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VOL.1. NO, 20.
JLYIUiE, VT., TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1898.
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.
Y.Mir inspection is invited
rii:it";il!tft'ti or jinn iiumic. im...i.
New lines of straw huts are eouiiny; in daily,
line ns a cull.
V duwn-stiiis tenement to rent. Inquire at
dct your suburban ticket)' here at fie a trip.
SEGEL & BRADY, Prop'rs.
JMTOTSijrAIiK. KARRE, VT.
L L Ponies,
The Cigarsto Smoke
For Sale Everywhere.
L. Lewin, M'gr.
130 No. flain St. Barre, Vt.
Muttons and Novelties.
Show your Patriotism.
Just Received. All Prices.
H. L. AVERILL,
2S No. Main St. Tel. 31-3
We Are on Guar!
For your interests us well us "tir own.
It menus business for os. Every
mini, boy mnl child needs a new
suit for spring, and we curry the
best line in the City at the lowest
We have just received a fine lino of
Meu'sJ Boys' mnl Cliildren's
Which we will sell 'cheaper than any
store in lJurre or vicinity ever
We will oiler for the next 10 days 100
hoys' suits with sailor collars,
sizes from 4 to 15 years, at 81.00
it suit ; sold elseweere lor 82.00.
r.niiu' your boy along ami get one
War in Cuba. Full act of Maine disas
ter, catch penny book are being P'""
li.-hcd. See that tbe book contain OoO
fullv illustrated tins is me oiny
conipb'te bislorv from
18(i8to 1898 by
( ion.abo tie (iui'snda.
I). A. & C. W. rr.imv,
X' Washington St.
r.rz.F.us lunch room.
A. II. Rnzzell, the new proprietor of
Hie ltd Siar Lunch Room, puis out to
Ins customers a chicken pie every Sun
da : beef slew, Monday ; chicken slew,
Tu-l:,v and Wednesday; fish chowder,
Tmui-.I.v; lisii balls, Friday; himlm
sicnk Saturd.tv. Oyster slews, clam
chowders, bake. I beans, coffee and oilier
icfiviimciits sevvttl al all hours.
faelured is Ih
most lasting finish niMiu-i-
Diamond Wall Finish.
I.. M. Averill sole agent.
Why sutler with Corns when you
ib i have I hem r -moved without 1 "'
ly Mrs. S. M. Yokk, 12 I''lm St-
N.mrt:! am prepare:
d ) iU-.-'t
cla-s work ill House paimm
liMii.ri ..,.1 . . : 1 r . I ) I i 1 1 i 1 1 ' r .
Piivciip, hAion k Co. Sm
Ilireu-h Ihe mail promptly attended to
All my employees are experienced otu
men. No apprentices. . ut
j! C. 1)oiGH, 1G0 Mum St
i.-..MU.N, MAY JO Fuir ,, ,,, f
vuny i,ur tomorrow. South winds
A Big Burlesque.
Goddard Lose to Middlehurv r.i
- lege in a Poorly Plaved name.
Even Baskets Would not have
Saved the Game.
Ater four inninir
(if as good buse
I "Kranks"' could
lino lead and ill-
ball as the "route
wish, the (ioddards
suddenly lost their
towed .unitiieliury lolUge-. to forge
ahead, and after regaining their lead,
for the second .time became generous
and aided Ihe visitors to once more take
the forward step until at the close of
Ihe game (Ioddard had been defeated
by a score of to to 1 j. Like the colors
of the rainbow the contest had all kinds
of base bull from grand stand plays, to
cnors mat would have made a kinder
garten player blush. This exhibition
was not due to any one player of either
team, but a grand combination of all
hands. The home team is much stron
ger than the college boys, and should
have won with else. Bush again pitch
imI a star game for (ioddard and his
backstop, Ayer was in the, game from
start to finish, both when wearin" the
mask and when swinging the club,
l'erhaps if the loss of liio game is to be
placed anywhere it is due, to the inex
cusable errors by Chase and Tenney.
These players, are as a rule sure on Hies
bill in Mondays game cither could not- sic
the ball or failed to shut their hands in
time, for fly after fly was batted in their
ierrilory only to be cither muffed or al
lowed to roll far beyond thein while
runner after runner crossed the date
with scon s. So marked did this be
come that in the eighth inning (Jale was
put in centre, t'liase going to right ami
in the last inning Booth succeeded
Chase. '1 here was only u small crowd
present, nearly every one taking in the
celebration at Monlpelior. The farce
in det in is as follows :
.Sterns sent an easy grounder to Bush
who threw wild and the runner kept on
to third, while Wells was at bat Bush
threw to catch Sterns at third but the
ball went wild, and the runner scored.
