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V - ' , '4 J. -IT V ' J J: i " Let's Talk It Over. Mrs. Murtin' Welch i nmc li imiirov el. - . Muyo 1'. Iiliiki; of Xf I'lbllfUl was in the i:iiv j-estrrdiiy. Mr. Hewitt of IJri.-tnl lias been the guest of S. D. Allen. Ilobert. IVuvvi.-k li:i .-old his colt to Fr d Kobbiiis, for tfl.jii. Miss Mamie lirnsh o ii visitinL' her -i-t.-r M rs Willkinistovvn ('. X. l'i.'ld. Mi?s Kniinii Stone went to liurliiifrton yesterday, lor a hf-rt vUit with relatives Special jioliee oillei-r K. K. l'erry was kicked in I He lejr Tui-mImv by his hov.-e. The Hook and Ladder Company held tlieir llrst drill of tin? season last even ing. ioston one of the Clothing Co. is E. 1-. Blaudin (if winners in the dlul in the City today. '1 he lire alann - was sound morning at !) .:!(!. It was eausei 1 ibis l.v tho : wir.'s Lretlin,ir erosscd. Mis Ih.iu .Mii.lp-l! is to li-:.-;i si in WiisliiiiL'ttili. ."ho Will hetrin Iionl her new duties on Mondiiy. Miss Xellie Tluir-toii, !i-!ioirra.lier atCiok, Wiitkins & Ib.n-lay's, is e..uiiii ed to her liouie with illness. 'J'lie Italians of the city are ".lliti;: up a movement for oianiziiej' a i-oni-jiany to join forces n;r:iiiist Spain. .1. V. IWMn, iinmiiL'er for the ( 'al ii t Harbor Improvement company, i.- iu Hill linrtiiii on lai-iue-s t...lny. T.ie liankwall in the rear of ( lonb u's block and the old I'aine properly has been linisbed by Ward it 1 .. lights-. I!. Thouiiis bewail work yeslenl iy ex cavating llio eeliar for liis new block ill the corner of Seminary and .Main si reel-. K. A.. Hour has .-hown bis jj:ii rintUui today by pulling out the star- ami ,-ln Irom Ins oilier window in l.ol lor block. 'J'ln; Xeal Dow I.od:;e of (iocnl Tom pbirs held their weakly meeting night and a liti-r.irv program was deied. last ( 'liiirles Junior, his sister, Mr-. ; past week, reliirui home in Sor;ii"liel vno has lien vi.i;mg r;e Marion, for Ihe I this innrtiinii' to hi i. Mas-. The Somiiian team is mak in plans to play Ihe famous Weehaukoi .Monday aflernoon. TM- will second game ol'lhe series. A small parly of friend i Maiumie McKeu.ie giive her a : last evening nl her home, pleasant time was enjoyed . The ladies of ihe Coiigre church met vv ii h M i .-. J . 1 irnn s 1 1 1 I be III.- f Mi-s urpri-e V verv oiial be i-oli did ve-lerdav afuuiioou 'ivliov tin sewing and enjoyed a supper. The Ladies Circle of Forrester- wi hold a w i-1 pariv in l'orie-ieis Hal Worten block. !-ati:rday ev.-niiig. April 2:3.1 . liefre-liinenis served. Admis sion M cents. Judged'. L. Harney left today for Spriuglhdd where he will alien. I the Alethodist ( .inference. There will be no cases in the police court until Moil- J. I. Ilui.ton wislics to statelliat there was no woman wilh Kdward Illackwell. when he saw him in San Fraiiciscn. Jle did not have a tandem nut a sin wheel. X. S. Love, who has been at his home in Ilinesburgh for several days on ac count of the illnes- and death f his father, lias relumed to school at the Scm "iu'ary. K. W. Scribner, adjii-ler of el.nins for the Masonic Koiiilalde Aeeideul ( was in the cit- yeslcrday to adjust the claim of ArlliurCampbell, who broke a bone in his foot April .1th. Mrs. O. S.. Willey has completed the preliminary arraiig-menls for I he organ ization of a lodii'e of (iood Templars in Montpelier. Tin; formal org.tiiialiou w ill lake place uel week. The Spencer Lilies will hold their regular oriil niecline; tonight. It was planned to hold ihe drill oul of doors tonight, but on account of I he mud the drill will be held in the arinorv. A movement is on looi lor holding a fool for ho jm! riot ii; meeting in Ihe city probabiy Naturday night. Several proipinoui men are prune movers and it the atlair materializes several prominent speakers will be present and iL will probably take place on the park. Considerable inconvenience was caus ed to the ll-ers of the telephone line yesterday and today bythc iiou-oontic.'-lion of the wires. This was noi the fault of the telephone Company but was caused by the necessity of culling ihe wires by the moving of ihe buildings. The jury rendered a decision yeslcr day aflernoon in the case of suite Vs. John Movilli, charged wilh keeping liquors w illi intent to sell. 1'orcin in L. A. (iale announced that they would ac quit him on account of lack of evidence. 1!. A. Hoar anpeared for the .lefoudenl. A long line of ba.