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nit. .r "ihr riwiiir-mr irrfirv ir "i" i ..a.-..--.'-. rJ, I'M t It n 1 1 it r I ft' Combination Cash Store Co. SPECIAL BARGAINS FOR SATURDAY, JULY 30 Sparks From Granite City. f. Swr i.i in Waterbury today. J. IV.ViXi i, in Will iainstow n to la T 1". . :t.f 1. f C'hela is in the a. J Handkerchiefs. Ten dozen f'enl.' Fancy Jappenet Handkerchiefs with the CTaited States mealy embroidered who silk, worth U l-;. Special Saturday :? for .'.V;. I . liijvv Ml.lV. ison Ballad and ( ' En.-t Monipel ii:r. nairroa tor a vuit. Selectman Cb.os. M-Pavis of Xorthdelil i.- here on business. I-Td Newman of BrooUine, Ma.-.s., is Clarence Tubb of East Barre i.i in How the Main street real estate kings the city today.. did catch if. But the Kid is glad of "it Arthur Martin ht wnrkin-r in Mead' for it will make bid !:i-c-s lower if he 1 ort are in one to Bur- A!l Lad'e selling now '.' Oxford: ar. ) 1 . .:t. Vi.:i and Pong ''la in price-for all. f.'vifi.-iira Si Ten dozen mi l k- and a'! ?i Four p.' ! i-.'i I 1 laundering of flan ap wor'1; nkes IV i erine. wi at S;I.ie Shoe Department. ami High Shoiis in Tan and Black I.o:l and ..:). Mpeoial Satorday at $1.19. Be Thou Clean. 1 J.iC. a cake ; .Special price - eh Haei fxwp. chemically corupuadl with pur eh jbe. :! cuke: special price nnii.e rerrouiini ,oap, the mo-.t, perfect irts. rruhmor. lac.ua, etc., ever manaftatnri I -2-:. s opninswiiii W. If. Men ier. I'. A. ff.ut of prmgrield, Mass. w regiaterw! at. rh U:.y Hotel. info. I;.. S'.vart of N:ew Vork is srop : pic a;: ih City Hotel todav. 1 .. C. Turpin of Boston wm in the : city l.;-t evening on business. ! .fohn An.-r.eod left yesterday for (.ial n. I', 'i- fo .-pernl hU r;.:::irion. Mri. Ii. ,f. Aiidrex- of Burlington w .aii u.-ti.a for -:.-itin .v:u: vvfc a fviwef l!n. If. I:,o.Hoi rv; V. A. D Skirt Department. i? liam.i at oil' do.'-ii l;!,i.- too oan a.-.-, and .ai! kirn. ;-haif trice. ; ki.rt.-i worth 'noooi: f. Remnant Counter. - . n. ty ye: t. A .' e-s pa toil TV-.- r.' erf. Irairh.j in Wool Wa.-h o'.jodM, thU . i.U'e-i-1. 1 rood- ii he V'jllf 'intin---. Mi.-d:-cliarn'K to 1 ru- -Mr. and Mr. F. I). Lad,!, vhtai.c returned home from eeii.-i ra.i atioc. la.-t. evening. H atk.ir1.-4 ha.-i gone to for .1 two w nek's visit. and u if 3 of Barnet wre ii in the city yesterday, ey of Boston waa in the .ir't.-rr.'jou on liu.-inesd. N'orman of the .Vational ";as hi the city ye.sterd.lv. Fuller lea-e Monday to .ai v:i.i:a:ioii on the coast Lnnch Room. John Rowley's mothr and sisti!r from Boston arc; visiting him.. Henry Harrington of Burlington U in the city on busing today, M ;ison Bovce of Moretown w visiting hid d.iaghterMrs. G. J, Haweu. Jtids Dora Piatt of Willtarostown ii in tin; ft if 7 visiting Mrs.. F. J. Martin. Charles Reasan, a motorman on the electrics returned to the city from Bur lington last night. I.ymaa Garland a carpenter on A. D. Morse's new building w laid up for re pairs with a sprained knee. A large party ef Barre people are planning to attend the band concert and lawn party at Montpelier tonight. rrann curKe is armng nis cew nor to Burlington today. It is said he ! intends presenting it to his father. ! The carpenters on A. D. Morse's new i block were obliged to lay off an 10 j o "clock this morning on account of the j extreme heat. ever pays any. Better e .tempt ail tins Inns in CVm P'VPy K from taxes for t:,e next five y.ars. The Kid agrees wl'li the -mall crowd in this city who favor the purchase of the