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Associated Press Dispatches. ram Single copy, One month, One war, 1 CCIlt 25 cents .'!. 00 vol. i. :so. o2. UA1UIE, VT., THURSDAY, JUNE 1), 1808. PRICE ONE CENT. TERMS: The Weather. 1',,,-i.in, .Juno !). (ienerally fair luiiiM; probably fair tomorrow; west t,, null!! winds. IE PATRIOTIC ! Show your Colors for Your Country. To do that you cannot do so unices you will call at the Patriotic Store and examine our Now Line of Patriotic Neckwear in Tecks, Four-in-Hands, Bows, Etc., which i tlie handsomest ever shown in this city at 25. BEATS THEM ALL. SEGEL & BRADY, Prop'rs. IiKl'OT SIJUAUE. IiAlilii:, VT. Sul'iirlrMti Tickets for siilc 011 liuth minis nt 0 ci nls 11 ride. ATTENTION! Quarry Boys, Pure Leaf, L L Ponies, Royal Savage, ARE The Cigarsto Smoke For Sale Everywhere. 0 !U Ult. iUUIIUWiMlUil Vu JV, ilJ V L. Lewin, M'gr. 180 No. riain St. Barre, Vt. FLAGS! WOOL BUNTING (not cheap cotton), Sewed Star3 and Strie", Fast Co'ors. reinforced corners aud seams. REGULATION FLAGS and 8x12 in stock now. Oilier sizes furnished in I wo or three days. Don't wait " till the war is over" lor your lings, buy where they have han iled Hags for twenty years. Hest cpiality of Muslin Hags with Oil Col ors that will stand rain. New lot just Hi. H. L. AVERILL, Agent. . T. GALLAGHAN lias a Special deal in Soap, 10 cakes for 2.1 cents ; 45 for 1.00. lie also has a fine lot of Teas from 2-k-. to 0c. a pound. A good Oylon Tea, 5 pounds Jor 1,00. We have a fresh-consignment of l'lre works of all descriptions. V ill sell at wholesale and retail, Payette, Mondel slion & Co. FOR SALE, I w III toll lill lili-V sell at ii llsirjiain a Leather lop II.. . -v. Anv im wish in lo see ill s shnul.1 .n'll nt (icor.-c Una la"'t I ..i :n ...11 ... .. l..n..i:llll (illl'.iMlMl cii;hl-yc!ir-..M horse, his weijjht l-IKI- ,'"r p-iilii-iiliir; ami price address C. N. SCOTT, Williaiiistown, I- Shop, FiHOUS FREKCM REMEDY Never Fails. ENDORSED BY TH8USANDS. Twrnly-fiv.- !! CPnl st.imes ljniwi t'l." 'V.i, C'iviiici- Ok- ni K.i. i.ii. .il ! tlu-ir wi''J ' )' J" AlilrM I fi i.aik I'M I. I " l'- Li B'isTnN, Mass. N il. Allcomsi"'!"!''""'"'"-"-1""" lid returned by mail with trial p-.tkatf'-'- m Sure J - mm. i P MSB'S L. F. ALDRIGH DEAD Passed Away This Morning of .Apoplexy. Leonard Frost Aldrich, one of the most prominent citizens of Piarte and a life long resident, died this morning at planer of eleven, of paralysis at his home on the Monlpelier road. A few days njjo Mr. Aldrich suffered with a stroke of apoplexy and since that time ho has failed until the end came this morning. In the death of Mr. Aldrich ISarre loses one of ils most beloved and re spected citizens and his memory will al ways ho fresh in the minds of the people who knew him. Leonard l-'rost, the youngest child of Syl vanus and Sarah Wheeler Aldrich, was horn in l!arre in 1S2;!. He receiv ed a good common school training, which was supplemented by instruction at; Newbury academy. He was early trained in the mechanical work of his father's shop. His mercantile career commenced at the age of 21. in the checkered store of Orvis French, now somewhat remodled, a landmark in liarru, and known as Aldrich's block, or liank building. Mr Aldrich was active in raising Iiarre's quota of soldiers. In September. Ib02, he enlisted in the 1:1th Vermont, but was discharged on account of sickness after live mouths' service- Mr. Aldrich was one. of the incorporators of Uarre academy and was for several years an cllicient member of its executive committee. The location of the (ioddard seminary at 1 Jarre was largely due to his labors aud inlluencc. He devoted a large por tion of his time for two years to its con striiction, even going to the forcs's and selecting the asli and butternut trees for the linish. Mr. Aldrich was one of the original director.; of the Uarre National bank and at the lime of his death the only re maining member of the board. He was its president from 1KS() until 1S04, when ill health compelled his re tirement, lie aided