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ATTENTION
Quarry Boys,
Pure Leaf,
L L Ponies,
Royal Savage,
ARE
TheCisars toSmoke
For Sale Everywhere.
L. Lewin, M'gr.
180 No. Hain St. Barre, Vt
Meals
At All
Hours
PARLOR LUNCH ROOM
FRESH OYSTERS
ALWAYS ON HAND
C. M. SUTTON,
Proprietor.
Hay, There !
Read This !
I Lave on hand
fifty tons of
Baled Hay
Some of it I will sell as low as
40c. JL XXT72TDXIED.
Froiu tbat up to No. 1 Timothy.
Z.. A. ATTERILIi,
200 X. Main St., near Depot Square.
A. 0. SPIRO, is FURRIER
Cor. State and Haiti St.,
riontpeiier, Vt.
Furs Unpaired, Redyed, lie mod led.
Reasonable Prices, Satisfaction
Guaranteed.
Jackets, Hiding Coat and Garments in
all Fashionable Furs made, to order.
Assorted stock of Furs, Skins and
Linings on hand.
MOVING
AND JOBBING.
I am prepared 'to do all kinds of
moving and jobbing in the best possible
manner and at Lowest Prices. I have
even two-horse teams and can handle
the largest as well as the smallest job
with equal facility. Sly terms are
fifty cents an hour for a two-horse team
and one man. Give me a trial.
L. J. BOLSTER.
STORM WINDOWS
Now is the time to order of
ALLEN & RICHARDSON
New Block, near C. V. Depot.
Wo also have another car of those Cedar
Shingles 011 commission at .l.o5 per
M at our yard, North Main St.
FOR SALE
Or To Rent !
The Granite (Jtiarry and Machinery
now occupied by us situated near
Tayutor's.
For full particulars call on or ad
dress :
Acme Granite Co.,
Gordon's Mock, Iiarre, Vt.
Combi
nation
CASH
STORE
CO.
Cloak Department.
Are yon looking for 11 Cape or .Tucket f
We liuve the largest assortment to lie fouml
in tin city.
Ladies' Jackets from $2.69 up.
Hisses Jackets from $1.25 up,
Elegant line of Soaps,
Trad
Inducements
AT THE
STORE THIS
WEEK.
BIG
OF
The Reliance Wrapper
and House Dresses.
Appreciating the
great success we
have had in the sale
of these Wrappers
and Dres.-cs ami the
satislaction they
have given to our
many customers, we
oiler for T II I S
WKKK ONLY il
Special l)i scon n t
Sale as an Induce
ment to new custo
mers i n order t o
more thoroughly
bring their merits
before the ladies of
Harre and vieinitv.
Having a Corset
LI ling, these dresses
always give to the
forni a perfect figure,
whether worn with eor-
sets or without.
THE RELIANCE HOUSE DRESS
has the appear
ance of a separ
ate Waist and
skirt. The
Waist is pretti
ly made with
llraidiiiid Unfile
Trimming and
Corset Linimr.
The Skirt i s
made with wide
Hell Shape
Flouncing.
These dresses
can he found
here in great
variety of I'rints
Percales, Out
ing ami ! Iar.mletles at pricte lor tins ween
only :
use , 81.i, t.(;n, l.!is: r.rular
prices $1.20, l.(i:, 1.1)8, 2.iift.
Saturday Special Bargain.
Two huudred yards Best Turkey Ked Bates
Table Damask, guaranteed perfectly fast col
ors, regularly sold lit 45 and 60c. per yard.
Saturday Special Bargain Price 20c- Ask to
see the patterns. ;
Combination Cash Stcre Co.,
H. COKOSKY & CO., Proprietors.
213 Main St., - - "Barre, Vt.
Opposite Depot Square.
I Am Still Doing Business
I at My Old Stand
and have all the novelties in
FALL MILLINERY!
HISS L. J. HALL, 7i X. Main Street.
AVill be surprised when
von examine inv
storkof the bat-'
est Styles in
FALL MILLINERY.
You will be sure (. Uml some
thing that will plea yon.
MISS fl. A. MILES,
In I). M. Miles' Xew Block, North Main
St.