electric lirht litt-iness, f,r then if there were certain localu ic-s where it wis too numerous it might he better turned off, if Barre folk knew thev owned it. The Kid knows that some people will understand this hint, or would speak riijht out, but, tiien it would not do. Bnt 1 have been called to kill a stray cat that is trying to mash our new dog, so inn-t let her go until next time. The Kn. On the Corner. HadrM Reports Skirmidhin on the Island of Porto Rico. THE USUAL SPANISH VICTOEY a R- AarhnritlAK At Washington Await port from General ,U11 on th .H.ieter Spaniard Reported Conrentrat ln at San Juan. The Congregational Sunday Schoo I At the conclusion of the exiting ball I game last night, I lingered around the j park for a few minutes, and soon saw j the club assembling near the corner of Eastern avenue and Elm street, so se- I cured a -rood, position and Use a Washington. July 29. Aocordlnsr to dispatches from Captain General Mact a.3 of Porto F'.ico to the Spanish govern ment. the American troops which land ed ar Ouanira on Monday bfra their advance toward T-auco on Tuesday and ensrad in Sim? skirmiahinu with a force of TOO Spanish regulars and volun- I teers un.ler Lieutenant Colonel Pul on i the evening and nlffht of that day. At daybrak Wednesday, according to Oen eral Macias' report, the Americans re- iien Doob M an :" ino. i. A. : AiTen for the Cosmopolitan Dres.i Bairern 10 an' H. COROSk'Y & CO., Proprietors. COMBINATION CASH STORE, OPPOSITE DEPOT SQL'APE. :or a te ( iia.r V.'-i;. raffoTd tin lav ;t the :d in -YONDERFUL LETTERS To HALEY THE TAILOR. For the next 30 day we wii! offer the balance of our SUMMER STOCK -f. of r w i i i..i-..i.i ru ' n ' J at ;..'- uTiin Of , in Ka.-t Cori:.tb. ' Mi,- Ivlirh Allen h.:r aont have ---.ne .-:;:!, S,-..c ;i l;r;,.f M:,:, i.oiii.-o !:. U',i.-t'-r. X. If., h vXtini' -. Tapibi for a. fcv da Mayor Joim . ;).V lis ru iOvT; gardless of cost bejrinninjf on .r'1"' cnhr'tl tinnife Bo.! MUNDAY, JULY n, 1898. and son have to visit for a :e of Northtield . Ira. Lawrence rlrm of Cook & 1 the city on busi- :'. to Old Orchard f week to spend 1 speak tomorrow atriotic celebra-, 'Soot- of East Barre drove m tl.-itr n .ionl.b,' Clr: w:uwa ror ometning to -drop.' teams this - morning and " from here j An',1 T"1 U ,J:d' f"r lh! manaer ot tht! took the electrics to Dewev Park i ,:lal)' kmwa. r m' ot V-u under the w here they are holding a picnic." j '?? " Bom proceeded to de- krm t, ... , , , , liver his not act to a:l the members of Mrs. John VV . Gordon and daughter I rhe dub who had lhKd l0 tiV, Miss Edhan efton the D.50 train this ,it7 a,ors tor th,ir wotk n rnormn. Mrs. Gordon will remain m tn(S ,T;lnil u,c within our drr llQlir,. uu""' 'Jver anniay ami l.iaian1 will visit Miss Marie Burroughs in Ver-i gen lies. The bills are out announcing the op ening of Dewey Park Wednesday, Aui. :ld, under the aaspice of Court" Ethan Alien N'o. 2, F. of A. There will be a picnic with all kinds of sports, and .lancing afternoon and evening, with good mn.sio in attendance. Admission to the grounds will be free. MEN'S, BOYS' and CHIT DKEN'S CLOTHING and GENT'S Ft'IJ NfSm.NG GOODS re- ' BASE BALL. It is announced that there wiil be a game of ball at Highgate springs on Saturday, August 13, between the Mont pelier stars and the Barre Rushers. The game will he for a purse of $2.'j anil Brown ami Tennev are booked as ba'.tery for the Stars, with Murphy and j 'f i cu.t ior tae itusiiers. ; J 41 I ATTENTION ! Quarry Boys, Pure Leaf, L L Ponies, Royal Savage ARE TheGisrars to Smok For Sale Everywhere. L. Lewin, M'gr. 180 No. Haiti 5t. B-arre Vt company o Old ir w ir.ii hard : .biirviof Manches Mr. and Mrs. M. 1 iiirdon is in (,'hel sea AT THE How His Work is Ap preciated by a Lead ing Washington Co, Clergyman. Standard Clothing Store. Co. Wrr.r.rAH.sTowv, Vt., June 6, 8. Mr. D. I. Hat-ey, -Montpelier, Vt. I hahe enclosed a letter which yon are at, liberty to publish Uc.t my ai natnre. 