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j 1 We:::: Our Telegraphic Service Does Not autre Evemiinis: Telesram. i COMG BY FREIGHT OR BY ARE THE ONLY MEMBER5 OF TUS 5 MAIL. I We Print News while it is News. ASSOC I AT ED PRESS in tf nj VOL. 1. NO 109. BARRE, VT., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1898. PRICE ONE CENT ?OUGrl"pMBCE; boys surra. ff IS THE MAN BE HIND THE GUN That makes history in tattle. 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 anty' that Baeks it up. It is the ROUGH AND TUMBLE BOYS that we prepare for with such entiles which is sold only hy us. Thirty of the above make of Hiits in short trousers plac ed on sale this week at 82.90 a Suit. Tho suits are made of a Heavy and Strong hard-faced and smoothly - finished Worsted. Double Seat and Knee, every seam warranted not to rip, Uolors Fast, will wear out two of any other ordinary makes at the sture price. Every parent and guardian is requested to call and examine the above line of Boy's Suits as 'early 'ns possible. Respectfully, SEGEL & BRADY, l'ltorHIETOllS OF THE ONLY BLUE STORE IN BARRE. SiiiiiirlPiin Ticket on both steam roads for Mile by us ut all times. Everything for Miotographers Prices Beyond Competition. H. L. AVERILL ONLY UNION MEAT MARKET IN THE CITY. Wo feed the people and close our market at (i o'clock except Vt ciincsuays iiimI Saturdays. Trading; Stamps Given. Call and see ns Dowers & Chesser, "' North Main Street, - Bane, Vt STOVES FOR SALE New ami second-hand Heating and ffioKinst Stoves for sale cheap. Also I'iinni'M Boilers. Tine. etc. haves, Trough .Ui(i Tin Hoofing work done at short not ico. Q. B. DURKEE, North Main Street, Barre, Vt -It for the Gods OUU NEW Mocha and Java Coffee (ironnil when yon order it. Price, 25c. a pound, 6 Pounds, $1.00 It cmi'tbeeiiuiilleii. STONE II ER. DANIELS IS UN SEATED. WAR BETWEEN FRANCE AND jENGLAND. Both Nations Now Expect a Fight. The Legislature. Montpelier, Vt., Oct. 21. The elec tion of state officers was completed yes terday and the only change iu the list of officials is the substitution of the name of Hon. Nelson Fiske to succeed the late Hon. Crosby P. Miller a a trustee of the University of Vermont. The fight for State Superintendent of Education was a hot one and called 3ith fright speeches in favor of both candidates. The ballot resulted as fal lows: Whole number of votes, 258; necessary for choice, 130; Mason S. Stone, 171 ; C. II. Dunton, 87. In the House (morning), fourteen billa were introduced, the most iinpor- t being U 86, by Dickey, of Brad ford", to provide for a safe and accurate test and analysis of milk, and to protect the farmer; II 87, by Kemp, of Mont pelier, providing that defendants jointly indicted for felony shall be tried separ ately; II 93 by Wilson, of Stockbridge, repealing rtie six inch law, and requir ing selectmen to post streams at points above which trout are not likely to be over six inches long. Fishing on posted waters wholly forbidden. Fine of not less than ten dollars for first violation. Killed, II 26, amending section 2980 V. S . relating to road commissioners. Five bills were passed : H 1 relating to public hcalih ; 11 10 an amendment to section 85(5 V. 8., relating to state bnne- ficiiiries ; and II 20, granting a bounty on certain noxious animals, being the only important ones. The afternoon session in the house accomplished very ittle. II 2. an Act relating to railings on highways was reported unfavorably. II 63 relating to the ofllce of Sheriff was killed. II 30, making special appropria tions for the Vermont Soldiers Home was passed. In the Senate, morning, seven bills were passed. Threo of them related to the courts and the rest were unimport ant. In the alternoon six uius derrd for third reading, and one unim- nortant bill was introduced At 2,30 the two houses met in joint assembly to elect the state officers. NOTES. The number of bills introduced this term relating to fish is already large. Tho Montreal Star says the C. v. re organisation bill gives much satisfac tion to the officials of tue urana jiu... The members from Orleans counry held a meeting yesteruay ami unanimously against the McGeary local option bill. Committee. counties are to meet and organize a ivstematic opposition. Montpelier, Oct. 21. -The contest . . T..