Furnish the La
dies' of Barre
w ilh the
Correct Fa!
.Styles in
MILLINERY.
All the Latest Novelties.
Mrs. W,
1.) Prospect Street,
F. Shepard,
Bane, Vt.
GET YOUR FALL HATS
Of
Miss M. I Haskins.
You will liml her Millinery Parlors on North
Main Street, near Depot Square.
-COME
TO MV
SPECIAL SALE OF
WALKING HATS,
Sailors and Children's School Hats
You will (iinl a hrxc nnd iip-tn-dntii line of
-Millinery at my store, also the latest novelties
in Pius, Kaucy Feathers, Ribbons and small
wares, 1 have new -oodscoininscycrv week.
Mrs. J. M. BOND,
127 North Main Street.
All sorts of gool
Callnghans bakery.
things to cat at
All kinds of fresh vegetables at Dower
& t'liessers Meat Market.
SPECIAL SALE
I Can
ROBES
AND
HORSE BLANKETS.
At Wholesale or Retail.
OUR PRICES CANNOT BE BEATEN FOR CASH.
Hand made Harnessed and in at repairing a
specialty.
W. W. CALDER,
Worthen Block, Barre, Vt.
Sparks From Granite City.
Miss Cora Maun returned from Boston
last evening.
Allen Martin of Williiimstown was
in the city today.
C. A. Fuller of St, Albans is in the
city on business today.
Mrs. Louise Boyco returned last night
from a weeks visit in Boston.
Q. II. Ferry of PlainHeld began work
for M. L. Towne it Co. today.
Another lot of iron pillars for the new
City Hall arrived this morning. :
Private 1 J. Uodgers is quite sick
with intlaminatory rheumatism. '
William Wishart returned this morn
ing from his weeks visit in Boston.
Mrs. Charles Johnson returned last
evening from her trip to Huston.
Repairs are being made today at the
entrance of the Globe Clothing Siore.
Private Fletcher of Co. M was in the
the city calling on friends yesterday.
Stales Attorney Richard A. Hoar is in
YVaitslicld and Watcrbury on business
today.
Mrs. George Kelton of North Montpe
lier called on relatives ;u the city yes
terday, t
Andy Young traveling Agent for the
Wabash K. It. was in city on business
yesterday,
II. G. Locke traveling agent of the
Chicago it Alton K. It. was in town
yesterday.
Private James Sullivan has returned
from a two weeks visit with his parents
in Plattsburgh.
Private Marshall Jones returned yes
terday from his two weeks visit at his
home in Morrisville.
Charles Ilurlebtirf, traveling agent of
the Canada-Atlantic Transit Co. is in
the city on business today.
Company II of Montpclier is to be
mustered out tomorrow afternoon uud
Company K in the forenoon.
The soldiers are beginning to congre
gate about the streets onou more in pre
paration for the mustering out.
The insuiance company has allowed
George Henry Clark $2075 on his stock
hay and barn with contents recently
burned.
Leo Head returned to Norlhlleld yes
terday coming back here toinorrew and
in about two weeks ho will go to Macon,
Georgia.
G. J. Reynolds & Son, yesterday, com
pleted the work of putting in a large
hot air furnace in the Uuivcrsalist church
in Washington.
Mr. and Mrs. James Bouet who have
been visiting their brother in the city
for a few clays left this noon for their
home iu St. Johusbiiry.
W. K. Barnes of Milford, N. II. was
m the city today to get data prepapara-
tory to making a bid on putting in tho
fixtures for the new postoflice.
-ir, ami Jirs. i-. it. maun wno nave
been visiting their soil Dr. W. F. Mann
since last Thursday returned to their
home in Brattleboro this noon.
II. K. Severance is moving today
from Lie tenement over the Tki.F.ukam
olllce to Clark Thorn's house at the cor
ner of Mount and Academy streets.
Patrick Conlcy who has been visting
his parents in Plattsburgh for a few
days returned yesterday so as to be,
present at trie mustering out caremonics.
The Daughters of Liberty are mak
ing preparations for a masquerade and
social on Hallo ween night. They will
also give a comedy which lliey are re
hearsing now.
