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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 23 July 1869

To a Staturtlr. . mlo marble llargnerite, ! i i to the hand that wrought 5- u ' - in 1 hippy in that hour most sw cot . h t .ar daisies dropping-at yiur (Vet. I'urV, white maiden: you shall niv-or 1 iv v" L-ive's bitter changes anil it- w. 1. who carved you gave taioaiM'J ' . Ml its innocence and shy w. rt tru-t. ud to hull, vuur raiist, aU manly frracv i to . tu. OrJv love ab.d.ng.tr and 111-t Bond.- above you and forever must. I ,,r, my ela.lnesB,-loiig as marble list ,-,ut -hall stand beside you. Marguerite. Ii,..tn.ug arm around you. L'fe upci-t. ..,i,"v 11 dim foreliuding from our past", lii'.-h' ng futures-, but your rtory, f, h re in marble, incomplete. ui i that I like you might put aside. . me sari endings of oorae dreams too dear, 1 lramg back to one rapt pventide w 1 a my lore all change and fate defied, Vt uuld that we to marble fine and clear !i , 1 lieen changed that evening, standing here. forever true, forever mine, .t- woul 1 keep me in his heart of hearts, iv- wuul...

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. — 23 July 1869

( TI-IE RURLINGTOX. VT. FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY -J3, 1800. lit BUilLIXGTOX. IT.IIIAV. JULY 2S, 1869. G. J. BENTJHCT. Emtur. rilK VVKKKI.V FKKi: I'UOs I pcblished verf Friday moraine: by TIIE FKKi: I'KESS ASSOCIATION, C.iU.jrr S(.. ltnrliiisf (mi, Vt. lanu, wnu ner garuen pucu. itiuiirei. w ...... - -- with factories, lias tor Society for the Encour agement of Domestic Industry," ttikh holds monthly meetings at its rooms in l'roidcnce. and special meetings in other parts of the State. The method, or rather want of method in lEBMfi T lo1lnr a Vrnr in Advance. Tbc Wtexu Fuze Pans contain, every wk. tke latest new. Local and State Ne, forretipoiKl earn, KdiMrub, choice eakeled Miscellany, talt", ketrbra, yoetrk. ie. Market Report-. ew Y-rk and Boston tuxl and General Markets. CambrUise O.Ule Karket, fat, Albans Batter Market. ac.. ar ticle! tn Agricultural topic-, and every thing going to make up a AuAai.E t amily parcn. It It print d on a larire M-eiJman sheet, and contains mo...

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. — 23 July 1869

THE,?IjINGTON'-.Vrr:' FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, " . . - . ' . ,-i . . ir i v u it.-. .11.. r .... . . ... .r.v anil on Cndar in of John Uatlord. of tne inanam i ounry ; j. , vnu .....,., i aris t.u; Holland .j3; and a.iiw,.inn.i ..j ' Tiuf UM'1 UI, A i - same place, had his col arU-iiP broken by being t Caledonia County. England 19 objects for exhibition, while Anicri- me' f.r India 'MriMONROTBLICATrRs.:oJRAD ru-i o.er by a team. - - - Sweden, Denmark and M-tssi.. eadi eri K '. "m.c. lor , 11 uxi li-.uC m North ll-'r on the I th ay-f Hannah Barton died in Uarton. Jane 21t, IIctteb. The ruling price for butter m the wai pwiarw. J.t,i,ailiolSa.invf. the f r pel 8S years; and Mrs. Charlotte Cuslunan, in L Albans market on Tueadar was cnN rr ..- . Pak' affi"ns that J uat 11 ' c mrt officer- fr Hie hwiu5 . .. ! "fh. M.-"n.W a- mf! fca .iukH exp.eut 1 i.rooei Kor CummHto". 1 l'"!1 in. ulLU CTinrm.n. July 9th, l. diaw.wt Ke It Mtte VKKMO.NT NKHS. .i.irisos co. m. ... , . -waimoof liettbr...

