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

(Cerrcspsndcnff. Ctt i-.nleuoe of th Free Tre ind Tim" i ..Uf " "! AM" VIMTF OCCUp at). nr a r.-uT TH4r 2. .lrar uM tavern ! Tbe room tM-;ow me is I and voices, somewhat sihdued, come . .1 - 1 - - awa (W Ani.r T. .V a at. .an . They bae pveu ne the best room for my aVtpmgrwin, with its Betof pau'el chii.tr jrnurc. which, evidently, the baby's o nhtr l light with her whew she emme to this old to lite. I; doesn't match very well with he ctW furniture of the room, "nut it is crdy pu-hing nf a new life into the oi l, the strong s urreiit of td-Jsiy etiagway the toil of nuj Merles. And so her fresh y.-ung iifr sends is hr.cMer shoots oat into the black soil of the Hui, in the mold of the years that hare -In 1, I .rac the upspring'ing of new existence. i lo k from my window, and find all the rh u h of yesterday are blown away, and a white f. . -t u the "round reveals a cool, clear, crisp i .run n morning. At 1 nakf.t, the baby was tied into a chair .ii the k .chen, where I could watch 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. — 1 October 1869

BURLLVGTO.V. FRIDAY. OCT. 1, 1669. G. 0. BENEDICT. dito. THE WKEKLV 1'REE l'RESS la pnblisl ed every Friday morning by THE. FREE PRESS ASSOCIATION, Collrgr M.. ltiirlliigton, VI. TEEMS: Two Dollnrs a Year in Advance. The Weeelt Free Press contains every week, the latest news, Local and State News, Correspond ence, Editorials, ioice selected Miscellany, tales, sketches, poetry, ic Market Report. New York and Boston Stock and General Market Cambridge Cattle Market; St, Albans Batter Market. c ar tlclet on Agricultural topic, and erery thing going to make op a talitible ramLr rarEn. It is priat ed on a largo 3Klomn fleet, and contains more reading matter than any paper to Una part of the CLCB RATES. For tl cash we will nnd Ue Fbee Tbess and the RJrertHe Marline or Our Younr Folks, one year. FartlM ease, we well send the FME Tress and The Country Gentleman, one year. Far IU9 cash, we will tend the Free Pbess and Putnam'! Monthly, or the Atlantic Monthly, or the Galaiy, ono year. For ISo...

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. — 1 October 1869

V Bl-Kl.IXGTO" AND VICIXITT, EicniDM) Market. At nichmcn'l, Mon day, C50 boxes cheese sold at from 14 to 15 els, sad 1T5 tubs butter at from 33 to 37 cts., the Utter price'fer a few tabs choice fall mi'le. FiEti Maiox. The boue. Urn, and mt l.uiUinp, with all "r eontenta, of Samael I unwr. of West Milton, were deetroje-l hj fire , ii WeJ-dsj evening. The tea is folly $4,000 , n which there was no insurance. I! it. Ball at Wixouki. A friendly game ,.t hall was played on Saturday last, between the l.athan Allen Club, of Winoo!ti, and a" nine" fivm theU. V. M.,reeltingin3S rone fortbe Al len;, end 18 for the Collegians. Jo-eph Brack, of Uurlingtnn, acted as umpire. Pateto - Otis Sao , of this city, lias re- wived a patent for a butter worker, and Charles I t.. Drury, of Rockingham, one for an improved J horse power RaL l.-T, r. -Hon. L. B. Englesby ha. pur- ' cha.-.! of M B. Catlin. Esq , the residenoe of the la -er un the corner of Colleffe and William Strict--, ilie price paid we und...

