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C. S. EARLE,
lU'l.U.KK IN Harness, ISIiiiikels, Whips, and Hone (.nods. Prices l.oasonabli'. i3 North Main St., Barre, Vt tiercaticnal Etisiness College, VJi StMlc street, Monticlicr, t. li.VKItK olTlrll, 2n:l Main Street, liarrc.Vt. I'.ook'.ccpiii:,'. A rithiiK'l I'eiinninsliip, Sliurtli.ind, 'I'vpcw fit iiir and Correspondence. inlico iipcii mi .Mondays, TueMliiys and '. Imrwliiv cveniinf from 7 to i. in. ' (;, W. TIlo.MI'soS, l'rinripul. R. W. Newton, H. D. I'll .'SK'I.SX AND Sl'WGEON. (iiadiiaii' of tin' .Medical Department of Xew Vnrk t'nivcrsity. ( :'Wr limns: s tn in a. mi., 1 to '! and 7 to !i p. in. NWit i all promptly answered. i'I.!' lil.iu K, N. -MAIN T.,ii.i;i:i:, vt Barre Uook Store, I I ;t 1 1 j i in rt i-r- for JjiKlKS, STATU X KI!V ami MUSICAL mi;kciianiisi;. r:iAi;u:s a. smi rn, Proprietor, ITo X. Xain M., Ilarrc, VI. iaal Estate For Sale We have some special bar gains in houses and lots. Cuine in ami see us if you n rethinking ol'buying a house or building lot. FAY & HANSON, I) Holster's Kli irk. r, a Kin:, ... - vkumont The Commercial House JS KEPT BY Chas, Johnson AT 323 XOIITII MAIN- STREET, And lie is prepared to meet the wants of the public in an up to date mauner. The Williams Typewriter Tha best Machine made, Strong est ManifoSder, Visible Writing, Direct Inker, no Ribbon to get oat of order, the greatest speed. For sale by ! H. ARTHUR CAMP, 4G Washington St., City Agent. Call .uid see one or drop a card in l K- mail. -WHEN- iy Me Your fiir TO MOXTPELIEU U,.A ,1 lU'-A Til HUH 1131 I AT MILLER'S, ):) Xo. Alain St. Monlpelier. THE IERRY 00 ROUND' In the rear of my store will run twice each week, WEDrtESDAY&SATURDAY NIGHTS ANGELO SCAMPINI. n In great big chunks, and Ice Cold Soda can be had for the asking at ead's JUl North Main Street. O o o o o oo ooo 0 t o 8. o o M o o o 0 o 0 o 0. House of six rooms will) a liarn nmlai'.iinu' four stalls on Howard Street. A six-rooini'il house on llailroad Street. Tim above property will lie sold on monthly payments. Impure of GIRDEN HAWES, .Meiiowa .4 (irillin W'k., North Barre. lemember, AY lion on your way to Mont- jn lier (iial our loo Creams, Sherbets anil Soilas an- far nlicad of all compct iturs, and that, our table service, instead of counter sIomIs, will ,u;ivc you no cause l'.'i' en.uplaiii!. Kbc.lries pass llio iloor lliintingtoii'd Restaurant, Sale Street, : Montpolier, Vt. For Sale Barre Evening Telegram. l'rinteil ilaily (except .Sunday) by The Barre Press Co., H. C. WH1TAKER, Editor. G. A. ROSS. Manager lSAIiliK. - - VT. TKKMS: Single fopy , One month, One venr. 1 cent !.') cent e3.no Knlercd in the Post Office at liarro Vt., us second-class matter. The Majority Opinion. All laws are understood to represent tlie will of the majority of th people. When any leal enactment fails to do this, then il is no longer safe to allow such a law on the statute books of Slats or nation. There seems to be a fear among' thu "'nod people of Vermont that the am dent law dealing with the sale and use of 'mloxicalinjr liipior in Ver mont is in danger of repeal if the mem bers of the legislature are elected on the high license or local option platform. Why this alarm? Do the friumls of the law desire, that it should remain in opi ration il in fact it has lost whatever power it once possessed ? We think not. If ihe enforcement of the law be comes the laughing stock of every wide-awake community of the Stale, then is it not time that we changed the law before another Charles Jloyt pro duces another " Temperance Town," and before the l'upior law has become the laughing stock of the whole world? This paper has no desire to be under stood as. saying that the law is not the best, or thai it should give way to some other provision, but the Tki.ii(;uam does assert that no law should bo allowed to be li ed as a club to make members of the Legislature vote to sustain a law that has in certain localities outlived ils Hsefnlin ss, or, rather, to put it in a milder way, become out of fashion. If a majority of the people of Vermont wish to keep that law on the books, the