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Quarry Boys, Pure Leaf, L L Ponies, Royal Savage, ARE TheCiearstoSmoke For Sale Everywhere. Payette, Mendelslion & Co, UTrs. L. Lewin, M'gr. 180 No. riain St. Barre, Vt Meals At All Hours PARLOR LUNCH ROOM FRESH OYSTERS ALWAYS ON HAND C. M. HUTTOIT, Proprietor. Hay, There ! Read This! I have on hand fifty tons of Baled Hay Some of it I will sell as low as 40o. A HUNDRED. From that up to No. 1 Timothy. Zi. A. AVSHILL, 200 N. Main St., near Depot Square. A. 0. SPIRO, 5 FURRIER Cor. State and riain St., riontpelicr, Vt. Furs Repaired, Kedyed, Uoniodlod. Reasonable Prices, Satisfaction Guaranteed. Jackets, Riding Coat anil Garments in all fashionable l urs made to order. Assorted stock of Furs, Skins and Linings on hand. MOV 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 the largest as well as the smallest jot) with equal facility. My terms are 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 ear of those Cedar Shingles on commission at 1.5.5 per M at our yard, North Main St, GainiDg Oyster Fields. II. C. llowo & Co., who are tho owners of more oyster grounds than any other firm in the Unite.1 Stater, aro now commencing a new enterprise in the waters of llhode Island. Their two largest steamers, Ruel Itowe and Cordon Kowe, are catching and loading over If ,700 bushels daily, and ltowc & Cos third steamer is in Narragansett ISay towing (he schooners about the oyster grounds on their arrival, while the dlanters shovel over the oysters. FOR SAI.K liY C. H. CAMPBELL, 22 & 24 N. Haiti Street, l'AIIIC 1II.OCK. INu THE BIG Co Co STORE 1 IT Clothing Specials That nre head-lines to the great values to be found here this season. 3! en's Black, Ulue anil Hrown all-wool Im ported Kersey Overcoat, Excellent Italian Lin ing, splcndidlY made. A ready retailer at $10.00 Head-line price, fT.SO. Men's Black and Ulue Overcoats, made of WestLondm Kersey, best Italian Lining, per fect tailoring. An exceptional good value nt $1-2.00. Head-line price, 910.00. There are some wonderfully dressy O. C. made up this season of Court Cloth with fancy plaid hark and skinner Satin Lining. We have a lame assortment of selected styles. Head-line prices $8.00, $10.00, $12.50, $15.00 and $1S.D0. Men's Suits. Never have we shown so many choice things as can lie found in our splendid Fall Assortment, numerous as aro the various wearers. 'e have a collection that is sure to please you, both in style and prices, Children's Department. j i for the cold snaps with our big leader iu Children's Reefers. It's a Handsome Lit tle liouele Coat, trim med with Braid. Comes 1 n Brown, Blue and Green Col ors. Our Head-Line Price is $2.49. Children's Vestu a nd Fauntleroy Suits. We arc proud of our lino. it is ns complete as sjo.25 Suits can make. Our strong-hold and Leaders are the line of Suits we aro show ing at $2.98. Hoy's Ulsters, Hoy's Suits, Boy 's Neck wear, Hoy's Underwear. IJoy's Gloves and Mittens, Hoy's Hats and Caps, Hoy's School Shops, iu fact everything for the boys. Combi nation CASH STORE CO. 1$. COiiOSKY & CO., Proprietors. si3 Main St., - - Barre, Vt. Opposite Depot Square. 5 Am Still Doing Business at My Old Stand and have all the novelties in FALL MILLINERY! HISS L, J. HALL, 74 X. Main Street. Yot Will be surprised when you examine my stock of the Liit-" est Styles iu FALL MILLINERY. You will be sure to find some thin;,' that will please you. MISS H. A. MILES, In 1). SI. 31 lies' New Hlock, Xorth Main St, Furnish t lie La dies of HiilTO with the Correct Fall Styles in MILLINERY. AM the Latest Xovelties. Mrs. W. F. Shepard, 15 Prospect Street, - Barre, Vt, GET YOUR FALL HATS OF Miss M, F. Haskins. You will find her Millinery Parlors on'Xorth juain mrcet, near Depot Square. -COME- TO MY SPECIAL SALE OF WALKING HATS, Sailors and Children's School Hats "ii will liud a large nnd up-to-data line of Millinery at my store, also the latest novelties iu I'ius, Fancy Feathers, Uibboiis ami small wares. I have new goods coming every week. Mrs. J. M. BOND, 127 North Main Street. DeWitt'5 Witch Hazel Salve Cures piiet, scald. Barn. I Can BARRE Steam Laundry. It will cost yon nothing for our team to collect and deliver your Laundry. OFFICE and WORKS, No. 7 Central Place, Barre, Vt. Sparks From Granite