-.,.r,t.iti vn Daniels over tne seat oi nvi'a. - - .i of Middlesex was ended today uy the House voting to unseat him and seat Mr. Flint (rep) England Preparing. iw.. 21 A despatch from . !!. .1. mtmir. ruriSlllUUl" owjo .. .. .. i ..,.ri n...tors that no dock ynr i . .1. onoa flint tllO UriUOU ally una loouviu reimirs be commoueeu on -i -- 1 . . ioa fbow e.nn bo .i unf. annua run uui completed within forty-eight hours. A Heros Funeral. Easton.ra,()o-V:;":,"f Ol.Chas.A, Wickoff who fell o Ihe field of Santiago July l'"' The" ,,av with full military honors. The I' recUwero crowded and the stores, bunks and industries were closed. .... WN On the Way Home. Pittsburg, Pa., Oct. 21. Gen. Miles and Gen. Shatter, with their staffs, passed here this morning in privato cars enroute for Washington from the Chic ago Peace Jubilee. North Blisville, Ind., Oct. 21. The President addressed two immense au diences before breakfast this morning at Logansport and Kohomo. Tho school children were at the depot each with a flag. The cannons boomed, the whis tles shrieked, the people cheered and the scene was inspiring. No Understanding Paris, Oct. 21. An. effort is being made here to create the impression that there is some understanding between the Un'ted States and Spain regarding the Philippine Islands outside of the statements of the protocol. It can be stated however that such is not correct. Marchands Expedition. Paris, Oct. 21. Captain Barratiorof Major Marchand's expedition on his ar rival at Cairo with the report for the French government said that the mis sion had not lost an officer or soldier and that the health was good. Tho re port only gives the movements up to September 1st. and docs not mention the arrival of Kitchoner. Paris Exposition. Paris, Oct. 21. Commissioner Peck has secured a total space for the United States in the Paris Exposition of 203,. 000 square feet. At first be was allotted only 125,000 square feet. Germany has now only 160,000 sqaare feet allotted. Ready For War. London, Oct. 21. Exceptional inter est was taken today in the celebration of the anniversary of the battle of Tra falgar where Nelson defeated the French and Spanish fleets. The cause of the iticrrascd outburst of patriotism is the dispute with France on the Fashoda question which many look upon as likely to bring war be tween England and France. Snow Storm Record. St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 21. The weath er here continues to beat all records of the past. The snow never before fell o early in the season here but it has been falling fast for the past 24 hours. The earliest it has ever been known to snow before it November 25th. A Profitable Visit. Chicago. Oct. 21 As a result of the visit of the high officials of the Pennsyl vania railroad to Chicago that Com pany will immediately begin to execute a plan of construction involving an ex nfinditiire of over a million dollars. Double tracks will be laid for the Pan handle and Pennsvlvania lines between Chicago and Logansport, Fort Wayne, Ind. Guilty. Boston. Oct. 21 The jury in the case of William Silvas charged with causing the death of Joseph Pacheeo by stabbing him with a knife during a quarrel, re turned with a verdict of guilty of man slaughter in the first degree this mom- Mustered Out. New York, Oct. 21. The fourth bat. tery of volunteers of 100 men were paid off ibis mornihg and mustered out of service. A bargain sale of Odd Underwear at Frank McWhorter's. Call in Bnd see them. -3 A JQ 'X" C9 IX X A. m The Weather. Boston, Oct. 21. Rain tonight and Saturday morning. Clearing Saturday night, cooler, variable winds. OPEN IN G ENTEBTAINM ENT. The first entertainment of this win ters lecture