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THE BATIRE DAILY TIMES, JANtTAUY JOt 1008.
I Call on E. A. - , ........ & y. , , iiiirirm DEPOT SQUARE, BARRE, VT. EL WW DOCTOR OF OPTICS I " IrlKsrst Block, Main St Earn : Every Monday and Tuesday. Office E,': . tn. to 13 m. i 1 :30 tf 4 and 7 to 8 p. m. PRICES VXRY REASONABLE, ARII'B H. H. LEWIS, 0. V. S. Veterinary Surjceoa. ' prut'1' estern Veterinary Collegs. of fl rater & Johnston buble. lies., 24 jsjISu 'ielenbone u7-A C. H. KENT, Dentiit. " MILES' BLOCK, jijphons at Office and at Besldsnoa. JUL. LEWIS D.' MARTIN, tTK07ATB10 IBIClAft. (ffici In Boom S5, Kiln' Bonding.' Offlos jsra, a. m. to VI m. and 1.80 to p. as, M on ly, Iseeday, Thursday ud Friday. lelephoos Conneotlos, A. J. PARQUET, locksmith, Horseshoer anl jobber. , i ., Two pood Horseshoer. Shop removed from f eminary street to3Q Summer street. Burr. ' S t SCIENTIFIC HOHSE SKOEiNG. ' t . Speedy , t uttinjt, , fm9 rutting, , Interfering, 'foTftiig, stiunhhn irand 'cross tiring positively Hired. All diseases of the horse's feet treated with good success. Veterinary niediclu for Shop on Seminary Street, - - Barre. Vt a. ELECTRIC WIRING? ELECTRIC HEATERS. HECTRIC FIXTURES. ILtCIRiC SUPPLIES. STANDARD ELECTRIC CO., a.e. bunnctt, a. v. xtvaoba. k m Kofti Rata Street, Barw, Vermont. IS 1 ., I - !. ', - 9 1 r tkrrL 7 i.M You're a Sly Rogue, Cupid The New Year's trials should be lightened by Electric Lights in the home. We do house wiring. Cusliman & Ward, rhone 432-5. 1 Pearl Street, . Barre, Vermont ATTENTION USERS OF BOILERS. Having secured the services of 0. Mur , t. tZ -! with the M. k W. Itail- road Co., we are prepared to repair boll- ers Leave oraera at. our tnu JOKES BROTHERS CO Vermont. Barre, D. SICKLE, MERCHANT TAILOR l adle' and Gentlennj' Tue Coata Bepire aA oreO. fjdies' nd ;ent!eroen' Garmenta cleaned Irf tfaro, pressed slid elyed. Heiii'S neatly done. Older by mail will receive prompt at siition. Depot Square. Barra. vi Merchant Tailoring AIm Cleaning, Preiiinj and Repairing. MOORE & OWENS, 122 Forth Mala Si. - - Barre, Yeran! THE NEW ORTHERN HOTEL 327 lorib Via SU Earra. Newly fitted up throughout, is now pen for business. Nice, large and we'l-ljohted rooms and good table Term. J2.O0 m Day. J. B. SANGUI.NETT1, - - Trop. Prired for Wood and Coal Oak Heaters, Housq-' hold Ranges, Stove Pipe, Coal Hods and Stove Boards. BURGLARS THRIVE NEAR ROCKEFELLER. Residents Fear to Venture Out at Night Oil King's Hou4 Well Guarded. Tarrytown, N. Y., Jan. 16. Robber and hold-ups in the neighborhood of .loha IX Rockefeller's home liave been do numerous during the last two week that residents are afraid to leave their houses alone or to venture out at night. A burglar entered the home of Walter S. Vandcrbilt, who lives in one of Mr. Rockefeller' cottage on the Hedforjl road, and got away with a fur coat arid a watch. He was ransacking a bureau in Jlr. Vandcrbilt 'a room w hefi .Mm. Vamlerbilt awoke and saw him. ' ll.tr cell for help aroused her husband, and he grabbed his revolver, but did not shoot for fear he would shoot "nig wife. ' Mr. Rockefeller lives in a very lonely road, but he has his home well guarded. He is still at Poeantioo Hill.-, and his neighbors think of railing on him and asking for extra police protection. JOHN WALTER SMITH SENT TO SENATE BY MARYLAND. William Pinckney Whyta Chosen for th Shorter Term. - Annapolis, Md., Jan, If). -The generaj assembly of Maryland, ill joint eonveii tirni ' yesterday, eleeted John V.lter Kniith. a member of the United Stat. Senate for the. full term of, mx year, bdfririrtinc; Marehv4, .lOfii), ?anAl bt th name time, ehosen Senator WiMinm rinVVney S To H tf ' tW M KplrW term . of", tha lata .Senator. -U or ma a. . Ihp Republican minoritr votel for (Ten.' Felix Auntie publiHher of the Ba timore American, for the hort term, and for Judge John C. Hotter of Frederiek for the long. . Btatb Of oio, riTV oe Toledo, ) Li i:ah ot!erv. ' I Frnnk .1. 