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Quarry Boys, Pure Leaf, L L Ponies, Royal Savage, ARE TheGisarstoSmoke For Sale Everywhere. Payette, Mendelslion k Co. MTrs. ' L. Lewin, M'gr. 180 No. Hain St. Barre, Vt Do Drop In A nil see us at tho PARLOR LUNCH ROOM UNDER PARLOR DRUO STORE First-class up-to-date Restaurant. Meals at all hours. C. M. HT7TTOXT, Proprietos. Hay, There ! Read This ! f"havo on hand fifty tons of Baled Hay Some of it I will sell as low as 40c. A HUNDRED. From that up to No. 1 Timothy. L. JL. AVEKILL, 200 N. Main St., near Depot Square. A. C. SPIRO, s FURRIER Cor. State and Haiti St., flontpelier, Vt. Furs Repaired, Redyed, Remodled. Reasonable Prices, Satisfaction Guaranteed. Jackets, Riding Coat and Garments all Fashionable Furs made to order. Assorted 6tock of Furs, Skins and Linings on hand. in MOVING AND JOBBING. I am prepared to do all kinds of moving and jobbing in the best possible manner and at Lowest Prices. I have seven two-horse teams and can handle tho largest as well as tho smallest job with equal facility. My terms aro fifty cents an hour for a two-horse team and one man. Give mo a trial. L. J. BOLSTER. STORM WINDOWS Now is the time to order of ALLEN & RICHARDSON New Block, near C. V. Depot. We also have another car of those Cedar Shingles on commission at $1.55 per M at our yard, North Main St. Gaining Oyster Fields. II. C. Rowo & Co., who aro the owners of moro oyster grounds than any other firm in the Unite I Stater, aro now commencing a new enterprise in the waters of Rhode Island. Their two largest steamers, Ruol Rowe and Gordon Rowe, are catching and loading over 2,700 bushels daily" and Itowe & Cos third sleamcr is in Narrognnsett Bay towing tho schooners about the oyster grounds on I heir arrival, while the dlanlers shovel over the oysters. FOR SALE BY C. H. CAMPBELL, 22 & 24 N. flain Street. PARK BLOCK. GRAND AUTUflN OPENING OF THE CASH STORE OF THE DRY GOODS, MILLIN ERV, CLOAK and CLOTH ING DEPARTMENTS; A cordial Invitation is extended to all. Elegant displays in every line will be found ISeutitiful Dress (ioods. Silks, Dress Trim mings, Jackets, (.'tipes, (,'olluretts, Etc., all the way back to our grand Millinery Exhibition. Over two hundred Trimmed Pattern Hats to select from, representing the best Ideas of the Millinery creation to be found in Paris and Xew York markets.- (Miss Ureckin will have charge of the trimming department this season and will give careful attention to all orders. MOI KXIXO AND CHILDREN'S HATS A SPECIALTY. Clothing Display. AVliprp fivprv cnnnfiivnblp. St.vlish Article In Men's, Youth's, lio.v's and Children's Clothing can lie found, .special attention is caneci to our Children's Department. Over three hun dred Yestee Suits for the little boys can be seen at fancv, profit-stripped prices. All goods marked in plain figures. Goods pur chased on Opening Days will be found at much lower prices than to be had later in the season. The opening Days will nc lnursuay and Friday. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT! Ve have just received seventeen dozen of the Corset-Kitting " Reliance Wrappers" In Percales, Outing and Flannelette in beautiful patterns and colors. Our previous sales of this wrapper has advertised its merits. Come and see this splendid assortment. Combi nation CASH STORE CO. 15. COItOSKY & CO., Proprietors. 213 Main St., - - Barre, Vt. Opposite Depot Square. Fresh lot of preserving plums just arrived. Sawtellc Bros., Depot Square. The celebrated Rogers Baby lunch bi; scuit can be found at J. T, Callasrh- M. Marron's, R. L. Clark's, Sowden & Lyons and at M. L. Town & ;o. loetf I). D. Ilalev, the tailor, lias a new advertisement in another column which carries straight facts like all his adver tisements. 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. W. C. Quinlan & Co. of this city aro sole agents for tho famous Empire Roof Paint which stops leaks and is guaiantecd not to crack, peel or blitter. Careful property owners will find it to their interest to insist upon using this reliable article. Lead and oil mixtures are all right on the right places, but never should be put on roofs. I Now is tho time to put in your coal Get your prices of G. J. Townc, 135 North Main Street. 