Tia.l.tu.WM believes that it should be allowed to bo enforced. Whether a majority of the people of the Stale are in favor of the present, or some other law, we do not undertake to say, but. on the other hand, the only way to liud this out is by giving the people a chance to express their opin ion by a direct vote, (live the people this opportunity and then which ever way the issue is decided, we shall at least not be told ever' time the Legis laturrj is ealjed (togther that wo are maintiiining a law that is not upheld by the people. With tha record which Vermont has always held as a law abiding and sober commonwealth, why should the temper ance people of Vermont fear to let the people express their opinion of the law. Tlie Tn.KtasAM is certain that the loose way in w Inch the liquor law has been enforced in this cily has had much to do with tin; present growing movement in favor of a eh inge in the law. When the few unfortunate violators are made the victims of ccruiin citizens and a majority of the favored are allowed to go scott free with never an effort made to tr.'at then as ihe law provides, then who can blame our people if they are disgusted with Ihe present law. 'The Tw.ikikam might say more, but abuse never y'l won in an honest cause, so what we. would eugge-f is that Ihe people of Vi-r.nou! bo given a c'inniv to vole on the liipior ipicsl ion. We arc not advocating .high license. We are not, in this article at least, advocating the pn Si nl law, but. simply ft chance is wanted to show the expression of the voters on tiie question. Do the temper ance 1)001 fear such a vole? Wti think they have no eauso to have any fears in this matter. The C;;:,jr.'il Housework Lady. She h;u arrived at last, the General housework lady. She ban been for some time expected. Wo have had tho sales lady a great many of her the wash lady and the scrub lady, and now tho lady of nil work hns appeared. Sho has appeared in cold print, too, and there is no mistaking hor. Tho following ad vertisement appeared iu ouo of tho New York morning papers iu tho "Help" column on Wednosday: "Well recommended lady for general housework ; good cook and laundress ; reference " There is no mistake about it, and the housework lady demands hor perquisites immediately. Sho is recommended, and sho asks for references. If sho does not intend to duplicate her own assertions of worthiness, that is certainly tho moaning of tho last word of tho adver tisement. That may not bo so unreason able, and no ona would wish to deprive thu housework lady of that or many other perquisites if her assumption of tho title was net finch n hitter, biting satire. A rrnl housework lady, with neat, dainty ways, a kitchen faultlessly clean, food perfectly cooked and a faculty for handling dishes without, ornamenting them with unnatural scallops, would bo welcomed with open arms. Utit tho house woik lady as her confreres have been i f old I All hail to thu first publio ly announced lady of all work! AJay the bo something better and no worse than those of her kind who have gone beforo! New York Times. '! t 1'V.l ' (ir:ii:il Sire, Boston. S tu Jt.. H: n. Allrnl s. I'.nk erton ef Wi M r lu:s been ui.iininious ly eloet '.i jrainl pi re of the sovereign pranil Ictlsu J. o. il. l' l'lf'y H:ir In Cur Api-lilc-M. Hr.'iilt'onl. lOn.Ue.nd, Sept. 20. An elec tric e.lriet car wan derailed while le scenilini; u liill here. Fifty persons were nerloiitily injured. Several of them ure d J in ST. i VOTE Tun H.MillH KvilNJ.NH TlxiaillAM's I'opulnr Voting Contest for THE MOST POPULAR CLERK, I.ady or (ientk mini, in the City. of Barre. CliKHKS SAMK. (Write Plainly.) Contest open from September 15tli o$o oooo ooo - GIVE ITO il '01' General LfuvtonY, I'lan Ilegardnig the Native Troops, EMPLOY THEM AT SANTIAGO, Sot n Police Duty, bnt I'poii Gov ernment WnrkH Clenernl Ludlsw'a Ilonrd 1)1 sen M In ur ((oration of Sea TrnnKportntlnu For Troon". Washington, Sept. 21. General Law ton has made a recommendation to the war department for the utilization of Hueh Cuban troops as may relinquish all connection with the Cuban army by employing them upon