1 uene makes oath that he M gen- lor partner of thetlrm of 3. honey St ., doing business In the t!lry of Toledo, t 'ountv and State af'nreaaidi and that aid firm will pay the aum ot t kjujs UK ku l" )i-a ns ror enoa and every ease of Catarrh that cannot be cured ny tuou.eui nam tiwamn .:rv. - f.RtNK J. CHEN'KT Bwom t" before ne and. iilerlbd In my presenoe, Una Uth oay or Ueeeinoer a l tost, nIl' Tatarrh Cure l taken Internal!, und ants directly on the blood and mueou surfacei of the system. Send for tetlruonuil free. F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, 0. Sold by p!g',,'. "Sc. Take HalJ'a Family I'ilU for Constipation. SprHAnn fi fin! rnBcstcfi-Ctonstown-Liverpool I . rat Twin Screw Mall and Feiirie Stftnv em. M.lio toni 6j0 feet long;. Heiuarkable l.M gteadineM. Koonia apKr decka uiiatiipj perlect twutilation. . v , fiXONU. Feb. 4. Mar. 3, Apr. 4. Apr. SO. ' IV KIUMA. Jan. 21, Feb. Ig, Mar. 19, Apr. 1& . 1-imiii, sailing, ete , the Cunaru B. M t:-i).,Lt1s 1V6 fctato Ht., fiooton, Mass., Cbua. Is 8uniner, A pent, or to local aerent, 8,' 8. HaiUrdg Bteaiuship Agent. Miles' tiloca, iiarro or Hew Laugdon Uluoa, alontpeUer. - A POWERFUL FACTOR in the success of any business requir ing power is the kind ued. - Have you noted that the most auecesful and pro gressive firms use ELECTRICITY They use it for every possible purpose. For lights, for power, for all sorts of things. If you would follow their ex ample, eomo in and talk it over with ns. We can help you. Vermont Light and Power Co. AND CONSOLIDATED LIGHTING CO. Fbona 240-3 185 N. Main 8trett - Barra F. L. HARRIS & CO., CARPENTERS. Work by tJie honr, dy, job or contract will recel our prompt attention. AU onion help. $ Highland Ave., Barre TeL 144-1. GRAND UNION HOTEL OpIKNUt. Grand C.r.l KEW VOiKCITlf -Mcs..e at wdcrU Room $1.00 a day nd upward Oniubi sol mm Jr ...'f : ..t?., ;..V'V ! 'XYA This vroman nays Lydta E. Pinkham'M Xege table Cuiupound saved her life, ltcad her letter. Mrs. T. CX Willadaen, of Manning, lowa, WTitea to jvirs. imknam: . I can truly say that Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound saved tny life, and I cannot express my gratitude to you in words. For years I suffered witti tne worst forma ot female com plaints, continually doctoring and spending lots of money for mediclno without help. 1 wrote you for advice, followed it as directed, and took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound and It has restored me to perfect health. Had it not been for you I should have been in my grave to-dav. I wish every suaering woman wouiu try it." FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. For thirty 3'ears Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs, has been the standard remedy for female ilia, and has posih ely cured thousands of women who have been troubled with displacements, inflammation, ulcera tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, that bear-in-down feeling, flatulency, indiges tion,dizzines8,or nervous prostration. Why don't you try it ? Mrs. Plnkham Invites all sick women to write lier for advice. She has guided thousands to health. Address, Lynn, Mass. AMUSEAiENT NOTES A Promising Engagement The McAuliffe rtock company, which i considered the most perfect of tiie stock organizations, .will fpen its fix night and Saturday matinee engagement t the Barre opera Imitne next Monday evening 111. the tfrent comedy drama, "Dens and ' Palaces." The production will be Liven 'a near complete a tlu1 most' advanced Wage ' niutmgenient can devise. 'The ' company ',in i.tscjf U made up of clever people, heiidi-d by the great singing comedian, Jere McAulilTe, who is cuftiidered the mist talented as well a the most magnetic comedian playing at popular price. His success in the role made famous by muny of our fore most companies during the past few years, was m marked that he has re ceived special comment throughout the entire country. The strength of the company, many bright specialties, mag nificent costumes, the grand scenic ef fects, together with thu choice selection of plays, should make the engagement one of decided interest. It. hua always been the aim of the McAulilTe company to provide & aerie of productions that eual each other in strength and to make them n complete as possible. The fol lowing high class specialties will be introduced between the act, making a continuous performance! Jere MeAu litfe in an entirely new line of parodies; All. W. Wilson, the world's greatest ventriloquist, and Fred Martcile iu the latest illustrated song. RESEMBLES CASE'.,'' ', j ,;,"'.:,, I.'; OF MRS. BRADLEY. Mrs, Metcalf, Who Shot at Hamill, Had