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. — 1 October 1869

THE BURLINGTON. V I . FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNIXO. jCTOBEH 1. 1HJ- Intnmn. There i a glory oa the earth to-day, 1 hire if a spirit in the changing trees. There is a soft, low murmur in my heart. And on the breeze. Sweet Autumn sheds a gentle influence new, The world is eivi in beauty and in light ; The suBMne ehhnmers softly through the trees. And all is bright. Soraespirit bas made kve to every noser That breathes ru lore out on the passing trrezc; Nrae raigie hand has thrown a witching garb Upon the trees. For all the bkm blush they sera rare peas From the bright land of dreams. In earthward flight. Some Seraph's wing has swept the trees and left Gleams ef its light Above as bends the silent, cloudless s ky. And o'er its depths a lone bird wiars its flu; Seen for one moment then, Kie giWed hope. It fades from sight The Spirit of the Wind has strm k hi? harfi. But altered is the music of the lay The notes are wailing, and the harden is, Pjiflsingowaj " We awe to linger oat. The deep...

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. — 8 October 1869

To the Free Preu. Fifteen jeirs ago I eJiaacod ta be in Hartford, r. an, and there eat from chsr.es npy or the- Hvtfortt r,r. the fotlow; " P'l''Tt.ng to rec nimaci.-a'ijoto t! rrt, suned bi . f." Yuu iUa.rrww.il. as, ta-t it un-rweet. t(ii!er.i!el.ctcau(lI'i'1'm"M"','au c' 1 IJhmiiz j.re"rvett ft I now, I t-,t utaufrtIiePI'rorUtioaor5ach as can i ih -ceo It p.ctures. K. For the Co'jrant. nul-Sammcr. oh l.nght the day, sad glad the blue sky 'ow ing )vrr their beads, this happy, child-like pair, h love on life! oh young M wd gaily fiowipg. Timed to the pulses of tho summer air ! How smiles the white robed lady while she lis ten, The lore words chiming tu the waters)' flow : How smiles the light thit on the wh'te robe glis ten. As down the river-path the loera go : Tis a fair sjitt where they are slowly straying, V tangled wood-path, mingling shade" and heen ; her- gay wiM Tines are to the breeres sway- And xuKion willows in the waters lean. L ke dnpr :ng-wells of moonlight is their s...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 8 October 1869

THE BURLINGTON, Wlj&rfmxm 1SURLIXGT0X. FRIDAY, OCT. 8, 18C9. G. IJE.VEDICT. Editor. Labor and IIcnr-t. It niay be ucl to argue with the hy brid concern which met at Worcwtcr this week and called itself a ' Lalwr Kclbrni Con vention." Tlie meeting did not represent tLo cliaraetcr, the intelligence or the opin ions of the workin;ir.en of Mrtchuttta. One powerful orgnnUation, the Knights of St. Crispin, reimdiated it altogether. The, resolution of the Cimientijn were detesta He ; the speech, declamatorr twaddle. The candidate f r (irernor is a stranger in bin own district, tl-c hu!e ticket put in nomination it &mp vl m political cipncrr. Tre Wkeklt Free raass contains every week. XewrtfcfWs the pnictvdinp of the Conten- tbe latest news, Local and btateNews, Correepowi- i Uun hare been widely advertised : itproicffea THK WEKKLV I'UKE IMIUSS la polished every Friday morning by THE FUEE I'RESS ASSOCIATION, Collt-cv M.. ltullitt;ton, Vt. TERMS t ; Two Iiollnn. a Year in Advance nc....