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. — 23 July 1869

A Tropical Jlorn'n: at Srsi. Sly in its rtill, fsr splendor Viftel Higher than cloud ai be; Air ith no breath of earth to slain it. Van on the perfect sea. Flashinpi- or is it the linewood'a wfctapars TT ikhL. of hrnnk IHiiecn. Laughter of wind when titty finsi Ike Iiroshinr: asta the pn-enT Warn that dip, and dah, ami sparkle; lotm-nreatb elippiag by. Soft as a scow of broken roses Afloat owr mirrored sky. Off to the East the steady son -track GoUen meshes fill Webs of fire, that hue ami usgfe, - Xerer a moment stilL Liqnil palms bat ehtp tpftihVr; Fountains, aower-Uke. grow limpid hAU, on stems of saleer Out cf a sloje of snow. Eel-depths, blue as the bin of violets Illne as a rammer skyt When too blink at its arch sprung orer Where in the grass yon lie. Dimly ar. orange bit of rainbow Horns where the low West dear?. Broken in air, like a passionate promise Born of a moment's tears. Thinned to amber, rimmed with silver. Clouds in the distanoe dwell, Clouds that are cool, for all t...

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. — 30 July 1869

elect SJUsccllattg. Oar country, marvel ot the en th 1 0 realm to sudden Kreatness grown ' The age that gloried in thy bii m. Shall it behold thee overgrown ? Shall traitors lay that greatness low So, laud U Hope and Blessing, $o ! And we who wear thy glorious name, iStnll we like cravens stand apart. When thoe whom thorn has trusted aim Ik- death-blow at thy g-nierous heart Forth the battle-cry, n-id lo ' U ists rise in harness, shou'.ug. 1 Anl they who founded, tn our la d, The power tnat rolls fiom set to fe-1. Bleed they in Tata, or on'v p' nned To leave their country gre iT iree? The.r sleeping ashes, from ben , Send up the torilhng murm ir, V ' Knit they the gentle t.e. V h l-uj The; sister States wtic pro'i i b wei. And forged the kindly link-- so st oug For idle hmds in sport to Tetr, For scrutul hands aside to throw ? No, by c-r lathers' memory, So" Our humrab.g miMs, Aar iron wtys, 1 Ju- n. i-t'wwe I wV1sm mounu'u -i t The hot-e Adaattiwisu it- Oiy-.. 1 ti ' im, Au-I Mi-Vr...

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. — 30 July 1869

I ! Hi t P t TIIE BURLINGTON. VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY HORN I N G, r he Jjrcc gross. BURLLVGTO.V. FRIDAY. JULY W, 1S6!. Thr lri-li (Iiurrli ir.ll at Iswrnritter. Whoever lwo taken the trouble to watch tlic tirogrcts of the Irish Church Bill, from its first introduction by -Mr. Gladstone in the we want at four jer cent., or certainly at four and a half per cent. G. G. BENEDICT. Emroa. j House of Commoiu tJ it ri-cnt rt.gc of A youn; THK WEEK LI- FREE PRESS Is paMiahetl every FrMay roornin; by THE FREE PRESS ASSOCIATION. Collrsr St., Itiirlingtoii, VI, TERMS. Two Dollars n War in Advance. The IVEiskLr Fate Tros contains every wee, the litest news. Local and btate News, I'orreetionct oce. Editorials, choieo selected SlLacellany, tale., sketches, poetry, ic. Market Rcpott ew York eail Boston btV and General Markets. Cambridge Cattle ktaiket, St, Albaas Butter Market, ic.. ar tlelet Hi Agricultural topics and every thine Ruin- to make up a VAurvet.Eraan.rrai'-UL It is priot- vsd on a lars...

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. — 30 July 1869

f cninicnrrLncn'.. r-o;rimuicof the Eztrcittt Connected trill the Sirly-l'iftk Cottmtnctucni of the Univeruty i Vermont and Stale .lont'ltnral College, In? lit, ."be public exercises will beheld t the folltge et church. ' Srao.iT, Jro. !. 1 P. M. Kicealaureate Discourse, by the rre. j - 1.0 p. M. Anniversary ot oocwy tor -Kius Inquiry. Address tT tier, "iluax r. wrkfs.I D.. of lkettn Tbeologieal Seminary. Ti-eidat. Acq. to. - . M. Examination jr almiion to the i :eiiiy, at College liooms. "' V.' Tn iiMMtinS f tht Phi , iTii a at Institute llau. P. M Celebration of Ike Phi Beta Kappa. . ,ion by Prof. J. Lewis Van. or Drown - r M. Cmmenoemenl Concert. WEDSBoay, Aco. Im. , .. m 2 f , - , ' Chapel A. M. Alumni will move in procession the University to tbe Church. l-'J A.M. Annual Celebration of Alum option by Wisslow C. Watsos. Jr., of ille, N V Poem by Puv. George J. f liumUrton, K II., at tbe clow of which ccur tbe Kennion and Dinner, at the occur tbe Keumon and Dinner, at the i -nil ...

