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VOL. 1. NO, 23.
BAKliE, VT., FllIDAY, MAY i, 1808.
PRICE ONE CENT.
The Blue Store
By the Depot, Barre,Vt.
Men's and Boys' Fine
Women's and Children's
GIVE US A CALL.
Your satisfaction is our success.
Buy your Suburban Tickets at the
Blue Store on Depot Square at 6 cts.
SEGEL & BRADY, Prop'rs.
iKl'OT SQUARE. UARKK, VT.
L L Ponies,
The Cigars to Smoke
For Sale Everywhere.
Piivellf, Hendelshon k Co. MTrs.
L. Lewin, M'gr.
180 No. riain St. Barre, Vt.
We have a good stock orilered, will
arrive this week.
We now have a good stock of
H. L. AYERILL,
28 No. Main St. Tel. 31-3
We Are on Guard
For your interests as well as "ur own.
It meaus business for us. Every
man, boy and child needs a new
suit for sprinj:, and we carry the
best line in the City at the lowest
We have just received a fine line of
Meu'x, Hoys' and Children's
Which we will fell cheaper than any
store in lSarre or vicinity ever
We will offer for the next 10 days 100
hoys suits with sailor collars,
sizes from 4 to 15 years, at $1 .00
a suit ; sold elseweerc lor 82.00.
Hritij; your boy along and net one
Standard Clothing Co.'s Store1
War in Cuba, full act of Maine disas
ter, catch penny book are being pub
lished. See. that the book contain fi.OO
pages fully illustrated this, is the only
complete history from 1808 to 1898 by
Gonzabo de Quesadu.
1). A. & C. W. IY.ltltY,
811 Washington St. Barre.
BUZZKLL'S LUNCH ROOM.
A. II. Huzzell, the new proprietor of
the Red Slar Lunch Room, puis out to
his customers a chicken pic every Sun
day ; beef slew, Monday ; chicken stew,
Tuesday and Wednesday; lish chowder,
Thursday; fish halls, Friday ; hamburg
steak Saturday. Oyster stews, clam
chowders, baked beans, coffee and other
refreshments served at all hours.
finest and most lasting finish manu
factured is the Diamond Wall finish.
L. M. Averill sole agent.
Why sutler with Corns when you
can have them removed without pain
by Mits. S. M. YoitK, 12Kl.n St.
Notich! 1 am prepared to do first
class work in house painting, paper
hanging and calsoiniuing. Orders
li lint instil nriinint.lv attended to.
All my employees an; experienced work
men. No apprentices.
J. C. DoixiH, ICO Main St
nl JhTn ? V'ay tnt-rally cloudy, rain to-nyS!'-"e,,'an,,,0-mowl'it
Good Bye to Company E.
Thousands of People Crowd Our
Streets to Cheer Our Volunteers
as they Left Home for Burlington
llarre never saw so main- iwnnln in
so small a space on her streets as that
which gathered between -ten and eleven
o'clock this forenoon to witness the
" send-off " which tin? citizens of the
Granite City were to five our local
pride, the crack and loyal Company E.
Kaily this morning decorations were
placed on many buildings, and men
wearing our country's blue commenced
to appear on the streets.'
The Williamstown Cornet Hand
reached the city early and rendered
patriotic selections while the societies
were making ready for the march.
About ten o'clock the Translnutie band
made their appearance, and soon Cran
dall I'ost (,. A. R. marched up the
street to the armory. Uy this time a
score of peonle had nssemh ed from
Kane ami every surrounding town.
The parade started about 10 :3() o'clock
from the Armoiy in the following order:
.Marshal, Lity Clerk 15. . We s.
Transatlantic Hand, IliiJi School Cadets,
fire lenartineiit, Canton Vinton, Clan
fiordon, (iranite City Court foresters
of America. St. Johns Court Order of
foresters, Uniform Rank Kntuhts of
Pythias. Craiidall Post U. A. 1!., Wil
liamstown Hand. 'Company K with re
The parade moved up North Main
street, around the city park, and down
Washington street to the Central Ver
mont depot where a special train was
in waiting to carry the company to
Montpelier where they were joined by
Company II of that city and Company
f of Nortlifield. While the parade was
moving a cannon was secured from the
Montpelier Amend by consent of (Quar
termaster (ieueral Gilmore and was
fired many times. Bells rang and
scores of steam whistles tilled the air
with din, together with the loud and
eontiu jus shouting along the whole line
of inarch. At the depot the crowd
pressed forward to catch a last hand
shake from the heroes of Barre. Moth
ers, wives, sisters, children, sweet
hearts and friends with sad eyes gazed
on loved ones as the train rolled out of
night while a crowd of loyal friends
kept shouting: "Three Cheers for
Company K," " What is the matter with
Company E, they are all right."
