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tHE EffciRiEliVEiiNESDAVi MARCH 5; lftQO '
HI MS Otir Bargain Table 1 ... y ( . . :"our Choice at Only S Very Cheap, LOCAL ANI MISCKLI.ANKOUS Lent The public schools opened Monday. The almanac tell ns that it U spring. Public sales are numerous this spring. Read np the article on road improve ment. The new designs of postage stamps have arrived. What stone roads we have answers for about half a loaf. Just form a trust on Ice ir you want w gathei in the shekels. A. M. Bassctt forwarded bis olter pelt to Cleveland Saturday. A new line ol mail cars have been placed on Ihe Bee Line. Large quantities of maple syrup are be Ing brought to this place. The tinware dealers are busy making cheese vats and sugar outfits. Very few subjects have been haulded np In-fore the Mayor this Inter. The March lion used his prerogative the 1st, 2d and 8d days of the month. . No artificial light is needed lo perlorm labor by from 7 a. in. until 6 p. m. A number ol the detained grippe rs are just able to walk out with a cane. Flocks of wild ireese have passed over Ibis place going to the north-west ft-. - l 1 : . : .. ...... t , .. , lli ra will Ka I llf lUUluakiiTiiv nir inn. -w plenty of Ice houses to let this seas n. ' The W. A L. E. company will construct a bridge ovei the Ohio river this summer. An unusual tiumber of periodicals have be. n ordered Iron, this .flic this winter. - The increase offered per dozen lor kill ing sparrows fails to enthuse the nlmrod. "' Tbe piper over In Medina are always full f railroad m-ws about sugar making time. Congressman Wickhara move very ilow io recommending a successor to Mr. Bueh. Very little has been besd from the ad- yoPHtes of "Is marriage a failure f" this winter. The hack on the Oberlin line has not arrived on time but very few day this winter. Tuesday was pension day. The notar ies were buay all the forenoon filling out blanks. If you want to lease a choice business ro.uu or a desirable residence consult our business local. By the tale bill printed at this office a number of the farmer are disposing' of their dairy cows. Ticket No. 2451, held by W. F. Crosier, drew the gold watch at Eugene Robin- ton's Monday evening. The death record has been very light here since Jantiir 1st, a compared with the two preceding year. Horr, Warner & Co. caused a slde-trsck to be constructed from the W. & L E. R'y to the Williams Ice house. The annual settlement ol tho township trostee took place Monday. Order were drawn lor the usual bill for tbe year. W. W. Harvey ha removed the stock ol clothing pun based of the estate ol A. II. Fitch, deceased, Into hi own store. ... - - .1 i ' ; D. L. Wadiworth say that he I the only person in tbUpfsca holding original hare of stock of tin- W. 4 L E, K. R It Is about time to begin lo make a (fate for the officers at tbe spring election. There will be a mayor and councllmen to K ct. . ... Tbe Individuals who accepted share of stock In the W. 4 L. E. R. R. for money a vanced have l'iund It to be a aa-paylng Investment. . The B. & O. Ry. Co. are contemplating C nstructlug an air line of sixty flvs mile foin Akron to Chicago Junction in Boron coun'y. Attend tho concert to-morrow, Thurs day evening, March Oth. The Park Sla te. stand at the head w tblt country. Se cure your seats early. Quit a number bare been reported In town looking after vacant houses, but everything Indicate that Ihe tupply will be equal to the demand., r It I stated that appropriate ceremonies will be held In honor of . Horatio Perry' one hundredth anniversary sUnuld he live to icomilvte the time, March 18. . t Thirty thousand dollar ha been d'Hwn by six of the employes of the Bee Line In Clev.-l.ind within the past year trora the lottery ct New Orleans. About two years ago everyone was in teresied In reaching the Trenton rock. The natural gas found in this place has not proved a very profitable Investment. A social hop will be glyen at the town ball Friday! evening by the dance club. Vocal and Instrumental music furnished by the Boston, of Cleveland. Admission to spectators, 25c. Ladles Iree. The great West appears to be supplying tliis part of the United States with com, flour and mea's. What can thefurmer here turn his attention t to create a reasonable per cent profit on his invest- m.