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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 18 June 1869

CountjrclMlj ; ' The Lost Leader. Just for a handful ef silvw be leftus, JuM for a ribbon -J 7re ft as Found tbe one pft of j"0tc . Th,y. .th little allowed. So much M t hi, wrrice; WetKbt.loTeahio .ftUoel him. ban- ored biiB. . . r.veJ in his mUd and magnificent eve: ! I,MrMdhw great language, caught l1- j atf' ,. . J- Mle him our pattern to lire and to die. j i,kfrrt was of 01, Milton was for un Bums Shelley, nee with us toy "itch from their graves, Ho alone breaks from the van and the freemen, He alone finks to the rear and the lae Ho shall march prospering w through his presence ; , , Pongs may inspirit as not from bis lyre ; Heeds will be done while ke boasth his quies cence. St.l! I nl ling crouch whom the rest liajc as- j ire . I",. t nut his nunc, then record one lost soul ri're. i nr t u-k more declined, one more footpath an- i in.l, I i ine more triumph for derilg, and sorrow for anfrel", ( ine wrung more to man, one more insult to God' Lifi f nifbt liegina ; let him new c...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 18 June 1869

01 he jfAm gresfi. BURLINGTON. FRIDAT, JUNE 18, 1S09. G. 0. BENEDICT. Eimon. TIIK WUKKLT FHEi: l'UES la published eve ry Friday morning by THE FREE PRESS ASSOCIATION follrpr M., Tturliiigton, VI. TERMS : Two Dollars a Year in Advance. Tec WctkLT Fart miss contains every we. the Utett Dew, Local and State Newi, Correspond ence, Editorials, choice (elected MlaMnvay, Ul". slctcbes, poetry. Ac Market Report New York and Boston Stock and General Markets, CambrM Cattle Market; St. Albans Butter Market. c, ar ticles on Agricultural Uplee, and every talcs Roing to make op a valuiblb ranlLT pater. It Is print ed .n a Urje ateolamn sheet, and eonlaUH more reading matter than any paper In this part of the country. CLUB RATES. lr $3 cash we will send tie Fan run and the IUremMe Magazine or Oar Tonic Folks, one 3 ear. For tUO eath, we well send the Fkee Teem and The Country Gentleman, one year. 1'or 1 L50 eah, we will sead the Fbee rRVBS and rutnam! Monthly, or the Atlantic Monthly, tr the Galax...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 18 June 1869

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 18, 18G0. VERMONT XBWS. ADPI"S CVtlTT- 'J . t . Arlt M V ! vk or newi -- 1 " 1 .i.. rulrnc vriae tor , nmr.'l. Egg b"0 1 ." , , , ' -l,'erof Samuel dara, f ' ' ,. -.eir- wa- poisoned latlni.i . 7i -t " The mother Uin? jl-'-at. " i mamrl front echool tshe eDt 'tl ir. ,., I j.k. UplMt' "f X" , , m, r that na.1 ln spjinUed w.tli jr l!,,r,: ThechiWdkd in a b . . .t.i tlif POIS til. ', Li and MkWi Mack, of Sew Haten h .tc ei MiJdlebury jH for Etea'uig i t.. ,' W. r in mii'inery and &ncy , n ,i-,amM I .nd lodged in Id. til Mfii-Jay i ei -' 'r '"- , i- , S v i-it'ences. ' v-'. were t . 1 k 1 1 1 ury l-1 i (.oiit-Uli'-e r'itts la.t K .k i- loupht b i v iii I hyunl m in tv - r i in" . .Iu-iice t, 1 ii:4 i up ii. the ( f t i'1. 1 -iii were . . li-'iir with ; u nn stiiirs, on 'i tinvd terc in ; imi was cut in her i'lv 'iruiici ond Up .it JIU'IM JUT, of lri-t4Jl. Indcf-t: a '.fly f ' M.jilei.un, M . W - i, . . 1 ilL A w hei l 1 1 . .iW M...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 18 June 1869

