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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 3 June 1870

iara Snow. ,ft little valley, lDn-h& theer Iilnli and green, ,hVerlv morrnnc biee-joms, Xn; their pe-li in lhe " . I rf f'rf ml"W-Urk Is singing 1- -u h the orchards, white with bloom. J,' the 'gent I breeia if stirrtn;, tfitb wreath of clad perfume, j.j ft . ttajre, brown and1 low, uur gentle Clara Snow. Taere : neither pomp ner splendor r -gn-i tfcat humble niftlc home, I'd: tin' roses lore to wander it erthat antiquated dome ; YatU , m the balmy morning, t'iara.? frtgib lorm la f cen ; i? nether ray nor da4biog, c the. calTher',Httle queen;" Kaire-t of tlie flowers we knew, If our gentle Clara Snow. You hare en the little maMen W he re the flowers were rich awl rare, boci. her ica of bright eat mofhioe. And 1, r i.ealtb of gulden hair, Shv h i nether iUf doi jewel?, bhf it of a modrat mien, Sin- hat neither throne nor noeptre, . el they s.y ahe 1 a " queen ," Strangers whisper ai tftey 0, "Then li gentle ClaraSnow.' Von most know ber qaeenly title, Wh amid the flowers o fair,...

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 June 1870

57 Q. BENEDICT. Enrron. Kpulllsbed every Friday morairgbr THE FREE PRESS ASSOCIATION College M llnrlln!:,n' ' TERL'S Two Dollars Vear " "...nee. TseWeeeltFrs. r ft""f"" "V week, th. latest news, 11 "X1 St,B1V"' ""ff .... Mitala. choice selected Miscellany, tales, .L.it.. tr.ic Market ReiH.rU.Ntw v,ork and Boston Stock and General Markets ; Cambridge Ca'tleMarlet. it. Albans l'-utter Market, kc; ar ticles cd A-Ticulturltl."'l0: thing goin; ,.V. no a VALUABLE FAMILY fATER. H is print ed on a large 36-colomn sheet, and contains more reaJIng matter thin any paper inthij part cf tie country. Address all orders to THE FREE PRESS ASSOCIATION, EtTlLIGTOS:, T. .NOTICE TO SL'llSCKIItEKN. When jeu rend word to hare your pott-offioe ad dress chanced, always jrlvo the post-oifiee to which your paper has been sent, aa well as the one you wUh It rent to. Every subscriber Is Informed when his subscrip tion expires, every week, by the printed label bear in; his name. Remittance of subscription for 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. — 3 June 1870

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS,' FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 3, 1870. ' BrKLl-TO-VAXDVIdXITr. l!I.lCA.V COU.VTV CONVEX- In-cn Republican Voters of Chittenden sre requested to meet in Convention hy '"'"'SeletaW. tr"J" naU' B11"!011' ou Sltor :"ji,ne 23tli, H70t at 11 o'clock 4. x., to somin- ll.liaaw 'o " Mir eosum;, and to transact any other bnslno'a ... ni proper hen met. Ic conformity with the role heretofore adapted ... fe(cralt.twn? will be entitled to delegates as 4 Milton 11 25 Richmond " 7 Shelburn 5 1" Bo Burlinston 9 SLItoorze Underbill 9 Westford 6 10 Will Man " Total 30- r ,rl Me , V-ier II uo'.urj DuntinirU': Jericho The IMesates will provide tbemselvee with lir ,sr c.-cJtntllsfroBi their aevfral town caucuses. A. II. CHB5SM0RB, ) c.untv Burlington. Vt., May 31st, 147u. Rh-hmoxd Brrres Mihket At market on Monday about 200 boxes cheese sold from fi to lft cents for skimmed and 1 tj 12 1-2 cents for new milk, and 150 tabs butter from 21 to :!( cents. The next nnnud meeting of th...

