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THE BURLINGTON FREE JTiESS : THURSDAY . AUGUST 21, 11)02.
COURT ANDJURY LIST Gaios Bet for Trial at tho Beptombor Term of Court, Tlio following cases have boon sot for trial at the September term of county courty couit. Tlio lists were completed 1-rldav at tho county clerk's oflico and ure being printed for insertion In the docket; Jury calendar Kugene Mead vs. l-.dwnrd M. Barlow. 11. W. Allen vs, Isabello M. Harlow, John S. Wllkln, ndmr. vs. . W. Hrock and U K. Uossllle. John 11. Marker, vs. McKennon Hros. A Co.. 11. J. White vs. tl'llileti . Sbeebnn. Max 1,. l'uwell VS. 11. U. Hlshot). Joscnh M. Htrrlck vs. Uns.ll Nnnh. I,nke Chamnlaln Provision Co. vs. Id. S. Towne, Eugene Gosselln s. Louis O. Tcteraon, J. II. Hootli vs. u linen ou Hhcchnn, l'eter I-. day vs. Samuel lieutf wan, Kortliern Provision Co. vb. l-'red Kob- i-rts J. r. Lyon vs. Thomas iwueneii, w.v J Cote, ndmr. vs. Sliepard & Morse Hunt liur Co., Alexander Hordo s. W, F. Willis, I "WrouKlH Iron llatigo Co. vs. luls J. and Joseph Sander, Mnrthu. Clallln vs. K. I'. I l.undevllle, U P. Terrlll s. P. V. THIIsoii, A. 15. Drown vs. James Snyder, Ho Joseph I linlcy's will vs. Elizabeth Morrill, Spauld ing, Kimball A Co. vs. 11. A. Whltehill, 1 Ilugcrte P. Moore vs. Killings dumber Co., K. Spear A Son vs. N. A. Johns, Spauluint, l-wimball &' Co. vs. 11, A. Whltehill, Prank A. Halro vs. M. J. Perry, M. J. I'crry vs. , Prank A. Ilnlro, Ijlbby lrtrrlck vs. r.raiim Union, Llbby Horrlck vs. Knlvln Vnlnn, Patrick Spvnce vs. Thomas Kelley, David I J.amora vs. John 8. Jones, Shepnrd dir. Horse Lumber Co, vs. William Itlondln, Curtis Eno vs. Ambroso Tatro, George 1-ote vs, l.nura Heerher, White & Connors vs. Morton Goodrich, lite hard 1 loose s. Goorge R Trlndle, Fred Mnnnette vs. Pe ter Lallamme, Honora Wright vs. John J. ! 1-i.vnn, Henry liallatd vs. ISutluiul Hall road comp.-.ny. Court esses Henry IlnUuid vs. George II. I'elanev. funnel A. Andrews vs. G.-oiga W. Hnlidnll, Hradley Kortlll7.fr Co. vs. Ira A. Thorp, Henry Mallard vs. J. J. Kmisht, T, ti. nnd A. J. Hathaway vs. IMtluml Canadlnn railroad, P. Howes Co. vs George M. Delaney, Ira V. Thorp vs. j J inn 11. Thorp. Horace G. han. vs. 1 lidinns Heeves, J. H. Thorp vs. estate of i W. Thoip, V. T. Miles vs town of llurd iek, David Shadrlek vs. Kate Peaihnan, 1 nw.ird National bank vs. McCargcr 1 'helps, estate (if Jnhu Hall, I'otnellus P. Jihoelcs, apt., George v. l-'oHer vs. IIhs.-.t. V right. .Sum Grossman vs. S. H. Miller, George S. Strong vs. Trepla West and Tr., G -orge S. Clerklns vs. Ida S. W. Wllmcr fnn, Benjamin H. C.irpenter vs. Slulljii.no . o-opeiathe Creamery Co., Kelgar T. ,1a ' is vs. Charles W. Jacobs and Tr., Dan Id nnd James McLaughlin vs. Elon J I. l'routy's estate, 10. Prank v. "'I.r..B Jills's estate. A. J. Fudge ,t Co. vs. Wilt-on & Johnson, A. W. Hear Commission i o. vs. INoti .t Johnson, Frank Hyde H Co. vs. Wilson & Johnson, Horace Tyler i Pay H. Calkins, H, K. Hlee & Co. vs. Frederick C. Kennedy, Thorn is llnllor.ui s. Margaret A. Kennedy's cstat?. Wrought j (uj j.iii:u cuniiiniiy v.-, i.ewis J. r id Joseph S.mdeis, S. I'-. Ter lill s. T. P. Tllllson, Hnilly F. I "Well vs. Gurse M. Howell, (luirge S. 3 oster .1. S. Derwny, F. G. Terrlll, ii 'mr . vs. Michael .Murphy, J. W. A- ,1, V.. J ady vs. l ihvln K. llson and William i Jrihnon. K. H. Walker vs. J.ona It. Anlker, Lillian M. Drown vs. Gioritc C P.rcwn. Mary A Pln.if vs. David Pl'.of, Mason ,t 'o. vs. French, Wetherby & Co. 1 iiiisr M rvneder vs. Anton Hoeder, Ho?o 3 1 I,n-cnc vs. Marshall l.avene, Kiln S. If-rkclfj vp. Frrd 11. Herkeley, Eva lomlis vs. William K. ftiumti'. J. nnd W Agnrw vs. Max and .loo Agel. Wlnooskl 'lugs baik vs. Sherwln M. Flint, Green Mountain Junk Co. vs. J. nnd W. Agnew Hurst .c.- Co. vs. Wilson Johnson, Henry C Hill Co. vs. WIImiii ,il Johnson, l.ll.bv Herri h vs. Frwln t'nlon, l.lbhy Herrk ii s. SaKIn Fnlon, Mary 1. Hans vs. Alphms Haas, John Herim.ind vr. Hubert ,7. lb d mond, fipfir Pros. -s. Hygiene Milk Co., MeCoimlcl; Harvesting Machine (. vs. Kllza H. May. Mary I. Mah,-w vs, itnlbn It Mayhew, M. G. Itosenberg vs. Fnono 1 . Fowler, Allen Voung X- Co. vs. F. W. Hissan, I. W. Jewett Son s. Hamilton Corhett A- Co., V. V. Main & Co. vs. N. P. Noah, Mary Jennings Austin vs. Fred 1 1. Austin, Hose Hhnckett vs. Alexander Fhackott. James F. Townsend ,t Co. vs. A llson & Johnson. FOUR MONTHS AT RUTLAND. Adalas Martslln Bontencrt In City Court for Fotlt Lircnnv. - Adalns Martelle ptole a watch valued nt J5 and a pair of gloves valued at SI and three collars valued at So cents from Mrs. avoie of Walnut street and as a result was sentenced Friday to serve not less than two nnd one half nor more than thren months In thn House of Correction at Hut