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Quarry Boys, Pure Leaf, L L Ponies. Royal Savage, Clearance Sale ! ARE The Gisars to Smoke For Sale Everywhere. L. Lewin, M'gr. 180 No. flain St. Barre, Vt TAKE YOUR MEALS -AT- CampbellV Restaurant Dost facilities for COOKING MEALS TO ORDER. 2 & 24 N. Main St PARK BLOCK. City Taxes The tux payers in the City of liarro are hereby notified that the City Council have this day placed in my hands the rate bill for the year 1898, amounting in the whole to two hundred and sixty two cents on eaeli dollar of the Grand List of said Cily. lou are lurthcr notified that sixty nays ironi tucdate or tins notice are allowed by law for you and each of you to pay your respective taxes at this oflioe and if not paid on or before the 9th day of September next, a warrant will then be issued to the Collector and taxable costs added. I5i;kt II. Wf.i.i.s, Cily Treasurer. City of Rarre, Vt. July 11, 1898. D. D. Ilalej', the talented tailor, has a new letter of public interest in another column. Mr. Haley seems to be able to please people so well that they cannto help talking about it. Wo havo a fresh consignment of Fire works of all descriptions. Will sell at wholesale and retail. Payette, Mcndel shon & Co. Men's 15 cents suspenders at 8 cents. Men's 25 cents suspenders at 12 1 2 cents. Men's 25 cents silk ties bows, siring, four-in-hands at tho liluo Store Sogol & Rrady Proprietors. Why suffer with Corns when you flan have them removed without pain by Mil's. S. M. Yokk, 12 Elm St. To'.ltKNT. Rooms over the Parlor Drugstore. Inquire of W. II. Glad Come to the Home Bakery, 20 Elm street, for your ice cream. Myra L. Green, Proprietor. rOMBcifHTioM STORE CO. 1 The Last Three Days OF OUR It was a clearance sale in the real sense of the word. We liavo closed out nearly nil the summer goods. A few things remain on which we'll give you another chance. One piece left of those All Wool Dress Goods in Drown and White Mixture at 12 l-2c. Fancy Plaid Silks at 44c. English Lining Cambric at 3 7-8c Guilbert's Best Silesia, 15c. quality, any amount to a customer at lOe. Rest French Percale at 8c. Boy's and Men's Fast Black Hose, good 2 for 25c. value, at 10c. pef pair. Jackets, Capos, and Ready-Made Suits closed at the lowest figures. WAR WITH SPAIN IS ENDED, Put we are still warring with Dirt lit the old stand. If you wish tho dirt eradi cated from your linen we won't ' Dewey " a thing to it but cleanse it with a new discovery, Hygienic Sonp, a perfect disinfectant. BARRE Steam Laundry, L. A. Hoi fiiiTON, Prop'r., No. 7 Central Place, - Barre, Vt. Sparks From Granite City. this PARASOLS. No. 1. Black Silk Parasol, Ihe $1.50 kind, at 98e. No. 2. Black Silk Parasols wilh one rufllo, Black and Colored Handles, good value at $1.75, to eloso at $ 1.19. No. 8. Extra Fine Silk Parasols with two wide rullles, Black Handle, splendid quality, worih $2.25 go they must at $1.29. RIBBONS. Look at our Ribbon Remnants. Great jargains in lengths from one to four yards. CLOTHING, Etc. Do not say you havo enough clothes or no money to spare when you can easily gel in here a good All Wool Suit for $7.50, for which you pay every wh( re from $10.00 to $12.50. OVERALLS in all sizes and different colors, best make, at U!)o. No trouble to show goods. after a visit Store Combination Cash Company, li. COltOSKY ft CO., Proprietors. 2I3 Main St., Barre, Vt. Opposite Central ..Vermont Depot. SAWTELLE BROS., Depot Square, cas and Coffees, Fruit, Con- cctioncry, Cigars and To- acco of all kinds. old Soft Drinks. GASOLINE. Wo deliver it to any point in the city. dive your order to our. order clerks or leave them at tho store. Depot Square. Mussicit & Bukxiiam. To Urnt. One desirable Eastman Block. ollioe i 21 tf. Vermont Pickles, uncolored, and finest packed at L. M. Averills. W. C. Quinlan & Co. of this city are solo agents for tho famous Empire Poof Paint which stops leaks and is guaiantecd not to crack, peel or blister. Careful property owners will find it to their interest to insist upon using this reliable article. Lead and oil mixtures are all right on tho right places, but never should bo put on roofs. -WHEN WE HANDLE AH RAIL-COAL-SHIPPED DELAWARE & HUDSON DIRECT FROM THE MINES TO-OUR'YARDS' STOVE, NUT, EGG, GRATE, $0.90 $C90 .