-k ncls have been put. up on the Seminary eaiiipu- at Ihe top of tiie bill facing ll:e Catholic church, so thai it will now be more dif ficult for right-field hiilors to make so many home runs, ' 1 1 nets' n No serve the purpose of back nets for the lenuis courts. Kl'fYirls are being made by Manager Lamb of the Seminary base ball team lo have .a game in liarre souiel inn; in the near fuliire with the Tufts College team. Stevens, one of the promising candidates for lirst base, is unable to practice for a few days on account of a sprained ankle. The program, for the lyeeum to be held ' fit tho Seminary next Saturday night will be as follows: Hiiet, Misses (iale.atid l'reston ; solo, Miss I'liirnhaui ; solo, 'Miss Walslon : solo. Miss Ward; Solo, Miss Zoo Towers ; solo. Miss dale: duct. Misses liurnliam and Ward. The question for debate will be: "liesolved, That it is not good policy lo run into debt, for an education'' allirmai ive, Mr. Urown and Miss Talcolt; negative, Mr, Cook lind Miss Marsh. ThoXew Kngland Order of Protection held their regular semi monthly moel ing last, night. Two new members were initiated John K, Smith was elect ed seutinnl and was duly installed. The (rami Lodge of the Order me. Is in Jiur lingtoii next, 'Tuesday. The delegates elected last night C. F. Nlouais, Mrs. F. . Howland. The iiieiul ership of the order here is now L: m: king it now second in si.e to any i i the slate. The order in ?'t. Johiwliury holding the first place. M. Averlll the rocer has the stars and stripe;! over the doorway ot ins store. Misslielle lilanehard a former student at the Seminary visited friends in the city to-d ty. L.J. (Iiiliin is another patriotic citi zen who lias caused to be placed in hN store window an old musket of Civil war fame and has hanging under it the signitlcaui worn : Oh, 1 'dnt so easy." The war scare which is effecting near ly all kind.-, of business, seems to have hurt the eranite business to some extent. It was learned this morning that one granite concern had laid off a number of its emploves on account of lack of orders. It was also learned that the orders had fallen off more than .'.() per cent during the last few weeks and if thov had not a large amoi.nt of orders i on hand, a good many would have to i sm, (iown " jt is said'that one concern i,,ls L.noueh work on hand at present to keep its full force of men at work for one year. Oilier concerns have work rnoiightokeep them running six and eighMnonlhs, but recently the orders have fallen off considerably on account of the war -cure. On the Corner. That the Italians of this city are truly A riean who doubts, when they scud s.'i'l to the starving Cubans. The moving of the I'aine house from ils usual site recalls the fact, as told to the ln-peelor. that it is the second house moved from that site, the other being Ihe pre.-eiit residence of (i. I. Jackson. If present rumors are true liarre ihea-ler-goers will have no reason to complain when the new hall is completed regaid inir the size of the stage. The inspector presents the wish of On the Corner." when he says thai a large stage is what, ihe boy-, who are willing to pay their share of the lax, desire. Five hundred dollars and scores of iieieelives and newspapers have never i.e. n able to locale Kdward Illackwell, foiiiierlv of this city, and who disaji i . ared from .Montpelier two years ago, having his family and bu.-iness to do a- thev pleased, It remained for the K i:im; Km i:i:l'l'i-i:, through an inter view wilh J. Frank Iliintou, 1 announce tiie whereabouts of lilackwell in lh!)7. No one can doubt the truth of .Mr. llun ton's assertion, for lie was well acquaint ed with the former electric artist, and would not make the statement unless he had seen him, This announcement by Mr. Iiunton destroys the idea ot insanity or abduction, lilackwell, it woulb ap. ar, went away by design and has never had any intention of returning to Ids family. Another good mail gone away from home, for what reason the public is not aide to toll. ( '. i. stables who lind it dilliclilt to sc enic tiie proper numberof jurymen from Ihe ( 'ii y court would lind plenty of ma terial if they would visit "The Corner." These men are all noted for sound judg ment. Here is a chance to save much travel. Iluelianan, Corliss, Mirphard. Smiih, French when vou want ajurv in it ii v ihe inspector and come up lo the corner for your stragglers. While many regrets will be made be- ! cause by theaetion ot a .Methodist liisli- I,, ! op liev. u . li. Jiavenport is not iran.--, i'errc.I to the Cuieorii church, and thus given a chance m a wider held, yet liarie people on the other hand will re joice thai be while no longer pastor of ih" local church will be where ho can perhaps pay an occasional visit to the church where ills labors have reaped such an abundant harvests, anil give un a chance to hear his sermons. When the ''Kvknino Kvna'i'tiisr.,1' announcing dial perhaps liarre might soon have a hotel erected on the Lamb lot w as r.-a.l by t lit; "Corner" orators, many exclamations of rejoicing were made, and every one hoped that the deal would not lie hindered, for of all things that liarre needs .