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Tor ten days we shall sell Umbrellas at 20 PER
v-v.. i. u.jwu, 1 1 uuiii itu.ur prices, irus is a
genuine bargain. Do not miss it.
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Vagi Eocks io Kent on All Roads. '
f HE BARHE DAILYTInlESj
SPEAK OUT.
s.VTi iiiiv, ArcrsT
100.-$.
J. W. HOLTON,
Jeweler and Optician,
Hale's Block, North Main St.
li U it
H 0 B B Y"
UP-TO-DATF. FIVE-CENT CIGAR.
O. C. Taylor & Co., Props., Darlington, Wt.
WHAT MEANS TUIS AXXVIIV!
Ii; means set froe from risk and care. It
means large rates of interest ami no rein
vestment. It weans encouragement for
old people to live, and income to live on.
"'1th Par dolus,' business iu a3 states.
The National Life Insurance Company
of Vermont (Mutual.) ORGANIZED la
1S.jQ. S. S. Ballard, General Agent, N. B.
Ballard, Local Agent, Rooms 2 and 3.
Miles Block, Barre, Vt.
Vhat Good is a Watch
If It Don't Keep Time?
Perhaps yours is not running as it should. Suppose
you bring it to us. We will make it run right. If we
cannot do it no one can, and we'll tell you why.
FRED KING,
Depot Square, Barre, Vt.
JEWELER I AKD:OPTICUi:
If Tip Don't Look' Quite Ml
IT MAY BE ON ACCOUNT .
OF THE "LOOKERS."
In other words, your precious eyes. Don't
lose any time in consulting a competent oculist,
or, failing in that, have us examine your eyes
free of cost. We fill oculists' prescriptions;
we also furnish Eye Glasses and Spectacles
to meet your needs and we don't charge you
too much at that. Stonecutter'! Glasses
always on hand.
O J. DODGE,
170 North Mla St.,
Jeweler and
Stationer,
Barre, Vermont.
iverybody's Favorites!
Our Ice Cream,
Our Ice Cream Soda,
Our College Ices.
TALK. OF THE TOWS.
AY anted. A boy to run elevator iu the
hurty cent chocolates at Davis", the
ttrugni.it, this week for 20 cents.
Remember the snei'inl uiu i,t womb
at tiio, also umbrellas at 3ye, at Berry &
...r tti.ciuwii uiiu evening.
To lieut August 10. an nn abl(r.l tana
mentto small family. Barn if wanted.
nurture ot Mrs. b. B. Bemis, 3iU North
Remember the sewing school at the
t mversanst church thU afternoon. It
is requested that all the fanev-wnrlr sohni
ars be present.
11 mimero vlncitore ilella cassa di ferri
Ria appartente aldefunto biro Belli e il
BJM. 11 Possessore del hnliett II l.rtra ntlr
. ,..,.k. miu-
ana uii ninaiuo Laieagui
Le iserizione per la scuola di Di segno si
rlceveranno otrni sera da. mmtmii . nnrr
in poi dalle " alle 8 pom. Nei local! della
.-icuuia neir Averiil Mock.
Applications of students wishing to en
ter the Evening Drawing school will be
received every evening until Sept. 1st
iioiu ( io e o ciock in the Averiil block.
EEOTEER'S SUC0ES3 TOO.KUCE
Derange of it a Tonne Trojnn Killed
Illtimrlf.
Chicago, Aug. 21. Brooding over his
OAvn failure In life as contrasted to
his brother's success, Moray G. Sim,
twenty-five years old, of Troy, N. Y.,
has shot and killed himself at Evans
ton. His body was found lying in a
clump of bushes in a vacant lot.
From papers and cards in the sui
cide's pockets his identity was learned,
and a letter signed "Teresa"' and dated
from COO East Forty-ninth street, Chi
cago, offered a clue that led to an ex
planation. The writer of the letter proved to
be the suicide's sister, who Is in Chi
cago visiting friends.
St. Lawrence Steamer Burned.