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. — 3 June 1870

jGRlCULTURAL. f Iks tjapij. 1 Jf bTrt .LousatiJ, tj stirring tLe sail -Hivalcr , is nut In. and there never was a It .ill save much labor by and lv. 1 'n(" the improvement of the toil bceiJ Inrriraa ISV5 V " , ,. fellows : 1 how a Siting these 1 inJ geatlT p tmranunuerneatn vcias fiUilto the tranche, itiinJei. This I the pan an the arc nnmcrou". .... ir jii dooncea w . tie worms I 10 lUlb .J . -i..v ml have all the currants I want. 1 bUtW, Hkavt Maxnuso Peter IknJerstn, the oclefcratcd Xtw Vork market gardener, says We use every spring at least seventy-five torn cf well rotted manure per acre, or alternate it with 1,200 pounds of the best Peruvian guaao, or S00O pounds of crushed bene. It takes about three years to bring ordinary farm land into the high state cf cultivation necessary for successful market girdcning." ArriE Trjs IVorhs of various kin-Is and many other of the enemies of the fruit crop de mand theeam(t attention of the fruit grower at this time. The weather for several...

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. — 10 June 1870

r oldttT Graves May 30th, 110. -vjv ..or people gather 1',-oai many a peaceful home, rfnm iitd-ud, plain and valley, ff tii willies hearts they come. TV-la-i oar people either Their holdier-a' cures to view, VTiiile "r the tomhs of many They flora frns ttrew. To deck with brightee t flowers Each sasrtyTea hero'j rive. Who, fifhting for oar country. Hi j iifo tbu nobly gave. A;.- mscy b-sarts among us Airssh will mourn tonlay For others, braitly fallen, Whose graves are far away. Ne'er decked with wreath or garlaan. Alone, uninotcn tb-ey be, L ntttpt .y fned Of landrti Beneath a scmhera sky. Xr monument or tombstone May mark the place they sleep, No aetiin? hearts of loved one. Above thorn, erer weep, But Id our thoughts we cherish A acred bun&i-prt. Where names of those tfciu &IIoa, No lapse of time efface. And oft, in fancy stealing, Betid this sacred wound, With grief aim art unspoken. Are many mourner found. To every Iff a' nnidtrr We'd gratrful tnhvie give Whether they 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. — 10 June 1870

I imZwTOS, FRIDAY. JCyCllSTg- 0. 0. BENEDICT. Editor. -SeWKasLr krei: run" Ji puMialieJ every Friday moretaz by THE FREE PRESS ASSOCIATION Collrcr St., UitrlinBto". ' T.RVS: Vcar In Advance. Two Dollar a TmWjMLTFREE rirf contains every ., the Ut-it news, Wl and State Sews, Corre-pond-,-ce Edittrials.ehoiee selected Miscellany, tales, fWtcbe,jW.o- Market Report ; .New York and BMt-a Stock and GeIlerJ Ml" i Cambridge Cattle Market; Ft. Albans Butter Market, ic; ar ticles on Asncaltaral tuples, and ever' th'BS KlnS to mate "P k vaiSASLa ran ilr rana. It ij rrint ed on a largo 36olamn sheet, and oo&Uins core readlce natter than any payer In this part of the country. Address all orders to TUG FREE PRESS ASSOCIATION, llCRUsarOS, Vt. REfl'HI.ICAX UNION STATS CON VENTION. A RetsuWlcau Union State Oonvnton will bo held at BlTELUflTO'.OnWeDIE'.Dir. Jcvicad. 1570, at 11 oV'eck A. M to nominate candidates tor liovern cr, LieataantGoTernorandTraa"er. to be sup ported at tfa State election in...