Sought to Bring Suit. ' Chicago, Jtn. 16. The case of Mrs, Thomas Me.tcalf, who shot at I'anker John R. Walsh's attorney, Samuel R, Hamill, in the federal buildiug here, in some respects resembles that of , Mrs. Annie M. Bradley of Salt Lake City, Utah, who recently was acquitted in Washington, I). C, after killing former United States Senator Brown. Mrs. Metcalf, it is said', formerly lived in Hamill's home city, Terre Haute, Ind. She had since consulted lawyers with a view to bringing suit against ITamill for alleged wrong at his hands. Mrs. .Met calf has recently been appearing in minor parts on the ftage. Mr. Hamill's brother, Carson Hamill, say he knows no such person with whom his brother could have btt-n as sociated. A Well u !i:td Poultry Food. . A satisfied customer is the best ad vertisement any business house can have. Such expressions ns are given in the following letter from Asuhel Puffer of Jericho, Yt., are ludicutive of the kind of advertising "Page's Per fected Poultry Food" receives. It also accounts iu a large degree for the enor mous sales o this staple article. Here is the letter: "I w ish to keep the agen cy for 'Page's Perfected Poultry Food' another year. I cull your Poultry Food the best I ever used, and the neighbors all ppeak very highly of it." Any one sending his address on a postal card to C. 8. Pago, Hyde Tark, Vt, and mentioning this paper, will re ceive by mail, free, postpaid, a sample package of "Page's Perfected Poultry Food." New Hotel Albert Eleventh St. and University PI. SEW TORK CITT, One Block West of Broadiray. The only alolutciy modern Are-proof transient hotl below Street. Location central, yet quiet. u rooms, M0 witl. bath, from li no per day upwards. Excellent restaurant and cafe attached. Moderate price. Scud 2c ttavmp for Illustrated Cuido and Map of New Tork City. An Advertisement- . . ' ... r In. The Timts Will Erics Sure Results MARCH OF THE UNEMPLOYED Army of Idle Appeal to Mayor of St. Louis THEIR PLEA FOR AID In Obtaining Work Answered City Will Do All That Is in Its Power Procession Led by "Hobo" Phil anthropist Eadsuow. St. -Louis, Jan. 16. Hungry and out of work, eight hundred men marched through the snow and cold to the city hall Tuesday, seeking Mayor Wells in order to make application for his as sistance in securing employment. James I'.'adhow, pliilauthropint and scion of a wealthy family, who proudly styles him self a ''hobo,1, led the procession and the Welfare association, of which he is the founder and benefactor, formed the nucleus of the "army." When the start was made from the asfcooiatioii head quarters five hundred men were in line, W. J. Millard, a ISocialist leader of Cin cinnati, ai-ting as marshal. A meal of bread and black collee was served just liet'ore the start, ami each man received two slices of bread and a tin cup of coffee. The leaders shouted invitations to men on the sidewalk to join the ranks of the unemployed, and soon the ranks were swcHled to eight hundred. AU the way the men were orderly. While the hungry horde lined up in the city hall grounds, a committee representing the "army" waited 011 Mayor Wells, who assured them that he would do all iu lis power to give them employment. "1 cannot give you charity work." said Mavor Wells; "under present conditions the only thing I can do is to divide the work now lemg done for the city ana give part to yon." This met with the approval of the committee, and after its departure. Mav or Wells instructed street commissioner Travilla to prepare an ordinance calling tor an appropriation of $1U,00U tor street work. . .WANT SHORTER HOURS. Textile Unions in New 1 Bedford Inaugu- Tate Movement." " New I'edford. Mjish., Jan. 10. At a meeting of the Weavers' union held on Tuesday night, the matter of a shorter workday for the textile operative was referred to the executive committee with power, and ad isenssion of the curtail ment going on iu the local mills was used as -an argument why the hours should be reduced. The carders Tues day iigH voted to go on record in favor of a shorter workday, and to ask Representative Ross to introduce a bill in the legislature for shorter hours for textile operatives,, Steel Plant to Eeopen. Pittsburg, Pa.. Jan. R The plant of the 1'ittsliuig Steel company at ;'ass port, near here, will resume in full next Monday with a force of 3M) men. It has been idle since the Christinas sus pension. Shoe Factory Resumes. Calais, Me.,, Jan. ltl.