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BARRE, VT., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19. 1808.
PRICE ONE CENT
k I IT I I I l
II IS THE MAN BE
HIND THE GUN
That makes history in Uattle.
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
that we prepare for with such
cothes which is sold only by
Thirty of the above make
of. suits in short trousers plac
ed on sale this week at
82.90 a Suit.
The suits are made of a Heavy
mid Strong hard-faced and
smoothly - finished Worsted.
)ouble Seat and Knee, every
mam 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
B possible. , ,
SEGEL & BRADY,
l'ROPKIETOnS OF THE
ONLY BLUE STORE
Suburban Tickets on both steam roads
for sitle I)' us at all times.
H. L. AYERILL.
UNION MEAT MARKET
In tub city.
We feed the people and close our
market at 6 o'clock except Wednesdays
Trading Stamps Given. Call and see us
Dowers Sl Chesser,
North Main Strodt,
STOVES FOR SALE
Now and second-hand Heating and
Cooking Stoves for sale cheap. Also
I-armors Hollers, ripe, etc. Eaves,
'I'miiiih nml Tin Rnnfihflr work done at
Q. B. DURKEE,
North Main Street. - Barro, Vt.
Fit for the Gods
Mocha and Java Coffee
Ground when you order it.
25c. a pound, 5 Pounds", $1.00.
It can't be equalled.
To (feorporat Cen
Montpclier, Vt., Oct. 19.
Yesterday's session was an important
one. I he most important bill introduc
ed was one to reorganize the Central
Vermont Railroad. It was introduced
by request by W. B. Viall, o( Randolph.
It can bo stated that the majority of the
stock is given Grand Trunk, which in
return guarantees the interest on $12,-
000,000 first mortgage four per cent,
twenty-one year gold bonds.
These bonds are to be exchanged
with holders of the present first and
second mortgage and American Trust
and Loan Company's certificates at par
value which will give these bond hold
ers, Smith & Tate, Dr. Webb, and
others a satisfactory amount of bonds of
the road under reorganisation. Unpaid
interest on these bonds from February
1 to October I will be -paid in cash and
bond holders will receive capital stock
to pay interest due on these bonds . be
fore that date, -
lit fact, this bill seelus to provide for
all secured indebtedness but leaves out
all provision for unsecured or floating
indebtedness of which there is a large
amount. The company formed under
this new bill stands ready to buy the
road as soon as the court decrees it shall
be sold and take the road and operate
A meeting has been called of the
bond-holders Oct. 26 in Boston tt vote
on the acceptance or rejection of the
plan of reorganization.
Nineteen bills were introduced in the
House during the forenoon session, the
most important ones being II 50 by Bal
lard of Georgia in relation of examina
tion of teachers. leacbers having re
ceived one first grade cerlifii ate or three
second grade is entitled to five year
certificate without examination, uy
Bntterfield of Derby creating the office
of Attorney General and one by Dodge
of Sheldon to equalize taxation.
In the afternoon the only important
one of the three bills introiiuccu was
the relating to O. V. reorganization. A
hill relating to Notaries Public was kit-
led. Two bills were passeu ine umy
i .1 1..
important are being one to provide in
struction to deaf, dumb, blind and mio
At 2-30 the House proceeded to vote
for a U, S. Senator to succeeu
Kedfield Procter." He was nominated
to succeed himself bv Higbee of Proc
tor seconded by several. He had 179
vyies and Thomas W. Maloney 40.
The business in the Senate in the
forenoon was as follows Scvoral minor
resolutions. Third reading of bill re
lating to investing to investment of
money by trustees of public money.
Four bills were introduced, the only
one of any importnnce being the one by
Smith of Chittenden creating office of
Attorney General. In the afternoon the
Senate proceeded to vote for U. S. Sen
ator. Senator Partridge nominated Hon.
Redtield Procter and he was unanimous,
ly elected. It takes two days to elect a
U, S. Senator and today both houses
..Huffed vesterdays proceedings and
i. ,i.,i inid. Tho only im-
rruviui io"m7 -
portant bill in the Senate yesterday af
ternoon was the C. V. reorganizatior
A ioint session was held at 2.30
hear the report of the joint canvassing
itfee for the vote fot congressmen.
12 316 majority in the first district and
.... ur nn,,r 1 1 704 minority in
WlUllllll t . "'"
the second district.
