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Associated Press Dispatches. jingle copy, FOne nionfli, 1 cent 25 tents $3.00 I Ono year, OL. 1. no: 6. BAllliE, VT., SATURDAY, APRIL 1G, 1898. PRICE ONE CENT. HE BLUE STORE The Weather. Excitement in the A Down Stars Tenement To Kent. Hontox, April Ifi. Fair to-niffht and Sun- uuy warmer, Westerly winilx. Seriate Suburban Tickets For Sale TERMS: Enterprise. at 6c a Ride Each Way. Please Mention This Paper. JEGEL & BRADY, Prop'rs. 11LTOT SQUARE. 1SAKRE, VT. ATTENTION! .Quarry Boys, Pure Leaf," L L Ponies, . Royal Savage, ARE The Cigarsto Smoke For Sale Everywhere. Pavelto, Hendclshon & Co. BTrs. L. Lewin, M'gr. fl80 No. riain St. Barre, Vt. MEAD'S Popular Restaurant Can bo loiiiiu at 311 No. Main Street. Meals Served at All Hours. Wo also carry a full line of FRUIT, CONFECTIONARY, TOBACCO and CIGARS. I Drop in and see our Lunch Counter. DRESS MAKING. f ' - To save the Ladies' any Trouble, We will Furnish mm Trimmings, Linings, and also Bonnets and Hats to match the Suits. Before having any Dresses made please call on 28 Elm '. Street, Next door to the Enterprise olllce and get their, prices. Cameras At: Cost. We will close all last Reasons Models at once. NEW MODELS ARRIVE IN A FEW DATS. A full Uno of Standard Dry Plates. H. L. AYERILL, 28 No. Main St. Tel. 531-3 To Rent. O.i rcwonatoe terms -a pood stone shed with traveling mid boon, derricks. Also some very desinilile, tenements ''"gOYCE. For Sale. FOIt S U,K-One. House and Lot oil i llawes HtrM, nd six l..ie IluildiiiK L o l'crri Hill, and one large Conic Lot at ths corner of Second . n d Mi ih . In quire lit T. (i. Whitehill's, &1 1 No. Main M. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of M'ZZELL'S LUXCII ROOM. A 11. Ru.'ell, the new proprietor of the Red Star Lunch Hnoin, puts out to his customers a chicken pie every bu.i dav; lici t stew, Mo.iday;ehieken. stew , Tuesday and Wednesday ;i llsh "-' Thursday! IMi balls, Friday ; liaiuluitf steak Saturday, ..OyMler t-w. el.mi chowders, baked beans, eo too and other refreshment served at all hours. XoWKl I "in prepared to do Or cIush work in house paint.ng, 1 ;r l..i..rit,.r and eiilsoiiiiumg. . V1. . thrcTigh the mail promptly nUemle. to All n.y employees are experienced men. No apprentices. ............ St. Among the Churches. Announcement of Tomorrow's Services I'REsr.VTEKIAX (.'HI KCII. The evening service tomorrow in the Presbyterian church, will be conducted by I lev. J. Matlieson, formerly of Mar tinville, Ontario. The public is asked to remember that the evening congivgii tion in this church assembles at seven o'clock, ralher than at tlie later hour 7 :i!0. Mr. Mitchell takes the usual ser vice in the niorniii"". I'.Al'TIST Clll lirit. To-morrow at the Baptist church Mr. Fuller will speak on "True Greatness." The Bible school will nice! at 12 o'clock, the Junior (J. E, society at 4, and the Senior society at 0.15. At 7. ISO Mr. Walter Thorpe, general secretary of the Montpclier Y. M. C. A., will speak on "Lessons from the Flowers," illustrat ing his subject by crayon sketches. Mr. Thorpe is an expert in this line, and all who see and hear him to-morrow even ing will be greatly pleased and bene fitted. Mr. W. J. (iilbertson assists in the iini-dc. at both services and in the evening will play a cornel solo. MKTIIOMST CHfKClt. To-morrow will be the las! Sunday of Hev. W. U. Davenport as pastor of Iled ding Methodist church. In the morn ing he will speak on "What lla!h (iod Wrought?" and at 7.30 p. in. on "A (iood Fighter." The Sunday School will be held at 12 in. The attendance uiioii this service has been very large of late. At 4 p. in. the .Junior League will hold its weekly devotional meeting with Allie 'J "row for a leader. The subject will be "How Our l'ledge helps to Temperance."' Intermediate League at o.lo; subject, "Wind Next"; leader, the pastor. Senior League at (1.15; subject, "The Keeping Power of (iod." Pastor Davenport will lead b request. I'Nlvi'.liS.u.lsT ciinirll. In the Universalis! church to-morrow morning the Hev. Kflio K. M. Jones will preach on Christian Disciplesliip," and in the evening on " The Loyal Citi zen." All toe otiiof sevv'iecs tf tho day as usual. lTisrui-.w. iu i!