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II. K. Hiibli is ablo to bo at his ollioo aain . Charles Towiisoml has V. I). I.ailil liroolJicld. l'oim to Bur- will spend Sunday in ' Willoy will spend to St on iMs. W. II. (ialo returned from St J uhnshiiry today. Mr. and Mrs. C. Y Sunday in Xorthliolil. A son was born tho l.sth to Mr, and .Mrs. C looplias Iteinillard. Mrs. Tied Kd wards has gone Joliiisbury to spend Sunday, in i i . . amines sawyer anil wilu drove to Morctowii today to visit Mr. Sawyer's illume! . Airs. Uayton Monker returned from Hurlhitftoii this tnornlny after visitin" at Hie cainj). I.em (i. HIanehard principal of the Kichniond Ilih Sehool is in the city vis iting relatives today. A. Ncckeris moving Ins household goods into l'etor Man-ion's house Eastern Ave. todav. Howard Sargent of the senior class at L'. V. M. .Medical College was in the city today, visiting Dr. De.iel. C. I,, and It. S. Currier have awarded the brick work for new block to Me Kuuzie it Robie, of St. Albans. Carl Xnte, who lias been visiting his friends in this city for a couple of weeks, returned lo IJoslon today. j Egtook, Watkins & Barclay shipped two car loads of work today. One was n large spire monunionl and will be sent west. William, Anthony and Thomas Car roll have gone to Dorset. They receiv ed word Ibis morning thar their father was very sick. Patrick Dauning who has been em ployed by licck & Heck left to-day for Worcester, Mass., where he will work for a granite concern. Kd. Mitchell and C, li. Scott will go to lierlin J'ond this afternoon where they will try a tailing canoe. If it proves s.-iusiaciory tney intend to purchase it. K. K. Yancor returned from Burling ton this morning where he has been for a few days at the. bedside of his mother who is dangerously ill and not expected to live. .1. M. Jackman, formerly of this city, visiting their father. A. M. .hick- is a policeman in present Among the Churches. Announcement of Tomorrow's Services liiF.llVTF.KIAN CHUKCII. The l!ev. P. P. Womer, of Williams town, will exehango pulpits to-morrow with Hev. T. II. Mitchell. Next Friday Riming me enoir will give a concert. They have given many of these in the ast anil tiioy have always been well inmuiiizcu. ivOoK-out tor announce ments. I NIVKKSALIST CHLUCII. In the Universalis!; church tomorrow morning the Hev. J. Edward Wright will preach in exchange with the pas tor. All the auxiliary services of tho day as usual. The pastor will preach in the evening on "Proof-reading." mf.tiiodist ciruitcn. Divine services will be observed at the lledding M. E. Church tomorrow at uiu lunowing uours; ju.4o a. m. ser mon, subject "A Character Sketch of Daniel." 12 m. Bible School, tn.ra. Meeting of Junior Ecartic. 6.15 n. m. Devotional meet in r of the Enworth League. 7.30 n. m. Sermon snhinet. The One Kiglit Jtoad." On Tuesday evening at 7.1)0 class-meetinff and W ed nesday evening at ".ISO the pastor will address tho class of probationers. On Thursday evening at (he same hour prayer meeting. 11': 11 Prindle & Averi HEADQUARTERS FOR Gasoline and Quick Meal Gaso line Stoves, Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, Window and Screen Doors, Poultry Netting and Wire Screen also Garden Rakes, Hoes, Spading Forks, Lawn Mowers, and Garden Hose. JACKMAN BLOCK, JLVKRE, VT. HA1TIST cmitcii. Tomorrow morning Mr. Fuller will deliver the third in the series of sermons on "Gain through Loss." In tho even ing the subject of tho sermon will be "War Cries." At 6.15 the Y. P. S. C. E. prayer-meeting will be held in the vestry. This