$;.:, $cr5 D. M. MILES. See our Oil gas stoves, nowii ks.no xplosions L. M. Averill. ' Assortment Urokcn, but while thev last wilt sell lor 50 cents a ood screen door. L. M. Averill. You Take Your Girl TO MONTPELIER Treat Her to ICE CREAM AT MILLER'S, 118 No. Main St. Montpelier AANTKD. Ity a reliable and experienc- VV nil iirniiml man n position, willing to do liny kind of work. Inquire lit TKl.mut am office. 80 Pnmo Roast Beef in 5 lb. cans, also Boned Turkey and Chicken at L. M Averills. American Sardines, also genuine Im ported Sardines at L. M., Averills. T OST. July 13, somewhere iii the vicinity ot Hast liarre, a Camera. .M ill liiuler please Iwn 1 1 wist liarre rostotltee and re eejc u, it ilile reward. LST. A pocket-book containing u sum of money between Hiirnliiun's meadow and Hi Mummer Street, Saturday. Finder will 1)6. lilierally rewarded by return! g the same to W. II. Jones, Nt Summer Street. IXHt TIT A XT lil. I'.right l!oy wanted about IS " years of age at the Combination Cash Store Company. 121 If FOR SALE. Four House l.nls on Pearl Street, corner lot, Summer and Pearl Streets, 81 feet front, next three lots (!0 feet each. Jnpuirc of E. I. I Lamb, 150 Main Street. I Shingle and Clapboards, We have all kinds and grades and are making special prices that sells them. ALLEN & RICHARDSON Arthur Cave went to Watuibury morning, Motorman Charles Kirkland is on the sick list, Mrs. M. D. Gale of South Barre is quite sick. Mrs. lung of Ilunuington is visiting Mrs. E. I. Lamb. Edward Ellis of Xorthlield is visiting in the cily today. Fred Kulsom of Chelsea was in tho city over Sunday. V. II. Gladding spent Sunday with friends in Randolph. Miss Maltio Price spent Sunday at her homo in Middlesex. Mrs. M. A- Doran of Boston is visit ing her sister Miss Rose l-'oy. Miss Margaret llarrigan spent Sun day with friends in Montpelier. Dr. F. r. Delniadge went to Bur lington this morning on business. Mrs. Henry Hitchcock of Boston is visiting Alonzo Slay ton for a few dn3rs, Richard Thompson has been re.ii,- staled as motormaii on the electric car.-1. Philip Prior is putting in the founda tion for a new house 011 Pleasant street. Mr. and Mrs..!. W. Dillon and family are visiting in Pulnamsville for a few davs. Dr. John Hazcn of New York City returned Home Saturday with. Dr. Gale. Mrs. W. 11. Buchanan returned Sat urday evening from Waldon, after a two weeks visit. II. A. Kugg, chairman of the commit tee on transportation, is i:i St. Albans on business today. Uev. A. N. Lewis of Montpelier was the guest of Uev. II. W. K. Stafford yesterday afternoon. F. E. Miller of Hilton Glen, N. Y. who has been visiting W. F. C'uiniugs returned home today Charles II. Campbell received this morning a now Bloilgctt & Manor baker to place in his restaurant. Miss Abbie Pierce of Waterbury who been visiting Mrs. C. YV. Bull, returned homo Saturday evening. C. V. Ball finished work on Saturday evening in repairing the walls under E. A. Drown & C'o.'s drug store. De:in P. Towno resumed his duties at the First National Bank this morninf after a vacation of two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. William Ilayden and children of Sharon are visiting at Mrs. Philcna Smal ley's for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Flint returned Saturday evening from their wedding trip to Montreal and Shcrbrooko. Mr--. E. A. Prindle and daughter and brother Fred Baird of Wnitslield went to Mr. Baird's home Saturday evenitig. Mrs. Agnes Laurie of St. Johiisbury, who has been visiting her brother Wins. Johnston