5 x.' . lour worx 175 Main St., 4Clil.ES Bf.OCK, - B.U:f!K, VT. Levin Bro3., Props. City Taxes p.oaaes x lutein! 10 nave ail my c at your establishment. Iiespectfi'i!ivT USV. P. I'. WOMF.R. The letter referred to is as follows: Wrr.r.r.uf.Tow.v, Vt., Ju.-.e o, ",, To wi.om ii may concern : Whhfn the pan few years I have occasion to patronize some ot the tirst-clas- tailor:',.' eta.b!ishments of Boa ton, Mass., Spri.-.fieU, Mass., liart ford, Conn.. .New Haven. Conn., Pitts burg, Pa., Columbus, O., St. Paul, Cinn., and e!.-e:vheri, but I have never had more satisfactory work done for me than has been done hv Mr. I) i) j Haler, of Montpelier, Vt". ' " Aiy friends say that the suit he, re- cently made for rne is the rno-t bioom-j ing they have ever seen me wear. And; the astounding feature of the case j. that his rates are but a little more than -half what is usually eh at wed. i I feel ftoefider.t in saying that any-j one who patronizes the establishment1 of Mr. Haley once will be sure to go a' second time. ' I Kespectfully, Hr.v. V. p. Womkf:, Pastor Cong. Chiirch The tax payers in the Citv of Barre are hereby notified that the Citv Council have this day placed in my hands the rife bill for the vear 1 !) amounting i in the whole to two hundred and sixrv me so well that! two fit;nlj! fn f'a';b dollar of the Grand made1 ,A't ot City. Von are further notified that Kv ' jdajstVom the date of this notice arej "vr.., llJt y,, arj(j fjn Ot VOU f-.- th . calm No. ;io will ho this evening at :n the third decree, mnrnfil from Boston there he elected tire in.:,c ;- ami ru uv.e.s tor hn- new block. Frank and Miss Amy Cleveland and a number of E.-ct Montpelier friends are .ending the da.v at Woodbury pond. Hon. Z M. Jf.in.-nr of Newport was iy atternoon and Mrs. A. E. At- TIIE DC; CAME BACK. The family of Rev. Dr. S. 2 .fack.on were highly elated last evening wheal their valuable dog was returned to them after bcinr lost for several H. Ti, plaintiff in the f manner in' which he was located The Bosa said thiit if any member of the club ever attain dared t.) stand un for a nie ruber of the city council, or any other city official, he would find hi 'friends singing -His funeral's touior 'r.r.v". The Boss siarted to read the ' t'.ames to the members to whom he re j ferred. but he was not allowed to do so, : for the dude hit him in the eye and set ' tlal him for the remainder of the meet- ing. One of the question which came i up id .u.scu,-.,iou i, uie action of the GENERAL MACIAS. i . i f rr ,i(n in,-.! I In ciJrln.L, .- ..-.). ' ...... '-4'"" couuijciior me ; turned to the positions which they had ;ci,y o milling to our-.de parties who had ; formerly occupied. The Porto Ricans, . engaged buiidmg cur.ters from Concord, j in the opinion of General Maeias, are ; N". fl. to cut the granite for the build- ! indifferent to the result of the American ing. Here is the verbatim opinions of I invasion. the sang on this question. " i A ;3Pat.-h from Madrid by way of Said the dude. -Xow mr dear bov ! BUrritz that aa soon as Minister luce you sav that fhe'eifv counc'il "r Int'!rwr Capdepon learned that have for mrten Fri.1 rtr,:,,.