Ogdensburg, N. Y.. A tie. 21. The
steamer Massena, owned by Captain
Frank Dana of Alexandria Bay, has
been burned to the water's edge. For
fifteen years the Massen.i 1ms run ho-
tween Ogdensburg aud the Thousand
islands dally. The crew escaped in
their night clothes and the
deck bands were badly burned while
running through the flames from the
forecastle. The loss is S12.000. insur
ance $0,800. The vessel was built at
Buffalo in 1878.
The Searchlight of I'ulill.Hr H Tien
UiK Jmrre Profile.
Publicity is what the ief.i; want.
I.et tti iuhlic fii;ik oa the subject.
i riere liaa been tuo much claim too
lima proof.
There i only one kind or proof fur
Ij.'trre citi.-n.
The experience ; people wo know.
"V hen frien.la nJ neighboi-s endorse.
NO question about ... h tvl.n
This kitid cf proof Lacks every box of
i'oana ivmney i'lils.
Here ia a tns of it.
Mrs. A. M. Andrews (A, Jf. Andrews,
tanner). rosnl"ie. (iran civa
Some two years nr;o I ilrst noticed pain
iu my uaen. an,! laps and lis the weeks
and months went by it become more
severe and were of rnneh lnnmr tiir
tion. Klnaily too frequent action of the
kidney geerellona was .-nided ii th r.n-L-.
ache, and as they were often distressing
ana anr.oyms boalth ran down and it
was itpc:-'iibie for me to do the slightest
nouwowoi'K witrt onv d'-irree cf nlBin-e
If I was on my feet for any length of
time I was taken with din nine.- anj
LlurrtriK betore mv eves ami T nfion
came so weak and nervous that I almost
tell. A lady friend in Karre remmmnml
ed Doan's Kidney Tills to me and my
husband went to E. A. I'rown's for tha
fir3t box. I cannot positively state that
tlw remedy has actually rid me of the
cause of the backache and other com
plications due to kidney complaint, but
I must conscientiously say that from the
benefit received I have the greatest con
fidence iu Ioan's Kidney rills and be
lieve tliat what is said about them is
not misrepresentations."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents.
Foster-MUburn Co., JSufTalo, X. Y sole
ag-ents tor me Lnited States.
Heulemher the name Bonn's and
take no substitute.
OSTEOPATHIC
TREATMENT
For Stomach and Bowel Troubles,
Nervous Diseases and Dis
eases of Women
Is pre-eminentlv successful. "We accept only
those patients whom we can help," and we help
them, too. Are yoa one of them ? Consultation
costs you nothing. Examination is conducted fn
the strictest privacy and there is under no circum
stances any exposure of person to embarrass the
most fastidious. Literature on application.
DR. R. P. EVANS,
Room 4, Morse Block. - - Main St., Barre, Vt
Office hours: 9 to 12 a.m. and 1 .Ml tr.
p. in., Tuesdays aud Fridays excepted.
I'houe 137-3.
BARRE CANDY KITCHEN,
ICECREAM
That is Out of Sight.
WHERE Just around the corner
on Keith Ave., at L B. DODGE'S.
Vanilla, Chocolate and Strawberry.
tRed and white lights at the door.
. TEXAS NEGROES FLEE.
--.T: s .
Fear of Ilee War Can Elu
From Whltewriirbt..
Chicago, Aug. 21.-A dispatch to the
Keeord-ilerald from Dallas ri
that news from Whitewright, Tex., is
to the effect that all the negroes of the
town, more than 100 persons, have fled
ror rear of a race war. A negro at
tacked a white woman about
ago, and that night n negro accused
or uie otlense was hanged by a mob
but rescued and saved from death bv
the sheriff and a posse. Notices were
posted ordering all nem-oes tn ieav ib
place, and the blacks fled.
A Texas and Pacific negro excursion
from Louisiana and eastern Tevna ir
El Paso, arranged recently, has been
declared off on protests from the mayoi
and chief of nollce of VA Pain
feared race trouble.