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. — 8 October 1869

THE BUBLINGTON. VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MOfiNINfa, ociouer 8, iaoo. IU k!.1GTO.AND V1CIMTV. ,r 1 1 : lerm of the Itintsbui-gh Academy j T anil a liundre.) pupils. t i f'tweenntnei ft y mr papers at wJacel ratr" and a prc- l; d, advertised in another column. - Miitov Kusarl Lincoln ot "est ..uiion ess ', 1 hi firm cf I1" acre", w.varnen ..uruu. itn ln'V .1 epli'" Catholic Church, in this city, was of a contribution box, containing a con ir! e 'urn of money, on Monday Ut. Xo ,e i fie t'i ef. , , i,c w Methodist church in Willirtou will . i -h- on Wednesday, Oct 18th, and it is . .1 that Rev. Stephen D. Brown of New- . w. ; preach the ii- The ililton Fall Choree Fae'ory j !.-.-.. ?"U C0 boxes of ebeeaeof their -' iinkt. f r 10 1-2 cents per pound, and i t -i:m- price for the balance tfaey have i 1. i -uitifactured in the sane month. U. ii.. m'wc Linen Co.'i new six cord i uglily recommended by Wheeler K 1 : juv. f .r eryin machine use. Their i - i.i ij In- puTcbased at the FarK Pusa i'...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 8 October 1869

FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER S, 100-U. THE BURLINGTON, VI To Pfatb. IUjge from cnvra fierce pursuio. And limit to oar sell-undoing ; lYunerof Time, ihit lopp'st decay And frait-dcfeting growth away ; Vintner, that from his purpled rine Cmsbt fur hctven its saeml wine, En when the weetet cup we're qatfirjg. When life within theheutt is laughiog. When oar great pe-i.ee doth teem & river Hut welt might fill the fall former, When the rich day make hope a debtor, Abd Wih himself can with no better, ll'tn then thine offices appear Mere worthy welcome tLn a tear ; For well we know our golden hoars Are deep indebted to thy powers ; Xt light cf life cor smile benign II at hnlf its laminae is thine ; No gift from hewn our handft reoeiTe, Bat thtu Uot help the liMTens ti give ; Thy ttateless hunger feeds our bli-s ; Our sun wouM pule thy sbde to m J). J. Wetwn, tained. The decline in Merino stock in gen eral, and in some mxrtions heavy, although it will not continue any great length...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 15 October 1869

Tlir Southern tlloU. IM'l VISED DT A WHJTUEBV ! uie aajsitie nw a sooih.ru I a njn-'lwnei'h tree lf:li"lt': , - ..Itsjtnw htt agui!llsof cruu. II - vw. Il i-rfel" !" I'""'!-'- uwkU f'uul kirn t'." hu siiutation r ... in Hp.-, and erronetta views n l ani rations misinformation. u"n? a Yankee, cuuie," said he, me -neaking mieeion or anotber. 1 ! r .n-ini: Equalized and Free v with h:mjou call yoort'oloreil Brother. . i, -u..n wn.t- on him, 4 ol! !i I'.ight", - . lnly tven by your law- eii:iountil' I! ' kti p aliackin,: toe (tewncc e irnitep. ilii'culure'1 race are killed or wourdd. In Vw ( 'rleaus behold the lt-.v:i taujiit' IV lien in cjnventioa certain black aarfml led, - und of jteacefal throng-, ootcide as caught, nl in the hall the blacks bloodthirsty trem l.led. . i. n thrift" the windows, lob'.i'es, outer gate, ll the utianiieil Caucasian race surrounded, ' l, :vcr lr .in allied in their murderous hate. ii'i n lu'i-eu i-'ilored men were badly wound- t-l ' . itr .1 '1 -r.a, heve...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 15 October 1869

THE BURLINGTON, VI.. lREE PRKSS. FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 15. i I5UKLLNGT0X. FRIDAY. OCT. IS. 1609. G. 0. BENEDICT. Editor. THE WKEKL.V FREE I'llKSS Is published every Friday morning by THE FREE I-RESS ASSOCIATION, College su, lliiillnslon, Vl. TERNS. Two Dallam a Year In Adrance. The WrcKLT Free Pit is s ooatafas eveey week. the latest new.. Local ud State Sews, Correspond- I association? While a slave, there were two enwerful euppoits to the civilization of the ne gro. He was the best-red and clothed laborer in the world, and the marital nlstions were enfor ced ujou bim ' Tt.e Marital relations enforced" upon the negro! What ttlk is this, when e.crjboiv j that knows anything about it, remembers that disregard of tl-o marital relation was an essential feature of slavery ; that legal marriage was unknown among the slain; that the brixding of human Hock for the I more Smthern market wa the main and ' m.i-i lj.-rativelmMnw" f Virginia planters; i jlat i'iaek women were not proline wun ...