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. — 30 July 1869

1 i I: $liscrllanrr. Tlir W'tmti lariflr Sit r-Iorillj; Vrtf In a Storm. Wc fi&J in the Montpetter I! a-Aa, the f llo irj de-tptioo cf ft recent experience cf Got. fm'-tfe's eiplorir expeiitioD, in a storm at night, given by Her. Dr. IjOtvI in a letter to his family. The spectacle, Fa cx-Coogresamaa Wood bridge d.d ut-t t ike op hi bed and walk, but lis taken ap in it ami emptied ( to hU U.U eotleiguf, with the Governor rusuiug roand in IndUDOastatne, and Dr. Thayer in ghostly garb, the expedition generally scudding under bare poles, and flags of distress flying at half mast, nrest have been, an interesting one. if it could haw been fit np with a calcium light Bat we can ten it aQ m Dr. Lord's graphic descrip tion. He dates H Cahp Deutct, July 10, 1869. IVe reached St Cloud yesterday by special train. Tbt citizens, with the Mayor at their head, accompanied by the band, escorted us to the hotel, where dinner, speeches and songs were served out to as in the greatest variety and pr...

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. — 6 August 1869

The Rose- Ike Cloud, and ihr eiriMr. Hose of Darnascus rose of all Queen of the roses of the world 1 be only flower that ere his fall Adam thought fit to pluck for Eve, As once, she lay in slumber curio J, nd he, thongh half afrajd to speak, Said. " Lonely being, by your leave. Your husband gives you this and this;' j 'ien laid a rose upon her check A damask rose, and kiss. i he m before was not so red : I'ut Kve awoke. And such a blush, " her smile mingling, overspread 1!' r fj.ee, that instantly the flower 1 1 It through its reins new coloring rush, I i t erj petal showed the stain '. And so, in midsummer's best hour, ! u July 's most radiant morn, Hie .jueeii of all the rosy train, i'he damask rose, was born ! V In n e awoke and hand in hand They walked to where the strawberries grew, n oriole from an elm that fanned I I -e e.irht-t liners on the ruse L phu .1 , ami straight he caught its hoe : U wh tc and red to orange turned, 'I ien iii -ly bird his moment chose. An I MiMLhed i...

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. — 6 August 1869

aWaUalM THE BURLINGTON. VT., FREE PRESS, F Tl I D A Y M ORNI N ti, A UflUST 0, lHOQ. he 4ree Igress. BURUSGTO.V. rBIDAY, AUG. C, 1868. G. 3. BENEDICT. Ertro. THi: WKKKI.T f'KKri I'ltK-S li puMlahad every FriJiy morning by THE FREE PRESS A860.CI ATIOJI, CH&;e M., Ili.ritnct.u. Vi. mlS: Two Dollars n Yotir ia Advance. TrWkult Pbcc Puss contain every week, taa lata iKw.Lfial and State Kewa, Curmpuixi tawa. Editorial, ohofoe aaleeted afuawUiny, talf. tketefcea, poetry. Ac. Kackut Keporto; New fork aadBwtan Stock and Geasral Mark 4n Camlrri Cattle Market; St, Albaoe Batter M.rkot. c; r tlelef on Atoortaral topic. r.l ecj Oiinf ;oing to make ap YlixiKJ! riaiLr rirsR. Itifiirlut adorn large 36-colamn Fheet,aad contain more raelac matter than any paper lcfhi part r, COUtttlT CLCB RATES. Fort3aaa we will tend the Fuse Paras and the RinnMe Masaiiae or Oar Yvrms Folia, one rear. rart!3 eaah.weweU aend the FBI Pangs ana tie Coaotry Gentleman, one year. For4J0ea,we will end the Feei PRe- and...