lnnd. He was also tnxed the costs of flow, which he cannot pay nnd will hae to s rve the alternate sentence of 30 days, which HI glvo him a season of four months In Hutland. Martelle Ptolp the property August ID. Tr- waited about th Savnie rold"nce until lie saw all the people leave ntd then walk ed in nnd helped blrnstlf. The watch ho mi i ceris, oiu ine r ' t oi tne prop erly he had net disposed cf. Tie has been li'k from the House e.f Cirrectlon only rbout two months, his first senleire bdni? for a similar offence. DR. WEBB'S HORSE INTERESTS Mr. S. W . Stlllman, Ono of tho Most Ex port Helnsmin in tho Country, Now Chnrfro. Mr. F. AV. StlUwell who associated hlm felf with Dr. Webb some cightien months fgo, takb.g charge- of the consignment of Cnllfornia bred snililli. horses which re e ntly brought such phenomenal figures at New York, has been placed In charge of nil tho hoisc Intrresls on She limine F.nms. Joth at the private nnd breedlng stahl,-s. This position which Is purely rupct vision al does nut abrogate the en gauization at either of the above departments, but Is in the nature of an assistance to thu manage -hi'-nt so that the horse Interests may bo t-'iven due attention. Mr. Stlllwcll who 1m well qualified and one of the most expert reinsmm In the country, will give his indi Mdiial attention to these Interests. Mr. Stlllwcll hnnelles six or eight in hand as easily ns most people handle a single or pair. In fact the re is no hat ness he Is not master of, anil scliollng tinier his ell rex -Hons means manners in harness or under taddle. DEMOCRAT WOPDD NOT SRRVU. Charles Wakefield has declined the dem ocratic nomination for county commission, cr In Addison county, nnel tho vaciiu y h m been filled by the nomination of Arthur VS, Cushman of Lincoln. - St. Albans Mcssn tor. rrnmrririvvi Turniture Hall. YOU 'HE SURE of finding just Miat you need if it's Turniture. Find it easier. Find it quicker. Find it better. Find it cheaper. Then, too, satisfaction isn't the exceptionit's the rule at the Dip, Store. GEO. A. HALL, 212 and 214 College Street. "BURLINGTON, VT. An easy step from Church Street. MB Gives point to the fact that excessive or irregular eating disturbs tho digestion. NiRhtmnreor night hog has it's day time correspondence in the undue fullness after eating, with th bclohiugs and sour or bitter rising so often experienced after too hasty or too henrty nating. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery cures dyspepsia and other diseases of the stomnch and its allied organs of diges tion and nutrition. When these diseases are cured, the whole body shares in the increased strength derived from food properly digested and perfectly assimil ated. "Vonr 'GoMtn Medical Mteovery' and Dr. Part's Cotarrh Rcmcdr l"ve been of crent benefit to me." wrllM (Trof ) Plennant A. Oflver of Viola, Pulton Co., Ark. "Before I lined the above mentioned remedies ray sleep w.n not sound ; digestion bud a continued feeling of inhery. 1 now feel like n new man. Any one in ned of medlesl treatment for aassl eaturrh conld do no better than to take treatment of Vr R. V. IMeree t know his fncdlcinea are all ri(tht In this Class of diseases." Sometimes a dealer tempted by the little more profit paid on the sale of less meritorious medicines will offer the cus tomer a substitute as being "just as good" as the "Discovery." It is better for him because it pays better, but it is no trnnil fnr ViMl if vnil Wflllt thl ,lot ns 00,i for votli jf you want the ,J!:M ,i,, i,:. -.,TA n!l,.n nnel medicine tint has cwrea others, ami which vou believe will cure you. Dr. f'ierce's Pleasant Pellets cleanse the clocked system from accumulated impurities. FORESTER'S CLAMBAKE Larsroly Attended nnd thn Usual Groat Success. TliM nnniml rlnm li.ikp nf Court Hllrllncr- ton No. Foresters of America, was held Thursday at Island Park nnd was a big success. Preparations hud been made lor a big crowd and the crowd was thero to enjoy tho etent. The weather could not hav been more auspicious for such an oc casion and as a result thera was not a dull mommt during the day. Ivarly In the morning tho members nf the nidi r, headed hv Sheiinnn's band gao a parade through some of the stieets of the city and then marched to the station. wheie thev honrdc-d a special tialn at S...U o'clock. There weu over 150 people on that tialn. At U:3 the regular train c.ir rled about Sft'i and the second special nt 1 o'clock carried about 1,"u mole. There wcio many people at the park from tho stir rounding towns and It Is estimated that over l.cm people were fed The Pake was served under a tilir tent and the crowd was handled in an excellent man ner. The clams and other edibles hail been piepaicd by Hdwnrd Allen of Albany. N. ., who had a corps of ten assistants. Tho first bake was r ady nt about 12 o'cloi k and the second about 3 o'clock. Thero were J'.ftiU clams, 2,MM ears of coin, lull pounds of link snusage, a eiuanllty of chicken, swei t anil white potatoes and other fiesbnients. 