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 June 1870

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 10, 1870. ,CT0 AND VICIXlTr. btkM j piMnt for gloTes his been grant- PiTIVI,,n L. Whittenof Essei, the patent i Mr beuiof -.Mr. S. V. r&rthnrtt tales tie .cats! tr PwlT Downer as conduct- thr ,s S5 train, going south. Mr. rrk- jjr5, , an eicellent conductor, and x gentle 0mi in ererj tense. TimVr utiTe in this market. Shepsxd, In..' Cu commenced this week to run their f planing raiTl night and dsy, in order to keep ar with tte;r o:Jers. The s.les of lumber at ,h - p int thi" spring hive been at least 3,000, . ' feet more thin last season at the correspond-r- time. i 1 eij roa Teial. Mr. Abraham Marlow of i Di.Thi'.l, hl a hearing before Commissioner J M. SmnUty in the District Conrt room in thi citj Tuesday, and was held in iZM bonda to ap pear for trial at the July term of the United States District Court in Windsor, to answer to the eharge of a breach of the neutrality law during the last Fenian raid. Ge. O'Seili. Abraiokeo...

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 June 1870

iGRICn.TCKlL. .tjrlcal'tiral Implements, lie farmer's EurpE for profit u 'mlU ' Ust, probably less than Oat cfanj other class crmenintheUnJ.Mi.lis secure-! onlj by US of the iett Ubor siring imrl"fn,s- The aivsnce in the wsges of laboring men daring the list twenty years, hts teen w great that nearly every contiOTl.!e firmer in our section ofooomrjaurt hate been financully, but for the vonJgrM taprvvecent in imple ment! aJiptcd to his u W us compare for il lustration, tie ploughs iu use twerty-fiie or thirty year- ago with one of the scientifically de signed "and artistically constructed " Kolbrook's National I'rite rioughj," a Vermont invention ty the way, and the condition ia which they respectiveiy leave the soil for after cultivation. In the one cae it was thought well done if the ntH looted "pretty dirty," through tufts of en and weeds were to be seen all over it ; the other it is considerel not well done unless the soil is both completely turned over, and thesvugkVf palveriied...

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. — 17 June 1870

fc: cCT Cot The Itolitns. , 11 apo3 tbo housetop, an anwer from Th f ",'f?rh; !n the Rihlc-e. & twitter In the Thf'; JTicr- ub my heirt, at sound of these, Th-" o iB9 a namele. thrill, .ireet a odtr to tbe rose, ilr - r.uro to tbe bill, V -j ii these joyous mornings Mi heart pour forth IhtaHraU; - ( 1 tileu the dear old robins V)i ha e cime back again." rV the bring a thought of ', ef dreamy, of nut.otf king-cups in the tieo haze . iw, ma Wag a gob A loosing for tbo clover blooms. Fur rj& ail aglow, F-r fragrant blossoms whre the bK With droning murmurs go; I ..ream of all tbe beautiw Of summer's colden reign, Ao sins "tied keep the robin, Who bare come back again." Kartell to May. BT A1S1E D.AEKEK. Among the falling apple flowers The mateu robins ting ; The hyaoinths are fading ft It i the last of ttpnn? : Its sweet, last day ' " Oh . why, Fair maiden J4av," we si ;h, " Wilt thou not tinser" bush for Jane D slays nnul rite jro , And we mast see tbe vi t.t-t 'ie Before we pl...

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 June 1870

" BITRLI.VGTO.V. FRIDAY. JUNE 17, 1870 0. 0. BENEDICT. Editoh. THE WEKKI.V (BEB 1,RE,! Is published every Friday morning by THE FREE PRESS ASSOCIATION. Coll.ge St., narlliipl-"'-. VI. TERMS. To I)o!lar a Vear in Advance. TBI Wecklt Fbec Pr" contains erery week, the latest news, Loal and "" C-P-es-e, Editorials, choice selected MUcelluiy, tales, sketches, poetry, ic Market HepoiU i New York and Botum Stock and General Mukets ; Cambridge Cattle Market; St. Aloans Butter Market, C; ar ticlca on Acrtealtaral lopies. and every thing going to make up a valuable ranlLT rAFER. It U print ed on a Urge rsVeolanin sheet, aid coctaini more resting matter than any paper In this part of the country. Address all order to THE FREE PRESS ASSOCIATION, BCRUIGTOf, Vt. .NOTICE TO SL1IM;IUI!F.IIS. When yon rend word to hare your postoffiee ad dress changed, always give the poet-ffice to which your paper ha. been sent, s well as tbe one you with it sent to. Erery subscriber is Informed when hie subscrip t...