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. — 6 August 1869

" I T: T.t V l-tTON. VT. FR EE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST G, 1809. rnin investigitori of the physical sciences and c -t im Jefender of rebelled truths a- they un i -find them. It were much to be desired that h nartv hud a larger -new of truth. especially t), troth which hi? opixml't hi- Mil lie 1. of the expounders of Scripture might will le more caufous in tne mwrp.ri.iv , ... , -,-e on which Ibev deem intaua'" .u,...-8- ,.,l,ly i,,tr.nclie1. wliue a.-...." - on- of -cience. On the other hand, onie of the . ' imi uf x-n nee wust 1 abated. S-.tne id its ,n, - l ate ti confidently claimed that tie ,.),, j. hv which it bus achieved its trmi.ip'is i, the .n'y valid methods to be un.l in 'Im--.-irch af'er any truth, and that the tests r eai- , i - are the only ones to he used in try'ilv ny i i th :.ea-t of ail are they justified in deny in? ii,. .ii-tence of our knowledre of any tru'h . h they cannot inspect with tbeir mict. -. ..i-, ! tele-cones and reaeents. So loo a- iu-u d -. tvv...

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. — 6 August 1869

Iter c rlM-a' a.ni 0brr Wrifllc-f. The Gcrorau AnWr ii a smooth or beardless red chafl w.a iuip.,ned from Gtxniaoy, where U is still large!) cultivated. It is also grown in nWlaaia- alone with alai-, c"t of rrt chaff naoMk irictwa, among whicl. i h-i- tt iMi-hcl it-lf for ripeauig early and for . ,:,.r ami li u l'. aeSS. It prol'iv. i:. 'lis country a rnliun .,ol bead CO it :: :tjr ibout forty grainy ani is clas--i auKii,r tSi best red chaff smooth wheats. Tte spike i ',::! 'Ct and generally square, erect, thctpex elini'v compressed, with a few short m at t!.. eilof the spike. The spil-elcts Itneral'v all fruit, the seed is ' -,ti-,v trauma' . m-ily aihl farinaceous; tut l- " ;l'-i" and the wheat highly prized for flour. Tin re are e.f al scVvarieties of this wheat difTcrvof fT l.ttle from the original, either as ripening or hardiness The German AbW makes larger spikes, and will yiell more seed to an acre. b toother re-poets differ s but hit. Wbenwdl matored it we.pta folly "'"J-" p...

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. — 13 August 1869

'.'i.gbji; the Bab;. 11 vt cany pounds does lie baby wtagi, 11 'by who came bat month ago? .1 i." rmy pounds from the crowning curl i ry point of the rutlcs- toe ' ".- riulatber ties tlie 'ke--c!ia.'f'- knot, r nderW tznMw the swinging wctrjht, i. i car. lully rvcr his glasses peer, Tu rea i the record, " only eight." -..ft r tin' eclw goes around; 1 i. in!..-.- laughs at the tiny girl. He fi.r .oiinjr mother sings tne words, v .i i p tudmuthi r vnoothes the gulden curl. nl p nr; above t-ie precicu thing. !, . i ku-s within a prayer, nun ring softly, 4t little on"1, in lfather did cot weigh you fj-r 1 lv weiglied the baby, sm Ie, r ih love that croe wit", the 1 . I j N '' ly weighed the thread of cure, i tn which a woman's life ! spun N index tells the mijrhty W3rth i M 1 ttie baby's quiet breath, fi unceasing uietronoiue, V a.t and fiitiiful unto death. ' o Trseyhtd the hiby ml, 1 t hen n earth no weight there I "! ml I; God only knows 1-v i , .u eternity. 1 - ht jKiui d tu h' M a ...

