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Telegraphic T We Service Does Not . t Evenin am ARE THE ONLY MEMBERS I COME BY FREIGHT OR BY J MAIL. We Print News while it is News. OF Til" ASSOCIATED PRESS in Barre PRICE ONE CENT VOL.1. MO 174. BARRE, VT., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1898. KEEP YOURSELF INFORMED OF CURRENT EVENTS BY READING THE " EVENING TELEGRAM." Barre ; ;,;;,.;fs'.S5Vl JiiJKSBHS'SS ff&tfffiffi HfiKttftt AT THE ue Store! FOR TWO WEEKS. Rice&Hutchtns MAKERS. j'i If tli n Shoe fits put it on, ;i If iho Price pleases you g f( I'ut on its mate, ft ;Jj l'iiy tlio l'riee aiul walk home 1-hVitli the satisfaction that ;tln' Blue Store's Shoes always gives you vour liiiniieys worth, the Kex ('all .Shoes are not to be Hualcn, they arc water ':'iinf, storm proof, c rack V 1 ,. i : 8f j-nniot ana wear hku ii-uii.ss I'! Try ii i n it- and you i'ilmv no other. The French Amtador Meets Salisbury. will A 1RICE $1.50,1 I $1.75, $2.00 I and $2.50. fi Will out wear two of any I other grades at the same (nricc. rJ ' Note these are special i prices put on the shoes andsf iithev will go fast, if youg i, need a pair of Shoes fiis the time. now at SEGEL & BRADY, AGREEMENT REACHED. Cuban Question Settled. Around The World Wheel. On A New York, Oct, 27 H. Darwin Me Illeralto and wife of Chicago arrived this morning on the Pennlnnd from Southampton. Tbey started ou a wheel ing tour three years ago and have rid den 30,000 miles around the world. Murderer Caught. Boston, Oct. 27. Joseph Harper who stabbed Samuel Williams in a quarrel last night was captured on the railroad traok this morning. Williams is dead. Both parties were colored. Spain Agrees. Paris, Oct. 27, The Spanish govern ment through its peace commissioners has acquiesced in the refusal by the United States to assume the Cuban debt. Scnor llios president of the Spanish commission and his colleagues with faithful insistence have sought another result but have finally agreed that the Cuban article of the protocal shall with out condition have a place in the nit' iraatum of the treaty of peace. Paris, Oct. 27. Spain agrees to re linquish her sovereignity over and her claim to Cuba without terms or condi tions. All the questions as to Porto Rico and she selection of Guam have also been arranged with the Commissioners who now agree to discuss the Philippines next week, Results of the Storm. Chiang, Oct. 27. The lake front from the State line to Evansville has been terribly batterad in spots as the result of the great storm. No lives were lost but great damage was done, probably over $80,000. Lin coln Park suffered most. The high buildings in the city vibrated so that the clocks slopped. Directum Sold. San Francisco, Oct. 27 The famous trotter Directum was sold yostcrday to A. E. Spires of Glens Falls, N. Y. for $30,000 in gold and terms rash. bery, etc., within limits of public high ways was killed. In the Semite. moruiiiir."tKe order of business was as follows: Passed in Concurrence Joint resolu tion eivlnsr J. II. Daniels, member from Middlesex, unseated, mileage end de bentures. Several other billg were au vanced to a third reading. Bills introduced By Senator Sluyton of Washington, commuting the sentence of Isabella Marsh, now under seutence of death; by the same, coramuitng the sentence of Win, C. Buzzell, now under sentence of death. Special order The bacteriological station bill was taken up at 10.30 as a special order, aud on motion of Senator Smith Iho "rules were ' suspended, the bill put upon its third reading and pass cd in concurrence In the Senate, afternoon, only one bill was introduced, by Senator Barnes of Addison, S. 49, ameuding the statute relating to appointment to scholarships ; committee on education. (Allows each senator in the General Assembly to ap point one student to each of the institu tions named in the appointment good for two years from its dale; ap- MDSTEREDODT Co. E Now Re turns to Giti- zenship. The Legislature. ;.;t ONLY BLUE STORE 1 IN BABRE. I Siii, urban Tickets onboth steam roads for sale by us at ull times. ;.,;., Si?.ifiSK8S SiSWtffflSBK 2K83tf ilSSw. Reticent but Smiling. London, Oct. 27. The cabinet conn cil was hold this morning at tbo foreign office. All the members were present The French Ambassador saw Marquis Salisbury Immediately afterwards. The ministers were reticent but smiling. Lo CTS BUYS ANY OF THESE SONGS. liruak the News to Mother, My Coal Black Lady, On the Hanks ot the Y abasn, one was Uied in Old Kentucky, and 100 others call and look lliein over. H. L. AYERILL. Ceremonies Took Place This Morning. East Barre Opera House For one week, commencing Thursdayjct. 