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VOL. 1. NO. 25.
J3A11RE, VT., MONDAY, MAY 9, 1808.
PI1ICE ONE CENT.
The Blue Store
By the Depot, Barre,Vt.
IS THE PLACE TO BUY
Men's, Boys' and Children's
Men's, Women's and Child
Men's, Women's and Child
at Rock Bottom Prices.
Your inspection is Invited. Satisfaction
guaranteed or your money back.
New lines of straw hats are couiiii,' in daily,
(dve us u cull.
A down-stain tenement to rent. Inquire nt
iei ouf suburban tickets here at )c a trip.
SEGEL & BRADY, Prop'rs.
DKWT SQUARE. ' HAKKK. VT.
L L Ponies,
The Gigarsto Smoke
For Sale Everywhere.
Piiytt, Hendelshon & Co, Sirs.
L. Lewin, M'gr.
180 No. rlain St. Barre, Vt.
7YVuttns "and" Novelties.
Show your 'Patriotism.'
Just Received. All Trices.
H. L. AYERILL,
28 No. Miiin St..' 31-3
We Are onGnari
For vnur interests as well us "iir own.
It means business for us. Every
man, boy and cliiM needs a new
suit for sprit)", nnd we carry the
'best line in the City at the lowest
We have just received a fine line of
Men's, Hoys' and Children's
Which we will sell cheaper man any
store in Barre or vicinity ever
We will offer for the next 10 days 100
boys' suits with sailor collars,
sizes from 4 to 15 years, at 81.00
a suit ; sold elsewcerc lor S'2.00.
hrini your boy along and gpt one
Standard Clothing Co.'s Store
War in Cuba. Full act of Maine disas
ter, catch pennv book are being pub
lished. See that the book contain GoO
na"es fully illustrated this is the only
complete history from 1808 to 1898 by
1). A. & C. W. 1'EHitv.
H!$ Washington St.
HUZZELL'S I.UXCU BOOM.
A. U. Bii7.zclL.thc new proprietor
.1... P. , I 1 iim.h Unnni. nuts out
1111' IK II ..11.. ....... I
bis customers a chicken pie every
il.i' hi ! :! iV Mnndav : chicken
slew, Tuesday and Wednesday: (isli . lewder,
Tl.ui-dTy; list, balls, Friday; hamburg
steak Saturday. Oyster stews, clam
chowders, linked beans, coffee and oilier
refreshments served at all hours.
and most lasting finish manu
s the Diamond Wall Finish
L. M. Averill sole agent.
Whv sillier with Corns when y
can l,'ve then, r ved without pain
Musi S. M. YoHK, VI v
Vi.i h i.. I inn lirenare.l to
class work in house painting,
bHii.ri,,..' and cnlsomintng'-
.1... T...i. 11 ...11 iirmiiotlv a'teni
loieii-11 mi. mi... 1 1 - , . 1
All my employees are experienced
HoNTO.V, MNV '..
-h'nir tonight and Tuesday
Won a Victory.
The Champion Goddards Defeat
Burlington High' Schooi 21 to 6.
A small crowd witnessed the champ
ion (ioddni'ds, the present' holders of
the -League cup, defeat Burlington
High School by a score of 21 to (i on
the Seminary campus Saturday after
noon, and thus open the Interseholistic.
season with a victory. The Goddards
played the best game since their appear
ance on the iliinonil. The strong point
of the home team was in the battery.
