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Qiicrry Boys, Pure Leaf, L L Ponies, Royal Savage, ARE TliiiCi-iarstoSmoke Fr Sale Everywhere. hji ii iii an limi viu a RWini ii Phnn Ar I ft HI I rc 1(1 HA', iliUM'ISUUll Ui- tUi HI HO. L. Lewin, M'gr. 180 N ). Tlain St. , Barre, Vt Friish Vegetables OK ALL KINDS CHEAP FOR CASH. Peli -end at Oicsser & Dowers, 307 North Main Street every morning ami for sal j by them. Fall Rhubarb for Caiiiiii: ; a Specialty, ten poumls for 2oc. Small Cucumbers, 2,"c. per hundred. Jf ig-lio t Cash Paid for Calf Skins. D. D. ROYCE. SOUTH RARRE. VT. M0 3SE & JACKSON, DKAI.I'.US IX A OFFICE In Pcrlcy Chandler's Jewelry Store, 85 N Main St.. - Barre, Vt. SAWTELLE BROS., Depot Square, Teas and Coffees, Fruit, Con fectionery, Cigars and To bacco of all kinds. CoH Soft Drinks. MOVING AND JOBBING. I a i prepared to do all kinds of niovin ; and jobbing in the best possible manm ; and at Lowest Prices. I have seven wo-horsc teams and can handle the lai jrest as well as the smallest job with, jijual facility. My terms are fifty C( nts an hour for a two-horse team and oi;j man. Give uie a trial. I,. J. BOLSTER. CREDITORS ! Have ,ou any outstanding bills which yc l or others have failed. to uol- led ? If sc, take them to WILLIAMS COLLECTION AGENCY, Who c illeot or know the reason why. We ha o collected for others, we can for yoi . S, WILLIAMS, Mgr. JACK MAN HLOCK, Barre, Vt. &! iirer5rK WE HANDLE ALL 3A1L-CO AL-SHIPPEO T-suVlA,a2-i I FIiAWARE & HUDSON ore:t from the mines I U'UUtl'lWUS' sr )ve, Mr, E(G, Gl ATE, $6.90 $6.90 $6.65 $6.65 D. M. MILES. See in Oil gas stoves, no wicks, no xplosk is L. M. Averill. Fres i lot of preserving plums just nrrivi'i . telle I!rps.,i)ej ot Square. The celebrated Rogers Raby lunch biscuit can be found at J. T. Canadi an's, 11. Marron's, 1!. L. Clark's, Sowdei: & Lyons and at M. L. Town & Co. 106lf COMBINATION CASH STORE CO. Clothing DEPARTMENT. rn I..,, ..n.li 4eat In th mnrninff and eveiiluir uir to insure our early attack up- . . .......11 .. .1 U'lnln. on our immense stock oi i uh uu i-tbitiK-' Kvery ilav during the past week we wer kept busv u'npackiiiK iind marking out goods for this stronghold in the Uix Store. GENT'S CLOTHING AND FURNISHING DEPARTMENT. Not a Man or Boy's Suit. Overcoat, Beefer, Ulster, or pair ot pants in this store that has not trot a long story of endless detail of the work that has been ou them from the manu facturer of the cloth up to the making of the hist buttonhole. Perfection in cloth, tailoring anil style, insures satisfaction, when marked at the wonderful LOW PRICES ours are marked at. GENT'S FURNISHINOS. lpfwear deuartnient through everv Hue to the fancv neckwear our stock is complete. Underwear, Hosiery, Gloves, Col lars and Cuff, Suspenders, Garters, Soft and Still' Hats, Caps, Fancy and Plain Shirts, be sides a hundred and one things that go to make up the perfect dressed man every ar ticle speaks for itself in up-to-date-ness. V ith the largest stock to select from, tne latest stvles and the lowest prices, what more is ne cessary to be added to make this a satisfactory place to trade. NEWGOODSTO AKKIVE THIS wjs.ii.n. In order to coumlete man's dress from head to foot, we have purchased one of the most complete lines of FOOTWEAR to be found in town. Prices to be tiled down fine. .II ST AS COMPLETE AS POSSIBLE is our line of Trunks and Traveling Bags. Our prices are the Lowest. WE MEET COMPETITION WITH A SMILE With our lines of Dress Goods, Silks, Dress Trimmings, etc. Household Linens, Jackets, Cnpes, Collarettes, separate SKins, jumiuery, Shoes, Chenelle Lace and Tapestry, Curtains, Window Shades, Carpets, Rugs, Door Mats, etn. Every line will ue complete witn variety this week. (Satisfaction guaranteed, your money back if you warn ii. ; Combi nation CASH STORE CO. Ii. COKOSKY & CO., Proprietors. 