service is in charge of the Music Committee and special music will bo rendered. Subject, "Christ Our Model." GRASITJiVILLE. Kvangelist J. II. Lingley of Worces ter, Mass. will preach in the Free Metho. dist Chapel tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock. EAST UARRE. Mr. J. II. Lingley of Worcester, Mass. who is known as tho "C. E. Evan gelist," because of his distinctive work with Christian Endeavor Societies, will preach in Partridge's Hall tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. His subject will be "Salt." The Bible School meets at 2 o'clock, taking up the life of Christ. FOUR TEACHERS RESIGN adminis- aru man. Mr. Jackman Chicago. Before, the iralmn tic was sergeant. Arthur liossitor of Buffalo has open an ollice in Bolster BlocK where be will do a whole sale granite business. Mr. Ilassitor was formerly employed in the Buffalo office of E. L. Smith & Co. 'The Barre Tumblers defeated the Kenelick nine by a score of 27 to 0 this morning. Batteries, Duncan, Dom. briski and Chambers for the Tumblers, and MeKnight and Kenelick for the other team. There is to be an entertainment given at the Spaulding School next Saturday -&31(UriU 2,30 and in the evening at Wfe'cl vk by Ansbach the magician. The proceeds W1U DC used to buy pictures i or uie diiiierenl schools m the city. J tie council lictd an executive session again in the ollice of E. W. Bisbee last evening. Mr. Goodhue was present inn as iar us can lie learned nolliin definite was done. The council hel iuiouier executive session tins morniii"- but ailjoiirccil until Monday evening. j.arrc uoys at Dartmouth appear to oe luiaining success. James Higgins has si cured a first grade scholarship wniie l.ane, ilowc, and George cacti have a second grade scholarship. This certainly speaks vy,ell fur the (raining they received at the Spaulding School" A subscription paper is still circulat ing in the city to raise money for the purchase of uniforms for the High Sehool Batallion. The boys have already writ ten for prices and it is earnestly Imped flint they may succeed in gelling the money. Any one of the boys will re eeive wnaiever you mavieel like givm" to help them along. A considerable number of ladies at tended the session of the New Erf Cooking School given by Miss Russell in the Armorv yesterday afternoon. An interesting lecture on hvgiono and an intructive lesson was given in the art of cooking and making salads and sauces I ho ladies learned ninny valuable facts about cooking various kinds of food. Aliss Russell will lecture again this iifternoon and the ladies will do well to patronizo her. Mr. F. G. Lamprey, representing the Frank Leslie's Illustrated Weekly of New York, is in tho city with a good in ducement. To increaso their circula tion for 1K08 they propose to give the history of our country by "Benson I,os "ig" in two handsome hound volumes, edition, 400 photographic views of lie world, and ono year's subscription "-'lieu oi tno tollowing periodicals J' rank Leslie's Weekly, Judge Library, monthly, McCluro's Magazine, monthly ; the emiro combination to cost only 25 coins pnr week for ono year. A postal card addressed lo Mr. F. G. Lamprey, care (,f neral delivery, Barre, Vt., "ill reach him and he will then be pleased lo call on you. This is an ex cellent offer and many prominent citi zens have already taken advantage of it. THE MEF.TINO OF THE SCHOOL COM- JlISSroXEltS LAST KVEX1.VO. The school commissioners held a meeting last evening in the ollice of Dr. L. W. Hanson for the purpose of con sidering applications for teachers and