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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 29 April 1870

County CtafciJ rr l.tHX O. faXE. ' O'"' "XL f.oia aid. and - . ' MSiVlM tiat he didn't aep A1 o!ory to Ktolf or try J "e man will. cr. loud and dp, PtvhrU rail's nam., or or station, wn?S" tinted, and nt round admins, flat artificial cut-..--" tartf rliing rim itb tb lark, and with the lark to bed," 5hrvMm'oleinn, .entimental ol- jjarfm! like U.e are rery cheap y Bald BuU-re i ou make yourj.lf a fool or fowl, Pn ,utmqaireaU)utthelrri--lidfall, Ad.! whether lain lia e any beds at all The " tin f r hone t folks to be abed" I. in the mornics. if I reason risht . Inil he who eaniMJt keep hla precioui head ' I pan hi p.llow till it'i fairly light, od enjoy his forty moming winks, la op toknarery , or else he drmki Thompson who fun; about the " Seasons," said It wa! a glorious thin; to rir In "fa"'" Hat then he said It lj log In his hea At ttn o'clock A. M.-the wry reaM He wrote so coarminSly. Tte J??' paetks. His preachta- wasn't sanctioned tj w" p 'Tis, d..ublls, well, to be Awake to du...

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. — 29 April 1870

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 520, 1870. !m nt i'f.'i!i. BURLINGTON. FRIDAY. APRILS. lSiO- 0. 0. BENEDICT. Editoe. . "THi WEBKtV FltEK l'RE, t vi:.v.A .f..f TMfl.v morning by THE FREE PRESS ASSOCIATION , Bnlllnston, College SI Two Dollars TKRHSt , Vear In Advance. once, tAifcw -t w--i.t Pnort.NW York -.-v.. Irr. i& jii - . ..inara! topte, and every thing goln, . a valoasli rAMLv paper. It la print' d oo Ur 3"-colamI1 het aD,i CIn,lI1, more reading milter than any paper in this part of the eomtrr. ,.;t..Ci all orders to THE FREE PRESS ASSOCIATION, BCnLlsOTOV, Vt. " OTICE TO Sl'USCKIHKKS. When you f end word to hare your po"t-office ad- drere change i, always jrlve the post-omce lo wnwn yaurraper has been sent, as well al the one you wish it seat to. Every subscriber is Informed when his roVcrip- tion expires, every week, by the printed label bear ing his name. Remittance of subscription lor an other j ear just oefore the date comes round, will be a great ...

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. — 29 April 1870

lHK...In viciMxr. r V Urge cheese factory is being an..on the road lading from the ,-e to the falls. active in Richmond, T,i batter market wis tubs at from 80 Slo-Jay. the sales i-i"8 ,o W cents per pound. S.iiBf opposition his sprung up on the ferry .een Charlotte and Essex, ' v- As a oon- n.1 itinnl r TY11,(K lt.tteT I nie, wrry linn they ud to tie. Patent. Patent, bearing dite April 19th. have been granted to Mr. Alexander Tfcor"pwn of this city, for a drOl ; and to Mr. Almon W. Boomer and John P. HasUns of Poultsey. for henmer for sewing machine. Ths erection of a cheese factory in Kerrishurgh ,s being pushed rapidly forward, and will be ready for u by the middle of May. The cheese ,, to be male by Mr. Newton W. Stone of Hmes burgh, an experienced cheese-maia'- Asbival Sheriff I M. TripP 01 Aaalf0D clock train. Monday Co. . arrived on the six 0 from Middle- afternoon, bringing five . t , iratliejii of this city Jbr sfe bury, to be placed m Iur J ' v .i. .. wmi very nearly dag ou...

