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1 CIMlt '') cents i?:5.00 press Dili: 111''!'1'1' dm' ''-!'' NO 101 13 Alll IE, VT., SATURDAY, AUGUST (, 1808. P1UCE ONE CENT TERMS: ii The Weather. tonight inul Sunday , .icieiiivt'i'st winds, , ..,,,. ii..,..i,;i.;iij t';.;e;.!' 'HE ie store! IN XI T in-', , r I'mli r(Ul. ,1 we. ki.uw it. Dbi Ou: OVER TICALLY Understood That rclk.iS may be Saved ,;,,. i.rs'liv taking admit-$ .... , ; Y;t we offer for tliis S .. .hirnir ihe month while & 8 ii l';.i; .! sr.ni W i-ri- " willi vis. I fs ',P'rS-llTi It IS i-HKI.L. Sf ?5 -t-i ouaui I la To Our A 1 & 1 n's Heavy S liiie;., i huis. t he , fur - Veal Calf lop poll! l regular is ,V i ii! Crai.i Shoes, top),j i-i : In- kiml that stone JjS , , -rv other laboring )" ::';! 'like; a regular jij , . iv - - - )fx lerms l'.IHT aif. k I VX .-si.' grades in Satin a amraroo kid, ,5 .all at )0e. )i and Ii ;.,tn (!(-. I'.ViTY e ri inijii il ls . I.e -a veil on every.; shecs offered l-v us,i; ft warranted or money! iilier the store and the m COL. 0. D. CLARK RETURNS TO IOSTPELIER. From Gtiickamuga, D. A. McLEOD VISITS CO. E. " She starts ! she moves ! she seems to feel The thrill of life along her heel ! " But smoother still than gliding ships, With keener thrill and safe from slips, To coast a hill on the Col. Clark Returns. i Opposing Annexation. iiiMi Yermo'nt, & BRADYj levois iew . . ... .... Prices ii Two, few 98' Wheels la!el Improvements -oid fur S.'iO.UO that I ill - 11 now for bo I $31.50. ,! lliriii. W. Nichols" v HO SELLS .i. c I'lAXOS :.'"' ORGANS ,'.;:!":! I s kwixu v 1 MACHINES onuyax, .Montpclicr, ; inn i far mrtir nhtrs. i--y b! 5 A--' i oimitional Sale, Wages' i at, Counts in Debt on Judg vicilll' Sale Notices, Attach 'n i-ipts, Subpienas Witness iy, dry and Justice Court 'u.iati! Manufacturers' Con .;;iiiile Cutters' Appre iitice' Notes, Kcceipts, ete. .ki.ve me. constantly in stock, i! l'.iaiiks uf ,u,y kind to order. Montpelier, Vt., Aug. 6. Col. Os man D. Clark of the First Regiment Vermont Volunteers, returned at 6.30 leave of absence from his command at Chiekainausra. His home coming is particularly sad, because instead of ; being greeted by.his father ho comes home id attend his funeral. Col. Clark had not 4 word a'wut his fathers death until coaling from the junelioa last evening lo tins cu. jneu ho was informed by friend.-) wao lint r-oue down ep vlin ,' to meet him. It was one of the last things he had ex pected and aff vie 1 him greatly for a few minutes. Col. Clark is looking well. He is browned by a tropic.il sun and heat that is of sullkienl strength to bake beans In the sand. His skin looks fresh and healthy, not wilhs'an ling the fa-jt that he has been troubled the last few weeks with malarial fever which rages in that section in place of e .lds. Col. Clark has lost som in iles'.i, yet it would hardly be noticeable. . " .i 1 ..r .j lime h:ikiuir hiti Is 1 ue L.0111 iwi " j " ! today.' His m my friends were, glad t ) , . . .1 :.. v..r scni lathi.ed i see nun oach "' - with him that he should be greeted by , a messenger of dealh, from which, how ever, there is no esc ipe. The Vermont bays aru looked oil as one of the m . lei regiment, in the park. There have been o",o()') men inthepar, . .,-o 'w an 1 there" during mo ll:lsl '" ' are about 15.000 at the prese.u The Vermont boys gave less trouble than anv of the others. Col. Clark hardly expects Mo boys will be sent to l'orio Uico. He says he received word from S,uator 1 rwtor before leaving that he had reeived as surances that the boys would go, yet he has his doubts if they leave this country . U.l.cv are sent they would undoubted ly have to do garrison duty. He savs the boys are anxious to go. however. They want to move any where. Theyd-t care w.iero it is, if i, u milv over the fcu :e. UVUU IA U- ! - The illness in Ihe Vermont, camp been due greatly lo ue arc very oau. San l-'raueisea, Aug. G The labor council here has adopted a resolution opposing the annexation of the Philip oiues on the ground that the conditions 1 