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jra r a i3 K ft m a I H k i r -11 II we win sell your nouse, rarm or business. If you wish for an investment in any kind of Real Estate, or a home, call and look, over our great list of bargains. Rooms II and 12, BUSINESS CARDS. OR. C. H. KENT, DENTIST. MUcs Block. Telephone t ofBt-a and rcud'jnce. OR. LEWIS D. MARTIN, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. Ol flce In Room 85, Mites' Builiiinp Oiilce hours, 9 a. m. to 12 ra and 1.30 to 4 p. tr., Monday, Tuesday, Thurii day and Friday. Telephone con nection. MRS. H. A. BFAHH, EXPERIENCED MCRSE. No. 102 South Main etrect, Barre, Vermont. Telephone call, 12-2. K. H, SCOTT, ATTOBNE V-AT-LAW. Office In Wood Block, over Ladd'a tore. Jasttee, notary nd stenographer in omce. FRED I. PAGE, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Office and Eealdence, 34 Highland Avenue. Telephone call, 4-3. NOTICE. Havicj: U&sti the Uslon Blacksmith Shop known as the C N. Benedict shoo. No. 22 Sum mer Street, I will do all kinds of Blacksmithing. Borse Shoeing; a specialty. All wort done in a first-cliss manner. Satisfaction guaranteed. Call and see me. W. T. BURGESS. J. A. M'LEOD, REGISTERED 8HOEINO SMITH. Knee-cottinrr, interterin?, clicking, etc., positively cored Diseased feet treated wltb anccess. Trotters, pa cers and gentlemen's roadsters a special'?. Shop on Seminary 8t. Teleoiioae connection. J. A. FIELD, Contractor and Builder. Office and residence, 32 Patterson St. Telephone 157-4. ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN. Wood & Gregoire, Stone Masons and Contractors. Raising and moving buildings. Satisfaction guaranteed. Telephone Call: C. E. Wood.' 21 5-2 1 ; O I.. Grci;oire, 307-11. F. G. Sc C. II. ROWELL, Complete Architects and Builders. 58 Summer St., Barre, Vermont. II. E. JEFFORDS, Painting and Paper Hanging And Calsouiining. A share of your patronage Is solicited. .5 Thurston Place, - Barre, Vermont. G. A. WILKINSON, CARRIAGB AND SIGN PAINTING. CHlnomining and decorating. House painting and paper hanging spec laity. The best work at moderate prices. ?hoo above the covered bridge, So. Main street, Barre. HENRY FRENIER 4 SON, UNDERTAKERS, funeral directors and fnmtRher8 ot funeral supiilles. Night calls promptly attended to. No. 18 Granite etrent, Barre, Vt. KeRidence up stairs. ToUjphone.13-6. & GOOD NEWS & To Lovers of (iooil Music, The Celebrated STARR PIANOS are now on sale In Montpelier At J. P. DONOVAN'S, 9 Main Street. MISS COLSON, TRAINED NURSE Telephone Central. 72 Summer Street, - - Barre, Vt. I PTKSFT T h RATRTV J U U A J and Heating. All work guaranteed. Full sup ply of modem fixtures on hand. Ressell & Balrd, Tel. IS-3. Basement Worthen Block. Montpelier Business College, 20 STATU STREET. Complete Business and Shorthand courses. k. nil five cent for a specimen of penmanship ami compare it. with "' ('th,er hiM.itutions. A ennd obportmiitv to learn telegraphy. Mil dent" furuisheil portion when c..mpetent. liulividual instruction day and evemnjr. IiullvHiuai 1 (j w T,3M1.sONi l'niicipa. TE l f n i ' V 1 w 4 ti IniS i r FINANCIAL AITD COHilEECIAL ( Joklnc Qnotitlinu or the Sew lurk New Turk, Sept. 9. Money on call nominally at ;2i per cent. Prime mercantile paper ,:ii;'i i-r cent. Ext LS5.4?.4. Closing pile, s Amal. Copper.. Atchison H. & O Fenn. R. It 125 WH RpailinK Koric Island .... St. Pan! Southern P.