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRJJMY MORNING, ' JUNE 18, I860. AGIUCULTt'KAI. 1 ITI Kit'. Iiy oar Agricultural EdiUr. Get (he Bct. This aplorism has become o common as to haTe lost much if its force, jet with the possi ble exception cf " Book tt John' there is none that fanners as a class so much need, to haTe tounJeJ in their ears with a ding-dong that cannot fail to secure attention and presented to their iew in letters of daxiling brilliancy. In the wHctioi. of needs, implements, animal, and in shrt everything that they have to do with, the Iwrt is none too good, and as a rule, the cheapen in the end. We every day ne erideoee of this fiet ; and we also tee ,tbe most astouwiing evidence cf indifference on the eub jt. Thee thoughts were suggested by seeing a nun buy a fecond hand mowing machine, and one, too, that the manufacturer had himself conJemned.as is evidenced by the circumstance of hU having abandoned its manufacture in fivor of another machine. We do not mean to be un ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 25 June 1869

4 Tair Htlce. wish I were whew IMm lies; N .prht and day on me she crke. 0 tb.it 1 were where Heteo B On fiir Kiroonndl Lee ' rr4 1 tl,e heart that 'f'' And currt the hasd ttat f.rl the A WhinmTWdI,:te,d1' AuJ died t,i KWr , i .i.;.,t n re my heart wte sair, WVddowdn.en- T1.r(. did !. "woon wi nwklc care, i in fir Kircjnnell Lee. . I went down the water aide, y no I ut in loe to be my guide , r.otutnirfoetobemy guide, i ii fur Airconncll 1 ; '(il 3-iwn my pword to draw ; I 'i i iii h,r.i in pieces sma I nki-1 lnm in piece, ema F r V-r Nike that died ftr me- 0 IMen fair, lTonJ compare, 1 ii make a jrirland f thy hair, i-hM bind my lieart forerer mair, i util tlie day I die. . lhit I tre where Elelen lies ! N jlit and iIit in mc she cries ; i . f n,j M 'Ue bids me rise -a . ' Haste and come to me !" .Ii'cn fair ' ( Helen chaste! , I wire with thee I were blest, " litre thoo lies low and takes thy rest, ' in lair KirconneU Lee. 1 w imi my prave were growing green, win hnjt sheet drawn ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 25 June 1869

THE -w- -er-a. a -w T r y-N. T-fc -VT T T T TT XT TT BDELINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, i-j.-tJ.UAJC .uuhxinvj, " j-ouy. BDRLINliTON. FKIDAT. JUNE 25. JSC9. G. 0. BENEDICT. Editoi. TIIC 1VEEKL.V TREE PRESS Ii pnMi.Wl every Friday morning bT ThE FREE PRESS ASSOCIATION ClLge nurlliiglon, Vt. TEEMS : Two Dollar a Year in Advance Tnz Weexxv Free 1'k t ,. s contain, every weak me latest news, Ieal lad State New., Compos Bditoriala, ehofee seksetod diteeUur, tales. sketeais. poetry. So Muk Report.. ew Yotl ai Imh -ook aad 0 merit Market Caartridxe Cattle .Market St. Albw Bettor Market, tt.; ar- tWH Anioultaral topics and evsrj Ui la? riE totawkeayaVALcaaLar.iiiJ-rrArEe. Itlsprist 4 oa a 1ait xoiloma sheet am contain, more - tnr;Taattta then any paper In this part of CUTE JUTES. Far ! Saab we will ad the farr Paras and tin Mraskto afagazme or Onr Tonxc Folks, one year. For EXSO ease, we 11 Mod the Fan Pkess and sr ItSSeaaa, we will ssau tin FUe Paxss and rwpaaa.'. Monthly, or the Atlantic Monthl...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 25 June 1869

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 25, 18G0. VERMONT NE"Vu ADDtSOX COCSTT. H G. Judd, Esq , fwjrtriy of Veroe-, Is now Clerk of Court ami Iteg-ster of Deeds la Ueanfort Co , S. C. Yew heavy freight trains are now running over the U-mm Spriofrs rmUn3, Using the ro Vntr Mock of the company to the ntmoBt II v tlio -preadmg of the rails, three passen Cl r 74r-, u n-Ier and bag-rae car were thrown l in die track the other day in Pownal, and r ,'.--1 er i-n the nide. No passengers were sp- iiij'ired, lutagood many bruied. One ,h li.d her hair caught back of a seat add t .uii pullc-i cut to make a good-sized water- nt indignation wis arr ued the other dvr i j the good people of ttoodfor-d, by the re- titnat a dead infant had been four, i in the r. M-wed up in a sack. Before going to ex- , however, with tne snpposea guilty one. In rnfied pe pie concluded to open tht- sack, they fuJnd a skinned muthrat, which had t vwed up and left for bait on the river ( WA DO MA tOCWTT. ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 25 June 1869