The subject of debati this evening at
tho Y. P. A. meeting of the Presbyterian
church will be "Resolved that the con
templated policy of expansion in the
part of this country is unwise."
Frank Nichols is having the store re
cently occupied by II. D. Segel newly
papered and repaired in preparation for
the new billiard parlors of George Mar
riou who will move in tomorrow after
noon. Piiva'c Lufhcr Bailey of William
stown came to the city this morning for
the hrst time sincu his ntutii from
Chickamauga. lie is very thin to what
lie was when he went away but ho is
improving every day.
The Mite Society will hold its fair
Saturday afternoon and evening, Oct. 2!)
at llie homo of Mrs. Geo. F. Scott,
Worthcn Block, Keith avenue. There
will be an entertainment Saturday af
ternoon and evening. Saturday after
noon will be especially for the children.
Daniel Kingston with his son and
two daughters returned this morning
from Lebanon. N, II, were they went
to attend the wedding of llliam King
ston. The bridal couple will go to
Montreal and Chicago for a two weeks
visit after which they will return to rc-
sido in Barre.
There will be a dance in I'nily Hall,
So. Iiarre, I-rulav evening'. This is the
lirst one of tho season and a good time
is sure to bo had by nil those who at
tend. The same music that gave such
excellent satisfaction last winter will be
in attendance This is enough to en
sure a pleasant evening.
A fact perhaps not generally under
stood, has made itself apparent in the
guise of a most profitable investment to
Harre Citizens. Klile's Book and Music
store has recently inaugurated tha plan
ol paying the street car tares to pur
chasers at their beautiful art and sta
tionery store iu Montpclier when goods
up to one dollars worth are purchased.
The facilities offered in this store are
so varied in the lines of Musical Instru
ments and Novelties, that prospective
buyers liud themselves bewildered in
making their .selection. Though early
for the approaching Holiday season the
stock has already arrived in some de
partments and a timely investigation
will prove a good in vestment.
Motorman Doming is on the sick list.
I). M. Miles is on the sick list today,
Mrs. Miles is also ill.
Company F of Norlhfleld Is being
mustered out today.
Charles MeMillen is expected back
from York State today.
Private Charles Kouello of Washing
ton arrived in the city today
The dance advertised ' at Fast Barre
for Thursday night is postponed.
Mr. L. D.Kinne went to Burlington
and Milton this noon on business
Iter, and Mrs, Briggs of Washington
were in tho city on business today.
K. A. Gould had a barrel of fresh fish
from the lake, come this morning.
Johnson Brothers, stone dealers from
Burlington, are in the city today buying
stock.
Miss Annio Mortimer is visiting the
family sf Mike Morgan at Nortlilield for
a few days.
1. G. Howland is expected to return
from his vacation in Maiden, 111. the
last of this wook.
W. It. Chayer returned yesterday
from Cambridge Junction whero he has
been for tho past week.
L. P. Austin has been assisting W.
II. Gale in moving into his new store
and will remain with him for some timo
yet.
At the meeting of the clerks held last
evening three new members we're initi
ated and a new code of by laws was
adopted.
G. J. llawes paid a visit to the scene
of tho tire at George Clarkes yesterday
and reports that tho ruins are still
smouldering.
The I, O. G. T. holds its regular
meeting this evening at 7 o'clock. Tho
election of ollicers takes place and a full
attendance is desired.
W, E. Whiteomb returned last night
from a business trip to Worcester and
(uincy. He took orders for several
large travelling cranes.
F. 1). Parsons special agent for tho
Williamsburg City Fire Insurance Com
pany is inspecting the companys risks
here accompanied by the local agent, 1).
K. Bisbee.
A carload of oats containing 1500
bushels is being unloaded at Smith,
Whiteomb & Cooks gristmill this morn
ing. This is the largest car they have
ever recesved.
Robert Linham section boss on the
M. & W., accompanied by his wife and
daughter went to Plain licld yesterday
afternoon to attend the funeral of his
brother-in-law.
The executive committee of the
Poultry association met with Chas. Me
Millen Jr., last night and began work
on the copy for the catalogue. It will
take several nights more to complete it.