Hush had complete control of the ball,
ami never got wild, lie is sure to ile
vclope. into the best Iwirlcr (iodilard
ever gave a place on a ball team. The
receiving end of the battery is Aver, a
player of long experience and the eipial
of any ( ulcoer who ever wore a (ioddard
uniform. His throwing to bases is per
fect. Too much could not lie said con
cerning the great work by the (ioddard
battery, and tliis will prove a valuable
equipment in the league contest. In
addition to tin; work 11s battery both
Bush and Ayer used the stick in much
the same way as Dewey and his men
handled the Spanish licet. It is not
necessary to mention every (ioddard
player, as every man did excellent work
in the field and with the club. In only
one inning tint the tioiUlartls liciti poor
ly anil then their lony lead prevented
the visitors from deriving any advan
tage. For the visitors Williams the
colored captain ai.d I-'islier did the best
work. The visitors lest through poor
stick work and ragged lidding. .Mor
gan their pitcher has been advertised
as a eraokeriaok, but if his work here
is a sample of his wonderful abilities,
the man has been wrongly named,
(ioddard found no trouble in making
singles and doubles at will. Hairy
I.ieLh, captain of last years God lards,
but now of the University i f Vermont,
umpired the game to the complete sat
isfaction of both sides. ISv winning the
game (ioddard leads the Vormon luter
scholastic league having won one game
lest none, while Burlington has defeat
ed SI. Albans High School. Tiie next
game in the league to be played by (lie
Goddards is at Burlington next week
Monday. The teams in this league are
St. Albans, Sl. Jolmshury, Burlington,
Montpelier Seminary and GoddardSem-
inarv".. (iodiriirds are 1I10 present, hold-
.ersof the cup whnli' is given? by the
L'uiv rsity of Vermont Atliolctie, jtso
ciittiou. The story 'of Saturdays' game is as
follows. The visitors wcie the lirst at
bat. Campbeii with a mighty swimr,
sent the ball over the left field fence for
two bases. Fisher reached lirst on an
error by Fierce.' -..Campbell undertook
to steal third and was caught by Aver
to Lamb. While Donald was at the
bat, Fisher started for second and saw
his finish, Ayer to Fierce. Donald Hied
out to l-'lagg. (ioddard opened with
Fla'' "oin"' to lirst on four balls- Pierce
followed indie same way, Flagg ad
vaneiu" to second. A two'-baggcr by
Tenney sent Flagg ami Fidvo across
,e home plate. Lamb failed to con
nect with the ball and went out on sinks.
Ayer went out to Donald, Tciiney ad
vancing to third,-Hush went to lirst by
being hit with the hall, anil stole second..
Tenney scored on a pass, Bush going
to third. Gale made a siugls. which
brought Bush home. Chase Hied to
For Burlington, .Joiner, alter a vain
attempt to make a bunt, went out oil
strikes. Williams did the same, Feck
reached first on a baibniiil'f of an easy
fly by Tenney, stole .second ami went to
third' on an error by Lamb. Lapour
failed to hit, the ball going out on
strikes. Then came the Waterloo for
ii. , !;t,,rs in the fatal second inning.
11..1..H .iiMim t he a KICK in a
i,.l tliiv.l on a that'll drive b r
Pierce sacrificed lliilett scoring and
riar.' 1Va. lied third. - Tenney went to
first'-on an error by Donald, Flagg
crossing the rubber. Tenney stole
second, Ltimh as given lirst on an un
accepted chance by Fisher, Tenney
...iicliinir third by the play. Ayer hit 11
diaro drive for a single, lemiey
1 1. u,.,,..iin-. Bush made a
"... 1;. .n- Avt"r in with, nnot her
lie. "kept up "I" Vi 'org n ""H-
in"' another Gdililaril man, r.usii,
' .1' rf'l.n.. nl.:il
rtlfu inlo port Willi a . -
U-m the ball to first by a finely placed
hit dale, in the meanwhile, having
stolen second, went home 011 the hit
stole second, Milieu lanuo.
liml went to life bench. Flagg
uiaue am" ..!., 11,,
.1 w.l lief lll' e. .
1111 l nase wanv u
lief gOHicu 111
shape of u nui. 1 icno . ... .........
, error by .Joiner, Flagg dashed safely
" third. -Tcmey was . .he next man
i..,il who bad ehang"d places
"l'v . ' ' '. V . t i...it ......I KI:i.'ir
with Fisher, h
III II r-rn
baited towaril nisi ami
1'or the visitors, Alien shuck
out : Morgan
kept him company. 1 amp-
ldl went to his
went out, Ayer
nii tour nans i iniii i
1,. llulett. For dod-
, . ... 1 1 ..mil retired on
1 im a weau n
,11110, -, , , . . (I,,..
Kisher to Duliatil. ' ' " " ," '"
, , I . euer,,i.yofVii.er. Bush cut
I,?,,, IVek to Domihi: Ayer was . ,.
second, but c.Kii.i ;"'' .
Hiod out 10 UP"" wl" lnil,l 11 "'"
'I'neiSilJ' Donnld fouled on, to
Ucr. .loi.nr struck out tu.d Wi lian.s
Us retired, Ib.sh. to llule.l l iw
was put out, Morgan to l;mald. I,ul
, ,, l.,aoe:lea.id rcaclicd third on
a double by
riag ,r. 1 ici en iiki...
IliilctFsi'oring and Flag"
Tenney made' hi'.
rcacliing 1.1 nr
lir.i to llllllg
in another run.
I .mill iieide
hit and Tcnbcy attempted
1.. iMiniii from second
to lioine ami was
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l ui uril l'A'ir. )
Vermont Troop For
BE SENT TO THE PHILLIPINES
AT ONCE CABINET SO DECIDES,
Sampson at Porto Rico
Probably soon will meet Spanish
Squadron N. T. N. G. to
Move South. !
