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'! If- TERMS: Associated Press Dispatches. SiisjrSe ''"10' ( )ii' IlK'lllll, (H:c M'iir, 1 cent 2.j ('fills n VOL. 1. NO. 12. JJAliHE, Yrr., SATURDAY, MAY 28, 181)8. IMUCi: ONE CENT. faveei IE PATRIOTI 1 Polrtrc -fnr Ynnrf1 J)flOW yvi " w;mner south or cast winds, touniry. 'I'd do that you cannot do so unless you -will call at the l,inntic Store ami examine (llir New Line of Patriotic X.U-eai- in Tecks, Four-in-Hands, Bows, Etc., which i- the handsomest ever shown in this city at 25. BEATS THEM ALL. SEGEL & BRADY, Prop'rs. ,Kl'i IT SfjfAUK. liAHUK, VT. mmmi Boys, Quarry Pure Leaf, L L Ponies, Royal Savage, ARE TfeeCigarsto Smoke For Sale Everywhere. .miifl Lni!lnk'lifm K- fn I K 111 I IU, JKUUihun L. Lewin, M'gr. 180 No. Hahi St. Bar re, Vt. The Weather. Huston, May Continued cioudy, probably showers tonieht :md Suiuluv; GODDARDS DAY St. Johnsbury Defeated in a Close Contest Bush a Star Goddard Leads the League. In ( lu; best o'uiiiu of hull seen (in Cod dard campus lor many years, the Cod danls defeated their strnnjrest rivals for the championship Friday afternoon liy a score of 7 to 4. The came was noted for sharp ticldiii",' and small hittine; on I10II1 sides. It was a pilchcr's frame, Iiush showing t1(. mot nerve at critical places. .Jeimcs liad a cuod out drop that foolcil mauvof (ioddards best hitters. For Coddard liusli and Aycr did num ber one or jrilt-( djred work. Colo, cov ered" bajr No. 1 in place of liulett, who was down at, lUirlinton after a differ ent prize. Cob' showed his old time ability in ilie pnsilion. Teiuiey jriive a double exliibilion a! second, making some rairirod errors and iloiujr at times star Melding. As a hitler, however, Teniicv redeemed himself. Flair'' :nn Lamb covered short ami third with their well known ability. Fierce played Ids first aine in left lield and made a flTantl stand catch of a Ion;;' hijrh liy. llealey in cenlcr made Ilie catch of tin; frame, running a 1iij ways and taking a ball almost on the pound, dale, while having little chance in the liel was c'ood for safe hits at proper times. For the visitors the work of N'ewall. .Jcniics, Abbott and C arpenter shoiih mentioned. Iy winning' the frame Cod dard a;:aiu took the lirsl poi-iiion in the Interschohistie league, St. .lohnsbliry coiel place. J lie visitors .LC9.VCS Csdiz SPANISH QUADRON EPORTED M ay go Cuba Spanish- cleat i 1 tae season one in Ilie league have Ml '.111' a. complete stock, all sizes, as wc had all the Spring just received. Ais'i rices. lillttollS, 'ins b'i"- line of Patriotic l'ieturcs and Music. Nice ( ',, hired Photos of DF.WKV, SAM F MlN. and ('AFT. SICSllF.F (of the Maine.) H. L. AVERILL, 2s X... Main St. Tel. 31-3 Memorial Day Vi if WIl.I. W AN T TO III'..t; "Ami-rica" bv the liiamuiid Four ;t'- Hand play "Stars' c it March' or Vi Parly." Sou Stripes For Iloslon Te iroimr inlo met their second veslerday, the lirst scries, Coddard celebralcd with ri t) -ri nir of bells last uiirlil. Fran Williams did frond wol'k as uuipirc. The story of the frame is as follows: A double by Abbott in ilie lir.-t innluir gave Si. .lohiidmry one run, while .(hal liard drew a c'oom- cirir. In the second Kaiidall and Kicharilson crossed the plate wiih two rims for St. doliii.