--The shoe fac tory of Trimble Brothers in this city has resumed operations after a three week', shutdown. , ; f .i Plan Closed: 'indefinitely. ; i Newton, X.'' H;i Jtttt. m The plant of the1 Newton Box' company' ha 1 been closed for an' Indefinite ' period; Lack of orders is given a the reason for the shutdown. 1 FARMER SETS TRAP? - ' GETS AUT0ISTS At Point of Gun He Gets $500 For Calf : Wich Machine Had Killed. rew York. .Ian. 1(5. Aaron Banks, a Pine Brook (Nr. J.) farmer, live on a road much frequented by autoists. lie has made, many unwilling sacrillce to these cars in the shape of dogs, chickens, geese and Jamlis, so iie determined to "get even." He stationed his two sons, in a clump of bushes at the roadside, with a four-weeks-old calf; across the highway the calf mother was tethered 111 lull view, lie 101a ins sons to turn the calf lfoe at the moment the auto approached. The trap was timed to the fraction of a second; the chauffeur had not time to avoid a collision: the big car burled the calf in the air; it fell lifeless. Banks stepped from behind the tree and covered the two men and two women t, the ear with his shotgun, "That was a Guernsey calf; none bet ter bred in the state," yelled Banks in affected fury. "You killel it; hand over $.'00 or I shoot!" Finally the four occupants of the ear dug u) $2t) each between them and one of the men made out a note to the farmer for $300 more. When tiie automobile had passed on, Banks called his sons, with the remark, "Well, boys, we'll skin the calf and eat it ourselves." REM0NDITES CAST OUT O'BRIENITES AT MEETING. Little Ruction Indicates That Proposed Reunion Is Still Distant- Dublin, Jan. Hi. The recently discuss ed reunion of the Remondites and O'Bri enites is still far from realization, judg ing from an incident yesterday at the meeting here of the National lXrectory of the United Irish l,cajrne. The Nationalists from Cork, support ers of Mr. O'Brien, ani duly accredited dcleuates, entered the hall; but as goon a their presence was discovered, the league officials ordered that they be ex pelled. The delegates from Cork declined to oWy, and after an exciting struggle were tiimll.V ejis-ted by force. A R:gher Health Level. .. 'T have reached a higher beflltli level since I heptn using Dr. King's 'New Life pjllss," writes Jacob Springer of West Franklin, Maiw, 'They kc-p my (4tn- h, liver and hoo working jus rijjht.H If then piUs di-appoint jort on trial, money will V refunded at Red Cross pliarrua.'v, Bickert & Wells. ABOUT THE STATE. Items of Interest Gleaned from Our . Exchanges. .... . Tow n Clerk J. F... Simmons, ; of Woodstock reports that during the year ot 1JU7 there were 44 Uirths, 39 mar riages, and 40 deaths in the town. . A. C. Osgood, of West ford, found a doe in his orchard Friday with her jaw broken by a bullet. She was unable to eat and was put out of her misery. The wound was fr.h but it is known who shot her. Biattleboro's re?t room has more than met the expectations of it projectors during the three months that it has been open. During the ten days be fore Christmas, 3(io persons called and many others neglected to register. Ke ceipts from all sources amounted to $133.57 and expenditures to $133.41. 1 - '- J. Arthur ' Tellier, formerly of Bur lington, a student in the University of Vermont, has left the employ of the government ofs special aire 11 1 of the general land otlice in Arkansas, and has become a member of the firm of Telher and Spinks, attorneys ut law, at Little Rock, Ark. IJefore going to Arkansas, Mr. Teliicr held tne position of assist ant clerk of the Semite committee on immigration. Began Career with Central Vermont In charge of the Boston & Albany train dispatchers' office, at tiprincfleld, Mass., i Frank I,. Sample,, chief dis patcher, who was born in Altona X. Y., .!