-ic... Southern Itv..., Sfiufh. Iy. ,f... Sugar Texas Pfiellic .. Union 1'fU'itlc .. V. 8. Ste-l V. S. Sti'el pf.. West. Union ... Brooklyn H. T.. 44 'i Ohes. & Ohio... Erie Gen. Electric. . Illinois Cm tZi'i Louis. & Nah..lij Manhattan :)7 " Metropolitan.. ..114H Mo. Pan :3 N. Y. Central... US Norf. AWest.,.. t2 s-iu iuu 21 S TO BUTCHERS AND HIDE BUYERS! We wish to pttrcnase your Hides, Calf skins, Sheep Pelts, Tallow and Bones. We advance money a desired. We pay spot cash. We pay the freights. We ray fall market values. We want agents everywhere to sell Paee's Perfected Poultry Food and other poultry supplies. For further particulars address C S. Page, Hyde Park, Yt. COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE. !TATK Of .10 HV COX WAY. Tli mulfrslinied. liavinir Wt'1 apjiiutel ty tlie Him. J'n'imte fVmt i"'r tlm I lien irt of WaslittiKt-m. 'mwiwimi'r to rewive.exHiidne ml iljnt all rlaiitw ami ili'inandK of nil j ron (raint Xlw M;it of John onw:iy, late "f tltw City of liiirre, in :itl Mrtrirt. .lecii.eil, and all i laim exhihited in nlfi-t thereto. Iieietry fixe notu-e that we will meet. l'tr th. purpose aforesaid at the ofliee of o. II. Kee.l. in tlie I itv of r.arre. in fail Ditrier, ou the ?th day if Kept, ami h lav of Keli. iiexr,, lroiu one o . im k V. 1. until ionr o'rliH'k 1". M., eaeti of sni.t Ihv. and that six month from the fid (lav of 'Aug., A. I. l'.Ksi, is the time liu.itv.l hy nnU Court for waul eresiitot t ttr.'ent th'tr claims to lis for examination anil allow atiee. l'au-rt at (.Itv of Mm re this ystli day of Aug., A. 1. l'.ni. or a mix n. v.rvn, (.,,,li,ii,m(r1 JAMKs M. 1'hliiiV, ' """"" l inm' Aug. 2S, N.-pt. 4-H COMmSSIONERS NOTICE. ESTATE VP EMILY SAXTtOHX. Tlie undersiitTieil, havinsr been aipointed ly the Hon. lTol.ate Court for the li-.trirt of a-hinnton, omuiiMoiier, to reeeie, ex amine ami aii.)iit all claim anil ih'inamls if all person airaiiit the estate of I.mily Sanborn, late of the . itv of Barre. in Kiid liitrl, ti.'eea'ii, aiul ail elaiiu. eltiltitt:..l in offset thereto, herehv ie notice that we will meet for the purpose aforoaid at the -law oitiee of E. II. Davis, in the City of Jtatre, in Kiiil liistriet, on the day of Npteiit heraml llih (lav of Eehrnarv next, from two o'clock v. M. uiitil four o'clock 1'. M., each of said dav. and that cix luoitth from the 11th dav of AiiKiist, A. I '. I'.uJ, is the time limited ly Kaiil Court for caid creditors to preent their claim torn for examination and allowance. Dated at the Citv of Uarre tiii -.'tilli day of Aogu.t, A. !. 1'KKt. " LKA,N1..vunVVKTIN'' 1 A.mml.i;.ers. . A. t r.nlti) ) Au:- St pt. 4-U Investors desiring to realiie the large Interest and profits possible in legitimate Minine, Oil, Timber and Smelter investments and Dividend-paying Industrial stocks, listed and unlisted, should send for our Booklets giv ing lull inlorruation. DOUGLAS, LACEY & CO. Bankers, Brokers, Fiscal Agents, Members New York Consolidated Stock Exchange, 66 Broadway and 17 New Street, New York. . E. BALDWIN HAMMITT, Manager, Western New Knfflsnd Branch : Headquar ters: Suite 60-69 W'lls Block, Hartford, Conn. M. H. HUGHES, Representative, fM iles" ink., Barre, Vt. TRAVELERS' RAILWAY GUIDE. Central Vermont Rail road. Trains leaving Barre for White River Junc tion, Boston, Mew vorK anu an naorveuiui points 8 .v a m , 12 m. ana it m m. train for White Biver Junction and Wmd-r and tntermeaiate rau- 'X"',- , Trains leave Barre for Burlington, St. Al bans. Rouses Point and OKdennlmrir at 8.00 a ni. and 3.05, IS.30 and 12 01 a.m. Trains con nect at Esse for points on Rutland road and the 6.S0 connects with New ork tram tor Montreal and points west leaves Barre at 3. Oft, S I) and 12 m. For WtHUinstown leave Barre t 23 nd 4.30 p. m. Leave Wlliiamstown at 7.20 . m. and 2.30 p. in. Montpriief Well River It nil road, Commencing June lVHi.t. Trains leave Barre for Wella River, con neeting at that point wlte trains going both north and sonth, at 7 30 a m ,12.45 and 3 15 p. m. 