Olliecr Brown arrested Frank Tague
on the street last night and this morn
ing ho was brought before Justice Scott
charged with iutoxication nd lined .5.
and costs. He did not pay his line and
was scut to the Montpclier jail for 10
days.
Major Joeclyn tho mustering out offi
cer came very near to meeting with
serious injury this morning at Montpc
lier Junction. He was trying to board
the train while it was in motion when
he slipped and narrowly escaped being
dragged under tho wheels.
The handsomo silver cup offered by
John Jones for tho best Minorca cock
and lieu shown at the annual exhibition
of the Granite City Poultry Pigeon and
Pet association in Miles flail, the 27th,
28th and 2!)th of December, can be seen
at the Commercial House lunch room.
About 20 members of Rebckah Lodge J
went to Alont poller last evening to at
tend the 5th anniversary of Ivv Lodtro.
A literary and musical entertainment
was given after which refreshments
were served and the Barre people con
sider that they were very well enter
tained. At the Aldermens rueeliiis: last night
tnere was some laiK or rcpianKinr the
Blackwell Sirecl bridge but of course
iioiiuiig tieunuu was-aone. mere was
also some talk of posting tho bridge
against loads of over ten tous weight
W hetner it will bo doue or not the
future will disclose.
The city officials are going to add
story to the building on tho corner of
Blackwell and North Main St. occupied
by Hose Company No. 2. At present
the Lmililing is only one story high am
the hose cart taking up one corner of
the room makes it rather crowded, for
the firemen, When the Improvements
are completed the ground floor will be
given up to hose and cart, and tho tire
mens parlors wiil ba nn stairs. Wi
tro very glad that the city has taken
these steps for the comfort and aeeom
inoilation of tins useful and efficient
organization. Work has already com
nienced on the building.
A. J. Co be of Boston, representing a
syndicate lias been working in surround
ing towns for the past week or so, buy
ing up tlie stock of the Granite State
Provident Association, lie" reports no
diliiculty in buying claims having se
cured nearly all that is held in tho state
with the exception ot Barre, and ho will
make our city his last stopping place in
the state. 1 he percent ho offers for
the stock may not seem very large but
me snrewti ousincss men holding much
oi me stocK oi this defunct association
have made of their minds that it is all
they can ever realize upon it. A small
percent iu cash is better than a larger
one at tho end of four or live years, es
pecially when there is the liability of
not geiiuig a larger percent at all.
Carlo Frattiui was was brought before
Justice Scott this morning in the case of
state vs intoxicating liquor seized at
Fratiiui's house last Saturday night by
special officer S. K. Perry. The hear
ing was commenced before Justice Scott
this morning, Frattim being in court
and under arrest as the owneror keeper
of the liquor. Tho warrant under which
Frattini was arrested and liouorsiezed o -
tiered him to come into court and show
cause why the liquor should not be for
feited. The court held that he would
not be allowed to ilo so unless ho first
filed a written claim for tho linimr mm
ive security for (he costs. It was
finally decided however to delhv further
proceedings until a jury trial can be
hold. Grand Juror Fav nroseculed nnd
i'poiui ami Frank Maitin annciir for
ine ileleiise.
The voting contest draws to a close.
Just go to (). J. Dodges jewelery store
ami see the prizo watches, then rush in
voles for your favorite clerk.
L W. Hanson, M. D.
SPECIALIST.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
WOOI BLOCK, I1AU11K, VT.
Kxuppt Tnn(!fty nnd Friday afternoons at Law
reiicc! lllui-k, Mnicpciikr. Onturact and othui opora
UjU8. Kli'oiro Miiuut-t for uuinlevH removal of steel,
Uoniprna -etl Air, iS'iniy and Vapor Treatment for
Catarrh, lieafiu-MH, CoIUh, Coin;), Asthma, etc
Palyp is removed, also other Kruwlbn in the none-.
Knlurut d Tonfils, Ademoidx In ehlldii n, imuHlng
mouth breathing, Karauhe and Deafness.
G1uhs;h pruserilied for those who appreciate the
value of accurate lenses for the eyes.
HOl ilS. u to 15; l:su to i:iD, 0:30 to 7:30
except Thursday evenings.
Electrics pas loth olliees every half hour euch
way.
