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Barre Eveeim Associated Press Dispatches. am Nii-lc. copy, Oho month, - 1 cent 25 cents $3.00 (ino year, VOL. 1. NO. 45. BARRE, VT., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1898. PRICE ONE CENT. Telegr The Weather. ; , n , .lime 1. Generally fair to Thursday. East to north nijjit TRIOTIG ! Show your Colors for Your Country. To do that you cannot do so unites you will call at the riot ic Store and examine our New Line of Patriotic ckwear in Tecks, Four-in-Hands, Bows, Etc., which is tlu' handsomest ever shown in ibis city at 25. BEATS THEM ALL. SEGEL & BRADY, Prop'rs. PKI'OT StjrAKK. 15.VUHE, VT. Sul'iirl'sm Tickets for sale on both roads ut li i i ni. u riilc. ATTENTION! Quarry Boys, Pure Leaf, 1. L Ponies, Royal Savage, ARE TheGigarsto Smoke For Sale Everywhere. L. Lewin, M'gr. ISO No. Haiti St. Barre, Vt. IGRAPHERS ! THH STANDARD DRY PLATES THE BEST AND MOST SAT ISFACTORY. Try them once, all the leading amateurs use them. PRICES : 15 Cents a Dozen. ix. 17 60 Cents a Dozen. 1-2:5x8 1-2 J5 Cts. a Dozen, ALL SIZES IN STOGK. II. L AYERILL, X. Mam St. Tel. 31-3 e Are on Guard For vour interests ns well as ur own 1 1 moans business for us. Every iiiiin, bov and child needs a new suit for soring, and we carry the best line in the City at the lowest prices. ' We have just received a fine line of Men's. Boys' and Children's Clothing Which we will sell cheaper than any store in Harre or vicinity ever sold them. Wo ill oiler for the next 10 days 100 boys' suits with sailor collars, sizes from 4 to to years, at $1.00 a suit ; sold elsoweore for $2.00. Bring your boy along and get one at the Standard Clothing Co.'s Store' We have a fresh consignment of Fire works of nil descriptions. Will sell at wholesale and retail. Payette, Mcndcl sliou & ( 'o. BIDS POR BARRE CITY HALL. I'lims mill siici-illciitiiins for bids for,?, "f-'w n:v Hull ut r.iirio, Vt,, will he on exhibition nl tin- i.llii c die. S. Currier, city engineer in ilic il oi' Hsirrc, Vermont, ami in the office or (IrnVu-o (i. A.Iiiiiih, iiivliuVet, lit l''iwr?"! Mils., mi mi.l iifler tlio lith liny of .Jlim'i, I;'' I niilnii-toi-v.loinnnto bid must lile their bins in writing Willi the' city clerk -it the City or Hunt. Vermont, mi or before six o'clock, p. in.. June. -. islis. 'I lits City reserves tnc t it i.l.l.. "-hi hi ii'iei-i ;mi urilli 1 1 m . .. . I inti il hi it,.. iiv ..i- I'. i iti. Vermont. IUIS P'ivfllA MpfiiMsk &. h. Mi ps 1 u iin' t '.Mil iluv of Mnv. I's'.l.H. 'John W. (ioiiniiN-, Mayor. STILL AT LAUGH. William Tarrant, who tried to Com mit rape on Cora Terrier on the Ouarrv road Sunday afternoon, is still at large. Ollieers have been unable to locate him and it is thought ho has gone to his home in Chazey, N. Y. Ollieers at that placo as well as Uurlington have been notified to look out for him. HEAVY FIXES IMPOSED. John Williams, (!eorre Golden and A. S. Foster, the persons whose stores were raided in Granilevillo Saturday evening, were brought before Justice Seott this morning in South liarre. Williams and Golden were found guilty and were fined $40 and costs amounting to $63.12 each. Foster's case was continued for two weeks on account of illness. TO DISSOLVE PAUTXEUSIIIP Mathicson & Brown, the well-known granite dealers of this city, have decid ed to dissolve partnership as soon as their present orders have been filled. which will probably be about July 1. James Mathieson, the senior member of the firm, will maintain tho business and continue the work at their present loca tion. Alexander lirown, the other member of the firm, has not fully de cided as to fuluro plans, but expects to take a trip to Europe and perhaps later to the Klondike. Thev have been in business together between four and five years. At present there are about 15 men employed by the firm. A XA11UOW ESCAPE. Dewey Ilanley of Hyde Park and a lady friend had a narrow escape from a serious accident yesterday afternoon at about 3. .'10 