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THE BURLINGTON FKKE PRESS: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1904.
15 flTTT.A'R. AND PETITION rriiiin iiciisotiiiiiii- iiiiiiriiiiii 4vm rciiiiiiKiiliitlnnx. r I Itlon roplcd bolow, Is now n ' ii.n i 'ti on a separate siicei HU' sign lures. Those of nil adult im ii tills Stale, aro desired. . t iiiup of tlio abuses nut H id by so many nt Ussox 1 1 is not understood us widely ns rn.hin- tn niiftlll-ml Mtlit TIIIIV 1)0 i explanation. o Central Vermont road was run n miles away from both Mntitpollcr Hurllngton, Instead of being run Kill the in, uid connections wolo dished liv shuttle roads. Tho In mien is of this systom ii ro so much lor and moie nodulous at lSssex linn ti i .it Montpollcr Junction n.,i ll.nrn i ri Ml lUnV lllorO lllll- ,m !i oners than Mnntpcllor .1 .ilu ltnrntlun tlllirn en cr - s nunc ' it i:soc .lunetlon, otio It Hand (Wlilfii may mir- o slid 'i coii H'i-l through the shut tii.ta f. ir Iturlington) carrying y m 'o i i l people's health. This fail I a "tin In a hurry to see a nick rolatlvo In u near-by town kept waiting un hour und iv half, when ho was In doubt whother or not to drive, because, tho ngent re fused to tell him h'v lit tho trnln was. These things must he happening; every da v. At any tato there Is no ap parent reason why they shouldn't." HXA.MPI.iE lit. "A member of Governor Smith's fam ily was visiting at my limine, up to Saturday evening. Hho bad Important Sunday dutleH, and must get home. Sha took the hint train for St. Albans about midnight rapped on my window and nuked to bo let In; had got aboard (he wrong train nt Ksscx Junction, and fun ml herself back In Hurllngton. Tho next day being Sunday I wroto to the governor on retribution, und 1 wroto it largo and Htrong." KXAMPLM IV. "The late lion. Wheeled; fJ. Veazey, judge of the Supremo Court of Ver mont, left Monlpollor one, afternoon, during a general term of that court, tc escort Mrs. Veil '.''. who was crippled cigors than tho Wolls ; t y u sprained nnlile, to their home In niictlng Mtnllnrly at . Itullund. At i:ssex junction no sue majority of thn (date, and virtually all Its olllccra .niid legislators, tho mntter reaches beyond them, to AM persons who have any regard for tho state's prouperlty, self-rasped and good name. Whorcfora your petitioners will ever pray. Signed by John I. Alger of Johnson, Oeorgo A II lieu of Woodstock, Kisra llraln erd of Mlddlebury, M. 11. nuekhnm of Hurllngton, A. A. Tlueli of IlurlliiRton, l,ouls C. ( lark of Jtuillngtou, O. II. Dun ton of Poultney, Arthur C. A. Hull of Hurlitigton, t S. Hayes of llcllnvvs Kails, .f. (I. Hindi's of Vorgennes. Henry Holt of Iturllngton, Henry 1. Holloa of lltnt tlcboro, II. 11. Melntyie of It.inilolph, C I.. .Me.Mahon of Stowo. ICIIsba May of St, Johiishury, I,. C. Moody of Wuloibiiry, fi. ti, H-nedlet of Hurllngton, Piuoty it Morris of Hennlngton, A. 11. Valentine of Heiinlngton (since deceased), .1. William Watson of West llaitford and many others. Copies of this circular und pititinn may be obtained by addressing, with stamps for postage, A. K. King, llurllngtoii, V t. tur ! r J . i i tlon. unquestionably eooueu wun some euori in goiuiiK ,n. ti . i lice should run through both' Voazey iransferred to what hu sup- i .t un the principal of "dlvldo ; posd to no tlio litiriingion ear, ami ion r ) i rm I lo 1 t I it seems best to try to one at a time. t present method, passcngors in on trains through Essex ns If tho main dilllculty of tho trip was past. Shortly after tho car started lw found that they woro on tlio way, not to Hurllnulon. but back to Montpollcr. I te to shift nl the junction lo ; .Next, liny limy men oiiom ami huu- riti and to watt until their I corded In making tho perilous passage 1 1 i "-terrr d They may also through lv.-ex Junction, nnd reaching ' 'intil a t r i in ("nifs from home, nt tho cost of a loss of time of IirccCin i ml another much Mime to me eouri aim mo btaie, Good Cookery DOMESTIC SCIENCE i. run norsi:iU)i,. II i to your intimates. i'n I he rontreiv, the neni ir you eume Into rolnlinnshtn with mo He i i ,d and make the on tlio part of Judge. Venzey, nnd ot 110,11 person, the more in ocssary do tae.i and ir cut r 01 int'!-o imiiio 1 1 1 1 1 i'n hi ,111' 1 1 n.w,, , - im-iuu 1,' mo 11 v. 1,-iMii oeuuillt'. i ;nvir v eini u I iuiiih'. 