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Associated Press Dispatches. ram single i'i'y Onu month, -Oiii. year, 1 (;i!iit 25 cents !?3.00 TERMS: eleg" VOL.1. NO. 7. 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 inviteil. Satisfaction Kir.iuiccl or your money buck. Scsv lines o( straw huts are coiniu;,' in daily, dive u- a fall. A J.m ;.-tul tenement to rent. Imjuirc at llii' storf-. (ii t yn:ir suburban tickets here at lie a trip. SEGEL & BRADY, Prop'rs. DKl'i )T SQUARE. HAKRE, -VT. ATTENTION! Quarry Boys, Pure Leaf, L L Ponies, Royal Savage, ARE The Cigars to Smoke For Sale Everywhere. (ij LIU, iUUllUlkMIUll U L. Lewin, M'gr. 180 No. Haiti St. Barre, Vt. Cameras. Take a look at the Folding Gem, lakes a picture 4x5 and is only 1 1-2x5 xG when closed. Only $7.oo, including. Car rying Case. v... bit nf Standard l'latcs, and other supplied just received. H. L. AYERILL, 9A n. Main St. Tel. 31-3 New Lot of Those Extra Fine Chocolates JUST IS TO-DAY. PRICES ONLY 45 Cts. A POUND. Also, best line ot Low lVocd Candy in the city. LjyVERHL For vonr interests as well as "iir own It means business for us. Lvery nmn. bnv hikI child needs a new suit, fur s'lrinL'. and we carry the best line in the City at the lowest prices. We have just received a line line of McVs, Boys' and Children's Clothing Which we will sell cheaper than any ;,, liurrn or vicinity ever BlUIC III U''v sold them. ' We will oiler for the next 10 days 100 hoys' st.its with sailor collars, r.-. mi 4 to 15 vears, at SI. 00 a suit ; sold elseweere for $2.00. Bring your boy along and get one at the , Standard Clothing Co.'s Store' Why sutler with Corns when you can have them removed without pain by Mus. S. M. Yokk, 12 Elm St. Notice! 1 am prepared to class work in house puinlin hanging and caNoinining. lo first paper ( (rders threiigh the mail promptly attendee to. All my employees are expcriclii cd work- men. Pio apprentices. .1. C. Doixn Hilt Main St The Weather. Boston, May 2;! Generally cloudy, showers probably tonight or Tuesday. ouin winds, NORWICH UNIVERSITY. Goddard Has a Walkover Booth In the Box is a Success. Norwich University Meets a Waterloo. With the makeup of .the team much hanged, and with Hooth, the substitute pitcher, in the box, (ioddard had an asy time thrashing the Norwich I'ni- ersity boys on the (ioddard campus at urdu v aflcrnoon in a contest where the final score resulted (ioddard 34. Norwich (i, Our home players, with a ire to "fatten" their batting averag". had no mercy on the unfortunate man who pitched for Norwich, and kept hit ting the ball, driving it many times out f the lot. l or Goddard, Aver caught is usual good game, lioolh was in ihe box. for (ioddard, as it was decided to give liush a rest before the league game of to-day. Hooth showed that he had tine control, and that he pitched a fine game is shown by the score. He is all right and should be given more opportunity to show his ability. Unlet it first was the same cool, steady Dick" that has covered the bag dur ing tile term, lenney louml lnmsell in a new position and covered the bag No. 2 fairly well, although making errors in Ins new position, lsusti play- d short as 1'lagg was "under the weather." Hush played the game well, and "doe" Lamb at third saved many wild throws, beside playing every part of his position well. Cole made his first appearance of the season on the varsity occupying the left held gar den, and distinguished his debut with i long running catch. Henley, a new man m center, played a good game, as did Dave dale in the right "orchard." Talbot and 1'ingrce did the best work, (ioddard plays at Montpelier to-day. this being their fourth game in the School league, and they will play to win. The story of Saturday's game is is follows hit by Pingree. and errors by Bush md Unlet trave Norwich two runs in the first, (ioddard in this inning made three runs on hits by Hush, Cole, len ney. and errors by Talbot. In the