City. G. A. Houston is on the sick list to day. II. L. Bugbeo is in Burlington on business today. Ed Ward is visiting Dr. Ilarkness in Montpelier today. William Cassio returned last night from a short business trip to Boston. Julio Bianchi who has been siek for several weeks was out again this morn ing. Arthur Buzzell had a new sign paint ed on his lunch room window this morn ing. The Capitol Electric Co. are wiring Kcndrick's drug store for electric lights today. Representative Morse of Northfield was in the city calling on friends last night. L. A. Dnstin of !!d street has been quite ill with a fever for the past few days. Dr. C. F. Camp returned last night from Boston where he has been for the past few days, Joe Odgers has his new two story and a half house on Hockley St. all ready for the plasterers. W. E. Ilawes commenced the erection of ft bam for Georgo Brown on Beckley Hill yesterday morning. Tin Boston Lyceum Stars left this morning for Hardwiek where they give their concert this evening. Luke Gallagher and bride, who have been on their wedding trip to Montreal, are expected home today. Miss Annie Tappin of Graniteville went yesterday to St. Johnsbury where she has a pos tion for the winter. A. Polan moved yesterday from John Soule's house on 2nd street into Jed Bcckley's house on Beckley Hill. Mrs. W. J. Mitchell and daughter Annie left this morning for. a two days visit with relatives in Burlington. Robert MeKen.ie gave a tenor solo last evening at the Ladies Night given by the Apollo Club of Montpelier. Ernest. Brock of Newbury is driving the truck team for his brother E. C. Brock daring the illness of the latter. Z. Machi reports that the granite business is beginning to shut down for winter. New orders aro coming in slow. Arthur Buzzell is having an addition built on to tho rear of the lied Star Lunch Hoom. It will be used for the kitchen. Fred McAnally and daughter Mary left on the 3.05 train this afternoon for Montreal where tey will Tisit relatives for a few days. James McWilliaras and family who flave been visiting relatives in Now Armagh P. Q, for the past two months returned home last night. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Morse of Brook field wore in thn city yesterday callinj; on the families of A. 1). and W. F. Morse. They returned today. Every one interest! d in poultry is re quested to be present at the meeting of the Graaite City Poultry, Pigeon and Pet Association in Seainpinis Hall Satur day evening. Max Severance who went to Burling ton last night to take '.he physical ex amination he will return this afternoon and will be in the game with the Blue Jeans tomorrow. S. I). Sibley lias erected a two story building on his land near the Berlin line which he occupies as a tallow render ing factory. He is now making largo shipments of tallow. Lieut. George Tilden and wife re turned this morning to their home in Northfield, Lieut. Tilden will return to his former position in V. F. Morse's shoe store about November 7th, c . , I. .. . oeverai iooc oau eiitnusinsts are in Montpelier this afternoon to witness the game of foot ball between St. Albans H'gh School and Montpelier Seminary Don't forget to go up on tho Goddard campus tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock and see the home team "do up" the Blue Jeans of St. Albans. It will be the hot est game of the season. Peter Abbott is now well established in his new ment market recently pur chased ol b. I), hibley and is doing a good business. Mr Abnottjis wellk nown here and has had considerable exper iences m tho meat business. His many friends wish him success in his business. It is reported that Representative Lewis Keith of the town of Barre is drafting a bill for introduction in the legislature which requires all teamster driving over three tons weight to have six inch tires on their wagons. The stone men are prepared to fiirht the bill on the grounds of its being rauk injus tice. A fact perhaps not generally under stood, has made itself apparent in tho guise of a most profitable investment to Barre Citizens. Ehle's Book and Music store has recently inaugurated the plan of paying the street ear fares to pur chasers at their beautiful art and sta tionery store in Montpelier when goods up to one dollars worth aro purchased. the