( years ago, and who started railroad ing on tti Central Vermont in 1S90, when he (served as station operator at various places along the line. In Sep. teinber, 1802, he was transferred to New Iiiiilou, Conn., where, he worked as dispatcher on the outhwn divrsion of the Central Vermont until August, 1900. He was with the .New Haven road for a year as spare dispatcher, ami tiitn went to Rutland as trick dispatcher ?n the Rutland railroad, remaining abjut year. Ho went to the I'mston & Al bany in April, 1902, and for about a year was operator and chief clerk In the yardmaster's olliee in West Spring Held. In April, 1!H)3 he was transferred t. the Springfield dispatcher's olliee as copy operator and wan promoted to dispatcher in 1901, working a trick until OetoWr last when he was made chief dispatcher. ' Anxious to Be Drafted! ' Editor Times: After two of the most enihin'r de-; feats that were erer, inflicted upon a presidential candidate1 in all our nation al history, it is certainly amusing, if not painful to follow the aggresve movements of Col, William J. Bryan and note his repeated expressions of willingness (not to say eajrerness) to Ik "drafted" for a third time just "for the good of his party!" In his extreme willingness to suffer martyrdom "for the jroot of his party," he leinimU the writer of that very good and self sacrificing old lady who, after draining the wfne-gobh"t dry at & communion service in her church, pass ed it back to the deacon with the re mark that she "would lie willing to drink a whole quart of it for the good Lord!" Certainly, if one olrf lady may thus encourage an otherwise discourage the church by -uieh proffered acts of sacri ficial devotion, may not Mr. Bryan's oft defeated ami somewhat discouraged party feel jubilant over his expressed willingness to be its Mse to lead it through or into!) another Jtea sea! L. F. Fortnev, Plainfield, Vt. Jan, 14. 1903, coMoiV.'seNS;;.:':?r,:: Lea telKgent people to u?e on!y nown composition. There- tn fore Dr. Pierce a medicine, the stake' !ch print every ingredient en hem upon the bottle wrap- pen and au Its correctness under oath, Ing !n favor. The com-. Pierce's medicines Is open re daily grl position of D to everybody r. Pierce being dermis of having the t--.tr, h lii. of InvesUga- it turner j f')Hy upon his formuiit. being CorthJ Tit thit Liij I- -r 1 he gf kno;n if ' i sy , in eit'!i;s" the mors ITQI Being wholly made ofhe aciive medicinal principles extracted 'from na tive forest mots, by exact processes original with Dr. Pierce, and without the use of a drop of alcohol, triple-refined and chemically pure glycerine being used in stead la extracting and preserving the curative virtues residing in the roots employed, these medicines are entirely free from the objection of doing harm by creating an appetite for either al coholic beverages or habit - forming drugs. Examine the formula on their bottle wrappers tho same as sworn to by Dr. Pierce, and you will find that his "Golden Medical Discovery," tho great, blood-purlfior, stomach tonic and bowel regulator the medicine which, while not rsoommonded to euro consumption in lhs advanced stages (no medicine will do tha t) yet doet cure all those catarrhal condi tions of bead and throat, weak stomach, torpid liver and bronchial troubles, weak lungs and bang-on-coughs, w hich, if neg lected or badly treated lead up to and finaily terminate in consumption. Take the "Golden Motiical Discovery" tn time and it Is not likely to disappoint you If only you give it a Ovrrmigh and fair trial.' fDon t expert miracles. It won't do supernatural thiiiRS. You must exorcise your pniience and persevere in its use for a reasonable length of time to gt Its full benefits. The Ingredients of which Dr. Pierce's medicines are composed havs the unqualified ndorsrmer, of scorns tif medical leaders better than snv amount of lay, or non-professionul. testimonials. They are not trlven awav to ho experi mented with but arc sold by all dealers in medicines at res.