27th Tbe ConlcyComedy& Advertising Co Will give a series of Moral and Refined Entertainments SEATS RESERVED FOR LADIES. Admission Free to-Night Government of Hawaii. Boston, Oct. 27 Mail advices from Honolulu indicate w iat is believed to h the form of government for the new territory. It is an opon secret .in the city. The new territory of Hawaii will be organized with a much wider scope than ordinary territorial governments. The legislature will consist of two chambers instead of one. The commission will recommend that the present judicial system be retainod. It is believed that the chief magistracy of the island will rest in a governor ap- oointcd by the president, and not a commission as suggested. mm MEAT MARKET IN' THE CITY. We f.-cd the people and close our market at fi o'clock except Wednesdays :.ml Saturdays. Trading Stamps Given. Call nnd sec ns Dowers & Chesser, :iii7 North Main Street, Bane, Vt. STOVES FOR SALE New and second-hand Heating and looking Stoves for sale cheap. Als: Farmers Boilers, Pipe, etc. Eaves, Trough and Tin Roofing work done at -liort notice. Q. B. DURKEE, North Main Street, arr0' Vt' GROCERIES ! Ministry Question. Paris, Oct. 27 Nothing definite has been done yet regarding the new French Cabinet but the air is full ot ministerial The name of M. Ribot figures promi nently amongst those mentioned. Ribot ,r,tl s favorable to reopening of the Dreyfus case and is a favorite of President Faure. civ Mass. Comes Home. Boston, Oct, 27 .-Tbe transport Mis sissippi was sighted below HU at 9 30 this morning with the sixth Massachu setts Volunteers on board. Cabinet Meeting. Philadelphia, Out. 27-cim Porter said this morning that the 1 -. . .:n i.,a fr Washington at raid- ,3 there would be a meet- nfr of tbe cabinet in the morning. On the Round Up. ,..,.,., MinnToct. 27.-Doputy will start this morn- Warsnan - .,.- iho round ui) ot renege tS4 ' . . ...I...... in hit) and he will be joined oy ol ,cl hunt for Old Bug ami u 1 have all kimls I also have a large stock of Fruit, Confctionery, Tobacco and Cigars Something that will please you in U'e linn of Cotteo. W. H. CONNOR, W5,M'&& vt Dreyfus Again, . ,w 07 -The Court of Cesar- i i lUia Tinnii. T.T";ull but there was no . ."l(Mlion. Mrs. Dreyfus was pres- rTeeasewasreviawedbytere- porler. Ikrf Maitre Eabroy former counsel was present. Zola's Montpelicr, Oct. 27. In the House yesterday morning 21 bills were intro duced the most important ones being by Brown of Willistou amending Sen, 1364 V. S., relating to trustee process. Reduces trustee amount from $10 to $5. By Whitney of Springfield, repealing law which provides that in liquor cases tried before justices fines and costs shall be turned over to the state. Bv Hemcnway of Granville providing for closing of certain streams adapted to cultivation of fish. Commissioners may strck non-boatablo waters by agreement with land owners, at state's expense. Towns may vote what waters they want i waters, $ JO. The act shall not supplant present legislation. By Ranney of Newport (by request), providing for belter su -criutcndmicy of public schools. Towns having an ag gregate of not more ihan 70 or loss than 30 scholars, may, by vote of school di rectors unite for purpose of securing a superintendent of schools. Diiectors of tow us uniting shall constitute a commit tee, one of whose duties shall be to choose a superintendent and fix his sal ary and apportion it according to re spective grand lists of towns. The state shall pay $1,000 toward each su ucrintendent's salary, provided the towns unitedly pay at least $250 more. By Morse of Northfleld, to commute the death sentences of Mrs. Isa- A Marsh and W. C. Buzzell to uu" imnrisonment for life. By Campbell of Albany, to enable tnwns to close their liquor agencies By Williams of Bloomfield, creating nffine of attorney general Differs from previous bill in providing that he shall be elected at biennial slato election and ,ino not reouire him to pass on state attorney's salary certificate. Hv Viall of Randolph, relating to construction of railroad terminals and connections with railroads m this slate. Permits alien roads, having connections with state ronds, to acquire and hold necessary real estate for purpose of such connection. Bills passed by IIon?e. Appropriat in sum for support oi soiaiers Homo ; providing for a board of exam : nonHiilnins for admission to the Him - bar. In the House, afternoon, 16 bills were introduced, the most important being ii 175 hr Mr. Tullev of Dorset, to provide for weekly payment of wages by corporations 11. 