facilities offered in this store am so varied in tho lines of Musical Instru ments and Novelties, that prospective buyers liud themselves bewildered in making their selection. Though early for tho approaching Holiday season the stocK lias already arrived in somo de partments and n timely investigation will prove a good investment. II. D. Camp of Orange was in the city yesterday. T. L. Snow returned this morning from Burlington. G. S. Guernsey of Boston is in the city on business today. Tom Suitor traded horses yesterday while In North Randolph, getting a nice bay mare. A board sidewalk is being put in front of the new city building so that people need not wade in mud. E. L. Sanborn and wife of East Orange aro in town today. Perlev Chandler is having his house on South Main Street shingled. Mrs. Gertie Jenkins began work for Mrs, D. K. Bisbee this morning. Mrs. Fred Danforth was called today to Sodom by the death of her mother. Tom Mercer who has been siek for the oust two weeks was out again this 4 w morning. Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Holt are visiting relatives in Middlesex today. They will return tonight. John C. Dodge is doing an artistic job of painting on the exterior of G. J. Reynolds fino new residence. Henry Smith, Jack Cayhue and Wil liam Noonan returned this morning from their week's visit in Boston. Several of the St. Albans High School foot ball team were in the city this morning looking over the town. A game of foot ball is going on today on Central Park between the Montpe lier High School and the Spaulding High School. Mackie, llussey & Co. men will play ball tomorrow afternoon at I o'clock on Central Park agaiDst Marr & Gordon's men. A new sign bearing the inscription "Headquarters for Millinery" was in front of Hie Combination Cash Store this morning. It is expected that the Rev. ElTio K, M. Jones will return from Boston to morrow so as to supply the pulpit of the Univcrsalist church Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Kenyon of Plain field, N. H. arrived in the city last night and will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Kenyon on Merchant street. A bottom base 14-4x14-4x1-6, finish ed by Mackie, Hussey & Co. for Legner & (Running of Cincinnati is standing on a special car in the M. & W. R. R. freight yard. Tom Mercer has lost his dog "Ned" and whoever is aware of his where abouts would confer a favor upon one of Uncle Sam's volunteers if he would inform Bugler Tom Mercer S. 1). Sibley has several men at work putting cabbage heads into the ground. He is going to cover 8000 heads and hold them till they; are higher in price, hoping to get two cents a pound for them. . The Kid got back from- his boatride down Mailt street' to j the capitol about 9 o'clock last nighttand reports that the river was at least)1 a foot above high water murk on account ot the stream of mud from Barre...., There will be a harvest supper in tho dining room of the Methodist church Friday night. It will be given by tho Epworth League. The price is only 15 cents. A musical and literary pro gram follows. " The supper is served from 5 to 7 o'clock. The street commissioners and the commissioners on the French estate have been in consultation all day. It appears to be a difficult matter to get all of the proposed new streets where they had ought to be on account of the lack of ac commodation shown by some abutting land owners. . 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 coffee will be served after whist. The ladies desiro to thank the public for their liberal pat lonage in tho past and hope to see many new ones. Admission 10 cents. The make up of the Blue Jeans team in the game with Goddard Seminary Saturday, will probably be as follows, Allen, center: Reagan and Allan!, guards ; Woods and Coote, tackles ; Cassidy and Morton, ends : Sheridan and Kimball, half backs; Keunedy, full back; Beach, quarter back. It is pes sible that Curtis and Newton of Georgia two former V.M. 8. men, may bo so cured to play. W. A. Buck is to referee the game. Architect George G, Adams of Law rence, Mass. was in tho city this morn ing to see about certain matters in re gard to the trimming of the City Hall, Two trimmers will go to work this af ternoon to finish off the stone blocks of the w