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City Business Directory
WiLLIAM A. BOVC15.
Attorney at Law
KDWAKD W. BLSBEK,
Oer National Bank,
"A 3ELPIN0 BAND."
Is Gladly Extended By a Barre
pd . . OorauD Hollitaer Jaituson
UOKDON k JACKSON,
jHAED A. HOAR,
FRANK J. MARTIN,
Attorney at Law,
ood Bull ling,
Attorney at Law,
C. H. KENT,
Main St., Barre, Vt,
F. M. LYNDk,
OurrierQBlock, . Ban
Residence at Office.
DR. V. C. GOODRICH,
PHYSICIAN 'AND SURGEON,
Hours: 8 to KfA. M. 1
9 P. M.
to 3 .and 7 to
C. E. DICKERMAN,
Office Downlngs Livery Stable, Barre.
J. W. MERROW, M. D.
Specialist in Chronic Diseases
Office 3 South Main St.
Hours: 10 to 12 a.m., 2:30 to 4 and
:30 to 8 p. m. Mondays, Wednes
days and Saturdays. Telephone 106-11
There are many enthusiastic citizens
iu Barre prepared to tell tbeir txperl
enco lor the public good. Testimony
frum such a source 1.- the best or evi
dence and will prove a "helping hand"
to scores of readers Read the fol
Mr. C. A. Churchill, 40 M rchant
street, the well known builder and
cojtractor says: ''For two years I suf
fered a great deal from a steady pain
across my back, I could not keep
still but a short time when it be
cime' almost unbearable. In the
morning when I got up I felt lame
and sore and had to make quite an
effort to dress myself. 1 ducoored a
good deal and used a great many med
icines but without receiving much
benefit until Doan's Kidney Pi lis were
so persistently recommended to me by
a friend that I got a box at E. A.
Drown & Co. 's., No. 48 North Main
St., Barre, Vt. I must confess that I
bad little confidence in them, but I was
relieved. I took five or six boxes all
told. My back was stronger and bet
ter than it was for a long time
Doan's Kidney Pills are the best med
icine I ever used and I am glad to tes
tify to tbeir merits."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
N. Y., sole agents for the United
States. Remember the name Doan'g
and take no substitute.
Th lost AtlantU.
. "The Lost Atlantis" ia a favorite ob
ject of long aid story, and even now
claim to have teen a great white city
rearing Its domei and minarets up
through the green of the sea. Atlantis
was a continental Island between Eu
rope and America. Solon, as long ago
as 600 B. O., learned the story in Egypt,
Man Entlnar Wild Men.
In the celebrated "Travalles" of Ed
ward Webb (1.7.10) are dozens qf stories
that would make Munchausen turn
green with envy. One of the most cele
brated of these is Ills story of the wild
men of Prester John, which is as fol
laws: "In the court of Prester Iohn there is
a wllue ninn anu nnomer in iue iuku
and it is from him and later from Pla-1 Btreet of Con8tnntimplo whose allow
At the Wronr Shop.
Patient The trouble with me Is thii
I can't sleep. Yet I am always as huu
gry as a wolf and work like a horse.
Doctor lou had better consult
veterinary. New York Times.
A Sure Thing.
"I wonder if lie knows my sister has
"II us he proposed?"
"He does." New York Herald.
Dyspepsia bane of huu an exist
ence. Burdock Blood Bitters c ires it
promptly, permanently. Regulates
and tones the stomach.
Gets the' Benefit.
"Dey ain't no two ways erbout it,
llistali Jackson, suld Charcoal Eph u.-
ue passeu tiie sirup, we n or woman
ninuiies er man fo' bettah or fo' worse
she mouty soon tin' out she gettiu' liv
benefit ob de alternative." Baltimore
Or. LEWISJD. MARTIN
Boom 85 Miles Building. Barrs. Vsrosta
FFIC'E HOURS 9 to 12 a m. 130 to 4pm
Monday Tuesday Thursday and Friday
Welenhone L'nnnectixn tifficnanrl Hpairtf.pi
i.. W ."HAN SON. M. D
WOOD BLOCK, BAR1E. V'..
Eye. Ear. Nose and throat.
fit KQE Bv Oculist Examination,
QLAOOLO the only methods thai
prevent misflts. Hours 3 to 12, 1 :3C
kc 4:30, 6:30 to 7:30. Tuesday p. m
st Montpelier. Tuesday evening clos
ed. Sundays 1:15 tc 1:4 K Residence
No. 9 Camp St.