whwh--w- thnv wpubl bo-t immtsBtoH our government and be an especial in jury to the working people. Nothing S:i):t of Crims. Columbus, O., Aug. aker in a letter, regan nines says lie thinks it li. Seaator For ling the Philip- ports in the name of Dr. Candhlo Diaz dated Havana Apr. 18th. There was no life belt on the body and it is believed he went down with the ISourgognc. Bring would be noth ing short of crime to relurii them to the "ovcrnmeut of Spain. He feels that the i I'nitcd Sta'es lias a mission clearly ap pointed by divine Providence in the I whole matter and we fad to fully niani j fesl its purposes if we allow the Philip j pines to remain under the yoke. Destroyed By Fire Jacksonville, 111. Aug. li. Roths child's Clothing Co. in the Tomlison iilock, Odd Fellows Temple, was burn ed this morning and many larire firms were gulled by the flames. The loss is estimaied at SU'o.OOO. Knight Templars Convene Pittsburg, Pa., Aug O.Tho grand parade of tho Knights Templar during til Here MM. of ils kind the tr'ieiiuiai conclave to lie 1 1, is to he the lines!, show ever seen in this country. In anticipation of early peace with implar pomp anil Spain the ...splay ot lemp.ar ,,.,mx. .. ,u"h them, but in addition ..raiideur is to be turned into a glorious , tWg Qeneral Sternberg has in view 1 " ..... .i J . v.ra tho hraeiner mo celebration of American victory ana compliment to the army and navy. .1.1 .i f. tnr ilm first time in 1 lie uuitniu - - . . ... 1 11 i, the history ot the lempia.s m u formed in miliiary lines and many of -nnimanderv and officers will be Heroes of the recent battles on sea and land. ol Printing Office, as the eam; is has - ar-This doctors one of Cily Luilding, : N eil, Main St. Harrc, Vt- vILLIAMS COLLECTION AGENCY, a i.;, HI.OGX, Barre, Vt. Qii Collected, VK hi.; ; :i:.l.F.CTOUS WHO . .,.i.i.rr uii know Tin: KH.WiN WHY. ....i.n-.'nielitS. W ton "caul.' l be explainc ii.-n tlie Vermont the cleanest, in the park The' soil is as hard as brick. 11 not over four inches deep ana und, .. . ,..1..., r hard irravel. r''- vegetation is worn off. wlud. is bd e edtobo the cause of holding the malar- ial conditions. Accept Our Terms. Madrid, Aug. rThe Spanish re- , l-nited Slales, which u the Assjenitoii r.n s uie Went Up In Smoke. Hamburg, Aug. li. A lire on the ()s- walk quay last night caused a spontane ous combustion in the cotlon and des I roved a million 111 irks in merchandise. No Reply Washington, Aug. 0.-II can bo stat ed definitely and positively that no word of Spain's final action on the Am erican peace terms hnsbeen received up to noon at the war department or at the French embassy. ulv to 111 ,11. lelltS of . i.i .1. -nil horitv :c::;r,: - - i H.i, morning pn'vh te- s to the Ca'oi- Spanish Spy ( nnso N. S., Aug. li, The schooner I'lurcnce arrived this niorniiig and re ports having picked up a body off Sable Island- - Papers were found in the clothing and a draft of 21 j thousand francs and pass- Thos Nhw t rnce to Help Sliafler's Army Home. Washington, Aug. '6. The war de partment has ordered the large fleet oi transpoita at I'once to proceed to San tiago, there to join with the transports already at Santiago in bringing General Shatter's army back to this country. There are ten large transports in the fleet at Punce, some' of them, like the Mobile, having a capacity ot 1.000 men. In all they have a capacity of 6,510 men. This, with the capacity of the Bhips al ready at Santiago, will give a carrying strength of over 12,000 men at a trip. In addition to the transports announc ed by the war department as being ready at Santiago it now appears that the Orizaba, capacity 650 men,' is also available. The Yale will also be brought into this service In the course of a week davs. At present she is to be utilized In conveying General rea Grant's brigade to Porto Rico, after which she will return by way of Tanti ago and take on a load of Shafter's men. With the arrival of Shafter's army in this country every facility wilt be given to the troops to recuperate. This will