Hot Stuff, a beer mug filled with best
' -..i. Mnatard for 10 cents. L. M.
r i uin "
Tin Kind You Haw Always BougW
Paris, Oct. 19 At tho request of the
Spanish commissioners the joint meet
ing of the Peace commission which was
fixed for today has been postpone until
Looks Like War.
Despite the seini-ofllcial denial the
Echo De Paris asserts today that the
embarkation of war material and sup
plies continues at Toulon and t'at' ex
traordinary activity reigns at the arsenal
Three more cruisurs are getting
ready for immediate service and two
transports aro being prcparod. All
naval. officers who are away on leave of
absence have been ordered to return to
Emperor in Danger.
London,' Oct. 19 The Globe this
afternoon saya that. Prince Henry, of
Prussia, has been ordered to return to
Pekin and demand an audience with the
The dispatch adds that a British resi
dent of Pekin affirms that although not
dead the Eniperer is in great danger and
urges immediate action to suppress the
Dowager Empress faction and clear the
way for the substantial progress and
reestablishment of British prestige.
Varceboro, Me., Oct. 19. A dispatch
from Fredericton says that the round
house of the Canada Eastern railroad,
at Gibson, N. B., was burned. Four lo
comotives were destroyed. The loss Is
estimated at $60,000. Tht cause of the
Are is unknown.
A NEW BUSINESS FIRM.
We learn from a reliable source that
Richard Veal and Henry Knight, now
both employed by Homer Fitts, are to
open a dry goods store of their own in
Currier's new block before long. Both
young men are well known and their
many friends will wisn mem suet ess in
their new enterprise.
Ralph AValdo Emerson's son. Dr.
Edward Emerson, himself a boy when
Louisa Alcott was a girl in Concord, has
written an article on "When Louisa Al
cott was a tun," which ine i.auies
Homo Journal is about to publish. lr.
Emersou gives n new view of the author
of Little Men" as a mimic, and as the
contral figure of every dance and merry
making in old Concord.
The late Spanish-American War re
ceives due attention in the November
number of Harper's Magazine. Uei
tenant J. O. Fremont, commanding the
Porter, has an article on " lorpedo
Hoat Service." in which uo treats oi ine
character and value of torpedo boat ser
vice, and gives striking instances oi
hcroical adventure; and Frank Rem-.
ugtou uses his knowledge and bis skill
in depicting tho soldiers of tne tmn
Corps as he saw them in their first bat
tle against a European Army. Other
special features are: "Eastward Ex-
pansion oi me umwu oiuico, uy
bald R. Colquhoun; " Bismarck," by
Sidnev Whitman ; " Our Seaboard Is
lands on the Pacific," by John E. Ben
netl ; and " Some Recent Explorations,"
by J. Scott Keltie, Secretary Royal
Geographical Society, which together
with'the usual number of short stories
and serials make an interesting number.
Just elegant, those Kippered Herring
18 cents a can. L. M. Avcrill.
When a clerk has now watch', or even
ono lhat is not reliable, his employer
often has to report im punctuality . Tho
clerk who wins the Telkouams prizo
watch will not be troubled that way.
Board of Aldermen.
A regular meeting of tho Board of
Aldermen was held last evening. A
petition for an electric light at tho cor
ner of has tern Avenue and Elm streets
was referred to the committee on lights
A petition fir a sidewalk on the north
eny side ot 8rd street was referred to
the street commissioners. E. E. Nmilio
was granted a sewer permit.
The inspector of buildings reported
and recommended the following per
N. M. Nelson to remodel barn, Sam
uel Cars well to reshingle, ..Sarali A.
Mower to roshingle, Bianchi by J.
Smith to add story to building on Gran
ite street, II. R. Sulbain to move small
storo from corner of N. Main and Silver
streets to corner of N. Main and Beck
ley. A, II. LSuzzel to build addition to
lunch room, Geo. W. Dix to build house
and ell on Brook street, James C. Allen
to build a new house near Prospect
street, Israel Wood to build dwelling on
Orange street. - The above were all
granted. Warren Howland's petition
for a permit to build a house at the cor
ner of Railroad and Cambria streets
was adversely reported, A petition by
Geo, W. Dix asking for permission to
build a stone dam on Gunner Brook
was referred to the supply committee.
ine following resolutions were adopt
That the city engineer is hereby
authorized to connect the new city hall
with the sewer and the river.