alls. It lias been decided to in crease the circle in front of the curtain on the stage from 6 feet to 0 feet. Architect Adams looked ovor tho plans tor the plumbing but nothing of import ance was done in regard to them. Ar rangements were made so that Ward & Douglass will soon be settled up. The Conley Comedy and Advertising Company are beginning upon the second week of their successful entertainments. The members of the company have con ducted themselves in n thoroughly gen tlemanly and ladylike manner during their stay and have made many friends in our city. Last evening Miles Hall was literally crowded with people, many of them being ladies. At tonights entertainment two prizes will be given away, a door prize on the same plan that was followed Tuesday night, Tho other will he a handsome souvenir for the most popular lady present, the audi- enco voting upon It. SOUTH BARRE. Tho M. E. Sundry School will bo iu the school house chapel Sunday after noon at H o'clock. Those who are not attending any other Sunday School aro cordially invited to attend. While others are introducing new ( 'off eo, we still sell tho samo old kind, simply because it suits, when onco tried always insisted on. No Coffee costs more, yet we fell it for 82 cents a pound. L.M.Averill. L. W. Hanson, M, D. SPKCIAMST. Eye, ' Ear, Nose and Throat. WOOD BLOCK, BAKKE, VT. Kxcepl Tueday and Friday aftornooiu at Law rence Block, Mompalli.-r. Cuturact and other opera tioua. Klectro Magnet for puinlem removal of ateel, Compraned Air, Spray and Vapor Treatment for Catarrh, Jieafueaa, Colds, Coughs, Aathma, etc. Falypga rumovtd, alno other growth! in the nose, Enlarged Tonsils, Ademolda In children, causing niouth breathing. Earache and Deaneaa. GlaaBca prescribed for thoae who appreciate the Value of accurate lenaea for the eyca. UOUllU. Btoli; 1:30 to 4:30, 0:30 to 7:30 except Thursday evenlntra. KlectricB paaa both offices every half hour each way. Barre Business College and School of Music. Fall Term will open In Bolster's Block Sept. 6. Commercial and (Stenographic Courses, Vocal and Instrumental Music. Sessions, day and evening. Kor full particulars address : , Miss L. C. Dl'HKHY, I'rin. Miss L. M. Jkwktt, Ass't No. 9 Summer Street, Barre, Vt. Magazine Notes. McClnre's Magazine for November will contain a itory of boy lifo by Stephen Crane. This is' rather a new departure for Mr. Crane, and it will be interesting to see how he fares in it. The story is said to be one of hi best Harper's Weekley for October 22d will contain some important contribu tions on "The Expansion of tho United States." written by Hon. J. G. Carlisle, Senator Caffory, G. L. Rives, and others. Henry James' new novel, "The Awkward Age," and the resumption of the pages devoted to Music and the Drama, lend an added interest to this journal of civilization. "The Preference" is the title of an amusing story by Caroline Leslie Field, which will soon be published serially in Harper's Bazar. Other features of early forthcoming numbers are "College Days and their Sequels," a series of papers by Adaline W. Sterling, and tho resumption of tho column on "Music," by Miss Purdy. Callaghan is the man who runs the bakery at 341 North Main Street. Economy or Microbe f "About a year ago, " remarks a gos sip, "the congregation of one of our very well known churches up town adopted after long and serious debate the individual communion caps. The older members strenuously disapproved of the innovation,' and one eveu went so far ns to say that 'the Lord kuew all about microbes, but when he was on earth tho large cup was used. ' How ever, the younger members, led by an aspiring young phyEician, triumphed, and the tiny cups made their appear ance. "Last Sunday happened to be com munion day, and now comes the tragio part of the tale, bnt it ocours not in public. The onps were collected, the few drops of wine left in them emptied into a pan, and, horror of horrors! the drops collectively poured back into the bottlo, microbes and all. The question is, Can this be a plan by which the old folks continue to have their own way and exchange their microbes, or is it simply economy?" Philadelphia Reo- ord. American Honda Superior. England until reocntly has boasted of its steam railroads with scarcely a dis senting voico, but