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nterprise Associated Press Dispatches. Single! copy i 1 cent 25 cents ' $3.00 )no month, )ne year, OL. 1. XOA I. BAIUtE, VT., TUESDAY, AP11IL 2G, 1898. PHICE ONE CENT. TERMS: HE BLUE STORE ' ,J War is The Talk of Our , ' Nation. dur display of Shoes iu our window with prices attached to them is the talk of the towu. If you value , vour money buy now before leather ,, will advance. DEGEL & BRADY, Prop'rs. DEPOT SQUARE. 15ARRE, VT. ATTENTION! .'Quarry Boys, Pure Leaf, L L Ponies, Royal Savage, ARE Tlie Cigars to Smoke For Sale Everywhere. L. Lewin, M'gr. 180 No. Haiti St. Barre, vt. MEAD'S Popular Restaurant Can be found at 31 1 No. Main btreet. Mouls Served at All Hours. Wo also carry a full lino of FRUIT, CONFECTIONARY, TOBACCO and CICARS. Drop in and see our Lunch Counter. DRESS MAKING. To save the Ladies' any Trouble, We will Furnish Trimmings, Linings, and also Bonnets and Hats to matchithe Suits. lieforc having any Dresses made please call on 28 Elm Street, Next door to the Enterprise ollice get their prices. and Cameras. POCO, PKbiViu. HAWKEYE, RAY, GEM, MONROE, All the above at liberal discounts from l'st prices. We save you money on anythinjfyoii want, we guarantee everything- H. L. AVERILL, 28 "No. Main St. Tel. 31-3 To Rent. "Tmi "re.iMmal.te terms -i. ,tood stone shed with tniveliim' and Loom ilerricks. Abo some verv .leM.-al.le tenements : Inquireof. W, A. BOYCE. T one very 1-leas.nt room, I. Short Street, ll.'Vl, .....till. in iilei.MUit locution. Wlf Aliee l'reston. "T V th e room tenement on t'eurl 1 .... . ... . 1 Mm- ... I st. nwiii;ffi A-Lmk. -r-o lil'NT Five Inrce eoiineclim; rooms, I!' ir .Xknev lso single front olilee up. one flUrbt. L. M. Avenll. For Sale. r-ol! SAI.K.-A Top l W r wi .'ill sell el P. lu'l'iu-e o. " till Xo. Main Street. . . . ii.. i, ml Lot on llawi' F' six la ,uMi, I on ltnildinir I'errin mil, ami " llir-r (ra,, s " ll,H,.M.er,lfSe,;o,,1hnj1lMl.ms T. H. Whitehili s. ..1. ' iunn hi- Lot tit tl. t. (piire at Wanted. lAf ANTKH hv an experienced tfirj l VV sitiontodo (ieneral iio'i"-" giilre at powers t Lessors market. Notice Tl,,. vault' at Klniwood Cemetery wi t,:ll Vune for the purpose of removing I'" bodies from ll.MoP d. The Weather. Boston', April 25. Unsettled to-Oay ami Wednesday. Oee.isiot.al shows, l'orbubjjr North. The New Recruits Numbering 06 Men. Company E and the new members were called to a special meeting this morning which as announced by Capt. Badger . would probably be the last meeting of theconipany before it leaves the city. The purpose of the meeting was principally to ascertain the con dition of the equipments and what would be needed in that line. Capt Uadger delivered the invitation which has been extended i.y the Rev. Kftie K. M. Jones for the boys to attend a union farewell meeting to bo held at the Universalis church before the iinal leave taking. All the other pastors have been invited and the program for tho occasion is as follows ; 1. Organ Voluntary. 2. Invocation. 3. Responsive lieadioj;. Her. II. W. It. Stafford and people. 4"Som,', " America" The People. 5. Scripture Reading. Jiev. Dr. S. A'. Jackson. fl. 1'rnver. l!ev. : M. Fuller. 7. Konjr, "The Star Spangle Banner." The Peopie, 8. Address. Mayor John W. Gordon. 9. Address. liev. J. A Slirrhurna. 01. Song, 'The Hed White and Blue." The People. 11. Address- liev. Kftie K. M, Jones. 