1-1 still lie vailed for. One would suppose," said the Judge ... I nl tin t.t .1 iVIiiml nn tlio Ipntll " Hint nmiuiil-' times to l o irs: nnd the , 1 ring tho bundieds of times that 1 have x l.and-b 1 1 I I, i'-e to t 1 t .I " inter rr r ' 'e the re u'e ofti-r i i-n'o, cnllnren ; trs eieu oer tins rnuie, 1 snoiuu nnvo line in sum- known enough not to have this hup- .uid itorm ! pen; but Mshox Junction is too much are being , for me." 1 racks, the In 11 n f r t 1 ",011th il for' , I! 1 1 1 1 1 1 Inn 1 to to ' US lf d 1 1 , V 1 o c " rt 1 tr o 1 s 1 1 l-o north, a rii i tialn on the r : and cars 1 .1 trains aro n . t.i sponger i ii 1 1 e number c: I tu bo hurried, line 1 1 direct him, or 1 dl" ts him wrongly, i.pi tlr.t a passongor r t' t st irti ig if tho train ho 1 intf tl ."t ho has got 1 g bn k to tho place ho nr to -ne of the other nt ho did not intend to go e ti nvers Ins error in nt nf f . o train ho has en that his right train la Many women are denied the' happiness of children through derangement of the generative organs. Mrs. Beyer advises women to use Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound. "Dr.AK Miw. Vinkiiam: 1 suffered with htomneh complaint for years. I Iion't Under vonrseif that frlendslilp ot RO j,aj that I could mil, i-rry my authorizes you to my disagreeable thing 1 JiiJrp,, mi five tnontlis, then v,:oulil liave a misenrriafe. I lie liv tinio I became pre'nant, mv linban 1 pot mo to take Lrtlh 13. IMiikliainVs Vege table Coinioiltitl. AUer tiLiriu tho lirst bottle I wan rdieved of tin; sick ness of btomaeb, and liepan to feel net- MKNT, RI'NIiAY, OCT. I'l. I'.HKAKI'AST. Warm Apple Sanee. OaltiT ii. Hrotkil S.lllNlge. l'ried Swert I'ol.lloi" Wholo Wheat (Sung. Cuffcc. eet. If d it i 0 t c V 0 un . rs ' On e ir' - ( ' 1" t ei t to Burlington, made there, tho I issengers could 1 go about their r waiting, as now, n f r tho shifts, ami o . encos and dan- n r e' 'Tl passengers from PETITION. To the loimnible, the Hoard of Itailroad Commifiioncrs vj the titutr 0 Vermont, hi the Matter of JUasoiudde .ccommo dntiuii of I'lirsenyers Truulivij on the Central Vermwt Jltiilroad: Section SMI of the law conferring your powcis, provides that "In case of a failure of proper connection between railroads In tills state, or If proper and icasonnblo accommodations are not furnished for the tinnsporut'iou of passengers or freight, the conimlsloni rs shall inquire Into the eause of die .same. .. .and make such recommendations in res-poet thereto as they deem Just and forthwith mnUo public their conclusions together with a brief i'tatement of their reasons for tho same, and the recommendation, If any, made by them in respect thereto." The undersigned respectfully petition j that she declares quite the. beat thing yon to exercise these powers in regard t that ever happened all around. Tim to "a failure of proper connection" which 1 summer home, a beautiful one. for tho is also n ease where "proper and rca-, fmnlh- is wealthv, Is in the nerkslilr ni.VNT.n. Tomato Soup, Celery. Pickled Oven llioil'd Chicken with Cream dr.r'v. linked 1'otnloes. Coin and iVl.-ry Stow Tomatoes with Mayonnuxe. Cle esc Hisenlt. Pumpkin Pie. Sweet Cider. SUPPKit. Tomato ltareblt In the Chafing Ulsli. SaratoL'ii Chips, lire. id and Under. Haktd (.'unices. Nut Cake. Tea. Tlio servant ouestion was settled by hme woman thii past summer In a way tor in every w:ij . 1 continued its uso ami was enabled, to carry my baby to maturity, t now have. .1 nice baby fjirl. nnil enn work better than I ever could beforo. 1 am lllte ft new woman." JilKH. KltA.VK ItKVStt, 22 b. !-eeijnd bt., Meritlen, Conn. Jt.iono ferfrit if original tf above letter prutng q$njit,cntss cannot produced. FH13B MKDICAIi ADVICI3 TO "WOMAN. Don't hesititte t wrilo to Mrs. Plnlvliiini. HI10 will undorsiaiid jonrcnn pcrfootly, anl will treat von with kitdlnoiM. Her advice is free, and Uu- address i L.mih, TIasn. No woman ever regretted liavinpr wrilfeii tier, and site Las helped thousands. n oi 1 Hi 'o - th or south on the 1 snlialjt, accommodations are not furnished , lt y,.ar nfttr year tlie struggle to gnd I..MI in uu mv. -,,,ir 1 1,0 tianspnrtatlon 01 passengers. .,, willing to so so far from the city, The defective situation is so exiremo ( .,,,,1 ptnv nlt,.r they got there, has made nd so long continued that not only lias 1 vacation season nnvthlng hut a time ,0 I hp to make shift"? ami opt c ting trains at ISssex Tf U.e . onnecting trains all i ,, )Vl.tl f,.al,pi,t with serious inconvenience i ,,f n,i 'pU'a-ure. ' There were six ti fi'Mrgton. tho starting times 1 11 ic in allow for connections 1 ft' rrj not only could the time iv m 'el at Essex Junction bo lull ed in li irllngton beforo starting, but 10 1' o'lvenlences and dangers of tho lifts t.."iise!vcs would be avoided. In HP tr don of the allegation of le pennon iiiai 1110 anuses ai issex inetion have, found a nlnee. In lltera- ire me lamons noem dv 1110 into lion. J Phelps is appended. I'-SSKX JUNCTION'. 1111 saa4iei ea i-i'-o nr ti uanureu Jim. And evo that told of blank despair, n woodon bonch thu traveller sat, Curni'if. t'io fate that brought him ti if ine ' r io t-rieu, wo vc nxigei eii l.ei'e "With thoughts Intent on distant homes, niuim "I 111, u in-ni!n y ii'tiiu 'Tin t always coming, never comes. 'Till weary, worn "Distressed, forlorn jiuu I'ni iiizeu 111 every lunuiion; 1 hope in hell 'His soul may dwell 110 ' '.i iiiiiiiuu r.asox .iiinciion: most of the people of Vermont and of 1 hildien In the family, all boy. the oldest the .sti anger traveling, sojourning or ... .... ,, ,....,. 