'ITieU.W train connects with train for Bog ton, and north for Lisbon, Littleton, Fabyans and Lancaster, also with Montreal express, and the 7.30 and 3. 15 trains with Bt. Jonuebury Trains leave Barre for Montpelier at 7.80, 10.20 a. iu., 12.5, 3.15, 4.10 and &.W p. m. , , , Electric Street Kallway. Cars leave square in Barre for Montpelier a. 15 minutes of and 15 minutes pant the hooj. Leave Montpelier for Bane on the Hour and bait hour nntil lflp. m.a jT A j 1 1 Bolster Block. I FIRST AniEBICAfi DATTG;F0 j Fomi.i, F s, !. To 1 ' t, . sl;,.rr advertise. Captain Pershing an Honored Chief Among the Moros. BAKES WITH TEE PRI3CE3 OF SULIJ AnitHenn Commander lit Jlimio, ti Former Cliieaso Soelety Man, Oien plcs II emnrliivble I'oMition Aiutni the Xulivea of Mttkdnnno Islur.il He In Hailed n a I'roiiliet. After l"..;::i -i In love with an Atncr kiin girl t-h on lie hud never si't n Kl ram. the seiitiriient.il stilinn of . Siulii,. lias Issued a ninndate and l.e.ipcd hon ors upon the head of a Chicago man, says a dispatch from Chicago to the "ev York Ilerahl. J'vcry day in Hi gan. in t!ie Lnke J.nnsa disiriet of the far ntvay islainl of Mindanao, Captain John J. ivrsliing calls al.totit him the du.l;y JuhaLitants ond dispenses what little law he has to frtiide him. .'ap taia Pershing is what Kirnui calls a datto. A rtatto is a bissjer man ia llij-'an than the mayor is in Chicago, and Captain Pershlnj; is the first Amer ican to become a datto. The present datto of lllfan was for merly a 'well known baehc'.or of Ken wood, and there he led many a cotillon and created many n flutter in one of the smartest circles. He was one of the eligibles. Cut he went to war, and now he Is a datto as well as a bachelor. lie was chosen by the sul tan upon request of the latter's sub jects and has the same rank as the' princes of Sulu enjoy. To be a datto Is almost as interest ing as being the sultan himself. Datto Pershing is subject to the commands of the Ktiltan that Is, so far as is com mensurate with his duty , to the stars and stripes. Hut in spite of the fact that the sultan of Sulu is supreme in authority Captain Pershing is virtual ly an independent ruler in his own dis trict of Lake Lanoa, wielding 'a kind of mystic power over the Moros which not even the sultan himself may boast of, for Datto Pershing is a white man, and the pale skin of Americans Is an awesome thing to Moro superstition:- lie has been hailed as a "proph et," as a divine messenger, sent by Mohammed and the president of tlie United States to teach them the ways of civilization. Datto Pershing's councils held each morning with Moro chiefs are famed from cornor to corner of Mindanao, and a continual procession of savages visits the white man's tent. lie is counselor", guide and prophet for the entire district, and every conceivable kind of business, both private and pub lic, Is taken to him for adjustment. When General Davis; commanding the department of Mindanao End Jolo, sent Pershing to liigan as commanding officer, he selected one of the most elli clent officers in his command to pre side over the turbulent district of Lake Lanoa. Datta Pershing's levees are more like family councils