213 Main St., - - Barre, Vt. Opposite Depot Square. OlTliT ONION MEAT MARKET IX THE CITY. We feed the people and close our market at 6 o'clock except Wednesdays and Saturdays. x Trading: Stamps Uiren. Call and see ns Dowers & Chesser, 307 North Main Street, IJane, Vt. EDWIN BRUCE, TKACHKIl OF THE TTZOZiZXT and 7ZOZ.& Terms moderate. Orchestra, any num ber of pieces furnished at short notice for dances, reeeptious, etc. no 33 South Main St NOTICE I I have Mused from L. J. Bolster the stalls on the Trotting Park and will be ready on circus nay to leeu aim care tor norses. 127 G. W. JOHNSON. Ty ANTED, A furnished room centrally located, to be permanent. Address this office. 131 I WISH to inform niv old customers that I am again prepared to do dressmaking at niy rooms, musses' ana .niiuren s dresses a specialty. Mrs. Alice D. Purvee. 3 South Main street, Barre, Vt. Sow is the time to put in your coal- Get your prices of G. J. Towne, 135 North Main Street. 112 1). D. Haley, the tailor, has a new advertisement in another column which carries straight facts like all his adver tisements. Ho is not one of those block' beads made into a tailor by the stroke of an axe and his statements cannot be contradicted. His competitors have forced him to the front and now betakes the lead. See his new samples. Fresh peaches just arrived at Sawtell Brothers. 0 enness Absolutely and permanently cured in 9 days by a new scientific and invigorating treat ment. No publicity no injections no' restraint. Can be given secretly. Wo "free treatment scheme. For pt'" uunn in R. A. OUNN. M.D., 41 East 21st Street, New York City. o Sean the Signature of The Kind Yon Haw Always BouzM A WAR WITH SPAIN 15 ENDED, Hut we are still warring with Dirt at the old stand. If you wish the dirt eradi cated from your linen wo won't " Dewey " a thing to it but cleanse it with a new discovery, Hygienic Soap, a perfect disinfect ant. BARRE Steam Laundry, L. A. Houghton, Prop'r., No. 7 Central Place. Barre, Vt. Sparks From Granite City. B. P. White leaves this evening on a trip to Boston. B. B. Turner who has been quite ill is much improved. Mrs. W. L. Peors of Boston is in the city visiting friends Mrs. E. 1,1 Lamb, went to Waterbury today to attend the fair. Joseph Kennedy has returned after a week's visit in Burlington. fieorge Adams of South Barre went to Watcrbury this moruinjr. Charles Wallace and wife are visiting in Waits River for a few days, Fred A. Slay ten went to Waterburv this morning to attend the races. Fred Canton went to Rutland yester day to visit friends for a few days. Will Turner takes Laban Ilyland's place as messenger boy at the Western Union Telegraph office, C. H. Sawyer went to Waterburv this morning where he will be one of the judges at the Waterbury races. James Howe and John George will return to Honover, N. H. today where they are to resume their studies. Officer French took Peter Vigant to Rutland this morning on default of pay ment. He will have to serve 90 days in the House of correction. Ed. Martin of South Barre cut his left foot quite badly with a corn knife yesterday afternoon. Mr. Martin was cutting corn and the knife accidently slipped. . Nichols, the seven weeks old son of Mr. and Mrs. John Connor of East Barre died yesterday of cholera infantum. The funeral took place today. Inter ment in the Catholic cemetery. The Clover Club will meet with Mrs. Whitaker Friday Sept. 1G at 2 p. m. for the purpose of electing delegates to the State Federation of Women's Clubs which convenes Oct. 5th and 6th. The latest real estate transfers are George J. Towne to James Henry, the Batcheldor farm and James Henry to George J. Towne, house and land on Bassett street. John Thompson who has been very sick with malarial fever at the Hospital at Fort Kthan Allen roturned home ihis niornine. He is much better than ho has been but he looks very poorly now There will be a meeting of the Gen eral Committee in charge of the Company E Field Pay in the Armory this evening. Do not forget that b o clock this even ing is the time limit at which bills may be presented to the committee. Private William Rust who is sick at Fort Ethan Allen is