112 Mrs. Briggs of Morrisville has rented tho homo place of Mrs. Ella I. Lamb at 159 North Main Street and has opened the same for table boarders. 150 t f. Grand chnnco for tbo ladies of Barre and vicinity given by the Blno Store on Depot Square, Segel & Brady pro prietors on Friday and Saturday this time being 8 dozen fall flannelette and heavy percale wrappers made in a lino variety of colors and more stylish wrap pers were never shown in this city. Everything perfect as to make and fin ish and of a kind that sells in tho large city stores at $1.00 to $1.25. Our price for tho choice at 88c. sizes from 32 to 44, this being a lot bought while re cently in Boston and we actually be lieve that the goods by tho yard could not be bought for any less. Ladies bear in mind that it you aro needing a wrap per or two now is the timo to buy and save making. Those who come first receive the first choice. Remember the place, at the Blue Store. WATER TAXES. All users of the City Water are hercbv noti (led that the Superintendent has this day placed in my hands the. water bills for the six months commencing Out. 1, 1H0H. You arc further notified that all Water Taxes must be paid within ten days or the water will be cut off without further notice. Hills or state ments will not be sent out by mail and no other notice than this will be served. liUHT II. WELLS, Oct. -J.ISiW. City Treasurer. TAX COLLECTORS NOTICE. 'I axes must bo paid on or before tho sixth day of October. The collector will be at Polico Headquarters. Citv Building, October 1, from II (o !) p. in., and October 11, from 2 to !) n. in., to re ceive said taxes. I will also bo in tho City Court room Saturday evening Oct 8 for the same purpose. W. II. Buehannn, Collector. COMB NATION BARRE Steam Laundry. It will eost you nothing for our team to collect mid deliver your Laundry. OFFICE and WORKS, No. 7 Central Place, Uarre, Vt. BRANCH J. K. Lvnde, K. N. Aldrich, -L. C. Kinney, W. E. Morrison, E. M. Scaver, - OFFICES : Willianistown, Vt. Graniteville, Vt. Webslerville, Vt Hast Barre, Vt. Washington, Vt. L. A. Houghton, Prop'r., No. 7 Centra Place. - Barre. Vt Sparks From Granite City. Mrs, G. .1. Ilawcs is on the sick list C. P. Tute of Boston is here on busi ness. M. J. Tcarncy has finished work for Z. Maechi. Jed Beckley moved yesterday to n farm at Cutler Corner. William Rogers is called tho illness of his mother. away by William Reid is spending a few days with relatives in Hardwieli Clyde Batehelder is working as spare hand at L. M. Averills today Ezekiel Drew and A. A. Northrop re turned from I unbridgo yesterday Will Carver goes to Boston today after a two weeks visit with friends, W. E. Hawes has taken the. contract to complete II. R. Sulham's house on Beckley St. Mrs. II. C. Bates wife of the Lieut. Gov. elect is to spend Sunday with Mrs O. II. Hale, Will Campbolls pool room was con neeted with Viles system of lighting this morning. Daniel P. Piko of Hiram, Me, a for mer resident of Barre is stopping here for a few days. Rev. Mr. Fuller and wife are visit ing in Walerbury. They nro expected to return tonight. G. new bu'lding at the corner of North Main and Cottage St's. Peter Kerr Royal Secretary of the order of Scottish Clans left today for his home in South boston. Have you noticed the new three seat ed drop axle, stage couch on the East Barre, Washington and Chelsea route? Financial Secretary Alex Bird of Clan Gordon drove with Royal Secretary Kerr to make a tour of the quarries yes- terday. O. II. Hale returned last night from the Tunbridgo fair and reports that this is the last fair of tho season which he is to attend. Miss Laura Smith of Medford, Mass. who has been visiting at Mrs. Lapoint's for the past few weeks returned to her home today. Frank Eli employed by Smith, Whit- comb & Cook has hired a tenement and will move his family herefrom Franklin falls, N. II,, in the near future. Miss Florence Henry who lias been stopping for a few days with Mrs. Frank McWhorter returned to her home in Washington