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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 27 August 1869

jstltct Iflisrrllaiiji. On tlie Sjre. Going away,'" I think you or 1 ' With never a word for me: 'loing away', and I turn my head In vain, for tie fun in the vest i dead All dead on the darkling tea. Why did he leare like this' God knows; Wean-, I think, of his love; He left me a kies and a new-pin deed rose. And I for the fancy's sake, I suppose Gave him my violet glove. The fhip sail over the seas, I know, lo far for a maiden's sight! The frhips sail on, the strong winds blow, nd some to the lands of the Orient go. And some to the starless night! I look, and over the waves afar Tbe white sails flicker and gleam, nd tbe ship rides gaily over the bar; Bjt tbe night is black with never a star. And my heart is ead with its dream. 1 Inly the dim of the sea's far strand. Only tbe dark I see; For he left me hereby the trodden sand, AVith only a rose in my little hand. And never a word for roe' VOL. XLIII. NEW SERIES, VOL. XVI. BURLINGTON, VT FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 27, 1860. NUMBER 0. ! ....

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. — 27 August 1869

nCilMSOTON. FRIDAY. AUG 27, C. . I! EX EDICT. EnirnR. lilt: WKKKLV "lli: l'KKS li pufctialiei! every Friday iMmlnl.y THE FREE PRESS ASSOCIATION, ciLce m., n... ..i.,.., Vv. Two Dollar a . itir in Advaurr. Tin TTmklt Fare Pa lb- etmUUu .very week, th latest nwi, Local wl fcUti ew, Carrwpow1 race. lidiMrials, choko k!r1 M!Uny, tsltt, .ketch-., poetry, ic. Harlot r.eK.ts. fe Vol I ami Hgrua Mock ana Cmnl MaitM Cmbrlils. Cattle Varkct. St, AI!an- tluH. Market. r twin, n Agricultural ti.pic. sin"! .very thin.: i: -'rj tomiVeopaVjm.BLtrAMlilPi"-"- 11 " V'"" td or. l.rre Ky.)..mn Il.-l ''" n"'re r.ato mat ttr tfi.n ar papi-r in li" Pr' ofthe CaQBU. CU.B ItATEo. F..r '.. u. .r,l f.e rK Pars, and the Hivr-,de Mapa-m- o- Y..ns Folks, ror cash, we U M1 u"! Fro! rBts ua Tie Country Ooetleman. re year. rorJoaU,e xr 11 acnJ the Fill Pmss and , IVtsamV JI .all.ly. "T the AtUut.e Monthly, or tketialaxy. atyM. Foe Iteaeh. e '! ""d ttLtz Pkm "id liar per f ll'intli Razt&r ..,.J,ll.,rder- t ' THE ...

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. — 27 August 1869

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 27, 18G0. VERMONT xnWS. ADD1SOS COtTSTT. , i .-ting of the dthensof Vergemu icalleJ M .r.d.y evening next, to see if tie city will e i.,ouey to farther carry out the water im euients now in progress there. .Ln..-s F. rainier, a lad rf 11 tly wa from Vergennea for u three rear. rra in the Reform School. urv . mith. mh esteemed citizen of niridi on Tuesday last r'l,,,. of Bristol, fell from a load of I ,' i, f-i. Btriking on hi back. ir8 cting ! ' -' wl.uk k ittcul . n i : i -Jay the 11th inst. at the age of euty ... Itaviuff a familT eonsisting of a wife anal , Having a lauu., in. irora me cwk.uv ...... - - - iirasutOTOK corKTT I i i ,re the nroorety of Alomo Gaee, of Ben- I , u .aTuriaS, was stolen , 'few i -K liennington powder work wh; -ii ran day 1 i. .lu Jar'ng the war on Goem:Jit cou t. haie eu dismantled and the machinery .-t. 'lhe excellent water power i for . u M rM?, .lr . died suddenly in Cenning- ' ... ' i r.om.nf:. ...