lhe tram, consisting of two coaches
d a baggage car, moved out of the
station at snail pace while the crowd
waved flags anil handkerchiefs and
shouted good-bve to our first company
of American volunteers. The boys
will at once be put through the physical
examinations, and if Company E is
given attention to-morrow, those who
do not pass are likely to be home again
before the weeks ends. Our good
wishes and loyal cheers go out in one
accord to Company E, the loyal boys in
Base Ball at Goddard.
Lovers of good base ball will have a
chance lo see a line game on the Semin
ary campus Saturday afternoon at 2 ;I!0
o'clock when the school season will open
with a contest between the Goddard and
Burlington High School teams. The
Seminary team now hold the champion
ship and in their opening propose to
show other members that they are not
to be. counted as a back number this
year, Goddard will present her strong
est team and if the club scores a victory
tomorrow the Goddards will lead the
league tomorrow night as Burlington
yesterday defeated St. Albans high
school. "Captain Ayer has invited ex
Captain Lieth now of 1'. V. M. to um
pire the contest. Ca pi, Ayer gave out
the followipg baiting list of the home
t...,m thw mofiiini'. flair s s. PierceSib,
Tenney 1 f, Lamb ilb, Aver c, Bush p,
. ........ i .,
Gale r t , llulettli), i.nase c i, ju
Monday the Goddurds will meet ine
Middleburv college team with the same
baiting order. 'Turn out tomorrow and
give the boys a good send off. Play
ball says the umpire.
VERDICT FOR AVERILL.
The continued hearing in the case of
A. B. Averill vs. the Town of Barre
came up before Justice P. H. I link ley
of Montpelier yesterday. After hearing
about eight witnesses, the jury left the
court room at 10 o'clock last evening.
At. ll.ilo returned with a verdict for the
Plaintiff. Avetille was allowed one
cenl damages in addition lo costs of $j
K. M. Harvey appeared for the town
and W. E. Ba'rucy for the plaintiff.
Last fall Averille claims that dogs
killed a large number of his sheep but
the selectmen refused to pay for them.
Without A Rival.
As a positiv c cure for sprains, bruises,
and pains of all kinds, Salvation Oil
has no equal. Mrs. Frank Juif, 518
Gratiot Ave., Detroit, Mich., writes :
"I used Salvation Oil in my family
and can say it has no rival aa a lini
ment; it certainly cures pains. I
sprain'cd my ankle and it cured me
aud since then I have always used it
for any paina and bruises." Salvation
Oil is sold for only 25 cents. No other
remedy will do tho work as promptly.
One Minute Cough Cure, cures.
That U wbrt it was made far.
FRENCH LINER AND TWO
No News Froni Dewey
Vermont Legislature Votes to
Pay Volunteers ST.OOi Monahan
Gets 48 Yenrs. !
Is France Aiding Spain?
Big French Liner Captured by
Key Wkst, May C. Tho large irans
Atlantic steamer Lafayette from Corruna,
Spain, was captured off Havana at sun
set last evenin by the gunboat Annapo
lis. The Lafayette was headed directly
into Havana and was captured after an
exciting chase. After lhe olllcers of the
Annapolis had boarded her she attempt
ed to run the blockade, but stopped af
ter a shot was tired. The Wilining'on,
Merrill and Newport participated in the
capture. The Lafayette; was taken here
with her prize crew. It is believed she
has a contraband of war aboard. The
large number of men which were
aboard, leads tho officials to believe that
she carried recruits for Havana. The
Lafayette is a French irival reserve and
carries guns. It is probable France
will raise questions regarding her cap-1
IVUIIg Villi I 1 VI 1.1 Ik. J
ing to Save Her flother.
GKEKxriKi.n, Mass, May 0. Katie
Kendrigan, age 18, class of -99 of the
high school was severely burned last I
night while trying to save the life of her
mother, She died this morning, and it
is thought her mother cannot live. It
was caused by the upsetting of a lamp.
Miss Kendrigan was very popularaiuong
Clark Likely to Remain.