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 April 1870

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 20, 1870. jH.-KlCtI.Tl.-KAr.. Hhtal Croalnfln Vc tBb"i. That good rolicv dm-Jittat the fanners iXZu. "o - W energies to - Hato object. should argued that we are almost at rrU,v of again urging the growing of wheat fo we .re enjoineltoUvlu upon tae and precept urnrrecer.t, forbear mUnS".nere mention "of th .object once more. It is mere wasted word, to attempt to argue that wheat raring is profitable, when the enknea that such is the case is before as on everj band. The Vermont wheat p of 1S9 was not ex celled by that of any other State in the Union, ,nd when we taie into account the fact that eery bushel of wheat raifed here is worth just as much mere than a bushel raised in Illinois orlowi.w it costs to transport a bushel: hence we percei" the Vermont farmer's margin for pro fit is no ineonsVcrable item. Bat it i not to be expected that the Western farmers are al ways going to be so unwise as to stick to wheat crowinE without ad...

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 May 1870

c For the Free Treani Time. Tlir Pipprf.sl.e (ilrl. - o -l enoosa f atr to threw IMh ik'M rim '' HE"1 '" Tb 6 -urc" not eo iTopo. A. that -1 fupW'l KfllM b. y tr.tt, o lettt r) hi iiml A lmm'e male deceadaata. At lh."n" call tfce not alrt r liud a toDntt new aad pert. To wear trail apou the tiilt And dr it In the mad and dirt, hor all tier riguti can ake iMrt In Hoomer tadependence. S-it , .a.ms the r:ht t plead the law, Tu hold an ifliae, abont hurrah On great uecaaiCM. and not draw Vuon hetielf derhSeo. Thme r. slils we craftt tr atttwaun, Yet i: 13 liTd her seotle heart id set on taking active part, Oh rather let her choose the art Of practicing ph gieian. Her smile nonli core, and weahoeJdeo "Throw phyeic ta the doga," yon know. As hhaawpere oonnwUed lone age , IhuLgh asmptonu Bight deceit har. For poiaca quicken when ahe'a near. And ao 1 can but eretij fear From hoart-beau thai the doctor dear Weald think, thonsh ahe might deem tt qater, Bach patient had a ferer. g jj if tin- d...

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 May 1870

THE BURLINGTON. VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY G, 1870. "DGTO.V, FRIDAY.JUYJsJO 0. 0. BENEDICT. Editor .'RKs-S "THE WKKKLV I'llEB Is puMisbed every Friday morning by FREE PRESS AKSOCI ATIOJ. , THE F Cullrr , ilnrllnfrton, a I. TEBK8: Two Dollar, n Vrar in Advance. th. ut-t ., w M"V7"' 'p0"1- sUwrUU.el.oic. .sleeted Miscellany, tales .labe.. rwewj. Market Ilepoits; hew lork t aad M"k" Cambridge Cattle rit: St Albans Butter Market, ie.; ar-tW- Agricultural topics, and every thin- solus to mile op"' vaLCaati rmiLrPipnt. It is print e4 oaa Urre Wlom sheet, and contains more rJlot;eMtter thin any taper In this part of the esoairr. Attereaiail rderl to THE FREE PRESS ASSOCIATION, BCKUSGTO. Vt. oriCE TOSCsCIlIHK.t. Weea yo send word to have yoor post-ooiee ad treMehaaged, Jways sirs the iiust-oSce to which jour smser has beea sent, ai veil at the one yoa with it Hat to. Bnryaahierlherli informed whoa hl subscrip tion expires, every week, by the printed label bear tax Ui asm Remittanc...