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. — 15 October 1869

IAT K rRKMIl".'J- Iwirleo at the annual Faircf the Ajrricultural , rWiety of Chittenden County, held at Bur- .ntAn. IhMnTCT ,tu. rin Bflu " HOS.-ES. Best stV.l.on Eie years "! ' "" )!llkr' Williston, dotttllun. years old A J. Crane, ..Icbester, 1ft prem. n.l dip ; .In 1 Tfr. 1, (louo Champion). l. B Bishop, J.t h",' - '' do colt, - months old, Charles 1 Ivr, Winoueki, 2.. ,-i triil mare with foal t f.iot. let prem. a-, i lip, I- South Burlinffton, V li KLnjpui, Burlington, t"2; :).l, L S. irrw. r-.uth Burlington, 1 Ot. l lidding and Mares Four jear old - i, lt prem Geo. i'. Swjn, Milton, sr?..t0; t rce year ol t e't, 1st, I. S lrvw. South Bar ' i ' 'i. '1 ti"; George K -hard..n. Burlinz i i , 1 ' Two year old col', lt. Nelson M Nay. M.'tor, 'J )0; id, John iVsjrr S. South ItjVuDton, 1 IV) Yearling cult, lb!, L S Drew, Sjuth Burlington, 2 Ott, '2i, Rubins"n llir- QUln, Mlltnn, 1 00. Mai-lirl and Single Driving Horses .si 'iiat ip I h r. A Laduke, Burlington, dip ; 2d ' i is.. Uin'raV...

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. — 15 October 1869

B) Hrrolnr. bt Jon.v a WHITT1K1. Iler presence lends its warmth and health To all who come before it ; If woman l't us Eden, Mich Aj the alone restore it. For larger life and wiser aims Ttie tanner is her debtor ; Who IMt to hie ar-other's heart Must needs te woise or better. Through ber Lis civic tervice bhows A parer toned ambition ; Xo double consciousness divides The man and politician. In party's doubtful ways he trusts Her instincts to determine ; At the lou I polls the thought of her Recalls Christ's Mountain Sermon. And if the husband or the wi5e In home's strong light discovers Snh slight defaults as Med to mt The blinded eves of lover?. Why need we care to ask ' who dreams Without their thorn" of rosee. Or wtuders that the truest steal The readiest spark discloses ! Far still in mutual sufferance lies Tbe secret of true lira ; Lave eart is low that never knows The inlw of fcrjirag. ACKiCrL.TI.-KA I. JUTTEKS. Hmbig. The ' Jlapc Corn Hosier " d-Torti-ed bj Fimm i-i ltatlett ...

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. — 22 October 1869

The Sleeping Talate. Tht yarjing year itith blade and ebeaf Clothes and re-clothes the hippy pl ? Here rests the sap within the leaf ; Here stajs the blood along the veins. Faint shadows, vapors h'chlv curie.!. Faint murmurs from tbe mealows come, LiVe hints and echoes of the world To spirits folded in tbe womb. Soft lu'tre bathes the range of urns On ererj slanting terrace-lawn, The fountain to his rlace returns, leep in the garden lale withdrawn. Here droops the banner cn the tower, n the hall-hearths the festal fires. The peacock in his laural bower. The parrot in his gilded wires. Roof-haunting martins warm their eggs ; I these, in those the life is stated. The mantles from tbe golden pegs Droop sleepily. No sound is mad? Not even of a gnat that sings. More Uke a picture seemetb all. Than those old portraits of old kings That walch tbe sleepers from the will. Till all the hundred summers pass. The beams, that through the oriel shine. Make prisms in every craven glass. An 1 beake...