-aid every per son who spoke is a hotel. With our line new opera house that is seen in the dis tance liarre will stand a show for some of the political and other conventions, providing that. liarre has a lirst class hotel. Landlord (iale and Landlord Johnson are both well qualified for ihe po-ilioiis they till to-day, buttheeily needs a linger hole than eillier of them now occupy, and either of these two men would prove the right man in a new hotel. J !ut by all means let this city encourage Ihe deal now under way and if necessary exempt ihe builder ' from taxes for a year if that will bo any in ducement. Clerk with tin i in many stores found no fault condition of the electric lbdit w ires Tucsi lay night and enioyed a well earned rest lornoclerk hasanv loo much leisure as Ihe Inspector can assert from actual experi"iiee. A prominent, young man of this city wdiile standing "On The. Corner'' last night made Ihe statement iliat he would like to be Ihe man to shoot dene, id Weyler. He would have many eulogies if he was able to accomplish" that pur pose, and if war is declar. .1 the Inspec tor fools confident the young man will look for the Spanish butcher. '-On Tho Corner" will be patriotic to a man. Flow the bugle. "If I'lieb) Sam does not have men enough I will light," ..aid the "Old Vet'' of the Corner la-l night, and the Inspec tor knows he voiced Ihe sentiment of ev ery old soldier wiio is able lobe of any a-sislanec lo the ( ioveru mont for which lie fought. Tiie crowd that gathered on the cor. nor near Depot Square this morning was much larger than usual as they "were w atching the iiarsonae-e no streei 'ami o.l ling how they would do it, if ihe mailer was in their charge, hut: none of them could give a reason, imiil ihe beardless youth said, "i'lii it on wheels and run it "; l.ii ....en. no was loiiowe.l liy a Fear Swampjfarmer who advised that "six yoke of oxen be hitched to the old thing and have them drag it up the street.'' Someof the igl,t Lunch venders might make a profitable investment by open ing a branch on the corner, for Ihe members of (he club will soon have so many imp. riant, topics to consider that '-!.' sessions will lastalljiiighlaiid if ihe members can secure :iq. e.mls an hour oieie w,il he no adioiiriinu nt. So dealers in "dogs," beans and coffee, Hon I miss being on the corner, if you waul J,,. successors of (Jould and v-tor. These debaters are n hungry lot and you should feed them well. The eh:i.rui:m has closed tho meeting, ana I L ... nfitlt Trtlm flrppn . nm waiting y ; 7". tho ba- WHO lives niuiuei kerv. If I am "ttcmlunce at tomor row's tneetiii":, those who read "On the Corner" will have some interesting and important information gathered by Tin: iNsra tok. XOTICK. Iwish to inform the public that I have no connection in anyway with the so-called Union Uakery, although 1 have .'ood L ilian principles. My place is in holsters block on Xorth Main street. None of my goods are sold from the green cart." " Jons T. Cai.i.auiia.n. We have the well known D. M. Ferry & Co.'s Fancy mixed Sweet Peas in bulk. Also 'hlanche Ferry" and "Emily Henderson". I,. M. Averill. THE LETTER, 1 m, lnftM. nv lnrlv wroto to tna I would you could ape the lines! Thcr"'9 a flavor of orange blossomt Anda tnnglo of jessamine vines. Oh, t::o letter my lady wrote to raol. 1 sii in my room nnd neo The sails on the ships and her red, sweet lipa In the letter she wroto to me. Oh, the letter my lady wroto to mo! Here is the word she missed, And here is the word that wns never heard On the line her lips liavo kissed. And the letter my lady wroto to me ("lose to my heart shall bo Till tho judgment day, when I drift away, Lifo of my life, from thee! -Atlanta Constitution. Kot Sulllciently Kilicit. Timkins Who is that solemn look- iug maui' sjimkiiis Why, that's Craukleigh, the great society leader. Tiuikius Society for the suppression of what'? Chicago News. Why suffer with Corns wh,en you can have them removed without pain bv Mus. S. M. YoiiK, 1'2 Kim St. We have the most popular general crop I'olato, "Green Mountain" vari ety, grown in Michigan, pure seec $1.10 per bushel. L. M.A verill, at Xi.TK i;! I am prepared to do first class work in house painting, paper hanging and ealsomining. Orders through the mail promptly attended to. All myeniployees are experienced work men. Xo apprentices. J. C. Dodgk, 100 Main St. WARNING. The l.''id voters of the City of Harre are hereby untitled anil wanital to meet in Ar mory' Hull in Miles Block on North Main Street ill the City of Hnrre, Vermont, on the Jnd .lay of .May,'lMiS, at 7:110 o'clock p. in,, to transact the following business: KHiST. To .see if the ( itv will'vote to buy or . ninl. inn any waler system or works now Mipiilyhia' water witliin' the ('itv, and if so w hat ones. sKC(iNT). To see if the City will vote to instruct the city council to give permission to any water system or works