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VOL. XIV. NO. I.
THE REFORMER! BRATTLEBOBO. VT.. TUESDAY. JULY 30. IG01, 8 LIVING FLOWER. , fc... " i ( gAQg FHQgJCa. -G. FROELICH. i g'jzrrL,, i 3s" - - - : ' J. , -Z-1 : t 5? r :i -i-i t?;!- '.-2- ag-Tk.sJ i jS h 8 1 ,r g3 , ! Mr )o ... cr , asked .!,. me . fur .. a flow'r, Be ! a. So to 'TSBft the j gar - gf. den's glow - ing bed, I ; I - 3-Thca ' Uck I ' has ' . pfa . ten'd t to his tide. But " " ; ' - 7T as iS--1 jf J fore he'd sail a . way, .' And whis - per'd, "Dar ling ev . 'ry wan der'd in my que, " I pass'd the queen . ly tose so i 0' a &0VI'' I ' brought, And to " his ques tion I re ' fright, - m O ncazj The bud shall with me stay. 'V. It failed in beau - - ly's test. W '.' ( " ' r-sv-' i found not what r I scuyht. iic I I ,' .m. m. -m- -m- -.3. . I jfri'a ....... jjtb - . ri. 0zrrizrg a g tf F r: rJL -kr. fT.i' I wear it on my beat - inj lienrt So clioo'c it well v i'.li 'ove's s cct i , Lil -- y looked too stale - ly grand To po villi litin ti It - t i.;n i-U fo-.v'r can tell the love 1 bear, Hut t..ke me to oiir licr.it n:.d 1- 1 tt& 5r.mTT- " " - " ' f ftdmato. . 1 art A flow'r that like thy - self shall be, And I IsnH TImiiati mire. it spm'd too nroud and cold. A there, A Jiv - ing flow'r con - lent I'll re.stt He J , , . J: i--Z Tr.t 1 ' 1 1 '-2:2- . r ! -H r- m , ; B-mXi m-z-. . 1 mind me faith - ful - ly of thee." A flow 'r . that like thy - self s'i: ' imem - 'ry of my love to hold Though pure it seem'u too ,iroud nml an - swer d gad, "Yes, love that's best v A liv - ing llow' con - tent IT be. And mind me faith - ful ly of thee. coM, A mem 'ry of my love lo lipid. ,esti He an swer'd glad "Yes, love that's best. dtz m:- - cvzr. zzzrrrrrrrarrrtgjj. ;.r-zni A Living Flower. 3, ' f Subscribe for tbe MMll TUESDAY. S1.50 a Year. FRIDAY. r5 ?s (COPYRICHT) Al'I'KTI.IXIi PISHES. l!y Jlrs. I'.iirbiiru Suillor. Rome d.iy vvliin you do not know what to cook lor your fmiiily, cunsnlt this ui'tii le ami try one or nioiv of tho l"c iiics. .My husband culls tlicni "n))c tilc coaxcrs," mid soiuctimcx lie thinks liotliiuK else would Inivc cuilsed hini to nit lit nil. They lire not dithYult to prcinirc ami will repay you for their trial. Several of the dishes suwested I huve found also to be very popular luncheon dishes. Stuffed Potatoes. Italic good-sized iotatoes until soft, and cut n round piece from the top of I'lich. Scrape out the iaside carefully without breakiliK the skin and mash it smoothly with a half a tcnspoonful of butter and the same of cream for each potato. Season with salt and pepper lind mix soft with milk. Stir in one beaten t'isir for six potutucx, put buck into the skins and heat thoroughly. mutton choi's m itii cukksl saici:. Rrusli the chops with olive oil or dip them ill melted hutrer. Hroil over u brisk tire, tiiiiiiinr every sixty seconds, liefore the bfoiliiif.' prcpnru this siimr and let it Maud over hot weter. 1'or cicht to ten chops parboil two .r three onions, drain, fc in pieces and put over the lire witl? two lablespooiifiils of butter, one tiaspoonf ul of supir and a dash of pepper and salt. Let it cook without coloriiiL'. Add two tnldespoou- fuls of boiled rice and n pint of broth and simmer until the onion is very soft. Adil two lablespoonfuls of finely prilled cheese ami when thoroughly mixed, press the whole throiifrli a puree sieve, lust before seiniiii); to the table add a tablespoonfiil of cream. HiT-ndod rillets of Turkey, flit the breast of a cold cooked turkey into slices thrcc-cihlbs