PHOTOGRAPHS.
Depot Square, Barre, Vi.
If IT tl Tl Tl
PoSeters
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Uniformity in Baking.
Abundance of hot water.
Immense saving" in fuel.
Simplicity in construction.
Perfect cleanliness and ease
of management.
Theie art but few of &c many good
reasons why you should buy a "Euilt to
Bait" Houschol J Range. ,
BARRY & WILLIAMS, Cor. Main and Merchant Sts.
LOTS FOR
BUSINESS PURPOSES
On North Main St.
1 have two lots on No. Main
St., each with 47 feet frontage
and a depth of 75 feet, which I
will lease for a short or long
term of years for business pur
poses. A good location. For
terms and particulars apply to
JOSEPH D. OSSOLA,
North Main St., Barr, Vermont.
WHY
Pay a dollar for Sarsaparilla when you
an come to the
East Barre Drug Store
and get a guaranteed Sarsaparilla,
prepared by J. H. McArthur, M.D., for
he small sum of seventy-five cents ?
THINK.
GOAL
$3.00
7.80
8.50
Stove, Egg and Nut, -
Grate Coal, - - - -Lehi
Egg and Stove, - - -
These prices are for CASH
only. Do not forget that there
is a rise of ten cents per lon-cn
coal each month.
MORSE k JACKSON,
COAL AM) WOOD.
Tel., 137-2 J. 266 North Main St.
Sjgi S tlMfflg
D. k H. Coal
Screened Clean
Stove, Egg and Nut, -
urate,
$8.00
7.80
We sell and deliver 2000
pounds for a ton.
HOPE rOB PANAMA CANAL
Colombia Trying to Find Some Way
Of savinar negrotlationit.
Washington. Ansr. 21. Tim f,.iirw-!n0
has been announced at tha state d..
partment today:
"A telegram from MIn IsfPI Tip ft n nra
ai uogoia, dated Aug. 12 (same date
aa the senate vote azainst tha
Is Indefinite, but indicates that efforts
are Deing made by Colomhla tn twi
some practical way of saving the canal
negotiations."
BLUE RIBBON
5c CIGAR.
Union Made, Sold by Everybody,
We also carry a full line of '
BECKER'S CIGARS
at the old stand. Will be glad
to see you at either store. .
E. 0. MARRI0N,
Union Ggar Store. Corner Ggar Store.
A LARGE VARIETY OF 1
I Sterling Silver Souvenir Spoons j
JUST ARRIVED.
I The State Capitol,
Burns Monument,
Goddard Seminary,
n
J A Fine Line cf Articles in Silver and Cut Glass Suitable I
for Wedding Presents,
x
i R 7 T5TTT3rv- p. sn
Spaulding High School, I
State Seal, Stone Shed,
Barre Granite Quarry. I
i
Jewelers and Opticians,
; Telephone 10-21. No. 85 North Main St., Barre, Vt. J
Shot Ilia Wife and m....ui
Johnstown, Pa., Aug. 21. P.eeaiw
ms wite threatened to leave lmm
Robert Snowball, boss of Stevenson's
No. 3 mine at South Fork, Pa., shot
her through the neck and then killed
nimseir by a shot in the risht temni
Snowball had been drinking recently
mm mis was me cause of the quarrel
ine woman, will probably recover.
Miners Starving- In Alaakn.
Vancouver, B. C. An sr. 21 a ii
patch to the Province fr 0111 IljlWrt.'in
says that II. Bratnoder, a miner from
tue American Tanana. renorts tlmt
era! hundred miners are on the rprire
of starvation In the northern part of
-lamina district, heveral are sniit tn
have died and many are keeninar nllv
on Decries.
Are von abont to build? If so timt
our ouiKier s contract has a e ns nm.
vidlng that the structure shall be erected
ly union labor which will insmro v if
good work and a job completed without
uuiay. j-er order union 4S1, Carpenters
and Joiners of America. S. R. Dojy, .Sec.