Br our Asi iesdlaial Better. Aattrrn Fari. SoTr&oun, II. We Dae & trip up the be tlful I Boe VsMej 1 Jlerristevra anil thence to Stone, last -wets. LeaT the Sue cf the Tcnat Cen tral Raihoaa at Gwrp, wa tallowed wry -j up the original line of tbe Tjn, Valley )laaad to Hyde Park; asd as we looked .round uiou tin beautiful firm, that dirt the j i,0,it ramt bous- on a novel principle at Xew i alley, or lie within it, and consider that many j Hampton. Tbe houses are of a chief-order de mare rou v ta at end t a. I npned fcr laborers. He compieaea straw into mare eqau.yrai.ae and aiTitmg hc- h -, h, aolntioo of mt, to render wre seated upe.n n noble tribntariei. - 1 ,. , fi prunf. coats die two ridce with a kind Mtnavwarmt trc (L-tTprL- i.z c zc-- tbe s't l.a rem. : Ufi.re .,, i. ir in. iti of asoar jnc rai-ruai en.' -it v it -t witr tlit uatsifc world. Pomier,.u 1.1 1 ! ti r .- 'iw-t-of Ike fcraa, tbe dairy, or the fro- on tbe r rmf t At neO.-oad station. ' Oor? a .r Wat- iwary. ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 2 July 1869

bounty Clerk I 68 A Short Story. By the siJe of a murmuring etream. An eMtrly geatteaaan sat ; On the top of hit haul was bL wig. And a-top of his wig ls The wind it blew high and W " As the elderlv peutteman at ; Ai it tore from Hi bead " f.,r' And plunged in the mcr. hta hit. The rentlonan then took his eane h.ch Uy jr Je." An3ldninwrhi.wif Ia npung to get out hi. hat His breat il grew coM with despair. And fall in bis eye sadness sat ; go be flung in the river his cane. To swim with his wig and his hat. A IJIerarj Curio&y. . tt,. ;- U the following ingemoo, cnmpou the .n- itial capital letters spell - My boa. is the glori ed cause of Christ" The words in ttatirt, when read oa the left side from top to bvttoni, tad on the rujht side from bottom to too, furra the Lord's l'rayer, complete : Hike knuwn the Gospel truth, our Father King iel.i up thy grace, dear Father from abe, BU-B ua with hearts uhirh feelingly can sti-g, ur life th-iu art for rr, God of boie " s."aupe oui griff...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 2 July 1869

rhf -ire? jgrcss. llUatlKOTOX. FRIDAY. JULY 2, 1869. 0. C. BENEDICT. Ewtoe. inn wskki.v kki::: i-ukss Js pmbikboJ every Friday morning by run free pkess association. CUZ M-, Ilil.liMSI.ii. VI. Tuo llollai- n Yenr iu Advance. Tub Wbcklt Fan Psfti eoataisa rrtsry -wk, Uie latwt aewK, Local sad Gtst Xcwf. CorrespoiKi ence, Kd!triAl. eh4oe Mimc Uh. k-'dna, poetfT. a Market Eepote. hew IV k . .i ii.au .v . u.rtr.t-u. ramhrkl arketi St, A1W Iiaur M.tket. c., ar ti.-l Arleattlirltiie.ale'M Ihlnipilag 1 ,iukaTiLfiai.lr.iil.rrir.li. Itnerw .! oa tars 3&olanui aheeLawl eonlaim more r a ling M.lUr than any paper intliif prt of the r uutrr. . CIXB BATES. F.rflOMhw. wUl send tLe Fan PaiMand the Kfottitaa alagaxise or Our Ynonr folk, one 1331 aA, we well tend the Fr 1 I'm s, and The Coun-r C-l'ni an, in l . r T..r I r a For P B w . .ml the liiir Turs anl .' t 1 . . r Uie At . ' : u-n'.v , i r . the Fan i I' 1 .i-i i Har - i r II.ir.er'B V I. . Ujrj ere :.: par 1 ci . : t. in r tbUU' .- i:-i J...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 2 July 1869