various works rf the United States at Santiago. General I.awton has not recommended that th y be used to police the city or province of Santiago, but directly the contrary. Last winter an attempt was made to pass a bill allowing the recruiting of Cubans in the army of the United States, either in the volunteer or regu lar service, limiting the number to 10, 000, but the bill was changed so as to allow only B0 to each regiment and these to be enlisted' as scouts and guides. It is probable that the bill for re cruiting rfcgiments from Cubans will meet with more favor In the future, as these men will be available for garri son duty In tho island. It is also thought that a large number of Cubans who havs been serving In some ca pacity with the Cuban army will be come better satisfied with the chingrd condition of affairs if they are al'owed to continue in military service. At the time the bill for enlisting Cubans was propored It was thnutfht that such ac tion would b? resented by the Anvriran troops, ns the pressure to go to Cuba among the volunteers was very great et that time. Major General Ludlow is In Wfi'h'rg ton consulting with Acting Secretary Meiklejrhn, Cene-a! Mile". GsnT 1 Crr bln and the quarterrrast r's d"pirt-ni t relative to the work rf trfe board of which he is prestdert. G-ni-ral L-:rU iw, Colonel Ho'-ker and Lieutenant Uivers were some time ago created a board to Inquire into the report upon a system of sea transportation for troops. It Is expected that there will be ndd?d to this board one cr two civilian trans portation men. Innrteqnnte Hfptlioda. The war department 1-as found that the methods for the trnnportat'cn of the troops at sea are w'-.l'y Inadequate to the needs of the army. The sh'ps are not arranged so as to carry with com fort and entisractlcn large bodies of men. The sleeping accommedat'ons are not satisfactory, while there is no pro vision for the rooking of food such as soldiers should have, necessitating the Issuance of travel rations, which do not meet the needs of troops en long voyages. Tlie board of which General Ludlow is president has been making a thor ough examination of the matter and hns held several meetlivps in the Army building in New York p.nd has consulted steamship men, with a view of having the transports of the United States al tered so as to better accommodate troops. The attention of the war department was called to the matter particularly by a report of Lleut-natit Itivers of the quartermaster's department, in which he pointed out the utter Inefficiency of the present tiansportatlon service at sea. The Ludlow board will report upon every feature of sea transportation, In cluding the remodeling of transports, the status of captains and officers of troops in the service and especially with mivronep to the health and comfort of the troops in the matter of space, sleep ing aeeonimoaaiiims ana meaicui una food sumilies. It is expected that the army transports will be remodeled upon plans auoptea oy uie i.uuiow uouru. EVACUATING PORTO RI0O. I'miTKH of TnUlnur 1'ostesnlon by Our i'rnop In Well t inier Way. San Juan, I'orto Kico, Sept. 21. The evacuation of th'; outlying positions oc cupied by the Spaniards is well under way. Asuadilla, San Si bitstt and L .ros have been abandoned by them, and th.i troops of Ceiienil 'liarnlton's brigade and the Eleventh Infantry moved In and hol.-ted the American (lag. The Spanish troops from the abandoned po sitions are being conerntrnteil at Are cibo, from whence they will rrach San Juan by railroad so roon as transpor tation is available. They could not en ter the city before owing to its crowded condition. On Wednefdny the Spaniards will evacuate the Island of Vlequos, where a company of American troops dispatch ed from General Grant's brigade has already been landed. The Spanish troops from ths Island of Viequos will remain at Humacao until the Spaniards fall back on the line of the military road. Spanish control Is now confined to within a line drawn from Humacao to Abonito and from there to Areclbo, less than one- third of the island. Tho Spanish evacuation commission ers