'J he bake was served in who baskets and was of such a character as to elicit praise from every one. Dining tho day the band played for dancing in the pavilion. In the contract which the ollleeis of Court Hiirllngton made with the Hutland rail road management, the regular train due hi Hiirllngton at 7 :S0 o'clock was to stop at lie paik at i,:55 for those who wished to re turn at that hour. It was so advertised and many would not have gone under any other arrangement. About one-half of tho people ,it the park lined up to boaid the tram, which, however, did not stop and all bad to return on a special train which r ache d Hinlingtnn at 'j o'clock. Many ex pi -sinns of dissatisfaction were lirarel but tlvw should be directed toward the rail road ollicials rather than towards thu For esters. GRAND AND PETIT JURORS Panol for tho September Term of Chit tenden County Court. The grand and petit Jiltors for the Kep teniner term of Chittenden County Ceiuelt weie drawn Thurselay afteMiioon nt tho county clerk's oirice. The grand Jurors are as follows; liolton, James H. .Smith; Hur- llngtein, Illrani II. Heynolels, K. 1. Shaw, a,i j.tnls 11. Turk, Charlotte, William Poole, Colchester, William D. Munsnn; i:srex, F. W. Hall; Illncsburgh, M, '. Hemlngton; Huntington, O, 11. Kills; .le-ii-cho, Jesse Gloyd, .Milton, II. H. Fullei , Richmond, p. W, Fay; Shelhurne, Cuitis 1,. Page; .South Hiirllngton, Jra Ii. Hroni lev; .St. George, K O. Teirlll; Fiiilcrhlll, C. M. Mead, Westford, Irving F. Hobart; Wllllston, Charles I). Warren. The petit jurors are the following: Hoi ton. 15. H. Kablns: Hiirllngton, George D. Kberwln. James W, MndlR.m, II. P. Low ell and .Hunts 15. Hussell; Charlotte, F. A. Klllson ami Janus Toner; Colchester, A. SS. W-bb. A. M. Wheeler ami C W. Wiighl; Fsse x. 15. D. P.akr.r, H. W. Ayers and .lev 1. Nichols; lllnesburgh, Mark Glynn aed A. H. .Stearns; Huntington, H. Ii. Hrcw ster nnd J. T. Hprague; Jericho, F. V. Pease, p, p. Pcreival and Kugeno Curtis; Milton, Alfred Wnshburno. C. II. Jack son and John P.. 1'llnn; Hlc-limond, Heniy W. Hates ami N. C. Kenyon; South Hiir llngton, Walter Tapper; St. George, Itollln P.. For he-s. Pnelerblll. lle-nton J. Melc.ilf mid William Flynn; Westford, Herbert T. Fay and Frank 11. .Smith, Willlstuu, Jes, II. Hushnell and Albert A. Hllss, $25,00 Round Trip to Denver, $35.00 to G-lonwood Springs and return: Hn.fiO to Salt Hake and Ogelen and return from CIiUmbo: via Chicago ,i North-W est ern Hallway. Selling on certain elates dur ing July, August nnd Septe-mber, gooel until October 31 to return, Two trains a day to Denver, threo trains dally to Ogden ami Salt Hake. Tho best of everything, Writ" for booklet, "Colorado Illustrated' For rates anil reservation apply to your neare t ticket agent or address. J 15, lirlttnln, 3i5S Washington street, Poston, Mass, t,w5t m n i n Minim n i i ii ACCEPTS NOMINATION Dr. A, P. Grlnnoll Will H Democratic Cnmlldivte for Roprosontnttvo. Dr. A. P. Orlnnel! received official notifi cation of his nomlimllnn by the democrats as a candidate for city representative nnd Immediately wrote tho following letter of acceptance; August IS, 19U. Prentiss C. Dodge, Secretnty Democratic City Caucus, Hiirllngton, Vt Diar Sir: I am In iccelpt of your letter of the ISth Inst., informing mo of my nomination by tho democratic city caucus held August ltj, ns candidate to represent tho city of Hiirllngton at tho next session of tho Ver mont J.ogl.slaturo. 1 accept tho honor conferred upon me, which was unsolicited and unexpected, but In accepting It I desire to place myself squarely beforo tho public regarding tho position 1 occupy respecting the pltufoini adopted by tho Stnto democratic conven tion hold In July, 1902. Thero Is no plank In that platform which I do not fully approve nnd accept. That portion of tlio platform relating to tho question of prohibition or local option (tho only Issue nppatently beforo the voters of tho Stnto to-day) expresses my senti ments In regard to tho matter, nnd 1 wish It to bo understood that after witnessing tho execution of tho present piohlbllory law for thirty years I am convinced of Its InelHrlcncy in controlling the trnlllc In al coholic st mulnnts. that It never lias and never can be enforced and therefore should be repenltd. It may bo nn experiment In enacting some other law as a sulistltuto lor mo ntesent one. hut In my opinion no law can be adopted so conducive to bnd morals or so susceptnble to fraud and deception as the one we are now pretending to enforce. I am with great