now supplying the City with w ater, the risrht to extend" or lay new lines of pipes within the Citv. THUil). To sec if the City will vote to in struct the City Council to give permission to any waiter system or works now in the City, the right to make new connections with their pipes for the aeeoiiio.lation of the residents of the City. Fol.'ltTII. To see if the Citv will vote to put in a water sysfmof its nwii.iindif so where, and what system it will vote to put ill. Ft I Til. To sec if the city will vote to au thorize the City Council to make anv lease or other iirrainremeiits with any of the existing water companies or works to brimr the water from .Martin Krook, or from anv other water the city may purchase or eon. leiim, into the City, ami if so what lease or .irraiiireineiits. SIXTH. To see if the Citv will vote to purchase or condemn the works of the Harre Water Co. or anv other portion thereof. SIA'FN'TIt, To see if the City will vote to borrow money and issue its hon.l.s, notes, or other evidence of iiuleliledness for any of the piii'iioses speciiied in the foregoing ar ticles of this warning, and if it votes to issue its bonds or notes to designate the rate of in terest, and time and place of piivment, and the form of bonds, whether coupon or regis tered, it w ill issue. FltiHT. To do any other proper business. Hated at the I itv of Harre, Vermont, this 2M dav of April, lstis. JOHN W. (iORIXlX, M.iYoit, Bought for $5.00. And Sold for $650,000.00. I hirty-e iglit years icro Krenan.lo Jones bought 11 piece of properly in Chicago for live dollars, mid after his purchase he cursed him scll for Inlying the pioperty. But less thaii-fnur vears asro the same prop erty was sold to the American Biscuit ( o, for ' 'eeiior us sum of six hundred and liftv thousand dollars. This is a matter of record 111 the state of Illinois, coimtv of Cook, citv of v "',,"' , "l!,t ""'de this purchase, .o. 21 HI Prune avonue, Chicuuo. The property we offer vou has Hs good a fu ture as this. We are not here to humbug you but are telling you facts and if vtu will inves. tigate you will lind them true. ' We propose to .leal honorably with evervmie and sell you property for its present valiie. We do not tell you that you can huv a lot of us tor two hundred dollars, and in a week sell if lor two thousand dollars, but bv holdiu" it a short tune you will receive large returns "for your money invested. "Would he pleased to have you call on us iin.l we will try to interest vou whether you buy or not. Cslumst Harbor Improvement Co Rooms 7 and 8. Bolster Block, Barre, - - Vermont. A Fine Residence For Sale At AUCTION Thursday afternoon, April 21st at 4:30 o'clock. This property is locatedatNo.il Carlton St. Harre, Vt. The house consists of seven rooms, bath nml closet Hlso bam. Call and examine property. Near the new elec tric railroad. Remember date, Thursday, Apr. 2i,st at 4:30 o'clock. S. S. Ballard, 0. H. HALE Auctr. DR. LYMAN BEECHER. Th. Gret Preachei'i Peculiar Hnbltn Id Preparing Hl fceruiuini. Dr. Lyniau Beecher's peculiar habits, shown by his methud of preparing ser mons, ore illustrated in Auuiu i ield e latest hook, "The Life and Letters of Harriet Beecher Stowe." Iu her words: "If he was to preach in tha eveuiug, be was to be seen all day talking with whoever would talk, accessible to all, full of everybody's affairs, business and burdens, till an bour or two before tho time, when he would rush up into hit study (which he always preferred should bo the topmost room of tho house), and, throwing off his coat, after a swing or two with the dumbbells to settle the balance of bis muscles, bo would sit dowu and dash ahead, making quanti ties of hieroglyphic notes on small stub bed bits of paper about as big as the palm of bis baud. The bells would be gin to riug, and still bo would write. They would toll loud and long, aud bis wifo would say, 'Ho will certainly bo lato.'aud then would be running up and down stairs of messengers to see that ho was finished, till, just as the last stroke of the bell was dying away, ho would emerge from the study with bis coat very much awry tsnd come dowu tho stairs like a hurricane, stand inipatiputly protesting while female bauds that ever lay iu wait adjusted his cravat and settled his coat collar, call ing loudly the while for a pin to fasten together tho stubbed littlo bits of paper aforesaid, which being duly dropped into the crown of bis hat aud, hooking wifo or daughter like a satchel on bis arm, away be would start on such a race through the streets as left neither brain nor breath till tho church was gained. Tbeu came the process of get ting in through crowded aisles wedged up with beads, tho bustle and stir and bush to look at him as, with a matter of fact, businessliko push, be elbowed bis way through them and up tho pulpit staira " BARBER SHOP AND POOL ROOM Is CosxicrioN 487 N. Main Street, Girden Hmve Proprietor. Who's Got Wheels? F. W. Nichols I has a line of RirxHoc 1,,e '""sl LJIOyislCOi pleie of any in the city, and: he will sell them at any price vou want. Prices ra.riiii nr from 820 to S12o: A larire number of second hand wheels alnmnst oiven aivav, in the Basement of the Nichols Block. Come and see me. The Commercial House IS KKPT BY Chas. Johnson AT 323 NORTH MAIN' STiJEICT, A ml he is prepared to meet the wants of the public in Hu up to dale manner. MILLINERY AT HALL & HAYFORD'S. We Deal in all coits of Mil linory nnd jvhvays enrry a Fu!l Line of Goods At Reasonable Prices. 