178, by Mr. Heminway ot uran- ville, to amend sec. bibb, v .a., reiai in.r to fees of sheriffs. (Allows sheriffs 20 cunts mileage for travel one way and ten cents per mile for each additional prisoner for any penal institution.) II. 180, by Mr. JNorion oi nauBiieiu, in relation to creameries and cheese fac tories and management of same. II, 183, by Mr. Marvin of Alburgh, in reulate tue practice vi tciumiaij surgery aud medicine. (Veterinaries must be graduates of veterinary college nnd hold a license from State Veterinary Mfdical association. The association may accept as equivalent of diploma evidence of at least five years' reputable practice. Fine of $5 to $100.) Mr. MeGearv of Burlington present n.i the petition nf Torroy E, Wales and nthers uraving for municipal suffrage for women ; judiciary committee. slrued as being made for two years from Bnrre on h" their date.) Two were introduced from commit tfpa the nnlv important ouo beinu, S 47, as substitute lor &.KJ, to increase we efficiency of Norwich University; or dered to lie and be priuted. (The bill nrnviiles for appointment of board of visitors. Petition By Senator Hitt from Brat tleboro. Savings banks in Vermont, asking for a modification of the rate of taxaHor now imposedjipon such insti tutions. Asks for sani liberal consid eration given to savings banks in other States. Asks for 2 of 1 percent rate and exemption on faoney loanei on bonds and mortgages fin the state at not over five per cent. i. . Remonstrance By Senator Stayton of Washinsrtou, fronl F. A. Adams and 250 others, against djvjson of the town of Berlin. ' Signed by the governor S. I. relat ing to investments by trusties of public moneys ; S. 2, relating to replevin. J . - I . . !ti-Ttiff ctimnrttteo haviltg T.t thargo th OffifVrtrOrt.-" Ohtrfc? fthjrfoRu erection of a monument for the. 13th Ver- u. Towushoud, U. S. V. Pay master, iimnt rcLrinicnt at (ieltysburg met here clerk A. M. Irving, Captain Snyder, to complete arrangem 'Uts yesterday. 3( Cav. U. S. A. Surgeon, Captain Joe IM ...,;n,,n iv w I'liiirexmitRd bv Col. 117 Tn,.V.nii Assistant Slirreou. TliCSe II. O. Clark, ot Orange, N. J. ; John nve the officers in charge. Poii nl Mnntnelinr : Col. II. W. Tim pnrnmnnies were over at 11:.1U 1.1 V. 1 7 I Allen and J. B. Sjully, of Burlington, .nci (er a few moments chat in the and J. H. Lvon, of Colchester. A dele- aimoiy tho officers left for Montpeiior fr..ti.in finin iliR committee will visit Gettysburg soon. A meeting of the trustees ot me oi diers Home was held at the State House yesterday afternoon, It was voted to cniriiura nf the Mexican and late Spanish-American war eligible for nd Eighty of the bravo boys who left 6th day of May to take their part in tbe groat strugglo that was then agitating the whole world were to-day mustered out of the great army of Uncle Sam, and by tho signing of their names to the pay roll and receiv ing their papers of discharge they were given their freedom and sent back to the walks of private life. Six of those who were mustered in were absent from tho roll-call, two of them having pitched their tents beyond the sileul river of death, these are cor poral Harry B. Lamsou and Private William R. Dunham; tho other four were unable to bo presant on account of sickness, they were W. II. Pitkin, F. O. Ives, J. Herbert Fish and Peter Booth. Pitkin will be mustered out with the Rutland Co. and separate arrangements will be made for Ives, Booth and tish. There were 77 men and three officers, and the amount of money turned over to them was $7,626. TVldinr S. V. Jocelvn was tho chief mustering offieer, Captain II. W. Hovey, i 25th Inf. U. S. A., Assistant Mustering 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. JT. GTTTXiXR'S Livery and Feed Stable, In rear of City Hotel. where they are this afternoon. mustering out Co. II For coughs and colds use Kendriek's Whim Pine Balsam and Tar. No cure. no pay. THE PRINCIPAL DIFFERENCE between good and bad clothing lies in the quality of tho cloth . Poor cloth can be cut well and made up well but it won't wear well nor will the garments i.i retain inuir snape. Our Clothing is good from cloth to linidg. The material is the