.MISS ELLA M. NORTON,
Under the auspices of the Barre
Divic Federation of Women's Clubs-
Residence, 14 Sourh Main St. Tele
MISS H. A. HARRINGTON,
BARRE EMERGENCY HOSPITAL.
W. F. Gilman, M. D., Supt.
Patients taken at nominal rates. Given
uption of attending physician. Atten
ding Physicians: May and June, Dr.
J. Henry Jackson and Dr. W. E. La
eelle; July and August, Dr. V. D.
Held Dr. J. S. Deziel, and Dr. Molin
lli; September and October, Dr. C.
F. Camp, Dr. F. C. Ligourl, Dr. V.
C S. CURRIER,
Sivil Engineer and Contractor,
Office 202 North Main Street.
According a somewhat cynical old
proverb, the meed of nightly sleep, Just
ly due to average buuiuu being should
thus be distributed: "Six hours to
man, seven to a woman and eight to n
READY TO YIELD.
"I used DeVViit's Witch Hazel
Salve for piles and found it a certain
cure," says 8. R M-jredlth, Willow
Grove, Del. Operations unnecessary
to cure piles They always yield to
Dewitt's Witch ua.ei salve. Cures
skin diseases, all kinds of wounds.
Accept no counterfeits. E. A. Drown
Hardly an Encore.
A quartet was giving a concert before
the patients of un insane hospital and
was singing a number to n rather
mournful cadence and a subdued re
frain. The audience, with the best of
good humor, such as invariably charac
terizes the audiences at this particular
hospital, heard it to the bitter end, and
when its last note had died away an
old lady with a virtuous and dignified
air of reconciliation on her face popped
suddenly up. out of the audience and,
turning toward the stage, said reverent
ly, "O Lord, forgive them, for they
know not what they do'"
LEADS THEM ALL
"One Minute Cough Cure beats all
other medicines I ever tried for coughs
colds, croup and throat and lung
troubles," says D. Scott Currin of
Loganton, Pa. One Minute Cough
Cure is the only absolutely safe cough
remedy which acts immediately.
Motoers everywhere testify to the
good it has done their little ones,
Croup is so sudden in its attacks that
the doctor often arrives too Ute It
yields at once to One Minute Cough
Cure. Pleasant to take. Children
like it. Sure cure for grip, bronchitis,
coughs. E. A. Drown & Co.
A New Stock of Cigars
The Arcade, one of the bee
cigars in the city for 5 cents.
Also a new brand, the
Iloi th Star, an excellent 1
Call and look over ou:
Light Lunches at all hours
BROWN & MURPHY
FRANK BROWN ROB MURPHY ;
If you suffer from rheumatism, buy
little dowers of sulphur and sprinkle
It well Into the feet of a pair of stock
ings, which you must wear at night.
The sulphur is quickly absorbed into
the system through the feet, and, as
every one knows, sulphur is the reme
dy for rheumatism.
A SEAL FRIEND,
'I suffered from dyspepsia and in
digestion tor fifteen ycais,"saysW
T. Sturdevant of Merry Oaks, N . C.
"After 1 had tried many doctors and
Medicines to no avail one of my friends
per.su ded me to try Kodol. It gave
immediate relief. 1 can eat almost
anything I want now and my digestion
is good. I cheerfully recommend
Kodol." Don't try to cure stomach
trouble by dieting. That only fur
ther weakens the system. You need
wholesome, strenjthening food. Ko
dol enables you to assimilate what you
eat by digesting it without the stom
ach's aid. E. A. Drown & Cc,
to that the tale has been banded down
to modern peoples.
Atlantis was reigned over by three
kings of marvelous power, and the in
habitants were a warlike people far
advanced in civilization. The three
kings Anally became so 'puffed with
power that they united forces and
planned a descent on Europe, the pur
pose of which was to destroy and en
slave. The Athenians met the Invaders
end after a fearful battle gained a de
cisive victory. Two days later mighty
earthquakes shook the earth, and tre
mendous inundations came. When
peace succeeded elemental turmoil, the
sea stretched where once had been At
Gotham, New York's alias, was orig
inally applied to the Manhattan town
In derision, doubtless because of some
foolishness on the part of its people.