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. — 27 August 1869

THE BURLINGTON. VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING-, AU&UST 97. ,1860. " - z -- - r-- : i 71 Z, '. " 7. I vt-it.:- T5j- r .. 1 Venn! Tinfirr?!- I Unznranr ' an.,....a jH.5rrIl.mn. In an unputilifhnl d'teek MS of the 13th century, preserved in the library of the l.-ounal, spam, n. .Miller Has Uncovered a wry cartons ptsgc, calculated fc cat some light on the history of the chaw. A few J ear aii a singular account hail been re marked in a ebrunielc ol the lutdiile ages, to the 8ect that the Emperor Frederie 11. (1210) need to hunt with tame tm-itlicr-.. Now the M S. in question contains an t--ay entitled: The chnsc of the I'artrid -e mid Han written Lv a hishnn .if 1k;i:...-.. -.1:. .-...,,:. t,.tukn . ' ' ' Inr ,:n mr hmn .in intA'tiiil stwu-Km... T r.i.h..n lvin. -itr.rwl..l .'..J,,.! n hanBn--party, descrihes all the same .-tart- ed, the lawks and falcons unbonded and eent after it. the iljs on the Kent. Sc., and at length ear that the chase with bird hm- in; Mated, that with trai...

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. — 3 September 1869

sdcct 3HisrflIani. I Hrlnk (o Ther. ! ,1 i.k to thee, lovre, from thi cu . ti cud nd blushing wine; h t sparks in glittering crowi- ri- u.. l.riht as those eyes of thine. I drink to thee as to a queen. For tliou art Beauty's orn; ind every eharm that e-er was teen, Bird-Uke to thee baa flown. Wooll I could find .Ulyfilkd. Esci mom '"b r"faa" df w Or f rr-like I"1 bu0d Woere ikM are ever Uue; fd givi tbe lily unto thee. The palace should be toil, If thou wmtldst whreper uiuae 1 by gladow to be aiae, I'm waiting, love to hear thee speak. The wine-cup by toy rid.; I ee a bluh upon each cheek. As though a ue bad died. And left its faded Uauty there. That I mtpbt learn thy will; 1 know it ! "Rs thy love to Aire, Although thy Toioe K Mill ! How lui;t .mnk came to Jlarrv Jltrtliall. ar. A TBtr FKXTTT STORT. Mow did m cotae to marry Mr. Alar ,hall. Aunt Naaaie?" Mrs. Dannie Marrahall wasn't my aunt. hut I called ber so for yean, for she wae the kindest ana truest tnena 1 bad ever naa. She e...

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. — 3 September 1869

BURUNGTO.. FKIDAT, SEPr. 8, 1S69. G. 3. CEXEDICT. Editor. T1IK WKHKLV FliKE Is paVlb.'ietl every Friday loomta;; by THE FREE PRESS ASSOCIATION, Collf-cr St.. ititrllnglnn, VI. lERMi: Two Dollar a Year in Advance. 7 nr. "lYmaLT Yin Paras ooattias evrrr week, Ihe latast news, Loeal aad 8tat Newa, Cumspand eeM, Editorial., ehoiea Mltctod JIKoellanr, tales, lelehes, poetry, Ac. lar.t Report New Vork and Beaton Stool ani General MarvU. Cambridge Cattle Market; fct, Albans Batter Market, Ac; ar UeW! or. Atrienltural topics, and enar tita; coins t aae u p a vALL-aaxz ramrv rarsa. It U print ed an a larje Stmloma sheet, and eootaiat Bore realist matter than any paper in this part of the country. CLUB BATES. FerJ3eawe m send the r Paat,and tie River" "Jag-aine or Oar Tom: Folks, ote year. I ISO each, we well sen the Fmxx Fun and The Coantrv Gentleman, one year. For M-SOeaaa, wo will seat the Fan Pun and Futoaa'a Monthly, or the AUantie Monthly, or the Ualaiys one year. For Moaaa, wo will aea...