to accept any resignations that might be presented. Four resignations were presented and accepted by the hoard. The names are Miss Emma Folev, the Glli grade of the Spaulding High Sehool building: Miss Marv Burbank. teaching in the 4th grade of "the Spauld ing High Sehool; Miss Mary Slovens, teacher in (ho 2d grade of the Church Street district, and Aliss Mary Holland, teaclvr in the 9th srrado of the Smml.l. in Sehool. J he committee had between 40 and oU applications before them, but none were accepted. The board wish to get more information regarding some of the teachers before they act on any of the applications. Another meeting will be held in about one week. The board were sorry to lose such efficient teachers as the above have shown themselves to be .luring tho past few years, and the board will try and replace them wilh young ladies who are capable of doing as good work. SUIT FOR DIVORCE. r-Al'EIiS WKliE SEKVKU ON ISAAC llAKF.R YESTERDAY. Papers were made out last evening by W. W. Lapoint and served bv con" slable W. II. Buchanan on Isaac Baker of this city in a suit for di 'Ol'en limn o-lil by his wife, Lena Baker, of Williams- town, ihe suit is brought nn tlx. grounds ot intolerable severity and non-support. The easo will be tried before tho June term of the Ornno-n County Court. In tho plea for divorce sho asks the riirht to eh Mr. mid Mrs. Ihxkav formnrlv 1 iirnrl together m this city and are well" known here. Mrs. Baker's maiden name was Lena Rodney. She lived in this city before sho was married. ' The couple were married in 1897, but only lived together about four months. At the time of their marriage it was alleged that she was forced "o marriage by her elder brother at 18. Baker is comparatively a voimr nmn and is employed as teamster by one of tho granite concerns. WILLIAMSTOWN. Mrs. J. B. Broekway is sick. Ira Rowell has lately buried his father. J. 15. Broekway has lately lost a horse that ho had been offered $150 for Mrs. J. K. Lynda attended the musi cal convention at Burlington last week, Ernest Nichols has been at his old home of late, helping his father, Azro Nichols, in his farm work. r.. , mis. zro lienors improves some what since her paralytic stroke, feeling having returned, in part at least, to the paralyzed side. Fernando C. Davenport has a bad ear that seems to portend something serious it ihe (rouble is not averted. It is said it will need to be amputated anyway Aliss .Mamie Cutis, granddaughter of the late 1. C. Litlle, is visiting friends here. She has been in Ryegale for some months past, and mav keep house nu ncr iatner in uroton Ihe eomiii" summer. D Major D. Flint, one of our older and respected cilizens, who died last Mon day, was a son of the late James Flint and had lived his life largely in this place. He was a blacksmith bv trade. I and had been a man of very vigorous constitution, but in a few "years past there had been a failure of the brain that made his case a pitiable one for himself and friends. Death must have conic to him as a friend indeed. Mr. Flint had been a member of the Cong'l church for a number of years and when in health was a constant !iitin,l.ii,i Rev. William Schofleld. Ills frirniiir i..iu nu , uiiiciaieu at uie iimeral. His wife mid a son and daughter survive him lie was along in the seventies in ii"-o. Bcggfnff Methods. ' It Is said that tho privileffo of boirij; an American is one of tho most costly things connected with European travel. In Italy ono is besieged by beggars. T. B. Aldrich, in "From Poukapog to Pest," says that tho Italian beggar gen