(Special to the Kntkhpiiikk.)
Montit.ukk, May (i. In conversa
tion with leading military men and
prominent members of lhe State Legis
lature, Gov. Grout, would not, it ir.
said, deny any rumors concerning who
was to command our Vermont troops in
the -field. A military ollicer closely
connected with the moving of the troops
to Bulliugton, gave out this meriting
that the first colonel of the Vermont
Volunteers would be Col. O. I. Clark.
Oregon Soon to be in Battle
Kev West. May 0. four Spahish
warships are. reported off Barbadocs,
and .preparing to intercept U. S. S. Or
egon. A naval battle is expected as soon
iis they meet. Prize court is selling to
day in the case of tho vessel Panama.
Wife Murderer Dean Held
'Beki.ix. May C. Benjamin f. Dean
who killed his wife last night, was ar
raigned this morning ami held without
Political Organization in
Havana, Ma) (. The recently elect
ed Cuban Deputies assembled for lhe
first lime yesterday, and effected an or
I To Pay Seven Dollars.
Vermont Legislature Voted this
Horning t4 Give That Sum to
I Special to the Kntkki'KIsk.)
Movrr-EiJisit, May 6. The morning
session of the House was opened with
prayer by Rev. . X. Lewis of Christ
church, Montpelier. The journal of
the last session was read. The matter
,i njiving tho volunteers who have en
listed or jwhf) shall enlist in the war
with Spain from Vermont was the lead
ing topic of (iiscussion today.
Efforts were made ny the House lo
amend thecbt4l reported by the commit
tee providing for $7 a month. Bliss of
of Calais off iring an amendment to pay
tho volunteers a State sum of 810 a
month. T,htr was lost on a yea and nay
vote.: ,Tk2ilfHvjjial bill was finally
passed paying the volunteers from Ver
mont $7 a month. The same passed
the Senate, and was at once signed by
Gov. Grout. The Legislature adjourn
ed without date at 12 :20.
Monahan Gets 48 Years.
Lancaster, X. II., May C. Thomas
Monahan was sentenced this morning
to 24 years at hard labor for the mur
der of Joseph Gothizce at Gorhain, Oc
tober 20, 181)7, and a like sentence for
the murder of Win. Thoits at the same
time. The second sentence begins at
expiration of tho first, and both are to
slate's prison. Monahan must also pay
costs of prosecution.
Monahan barely escaped having a
third to answer for. lie was drunk
when he shot Gothi."r on the street.
Later he met. Thoits on the track and
shot him, Wleii captured he shot
selectman Gates. Gates recovered.
Great Loss of Life.
London, May fl. A special from
Shanghai gives the Japanese reporis of
the. Manila fight. It w as received via
j Formosa, and says after desposing of
the tleet and Cavile, Dewey bombarded
the city of Manila. The City soon took
fire in many parts which was the work
of insurgents. There was a great loss
of life among the Spanish residents.
Will Not Intervene.
London, May 6 Certain powers, it
is learned have again made overtures
to Great Brilahi to intervene in war.
Great Britain has again refused.
No Americans Lost.
Key West, May 6. It is officii ly re
ported that in the Leyden expedition no
Americans orCubaus were lost or wound
ed. Spaniards had some killed anil
and many wounded.
Run on Bank.
New Bedfoiii) May. C There was a
run on the live cent savings bank today
caused by rumors set afloat since the
suicide of Cashier Terry of the Mechan
Savinrs Bank. All demands were
No Report From Dewey.
Washington. May C. Secretary
Long says not to expect any news from
Dewey before night at the earliest. He
has learned nothing but will give news
out as soon as rec eived as this is noth
ing more than just to friends and rela
tions. Lati.1!, 2 :o) r. m. No news has
been received from Dewey as yet. It is
hum Iy ex peeled.
U. S. S. Monitor in Boston
. Boston, May 6. The Monitor Le
high arrived at the harbor this lore
noon and is manned by a Massachu
setts Naval Brigade,
Two Schooners Captured.
Key West, May G. More prizes
were brought in here today. They
were Spanish fishing schooners.
Mutiny on Board Alamo.
Key West, May C. Mai lory liner
Alamo w ith West Point Cadets on board
bound f ir Cuba, had a slight mutiny
among the crew who refused to do their
diry on the ground that tho steamer
was not protected. They were quickly
put in in irons and the mutiny sup
pressed without trouble.