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. — 3 September 1869

m leMeueMK a II- la I THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 3, 18G9. 1IURLINGTOX AXD VIC'IXITV Weather Kceord for Afut. r Thermokkteb. I niEOMKTEIL. 67 71 S 29.-. " At 44 .56 5 S9 67 71 96 ' .70 14 .71 ".6 14 .43 " .66 J7 ".89 " .81 " M ".66 ".73 lI.6 ".45 " Jfi ' ,67 64 68 72 69 56 67 63 57 51 vera.;? temperature of tfac month, 63". &l . r u t t, mean height, 29.635 teefaca. rail i f a n, 1 C9 inched. Aer.j' temperature of Aagost for twelve yearl pa ',(.:. ,2i. Avfrac ,.f the three SnUHDOT month of 1W9 64,0. rera..f the Summer month, for twelve yews. D.. t Ful to Recite. There re lOor n jrc uii. r in mis city whoae names are not on ' i'i k h-T. and w.io, unices their names are j 1 there, wLl be deprived of the right of , - 1 i next Tuesday. It beboovw every free- j P , i m that no Iwrier exists which will pre- , , u from voting ; and, therefore, every . ,-!.. has the least doubt that hi.- name is . 1 . y registered, should attend at ths meet ig f the Board ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 3 September 1869

The Hrt frltift. BT W. P. nOWEXXS. Ah me ! is it then true that the jear his waied unto waning, And that bo soon must remain nothing but lapse and decay, Earliest cricket, that out of the midsummer midnight complaining. All the faint Summer in me takest with subtle dismay ? Though thou bringest no dream of frost to the flowers that slumber. Though no tree for its leaves, doomed cf thy Toice, maVeth moan; With the unconscious earth's boiled eril my soul thou dost cumber. And in the year's loft youth rai.est me still lose my own. Answerest thou, that when nights of December are blackest and bleakest, And when the fervid grate feigns me a May in my room. And by my hearthstone gay, as now sad in thy garden, thou creaket, Thou wilt again gite ne all, dtw and fra grance and bloom T Nay, little port '. foil many a cricket I have that is willing. If I but take him down cut of his place on my aadf. Me blither lays to sing than the blithest known to thy shrilling. Full of the rapture of life....

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 10 September 1869

Hie Coming. i tiered the flov.ers the summer long i dozed the days od sunny lei. Vnd wive my fincies into Bung, Or dreameu in aimle-tt ease. Or watched, from jotting cliffs, the des -Of changeful waters under nie, The lazy gulls that dip and rice, White p pecks upon the eea: And far awsy, where blue to blue u as wed, the ships that came and went : nd thought, O happy world ' and drew Therefrom a fall content. Mr mates toiled in the ripening field. Nor paused fur rest in coal or heat; Tbe yellow grain made haste to yield Its harvesting complete : My mates tolled in their pleasant homes, Tbey plucked the fruit from laden boughs, Vnd sang. For if the Master comes And find no ready house!" And far an 1 s'rangc their singing seemed. And harh their voices every one. That woke the pleasant dread I dream'd lo thought if tasks undone. 1 rt M.i 1 waited, lingered still, Won t.y a cloud, ft y'llg lark: T.ll. 1 j-uJ-l.y, the land was chill, .to t all th.. sky was dark. And lc, the 'Master! Thro...

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. — 10 September 1869

THE BURLINGTON. VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 10, BtJKLLVGTON. F1UDAY. SEPT. 10, 1663. G. 0. BENEDICT. Editoe. THE WKKKLr KRKK PHESS Is published erery Friday morning by TIIE fhee press association College SI., lltirlltigton, A'f. TERMS : Two Dollar a Year In Advance. The Wevklt Free Press contains erery week the litett news. Local and buto News, Crreiod en?, bitorials, chok select! Mcellaii)T tales iketcfce, poetry, Ac Market Report. e Vork ad thMton fctock and General Market. Combrtdjre Cattle Market, St, Alhaii. ISutter Sl-rket, AC ar tW on Agrieulturai toj-W. mlerrry tliincp'in tomakeapa talcible rniLT paper. It I print ed on a lare Vcolcmn pheet.awi eor.tui more reaeiii- matter than any paper Id this part of the ceuntry. CLCB RATES. Fr fJcjuh we will nd the Free Frshc aod tie KlTerskle ilsgaim or Oar Vouiu Folks, one 3 ear. Jrer UJO cash, we well send the Free Press and The Cwunixy (JrcUewan. waejear. Fr t U0 e will liie Free Freb and Ptfaaa'sMontlUy. or U Atlantic...