-, mter raaaca nan puoiicly (MmttW I,-,-- f'- i , L" i the successful landing of General Miles ha.e t. wort performed by Barre ! at Ouanica he Issued an order forbid. workmen Ion honor by jove I should din? the transmission of the statement Liunk the city council won id remember j to the provinces. the action of the meeting. I real I v i Marehin on p. think by jove, we better secure- an in-! The dis'ance from Guanlca bay, wher junctuvn. VV hat do you think my dear ! Genera! Mil's landed, to Yaueo is only Mien." And they all replied -An in- i -'Ur mile?, but, there being- no road junction, send tae dude after it.'" the mnervenmf marshy plain, our ext came tnat me ml. WILLIAMS COLLECTIO:, AGENCY, JACKMAX BLOCK. 3irr,, Debts Collected, WE ARE THE COLLECT i.d " COLLECT on Kl REASON V. iOW Hi'. T; i Xo charge in A I Xo Me J.T. CALLAGHAN'S C0.TE5TIC AND FANCY BAKER V, Spe.aal meeting o uOck to work i ft. Currier ic-t evening' v a was! .Next came tnat n:e.r,b...r fr .r,, : fi,.-. i cr"c'ps vnti nave to overcome consider. u.te inferestinar. CVmstn.l-.to v n ' i,-- i , -' .. . .: : 1 -.hracif hct-,ra n. ,, , , - . u. ...m line aim uere is wa.it ue -ant --I ' '"-' i'-n auc.j, l.itchar.an was in .South W rr) h,, .. ... a. .... .. ' . at the foot of the tow mr.i,in. t ,k ,r n,r T -.I -I. ., " . . , 0Ut 11 W "lre t ' interior Is the place to get ail kind are health v. wholesome a .t t. out toz made ' iKe to know if rnis citv u in wiMiueei v) neip sialic oirsi'ie parti EMEIiSO.V VS ni'XTER. vc-t-r Bev. and in Hie cir stopped with water. Mrs. L. A. Houghton is having the grounds about her new house nn Vm-th St., graded today. Henry Ellis Main is doi ng the work. .r.ii McEckroyd of Albany, N'. Y. nas been awarded the nh skviigiits an ! m On pjyourrefM;tive taxes at this ctllce and if not paid on or before the mh dav ot Se litem -jir next, a w:irru,r ;t!t i- ..n T.t: !Ssni':i'I, r.o oots added. Br ut H City of Barre 'he ( 'oliector and taal- Wf.i Vr. U.t). Haley, the a new letter of pub eolumn. Mr. Hale r.s. City Trea..-urei fuly 1 1, ls!,. talented tailor, die interest in anoi y seems to be abb please poop he! ii talkini' ; so v.-e!l about it. that rhcy car, -Mfss Kirk of Montreal, spe. i.-d a for Xew England States and Ciiiebec the most perfect, simple and rca-ona oldies tailoring sy .turn of garratrnt . "''-s op.aicii a scuooi tor time at Airs. Weaker'-, 0 ia.rie wnere SliiIK' to icr to :do nt t for noon f ir-t -on o Ml. Mcnt . Monti; : ing at. Mr. If do:.!, of ( !md To look in i' i An ai-c ferd.i.:- ;' Of l)r.w f'l :r : I.ClV F. Haw,. from C -t. to o.: nil M.-.r contract to fur etal ceilings for org. OIV I ye-rcrday after Mann's house on I I y G. I. dack.-on .; 1 1 ; i i-r ;cr we; r. Xicli 'd (. Hoi i ra Lad. I of N'orh Of East m town i-ferdav visit ef Burlington, Snperinfen if ruction for the New Eug .oii'1: C'o. vva- in the citv r this new line ye-terd:u . icnt was .altered into res ide: it liing privileges I a ib ; tfday morning and while looking j of the window of the hotel saw the en the street. He immediate! : . VV UJ ,na" Pwe"iion of I would rather like to know if thi citv h.m with the result that the dog accom-; has any bu,iocss to furni,h ile foV panted him to Barre. j the whoi, confounded wor.d. I shouM I think we ought to have a htrb. i,in,a. thing to say about the matter. What does the city attorney say about it any way:' This was the end of the dead line kicker, and he said no