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Quarry Boys,
Pure Leaf,
L L Ponies,
Royal Savage,
The to ioS moke
For Sale Everywhere.
HOD ffi U.
L. Lewin, M'gr.
180 No. Haiti St. Barre, Vt
At All
Hay, There !
Read This !
I have ou Iiiuul
lift' tons of
Baled Hay
Somo of it I will sell as low as
From Hint up to Xo. 1 Timothy.
X.. A.
200 If. Main St., near Depot Square.
Cor. State and iTain St.,
Hontpelier. Vt.
Furs Repaired, Redyed, Remodled.
Reasonable Prices, Satisfaction
Jaekets, Riding ('oat -and (larmcnls in
all Fashionable Furs made to order.
Assorted stock of Furs, Skins and
Linings on hand.
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
the largest as well as the smallest job
with equal facility. My terms are
fifty cents an hour for a two-horse team
and one man. (live nie a trial.
Now is the time to order of
New Rloek, near C. V. Depot.
Wo also have another ear of those Cedar
,. Shingles on commission at 1 .; per
M at our yard, North Main St.
Gaining Oyster Fields.
11. C. Rowo & Co., who are the
owners of more oyster grounds than
any other linn in the Unite 1 Stater, arc
now commencing a new enterprise in
the waters of Rhode Island.
Their two largest steamers, liuel
Rowo and Gordon Rowo, are caleliing
and loading over '-',7(10 bushels daily,
and Rowo & Co"s third steamer is in
Narragansett liny towing the schooners
about I ho oyster grounds on their arrival,
while the dlanters shovel over the
22 & 24 N. Hain Street,
l'AHK I1I.0CK.
"Co Cc
Clothing Specials
That are head-lines to the Treat values to be
foil ml here this season.
Men's Black, Ulne ami Brown all-woul im
ported KersevOvereoat,lCxcellcnt Italian I.in
inn, splendidly made. A ready retailer at f 10.00
Head-line price, 1.M.
Men's Iilack ami lilue Overcoats, made of
West, London Kersey, best Italian Liniiijr, per
fect tailorin.it. An exceptional good value at
$ 12.00. lit ad-line price, i? I'M1".
There are some wonderfully dressy (). C.
made up this season of Court Cloth with fancy
plaid buck and Skinner Satin Lining. We
have a larire assortment iif selected stvles.
Head-line, prices $S.UU, 10.W, Sli.oO, $15.00
and if 1S.O0.
Men's Suits.
Never have we shown so many choice
things as can be found in our splendid Kail
Assortment, numerous as are the various
wearers. We have a collection that is sure to
please you, both in style and prices,
Children's Department.
We are just in time
for the cold snaps with
our bii; lender in
It's a Handsome Lit
tle lioucle ( oat, trim
med with Braid.
Comes i n Itrown,
I$lue and (tt'ecn Col
ors. Our Head-Line
Price is
Children's Vestu
a nd hauntieroy
Suits. .
We are proud of
our line. It is as
complete as ;S.2o Suits
can make.
Our strong-hold and
Leaders are the line
of Suits we are show
ing at
Bov'h Ulsters, Hoy's Suits, Hoy's Neckwear,
Hoy's Underwear. Hoy's ; loves and Mittens,
Hov's Hats and Caps, "Hoy's School Sho'is, iu
fact everything for the boys.
Am Still Doing Business
at My Old Stand ,
and have all the novelties in
HISS L, J. HALL, 74 X. 'Iain Street.
Will lie surprised when
von examine niv
' stock of the l.at-'
est Styles in
You will be sine to lind some
thing that will please you.
In D. M. Miles' New Block, North Main St.
Furnish tin' La
dies of J i: rri;
with tin;
Correct Fall
Styles in
All the Latest Novelties.
Mrs. V. F. Shepard,
1") Prospect Street, - llitrre, Vt.
Miss M.
You will find her Milliner)' Parlors on North
Main Street, near Depot Square.
Sailors and Children's School Hats
You will lind a larjje and iip-to-da!a line of
Mblini ry at my store, also the latest novelties
in Pius, Fancy Feathers, liihhoiis and small
wares. I have new yuodscoiniiiijcverv week.
Mrs. J. M. BOND,
127 North Main Street.
Proposals for Heating and
The Cily Council of the City of Barre , Vt.,
will receive sealed liids for licatinu mid plunib
ini? the new cily Hall until six o'clock p. in.