-nt? The town clock is still run on standard time, and a numbt-r appear to be more favorable to its adoption than there were a few weeks ago. Let tliu bull keep on roll ing in this direction and there will soon he no flood-wood In the wav of siandnrd time becoming the time of Wellington. While the Big Four company are order Inz new couches, en sines and box csrs they should not frtet tl.elr old style pas senger station nouses along tne line. About every one of them on this division stood as land-marks before the civil war. Nice, clean, modern Improvement struc ture always answer as a good advert'sc ment for a mad. Tbe closing of the post-office on Sun day atpears to cause some discussion. One of Ihu hotel keepers considered it a very had move, as, said be, "it Is very es- sential that my puests remaining here over Sunday should have an opportunity to get their mail on Sunday morning." Various other reasons are assigned against the movement, whllo there are muoy anxious to nave it closed from Saturday night to Monday a. m. After devoting several month In corre sponding. Col. Couch ha finally secured Mr. Oenville Howe and Oscar Slsson in their latest production, entitled "Wild Oats." The .-resist mimical comedy ol tbe age. Twelve vocalists and comedians. The wardrobe Is excellent the couipscy large and strong. Oo snd see the greatest comedy tin earth. Will appear at tbe opera house Wednesday evening, Mar. 12. Ti. kits at Adams' drug store. Attention Is called to the card announc ing lectures at the opera bouse Friday and Saturday evenings of tbi week. The speaker ho resided In Dakota for a num ber of years, and bas been In tbe lecture field during the season for tbe past nine years, hence 1 ably prepared to relate the trials and tribulations the poor people have to undeigo who have to reside in that country. She should bo lavored with a good aurUence each evening. PERSONAL MENTION. W. E. Whitney, of Albion, O, occasion ally drops In to see his old friends. F. C. Ltach attended the funeral of bi brother In Rochester to-day. Capt Morrow, of Cincinnati, Is spend ing the week In town on business T. W. Burrows, formerly train master of tbl division of the Bae Line, Is now in tbe Insane asylum at Buffalo, N. Y. Mr. F. D. Felt is In Cleveland looking after spring stock of good. The many friends of W. D, Miner of Borllngame, Kan., In this place will be pained lo learn of tbe death ol Mrs, Miner, which occured at her borne Feb ruary 27, alter a long and continued 111 nesa. Editor Reefy, of tbe Elyrla Democrat, paid a a pleasant call Friday afternoon Mr. Reefy was here in tbe interest ol better road. Mr. C. G. Armstrong went to Cleve land last week to attend her son' twenty fifth wedding anniversary. E. L. French I engaged as purchasing agent lor L Jf. Genet, wholesale lumber dealer New York City. We wish him success. Misses Irma and Fern Smith visited friends In Plymouth last week. How Giye Attention To the trarlflcstion of your blood, for at no season I tne noay so suscepuoie io tbe benefit to be derives Irom a gooo medicine, a in March, April and May. Hood's Satsapanlla is tbe people' favorite spring medicine. It stands on equalled for purifying the blood, curing scrolula, salt rheum, etc., regulating the kidneys and liver, repairing nerve tissues. strengthening and Invigorating the whole body, as well as checking the pro gress of acute ana enronio aitease, ana restoring the afflicted parts to a natural. healthy condition. If yon have never tried Hood's Ssrsanarllla for your "spring medicine," ao so tnti season. ' Shows Big Values. Very Church Notes and Announcements. 14ETU0DIBT. A Shadow social will be given by the young people ol the Epworth League In the parlors of the church on Wednesday evening. Warm sugar will be served from 7 to 8 o'clock. On Thursday evening the first of a series of special Lenten service will beheld. All are Invited. The theme of the morning sermon next Sunday will be "The Kingdom of 0d In Human Society." The Presiding Elder, Dr. F. S. Hoyt, will preach In the evening. The Quarterly Conference will be held on Monday evening at seven o'clock. C0NURE0ATI05SL. The supper and entertainment announc ed to take place Friday evening has been posponed until Friday March 14th Council Proceedings. Council met in regular session Monday evening, Mayor JIusted, Clerk Goodwin, and all the councllmea resent except Vischer and FollanBbee Minutes of previous meeting read and approved. The following bills were approved ot by committee on finances and an ordinance passed for the payment of same. J. White, lighting lamps $ 18 00 W. E. Pelrce, oil, etc.. .'