Troops Fired Into Mob.
London, May 9. V special from
Madrid says, that the municipal build
ings at Linares had been sacked by a
mob of rioters. The tr.iops which are
kept in c. insta ll r,;a lins-i to quell
these outbreraks, tired into ihe midst
of the rioters killing H and wounding
Miilitia Being sent
Island Take, Mich., May 9. dov.
Filigree has been notified by secretary
Alger that as fast as the first and second
regiments of Michigan Volunteers can
be mustered, they will be sent lo Chic-
Price of Bread Rising.
Cliic.vio. May 9. The bakers in the
city have raised the price of bread one
cent per loaf owing to the increase in
the price of vvhe.it.
Another Cable Cut.
Nr.W Vouu, May 9. All cable con
nection with Buenos Ay res has been cut
off owing to an intcruption of connec
tion between Moulivcdo and Rio (irande
Seven Klondikers From New
VicToHiA, B. C, May 9. Last Mon
day the ice covering a si ream in the, de
file near Crater Lake gave way under
the strain from the passing through of
Klondikers. More than a score of these
old seekers were precipitated into tne
" . . ... j .1
water ami tlrowneu. nevcu 01 ui.-m
were from the Kastern States but it has
been impossible lo ascertain their mimes.
Spanish Floet off Portugal,
Lisnux, May 9. The newspapers
here say that a Spanish Heel of nim
,.,ij,.Ij missed here vesterdav. sailing
in a southerly direction, evidently
bound for Cadi.
No News of Engagement
St. Tiiumas, Wkst Imiii'.s, May 9.'
The Spanish cursor Isabel arrived here
this morning, communicated . with the
Spanish consul, and immediately sailed
away. They brought no news of the
engagement which is supposed to have
taken place in this vicinity ycslerd ty.
Washington, May 9. Secretary
Long II mil y denies the report of the ac
cident lo 1 lie Cincinnatli and that, the
Montgomery has had an engagement.
Milan Riot Suppressed,
Lt ZAN, Switz., May 9. The great
riot which has been going on for sev
eral days in Milan is thought to have
been suppressed. Ucinfoicemenl. troops
wire pouring into lire eily all night.
Destination of Vermont
WASiti niTON, May 9, Secretary Al
ger this afternoon announced the desti
nation of the Xew England liefiiments
which have been formed into volunteers
The first regiments w hich are ready for
service will go to (,'liicaniauga, thence
to Tampa and other ports preparatory
to embarking for Cuba.
'1'hc third division remains for the
present in the Slate subject to a call
for the ThiHjiiTe5rt;,gcui;ral reserve
purposes. It. -is possible they may
never be called to leave these states.
The official list includes the following :
To Chicanianga, one regiment from
Mass. one regiment from Mass, ami one
from Vermont to the Department Com
mander for coast defence etc.
Martial Law Now Reigns.
M aukid, May !). The martial law
has been proclaimed in the provenees
of Albaoete and Jaen. Kiots have
broken out in Cadi, and , Alicantes and
it is feared more trouble will follow.
Mahkiii, May 9. The ministers of
war here are organizing reinforcements
to be sent to the Fhilipencs, and it is
thought that notwithstanding the defeat
received in that quarter, the Spanish
government will still endeavor by su
preme effort to maintain its proprietor
ship in the Fhilipenes.
Mialitia Would Not Volun
teer. Xew VoitK, May 9. Adjutant den
eral Tillinghast announced to-day thai
the 22d regiment of Xew York City
will be mustered into the volunteer ser
vice instead of the lilth which will be
disbanded. The 13th refused to vol
unteer in the United Slates army be
cause Ihev could not retain their or-
guniz.ition as a State militia organi.a
The Oregon Moving,
Fi.MilA. BiSA7.ll., May 9. The I'nitcd
Stall's battleship Oregon arrived here
this morning. It is believed that her
commander is acting under secret in
structions from Washington.
M V M To the Front Thurs
day Boston. May 9. It is thought that
two Massachusetts regiments will be
sent to the front next Thursday. It is
expected one will be sent to Chieka
mauga and one to Washington,
N Y N G to Washington
At.iiANV N, Y. May 9 Governor
Black to day issued an order directing
Adjutant General Tillinghast to Jselect
four regiments to go to Chicanianga at
once and two more to go to Washington
Washington, Whj 8 The resi
dent today nominated Charles II. Al
len of Lowell, Mass., assistant secre
tary ol the navy, aul George T. Childs
to be postmaster at St. Albans.