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 May 1870

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 6. 1870. , KL.Bro " vicimtv. The butler market in Richmond, Jll;, aite Iivd ; tb'Pmtnt of 150 MnffUe-fnwiSOtooicetits per rwn.l ; , ''f botes rf 8hw wtre a" 8hiP'1- rwnon to the sdjournment of the Confer- J sboot one hundred anl fiftj of the raem- I ,,, awmtkd in groap cev the church, and I w.-re photographed bj Mr. II L. Bixbj. j Bbokfx. 0 of the College 8tudet, '.!-. B O. White of Cokkfater, hl the misfor moe to break one of hi leg", Tuesday, while . -leucine; in the gymntsinni. E.stx The live ttock of the town of Ew. April 1, 1S70, wm at foQowi : Horn. 0; ' c lu of three Tear old and under, 77, joke , n, S3; can, l-822; two year o!J cattle. 4W; une jear old cattle, 896; aheap, 854; -n. dor", 127. Si rrosEi) IsrAXTicmr. Tlie dead body cf an infant, apparently but a few day old, ha, ten found on Shelburn atieet. a few rod's south ot the old central dep.t The body w wrapped up in an old piece of calico and waa thrown among a pile ...

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 May 1870

FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 0, xcstu. THE BURLINGTON. VT., FREE PRESS, A Hani I-JiiifiuBBf. VIM Cot' mineCot! rat laosusseo icscnotlSli'hspraken Fr iHu'l so sure 1 ws him r.Rnt. t sure I bee's mistaken. Far when I says I wants my beer I mean that User fiien; u.n Jlier mean dein tings dat folks ride on Ven dey ro dead as blixen. Dey siy der " raise" a building. Ien " ra" It down so clme, Kays" mean dem ting d on ows, Ven it pts up to shine. Meat" means dem tin; data coot to eat, Mete" ali meaos tins pnper. Tie nly ' Mete" to amnre des. ting', V en ftcampoaU ' ante'- the stopper. Skuft de same word means every ting, It makes bo buamei whether You paU him di or t'orther way, Von rwundj alawrt like t'other. irineCot! mine Cot weurel 4 no hi, I cannot Eoitah spraken. Far ren I no' I (peak him right, Vyden! 2 gets mistaken. AGRICULTURAL, Planting Potatoes. We pissed a field to-day, where several men ere planting potatoes in the good old way the fathers planted theirs, and we have no doubt if it w...

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 May 1870

n ,r. -Hall (lie ltal.y" Dlmplr lie Z ,i. w the cradle a mother hang, AS tniw- were the simple warts alw ta; Aii to' enins long . Coeek or chin, or knuckle or anoe, Kliwe iWI ihe hb's niaqri he wnen- ahail tee ac,;. i Bauer reel Ulier. -naieadtian to the hafcy'e Bern! Wliere anall the annel's vweh rsaawn When he awatutiw my bbe acuta I" Mill M she bent aad Q; so Jew, A mmrmar into her atusie broke ; An-1 he peaked to boar, for e could sat knew The baby's angel spoke . Cheek or chin, knaekle or knee, here shall the haby'i dimple be Where shall my finger fall and rest When 1 come down to the baby's nest U here shall my finger's touch remain H hen 1 awaken your babe again ' Silent the mother eat, and da sit Lnc in the sweet delay of choice , And then by her baby's side she kneit. And aaax with pleasant voice . Not on the limb, O ansel dear For the charms with its youth will y"fmT Not on the cheek shall the dimple to, Kor the harboring smile will lade ;JA, Bat touch thon the chin with" ...

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 May 1870

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 13, 1870. iir Jrffjjrtss. a. a THE WEEKUV BEX EDICT. Ema. PREB l-RE" 1, published every Friday ""1"f. THE FREE PRESS ASSOCIATION Collrfie t. tlurl i HSt41 IB BUS I Vrar in Advance. eontalns every week, ... ..t.t. News. Correspond- ,b ''u: rf-ui Miscellany, uto, dm. hmlorUU,ono Repoits.New York nJMlM"' .. Tun I)oIlar h THI WtEkLT Teee P rT JlV -t Albans Butter Market, ic. ar- a"""" .. "PBB. It U prist- , Ur-, jfrooloma sleet, aod contains more reil:nU.rtl.in any paper In this part of the ooantrv. AdlrewaUoruers t T11E FREE PRESS ASSOCIATION, BtJBLIVGTOV, T. MiriCB TO SUH-CIUUKKN. When you send word to have your poet office ad- drew ofuarrd, atwavs L'tve the post-osine to o j our paper has been sent, as well as tbe cue y hh It seat to. Ererj .afcierilwr is lcibrm.il when his sabeerip- lion expires, every week by the prmtoa laool near- Ins his name RemHlaoM of sulwertpilim for an other oar Just ofore tbe date oomes round, will a jrr....