course was given in the Con gregational church last night by the Lyceum Stars, Miss Jennie Core, Soprano; Miss Edna Louise Southerland, Reader; Miss Maud Paradis, Pianist; Mr. Van Veachton Rogers, Harpist ; and Mr. Felix Winteraitz, Violnist. Every number ou the splendid pro gram they gave wag artistically render ed and thoroughly enjoyed by all. Mr. Rogers selections on the harp will long be remembered by every lover of music. Miss Southerland appeared before a Barre audience two years ago, and any one who heard her then and again last night would mark ,the decided im provement in her character work. She is a graduate of Emerson School of Ora. lory and has been Studying with Leland T Powers for the past year. Ilor selec tions were rendered with foiling and artistic finish, and the encores she re ceived testified to the genuine apprecia tion of the audience. . Mr. Wintemitz isAn old favorite here and his selec tions last evening were fully up to their usual standard of exoelience. The sing ing and playing by Miss Corea and Miss Paradis was excellent. ' If the entertain ments which are to follow prove ns good as this one our eitizens will have no reason to be dissatisfied with this seasons course. ' t BIRTHDAY' PARTY. The parents and schoolmates of Miss Katie Ahern gave her a very enjoyable surprise party from 6 to 9 o'clock last evening at her house in Durkee Place, the occasion being her 11th birthday an niversary, f Some twenty-five of her mates and several older friends jbade up the party and a splendid time resulted. Gaines of all sorts were play id and selections on the piano, organette and gramapbone completed the entertainment. Refresh ments of fruit, and ice cream and cake were served at 8 oVlock, Every on o voted it one of the most.enjoyablo evcu- ings they had ever spent. ,. Ainoug the many aieo presents ! for Mies Kalio wo iiot-it the following : gold chain and cross from her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Alien ; gold ring, Mrs. G. B. Durkee ; silver.dollar, G. U. Durkee; fifty cents each from Bert Durkee and Mr. Cooper.; hand painted art plaque, Beatrice Callaghnn : jewel trays from both Goldie Ilawesand Anuie Averill; pen and stamp, box, Cora Barnes ; small pitcher, Mary Anderson ; decorated glasses from M audio Thomp son, Cclia r renter, Way Henna and Pauline Culler; box of bonbons, Miss Edith Boyco ; cup and saucer from each of Hallie Calder, Bessie Verelo and Flora Murphy; berry dish, Bessie Skeels ; card plates from Chrissio In gram, Mabel Johnson and Carrie Burke ; photograph, Ester Fitts ; vases from Christina McKewin, Lillian Camp bell, and one with no name attached ; six handkerohiefs from Francis Ahern ; penknife. Lillian Nelson; boxes of paper and envelopes from Jennie Mann and Louise Calder; hairpin case, Lizzie Mc Kewin ; and a splendid two story birth day cake from Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Cal laghan. DEATH OF SEGEE MOORE. Segce C, Moore passed away alout 9 o'clock last evening at the Phoenix House. He was 37 years, 7 mouths, and 23 days of age. Mr. Moore has lived in Barre almost a year coming here from Williarastown. He was born at St. Geoge, New Bruns wick. Mrs. Moore is employed at tho Phoenix House and Mr Msore has made his home there. He has been suffering from tuberculosis for over two years. The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon from the Congrega tional church in Williamsmwn, Rev. Mr. Wonier officiating. The burial will be in the Williainstown cemetery. FOUND. A red and white bound pup, about 8 months old : collar with uiiintel ligable name, first letter K. Owner can have Riime by proving property and paying chnre; 123 WBHDingioii oi, COMMISSIONERS' JiOTICE. Louife C. French and f Washluttton D. Al'Uoz French J County Court, ys. I September Term, D. Edgar French, et al. 181)8. Whereas, it has been ordered by said County Pmirt Hint, wh. the underniirned Commission ers, duly appointed by said court for that pur- Jltrpose, sell me rem esiaw