The Telegram's voting con
test for most popular clerk
closes at 10 o'clock p. ni., on
Monday October 131st. Be
sure and send in all of your
votes before the contest closes.
Mrs. N. II. Buriiliam expects to move
to White River Junction about the first
of Novomber.
Mr. Lowell of Newport, N. II. is
visiting his daughter, Mrs. K. A. Drown
for a few days
Sabin Miles, liond waiter at - the
Quiney House in Boston, arrived in tho
city last night for a few days visit at his
homo in South Barre.
Captain Badger received orders today
that Co. K will bo mustered out tomor
row morning instead of in tho afternoon
as was at first planned,.
Mrs. II. (). Wort hen and son Roy re
turned last evening from Newton Cen
ter, Mass. where they have been visit
ing Clarence W or. hen who is in school
there,
WASHINGTON.
Tlie Ladies Aid Society meets tonight
with Mrs. F E. Briggs.
Mr. C. L. Slack whose font was crush
en uuiier a stone at his stone sheil some
tjiuo ago is now able to get about by ah
of crutches.
The Washington Agricultural Associa
tion elected the following Monday night
as officials for the coming year ; A. F.
Newman, Pres.; Arthur Hutchinson,
ice Pres. ; M. W . Chainberlin, Sec.
Geo. Huntington, Treas. ; K. II. Down
ing, C. II. Smith, and B. T. Smith Au
ditors. Fred C. Huntington is in New York
on business this week. Mis. Hunting
ton and sou are visiting in Corinth dur
ing his absence.
Mrs. Crain widow of of the late Rev
11. K. ('rain ut West Berlin is moving
into nppartmeuls at Lyman Pepper's.
STATE NEWS.
The first public library iu Middh bury
was established iu 1793.
T. A. Smith of Randolph sold 00 bar
rels of apples from a small orchard at
83 cents per barrel. He thinks orchards
pay-
Lincoln is one of the towns where the
boys disclose ou the town agent when
they get hot. Tin re are others.
E. I). Blackwell has secured the
power on Sucker brook east of Brandon
and will bring il to that village. The
fall is lloO feet ami it -will I'evelop 1,0(JU
horse power.
.::... Orvi lie A. Briggs of Williams
town, may be partially crippled for life
in one limb, as tlie result of the kick of
a heifer, ller husband win kicked and
killed by a cow a few years asro.
A Woodford man has two sons named
after presidents, viz : Cleveland and
McKinlcy. The latter is not yet old
enough to realize his distinguished
name, and the former, who is now a lad
in his teens, says he hopes hu will never
be as pussy as G rover is!
J. W . Nix it Co. of New York have
bought 1000 barrels of winter apples in
Addison county and 0000 barrels in
Grand Isle for the New York market,
paying from $2.1o to per barrel.
The apple crop is light. Mr. Nix says
it is hardly one-fourth a crop of average
years. Iu Grand Islo county tho crop
is in some orchards larger tiia.i usual.
and
on the whole the usual crop
Alon
the shores of the lake in New
the apple crop is very light,
about a half crop.
I'ork state
iveraging
in a social way, the annual reception
of the Dough'crs of Vermont will bo one
ol tho lincst a flairs of the club season
bays wie jiosion transcript. Ihe new
governor of Vermont, Hon. Edward C
mihui, is a iirothor to thu hrst president
anil present honorary president, Airs
Oliver Croker Stevi ns. All Vcrmont
ers will be intcre-b il to know that he
will be the guest of honor with Mrs.
Smith, who is a young and beautiful
woman. Governor and Mrs. Wolcott
have already accepted and the date fixed
for Dec. 1). ' Other Ne w England gover
nors will be present.
A few words about Rex Calf Shoes,
they are the talk of the town to be found
at the Blue Store Shoe Department. Se
gel it Brady s on Depot Square. Be sure
and read the Advertisement what thev
say nonui it.
NORTH BARRE.
DKAI.UKS I.N
Western and iNative ISeef. Pork. Lamb.
enl anil I'oullry, 1'ure ermont
Lard, Sugar Cured Dried
Beef and Hams.
BURKE & ABBOTT,
Proprietors.