( !i The services at the Church of the (iood Shepherd to-morrow are as fol lows :. prayer at 10 a. in., Holy Com munion at 10.45, Sunday School at 12.10, regular service in the evening at 7.:iO. Weekly prayer meeting at 7 ..'50 on Wednesday evening. The Faster music will be repeated to-morrow evening. NEMIXAKY NOTES. The March number .of the (ioddard Record was out yesterday and is a very interesting number. It contains several well-written stories, a good list of Alumni notes, poems, editorials and lo cal news. It prints a lis: of those who obtained ranks in scholarship for the winter term as follows; Kthcl Walston, 07 per cent ; Kate Foster and Kate Page, 90.7; Paul Shinu and Harry Vincent, Hi. I ; Raymond Small, 1)5.5; Annie McKee and Fred Cole, 91.1; Ward Carver. 9:1.9; W. K. Aver, 9:1.0 ; Helen liliss, Ruth Snow and Eugene Xerney, 95.5; Sadie Smith, 9:1. :1 ; Julia Kinnc 98, MASONIC ELECTION. At the regular meeting of Granite Lodge, No. 35, F. & A., held last even ing the following oilicers and commit tees were chosen for the ensuing year: W. M , Alexander Anderson, S. W., Frank L. Small. J. Y, L. K. Roberts. Treasurer, Frank MeWhortcr. Secretary, O. 11. Reed. S. D., James R. Coutts. 1 J, .. Charles Campbell. Chaplain, W. K. Calto. Marshal, J. S, Wilson. S. S., W. R. Durkee. J. S., J. M. Ilonnyman. Organist, N, H. lUiriiliaui. Trustees, X. T. Latham, J Leber J Thwing. P. W. Buchanan. Finance Committee, F. C. Fisher, I). P. Town. T, L. Snow. Dues Committee, O. II. Reel, I. O. Wales, C. M. Willcy. Total membership 249. MARTIN lUlOOK. The pureliasi! of the Mariiu Brink by I he eily, which lias been so long .inder discus.-iou, is now -ira'.i.Mlly sd led. Iiiv (bile of Hiitlatid. wao owned the land, has bi'en hen; for several d lys looking over the survey made by City Engineer Currier and he finally de cided to sell the properly which the Chy Council voted to buy sometinn ago, the price to bo fixed at 700, Dr. Galo to re tain possession i f all standing timber above 10 inches in diameter, and he has ten years to clear it off. The plan of tl.e eitv' is to build a reservoir near the northerly corner of the. land. The d.ie.l has not yet been signed .but is being made out at Mayor Gord jn's olli.'o to- Hen Davis, Balk win and Greening Apples, by the peck or barrel, 3e peck. I,. M. A viokii I" DEBATE WAXES WARM. The Church Regards Senator Teller Introduces Substitute Resolu tions Which May Be Passed. Spaniards Recalled. Paiiis, Apr. 10. A dispatch from Cette department of Ilerault to Petit Journal says all theable.-bodied Span iards have been ordered to return to Spain immediately. Spaniards Rallying. Madkid. Apr. 1(1. It is officially an nounced here' that perfect tranquility prevails in Cuba. They are all rallying around the government. Big Earthquake. Point Au-n.,Cai,., Apr., 10. There were 32 distinct earthquake shocks Fri day morning of intense severity. Houses twisted au.l chimneys fallen. Main Street is opened several inches. Further Efforts Vain. WaS!IintiT0K, Apr. 10, Archbishop Ireland left last night for New York" to confer with men in touch with affairs, but is convinced that further eff ir.'s to induce the L'nited States to postpone ac tioii are vain. 'Robert McLane Dead. Wasmixi-t.in, Apr. 10. .V.nbassa Im porter has telegraphed that lion. Rober: M. M;!ine. former Minister to Franca died this morning after a long illness. Rifles for the United States. LiVKiii'ooi., Apr. 10. The White Star Liner, Basic, left this morning for Now York with a large consigHnnv.it of rilles, ten . Maxim guns, fiiiy Knapp quick-linn g gum an 1 two hutidrcl tons of anrnunition aboard. Liner New York to Sail. SiM'Tii uii'T', Apr. 10. The AnC'r- lean liner, .New lorii, cnariercti n mc l'nited States, leaves ballast for Xew York. bis afternoon in Spain Buying Torpaioes. IV.hi.in, Apr. 10. 