in the organization of the Uarre Savings liank and Trust Co., and was one of the directors of that institution. In 1892 lie sold his village homestead to I). K. Sort well for. 1 5,000 i'nd moved to his farm about midway between Uarre and Monlpelier. In April, 1S'.W, he was stricken with paralysis, which confined him to his lied, Mr. Aldrich has held various town olliccs and was county commissioner in 1ST 1-2. lie was ever a strong teiii"craiicc man and a total abstainer. In religious belief a I'liivcrsalisl, he was treasurer of that society, and for 10 years of (ioddard seminary. A Republican in politics, he repres ented Uarre in the legislature in lS.j!) 00. The funeral will be held on Saturday. Notes From Chickamauga. It, is not an easy task to conduct the issuing of clothing for over a thousand men and when a part of tliein have to continue wearing their old National (iuard supplies the matter is made still more complicated. Some of the articles ire eiptallv apportioned but in other eases a number less than that of the members of a company is given out and the articles given out: to those who are most in need of them. If a man does not' desire to draw all of that of which lie, is entitled the amount of their value is accredited to him upon the pay roll. The supplies will be issued to com panies. They consist of oil blouses, ,rj(l pairs of trousers, one fatigue suit of brown canvas for the wagoners 1..0 each of drawers, undershirts, stockings l i .1 .... urmv shirts. Ml pairs of shoes uid suspenders, SI rubber blankets, (it campaign bals, 72 pairs of leggms and stripes and chevrons for the non-commissioned officers. This. Iocs not include the field equipment of tents and cam pa'cni dishes. The ordnance issue of 'nins and other arms will come later m the week. H w'H ,,(; llol,,a llmt tlll! number of many of the articles is less thai the SI men in each company. The, delicicney indicates (he number of ,,,,0.1 articles in each class which the "overnnient purchases from the Na 1011- ,i ..... ,,f (he Stale. 1-reo ai uaimi i'T of'"- Press. BIDS POR BARRi: CITY HALL I'l-Mw -mil --pe.-ili.-iKion-s forhi.ls for a new ,, '' p. " anv. VI.. will he n cx .il.iti. ( u IE ' .. currier, tv . iciinccr in ;:, ""7 : v.r o,t.a.fh. me ""' ih,7 "v "'(' i am v ,i .rt, at Lawrence, iiliSli mBfi "V" v. ,S1,,I:. o. ';,m-!;-u.(,,,,i,,,,N, Mayor. Ihii Kind Vim Have Mwnvs Bought Boars the Signature of Will Giie Spain a Biff ? Porto Rican Govern or General Twists the British Lion's Tail. Serious Trouble is Imminent -McKinley Wants CongreSs to Annex Hawaii-May Send Special Message Soon. Englishman Banished By Spain. Nk.w Yokk, Juno 9. A special to the Journal from St. Thomas says that because Walter Uett, Secretary of the Uritish consulate at San Juan, was sus pected of furnishing the I'nited States with information regarding the mining of San Juan harbor, he was given his passports and has been banished from Porto Pico by order of the (iovernor General. Uett was imprisoned in a dungeon for otj hours, and subjected to gross maltreatment. The Uritish con sul general has made a formal protest to the government. Very serious inter national complications are imminent. The (iovernor General has practically declared war against a Uritish colony in making open accusation that Uett is re sponsible for disclosing his military plans to the L'niled States consul gen eral . Interview With Sagasta. (Copyright by Associated Press.) M aim:h, June 9. A correspondent of the Associated Press has interviewed Senor Sagasta by special appointment. The Premier refused to discuss the ques tion of foreign relations. He said that as the United States was the aggressive party all the proposals for peace must come from Washington first. Senor Sagasta was asked about the cabinet discussions. lie said the discussion was purely academic, and not being about disunion there was no danger of a cabinet crisis now. The correspon dent requested an interview with the Queen Ucgent, but Semir Sagasta said this was impossible. Spanish Ships at Havana