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Press Dispatches. elegra arre venin Siiifrlo copy, Ono month, One year, 1 cent '2"t cents $3.00 VOL. 1. no. :u. JJAlUii:, '1'M TIUTltSDAY, 31 AY ID, 11)8. PJUCE ONE CENT. TERMS: T The Blue Store By the Depot, Barre,Vt, IS THE PLACE TO HUY Men's, Boy's and Children's Clothing, Men's, Women's and Child ren's Shoes. Men's, Women's and Child ren's Furnishings at Rock Bottom Prices. Your Inspection is invited. Satisfaction .21111 riintped or your money back. New lines of straw hats are coining in daily. i;ive us it cull. A down-stais tenement to rent. Inquire at tlic store. (Set your suburban tickets here at (ic a trip. SEGEL & BRADY, Prop'rs. DKl'OT SQUARE. 1SARRK, VT. ATTENTION! Quarry Boys, Pure Leaf, L L Ponies, Royal Savage, ARE The Cigarsto Smoke For Sale Everywhere. L. Lewin, M'gr. ISO No. Haiti St. Barre, Vt. SETS, $1.00 Up From S '0 those Pictures of our liatllcsliips in Colors at 13 cents ouch. H. L. AVERILL, 28 Xo. Main St. Tel. .'31-3 DON'T BE LURED Into paying Drug Store Profits on Cream of Tartar or Soda. We will sell you Strictly Pure Cream of Tar tar at 35c a pound, and Strictly Pure Soda at 5c. a pound. We will give $10 for proofs that the above are not strictly pure. And fur ther, any Spices we soil you arel'itui. We jrive you our guarantee of 27 years' business reputation that our goods arc as represented. 1. M. AVERILL We Are on Guard For your interests as well as -nir own. It means business for us. Every man, boy and child needs a new suit for ?' Jfinjr, and we carry the best line in the City at the lowest prices. We have just received a fine line of MeuX Roys' and Children' Clothing Which we will sell cheaper than any store in Rune or vicinity ever sold them. We will offer for the next 10 days 100 boys' suits with sailor collars, siVs from 4 to 15 years, at SI. 00 a suit ; sold elsewoere for S-'.OO. RriiiiT your boy along and ret one at the Standard Clothing Co.'s Store" CROQUET Whv sutler with Corns when you can have thctn removed without pain by Mus. S. M. Yokk, U Kli Noncid I am prepared to do lirt elass work in lion? Intuig, banging and calsominmg. t:il,Tigbthe mail promptly attended to. All myomploycesnreoxpenciiceilwoilv men. Noaiiliieulices. . J. C. DoiMiK, 100 Mam St TheJWeather. RosTu. May l'j. -Fair tonight and Friday; warmer ; southerly winds. News From Camp Olympia. There were a large number of visit ors hero from the (irauito city yester day and ynu may bo sure wo were glad to sou them. Anything that reminds us of homo meets with great rejoicing from the boys. The liurlington company and the of ficers of Hie regiment went to liurling ton last night whore they had an elab orate banquet at the Van Xess House, given by ex-Governor Woodbury, whose son is a lieutenant in Company M. The officers need not think they nre "so warm". While they were gone las' night to participate in the festivities of the Queen city we were enjoying ourselves here at camp listening to a concert given by Sherman's Military band, which came, up for the occasion to keep us from being lonesome while the powers were absent. Jt is understood that we have had or ders to move today, but the oars have not arrived and it is said they will not lie here for several days. We will have 12 hours to get ready after the cars arriv. so wo are apt to be with you some time yet. The hardest thing for us to bear thus far has been the continued suspense as to when wo are going. We trust that this will be over soon. ' The boys are all well and some of them will probably visit home today. MONTI'EUIHl WON. IIKI-KATK!) TUK LOCAL TEAM AT SlIool'IMi. 412 TO :?S4. Tin; Recreation gun club of this city suffered defeat at the hands of the mem bers of the Moutpelier gun club at prize shooting yesterday afternoon in Capitol city. It was the annual shoot for the state championship badge, which was held by Moutpelier anil is still re tabled by them. The local team went to Moutpelier with the determination to win or die, but they played in hard luck. The total number of points were Moutpelier, 412; Rarre, :!S4. R. A. Eastman had a hard cold and was in no form for such a contest. Captain W. II. Eastman, the