74 No. Main St. SIBLEY'S Meat Market 4NO. BARRE. Full line of Meats, Veg etables and Canned Goods. Specialty of Pork Products. Notice. 11 those holding cheeks 1W ' ()tos reiUesle.l to sit for ihesa iie io ,,n:-e nr. liKRTIIKll.MAX'S kl'lMijo. S.. Main Si. l',.,, ,-,., v,. Shiluh's r.insuinption Cure euros where otnerstnil Itistlielemlinifr.m.h,,,"; , u home KuM ,B without it. I'lensm dlYlfc 'T riKllU tb" N"0t' ''" Kwi- ( iitiUTh (,'ure.l a clear lieiel met sweet iiremu secure,! with Shiloli's Catarrh Itemclv sol. 011 m.a,,,,,,,.,.. Nlsl ,.,.,,. f Sol.l liv hrmlrifk Co. Boars the The Kind Vou Have Always Bought ' v- oiic .' Cholera Cufc. k-itsiiau.,1, pinkie reiiuUf, .me tu ui, 1 CHEATED AT POKER. A PAGE FROM THE UNWRITTEN HIS TORY OF A UNIVERSITY. Punishment Meted Oct to IH.I.oi..t Student by Society cn.l ttio laeuttj-A Vo.ine Man Who Kept Step With Hi Not lirilltant Antecedent. "Ta'kiug about poker," said a mid fla nsed mini to a coterie; at Chamber Jin's, "reminds 1110 of soim -thiuf? that occurred about SO years no at the Uni versity of Virginia. Unit was about the liveliest epoch in the history of tho nnivcrsitv sinco the war, or for that matter cf that before it, when the life led by the students is taken into con sideration. Thero was a bis crowd of devil way care young men there, wot of them" with plenty of money, and tlicy made Charlottesville and sur rounding Alheniarlo fairly hum. These, kindred spirits formed a society which took tho name of 'Eli Ihiuauas.' " Hero the speaker smiled at evidently amusing ri niiniscenccs, "There is no telliiiH what tho 'Kli Bananas' didn't do. For tho quintessence of mischief and devilment they took tho laurels. There was nothing downright bud about " them, but their antics were awful. Fan tastic! were tho tricks they phiyid r.nd grotesquo their jokes. JJetwccn freaks tho Flis were prona tu poker, and it was customary down there lor the players to asseiiible at this or that student's room. That brings 1110 to my story. Cue coterie of poker players comprised sous of some of the best known and wealthi est men in tho south, and into it was introduced a young Virginian who was gifted with many attractive traits appar eutlv, Lut whoso antecedents wew not particularly brilliant I'll call him Dick Lurk, but that wasn't his nmno, "Most of tho other fellows in tho co terio hud rriiiuiuates who were bonii'g up for the liuiil examinations. It was well along in tho spring, and Lurk had quarters to himself en Kast Luwn. Con sequently the poker began to bo played exclusively in his room. When tho evening seemed propitious, tho word would bo passed around at supper that 'three Keiituek' would bo in order, aud at ii o'clock or thereabout the players would assemblo at Lurk's. Lurk's luck was stupendous. lie won steadily, and as tho game was pretty still his win nings were substantial. It was noticed after awhilo that ho always passed out when somebody had a particularly big hand on somebody else's deal, but that ho always held a top hand when there were big ones out against each other on his own deal. Then somebody noticed that tho seals were always broken on tho balf dozen new decks of cards pro vided each night before tho game begun. and that Lurk in dealing always closely scrutinized tho cards as ho gave them out. "At last one night tho son cf a fa mous CuHfedcratu general who now lives in Laltimore became convinced that Lurk was cheating. Picking up tho dock that Lurk had just dealt and out of which ho had got a bund with four queens against an acu full held by a young Keutffckiau tho young man said quietly: " 'fcumeijio is cheating at this game, and, Lurk, I think it's you.' "Now, at tho University of Virginia such a declaration, if improved, meant somebody's death to 0 certainty, and iu an instant tho party was on its feet. "'Just wait a minute, gentlemen,' said tho accuser quietly. 'I've been watching this num. Let somo one exam ino tho backs of these cards with this magnifying glass.' "Tho Kentuckian took tho glass and closely scanned tho geometrical designs en tho backs of tho cards. " 'Ly Ca'sar!' ho ejaculated. 