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. — 10 September 1869

'THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS. TRIDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 10. 18G0. Ei.Ecriox Riirrnxs. htltriitlrn reality tait iici.it. Treae. i V :T' Oct. Lu-Oov. I S. 8 ? I fit" - ! a " , - . . . , I'.url n.-'O. i i, ii ' .m. i I'.-'cr, I - . i, .-I 'irgh. Ml' g.n. W3 463 OOO WE! trait IM. 174 11 1J4 14 I.'.? -I. 227 161 227 161 5"-, 203 97 2I 7 - ' 1U H iw giw-WHii 8.06 216 74 216 74 216 74, J-' i . i. .52 60 mi -'52 60 Ki8 29 158 20 ion 86 loo 30 158 20 1"3 36 67 64 22 3 Ol Of 150" -Serxatera a 7? i i 1 1 f r . 77 77 77 73 73 73 587 t7 :f.J 4C3 C5 4i4 174 174 174 14 14 14 1 2l!7 "7 L7 1.1 I'd 101 n 1 1 ''." ial ; 171 171 171 -II 3 -ai lhl '-j 1-j -'1 -t 2 215 -' -! 74 74 74 i 57 57 157 1 - 1 -1l 20 M .,, .h ..j .!J 85 36 r,7 r.7 .5 64 64 54 J2 22 22 3 3 3 K.4 1-4 14 144 144 144 i.w i 5 r,i .II ESi !". ir,.-, 174 171 II 14 2.: 2.) I'd K.2 -in 2. '.; 171 171 J'. 20 lh2 11-' 21 24 !. 215 71 -: l. 1".- 2 20 ; ii i 7 ( 7 11! 14 150 i lll'O 1, 1 ' .:rn. - lluroi.gton, 67 54 - -.,! f , 22 s i . de...

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. — 10 September 1869

Ten Talk and ttmrtli Sea mini. Tht tall ycunp; fellow's here to-dj. I wonder what's his name? His eves are filed upon our pew l)o look at Sally I hunt. Wlio is tl.at lady dresse-l in grren? It can't be Mrs. Leach, There's Mrs. Jones with Peacon Giie. ! 1 on Jcr if he'll preach. Ler-1 me your lan, it is so warm ; We both will tit to prajers ; Monniin; Incomes the wiJuw Ames ; How Mary's bonne: flares ! Do loot at Nancy Stamper's tbiL It's fall a breadth too wMe j I wonder if Sus-nn Ayres Appears to-dT as brniet LrJ, what a Toiee Jane Ilice has got ; Oh. how that organ rears ! I'm glad we've left the singers' seats How hard Miss Johnson snores. What u jly shawls there are ia front ' Do you observe Ann Wild? Her new straw bonnet's trimmed with black ; I jruess she's not a child. I'm half a.ep that Mr. J oafs ! Hie perraouv an so long ; This afternoon we'll stay at home And practice that aong. ACItICLI.TL B.lI. .MATTRRS. Ultra:. Aseong the Tarietke of wheat beat adapted to the diderent ...

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. — 17 September 1869

fried Sfisccllang. 'Ml.' If, Mtting with bis little worn-cut ni Ana K-arlet stacking lying on my knee, I knew the little feet hid pattered through The pearl-Kt gates, thit lie "twiit Heaven and me, I could be reconciled and happy too. And look with glad eyes toward the Jasper Sea. I coalite glad if. vben the day m done, And all its cares and heart-acbe laid away, I could look westward to the hidden tan. And with a heart full of sweet ye-iraing.?, say : . To-mght I'm nearer to my little one By jut the travel of one earthly day." 1: I c"i!d know thoe little feet were shod In .sandals wrought of light in better lands, Viil that the footprints of a tender God iUn tide ly side with his in golden sand. 1 uIJ box. cheerluUy and kiss the rod, aice Benny was in wiser, ufer hands. If he were dead, 1 would not tit to-day And i-tAinwilh tears the ee sock on my knee; 1 wimM nut kiss the tiny shoe and say, Bring back again my little boy to me" Hut, O' to knew the fret, once sure and white. The ha...