1 Mnl,.c,, i.er,n in nel-.ing summer homes among them, with ,hf. H,,rl)lir 1(, llM,i the neeesnrv h-lp the much loss ot health and property and , )iriv! .,,,,. F11e;Cestid that they would with great hindrance to the state s devel- ,nP Wl)r,. f . n10t,,r .),, ,,.1V i.pment In wealth and the educating and , novl, ,)1U n . icvadng in luenccs which Jepeml upon (,,M,,n,.nU(jn !!f(mf.(1 feasible. A sehed l,o prosperity of cities; In. It has also nereary work was mad- out become notorious tin oughout the country ' ,iivid,Ml The two older bovs and beyond the country, and has oven f KUpnStlnV UuM i'iuihi ii. a,v iiii'j j,ri ,11,1,1111. i fcv- ' 1 . .,,1, .. i.a... tl,. ,., ,i,.0, 'P,,.,. tlnrtlve touch, in weet red p I'eri, that wire cut into li'tle crimped 1 lions. A goodly number of tlase m 1. i.l.lul, a French dressing made and 1 enl over, and then the saliul was dch' I on indi vidual lettuce b avesi the tel.. I r, swe t variety, with brown edges. It tnstid as good as it lookid, und it looked ns goml ns it tasted," was the description ghen by one of the party. DUTCH CIIHKSH WITH PKPPlSIt C1KASS. making your pie Have a. cup of cold water ready before yon put your hand into tho dough, and your pie. plate, either of tin or granite, dredged with Hour. Tliey will not require greasing. J lave board nnd rolling pin olenii nnd cold. Now, with the tips nf your lingers, bogln rubbing tho shorunlng Into the. (lour. Do I not iho the palms ot your hands, n they are much warmer than the linger.". Ah soon as the Hour begins to fel like 11 coarse, meal, you have rubbed It enough, Quickness and n light touch are essen tials In making dclicato pie crust. Next pour In a II tt In water 011 one. sidi of the bowl. As It will only require a llttlo over a quarter of u cup altogether, It must bo added llttlo by llttlo until you have tlio right consistency. H wants to bo mixed until you can take up a llttlo ball nf dough on your knife. When ndding the water tis-e a knife, cutting It through and through, Instead of ttlrring It with a spoon. As soon as you get It In a Kail toss It on tho lloureil board, pat It Into shape, divide In two pieces and lay one piece aside for tlio upper crust. Hnll out the under crust. Have the rolling pin dusted Willi Hour and 10II lightly for ward to the left or right until you get It 111 the right shape, a llttlo larger than your tin. If theso directions aro followed (ho crust will not "fly back at you." as a novlct! put It; hut a few strokes will suf fice to make it ready for the tin. I'n fold and press lightly Into place around the rim. Now fill your pin with what ever vou aro going to use, then set on one side nf tho board while you roll out tho upper crust. After you have, roiled it out once dot with a few bits of butter, fold again, then roll out the same, as die under crust. Wet your lower crust around the rim, dipping tho tips of your fingers In the cup of Ice water. Kold the top crust over In die middle, and with a sharp knlfo or Jigger cut a few slits in the crut to let out the stream, then I'ft onto the pie. Press the edges lust llgh'ly together, then push awav sllgh'ly from the edge nf the pap. lf your pi" 11 very Juicy, it Is a good plan 1o bind the cdg-s together with 11 narrow wet strip of cot ton cloth to keep the Juices from coming out. Tlako In .1 moderate oven. Adelaide Clements. A delicate per fume tint retains its odor for uso In the linen closet, wardrobe or drrsslng cae ir inado of the following Ingredients cniely powdered: Two ounce:) laven der flowers, four grains of musk, one ounce coriander, one ounro nromado calamus,, one-half a draMim rhodium wood, omo and one-quarter ounce orris root and one-eighth ounce rose leaves. A piece of orris root boiled with the boilv liarn and handkerchiefs glvei an 1 luifve fragrance of violets that many fastidious women approve. An inexpensive powder to use In the linen closet I called the verbena sachet. It Is made of the dl led find pow ilcied rkins of lemons mixed with cara way seed and oil of berganiot. flnnd 'he lemon peelings In your roiYo or spice mill, and to half a pound allow a half ounce of powdered seed. Mix the two powders well together and pour ov:r them , drachm nnd a. half of oil cf ber gamol. KM MA PADDOC1C THld'OKD. THE VOTES OF 550.000 FARMERS have already been cast in favor of the DE LAVAL CREAM SEPARATOR which from year to year is RE-ELECTED TO TflE HIGHEST POSITION IN THE DAIRY WORLD If you are not a Vn Lava supporter mm Is the time to g t in linn. Tuko tlio lirst atop to-duy and si nd foi a catulog o a. d uuinc of nearest local agent. The De Laval Separator Co. N KIT I'.Nni.AMl AOKNTh! STODDARD MFG. CO. RUTLAND. VT (ii:.M:ii,vi, nt Ficn . 74 CORTLANDT STREET. NEW YORK, RADIUM A new wrinkle In Dutch rlirese Is to make it in tills way: l.et it lobber" as quickly as possible in a warm room. To do tills, pour the milk 111 rath. 1 .1 .shallow liai-ln and let it stand until thi.