o'clock. They were driving along in front of L. A. Averill's grocery store with a span of black horses hitch ed to a new carriage, when the pole strap broke letting the pole drop to the ground. The carriage was forced against tho horses and they started and ran as far as Eastman's store where they were stopped by 15en Silley. Xeither of the occupants were thrown out, but one of the wheels was quite badly damaged. The carriage was taken to Cutler's livery stable where another was procured. If they had been driving down a hill they would probably have received serious injuries. PATRIOTIC DARKE LADIES. Several of the ladies of lain city have shown their patriotism by getting togeth er an immense box of provisions for the Company E Hoys. This box of good tilings "from homo-will be appre ciated by the boys far more than the kind ladies can imagine. George Mu Enany also contributed a box of luxuries from bis biikcrv. The names of tho ladies who were the prime movers in this are as follows : - Airs. John Mercer, Mrs. John Milne, Mrs. James Rust, Miss Lillian McDonald, Mrs W. K. Grearson, Mis. Charles Mills, Mrs. Paul Gladu, Miss Alice liliikc, Mrs. Mc Xulty, Mrs. John Smith, Miss Maggie Clark, Mrs. John Park. Mrs. Robert Monroe, Mrs. Alex. Connors, Mr". John Anderson. Mrs. Joseph Wood, Mrs. William Cruickshank, Mrs. Mamie Me Aulcy. Mrs. Alex. Dobie, Mrs. Thomas Mercer, Mrs. Alex. Anderson, Mrs. William Dickie, Mrs. Alex. Milne. CELEBRATION LAST EVENING. As soon as tlieTixianiAM's extra was issue last evening and the news was conveyed to the-people they inmic.liatly made preparations for a celebration. Firo works were displayed by Ludwig Lewin of Payette Mendclshori & Co., and bon fin's were built on Depot smiare, the oil v park, and one in iront of Eastman Bros. These fires were kept burning until after midnight. GKANDMl'SICAL ENTER TAINMENT. l.wt vininr's musical entertainment at the Congregational church was a (rrand affair. The attendance was large. Those who gave the concert were W. A Bri-'gs and George II. Wilder of Montpelier. A. J. Phillips, formerly of Chicago and SJ II. Jackson of tins eity Mr. Wilder flutist seemed to bo the favorite of the evening, he having been encored a number of times, lhe sinking of A. J. Phillips, tenor was es pecially line as was also the playing of Messrs Briggs and Jackson. Vote of Thanks of U. B. Crandall Post, V .Mi. C. A.H.. held in their hall ini- i .Kill tr (ill the return from the Me- i i .....,.......!, ...a !i unanimous vole of thanks was passed to Kov. J. Edward Wrio-ht for his excellent aiuircss ...... - wasmiuested to furnish a copy of the address to be spread on the record of the Post, also to tho uongreg u.u." -ciety for the use of tho church and o htUurtesiesiextendcd by the soci ety and pastor, to the marsha Is for tl eir efllc ent work, to Mr. h.toher a d Grace Fletcher for the or.gma !" i vnn.lerci . and not ljoem wiiiu'u in". - , east to the military and civic organiza tions who at considerable inconvenience , we very well know added so greatly o the solemnity of the imposing pro os on. We also speak wit . pru.se of .t,s . .1.. t .ishnd bv the Transatlan- r, , who services were indispens ..,.'... Ami bisilv to the citizens gener- nllv who so universally elosen men. . i.:.... nf i.ns ness unit reii.ti ined from secular aunisc.inouis im- j Per order, L. 1I.Tiil'kstk, Adj. i'"". .. .. Jl... .l.i.r " If you want an English Breakfast Tea Halt beats then, all, try our own brand once. L. M. Avcrill. TIDINGS OF BATTLE; Morro Castle Said to be Destroyed. Spanis leavy. AMERICAE SAID TO BEEN REPULSED. Destroyed Morra Castle. Havana, June 1. The copywright of the Associated Press on the Spanish-A merie n engagement at Santiago has just been issued. It says that the Iowa, Massachusetts, Brooklyn, Texas, Xew Orleans, Marblehead, Minneapolis and one other in addition to six small vessels took a position in the western channel, and the first five ships named opened fire. The Spanish Cruiser