Sentenced to Waterbury.
MoNTi'KLiEn, May 9. Mildred
Brewster wa& brougct beiore juage
Munson in the county court today and
sentenced lo be coufiucd iu the insane
asylum Ht. Waterbury. She will be
taken there in a few days.
Dewey is now Rear Admiral
Wasainoton, May 9. A bill ere
in.. 1 ...1..,:.
atmg Dewey an auuuiouai rear mu
ral passed the Seuate today. A reso
lution was presented by Senator Lodge
and passed, authorizing the President
to present Dewey with a Bword. and
medals to men and officers who were
in the battle of Manila. The Senate
oted to appropriate $10,000 for that
purpose, rue House passen 1110 xvcui
Spanish Torpedo Boat off
Boston, My 0. Captain Roberts
of Warren, of the liner Roman, nas
just arrived here and reports havmfi
sii'hted a Spanish torpedo boat (0
miles southeast of Sable Islaud. Me
has made an official report of this iu
foi iiiation to the cotnmauder of the
cruiser Columbia which is still here,
and it is believed the matter will be at
tended to at once.
To Feed Cubans.
WAsrixciTON, May !). The Senate
has just passed a bill. providiug tor
mail facilities-in the army. The
House passed the Senate bill authoriz
ing the Army to feed the Cubans from
United Stales supplies and also to arm
the people in the island of Cuba.
Cabinet Decides Upon Im
Washington, May 9. The cabinet
decided to-day on an aggressive cam
paign against Spain iu the l'hillipines
and .1000 troops will be sent there.
l'he cabinet expects important news
from Sampson very soon, lie has mov
ed against Foro liivo and it is believed
that he will encounter the Spanish fleet
at that place. Later on Havana will be
attacked from the rear by the L'niled
Stab s and insurgent troops and by the
licet in front.
Resolution for Congress o
Washington May 9. Representative
Dnckerv. Democrat, has lulroiluccel a
joint resolution proposing that Congress
lake a recess from June 0th to July
Congress Commends Dewey
Washington, May 9. resident Mo
Kinley sent a message to Congress this
ooon which warmly commending Dew-
ev and his men. He states that initial
success is of great importance, and roe
ommenns that thanks be tendered to
Dewey, his officers and men by Con.
gress. Senator Hale presented a reso.
lutiou of thanks to Dewey and bill per-
mittim him to be made rear admiral
In the house lioutelle did the same. It
both houses immediately on a
M. V. M. Moving Along the
Boston, May 9. There was a furth
er movement of iho Massachusetts troops
imhiv diffo cnt detachments from the
lif ill ref'mient and the first eorps of C
dels went to various places along the
..rmst for an eiirht days tour of duty.
1 111. Sl.f. nnd division of retriments will
'o to Washington form a grand re
serve readv to reinforce the Cuban
Armv at anv moment., to man the coast
! defenses or for any other purpose
5 Cents Worth
of this or that will receive as much attention and considera
tion as thougnt the purchase was ten times as large.
Its business with us, we know that if you're satisfied
with your small buyings here, that when you are ready to
make large on, you'll remember our carefulness.
We're in business to serve customers.
They get the best of service here.
KENDRICK & CO.
205 X. Main Street.
Is the Greatest Improvement in 98
We are Asrents
ates, Austin & Co.
Gents Furnishings, Books and Stationery.
20X. MAIN STREET.
That it is getting too warm weather to be stewing oyer that
hot kitchen stove, baking cookies for the children, then come
to us and test our line of COOKIES, fresh every week at
2 lbs f b a quarter.
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
That Ave have a full line
Grocery Business, then come
16 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.
Oflico 64 State St.
The vault at IClmwood Cemetery will
be ooen the !lrd day of May nnd before
that time for the purpose of removing
the bodies from the tomb.
P. G. Camp, Sexton-
Stand the Test
of everything pertaining to the
and see us at Depot Square.
The Best Grocen.-
Who's Got Wheels?
F. W. Nicho!s
hits a line of
D irMoloc ,ho most com
D IVy VslCd) pleteol' any in
the city, and he will sell them at any
price you want. Prices ranging from
$20 to $125.
A large number of secern! hand
wheels uliooiist given away, in the
Basement of the Nichols
Block. Come and see
One largest, size KerostK Oil Gat
Stove, with Oven, uaual prke $22.00,
Will sell for cash fo clone at 917.00.
This sieve cannot explode and suits all
users. L. M. Averill.
men. is o apprentices.
J. C. DoiMiK,
K',0 Main St.