more, for just then he was told that he was wanted to come up on Becfcley street and witness the water spring row which was report ed to be in full bloom, so he left us vf ithout even saving o-ood bve This ended the diieus-Tion on this rioinf mil ..II tU,. r , r ' ""' "" lu-.pt-oujr oas to sav in answer to these kickers i, that the vote taken was that B.irre help should be employed when possible, we under-tami that it isiiinpo--ih:e to secure a sufficient number of idie granite cutters, so they na.e been engRgd trom Com;ord. I ' ju..t :i IIIUC lor lo , : and pie, and nothing ei-i , tne appearance of a s'rav 1 tam.e, adjourned ; leavin His Bun- wiil please the t,;,i; f And out of irrief they'll t..k- tae . They'll make you dance tae li g-j.: For they make the little children -Ta Ra Ra Boom I'e Ar. LOSS w tth again, .as -m g rbe I'.Li'IC to The rr;. T. C vi i iilaghan of be signed iit'-ied im:i urnmer St. wiil instruct ladie- de jecome prolicient. in this u.rt Cia.,-s hours to 7, ami 7 to l p. ni s.e.nuiess ami ila.rt.lesi w:i.i.-t, i are invited. road pel ii peo COI:c H: soon. erintcade.i' ill run two tonight to : t wl o wi j -laitii, of the electric '.Mra cars to Jlont ::oinodare the Barre to a:rend the band oro urrir-d 1 1 1 rs a .- .'iMMaii v. Fresh lot California Cherries, I'inm and other Fruits at L, M. Averili's ' ; oi .-"tore vac it, on -o.-nt New Vork ai:d .Maine. Very ilea s.inf time. .. -f. Flytu, and I'. ( Biiriington ;i:.d eicinc r tne ( 'ombinafion today from a two in Mas-achussetts. repons a He are told that the fun between Tom Kmerson and Ross Hunter of Beckley street is still going on. Tom's story is that he boxed up the spring because the Cordiner boy kept putting in stiefcs. stones, etc. Ffe M..im. that the Cordiner .boy broke the tirt lock am! Hunter broke the second. Tom put on a third lock last night ami vnicn bis daughter went to the spring Hunters folks appeared, and a! war of words followed. Accordin"- to i report it ended by Tom's daughter tak-i ing up ner nosi.ionon th.h-,- i. nun er seated on the bank above j tools tor breaking the lock soon a.- sue got up. I The !-!, i- i-......, . . . " n"" .rji ami i"m i uoro nave walked back and forth vainly tning to hush if. whii i,., neighbor- gathered around to enjov the run. The situation continued thus" for some lime only being varied by Tom's cnanging places with his daughter and ' giving the a.-sembly valuable "points as to the state of affairs. j About ten o'clock hewever the Emcr- i son s gave up the field and retreated to I a new base within their own house. Ii! is alleged that Hunter then swooped ! down and broke the lock for the third time. Iom remarks that when a I tain lawyer returns to the city Hunter and Cordiner may have occasion to atign on the other side of iheir mouths As of earn, soda the club at op in the dis- ithout ceremony a.s the sole conin.'in v of rn.-. ,.-i,...,". neighborhood their tormentor the" . I.Vsff.i Toj.. comparatively easy. From Tau -o a railroad runs 22 miles to Ponce, the I second largest city In Poriu Rico, it is "-eral Mil-s' intention to seize this road and or-rate it. A dispatcK'from Madrid says that the authorities at San Juan have sunk a vessel in the narrow channel of the har bor sc. that entrance is effectually blocked. The war department Is awaiting a re port on the matter by General Miles So far all that has been learned has come from Madrid, but its correctness is not doubted, so far as the state ment that the fighting has begun Is '- 'ii' ern-.