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 May 1870

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 13, 1870. .r.Ut" AV" VICINITY. 0,Kf, Amn hi?" commence 1 her early Jm't '"I"' teTinB hWe " 4 'dCk 3' (.,ltIr. S. R. Wells is fittirgupaeo.il ..rd on the cantl in the ba'in. 5os 2000 railroal ties, brought from the umber back of l'Uttsburgh, are p0l on the j ,, wharf, to he distributed down the line. RiniMnxn. The Paet-Offise in IiiehmmJin . , was ke,t by Sally Brownsao.and" the sal- ry i! fl-'Jl peryea'. 1 us active lumber season has commenced ; the Champion arriving Tuesday with barges - r Shepard, llavis & Co. Tun next regular meeting of the Winooski Ministerial Association will be hel l in the par- ors of the College street church in this city on Monday, May Kith at 2 o'clock r. m R at. Estate. Mr. Samuel T. Wilcox of Mil ton, has bought the farm, farming implements and stock of Mr. J. Faxon ; oonMrrM S1S.O0O. THKBKisto be. ncte payment . the sidewalk from the comer of Mechanic : and Church streets to and ix.clad.ag the aml...

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 May 1870

THE BURLINGTON, FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 10, 1870. VT., jURICILTIRAL. fsnsilx Farm" and Stoct. .V made AjiE Wt to Montreal tot week toMe " r"e Sne 'tocli; "dJ , f.ros for which th.t city is becoaing somewhat MtciL Oar party consisted of two Connecticut brewers tfpore Ayrshire, one of whom a n-uaUrof the CoDtecticut Boari of Agncul fre. in V.rmont "Ayrshire men," out-self and ce other. TheSnteiUbli-hmentviiteJUyus the firm of AleianJcr CWord successor to the late John Dtxis. an intelligent anJ enthusi&'tc ifflpirtcr, breeder, ni farmer. It is just out- sUef the city limits, iii oossctsof 220 acres of tkoroiifMy drtineJ nI well tilled land. It is fil tint the draining cost 50,000. The tHe were : roight from Scotland. While all the cnlnucel lands in the neighborhood were cold, wet and clammy, notwithstanding the unusual drjw- t the season, these were in moft ex- ceflent rendition and the '-spring's work' was well or 1. r way. Much to our lurprue'he farm ia laoat' devoted to ...

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 May 1870

, o'rlork In tlie Morning p K. S. PAl.f RtT. -iVin d borne in the elm? and hirchr f r t , rtodv ib riddle ut. f'r 'r . m ni mind w maoy & doubt, BJlia -piw or deep researches. lit, in the wrM 1? silence deep, In inetwiiiiC' t of early dawning, Th. l"ia w chirp and twitter and peep. i"jr thr wre tt'tnng in their sleep, .Vt three o'clock in the laorninj;. tv-hpa the little ones stir, and enmphiu. ' Tut it' titne to be up and doing ; nd the ui -ther-bird sings a drowsy strain -- , .x tlim ra-k to their dreams aalc, Though distant cock? axe crowing. ,tr dothevtei Mcrets that Aould noi be beard By meruit liirenins and prying 1 Perhaps we alight learn from eome wbispered wrd Trie best wav t- hrtaj up a little bird Or Uie wonderful art of flying. ' iaiT be they spe-ik of one autumn day Vthen with many a feathered toamer. Coder the eioadt m cold and gray. Over the hUli thev take their way. In -earch of the rasLsiied summci . It may be they coamip from nt to nei Ilidden and leaf enfolded...