other day, broke the record at the local range by shooting 25 clay pigeons out of a possible 2o, from a trap, ami al though he lead the local team in the number of points, he. was not up to Ins usual form. L. .1. (iriilin, who holds the individual state championship, was away below his average, and the other members of the team were in propor tion. The .Moutpelier members were up to the mark and won the contest on their merits. The contest was for 100 birds, ,50 at known angles and f0 at unknown an gles. Following is the number of points each person won out of a possi ble 100. JfON'ITtl.IWI. C. O. Rarrett S4 F. A. Ntamlish 70 Mr. Walton 70 W. E. Stoddard 04 L. C. Cumiugs 61 ,1, C. Rrown 57 Total 412 HA HUE. W. II. Eastman R. A. Eastman George Stewart R. ,1. "Griffin W. G. Reynolds A. R. Abbott Total 7!) 70 GO 61 .54 54 384 SIX ROYS ARRESTED. Six boys were arrested yesterday afternoon by Sheriff French charged with throwing stones at II. I'. Mealier, a polisher employed by Hopkins & Huntington. The boys were Fred Comolli, Frank Joss, George Rrown, Willie King, Dan Keith and Eli Hurt ram. Itscemsthat yesterday as these six boys were on their way to dinner, they got into a light among themselves. Meaker testilied that he was eating his dinner in the sheil when he noticed the boys lighting, and picking up a piece of board "nt toward them and told them to go home, but did not hit them. He al leges Hie boys stoned him and it was very evident that he had been hit with a stone, as he had a out over the left eye one inch long. The boys testified that Meaker hit ilw.m iiiili'a stick. 'i'he.v also said that be reached for a stone but before he picked it up a stone siruok nun onci im: eye and another in the back of the neck. " The case is beiiig tried before a jury lodav. II. W. Scott appeared for Re r Irand. It is alleged that, lie.lrand is tbe boy who hit Meaker. SUMMER COTTAGES RURNED. A. D. Morse and E. I.. Smith each re ceived a telegram this morning slating that their summer cottages at Old Or chard Reach Me., caught lire last even in". Mr. Morse's telegram only stated that the house was damaged by lire last evening. No particulars as to the cause or extent of the lire were given. Mr. Morse left this noon for Old Orchard Reach. The house was a two-story structure and was situated (dose to the water's edge. Mr. Smith's telegram stated that the house was totally destroyed by lire last evening. It was a two-story building and was next to Mr. Morse's cottage. Mrs. Smith slated this nflernoon that if the house was totally destroyed the. loss would reach at least !?:SO00. Mr. Smith is in ltiiilingtou to-day. Roth collages were built in IS'.MS and were well furnished. TERRIBLE i MASSACRE. Hundreds of Women and Chil dren Slaughtered. England's Great Loss Felt Deeply. Spy in Camp Dewpy Over ' powers Sentry. England's Bereavement. I Lomm'is, May 11). Public opinion is profoundly stirred up over the deatli of England's grand old man, William E.I Gladstone. John Redmond says the ' loss to England is absolutely incalcula ble. The deepest manifestations of grief are shown throughout the country. Flags are at half mast, bells are tolling, shades are drawn and pictures of Glad- j stone are draped in mourning. The I Oueeu and the Prince of Wales have sent their condolences to the family, : also Ambassador Hay, President Fan re, j and many others, have sent their condo- loners. j The scene at his deathbed was almost peaceful imaginable. Mrs. Gladstone held his hand, the nurse had ju-t bathed his forehead, and the dying lipsniur-j mc ?d "how nice.'' The son was pray- ! ingattlie bedside when there was aj gentle almost perceptible cessation of j life in tlie midst of the. prayer and all j was over with the greatest and grand est man of the age and one of the great est tnat the world ever knew. The House of Commons adjourned today out of respect to the departed on motion of Mr. Half our, the government leader. Tomorrow Mr. Ralfour will address the Queen and request a public funeral, and also a monument to bo erected at Westminster. More of Polo's Work. London", May 10. A despatch to the Star from Montreas says that Senor Polo has secured by cable a coal