-diury, caused by ihe errors of Ten ney, Cale, the base on balls by liu-di and the second double made by Abbott. Coddard in this iun'urj; were aided by a .Pit of a base, on balls, errors by AM.o't am-Kfcha-nteotr Sl'nT "hit s liy Pierce and Ilealey, in such a way that when the in- nni"- e osci tm; tioiiuaros nan mr runs. St. do'iusbnrv saw no runs in the Ihird iniiiiifT, while Coddard, by the cr-1 ror of Sprairue and the lilts ol l.aniband Aver, added another to their run col- LONG HAS RECEIVED NO OF- i i FIC1AL NEWS. : ! i 1, Cable From D8Yev...FiM on " 5 I he . , k I It. T7 O win L-vn 4- I v runs mi h- ; I News the .Spanih Heel is inside. The cruiser ; Harvard, which left there yesterday,1 Ja'ole was Cut, from Santiago. St . lohnsbliry did not score in the next two iunimrs. lu the t'oiirih Cod dard, with the errors of Newall, doubles bv (bile and Tciiney, ;;alncd two runs. In the next imiiiif;' Coddard captured another run by the hits of Aycr and (bile. Coddard made no more runs duriiifr the frame, while St. Johnsbury ended' her run frcltiiifr in the sixth when bv the double of Tinker, the errors of Tennev mid Lamb, one rim was added to lliefr list. The score of the frame i as follows. OODD.VltD HHMIXAIIV. a. n. n. Finite, Tenii'-y.-1'- n. I.nti.li, :b. Aycr, i:. Hu-ii. u (iiilu, r.f. I'iriw, l.f. Iluali y, c.r. Tut:il, T.ll. 1 l'.ll. A. K. IJ U KisiisroN, Jamaica, May 8 Tvvelvu American warships are outside the San tiago harbor. It is almost certain that the Spanish Heel is inside. The cruiser Harvard, which left there yesterday, brouirht the news. The St. Louis From Martinique. World's Championship. agreement has been signed . for John Caudaur to row II. M. Johnson at Van couver harbor July 1st, for a purse of :.'), DUG and the championship of the world. Nl.w Yoi:k, May -S, cruiser St. I.ouis passed IIdoU at seven o'clock this went inlo iUarautine at She was last reporlci obis, Maililie Ue. I'lii! auxiliary inlo Sandy morning and nine o'clock. it Mole St. Nich- Cadiz Squadron Starts Maiiiuh, May '7. It is ollieially au iioniiced that Ilie Spanish reserve squad ron has left ( 'adiz and will nianeuverfor for several days in the. open sea and then sail for the Philippines, Cuba ar the I'nited Slates, in the Sjianish fr'ov erninent. may judge opporluno. The squadron is understood to consist of 12 vessels. Safe From Spanish Prison. ST. JOII.VSr.l'UV A'. AHIvM V. The gunboat nnrmtig with - now have a large, number of iiov records for our Cramophono and it costs but : cenls to hear two nf liiciii. Al.blltt, K SUinil(r, ll. SpralliH't -b. -TinliLT, . -( 'urjK'iili'i', c.f. Jr'iJi", p. Kami ill, I f- Itirlialili'iin, r.t Nuivnll, c. Toml, 1 10 Kky Vi:sr, May 28. ! Woedbtirv arrived this ; the newspaper eori'cspoildellts , ! and Thrall who were exchanged I i day for four Spanish prisoners, i I were botli in good In alih. Hammond Found Guilty. Massachusetts 3041. Postox, May 2 TI.U under the second call will stale's ipiola be ;!bl 1. Last Sad Rites. I.onihin, May 2. In Weslmin ter Abbey, in the northern Iransepl, where Fngland's greatest dead rest, the body of the late William K. Cladstone was entombed to-day with the ceremonies of the nation he served and of the church he loved, llisgrav'e is beside his life-long enemy, Disraeli, whose marble elligy looks down upon it. But two future kings of Croat Britain walked beside iheeominniiers graevaiid all the learning