-o. A iTransport Picked Vp. Th , rjisr Cincinnati picked up the transport Mobile off Sa Juan and es corted her southwest to Cav Cutebra land. For fear that the torn-,-!,, ,sa stroyer Terror and the Cirlos II might attempt to escape from San Juan har oo r tae Cincinnati pn-ii. ... M.J.Colbeck &Soii real in ad 1 i.ie Cincinnati r-mii n.i an the blockade lina. On board the Mobile are the Sixteenth Pennsylvania, two companies of the iumoi9 ana an ambulance '"ri'a- i.m men in all aie .- cas:--s or typhoid transport. aJH t'nito;1,?tat cruiser Columbia, southeast of San Juan: has PIrf,J ii.:i tne i. ran. runh i-riinsport Ni. 30, HouseFinishiogSupplies DOOR5, SASHES, BLINDS, and BtlLD- ERS HARDWARE. and There ever on the Caught By Our Line. He WJLUAHSTOWJi. The been granted a pension of 1; . Kennedy V. K. X; of i .sh Widow of v-eternn A Cl,,.. r . , , - " v. O. Ill,- J t i.iu.e na. a month. Mrs. Anna ( lly Special Wire.) j Just as we go to press the follow i answers came by wav of iUrrU :-?. i aud Bear swamp. ilcre they are : ' I I If any member of the city" council is I , opposed to the drum of the MtvatV-n ' j-W it may be because it is a remind- I er of unpieasaut events of the past I But we have yet to learn that anr mem- ! ber ot pleM j kh tne c.oie- mu, : of that article which takes the place of 1 the army. ' ' tv e were not aware tin c.,-..-.. n: i T a - ...l.i l - i.ran.i imi. . ... i-u.. ues ana carrying a r,.in r.t troops und-r Brigadier f?,eral Wilson. Advices receive , St Thomas from nan Juan say the Spanish troops there are be:r.? withdrawn from the smaller towns and coa-ntrated in sfl i, ' .1 ,1 A fen a .V,, i... " --ii VU cii-y against G attack. Bolster's Warehouse Vermont freight Forsvth & Ingram; rear t ' eneral Miles" Xash t mmtui - . . - e in the citv, wh-ru th.-v held ,. 1 rv w UP ner Pan for '-wit- i t ru or-vortkn ... Haley, the Tailor, 5 Hairi St., Hontpelier, Vt. Our English Breakfast any dealer in Barre, and everybody savs r, r t all. h not sold by it beats tliem Ave rill. Wo da works of wholesale and retail. hon "i C'o. a fre. h cor.-igr.mci.t of i ire- ucsci ipi.ion-. v iii sell at i ayette, Mendel OH, AIN'T IT HOT? Let's go into CA.TPBhLL'S and get some of his delicious ICE CREAM. He keeps all flavors, yoU know- He has a special price on large orders. 22 & 24 N. Main St leren;.: with Attorney Richard A, Hoar regarding railroad mutters. . .McLean split hi., second finger on the left hand while practicing justbefore the ball game last eveninir at fVntr-it park, flu was unable to' play as the linger pained him quite badly. Mi.-s Ada ,. Sherburn goes to St. A loans to day, on a visit to "her brother Rev. L. O. hherburn ami" family, later " " !IU propose to visit Montreal j and spend some days in that city. I i-i-anc-is Eaton and Miss Ella Oushman , of Randolph and .Mr. f f Hi and Miss Dan i fortl1 r't Boston arc in the citv. tnr,r.ir.m lessor's. They are returning ''irriagc drive to Uir'hate Benedict Frankum was man and couducror ,.re,..i . . : uu mm, m or,:er t0 ttU . - ; what the women who hailed the car did I want, r he motormen are very obibnu ' young fe lows, and if you use them Cl : there wiil be no reason to complain. j W by those granite china j ill re- Mn front of the entrance t, Cen al r rk since e do not undertake to say. Th,1 , , i - - ..w ill; k, I ..... ("un iuiy and August, because she was not aole ,n the time, to get the instruction s..: nerseir needed to carry on the work I PARK BLOCK. Why suffer with Corns when vou cai nave them removed without pain by Mm. S. M. Yohk, 12 Kirn St. Hops, Malt and Root Beer E.vtr.iets. Lowest Prices. L. M. Avcriil. !at W. H. from a ' Springs. r. He, , o-iiiori a tne Congr h; as resigned his ! been a very hard nut for base ball or foot ball. Mrs. Orville H. Briggs has not till .euuy oeen aoie to sit up at all iujui ui aume weeks ao I lt,,or. tf II- 1, . . P , J "a'u""i? been al"' .someone said season uu L, ei!mt,.am this i fP'C oa tae P of some ,,, . """o"' .