erally assumes that he has don o you somo sort of service. This servico is not usually visible to tho naked eye, but Mr. Aldrich considers it a credit to the petitioners that they endeavor to throw I veil of decency over the injustico of their demands. Ho says: Thero was an old son of Naples who dwelt on a curbstono near tho Castell dell' Oro. Stmubliuir on his nrivato public residenco quito unintentionally ono forenoon, I was immediately assess ed. Ever after ho claimed me, and final ly brought his son-in-law to mo and in troduced him as a person combining many of tho most desirablo qualities of a pensioner. Ono of his strong points was that ho had been accidentally car ried off to America, having fallen asleep ono day in tho hold of a fruit vessel. "But, sir," I said, "why should I givo you anything? I don't know you. " "That is tho reason, signor." Tho guidebooks givo disheartening accounts of mendicancy in Ireland, but that must be in tho interior. I saw noth ing of it nlong tho coast, at Dublin and Cork. I encountered only ono beggar in Ireland, at Queenstown, who retired crestfallen when I informed him in English that 1 was a Frenchman and did not understand him. ' ' Thruo for yo, " ho sa id. " Bad cess to me, what was I thinking of?" A rnrillniil'n fituilM. !,., ,. '.!.! I emi't tell you," nn- i .... ...j Wiseman on nomo ono . ..; tho names of several choice rh.iits on tho table. "I am often as much puzzled by botanical mnneueht turo us (ho old lady who mid riio couldn't remember (ill tho old Latin mimes. Tho only two ho had been ublo (o retain were aurora borealis and de lirium tremens. " Tho cardinal thoroughly enjoyed hu morous stories mid often told them nt fl,le. ' 1 1 have scl'U Father Faber, wrUes the author of "Social Hours With Celebrities," "at the cardinal S (ablo, laugh till tho tears rolled down his face. " . . , A story which tho cardinal eivjoycu much was that of nit Irishman, who, while faking a barge up tho Shannon, was asked what goods he had on board, and answered, "Timber and fruit." "What kind of timber and what sort of fruit?" 'Well, nn if yo must know, tho tim ber is just birch brooms, and tho iruit, well, it's prctalies." An Irishman averred that tno name of Irish landlords of living outsuto or Ireland was tho great grievanco Ireland had to complain of. 'Oh, yes," answered an f-.ngasliman, "that's tho old stalking horse. I Hon li belicvo in your absentees. " "Not belavo in 'em I Como to Jjuhim with mo, and I'll show yo 'em by tho hundred. Why, tho country just swarms with 'em. " niportant AT A .. i i i i . THE EVENING TELEGRAM ill Cive as a Priz TO THE 110Y WHO SELLS THE LARGEST . ISEli OF OUR PAPEltS liETWEEX MO.l.y APRIL 11 AND AUGUST 1st A Fine New BICYCLE Why Jilephants Fear ITIcc. It Feems incrediblo that so small and harmless nn animal as a monso is ablo to frighten nn elephant almost out of his senses. Ono little mouso in tho hay on which they ii.ro feeding will stam pede an entire herd. In their nativo land thero are littlo animals, known as chacanas, which feed on a small, sour berry of which elephants are very fund. They live in settlements, something after the manner of prairio dogs, under tho berry bushes. When feeding, tho elephants tramplo tho little towns, and tho chaennas, in their fright, rim up tho t ubes of tho ele phants' trunks. Their long, sharp claws catch in the flesh, and they cannot bo ejected. Tim more violently tho mon ster blows through its coiled trunk tho nioro firmly the hooked claws of the lit tlo animal become imbedded in tho flesh. Inflammation m;d death aro tho result. In captivity tho elephants think they aro in danger of tho deadly chacanas when they seo a mouse. New York Sun. For Sale. FOR SAI.K One Ifouc and Lot on llawcs Street, mill six lari: fSuililiiij; Lots on I'eiTin Hill, mid one lnrj-'e Corner Building Lot nt tli corner of Secninl mul Main Ms. In- Hiiire lit T. (i. Wliitehill's, 517 No. Main St. FOR SAI.K. A nice stylish Trap, good us new. Will sell chenp. Bit. C. V. Stkkle, ISurrc, Vt. Central Vermont Railroad. Time-Table. aoKKIfCTKJiTO JAX. sj. !