and nobility of statu surrounded it. The official funeral was the first since that of Lord I'alniarslon. Word from Dewey. ' Washington-, May 2S. Secretary Long states that no word has been re ceived from either the Ameriirn or Spanish Heels. He received a cable this morning from Dewey informing him of the illness of (.'apt. Criilicy a:ul two oilier officers who will I e sent home. PF.TITIO.V TO TIIK ('Ol'UT. City Attorney Swa-ey has just linish ed i petition which he will present to the county court on Mondav a-king that a commission to be appointed to appraise llii; property of the Uarre Water Co. The live days according to the agree ment will expire on Monday and no attempt wha'ever has been made on the part of Ihe water company or the city to airree on a price since the papers weu; signed. A PATRIOTIC SOCIAL to. 1se (i1vkn at tiik m:.t mondav I'.AITIST CIIIKI'II KV KNINli. P.liACKiutiDi,!-., Out., 'May 28. The Jones I trial of William .1. Hammond, the young : druggist who was charged with the j murder of his wife by the use of prns- sie acni, was en icii last mgnt. i no verdict was guilty ami he was sentenc ed to be hanged September 1.1. vcsier-Thev A patriotic social will he given at the Baptist church Monday evening, May till, at 8 o'clock, under Ihe auspices of the Senior and Junior ('. K. societies. A free wdl offering will he taken. 1MK K 1 M. 1. ''I'niver forour ( uiintrv," ' Double (i'.ia-tet '2. Prayer. ti. "'I'u tin e, 0 ( uiintn ," Clioir 4. Kecilat ion, M Hi r I'hii; ,' Margie 1'eiich .1. "There's a Pi aiitil'nl l'laL',""l'rio X (Juarlet blisses .Moure ami ( 'clliurn and .McsM's. puller and Perry. 11. "Old (llniT, Hip lliii'rah.'' Solo ' Willie In;;lis. 7. Flu;.' Prill. .Iiiiiinrs K. "Just Iti'tore the P.attle, Mother." Siilo and .Male (jiuirtet .Mr. Fuller and .Mare Ijuaili t. !). Pending, " A liui ki t of .Marmalade," .Mrs. ( n llcr, III. "Tenting on the ( ild Cain) Oroiunl." It. "At Sniiiiil of Arms," Trio Airs. Perry, Miss Stevenson and Mrs.f licney 12. Sul'i. (selected) Flns-ie Morse 12. Kind im;, "The AVliistlinu' Pediment," Ahhcy. I I. Si'H'clion, -Male Quartet IT). "I'ncle Sam, Hie A'ankee," Solo I'.cniii' Lewis. . ".Memorial Kay," Solo .Mi.-scs Muoi'i' and Cnlhuni. . " Ainii'ira." FLORIDA OX V. IIKFLS. 1 Saturday! amng Day preparations for the Sab is the art ol' house-keeping. Sub.stantial bath. Good eookins The secret doesn't, till rest in the Derson. A "Teat deal de pends on the choice of ingredients. Are they poor? The cost of pure baking requisites may be a tii!le more than the other kind, but its in the results that the great difference is noticed. Pure Cream Tartar, 50c. a pound. J'nre Saleratus, ioc. a pound. Pure Spices at right prices. For best goods KENDRICK & CO., Pharmacists. 20o X. Main Street. Opposite Depots. Eclipse 1 1 Automat ic Is the n 98 Greatest Improvement WHEELS. BICYCLES Stmid the Test. J. B.MtliU, TW 'LIU HARDWARE, SON. A'EIOIOST T Wo are Aaents for the R BICYCLE. ust in ICT Gents Furnishings, Books and Stationery. 20X. MAIN STREET. I5ATJRE, TT, Ask for 1 radlog Stamp 4 r, 0 1 i) u 11 1 7 S !l TdIiiI ! II I) I 11 u 11 4 We to on yuiiv interests as well as "tir own. It means business for ifs. Iv.'cry man, boy and child needs u new suit for s iriiiL', and we carry the best line in the City at. the lowest prices. luive. just, received a line line of Mi'h'sj Boys' and Children's Score liy liiaiai!, do iilaol M iiiiiiaiy, u St. .I.j) U'ttlli'V. 1 Two base hits, Temiey, Cale, Tinker. Abbott . Struck out. by Biish, o; Jen- ). llase on lialis ny nosu, - , .