"The Merry Tales of the Mad Men of
Gotham" was a collection of satirical
tales written In the fifteenth century
by one Andrew Borde, a Carthusian
monk. Gotham was a village near Not
tingham, and the fame of the "Wise
Men of Gotham" soon traveled the
world over. Doubtless Henry VIII. im
agined that ISorde was taking a sly
fling at him. for he Imprisoned the bap
less writer in the Tower, where only
death released him.
ance is every day a quarter of raw
mutton, and when any man dyeth for
some notorious offence then they are
allowed every day a quarter of man's
flesh. These wilde men are chained
fast to a post every day, the one In
Trester Iohn's courtd, the other in the
high street of Constantinople, each of
them having a mantell about their
shoulders, and all over their bodyes
they have wonderful long halre. They
are chained by the neck lest they
speedily devour all that cometh within
Specifications for Sidewalk Curbing
Is it a burn? Use Dr Thomas'
E ectrlc Oil At your druggist.
Japanese Cats and Dobs.
Japanese cats have the shortest kinds
of tails or else none at all. One of
these cats, on being taken to a Euro
pean town, refused companionship
with the long tailed cats there; but,
finding a cat whose tall had been cut
off by accident, the two became friend
ly at once.
Japanese dogs are almost destitute
of noses, having the nostrils set di
rectly in the head. The smaller the
nose the more valuable the breed.
Everybody's liable to itching piles.
Rich and poor, old and young terrible
the torture they suffer Only one
sure cure! Doan's Ointment. Abso
lutely tare; can't fail.
i-oin1 of Difference.
A young heiress with a penchant for
farming was explaining at length the
many difficulties she encountered in
pursuing her fad. "I really am a fann
er," she protested, and then added re
gretfully, "although it must be confess
ed that almost all I plant 1 lose."
"Therein differing from ine," courte
ously rejoined her table companion, a
rising young physician, "for I find in
my case that all 1 lose I plant."
All sidewalk curbing set by the City
must be of Granite 18 inches deep 6
inches thick and broken to a line, all
ends squared down and drilled for
No curbing shall be less than six
feet long; and not more than one
fourth In length of any order for curb
ing shall be in lengbts from 6 to 10
feet and three fourths must be in 10
foot lengths or loneer.
The Street Commissioners will receive
sealed aids for what curbing the City
will need for the present year. Curb
ing to be according to tbe above spec
ifications and to be delivered where it
is to be set as directed by the Com
missioners. All bids must be directed to the
Street CommissiDners and be in said
Commissioners possession on or before
7 o'clock p. m., June 11th, 1902, at
which time they will be opened. The
Commissioners reserve the right to re
ject any or all bids.
Dated at Birre, Vt., this 3rd day of
R. S. Curbieb,
H. M. Houston,
John J. Mackenzie
Street Commissioners in and for the
Cit of Barre. 46-51
TWO CAKES FOR 5c AT
L. J. MEAD'S
Fresh Roasted Pranuts 5c qt.
JOHN C. DODGE,
HOUSE PAINTER and
182 S. Main St. PAPEIl HANGER
( have a. team and make a specialty of
worK in surrounamg towns. I carry
a .ine or i'ai'kk samples. Or
1ers by mail promptly attended to
All work guarantee I. Tel. 1?? .i
Residents of tbis village and the
surrounding country who are now de
pending on a weekly paper, which
costs 11.50 a year, for their local,
state and general news should stop
and think a bit The Barre Telk
orah, an eight-page paper which
prints more news each day than a
weekly does once in seven days, will
cost them only $1 .50 a year. Six-fold
value for the same money. Think it
over and tell your neighbors about it.
Three spectres that threaten baby's
ife. Cholera infantum, dysentery,
dlarrhrra. Dr. Fowler's Extract of
Wild Strawberiy never fails to con
Marrinee liliiu tn Denmark.
The maidens of Denmark never re
ceive a diamond engagement ring. They
are always presented with a plain gold
band, which is worn on the third finger
of the left hand. On the wedding day
the bridegroom changes the ring to the
right third linger, which U the mar
riage finger in that country.
Spring f3ver Is another name for
billiousness. It is more serious than
most people think. A torpid liver
and inactive bowels mean a poisoned
system. If neglected, serious illn ss
may follow such symptoms. DeWitt's
Little Early Risers rtmove all danger
stimulating tbe liver, opening tbe
wels and cleansing tbe svste u of
impurities Sale pills. Never gripe
I have taken DeWitt's Little Earlv
Risert for torpid liver every snrine for
years," write K M Everly, Moulds-
vllle, . a. ' They do me more trood
than anything I have Jever tried." E.
a. urown & uo.