-,, Trains leave Barro duily, exui'jit Suui;r . , To Rent. 0 KKN'I Spi'insf wider. Cheap b. II. Hooker Inis u down- I stairs tenement to rent wita 7 rooms. On naxiiiahle terms n good stone shed with traveling mul boom derricks. Also some very ilesirable tenements : Inquire of W, A. BOYCE. T Alice Preston. O liKXT, ISooniM in nleasmit locution. (:ie verv nlcasint room, it Short, Street. lhff TAKEN TO WATEKBURY. JA.MI.S WII.KIK Ol-' WEHSTEKVII.LE l'KOSOC.VCEl) IXSAXE. MtOOKFIELl). Mrs. John Adams, of Williamstown, is visitinsr her ilauo-hter Aln a n Reed. (r. K. Spraguo was in Barro last Fri day on business. Lee Martin, of l'lainfield, and Pcrlev Hood, of Topsliam, visited friends in town the loth. 0. J. Banister was in Williamstown the 10th. Hon. C'vrus I.athrop, of Williams town, was called hero the 18th tn lirn side in the case of E. C. Mnriin w . Ford. The lawyers wore W W Lapoint, of Barre. for the nhiintiff nml j. a. J'ennison, of Kandolph, for the respondent. (iuy Martin and ltov Bl ancleir.t w,n in Northfield last Tuesday. Marcus I'eck was in East the 17th. Iioxbury NOTICE. Came into my enclosure May lHlh a chestnut horse, shoeless and light tail. Weight about 1000 pounds. The owner can have him by proving property and paying charges. L. 1!. Moifliil.l., Barro, 5 L'O, 'fJK. Near E- Montpdior. There was a very short eron of San- ford Corn last season, if you need any lor seen buy soon, or there will be none for you, as it is going fast at L. M. AveriM's. T., ll'Ml .!. . 0 . . u.iiiics iniKie oi ueDstcrvi le was taken to Waterbury this morning on the a.ou tram. J . M. Ward of South Barre uiu iuwii overseer oi the poor accom panied him as did two of Wilkie's friends Urs. l)e.iel and Braley drove to Web- stervilfe last evening and examined him. I hey loiind upon examination that for the past two weeks he had been out of his mind and imagined that he was a millionaire. J hey also found that about three years ago he had been sun struck and that his health had been good until recently. lie told the physicians all sorts of laughable stories. Attcr a thorough ex amination, they pronounced him insane and papers were made out for his con linementin tho insane Asylum. He is a heotehnian and is well known in this city. Until within the last two weeks he was a man of iiiteIli'eni:o and one who was rcsueeted bv evervonn ufm . , - , " ' knew him. Ilo leaves a wife and live ciiUdren. of a Cheap Skato. of two "bulls' the old Omahn lee cream can be had at tho Red Star launch Room today and tomorrow. bo ol Kt'jvenn stove jolish for s tin; host. li. AvElill.L Tried our lines! Chocolates yet, nro nice at I,. M. Averill's. they r.tiilding lots in choice- location oi Hill slrect opposite Hill and Richardson Blreols L, M. AvF.mix. the After Illni. Hero is an extruct from ouo if latest novels: "Gerald Harbison minted lienvilv The close atmosphere of tho littlo npart- .uiii, cuiisuiuucu nis splendid lungs. Ho went to tho window, opnned it und threw out his massivo chest. " All of which would go to allow thai tho landlady was hot