of an inch thick ami trim into pieces of a iinifnriii shape. Cook half a cup of soft blend crumbs to a paste in half u cup of milk, stiriiiii; frequently, add two tuhlcspoon fuls of butter, three-fourths cup of raw veal, pounded smooth, the white of an VHK. a few strains of cayenne and a Kcncrous fourth tenspoonful of salt. -Mix and press throiiKti a puree sieve, spnad the mixture smoothly upon one side of the tillets, ei't-' and bread iMiimb them and fry in deep fat. Serve oie overlappim; another, crown fashion, nroiiml a biuuh of parsley or celery tips or around a mound of preen peas or a luacedoine of vegetables. OIlil.KT son. Put two tablespoonfiils of butter Into fryintt pan, ami when hot, brown in it an onion, o:ic small carrot ami a pail of a turnip, all sliced. When they bepin to brown, add two lablespoonfuls of flour and the piblets of four chickens or two turkeys, saute to a poldon brown, cut the cibiets in small pieces and put all itito the soup kettle with peppT and salt mid three quarts of cold watiT or stock. Simmer this five hours, then strain, l'.rown one-fourth cup of flour In the same amount of browned butter, dilute anil cook with n little i obi stock or water and stir into tbe soup. I'ass one of the livers throiiiih a sieve into the soup, adil the juice of half a lemon. ami the yolk of a haul boiled ev-u- for each plate. SPICES "TSST MUSTARDS I ggff Years j success 3: The Beit Proof of tbe r ' Purity and Excellence ; of our Coods S' STICKNEY & POOR l SpiCO CO S: Founded ISIS V.,MMAVAMMVW.V.V.V.W.MWW!r Trusses. Stock Complete. All Styles and izes. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. We fit you or we don't keep your money. GREENE'S PHARMACY. Lobster An Oratin. Mince one onion line ami plnee it in a stewpaii with two ounces of butter and n tulilcspoouful of flour. As it cooks mid one lint of wanned milk ami one half tenspoonful of salt, one-fourth tea spoonful of white pepper and n few Brains of cayenne, .lust before adding the meat of one lobster, put in a table spoonful of crated cheese and boil th whole two minutes. Add the yolk of an pub. mix niiicklv and till pastry shells with the mixture, seatteriuB crumbs ami bits of butter over th I vo them in the oven for ten ute.s and serve hot or cold. uead lop. uiia- ciiEAMKn coi:m:i i:ki:f. A variation of thi familiar and popu lar coined beef hash is known ic creamed corn beef. The cold cookei corned beef left over from n dinner b cut into dice and stirred ill a wince be fore it is put into a buttered pmldiiiB ilhh. The mixture is then covered with halt a cup of cracker crumbs or united bread crumbs stirred into a little melted butter and the ilish set in the oven and baked until the crumbs arc brown. I hi sauce is made by ereamiiiB two lable spoonfuls of flour and two of butler, with two cups of hot milk into which n slice of onion has been put diirinB the li.-u t inir iiioeis-. The onion should be taken out when tin- sauce is cooked thick and a tlavnriiiB of celery salt added. Stuffed Sardines. Hone the sardines carefully and drain the oil from them. Lay them in tarru boii vim-Bar for fifteen minutes, remove them and sprinkle with pepper. .Mime ami mix to a smooth paste one dessert spoonful of chopped shrimps and a lit tle butler and pepper. Stuff the sar dines with this mixture, lay two on a lettuce leaf on each plate and serve, with brown bread, thinly sliced and but- tcr-d. se bi baskets. the n of a l,o of a i then set the pulp l'ie Fruit Iiasket--. ape fruit or oraiiri Scoop out ihe pulp mil