than any thing else. The swarthy, brilliant eyed Moro belles bring gifts of tropical fruits and rare woven textures to lay at his feet. Their attitude toward him Is one of worshipful adoration. Moth ers carry their children to him to re ceive his commendation, for it Is said that the favor of Datto Pershing will insure a bright future. He lives on terms of friendliness with the natives, and his very unpretentious bearing, his very apparent attitude of friendliness, won thcni from the beginning, and thev made him their chief officer when they found that rule with him meant kindliness, sympathy and understand ing. Alone and unarmed, he ventured Into the district which he commands. cstablihing himself there at the vVry doorstop of the Moro stronghold. His very coolness won their admiration, ahd when they found that he had come as a friend instead of an enemy it won them unconditionally. The savage Moros appreciate genuine friendship. They know the datto is in sympathy with them, for he has paid them the compliment of respecting their customs, and they carry their grievances and their difficulties to him as children would to a parent. His rule seems to lie absolute without ex ception. They go to him fur permission to marry, even persons of distinction showing him this confidence. lie stands sponsor at the wedding, settles differences between rancherias and is judge, ruler and friend in one. lie rules by persuasion mainly, and thus all respect and reverence him because he has taken the trouble to come In touch with thcfii and to understand them. When he sits in council with the Moro chiefs in a circle about 1dm, they hang upon his words in rapt at tention and follow his requests to the letter. So firmly fixed is he in this respect that the Chicago bred datto may ven ture with impunity into any fortified stronghold under Moro command. Leaders from ail parts of the country crowd about him when he ventures out of Iligan. He has had judgment enough to talk of no religion save their Mohammedan beliefs, and he quotes the Koran with them daily and dis cusses their own laws better than the best informed priest or pundita among them, lie has placed them upon their honor in carrying out his orders. His influence is so strong that he makes periodical expeditions about tlie lake with a mere handful of men, passing or. route under the very gates of P.acolod, the native stronghold, ven tnrinc: amomr rancherias where tbo Inhabitants have never seen a white man, nnd he is invariably received with barbaric pomp and ceremony. At fin outbreak of hostilities in Mindanao he held the North Lake Moros out of tlie resisting force solely by personal influence. i it,ve t ii.-i T d five com I. FOR SALE, Eon Beac! flails ft ! till tint. fAi K 1 1 I'i 'i 'dtmth. M lied hi the i TO I: F.NT b ii-c or rooms Imii.e e rii:ii! pal't It-. ami tlj'-to- d.. Terii i. ea-y t" an 'ne j p'a- e lor a laano. Ds- ! l..lit i who v.ani a ieiiie of ft. D. Ml. n I (Hi SAl E- 1 1. .".-.-!:. oi tt.ive b.'.-io,:m s , i i 1 1 i 1 e r - ro- iii i tin, imr-. vi-vi-i.,1 i.t ht-r artich". O Some of ! ht'-e .a ticit's 1 v, ;t :ero. To l-e ...Id "Wllliaju. " Cliuicll St., "-hi f m r ii'.U'f . t lilt. -I'.' Hit--!'' one ln-,i!n , n in in , u.- to n MV t.ll; lit I at pmate sal 1'arre. a ! 