on his track. Cleveland Plain Dealer. Typographical Hulls. A 1 , ueaa writer on tho St. Paul Pio neer Press wrote the top lino of a "slug warn. xuy WOOacn hnnrlnrl lllUIUtJlt'f common sense set it up "Minnesota inis puts us in mind made by Gig Martin on I Herald in I8ssn ..!..l.i. -. um uiblh, uig got noirt of a chunk of Frank Mornssey's editorial headed "Multuin in Parvo," and ho set it up "Mutton in iargo. Once again Martin caught ono of i rank's effusions miijn. Red Letter Day, " and printed it "A Red better Dog." But about the worst break ever mnrtn on the old Herald Hardy. Tho stylo on The HflmlH il l .uuou uuys was to hyphenate nnrl ..m.ra. viato to beat tho baud. For instance, X amain street wasstvled "Vr, and Capitol avenue as "Capitol-ay" Hardy lifted a take of commercial tfr view off the hook ono night, and it quoted Bradstreet as savins thi ri Bill, ever mindful nf n, ,fi and ignoring common sense, arranged tho type to read "Brad-st. nrp.ll,. etc. Of course it was "marked" on him, but Bill wouldn't have it. Ho went down into the nroofrnom a.i ni. ed for a "ring," demandins nn nni., and wanting to know "if they were go Ing to chance the d A fi day'Dyersvilleda.) News-Letter. Curran's Ilctort. Mr. Justice Robinson's encounter with John Philpot Curran has been stated by Lord Brougham to have been tho most successful instanco of repartee on record. Judgo Robinson was known to bo tho author of somo anonymous pamphlets, a circumstance which gaVo Curran an opportunity of retort when tho judgo mado a brutal attempt to crush him when a young and inexperienced mua at tho bar. l liavo searched nil my lawbooks, " said Curran, "and I can find no prece dent on the point. " "Your law library," said tho' judgo, "is rather contracted. " "My books, " replied Curran, "may bo few, but the titlo pages givo mo tho writers' names. My shelf is not dis graced by any of such rank absurdity that their very authors aro ashamed to own them. " "If you say another word, sir, " said tho judgo, "I'll commit you. " "Then, my lord," replied Curran, "it Will bo tho best thing you have commit ted this term. " Tho judgo endeavored to get Curran disbarred, but failed. Law Notes. iny One Boot to Clean. xxio French soldier is as easy to lead as u child. His cheerfulness and gay philosophy enable him to enduro tho greatest hardships without a murmur All ho wants is justice. When ho has received his provisions, he straightway goes to weigh his meat, his bread his .-unco, uis sugar, even his salt. All ho wants is his duo, and if ho finds that he has not received short weight ho is sat isfied and cheefrul. A kind word from vn officer will make him happv, a ciga lotto offered to him if ho is short of to bacco will make a hero of him i remember ono duv soldier who was being taken tl tho hos pital. Ills right hand had been "Cheer tm. mv t x. him, no more fighting for you. They Will nurse you and take care of you " "Ah, lieutenant, " ho replied with a look pitiful to contemplate, "how am I to roll my cigarettes now?" I put a small box of cigarettes in his breast pocket. I shall 1U)ver forget tho expression of gratitude on his faeo In another instanco a devoted orderly was, pitying his cantain wl,on i,. uA just been amputated. "Don't crv. ohl said tho cantabi to I,;,,, t Coin? tn krvn wir, :.. ' 11111 ;;n i ""i i" moiuturo you Will have only ono boot to clean every morning. " Max VT?,n -xt American Review. rlU Ways of Actors. In tho country ouo has few opportuni ties of meeting these children of nature. Occasionally ouo sees an individual or a company at