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 May 1870

SraiPAr. MaV 20. 167g. j. Q. BENEDICT. Editor. -e "webklt frkk hw 1, published every Friday morning by THE FREE PRESS ASSOCIATION College M.. ItarllnKlon.. TCEMSt To Dollar. ajr in Advance. TWKLrFa I-ESS CorUln. - th. latest new tool and State hevvs, Correfpond oo W torioic. abU MUJ.U,. tales rt.Trt.es poetry, ac Market Reports ;I.ew York 'd tcosU a General Cattle Market. St. Albans Butter Martet ac.. ar tidM on Jvzrfcultural topics, and every thing going to make op a vatcaBLE ranav tapir. It U print ed od a lrg 36-colnmn sheet, and contains more Itiing matter than any paper In this part of the floantry. Address all orders to THE FREE PRESS ASSOCIATION, BURLinSTOf , Vt. X1TICB TO M'HSCItlHEItS. When yon send word to bare your poFt-omee ad dress changed, always give the poet-otlise to which your paper has been Bent, as well a! the ono yon wlih It ent to. Every subscriber is Informed when his eubecrip tion eiplres, every week, by the printed label bear ing his name. Remittance of subs...

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 May 1870

,Ruto and VIC1MTV. foe ,We 'peak of Senator Morrill on the Tariff W' f0Unii n FoErtl1 riEe jto.v. Worlt on the extension of the iwr-ire'inr"1 !trcet to North Avenue has conmenoel. The pipe is to be continued lhrouj?l, the Avenne to the " I.aie View Cem etery," immediately. Thf store of Mr. James Kellv on Water .'reet, was broken intd Sandaj night, and a few dollars' worth of cigars, &&, ami a little ia.mey talen. Suspicion rests on a few hard buys in that neighborhood. The selection of Hon. Levi Underwood as 1'resident of the Borlington Board of Trade, was due to the prominent interest be has taken m the enterprise. It could not have n abler or more earnest president. The other officers are til our most substantial citizens ; and the board makes a handsome start. The Hinesbnrgh cheese factory began to make cheete about the 'iith of April It mate over ;!00 up to the 12 of May, and as receiving 15, 000 pounds of milk daily at that date. !t take the milk of about W0 . " u -3 pe...

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 May 1870

nv oar Airlraltnril Editor. jClUCUI-TUBAI.. rjEAtXAal. Tndra-nage conta in , from txtwecn th.rarticio cf fcw hours aftera heavy rain Ml , TH. .rutin Its mil CI.J". poroa, subsoil-. Waring says,-" A 1 lands, whatever tenure or kind, in which Ik . water, (whether from rain or " Pr- within less than four feet of the surface of the grounl. except during and immediately after heavy rains, require draining. " The earfice indications of the necessity for draining are Tariouj. If a ploogheJ field show on a part or the whole of its lurfaee a constant ppeirinoe of dampness, indieatinj that as fast ms water is dried out from its upper parts, more is foroeJ up from below, so that after i rain it is much longer than other land in assuming the light color of dry earth, it untnis-,.t-.r.1. nfs diamine.' If the water of heavy rains stand fir some time on the eurfase. or if water collects in the furrow while ploughing, draining is necessary to briog the land to its fall fertility. "ther indications ...

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. — 27 May 1870

..iLr n Fool Oh'e Hern. ! lA iS gSCU-H WORKISr.MiVfe SO'. fr years oh used ta sin g All t neet an, drink me beer , , ta thought oh wor a king, YTt-habt a care ur fear. But ii weuthers' es Oli c aid mysen 'a wee Oh k mer hud a k niton Bali loike a fool oh've been. OH reji'lar used U spend Majbe a phand a week , Au' oie oh met wer freods. Oh n'r htt-1 won to sek. But when oh 'ad Da werk. Not won wer ta be seen ! Cti then begunta think llab loikeafool oh've. een. 1' 'at landlord used to smile When ah went Iv'ry day , But when oh 'ad natm He'd fearce a word ta say. Ad' when oh art for strap Yoo rally ahud 'a seen i Oi, nah, thinks oh, oh know, J3ah loike a fool oh've been. Boa since I got a job, Oh allis torn nw bra? T'ad doyer good ta see Hah nappy's alir owd lse An' t'hawse is noioe and ciean, Ea er'er a hawse we, seen An' mbrht a been Ion.: f.aee JIah loike a fcol oh to been Oh 'ave me s-lasa at hooaa. We t' carrier rhand me knee , An" Lucv saws or knit, Eg reii.1 e t-ho.. can be. So...