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. — 13 August 1869

ff 1 1 f i h 1 J J3. THE BURLINGTON. VT FKEU PRESS, FRIDAY "MORNING. AUGUST Vi. I nv br thr facen that 1 was dead ! Vrs : r had f.l!i n ou his bead nod been killed in--tautly. J .'hiV little girl wasnuw quite an . rphut. fr -he had ht her mother wine MtM Uf.ir She dearly luted tcr erring fit her, and. OHitrary to ibe rulc-t of the ouujany. he allowed her to uec rtujanj him in hit an, tnaking her hide herself when the tistn rt.pped, for fiwr hhe should te dk ojrvral. Kut leMdethi innoce.it little ootn temun, the unfortunate man carried "with him Himethin .ery difltrent, even that which at lime dejimod him of his rea-nin faculties. My inopportune vi-it to him, coupled with this brought abjut the catas trophe I liave described. He ueer fpoke after tving picked up. Hit little maid was dinMnolate, and how could I comfiirt her? My pupil.-, and flair o'clock hall aud other duties, and the prolnble rennmstrance of the ! m, trouWed me little then. Week- nnd . hf peered away. My day Vjj -urne...

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. — 13 August 1869

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 13. lto). i RI.IXliTOX AM) VICIXITV. Reported for the Krec rrm. MctcoroIoRlcnl Keeord. Probate (curl. CHITIESBrK CotNTY awl i'j Lnr.-TT.lil! Elevation al..v titla r r.'ct' a.e LA Ctiamplain -TT fwt j, L,FurTBWBK-li Til! i- nTH a0. ... .' r. (" "1 29.58 KW , , -1 1,1 MM S , ;-. 67 a.66 SW , , T4 2JU hW ;i M 73 293 8W , -,p T'. 6fi 29J S -I 71 , 25.53 SW 1 r- 71 65 29.4I S r r, 6. ' 39.69 i SK I 1 r. , Ci 29.81 I NW a r.H y p. m ' S T 8W S ' 8W , tW j 8 8W btV 8W sw .V ' MV suiters fctu- - temperature, 6B.S3. meter mean height, 29.6IS inches .-f -ain.c.7.! Ineh. . -owl many prople have ascribed the late 1 wei''ier to tlie eclipse ; hat hae f. trad - - when asked to explain how an a t f tint character could affect the weather i l.ir. -r of it occurrence. We find a more it 1 - explanation of the mnarkalilr c.ld ''i r f thif summer so far, on both si lee .' i antic, in the statement of the Italian : it Secihi who writes to the iion....

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. — 13 August 1869

Zhr Vhir 0. . The sha low cf some hun-ire-l jen Fall' on mansion faint and gray. Where I. with mingled hopes and feais, WhL-poml sweet secret in the cars Of one wlwn now I we through tears On.v (he other day. Ob, Mrpnrt ! cy Mrircaret ! A oft in rbjme I uvd to say; Girl with iheeje of violet ! How in the pine wood walks we met When enrly flowers with dew were wet 'lifM but the other day When panet fXSes were amethyst, We to the woodlands found our way. At eve oar eMers played at wlmt. Awl we, f eoun-e, were never tniGel When we tnie out, and talked and kied Only the other day. I weot across the. palt sea-Cnm V.eoormr-wlol ahfleaway -r rinl mw, Vienna, lloroe, Th Bridge cf Sight St. Peter's dooe, Ad then, with hunrv heart, came home Hy"steam tlte other day. M U-vige u married to an Karl ! A gouty one, I'm gla-l to ray;) Uer tmmm have the etf-i'itnr curl Thnrngh w-hod lip? yen - the pearl Ba J r'n w4 the little girl I wuoed tin- tber day. l.-tn;'- v'rpaiWa itiral Sloel. Ufcrdin. fdy T...

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. — 20 August 1869

til , . - r the ii in- i t 1, j i i in the tvh .n - . . work recently puhVhed u U v tne Ssboolmtotci , -h t hi-wile and three clmlnii . , , i t .uc expressive of hi- V iHr'ieneut he bsl ftp ' hi i f l'tu .deuce. 'iVo grea' my loss ' Mv God, im hcirt is deeply grisving M v wife n 1 n and daogbi " r I i u bat rem jved in ne ss 't year. lr x , ui-fuld, i 1 hcr' v i , , ...neth Thy en - ' ; jrci' ni loss! wil h lone ! i I I r i. 'i deper ati.Utdt? , t. ,i ivd t r me 1 yield t In- ! . i I .U-t 111 '1 Hshta . II ll-H, i -c of woe be run 1 wi! V done ! tt B j me meek ! mi 1 iti my bent so full of ?Alnct", i i i t ' i. nidation shine , w . .i I the work b tl. uc. t wet, thit-. I a! 'ne ls.il. - gladness. rue moek - "-i to falca- i v "(tal witli w rmwMod feedet, i.:u luu'e t j... 1 - .Iff Stt'i k' U) . .'i ith ; ') .ir; in iv ' t tn M-" f i eh.i.i i - t-.'ii a t i 1 i .. , r i)liiif' . 1, i nil) in !'' fi'bei t on ' ..-t n, - hii I: i m v Uicurniug ay ' srBrluern .Handlt. (.n.nn. X II,.tulyr...