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. — 22 October 1869

THE BURLINGTON, VT FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 22. 1SG0. BUSLLVGTOX. FRIDAT. OCT. 22. 1669. G. Q. BENEDICT. Editor. ' THE VEGKLT FREE i'REVS Ii published every Friday morning by THE FKEE PRESS ASSOCIATION, Collage St., Burlington, Vt. TEBKS! Two Dollar a Year in Advance. Tbe Weekly Free Fbess contains every week, the Utert news. Local and State Sews, Correspond ence, Editorials, choice selected Miscellany. lMl sketches, poetry, ie. Market Reports; "e" Vork and Boston Stock and General Markets: CamMdse Cattle Market; St, Albans Hotter Market 4a. ar ticle! on Airscnltnral topics, and every thing grfng to make nr. a vaLraaLl rjuILT parse. It l print ed on a largo 3colamn sheet, and contain, more reading mattor than any paper In tins part of the 0'mtrr- CLCB RATES. For 3 cash we wirl eeudUe Fbie PaE.8 ui the Riverside Masaiine or Oar Toons Folks, one year. , For 15.50 cash, we well .end tbe Frk Fats, and The Country Gentleman, one year. For 0 cash, we will send the Feee I-besj a...

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. — 22 October 1869

if HI KLIXGTOX AXl V1CIX1TV. Mr. I. 3. Nichols of Essex raised this so"""1 f- rnhlfi pound of seed. 121 rounds ef lirlJ lose roac potatoes. Two short articles on sjricultural topics In the rat Ppem cf last week. o "Tbtring Cattle" ind i ' HusVbgrin." should have been credit ed to the Cilr; dentltman. Ij1.,h,.p De Goesbrhnd and Rev. Jerome loarec of this citj left Wcdnesdav night to attend 'he ' Keo.menioa.1 Council at Rome. During thir absence. Her. Thot&ss Lynch will 1 in ohirM. Sesatok Edmusbs' L&abt. Mr. Edmunds j iih recently dispoed of his extensive law li l.rarv, valued at $2,600, to Messrs. Livrreuct S Barnap of this city. The library consists - -incipIIy of Reports, which, aided to the Tal utMe soieciiua already owned by L. &. Tt. gives tl.em a rare election of books. If not the most ' ulu it ie c llection in the State. i ht nn. nit of Canada lamber received at the Port of Btrlington sfeice ttofiaV tf last May, -luin.u-. ly inspected by the custom efficers, , &am...

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. — 22 October 1869

AGRICULTURAL. Farm Life. These beautiful lines bv Mrs. Sigourney, give & lively and truthful picture of firm life : Saw ve the firmer at his plow. As je were riding by ? Or wearied 'neath the noon-day toil, When the summer suns were high? And thought you that his lot was hard. And did you thank your God That you and yours were not condemed Thus like a slave to plod T Come see him at his harvest home, 'When garden, field and tree Conspire with glowing store to fill His barn and granary. Ilis healthful children gaily sport Amid the new-mown hay. Or proudly aid with vigorous arm His tasks as best they may. The Harvest Giver is his friend. The ranker of the soil, . And earth, the mother, gives them bread. And cheers their patient toil ; Come join tbm round their wintry hearth. The hcartftlt plevsnre see : An! eau you better julge how blest The Fanner's life may be. writer in the America Stock Journal says that ot-tivews and its aaxrapanying evils, are the main cause of sows destroyi...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 29 October 1869