apply not only to the sick, but to the well, as it is appreciated that the hard ships through which the men have gone must have taxed the vitality even oi the strongest. There will be no yellow fever cases brought to this country, as such cases can be best handled without removal. ThP less serious cases of sick ness, not involving contagion, will be brought here if the patients are con valescing to n point where removal will be advantageous. . Surgeon General Sternberg has in view ' several points for patients and convalescents. The actual hospital sta tion will probably be located at Mon ,i, -point, where a field hospital for DOO patients is being prepared, in addi tion to the 'hospital equipment which General Shafter's forces will Dring LU two fine locations, where the bracing moun tain and lake air will help convales cents to recovery. These points are Fort Ethan Allen, Vermont, and the army post at Plattsburg, N. Y. The latter point la on Lake Champlain and the former in the bracing latitude of the mountains. General Sternberg has no purpose of making these points hos pital camps, in the ordinary sense of the word, where severe cases will be han dled but only to make them available for the convalescents already well on the way to recovery, who need good air and surroundings to bring them com nletely back to lualth. Kach post will accommodate. t-ome 500 to S00 men. The order designating them for this purposs has not yet been made, but General Sternberg doubtless will make the rec ommendation for their use. in,. im,,.Pssion that there Is a differ ence of opinion between-the medical of ficers at Santiago ana muse at Well ington on the question of removing the troops of Shatter's-army is said to be without foundation, as it is pointed out that Surgeon General Sternberg's office has maintained from the first that the army should be removed as fast as the military situation would permit. It is said, however, that the military situa tion' in the common custom of field op erations, dominates the medical situa tion and that the latter must shape it self to the military requirements. Gen eral Stcrnbeig felt that It would be dis- ttiR trooos to remain at Santiago through the late summer and early fall months, as these are most likely to breed serious cases of yellow fever In the event that a removal was .',.uii.i.-. hi-enuse of the military sit uation then It was General Sternberg's ,,,.) tin. ramus be removed as view iiui - - , j,,,.. .... ...ocitilA from nomts of in Fperuiiy fection and new camping ground back of Santiago b" cstu.oiisnea. 1). A. McLeod who left hero last February for Littlo Rock, Ark. started home last Sunday and on his way drop ped in at Camp Thomas to make a call upon the boys of Company E with most of whom he was accq'uainted. He found the boys in good condition and in happy spirits and was given a rousing welcome each man from the Captain down was vicing with his mate in showing hospitality.. The health of Company It. is better than that of any other company in the regiment and they hare stood the hard ship better than any other company. At the time he was there there were two members of the company in the hos pital, William Fraser and William Rust, but allhouLdi thev had been quite ill they had entirely recovered anil will return to duty in a few days. They are very busy all the timo doing drill, guard duty and other work. Bert Cayhuo sent back his razors because he did not havo timo to use them, Mr. McLeod brought back a bottle of the water which tho boys are obliged to drink. Tl 0 water had been boiled, but it was just about as clear as thai in tho Stevons branch after a week's thunder storm. The boys all look about the same ex cept that they are much thinner. Fred bruce has dropped from 200 to 155 lbs. Bert Cayhue, however, is very fleshy. They are very poorly clothed but on account of the climate they do not mind that at all. Somo of the boys go around with nothingon but their under clothing and Mr. McLeod was inform ed that they were still wearing the state