-viiiiiu win go to UUI3 woo are uueiaea Acaiicmy the coming term. Probably many of our own citizens will be happily surprised to learn that m the eleven years, since the railroad was bunt there has been an increase of over three hundred per cent in the per sonal property of the town, and , crease of C per cent in the nnmber of taxable polls. Despite the decline ,.f STUMP PENCILS MASCOTS. Member, of C.oth.m", Stock Exch.nge 8c e- .-.o..,u, ABout l.iMi Sticks. "Talkiiig about hoodoos and mas cots, satd a member of the Stock Ex ciian, "the boys on the fl.xir of the !all M, snPerstiti' as a lot of ' ;r;, " don't believe it. you look at the lead pencils they are usins the next time yon are ia the buildiu V on won't find a man using a lon ead penci . Why? Became a long "I " 'hoodoo' of the worst kC aiways cut a new pencil ia half before they sharpen it. Some of thei rKuls ac,uire the reputation of Just Remember When on your wav pelier that our Ice Creams, and Sodas are far anted cf all iters, and that our table service . . tuufiicr stoots, vil for complaint. El a M, "0 yi Huntingrton's Restaurant, State Street, : : Mintoc:;,;- T ItKNT.- Inig More, ding. Rooms over l Inquire of W. be Parlor H. Olnd- Corne to the Home Bakery, 20 Film street, for your ice erearn. Myra L, Grceti, Proprietor. C.A.SOLINE. W;; deliver it to any point, in tne citv. (live your order to our order clerks or eaw; I hem at the store. Oopot .Sipiare. 'l.vl.l; Sc Bi kmam. W.V.VTKI.-fy , reliable and evperi ad iirocii'l i.i.in a po-itiun. wiJiit, ""I i "I work, inquire at I Kl o Otlli'. ' ' nc- In i: in sa '.: iO; 1'ii.pc is to enicr college lie is obliged to spend a rime studying, lnring Hr. doe W. Jackson, he 1 . i.i i " L , t: 1 1' 1 1 ' I j . .1 il.'j; ;:ii,. no and an a.s-istatit will iirob'ablv be By the ing foolish ami freaky riUesHons : vv nen will the trolley be on time? 111 11 er be COld weather Why not have the city secure' t' i electric watering r ... tU lereased nearly 17 percent in thee j 'f th '-""".any water the sL!"' nile ,t is bfdieved that the en- Kh.aP..' the P'vr to run it , - "inur.; '-'e might be an "Less than a week ago I came down without my nei.fil i;t "u ome people to is a luckv ' nZLZ L VJ tne wa-v' 1 11 was due to! niivle with'thatrii:!:enioraDf,nm " of the neichJ for TKaCil res?lt3 ln Profit not in love with either! Wend on he fiZ.l ,n e, 70U1 mP about .atach ta, -U W ean use that; it's a Snre enonirh. r , u. ' the mnTOi-:.: lwo aeaisi . ana each netted handsome profit. "I Was abonr in . ut we rather an argument. firiP ft ttf nm r. - - i ' same rontflMm. i ..n.. me ioiiow- fiucsa ii. was to answer Whii'b rxria 1 siioeriiiteiidf.nf I values of farm nmn.. I -. .' , , "i ,, . i 'T"ij msuiiieiijiot in sund iv school. Mr I a.l portions of the if.nm ' . . k : . - ' in mo a me iuife ! L"T. A niunll ron Spaniel about ii4( Or SI.V llllinlhs r.l.l I. ... I .. E. .. I . ." 1 . . ..line si.. III! . :, . , r i ie,-t, io- rriiiav. pointed Sunday. Frank Miller ; will will l,c reiv.ir.le.1 by returnirc' the ,: Vt "'' Corninert inl Hou-e. Kinder .Hue irre, nro RJTVT.