41 THE BURLINGTON, YT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 2, 18G0. ucr il m ChUtrliJen coantj, as be has c lings of V l-woratiou llaj.'" " . ,i- rep,.rtl by him in the columns of i iiiul Patriot U.msKn.'tolWfd by Mr. T. 11. Mo--. .f nicbiounl. wh,sp,A..- fcr some tin , .nj one c, ukl .hat w dmuig t Im .11, ... ..If un the M . ',.., l,.r.i.-.r,.r.nitra to any of its i ' , lr-ni 111-le wr F"J SATTSDAY FCBEMK. Anthem by the clioir. UfaJioR ot a selection from the Bible by the President Prayer was offered by CuL J. B. Mead. lliscossion followi'l m " The relation of woman to our ockor4t,and their management." Mr. Leatenvorth instanced a case wlLC'iearne under bis notice in toe Sooth, where a wninn bad done a work of lore in buddii g op ai.l teaching a school. VK II MO XT XEWS. AUUISO.. COUNTY. The sales of bolter in the Verge nnes in irkct on the l'Jib, were ail tubs, weighing 17,715 pounds. Tlie ruling price was 32 cents per pound The sales of cheese were 3,075 potinJs, at from 17 to IS ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 2 July 1869

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MUKflijUJiui IOUU. Trcrcih. The sun was wttin' lile a hen .Upon his western Lett, Awl iflie wasn't puny red. Why, tbtnf raay I be Uc-t Young Soijule Pd oil Pod;es son s look in at ike sty, Vhw from tiie cow yarvl back of him There oaaae a female cry. Upon tbe boson of a fenee ndiaiei Jeruahew Dow, VkQe at ber com, with hidgus rear, A raaparagoous cow. Oil. Uws a massy ! help toe, Sam !" Jernshy did ciciuro : Aj1 SiayoJe drawetl his jek-Vmfe forth. And then put back the same. 3wit neH,' he stiri, courageously, Jat bold tne critterV tans. Or tk-e when I cum up kbe'll be A iraAtki on my corns ! SI e qukUy ratal her gr&tiehuI, Wbtn swill tbe Tarnint ttoopn Axrl iu a aoaatfit hl Mm Pow A Laagiu' by ber hoops. Thv SamyaleV latent dander rii. And with a tearful frown He ftut& a heavy extern p"le And knocked tbe old cow dawn. Tbe eonkerin' hero dropped bis pole. And Hew to where w Vow . Stood .Veata op agio the ftaoe, A yrllia at the cow. Set ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 9 July 1869

VL rrtaccM and Vze. r. mcr h. uooro: Spring in France is sonny nJ Mr. Spring's sweet odcrs enchant the air Into the Lout re's casement wide l'uureth the sunshine's golden tide. Princess Marguerite stidelh. there, Jeweled dsises amid her hair. Che dances down and whispers low. II ho is that page that waits below ?" Von handsome youth with joyous air, v. ith broad white brow and shining hatr." The page looks np his eager glance lusts on the fairest face in France. Glance answers glance with meaning sweet, Fair page fair l'rincess Marguerite. The summer's scented zephyrs glide Into the Louvre's casement wide. Summer's sunshine in golden abersi . Uhnimer, around Queen Catharine. 0 " W hat hadsome page," she matters low, " Is he that waiteth now below?' 1 he vtlvot cap that crowns bis curls 1. c. i -p 1 with a daisy wr ought of pearl l.n niht he sang an old song sweet, ' Si uouee, si douce, est la Marguerite.' " " I Liar and heed; so bare a care, M . handsome page my daughter fair "' The...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 9 July 1869