-k. When III in, add salt and sweet cream to season, logetliT witli minced pepper irrass, and serve In small saucers or i'is with a spoon. rtAKl'D RAL'SAOH TUB SMOKING CAP.. others wue as-igneil the cleaning the last two the chamber wol k. und. The 1 all to the discredit of the good name of die state. nl.,. .r.l i-inllllnnt urn tint nnnoce'ifV but they have now been mduted for nearly i mother was a t rst-class manager, the two generations, and during all that time, 1 boys apt and willing pupils. Die 10Ki.lt tlie lirst visible opportunity to rid tha was a summer tho most restful In die st.ite of them, has been die appointment ' family annals: etni company was :io of vour honoiable Hoard with the powers bmilif ir: die boys thought tho whole. whoe expression we have cited. thing no end of fun, nnd each one come Whiuelorc we, tho undersigned, pcti- back with a substantial little bank ac tion that you dcvli-o and recommend some count of his one. The boyn who hid ;),e means for relieving passengers from the 1 cooking In charge h arned to make, the loss of time, and rlbks to property and , most delightful bread and biscuits, could health, needlessly lmpotcd by shifts and 1 broil a "teak to perfection, make delicious dclass at Hs.tx Junction; and for rellov- coffee as well as kk dishes and les- Ing the statu from the disgraco of such, suits. conditions. east I've travelled west caiuuu 111 inu kuiu; hiiu us ,, , )lo t!ln villov nlain -m i 1; rsCEt cll-v (1K,t t0 h',cak ot a vast amount IV. tain. .Ulo, plain and , oUl0r tr a mmt 1MSS thr0UKh KsHCX hl' I t...,..l ,..1 ll.n nl,t.n..nl, ......... .. ! "1 Wl "O'er in mil 11 - 1 1 ,s' r i Iroad's crash and stoam 1 ' ivor; rd courage faltered not, 1 tib gave way, nor hopo ikon. : 'I tins dismnl spot, n rrs.-d, of God forsaken! . new forms of mlsory miili vlthout compuno- 1 hope in hell .ul in y dwoll Mite l ISssox Junction! These evils have undoubtedly been amply nalized In your own experience, but wo beg le vi. to call your special attention to the fact that all tho railroad travel between the capital of tho state and Its "Ti r "An 1 I ' '( r "Hi 'As MV) 'Iff "A waits for Ogdensburg i ni g for Montreal. a Vurk long tarrleth t mi hn.'Jetoth all! From far Atlantic .1 vtine-mvept bays jo i s-ippi s turbid tldo H mli-li.ips. delays, 1 red heie and multiplied! w .in 1 old this spot V'.u.d pi g ue or Poter Funk 1 I I hup. 1 . h' 11 1 -"Ul in n d ell 1 . nt' 1 x Junction!" 'Ah "Ol, "W "Am? 1 "Oh 1 J And lie 1 late ' 'id 11 tors tell Li d i-i to or slow. er , .'in,. , hell ii. o o' No go!' fi 111 ti 1- io " depart 1 le, , 1 i.e,, ionir one." i'i heart, ! 1 train tha "1 In r" cvl to ,o ( p n f ' 1 fUTii I 1 Ii in I Ii ' 11 01 e i'1'h' I in the smoke 1 u it'. 1 . .ted unction, i 1 I e 1 . 1 .., II -'.111 I ,v dwell -11 i i . nt. ,j i-ex Junction!" illumr id. 111 ol tho siiecillc mi;n skpvaxts iNs-n:.n of m.ii snnvAKT.s. There seems to lie no icason why In the dearth of maid", men and boys should pressed Into tin domestic s,. ii e e and Japan' sc already rank uhrad omen, nodi a rooks and house ser vants: Indian bovs are taking i.uire 1'nr the woman who can u ' country sausage packed In d. lines, here 1 a treat. Itomnv. sausage from Its cover nnd ' .sinall ilrlpplng 11.111. Dn-t '. ih'i teal little salt There's the velvet-cushioned Pullman till ed with dignity profound; Here's the diner with its whlto nnd starchy linen all around; There's the parlor-car with loungers try ing hard to make believe Tint they renllv are getting all the rest they should receive In a respite from their labors fur a blessed hour or so A from toll to toil they hurry fast as steam can make them go. Put the place where solid comfort reigns suiirenie. vutli ne'er a j.ir. the roll of Is the forwatdtnost compaitment that ,ien in a they cull "die smoking car. Iitly with (lour ami make a wall of i-.i.itn around 1 There tin- air i lllled with incense from It, peeling the potatoes, " ng them in I tobacco leaves dead ripe, half and landing dm 1 r sulo against 1 As 'tis offered from the cigarette, the the sausnige. Hake in n moderate) oven1 swct cigar, die pipe; until tho potatoes 1110 tender and brown . Thei e's .1 blush haze that rests you; and the sausage well done. If ,b sired, I there s a sense of brotherhood. use the dilpplngs that come from die Mid that colony of smokers, that would ...i.o.n ,1,11 ,!, ,err, ..rnv. in nr. I MlfelV llo Oll gOOll. with die sausaue and not.ito to serve nt Krotip of trav'lcrs, sitting over The nnwly discovered chemical, costs over $1,000,000.00 an ounce, but it tukes only 1-C of a grain to Cure Consumption, Cancer, Blindness, Lupus, Pneumonia, and when certain solutions arc exposed to this wonderful light, they absorb its "Radio Activity," and when taken into the stomach it is curried through the blood to all parts of the body, and in this way all germs arc killed. Dr. Flanders of this city has secured the only tube of this precious metal to bo found in this part of New England. A sample bottle of "Radio Active " Elixir will be sent upon receipt of $1.00. Xo matter how bad you are, or what your trouble is it will do you good. DR. FLANDERS CURE5 without. In one home where this is a by the water tank. favoiito cold weather dish th.y ba'vc had I'--K'h on pulling at .some smoltin' a she. t Iron tin mad" size to neenmmodate potatoes and the v are I Junction, and that although spasmodic i,,r.,,,c I ..... !.. ,1a ......nlnlli. .1.,... ' rr.r, 'ZM W"'11V " lh" work limn die girls; colored White Mountain srason, to avoid the f viis liv running without change at lCssex Junction, such trains hnve been Infre quent, and It seems to havo proved Imprac- bovs are exceptionally clever as inrtei'j and cnoks on nil the railway tra'ns, so whv not In tho home kitchen'.' Men nave so much more strength Hum a woman of just the ricrht tho sausage and . 