-w.arlo :-nVes. ESTATE OF SI SAN R. KEITIT. PTATE OF VERMONT. I t.i Frolmte Court, District of Waslnnirion, se, held in Montpel- er, 111 and for said District, on the 1st Ua of J.1ntanl A. I). li.'S. William A. Roue. Executor of the la't Will and Testament of Susan S. Keith, late of the I ity of Rarre. in said District, deceased, pre sents his a.iinimstratioii atcount for examina tion and allowance, and niaktu application for a decree ot dist.nl. Rtion and partition of the es tate ol said deceased. W hereupon it Is ordered by said lour!, tlitit said eccminl and said appli cation be rff-rrd to a ..e-suoi thereof, to be held at the Frolute (ittii-e 111 said Montpelier, on We 21st riavof January A. !. lis, for bear ing and decision Uierron. And it is fitrtuer died ihat nonce hrof be civcii to ai per son uiteresiwi. I.v pulilicatjon of t same thn-e wneks su. cessiveiy in the Farre- twlly 1 .roes, a newspaper ptil'ltshcd at the t'y el Barre. ia this M:tE, previous to said time ap p.nfed for lorunr. that tb.v mav sr.p-'a.r at riii tt-se and pi.o-e. and show eao-. it any 1 they may tiv, s:w said ac.rtint sbould nut t-S ailuwed and ?ch oecree losde. ! " Ry the l !art. tn-i. j IHhaM CAKLLTON, Judge. Thttr Jao S-9-16 as most m wfidlnes of V . I. O..J I, I. IUI s ntr Mian 1 COMPETENT JUDGES. Beauty Doctors Evadors Herfictd. Women who make a business of beau tifying other women, coma pretty near knowing what will hrlnsr about the best results.. Hera nro letters from two, con cerning; llerpli ide: . . . "I can recommend Newbro's "Herpl ciile," as It stopped my hair from falling out; and, as a dressing it has no super ior. "(Signed.) Pertlia A. Trulllnirer, "Corr.ploKion Specialist, "2r'i Morrison St., Portland, Ore." "After usinie one -boffin of "Hcrplcide' my hair has flopped failinif out, and my scalp Is entirely free from dundrutr. "(Signed.) Grace Pod, "Jteauty Doctor, '195 Sixth Et, Portland. Ore." Sold by leadtnr oYrc "-!! Bend 10c. la stamps for amii ft ' Herpieida Co., Ietrolt. Ml"'- Two R eimts n IT.08, E. A. Drown. Special Acent HELD FOR BLACKMAIL. London Court Finds Basis For Solly Joel's Charges. lndon. Jan.. Hi. ( an Ludwiir von Yeltheim, who I charged with attempt inir to blackmail Solly Joel, a capitalist out of $30,000, was yesterday held in tile liuildliall police court tor trial. The money demanded by Von Vel- theirn is due him lor an expedition he made to South Africa, at the request of Joel, to accomplish the kidnapping of the late Paul Kruger, who then was pres- ilent of the boutti African Republic. SERIAL No. 2065 is your assurance of our guarantee filed with the Secretary of Agriculture, Washington, D. C, that Males' Of M.M.XJM.B.V-'y Ilorehound & Tar the standard remedy for genera tions, iVa safe and pleasant cure for coughs, colds and hoarseness. Get it of y our druggist. Plk Toohael Drop Cure a One Minute. FOUR LINES FOR ,25 CENTS Th Ttrw will imbrlsU 'Want. trt and Fount or Hals. To Let. eto. soort aowirtts nenra at th raui of lonr una (or iwory-are cents tor the firm lunercioo aud Bra couts (or aaca autMtqumf baseruoa. - ' REAL ESTATE FOR SALE FOBFAt.E On account of eontlnnsd 111 health I otTer for sale my farm, situated two and a half mil- from the' city. Good huild- iuB. water at hou aud barn. 20 l-'i acre land mi V. v.x Aijpiy w. . i tae, n Sooi Main stret. iKltu FOIt SALK Iiouhle house ccntaininff two etitbt-rooBi teiiemcnlseatlrelvsepargte, rrop trtv is ts irood eoiidltron si a well rented to good paving tenant. The location Is especf ally Of-giiahle, bemi; only one minute's walk from ISpauldiiia srhotd. A fine jilace for rent ing rooms or taking boarders. Will sell on tasv term, from .).0to .X..00down, hiianee in niontblv payments, friee only f .'Tou oo, It is rented t.r mwili to vwy nearly I't per cent on price, mis is a narcam mr some one. u. A. l'errv Kenl lCslato Auencv. Gordon liiook llarre, Vt. 254tf FOR WALK House and barn on Tnird street. Good sized lot and only about 200 feet from the car line. This is a dt siratile home aud K'uhI lu vestment at price. Holy Sls.io.o0. Letusehoi it to yon. 1. A. Ferry Heal Kstate Agency, Gordon lilock, llarre, 1 1. 2oiu tVR SALE The A. C Day house on lafros pect avenue for sale to cloe the estate. Fair tsized houxe, modern Improvement. Also good barn with four stall. For further particulars imiuire of W. F. Hhepoard, Adm. 1 2WH1 FOR BALE A twrf-tetiement house in one of tint best locations of tho city. Eleven living rooms, two pantryt. and two bath rooms. Ail finished tha best. Modern confemenoes. A stream of food s print; water foes wiiii tiie pUo, A buye lot eilit and cue-half rods by seven rods. Will be s ild at a bargain if sold at once. Inquire of W. A. Hall, lu Kuu street, after o'clock. eutf FOR SAXE OR TO REST Farm of about SO acre, two leoement house, two barns, two hen houses. Niiu.il-. I about a nolo from East Barre. James Geake, Webstervtlie. vjlur FOR SALK IN THE F. B. CATE REAL EST ATE