Wells struck out. llalpin was weak
and could only make three vain attempts
to hit the leather sphere. Drake sent
a slow one to Lamb and was retired at
first bag. Flagg sent, a long fly that
was held by Stafford. Pierce cracked
out a long one that brought him a limi
ted ticket to second base. He was ad
vanced to third by a stir' !.". by Tenney
to first base. Lamb with a mighty swing
of his ei lib hit the ball and did not stop
running until safely ut third base Fierce
buying scored by the work. Ayer got
a singleand stole second, Lain'.i scoring.
Bush was caught out by Wells.
For Muldlebury Skeels was hit and
went to first. Mcljueii scut a slow one
to Flagg who retired Skeels by throw-ino-
to Pierce and Pierce completed the
double play by catching Metiuen by a
quick throw to Unlet liice reached first
on an error by Flagg and went to second
on an error by Pierce, made when Staf
ford went to 'first. Ayer caught. Rice
sleeping off third and he retired.
For (ioddard dale went out Wells to
llalpin. Chase niade a single Unlet
fanned the air three times. Flagg
knocked out a single, Pierce struc k out.
In the next inning Buily struck out.
Sterns went out Pierce to Unlet, Wells
hit for a single, us did llalpin, Wells
reaching st ml. Drake sent an easy
one to Unlet and the chance to score
was for the time. lost. Tenney made a
iii"le, Lamb reached first on an error
by "sterns, Tenney going second. A
passed ball sent Tenney to third ami
Lamb to seeon 1. Ayer with a lougsin-e-lo
brought Tenney across the rubber,
but Lan.ii was too late an I was caught
it the plate Wells to Skeels. Ayer stole
! , i .... i .... ., tl.l ,,li,.li
second ami icai-in-u unm
-nrhi" on a single by Bush, the latter ,
stole second, Cale hit for one base anil
sunt Bush home. Chase wait out at
first and Unlet retired on a long try thai
was caught by Rice.
Skeels died with a sharp throw from
Lamb to Unlet. JUcWueii nan " '"
torn and retired on strikes. Rice went
to first on an error by Pierce, going to
second on a single by Stafford ami to
errror by imsn. jane
... i- I
struck out. Flagg hit lor iwo mses,
Pierce fouled out as Uul tenney, i.umo
n-oin" to first on an error by Sterns,
Klii'"' scoring. Lamb reached second
bv the o-enerous errors oi aic,mi.ii.
J . . 15 ,. . i .... ..Mitteil elemeo
making nrsi oy an .... i-
Lamb "-oiiig to third. Ayer slide second
Rush went to first, on an error of Ihe
third baseman, will, the bases lull (.ale
batted to Sterns who retired bush at
second. , , ,
I'lien came (lie latai nun joi w..u-.. ..
Sterns opened the 'h.nce wt.h as-ngte
,,io-to second by asieai. " "
..f Sterns reached third on an error by
a ...... iln o n cracKCd oiuut""
ni" i.-.j i.i
and Sterns crossed he
i.. ..I, error and Drake
was on lit'st
iJ. ',,.,.1 llnlmn over the rubber
made Millie which put Dr
ike at second.
MeQucu went out u
i v.... i. .. .r.biir home on i
i llv in centre.
in error by Ten-
Z,n Skeels ,., .bird Rice hi. sale
lv and Skeels was in with a run. An
eVor bv Flagg gave the runner secom,
and Tcnnov will, an error prcscnie.!
the visitors with another run as Kmc
erossed the pbde. Stailor.l went ml,
Hush to Hulot. For(ScHld.iltl.eiiii.ing
was not yery productive ot rims mse
out Wells to iiaipin. ..,.... ,
average by striking out, r ias
dent his second two lugger '
ierec meit t .i:inom.
the llv "i Hailey. and
i... ..ff.i.t in Rccnm
l In- a wilil Pitch.
Sterns Hied to liuiei. " -.itmb
made an error that give. Lami
lirst lin". Drake made a single, I his
Lt Bailey at third, Hulpiu on sc. d
(eoxTixi;i:i x i"riirn rw-)
Admiral Monteio Assassinated.