WHEN YOD GO
on a hiisiiHsa o ili-:isiirctrip into the
country, call at .iy stable for your
ti-iiui.
I'AI.V1 1-;iJS driving; into the city
with horses that arc nfrniil of the
clii tries can put them up w it 11 me
uud avoid accidents.
Q. W. BROWN,
Pr.ipr'etir of t'i3 l'lionix House
I'oardhig mi . I Feed Stable.
Livery,
On o
& n vt It i 4r
Sterling: Swea
We have them for Men and Boys, all styles mi;! n,;, ,
them with Plain, Byron, Sailor and Turtle neck collars.
We have a new style Sweater called the Sterling ,
It is very dressy ami warm. Come in and see theni.
FRANK McWHOR
Granite Block, Barre, Vt.
UNDERTAKER and
W. K. WHEATLEY,.
02 No. Main Street,
All Orders will Keceive Mv
Night Calls will be Promptly Atd'tulnl To
Telephone call at Residence 141-0, At office 26-3
Prindle
CTAUT7C DSMflftO nI USUm
Qivim, nmiuDo aim ami
We have tho Magic, Welcome, Household, Gold Coin, Sterling, (ji
Richmond, Crawford, Somersworth, Plymouth and Round D-A
wood and coal.
Stoye Pipe, Stove Board, Elbow and Daopr,
Coal Hods.
Puritan Oil Heaters, Plumbing, Hot Air, Steam and
Hardware, Tinware, House Trimming, Nails, 1
Paint, Oil, and Varnish, Tarred, Tin and Steel
GET OUR LOWEST PRICES.
Prindle
JACK MAN BLOCK.
New Canned Goo
Peaches, Pumpkin, Blueberries, Salmon, Sugar Corn and String
Beans at only 10 cents a can.
ALL KINDS OF DRIED FRUIT FOR PIES.
This Week Only
other Smokers supplies.
We earn a large stock
When you want
PATENT MEDICINES
foreign and domestic remedies.
B. TORflA
Corner North Main and Seminary
TO WHOM IT
CONCEM
From a personal knowledge I can testify that T). D
HALEY, the tailor, is an artist in bis line.
During the past year ha has made three suits of
clothes for me, every one of which has fitted to perteetion.
He possesses the intuitive ait of cutting, and his
many years of experience in this line of work have made of
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, 1808.
HALEY THE TAILOR,
. Artist and Expert in Tailoring,
56 Main Street, - - Montpelier, Vt.
LOST. STRAYED OR STOLE!
A Ited Cocker Spaniel Pup. He has four
white feet and white breast; has a scar on his
neck. Finder will be rewarded hv lcavhiK
him at this ofllce immediately,
FOR SAX.E.
,t FIRST CLASS I)WELLIX(J HOUSE,
(OR. SUMMER AM) 31 Ell -CHAM
ST.
Pine location, good rooms.
spring
Terms
house
water, known as thu Curtis place.
reasonable: chance for another
on lot. Must be sold.
Perry & Lapoint,
( iordon
Block.
Now is the time to put in your coal-
Get your prices of G. .1. Towne, 1,,5
North Main Street. 112
We
J-t in.
'r:t
t-n. I
FUNERAL
-CTOR,
- t L.,
li.irrc
nuout
Personal Attention.
GO TO
& Averlll's,,,
rot:
ilnt Will,-
uibling r
Roofing. & Ave
VT
We will sell all l.mnls of SMoKIMi
TOBACCO in pound cans for ds.
Regular price -!" cents. We have
on hand a large stock of pipes and
of all kinds of Cartrid-
anything in tho Hue of
you i
Om
an save
.toik in.-
money
udivs a
to buy of
1 the 'stand
St.
oariv,
Vt
Montpclier, V
FOR-
$6.25
A good shot ing, breechloading
Gun also lowest prices Tor
Cartridges, Shot and Powder.
H. L. AYERILL.
l'S North Main St
Barre, Vt.
I HAVE MOVED
My Shoe Business into the store
formerly occupied by B. Xomasi at the
corner of North Main and Seminary
Streets. Call and examine mv stock.
JOSEPH 0S50LA.
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P.ARlfl
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