today. Her mother will spend next week iu Barre. A two horse team loaded with desks for tho Beckley Hill sehoolhouso had a fore wheel break down while trying to get clear of tho electric ear track near Angelo Scaiiipinis yesterday. George Irwin employed by S. D. Si'oley at North Barre begins on a short vacation today. He will return to work tho 15th of this month, being engaged by the new firm of Abbott & Burke. Ten carpenters employed by Contrac tor C. L. Bugbee took a vacation yes terday and ravaged the woodlands to tho great (error of the birds and grays, several of which fell before their ruth less file. P. S.' Prior has a circular from the International Stock Food Co. ofMinne- . . apons, Minnesota, wnien contains a picture of "Old Tom" the largest hog in the world who has reached a weight of 1G21 pounds on a diet of their prep aration. Dennis Sweeney of Waterbnry, form erly in the regular service but now a member of Co. II was in tile city yes terday afternoon, lie has just been discharged from Heaton Hospital where he tins been sick with typhoid fever since his arrival from tho south. The Philomathian Club will meet with Mrs. Dr. Chandler next Tuesday evening. The program will bo as fol lows; Current events, Miss Brown; Questions on the homo and social life of Charles Lamb, Mrs. Chandler; Sel ections from the Essays of Elia, Mrs. Matbiewson : Poem-selccled, Miss Isliam Quotations will' bo from Lamb's Essays. Tho question of water supply is still a livo issue here. The ancient fued be tween tho Hunters and Emcrsons, which grew out of a scrap over a spring, is still smouldering mid needs but little fanning to burst forth into raging llames in (ho court room. Tom says lliey keep chucking foreign substances into tho spring and goes on to darkly hint at a just retribution, following a legal action if they, (he offending Hunters do not mend their ways. A fact perhaps not generally under stood, has made itself apparent in the guise of a most profitable investment to Uarre Citizens. Ehle'sBook and Music store has recently inaugurated tho plan of paying (ho street car fares to pur- cliasers ill llieir hcnuliliil art and sta tionery store in Montpelier when goods up to one dollars worth nre purchased. The facilities offered in 'this store are so varied in the lines of Musical Instru ments and Novelties, (hat prospective buyers find themselves bewildered in making their selection. Though early for tho approaching Holiday season the stock has already arrived in some de partments and a timely investigation will prove a good investment. The shoes for the newsboys are all right. Just drop in to the People's Shoo Store and examine them. E. B. Proudman left this morning for bis home in Meriden, Conn. Harry Hoyt of East Fairfield is visit ing friends in tho city for a few dnys.t C. E. Morrill of Nashua, N. H., was in the city yesterday afternoon on busi ness. Guilford Heath and wife fiom North boro, Mass., are visiting at Chas. Cur rier's. Wesley Herrick is moving today from No. 1 South Main street to 21 Church street. Will Tage returned last night from Brandon where be has been attending the fair. I. II. Landry went to Franklin Falls N. II., for an over Sunday visit with his family. . Cashier F. G. Howland of the National Bank began his two weeks vacation thii morning. L. 1). Bixby of the New Haven polieo force is visiting his sister Mrs. L. A. Houghton for a few days. Barley Cook is acting as captain of the Goddord second eleven in the place of Tom Dunham who is sick. James MeWilliams went to Armah P. Q. last night for a short visit. His wife will accompany him home. Work on tho city building was par tially suspended this morning but it will be resumed again this afternoon. Tho foot ball game, between the Juniors and the Goddard second eleven is going on at the Seminary today. Miss Minnie Densmoor is to leave for. tier Home m Aorthlield Monday to tinish out tho remainder of her months vacat ion. T. L. Snow is connecting the barber shop of Jesso Cayhuo with electric lights from J. S. Viles plant thii after noon. Mrs. R. B. Vaughn who has been visiting relatives in Hudson, Mass. for