-.V fi,iir-r.K.rned tenement n o'c- '' I"',,lirR at 'ill.Ki.C.CM cciveil a severe sclIu i wound on the head yesterday afternoon j while at uoik on the Miles' block. Mil ! l-r is i-iigiiieer and while he was stand ing near the engine in front of the block a large book dropped and struck him on llic head. Two gashes were cut in the scalp, one Icing an iuol, and a half long t!ie on, Ts a a inch. nr. X dressod the wounds. in the f-d am! i me good deal of ! .Vf'a no : ausct.ee of ; population, bm nearly, or is been acting i doubled meantime. at! Mi.-s Aiiniu McKi.e left for her home - : in cui.iua cist i rmrsria lew weeks Sun ay to be' absent a I,,- Vti.l ll . . . ' J lu'iiwex water tl.er other injunction, 11 'L-. l .. . ny no an th.. , eoph. mer Wheatlev has hn.l a i,o..i tune with rheumatism of late having ben confined to'thc bed wilh it. Daughlers have recently been born to r.-i, v. .ia.k-.ori, Harley Marlin Joe Murray. and their r,r,w..,.. :. ' "f""ail " is put in "ewtori Waste Basket Mistakes. i;M.i'0 in gold Store until An". offered bv i Ik- Bin,. 2filh I'ik I and 0110,11 iro about tl.i.i, (lf, Sfn-l' & i'lady, Blue Store I)efot .Souare. " CASTOR! A For Infanta and Children. Tfie Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the sJjf .g ii'iri'; i A r arty of. noun; i la-' c fulfill" to be hi r Week s.i: iud.iv. The of about i-u vcuu ' in penjil.; niet at the of Mr. :, I Mrs. H. M. Burriharn oui ci j i i icci,. i M -u, tor an icrlm pond n,..xt 'arty will consist pie. They ex pect to -lay f i ii days or two weeks and nave engaged one of t:wai t's cottage . Mrs. II. X. Burnliam will chapcrone the party HV TflF. OFFICE KID. Kid has an iniitntinn m ii,,. i.. . I-.utv whi. l, the bachelors' club t.ronose t" .we l fll;o,ge. It w indeeil a great. ; off at..i uii.".vp,.,;(e. event. We may issue! an extia cli..i f (,e basket. 'j Theie wiil b,; n i,t of western trips! mailt.' by Burns people next unri,,., n, thai the adwiw-e has beon mwleTn the pr.co or value of real estate? The ick be a high "'"i sav a Won u. :. to ibe list at a lo- r... When shall we have ti. . line from this ..,C . ".w ""Iroa.L f round the ip.arri;.,? ,Mirr in..., . " nas become of fl junction which a., to U city hall operation.,? U'l... " "'in ire we er,in.t day for Corniiur,- E P"puia.r subscnpr.o,)' down a boat losd ,,f j,., ibif the ball g-,.mf. u "' .; my simper rumored placed on to have that j(;,j Better have a send them ant! ilere, take thi. hnv. iKU" ana let they lase wh-ifl. tbo lea,i P"it you:ferr Lr yon as inimical S, ",wa resard tke s f 7a 1 'trl , efjf 'heni nldu't 'onsim-raMv tlT f Ml w Legal Blanks, Conditional Sale, Wa. Assignment, Counts iu Debt on J.c ment, Sheriff ,Sa!c Notices, Atta ment Receipts, Subpicaas W and Jury, City aud Justice Writ?, Grauite Manufacturers" uucis, uranite Cutters' Appron'i-v' Indentures, Notes, Receipts, etc. The above aie constantly in s:., ; Special Blanks of any kind to ordc ii"i Co; C' F. W. CUMINCS Job Printing Office, City Building, "3 North Main St., - l;.i;,-c. x on. on pie ind having f will ring For Sale Tiff; vf VV Cfl.T.. To ItKN'T. One Eastman Blojk. ''sirable oihY,. -n it. ?o7":f"'-o'';;Jr ni:.. House of ro. fontaiaili!; f .;;r st . :. -xl" !l nx-iuf.iiit.l on Hailnvul street. iueaiN.ve.r..i-rtv Fl l.P on monthl anient;, i',.',:. i'h i in n .'II !! oi:;r.l GIRDEN HAWES. w:i (irillin 1!1K.. North Barre. reliable article l e . xmnS this crillrigh ', oi '"'ur8 ''vorsh,d,So.I,;is,.,,iW"t'8' ,U,t, OO'