see aud Norwich drew a blank, while (iod dard, with hits by liush, Cole, Ayer, md fumbles by w atson, Leonard, Smith, ISooth, added eight runs to 'heir olunm. A double by Talbot brought Norwich one run in the third. In this inning (ioddard made ten runs and hits by Hush Cole (iale, llealey and Ilulet, mil errors by Uooth. Smith, I5ass and Talbot. The visitors made no runs in the fourth, and (ioddard also went out in one, two, three order. In the fifth iiminjr Norwich was given a coat of whitewash and returned the dose to (ioddard. In the sixth inning an error by Tommy and a hit by Newton gave Norwich another run. inree more , . . 1 . . i .. i ...i runs were gained in tins inning ny nuu dard on errors by Smith. Two runs came to Norwich in the seventh on hits by Watson. Talbot and Hooth, and er- - . ... 14. X- I..K rors by lenney ami Ayer. omicu did not score during the next two in uiti"s. In the seventh (ioddard still made runs to the tune of eight made, on hits by liush, Aver and llealey. ami er rors by KM is. In the eighth doildard I... i. ...I.. .....1 scored two runs on misn, v..ui aim Tenney. The score is as follows : Score by InnlncH. 1 2 3 4 S 8 i lowi Oo.l.limi tf.-inimiry, 3 S 10 0 U 3 7 I! J Norwich i.nl., auiuuiiu" v. Kims made by Hush C, Cole 4, len- nev Ayer 2. dam llealey 4 noom 4 Umb ;!r Unlet IS, Watson i, riugree 1, Talbot 1, Leonard I, Miuni i, r.ms i, Three base hits, Hush, two wise, mis -1 1 .... ... i i ... i Cole, lenney, lalljot. lius, i.oiniaui (ioddard, 17; Norwich. 1.1. J-.rrois, (ioddard V, Norwich 17. Struck out by Koolh.j, by Watson 1. School League Standing. We will undertake to give the public the correct standing of Urn Vermont In terscolastie Hase Hall league. ,lne standing published in another Barre paper Kridav night was in no way cor rect The "sporting editor" of that paper "ave the alleged standing, in which "the St. Johusbury team was placed last, when in fact they should have been first, having lost no games and won two. We are in a position to know that our list is right. Here is the correct standing to-day. Won best Standing St. -lohnslairy Academy 2 n i (imlilanl ifi..l, i..l,...,l 5 1 tMili nuniiiiiMi ni. ..()(. Minitiii'licr Seminary 0 In the above standing we have made, no account of the game won from St Albans by the Burlington High School ...II......... 11 ... l-ll.WI (I J, tc mi and which was proies:u Albans played of the on Ihe ground that isurimgioi. Trask, who was not a member school. Should this game be given to St VH...IW Hint, team at nrcseiu would be some points ahead of (ioddard ,,,,,1 if "iven to Burlington (.oddard would be in second place rather than tied with St. Albans. in. " ' - - The WilUamsTypewriter 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, 4(! Washington St., City Agent. Call rfiu! see one or drop a card in the mail. BAlUiE, OEEGOfl AT KEY A FIERCE BATTLE IN CUBA. Cubans Against Spaniards Span ish Bark Captured an San Juan- - -Zolas Second Trial Begins---Volunteers'! Paid in Advance. Suspicious Steamer Cap tured. Key West, May 23. The British steamer Ardanhar in command of Capt. Can was brought here this morning in charge of the ensign of the gunboHt Osceola, who seized her yes terday off Carysfoot Light because she was acting in a suspicious manner and supposed to be trying to enter Havana harbor. The ship was here several weeks ago with a cargo of catile for Havana. She was turned back by the blnckwders. She proceeded to New York where she unloaded the cattle and started for Nashua and the Mexi can ports, including Vera Cruz. She stopped at Nashua and when captured was out of her course it she was bound for Vera Cruz. Water Supply for Troops. CiiATTAXontiA, May 23. A large force of men began work this morning on the pipe lines from Chattanooga Creek to supply the camp with water. They will have the work completed bv Friday. Spanish Bark Captured. St. Thomas, Mry 23 The British steamer Alborough arrived