Christobel Colon could be seen from the open sea. This, together with 'he batteries, an swered their fire and kept up a rapid fusilade. The Ameri cans fired 70 shots and retired with a transatlantic steamer somewhat damaged Two fcrells were seen to explode on board the Iowa and there was a fire on board one of the ethers. There is great enthusiasm here and tit Santiago over what appears to be a repulse of the Americans, the most important one that has occurred in the destroyed Morro and the Spanish losses are reported to have been considerable. In His Father's Footsteps. CiiK.'Aiio, June 1. Tho Tribune says that William Pinkerton, a son of the fa mous detective. Allan Pinkerton, has been called into the government service to hunt Spanish spies. This call is strikingly similar to the one in which his father was called by President Lincoln at the outbreak of the Rebellion. Enormous Loan. Lonjiox, Juno 1. A special from Madrid says that a decree has been published there authorizing tho issuo of a loan of one billion pesotas at four per cent interest. Belvidere Passengers Safe. Pi.ii.ai.ku-.ua, Juno 1. The pas sengers and crew of tho freight steamer Belvidere, which was wrecked off Cape Maysi, Cuba, are now on tho Norwe m steamer Kong Frodo from Port Antonio, which was due hero at noon. All are well. OSS HAVE present war. The Americans Gonzales Dead. Havana. June 1. lhe insurgent Brigadier General Gonzales, who was wounded Sunday in the province of Santa Clara, died yesterday. Spanish Report of Battle. Mahkii), June 1. The Minister of Marino has received a dispatch saying that the American squadron has suffer ed a check before Santiago. Tho fire from Ccrvera's fleet and from the forts rcnulsed them and they retired with damage. None of the Spanish were in jured. No Official News. Washington, June l. llio navy denartmeut at ton o'clock this morning had no information of tho reported bombardment of Santiago. Tho offici als aro inclined to believe th-it any tir ing heard was not important. New Hampshire Quota. Nashua, June 1. Governor Kams dell today received a telegram from Adju'ant General Corbin of Hie war de partment announcing that tho New Hampshire (juola under the second call would be S2H men, thus increasing the number in the regiment to 1L'80. Miles at Tampa. Tampa, Fla., June 1. General Miles, with his entire staff and force, of clerks arrived at 0.30 this morning. His family was with him. Through the Telephone. Omaha, Neb., June 1. Amid the music from a hundred bands, and tho cheers of 100,000 people, the irans- Mississippi and International Exposition was cleuieateit today. juciuniey un dressed the multitude by long-distance telephone and pressed the button start ing the machinery. Strengthening Havana. Key West, Juno 1. A warship has just arrived from the blockade and re ports that Sunday morning a small Span ish gunboat came out from Havana and ran along tho line of batterie's close to the shore. She came again yesterday two miles from land, was chased and scudded back. Monday night tho war- hips approached within live miles of hore and clearly discerned the sight of the streets and the new fortifications in course ot construction. Along iuorro heights a steam donkey is carrying sand and is kept running night and day. Mayor Chapman Dead. Pouti.am), Mo., Charles J. Chap man, ex-mayor oi roruiimi ana presi dent of tho Chapman National Bank, died suddenly this morning. He was uddenly seized with a spasm-while on a street car. Could Not Enter Harbor. New YoliK, June 1. A Key West pecial to lhe World says that a British tramp steamer wlucii Mad been given permission by the btockiulcrs to enter 'ardenas was unable to do so owing to the obstructions sunk bv the Spaniards it tho entrance to the harbor. BOY'S NAllBOW ESCAPE. KICIIAltl) I.I'.IM.A FKI.I. INTO STKl'IlKN S IiliANCII THIS NOON. Kichard Lcdla had a narrow escape from drowning ibis noon 111 Slephers Branch. Lcdla was playing near the side of the river near bridge 13 of the