s. 'I I i IS Hi' i It HUnLIXUTO.W FHIDAY. JULY 9, 1809. 0 '. BKXKDICT. Editor. Till: WKKM.T FI1EE I'UKSS It piljlUtied .very Fridat morning bt THE FREE PRESS ASSOCIATION, CjIIi;;. M., Itnitinlnn, VI. Two Dollxre Year in Adruurt-. Trk Wecklt Free tnib cotiUlm every week, ths lttet hwk, Lucal and SUte New, Correspond ence, i-iblsiiils, choice holtcted Mkrellvnr. tales, tketebvs, poetry. Ac. Market Kepcit. ew York asd Morton Mock and General Markets. Cambride. Cattle Warltt; M, Allans Isatter .Market, tc. ar ticle! in Ajrtealturiltopkai.iodeTerj'Uiin-tuiiie loinakeupa v tLCABLE ramLTraPEn. Itif print ed on a lance 3&-calamD abeet. ana contains aaore riadiag matter than aoy taper in CU part of the o&untry. CIXB RATES. Fer ilcadi we wffl Mad the Fans Pans ani tbe WrersMe Majaitoe or Our Youre Folks, one yWt . . . v . ... r p.rM m-A Tlie Country Oentleman. one rear. For IIJjOoAsfc, e will eend tae Fbkc rE and rutnan'i loathly, or the AUantie Monthly, cr the Galaxy, one year. Fer $...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 9 July 1869

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY O, 1860. ItllU.lXfiTOX AXI) V1CISITT. Ihc " Fourth," though ray generally b M ve-1 a i holi.lay, on Monday, " cele brated" in an mmsuaHv quiet nunuer in this city, there being no attractions whatever of a public nilure. A Urge number of our country covins came io to see the right, and after per an.t.uHtin? :at our streets, swapping hones. i.ing some necessary trading, aeparted lor j .. c ..t an carlj hour, so that by nine o'clock ' . 1 . , . th cvenaig the streets were as dewrted as ; v u-ualir are at that hour. A goodly nom- , ' f ur 'citiiens availed themselves of the op- j nuni'y to join in the excursion to Ticomlero- tiJ had a pleasant and enjoyable ride, while ! i -, who could hire or borrow horses and car- ! ;cs, sought some of the numerous pleasant i about our city, and thus whOed away the . In the afternoon, the number of visitors I tt n wil- -.wclle-l by the arrival of an exeur I...U1 Whitehall, on the steamer Stark. u'n...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 9 July 1869

THE BURLINGTON. VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 9, 18G9. Faithless IV c swung at anchor, where the wate Snowed greit sea-banners fir below; The waters ripnlal up to lave Her band, th it with its bracelet's glow Hung toying with the trembling tide, That joved to his go fair a wrist; In the lira distance wa--tc ami wide. The white sails1 glimmerM through the mis!. There was a silence on the sen, A t-i!enee that 1 would nut break : ?o sweet that e'en it soeifiol to me To float, and for my 1-idy'e sake To weave roy fancied into rhyme, That she would praise some happy day , For then no fateful after-time Had oome to sweep my dreams away. "Twere well it bad been bat a dream. Awl yet I trusted in her truth : Her soft eyes bad an evil gleam That slew mo, and she knew DO rath; And still the while sails pass the shore, And melt into the purple air; Hat she will watch them never more, As filth tees as her face was fair. licral Snmntrr Pirturf. The highway ran beside a greenwood keep Tint...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 16 July 1869

Tbt DMiic Eretled n .it.;.:!. T.UMLtTFD FSt' THE TTTLG. OF 1L CO50X. i io.u tV mansiuu reared by ( tal Jack. ihe malt stored in many a p elcll the pnu I c.rque of Ivan's bit . i .rk how the rats' felonious fang- le n goldei Moio n John's pavillion . -.m-a v. .th velvet ft end Tarquin strips - ..-a r.,i.inlkin " quarry glides. tviILu gruu. that slew the fierce rricnt. i, ,... t..Mi insidious Johann a sackcloth rent: ,1 iw tli deep mouthed canine foe's asssalt, tcici i the veujpr of the stolen malt. - tt-i it: the hallowed precincts of tint bil , in., coop'ete at Jackscreative c Jl. : o ilk- tbe impetuous cow tb aumpted ho.-n, leie n the exfteetrtiating hound was torn, A h hyI tbe feline sUn'L er-beist thv dew i he iHr pu-daoeous, whoc keen fangs ran tin ugh Hie texde fi -res that invilrel the grim, tVbi- h lay in Haas inviolate domain. Here w Iks f irlorn the darne l crowned with roe, Ivtiferou. -poils from vaccine dugs who drew, 'If that eotn-culite beast whos tortuous bora T. o.i t...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 16 July 1869