at the Commercial House re turned home this noon. Miss Annie Boyco who has been visit ing her sister, Mrs. Robert Ingalls, for a few days returned to her homo in Middlesex this morning. Mrs. Frank Hellrose was called to her home in West Corinth by the death of her father, Bride Sleeper. The funeral takes place this afternoon. There was 174 people from this citv who took adyantage of the excursion yesterday morning to Fort Ft ban Allen. The train left at !).10 and returned at 7.1o. The Iiarre Tumblers played airainst at Homer L'ttdd spent Sunday in Brook Held. " Richard A, Hoar spent"- Sunday in Waterbury. , v" J. A. Field "wont to J'tilney. thift morn ing lor a lew liiys. Miss Rose Gillwiiy is spending her vacatidn in St. Albans. W. II. Gale left last evening on a business (rip to Boston. Fred Noalo or Burlington is visiting his cousin Burton Galo. , II. Marin is painting his buildings at 40(3 North Main Street. Leon Luther went .to Norlhfiuld this morning to spend the day, , Many liarro People took a Sunday af ternoon trip to Dewey Park. Clarence Cole and Joseph Lagor are visiting Co. E at Camp Olympiii. Harry Robcrls and John rfones were visiting in South Barre yesterday. Dr. L. AV. Hanson' ismioving into his uew house on Camp Slreefcto-day. Mrs. W. H. Galo and "children went to Northlield this morning on a visit. Remember the musical entertainment in the Methodist church this evening. W. D. Smith and family returned Sat urday ovening from Old Orchard Bt ach. Homer Young left last evening to visit his sister in liaudolph for a couple of days. Tiger Hose Company No. 3, 1111 els at tho cnyino houso at 7 o'clock this even ing. William Davidson returned last night from 41 weeks visit with friends at Camp Olympia. Miss Maud Whiteomb begins he duties ns teacher at Eist Montpolie to-day. Miss Mary Fasolt has returned from her vacation, part of which was spent in W illiainstown. Harold, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs Joseph Gauthier died Yesterday of cholera infantum. Privates Joseph Wood, Hugh Gillespie and John Brown came homo last night on the excursion train. Arthur Martin has iini.-tbod work at L. J. Meads lunch room, George Jef fords lakes his place. A large crowd was in attendance the dance at Dewey Park Saturday night and nil report a good time. Will Dawson and Arthur Wood return ed Saturday evening after a weeks slay at Philipsburg, P. (J. Miss Inella Gladding has returned irom lior vacation and resumed work at the Combination Cash Store. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Jackiuiin of Brigeport, Conn., is visiting Mr. Jack man's father, A. M. Jackman. 1 axidernust Houston is mounting: a line specimen of a white woodchuck for J. L. ribbetts of South Woodbury George Anuis, clerk at M. L. Townu's is taking a weeks vacation down east, and A. 1. Skinner is taking his place. John F, Toomey of Brattltboro who lias been visiting Eugene Marrion for a couple of days returned home this 110011. A. Morse of Boston, who has been vis iting his son-in-law M. S. J.avin re turned home this noon after an extended visit. We are told that it is a crime to pny your bill in this city. It is reported that one nnyi lost his position the other day for paying an honest debt. ,;Miss I'ortlia B:own of WiKiston is expected to day to visit C. N. Kenyon, Miss Brown is 10 resume her studies at Goddard Seminary in the fall. The boys in tho employ of tho Ver mont Granite Co. nro to have two floats in the parade and Glidden & Rich have I decided to get up a float itlso. W. W. Lapoint, John W. Gordon, and , A. Iioyee are among the local law yers who attended the meeting of the bar in Mun'pelier this morning to take action 011 the death o' S. C. Shortlcff. Mr. and Mrs. George Straiton went to Burlington this morning. Mrs. Strai ton has been in very poor health of late and she will stay in tho Mary Fletcher Hospital for a while. B. P. Willey is