Glasses fitted bv an eve shdit npe!alit
at J. V. Helton's. .
If tired of paying rent, read the ad. of
the I). A. Perry Real Estate Agency on
page 7.
PIANO-TUNING.
C1IAS. W. RYDER, formerly with the Chick
ering Piano Co. of Boston, will be at Barre every
three months. Send your order to IU Souih
Union St., Burlington. Hail orders given prompt
attention. All work guaranteed. The highest
recommendations of any Tuner in the state. I
have a complete ontfit of modern instruments and
know how to use them. I positively guarantee
the result of my work. RrspectfuIIy.
CHAS. W. RYDER.
City Hotel Surrey.
The City Hotel has put on a surrey for the ac
commodation of guests of the house to and from
trains, and will fill all orders left at the Citv
Hotel. Talephone 8130-3.
IE KEEP MOVIE.
Our Stock bv undersell!
In Diamond Rings, Pins, Brooches and
inuer articles oi Jewelry. Our reputation
for fine goods, low prices and honorable
dealing does the business for us, and we
endeavor to live up to our name. Alwas
carry a large, complete and elegant stock.
Every article warranted as represented.
Flna Repairing and Engraving.
S O. HOLMES.
Jeweler and Optician,
Gordon Block. Barre, Vermont.
D. M. RULES.
Goal, Wood, Coke!
Hard Coal, all sizes.
A No. i Smithing Coal.
Hard and Soft Wood.
SHORES k KENERSON,
PHOTOGRAPHERS
Over National Bank, - - Barre, Vt.
Fine work promptly executed.
Our prices are low for first-class
work. Call and see us.
Calder & Richardson,
.. . . .. .. u i,v
G. I. Jackon & Co.,
Depot Square, - - Barre, V t.
Dry Hard Wood
rOR SALE.
rrice $2.00 and $2.50 per cord in two
cord lots or more for cash.
TO CLOSE OUT
fiS?.
Balance of Carriages on hand I am going to sell
tr.cm at a uKtAl DISCOUNT. Now b your op
portunity to tuy at cost. Call and see them.
L. K. AVERILL.
P.O. Box -304, Iiarre, Vermont.
woojvwtjod
The Dl&OS tn hntr WA .-....
MOVING AND JOBBING.
Ja "? PreParel to do all kinds of movlna
L. J BOLSTER,
(Tel. Call 152-3.)
283 Ko. Main .St.. Barr. Vermont.
H. P. CUTLER,
Livery and Feed Stable, Rear City Hotel.
SOUTH END HOTEL
FORMERLY WINDSOR HOUSE,
BROWN & TuTOPHY, Proprietors)
Pooms at reasonable rates.
Excellent Dining-room and
. Cafe. Main street car at
quarter of every hour goes
by the door. Three min
utes, from the post-office.
! ELECTRIC WIRING
59 South Main Street.
Telephone Call, 46-2.
Electric Heaters,
I Electric Fixtures,
! Electric Supplies.
STANDARD ELECTRIC CO.,
f H. O. BENNETT.
F. W. NICHOLS,
199 North Main St., Barre.
Block Wood,
limb Wood and
Chair Waste
For sale for cash. OrrU...
i i r , ' . way
be left at Thw.ng Bros boxes.
Arthur S. Martin.
rhone 204-3. - . ' A
- i at oi.
c- A. CHURCHlLLlTca;
Electricians.
electrical srrrrT Tirj c
too T Hrif -T- , , lhs- Successors
to u. 1. linggs. lelep hone 15-3 or 207-4
RasementWorthen Block, Barre.
'HAIR GOODS.
Plecps, Switches , t '. tf ,M' i ,(ls' Front
noiioe'fr,,,' . mv M el '? ,tak. short
th. puWlc for'tMr Vr..Val P'X Tlia1nki',"
In tlie future f rKi5V 0" ?? 01 t"B Mme
your, with all reSpe"if M 1 MfVKam

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