now improving rap idly and will bo homo in a few days He wrote to his mother yesterday ask' ing for a pipe, tobacco and cigars and that is a sure sign of health so the doi to:-s say. Sir, liarrett, representing tne manu facturers of Liberty coffee will give a demonstration of his coffee this week at Ladd's grocery store. Every one is in vited to try it. A largo number have already called. He will be assisted by Miss Clark. At the meeting of Tiger Hose Co. No. 3 last evening, Fred Downing was made a member of the Company. William Wishart was present for the lirst time since his return from Chickamauga and told of his experiences at camp. He also thanked the members for the money that they sent the firemen at camp. John McLean who has been clerk at II. D. Segel's Clothing Store has sever ed bis connection anda week from Sat urday he will take W. B. Noble's place at Frank McWiiorter's Furiiisning Store. Mr. Noble will move to Enosburg Falls where has he accepted a po.-ition in a dry good store. Dr. and Mrs. O. G. Slickney gave an informal reception last evening to the old original members of the P. S. C. E. of the church. There were about thirty present, most of whom were the charter members of the society. The evening was spent very pleasantly fn singing songs, and having a social chat. The guests departed about 10.30 after enjoy ing a very pleasant evening. About 50 Barre people went to Wat erbury this morning to attend the races where five local horses have been enter ed. Klondyke has been entered in the 2 :27 class, Rosco L.in the 2 :27 and More more in the 2 :50. These three horses trot today. Bell Hendce and Chappie are entered in the 2 :20 class tomorrow and the are bound to make a good showing. Constable Hulchins of East Barre had a rather narrow escape from injury yes terday afternoon while driving from Last Barre to this city. As he reached a point about hall way between the two places his horse fell to the ground, while going at a fast clip. . Mr. llutchins was pitched headlong over the dash board and landed near the horse's head. No amage was done to wagon or harness. The school commissioners met last everting and voted to buy new desks for the new school house in North Barre. The matter was then considered wheth er or not a person, living in the town, and paying taxes in the city could send bis children to public sbool without pay ing tuition. It was decided that no child living in the town would not be granted free tuition. A number of bills were ordered paid. Mrs. Aline Walker has returned home from a two weeks visit in Boston. Mr. and Mrs. Wni. Hooker of Wash ing, D. C, are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Milo Burnham. Mrs. II. J. Quinby of Fel. Mass. is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Al fred Lane in South Barre. There will be a meeting of the offi cers anil committees of the W ashington County Veterans Association afc the Brooks Post room In Montpelier this evening to complete the arrangements for their Field Day. EAST BARRE. Th Rev. Mr. Bollendie who is now laboring among the Italians in Barre will conduct the regular prayer meet ing in Partridge's Hall Wednesday eve ning Sept. 14. All are invited. VITAL STATISTICS, The regular monthly report of Health Officer Chandler was filed yesterday with City Clerk Wells. The report shows that during the month of August there were 12 deaths. 8 males and 4 fenialei. Six out of the twelve were young children and death was caused by cholera infantum. 