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VOL. V NO. 222 barre, vt., Wednesday; December 3i, 1902. - ; ! PRICE ONE CUNT, HE RICHEST United States Treasury Has Four Times Gold of Great Britain Washington Dec. 31. Tbe United States treasury will start the New yen with more gold in its vaults than this or any other goverament e?er held t any time be fore. There is in the treasury building at Wash ington and in various sub treasuries throughout the country six hundred PANIC AT BULL FIGHT Many Killed And Injured Turning Out Lights Madrid D3C.31.-A panic with fatal consequences occured at a bull fight m the equestrian Circus today. The spectators became enraged at one of the matadors who was unable to kill the bull and threatened to destroy the circus. The manager released . ...v. K.iiio &nrt turned out the Li 1 ukmi HAY RAISE The Powers Willing To Sacrifice For Preserving Peace London, Dec. 31. -The Bnttojft eign office owing to fevdopBents Id Morocco is most a"10"8 ana self of trie Veneiuela difficu Hy ana will urge upon Germany the jwcept smce of arbitration unhampered oy ZtiZr hat would postpone a final arrangement of the controversy. gland is desirous of b tag fweK om ether compUcations if the Morocco n sue should become dangerow i"' many also has trade b"r tbat direction. Mis 2 fore that both England and WJg will Vcgln the ta and Ameri- frame towara aw" tpd tnat cans. It is confidently expected tna the demand of Veneze - -blockade shall be discontinued pena GILL LODGE LEADS THE WOODMEN ... -.incr contest is The Txiw" owing to an interesting jftSnts the fact that one of U takes a big J"P; ' S and iV Ica 5160 more than yesterday an 5?" J 2Stf a surprise the latter part of the week. The standing too Eagt Barre GUI Lodge I. O. O. " 37o0 'Modern Woodmen, Grantevi,le 1800 . Wla pr v c of tbe wine : g'natea and "f"" chamber of -at the banquet of tW c gta? Many mice or unprewion waj Mrsone are under nothing of waiter, get It. get the the kind, becaS Vut had 1 chance. Before tbe last 1 the Waldorf -Astoria, ent,ny ao- imtendent orr - - -thet k onused wines to - ar, 'Not rted. "Wane"' - M-at af tt pvo trap of w p"" NATION THE WORLD and fifteen million three hundred and nineteen thousand three hundred and sixty seven dollars in gold, These holdings are four times as much as tbe present holdings of the bank of England, one and half times as much as the Imperial German Bank and nearly twice as much as the imperial bank of Russia poeseses. By lights, rhe bulls bellowing furiously stampeded through the circus. The spectators became panic stricken and in the effort to escape trampled over each othei . Finally the police order ed the lights relit. Three persons were killed and fifty two injured. The manager was arrested BLOCKADE ing arbitration shall be complied with. n . 01 T3na4 riant. Washington, uec. cn has acreea w " j-"- demands of .lb. foreign power. , e ZS w?s rwa"rdea to Tbe department .rr-7;;;v - '"SSreement of Castro is taken SrSved by the department. KING OF SAXONY IS DYING . - tw. 31. Tbe Tageblatt Vmi George of Saxony is dying says nSV; prtneess Louise .rown ana iug"'" nneen at at nj hour. may uou - 7- aible, 'neM"ncSgng, basingtrem tbe divoroe proceeomgue, j.u - ' on oivil law. ' 0IT" t'Z: -ill ignore Catholic ec- clesrtlcalprohlb.onB Theoouin -7 rilvnree .-n-Weredat the City , . . r T.. sowies u " ' ' ' - . n Holm J"- ' ,. j. Wlg, In0fisanw-B aahua, anflial at the There will ne -lindl- eTe SBregational cn- fi( "."I . under tne "hT Jf ui. p. 8.0. 1- w' h. nreaent. church andooP--- wU1 mMt Tnedii barUng Ubw1 with Mri. Jf ?,o D m. Mttln. f xtnaibar at tbto ettia;- RESPONSIBILITY OF ONTARIO DISASTER Wyoming, Oct., Dec. 81 The cor oner's jury which has been investigat ing the wreck at Wanstead last Fri day night in which 28 lives were lost) brought in a verdict shortly before midnight last night. Tbe verdict Is as follows: . ; "We find that Arthur W. RickeMs was killed in tbe collisio t at Waneteed on the evening of Friday, Dec ,,,36, 1902. That said collision was caused by wrong orders being given No. '5 at Watford. Responsibility for the Is suance of wrong orders, we are not agreed upon, as between Operator Carson and Despatcber Kerr. TMat after No. 6 had left Watford by tbe issuance of wrong orders we consider that ( the accident could have been averted by the operator at Wyoming or Ring's Court Junction, bad the mil wftv mimnanv had more einnriariA- ed operators at these points (one being triune the Hps.natf.hpr havinf had ample time to do it, endeavored to get . . . . 