respect, Your obedient servant, A. P. C.H1NNKLU BURNED WHILE AT PLAY Harry Donlln May Dle-Hls Flesh Hanif lni? In Shrods. Harry, the little son of Mr. nnd Mrs. P. J. Donlln of North Chaiiiplnln streot was honlbly burned Monday afternoon while playing with matches. The accident oc curred about 2 o'clock, the young lad be ing in thu shed at the rear of his homo at tlio lime. In some way the matches be camu ignited and at once set lire to his clothing. He ran into the street nnd soon till of his clothes were blnzing with the Ilame which was funned considciably by tho breeze. C. D. Vincent was passing the house at tho time nnd seeing tho lad enveloped In the flames went to his nsslstunce. Mr. Vincent wrapped his coat about the hoy and with the assistance of others who were soon upon the scene the blaze was extin guished. Dr. J. W. Courtney nnd Dr. P. K. McSweeney wore summoned nnd nn ex amination of the boy showed him to be b.idly burned about tho legs, body and nrins with the flesh hanging In shreds nnd dropping off. Ho is in a very precarious condition. THIRD SEARCHLIGHT EXCURSION Hide to Westport and Return Saturday Evening an Enjoyable One. Tho thiid searchlight excursion of the season under the auspltcs of the Ch.im plnln Transportation company was run Saturday evening and was the- same pleas ant success which those trips always are. The p.nty which numbered about 5 left the dock nt tin font of King street shortly after .5:30 on the steamer Chateangay. Some of tho people left the boat at Cedar Heaeh and a few at Thompson's Point to await the return of the boat from West pert. At lioth of those lnii'iings a few took the boat for the rldo to Westport and re turn. The night was clear and beautiful although almost ton cold for comfoit on the eieck but all thoroughly enjoyed th trip. Ppon the return theie were brilliant Illuminations along the shore at both Thoiup-ou's Point and Cedar Heach which aildt d not a llttlo to the attractiveness of the- ride. '1 lie steamer re.ie heel tho dock at l'J o'clock upon thu incoming trip. A CUBAN IN COURT. Abraham Mnrllnis Sontoncod to Indus trial School Hrench of tho t-oiioo Onto Abraham Marllnis, a Cuban boy, who came to this country with a regiment en cavalry, was 111 city court Satiuduy charged with stealing four cloves, valued at $1, trom .Michael Kelh-y. After stealing the denes the- boy went to Kelley and beg. ge cl some- butter with which to cook llicin When In com thu pleaded gulltyaml w.mte 1 to be hunt somewhere to be taken cure of. He said that his father and mother weiu killed In a railroad accident. He was sen tenced to the Industrial school at V.-r-geiini-s for the remainder of his minority, or until January 11, Kill. Josephine Hhnckett, Florida Morel and Orllia Morel weie in court for lue.ich of peace. I hoy pleaded not guilty Inn were found guilty and Josephine nnd Oiilia weie each lined fl and costs of Jiisi. po riela was placed under bonds of $50 to keep the peace. RUM DID IT. While under Irfluonce of Liquor Joseph Pnrott Stole $25 "I saw It sticking out of his pocket and I took it, but 1 shouldn't have- done it If I had not been chinking." That was what Jo-H-ph Parott said Mnn da morning In city court when lie was teiday morning in cit j court when he was asked why he stole $.'5 from Kugi-ne Wright of Colchester. Paiolt stole the inoney anil hit oil a team at Johnson's sta ble at Essex Junction. Sheriff Reeves was notilied at about 11 o'clock Sunday night and ho with Deputy ShcilIT Reeves started out to line! the boy. They finally localecl him In Milton anil he was brought to Hur llngton, iiiilvlng hero at nliout li o'clock Monday mat nine, hen In court the first time Parott walve-d examination and was held for trb.l at the heptembe-r term of county court In the sum of fciim. Hater ho pleaded guilty to nn Inlorinntlon and was sentence-el to the Industrial school nt Vengeance for tho remainder of his mlnoilty, He was 15 years old last April. W hen arrested Par ott hael Ml of the $2i, which lie turned over to the sherilC. THE HINESBURGH RACES First Moneys Go to Tempest, Dlttlo Frort and Ben Another Meeting. Tho races given by tho Hinesbuish DrHing club .Saturday pioved highly satis factory and drew a largo uuellenco. The Hiueshurgh hand furnished line music, A shower In tho middle of the afternoon lu terferied Willi the piograinnie for about half an hour. Following Is the rc-Mllt of the races: NO. 1 GREEN RACE. I-'. If. Ellison, g. m,, Tompest O. A. Mori 111, b. m Patty J. M. Rivers, b. g Pat C. A. Hanks, b, g., Factory Hoy,,, FARMERS' RACE. P. R. Miles, n. g Llttlo Fied 11. S. Fonday, c. g., Dan John Westot, b, g., Hlack Dan FREE TO ALU John AVIlklns, h. e., Hep 1 1 ') 't 3 3 1 dr 1 1 1 3 3 3 1 1 1 C.irllo Rounds, b. jr., Sunnier 2 '.' 