Whereas, a petition signed bv more
than thirty legal voters of the city of
Barre, has been presented to the
Mayor, praying that a special meet
ing of the legal voters be called, to be
held in the city hall in June, 1902. to
act upon the articles therein specified.
Therefore, the legal voters of the
city of Barre, in the County of Wash
ington and State of Vermont, are
hereby notified and warned to meet In
the City Hall or. Thursday, Junel2tb,
1902, at 7.30 o'clock p. m, to consider
the following business:
First: To elect a Moderator to to r-
em tbe said meeting.
Second: To consider the action of
the City Council in rescinding a reso
lution previously made requiring the
use of union stone by the city.
Third: To see if said meet ne of
the legal voters of the City of na- '
will vote to recommend that the Citv
council purchase and use only stone
produced by union labor.
Fourth: To do any other proper
Dated at the Citv of Barre. this 3lst
day of May, A. D., 190S.
Charlks W. Mblchbk,
BARKE and vicinity 1ns
had a surfeit of cheap pian-
ps. l ncrc are m rJarre some
people who desire and can
really appreciate a first-
To those we say
xtok this list over
ind write to
11. P. DONOVAN'
He will give you
prices and terms
n hlfrh grades.
You wi i tind no
3heap Johns or
rhump Boxes in
-his list of Pianos.
READ THI8 LIST OVER AGAIN-
LOOK AT THE YELLOW LABEL
If your subscription to the Tele
okam win expire mis montu renew
at once or you will nave to pay $2
year. l.50ayearis the price fur
subscriptions sent by mail when paid
in advance. This is the only dally
paper you can get at the price of a
weekly. Send in j oar renewal today
The Barre Newspaper Co.
tf Barre, Vt.
25 First-Glass Workmen
AT ONCE !
Apply in person or by letter
MASTER BUILDERS A'SSN
S. D. ALLEN, President.
F. L. PAGE, Secretary.
Montpelier & Wells Riv
er R. R. Time Table
Corrected to Dec. 9, 1901, Tra ns
leave Barre as follows, going east:
7.30 A. M. Connects at Wells River
with Accomodation train nrth anc
south cer PassuinDsIc Divi-ion B & M
R. R. Conneota at Wells River with ac-
commoda ion Train North, an 1 with Miil
Train South over Passumpsic Division
Boston A Maine R. R.
Also connects with Accomodation
Train North, via. White Mountain Divls
ion, and with Mail train South, which
has througn train service from Wells
River to Boston, via. Plymouth. Concord
Manchester, Nashua andLowell, trrivlng
Boston at 4.30 P. M.
12.45 P. M. Connects at Weill liver
with Expnss and Mail 1'rain North over
Passumslc Division B. A M. R. K. Soo
Line ED"ess to St Paul and Minneano
lis. Western Express to Chicago anl
Night Express for Pacific Coast points,
viae, r ay. rnrougn Sleeping tars,
Wells River to St. Paul, Montreal to
Chicago, dailv exceDt Saturdays. Mont
real to Pacific Coast and Tourist Cars to
Pacific Coast Wednesdays. Connects
with Mail Train for Lisbon. Littleton
Whitefltld, Fabyans, Lancaster, Groveton
and Berlin. Also connects with Express
Train for Boston, via. Plymouth, arriving
Boston 8.00 V. M. Through Parlor (Jar
Wells River to Boston.
.3.15 P. M. ConnectB at Wells River
with Exnrfiss Train North over R. k M
R. R. for St. Johosbtirv and Lvndonvllle,
Connects at Wells River with Train North
over PassuniDsic Division B. & M. R. R
for all stations between Weils River and
Lvndonvllle, with Accomodation South
for all stations between Wells River and
White River Junction, and with Accom
oration Tnin over White Mountain Di
vision B. & M. R. R. to Lisbon, Littleton
Waitefleld and Lancaster.
Leavt) Boston 10.00 A. M.
Arrive Barre, 5.(0 P. M.
Trains leave Weils River at 7.oo, io.Cfl
A. M.. 3 4" P. M
Arrive B irrs, 10.0.1, 11.55 A. M. 5..50 P. M
Suburban Train Service.