Kr.v'Wr.sT, June 9. There are per sistent rumors here, and they are credi ted by some, naval olllecrs of high rank, that three Spanish warships have suc ceeded in forcing their way past, the blockade and are in Havana harbor. Calm but Dissatisfied. Mm.i.ii. .lone II. I he bail news from the Philipiue islands has caused a deep impression here. The public "'s ,.;ilni but Intent intense dissatisfaction is onlv repressed on patriotic grounds. England President Contemplates An other Message, Wasiiixctox, June 9. President j McKinley has in contemplation, accord ing to a Senator who was in consulta tion with him this morning, another special message, to be submitted to Con- grcss calling for the immediate Unimex- alien of Hawaii us a military necessity, j The message will be delayed a few days , to await the action taken by Speaker 1 Iteed and the committee on rules. The I message is likely to go to Congress early next week. The purpose of the I message is a special pica for favorable action in this matter immediately. The President will call the attention of Con gress lo the stratcgelio importance of the island the kev to the Pacific. Work Concluded Today. U'l.n.v.vn.,' .1,1,,., 0 Tl. ...,. I ... .....", - .. j forces on the war revenue bill conelud ! ed work at noon today The program is to present, the report to the House first in order to try and secure action to night. They decline to give out the terms now. It is known however that silver seigniorage, provision was re tained in modilled form. Spaniards Must Leave, Mox riii'.Al,, June 9. Word has been received here from Ottawa that a mes senger has left them with a notice of expulsion from Canada of Lieut. Car range and Senor l)u Dose, who were recently attached to the Spanish legation at Washington. Murderer Hanged at Newark Nt;w YoitK, June 9. -Andreas Ma lisk was hanged at Newark, N. J., to day for the murder of Annie Knielz last July. Malisk and wife came from Hun gry 10 years ago. They lived with Knielz and wife. The men fell in love with each others' wives and finally ex changed wives. For a year all went well, Then they exchanged again tak tlieir original wives. At last Malisk deserted his own wife and tried to get. Mrs. Kemetz to live with him. She refused and he shot her. Mrs. Malisk came from Hungary the other day to see her husband hanged, but the author ities refused her admittance. She is here without funds. Fortifications Reduced. Oi l-' Saxtiahii, Juno 9. -(on board the Associated Press boat Dauntless) All communication between Cuba and the outer world was severed Tuesday. The Kingston and Santiago cable was cut Monday and the Marblehoad, Yan kee and St. Louis cut the Hayticn cable yesterday. The ends weie buoyed and Samp son can communicate at will with Wash ington. The Marblchead engaged and drove a small Spanish gunboat into Guantanamo harbor where she shelled aud reduced the antiquated fortilicaat-ioiis-. The insurgents cooperated on the land side. The place is being held un til the troops arrive. It is contemplated to establish a gen eral base here for constant communica tions between the insurgents and the fleets. Sampson has officially declared that the purpose of the bombardment of Santi ago was to clear a way for the troops. The object was attained. Trying To Elude Blockade. Kr.v Wkst, June 9. Four suspicious looking vessels, which are supposed to be Spanish warships, are or have been attempting to elude the blockading ; squadron off Havana, Library Dedicated. Noi.'T ili n:i.i, Mass., June 9. The new Dickinson Memorial library was dedicated today. The presentation to the city was made by K. M. Dickinson, the. donor. To be Governor of Kansas. Ht'TriHNSox, Kan., June 9. W.F.. Stanley of Witcha was nominated for governor by the republican parly this morning. Let Well Enough Alone. --A'illJ.h,e,yoters of this district at the coming convention be so indifferent to the best interests of the State and of the County as to fail in doing their small part in keeping our present experienced government o.'licials in office, certainly until