'Every court card is distinctly marked I' Exam ination by tho other players quickly proved tho truth of this. "There was a consultation over what should Le donu with Lurk, who stood with head hung down, overwhelmed with tho proof against him. It was do. cided that he was not worth culling out, as ho was not a gentleman, mil the ver dict was that he should make, restitu tion of all tho money hu had won sinco his participation in tho game and suiter ostracism iu tho uuivirsity. Ho was compelled to sit down and writo out a check for all tho money hu had won, tho memorandum books of tho other players showing this amounts they had lost at various times, and ho was kept under surveillance until the Charlottes villo bank, in which hu kept a heavy account, opened next morning. Ouo of tho party rodo tlown to Churluttesvilio uud cashed thu check, and then tho sen tence of ostracism went into effect. "That fellow had (ho unheard of ef frontery to remain at tho university un til tho finals were completed, lie was there six weeks. No student or professor or servant or townsman, no man or wo man, white or black, spoke to him or took any notico of him. llo attended tho final balls, and 110 ouo recognized him. Ho was not quizzed iu a lecture room or tiddressed by a professor. Still ho re mained until tho university closed for tho season, but ho might as well havo been in tho middle of the Sahara desert so far as intercourse with people was ooncerued. "Washington Star. Imported. "All," said the Jacksonville man, as ho sat iu his luxurious library, "there's uothing like a good Havana cigar!" And over in Havana tho wealthy Cu ban who was smoking turned to a friend aud remarked ecstatically: "This is what I call a good cigar. It's a Florida product. I import it myself." Phila delphia North American. On nearly every block iu Japanese cities is a publiu oven, where, for v. small fee, housewives may have their dinners and suppers cooked for them. "It's bulid," said Undo Lben, "fob er man tor excuse a boy fob beiu as foolish at IS yeahs ob ao as ho wah hisso'f at 25. "--Exchange. LET OTHERS WORRY. Von win rent wiwely nml wi- vin.r money ami. niulati. without fair or rair... V,',,, know tlmt vot.r cunkul Ih curnintf you 12 u;ilnt v.-arlv. This n'ori within ten yearn on a annul hinjlimlne of .',0 mi neeninnl Ue.l pn,iu of .in.nuii. smaller mm earn In projio. ,,,,. v11 youiwlf of ihll oi.oor l.inllv. ,.l.ln-K. The li.veatoiB Oimruntee ft I r... I ul so, ,w v,.k- iilt.Bt rt,f em-en. I..1C.1I renreentnilveH denlre.1. isni:i TO ( I'liKA OLD OXK DAY. T!;e l.nxntive ltr.,uu Quinine Tablets. irtiiii-ls reluii.l l,e nuini'v if it fails I., rim- I n. e .. rents. ' .,. He Nut, llerrivc.l. A ouirli. ll.mrsrn nr roup, are not to he tritli-.l with. .1 e.,. II tittle of Nliiliili's ( nrn will Hive w ,.. trouble. Sold by KenUrick & to. UNDERTAKER and FUNERAL DIRECTOR, W. K. WHEATLEY, (jo Xo. Mdin Street, - " Ham' ':.. VII Orders will Kcceivi' My IVi'mmliI Altciilioti Nit-'lit Calls will he l'mmpily At1riil.M Tt, Telephone call at Residence 141-0. At office 26-3 important HE EVENING ENTERPRISE ive TO Till-: 1SOY WHO SELLS TIIL' l,AliKST M M. I'.L'K OF OUlt 1'Al'KIiS IJETWL'HX MOXIUV. Al'UlL 11 AND AUGUST 1st A Fine New BICYCLE. A FARMER'S OPINION. This Information lo Farmers Around Jiaiic is Worth More than the J'lcsciit Value of a Jihi Full el' (iniin. !u Kn-t I'.arre, alxnit live miles from liarre I nl'i. e. tilrie lives n i;n...l, holiest, hanl w.irl.in.' tiller of tin- soil, niune.l as-oii i:. I nm . Like every other srn.-ililr farmer. .Mr. I ow stili-. ri:.. s lot- inipcrs ami one evening us he was looking over his liarre weekly, his rye 1 - li 11 nci t ! lo eateli a rea.liin.' notice which p'rovril a In.nanza for him uu.l brightened up lu's flagging spirits over the low priee of grain air! farm pro.lu. e. ami the high price ot eotn ino.lities wiii. -It are ne.-essnrv for a fanner's ex istru. T. A farmer reasons in his own pe rn, iar way ami lie rails a spa.le a spa.le. so .Mr. J low says ipii. lly to himself "I want just siu-li a n uieily as li.'ian'n Kidney Pill-. If it curries out faithfully half what it claims, it will rare my lame Im'.-k. However much goo.l may n-11 It" froin one hox, little or 11.1 harm ran' en-iir! W hen iu liarre .Mr. iovv made some ni.iiiries at Katoii's drug store about the preparation and was informed that, scores of people in this eity and the surrounding coun try had nhlaiiied 1 loan's Kidney Pills, tested tlieni. and were recounting their experiences. This was enough for.Mr. Dow. lie purchas ed a supply and what follows is his experi ence : "My kidney- troubled me for some year nil and on. lined many dill'erent remedies but without obtaining any permanent relief. In the fall of l-l.il 1 was i'n pretty bad shape and sutler, d. constant, sharp pains across my back which were at times terrible, when I would apply a mustard plaster over ni kid neys only to get relief for the time being. A weakness of the kidney secretions was very annoying, especially at night, as it .listuri.cd my rest. The secretions were also very high ly 'colored. 