1 j . 1 tue opposing trains Btuppeu. THE NEW COURT OF CLAIMS Mnnr.riP.lier. Dec.31 .State Audit s Horace F. Graham was at his office it tbe State nouse on jl aeaaaj, ue -uwr-ins; oomnietelv recovered from his lie- cent serious illness. The new couit of claims estaoiisnea Dy me wn uo$ n. lature will meet for the first time fx the auditor's office at the State Hoof ft Tuesday, Jan.;e. m State Auditor uranam is cnairmn. and the other members of the oo. are the Hon. Frank Flumley of North- field and Frank C. Williams of JNew nort. State's Attorney F. A. Bailey of Washington county will represent tbe State at all bearings before the court when his presence is required. WAHIANI-CLABK. Company K Boy Weds A Barre Young Lady. A quiet wedding took place this af ternoon at 2.30 at the home 01 Mr. and Mrs. Allan Clartc on weDSter Ave when their daughter Miss Lizzie Clark was united in marriage to Atlo ... m II M : -1 11 F. Marianl, tne ivev x. .wiwjucu performing the ceremony. aivwrt, Marianl. a brother of the arnnm was best man and Miss Annie . . . . . . j maid. The ycung couple leave this a short wedding trio aftr which thev will return to reside in t.hfa nitv: Ti, ornnm is a well known member nt rv V, anrl IK a stonecutter in the employ of Carroll Bros. WALTON 8 VERMONT REGI8TER. Business and Professional Han's Handbook Ready for 1903 ur.KWa Vermont Register which has come to be an indispensable band- book for OUSiness ana proieso uuoi has aDDearea ror xne Knnlr nPTRT Bfl COmDletB 88 tblS onH we note that it has been ia creasea oy uumuci .rMtr Dart of which represents ad- . 1 - V. n V a nfllTOO ihp 5 Mn,M an that the Directorv is UQU mwww, ' . neariv oomnlete as sucn a dook is ever likely to be. ' Th ratlendar naeres for dailv meiu oranda, list of United States nd State officials, officers or various osase hbb .latiana and Rucletiee and all other information about Vermont which has made Waiun'atjegiaier bbcu unuuj hnnk of reference for so many years -in ho found hrontrhi fullv un to V. . . " D At, Tha nrine remains at 26 cents and k. tmnk mav be nrocured of local nr will he sent noat naid on re eeipt of pnae, oy me numn lussaua Co., unrungton, n. SEVENTH DAY PRINTING HOU8E. Battle Creek, Mich., Dee. 81. The D..i nH nraid. the laivest nrlnt- Ine bouse in Miohlgan and the largest Seventh. Day Adventist Printing BOOte IB toe worm was nurnaa -i.ht T.naa oter half a million- Ideven peraona are miaaing but no ae- toal lataubMa areaawwa. For One Week Only A Dull Realizing the fact that this week in the holidays is as dijll as the preceeding weeks were busy, we have inaugurated a Dull Week Sale. We haVe taken from our stotik many regulai goods, and marked them at ui usually low piioes-priees that if you take advantage of them, mean a real saving. Prices calculated to make shopping at this store lively the coming week and do our customers some good. The sale be gins and ends as indicated in the upper right hand cornor bf this ad. . . , DRESS GOODS 1 pa grey camels hair 50in all wool, former .price tl 15. DULL WEEK PRICE, .75. 