4 1 (i 0 . V! i i THE BURLINGTON. VT., FREE PRESS, F R I DAY M OBNI N G, J ULY 1 (5 c JJrce firess. U;'JN -T"S. FRIDAY. JL'LT 16, 1669. U. BENEDICT. Editor. iiik vki:ki.v rum: imikss ..hliatort ewj JYMay MOrnfnc by THE FREE l'RESS ASSOCIATION, . '.. llurlitisKm. vt. Tuu ItllMrp a Ynr hi Advanr. -.a flTcckLT Facx Pans ooataiai every ..-ex. tlit lau tw, local and State Kwa, Cirrtpt"1-ue- -titaUI,ehaioB aelceud ViaoeUvi), uUe, Jr-K-W, psetrr. 4c Market Repo t. Vork sod UoMun Btoek anl Oeneral Market". CamMo. Uatile - arket; St, A ban Batter Market, ar tfcla n i-rloaltoral topk. aixl wrery thin? sag toiaateKpa viLCisur H print ed m laro steolama atHwCaad oomaics r,,.,re readlog natter than any paper io Cil part of the us, arid the upinion Chat the fftxl character "f the State will i-uffer by change Ui a iniJor and les esp n-ive mt-ie 'f ' m Other and wei-litr reasons lur abolishing j the irtKisiun for a Council of tensors hate been urged Iiweti.fbre and mtil not lie re- panted here. It ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 16 July 1869

THE BURLINGTON, VT.. FREE PRfcsS, FRIDAY MORNING, JUL? 10, 18G9. KUMGIOUS INTKLLWESCS. narnsT. . received to fclk,v.rtaP tr, Baptist church in Windsor, on tbe 4th mst, , "..v. .1. K. Chase vrrites from er-hin , t t.. i ,'t "th : " We hid acotner precu." --i t ii.n yetordy. n ,i'.lv July -1th. the church at Un.ttle ,ro" m-e'ved' 1 -' VlditioM to its membership. ( n(lw m-tor, tvev. a-. -."""' ile-is-tic" council convene vim i ii.t.t ch'irch in IUnenDUrg, lo nurwrr i - - i x- mi t : ..... ... 1 n.-.L. l..,, i tl,i ..I u iti'.irate oi iuc uwi ... .. !..' lsf.'i The examination i en.' t' i . 'rfull iatisfaction, the councn votui to..r K h , n which it did on the day following nilltspsra, i., mmvm urn, - ... .l.lllon.l renovated. n dedicat-I it e . I?Uh1 anJ renovated, wm? de-lict Pllojud renovated, v de-l.ct"l u ite hip ot OoO, iUuay, Juiy r. !Ipv. Horace Fletcher writ Horace Fletcher write- t-.tn- u i.ffff.i , it,f1fr1a,. tram Tovnoltend. umitr -lat ' , "th, :i f..llt.w-: Mt w my j-riil...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 16 July 1869

THE iiU ttLfNTrTOX, VT., FREE PH ESS, FRIDAY MO K XING, JULY 10. 100. Two rittitrcf. I. LOOKING OUT. )laey aul warn the fire light folia, la Uj rich matTs home, to-oijAt, On thr p ctures baiipoj; gainst the wall. And the efaiirfren'b tar. bright. Tbe hac jnrted the curtain's cnmeon fekfc Away from the wiuiaw high. Ami their rjea look out &t the nturiing snow, And the dull inA ftonny fcy. Their dainty garments are rich an, lire. Thvir feces are four to see. And the ffoMea gleam of their shinin bir Is bright aa a crown might he; And many a stranger &tops to smilf At the pictcre, warm nod bright. The beaatifol chiktren, looking out On the dark and stormy night n. LQ0KISG IX. With Uttered garmcau, and faces thin. Abroad in the bitter cold, The poor man's children are looking in Through the carotin's crimson fold. The bknk wind tosses their rags in scorn. Their ftet are aching and bare, While they gaseat the beantj and light within. And the children's feces fair. I think, as I ha...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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