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I Our Telegraphic X I Wp t I t y t c : Service Does Not Evenitii-a: Telegram. COME BY FREIGHT OR BY ARE THE ONLY MEMBERS VI AIL. We Print News while it is News. $ ASSOCIATED FRESS in Barrel VOL.1. NO 166. BAKBE, VT., TUESDAY, OCTOBElt 18, 1898. PRICE ONE CENT Bar re Bora suits. IT IS THE MAN BE HIND THE GUN That makes history in Battle. It is the Cloth in these Suits that makes the Suits so strong, It is the Price that Captures the Trade. It is our Guar antee that Backs it up. It is the HOUGH AND TUMBLE BOYS that we prepare for with such e.othes which is sold only by us. Thirty of the above make of suits in short trousers plac ed on sale this week at $2.90 a Suit. Th suits are made of a Heavy and Strong hard-faced and smoothly - finished Worsted. Double Seat and Knee, every seam warranted not to rip, Colors Fast, will wear out two of any other ordinary makes at the same price. Every parent and guardian is requested to call and examine the above line of Boy's Suits as early as possible. Respectfully, SEGEL & BRADY, l'liOl'lUETOUS OK THE ONLY BLUE STORE IN BAHRE. Suiiurbun Tickets on both steam roads fur sale by us ut nil times. A Nice Gun 6.25. Also duns to KENT by the day. Am munition at LOWEST PRICES in this section. H, L. AVERILL. ONLY HON MEAT MARKET IN THE CITY". Wo feed the pcoplo and close our market at C o'clock except Wednesdays iiiul Saturdays. Trading Stamps Given. Call and see us Dowers & Chesser :' North Main Street, Bane. Vt. STOVES FOR SALE New and second-hand Heating nnd 'ooking Stoves for sale cheap. Also I armors Boilers, Pipe, etc. .haves, I rough and 1m Roofing work clone ai short notice. Q. B. DURKEE, North Main Street, - Barre, Vt Fit for the Gods OUR NEW Mocha and Java Coffee (.round when you order it. Price, 25c. a pound, 5 Pounds, $1.00 It can't be equalled. W. H. CONNOR, an K Mn In St.. Attorney For BILL INTRODUCED TODAY Swasev Drew First Blood Yesterday Grand Jubilee at mous Legislature. Montpdhr, Vt., Oct. 18. The legislature convened at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon with only ninty- two members prevent, in both houses some twenty-five strolled in, though be fore the journal was read and Vermont lawmakers wero once more ready for business. . 1 . The first business before the House was a joint resolution providing lor election of State officers here Thursday of tbis week. The election of a sena tor today and Wednesday as provided for by joint resolution will have one novej, feature the absence of the sena tors to be eleeted. Only one really important bill appear ed in the House, that being an act in re lation to double taxation" introduced by Booth of Milton. Five other bills were ntroduced among them being one by Waterman of Chester in addition to act 187 v. s. relating to iutoxicating liquor. lown Grand Jurors on petition ol ten voters, may apply to selectmen for leave to employ a detective to seoure evidence igainst persons suspected of selling liquor. Selectmen may grant such ap plication and fix limit of expense, When conviction results stato shall pay detec tive hire. Mr. Kemp of Montpelier introduced a bill providing for building of Count? ail for Washington Co. The third reading of II. 3, relating to care of deaf, dumb, blind, idiotic and feeble minded, was ordered. The first bill to pass both houses was S. 2. providing for additional conditions under which gooods may bereplevinea. The first blood between the two houses was when the Senate voted a decided and unanimous "Ho1' to tne Joint resolution presented by Represent ative Swasey of Barre, which provided for the printing of 5000 extra oopies of McGreury local option bill. Only two bills were introduced in the Senate, one by Hitt of Windham Co. compelling railroad companies lo sell 1000 mile mileage books, transieraoio and good on all lines owned by road Issttiag them. Another by Smith of Chittenden Co. forbids the uso of the U. S. flag as an advertising medium. Montpelier, Oct, 18 Bill were in troduced in the Houso and Senate today ereating the office of Attorney General of the State for a term of two years. Difficulty Increasing. Paris. Out. 18. Le Gaulois in review ing yesterdays session of the joint peace commission says : a, . -,! nr to the suaniurus m u.... AVt't-r ') a nf thn difficulty encountered in the VUlluv " -(intioiiB comes from the lack of II Vfm vUiwm" ... amor. conciliation in tne aiuiuue u. ...w Neither is inclined to yield on the ..i.i.,ni nf the Cuban debt. Ihe span t-..,i. ..Infiii l int I una Will WO vmu..j ... 