here yes day and reported having seen an American cruiser capture a Spanish bark six miles north of Sa-.i Juan Sat urday morning and tow her north. The capture was seen from San Juan. Portland Guns Speak. PoHTi.AXi, Me., May 23. The fir ing of a 30-pouud solid shot at a schooner entering the harbor at two o'clock this morning caused great ex citement. The barber is closed at night but ihe schooner determined to run iii. After the shot was fired, however, she put about and sailed awav. A steamer followed her to learn her name. Texas Tornado. Dallas, May 23. A great tornado struck Ravetia Saturday night destroy ing two churches, 11 barns, 1(1 dwell ings and killing two people, many horses and mules, The damage to property is estimated at SI 00,000. 9 Years Imprisonment. ST. Thomas, May 23. Freeman Hal stead the newspaper correspondent who was sentenced to nine years imprision ment for photographing the fortifications of l'orto Rico has been conveyed to the convict prison to undergo his senfeiice. VT., MOijDAY, MAY AMIYES WEST. Still Waiting. CiiK Ado, May 2,3. Gen. Mcrrilt ar rived here yesterday from Washington. Il(! will stay here .two days and will probably sail fromSan Francisco for Manila in about terKlays. The lack of foresight which caused this delay in getting leinforcements to the brave and gallant hero Dewey is almost criminal and shows the utter incompe tency of those who have laid the plans for the campaign. Dewey was sent from Hong Kong April 24th and no arrangements were made for his deliverance from a possi ble emergency until he cabled his sit uation. Even then J.r?( strategy Hoard had to spend much valuable lime in discussing the matter before anything could be done to relieve him. The call from Dewey found the govern ment totally unprepared, and several days have now been spent in making uniforms, assembling troops and put ting transport ships in order. Even now i wi tao ai icasi ten inns iu complete the preparations. Mean while a. Snanish fleet with troops suili- 1 cient lias embarked for Manila for the purpose of bringing Dewey's victory to naught and to regain these possessions. If they reach there before Mcrrilt dues what wi!l be the American opinion of the strategy board ? Oleomargine Laws Invalid. Washington, May 23. The United Stales Supreme Court has decided that the convictions under the Oleomargine laws in l'euusylvaiiia and New Hamp shire are invalid, thus holding ihe laws unconstitutional. Gasoline Explosion. Lawkence, Mass., May 2:1. Mrs. Catherine Hayes was seriously burned by Hie explosion of a gasoline stove yesterday. She died this mornirg, aged 106,000 Volnnteers. Washington, May 23. The mustor . .1 1 1 ...f.. ling llil'lires III uie army m.uiuiini - this morning were lOb.OOO volunteers. To Pay in Advance, Washington, May 23. The House to-day passed the Senate bill providing for the payment of volunteers from their enrollment and also troops for Manila one mouth in advance. Senator Chan dler introduced a bill to-day authorizing the President to use his own discretion to retire any ollieer of the army or navy higher than lieutenant colonel or com mander, and fill the vacancy by promo tion through selection and not accord ing to seniority. Oregon Safe. Ni:w Yoiik, May 23. A special from Washington says that the Oregon arrived at Key West this morning. 23, 1898. To Join Sampson. Chic.uio, May 23. Two hundred Illinois naval reserves w ill be sent to the Gulf coast tomorrow and they will probably join Sampson's fleet. Boat Sinks. Naw Yokk, May 23. The tug Vegoodwin sank in the North River this morning. 