2 O. 11. Hnrber. hlk. g,, Jlmmio L, ... 3 3 3 Tho chili will glvo a meeting Hnturday, September 6, with green, farmers and free to all classes, Entries close to P, C. Par ker, Wednesday, September 3. $10,00 Ht. Paul unci Minneapolis. And return, Chlrntro & North Western Rallwuy, every day, from Chicago, July a to Sept, 1U, Pour splendid trains dally connecting with all llneH from thn east, with dining coiupai tment, bulfet, library, observation and freo reclining chair cars through without change. Wiito for Ulus trated bookie ts or apply for Information tu your nearest ticket ugeiil. J F. Hilttaln, 3CS Washington street, Hoston, Mass, el.wtlt. HINESBURGH'S REPRESENTATIVE Tho Election of E. O. Martin Advocated His Qunl. Mentions. To the Kdltnr of The Free Press: As usual, we have a plenty of good ma terial ftom which to select a candidate to represent our town In the next Legislature. There are several who nro willing to mako tho sacrifice nnd all nro good men, but the. name of Finn O. Mnrtln seems to meet tho approval of nil classes and is deserving of special mention, Mr. Mnrtln came te TllncsViurgh when a mere boy, without money or friends, but by close application to business, honest method and nn unimpeachable character he has become a successful business man and substantial citizen, possessing the con dence nnd esteem nf all who know hint. He has never sought political proferment, but beltovcH that "A public olllce Is a pub lic trust," and has from time to time held, nnd discharged thf duties of all the Impor tant ollices of his town, with tho above principle In view. He has nlwuvs been r staunch tepubllcnn nnd Is heartily In ac cord with tho present platform of his par tv, ntnl If elected, would use his Influence toward the fulfillment of its pledges. Ho Ii personally a temperate man, but realizes the ninny defects In our present prohibi tory law, nnd believes a change should Ik made If a majority of tho people desire It, He Is a man of an extensive acquaintance, which would add greatly to his lnlluenco In the Icilslalute. He Is In every respoet a representatives man competent, energetic, has nn excellent addtess and Is In the prime of life. Fleet him. and he will be an honor to himself and on honor to the town. "H1CPI HL1CAN. Illncsburgh, August IS, 1W1. WEEKLY TRADE REPORT Conditions as Seen br the Representa tive of Brndstreot's. i No particular Improvement Is noted 'n weather conditions; the past week has been cold and stoimy and It Is now evident that the corn crop will bo light but the stalks are used lurgely for ensilage and can be utilized to good advantage for foil dor. Prospects for other crops are gnuel. Dullness In Hurllngton continues good tho manufacturing concerns arc busy and wholesale trade is of usual volume. No complnlnts heard as to collections, labor is In good demand and there Is no particu lar disturbance in the labor situation here, Hetall trade- fair. In Rutland the marble business on the whole Is good. The strike which has been in progress for sometime at two of the machine shops hejro lias been augmented by the molders who have recently struck but the shops continue to run but on a re duced scale. Tho other manufacturing concerns hero are busy, Hetall trade fair ly good, although It lias felt the eltect of the unfavorable weather. Htisincss Is very good at Poultney; the slate quarries nro unahle to get out suffi cient slate to fill oi ders nnd accumulate a stock, labor Is well employed and busi ness in all lines Is good. Pennington re ports business to be satisfactory, tin- knit ting mills doing well nnd other industries imsy. ileum trncle and collections are fair. In North Pennington business in both manufacturing and In retail lines is good, Hranelon reports manufacturing business Increasing and general business conditions to be fa volatile. Manufactur ers report fair business nt Hrattlcboro. Retail trade generally Is "off on account of the weather, but collections are good. The potato crop and prospects for apples am good, other crops poor, Wallingfold reports the niiiniifaetui'ing plants well em ployed and not nn ielle man In town. He tall trade and collections are good, ciops satisfactory except coin and potatoes. In Montpe-ller business conditions are gooel errps generally fair except corn which is poor. rit. Johnsbiiry reports manufnetut lug business good, letall trade reasemably tivo and collections fair. The- "small grain" crop b.is been damaged in scc-lieuis. by tho unusual large; rainfall, but other crops are elning falily well except coin which will probably yield but a light bar vest. Hethel reports business conditions unchanged and the situation Is classed as fair. Agricultural crops as a rule arc fa vorable. in Wells River two nianul'actur lug concerns lina