'During the month there 19 births, 10 males and 9 females. DOG RIVER VALLEY FAIR. The C. V. R. R. will sell round trip tickets to the Fair grounds between Sept 19 and 22nd for 76o. from Barre. Fair begins Sept 20th and lasts until Sept 22nd. MISSING MEN RETURN. The two Italians who were withGuilo when he was shot at East Barre two weeks ago returned to Barre last night, and through Angelo Scampini notilied States Attorney Howland. Some day ago Mr. Scampini had a letter from these two men Carlo Lotti and a Baggio dated at Montreal and they asked his advice. Ilo answered directly back and told theni to come home, so they arrived here last night. It is probable that nothing will be done about their case and they are plainly in nocent of any crime. THE MYSTIC SHRINERS. By special invitation of Walter L. Main the shriners of Montpelier and Barre attended tho circus in a' body. Nearly one hundred members of this famous organization accepted his invita tion. The Shriners all came in a body preceded by uniformed trumpeters and the camels attached to Mr. Main's circus and accompanied by Mr. Hugh Harrison also a slimier and one of Mr. Main : chief lieutenants. A special box was prepared for them tastefully and appropriately draped. They all enjoyed the performance immensely and all had a jolly good time. They all voted Mr. Main a good fellow who has endeared himself great ly in the estnnatiion of the shriners and the thousands who attmded bis show. A nappy Idea Coat. A number of years ago an order pro Tiding for a change in the full dress coat bnrst like a bombshell upon the young officers of the United States steamship Alert, which was to sail within a week for a cruise down the coast. The commanding officer, who was a stickler for naval regulations, in sisted that the order be obeyed before the vessel left San Franoisco. A stay of several weeks here had depleted the pockets of tho steerage officers, and the paymaster would not listen to an ad vauce. beven men needed seven coats at a collective price of $329. A hasty "tarpaulin muster" resulted in a total of less than $75. A happy thought struck a bright young ensign, The coats would be needed only wheu it was necessary to accompany the cap tain ashore on official visits. And only one efficer went at a time. Why not buy one coat and have it altered by the ship's tailor each time it was used? Al though tbo largest man weighed almost 200 pounds and the smallest tipped the scales at 130 tho suggestion was gladly adopted. It is said that when the Alert returned to San Francisco that full dress coat contained more seams and stitches thau a crazy quilt. Los An geles Times. The Lords lie Knew. The late Bishop William Ingraham Eip of San Francisco was very proud of his aristocratio family connection. He came from an old Dutch family, his ancestors having crossed the ocean from Hull before this country had made much mstory. Having considerable private means and not being dependent upon his diocesan salary, the bishop made frequent trips to Europe, and upon bis return from abroad he always commit- tea tne indiscretion, not uncommon with European travelers, of talking a great deal about the uoble persons he had met. It was, "My friend Lord This" and "My relative Lord That," until even the bishop's admirers felt rather tired. One Episcopal layman, a bard headed business man, proud of his American birth and in love with his democratio ideas, was especially disgusted. "The bishop gives me a pain," be said frank ly. "Besides, he isn't ou to his job," he continued. "He seems to know all about every lord in creation except the Lord God Almighty. " Now York Trib une. Vermont Pickles, uncolorcd, and finest packed at L. M. Averills. "DfANTED. Two furnished rooms connect " ed. Would like them within live Min utes widk of the depots. Inquire at this of- ace. ii. tj. w. i;i6 an I HAVE THEM, THE BEST SHOES In the city for the price. Call in and see. JOSEPH OSSOLA, 351 Nonh Main St., Barre, Vt. One Minute Cough Cure, cures, Thet it wfcatlt waemiactoh W STATE NOTES. John Robair, an aged man, af fatal ly injured at the fair at Burlington, hi attempting to get Into the Ferris wheel he was struck by one of the boxes and knocked down, and before the wheel could be stopped two more of the boxes had hit him. A rib was broken, one leg mangled, and he was covered with bruises. The Vermont State Syndicate (limit ed) is Fair Haven's latest corporation. It lias been organized by Englishmen to quarry roofing slate. The capitaliza tion is $375,000, divided into 750 shares of $500 each. The com em has bought two quarries, one on Scotch hill and one in South Poullney. The corn factory at Northfield closed for the season Saturday night after a three weeks, run which is about the usu al time consumed each year in canning corn. Over 300.000 cans of corn have been put up this season and on the whole the season has been a prosper ous one. The yield per acre this year has been fully as good as usual. No peas will bo canned this year and it is not known definitely whether apple will be put up or not. W. II. Fuller, the Bennington general fecretary of the Young Men's Christian Association, has just accomplished a very clever piece of detective work in tracing Albert, the 17 year old son of Judson Andrews, who ran away from homo about a year and a half ago. The associations of the country were enlist ed in the search, and Mr. Fuller was rewarded Fridav by hearing that the boy was a member of a New York regi ment and that he was ill of typhoid fever at Camp Thomas, Hemstead, L. I. The father wmt Saturday to visit the son. A CURIOUS CURE. rue Healing Power or Llelit, Sun and Air Applied, We had come to Veldes, in the Julian Alps, for a month as the paying guests among a hundred others of a man who for 80 years past has been preaching not altogether in the wilderness the healing power of light, snn and air ap plied to the body of man as God made It. The tailor's art, he insists, is anti hygienic, a souroe of moral and physical degradation. There may be occasions for simple covering, but there are equal ly, in the interests of wholesomeness and vitality, occasions for absence of clothing. In accordance with the rules of the game therefore we rose every morning soon after 5 and, having walked, my friend and I to the Hill of Men, our wives to the Hill of Women, in the scantiest clothing consistent with what is called decenoy, wo forthwith spent the early hours wandering or reclining iu sun or shadow, jumping, digging or reading, according to temperament, and breakfasting on the milk, bread and honey we had brought with us from the hut. After our strange air bath on the top of the bill we used to walk back, cloth ed, to another strange bath at the bot torn, where for the best part of an hour we lay out on a slanting roof bare, save for onr heads, to the full blaze of the sun. Then for 20 minutes by the clock we were swathed tight in our blankets and then taken indoors, plunged into a tub of tepid water and massaged by ex pert attendants. By the time we got back ou our bare and not infrequently tender feet to the huts we were quite ready for the simple vegetarian midday meal that awaited ns, under the huge common dining room. The virtue of strenuous laziness dur ing the healing time being also sternly inculcated by the healer, the afternoon generally opeued with delicious sleep, followed at the option of the individual by either a modified repetition of the morning's airing and suuning or by a lazy stroll with camera or oook. Soon after 0 the evening meal of soup, voce tables and sweets was over, aud by i) coffee, tobacco aud chatter having achieved their purpose we were gen erally sleeping our Adamio sleep. On tho nights when, for the purposes of the cure, the body or some part of it was "packed" in a cold water bandage dreaming was sometimes delayed, but if that particular part of the treatment was distasteful you were a free mau as soon as the attendant's back was turned. The first and every subsequent night of onr 6tay we spent upon the edge of tho lake within a few feet of tho water in a couple of rough wooden huts without fronts with some forebodings, it must be comfessed, although it was in Au gust, but as we afterward found with only good effects. Strand Magazine. Fall of Marat's Lime Tree. Murat's lime tree on the battlefield of Leipsio has fallen a victim to a vio lent storm. The tree which witnessed such terrible carnaeo was already. r cording to popular belief, 200 years old and more when