Octolier ill. I siis. according to the plans ami
specifications id' (fOiirucO. Adams. Architect,
and now on exhiliition at the olliee of said
architect, Lawrence, Mass., and at t lie olllce
of C. S. Currier, Cily ICiiiiiiiecr. Itarrc, Vt,,
the bids are to lie marked " Proposals for
Pliimliin and llf'.ilinu." ami addressed to the
ity Treasurer, Itarre, Vt. The ri.nht is here
by reserved to reject anv or all bids.
it v or Harre, 'VI., ( (etolier 10, Isos,
City Treusiin r.
De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve
Curea Piles. Scalds. Burns.
Steam Laundry.
t will eost you nothing for our team
to collect and deliver your
Xo. 7 Central Place,
IJarre, Vt.
Sparks From Granite City.
A. D. Melver lo.-t a valuable horse
last night.
Hear the greatest harpist in America
T. L. Snow has gone to liurlinglon
on business.
Lawyer Allen Martin was in the city
this morning.
(i. XV. Annis is moving his family into
Curriers new block today.
Col. II. R. Stougliton returned this
morning from bis Irip'to Boston.
George Annis is moving today iii!o a
tenement in Currier's new block.
Y. J. Forsyth went to Burlington
last night on a short business trip.
Constable Rmiinnau went to Burling
ton this afternoon on legal business.
Miss'Myrtio Sawyer, of Bradford, is
visiting friends in Barre and Montpelier.
F. M. Waterman went to Waitsfield
ibis m 'rnin' en a few days business
Ldward Callaghau left yesterday for
ILiriingion to vi.-.ii friends for a few
Mrs. X. II. Buinhani relumed last
night from a short visit in White River
The seats which are left for the lic
turo course are among the best in the
Contractor C. L. Bugbee went to Bur
lington this morning for a short busi
ness trip.
L. A. Choever is moving his family
from Summer Street into Currier's new
block to-day.
The Lyceum Stars
in Stowe last nilit
gave their concert
and arrived here
this morning.
W. II. Iioisingtou and wife are ex
pected home this week from their two
months vacation.
John Pressley and Adolph Goneo
started on a hunting excursion to Wil
liainstown today.
J. W. Grovor and L. B. Baird of tiie
Pnoenix Assurance Co. of London were
in the city yesterday.
II. A. Gould returned lust night from
Randolph where he lias been on btifi
ness for a few days.
William Noouau, Jack Cayhuo and
Henry Smith are enjoying a trip through
New York state ami Boston.
Dr. K. 1J. Whitaker returned this
morning from Rutland where he attend
ed the State Homeopathic meeting.
Patrick Cleary was taken sick a few
days ago and yesterday he went to his
home in St. Johushury to recuperate.
Allen Smith of Montreal is in the city
for a few days visiting relatives. Mr.
Smith is a giani'e dealer in Montreal.
W. F. Morse returned last night from
Boston where ho lias been for a few
days to purchase a stock of fall goods.
Miss M. A. Miles returned last night
from Boston w here she has beeu on a
.short business trip to purchase fall goods.
Kit Terrill, representative from St.
George, with Mrs. Terrill and Mrs.
Wallace Place called upon friends in
the city today.
Mis. C. S. Stone of the Seminary re
turned last night from Morrisville where
she has been f ir several days to attend
the wedding of her brother.
The telegraph instruments at the
We -tern Union Telegraph olliee have
been separated so that both operators
can work at the same time.
There is to be a dance iu East Mont
pelier Friday evening and it is expect
ed that quite a large parly of young peo
ple from this oily will attend.
Corporal and Mrs. Charles Cauthier
are to move into the Gales house on
Washington street about the first of
next month and begin keeping-house.
The Ladies Union of the Universalist
church will hold a business meeting in
the church parlors Friday -afternoon at
2 p. m. Business of importance will
be transacted and every member is re
quested to be present.
There will be a, harvest supper in the
dining room of the Methodist church
Friday night. It will lie given by the
Kpwoith League. The price is only
lo cents, A musical ami literary pro
gram follows, The supper is served
Ironi ,') to 7 o'clock.
Adjutant and Mrs. Wiseman leave
Barro tomorrow for Toronto where they
are to attend the Kith Anniversary meet
ing of the Salvation Army District of
Canada. They will receive (heir appoint
ments then and the ollleers for the Barre
corps will also be appointed there.
Clark Shcphard has in his possession
probably the most remarkable cat in
Barre. She is ten years old and like
her nnstor
is very fond of hunting.
Only a few days ago she. returned from
one of her rambles in the forest with a
fat young partridge which she left on
the kitchen Moor. The bird was unin
jured and he was found flying about the
room in frantic efforts to regain his
freedom, Mr. Shephard took him to
the granary where an attempt will be
made to tame him.