12. Song, "The Ihittle My in of The Republic" The People. 13. Benediction. liev. T. II. Mitchell. Daniel II. Uisbee W A Marsh DAI) Bishop F C Katon Clms S Currier John Brown A N C'ayhue O M Wiltshire J II Fish Silas Daily W C Douglass K 1) Smith Wallace Poore W G Adams Antonuio Kossi Robert Byrnes Atlo Mariaiina Fred II Stevens James booth l.,m.Ll Bhiky , T A Boyce Ja' k Leslie Augusto Langinetti Giusseppi Bcrtucci M S Drown James McXaiighten US Mills John R Smith B K French W (i Spoouer A D Perkins L J Minidie James Millie Sam Gerrard Louis Gay John M C'onley J M Thurston Chas Ashley FCIves P T Fitzpatrick Thomas Ireland Phil Dubey John (iobl.i Henry Cassellini H W Jones L L C'uiniiiings II L Bom-ick An hie Mcl.eod F N Cokey W R Mibie J J McAuley S K Dobbs LJ Bailey B II Humphrey James Sullivan K S Milne 1) Gonlino Clinton Nelson' Leon (iundcll Frank McRea B Sartelle 1, K Dana L L Griirsis W i 1 1 Adams Peter McMorrow ,1 M C Thompsoii W W Russell J (!has Boss Joseph McConnick John Crnickshank S 11 Chickcriiig J P On way John Kerr Will Lu.-hawiiy L H Clark . L J Gibbons B S Bishop Paul Myrtle Fred Steele Walter Thurston W II Stewart Ira Wriiiht John S'c ensoll G V M't-elioii.-e W J Flynn I) J Donovan W J Tinimo'is W J Knright . 11 Murphv G A Piovenche t C F l.'onelle ('has Kirkhiiid Chas Bishop B F Heath 11,1 Fuller F A York Whv sutler with Corn's hen y;u ,.rtll ,e then removed without pa.u l.v Mini. S- M- Y""K, 12 hlmhi- Big Spanish Cruiser ' Capturejd Carried Supplie Army. I Most Valuable Prize Two More Prizes Brought In. Spanish Admiral will Sail at once Millionaire Regiment. Nkw YotiK, Apr. 26. William As ter Chandler has now 1"00 men en rolled in his voluuteer regiment. No more applicants will be received. Assembling at Key West, Four MfKtio, Va., Apr. 2fi. The transport Panther with 800 men es corted by the Montgomery left this noon for Key West. War Revenue Bill. WAsinxr.TOJi, Apr. 20. The war revenue bill was reported to the House at noon. Mass. National Guard Guard the Coast. to Ilniiii.ANH Lnmr Apr. 20 The Cruiser Minneapolis passed here at seven o'clock this morning, apparently bound for Bos ton, (iov. Woloot has issued a dateniriit that the Massachusetts Mil.tia must be used to guard the state's coast line and that vo'untecrs to the President's mes sage must be volunteers in fact. Bernabe in Toronto. London, Apr. 2H. The government will he questioned today in the House of Commons us to whether Bcniabe is at liberty to use Toronto as a base for supplying information to Spain against the United States. The Somers held ia England I-'.u.moi tii, Apr. 20. The torpedo boat. Somers has been nolili" 1 in view of the neutrality measures that the must not leave port, and a British tor pedo boat has taken up a po.-ition near her. England Neutral. l.oM.oN, Apr. 20. A naval decree was printed this morning in the 1. on. Ion (iazette, proclaiming that Ureal liiitain would remain neutral. Massachusetts Artillery to Man Fort Warren. IiosToN. AH 20. The lirM lvejinnet of heavy artillery in ihe .Mas-aehuselts volunteer militia were reviewed here by the (iovernor and the Mayor at noon today while the regiment was on the inarch to Fori Waircn where they will be slalioued for (he pr.wcnt. There were 12 batteries. The st reels were elaborately decorated and were crowd ed Willi people who expressed great en thusiasm. The batteries were from the following cilies : Iiiiteton, Tauten, Fall Uiver, New l.edford