product of first-class woolen mills and the cutt ins ane! making is done by experts. ve guarantee to nt you periecny irom any of the following lots. Standard Clothing Co., 174 flain St., Barre, Vt. PLUMBING I We have two journeyman plumbers and are prepared Plumbing and Heating. to do first class WE PUT IN THE BEST OF HATERIAL AND ALL WORK OUAR. ANTEED SATISFACTORY. We have a first class Furnace man and can put in the best Hot Air Furnace that is made ; mis UJLJiJW WOOD (also Hot Air and Hot Water Combination.) G. 1 bakke, REYNOLDS & SON, HARDWARE, VERMONT rv 13 no OUR 10 CENT LINE OF mission to the home. Club News. n-. Tpii:nir line tWidt'ri to print J 1113 ifcl.I.uiin " - i under this head all notices of club meet tna nm tnnis ot interest to any vim ous clubs iu our cuy. i" w"6 nt all cnnli itnms toarelhcr will stive tlirmifrh three or four columns of locaf news, and we hope the members of tbe different clubs win appreciate uffnrta iii tlieir behalf cnoush to instruct their several secretaries to hand ..ii .;, nf nifiptiiur etc in at our nffli.fi. We are hero to accommodate the people and ask for their co-operation Tii. r.irls Club held a social with Mi i ,t...i Xichols at 32 Brook St. last .ra.iniT About thirty were presen and a program of recitations nnd mu in was carried out. lieiresmuoiiiu ho served during the evening. Tim Kirk Penrose Club will meet witn Mrs. Higman 93 Summer St. tonight t 7 nvlnnk . Members please take notice as important business will be transact cd. k imnroin sain of Odd Underwear at P..r.k MnWhnrtnrV Call in aud see them. PICKLES, JELL! ? PRESERVES, A irood chance to not underwear cheap if your size is on our bargain counter. . . r I. . f .111, ......... Come tu and see. rraiiK men num-i. Thirtv-fivo cents will bo refunded to any person using a bottle of Kendriek's. White Pine Balsam ana iar wuo uiu not satisfied. THE POPULAR CONTEST. UANK LIST. Tnm. Mcintosh. F. t. Lit.Ul Minnie Duimmore Mrs. L. Westcott, Siegmond Lwin, B. I. Staples, C. II. Caiiipbeil Homer Fitts Comb. Cash Store Gilley & Abbott NOT GUILTY, Tim nnsn nf the State vs Carlo Frat- tini for keeping with intent to sell, fur nish, or give away, was iriuti yoHiiujr ..n..nnnr. Wnrn u iuiv composed of XV. I). Glidden. J. V. Dil in T. A Av'nrill. E. F. Smith, and I. O. Wales ; Justice 11. W. Scott presid- 'I'l.o nmii't .nllvellP.lt tit P. 111. ailtl ofmrtim ureliininitries Grand Juror Fay ". .. ... .u. put the state s witnesses ou mu smuu. None of them gave any very damaging evidence against ivir. r rauiui, uraciw. Special officer S. E; Perry who made the raid at r r aitiui s . uuusu OTimunj uight testified to finding part of a barrel ofale there, but no evidence was intro duced showing sales, or intent to sell. Thedcfenso put several witnesses on the stand, among mem ueing -iiici ui Police Howland. Tho testimony as a whole showed that Frattini's place was orderly, respcciauie. ami nit rigin. The order of arguments was Fay, i ..nini Vrmik Martin and Fav. Justice Scott chargetl the jury briefly and thoy c- . . i i i n on retired to consider mo evidence at a.o last evening. They returnerl at 10.5 and through Foreman J. W. Dillon gave a v..r.l ct Of "iNOt eUlltV." il'B Ctlllll Gertrude Leouard, Boston Harj; Store Ben. Gilley, Eastman Bros. C. S. AVallace, W. H. Gale. Mike Harrington, V. 1). tadd Jack Morse, Levin Bros. A. C. Moore, Globe Clothing Store Frank Chamherlin, Blue Store George Bates, L. A. Averill Mvrtie Witlker, l'erley Chnmller Arthur Camp'jell, lleyiiolds X. Son O. Marrlon, Anton Becker Genie Mills, Gilley & Abbott C. C. Griswold, Boston Burg More Herman Campbell, ('. II. Cnmphell Frank Wheaton, JI. JMeHowan Maud Bensmore, C. II. Campbell Will. Dawson, M. Marron Saruh Lowe, Mrs. J. M. Bond John Wallace, IteynnMs & Son Frank Small . I Wood This is not a political election so can vote early and ofteu. 1S14 1744 1H77 lft2 U!)2 1125 (ISO 421 315 278 216 152 145 129 118 120 107 103 215 78 73 (it .TO 5 n;i you IN CLASS. PICKLES. Mixed, Gherkins, Sweet, Chow Chow, Onions, Ketchup. BE JEiLiLiIESn Apple, Raspberry. Currant, Grape. thi.ii ilii.'liare'eil tiie prisoner and order rut'-ul i n II. 83, relating to removal of shrub- ed the ale returned to mm. s OR POOL? If so, Invite your friends into W. T, CAMPBELLS POOL ROOM For a Fiit'mUv (none uikI inske TIIEM. pay for it-if ) i;t.u. ViO KOHTH JIAIX ST. PRESERVES. Peach, Apricot, Cherry, Plum, Blackberry, Raspberry. M 'NE Cash Grocers and Marketmen. Cuhkier's Block.