'erved on the tin. I S.mairo cooked in th way W tlolieiou-i s! I cold nnd iiuikis appetizing rand- w k In . TOMATO PA L'f'I", I'llOM CATSFP. When one houckeep' r wants tomato siueo in a huriy and has iu toinatni s frch or cantHHl at hand, she, siuipiy takes a few spooni-fii! of i.itmip, reluri it with hot water, till, kens it slightly with Hour ami there she is, with her ' ranged from very good to rank; Yet there's naught of wealth or station ticable, even on thorn, to avoid serious ;""' 1 ""m'-r!" ,0 "r" " - deliys for shifting of baggage, iemnklng r Vf,,work, !llnt 11 '." ,no"h of trains, and other dilllculties that Infest l,ho '"Hon of the vexed .piestton might 1'inedjfd, below nre rivc-n Kortli every "junction. We submit that such shifts of baggago and cars should bo made in Hurllngton Itself, where outgoing passengers need not teach the train, or incoming ones wait by It, until the shifts nro made. Wo do not suggest that to accomplish this, die thiough pissenger trains should bo run Into nurllngt-.r. and back to Essex Junction. For although many roads -notoriously the Pennsylvania at Philadel phiado run all trains back nnd forth on such side lines, for the sake of mnking junctions at places where the bulk of pa3 s ngers s,tait or stop, the distance between F'sex Junction and Hurllngton Is greater than that In most slmJIir situations: there being few road3 laid out like tlio Central Vermont, with tho distinct Inten tion of side-tracking botli tho capital and metropolis of a .state. Tho obvious rom fdy, so far as concerns tho vast majority of travelers, is to build a connection fiom Hurllngton to Colchester, and mako thu hue from Fssex Junction to Hurlinglon and from Hurllngton to Colchester tho main passenger line. This connection could leave tho present track near tho northerly mouth of the Hurllngton tunnel: the length cf track to be traversed twieo botween there and the station, would bo Ks than the similar trad: of the Penn sylvania m.id at Philadelphia. Such a new connection would slightly Increase the distance traveled by the through passen gers, hut would i educe by at least a half, that of the vastly larger number of way- passengers between Hurllngton' and the sauce ready in tlve min ites' time. DRESDEN LUNCHEONS constitutes the slightest bar. For the (iiie-t of democracy pervades "die smoking car." Heading papers, t ime-cnriN, novels, swap ping arns like lif. lone friends, Though they'll part perhaps forever-at their several journeys' end: Loaning matches, saying, "Light, sir- thanks. Teirille day we've got." Further chat will call up some one lamvn in common, like as not. Mimic dignity N banished, and a rcicn of common svn-e 1 1' in- of t r i veilers. Tho l e.p, , i, ip v rlters can be it the ri nting ollico. HXAMPI.L 1 I re 'rd l'urlir -.uel,-, hut had more d omfort In doing ho than ono could un uimi who had never gono throjgh 1 Junction. When I got nut f i e .1 them I asked tha conduc tor If the tr un fop Hurllngton wus In. Ho snul It h on tho third track." I iiFkrJ II iw mi) I got over''' lie re plied "Ol dial's all right, Madame we'll push out iicfuro tho Hurlington train Such a road would naturally go near Malletls Hay, and so develop Important pUasure-travol to that beautiful spot, with u profitable picnic, recreation, boating and bathing establishment, such as enter pris'lng railroads generally are now developing. Whether the connection with Colchester so pitifully needed, should bo built by tho feudal Vermont Company ns a matter nf business, Is ono point for your wisdom to consider. Hlko other follies and crimes, F.sse Junction has certainly brought ninny evil consequences on Its perpetra tors and thrlr successors the shuttle Harts'' I vnlted a long tlmo, not dar- trains and the duplication of service, and Ing to rr i over two trains, and again other wastes (not to speak of tho compe- ald to tl . oridiictoi-'. who still stood by his en "f.m I cross over? I'm Bfrald I i ball be loft." llo repeat ed: "Its nil right; we'll push out." At that moment tho third train started nut, and to my horror. I had either to bo Kft or run fop it. So, gathering my package I made for tho train, and was h imled up on tho platform by a follow sufferer, who. being a man, had reached tho car 'ooucr than I. In my hasto end fright. I lost a