the past week is expected home Mon day. "Tho Gentleman from France" was present ut the River street soiree last evening and he says some one "touched him for a V," Deputy Sheriff George Smith went to Waitslield on business yesterday. He took a gun along and bronght home three fat grays. W. E. Young and mother of Bradford Vt, who have been visiting at Chas. Currier's for a few days returned home this afternoon. The executive committee of the Ver mont Y. P. C. U.. is in executive session at tho home of Rev. Eflio K. M. Jones this afternoon. William Reynolds went to East Mont pelier this forenoon on business con nected with the pipe for the East Mont pelier Water Works. In the civil suit Messer & Burnbnm vs Arby Freeman, tried beforo Judge Barney this forenoon judgment was rendered for the plaintiff. Mrs. !. O. Blanchard of Granitevilic is expected home.from, Manchester, N. II. Monday where shelias been stopping for the past three weeks. J nose who attended the excursion to the White Mountains yesterday report mat ine weatner was fine all tho way and the sky was cloudless. Mr. Leland Hayward of West Tops ham had a growth removed from the eye-ball by Dr. Hanson today which was irrowin:: over (ho sieht. Private 15. W. Soper of Company F. is in the city today calling on friends at the Seminary. Mr. Soper is a graduate of Goddard in tho class of '97. John Jr.. the three year old son of Mayor Goi don, fell from the stone bridge on Park street yesterday and cut a deep gash in Ids head. No bones were broken and lie is getting along nicely E. O. Frank who has been here buy ing up the stock of the defunct Granite State Building and Loan Association went to Boston last night for a short business trip, Prof. George II. Perkins of U. V. M. state geologist was in the city yesterday getting material together for his report which ho is (o preseut to tho present session of tho legislature. Frank Bailey of Montpolior was in the city yesterday, Mr. Bailey has iust returned from Chiekainauga with his brother, Luther Bailey Co. E. The lat ter is improving every day. Joseph Ward has his horse ' Quo Vadis entered in the races at Bridge port, Conn., for tho 12th of Oct. and F. A, Slayton lias his trotter Belle Ilendee ontertd for the 18th. Meeting at Webslerville Sunday morning at 9.45 subject. "Our Nations Rainier." Sunday school at 2 o'clock and preaching service at 7 in the even ing. All are welcome. Sergeant 1- lynn G. Austin took tho physical examination at Montpelier thjs morning after which Surgeon Snyder left for Bradford where that company nui uc cxamineci toaay. Lmersou and Frank Ensrlish who have been employed by Mr. McLean in putting in 'the fixtures for the Miles block left this noon for their home in Boston. Mrs. W. F. Morse, Mrs. H. O. Worthen, Mrs. W. F. Shepardaud Miss Mina Brown returned last night from Brattleboro where they went to attond tho State Federation of Women's clubs. Mrs. J. Henry Jackson who was one of tho delegates wont to Keene, N. II. whore she is to remain for a few days with friends. The Central Vermont railroad will run a special excursion to Burliugton Oct. 13 in order to enable everyone to witness the parade which will take plaeo on thai day and to celebrate the grand receplion to tho 3rd U. S. Cav alry. '1 lie 3rd Cavalry band and Slier man's band will furnish music. Fare for the round trip from Barre $1.00. An enjoyable birthday parly took place Thursday at the homo of Caroline A. Kinney oil Kinnev street in bonne nf her Tilth birthday. About 20 of her relatives from Moutpelior were present during the day as were also several of her neighbors and friends from this city. A large number of beautify presents graced the occasion and Mrs. Kinney received tho warmest congratulations from her many friends. A bargain salojof Odd Underwoar at Fran'; MoWliortor's, Call iu and see them. L. W. Hanson, SO, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. WOOD BLOCK, ItAHKK, VT. Except Tuesday and Friday ftflcrnoons nt Law. rents Block, MotcpHU'i. C.