the three days battle was fought Perhaps it drew new strength from a soil enriched by the countless dead; perhaps, like proud wonnguroue, "blood watered it to make it grow. " In any case it has survived for more than fourscore years the great event or its mstory and now lies pros trate on the battlefield the last fallen in tne battle of giants. The tree has sometimes been called Napoleon's lime, and the legend has been told that the leader in the battle of nations used it as a watchtower at a critical period of the fight. But, according to authentic evidence, it was not Napoleon, but Mnrat, who made it famous. Tho - ... vwywiiu Ul squadrons, who headed the veterans of opain, seems to have climbed into its branches and established hi hero on tho morning of Oct 16, 1813, and here for some time he rpmr.k till an intiusive cannon hall - - - iuaacu through the branches and drove the mra irom tne nest. It is n. crand m veteran, grand even in death. Its trunk is 20 meters high aud 1) meters in diameter. It has . -... iwuio UCCU struck by lightning and is at last over thrown by tempest. Near it is tho ivy colored monument to the French who fell, whose enitanh it Let nouo disturb their rest." -PaU iuaix uuzette. Tt, Will llR till lliri-anuMm a,.....-! . . sunject to attacks of bilious colic to Wrn thut EI,,t rnieV.!:1'?' 1)6 hm! 'J' tkli.RC'han,l,er luins Lo ic, Cholera and Diiirrhu-'a Itemed v In many Instances the attack in l. r, .... . . . . . . . . ",l,u" nuii,ii!C (1 IHTSmiH ci i.y uiMiiK inis reme.iy us soon ns the first syinptotins of the disease appear. 23 cent botles for sale by E. A.lirown & Co. Prof. Andrew J. Phillips K. -L ' Will have charge Vocal Music at THE COMING YEAR. lie is tne oest teacner inai TT I 1 . I Jl-.J. considered hy musical critics Boston. , He had lemarkable chorus in St. Louis and Chicago. Tuition $15.00 a O. K. Hollister, PRINCIPAL. FALL From time immemorial the First of the Straw. Its bad form very to wear a Straw Hat longer; " but that's another story," what we want to say to you is that our FALL HATS are now all in, the stock is complete, and handsomer hats we never handled, ('all in anil r-ee them, FRANK McWHORTER Granite Block, Barre, Vt. GO TO ...Prindle & Averill's STOVES, RANGES and HEATERS We have the Magic, Welcome, Household, Gold Coin, Sterling, Quaker Prize. Richmond, Crawford, Somersworth, Plymouth and Hound Oak (for wood and coal. Stove Pipe, Stove Board, Elbow and Damper, Coal Puritan Oil Heaters, Plumbing, Hot Hardware, linware, House Paint, Oil, and Varnish, GET OUR LOWEST PRICES. Prindle & Averill, JACK MAN BLOCK. The Prince D. D. Haley, the well known Main Street Tailor has just received the following letter from Dr. I. II. Fiske of this city. Montpelier, Vt., August 18, 1898. In view of the fact that D. D. Halev Esn. fitted me eO nicely in an elegrant suit ot this notice ot his effort to please mc well deserved as I know it is highly appreciated. T am very hard to fit fiom overcome all those defects by lo me he is the Prince ol HALEY THE TAILOR, s Artist and Expert in Tailoring, 56 Main Street, - BRICK FOR SALE. All kinds nf RH,.L- f i , ,t nlo nl now yard on Montpelier & Wells River Rail- roild. nil nnlon, ,1.. .... luuiuav nireimeu to 1 rices guaranteed us low as the lowest. Brick delivered at station. Pomt ptnes. . E. a G ITCH ELL, Woodsville, N. II. of the Department of Goddard Seminary T 1- 1...-. 1 . uairu nun -vt-r miuwh ana the best teacher this Hide of success as a conductor of a Term. M-iid lor partitn- liiix to HATS ! September has sounded the " Sunset Guno KOK Hods. Air, Steam and lift Water Heating. Trimming, Nails, Building Paper, Tarred, Tin and Steel Roofing. BARRE, VT of Tailors. clothes made this week, I think my adipose form but Mr. Haley his skill and patient endeavor. Tailors. DR. I. II. FISKE. - Montpelier, Vt, Notice. All bills contracted on account eft"' E Field Day must be immediately to J. W. Gordon, Prime Roast Reef in 5 lb. cans, al0 Boned Turkey and Chicken at I-Averills.