1 read of Dean's Kidney Pills and as they were so highly reeoiiunen. led I got a box from Kat. ill's drug store. After using th.iii the weakness was relieved and the sec retions were normal. I got a second box and w hen tail linishe.l it I was cured. 1 have not felt the least symptoms of my. former kid ney trouble since. I am so greatly pleased with the prompt and thorough manner in which Doau's Kidney Pills cured me that I am always glad to recommend them personally to any one should they call on me." I loan's Kidney Pill- are for -ale bv all dealer-. Price ."ill cent-. .Mailed by Kostrr-.MIi-biirti i n., liull'alo, X. Y.. sole agents tor the i nited Slates, Keineniber the name Dunn's and take no substitute. ONE OF TWO" WAYS. The bladder was rrcate.1 for one purpose, nanielc, a receptacle for the urine, and as surh ii is not liable to any form of disease ex cept by our or two vv ays. The lir-t way is from imperfect action 'of the kiduevs. The second way is from careless iocai treatment of other diseases. II I.!-' CAl'SK, I'nhcaitliy urine from unhealthy kidneys is tin- cliief c'an-e of bladder ir.niblrs. So the womb, like the bladder, was created for one purpose, ami if noi doctored too much is not liable to weakness or disease, except in rare cases. It is siitiatid back ot and very close to the bladder, tin i. lore any pain, disease or in convenience maun. -lid in the kidneys, back, I. holder or urii.an i assume is oilen, by mis take, attributed to i.uiale weeklies or 'vvrauh trouble of seme sJrl. 'I'he error i- easily made and mav be a-ca-ily avoided. To lind oul corn el It,' set j our urine aside lor twenty lour hours: a sediment or settling" indicates ki.lnev or l.ladd. r trouble. The mild and tne i t ra o rd i lia r eile. tel iir. Kilmer's swamp I, not , Hie l'i . at kidney . and bladder remedy s soon luilied. ll you need a medicine' you should have the bc.-l! At drusiists liity ce,,t. atid one dollar. Vou may have a sample bol tie and pamphlet, both sent tree by mail, upon itceipt of three tvvo.t-ciit stamps' tu cov . r co-t ol po.-laiie on the bottle. .Mel.tioli Tin: Haiiiii'. l.N i I'lii ui-K and st n.l your ad dress to I ir. Kilmer ,v ( o., ltiiihiu'iitiiii, X. V. The proprietors of this paper aur.iiitce the genuineness of this oiler. WILL PAY SIOO FOR ANY CASE Of WeuUnens In Men They Treat and Fail to Cure. An Oninbn. Cnmiuimr ninnA. - n . time belore the public a Magical Treat ment for the cure of Lost Vitality, Nervous and fcexunl VV eaknoss, and Restoration o Lite Loree in old aud young men. No worn-out trench remedy; contains no l'hosphorous or other harmful drugs. Jt i a V osuBitrci. Treatment magical In its etrects-positive ia itg cure. All readers! bights twirrmg fro-m a weakness that hvi!.ni '-e' causinK at mental and phjMcal Bi fering peculiar to Lost Man- mi p5 v'v nteut0 the STATE MEDICAL j ' maha, Neb., and thev will send you absolutely FREE, a valuable Sfl'thient,th,ese,rliseases' and Positive proo I of their truly Magical Tkea? ment. thous ands Of nifill. xehn ho !.. ',, . " . Ku to c, Tnre 'or treatment, if they have no Fr ,hy are Perf-'t'y reliable; Evif , ee 1 reserit.tions, Free Cure tel o'U. O. It. fake. They have ev rv In ''''f1' Hnrt Bnntee to cure bank to ll , -fhf tn IT 1,6 d10sited MKt& l cure j'ZT AJAX TAHI FTc n.?m,.!.'f . ' . cn.tl.ind. That hmL.Ti,. u inflls f toro I n-t Vu'li j lit . M '"''" in uinu for tu,iy. Vu nd t.ikeu in ume. Tl,,,.,. ;B onsunimion if uun enoris u , l;i j, r.,..,- improve, fn.t upon hnrini. t,J i J,,:-!, .t"J.r-'' S'rier fail In- ;oZ"ni1lelv " ,; 'avnmep to . 7 ,;. .... '. l r r. "'i'..i t bo i I ..el.-nee, or Hjs , ,', " ' "ll. V. i'. ,on yj b I in.. I. m p'aiii ivr'.i.,,.. rje-AJAX . -..-ii inr WJH, H, ..; .' '," 1'rteo.i ironloi 1 llcattu, IU. Bears the Ito Kind Vou Have Alwavs Bought fignature of Toflny Man. Notice, as a Prize Central Vermont Railroad. Time-Table. H.,tv. J'Kh til JAN. IviV i r hi iii.vi' iiiuru !;ii!y, except (Sunday, OWN i01Ni ciOL'TH. Ij.lO A. M.-UAll,, For liuj-tyu via. Lnftr. f iti,i,t,ui ii , .New Vork via. npringtu n; , 111 Aeiv iij(tuiMj (iniiiU. I'urlor enr to n in v a. i.uwi'li. wiihoul chrtiigt. I2.QG l'. ii . KA? 1 hi'iJiCB. rurtioM.; . ijuvvull ; .New Vork via. nfii'tughelu uj ., ijoiiir.yti hutt'm pariui carlo Itnu-i .i.lO M . LoCA. IWsiMjbK. For N. i". tu id , K.tijiiulph, ana While K". I uucLH.ij, cuiiiiccunif wilh n : i train lur indt-ur. 11.00 P. M . -N iiitl'l hXl'litti. LenxeP It.i week dy otny,but leaves MontpelitM 1.. A..H.,tiau iucludiufc! suuduy. Jfuo ii ton via. Loweil dail n.lj i. n , iloetuu v. p iu hbury, dait , y.oo a. m, , 4t w i -i t. cvpt fundaj U.