the present crisis is over and un til the many national dangers which fol low in the wake of a period of war are settled and overcome? It is safe to say that Yermontcrs are clear headed enough to realize the circumstances of the occa sion nod will, when it comes time for them to cast tiicir vote, return to his seal in Coiigre-s the honored, respected and i ii 11 ii -til i :i I General W. W. Grout. That his ability is appreciated by his fellow Congressmen is shown by the positions of trust that he holds among them. Where is the object in making a change when the present, incumbent is all that could be desired and is a credit and honor to his state? . He is chairman, of the Select Coinittce to Investigate Telephone and Gas Charg es in the District of Columbia, the only Select Committee thus far appointed this session, lie is chairman of Expendi tures in the War Department, and next him on the committee is lion, W. A. Uuzzell, of Connecticut, a member of the committee, on Ways and Meams. This is a very important committee just now, as in this war there is expended every day between two and three mil lions of dollars ;and if not done in accord ance with law it is the duty of this com mittee to lake action. As indicating the importance of this committee attention is called to the fact that the articles of impeachment against .Secretary of War Uelkuap were reported by this committee And last and most important of them all, he is a member of the committee on Appropriations, and chairman of a sub committee in charge of one of the great appropriation bills on the Hour carrying millions of dollars. And yet the Head men complain that he has no standing in eomniitte work. The fact is, hardly any other member in the whole House has as many and important committee assignments as the member from the Ciion 1 District. OPIUM, CRLOiiAL AND COCAINE HABITS A radical, positive and- permanent cure guaranteed in 5 days. Absolutely harmless. No "tapering off" process No substitu tion method. it.i.u.t ..i.uaouw R. A. 1UMS, M.D., 41 Hast 2 1st Slrcct, New York City. MS Kend rick's. Ice Cream Soda and Milk Shakes are delicious and make a nice, cooling- drink for this hot weather. Try it and see if it isn't so. KENDRICK 205 X. Main Street. " She starts ! she moves ! she seems to feel The thrill of life along her keel ! " But smoother still than gliding ships, With keener thrill and safe from slips, To coast a hill on the ECLIPSE With Automatic Coasting Brake Up hill or down hot time you make. i ,KS $40 to $75. G. J. REYNOLDS & SON, HARDWARE, BAKKE, We are Agents for the Victor bicycle. Gates Austin & Co. Gents Furnishings, Books and Stationery. 20N. MA1X STKEET. BARKE, YT. A CHESTNUT ! " The heated term is arrived." Another old story which will bear repitition is that Our Store is one of the coolest places in the city on a hot afternoon. Ladies, call in during these 00 in the shade days and sample our hot weather eatables and at the same time cool and refresh yourself. Bear in mind that our Pickles and Condiments are the best obtainable. Call for trading stamps. THE BEST esser lb 1G Depot Square, UNDERTAKER and FUNERAL DIRECTOR, W. K. WHEATLEY, 02 No. Main Street, - - Barre, Vermont All Orders will Receive My Personal Attention. Night Calls will be Promptly Attended To Telephone call at Residence 141-0, At office 26-3 OSTEOPATHY In Vermont. DR. E. E. BEEMAN, Osteopath ist, CJraduate of American School of Osteopathy, Kirks ville, Mo. Montpelier, Vermont. OKKK'K HOL'ltS. 8 a. m., to 12 m. 1 p. m. to 1 p. in. Ollice (M State St. SIBLEY'S Meat Market NO. BARRE. Full lino of Meats, Veg etables and Canned Goods. Specialty of Pork Products. PHARMACY Opposite Depots. oe VERMONT GROCERS Burnham, The Best Grocers. F. W. Nichols lias a line of R!irloe tne I,10iit com DICyvICOj( plcte of any in the city, and lie will sell them at any 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, Uarre, Vt. Debts Collected, wk ai:k tiii-: coi.i.i'.rrons who nn.u-iiT (tit know 'ii i i: i;i:ason why. No charge in Advance No Membership 1'ee.