To Attack Canaries.
London, May, C A story is afloat
here to the effect that the British
admiralty has been advised by authori
ties at Washington, to remove British
subjects from the Canary Islands. This
is said to account f ir the cruiser being
ordered there by Great Britain, and
leads to the conclusion that Sampson is
to attack the Islands.
Temerario Sailed To-day.
lU'NEos Avnr.s, May G. The Spanish
torpedo gun boat Temerario which has
been repraring here sailed today pte
suinabl y southward.
Boston, May f. Lieutenant Hale
aid to General Merrill commanding the
department in the east was here in con
sultation with Governor Wolcott this
morning his mission being to inspect
suitable sites for two big army encamp
ments for crast defence.
A Womnii'n Stomach.
"The lcuf-'ir 1 live," paid tbo honso
physic ian ct one of tho Li y lititils, "the
more I wonder at and admire the l'emnlo
stomach. That abused organ, cabined,
cribbed and confined in a corset two
Fizes - too small, can stand more hard
knocks than any pugilist that ever
stepped into tbe ring. The average
woman at a hotel has the choice of a
world of things to eat aud does not
know in tbe least what to eat. Here is
a list of the things that were stowed
away at my table the other day by a
spiritnello creature weighing not more
than 100 pounds aud measuring 11
inches about the middle: Soup, fish
with rice sauce, olives, sliced cucum
bers, sweetbreads, turkey with chest
nut diesbing, grouse, asparagus, new
potatoes, cauliflower with chceso, two
helpings of lobster NewLurg, lemon
pudding, ice cream, cakes, Roquefort
cheese and coffee. The liquids were a
glass of white wine and a quart bottle
of beer, which she shared with Ler fa
ther. "No, I was not called in to attend
her. That fs her usual performance. I
weigh 195 pounds and take a great deal
of exercise. My dinner consisted of a
light soup, stale bread, a liberal pcrtiou
of beef, some peas, asparagus, cheese
and coffee. That was plenty, if not too
much. And women will drink sherry,
milk punches, cocktails and other heavy
concoctions aud perhaps feel tbe effects
f them too. But they get over it quick
ly. " Sioux City Tribune.
Every mother should know that very
young children often suffer for tbe want
of fresh, ocld water. This they should
have every two hours, aud more fre
quently if they become restless and
fretful. Fretfulness ia generally caused
by great thirst. When making a voyage
DRUG STORE HOURS.
Like the physician ami all others who minister to human
ills, the druggist holds himself ready to serve the public at
all hours night or day.
At least we do.
It's handy to know beforehand that in case of sickness
in the night or out of regular hours there is a drug store
that is ready to serve you night or day.
Our drug: store is one of that kind
KENDRICK & CO.
205 X. Main Street. Opposite Depots.
Is the Greatest Improvement in 98
Stand the Test.
G. J. REYNOLDS & SOtte
We are Agents for the
Gates, Austin & Co.
Gents Furnishings, Books and Stationery.
20 X. MA IX STREET.
don't You Know
That it is getting too warm weather to be stewing over that
hot kitchen stove, baking cookies for the children, then come
to us and test our lint of COOKIES, fresh every week at
2 lbs f o a quarter.
THAT IT IS TIME
To be sowing your little garden plot if you expect to indulge
in green goods during the summer, then come and get your
SEEDS of all kinds at the old reliable.
That Ave have a full line of everything pertaining to the
Grocery Business, then come and see us at Depot Square.
10 Depot Square,
DR. E. E. BEEMAN,
Graduate of American
School of Osteopathy, Kirks
8 a. m., to 12 m.
1 p. m. to -4 p. m.
Oilicc 04 State St.
The vault at Klinwood Cemetery will
be open the Ilrd day of May aud before
that time for the purpose of removing
the bodies from tho tomb.
1'. (1. Camp, Sexton-
The Best Grocers.
F. W. Nichols
has a line of
Riovrloc ,,,e most cora"
UllsyVslCO) plete of any in
the eily, and he will sell them at any
price yon want. Prices ranging from
$20 to SI 25.
A larae number of second hand
wheels almonst given away, in the
Basement of the Nichols
Block. Come and see
One largest size Kerosene Oil Gai
Stove, with Oven, usual price $22.00.
Will sell tor cash b clo.-e at 117.00.
This siove cannot explode aud suits nil
users. L. M. Averill.