'v'iior Saodiv.il, the. .Spanish aufcid here, is going to Kie. Monday to test torp id oes lust piircha ed. The United Sta'es will request request Genu any t preve.i! sliip.no it o the same if war is de dared before tie shipment is ma. hi. Senator Camsron Spaiks. Washington. Apr- 10. There wa much brilliant oratory aid exciting scenes in the Senate yesterday. Adde public interest today. This is the four ! day of debate, mi the war r-soluli m . TheiM are very radieal iliffer.'iices tiius far for I ho advisability of rcognlzin independenee. ', approve action bir differ regarding the m inner. Tne Sen ate convened promptly at ten this morn ing, Senator Cameron spoke in favor of immediate action ami roe.) ;nitio;i . More Spanish War Ships. St. Thomas, Wkst Isdius. Apr. 10 Five warships aro isaid to havp passed here yesterday going west. Further Solicitation as Vain. In the Senate. Wasiiiniiton, Apr, 16. Senator Al len called' attention to the remarkable scene in thee White Douse, April 7, when representatives of the so-called European powers called the Prnsident to exchange notces in the Ilispania American situation. He protested against this entering tho .White House, to tell this country what it should do. I can not understand why the President does not inform them that this country will not tolerate this interference. It is the first step towards breaking down the Munroe doctrine. ; Teller introduced a substitute for the pending motion, recognizing the Repub lic of Cuba. It provide' for the imme diate armed intervention unless Spain withdraws. He disclaims the intention of conquest. Bryan in Boston. Boston, Apr. 10, William Jennings Bryan arrived hero this morning for his long promised visit to ili democrats. He was met at llio station by the mem bers of the state committee. A bre ik- fat was given in his Uoi&rliy tho Bi metallic league. ' A reception and ban quet will be given" this afternoon and a pnbli'! meeting this evening. Spanish Torpedo Boats In British Channel. Soi'Tll Ami'Ton, Apr. 10. A vessel arrived here today and it was stated that a Spanish torpedo flotilla hail been sighted in the British Channel. The Brewster Trial. Monti'I'I.ieh, Apr. 15. The witnesses f"r the defense in tho Brewster trial wero examined this morning. The tes timony tends to prove the irresponsibil ity .of the respondent. A. X. Pdanchard a photographer in Montpclier took a photograph of the respondent April 24, '97, He told of her queer actions. Miss Jennie Quoin of Montpelicrlhougiil her queer and stubborn. American Consulate Guard. Under Cadiz, Apr. In. The Au'riei Consulate here is now under a guard, owing to an attomple I dieturbaucu by the students in the school of medicine, who wjru carrying a Hag and altenqit ing to in ike a demonstration last night. The police interfered. Brm Trial. Boston, Apr. 10. Eddoncj in the Brain trial close 1 to-lay. Argu neu s will begin Monday. New Balford Strike, Nf.w lb'il'oi-i, Apr. 10.- .The clou; mills closed to-day for a week. lie-, order prevailed, and ilia police kept the streets clear. A general meeting of the weavers will ba held to-morrow after noon. Fort Ethan Allen, Buki.iniiton, Apr- 10: No orders yet received. Troop F 3d Cavalry, move to Cliicamaitga. No unusual prep ations towards leaving up to noon. SPECIAL 500 P. M. United States Consu ATTACKED. American Consul in Danger, jMai.aiia, Spain, Apr. 10. The Unit ed Stales consulate here has been at tacked bv a mob. Orders to Third Cavalry, BiT.UNtiTON, Apr. 10. Orders wert rn.eived at Fort Ethan Allen this after noon for the entire command to be ready to leave for Chicaninii-a, Tuesday morn ing. Active preparation was l.egun at once. HIGH SCHOOL EXHIBITION'. The Senior Exhibition given by the clas' of 98 of the Spaulding High School was held last evening in the school chapel. On account of the ineleiii"iil weather which prevailed at the time, of the exercises, a good many wero kept away. 'The essays, , as a whole, were very good and received the applause of the audience. Potted plants were set along the edge of the platform, which added very atlrac:ivcly to the appearance of thy room.. After a prayer ny Rev. Dr. S. X. Jackson, a vocal solo was rendered by Miss Susie ('innings, entitled, There little girl don't cry." Mis Jennie! A. Ilolden fallowed with an essay "Robin Hood."' It was well rendered and re ceived great applause, as did lso Miss Gladys E. Hockley's essay on "Comus." The "essiay on "Edgar Allen Poo" by Miss Maud M. Wh'.ncoin'.i was also well rendered. Luther 1). Beck lev "A group of Americans Historians" was very in teresting. His short sketches of Pres ent t. Baucri'ft. Motley, Fisk and others were well written. Miss Ilolden fol lowed wiHi a piano solo," The Floating song." Miss Bradford gave an essay on " The visions of Sir Launfal" in a very pleasing manner and received loud applause. The essays on "Julius Cae sor" by Miss Gertrude A. Keiur.