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 June 1870

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, .TUNE 17, 18' Imeot. The connsil of censors is ticleef'Bjtmters, and the people haTe conn" ' for each of them, but if this iberigo' ' ,i0p!ed. we arc to put it in the iroent""',M "KMt(, t0 propose the amendments, pJ,erjr ,f men elected by the freemen of each !l ",tui not by a general ticket by the WKt ,i,r h!e SUtC- ,honSbt th'" Ii be unjust to the people, an 1 abridge their tfht. He hoped the good sense cf this con lion "uld reject the amendment Mr Walt a of MentpeJier, said he gave the sat'enun from Darlington crelit for the a lroit 7jt with which he hal avoided the real que- .. ,ftiminted to answer artnimpr.tB h. Mr. , L lJit i he present sjsttm, the delegates . ,lc" OT mt , 'T , ..... , ,,hec nent:..iaio consider the articles of Mr- Cleveland of ' Brow field miJ that after , loiem.n elected hy the iwne for the having listened to the able remxrks on each side tl re., pun.-' ofcawlenns the amendments, befelt tbat he would bebut a pi...

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 June 1870

Longing. Of all tie mj riad moodi of m'nd That throag'i the soul caine Uira-' W bleb ewe was eVr so dear, so Lino, beautiful as Longloj T TSe thine we loiag fwr, that e r-?. For bDe truss fenlent t&tMceut ; rtetore tl TrertBt, poor an i '1re' Can male it's MieriDcoffiDieiiM Still, throajb oar paltry stir ami strife, Gmwici.wntb wished Ideal. . . And lono: moulds lalv iu Oar. ee in the marble tmI . Tt 1ft the new lift it, we k Dtt-.re nu"t cp the port. , Par hail? the lvin? t het" JleJ make te soul Isaiikiital. LmoS .6 jod frL heavenward will. With Mir fjor rtiinT MrvhiS. We queued ft that "till CwUet with merely "f"S Eel would we learn that hwrt'i fall scop. Wbleti we re hourlv wroninR, Our lives nnut chain from taupe to hope. And realize oar lunging. Ah ! let m btyo that to oar 1 ra.e Oood God not on y rackon The memmt when v tread his w Bat when the spirit Wooi. That busk alight .rood la also wrous'it Beyond atisfeilo&. When we are simpl,, ptod is thoncht, Hore er we Jail ...

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 June 1870

From the N V. Standard. .1: oflIe Cal Or, TIip Rattle of the Bonier, tm eleven oVock awl mere s, the witch tb&t Murphy wore -v oar m-n vrre -tin-let ed ir. And oar rfnrate did eombine, r- -tit f tfn'Bft Kiebarfi hyuse, rR auiet as a icou.e : DntbttrurseOitrdidrfturt - reAr tlic Bonier Line. 11. Full tw.oe a hundred men W 1 1 11 1 ice fit t y to Id again j-i-i vn marphal on the p a-n H ms sow! tbe tl'tH iru fine 1 AU br bt In martial (been, tviur. a eu was never Mn Like toe v eann ot the Green On U" Border Uae. Out rpafce Gtwcal O'Nail Br .ve bojc you'll never quailf Tian't In 3 our eyes to fait Whao yvu see the suaburit abh l While oarfli4 la 1 uaf irlM To the alt nlion 1 the -rui-ruld. Ere me lnlmy u hurled From tlie Borte' Line Then brave Crwan said, ' Me ffind, ThisfltilwUldtfind- Oa that woe jou may depiaa. Rain or ah ice 80, euotint we u& oar wy J For, lot hap what happen taT. Sure our uinrals h d tccr say On the Border iine. Bat whist ' the divu take Tne ascaiin fjr 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. — 24 June 1870