Leave Montpelier 6.30. 9.45, 11.40 A, M
2.40. 3.60 H 15 P. M.
Arrive Barre 6.50, 10.05, 11.50 A. M.,
3.00, 4.05, 5 30 P. M.
Leave Barre 7.30. 10.20 A. M , 12.4.5
188.8.131.52. 5.35 P. M.
Arrive Montpelier 7.43. 10.36 A. M., 1 00,
3.30, 4 30, 5.50 P. M.
W. A. STOWELL, General Manage
F. W. STANYAN, Superintenden
F. W, MORSE. Gen '1 Pass. Aewi
On and after Monday Dec. 0th. 1001,
Accommodation Train No. 7 for W
River, will make no connection at ent-
ral Vermont Station, Montpelier, but
will leave from M. A W. B R. R. Station
at 4.10 P. M.
The place to buy Plows, Disc liar
fows spring tootn narrows, Acme
i i r Eclipse, King of the Corn
i. i.i aud Eureka Corn Planters, Key
stone Weeders, Horse Rakes and Ted
ders. Mowing Machines, Potatoes, in
fact anything In tbe line r f Agricul
tural Implement and Fertilizers is at
Timing BrQScASH WOOD DEALERS
tl Summer Street, and
177 North Seminary St., Barre, Vt.
Central Vermont Rv
Corrected tc Mar. 2, 1902.
Trains leave Barre daily j exoet
Sunday, as follows
8.35 A. M. Mail for Boston via -;I.owel
or Fitchburg; New York via Springfield
and all New England points. Parlor Car
to Boston via Lowell.
12 01 P. M Fast Express for Boston
via Lowell; . New York via Springfield
and via New London. Buffet parlor car
5 30 P. M. Local Passenger for North
Held, Randolph, 'and White River Junc
12.01 A. M. Night Express daily, in
cluding Sundays for Boston via Lowell
or Fitchburgh and Springfield. Pull
man sleeping ;ars to Boston via Lowell
and to Springfield
8.35 A. M Passenger for Burlington,
8t. Albans, Montreal and Riehford. Con
nects at Essex Junction with Express for
all points on Rutland Railroad.
3.05 P. M Mail for Burlington, Rut
land, Cambridge Junction, St. Albans,
Montreal and Rouces Point. Parlor car
5.30 P. M. Express for Burhneton
St. Albans. Montreal and Chicago. Pull
man sleeping car, Montpelier Junction to
Chicago without change. Due Chicago
8.45 P. M. next day.
Trains to Montpelier. Leave Barre 8.36
A. M., 12.01, 3.0.5, 5.30 P. M., 12.01 A. M.
Trains to Barre. Lave Montoelier,
3 10, 9 20 A I , 12 55 , 3 50 and 6 20 P.M
ieave Barre 1 20, 4 30 PtM Dje Wil
Hamstown, 155, 520 P M
Leave Williamstown 7 30 A M , 2 30 P
M Due Barre, 8 05 A M , 3 00 P M
E H. FITZHCJGM, S. W. OfJMMING
Tloe Pies. A Qen Mgr Gen Pass Agt
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W. J. HYLAND.
tmi ot temrr.ereliik
The place to nuy W,.jd of illti
Seventy cars uf Chair Wool
One thousand run Mixed S 'lu
One thousand run best Bbctlt,1
wiuj two nor-es,ci'Jc per hour ir
men oc per tour.
L. J, BOLSTER
283 No. fclain St .Bam
Telephone Gail 153,
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paper at. t -icos. 1.1
should sec ths. m e (Jerk
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Embossed P.iper l s:!iinh' (m i)
and 2 IK' a de.ibU- r-siiat tiie
Combination Cash Store I
TELEPHONE 2 18-4
21;i No. Miin St. SUrre. ;
Oysters i'.n;i Clams
io ail styles
Will Roy's Luncli i
The TELEGRAM Is the paper tl
lace Tour want, tor sale or to ran
tdvertteement in, aa you get qulq
It's Up tc You
to tret vocr tin iP"'
and iron roof reiniN tet
spring rains My sanding!
int U ;!., lit".-,! vet. i
tin roofs v)ld.-r.'d Were P"r
New and Second Hand M
B. G. Durkee
360 I Main St. Bm i
always at hand t'i' w-rk in
Stone Culier's GW
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