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. — 20 August 1869

Sritp m Dress. - h a f,.w . -,-. r- -n--r t T-. A V TORM A VT. THE BURLINGTOV VT., FREti Kio, - - . BURLINGTON. FRIDAY. AUG. 20, 1669. G. BENEDICT. Editor. TUB WCGKLT Fit tin l'KS is paMuhvf every Friday morafughy THE FUEE PRESS ASSOCIATION, ('Jti;f -.. IluillMCtMti. VI. 1EKSS. Two Dollar n Year io Advance. The Weklt Fbee Psem ooatatm verr week, tli latest news. Local and Slate News, Carrwpm esee, EdttorUk, cbiee seketod Mlteeltenj-. tle tkeelws, poetry. Ac 5Ir Repute ew Y'-rfc aad SSma teck aad Gwml Mart faaahndzv Cattle MarkM, fit, Altaat fiattsr Market. Ac. ar ttafoc vm AcriocttefAl tnfitsi, aadevary tibiae U EU Hp TALTAKLK r A HILT PAPC8. U M pTMt- e4 Mk. saite W nslnn litf i and cantata m Twflas aawttir tt any paav tafhis part toe CCCB EATEE. Pcr2eM will and its Faca Pnasaaad the or taw Yuusc Fstts, cm were ruinous and absurd The verwgniy of a firtrn island, like Cuba, or of rgi) jirfiTiiice. lite No. a Scotia, has no aiowy value for us. Tin re are to public lands of mit extent...

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. — 20 August 1869

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 20, 18G9. n! IU,IGTO.V AND VICIXITV. r,nu e. WeddijiG is teawwrily, in the 1.- o aerae of" mortal scan, rre r"m , : I criainij it is rare that cne occurs markca i i.: ,,e plearont featnres than that with which . i worthy townsman. Hon. John X. lVmcroj, .1 his estimable wife, celebrated the comple l ,n if half a ceatnry of happy wedded life x , . p0ireroy were buth born in liar. , , , t j M'Hts houses being but a few r . - t- posite sides of l'earl street, - r three score year?, daring wl , t , , ' i- grown from a HUle settle- .it! it- i cut size, liaM- left to them not i ! s'itju 'ting degree of physical rigor and ' i ,1-! iUlirg, bat troops of friends, who .'turn grcat numbers on Thursday even- t i-ffer kiudly congratnUtions, Mr. Pome- n - i i i . . . . i maMinii resilience on udoeb urcri n , , . . . ,, .. , m- kg t.- m the shrubbery ; the paths . p. i iLc strict, au.l the arrange- ! t .iL.p'.i fr the delight at i iht bautiful...

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. — 20 August 1869

Select Jllisttllamj. !!- tlif) i .. When I wis vount- and tcnJer too, I b.a.1 to uiind and had to do Whverer mother bade me, She usi lo have a walnut stick Which kept me go the double-.iui.il.. And that im where she had mo. When eWer j-rewn. and quite a lieu Araoar, the girls, I used to know A Miss I'riseillri. Cadmj: And wit i the help of smiles and nets I fell in love at ittj rods. And there is where ahe had me. When I whs older, saj sixteen, I thou.-'it it time to hare a iianai. And iss-tl her if (he'd wad Me; Eke Mid the didn't muck object. Or wort to soar-thins; that effect, And there wet when- the bad me Bat whan, taamke the matter straight, I went Bp ta aentiate Attain whh CaUne' Cadrav. lie said lie didn't care to sell," He told me I might go tu well. And t'iat w ti where be had me. I drowned my sorrow in the cap Until I got my dander up (I couldn't have been madder); Wan she proposed that we be one la spite of pa the thing was dona, And that was where I had her. Two lovely ...

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