m THE BURLINGTON. VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 24, 1870. BURLI.VCTO.V. FRIDAY". J USE SlWJO 0. Q. BENEDICT. Editor. THE WEEKI.V FREE PBES" Is published" every Friday momin S fcr IHE FREE PRESS AbSOCIAno.". . College !., BurIinRnt v'- Two Dollar n Vear in Advance. T&k ffixctr Fro rUsT contain, every week, the latest news, Local end StaU-News, C.pcwl. cues, RatorlaL), choice .elected MisceUwy, tal .ketches, poetry, a c Market Reports .hew T,ork and Boiton Stock aod General Market. , Cambridge Cattle Market; St. Albans Butter Mirk et, 4c.; ar Mm on AzrfcultnrAl top.e. and every thin;; solus to make up a valuable ramt-T paper. It is print ed on a iarje 36olair.n sheet, and contains rare rtiinz matter than any paper in this part of the country. Address all orders to THE FREE PRESS ASSOCIATION. Bcrlugtov, Vt. tide the vote was, ayes 124, nays 83. Among the ayes are the name of many delegates from mall towns, whoso voted on the plea, industri ously urged, that there is no dang...

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 June 1870

! ir(tLl.NCTO.V Axn VICIMTr. lit Fonrth In Bu.-litulon. vfr arc fi,rmcJ fcy Uie Committte cf Arrang ed Fire Department, that everything 31 . (ur for a Urge attendance, anil a cekbra ' tit wif E'ie satisfaction to all that may ,-0Opinies from SL Albans, Rutland, Water jury, ruttsburgh, Montpelier and Northfield tte TJti to be present with their en gines. A n jmi'er of other companies hate also signified e.r intention to do so. The steamer Cam Is has been charterel to ng an excursion party from Rouses Point and tu iteamers Montreal and Oliver Bascom to iDg parties from Whitehall. The regular line .learners of tbe Champlain Transportation Com pany will also run exoursion trips to Burlington , and the Rutland and Vt. Central railroads ex cursion trains. The engines, when competing, will draw water from a tank in the northeast corner of the Park, and the "stream platform" will be placed in front of the Court House and i ny Hall, thus af fording a Sne opportunity for the playing to be wit...

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 June 1870

ThDy "' rr ' Ob. n1o!1el?'TS"'t'ri:lc'1 nm ip? Brmhd4hUU..!r itori;r! , l,rUrSrfdSiSec.l.. The snmniVssunnv skies, j . .. . ..s tintitobor- i dial hnurs that eme: taeir ru. , From seme illnm.neu paic "tiWM to-insrrow. rtri.htiais that never la:. 1...,". Da s that return no mure. Fair ttr Jens, with their many ""f,. . I" blosrwed allej s, Ana red ripe roue- ""'"-- 'e.ed valleys. nverT. M,Se. beachee OVr iLOorlanCS h m ZTa "tr nL JK.fiVd'rp-th.i.J.dcp.rteo. The oy gone hapPJ - jtinrembennj i;ir."CATioxAi.. Eeuember the meeting of tic Chittenden Count; Teachers Association, on Fridsj and Saturday of neat well, at Vfillttton. The Annual Announcement of the Normal School at Randolph is issued, and may be hat on application to liiward Conant, Principal. The sshool has three teachers, betides (pedal in structors in penmanship, music and drawing, and lecture", by X. L. Boyden, Esq., on the us ages of Vermont Courts. TLe Fall Term begins the fourth WelnesJiy in August. Fjghty-fo graJuatcs ha...

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

1 . Mrn.nrlng the tlaby. a-, n-aurod the riotous raby w . the ottajra wall . i , tow at the torechold. AC ' aji"t Mtiil ' . .-tir lily, ikitU .iw of purple and gold, t0.i n ifrt ! ne a jewelled chalice, TCr irjgrantdew to hold. ir ut the bluebird whistled iiiti op Id tli t old roof-trees, AM iv a (1 iro at the w lodow Tne red roe ro'feed her bees , Ar I the wee pint fiati 01 the I'aby Were never a moment stilt, Search. n,; at "hine and shadow That danced oo the lattice ttlU' !i.,r c were w.de as bluebells ms Mi"Utti like a flower unblown T- I tle turn ittjt, like funny white mice, IVcici nut trom h;s snowy gown ; An we tbou'ht, with a thrill of rapture Thai j l Ual a touch or twin. When Jane roils around with her rows, V.e .1 nieas ore the U,y again. Ah Die 1 a a darkened chamber, Vita the sunshine Fbut away, Throuih tears that fell hire a bitter ram, Ve bieamred the boy to day , And the little bare leet, that were dimpled And sweet aj a budding rose, Lsy fide by aide together. In t...