circulating a petition around the city to have a letter carrier deliver mail on South Main Street, frcin Ihe bridge to the house of George E. McFarland. The petition already has a large number of signers. Tho annual Sunday School and Parish picnic of the Episcopal church will take place to-morrow .at Dewey Park, a special car will leave the church j at U:4.j a. m. All are requested meet at the church at 9 :;)(). WELCOME HOME. A pleasant reception took place Satur day uihl at the home of Mr. mid Mr-. Clarence Whenton. The occasion was got up in honor of ihe return of Lieut. T. G. Cirswell. Sergeant W. A. Murray tuid Corporal Charles Wheaton. The evening was spent in social chat and in selections on the piauo. It was intended that all tho soldiers who formerly resided on Avers Meadow should bo present. 'Thurston and Graham were unable to be present ns they returned t j camp Saturday allernoon but nearly all the residents of that locality attended and gave tho boys a right good welcome WASHINGTON. Washington docs not lack for men willing to represent her at Montpelier. Thus far three nominations havo been made: Solan Carpenter, Rep.; Dan Stanley, Dem. ; Rufus Abbot, Jnd. Rep. Rev. F. E. Briggs, pastor of the Free Baptist church is spending a brief va cation visiting relatives in New Hamp shire. He left this place last Tuesday expecting to be absent about 10 . days. A son was born Aug. 24 to Air. and Mrs. Fred Counter. Tho Ladies' Aid Society meet with Mrs. Charles Iluntinglon next Wednes day afternoon and evening. Mrs. Henry Richardson recently fell striking her back against a stick of wood, causing a very painful though it seems not serious injury. HENDERSON WON. HKNhKIISON-WEI.ni WIIF.STI.INI1 MATCH AT EAST C01IINTII KA lit. Robert E. Henderson of Wells River won the wrestling match from Henry Welch of Montpelier nt the East Corinth Fair yesterday afternoon and then took tho purse of $75. Henderson too'' three consecutive falls and seemed to take his ease. Flagg of Brainlreo rcfereed the match very satisfactorily. After each fall, there would bo a bicycle or horse race. . The crowd was a large one and it is expect ed the association will clear a good sum. Thore were a good ninny fakir on the grounds but they did not seem to do much business. International Business .. . " reei, .Munti.Hi,., jjAKjer. in ricK, -m Maiu,llT;; t,ltrre,V Bookkeeping. Aritliinelii. , .Shortlntiid, Typewrit im; m ,'. . '''""''Hin Otliee open 0.1 Mondavi ' '"'"'C 'J hursdny evening from 7 t t. N ' lf"",iN. Goddard Seminary (ii'i.-rnj NOTICE. All retail clerks in Barre, male and female, are requested to meet next Tuesday evening, August itOth, for tho purpose of organizing n retail clerks protective association. ; V W. J. McLean, Secretary. BARRE BUSINESS AND COLLEGE Mplders' Web Silk. It wonld appear from all nocouuts that M. Chacot's enterprise of the man ufacture of spiders' web silk is to be pursued on a largo scale, a factory in Paris having been taken for tho purpose. Hero the spiders will l.e kept tuid work ed at regular hours, and when 0110 of them is used up ho will bo fed mid help ed buck to condition again, while an other will take his place 011 tho I bbiii. An expert, iully acquainted with tho habits of the insect, will be in control of the spider department of the factory, tho care of them, feeding, housing, etc. In obtaining the requisite supply, if tho latter exceeds what is necessary for tho industry, experiments will bo mado with a view to ascertaining which of the different varieties produces tho liuest quality of silk, and in this w;ty those not favored with a flue web will be weeded out. Trials will likowiso be made with different diets in order to determine whether or not it is possible to train the spider to give forth a web that is an improvement 011 the ordinary product, tho expectation being that perseverance in this respect will result in securing a quality of silk hitherto tuisur missed. SCHOOL OF MUSIC. Fall term will open in Bolster Block Sept. 5. Commercial and Stenographic Courses, Vocal and Instrumental Music. Sessions day and evening.. -For full particulars address Miss L. C. Dlkeev, Prin. Miss L. M. Jewett, Aast. 9 Summer St., Barre, Vt. Special Courses TO High School Graduates, FIRST CLASS BUSINESS DEPARTMENT, . Excellent opportunities t ,tlllr French and German, Oil Paint ingand China Decorating, ,v Music, Instrumental ' and Vocal, Terms Reasonable. Send f. 1). 