11 1 ..:H.m lir ,l m the United Stales but (he Americans say they have no intention of annexing Cuba in wuicn case iue.c .1..... ..id not assume its obligations. Finally owing to tho cost of the war American people do not concede the right to assume sucn an ouuu'- General Vermont. Chicago-Enor Crowd. The Peace Jubilee. Chicago, Oct. 18. Eight thousand people packed the auditorium from pit to dome today to witness the formal ex ercises at the opening ot the National Peace Jubilee at 11 o'clock. The proceedings today were merely preliminary mostly in honor of the Presi dent. ' - The weather was cold, damp with lowering sklee and - -raw wind.- George R. Peck presded a', the ex ercises and Mayor Harrison dclivi red a formal address ot welcome. i Arch Bishop Ireland and Judge Eli y Sptar of Georgia also spoke. President McKinley was present but mads no s peach. During the afternoon five iliffi rait meetings were held in different parts of the city with addresses by Gen. Miles Gen. Duflield, Booker, T. Washington, Samuel E. Gompers, Secretary Wilson and Post Maslea Gen. Smith. The public schools are decorated and tlio day is devoted entirely to jubilee exercises. Royalty Arrives. Constantinople, Oct. 18. The Em peror and Empress of Germany arrived arrived here to-day. Free Entry. Chicaso. Oct.' 18 President McKin- ley has assured the representatives of the Illinois Manufacturers Association that the plea of that organization to have all the ports of Cuba, Porto Rico, and the--Philippines open to the free entry of American products will receive consideration. He says he is glad to know how business men feel on this subject. Waltham Explosion. Waltham, Mass., Oct. 18. The gat plant of the Waltham Watch Co. ex ploded this aften.oon, completely wreck ing the plant and a one-story building adjoining the factory. Three men were badly injured. Splendid Block Burned. Fair Haven. Vt. Oct. 18. The Knight block which contains the Opera House and is one of tho largest buildings in the slate was burned early this morning, The loss is estimated at $15000. Decision Granted. Albanv. N. Y., Oct. 18. Secretary of State Palmer to-day decided that the certificate filed by the Ciliaens Union nominating an Independent ticket was legal and that the Union could use the name Citizen's Union " and tne em blem of the Statue of Liberty. '" guy your cranberries of Dower & Choker, 307 North Main Street. 'All sorts of good things to eat at Callaghans bakery. The Weather. Boston, Oct. 18. Rain tonight and Wednesday. Easterly winds, increas ing in force. Trouble Ceases. Washington, Oct. 18. Indian Com missioner Jones telegraphs from Walker, Minn., that he has had a final council with the Indians at Bear Camp to-day All but one will surrender Wednes day and will assist the marshall in cap turing the other one. . It is believed the trouble is all over. Big Strike On. St. Louis, Oct. 18. Because of the discharge of three freight conductors by the Missouri, Kansas and Texas road, the Federation of American rail way employees will lock honn with the railroad today. Each side declares that there will be no surrender and at general strike will probably be the result. Want to be Americans. Madrid, Oct. 18. The Cabinet Coun cil will not meet to-day because Sagasta bad to prepare a long dispatch to the Spanish Peace Commission. Advices received from Porto Rico say that all the high officials there have taken steps to become naturalized Americans. Germany's Consumer. Berlin, Oct. 18. During the last quarter the northern half of Germany has exported to America eleven and a nan minion uoiiars worm uc