begun operations and bus'lness piospecls nrei gooel. Crops aic looking well cxc. pt corn. FACTORY TO BE BUILT The O. L,. Hinds Company Purchases Lot on the Corner of St. Paul and KiliR Stroeta. Tho O, L. Hinds company have practi cally completed a ileal for the pun base of the Lano homestead premises on the comet of king and St. Paul streets anil will once clear the land and begin preparn turns lor the election of a new factory. Several week-- ago the company was grant-ii ex emption from taxation for u period of ears providing they would locate- In Hur llngton and employ a staled number of operatives. They will manufacture white goods, including we men's skirts, men's white Jackets ami other articles of wear ing apparel nf a similar untitle. The plans for the factoiy are not yet complete but the bulleling will bo thiee storks high anil of brie k. It Is expected that it will be completed so that the ma chines can lie installed and work begun this fall. Letter to John Wilson Jiurliiiglon, Vt. D"ar Sir: There are two sorts of farm ers; one wants his house nnel farm htiihl Ings to say "I'm comfortable and owe no body, thank you"; the otner don't care Tin- paint lor the thrifty one Is Devoc leael and zinc. Mr. Thriftless, no matter: one paint Is as good as another for him. Any white wash stufl will elo. His clapboards aic loose am1 windows out. A man can't look thrifty, unless he- Is tin If ty. Takes more than paint to save his property. Look nt his hoises -can't paint them' Yours truly, 73 F. W. DHVOF & CO. P. S. Hapar Ifrothers sell our paints. ADVERTISED LETTERS. List of unclaimed letters icmalnliiB In th. Hurllngton post office for the woeH ending Aug. 19. Hi'-': WOMEN'S LIST. Miss A. M. Allen, Mrs. Sarah Rrodle, Mrs. G. P. Haxlcr, Mrs. M. 11. Chase, Mis. Salle Campbell, Mrs, Dr, E. 11. Ciagb,, Miss M.ny Dumas. Mis. 11. E, Edwaids, Acidic Doire, Miss Mary Granger, Mrs. Laura A. Ilarey, Miss Elizabeth Howard, Mrs. Let James, Miss Mabel .1. Merriam, (2), Miss Rynle Hawson, Miss M. C. Rob ertson, Mis. .Mary P. Thomas, Mrs, A. D. Wlllard. MEN'S I.JBT. Howard R. Ayer, H. C, Hlancharel, Lew. nil H. Hontl. T. P. Hrennan. William Heat-tie-, It. W, Prush, Tom F, Coty, Joseph Delarge, V, I. Farmer A Co., E. Gavt-ral, II. E. liny, C. W. Jenkins, M. J. Lyncs, Sidney Landers, W, II. Lincoln, C. A. Miller, C. T. Moodoy, Mornn .1 Co., Na poleon Miller, V. G. Powell, L, C, Papln, J. II. Rankin, Edwaiel Shortslee-Ve.s, . R, Sheldon, John Storm, 11. Solomon, G, V, Walker, O, K. Walker, Vermont School Seat company. CLEMENT MAN AT SOUTH BUR LINGTON, At tho republican caucus held In South Hurllngton Friday night Clint les II, White, a Clement man, was nominated for Re-p. resentatlvn to tho General Assembly, Four ballots were necessary to make the choice and tho result of the last ono was: C. H White, .'.3, Mr. Wheeler, IS; Mr. Jones, 1; Mr. Ulll, li Mr, Meriilu w, (1. Daniel Stem, editor of tho American Artisan of Chicago, Is visiting London in tho course of his annual tiip abroad. CUtlUuSir) li2nog sXeviv mcii noi dm etii VIUOiLlSCVO 9 MPVRiaHTKii, Uetter to hunt In fields for health un- bought i Than fee tho doctor for a nauseous draught. Drydon. MENU, SUNDAY. AUG. 2t. I BREAKFAST. Ircd Melon. Parched Farinose. Spanish Omelet Brown Potatoes. Iced Tomatoes. Xoasted Scones. Coffee. DINNER. Vegetable Soup, lllack Olives. Pickled Beets. Roast of Veal. Ma.shcd Fotatoos. String Beans. Cucumbers. Bnltlnes. Cheese, Floating Island. Fruit. Lemonades Bt'PPER, Eggs with Curry Sauce (In Chafing Dish.) Hrown Hrend and Putter. Huckleberries. Gingerbread. Iced Cocoa. One of thn most charming nnd enviable characteristics of the Western woman Is her ability to create a comfortable and ar tistic home out of whatever materials may bo at hand. "Hack Hast," as all Callfomians says, tho capable woman who could turn her hand to anything was held to havi "fac ulty." In the West she still possesses "faculty.' but often with an Increased perception of what is artistic and what Is suited to a spe cial environment. In the proe-es of trans planting there has been a ellslntegatlon of many old time Ideas. The crudeness. tho narrow adherence to family and neighborhood tradition in furnishing and methods nf housekeeping, soon slough off. I-reight rates are too high. Th-1 heavy mahogany bedstead, solid or veneered, the n.iir-ciotn sotas, the colossal feather bed permeated with theetlluvlumof generations lead and gone, tho plush albums, wax flowers, Tltnnesejiie castors and pink-flow creel cuspidors have nil been left behind, and untramineli d hy what "Aunt Jane' or the neighbors will say, she can go to crento a new household heaven In tho new earth, using the m.iterlnls at hand. In Arizona the accepted saying is: "The woman who can't make a comfortable