A fact perhaps not generally under
stood, has made itself apparent in the
guise of a most profitable investment to
Barre Citizens. Ride's Book and Music
store has recently inaugurated the plan
of paying (lie si reel ear fares to pur-'
chasers at their beautiful art and sta
tionery store in Montpelier when goods
up to one dollars worth are purchased.
The facilities offered in this? store ifro
so varied in the lilies of Musical Instru
ments itnd Novelties, that prospective
buyers lind themselves bewildered in
making their selection. Though early
for the approaching Holiday season the
sfoek has already arrived iu some de
parlmcnts and n timely investigation
will prove n good investment.
D. R. Bisbeo is in AVegt Topsham on
business today,
J. F. Morell and wife, of Corinth, are
visiting at L. J. Mead's.
Mr. Shaw, of the Norfolk Oyster Co.,
is in the city to-day.
F. H. Carturight of Boston is in the
cily on business. t
Fnsign Sims of the Salvation Army
left for Montreal last night.
Mr. and Mrs. John Donnelly of Ver
gennes are in the city today.
One of the big gray horses belonging
to Arthur Melver died yesterday.
Tom Suitor and George Brown are in
North Randolph on business today.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jipson are visit
ing his uncle' David McKuight.
Dennison Densruore is expected home
from Old Orchard in a few days.
C. D, More who has been ill for some
lime does not appear to bo gainging any.
Charles McMillan, of the firm of
McMillan & Stephens, goes to Albany
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Reaside of '39
Brance St. arc rejoicing over the birth
of a son .
Fred Fisher who has been visiting his
mother in Cabot for a few days return
ed last night.
I. L. Bobbins who has been very sick
for several weeks is improving and is
now able to sit up all day.
T. L. Snow went to .Burlington last
night to atlend a Masonic Lodge meet
ing. He is expected back tomorrow.
And the horse stopped short but the
driver didn't. The earth i soft up
South Main St, however and no bones
were broken.
Private Max Severance, of Co. K,
goes to Burlington to-day where he will
take the physical examination prepara
tory to being mustered out.
it is announced that the Goddard foot
ball eleven will line up against the St.
Albans Blue Jeans on the Seminary
campus at ." o'clock Saturday afternoon.
A slight break in machinery at the
South Main Street Grist Mill this morn
ing threatened to paralize business for
the day, but Mr. McDonald's ingenuity
soon remedied the defect.
The drawing of seats for the lecture
course took place last evening. A few
good seats are still left and can be
drawn either ai season tickets or for ad
mission this evening.
Sargeant Flynn Austin received a let
ter from W . II. Pitkin last night in which
he sltited ho was improving in health
but whould not be able to come here to
be mustered out of the service,
The Office kid went up South Main
St. again last night and came down
early this morning in a canoe. He at
tempted to land at Bank Corner but the
swift current prevented, and he was
swept downstream towards Montpelier.
The street commissioners and the
court commissioners on the partition of
the French estate are looking over the
plot for the streets which were ordered
by the city to be laid out on the land be
tween Elm and Churclj Streets and the
land lying botweon Elm' arid Merchant
John Wightbn of .'Piiontrcal, a con
tractor and builder who is figuring on
work for the Grand Trunk railroad is in
the city on business. The Grand Trunk
is to build its head offices in Montreal
and Mr, Wighton is investigating the
improved methods of getting out gran
ite in Barre for building purposes.
Hon. .Joseph Ba'tell of Middlebury
is in the city and vicinity for a few days
collecting material for the supplement
to the Middlebury Register. Mr. Bat
tell is baring a large block erected in
Middlebury and ho was much interest
ed in the construction of the new blocks
which have recently been erected hcjrc.
E. XV. Bisbcc has drafted a bill incor
porating the trustees of the Aldrich Free
Library fund under that name. The
will asks for this incorporation and it is
to carry out the terms of the will that
the bill was drafted. Representative
Swasey will introduce the bill into the
legislature either this afternoon or to
morrow. The Ladies of Ruth Chapter O. E. S.
are to hold another serious of whist
parties the coming season, - The first to
be, held Saturday evening Oct. 22d, at
8 p. in. Chicken pie and eoffee will be
served after whist. The ladies desire
to thank the public for their liberal pat
ronage in the past and hope to see many
new ones. Admission 10 cents.
It is expected that the concert in the
Congregational church this evening will
bo one of the best that has ever been
held in this cily. Mr. Rodgors is con
ceded to be the best harpist in America.
Mr. Wintcrnitz is the best violinist in
New England. Miss Sutherland as a
reader needsjuo woid of praise from us
Slie has been before Barre audiences be
fore and her excellence is well known.