mercnan-1 duw.Veing an iuwwe of nWHWf)hl 000 over last vear. Significant Memorial. Havana, Oct. 18. A great storm b is swept through the province of Santa Clara. Many houses are swept away, eight persons drowned and a large num ber of cattle lost. The design for the Spanish medal commemorating the blockade of Ha vana has been selected. It will be made of bronze and will bear this motto : " Charitas Civitas." $20,000 Reward. Paris, Oct. 18. The Dowager Em press Sutherland offers a reward of $20,000 for the recovery of her jewels valued at $150,000 which were stolen from the car yesterday. Hobson Will be There. Washington, Oct. 18. Lieut. Hobson sailed yesterday from Caimanera for Philadelphia to obtain an appliance for wrecking operations at Santiago. Another purpose is to redeem the promise by Sec. Long to have Hobson and the little band of men who sunk the Merrimac present in Philadelphia dur ing the Peace Jubilee. Callaghan is the man who runs the bakery at 341 North Main Street. A bargain sale of Odd Underwear at Frank McWhorter's. Call in nnd see them. Now is tho time to put in your coal- Get your prices of G. J. Townc, 135 North Main Street. in Sell faster than we can buy 'em, Squires Pig hams, skinned backs; from corn fed New England Pigs, 10 1-2 cents a pound. L. M, Averill. Shining liirht axle grease 1 lb cans nnW in cents, onlv trouble is. it wears so long you forgot that you ever need to apply a second eoat. ij. ai. Averiu. The celebrated Rogers Baby lunch bi3cuit can he found at J. I. uuiagn mi's. M. Marron's. R. L. Clark's, Sowden & Lyons and at M. L. Town & Co. 106tf D. D. Haley, the tailor, has 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. FOUR SILVER CUPS OFFERED. One of tho final meetings of the Granite City Poultry, Pigeon, and Pi t Stock Association to arrange the pre mium list for the next exhibition wits held in Scampini's Hall Saturday even ing. A largo number of the prizes iiavj already been secured, amona them be ing four silver cups. A Boston firm made application for space to exhibit in cubators, the next meeting will be held Saturday evening Oct. 22. This is the last meeting before the premium list is printed. luo next exhibition will bo Held in Miles' Hall on the 27-28 and 20 of Dec ember. The judges arc as follows : Poultry George II. Northrop, ltace ville, N. Y., II. A. North, Barre, Mass. Pigeons Alex M. Ingram, Milford, N.U. Canaries and Pet Stock Robert Davison, Barre, Vt. A CHALLENGE. Editor Evening Tei.kc.ham :-As last Saturday's base-ball game was a tie I wish to announce through the columns of your valuable paper that the manag er of Mackie Ilunsey & Co's feather weight ball tossors hereby challenges any stone shed in the city, Marr & Gor don's or Mathcwson & Brown's pre ferred to n game for a barrel of left handed hammer handles, or for dollars or doughnuts. This team has been defeated twice this season, but seven of tho nine men had slow fever and wero too slow to make any shotting, but after two weeks of rest and care they are nil right again and want to show their col ors. They want to meet any of the above teams on Saturday Oct. 22. If any of these teams have any sand let them accept the challenge. (Signed) Mgr. M. II. and Co's II. T. THE POPULAR CONTEST. HANK. LIST. Tom. Mcintosh, V. V. Liuld 1514 1331 1092 1201 812 456 Siegmond Lewln, fumli. Cash Store Gilley Alibott C. II. Campbell Homer Fitts B. I. Staples, Minnie Dunsinore. Mrs. L. Westcott, -,....i r -,i !.,... d.,-,, m..n &4tmam,m W aOala Mike Harrington, F. I). Ladd 315 278 175 145 19 129 116 116 120 107 103 81 78 73 C4 59 54 53 you Jack Morse, Levin Bros. Ben. Gilley, Eastman Bros George Bates, L. A. Averill Frank Chamberliii, Blue Store Mrrtie Walker, Perley Chandler A. C. Moore, Globe Clothim; Store Arthur Campbell, Kevnold & Son K. O. Marrion, Anton Ileeker Genie Mills, Gilley & Abbott C. C. Griswokl, Boston Bars Store llcrmau Campbell, C. H. Campbell Frank Whentou, M. J. McGowan Maud Densuiore, - C. II. Campbell Will. Dawson, M. Marron Surah Lowe, Mrs. J. M. Bond Jehu Wallace, lieynolds Jfc Son Frank Small I Wood