10 pc Dress Goods including black, brown, and blue, that sold for 60c, 60c, and 76c. DULL WBEK PRICE 29c. REMNANTS There are many abort lengths goods for Skirts, Chlldreng Drw ses, etc., marked at very lew prices. LININGS A few" odd pieces in greys and black figured, regular price SSe. DULL WEEK PRICE, lBo. :'A few pieces of Seleaia la brown blue and red, our regular 16c quaU lty- DULL WEEK PRICE 106. .LINENS From this stock ; we offer lAe best bargains we have offered in along time, tbe chief reason fordoing sols to rednoe our stock. If you. need linen buy this week and aava mise. - Blawahew 4 nnhleanhed Damask, all linen, 60 in. wide and 65c. DULL WEEK PRICE 48c. - BARRE FIKEMEN'S CLUB SEV ENTH ANNUAL. On Thursday evening Jan 8, 1903, tbe Barre Firemen's Club will hold their seventh annual concert ana oaii at Miles hall, Barre. Their friends ana patrons win wel come tbe announcement and will be pleased to know that tne music win again be furnished by BlalsdelPs or chestra of ConcorJ, N. H., eight pieces, are engaged, and the program will be their very best, introducing solo numbers. M. II. Isabel, the popular prompter, will be at his best. A grand maroh will open the dancing program of 27 numbers after the concert, which will begin at 8 o'clock. B. W. Hooker Co. are engaged to decorate the hall. Thnninh men nera wives are u iuiu Ish the supper in the I. O. O, F. hall and with any proceeds that may result will devote tne same iu enmunou a free bed in a hospital for the benefit of th fiiemen. Prnnpr .r.mmitteeH have details in charge and nothing will be left undone to equal, ana tr possiDie, surpaiw an past successes or wis pupuiu- uiuu m their annual social events VERMONT POSTMASTERS. Washington. Dec. 31. The follow ing postmasters were appointed today: Vermont, Georgia Plaid, Bert H. Wood; North Tunbrldge, Forest H. Tall man. SENDING WARSHIPS. Barcelonia, Dec 31. -The Spanish cruiser Rio De Plata has been ordered to Tangier. Lisbon, Deo. 31. The Portugese government has decided to send a war ship ta Morocco to protect Portugese interests. ADVERTISE in the TELE GRAM. It Will Pay You C3IMI1F0TTS ER FITTS Week" Sale ! 1 lot of yd., 2 1-2 yd. and 8 yd. lensrtha. a dollar value. DULL WEEK PRICE 79c. . , 3 dc of bleached asd unhlaacbed damask 66 in. wide all Uaen the kinds we sell for 16 and llo. DULL WEEK PRICE . " 4 3 pc. rice Scotch Saasask, ,18 l.' all linen, our regular $1.36 1 low. DULL WEEK PRICE 99c. UNBLEACHED COTTON 1000 yds. our 6 l-t in. cotton la 8-10-13 yd. lengths. DULL WEEK PRICE 5c. PERCALES . 600 yds 36 in. percale la dark colors, inoiufllnc nav nr. red ana black. DULL wi BEK PRICE 7. SHELF CLOTHS Oar entire stock, for .DULL WEEK 4c. STAIR OIL CLOTH Entire stock for DULL WEEK 6 1-2C DOLLS Our regular prices 26, 60, 16c, 1 00, 1.36. DULL'WEBK Prices 7, 37, 50 and 75c. STARVING IN NEW GUINEA Sidney, N S. W Dec- 31. Thou sands are starving in New Guinea as a result of the long drouth. Some are subsisting on roots, grabs and vermin while others have resorted to canni balism, eating the bodies of ibose who have died of starvation. Two Euro pean prospectors have been murdered. ASTRAY NOTICE. Oamn into ni enclosure Dec. 2. '02. one dark brown Jersey Heifer about 1 year old. Tbe owner can nave ue same by proving property and paying . f n -. WATCHES! Brest HLTW We have them all prices, from a. a. TO - - $5.50 Every watch guaranteed. Headquarters for high-grade Optical Service. 4 4 CHLTK Tcss.3y, C:3. 38 TO- Until Jl. 6. ChiKMens Bath Robes WaAa of iriMavand Mile eider down awd ataforS3 36 PULL WEEK. PRICE Slt9. . i DRESSING SACQUBS Made of eiderdown and trimmed with ribbon and braid DULL WEEK 1 PRICE. ; BABY EONNETS ' A lot of odd., bonnets made of allk and eiderdown, DULL WEEK PRICE XBC. DRESS SKIRTS J dot. black serire dress skirts made to tell for 63 60, DULL WEEK PRICE to close 8c. CAPES i doi. nth t odd aanes made of heavy 2,98, cloth trimmed with fur DULL WEEK PRICE 98c MISSES ODD JACKETS. These f re not new styles but are atadfrei good cloth? aud" 'will lock w:ll on any one who can get a fit Were 63 08, $6.00 and 16.00, DULL WEEK PRICE 11.98 T. R- TENDERS RESIGNATION Thomas R. Mills, for many years connected with tbe railroad business in this city, and at present the chief clerk at tne oarre lwnroaa omce, nag tendered his resignation and will leave about January 10th for Chicago, where he has a lucrative position, rv, m. Hepburn is taking his place at pres ent. DR. SPILLER. I shall be at tho Ci:y Hotel J S and 3 Dr. . H. Splller, optloia 281 Valcss In WATCHES ; i f ars bioo :m. ty ine . able jhroe This i It? O. It witho ,tock tbe - a f. '.J oca X Jt- i,. t the . . s y. -': itrlB be . Nrw w 1 I l . ... ... Ji .