nts of six baskets of cclutiuc snaked fn i of cold water until in hot water to diisi with sliced bananas. -I rries enoiiBh to heap the bak eetill to renin. d wi'h w hipped s for the and allow a quarter a quarter soft, and .Ive. Mix flesh ber- Ulltil there is ets. Mix with taste. Serve l'.KUI.IN PANCAKES. Melt one can of butter in a cup of .i I,,., I milk, add a teiispoolif ill of salt slid half n cup of siiBnr. and when hike. warm, two cakes of compressed yeast one whole cl-b and tbe yolks of fivi others, with sufficient flour to form t: iIoubIi that kneads. Km ad until elastic 111. ii set aside to rise to twice its bulk Moll Into a sheet half an inch thick and ' imt upon half of it, in spots two in.-he-apart, a tiaspooTifi.l of cherries, car-rant-, jelly or mai inabide. Fold tht I second hall of the iIoubIi over the first nil. cut out in circles Willi tin I meats ill the centre of the cakes. ' nBi'.in libt. fry in hot fat like and when Bunion lirow'i and i inn. men wh.le still IP' in- W1i.ii doiiBh- roll in hot. I'lVl finely i butter hp dry but Fry ounces of ponud of soueee ii onion .'ml Miiiied f livers :;l- :iud p. pper, sli mid add two v thoroUBblv and set a: while niakiiiB a patu ak iiiB two pancakes. On pared meal and cnvi r Cut into fancy slmpi h Ciifl.-N. : chopped onion in two - and son!; uiic-quarTer I in i old water and i a cloih. Add ii t" the r with half a pound "f El Ii CI Fane cie. l-BB in si; CFTLETS WITH POTATOES i two ounces of bum hum. s.r ou - and I'o'ir Iiard-boil. d cbb i iln-iii w ith a Bill of b I wlult Let -1 pal n 1 sea in. -pi-ii. . heal up, and the y with pep mi a iiili Lot '.be :i-h.- n i .'p- r ill, is .,r uuili th Bidden mid di-ii "ii little raw and to I. II. el' p.. .H.-.lB 'S. i am! fry in add a . Ik of a icr, sail w n. a I and one mini id. Seasi'M stir over the tin ,1 Well bellten l-U two fowl's i with snlr illilil hot I Mix! i I UN b to a r. cutlets. lei idc to pet cold i- batter a-id try on. lay the pre wilh tin- other, when cold, saute veilow and diih as ordinary Cr.ok i t" one pint oi and v.hib- - - -I' ' I lid . in- -nee ' Mix toB'-ilicr on of 'ter.r an 1 two n Ii' li st ir i UU-. .s-l II I' .-rat-d et 1 irain border i. -n in ir thirtv Uiinuti s. B b-t on-- "turii r of milk onion cm, ie lo a boil. bei.piuB labh spoonful .if butter, and add to it . ,,f the bodiiiB milk- l.cii siiiootii, ,to the milk and cook for ten uiin ,.,i;, tin -on and tl 'fn. ItC-T TAMA LAS. Scnbl n quart of white coriuneal. usiiiB water to make it quite nmi-t. Tear corn husks into narrow ribbons ami use other husks to hold the mixture, forniiiiB a roll about six inches Ioiib in the cent: f the husk. To a pint of cooked chicken, chopped fine, add a Spanish pepper, chopped tine, and n tenspoonful of salt. Put two lable- Rj nfuls of Ibis mixture into the centre of the eornnieal. which should be rolled over the mixture and the whole placed i,. ,i husk, nn.l tied with the ribbons. Put the bones taken from the into the bottom of the kit til sliced onion, three or four cloves, two bav leaves, salt and pepper, cover with cold water and Bradually briiiB lo Ihe lindiiiB point. Lay the tainalas upon the holies above water and cook for about two hours. coo,l fasti live minute lotiBcr and season to COIiNMEAL AM LI' E WAFFLES s:;,, i tb. i- half a cup of corntucal. half a cup or fl'.nr. one ti .... I . .....1 I.e.. tt'HSliOOllful powder and add one cup of cold hoi ed rice Ora-lnallv mix this with the yolks of two . bb. beaten and diluted with one cm. and n half of milk and lasily add ,. tal.lesniK.i. fids of melt, d butter and the whiles of the cBB beaten until LIGHT! LIGHT! LIGHT! The Comine; of Twentieth Century Has Brought a New Light. THE KERN THE KERX INCANDESCENT GAS LIGHT BURNER oi-lijises nil yet jirotluceil : it gives a very lieiiutit'ul light, anil more for the etmie money than any other. It is very simple, requiring no chimney ; mantles do not lilacken, anil lust a long time. The ordinary size iss 40 candle power, consuming only 1 ctihit toot of gas per hour. No. 2 is. 0 candle power, consuming 2 cubic feet per hour. No. 3 is 120 candle power, consuming 3 cubic leet per hour. Prices no higher than any first-class, burner. We are the only agents in Biattleboro. We sell also the OLD and Well-established WELSBACH, Mantles, Chimneys, Shades, and furnish anything in the line of Gas and Electric Fittings. GAS STOVES. We have sold some 200, all on trial none returned yet. Ladies, like tlu iti, they tire economical1, clean, the best cookers. no a-hi's, no tilth of any kind. It is almost time to think about them. Special price for G:is for Stoves. Call and see us at Xo. (5 CROSBY BLOCK. BRATTLEBORO GAS LIGHT GO. S. F. PETTS & CO. KSTAULIsIILI) 1.VP. WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS. BOSTON, MASS. '231 Friend St. ami Ul A 1 18 Canal St licllable (Joods For Family I spoonful of f bakiiiB dry. chicken I add n OYSTEKS ON TOAST. Small ovsters, u siilliei. nt quantity for r.niubi r of slices to be covered. I ut irto 1 saucepan a tablespiHuiful of but ler Hess will do. When it bourns In bubble pour in the oysters which hne been d'rai.u-il. Add a little black l pper, mid Ktir with a fork once or twu-e dur iiiB six or sev.-n minutes. Spread the preparation !i tou-t. and serve hot. PAltlSIAN POTATOES. KOASTER Cut out of uncooked potatoes n pint of little balls and cook them in salted. boiliiiB water for ten minutes, or until nemlv tender. Pram and toss into n frviiiB pan with four tablespoonfiils of molted butter and a little salt. Set tin pan in I 'veil. shnkiiiB it frequ.iill.v until the potatoes are thovouBhly cooked and well brow tied. Add a little frodi butter more sail if n.s-.l.-.l and n table- s mful of ehopi'l parsley. Toss the balls about to distribute the niBiedier.ts eveniy mid stive at "iiee. SPMHIETTI A LA I'l'ALl ENNE. Poil for twenty minutes one quarter pound of unbroken macaroni or spag hetti, drain and place in cold water. When ready to serve, pour over it a sauce made of one laiiicspnouiu. .u I,. hi.- one onion, one ciove 01 Bam., one lablesp iful of chopped celery one-half pint of strai u-il .....ked for ten minutes. of mid tomatoes, all Sprinkle the Fxix.rt old Sour Mah ftonrhon, Pelt's ld Ifeserve, Sherwood Pure live Malt, Jetlerson Club ItourUui, 1'Hrkiand Old BourlKin, Petts X X Kye and Ilourlmn, Petts X Kye and llourbon. Pure Corn Whl-kev. Pure Hay Mow Whiskey, Lawrence'. Old Mtdford Hum, Caldwell's Portorho Rum, American Uin, Kve Ciln, Hid (ill), & Mottles California Wines (assorted) California Wines, ail kinds. p. Per Ba!. f.l.of' i. .no 4.00 4.01' ;...i(' 2.no l.:.'. 1 .fkl f 1 2.00 I 3.00 4.o0 2.00 3.00 4.00 l.OO 1.00 2.00 DniBcbts Pure Alcohol, ImiKirted Port and Sherry Wine, 1 2.50, f 3.00 and 4.(10. All coods carefully packed and shipped to your address In any part of New England. We make uo charges fur puckaBes or pnckiiiB Send 1. O. order, KeBistered I.ttfer or Ex press Money order and you will receive your goods by return expre-s. Price Lists sent sent by mall on application. For reference your local bank. Wiliius Just Now YOU NEED Pure llellibore. Moth Balls, Insect Powder, ALL CAX BE HAD AT THOMAS' Pliarmacy. 