1). Halev, the tailor, has a new advertisement in another column which carries straight facts like all his. adver tisement. He is not one of those block heads made into a tailor by the stroke of an axe and his statements cannot bo contradicted. His competitors have forced him to the front and now he takes the lead. See his new samples-. Thu celebrated Rogers Baby luuch biscuit can be found at J. T. Callagh an's, M. Marron's, R. L. Clark's Sowden & Lyons and at M. L. Town & Co. lOCtf C. S. EARLE, DRAI.KR IX Harness, Blankets, Whips, and Horse Goods. Prices Reasonable. Now is the time to put in your coal- Get your prices of G. J. Towne, 135 A orthIain Street. 112 18 North Main St., Barre, Vt EXTRACTED HONEY, - 10c. per lb VINEGAR, - 10c. a gallon PIE APPLES, . . , 50c. pr bushel ' ' - at . GEORGE M. BASSETT'S, Prosptct Street. . ... Barre, Vt. Peace Jubilee ! Grand Peace Carnival and triotic Field Day ! Pa- to BROKH HIS ARM. at CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. 1 The Kind You Have Always Bought Signature of fft the Montpelier Seminary Juniors Montpelier Saturday afternoon. The score was 9 to 5 in favor of tho Burn team. '1-1. 1 - . e . . -uioiiuuse 01 ivirs. J. j-.. uutts 011 Highland avenue wiis sold at auction Saturday night by O. H. Hale to W. II Messer. consideration f2,575. Uev. .1. P. Stoddard and wife of Bos ton, Mass. are visitinjr Mrs. Stoddard's cousin, J. A. It. Glidden for a few days Auey niu accompanied ny tllcir SOU Jtev W. li. htoddarcl and his wife from Washington. D. C. 1. I. 1 .1 rimik iviiiuey anu 1110 ran ot men from-Smith. AVhitcomb & Cook's who have been settin un machinery nt Woodbury returned Saturday night. lhey cannot complete the job till the. enffino arrives. JMr. C. A. Foster and wife formerly of this place but now living in tho edge of Orange havo received another addi tion to their family in the form of a daughter born this morning. Dr Chandler was in attendance. There was a goodly number of voun men at tho meeting in the Eoisconal church Sunday afternoon to listen to the remarks of Rev. II. W. R. Stafford, which were very interesting. There was about 50 young men present. The meeting next Sunday will be held at :l o'clock in the Baptist church. Roy. Ellio K. M. Jones is con lined to her home on account of 1111 accident that she met wilh on Mt Mansfield on Friday. Mrs. Jones was coming down the mountain when a gust of wind blow one side of her cape off her shoulder. She gave a sudden grab for it and in do ing so she twisted her risrht limb slisflit- ly. Sho was unable to walk and had to - Wilbur, the ix year old son of Eu gene Armstrong of Beeklev Hill n,t with a bad accident yesterday. He was playing leap frog with some other boys and fell, breaking both bones of his right forearm. Dr. Wort hen set it and the child passed n very comfortable night, and is doing nicely. STOLE A SUM OV MONEY. O. 1). Bacon of Elmore, who is stop ping with C. R. Allen roporled this morning that on Saturday evening his daughter Ester, who is stopping "with him, had some money stolen. She left her satchel in the carriage in the barn. The next morning sh0 found that the satchel had been opened and the money from her pocket book had been stolen. Mr. Bacon told a reporter this morn ing that he knew who the guilty parties were. Ho stated if the money is return ed before, l-'riday of this week no uuos- tions will be asked, but if the thief does not return it the cao will be put in the hands of the police. Benefit Company E, Barre, Vt, September 7, 1898. A DAY FOR THE ANNALS ! riu,i.,,. 