This is not a political election so can vote early and often rO RENT. One large front room, down stairs, at 318 North Main Street in the Tiklen House. Inquire ot X. J. Hall, of North Barre Steam Co. on Blaekwell Street, or at 39 Berlin Street. IliU Ot FOUND. A red and white hound pup, ulirtut K months nlil ; riilhir with llllilltel- liir.ilkla niiuiA flrtt luttfi !' i il'IHr t'lill hllVP panie by provhur property and paying charge;. il.i usnuiKiou i?in ei. Barre Business College and School cf Music. Fall Term will open In Holster's Block Sept. 5. Commercial and Stenographic Cournee, Vocal and Instrumental Musk. Sessions, day and evening. For full particulars ailoress: Miss L. C. Pl'iiFKY, l'rin. Miss L. M. Jhwktt, Ass't No. 9 Summer Street. Burre, Vt. FOR SALE. A FIRST CLASS DWELLING HOUSE, COB. SUMMER AM) MER CHANT ST. Fine location, good rooms, spring water, known as tho Curtis place. Terms reasonable; chance for another house on lot. Must be sold. Perry & Lapoint, Gordon Block. City Hack Service ! BERT H. GRIFFITH, Frcp., (Residence 19 South Main Street, Barre, Vt.) Service to and from all trains at either depot, 25 cents per Passenger, Including Baggage. Passengers or baggage carried on special order at all hours, IMPORTANT. I wish to announce that I have two Hacks, one an elegant Landau (for either open or covered service) to let at all hours for Wed dings, Funerals. Haiuiiets, Receptions, Pa rade, Culling, Shopping, pleasure or any special occasion at lowest prices by the job or hour and respectfully solicit your patronage. Leave all orders on slate at Citv Hotel Connected by Telephone. Fresh lot those Large solid meat P. R. Oysters today at 40 cents a quart. L. M. Averill. AT MILES' HALL ! THE Gonfey Comedy Go. will give a series of moral and refined entertainments every night for two weeks commencing THURSDAY, OCT. 13. Seats will be Reserved for the Ladies. 10c. Tonight. NEW WAGONS AT COST. To close out I will sell four A No. 1 Babeock Top Buggies, also a New Surrey (latest Babeock style) at cost. Inquire at H. T. CTCTTIiEXVS Livery and Feed Stable, In rear of City Hotel. UNDERTAKER and FUNERAL DIRECTOR, W. K. WHEATLEY, 62 No. Main Street, - - Barre, Vermont All Orders will Receive My Personal Attention. JN lght (Jails Telephone call at Residence 141-0. At office 26-3 PLUM We have two journeyman plumbers Plumbing WE PUT IN THE BEST OF HATERIAL AND ALL WORK GUAR ANTEED SATISFACTORY. We have a first class Furnace 1 ' Hof WTFmm-mnr made ; 'i HE GLEN WOOD (also Hot Air and Hot Water Combination.) 6. J. REYNOLDS & HARDWARE, BARRE, TO WHOM IT IAT CONCERN : From a personal knowledge I can testily that D. D. HALEY, the tailor, is an artist in his line. During the past year he has made three suits of clothes for me, 1 very one of which has fitted to perfection lie possesses the intuitive art of cutting, and his many years of experience in this line of work have made ot him an artist of the front rank. His material and workman ship are of the best and his prices are very reasonable. E. A NUTT September 12, 1898. Montpelier, Vt. HALEY THE TAILOR, Artist and Expert in Tailoring, 56 Main Street, - . - Montpelier, Vt. CO ...Prindle & STOVES, RANGES and HEATERS We have tho Magic, Welcome, Household. Gold Coin, Sterling, Quaker Prize. Richmond, Crawford, Somersworth, Plymouth and Round Oak (for wood and coal. Stove Pipe, Stove Board, Elbow and Damper, Goal Hods. Puritan Oil Heaters, Plumbing, Hot Air, Steam 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 & Avesiit, JACKMAN BLOCK, BARRE, VT, ON THE LEVEL of the average man's pocket-book when price is considered, our ' CLOTHING is far above tho ordinary ready-made in point 01 stylo and workmanship. ior ijsiu wo put a man into a business Suit which he can wear amongst the best dressers of the land. Made of fine Clay worsted: it only lacks a taslnonable tailors name to equal product. Standard Clothing Co., 174 Hairi St., Barre, Vt. will be rromptly Attended To BING ! and are prepared to do first class and Heating. man and can put in the ht VERMONT TO AverilPs... FOR SON Barre, Vt,