tho railway stations, and then it is enrious to note how instinc tively they treat tho platform as a stago and take up tho important positions on u. i wonder it acting now is as lucra tivo a, profession as it wan under Eliza beth. Shakespeare, wo aro told, got nothing to speak of for his plays, but maiio nis iortuno as an actor, and Al- leyue, another actor, after providing for nis nimiiy, louuded Dulwieh school. iiuuuier curious point about actors ia that they snould not bo content with their own names, liko painters and writers, but take names, tho ladies es pecially, that belong to other people. Is thero no property in names? K told mo of a model of his who wished to go upon tho music hall stage and whom ho ask ed, "What should you call yourself?" "Oh, Alieo Jjurno-Jones, certainly." Cornhill Magazine. To liKXT. Kive larire eoiuipetina- rooms, suitable lorolliceanil teneinenteombined, up one Hisrlit Averill's liloek, now occupied " it. .uchiiev, low smgie iroiit ollice up onelli-lit. b. if. Averill. Wanted. WAXTKD.-lioiinlers tit Xo. 0 Spauldinsj Street. w Tho Traveling Frenchman. Tho Petit Journal of Paris says that nothing is so curious and instructive an to observe tho Englishman when travel niR as comncreil with (i, i.-" i - i .... ,u i ieiicnniau. iho former is calm, imnetrm.1 v.,.; and with only tho necessary quantity of baggago. Ho will journey through China with merely a valise. II0 is not impatient. He loves travel. It is to him an inclination and a felt want. On tho other hand, tho Frenchman when jour- 1 7, lllUH1J "orvous, impatient, uored ; tlio entire time 1 furtively at his watch or consulting the railway time table. Ho i.nl,, cd up with parcels in addition" to his ruji,imaui, no is, as ciimnered with - , umikcs travel, which lie finds an ennui and a fatigue. AXTEI). A position hv n mini nml wife to work on ii. fiirm; l...ti, .. in nviwm .. I., ueiville, (iriiniteville. ;S3;!t 'yY A! S'TICI). Salesmen: good salarv, steady chiMer'x V X''tio1111' Xl""st'ril'S lfo- owa GOING BOLTIl. 8.10 A. M. MAIb, For Huston vi , Fitchbui v ; New Vork via. Hfriiu all New KiiKliiTid ihit. l'nrl ,r , , ton via. Lowell, wtihout ctiuiIUl. 12.00 P. M.-KAHT KXl'UhtiH. tur I: Lowell; New York via. tiiirlili New London. Buffet parlor eui i,, 5.10 P.M.-LOCALlMelSL.SUhlK. F Held , UanUolpli, and Wl," Jimi;ion, comtectiin vi:) train for Vind8or. 11.00 P.MN1UHT EXl'UKSS. I.,.v week dyB only, but leuvca Mumi-i. A. H., daily including eunduya ton via. Lowell dally S. 15 a. m ;, Fltehliurjr, daily, y.5u a.m.; New y ccpt Sunday) ll.Wi a.m. Uii su,, to Springfield, ouly . Wiignur fin-', to Boaton via. Lowell and to ch,i GOING NOKTII. 9.50 A. M.-LOCAL HXPUKSM. K,,r i ton, St. Alliane, Klchford, and i. Connecta at taaen Juncticn with i- all poims on Kutlund H. it. 3.05 P. M.-MA1L. For Burlington, I Cambridge Junction, St. Allanr ' Norwood, Ottdenabursh. Wt, , Car to ilontreal, 5.10 P. MaXl'It-fSS for Burint.M..o bana.und Montreal, l'ullinau win Montpeiler Junction to thicafn ' change. Due Chicago U. 10 e. m. t.'onut'cta at Kaaex Juuction for N. via, Uutland und Trov. Suburban Service. TKAINSj TO UONTi'ELIEIi. Leave Barre 8.10, 8.50 a. m., 12.00, 3 11.01) P. M. TUAIN3 TO BAKKK. Leave Montpeiler 6.30, 8.15, 10.60 a.., 3.oii and 6.H0 h. jn. Williamstown Trains. 4.30 P.M. Hue , , -THE- MERRY-GO-ROUND Iu the rear of my store will run twice cneh week, WEDNESDAT&SATUROAYNIGHTS ANGELO SCAMPINI. Leave Barre 1.20 p m town 1.65 p. m. 5.;;o p. m Leave Willianiaiown 7, Barre 8.05 a. m. 3.00 p. i F. W. BALDWIN, Geo. Sunt. II. It. STOUOIITON A. M. 2.30 p. S W. tT.MMi. Gen . I'ii Supt. M. It V. k. I MILLINERY AT HALL & HAYFORD'S. a rule, in- many useless nrtioles. Wc Deal in all soi ts of Mil linery find always cany a Full Line of Goods At Reasonalbe Prices. 