valuabln iimbrolla, but that seemed a sinall matter when I thought over tho risk I had run, and tho ehiinco nf losing my lifo. I :X AM PHI-; II. o'j'hr) ti itlon Isn't lit for a woman to wri't In 'i be Insldn Is dirty and stuffy nnd crowded with loafers, und tho out Bldo is tlio samo, except that fit most loasniiB of tho your It Is about tho cold est nnd dr.iftlest place Imaginable. It Is so Impossiblo lo get any Information tibout tho trains, and It I' so uncurtain whether they will bo niinouncdl that almost eery ono waits oui'ddo to mako euro rf the tr;il i 1 ,n e seen over a hundred peoplo wait outuldo In thla way for nearly an hour on a co!d nlglit In tlio luto UU, und this Isn't food for titlon of the new route between Hurllngton nnd .Mont n nl WITHOUT nn Kssex June don) must be heavy burdens on tho Cen tral Vermont mad. If on Investigation, your wisdom drterinlncs that relief from those burdens. Increaso of travel caused by vnstly Improved facilities, and what direct pi out might como from a toad to foleliester, would Justify tho Central Vermont Company In building such n connection, then wo earnestly petition that you recommend tho Company to build It. If your wisdom determines: that tbn Central Veimont Company cannot Justly bo r commended to build that connection at lis own risk, then wo earnestly petition that you will deviso nnd recommend n srlicme by which persons uffected shall give the Company rcnponahlo aid, by their ciedlt or tho credit of their towns; and that vou will uso your Influnnco and nblllty, with such other Influence and ability i.'i you may caro to onllst, for tho carrying out of such n nchemo. Tho capital of tho (tntc, Its largest city, and ovnry town on dio entire lino of thu Central Vormont Hoed tuffrr fccrloualy from tho lack of dint connection; nnd tho persons nlfected nio not merely all who travol to and from Hurllngton by that road, nnd most of those who travol to and from tho cap ital; for although theso includo tlio come by substituting men for maids SOMF, MAXI-Y ADVICi: "nme men are naturally more "handy" than others, but in the last deem!", with tho frequent eruptions and intei regnums in the kitchen, neai ly every family man has had occasion at some time or anotlur to step Into the breach, and that with credit to themselves. "The unst man'.v men I know of," said a noted ttavder n eontly, aie two men I met nn tho Pacific coast. One was a sea captain, a man of great dignity and fori e. He has a wife not over strong, and several sinall chil dren. Not long a:ro that man came In from a voyage and found his wife sick nnd their one servant, after putting the family wash in soak, departed, lie got un enily the net morning, ashed the clothe, bung them out, gut breakfast Willi die children's: help, and then had to c down to the wharves to attend to Ion duties. Ilefore leaving lie made bis wife promise (hat she would leave the ki'elien alone until lie could grt back at nlgl.t. When lie came he had help engaged for the next day: hut that night lie i leaned up th" kitch'ii so that his wife would not worry over Its looking too badiv when die new maid came. The other man wan a professor in one of the large univei sides who also hail a large fainllv and a delicate wife. Full of bl own woik, In which he 's an rnlhiislust, he can In an enu rgeivv. when cooks Uncinate or nui'es piove unkind, prepare a meal or nurs" n sick child as drftly aw any worn. in. and nl wayi with abounding good humor thai is n tonic In itself. No woman cares to have a man of af fairs spend hi? time In the kitchen Hu rt' r ordinary circumstances, but blessed be the man whoop strong right arm is ever ready to lift the burden when It gets too heavy for weaker shoii'der.-. IAKI3 PHAC'ID W1XSII HAHKUIT. At a iccent annual convention of libra rians at liho Placid a new rarebit mndo lli appearance one evening when a jolly cnmp.inv of thiiteen were amusing t'uein ilvc.i In front of the big fireplace. While die rarebit was being evolved, tho men of tl.e party looked after the toast, using the slove poker, shaip sticks and other Improvised uteiisllH. For the thirteen two pounds and a half of American cheeso was cut In small squares, and ,a dozen tomatoes skinned nnd sdleod. Tho tomatoes wie lirst put over conking, with a tiny lilt of onion Juice, Just enough to glvo the plluhtist Ilavor. As soon as they weie cooked the cheese was mldcd and Mlnul until It blended perfectly wllh th" tomato. Next camo Iwo tabhi sponnsfiil ol butter and then sW beaten cgg-i, with nilt and pepper to season. As soon na tho eggs were well Incor porated, tho blaze was turned off nnd tho rarebit berved on tho toast, allowing two slices for each person. It wuh ii most (libelous combination, and ono that would mako a good hearty luncheon dlh at any time, CI.KOPATHA SAIyAD. At nncitlxr evening gathering there, a Cleopatt.i palad wan a feature of the Impromptu feast. A foray on tho larder brought to light boiiio cold cooked l.ltna beans, u dish of corn, (i fow cold boiled potatoes, soma beets and a cupful of green peas. Theso wero lightly mixed In a lareo bowl and then cam tha ills- 'In those little groups impromptu doth Im mediately commence, ITo the winds with social folly that would A nreitv fnni'v in luncheons' conns from such commingling mar one of Vew .lersev's f.ishlonahlo towns. In the home of real comfort-otherwise At a delightful fuiu'iioii given lately! "Hie smoking car.' everything was In Pn .