AGENCY, HOLSTER BLOCK, HAKRK, VT. Two tenement house of S rooms each, water closets In each, buy window in ooth tenements, front and linck, barn two stalls. lot fiO x loo. This is nearly new bouse and would rent for f il'JU per musts. Slust be sold this month. The price will surprise you. We are prepared to show tltls property any time that Is cuuveni eut for you. FARM 14" acre f:irm 2 1-2 miles out Will cot fi.i ton of bay. Good pasture, runnins; water at buildings, plenty of wood for the use of place. Good appio oicbard. School on the place. Buildings good. W ill exchange City property. t ainting business, tools, stock on hand, every thing at invoice. Will agree to not go into business iu city again. We handle nil kinds of Real Estate. Remember that we are headquarters for tim ber hind, larpeand small, also that our bouses and farms are too numerous to mention here. We have hud placed w ith us one of the best Id eated business brick blocks in the city which will net S per cent. Reason for selling is to settle the estate. visit Inquire as above. Telephone 135-2. TO SELL OR EXCHANGE. Do you w:nt to buy, sell or exehanee your bouse or farm? tall or write the Vermont 11,.1 pstnta Airencv for listim? blanks. North Main street, iWre. T,o: FOR 8ALE--rVmth End hotel. Enquire at Farre Real FlsUite Auencv, orliee fa Granite Bavlntrs Rank block. Telephone 43-3. tf FOR PALE OR TO RENT Ncarlv new cot tage, liuisued in natural wood. Hard wood floors. Laie fraroen and hen house. Rent cheap. Csill at ai Church street. aootf FOR PALE About six acres ot timber on the stump. Consists of some pine, brown ash. elm, spruce and hemlock. V. J. Hoggs, Wil- liamstown, Vt. SUi'tf FOR SALE--Best residence lots tn ths city at head of French street. View unobstructed clear to Washington street. Convenient to both lines of trolley. Good air. urr soil. Z.o fllliniT required. See nl.va. Aveiili Granite Co., Aifenil Ruildli.t;, City. lotf Most lis Sold to Close Estate Farm onty three miles from Fast Barre. About six miles from llarre City, contains about 1S3 acres, Laree quantity of hard wood and what has been estimated to te lite. ,tiou feet soft w.d lumber. House is In oinfi.riab.. shape and bams are very food. The place froduces about 4o tons hay and will ke p 1! cows easily. Good tunniiig water at buildings, t his is a bargain at .. W). There is wood and lumber enough c 3 it to pay for it. Terms S looaeaj down. D. A. Perry Real Estate Agency, boooi s an. Gordon Block, Barre. SMtf FOR SALE, KOR ftAtKOns pair eWa iroou worliliijf oxen, waists,!. Apply Ut W. W. taart, tel. splioiut i.-l:l, iiarre, V i. VOH 8AI.K N bolt leirb lor sale at J. A. McLeod'a bkcksniith (.hop, IU SMjiuuittiy sli'wt, liMie, Vt. , 1' . i'.nii 'UH HAI.K four thiiroitfc'hbrea I'm limmd Pups, 1 iLimih old. 'It li jiiioiie writs or ea. I on l. K. Magvon, iutst (ttauKe, Vt, s.jCu FOR SALK Two pnirs of heavy wora h"ise one pair of blacks, weijilit 4uo, five mi.i tlx years old and oris pair of giavs. Weight V-hst live and six years old.. X. J. JdiKeoaie, Kriin itevi.le. zttif MAtXB (st'dAR Ktlt SS1.E A few huii dretl pounds of choice maple sin-ar made from lbs 11. H. Ijiiril orclmru iu liana. Cau ii had by oalliiiit at Mo. 21 Kranklm street, or ot Q. H. J'erry at Averill ilills, Uaiie. Vt. 1'rlce per 10-pound pail, SU".lf KOR BAl.l.; A sharpener's aft. Inquire a m .oapiu avenue, ai ur lour 0 Oloca. KOK BAI.K On Stewnrt ntniro cheao. In quire at 40 Seminary street, CUU FOR SALK Household furniture. conistimr of a quartered oak (harnlwr uu. Huh set of (llsiit-s and other usiul luUFiioid articles. Also an Kdfuon plionotr)iph with o ret.urts. inquire aitrj buiuuier street. 1.1U KOH HALE Nice, loos hat. bnttj cos ran and fine. Oro.o-s may b lit at ttowden & l.voa . (wm or wnli nia at il UitUiauu Atouus. C. Carle too. !S7lf V I'CH BALK. Choice borse hay. Mixed liny for cows. A 1 iiota loss, any q nan tlty. 1 rcsh-cut green bones lor laying hens. A. VT. ALLKX. Bunnvsid Karn. Islephoii Ho. ma TO RENT. TO liKVr Tenement of S rooms, electric liflitR, hot and cold water, all modern conveni ence, No. .w Merchant streat. Apply to Geo. W. Mann, 14 WellinKton St., Tel. a.'S-SL awtf TO RENT A five room upstairs tensineuti bath and gas, corner of Kast aud flirt" streets liuiulre of John K. riiuitb, la Kaat surcwv 'MH TO KKNT- A tenement. Jnnuire of Harry A. fWgel, at 8. J, bcel & Co. '5 store, Jjepot Sriuare. Milt TO KENT Cottaes of J rooms, all modem improvements, 50 lirook street. James Ciog:m TO KKNT Upstairs teneint nt ot flv rooms nd batii. very easy to beau Has gas ranfiesnd ieettic liL'bts. S',1.00 aimmtli to small quiet luiuiiy. Apply at 123 Orange street, X'oif TO KKNT Th rooms on the second floor of the Gladding block recently occupied by tha C lay iiarnees shop. Apply to t. u. jiow- iand. 2iWtf SIORK tlOUBE Any one wishing a food clean placo to store their carnages. Sleighs, etc.. will do well to apply to Geo. K. Mcrar. land, :.'