74 Xo. Main St. 7.30 A.M. The Tope unci IJome. Tho Osservutoro Romano thus e plums why the popo does not appear on ho streets of Home: "lf tho popo we lKt in Rome, hoWoul,l inevi ably hi n do ,t ho object of demonstrations of rP sjxrlful entlmsiasm n rl, , ,i "thers irX,;011, MEAD'S Popular Restaurant lo found tit O 1 1 K 1 - 01 1 o. Main Street. Moid Served nt All Hours. We also carry a ful Hine of fONFECT.ONAKY Mi.i.oandCICARS. 1,n'i' ""'IscoonrLuuel, Clltt.r. "Ha, ha, my proud beauty, Baicl bn Jon lovo another I" B ido, .an tho blushing maiden. Ho pondered. 'Well," Klid ho final y. h features lighting with fiend sh joy "you am t in it if you 0. WQ 24 hours 1 shall havo procured an hi 3nr.et.on against your marrying m"' Indianapolis Journal. Dingnnsed. Patient I'm fooling wretched, doc tor. I take 110 interest iu anything, have no appetite, can't Bleep Doctor Whv don't girl? London Punch. Turaued by Fate. "McGuflin thinks lin has v. luek than any man living. " Any special lnstauce?" "Yes, if ho hatiuens to havo a mnn. terfeit half dollar it his wifu picks out to leave iu his nnnlr. et. " Detroit Free Press. Tho only two civilized countries iu the world in which a white man is nob permitted to acquire civil rights or owd property aro Liberia and Haiti. An Oli! ltuvcrage. JNext to our gn:. wiuo it is believed that Japanese sake, or rice wine is H, oldest alcoholic beverage nown Jo man, its usa in .I ,i,...-.. fuon to 8,000 years. 1 "8 nwus About Telecrnp!, Toiea. , J h ",'ll!'f r tele- . . .. ...... jii. mll0 varies from "0 rn 'hp, varies of course wiVl, ,. or Poles per milo ind th 1MU1"bl!r tl. atmolph Z In t tL ,i 'mlitioU of 11 i.ut. ' 1 tlw avi,wgo is about ONE OF TWO wavq " li it is i,.t linlile to ,,r.T' J-I't l'.vo.le or tot fonnofdiscH, ex- "mi mipcrftrt action , f 1... . rt w".v l WI'Clllli v...... . 1 "'t; other tliwilse Montpelier & Weils River R. R. TIME-TABLE. On and after Monday, Nov. 8, 1897, trie,, v. 11 run aa follow.. Sunday, excepte d SUBURBAN TRAIN SKKVK K. .&BK 7p.Sm'.'-00, 10-30' m- - iJa&ttt isv; 8'45' a- JillZ ""Sleet to ch,lB(f,.K v TKAUNS EAST AND CON.VKCTION Connects nt Welle Kiver u 'l 1 MailunU Kxpreaa Truin routn . , p."lc J'tviBion of n, ...,, t. ,"6 'I nrouifh '1 1 11 Mee fiom We 1. in Boaton and via. 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T" """v" well rifj a, ' llarreled wife, and the pair separated. 1,7; TWUr" Wt'ut ilJt" tuidn, -. uccumtx in tno wni, JHltr nn rim liiic.l li... rivnl in n t """" s "'uuager o ar moil m Bologna, and it was flim,., two ,ayS larer uy thut onji;w'i With tl.n fin . towu l'lcnrded iTounccment T?' S Rmbi bu- In a I!,l w-y Anyl.ow. ke tbe i,i...i. ' "ouiiiea. ptiriiose, nnd if ,', ,i .' "",s t''ated fur onp '1 to'w" ,! ' V-l too mu.-h lZ :;. 7"r,'."'tvo,ln,r ,,; r 10 di N imnliniiry rtleet of n"M mul the 50 YEARS' EXPERIENCE w 1 Trade Marks rtt" UESIGNS Anvnnoaenrti VOPVRIGHT8 &C. imeicly ascertain , . ' " ""a ieserlptl,iii mv J 'volition is n,,,!,ff!'1"l,.ln. free wbutber mi "onsstr ctlyennHrto ft.iu,Bnla i '""" aont 1rt.a . "'"uential. ltanHhlr 11. ''atonta taken iB.Jrur,,r.,t'uri"T Ptpm - lUIfP' v. tn.,1 i.i.. ,," iiiii Kh,,i,i i... " you i.,.,i , .,"-"'' .,T' " . Iiest. At V'"".""1" vou l Joined tho following wliereupon tl. 1 u.sueil : " 'lMil I understand you Jones was dead-' .. 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