1U,.. ,;.,,, , G - " .' nwnie, Tnulo-, v.i,,l, . l-iriii T.I.I, ..: ;' '""'") lW.lii.1,. t'omio d i i... n -----. -1., i.ii'iimwi u k, immou.,, vi,.i. 4 "r('iii:ilog(ie 0. K. HOLLISTER Principal. n:',l!2ii J. T. GALLAGHAN'S DOHESTIC AND FANCY BAKERY, Is the place to get all kinds of food t,:l are healthy, wholesome nml delicious, His Burnt will plene tho Queen or Hint; And out of rief they'll take the stinir. They'll make you dance the Highland Fling For they mukc the little children Mnit Ta Ita Ra Boom I)e Ay. M.J.Golbeck&Son. Dealers In all kinds of House FinisbiDg Supplies DOORS, SASHES, BLINDS, and BUILD ERS HARDWARE. Bolster's Warehouse, in rear of Centr Vermont .Freight Depot, and Forsyth & Ingrtrm. over AUCTION -SAiE OF HOUSE and LOT. Mrs. A. E. Cuttw!l! sell Auction on nt- Piililic panied by Many Bands of Music. AT THE- GRANITE CITY TROTTING PARK ' 111 1JU il r 1 V lit Vlvnot.i ' Music nnHPn,.,,. V, ". i nces, Contests. Disidav. Drill n.., H?ay of l-yroteie Gra. and si .... - '-"iiiMVAi niiii i rn wnf- -enmg will be enlivened with musi Imdng1 d The dors in Vermont patriotic features. N.B. Le", 0 l:"e "WW of refreshments, enterto hX. .W. Particular nun,,.e of events, railroad e h, P"", Chairman--HON. J. W. GORDON Qen'I. Secretary-H. C. WHITAKER JI"or Clty of 1!"rre- ' TreasurerF. 0- HOWLAND. irenildnewsmierr'i'T""''!'''''"'!. trans porta o ""'i on n . j.ui I'iviuiiniie or evpiit 1 ' . Itofresliuients Win YVOI-KN i.uclw L' uoriiiiin. Privile- uert j.i;ul"', Committee Chairmen : 'XVf- oration d Hnf --- liCf Saturday, August 27, 1898, At4::l0p. in.. Her bouseand lot nt Xo. 7 1 liyhlnml ji t une. Barre, Vt. This property Is situated on one of the desirable streets of tbe elty, on liLh, beautiful land, on the direct line ot the electric railroad and but a short distance fr.nn the business center. The lot is four rods front and nine rods deep. The house has six rooms on each floor, giving two good tenements. It has granite foundations, cement cellar, spriiK and cistern water, coal furnace. It I- well built and in good condition. Kxi-elJ.-int jrur den and good lawu. Also a good barn, lim ing three stalls, a carriage room and capacious hay lofts. This is a flue opportunity to secure .1 ple.-is- ant place for n home in a good locality. Ia aminatlon of property solicited. .Sale positive on Saturday, Auuust 27, at 4 :tlO p. 111. Term easy and made known at time of sale. O. II. MKS. HALE, Auctioneer. A. K. IT'TT' Fresh Vegetables TIIItOWN l'ROM HIS .WAGON. K. L. C'l. irk met wilh u peculiar ac cident 011 Saturday afternoon but forlu- natcly he was not seriously injured. Mr. Clark was unladiu a barrel of cement on Elm street iii front of the resi dence of ,1. M. Perry and as ho stood in the wagon and rolled the barrel out on the ground, h:s finger rin caulit on a nail and ho was thrown into the street head first with the cement. His face was slihlly bruised and the smii un hid nine linger was cut open for about ihree-miartors of an inch. Mi ne driven 111 a carriage to btowe, where Clark says he. never vent out of that she took the train for Barro. I wagon so fast in all bis experiences. A Big Discount ON CROCKERY GROCERIES and TINWARE And on all stock.in my 8toie. OF ALL KINDS CHEAP FOR CA5H. Delivered at Chesser & Dowel's, oV7 orth Main Street every morning and lor sale by them. Fall Rhubarb for Canning a Specialty, ten pounds for !--Small Cucumbers, 25c. per hundred. Highest Cash Paid for Calf Skins. I slmll llinva , ....... ,,,-cscnl ,m.ir..M.s ,.. a Um 1 " -n . 1-reseid stock TTZ ' " ry low figure. Corner Main and Norlu Seminary St., THOMAS, Barro, Vermont. D. D. ROYCE. ' .".-SOUTH HAltRE. VT. Good Meat Market and Business 1 For Sale. s- D. SIBLEY, North Barre. . Full particulars at Market.