mid Chelsea. panish or Taken Franc Neutral. l'Mits, Apr. 26. The French gov ern incut today approved the neutrality proclamation. ; Morro Castle Did Not Fire. Washington, Apr. 2ti Secretary Long at 11 o'clock today authorized an emphatic denial of the report that ad vices have been received stating that Morro ('as tie hint lired upon cur licet and tliat our shis responded, lie says that the reprt:(f!vas unfounded from every olUoiajjoUjc( e. Trouble in Manilla. lloNi; KoNci, Apr. 20. The United States consulate from Manilla, arrived here today. They left Manilla Satur day, at which tunc the in.-urgents were inasMiig around the country and a mas sacre of the Spaniards was apprehended. The Spaniards have laid a complete net work of mines around Manilla J The in surgent leader Aipiina'do is aboard the cruiser ( My nipia. Gov. Grout Notified. Washington, Apr. 21! . Secretary Alger no:ilicd (iovenor (irout last night that the quota of men that would be railed for from Vermont would be a full regiment'. This means the 12tKl men. Want the Call Changed. IlAitTt'oKi. Conn. Apr. 2( The vol untcer call causes dilliculty here There arc no batteries in the Conuerli cut Militia. The war dcbartuu-iit hai been akeil if thecal! eai.le.l be eh;in.;i d Spanish War Ships Not Needed. Havana, via l, IHanci has liotili Madiiil that he ni.on. Apr. 20. i i-ii . I Ihe government bi can defeii I llav.lia Spanish war ii .. i i:ln.n! id of Another Capture. Kr.v i s r Apr. 20 The lig.-M iiiic I tends M angrove has bccii cap lire. I t ie iiu Spai.i-h allilliary ( 'riliser I'.anania -h" is of l:,c Cel.edas line .mil 1. fl New Yurlv for Havana Ap.-ii 2(t i with a Uvs. upp'v of siore for tin' Spauis.i army ami carried a number of Spanish refugees. She is a very. valuable prize She is a sessel of 28b!) Ions burden. The prize crew was taken possesion of. She was captured twenty miles from Havana last night. The Jlangrnvr lired three. ints across the Panamas bow latter 'paid no 'attention, then the Mane-rove ordered them to lieave to or she would send a shot through her. The Panama stopped immediately and surrendered. Will Not Give Up Prizes. Washington, Apr. 20. The Cabi net has decided not to release the Bu ena Ventura or any prize but let the courts settle the matter. A Traitorous Bigot. Ca.mi'.kiixik, Apr. 20. Norton of Har vard today advised the students not to enlist, lie said the patriot call for them was to slay at home, and devote their lime to advancing civilization. The Ireland Held, Kingston Apr. 20 The mail steam er Ireland which is said to have been purchased!!- the United States has been forbidden to sail on account of the neutrality. The Columbia Sails. Xwwroirr Apr. 20 The cruiser Col umbia sailed this morning destination unknown. Day Secretary of State. Washington, Apr. 20. The. Presi dent today nominated Day Secretary of Stale, vice Sherman, and John B.Moore of New York was nominated assistant secretary. The Senate committee on Foreign Relations has agreed to be unanimously in favor of the nomination of Judge Day ami it will probably be confirmed today. New Hampshire one Reg't. CoNcnii. Apr. 20 (iov. Ramsdcll has designated the third regiment of the National (iuard as the regiment to answer the I'resUlent'Ii call for volun teers. The New Hampshire quota is one regiment. To Save Our Rights. -; Washington, Apr. 20. The stale department lias sent all foreign nations notice of tin- declaration of war which took effect Apr. 21. This was done to save our rights. Want Their Own Colonel. i Si-uigi I I'.l.n, 111. Apr. 20. John A. L-.gati's determination to command the rcgiiueiil of cavalry from Illinois has delayed ihe ollieial call for troops several hours, (iov. 