-.t tract and otliei opera tlnus. Klcetro Mumii'l for p inlct-H removal of Mteel, Jnmprt;8 I'd Air, Hpi-ay and Vapor Treatment for Catarrh, I H'af ti(t?H, C'IiIh, Coiluh. Asthma, etc. Palyms removed, also other if rowths iu the none: Enlarged Tomtlte, Adcmoids. In ehildit n, camtng mouth brcathint!. Earache and Deafnenx. GluMMea prescribed for tljnsu who appreciate the value of accurate leuiK'S for the eyes. HOl'IW. 9 to 12; 1:110 to i:M, 6:30 to 7 :30 except Thursday cvcnint'B. Electrics paas both ottk'ca every half hour each way. Chances to get a bad tit in glasses come along to your door every fewjdays. A care ful examination by a skilled oculist, plenty of time, and a suitable ollice, are necessary to jjet the best results in lenses for the eyes. A " tit,-' more or less satisfactory, may be sc. cured otherwise, but the chances of failure and waste of money is greatly increased. Robert Kelley returned last night from tho Tuifbridge fair. Clarence and John Bartlett nro in Brookfield hunting today. J. W. Weir left this morning for St Albans to spend .Sunday with relatives. !. Drew returned this morning from the Tunbridgo fair where he has been for the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Will Stevens went to Burlington this morning where they will spend the day. Antonio Fasola, clerk at II. I) Segel's is expected homo from New York city Monday where he has been spending his week's vacation. George Mackie of the firm of Maekie, lliusey ifc Co. left this morning for L'tica, N. Y. to look after a largo job which the linn has a contract for. me stall onieers who are coming with Miss Booth will conduct a special meeting in the Army Barracks tonight. Also tomorrow afternoon at three o'clock. Arthur McLnany left this for Rutland cilled there by tin an aunt. Tho funeral is to morning death of be held Monday in Glens Falls, '. Y, Taxes must be paid on r-r before, the sixth day of October. The collector will be at Police Headquarters, City Building October 1, from 0 to 9 p. m,, and October 0, from 2 to 9 p- m. to re ceive said taxes. 1 will also be in tho City Court room Saturday evening Get. 8 for tho same purpose. W. II, Buchanan, Collector. WILLIAMSTOWS. Dr. Ch ulcs A. Briggs of Pasadena, Cal., was married last Wednesday to Miss Etta C. Fay of Worcester, Mass. Mrs. George Marr's mother, has come from her homo in Leed Can., to remain with her some wicks. The Ladies1 History Club resumed work Friday after a vacation of some months. This with (ho Young People's Club is doing excellent work i:i our midst. ' Rev. 1'. II. Mitchell of Barre has this week made one of his regular visits to Peter Booth's sick room, visits that could hardly fail to be welcome Barney D, Flint will sell at auction next week Saturday nftcruoon hay. wcod, stock, farming implements etc , prepniatory to moving to Orange in tho near future. Rev. Alvin M. Smith and wife are tho happy parents of a second boy lately born . Ht:.iy Fogg tells us that his wife has recovered her health, after having had a cancerous allliction treated in late months. Parley Martin, James Gregory and Newel R. Farnham's son went to New York on tho excursion this week. A . 1-v : 1 n. ! ims. ianici lov.nsenu ior years a great invalid, is cjiiito a liitle better at present. We regret to hear that James S. Hopkins may lvlurn to Nebraska to reside, if he can sell his property here. J. W. Flint, Station Agent has pur chased laud west of his fine new house, which he is "lading, and which will add to tho beauty of his grounds. EAST BAR RE. Rev, Mr. S. A. Noon A. li. from Waitslield will llK:ik H.Mhn I 7m,, a. tional church Sunday moiniug and eve ning. Mr. P. II. Marion of Barre City was in town yesterday. The soc'able Thursday cveniug, which wa9 given by the Ladies Aid, was well attended and a good time re ported. A. C. Dickey has signed the contract to finish the Congregational church of tins place. Tho infant child cf Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bianchi is very .sick. Tho meetings at the East Barre church Sunday are as follows: Morn ing service at 11a. in., subject continued from last week, "The New Life." Sun day school at. 12 o'clock, Y. P. C E. meeting at 6.J50 p. in. Preaching at 7.30, subnet continued from last week, "Tho