-'den colors. The I flowers used were the old-fashioned zm nias which have sprung Into groat pop ularity this pat summer. Tho china was Fresden, while the salads, cie.tnis. cpkev and lion bnns all carrlfd out the samo scheme of coloring. ANSWF.HS TO COItltFSI'ONDKNTS. I'll: CHL'ST. Mi. OVorge Mcll. In asking bow to m iko pie crust I tancy you wish to know how to make nice common p.ftj, not tlio puff paste. For one pie allow u heap ing cup of pastrv Hour. Put !t into a bowl and add a hiltkpuouful of sail and a sallspoonful of baking ponder. .Mix well. Now add the shortening, one-half cup to one of the. Hour. Lard makes die most tend r criibt, and I, of -ourso, the cheaper. With budir the crust browns butter and Is, of oourse. more wholesome. A good plan Is to uso half and half. Chicken fat or good beef di ipplngs also mako a good crust. Have the shortening whichever It is, cold. A good plan Is to put It on tho Ico a half hour befoto There's the diist-upiiolstercd Pullman with Its dignity profound; There's the dinner with its wealth of snowy napery ainund. There's tho parlor-car where pilgrims griiulv play at ln.ike-bellevev That duVro getting all tho cumfort they should I cully rrcr lve In a respite from dm treadmill for a blessed hour or so As ft run toll to tod ihev hurry fast as steam can make them go. Hut the spot where solid comfoit reigns supreme, witli ne'i r a jar. Is within that hnze-lllled heaven men hno n. uned "tho smoking cur." Ptiiel.laiid W. C.lllilini, In Leslie's Weekly. DEAFNESS, BLINDNESS, RUPTURE, STRICTURE, CANCER, TUMOR, WOMAN DISEASES, of ALL kinds, ASTHMA, MEN'S DISEASES, and ALL forms of DEBILITY, VARICOCELE and EPILEPSY. Send for symptom blank. HOME TREATMENT. If you arc in or near the city you should apply for treatment lo the office in person, but if you live too far away for this write mo a full history of your ease. You will receive as careful, conscientious and painstaking attention as if you were in my office daily. KADIUaI", X-KAY and other forms of Electricity used i the treatment of disease. DR. FLANDERS, - - 24 uell St., Burlington, Vt. iiouitM in a. m. to 4 p. .m i:xci:pt M'.MJ.VVS. TOO MANY SKKMJTONS. Thero was once a man went to P.onie; lie visited one catacomb. Hut ono was enough Ho packrd up Ills stuff And hit tho pike quickly for hom. Hoston Poft. What kind of a Daily Newspaper Do you want in Your Family ? You arc very particular about the companions chosen by your children and you cannot afford to take less caro in tho choice of your daily newspaper, which exerts a silent but potent influenco on all who read its columns regularly . This political year you need a good daily paper. Quality rather tlmnprice should determine your choice . Better take no paper than one of low standard, LESS THAN TWO CENTS A DAY. The Daily Free Press costs subscribers less than two cents a day. You can afford it. You know that tho WEEKLY FREE PRESS is the best of all the Vermont weekly newspapers . Tho Daily Free Press is first among the State daily papers. If you think that you might like to change from the Weekly to the Daily edition cut out and mail us the coupon below. -"-- ------- I Pirns send Pally Free. Press for ono month to address bolow, t but koop Bending me the Weolcly also. J t Name I j Addresi t 1 Vermont, I IJnelosod find 'J5 rontu to pay for ono month's trial subscrlp- I lion. DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS AND GLASS. We would respectfully call the aiti-iitum nf all partii-s intend liicr to build, or make repairs, to out' larire stoelc ol' lln above iro.ul'?. All regular sizes carried lor immediate shipment, llonso l-'misli. find odd work of every description, furnished to order, upon short iih'i.-". Sinall orders receive the same careful attention that we ojve t' large ones. OUR PRICES ARE LOW-WE GUARANTEE ALL WORK. MORGAN BROS., Pioneer Shops. - Burlington. Vt AN" ATTOP.NICV UKNKRAU (From tho Hurra Telegram.) Senator Slack of Caledonia, county, fnr meily a resident 01 Hinc. tnkm time by die forolouk m die introduction of a bill for the croat inn of the oMlco of utliuney general. The Telegram is in heaity favor of fonie sin b nii.txun', but the piovisioiiF of tin; bill should h" most cnreiully iirntmlzod as It might come to mean tilmply one more otlli i' to rcr.iniblo for and one more bone of contention for the poIllli'iaiiM to pick. The salary ought to bo Fiich thai the very ,ill "t attorney in die State would he willing to take the position. Tlun. if tin' people would give him successive re-elections, tho otllee might b" a great aid