1 tn,! t and ' nt ion . . Than a D. Is. 1 is 1 1 Hit SAI.K-A bn tion. Apply to ,1. I' !v earn . laoshe, 1 :e 111 p-"od ci l.i ihrll St, n,'i- l.t-'t'J Enl sE AND IIAI.N tor SALE A nice j eii;ht-roi'iu h"'we and a iai Ba--ett St. T!t i an idea The lor is exeepiioiially Iai 1. e ba i n it on f 'al 011 I place for a lami-.y. ! ha heeii iisim a i:nri!.m tor the pat tv van and i very ! "filll'l lippli- 1 Tln ie ill" a WllllIK of lienviliir and currant Imshe in the panb-u. The Imll-e i Mlpplii arei'-id.isid and c Thw piopertv v ill 1 Apply ! Erai.k Mo' i vviih oily water ami ba-i ft uneciioii Vith ei!y M'wer. ' 'm ;,t a baiLiaiu for ca-!l. I all; 1. '.V i;a-- it m. i -iii- 1 1 ill SALE- VI v entire rig for haul in 1; m anile, ttru.tii.if of In a'w hiae-, harm r., w.in and ied. l'aal Tu 1 u-o, Montpelier. t. J.' tf I'ui; SALE A pair of elieotnut mares, wcii.-lit aDoapairot .laek., half Misters, weight Si; alfo another jiair, bay and pray celdins, weiirht !. AIo M-veral slioais. lmjuire of A. E. Katch' hler, Bane. lB'tf liiiCfill CI'HHINI' Bane, will fuvnlh part of liane City fu ; ,Wiidl ur A Son. r.at roi'.L'li curb Mono to any ' i'h- r Km it. It'.'pJtt FOlt SALE AT CAPS1E FA KM. Milk Our watron deliver twice a day. liav Delivet.-t promptly in bulk. Slit tlaiKl ponies 1' rem imported stor k, rigs and Mioares By the registei ed sire Havre Jim. O. I. W. C. Collie Iai p Miltle and white, from rt iriterea stot k. Apply to (ieorire t ajsif, luit M veet. KIR SA1 K OH Til KENT House and barn ami about '.'O acres of laud, within ten minutes walk of Wlliiamstown station and pot-ot!iee. Apply to J. B. Jiroi.kwav. V iliiamto ti. Litf VLsTK GLASS FOR HALE A lotof random si7.e a very low price if taken at once vi hat size d" you want? CMON MADE SIGNS and AWNINGS. U. A. Knrg. 14 Eveucri St. vjuii HUBBARD SQUASH, j Turnips, Beets and Carrot. Outers solicited jor ytiiir wiuier r sopinies. j A. W. ALLEN, Siuvnvside Farm, j Telephone 114-3. . ibotf TO RENT. TO RENT A tenement of ix rooims on , I Branch street, nt-wlv tin is lied. Apply at No. (, Bark street. E. I). lieckley. loltf TO KENT Tenement of tour rooms. St! 1 mouth, at ;tl Brooklyn street. Iniuire at West street. lWtf TO RENT Eir-t floor tenement, on Br'toklyn street. Barn if desired. Imjiiive at ottiee of Dr. C. H. Kent, Mile' block. l.X'tf TO HFNT Tenement of five rooms, with eleetric lisrhts and bath. Apply at 1!4 Merebant street. l"di; TO BENT six room cottttge Inquire at Sow den Lyon's. on Branch St. l-V.Hti TO BENT On or before Oct. 1st, a first-class tenement with all modern improvement, on Church street. Apply to Dr. O. (i. .Slit kney, Bane. 147tf TO KENT Two unfurnished rooms, arranged for parlor ami slecpiii'j room. Furnace Heat. W. 11. Gale, No. fit) Wellington street. ltott TENEMENT T( ) III-NT In Maple Grove ply to Harvey Mersey, 57 East St., Barre. Ac; 14f TO KENT A new cottage, of ls rni. in rlmtinir bath. -on Third street, near North Main. Apply to W. 1). Kithier, W No. Main St. TO KENT In the Morse block, a furnished room. Impure of Mrs. Gates. 144tf FOtMSHED BOOMS TO KENT 4ti Mapie Avenue, l"tf TO KENT Four office rooms all connected, recently occupied for millinery parlors. East man Bros. e-'f T' KENT A house on Kiver St. F. H. Kilmers. Inquire of lilltf TO BENT A five-room tenement with bath in pixel location. Inquire of M. Garvey, 46 1'earl street. s.-tf TO KENT Two nicely furnished rooms, quire of Airs. Whitehead of Eastern Ave. En l.SOtt TO KENT Suite of rooms on Main St., suita ble for miliinerv parlor or lijjht housekeeping, at reasonable rates. Also Five-room tenement, first floor, tin Granite street. Apply at Scott Townsend's office. Wtf TO RENT. Six room tenement with rooms down and up stairs on Brook street, near .nam. nas an niotiem conveniences, itirnaee, Hem, set. inns, hot and cold water, etc. lb-ut, S1.