Of all the myriad moods of mind That through the soul oome thronging. Which one was e'er so dear.s) kind. So beautiful, as longing' The thing we long for, thit we are, For one transcendent moment; Before the present, poor and bare. Can male its cheering comment. Still, through oar paltry stir and strife. Grows down our wished Ideal; And longing moulds in clay, hat life Craves in the marble Heal; To let the new life in we know Desire must ope the portal ; Perhaps the longing to be so Helps make the soul immortal Longing is God's fresh heavenward will. Yi ith oar poor earthward striving; We quench it that wc may be still Content with merely It Ting; Bat, would we know that heart's full scape. Which we are hourly wronging, Our lives must climb from hope to hope. And realize our longing. Ah ' let u hope that for our praise Good God not only reckons; The moments which we tread his ways. But when the spirit beckons; That some slight goal is also wrought Beyond self-satisfaction Whea we ar...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 29 October 1869

THE BURLIKfiTON PRESS Kill I) A MORNING. OCTOBER 20. 8nw. BURLINGTON. FRIDAY. OCT. 29, 18C9. G. X BENEDICT. Editoe. TUB U'BKKLV I'll KB PRESS Is published erery FrMay- morning by THE FREE PRESS ASSOCIATION, Colltgr M., Itnrllugtnn, Vt. TERMS Two Dollars a VeRr in Advance. The Weeklt Free rRESs contains every week, the latest Dews, Local and State News, Correspond ence, Editorials, choice selected Sliscellanjr, tales, sketches, poetry. Ac. Market Reports. New Vork and Boston Stock and General Markets, Canibriiie Cattle Market! St, Albans Batter Market. ey ar i'cles on ATicaltural topics, and erery thins going to make up a vaxriBLE rattT paper. It Is print ed onm larj. 3S.lamn sheet, and contains more readlns; matter than any paper In this part of the KWUX- CLUB RATES. Tor Jcash we will send the Free Press and the IUrerside Majaline or Our Vouns Folks, one year. FortUD cash, we well send tie Free Press and The Country Gentleman, one year. Tor H.M cash, we will send the Feee Press and ...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 29 October 1869

III ULINCTOX.IXB VICIXITV, The Rutland Uailroalis once more in running rJer throughout. n.v n r.EEET.-Alxmt 2.0O1 I of chw changed hari. Kfchmonl, Mcniaj. at 1". to lflerott. and 200 tub, ,f but ur at prices ranpng from 35 to 40 cent, JS. F. Vast ViEir. The firm Fai iTFa" " .,f Leo Tracy, recently noticed by us, is not the ir pxJ fruf fa n Shelburn.by any means. Ti,.t .if Mr. B. F. Van VMt. the old Lyman H,.l farm, is well worthy of notice. About , years ago Mr. JI.U set out U,e orchard,, j h ch contain about bOO trees The apple crop j fr. in these was purchased tide year, entire, on ! t trees, by our worthy ., worthy townan C. L. Hart f rslUKt. Mr. Hart has already picked f.00 i irrtls of splendid Baldwins, and is still pickinc n tair weather at the rate of alout 100 barrel" a ny The crop will probably amount to about i M .vtwi barrels. ?i ii infc nr o.i or the Sitduit. i.h the I'm. rasiTT ' No Asmusable Ueasox. The com initv w startled Tuesday morning by news ial a lueru'KT of the...

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. — 29 October 1869

THE BURLINGTON, VT.. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER UV. ibuu. ACRICULTCRAl, MATTERS. Crop acd Jlartrt Reports. Wheat. The markets appear to be slowly recovering from the violent changes in the gold and money market, and the low price of foreign exchange. The demand his been chiefly for ex port but ltter for milling the low prices especially for winter wheat, attracting the attention of miller. Trafton'a Circular says- "Oar re ceipts hare been moderate, owing to the recent , tbJ xu. j5 worked and made to eTOlve break in the canal, and we fear they will not 1 Mun1 from the organic atoms of the air i - - pn;iiiiiB utmiuucei uc sea- interior surface is m re red with silrer late, constituting an eliptical mirror hat ing a solid rim one inch in diameter. The face of this rim is ground no 6mooth that when it is placed in contact with the face of the cylinder, no air can intervene, and it is held and kept in this position by a strong firing twelve inches long, arched above, and rtM hi-...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
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