at the meeting of the Spanish and American commissioners officially In formed tilt; Americans that they had been notified of the sailing from Spain of two transports Intended to embarl troops here and also that tOO Spanish soldiers will sail from here at once on a transport which is expected from Cutl The departing troops consist of 200 sick men nnd L'OO nicinl era of the engineers' reRiment. The nicetinif of the commissioners wen entirely without friction, and it was owing to the good feeling prevail ing between our soldiers and those of Spain that it was decided to allow the company of Americans to land at the Island of Vlequos before the Spaniards left. It has been decided, in the interest if the order of the island, to allow Ameri cans to enter the Spanish lines, nnd vice verse, in pursuit of marauders. This obllP"-ls the neutral zone be tween the lines, and it Is believed It will lVKUlt In the complete suppression of disorders at Utuado and other p'acis in tho Inter!, r and afford protection to native and Spanish resident.! alike. In spite of the fact that some of thmi have. .been disillusionized, the influx ot 9 to October 31st, 188, inclusive. -oo ooo ooo oo American promoters continues. Host of them are at Ponce and unable to reach San Juon owing to the military res libit ion 3. An agent of the Sugai tntpt lr, here, and many others are so'4:ing business opportunities, fran chises and concessions. All of them are fretting over the unavoidable delays. The condition of the troops on the Is land is not improving. Almost 2.0C0 men have reported sick. General Brooke Is doln? all in his power to improve the condition of the soldiers and afford them every comfort possible. In so co ins he has ordered every military tent on the island to be fitted with flooring. ANXIOUS TO DEPART. Troops Ordered to Mnnlla Are In a Hurry to Get Awor. ' San Francisco, Sept. 21. The troops lust ordered to the Philippines are all anxioua to depart as Boon as possible, and their wishes are likely to be grati fied, for General Miller, who hopes to head tho expedition, Is doing all he can to expedite their transportation. The numerical strength ordered to the orient is as follows: First Tennessee regiment, 1.2S6; Twentieth Kansas regi ment, 1,301; Fifty-first Iowa regiment, 1,251; First Washington regiment, 1,315; recruits, Second Oregon regiment, 300; oattalion Twenty-third regiment, Unit sd States army, 400; total force, 5, SCO. All of the troops named except the Washington regiment have been at tached to the Philippine expeditionary forces. The Washington men have be .onged to the department of California. Although the Sixth and Seventh Cal ifornia regiments are anxious to see active service, there seems to be little prospect of their being added to the ex peditionary force. In case no general should he assigned to this expedition th ccmmKnd will devolve upen Colonel John II. Wholly of the First Washing ton volunteers. lie ranks Colonel Fun ston by reason of prior service In the regular army, both having mustered in their commands on May 11. General Miller has made application by telegraph to the chief of ordnance at Washington for enough Krag-Jor-ETensen rifles to arm the four regimen s tiiat are Ko'n.T with the expedition. The Wyoming battery of light artillery will be retained here. The Eighth Utah, now doiriT enrrtsnn rtnlv. nrolmhlv will be left undisturbed. The steamer Australia has arrived In port from Hawaii. General Mer riam. commander of the department of California, who has been In Honolulu, was one of the passengers. He was accompanied on the voyage by Lieuten ants Graves and Bennett of his staff. Everything was T'V: Hpnolulu when the steamer left. The people were Jubilant over the annexation and were interesting them selves in en effort to make the govern ment of the islands similar to that of tho Unitad iftates. The-offlcers of the Australia ray that the Arizona, with troops for Manila, sailed on the 11th inst., and the Scandia, with troops and treasure, was to leave on Tuesday, the 12th. The Atif-tralia brought up five sick soldiers. Among them were Lieuten ants