-..IO per month. isiv riMim tem iueiit at the corner or Miiuiuer street and Keith avenue. Is in tnst-class re pair. Bent, trl.YOoper moiHli. For full partieu r i. ..a ,.r .i. i, l vrrv la.iU K-aate tats iii.juue "i i.t, ... Agency. (iortlon Blot k. V.titf TO BENT Furnished room. Hill, 7 Stimmer street. App'v to Paul 95tf TO BENT Nicely furrisliett room on second floor. Bates reasonable. No. uii hiuoh St. 142tf Td KENT Furnished rooms, with electric lights and all modern conveniences A!-o six room tenement on Addison (dreet. Apply to A. H. Biuze!, third door ot new t;u??.en block. Hltf I.IVEHY STABLE TO KENT Sixteen stalls Anitlv to Brown & Muruhv. 89 South Main street. Sltf TO RENT. Tenement to rent on 1'leasant St. 2tf l'hclps Brothers, TO BENT One nice tenement of ii rooms, one of live, one of four and one of three rooms. Electric lights, steam heat, hot water. Apply at B. I. Toniasi store, corner of North Main and Seminary streets. l-'-'tf TO RENT Lai sre tenement to rent. Sejen rooms. Applyat B.W. Hooker Co.' store. i3tf TO KENT I'tt stairs tenement, corner Maple avenue and Summer street. Vacant Sept. 1st. Apply to A. F. imdite. corner Silver and Itrook streets. lS7tf TO BENT Good lame store at corner of ao.l ,., iimiA- streets. AbtllV at B. D. Main Tomasi's grticery store. 47tf T EN E ME NT TO C. Mackie, coi'ncr streets'. BENT Apply to Wm. Washington and Mount 4otr TO -BENT A very pretty np-stiiir tenement for man -anti wife, to be vacant August 1. A ply to 115 Summer street. E0ARDERS WANTED. MY DININ'G-ROOAI will be open Sept flutter 1st ami will be pleased to see all of utvoi, hoarders back again ami alao new ones. Mrs. Geo. Northrop, m Norl ll Main street. 14')t-4 WANTED Table ltoartlers, in the "ranite Savings Bank Block. Mra. F. 8. KeniRon. l'-JW BOARD AN D Kt KIM At the Statronl house. Electric lights and steam heat. $. I'er week. No- 1- Cottage street. J,tt' DRESSMAKING. DRESSMAKING WANTED Mrs. Wheeler and Mis McAllister will go out dressmaking bv the dav. all at. or addrer-i 3D Averill street, cei.ts for the I, city. I le '. HELP WASTED. U AMI D- T-a. f. 1 1 III ,i:Ul II, tut .it ..I"--. I v. . A. M ;r:n WAN 1 "I'D M l.il t .!! !), I'::il !i am hi 1 re ! a.l iiii.' iu a J'lih Applyto.1 A. l.-.iu AN I ;'D M i. d.or.. k, at , V le I. ill ,1. t wa vi ) : oral I'-aj- V. o. W A VI V kiu h'-n -; -l.,, ,.: .il Apt 1 )il V lit !! ' r 11 iff M l.-etl' I 1-Tw, - table 1 I .'il 1 and ' AN I I l'-r-r- .cvoj i; at Vi. :l f, arre r jrc h.ai i'ark ; I Mt.N' WANII D I-'otv d. iv liiimr.'M. si.rr. per I day, to v, oi k at r ..-t AioI.vm" r, N. II. Call I I- aferii te .vioie or aodn V. I. Jolt-. I'a-t I Andov. r, N. II. H'.'tf AM I'D - A v-ork. Apv.yto Mam ti i." rap.lb'e .Ml. W. rl t.ir roiiera! lione . I'.ranlord, los Sonth lilii WANTI'li Ati experienced hotel clerk, at K'lTf the ( itv Hotel WA,N'l ED Diiting-ioom uirls and kitclsei, help. Apply at once. Moir,p, :ier ll'iiise, Mont- 1 p,.i t. 1 toW j (i i: A XITE TTTEfJS WANTED TIhcc p-intrs of granite entter on line building wmk. I.oi'tc lot, and r::;lit p.iv to eta.tl men. Aeplv to the Woodbury l.lauitc Co., ilanlwiek, t." lilllu WANTED Seven fir-t-cia-s si. .tie cutrent by the Kane (.nmite Co., llom pelier. l.iltf WANTED A woman for general housework, family of three-, viashints tuit out. E. ti. Bos Bane, Vt. '.! HORSE WANTED. AVANTEIV-Diie par of work tmr.n. weight ataatt 'r.:oo. Mat be tc workem. I. U Kennedy. No. 9 f i x 1 1 1 street. 