clothing what there was left of it, The principal subject of conversation was tho Porto Rican expedition. In conversation with thorn Mr. McLeod found that the general sentiment is that they are very anxious to go to Porto Rico if they are to bo used in active ser vice, but if they arc to be used for gar rison duty only, they are not so much in favor of it. Each one of the boys has a collection of relies from the old battlefield of which they are very proud. The quarters of Ihe Vermont regi ment are better than those of the other regiments because they are shaded by trees, and considering everything they are not badly situated. There aro no wooden floors to their tents as they formerly had at muster, but they sleep on the ground rolled up in a blanket, a rubber blanket being provided for wet weather, Tom Mercer is the same old joker and keeps the regiment in food for laughter most of tho time. It is quite a coming down for most of the boys to drink water which they would not wash their feet in at home, but. like hanging, it is all right when one gets used to it. Mr. McLeod thinks the trip to Chick, amauga is well worth the timo and money as it is a most beautiful place. ECLIPSE With Automatic Coasting Brake Up hill or down hot time you make; Prices $40 to $75. REYNOLDS & 0 AM BARKE, HARDWARE. VERMONT A Grand Clearing Out Sale OF Hen's Boy's and Children's Clothing and Gent's Furnishing Goods. ' Hen's and Boy's Shoes at the STANDARD CLOTHING COMPANY'S STORE, 171 Main St.. Ijuinlcu Block, barre, Vt. lis we are overstocked with summer goods and need the room and money for our fall stock, we will close all o.ir summer goods for the next fifteen days, beginning MONDAY, AUG. fst, at tide, on a dollar Great barrios will be offered at this Great Closing Out Sale. An opportunity to buy goods cheaper than ever. Come and conviuce yo irscil that we are sciing I'omld just as w o adveitise at the Standard Clothing Cc, 174 Main Street, Quiuleu Block, - Da-re, Vermont. UNDERTAKER and FUNERAL DIRECTOR. W. K. WHEATLEY, G2 No, Main Street, - V 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 W. J. GILBERTS0N, Photographer. BOYS ARBESTLT). Shnriff French arrested Bonnie Blay and Herbert Taey ibis afternoon. They aro both minors anil are cnargeu wmi hsi vinir committed "a breach of the peace on August 4lh against Mrs. Andrew Tncy, mother ol one oi me respondents. Jhcv were lirou;iit m-iore jusuee 11. W. Scott with City Attorney Swasey prosecuting. It is alleged that the anair grew our of a quarrel between young lacys parents. UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE 1 will make sittings at the berthorman studio, where I have one of the nrraii"vd skylights, new uackgrouuus mm uw.,."...0 All work made on exlra brilliant arisio p.ipui, iiie.lure uossible. best 'making the finest linishid The price will be for CABINETS B75 p Prime Roast beef in 5 lb. cans, also boned Turkey and Chicken at L.'M. Averills. One dollar at time of sitting and the balance when p.cUir.s are iWvere, , Remember 1 make any slvle. you wish, and make resitt ngs u:itil satisfactory DON'T FORGET THE PLACE. Bertherman's GROUND FLOOR STUDIO, 36 So. Main St., Barre. Vt. Next to Dr. Jackson's residence. Prindle & Averill A iiK.rii'nti Sardines, also "eiiuine Im ported Sardines at L. M. Averills. The Bottle of beans have been coun ted this afternoon at the Blue slore the rpsiilt, will be made known 111 Monday papers all those who have coupon tickets will Kiniliy linns or semi uie sniau coupon in nut later lliau tonight. Segal iV liraily. HEADQUARTERS FO L -THE- MERRY GO ROUND In the rear of my store will run twice each week, WEDNESDAY SATURDAY NIGHTS ANGELO SCAMPINI. CASTOIIIA. Bwra the 11,8 You Have Alwavs Bough! Gasoline .and Quick Meal Gaso line Stoves, Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, Window and Screen Doors, Poultry Netting and Wire Screen also Garden Rakes, Hoes Spading i-orics, Lawn Mowers, and Garden Hose. JACKMAN BLOCK. HARRE, VT. N.i n.irge in Advance. No Membership t meeting this ..ftcn.oon Fee.