buuuusu iu juc. t. u,.iii r.miitv. and kuown as the Duvld French Estate,' and more particularly dcscrili ed iu th petition iu said eutitled cause, at public or private sale, and to execute convey ances to the purchasers as provided bylaw, and hold the proceeds until the further order of said Court, and if sold at public sale, notice thereof to tie given oy puuncaiiuu ui me three weeks successively In the Han- Daily Times and Uahub Evbninu Tklkoham. newspapers published in said Barre prior to said sale, ... , Now, perfimnt to said order, we hereby give notice that we will sell said real estate at public sale on said real estate at said Ilarre on the 10th dav of November, A. D., ls!)8, at tea o'clock in the forenoon, unless previously sold at private sale accoruing 10 saw orncr. Dated at Barre, Vt., this l'Jth ,day of Oc tober, A. D., 1898. O. T. Swasey, f rommis. T, If. Lance, C?" ' ' U. W. Lyford, filoners- 18 Lucions, palate ticklers, melt-in-your-mouth Pears, try some, you'll want more. E. M. Averill. Now is the time to put in your coal Get your prices of G. J. Towne, 135 North Main Street. 112 City Council. A special meeting of the city council was held last evening. It was culled by the Street Commissioners who waul ed farther instructions about layiug out the new streets on the French estate. Hurl) Leonard appeared before the council and applied for an extension of tho city wnter supply to his barn for use in case of emergency. It was voted to rato his barn the same ns a livery stable and give tho usual rebate if the water be not used continually, Representative Swasey, Judge Lance and Judge Lyford, commissioners on tho estate were present as also were Frederick Carleton and Judge Barney, counsel for some of the heirs. There was considerable discussion as to just where some of the streets should run. Some of the city officials thought ihe city had not ought lo pay any laud damages where it is necessary to cross other property than the French estato to connect with Merchant and Elm streets. All sorts of plans were talked over and the question was linally voted upon with the result that the street commis sioners were ordered to lay the streets proposed. Ihe new street that lias to cross Charles Currier's land lo connect with Merchant street will belaid only to Mr. Currier's land at present. All the others are to connect with the present streets. The Elm street exten sion will go right through where L. J. Bolster's blacksmith shop stands and straight up the hill. Tho motion to lay the streets after this fashion was carried 3 to 1. A motion to connect with Mer chant street across Mr. Currier's land and pay damages was lost 3 to 1. A petition signed by officers of the Civic Federation of Woniens clubs ask ing the city to lay a sidewalk from the fountain in the center of the park, east erly to the apex of the triangle, was laid upon tho table. The meeting ad journed at 8.15. COMING HOME. Stephen Forsyth received a letter, dated at Paris, from James Ingram this morning. In it Mr. Ingram states that he should leave Liverpool for home on Saturday Oct. 22. which will bo tomor row. He will arrive here about the first of November. LABOR DAY BILL. A bill was drawn up today by which the first Monday in Sopttniber-ef each year will be a legal holiday in this state and known as Labor Day this being the same date as recognized by the United States statutes and many of the different states as a legal holiday. In the same bill provision is made for mak ing tho 12th day of February which is tho birtl'day of Abraham Lincoln a legal holiday to be known as Union Defenders Day. This is the day cele brated throughout the country by the Sons of Veterans. Tho bill was drawrn by VV. W. Lapoint and will bo present ed by Representative George T, Swasey in the llonse of Representatives next Monday. MAY BUY CORNER LOT. The city officials are talking over the advisability of purchasing that part of the French estate cornering on Elm and Washington streets for tho site of