1-1114 WANTED Horse vveihinsr about BmHpoiiiiils for driving purpo-es, at a fair price. Call Sun day afternoon at Dni kee'H house, rear of James Ahern's shop on Biackwell street. I'h'ito); raplier. litat'J OR AN INVESTMENT Notice These. Two new houses located at the corner of Main and Second Streets. Each house is divided in the center and contains two conveniently ar ranged six-room tenements t equipped with every modern convenience, including electric lights, hot and cold water, bath, etc. The houses are finished in hard pine and have hard pine floors in kitchen, dining-room, halls, and bath-room. This property will rent readily for just about $763.00 per year to a desirable class of tenants. Our price, if they arc disposed of at once, is only $6500.00. . Terms will be easy, or owner would exchange for other property. . Just figure the rate cf interest this will pay on the investment. Lots We were never better prepared to show you such real bargains in house lots as now. Almost any location. For further particulars inquire of the D. A. Perry Real Gordon Block, - - Geiioad Just received, a new line of 4Quaker" Stoves and Ranges. Our prices are right for the Fall trade and our Stoves are guaranteed to give satisfaction. Just PRINDLE 81 North Main Street, - I N S U RAN C E. "Some agents say 'The Best Companies," ethers "The Strongest," and still others "The Largest Companies." I simply say J. W. DILLON, Agent. Representing $465 490, 1 17 39 assetts as per annual statement of companies represented in this agency on Jan. i, 1903. That tells the whole S'Ory. Call and investigate. No risk too Urge, none too small. ' RESIDENCE OF J. W. GORDON, BICHARDSONT STREET. C. L. BUGBEE, Contractor and Builder TLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FURNISHED ON SHORT NOTICE. Office at 202 North Main Street, NEAR DETOT SQUARE. (Phone 123-3.) BARRE, VERMONT. D. I'I isl'l ION' ohlliiv ii! : r t A Vt f 11 - Mi. Ah v iiilpi lo r, t 1 1 , ! !! I; or .ipoh'ib"' ' 111! Mr. vi. M WANT EI ru:iti..;i f,,n-m.'n ti tr-.' e r-t.'Ai. .!,:; : uoik ml oil Pt.Oltte A'"V , a. K.. trt-e- I. 1 e to u i rncli lit v. it h . are 15." thi o i.ire f.-T a WAN ri-.i-A voliii' lean ot 1". f-tMM.i. rami!:: I'lm'i,. Addlei-S W A VIED A b.M'd iii.d i; liolljt.el. 1 i.-t ! u,Y to w. a k Ai i'iy to for I WANTCD-I . ii: 10 make, j in enne. tr.g. m . E. i" .Mi-. W I .:. , Ap ,i 1 I ail. al tl i WANTED ply to M . Ti eumtit tn . (,irl t" (. L. ets. r general .Vorri. 1 BEKFICK WANTED. W AN I' I'D -At hand ib-rri.k. . 'lln- Mavb; I'lli Banc, t. d I-' A' arrv LOST AND FCUSD. I !'!' lift v,r ruhlter boot. o t bv bi-ii.emi i North Main sir- i 1 am! llai.'.M h r will, t.-e alli's bal'.e i,-k 1 in . I . At LiisT'-im the train between We' Barre, an alligator p..vket-book wit. erable s-'Ull of monev. t id t.:vl-l Mrs. )'. w. Itarfon. (.laiiiteviile, t itlliee ami be rewarded. turn to to (hi 1.0!,;S LOST A lad it Wiiiiamstown l.i I imler pleiise 1-'. ii.-i.!. ehnri lain" i if House atnIN If iit ptiSt-t.tot arch- ber we: ! th Balifbilp'.i -, East l'.i.i..k 1 ill. I 1 ol ND ame ami white hound property ami pay ' street. to my place la Owner pita harges. T. Sf.u v, .a k, l.'.iek ' call, prove i 'roi-t ft EtM:i I OST-lu WilHainsT.iwn, m fpiarry road, op posite D. V. McAili-tcr's, Tl.uisilay afternoon, a hand-lg i-otitaiinnc purse with ever a jn chai.L'e ami B pair of evc-thtss.-s. Ei'ttier will Una: turn to t . Miiiues, ti i.n.. ,j and receive suitable reward. 14S Estate Agency, - Barre, Vermont. ask for the "Quaker. & AVERILL, - - Barre, Vermont. WORK WANIEI "Quakers!