Man of Success." Mrs. II, E. Sargent win has been on the sick list is regaining her 8tren""th very fast. George Taplin was in town yesterday. The dance given by the E-ist Barre orchestra last evening was well attend ed and a fine timo reported. A good chance to got underwear cheap if your size is on our bargain counter. Como in and sco. Frank McWhorter. STATE NEWS. The Norton creamery in Huntinrton paid 77 cents per hundred for standard milk last mouth. T. F. Broughton, of Tiinbridiro.Vwas run over by a loaded waaxm recently and had (luce ribs broken. F. A. Trask, of Randolph, raised out of four acres of land 600 bushels of nice corn of the eight rowed variety. A. E. Kingsley of Brandon; had one foot badly smashed by a marble slab falling on it recently. Tho stable floor iu F. R. Foslei's barn at Berlin gave way tho other night and ho found his two cows hanging in tho morning by their necks and dead, It is probable that Senator Tillman of South Carolina, will speak in Ver mont this month on "tho Dispensing System of regulating tho liquor traffic," tolling how it works in his state. FALL AXTD WINTER Nothing to gain by putting may ns well see tho stock when full - .... , , vvuen you seo yourseu in a sun. i i. . mi i... i .i ...... ......... uuijk, iuu yuu u uv ginu juu uuiiiu in. buy. If you change your mind, come FRANK McWHORTER Granite Block, Barre, Vt. I FOR BUSINESS III Our New Store is a beauty and so handily ar- ranged ly at home already. We were very much pleased to see so many of our old cus tomers at our Opening, and the number of new ones was a pleasant surprise. "Wc are very busy just now getting the wheels to turning smoothly, as possible We ask you to give us a is complete and the quality is Higher Than the Price. When you step into our MEAT MARKET you will be surprised. It is well arranged, well stocked and well con ducted. The prices, well, just drop in and inquire about them. We are here to cater to the demands of the Public. We await Your Orders. RESPECTFULLY YOURS, M. L. T0WNE & CO. Cash Grocers and Marketmen. Ct:m GO TO ...Prindle & Avenll's... STOVES, RANGES and HEATERS Wo have the Magic, Woleoms, Household, (iold Coin, Sterling, Quaker Prize. Richmond, Crawford. Somersworth, Plymouth and Round Oak (for wood and coal . Stove Pipe, Stoye Board, Elbow and Damper, Goal Hods. ruritan Oil Heaters, Plumbing, Hot Air, Stenm and Hot Water Heating. Hardware, Tinware, House Trimming, Nails, Building Paper, Paint, Oil, and Varnish, Tarred, Tin and Steel Roofing. GET OUR LOWEST PRICES. Prindle JACK MAN BLOCK. LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN. A Red Cocker Spaniel Tup. lie has four white feel and white breast; bus a scar on his neck. Kinder will be rewarded bv lcuvhic him at tbis ofliec imiuediittclv, if not sooner. MISS KATIK KKEXt H a graduate of the Penrose Tailoring system will do Dress- makinj; itt home or by the'day. 2'.!7 Washing ion irc. los WANTED. Sittuitiou us emdncer bv lieciis Pil mill AiAt.l.. ... II. t. ...II .r- ........ .ipi, ui mi.-, milt l. 157 Uf AXTKD. A girl cout-mitkrr. Good wnifes uud steady work. I). I). Hitler, Jloiitpefict 154.lt WASTED. A tfood cuptihlr girl for gen erul housework. Call ut 12 Cottage St. 157tf Wo call your special a'ttention to the fall announcement of the Blue Store on Depot Square, Segol & Brady Proprie tors. Yon will find their ad. on the front pago. Still selling Ihose Extra Nice, Chunky Sweet Potatoes, 20 pounds for 25 cents. L. M. Averill. SUIT TIME. off buying Full ami Winter ('ln,s and have first choice of it all. ... .1 !. l.l . 'ti tuai ins yon uouy ami mind, if .I,...', t.i ...... .i ' '"id i)o(.L, ja u iwu i m juu mil uirce V!IN A . back for your money, you'll get every ci' that we feel perfect "We shall establish new order rontd as fast trial, much Our Stock of Groceries FOR & Averill, BARRE, VT The Latest. We have a number of the Latest Songs, just received, for our GRAMO PHONE. Price, $25 Complete. RENTED BY THE EVENING FOR ONE DOLLAR. Call and hear it. H. L. AVERILL. 1 HAVE THEM, THE BEST SHOES In the city for (he price. Call in and seo. JOSEPH 351 North Main St. OSSOLA, Barre, Vt.