& boutli llalu tlrsot Teleuboue rins itS-4. . - . . - tutrf TO RENT A down stairs .tenement of five rooms at till per month, him streets Kn qulre aJ Jtast street or 00 tiie it euils. : Iditf . .1 I u 11 1.-1 II - TO KK.NT A down stairs tenement of Are rooms at IDS Kim street. Inquire at Wi Eit street, or on premises. Beat 12.00- - 1 TO KENT Six -room tenement, -ready Octo- bet i'u. lunuir of B. W. hooker & Co. lViltf TO KKNT Shed loom for esmr ef men. Apply to W. A. Lane. IsuSruham' Meadow, l<f TO HKNT-Deslmbla tenemenu on West Tatiersoo street, buvlnjf hot and cold water, laundry tub, iurmice and eleotria liciits. Lnquirs X. It. 1 help Cok, V&t KorU hua street. , oojtt TO RENT Olliees, single or oonble, op ins ight Kront of U U. Averili's bulla iu. WJ TO RENT 1-arje basement, tfry ana liht Inquire of L. AL Averill. &tt EOARD AND ROOMS. TO BENT Good warm room, conveniences. 17 Church street all modern TO I'JCNT Two front rooms to Tent iu man block. Apply at Kastuiau Bros. East- Fl UMSHED ROOM Kendrick's drug store. TO KENT Apply at SJTtf TO BENT Two (food furnished rooms at.W Elm stroot. Inquire at tb Hrre Steam Laun dry. louf HaP WANTED. WANTKD - Girl or middle aped lady to assist In general housework on a farm near the city. Address "lieip," Times oftioe, or Telephone 30T-31. ... U.U WANTED A elrl to do c-eneral housework. AuUieu iinen.ee.- -- - -tf WATlJI A pjaolilne polisher., for (filotl, iuan.. ,pyif .to Geoig. boo. jsrt loS Wttiksr 4, SBltf WANTED A Brst and second Cook at tit 31ooum"nt House, Williauustown. "Jjuif WASTED Two ftrts for Scotch family) pood home and waires. Apply to Mrs. ,A. r. Rauiajre, Monroe iiiulge, l.i. ' l'jstt WORK WANTED ' , . WANTED By a voting man, a place to team the tool sharpener s Uade. Address Hox orthteld Fails, Vt. 'itiitti WANTED Woman wants work by the dsiy or hour also washiuf; to 00 at home. Address 'J Hawes street. V-lTtf WANTED. fOMCOSITOHS Linotvpo Instruction; oper ating and mechanism: thoroush course undef experienced instructors. X i-Linotype School, S Dix 11. iiosiou. a-lTt'-'C WANTFJV-To buy. lease or rent, shed or eheiirootu for from one to three gang? by pood, reliable lirm now doing business Location must be In the cit5. Auuiees "Btoneshed" care Times. 24 "tf 1;KD HOI stoves keep black a month with Slovetnk applied once. A LSc bottle lasts most families a your. C, N. Kenyou & Co, , Wtitiki WANTED A second hand 10 or 12 horse powsr electric motor, inquire of i J. Kobar i't -Co.. Montpeller, Vt. !i43tf WANTED Five or six kits of stone cutters' tools, chains, blocks, jacks, bars, etc W hat have ou a'o'.' Namo price, i'- U. Box, 8.1, Barre, Vt. tf LOST AND FOUND. LOST A bho'k and tan Fox Hound, ".Ma jor." Large, about .0 or 7 pounds; in the direciioa of lielseu. Write or telephone limes olll.e Iiarro, Vt. i'.tf LOST In the town of FAst Slontpelier, in the hist part of November, a black and tan hound. 1 will pay J.lixi to the person return-e ing mm. ( harlie Lavoioway, East JUontj.elier. Vermont. fcStlu'S NOTICE! My wife, Mary Johnson, having left tny bed aud'board, I shall pav no l.i.la of her con'traet tii after this date and I hereby warn people not to harbor her at niv expense. ANDREW J. JOHNSON. Barre, Vt., Jan. 1J, Ham. 2Kt3 20 Horses for Sale! gome work horses in matched pairs, weithiug from 1000 to 1,'jKI each. Some driving; horses, also my fast paters tockweOui. 2tll! LORD BROS., West Berlin. Please Notice. I have opened a blaeksiniih shop io the "Raws feed siors.,' Iej.t Sour. With Jos,pU Gay as horse. tjocr. - rn reauy tor horseUi., tr.?. rroirlo-j or new work 1b wood or iioa, AU work t ranteii to be fini cus 'iei-paooei Shi p UU, House 2io-iA J, A, JDENNO, tf