MORE SPANISH TREACHERY.
Great Revolutions in Italy.
Spanish Cruiser Causing Trouble
More Spanish Treachery.
lloMi Komi, May 10. A fresh ex
ample of Spanish treachery seems to
come, to light. It is said that the priests
and sisters of charity fjom the Cavite
Hospital came in a procession bearing
crosses and petitioned Dewey not to
Massurc the sick and wounded. This
petition was of course grunted for which
they thanked the Americans 'in behalf of
humanity and repaid them by informing
them of a narrow channel which they
said was not mined and. tins1.. a perfectly
safe passage could be made through il
while another broad channel which it
was supposed the Americans would
probably go through, was filled with
mines. Dewey ordered an investiga
tion of this information to be made ami
it was proved that all the circumstances
were exactly to the contrary of what
the priests had told him, so that if lie
had tried to effect an entrance through
the narrow channel his whole fleet
would have been blown to atoms.
The Machias Makes a
lir.v Wi-st, May 10 The Machias
overhauled a trump steamer St rat lid e
last Sunday while the latter was trying
to run the. blockade. Tins prize is of
Admiral Montejo Killed.
London, May 10. A s, e ial des
patch fr niiS'iu'igh ti s lys it. is r ) ii'lcd
there that Admiral Montejo who was
Commander of the Spanish licet which
opposed Dewey, and who escaped with
two sons from Cavile by running along
the shore was killed by the populace
of Manila. It is alsosaid timt the hospi
tal at San Roque filled with Spanish
soldiers was set life to by shells from
the Boston. Several of the Sisters of
Charity were kilb d while removing the
woiind.il. A terrible massacre is re
ported es now taking pi tee oulsido of
Manila and Ihe insurgents are bule'ier
ing even the Spanish women ami child
ren. Dewey Muds the insurgents grow
ing dangerous and can neither control
t hi; in nor enable the Spaniards Id do so.
Gen. Miles Leaves for Cub?.
W s;iin;;t..;, May HI 'ieii.tral
Miles mid his entire staff leave Washing
ton In-night for Tampa Fla. fro.n which
place they will aeeompiay the first
military expedition to Cuba as soo.i as
the full arrangements are completed
which will be in a f,w days.
Germans and Spanish
Cadiz May 10 The crew of the
German cruiser stationed here and the
crew o the Spanish battleship os'enla
thu ly fraternize loday in Ihe streets.
Big Fire in Maine.
Soi-ni l'A'ly.i Me., May 10. The
most destructive lire Ihat has been
known in tlds Vicinity for many years
took place thh morning. Two large
stores and a handsome resilience were
burned to the ground. The loss is esti
mated at $10,QOO. The cause is not
Shanghai, May 10. Serious riots
took place at the Custom House yester
day. Several foreign buildings were
burned and the mob at last accounts had
not been suppresetl.
Rioters Burning Buildings.
M.u.nii), May 10. All the bonded
warehouses at Allieaule have burned by
the rioters and Ihe same kind of destruc
tion is still going on.
CllATTAXoogA, May 10. The entire
tinny which is stationed at Chiciiiuauga
park has been ordered to the front.
The lirst and tenth cavalry go to Xew
Orleans, the second cavalry to Mobile,
the third and sixth cavalry to Tampa,
and the cnitre infantry goes to Tainpti.
fhe movement of the troops begins
Revolution in Italy.
Rome May, 10. The police here arc
re period to have seized upon corres
pondence which shows that the recent
serious battles which have been taking
place in different pans of Italy were
the result of a thoroughly and doliber
atcly planned revolution of the, lower
cluscs against the goveriiient but that
it has broken out prematurely. All
efforts to suppress the rebellion tire be
ing made by the authorities but it is
thought there may be serious results.
Cheering the Revolutionists.
BtcitNE, May 10 The Italian work
men in Switzeiland are glteatly excited
at Ihe uprising in Milan. More than
10(10 of them paraded the streets yester
day with a retl flag draped with crepe.
They cheered the revolutionists and
To Reconsider Dewey's
Washington, May 10. The senators
were very much surprised this morn
ing when Halo of Maine offered a mot
ion to reconsider the vote passed yester
day creating one new Rear Admiral.
More Riots in Italy.
Rome May, 10. The roiling
Naples yesterday was widespread. It
was started by the students win were
armed with sticks and revolvers. Stone
thowing was general. They overturned
horse ears and attempted to build bar
ricutles along several streets. They
attacked the soldiers who fired into the
mob and killed scverul.