-on, "Italph Waldo Emerson" by Miss Erma E. N'oyes and tha "Ilou.e of Seven Ga bles" by Miss Pearl E. Lewis where all well w ritten. Mi-s lUvkley re ideivd a vocal solo in a very pleasing manner. Slie has a very sweet voice and licit-election was loudly applauded. Ciinracici-skc;cli of Macl.e'Jitind Lady Macbeth, by Helen M. Brown, received loul applause. Her delivery was good and the essay was well composed. Clarence 'Wori hen's essay "I'.uth r'f I ' ud i i .ras," was well read and well writ ten and he put a good deal f life labtil. The pro rant was coned udod with an e.-eay "The ria 1 lini'er. .'W of Malia"bv Miss Ma- GHANTTE CUTTEIiV ATTENTION. A full meeloi ; of B.irro P ran' 1 1 G. C. X. I', is letpicih d on Mi n lay evening to vote on Albany Pmpo.-I em. Meeting at 7 o'clock sharp. !',. l.r.M.MoN, John- J. M u K i:n.h'., Secretary. President. .s :c . .,! a illgs, etc., el.-, pri e-. ar-I'.ViC -. . r. e i--.in.reL' a; u -u:: I M. Avi'.i.-ii.i.. CliarRCtitr In Funtcciir. "Shoes," enid tho ufigressivo philoso ph.cr to tho meek looking VMinutn, "al ways Hrqr.ire-the trtiits of their wearer. The old proverb about 'wrur nt the too, spend ns yen po.'ctc., i.i only a tenth part of what n worn shoo can ti 11 (if its owner's dbpesitiou. Now lock lit mine. Lil;o me, ain't they?" They vvcrn. Stubby, sqn:;ro, thick, eclf opiuioiiatid lookiiif- beets, th-j saoinod to brcatbo nggrcssivcuesa from every seam. "Now let's seo yonrs. " Tho deimiro looking woman poked ouo tihoa out tim idly. It was louu and narrow, with a very pointed toe. It was a id iff, slim, tiubcuding Kurt of shoe. Tho reader ( f character in footgear looked dubious. "Hem! Perhaps you lire net like your shoe," bo said evasively. "But I be lieve in the Kcienco, and noldou't thin'.. it would he safe for mo to tell yon what I road in tho' indications. We wr mif;bt both regret it. Oood nmruiuy!" -New York Coiniuercial Advertiser. Why Wo Ileconinieiid our White Pine Balsam and Tar For COUGHS and COLDS is bceatise we make it ourselves. We know precisely what goes into every bottle. We use none but the very Purest, Freshest and most Reliable Drugs. We make it in small quantities. Whan you buy it you get it as it ouht to be, it hasn't lost all its virtues by standing aiound on the shelves, and in ware houses for months or years. It not only ougt to cure. It Postively Does Cure. We don't ui'o'e its sale because we make it ourselves. We recommend it because we are thoroughly convicned that it is the best Cough Syrup made. It has cured many severe cases that would not yield to any other remedy. We confi dently advise you to usu it, because we know it has cured and will cure you. Xo Cure Xo Pay. 205 X. Main Street. A Full and Complete lino of W a leeiwn1 INCLUDING urns MOLD is HARDWARE, BAUKE, Bieyole and Golf Suits, Hose, Caps, etc., Gan be seen in our window and ui "ml! liKc ,o quote prices and have you inspect the goods. lie Styles ere Correct and Prices Right. Golf Suits will he worn more this season than ever be fore, and you will make no mist.vke in buying early before the assortment is broken. i9 Austin Gents" Furnishings, Books and 20X". MAIN STREET. Wo can sell You a VICTOR BICYCLE '98 Model for $40.00. Who's Got Wli83ls?iBARBER SH0P F. W. Nrhol s lias a line of ..I a tlie most ('mil DlCyCleS, ,,l,,e ,,r any in tlie city, and lie will sell tlu-ni at tm price you want. Prices rani;in from $20 to SI 25. A lni'ije nuniocr of fecond luiml wheels alinonst given away, in the Basement of the Nichols Block. Come and see me. MUSIC AT A BARGAIN. I'liur full-.-izoil pieces of Nuw muMo prlnleil mi heavy pnper. worth f-!.(Ki. will lie sent to iiiiv iiil lios upon receipt nf five 'J-ccnt stauipH. Yiiu cull innKc nmney ..clling lliin iniiic. Ail dress us nl once fur U-nn. LV'ltY MONTH." 4 Must 2(lth St., New York. '8T Opposite Depots. uppiies etc. VEIJMONT. uerv. HAKRE, VT. POOL ROOM In C'oxnkition 487 N.IMain Street, Girden Hawes, Proprietor. He Commercial House IS KEPT 15Y Chas, Johnson T :12') NOliTll MAIN STKKKT, A ud lie is -.repined lo meet the fA wants of the public in an up to dire, manner. One Minute Cough Ciire.curas, tii is wnn it u ma at nvr. S & SON.