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. — 17 September 1869

BCRLIXGTOX. FRIDAY. SKIT. IT, 1N59. G. 0. BENEDICT. Editor. THE WKEKL.V FREE PIlls U puUfrbed evcrv- Friday morGln by THE FKEE PRESS ASSOCIATION, Course M., llurliugtoti, Yt. TEBMS i Two Dollar a Year In Alliance. The Weekly Fbee Prem aoatafna ever) week, the latett newa, Local aad bute Xe t. Correspond ence, Editorial, choice eeUttod MiMellonj-, ale, teteete, pnetry. 4c Market Report. Sew York and noetsn fctock and General llarkctt. t'ambrid sf Cattle llarktti St, Albanj Butter Market, it. ar Ul l Asrmiltiir.l topie, anderery thin; E"'rg tomakeuparauraBLFailu.rrarKR. It Ib print ed on a large SS-onhaan ilit,aiid oontainl more reading matter tnan any paper In till part of the country. CLUB RATES. F.r tlcaak we wfll md tie Fare Pisa, and tie Rireraide JIataiJie or Our Vourc Folia, one year. Far US aaak,weeU aend tie Fan fuw and The Conatry Oantleman. one ear. Far ti wnadi. U1 asad tk. Face Pats and PataMl Monthly, or the AUaade Jlonlhly, or the Salaiy. one year. Far IS o, we will aen...

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. — 17 September 1869

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 17, 1860. . unfortunate circumstance. In liE luP- ' ..".si l.v one of Lis leading Turkmen, as he -e though ve suspect it is the readiness t'T which his products find a market, i,. prrwnti none of his specialties. ' t, weier, does exhibit some or toe nnesi t.:i.: r.f the Lurries and -Karons we Dave erer iu, ih.aKh none of them were gotten up with any mtentiun of being exhibited at the Fair, he his certainly a just nu, V" 1 , . .. ; thi citv is one of the most i ei'mi.Wof "'e 'ind in this section, in which , rwhing rtaining to the line of carriage and i . ,i manufacture JS consirucwu. uive aim 1 i 1 1- i lUTial in the rough, and he will turn out , n tli ir any aid from city manutacturers tne i -t description of Tehicles, on runners or i lni i-. an 1 in just the style required by his . , , , i, - We asked him to show us his best, , I immediately pointed u to an un- i .'id " Bonner " wagon and several un- in-lifi buggy bodies. W...

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. — 17 September 1869

Da lor lllmjiir. Little Dame Dimple, so merry sad wise, Sh ikinc joor tangled looti. oier your ej.es ; Waat are ytm plotting this FUftsatnj day, Uaer iar apple trees 01 er the war ? All tta birds I now yon. jou queer little df, JGKtiinn I think you're a birdie jouixrtf ; Hi nrtx Viopt lm hone a. I bey pv, Wate'n' the cm .el. that chirp ill tbe gnus. Where is i ir "un-bonnet, dainty and nel? Wucrr are th. show for four little bare fret ! Lr:i l.r ru fiujers that hick them to v,eU, n Let w J jou .iu if your eec t I teL ' One . 'miil.y hand holds the fnck it jour knee. Filled f ill ..f irure most w n.lrmu t. are , Ese- tan rr.iwled in the duet at ji.ur feet, Omajhipjien-, prhbh, and ciner-heads st. f5 ' I utterrly gleam.tig I-ke told. fewu goes toe truck with its rube untold. Dear lirtle Dannie, veeMrr l, Ik-, t.., 1 'Ton our old treesu i-w to red, f.,r tU new. 'rudy. A G II 1 CU VI r K .1 1. .1 1 1 TT E KS. t Word t Ferrrr- Uu- sr.lins Inflr Procure. ftftii, an ultra luum-d lor not te...

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. — 24 September 1869

fclcd SfUsrrltong. H Menitrful KBi. . unninpt kitteu tin' any m tho siw. That has one blacl r That is quick to i 1 the tip of brrtfli- pf1 tUck piw. She comes to me every morning, and gen up on t my bed. And pan me soag. Thoujrh not very hog , ,d I ibmk she sayi, " You arc sleeping but ougiit to up instead." i .irdayahe came to my tilK where I wis wr.ticg alone. And began to neir ; And at oooe I knew Ihn Kitty was thinking of something which rtilh ought to be known. s.. T looked 1 n, asking mutely what it - she hal to tell. And there I saw. Right under her paw, V great fat moue. She sating if I thought she had done well. Why, I wouldn't sell nij kitten for dollars five and t'-n. 1 could not sell What I lore so well ; i or if I dt 1, 1 never should find so cunning a kit' again. ut now 'he Kits on hit shoulder, and siscH me a little emg, And I say, Miss Mew, I am writing of yoa," Ku i she j aw my nose, for aaawer, and keeps on with her song. Ettn B. Btiford. PuiLa I.)ri ya: nun 'lance...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 24 September 1869