Charles Havemeyer Dead.
Xew York, May 10. Charles Ilav
oineycr son of yenry (). the millionaire
sugar king accidentally shot and killed
himself last night.
Illinois Troops Ordered
Si'iiixtinm.i), May 10. Gov. Tanner
received orders today to send two regi
incuts of infantry anil one light battery
to Xew Orleans at once.
N. Y. N, G. to Tampa.
Al.HAXY.May 10. Through a change
of plans at the war department the four
volunteer regiments that were to go
from this slate to Chieatnauga will go
to Tampa instead.
Spanish Cruisers Making
Gii'.ii.u.TAU, May 10. The Span
ish cruisers which have been hovering
about here for several days are hoard
ing nil ships which pass the straits of
Gibraltar aud make a thorough search
of all parts of each ship eren to ex
amining all papers on hoard. It is
thought that this method will soon
cause serious complications to arise
detrimental to the best interests of the
Two More Vauable Prizes,
Kkt West, May 10. The Spanish
fishing schooner Feriiatidito and a
Norwegian steamer llratisbitrg were
brought in as prizes this morning
The former was caught by the Vicks
burg yesterday while trying to run the
blockade. The latter was loaded with
cattle and was captured Ity the Man
grove. Senate Concurs.
Wasiiixutox, May 10. The Sen
ale has concurred in the House amend
ments to ihe immune and cugiueer
hills and they now go to the President.
Transport Ships Chartered.
Washington, May 19. Assistant
Secretary Meikeljolm to-day chartered
thirty vessels with a capacity of 25, 000
men for the purpose of conveying
troops to the Phillipines and to Cuba-
"Biggest Show 'Cept One."
A circus was coming to town and ev-
f:y bam and every fence within a radius
Df 50 miles or so had been billed with
Hie usual lurid circus announcements.
An old time darky nud a young yellow
"dudo" were gazing at the bills and
"Barnum and Bailey's circus. The
biggest show on earth," read tbe
"What what's dot?" osked the old
lime darky, pricking hd his ears.
The other read again the legend of
the show bills.
"Yon don' know what yon is talking
about, nigger. Dat show kaiu' touch
John Robinson's. He Tiseter cum' fro
here aud dat was a show wuth eeeiu.
Dat was the bigges' show on dis earf,
The old man had evidently not been
to a circus for many years. The darkies
swear by John Robinson throughout the
south, anyway. .
"Read it for yourself, then," said the
dudo. "I tell you that thing Bays this
is the biggest show on earth."
The old man proceeded to spell out
tbe big letters. Ho waded through
"Barnmu and Bailey," and after a rest
began on the, remainder of tbe sentence:
"B-i-g-g-e-s-t s-li-o-w o-u e-a-r-t-b,
"I kuowed itl I knowod it!" shouted
the old man, jumping up o- ' '
bis gleo. " 'Do bigges'
one, aud dat one war
enn'a Wiihiltrt:nll T
5 Cents Worth
of this or that will receive as much attention and considera
tion as thougnt the purchare 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 ones, 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
We are Affents
Gates. Austin & Co.
Gents Furnishings, Books and Stationery.
20X. MAIN STREET.
Don't you Know
That it is getting too warm weather to be stewing orer that
hot kitchen stove, baking cookies for the children, then come
to us and test our lints of COOKIES, fresh every week at
2 lbs fo 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 we have a full line of everything pertaining to the
Grocery Business, then come and see us at Depot Square.
fUiesser & Burnham,
1G Depot Square; The Best Grocr
. . ' -y
DR. E. E. BEEMAN,
Graduate of American
School of Osteopathy, Kirks
8 . m., to 12 m.
1 p. 111. tO 4: p. 111.
Otfice G4 State St.
The vault at Elimvood Cemetery will
A 'ly of May and before
' C'Hirpose of removing
, L AMI', SSCXtole
Improvement in 98
Stand the Test.
iiiiu ii mil -
F. W. Nic
has a line ot
the city, and he will sell them,
price you want. Prices ranging
$20 to $125.
A large number of second hand
whet Is almonst given away, in the
Basement of the Nichols
Block. Come and see
One largest size Kerosene Oil G
Stove, with Oven, usual prico $22.00.
Will sell for cash fo done at $17.00.
This stove cannot explode and suits all
users. L. M. Averill.