Wallace and Teny of the First New York volunteers and three pri vates from the Minnesota, North Da kota and Montana regiments. Lieu tenant Hunt of the Fourteenth regu'ar Infantry was also a passenger. He was taken i'l in Honolulu with typhoid fe ver, and after he was convalescent wan granted a pick leave. Ttie AVnr InveritlK'ntlon. Washington, Sept. 21. The president in makiiiR' progress In the m-.tter of the preparation of the commission for the investipat'on of the conduct of the war so far as it relates to the war depnt ment, and he Ftated to members of the cabinet that he had so far completed the commission that he had Inv'td the members to meet him for a confvience at the White House on Saturday next, with the view of beginning their work next week. Seven of the nine mem bers of the body have definitely Indi cated their acceptance of the presi dent's Invitation, and he expressed himself as biing very confident of Veins able to secure the services of the ot'ifr two gentlemen necessary to complete the quota of nine by the time st for the conference. The names of the new men who hnve been invited to serve were not given out. Ilrenlcli'isr I'm Slunnl Corps, Washington, Sept. 21. The disintegra tion of the volunteer signal corps was begun when the orders were issued for the relief "c,m active duty of the Fourteenth company, with a view of its 'urlough and muster ut. General Gree V in issu'm; this order takes advantage of the opportunity to Issue an address to his men, of whose record in the war he has just reason to be proud. He says that while detained himself by his mul titudinous duties from participating at the front .he cannot permit his men to return to private life witHout acknowl edging their "loyal, efficient and valua ble services to ths nation." The Tnentnn at SnntlnKO. Santiago do Cuba, Sept. 21. The U. lt ed States transport Yueatan has ar rived here from l'once, Porto Rico, hav ing on board Captain Bradley of the signal service, who will be attached to the staff of General Wood and make oroparat ions for the establishment of a telegraphic rervice In this province. flu'tiito-.- Ordered to Ifliilnde'ililit. Was'.i n.lnn, Sept. 21. Major General Samuel P. Sumner, United States vol unteers, who has just bL'en relieved from duty with the Fifth army corps, has been ordered to Philadelphia and placed in general charge of the mustering out of all the volunteer troops of Pennsyl vania now n furlough. Itrneflt I-'or lilldebrnnd'n Fnnttlj. San Fiantlfco, Sept. 21. In each of the reeiments at the Presidio collec tions t re King taken un for the benefit of the faulty of Henry Hildebrand, who was murdered by Hospital Steward KoKser of the First Tennessee. The col lect:o;:s now amount to about JL',500. .1 iii'illicr Victim of Typhoid. Syracuse, svpt. 21. Sergeant Major Clarence 11. I rayton of the Third New York, turn of W. C. Drayton, gem rul anient of i be Delaware, Lackawanna en 1 Vert i-i of this city, Is dead at the Doltra Ilei;::e, Harrlsburg, of typhoid fever, cci.tracted at Camp Alger. NO KEY TOJMRY. Bridgeport Police Without Even a rroiiiisin,' ("lttw. ACTIVITY OF DETECTIVES. Trnrel From Town to Town on Ti-r.ll of ItlUsInK GlrlmTlioiiKht In New Haven the Victim May Have Lived There. Bridgeport, Sept. 21. It is evident that the police are thoroughly at sea regarding any solution of the mystery of Yellow mill pond. Superintendent Birmingham, Captain Arnold and De tective Cronan indirectly admit that they have not secured a single definite ?lew Qn which to base a promising in vestigation. All three of these men nave been out of town at various times ivithln the last 48 hours and have gone from New Haven to Waterbury with out finding anything as a reward of iheir work. Nothing remains of all the leads which they picked up last week save "G 51," which is of the blindest. The Identifications since the false one made by Frank W. Perkins amount to nothing. A traveling man, Van Keuren, who was at the morgue, had on'y the shadowy memory of a woman seen two years ago to guide him, and the latest Information with regard to his Identi fication Is that he thought that