C. V. lJa lioad and in some way lost his balance and fell into the river. The water was over his head and he could not swim. The boy cried for help and in a few minutes his cries attracted the attention of Charles Reynolds, who was working in Morse's coal shed. Rey nolds jumped into the water atler the boy with all his clothes on, and after much trouble he pulled tbe boy out. Dr. Rcid was called and after work ing over Hun some nine ne reviveu. lie was taken to his home on River street. ilncta Alea Tat. Written by tho Braziliun pfiintov nnd nutlior, Doni EuKcnio do Teixoim, ujimi tho oocasi 1 of tho BHiliiiK of the L'niled IslnleM syuudron tor Cuba; translated by lf. J. Amy. Tho die is cast I Now in-oiully Bails forth tho wimidron gland, Bout on an errand worthy Of freedom's Htoried land. lli;,'h on tho masthead flutters Tho llaK whose colors blest To wondrous deeds of valor Inllumo the patriot's breast. Tho longed for signal "Onward!" Hails now with joyful thrill A giant nation, conscious Of duty to fulfill, Whilo those bravo tars tho watchword Take up with hearts aglow, In righteous bnttlu eager To ineot the murd'rons foe. God speed those, knights of fvedom, Whoso mighty blows aro lnirl'd Against tho hosts of darknesa Yot lingering on our world! That exploit grand, from bondage A people to redeem, Shall live in future legend, Tte bard's exalted lliemo. There in each deed of glory Wiull art through endless time Find fruitful inspiration For canvases sublime, Tho whilo their proud aeliiovonionta In Clod's own holy cause, Kehenrsed in deathless pag.'H, Shall win tho world's upplauso. What if their fatcfri missiles Huom nut tho cannon loudl , What if tho smoUe of bnttlu Tho startled world enshroud I Out of that fearful liavoe, Out of tho shades of night, Bhall rise tho smiling angel Of justice, peace and right 1 Eugeiiio do Toixeiru in New York Sun. Pi HOUSE - What to use 1 polish. We have a lot of glass to keep clean; ihere is tie r method we find the best and easiest. Use ammonia in the cleansing water this takes off the grease and dirt. Strong Ammonia, 15c. a bottle. Use a Sponge and wash thoroughly, and finally polish with a Chamois Skin. KENDRICK & CO. Pharmacists. 205 X. Main Street Eclipse Automatic COASTER and BRAKE Is the Greatest Improvement in 98 WHEELS. ECLIPSE BICYCLES Stand the Test. G. J. REYNOLDS & SON, HARDWARE, BAKKE, We are Agents for the Victor Bicycle. Gates, Austin & Co. Gents Furnishings, Books and Stationery. 20X. MAIN STREET. BARRE, VT. Ask for Trading Stamp "With every Cash purchase that you ivake with us. If the use of them has not been explained to you call and Ave will gladly do so. We have just received a new line of Jams in five pound pails and Jellies ot all kinds that we can fully guarantee. Do not forget our Telephone Call, No. 128-4, Yours, esser 16 Depot Square, UNDERTAKER and FUNERAL DIRECTOR, W. K. WHEATLEY, 62 No. Main Street, - - Barre, Vermont. All Orders will lleceive My Personal Attention. Night Calls will he Promptly At tended To Telephone call at Residence 141-0, At office 26-3 OSTEOPATHY In Vermont. DR. E. E. BEEMAN, Osteopathist, (Jraduate of American School ot Osteopathy, Kirks ville, Mo. Montpelier, Vermont. OFK1CE. nouns. 8 a. m., to 12 m. 1 p. m. to 4 p. m. O.'Iice (51 State St. SIBLEY'S Meat Market NO. BARRE. Full line of Meats, Veg etables and Canned Goods. Specialty of Por2c Products. CLEANING. to clean windows and give them a nl. e Sponges? all sizes and prices. Opposite Depots. VERMONT Burnham, The Best Grocers. Who's Got Wheels? F. W. Nichols has a line of BirHoc thc most C0 IwV vICOj plete of any in the city, and lie will sell them at any j price you want. Prices ranging from $20 to $125. A large number of second hand wheels alinonst given away, in the Basement of the Nichols Block. Come and see me. WILLIAMS COLLECTION AGENCY, JACKMAN BLOCK, Harre, Vt, Debts Collected, W'K AUK TIIK COI.KKt TOUS WHO COLLECT OU KNOW TIIK UKASOX WILY. No elini'ee in Advance. No Mcmber.-iliii Fee.