homo if she has plenty of billing wire. empty beer bottles and gunny-sneks is no housekeeper. This may be tnken as poetic license, but out of the desert Itself 1 have, seen homes evolved home s that are a Joy tn look at a privilege to share. From the earth Itself come the giny rest- nil walls of nelobe, holding out the winter and the heat of summer. From river bottom, rockj mesa, volcanic eicr flow or deserted mine are collected varied mil beautifully colored locks ind ores forle - the building of tho stone lite place. Cacti quaint and curious, lie-ar transplanting from the desert to the new yard, going nn to unfold their crowns of yellow, crim son and pin pie blo-un. The scailet tlower eel ocatilla makes a garden paling that would turn the heart of an Eastern garden er green with envy, and the verdant cams of Ihe river motl, mingled with the branches of the cotton-woods which al most grow while j on wall, furnish a pro tecting canopy that should bring the blush of shame to tho giyiy striped cheeks of the city awning. Simple furnishings with plain lines and no eiust-catchlng scrolls and cm ly-cues, nnd of tlir-se.- only what Is nt-ct-ssnry for every Jay use and comfort, lighten the cai et.iKer'.s dally round of necessary housework nnd at the same lime salisfv tho eve grown weirv of the mull Inllclt v of useless things for which there is i cally no excuse. In California there is a wider field tn 1 "cr alias Horatio Irving Booth the tramp draw freem. in the nativ t- wooels that make anil lending cliat.ieler. John Ituekli-v )', u-Ihe- biiil.llng nt h little home like- the ar-vl the part .if James Montagu.-, the 111. tin. rani-.i-me-nt of u beautiful picture-. Pre. In a highly creditable manner. William intently a veranda is built tilrectlv about 1 Stnmfoi el ninth- an amusing judge of a live oak tiee, v Inch furnishes both tup- port and shade. Overl'ipp'ng -hiiigl. s of lar in the natural bu.wns or redwood stained are used for the outside walls of the house and to cover the porch plllais. l.nxi't i.int vines rose, jasmine, honey suckles, wisteria, plumbago, Mneli-iia-cuitaln the windows and make arbors anil rest corners where the hammock may be swung or the tahb- spread, assured of all the privacy of a room. The artllleiallties, conventionalities and siipe-rflultle.s of the old life laid aslele, the Wchtern woman boldly uses the talents Ce'd has ghcti her to make the most of the materials at hand She frerpiently takes to tho hammer and the saw, show ing herself an artisan of no mean gifts. She sprinkles her own lawn anil rose bushes, prunes, grafts and trains, and tak ing nature- for her guidej and model, soon Iris her lieeine the oulwaid expression of a cultivated and icllncel taste. For n Spanish omelet, take sK eggs, one niedliitu-sizi d tomato, a small onion, a lit tle black pe-ppet, cayenne or paprika ns prefei retl, a eiuarter of a tcuspimntiil of salt, three tnblespoinfnls of milk. I've mushrooms and a eiuuite-r pound of bacon. Cut the bacon into small pieces and fry until crisp and brov u. Then atld Ihe in main, onion and mushroom chopped npe. Stli and cook eight or ten iiiii.ut.-H. Hreak tho eggs Into a bowl, heat vlgor ouslj and add the salt ami pepper. Put a lablospocinfiil of butler in a frying pan, bent until it hisses. Tip the pan so that the sides aio well gre-aseel, pour in tlio eggs and shake over the fire until they set. nun ipiicmy po.ir cue m.xi. re iro n the nth-i- frying pan over Ihe omelet, f.d.l over nine, turn nlo the centre tt u hot platter, , gernish with ii llttlo parsley or cress and scre nt once. " ! Among the dainty dishes which we hnvoi nccepteel trom the Mcnch uiiti naturallz tl with hem lit to ourselves Is the tinibalu. This is a delicate- sort of pie made of meat, fish or vegetable pounded to a paste nnel combined Willi u sauce. It Is then en c iseel In a be. shaped mould lined with, niarcarciiil, spaghetti or ike and linked, I n prepaie the macaroni or spaghetti for the mould, cook almost tender In boll-n-g suited water without breaking. This can be done In a Inrge kettle, holding ono end ot the stick In the bund, and bending! ilown without breaking ns It begins tn Soft I'll, When nearly tender, remove, rb sc well in cold water, butter tho tlmbalc moulds thoroughly, and having the filling In remit ness, begin to coil the spaghetti around the mould, beginning at tho bottom and filling with the mixture ns you proceed in oreler to keep the nmenronl or spaghetti In place. When thn mould Is two-thirds full place In a pan ot hot wnter and bake from ft to 13 minutes. Turn out and serve with Its npproprlate cream, curry or tomnto sauce. Garnish with watercress, featheiy parsley or oven a bit of carrot top. In this country, where time Is so much nolo apt to be taken Into