the Aldrich Free Library. Northing definite h-u hi en done but it serins to be the sreiieral opinion that as the trustees of tin, library cannot now purchase the land it would be a good idea for tho city to purchase it and hold it in trust till such time as the terms of the Aldrich will can lie carried out. Every one thinks that it would be a plendid site for the library. A good chance !o get underwear cheap if your size is on our bargain counter, Come in and see. Frank McWhorter. THE POPULAR CONTEST. HANK LIST. Siegniond Lowin, Comb. Cash Store 1(152 Tom. Mcintosh, F. D. I.tidd 1515 Minnie Dimsinore. C. 11. Campbell 1231 B. I. Staples, (iillcy & Abbott 102 Mrs. L. Westeott, Homer Fitts 1012 Gertrude Leonard, Boston Burg Storo SOU C. 8. AVallace, W. II. dale 421 Mike Harrington, F. I), l.add 815 Jack Morse, Levin Bros. 278 A.C.Moore, Globe Clothing Wore 210 Hen. Gilley, Eastman Brns. 173 George Bates, I.. A. Averill 145 Frank Chauiberlin, Blue More l'id Myrtle Walker, I'erley Chandler 120 Arthur Campbell, Iternoldx & Son "llfl E. O. Miirrlon, Anton Meeker 120 Genie Mills, Gilley A Abbott 107 C. C. Griswold, Boston Burg Store 103 Uerinuu Campbell, ('. 11. Campbell 81 Frank Wheiiton, JI. J. McXiowun 78 Maud Dcnsuiorc, C. II. Campbell 73 Will. Dawson, M. Marron 4 Sarah Lowe, Mrs. J. M. Bond 59 Ji.hn Wallace, lteynolds & Sou 54 Frank Small I Wood 63 This is not n political cloetion so you can vote early and often. Buy your cranberries of Dower & Chesser, 307 North Alain street. All sorts of good things lo eat at Callaghans bakery. Mr. W. II. Flint proprietor of t n 1 CKA.. Ul,...n ..,:i I. l tjfjpiea ouvju aiuiu, win uc vnij ' lu show you the prize shoes for tho news boy selling the most papers during tho Telegrams popular contest. & THE BIG SHOW AT I LES HALL! Rigger and Bolter than Ever. Every thing Entirely New. 10c-Admission-10c Doors open at 7 :15, Curtain at 8. NEW WAGONS AT COST. To close out I will sell four A No. 1 Babcock Top Buggies, also a New Surrey (latest Babcock style) at cost. Inquire at H. F. CTJTLEBS Livery and Feed Stable, In rear of City Hotel. UNDERTAKER and FUNERAL DIRECTOR, W. K. WHBATLEY, 62 No. Main Street, - - Barre, Vermont All Orders will Keceive My Personal Attention. Night Calls will be Promptly Attended To Telephone call at Residence 141-0, At office 26-3 PL UMBINO ! Wo have two journeyman plumbers Plumbing WE PUT IN THE BEST OF HATERIAL AND ALL WORK GUAR. ANTEED SATISFACTORY. We have a first class Furnace man and can put in the ht Hot Air Furnace that is made ; 'iHE GLEN ; 5 WJYOOD ( (alW Hot;A&and Sot VVater , V ' Combination.) 6. J. REYNOLDS & SON, HARDWARE, BAKKE, TO WHOM IT MAT CONCBM : From a personal knowledge I can testify that D. D. II A LEY, the tailor, ii? an artist in his line. During the past year clothes for me, i very one of 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 are of the best and his prices arc very reasonable. September 12, 1398. HALEY THE TAILOR, Artist and. Expert in Tailoring, 56 Main Street, - GO ...Prindle & STOVES, RANGES and HEATERS We have the Magic, Welcome, Household, Gold Coin, Storling, Quaker Prize. Richmond, Crawford, Somersworth, Plymouth and Hound Oak (for wood and coal. Stove Pipe, StoYe Board, Elbow and Damper, Goal Hods. Puritan Oil Heaters, Plumbing, Hot Air, Steam ami Hot Water Heating. Hardware, Tinware, House Trimming, Nails, Building Paper, Paint, Oil, and Varnish, Tarred, Tin and Stool Roofing. GET OUR LOWEST PRICES. Prindle JACK MAN BLOCK, ON THE LEVEL of the average man's pocket-book when price is considered, our CLOT II I N G is far above the ordinary ready-made in point of stylo and workmanship. For $10 we put a man into a business Suit which ho 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 Go, 174 flain St., Barre, Vt. and are prepared to do first class and Heating. VERMONT he has made three suits of which has fitted to perfection E. A NUTT Montpelier, Vt. - Montpelier, Vt. TO AverilPs... FOlt & Averill, BAKKE, VT W. H, CONNOR, 00 N-M,,tt,vt