5 per cent. 5 per cent. top with Brute. I cheese and serve hot. two of turmeric. YELLOW PICKLES. Take t vo Billions of vim-Bar wooi. Is ..f siiBar. one ounce .i...... of .dUni.-e. one of clov maec, one pint of mustard seed and two tablespoonfiils of celery seed. Pouu.I u t,,L',-tlier unit stir n wit- h.m oiiicm, Take thn-e birce heads of rabbape, .n.l .nl,l in brine, squeeze !ry lianp in the sun two or three days; put in a lnrte jar. cover with strong. ibl lnenr au.1 let stand twenty-four hours. Drain and por over tne spiceo in-car. S.UtOINE SALAP. Remove the skin and backbones one Isvi-i- hex of Fn-nch sardines .1,..,., in small pieces and squeeze ,h..t,. the inice of a lemon. Arranri I them on i-risii, younB letluc- f I pour over thein half a pint muse. from Cut fiver leaves and of n.nyon- -ut and FORCEMEAT FH VEAL. With six ouneis of bread crumbs mix the crated rilil of half a lemon, a table rpoonful of chopped savory herbs and three ounces of finely chopped beef suet er of butter broken Into small pieees. Feasoli with pepper, salt and nutmeg nd bind with tw well bentm epBS. Call at the Grange Block for all kinds of Steam and Plumbing Goods. Also cirrj a Crst class line or STOVES and RANGES at lowest prices. P. FLESVSINC'S, PATENTS DESIGNS TRADE-MARKS . AND COPYRIGHTS . OBTAINED ADVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY Notice in "Inventive Aeo" Book "How to obtain Patents" Chortjp moderate. No fee till patent is secured. Likuktv pincur comiucuum. uuirw, E. G. SIGGERS, Patent Layer. Wathinoton, 0. C. uoimncu FREE FIRST MORTGAGE LOANS On North Pakota and JVashinBton Farms. No form of Investment has proven safer or more prompt In payment 01 interet tu.in a larm luor'BaBe wi 1. placed. Fifteen vears'ex I perience in plaeini; iiiortBiiBes convinces us ! that we can handle vour tunds safelv. and wt- recommend our loans as a safe investtuent. Correspondim-e solicited. TL Loan k Trust Cnpr, BRATTI.EBOKO. VT. F. B. PUTNAM, Cen'l Agent. THE PEOPLE'S NATIONAL FAMILY NEWSPAPER. NEW- YORK Published Monday, Wednesday and Fri day. Is In reality a fine, fresh, everv-oth- erilav Dally. K'vinB the latest 'news on .htysof Issue, andeov-crir-H news of the oth er three. It contains all important forei.'n cable news which ap pears In Tim DAILY Tribune of same date, also Domestic and Foreign Corre spondence, tbort sto ries, Eleeant ha If-tone Illustrations. Humor ous items. Industrial Tni 1lfrPll V information. K.i-bion I nrlflC tRLT Notes. Airrleultural III tUllLI JltteSJ1i Comnre- hensive and reliible Finani iul and Market reports. Regular Subscrip tion price, $1..V) per vc-itr. TRIBUNE AVefnrnNh it with TH K KKFUliMEU for i-SA) per yt ar. riih:i(jl)0l on Thurp tlay, anrt kiiunn for lifiirly stxtv viurs In rery iari of the Vnlied MdieHb a Na tional Fumttv New 1'Hiwr of the htKheft fur tr iiirs anil viliatrern. It ntaliift ail tne mopt 1miKrtan( frenerH I n nf ih DAILY TRIIirSE up t hour of frolnff 10 reR, an AgrU-ulturu) Oepattment of the hiphjpt ortler. has en terialntnjr reatUnj fur every memler of the family, old ami younp. Market Keoru which are accepted ut author Ity by farmers and country merchants. acd Is clean, tip to date. IntereMlr.K and iDittriKliVU. lingular &ubrK'rhtlon IrHe, fl-firt jkt year, We furnish with H T D I D II U CTHK IEKKO,:MKi: f,,r I n I D U fa f "w IKr year NEW- YORK WEEKLY CRANCE BLOCK. ELLIOT STREET. Send all orders to T1IE REFORMER, Rraltltboro, ft. I.)