That as the main pipe of the Spring
and Fountain Water Co. has sprung a
leak on South Main St. thereby causing
water to stand and flow on said street
and cause inconvenience, the said com
pany be granted permission to open the
street for tho purpose of repairing the
That tho petition of B. B, Howes and
others to lay out and establish a high
way from Cambria street to Blackwell
street is hereby 'referred to the street
commissioners who may act as they see
ht in this matter.
The $2000 is hereby appropriated as
a payment to Mason & Co. on account
of the contract for the new city hall.
Tho Mayor is hereby directed to draw
his warrant and the treasurer to pay this
That authority is given to the City
Engineer to art for the City Council in
inspecting and superintending the new
eity hall excepting when otherwise or
dered by the council.
lhat the street commissioners are
authorized to layout and establish high
ways ou the land of the French estate
according to certain plans. l J,ty) .kXi
cngnraormucii'iuT ancoj reiunro hi.
The resolution ordering $ 100 placed in
the hands of the Sunt, of Streets so as to
enable him to pay small bills was read
once and ordered for final action next
The city officials show their good
udginent in laying out these streets on
tho French estate for by so doing they
will get just what they want and where
they want it nnd save serious complica
tions in the future when the estate is
sold and divided into lots owned by
different parties. The meeting adjourn
ed at 11.4).
The mass meeting to hear and act ou
the committees report of proposed char
ter amendments will be held is the city
court room tonight at 7 o'clock. Every
body interested is earnestly requested
to be present
Corn fed N. E. pig', make best hams.
Squires come from that kind, sugar
cured, elegant. 10 l-2cts. a pound. L.
Callaghan is the man who runs the
bakery at 341 North Main Street.
A bargain sale of Odd Underwear at
Frank MeWhorter's. Call in and see
Now is the time to put in your coal
Get your prices of G. J. Towne, 135
North Main Street. 112
Proposals for Heating and
The t'itv Council of the City of llarrr, Vt.,
will receive sealed bids for heatum and plumb
ing the new t'itv Hall until six o'clock p. in.
October 31, 181)8, according to the plans and
specifications of George G. Adanift, Architect,
and now on exhibition at the office of said
architect, Lawrence, Mass., and at the cilice
of C. 8. Currier. City Engineer, Barre, Vt.,
the bids are to be marked " Proposals for
numbing and Heating." and addressed to the
City Treasurer, Barre, Vt. The right is here
by reserved to reject any or all bids.
Citv of Barre, Vt., October 19, 1898.
BL'ltT II. WELLS,
FIRST CLASS DWELLING HOUSE,
COR. SUMMER AND MER
Fine location, good rooms, spring
water, known as the Curtis place. Terms
reasonable: chance for another house
on lot. Must be sold.
Perry & Lapoint,
Mr. W. II. Flint proprietor of the
Peoples Shoe Store, will be very glad tb
show you the prize snoes lor ttie news
boy selling the most papers during tho
Tki.eghams popular contest.
Second Team Scores
OVER M. S. SECOND.
Score 2i to 5.
1'he Goddard second eleven lined up
against the Montpclier Seminary second
eleven on Goddard campus at 4-15 yes
On the opening kick off by Mon'pe
lier. Cook caught the ball ou Goddards
45 yard line and rushed down the field
rijfht through the whole aggregation for
a touchdown. Chase kicked tho goal.
Montpclier kicked off again and this
time Booth secured the ball but made
only a slight gain. Goddard by short
steady rushes carried the ball down to
within 25 yards of Montpelioi's goal but
were held there for downs. Cook soon
got the ball again however, on a fumble
and made a phenomenal run, and being
tackled three or four times before he
was finally stopped. Chase by a 30
yard dash made a touchdown but fail
ed at goal, lhe first half closed with
the ball in Goddards possession at the
center of the field.
Beginning the second half Goddard
kicked to Montpclicr's quarterback who
was stopped by Booth without much
gain. Montpelif.r then began bucking
the line for three yard gain. They
tried the old criss cress play but Cole
was through and downed his man with
a three yard loss, Mo:itpe!iur threaten
ed tn get an U id the end but Tulcott
tackled the man and he dropped the
ball, dough was on hand iuid rushed
it 30 yards ('own the field for a touch
down. Booth missed the goal.
Montpclier kicked to Booth who
uaught it and made a fair gain. Whit-
Goodwin went through the line and
dropped the ball. lu the melee that
followed Bushmill crawled out of the
pile with the ball and was away for 40
yards gain, he was stopped 10 jards
from the goal line. Chase tried to go
around left end but lost five yards
Clough was then sent around right, and
in spite of a Montpclier citizen who tried
to get in his way made Ja touchdown
Booth failed to kick a goal.