- Double nlay. Bush, Tciiney and lies lies Col .. Cmpirc, Williams. School Le27.ua Stan' I ii'll Hi! wi stuie in sold I ken Bam cheaper than any or vicinity ever (luddarl si. Jolnisl'iirv Acadeinv SI. Allilllis llinil Srlliinl Itiirliimtoa Sdioul .Miiiitpelier Scniuiai y Won I .Di-l Standing :t 1 T.-.o 1 i;iw; ) .'il h 1 f 2" 0 2 en 1 Came today pelier. I. Joh.isbiiry at hi: Strict Discipline. San Fiiam isi ' , May 2S. Ceueral Mcrrilt has opened his headiUarters at tho Palace hotel, lie had a long con ference wilh Ceneral Otis (his morning and li e troops will remain in strict dis cipline at the cam,) from now on. A Rapid Fight. "DICK" Al Ihe Inters!- conlcst I, eui nisi llichard M- , i;w W, Yu;k, May 'JH. The SI. Louis IH'l.l'.rT A 'iVINM.:;- reports that on Aiay i nn preparations daslie prize speaking I were made lo cul Ihe cable oil 1 orlo eveliillg 1" linriiiigi""' I Itico, WHICH II. is m-ni-ii- ' ".m I . u(, U . populai "'",;fl, 't'hey Ihcn sailed lor Santiago .May and a iii.mo" ; ,. , ,,., , ,i.,. (...,i.,s ,1.,.,.,,. ond pii.c , 1 1 ...I ..i I i, ..(' Ill'inl Ulllill III' PI. . 1 1 1 , ! . .i 1 I I i l ' vltl. (Hit iiii " w ...... ...... which was .-r'l.. ,.,,, I is1,,,,, ;,;s ., batteries. Then- v as a . ,, ... ,. , . , .i S "1,'rn1.,. i!..,inii(iii:" Mr. Hn'.cll ! nii,i li-.-'iil f.ir .V.I inimiles, after which wi i ii er on- ie neL I o uiiysi i ,, ., i'S i o i "' "' - . . ... . i i I.mVs' ,.ik will, sailor eolhirs, ; ,,, have tin' clasi history al the .-li .- (lii V . U(,.r(.,,.,l j,, i ear. plaver at the Seminery nun a ',!' Ihe class of ''.) won I he seei sizes i'roni 1 t a suit ; sold ( Bi in..r your In at Ihe " o years, at 81.00 j naiioii oxer Iscweere lor -'. y along 'eel gi't 0110 ises (111 culling the second Dewey in Distress. Hum; Komi, May 2S. There is ab solutely no truth in the report that the cruiser Baltimore, now at Manila, has j been damaged by an internal explosion. I The auxiliary cruiser Zalira srrived at I midnight and reported that Dewey is I short of provisions and ammunition, so ihat if the Spanish sijiuulron .should al I lack the Philippines before aid reaches ! him from the I'liiled Stales he would la; j in a very dangerous position. St. Louis Being Armed. N'i:w Viiuk, .May '.'S. The cruiser St . Louis has been ordered to Cr imp's shit) vard and wiil sail immediately. AVith every Cash purchase that you irakewith 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 dams in live pound pails and Jellies ot all kinds that we can fully guarantee. Do not forget our Telephone Call, Xo. 128-4. Yours, 1J Depot Square, Hum 9 The Best Grocers Standard Clothing Co.'s Store1 Why snller w ith Corns when yo'i ciiii hue them removed without pain I'.v Mils. S. M. Youii, 1-' Klin St. Wc h:i v.- a i're-h coiisignniciil of Five works of all ,tcsrriplions. Will sell 1,1 wholesale and ivla'd. Payette. Mendel sboii iV Co. and retire' She is to have her arinanent I b six .'i-ineh rapid liring gun increased The Florida Car which has caused so much comment though Vermont ar rived in tin! city this morning. A Tki.k iiliA.M reporter was courteously shown through the car lids forenoon and was Hindi surprised that such a beautiful and extensive exhibition could be en compassed in such small spnee. F.very lliing of novel interest from the land of Mowers was shown, fr mi Lie alligators which took the lir.