at the lime he saw her the woman was not far from 20 years old. A dispatch from the New Haven po lice ssys that they are working on a possible clew to the identity of the dead woman. They are trying to identify her as Mary Cradford or Craddoek, who was employed as a waitress in New Haven. Bnrlra In Potter's Field. She has disappeared, and as her ap pearance tallied somew hat with thed" scription of the body found in Yellow mill pond, it is feared that the New Haven girl met with foul play. The head is still kept for identification at the morgue, but the body has been bur led in Potter's field. Considerable In dignation Is stirring Bridgeport over the scant ceremony which attended the disposal of the body. No clergyman tvas present at the burial. A letter has been found here which ?hows that Dr. Nancy Guilford Is not at -Ms with her husband, who is now In state prison, as had been asserted sev eral times. The letter was written by the husband, who is known as Dr. G il. He advirrd his wife in the letter con ?ernlns' the eale of some property, snd ?xpressed wishes for her welf ire. Just where Dr. Guilford is now no me here pretends to know exactly un less it be her lawyer. Some persons, jelieving dispatches from Montreal, say that she is there. Others say she has sailed for Liverpool. A few ray that she is not far away and that she will :ome here If the police assure her that she will not be arrested on mere suspi cion. The police apparently have neJ ividence that would, warrant tne arrest 3f any one, and they practically say :hat they are not concerning themselves ibout Dr. Guilford's movements. Trade In Porto Rico Dull. San Juan, 'Potto Hico, Sept. 21. Messrs. Luco & Dumaresq, the fiscal igents of the government, who have es tablished the Rank of Porto Rleo, are ;onsulting with Major General Brooke relative to the currency situation. They report that business is at a stand t till owing to the fluctuations of the lo ;al currency Just at the time the plant ers need money for their crops. They ara offered mortgage loans at 18 per ;ent interest, but they can do nothing anti! the rate of exchange is fixed. They believe it should be about two for ne and will probably report on the sub ect to the treasury department at Washington. General Brooke is inves tigating .lie matter thoroughly, with tlie view of taking artion when our sov ereignty over the island is complete, rhe fiscal agents also say that many of the speculators who (locked to Ponce ire returning to the United States dis illusionized and convinced that the is and is not an Kl Dorado. To Keep Converted VneT tn. Norfolk, Sept. 21. Tlie Itti'--- conven ed yacht Warp, v.b'ch w-s 1 ehin.1 the San Francdvco when the last rtt of the war v. t re fired from Kl Merro at Havana, l.-s arrived In Hampton P.oads on her wry to the navy yard, to ?o out of com-.vls:-ion. It is ssirl fiat a board of surrey will rcon bo hwe ti recommend tlv retention of .thout a half iloz.-'ii oiv-v -rt-d yacht-, to b? uvd exclusively as dispatch boats around our new possesions. The government, from what is learned, seems to favor the yachts In p- eference to ucing tor pedo boats for cMr pitch service. Iletilelie-v' lto?nl nreetlnK. Bethlehem. T'i.. fept. 21. Company K if the Ninth regiment arrived at Ileth lehem enrly and was greeted by 30 000 ?nthusiastic clt'zrrs. Certain Adams begun when orders orders were issued ind his 1 7 sold er hoys were escorted by six bands of music, as many drum corps and 20 civic societies and 1,000 firemen to Mimlc.'psl hall, where a re lation wns hel I. In the jam at the de pot as the tre n bearing the soldiers -ame in Mrs. M. Talbot, aged 65 years, whoas srn is a private In Company k! was pushed under an engine ami jround to plecs. PltTdlrd by niot. Perry, la.. Spt. SWIsaae Fits has shot nnd Instantly k lied his brother-in-law, James McClelland, near Yale, Guthrie county. The two men were' loading hogs and quarreled. McClelland finally; mounted his horse and started away, when Filz came out of the house with .t shotgun and, without a word, fired both barrsbi at McClelland. The latter fell from his horse, riddled