Montpelier kicked to Bushnell this
time, who by good dodging gained ten
yards. Goddard made short gains but
was finally held for downs Montpelier
made good gains through the line and
during the last minute of the half sent
a man around left end. Aided by dark
ness and the crowd he succeeded in
eluding the Goddard men and crossed
the goal line. They failed at goal
The two teams were very evenly
matched for weight, and both teams put
up a fairly good game. Montpclier
did not seem to be "onto" the game very
well. For Goddard every man was
rigut in tliegame, t'ooi;. i.nase, iiougu.
Booth and Whitman being especially
good. Montpelier bad some very good
individual players among them being
Maxliam and Slayton.
The line up of the two elevens was
CODUAKD M. S.
Clough 1 e Maxham
Talcott It Haines
Lawson 1 g Wells
Cook c Corliss
Culler rg Hamilton
Bushnell r t Shumway
Cole r e Tower
Booth it I) Bushnell
Whitman 1 h b Fletcher
Chase rli b Slayton
Goodwin f 1) Baldwin
Referee Houghton Lmiiiro Martin
THE POPULAR CONTEST.
Tom. Mcintosh, K. 1). LaiM
Siftfiuouil Lewin, Comb. Cash Store
Siinnie Dunsmore. C. 11. Campbell
11. I. Staples, ttillcy & Abbott
Mrs. L. Westcott, Homer Fitts
Gertrude Leonard, Hoston liars Store
C. 8. Wallace, W. II. Oale
Mike Harrington, V. I). I.add
Jat'k Morse, I.evin Uros.
A. C. Moore, Globe Clotbiii!; Store
Hen. Gilley, Kustnutu Hros.
George Bates, L. A. Avcrill
Frank Chauilwrliu, Blue Store
Myrtle Walker, . I'erley Chandler
Arthur Campbell, Reynolds & Son
E. 0. Marrion, Anton Hecker
Genie Mills, Gilley & Abbott
C. C; Grlswold, Huston ISar Store
1 Ionium Campbell, ('. II. Campbell
Frank Wheaton, 51. .1. McGowan
Maud Deusniore, C. It. Campbell
Will. Dawson, M. .Marron
Sarah Lowe, Mrs. .1. M. liotnl
Jt.hu AVallace, Reynolds & Son
Frank Small I Wood
This is not a political election so
can vote early and often.
Buv your cranberries of . Dower &
Chesser, 807 North Main Street.
All sorts of good
thiiijis to eat at
AT MILES' HALL !
Conley Comedy Go.
will give a series of moral
and refined entertainments every night
for two weeks commencing
THURSDAY, OCT. 13.
Scats will be Reserved for the Ladies.
To close out I will sell four A No. 1
Babcock Top Buggies, also a New
Surrey (latest Babcock style) at
cost. Inquire at
Liveiy 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.
Telephone call at Residence 141-0, At office 26-3
We havo two journeyman plumbers
WE PUT IN THE BEST OF flATERIAL AND ALL WORK GUAR
We have a first class Furnace
Hot Air Furnace that is made ; 'lHE GLEN
WOOD (also Hot Air and Hot Water
TO WHOI IT MAY
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 lor me, t very one of which has fitted to perfection
He 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 arc of the best and his prices are very reasonable.
September 12, 1898.
HALEY THE TAILOR,
Artist and Expert in Tailoring,
56 Main Street, -
STOVES, RANGES and HEATERS
have tho Magic, Wclconw, Household. Gold Coin, Sterling, Quaker Prize.
Richmond, Crawford. Somersworth, Plymouth and Round Oak (for
wood and coal .
Stoye Pipe, Stove Board, Elbow and Damper,
Puritan Oil Heaters, Plumbing, Hot Air, Steam and Hot Water Heating.
Hardware, Tinware, House Trimming, Nails, Building Taper,
Paint, Oil, nud Varnish, Tarred, Tin and Steel Roofing.
GET OUR LOWEST
ON THE LEVEL
of the average man's pocket-book when
price is considered, our
C L O T II I N G
is far above the ordinary ready-made in
,poUit of style and workmanship.
i or 9U) we 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 fashionable
tailors name to equal product.
Standard Clothing Co.,
174 flain St., Barre, Vt.
will be 1'romptly Attended To
and are prepared
to do first class
man and can put in the bt
E. A NUTT
- Montpelier, Vt.
W. H. CONNOR,
00 N". Main St.,
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