depot near St. Pierre, Miipie'on, a French colony on the South eoait of Newfoundland at which the Cadi, licet will obtain their coal previous to attacking the cities along the Atlantic seaboard while the Cape Verde Sijuadron will devote their skill to drawing off the squadrons of Sampson and Schley. The Gold Seekers. Sax Francisco, May 10. The bark Harry Morse, chartered by the Rostmi and Alaska Transportation company, ar rived at Dutch Island, May S. with a parly of prospectors from lioston, New York, Springlield ami other F.aMern cities. Great Tornado. Dt l.tTll, Minn. May 10. A great tornado struck the village yesterday practically wiping out the place. Three are known to have been killed and hun dreds were injured. Santiago Bombarded. Mahhih, May 19. A despatch from Ilavaaa says that Santiago De Cuba has been bombarded but that no great dam age was done. Spanish Bombardment. Vancoi vku, H. ('., May 10 It ap pears from information brought from the Empress of India that the Spaniards did a little bombarding on their own account at the Philippines about a fort night before Dewey silenced the fleet of Moutejo. About the middle of April tlie. Spanish warships went down to Cebu and bombarded the city. They met with no opposition on lauding, as lb rebels tsad absconded before a shot was tired, taking with them i?2O0,O()0 in cash. ,'iH natives were killed in tbe bombardment. No European casualties were reported. The massacre of the rebels also preceded Dewey's arrival. Tbe civil guard surprised a meeting of the insurgents in ('alio De Coiuda and tired on theiu. Seven natives were killed and 70 rebels were captured and shot without loss of time Hundreds of rebels escaped into the country. The SpauUh troops subdued the uprisings in Doling and Scambalos, but they killed 1000 Indians and hundreds of wo men and children, making one of the most extensive, and cruel massacres known in the history of modern warfare Columbia at New York. New YotiK, May 10. The cruiser Columbia arrived here this morning. The Prairie Preparing. PitoviNi r.rowN, May 10. The auxil iary cruiser Prairie anchored here at !t o'clock this morning, and will take on 200 tons of sand in bags for the fortify ing of her boilers. The Charleston Needs Re pairs. Sax Fhancisco, May 10. On ac count of a trivial accident to its con densers the Charleston has put back tu Mare Island for repairs. ! Spy in Camp Dewey, j ! ! j Sot i n Fuamixotox, May 10 Camp j Dewey was greatly excited this forenoon I when it was learned that Private Tracy ! Company II Oth rog. who was on guard ,.t I he Arsenal last night was overpow- 1 ereu iiy a stranger wtio appeared and suddenly siezed him before he could rai.-e his gun. Tracy called for help :i'ad the man fled. Eater the same man appeared again but. was seen and pur sued he eluded the soldiers. Tin! motive for the attack upon the gt ard is unknown but grave suspicious are held that it. was the arsenal sentry wj o was the victim. Col. Rogan has ordered the guard at. the arsenal to be doL'bltl and given ball cartridges. Tracy says the man was dark and of medium height. The stranger made a vigiyous light until he saw the soldiers coming. Protecting Powder Work. Nt:w YotiK. May 10. The United States powder works at Dover, N. J., are now protected by troops. 400 men from the Second Pennsylvania infantry arrived last night for guard duty. Supplies for Spanish Fleet. Nt'.w Yoi;k, May 1!). A copyright special to the World from Colon Colum bia says that the French steamer F. De Lessups sailed yesterday loaded with arms and ammunition for the Spanish fleet. Needed the Mmiry. "If yon fellers hain't decided on who you're, fur iu the tax collector's race, I wish you'd lliug iu fur Tom Duncan." "What fur?" "Fur bekase, ho needs tho olHss wuss than airy man iu the race." "Hain't crippled, is he?" "Xo, but" "Hain't been sick so he couldn't wuck tier uuthiu, haz be?" "Xo, but be is jest out ov the chain gang, wuar be haz been fur six months, an hain't bud a chance to make Dairy cent. He's the man that railly needs the ofliss, fellers." Atlanta Journal. SpnuUh Heal Estate. It is Mark Iwaiu who observes, in one of his sketches of travel in foreign parts, that the reasou there is compara tively little arable laud in bpain is be cause the great majority of the Spanish people are iu tho habit of squandering it on their persons, and when they die it is buried with them. Boston Herald. Reel Estate Agents We have opeaeil a Real Kstnte Office in rniini n aii'l to. Ilol-tcr's I'.lnck. where we sill HI j I be lll'a-ril t -re all persons liuvin Real KMatt I' anv kiml to m'11 or tlm.