Publication Title: Burlington Weekly Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington weekly free press. — 1 July 1870

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY BUBUKGTON. FRIDAY. JULV I.SW G. Q. BENEDICT. Editoh. .IIES -itl IVEEKLT FREE Ij published every Friday moraine fcr THE FREE PRESS ASSOCIATION College SI., Hurll'"s TBRHSi Tto Dollars BVear in Advance. TeWLrF Pm "r3' J ,h. latest news, Led sut V'.T" ""f0, ".. Editorials, oi selected JItallr.UI. .ketch-., poetry. c Market Rcporti ..w Vjrk "nd Boston-Stock 4 General Market. ; Cambridge Cattle Market! . Albans Butter Market, 1c. ar tlclel cn .lETfeultoral topics, and every thins going to make tip a valuable raitlLT papir. It ij print ed on a large 3frcolumn sheet, and contain! more reading matter than any paper In this part of tie country. Address all orders to T1IE FREE PRESS AbSOCIATIOX, UCBUKGrOS, VT. 0T1CE TO SUHsCIUllEBS. When yon send word to have your post-office ad dress changed, always tire the poet-office to which your paper has been sent, as well a the one jou wish it sent to. Every subscriber is informed when his subscrip...

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 July 1870

r THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 1, 1870. t fjunl fotii rtilloii. i r .1.:-o i TW Btf- j jlC,n tonvenuoa Ol 11113 wumj uu . J ''tri",' . I bv fall defecations. It was alo ; L.u body, every nomination but three je by acclarnvtion and unanimously, an 1 , n which ballots were tixen being made un. deciled. For Senator on the rth aiae if the riter, but one name was pre- 3. uM'f Mr. Kennedy, who will make a . . . . .'. .. . 1 independent ana exwwntcenator.; , -i . ltxM m io preseiiieu. i ..h.lf of Dr. Miles, it was urg-d thatHine- ,. entitled to a Senator, and that Will,.. I n in prei-emicg a candidate wis trying to take t a' lion's share. Willwtim d.!claanied any such ,vent nn, &al urgd her mat: as a representa i ve of the preat fanning interest, which, unlets m wa.- m nunaUd, would hare no repreeoUtiw fr m th - count j in the Senate. This view of i:iecisi,juiwJ witU Mr. Biowneil videac , iitA.1-- in the county, and the earnest nes w. which his many personal fr...

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 July 1870

THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 1, 1870. A Karpmmt. The Me"ed damnel leaned oat From tbe cold bar or Ilesren , Her ej " were deeper than tbe depth Of waters stilled at even . be had three lll-cs fo her hand. And the stirs In her hair were seren Ilf r ro V. unrirt from clasp to hem. wreuiit flowers did adorn. But a white tare of )Iry' gift For sernce incetly worn . Her hair that l.y alone her back Was j eltow like ripe coro Her seemed she scares had been One of God's euorbters. The wander w as not J et unit ROno ima that still lcok others. AIWU, to tkeea she left, her day llad ootuiWd as ten 3 ars.-e"Ki. LITER R" NOTE. The book snania is a straqge tnaJness, but one wrtii which ire fin it easier to sjmpathiie than with 1 be pay 4 ion of toe one-idea 1 naturalist for shells or bogs or muses. It must be pleasant to be able to show to onVs frien la tbe only per fect copy I nown of some once famous Tolume, or tbe oompletest collection extant of tbe works of srae earl...

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