account, In dividual tlmb.iln moulds are often used without the tilling of rice, spaghetti or macaroni. For Instance, a luncheon or flsh course for dinner Is often made of fonie while llsh, such as haddock, end or halibut, prepared In this way: Hemovo the skin nnd bone from one pound of un cooked llsh and chop or pound very line. Season with salt, paprika a suspicion of onion Juice and a little chopped parsley on li-nuiii juice. To one pun -id of ihopp. tl fish mill the unbeaten while of one or two eggs and stir the mixture thornughl" Then add out cup eil Whipped ilea in, wiilih, must be thick nnd si in" anil not Just the frothy part, Cnicliill) mix with the other) Ingredients. Butler the plain moulds, fill two-thirds full of t'v; mixture, place In a stenmer oi In a ill.sn of hot water In the oven and cook until risen and Hi in. Turn tho fish out carefully on n hot dish nnd pour a Utile cream sauce nrotiiiil the mounds. The sauce may lie tinted pink with vcgelablo coloring or a few drops of cochineal, or green with a llttlo parsley pulp. Slick a sprig of parsley In Ihe top of each mound. The white mounds upon the colored foundations and the gteen sprigs makes an attractive looking com bination. A potnto tlmbalc makes a gooel variant on tho usual simple way of cooking tho humble tuber. rare olgtit good sized potntoes, cover wllh hulling, salted water and cook from 25 tn 31 minutes, unlll tender. Drain the water from them nnd mash until smooth anil light. Add three tublespoonfuls of butter, two of parsley chopped lino, salt nnrl pepper to season, nnd then gradually bent in one cup of hot milk, stirring hat el, nnd, lastly, three well beaten eggs. Butter the tlmbalc moulds or any oval basin, cover thickly with fine crumbs, fill with the pre- pared potato ai d bako for a half hour In a moderate oven. I.et the dish stand for a few moments after coming from the oven, then Invert ovor h hot platter. Press the tin to lorsr-n tho sides and lift It gently from the llmbale. A chicken tlmbalc- paste with white sauce filling makes another excellent com. blnatlon. Pound the two uncooked chick ens' breasts to a paste and ruh through a sieve. Add to It ono cupful of fresh bre id eiun.bs r nnc-hnlf cupful, If stnle. nn' e-upfid of milk or cream, two tnhlespoon fuls of nutter, cue teaspoonful of salt, one s ilt spoon of white pi pper and w hiles of two eggs, bf-iten until foamy. Line the tlmbalc moulds with the paste, reserving enough to put on top. Make a white sauco with a llttlo minced chicken or mnsluoom added, fill the lined moulds and cover with the remainder of the paste. Set in boiling water, cover with buttereel paper and then another cover eeve-r the dish anil cook about -'0 minutes. Garnish with parsle y or cress. A great nlllle tlon to sensitive persons Is that their f, et evhulo an unpleasant odor. Ordinary bathing In these eases does not sufhee to remove tin- trouble, but If the following dlrei Hons nro persisted In the re need be no further difficulty. Dls'e lv a cupful of powdere d borax In one g.illon of hot water. Soak the feet In this from live to J5 minutes. Then add one teacupfiil cf vinegar. Ke ruh the feet vigorously, using strong soapsuds Rinse in tepid water. then in cold, and ruh with a thick fowl. EMMA PADDOCK TEl.l'lJRD. WEDDING AT THE S VNAe lOGl 'D. S. J. Agel of this city nnd Sarah Levin of New Verk were married at the Arehl- cildofbald street synagogue Sunday afternoon .it n -lock, ley lb" Rabbi H. Sa. ks. Tin room was prettily trimmed with ferns anil piliiis and the bride w.is nulled In a gown t green silk. After the ceremony a n ceo unn wa t given nt the home .if the groom nt 30 Bright ,-tres t. A lare number e f re latives and frb-ncls from out of town were piese'it among whom weie Mr and Mrs Joseph Acel, Mr. and Mrs. Alfr -d Agtl and G. I. I.evln of Hnrre: Mr. and Mrs. 1. Spil er of I, oston; Mr. and Mrs. P. I.ein of New Yeirk, Simon Levin, M. Levin, Harris Segel and wife unit II D Srgel of Bane The newly married couple will reside In Boston. SIDE-TRACKED SATURDAY NIGHT. Tile theatrical season nf Ijff7-1l03 was open Saturdiv night at the Howard Opera I louse with the comedy production "Side Tracked." which was pr- s-nteel by the A ri. Scammnn eompanv to a full hnue. The Play has been pitsented h rt time an, again hut never fulls to interest .met amuse. The conip,in. : tin- pails were- all w is a stiong one ami II taken Paul A Matchette made a big hit as Char! s Mi r- Johli'-olllMM ii- P -t" Curlc ns lUlece-r M Gluty certainly proved himself "one of the- finest" and al Huntington, with her line soprano voice was a general favorite in tin role of liessle Reynolds, the Inn. Ii loom girl, Tne specialties weie nf a high order. MTICE. 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