with shot. Itlcli Amnlgniii Stolen. Vancouver, H. C Sept. 21. A tele gram from Lilloeet states that S00 ounces of gold amalgam have been stol en fn tin the (loldi'ii Cache mine. It was the result of a thrw weeks' clean up and was worth about $10,000. There is no clew to the robbers. l.e (ioliiH Home. Richmond, f'i pt. I'l. Word has been received here that Ceneral nnd Mrs Fitz-Huch Lee have left Jucksenvlile for Kieliaie.nd. f'anr nnd Kaiser to Meet. Berlin, Sept. 21. The Tngeblatt says that the emperor of Russia will vis t Dantzlc on Sept. 27 to take part in the ceremony of r.uve'ling the monument to the Russ.'n poldieis who fell there in tho 1'elish war. u ion which occasion he will meet the kaiser. riillrnniln. Wants Melilnley. San Francis,, o, Wi.pt. 21. The ninst Inlluential commercial bodies In Cali fornia have united in sending President McKinley n tel trtnnhic lnviin,in . visit this state and this city Immediate ly arier ms contemplated visit to Oma ha next month. A Great Offer! We have on hand a few copies of tlie Illustrated Edition of THE ENTERPRIS Which will be sold to close them out for almost half price. CENTS Now is your time to get a good bargain. Come early. BAliKK Isr.SIXKSS COMJXiK ANI SCHOOL OK MUSIC. Kail term will open in Iiol.sl'er Block Sept. .'. Commercial and Stenographic Courses, Vocal anil Instrumental Music. Sessions day and evening. Kor full particulars address Miss L. C. DfHi'F.v, Prin. Miss L. M. Jkwktt, Asst. 1) Summer St.. ISariv, Vt. J. T. GALLAGHAN'S DOHEST1C AND FANCY BAKERY, Is tlie place to get all kinds of food that are hctllhy, wholesome and delicious. His Huns will please th Queen or King And out of urief they'll take the sthitf. They'll make von dance the Highland Fling For they nuke the little children sing Tu Kti It a Boom De Ay. 3 to 5 Per Gent. FEB MONTH, Earned for elianls. Money is not in vested in the stock market or in so-called syndicates, but in good, Solid collateral, where no loss can be possible. You oa-i in vast ,$10 to $1000, or any amount between ; can withdraw it at any time; and can have principal and inter est guaranteed. llavt nevor lost a dollar for a custo. mcr. Tears of experience with satisfied customers throughout all Now England Write for circulars. The host of "refer enees. A. J. LITCHFIELD, 60 State St.. Boston Mass. AFE URE PEEDY RIME. LE CLAIR'S FRENCH REMEBY Ntver Palls. HMMED IV TH8USANDS. Twenty-Sve a cent stamps Winrs Irial (ucknn una etmriwes the most skeptical of their womlerf u" pran. ,M5ls- N..B.AIlorrespBTi4eieeconfcfetUk ind returned br mail witb trial icklca. SO YEARS' EXPERIENCE Trace Marks CcrvrmaHTB Ac. Anyona sanding a artel eh nnd ilescrlriMon may putokly aseertnin mir opinion free whether M iKTenMnn !' ! W pxtantaMc rfimmnnirn. rions strictly oonfldanHal. Handbook on I'atonta sont f ree. Oldest nreney for seeunng patents. ratnt rnken ihronuh Nonn A Co. receive speetoi oH, wtthost chnruo, in the Scientific flttieric; ti A handseimely lltvistraKwl weoklT. I.nrirest elr cnltftlnn of any scientiHo journal. Terms, :t a laYiViM r";'"", com pyan newsdealers. I SeiBraadwcy.Mpui Vfirlf Baanih Office. 629 F St. Washlucioii. D. C. J3C3irS of start ' zT ' -; '-i.i':o money an -1. t JHsJar A TJl Weaf yourseIves ou" iu the ehccrlcss drutlicry ci liard labor J Half of this depends on your parent, the other half o j you. X IfJfKt Tvealth -.. honors await you if ru I ' yourself worth. f tt ,r want ' " ."wortlly of Jt T&ero arc tUjuslandi ' ;S2w u Sl. e'j .l. ClnB 'or hia own i -f,".e. 04 51 r' ' 'meat , ., .j .u m wur.t i a cuiao la ssr- IS 1 f CS fftCScllcl Wool in Aaoriev The speclnl effort of the J, Ml Jg X hlrbf piLesarfdt ,'"' bl,R"'s : will enable them to till JV pcsitluim in the world ".vs iromiUocountry, have been Utted to nil IhtDts y Slt4foni?ti'?C.a? aDd Tpndntl.S are recoenUcd WgSSX coursca. """V" aouurcd to,- ull worthy yrjauatc.i ol U3 Uumcss aud bliorUUi-u wtllirtoed S ?' ? rray bo hua. Address Han o. "nori a CLEMENT C. GAINES. A COPY, 5 BOSTON and YUKON Transportation and Supply Co. Capital $500,000; .Shores ,00. Each Fully Paid anil 3nn..iivMaMn There Is a strong appeal tn th. C(.mTUTtll in t net In the opimrtuuity vW,l,-h ihu r -h to ih Alaska Gold Fields irivon to 1. filin all. fH.P Th men who iinrleruko to supph th,. i.r-w n.eiin'a or 1, illation of Alaska with what ihi-v r,. v, a, j.