-Jj a.m. i :i und;v c .. to .piiugiield, uujy . W ityuei Ui-pi"uv - -i to iuiiuii via, Lowell and tu e p r 1 1. 1 1 . UUlMi Snii h. t,50 A. M . L li. .11, fiXl'lihsM. Koi lii.r ;. loii.M. A idantt. liicliiui u, aud liuii-ti- r CunutH-trt at h-Bt x J unctiv. u wan y - ail puiu t on Uuiiana i. li. 3.05 t'. .j . M.i il-. f'jf liui liiiifiun, U v. i, Luintiridiif fl uuciluij , m .jum.-.Vi. ,i .Norwuud. Ufiaeut i 'Urfe.li. Wapiti . .. Lur U) .iuntrcul, 10 f- -M. j'-.Vi U'i for Kunti.yt ; , - . t'aiif, iiud Muiitn ai . i'uilinun sn'. t ,,. ,ii .iuritpt iit'r -J uutiiuu iu i. hicukr . ' ciirttihie. J)iif Lliica(u y A) r. . . C on Li flc a l tei-t i ijuiii lilt ini i via, iiuilanu and iiu- Suburban Service. lli.VlN.s l.l ilUN 1'i'fc.LItiit. L,eiot Uyrru -.b', y...O a. M., l-.uo, 3..J6, o.U'. 11 uu p. M 'I'HAI.Ns TO U.VKJiK. I. i-.iM- Moiuorlier 6.3), 0. 16, 10.50 a.m., 1.65, .1 ih. O.JO 1-. Williamstown Trains. Leave Bio re l.-Ju l' a . i ao e. .. liuo ... UllHtr-. tow 11 1 .on 1-. l. .1 110 P A. t.euve VV'iliiiousluW li 7.30 A. M. i.3o p. H. l':;e Burre s.oo a. m. .j.oo p. a. p. VV. HAI.I'WIN, si W . CUMMiM-s, tiea.Sunt. (i.-n.l'i.Hs .1:11, II. 11. tJTuL'eill I'D.V, sjupt. M. at VV. ii. Inv. ' Montpelier & Weils River R, l TIME-TABLE. ' 'tti tin.1 lifter Monday, Xov. 8, lsfi", rrntti v.. , run us foliowH, siutidays excelled. j M' ISC UMAX TKA1X 8KKVICK. ' Leave liarre, 7.30, 9.0 1, 10.30, a m. Li.3'J, 2.0". .. ... : 3.2ti, 7.10, lo.oo p. M. Arrive at l.intu-lter 7.. '0, 9.20, 10.60a. ., I: '. , j 2.--0,4.27, 7.3U, 10.20 p. it. Leave Aloiltpelier, 6.30 8.30, 9.45, A. M., t- t. I.Oo, 3.30, 4.00, 0.30 S..30 P. M. Arrive at liarie, rt.o, -.60, 10.05 A. M., 12.20, i.. , 3.r0, n 12, ri ii ., m..m p. m. r-iiliurtian siervice is mil. el lo uhat.Kei. A; . .! euliuli I rum the lio(.ic u. n.or trains, q.i .. r lltm , ur b tter service ill tieefaeerlully e....- . ered. Ail tram will Hoc, on digliai al uuy . lie.weeu .lioiit,.e.ier um.1 iarre tu lake passeni .old will stop ,.l auy pla'-o to leave paum-uyer-, , :, viued t u piaeo is in ;ue known to me cuiiou u i 'l'KAiMsj KAfiT AND COS.Ntll'Ul.Ni'. Connects at Well River wttta A. co.iimu )aii. u Train uuriti, aini i r. Mail aiid h.xures8 rnon Poutn r tiu i'aMlUillpft c li isio.i of Oi st"!. X Maine ii, ti. Thr,'Uh I lain -er- 1.' 0 A- M. vice fo.ni VV c.ll Klvur via. I'ljin iiiilli or While iiiver .Inncii i;! in Ijiisttin, and Via Lie.ilo.vr. K. N aini s-p. mytleld for New York. Ar in. Ll henlu'1 4.00 P a., Aew V.'li. (liralid L'etlt.-al Uepul) 7.1 i p. 1 hreukta nervice, .iurliiuton ri h' oyan. r-to(is al all pniitini JO.utlrl betwui tl VV el.s Kiver ami i-aoai,a, arriviuir at Kuliyune 4 .no P. M. eutilii-clB at Fatiyau-. witti t utu for I'url.and anil Did Orctiui-o lie .eh. Also with train tut Mini tint Mt. W'ushingtuti, arriving miiii. nut ti 30 p. j. l Olineils at , , n. oiver with ihe Mali Train nur.ii uver i'ussuiniisie Jitvl ion, and the 12 30 P- U- ' laellle I'nasl Express " viHlalnc d an raellic Railway to Munlieii . Cjueliec, l.hieago and the l'acitli' I uasl. 1'hruUKn sleepill)! ears Mini, tteal t i eliicavo every day eee.t Mitnrclays. To I'acilic . uat even da except Sotiday. Alsu with tx press Irani iirininx in Usto:i s,,,i P. .vt . Also with train for fabyans. Lancaster, Uhitelield, .lelt'e.sm., lierlin, liroveluu and liraud Tn.nu i.utlroad I unnect at Wells lilverwith K. press tram north ever 11. .v .VI. u. U. tor .st.,luhnsl)ury, l.ynd.,n ill,-, ( liartju utid Newpurt with ue in inodalti'ti train eutilli fur all sialic. i I 05 P. M. Iietweell Wells Uu,-r and H l.ne li.ver Juiieliun. Alsouiili l-xiri--train norm over VV hue ,Vu hlaln luvisiou I r Lisbon, Llltletnn, l.eth lehetn Mr. , I, I'ruiile House, I'wiii Monutaili. l-'abyalis. C'la unit's " htli tiel'l.-leffeiMinauil Lai.casl. 1 1-. W. s'T.tNY.VN, liineral Aki;, i-. U . illlKsth, Iten'l I'asf .Awelil. W . A. sl'mt KI I...J,.eral Manater. 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Trade Marks "Hi' Cnwmr.UTtitr.. Anyone sendtn a sketch nnd dtsertntion mnv ptilokly aaeertaln onr uplnlon free whether sit invention s probably r itentaWe. r.imnnim.-s. tlons atrlctly eonadetitiii. Handbook on I'stei.ls sent tree, ctldest ni-eney for soeurini; patents. Patents - taken thronch Mium Co. rocc'.v f-ptnal notice, without charire, in the Scientific American. A handsomely lltnstratei weeltlr. I unrest r r-r-tilatlon of any seientttie journal. Terms. ;' a :.?r ""I"'118. 1. Sold by all newsdealers. MUNN&Co.iBro.dw,y.NeWYork OPIUM, CHLORAL AND COCAINE HABITS A radical, positive and permanent cure guaranteed in 5 days. Absolutely harmless. No tapering 0ff procfss tf0 substitu. UOn method. For Prticnlrs addrau m stricUtt conQilsaoa R. A. OlINN, M.D., 41 Ernst 2ut Street, New York City. 'Mm ' If I '