THE BURLINGTON. VT. FUEL' PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING. HLPILMBbJt Ul. BrMLIXGTOX. FRIDAY. SKrr. :!J, 1&69. 0. 0. BENEDICT. Editor. TUB WUKKLV FREK I'RS Is pstlbK.es evtry Frklar aoruiiig by THE FREE ITIESS ASSOCIATION, CotI;r M Ilarllnlnn. Vt. TEU: Two Dollar a Year in Advance. TuVnaThic Fats, ooauia. verv we. lb Htatt aaws, Ixwi sad httta News, CVwTwpofMi rata, BditovUU, rtiatoe talsctsd Uiaxlluir, ul, 1kMckM.poet17.te. Market RtlKru. w I and BoKon Stock mad General Xarack. t'ambridse Cattle Harlot; t, Alhaa. Butter Market, ic tide. OB Asrleottsul topics and everr thiae sums to stale up a ViLCilLI r.all-v papkk. It if print ed oua km It snlamn koet.al owaaiBS l noiillll, laatter " ant p.ptir in th). part of too ibr inrirndrri-t' of ...nada. This is tlceolijtct tf n aJdrms latdvde- , livend at the Fair of the MUmnjuo! coantv, P. Q-, Agriruhura! Societr, bj Hon. I S. Huntington. This gentleraui it a prominent , lawjer of the DoBiinien. and a member of TitBaaent fcr the coontf of She&am...

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. — 24 September 1869

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 2-1. 1800. t , HI KMXBTOXAXB VICIXITV. mriEN-.is Cooty Fain -The annual ei iti. u t!ic niitteudeu County Agricultural -..el take-place al the Fair Grounds in this t , , on W ednesdav, Thursday, and F riday, 6th, 7i'"i. an 1 N'u of October. Everjthine; about the -..ai, i- i- in the most perfect order for the 7,r :,c prcni.um list is larger in most classes , , ou fur:nir jears, and the managers are , i . thcmseHcs to the utmost to make the :.t: liow a Bncooafal one in every . ., i "i the co-operatkm of farmers and , l ',. m rts.Jent in oar county limits, the . ' 1 tian tju be made such ; and that their aid 1 ,i.'iuence will be freely lent in this direction , hi. eery reason to believe. The Society, i. , i:ie -id accident ofthe falling oltbeeeate on tin gr. in Is two years since, which drew hcaiily . ii ii- futilt, has been in a rather precarious iniu il ouiition. A flaoeeasfnl fair this year u! 1 in e .' i :i a firm footing an...

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. — 24 September 1869

V 1 1 ! first Loir. I had just denned my first tail-coat ; Mr wbiskershad but started. When Araraicta crw-Ml my path And left me broken hearted, 1 faueset the had auburn hair, (Twas more like new-burnt 1 ricks) Her latoritc was number one, Her faiter number six. But as 1 pressed her freckled hand, (A rather duiasy seven), I that ray eyis bCje earth farewell. And drcampt I was in Heaven. I Toaed (be was ethereal. An angel or a faint; I o Aty Ltewed her blHsbin oheek, Alas ! the blush was paint. And when another she espoused, And asked at to the bridal. My brain was turned, ay spirit crashed, Mjr thought was suicidil Cut MtteoMw with another bow X share connubial jors. And she a buxom widow has A dozen redkirred tore. Jtnokll Union. tui: mi: r.ui:. ThefcsWwiag tic the prenu"- awarded by the Seeietj : HORSES, rraoc Baa T OJ Best staHn hnt in the Slate for the season of 1609, Ilonabird t Staueriee. ' Tonne Ethan Allen." SWbnrn. 125 ; 2d Hope i Lefaad, Middmwuy. ' Gen. Pat," 60 STOCK BOS...

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