-e wi.-li- ha; to bid . We have -cveral buiMinir lots for sale at prices Irani 100 ami upwards. Also, one house with barn c. -i 1 1 ici-t 1 , nearly new. tm Eastern awnue: one lioti-e on Kast street, iu-t roinpletcl : one new linii-c on lump '-tin t with line lot. Any of the houses woulil make line homes. lieal Rstiite investments are always safe. We shoal. I lie pleaso.l to see anyone hnvinir b":i-cs or room- to rent: ami to assist those sickin:: for tenement. Rents looked after yii'l collections niaile on reasonable terms. I!y honorable ilialiiiL's we hope to receive you r patrona'je. lie-pectl'uliy yours. FAY & HANSON, r,Ai:i;i: VKHMOXT, PURE ICE. KAIli.Mi t'NT H i: is clear and pure. It is cut from sprinsr water less than 41) rods from where it rises, thus avoiding all contam ination which must enter river ice. The ser vice will be efficient in every respect. We so licit vour patronage, 'rices that suit. Our team will be aroiiml regular. 54 E. E. SANDERS, Mag'r. The Commercial House IS KEPT HY Chas. Johnson AT ,il NORTH MA1X STREET, A ml he is prepared to meet the wants of the public in an up to date manner. BARBER SHOP POOLROOM Ix CoXNKCTION 487 N. Main Street, Girden Hawes, Proprietor. The Williams Typewriter The best Machine made, Strong est Manifolder, Visible Writing, Direct Inker, no Ribbon to get out of order, the greatest speed. For sale by H. ARTHUR CAMP, 1(! Washington St., City Agent. Cull iind see one or drop a card in the mail. CASTOIIIA. Boars the Signature of Hie Kind Vuu Have Always Bought t) SOCIALLY The women's stronghold. She enjoys these after noon calls, be they formal or informal. She likes to call on her acquaintances and talk the later bits of gossip perfectly natural. On Ihese occasions she likes to appear well. Other things enter into a good appearance besides fine clothes. TOILET CREAM. : and .Hie., FACE POWDER, all prices, UN EST IhU FUMF.S, ode, an ounce. KENDRICK & CO., Pharmacists. 205 X. Main Street. Opposite Depots. Eclipse Automatic COASTER and BRAKE Is the Greatest Improvement in 98 WHEELS. ECLIPSE BICYCLES Stand the Test. REYNOLDS HARDWARE, BAR RE, We are Agents VICTOR r VIM aWc?B Gents Fu' jP.ings, 20X. MA IX Sr. A E hT. Ask for Trading Stamp "With every C;th purchase that you lv.ake with us. If the use of them has not been explained to you call and we will gladly do so. We have just received a new line of Jams in five pound tails and Jellies ot all kinds that we can fully guarantee. Do not forget our Telephone Call, Xo. 1:284. Yours, iUiessei 3b Hi Depot Square, UNDERTAKER and W. K. WHEATLEY, 02 Xo. Main Street, - All Orders will Receive Mv Personal Attention. Xight, Calls Telephone call at Residence 141-0. At office 26-3 osteopathy In Armont. DR. E. E. BEEMAN, Osteopathist, Graduate of American School of Osteopathy, Kirks ville, Mo. Montpelier, Vermont. OFFICE HOIKS. 8 a. in., to 12 in. 1 p. m. to I p. in. 0;Uce H Stale Si. SIBLEY'S Market NO. BARRE. Full line of Meats, Veg etables and Canned Goods. Specialty of ' Fork Products. SON VERMONT. for the ICYCLE, Co. Books and Stationery.,. B ARRE, YT. Burnham, The Best Grocers. FUNERAL DIRECTOR, - Barre, ermont. will be Promptly Attended To iWho'sGot Wheels? F. W. Nichols has a line of Bicycles, 'X the nist eom- te of any in the city, and he will -ell them at ""V price you want. Prices raiiL'in from SK) to S 125. A larjre number of second hand wheels almonst L'iven awav, in the Basement of the Nichols Block. Come and see me. WILLIAMS COLLECTION AGENCY, .JACK MAN RI.OCK, Ihirre, Vt. Debl Collected, Personal Demand made in all cases, Condition of Claims reported fre queiulv, Suits prosecuted vigorously, Rapid, yet cautious handling of at tachment:) and trustee proceediltss, No work delayed. A live active olli.-e. ADVICE FREE.