to tho scunner of swilt and sure justko in the most Im portant cases coming up for tri il In tho various courts of die State. t .11. .r it KLI'.MtKTH S. KIRUV'S I'riTATR. STATi; OP VI. P.MONT, Disdnct of Chit tenden. The Honorable the Probate Court for the IMntrb't of Chltt-ndin. To the helin ami ill i- u uis Interested In the .tate of Kllzabuh S Kirby, l.Uo of lluilington, in Haul d strn t. iK'-aased, (IltUKTINU: Whereas, said Court lias assigned tho :lst day of Octob-r. n. t. for the settle ment of tho account ot the administrator of til" estate of ICIuabeUi S Kb by, lato of llurllngtoii, deceased, and for .1 de cree of Die residue nf said estate to din lawful claimants of the same, and oniei-'M that public notice thereof bo glcM to all persons Intcresto,! n said cstnte by publishing this outer tluee weeks succcis. slvely previous to the day assigned, in the lluilington Weekly Tree Press, a news paper published in said distru t. Therefore, you are hereby notified to ap pi'ar at the l'robate Court llooms In Hur llngton, Vermont, on the day assigned, then and there to content die nllowuncn of said account If you see cause, and to establish vour right as heirs, legatees and 'awful claimants of said residue. (liven under my hand, thu 3th day of October, rub .MAKCKMiUS A. I1ING11A.M. n.wat. jiiiiu' noticf: or stttu-mknt and i PLICATION Cell IJlSTItmi'TICN L.riTAn; up John iaiiu: STATK Ol'' VI.HMONT ln-tn. t ut 'ii . , Isle. ! Ill Probate I 'mil I 'i. ' 1 .it Ninth I' ill said lllSll'li t. mi die .,.! d.iv .il S- , v Per, A. I), loxil. m. ) I a x i , admir. i.t..r ot die estate oi John I ,n i. late burgh, in said cb-'ii. i. dec i 1, pi his ailininlstralii.n a. oi.n t r cji. mo n tmil and allowance, and make nppu .v.i i for a decree of di.-fil.i i "ii .uid part i.ui of the estate of said i. is I. WIi.it upon, it is ordered la s il . ourl thin said nc'Otiut and Sim iituti I-. c I erred to n session th' c ui to bo 'u H it tile probate ofllce m -aid X r'a lbn. c i die Hth day of Oitouci. A !.. f,.r hearing and .lecisii n them' An I i fuithir oideroil, that untie- h r. .i I i gicu to all persons Interested, l i cation of the same three w . i ks -j. . -ivilv in the lliiiliiu' ion WeeUlv pr Pi ess, a newspaper published at H .runs' ton, Vt , previous to taid tlm appnmtel lor hi iilng. dint they mav appear .it ,i 1 I'me mid place, and show cause, f t. i hey may have, whv suld Account -lionll not be allowed, and stu;h dicrce in.. 1 , Hy tho Court. Attei: WM. 1! VYNiiS l.l.nTt, JuU" KSTATB OF l.PN'OltA A l.l'CAS, p.l I! MNCJTON. We, the subscribers hvlnc been ap pointed by die 1 loiiorable die I'l'dei Court for th District of Chittenden, com. mlsslonurs to receive, examine and adjimt the claimi and demands of nil persmii against tho estate of Lenora A. laicns, late nr Ilnrlinctnn. in said dlstrii.t. deceased. and also nil claims and demands exhib ited in onset memo; unit nix nionins from the duy of the date hereof being al lowed by said Court for that purpose, we do therefore hereby give notice that we ulll attend to the dudes of our appoint ment nt the atom of Charles K. Peaso ,t Co., No. 1(7 to 155 Main atret In tho city of llurllngtoii. Vt , III said district on the 2Stli day of March next, at 10 o'clock u, '"bated tills :oth day of Peptcmbor, IfOI. I. S, PWArtl'3. U. O. WHBBfjHn. H,w;t, Coremlsaioiigis. MiciiAi;i. itVAX s dstati;. STATU Ob' VKIIMONT, Dlstrht of Chit tenden, FK The Ilcjinrabln the Probate Court for tho District of Chittenden, To all persons inteusted In die cspd" of Michael lis an, late ot l"udcr!..ll. do i cast ii, UI5K1.T1NU. Whereas, application hath been uvula to tins cnirt in writing, by tlio adiyul' tratur nl the estate ol Mui ael liv, in, lite of Underbill, dei .trod, piajh.g lor hcrse and i.mlionty t.. sell tin' whole of the real estate ol -uj de c ase.. tor thu i'.iviiii in i if ilelits .nut ihaigcii of adinlnistration. -iidntr jorili theiem tho amount of dibis line from sild dei'i a.-cd. tho chnrues m adnilnistra tl'iu, die umotinl of persuii il estate and the nti'utinn of the real I'lUate. W hen upon, tho said court apprnntel fii'd iistigncd dm L'lsi day of ji tube 1'i'U. at tlio Probate Court rooms, in s i t iii-trict, to hear and Ueenlo upon mi ! !plicatinu and petition, and nnuicd pal . notices thereof to l given to all poi in.i interested therein, by pulillshm .ud order, together with die time ai I boo of hearing, three weeks hicchssiv i .v in tho lluilington Weekly Tree Press, .i newspaper which circulntrb in th v M. Ighborbood of those persons I der-ted in said estate, all which public itlona shall i.e pievloua to tho day assigned tor lnai me. Therefore you arc. hereby notified to up pear before said Coirrt, at tho time m il place a.slgnil, then and dure in said court, to mako our obieciion to dm granting of sui-h licence. If you see cause, Oiven under my bund, at the Probata Court rooms, this tth day of October, I0iM. MAHCUbMJS A. J1INV.11AM H.w.tt. Judg, "Rubber "Bands AT THB FIIEB rBES3 ASSOCIATIOIT