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 May 1870

iSuSxOS. FRIDAY. MAV2 10 0. Q. BENEDICT. Editor. I, paMUhed every Friday raorotas : r THE FREE PRESS AESOCIATIOA. College M.. Iti.l HtiRK-n, I. Two Dollar- njar in Advance. TWezzltFeez r contain, every . u i . . .. Local and State Sewi, CorrMpomi- ui General W . C-kridse SiSXw. . Alhaa. Better Marlet .. ar ticle, on Asmaltural topics, and every thins joins to make op TaiXABia riMiLV r-Arzn. It la print ed on a larjo "aa sheet, and contain, more readlns matter than any paper in this part of the country. AddreMallerderi to THE FREE PRESS ASSOCIATION. ErRUNGTOS, Vt. SOTICK TO .SL'HxCKIltKK When yon send word to have your post-otfiee ad drM changed, always jive the post-orBce to hich your paper has been sent, as well as the one yon Tt'sh it sent to. Erery subscriber is iLfomed when bis subscrip tion eipires, every veeV. by the printed label bear Ins his name. Remittance of subscription for an other J ear Just eefore the date comes round, "ill be a great convenience to the Publishers. ' ...

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 May 1870

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 27, 1870. ,.,.lO A.NO V1CIMTV. Rrrrc Makkxt At UicbTaond ""'""ijondAV, tnere were 175 tabs butter, ',rk"'trt miit ; r"9 nnsei from 25 to 80 I DOXC wirr - , ,,u SoLDiras. The ooramittee of sr--csnenis request disabled soldiers rind soldiers . ,. war of lfl-. intending to participate in . -r.ices of Commemoratioa bay, to leave j ,- names as early M Friday, with Gen. Wells, j ',' .re..f llenry & Co., College street. . f, .en 1kth. Mrs. MaryT. Wright aged , i t : r c . -r ,1.: . . ,!,ler,lv of heart disease, about noon , -terday .-be waa sitting by 1 be window reading work she fell to the floor, and was dead when I t. n up. j vt iMi.p-M. Wednesday night, the shoe shop Jerry Croto at Winoceki wa lmrglariously j ruiered through a window and three or four I pa.r" of shoe' taken all there cappened to be 1 iu the shot). 1 Ge.in.e The Uke George rteamer commenced her reguiir trip for the aaaeon on Monday, .:11th inst- At the saaae tisae...

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 May 1870

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 27, 187- " By our Asiicultaral Editor. .T.'ililll-. IrreUranl umtaful milling are sources cflos-ton.njdairym.a. Who Joes not kno of dairies all around him that arc got up to be Bnked at all hour, from are to nine o'clock, ,t night according to caprice or ia wteemerce to other frrmwork? We night point out a herd of mt excellent cows, not excelled m ap peiranceat leatt, that are belieml to produce ten per cent lew th" the general average of sim ilar diiricf , from no othtr oaus: than that of ir regular milking- Any circumtnce tending to produce uneasi ness, ram. inflamation, cr in any manner affect ing the animal wnea unpleasiatly. results in injury to the milk Testis, and cowb frequently gi evidence of intense ?uffering from only a lutle unusual delay in milking. In the fluch of the eewn when the ui lers are fully d it-tended it is extremely cruel, to say nothing of the un profitableness of such a course, to let the cows go unmitke...

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