Miss Corea is one of ihe finest soprano
singers in Now England and lovers of
music cannot afford to miss hearing
Miss Paradis in her rendoriug upon the
The husking at XV. C.Nye's last eve
ning was very well attended, although
the evening was very rainy, and all re
port a very pleasant time.
Charles Waterman is working in J.
L. Dix's store while the latter is away
on a business trip.
Warren Groarson is quite sick.
Amos Hall has rented the upper part
of the Bison block for a pool room and
barber shop.
Dr. O. I. Watson of Montpelier is
here visiting his son Drl II. L, Watson.
Roy Smith and Delia Cunningham
were at home from the Montpelier
Seminary over Sunday.
(). S. Sanborn and wife are inLaeonia
N. II, this week visiting a sister of Mrs.
XV . G. Reynolds and J. L. Wallace of
Barre were in town on businessthe first
of the week.
.A few of the friends of Floren
Church gave him a surprise Monday
evening. A very pleasant evening was
passed Oy all those present.
Those who registered at '.he Collage
Hotel Tuesday and Wednesday were:
W. (i. Shaw, W, G. Johnson, Burling
ton ; F. (). Shattuck, Bennington; L. T.
Sm ili, Boston ; II. B. Johnson, G, A.
Hough, White River Junction; F. W.
Stevens, Itoston,
L W. Hanson, M. D.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
UkoimiI Tucsdiiy mill Friday iiflrnoana at I.nw.
rcnea Block, Jloiupcller. (JuUraet mid otlmi opera
UOlif). r.U'Cini nillKUfJiOJI li'ii'iiurn f,:niu. w mvui,
Coiiiprutwcd Atr, Spray mid Viipor Truntment for
uuiitrrn, i fi'iu utifiH, iyv:iufj, v-uufi,
Palypie rumovtd, hIho other Krowthi in the none:
K n 'urged Tom-din, Adcmotdi) in ohlldiin, causing
mouth brailhinu. Karachi! and Itauem.
Ulafwca prosuribed for those, who appreciate the
value of uccurate lennea for the eyea.
UOUltS. II to 12; 1:30 to 4 till), 6:30 to T:30
eicept Thursday cvcnlues.
Kloctrlcs pa both offices every half hour each
way. .
An Illustrated History of our War
With Spair,
By Hon. II. B. Russell, Senator Proctor,
and Senator Thurston.
This magnificently-illustrated, lichly
filled, and scholarly volume gives a
complete and authentic history of the
Spanish-A'merican War from its begin
ning to its close. Its authors are three
widely-known men, Hou. Henry B. Rus
sell, the distinguished historian, lion.
Redficld Proctor, Senator from Vermont
and ex-Secretary of War, and Hon.
John M. Thurston, Senator from Ne
braska. The subject naturally divides itself
into two parts : I. How we got into the
war with Spain; and II. How we got
out of it and with what results.
This volume tells the whole story,
makes clear all the causes of action that
led up to and culminated in the conflict,
gives pen pictures of those who figured
in it, and relates many exciting inci
dents, brave deeds, and thrilling adven
tures connected with the struggle. The
mutteritigs of the distant war cloud, the
indignation and uprising of the whole,
people, North and South, when tho vet
erans of the Blue and tho veterans of
the Gray took their places side by side
behind ihe same flag, the departure of
fleets of powerful modern warships, Ihe
march of hostile armies, the strife and
carnage of battle on land and sea, the
deeds of valor and heroic sufferings of
our gallant soldiers and sailors in field
and hospital, all are portrayed with con
summate skil.
Every event is placed in chronological
order, and the fullest and most authoi
itative statistics are given. As might
be expected from the high positions
filled by its distinguished authors, the
war and navy departments and other
branches of the government extended
every possible aid to make this volume
not only a stai.dard and official history
of tho war, but the most complete, well
rounded, and elaborate record of the
struggle that will probnbly ever be
written. No three living American
writers could more fitly assume this re
sponsible task or produce a more hon
est, truthful, and impartial book. Their
entire familiarity with the political his
tory of the country, their fund of statis
tical iniformation, their independence
and fearlessness, all guarantee that this
work is one ot more than ordinary val
ue. It presents a deepei, broader,
more exhaustive exhibit of tho long train
of causes which culminated in the con
flict thau can be found in any other work.
It is the most ample, brilliant, ami read
able book that the war has called forth.
It is not only rieii in historical informa
tion, but as instructive in its method of
presentation as it is fascinating in nar
rative. It is, in our opinion, the only
book that rises to tho dignity of a real
history of the Spanish-American conflict.