'fanner says he will stand by Ihe National (iuard at all luzarils ; ami thill they shall be commanded by their own colonel and no! by I. og.-iu.il It was final y settled that Mayor Young of Chieag . slial command. Two More Prizes. Kr.v W i:st, A nr. 2'.. The gunboat j Newport lias jus! bi-.nihl in two m ore i pi.e. c.-pttuel tins morning. There is a lo,.p. Tiic l'a'pielto and a schooner I'iereno two Cuban coasting vessels. Spanish Fleet Will S.ul At Once. Mm. :.-!:. A t. 20. !' U on at . here that I a d .'.d .i . a j S.. Vlil .Hi' t i.-.-...e.i. t. -a I .Vi'll -l. .-del'-, unless lie is sent l : lill-i i I" I'. lite I States Heel it..! iv. Most of the St .tes Prompt. V shin.;; c. Apr. 20. M s' of tin-e-.,ern us ,i,ive ina.le prompt and urnl ifviii"' reports in the call for volunteers. Chaiiiiiaii I'ni.leV reported the war revenue, bill to the House at 12:(H'. The Senate and House have agreed to a conference report on the army reorgan ization. Boston Harbor Closed, Hosr.v. A i-. 2.'.. 'fie harbor will Iw. elnse.l to all shins liclweeii sunset . , t, ......... - - , and sunrise from now on. Sponges. We have just received a new stock of Sponges of all kinds for different uses. Sponges for the Bath (i " Carriage " Polishing Fine Small Larsress Stock in ENDRICK & CO, Pharmacists. 205 X. Main Street. Eclipse ITER BRAKE Greatest Improvement in 98 Is the WHEELS. ECLIPSE BICYCLES Stand the Test. G. J. BAKKE, HARDWARE, WE ARE TAKING Daily, for Suits, Overcoats and Trousers. Xot a misfit this season and we do not expect one, as TC'iit etfe is taken in measureing, and the gf.od.-s arc Hi: lit. Suits from $1 1,00 to $30.00. Trousers from $3.00 to $9.00, Gents Furnishings, ' OQX. MA1X STItEKT We can sell You a VICTOR BICYCLE '98 Model for $40.00. Bicycles, Bicycles. The (ireatest Iaro';ii:i on Wheels evei1 known are now (tiered f' r the i.e.t o0 das. The Keating Wheel is the Leader, In nil the bie ele races except one las' year iu 1 1 e state ol Maine the prize us won l.v a Keating. V"T years it, has b.-eu considered ."0.") days nlie.. 1. 1' all. .the.-s. We have uliec's fsi tl tTlt iT ill prize (l-fnu .".() d -au, and for the next .'10 , ,v- w.- -..til at... . e eh, meter, hell unit a 2D coupon suburban ticket wil h each m h. . I -.,iil. ii ':. iiav von to et our prices and exao.inc iliese line hijrh urade j .,, is ai our bicycle' parlor. 17 FIKST C W. POTTER, Agent. SIBLEY'S Pseat Market NO. BARRE. Pull line of Meats, Veg etables and Canned Goods. Specialty of Poi'k Products. Notice. Ml those holdinir cheeks for photo: ' are reiptoted lo sit for ihe same at oi : l.l.lillll-.li.MAA Ml HKI. I . S0. Main St. liarre, Vi. 25c. to $2.50 15c. to 1.00 15c. to 35c. 6c. to 15c. use Mills Town. Opposite Depots. Automatic and EYNOLDS & SON, VERMONT. MEASUREMENTS ust in Co. Books and Stationery. .BAKKE, VT. AVK., MONTPKLIKU, VT. MILLINERY AT HALL & HAYFORD'S. We Deal in allsoitsol Mil linery and always carry a Full Line of Goods At Reasonable Prices. 7-1 No. Main !st. One largest size Kerosene Oil (ias Stove, with Oven, usual price 822.00, Will sell tor cash to eloe at 317.00. This stove cannot explode and suits all users. L. M, Averill.