-t prize at. the World's Fair to a set of beautiful views of the Ponce De Leon the iiuest hotel on this continent. All the. different varieties of Florida fruit is on exhibition, notable among which are the oranges ranging from 1 inch lo IS inches in circiimfercnce. The Cuban corner is of special inli rest at I his tune. II is a large glass case con taining souvinirs such as Cuban coins and cigars made by the iii.-.urgciils in the lield. Leach visitor as they enter the door is given as a souvenir an alligator's tooth, and there is a large number of differ ent specimens of fishes ami animals common to the peninsular stale. Il is said thai Ihe best effects of t he car a re shown in the evening u ben il is lighled. The whole consists of a lieaul i I'll I dis play ot souvenirs, photographic views and music from Ihe World's Fair prize music box. The car is in charge of ( ion. W'anti n S. Webb with four asislants. UNDERTAKER and FUNERAL DIRECTOR, W. K. WHEATLEY, !G2 Xo. Main Street, - - 1 Jarre, Vermont. All 'Order will Receive Mv Personal Attention, j Night Calls will be Promptly A t tended To I Telephone call at Residence 141-0. At office 26-3 m!)S FOR HARRE CITY HALL C ;v I la, i ai . ,i mi ( . o...-,v. Vcr Hi "i1:! ' Vilain-. aivhiti v . ." " Ti and aller b 11 . ... a., ( ellliaci'iis .. Currier, niv ! , aii l m lI1' ' 111 ' t, al l.awri'ii'-e. r,lh day iil'inw. Y;',- inn-l.i lil'l "nisi m '' " .. . , i . 1 le l i' . .11 I IM ' in., -bine -" 1 ' .... , i.l.l. ' i-ii'hl t I'M1''.'1 "'!i '" ' Vermont. Hii iiinoN, Mayor Yi..i,.,l ai Ihe i s,h,laye,Maul'vVi Held By the Enemy. H.txii K"Nb May 2H. Tlio llavilo Manila cable was cul by Dewey May -') 'I'he entire Aineric.iii Heel is al Cavilc A;u'mal'h'. the insurgent leader, is with his for -es between (lie Anierieans ! Spaniards. All Hie coasi lown are held by the S liniartlS. Exciting Rumors. Nl'.w Vui.'K, May A Spee'al from Kingston to the Fvening Telegram says that there is an uneonlirmed ru mor current there Ihal Schley has forc ed Santiago harbor and sunk (,'erv era's Heel, OSTEOPATHY ii Vermont. DR. E. E. BEEMAN, Osieopathist, Graduate of American Seltool ol Osteopathy, Kirks ville, Mo. Montpelier, Vermont. OFI'.ICL HOIKS. io's Got Wheels? F. W. Nichols lias a line of B'rurlac ",'u nu;st con iVy lj plete ot any m the city, and lie will sell them at any price you want. S 111. o:ii ce 2 m. 1 p. in. lo ! (! Siale St. m. 8ri l'rices ranging from to $125. A large number of wheels ahnonst given second hand away, in the LA OPIUM, CHLORAL AND COCAINE HABITS A .,4i-it tw.;iivc and oermanent core guaranteed in 5 days. Absolutely harmless. No "tapering off" process No subsUtu- I- ,5.1.J For particnlar. iiddre.. IU lion method. iirtst cimadouca R. A. OUNN, M.D., 41 East ?ist Street, New York City. SIBLEY'? Basement of the Nichols Block. Come and see me. ket NO. BARRE. Full line of BSeats, Veg etables and Canned Goods. Specialty o Pork Products. WILLIAMS COLLECTION AGENCY, JAC'KAI AN BLOCK, Uarre, Vt. Debts Colleclfid, u i: ai Cl i'. tiii: coi.i.i'.ci'oiis who .i: i:i T dl! KNOW :amn wnv. in i: No charm' in Advance. No Membership l-'oo.