1 wo men were drown ed. The tug was valued at $15,000. Cavalry Starts. New Yokk, May 23. New York's contingent of cavalry, troops A and C, started for Falls Church, Va., this morning. Italy Protests. Paws, May 23. According to a dispatch from Home, Italy has pro tested against the blockading of Cuba, claiming that it is ineffective. Will Demand Release. New Yokk, May 23. Agents of the steamer Ardanhar here say that there was no intention of running the blockade and that they are surprised at the seizure. Her release will be de manded. Adronmhor Released. Key West, May 23. The British sJeamcr Audronmhor was released this noon by the order of Commodore Ro me x. Deny the Protest, Washington, May 23. The State department cmplatically denies the re port that Italy protested against the Cuban blockade. tola's Trial Begins. Yi'.iis.wi.f.i'.s, May 23. The second trial of Emil Zola for criminal libel against the officers of the French army who conducted the Eslerhiizv trial com- mcnci'd this morning in Assize Court Rigorous measures are pr ividid to main tain order and few of tie nubile are admitted. Embark For Manila. Sax Kiiancisco. May 23. The 1st re "inieut of California volunteers cm barked for Manila this morning on flic City of Pekiu. They will probably sail to-morrow. Another Accident to Troops. Satann ah, (! a. May 23. Early this morn'uiir a train on the Florida Central railroad carrvinir troops en route to Florida collided with a north bound vegetable train. One private was kill ed and one fatally injured. Fighting Their Way. Nr.w special Yoiik, May 23 A Key West ays that Ihe Cubans are fight ing their way lo the coast fo join our army of invasion. A fierce battle with Ihe Spanish cavalry occurred west of Matanzas in sight of the blockading ships. The Spaniards retreated. Spain to Fortify. M.W.i:ii, May 23. According to the report here the Spanish reserve fleet will maneuver in the Cadiz waters until its destination is decided upon. It is rumored thai Spain proposes to fortify the iueen of Spain's seat on Summit Mountain overlooking Gibral tcr and also to fortify Kuropa Point facing (libialter. CORRECT MEDICINES Always bring about the desired effect. To be correct, medicines must be properly preserved and after. We have the necessary knowledge to make our medicines correct and keep them so. We never dispense a medicine that is cor rect and finished. This feature of our store ought to be an your medicine trade. inducement for KENDRICK & CO., Pharmacists. 205 X. Main Street. Eclipse Automatic COASTER and BRAKE Is the Greatest Improvement in 98 WHEELS. ECLIPSE BICYCLES Stand the Test. 6. J. REYNOLDS & SON, HARDWARE, BARRE, We are Agents Victor Gates, Austin & Co. Gents Furnishings, 20H". MAIN STREET. Ask for Trading Stamp With every Cash purchase that you make with us. Jf the use of them has not been explained to you call and we will gladly do so. We hare iust received a new line of Jams in five pound pails and Jellies ot all kinds that we can fully guarantee. Do not forget Xo. 128-4. fflesser & 16 Depot Square, UNDERTAKER and FUNERAL DIRECTOR, W. K. WHEATLEY, G2 No. Main Street, - - Barre, Vermont. All Orders will Receive Mv Personal Attention. Night Ca"lls will be Promptly Attended To Telephone call at Residence 141-0. At office 26-3 OSTEOPATHY In Vermont. DR. E. E. BEEMAN, Osteopathist, Graduate of American School ot Osteopathy, Kirks villc, Mo. . Montpelier, Vermont. OFBK'K HOURS. 8 a. m., to 12 tii. 1 p. m. to 4 Oltice 04 State St. p. in. SIBLEY'S Mea Market NO. BARRE. Full line of Meats, Veg etables and Canned Goods. Specialty of Fork Products. riUCE ONE CENT. Opposite Depots. VERMONT. for the bicycle, Books and Stationery. BARRE, TT. our Telephone Call, Yours, Burn ham, The Best Grocers. F. W. Nichols has a line of Bicycles, the most com plete of any in the city, and h will sell them at auv ! price you want l'rices ranging from A large number of second hand wheels alinonst given away, in the Basement of the Nichols Block. Come and see me. WILLIAMS COLLECTION AGENCY, JACK MAX BLOCK, Ilarre, Vt. Debt Collected, Personal Demand made in nil cases Condition of Claims reported' fre quently, Suits prosecuted vigorously, Rapid, yet cautious handling ot at tachments and trustee proceedings. No work delayed. A live active ollice. ADVICK FREE.