Englishmen who have traveled in the United States tell a dif ferent story on their return. Although English railroads have theadvantage of elevated or depressed tracks, so that they are not troubled with grade cross ings, they do not make the spred or run punctual ly as do American roads. The United States can set an example to the world in tho successful operation of railways. Tho American railroad gives tho traveler more comfort, more speed, better connections, and in nearly every particular more value for his money than ho can get at the same rate on any railroad in Europe. Syracuse Post. The Telltale I'lionotrrnph. The French town of Etampes is re ported to have substituted the phono graph for the recording secretary at the meetings of tho municipal counoil. Some of the councilors objected, be cause all their little defoots of oratory would bo registered by the apparatus, but the majority voted for giving it a trial. Proposals for Heating and Plumbing:. The City Council of the Clrv of Barre, Vt., will receive sealed bids for heating and plumb ing the new Citv Hall until six o'clock p. m. October ai, lstw", according to the plans and spccilications of George (i. Adams, Architect, and now on exhibition at the pflice of said architect, Lawrence, Mass., and at the office of C. 8, Currier, City Kngliiper, Bnrre, Vt the bids are to be marked " Proposals for Plumbing and Heating," and addressed to the City Treasurer, Barre, Vt. The right is here by reserved to reject anv or all bids. City of Barre, Vt., October 19, 1898. Bl'llT II. WELLS, City Treasurer. All kinds of freh vegetables at Dower & Chcsscrs Mont. Market. New Canned Goods, Peaches, Pumpkin, Blueberries, Salmon, Sugar Corn and String Bonus at only 10 cents a can. ALL KINDS OF DRIED FRUIT FOB TIES. This Week Only other Sintkers supplies. Wc carry a largo stock of When you want anything in the Hue of PATENT MEDICINES foreign and domestic remedies. B. TOR1ASI. Corner North Main and Seminary St., : Sterling Sweaters ! We have them for Men them with Flain, Byron, Sailor and Turtle neck collars. Wo have a new stylo Sweater called tho Sterling It is very dressy and warm. Conie iu and see them. FRANK McWHORTER Granite Block, Barre, Vt. DOMES! COFFEE MILL ! SO CONVENIENT AND GOLD HOPPER COFFEE is beins served FREE, and the demonstrator will tell you how and where to get a Gold Hopper Coffee Mill FREE ! Don't miss this opportunity ot testing Best Coffee Gold Hopper Brand while demonstration is going on. M. L. TOWNE & CO. Cash Grocers and Marketmen. ''' ' LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN. A Bed Cocker Spaniel Pup. He has four white feet and white breast; has a scar on his neck. Kinder will be rewarded by leaving him at this office immediately, if not sooner. FOB. SALE. A FIRST CLASS DWELLING HOUSE, COR. SUMMER AND MER CHANT ST. 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 one that is not reliable, bis- employer pften has to report impunctuality . The clerk who wins the Telkokams prizo watch will not be troubled that way. Wo will sell all bran Is of SMOKING 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 to buy of us. Our stock includes all the standard Bum?, Vt and Boys, all styles ami colors. n "IVO W CSCUt just itl. If GIVE AWAY the the MUSIC ON APPROVAL, We sc!l our -sheet music with the con ditions that you may return it if uns al ed inside of forty-eight hours and ex change it for others or for the ca'i. H. L, AVERILL, 28 North Main St Barre, Vt. I HAVE MOVED My Shoo Business into tho store formerly occupied by B. Tomasi at the corner of North Man and Seminary Streets. Call and exnmvuo my stock. JOSEPH 0S50LA. French Estate FOR SALE. The undersigned Commission ill sell tin above named valuable estate in liarre uii'lrr order of court at either public or private sale. Parties contemplating investment will call " or address the commissioners at the cilice ot (.. T. Swasev, Barre, Vt. G. T. 8WASEY, f T. If. LAXCK, Coinniissi"ner-. H. W. LYKOHI). I WHEN YOU GO Ou it business or pleasure trip into the country, call at i.iv stable for year team. FARM F.US driving Into tho city with horses that arc afraid of the electrics can put them up with nie and avoid accidents. a. W. BROWN, Proprietor of the Plurals House Livery, Hoarding and Feed Stable.