-tV nnd wear and with th Impli.iisnis nf their wo-k are those into whose hands tin. L.r:rr mn , ,h, will come. This company is funnel (rT ihe pur pose of trading in all LinrU of supplies and will send a ship of .'lUfi-tnn burthm from Boston in Xovcmbrr. htoi-kej with the necessary provisions, closing M)n implements requisite for the minors anti public use, sailing by the way ,,f Cape Horn, arriving; at the (iol.l r i t-1 ! s at ti e opening of the season. In regard to passenger serriee, we can accommodate but a limited mimlM (say fifty). To those invciin in the stock of the. company the folinuin" in ducements are offered : Passage from Hnston to the oemre of thv told re Klons, Including one yenr's snpply of inn,!, clotMiig medicine, camp and milling oiniU ci.mni.n. $350. Every Dollar Invested In ihh torn pany will Return 10 far 1, This company enters into no chimcrlsiil schem, bat at onae strikes at the foundation of mcc, i.j conveying In the best and cheapest manner artlcloi most in demand, without which there can henoauc ecss, no gold and no returns for your room y. Shares can he procured oitivr l.y mail or it the company's office, No. 164A. Tremotit St., roomi ( and 7. Correspondence, personal Interviews and fullesl investigation Invited. Make checks, money nnd oipre nr.ii-rs nayn t'leto UEUHUE 7.. l.Yl'tliiOE, Tri asarer. To the Ladies, I pay for 3 Cent Green V. S. Internal Revenue Tlaylng Cards tart:- 91,00 each. These stumps were ned un the buck of old Photographs Ultcn between therein of 180O ii lid 1870. Stamp- ran bt rtmoved from backs of Photographs without Injur ing either stamps or photographs i v m!; ing the backs in warm water. Look vour olH I'hotogruphs over for them. He sure it says I'inylng Cants at bottom of stamp. On receipt of same $1.00 t'orea 'h rnc w i;l! 1'HOMPTLY SKXT TO THhl EMKK. 1 also buy all other kind of Iteveime-. slSl) VOH MY I'UICK LIST. CiKHrPuM KNCE .SOLICITED. Addrosi FKHIiKltlC FOIiKHAXl), Worcester, Mas-., box .":". Send 2 cent stamp for price li.t. ONEloTjWAYsT'" The bladder was created for cue purine, namely, a receptacle for ihe nrine. ami as such it s not liable to anv form of disease ft e it by one or two wavi. The firi wnv in fjm imperfect action 'of the kidm vi, The seooad way is from cureless lecai trratmnit nl other diseases. CIIIKF CAI'SF. Unhealthy urine from unhealthy ki'lnfji the chief canse of bladder trouble'. So till womb, like the bladder, was rreaw.l for w;e jmrpose, and if not doctarwl too tinn-h I ""' liable to Weakness or disease, Pk'-o; t in rnr ewes. It is fituateil back of and i on close M the bladder, therefore hut pain. iln ' ot in convenience nianifetteil in the Miner i. bark, bladder or urttniry ixsij;e is often, by mi take, attributed to female werkinyi or worn!) trouble of aoine sort. The error i fusilf niaile and ihkv be as easilv sMiideil, To find out correctly .'set your urine aside for twenty four hours;' a sedinipnt or svttliii!." inJii'' kidney or bladder trouble. The uiil 1 nnd the extraordiiinrv etl'eet of Or. Kilmi rV swiup Uoot, the great kidnev, nnd bladdr reme.ly s soon realized. If vou need mediHne' ehouM have the Wat. Atilru'ii-ti i't1'"1" and one dollar. You msv har e a sample bot tle and paBiphlut, both' sent fren by i""1'' upon receipt of three two.cent nainy t" '",i,r" er cost of postnee on tlie bottif. Mention THE Hakrk KNlrRpnisn and send roar ad dreus to Dr. Kilmer Co., llinjli.nnton. N. Y. The proprietors of this paper stuirantre the genuineness of this offer, DsWitfs Witch Hazel 5alve Cum Piles. Scalds, Burns. r ' -eu so!:i- to make In lifo f Are you Wins a - ", bo aucrcr.sfu1 hnalneaa men? Or are scuS 10 be m a eooi salary you mr.st ro. a ef Ko a week m.,. herinr for mod men. i poor places. If vou are worth 10 a wert a younc mau car have who eipeata to Plvlr.S miuh hetr,fl information. turn; umi t, wli.u cost a goou eu- Prrsi.i,,, r.-,,-r Nrw YORK.