It needs no bolter introduction to tho
eight- millions of American freemen
than the names of its three illustrious
The magnificent illustrations include
a series of seven superb steel-plate por
traits of President McKinley (from a
photograph approved by himself), Gen
eral Miles, Sliafler, and Merritt, and
Admirals Dewey, Sampson, and Schley.
It is worthy of note that those are the
only steel-plate portraits of these famous
men ever published. It also contains
colored and elaborate maps, showing in
great detail Cuba, the Philippines. Por
to Rico, the Hawaiian islands, etc.
There ate, besides a large number of
maps and diagrams inserted in the text
lo illustrate battles, campaigns, naval
operation etc. There is also ;!2 magni
ficent full-page illustrations. In the
preparaiion of these maps, steel-plates
and illustrations no expense or pains
have beeu spared to make them all that
art, skill and talent could produce. In
no other history of tho war can anything
even approaching them be found.
It is worth more than all other books
and manuals on this subject, for in none
of them nor in them all combined can
be found so much solid information as
this thoroughly standard high-class
book contains, which has, in addition,
many beautiful illustrations and the in
estimable value of being truthful. If
we speak warmly of this book, it is be
cause it is richly worth all the praise
that can bo bestowed upon it.
The book is sold only by agents, and
is published by the old and reliable firm
of A. D. Worihiiigton & Co., Hartford.
Conn., whose imprint is sufficient guar
antee of the excellence of this first class
volume. Mrs. Walter LeBarron of
South Barre, is the agent for this locals-
All kinds of fresh ve
& Chesscrs Meat Marl
:etables at Dower
New Canned Goods,
Beaches, Pumpkin, Blueberries, Salmon, Sugar Corn and String
Beans at only 10 cents a can.
This Week Only
other Smol crs supplies.
We c irn' a large stock of
When you want anything in the line of
foreign and doiiu sue remedies. '
Corner North Main and Seminary St., :
Nothing to gain by putting off
q .noil izau tlin atnelr u hen full and
When you see yourself in a suit that fits you body and mind, ami .,.k,..
book, too you'll be glad you came in. If we don't lit you all three way., ,,,-t
buy. . If you change your mind, comeback for your money, you'll get even cent.
Granite Block, Barre, Vt.
GOLD HOPPER COFFEE is being sieved
FREE, and the demonstrator will toll you
how and where to get a Gold Hopper Coffee
Mill FREE!
Don't miss this opportunity ot testing tho
Best Coffee Gold Hopper Brand while the
demonstration is going on.
M. L. T0WNE & CO.
Gash Grocers and
A lied Cocker Spaniel Pup. lie has four
white feet ami white breast; has u sear on his
neck. Kinder wilt be rewarded by leaving
hhn at this olliee immediately, if uot sooner.
Fine location, good rooms, spring
water, known as the Curtis place. Terms
reasonable: chance for another house
on lot. Must be sold.
Perry & Lapoint,
Gordon Block
When a clerk has no watch, or even
ono that is not reliable, his employer
often has to report impunctualiry . The
clerk who wins the Tfj.euuams prize
watch will not be troubled that way.
We will sell all brand of SMOKINU
TOBACCO in pound cans for 38 cts.
Regular price 45 cents. We have
on hand a large stock of pipes and
all kinds of Cartridges,
you can save money lo buy of us.
Our slock includes all tho standard
Ban c, Vt
buying Fall and Winter ( loll,,.
have first choice of it
Onee heard evervone likes it-
( Ikl. K. ITnr-
ris' latest sen;;',
Break the News to Mother,'
We have it in Sheet Mu-ic
I You can also hear A. ('. Campbell, the ei u-
brated tenor, sm. this sung in our
M3' Shoe Business into the store
formerly occupied by B. Tomasi at (In
comer of Xorth Main and Seminary
Streets. Call and examine my stock.
French Estate
The undersigned Commission will si ll
above named valuable estate in Itarrc 1111 Id'
order of court at either public or prb ate si
1 unies eouienipiaiun; uive-inieiu win
or address the commissioners at the
U. T. Swnsev. Harre. Vt.
(J. T. S WAS 10 Y,
T. II. I, ANTIC, Coiniuisioiii r-.
H. W. LYl'oliD.
On a business or pleasure trip into tin'
country, call at uv stable lor your
KARJIKKS driviic' into the eit
with horses that are afraid of the
electrics can put Hu m up with me
lind avoid accidents.
Proprietor of the Plnenix Ilou.-e l.iurj.
Boarding and Feed Stable.
1 , ,
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