. 18 45 S. A. Wllllamr 45 00 Feeding tramps 1 50 March payment on Town Hall ... 234 88 W. H. Sage, for money borrowed for street improvement 1038 50 Miss M. Whitney, same 1038 67 An ordinance was passed accepting S. S, Warner' plat, sitnated In tbe north east part of torn. Informal remarks were indulged in relation to constructing a aewer adequate to draw the surplus water from the corporation tbe coming year, but nothing definite was arrived at, There being nothing further the council adjonrned. Lectures at the Opera Honse. Ella Gerard of Huron, Dak., will deliver, on Friday aad Saturday evenings of ibis week, two lectures on "Dakota, the Way Poor People Live, Effects of Blizzard, Prairie Fires," and her own bitter expert ences In holding two claims all alone, in buildings eight by ten. These lectures sre to be delivered io the Interest o the W. R. C. Admission, 25c.; children, 15c. Lecture to begin at 8 o'clock. The Sick. One case of measles was reported, but Health Officer Thomas was on band and prevented It from spreading. The Russian lcavlns, and yery few extend invita tions for bis return. Mrs. C. H. Morton, ot Booth Pleasant street Is dangerously sick. Mrs. J, Planner is slowly recovering from tbe effects of the Is grippe. Public Sales. Mr. Berr Ream will offer for sale Mon day, March 10, at 10 a. m. on toe premises of Isaac Ream situated 2 mile west and 1 miles north of Spencer, dairy cows, yearlings, calves, stock ewes, work horses, yesrllng colt, shoats, brood sow, wagon, double and single harness, farm-' ing implements.cblckens, bronze lurkevs, snd other articles. Henry White and. A. W. and W. A. Gannett will offer for sate Bnturday March Din, at 10:00 a. m. on the A. W. Gannett farm 2 miles west of Spencer. 15 dairy cows, thorough bred Jersey boll, yearlings, brood sow, shoats. mare colt coming 3, acme harrow, fan nlng mill, cultivators, ten tons hay In barn and other articles. Henry White auct J. F. McCoy will offer lor sale Satudav March 15th at 10 a. m. on prtmeses situ a'ed 1 mile north and 2 miles west of Homer. Dairy cow, brood mare, 2 colts coming 2, 1 yesrllng, 7 stands bees, cbik- ens farm snd spring wagons, farm Ira plements, bay, oats, bam and ahouldei and household goods. II. White, aoct Call for Tear Kail. S.G.Pow, Mr. Caytllloa Velrango, Mr. Hattta WarS. ' ' Qso. 0. Bnsa, P. M. Steady work on salary I offered to men furnishing good references by tbe Guar antes Nursery Co., of Geneva, N. Y. See their "ad" In another Column.; 10, Wbaa Baby was sick, w gave bar Oattorla. Wnae so was a Child, aha sited tor Oaatorla, , Whea she bseaaj Miss, she slant to OasMria, When she had ChOdrw, aha t them Castor!. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. ' 150! Cheap, Road Improremeiits. On behalf of tbe committee appointed lo Investigate snd recommend some meth od ef improving the roads of Lor am county, Mr. F. 3. Reefy, of Elyrla mot the citizens or Wellington snd vicinity on Friday alternonn and evenlnc.and laid be. fore them iha results of their investiga tions. The plsn tust seemed to tbe com' mittee most practicable Is briefly! out lined as follows: The work to be under taken by the county; tbe roads to be Mradamized, first excavating the rood bed to tbe proper depth and a foundation laid Jot sandstone, six inches In depth snd ten feet wide; on this sn additional six inches ol gianlte (hard heads) or lime stone, ss might he found most economical broken to proper size, and all thoriuuly rolled with a fifteen or twenty ton roller. This Is the kind ol road in use In Eng land, France. Switzerland and many parts of Germany, some of which have been In use hundreds of years snd sre In good condition still. Borne or those leading ih rough Switzerland were built by Crcsar before the beginning ol the Christian era and are now the finest roads in the world I nse roads are very common In many parts of the United States, Ohio having many mll'-s In the southern half of the state, tsllms'es nave been ask.-u and re ceivcd from many engineers and conlrac tors of large expsrince. and i Is believed that such a rmd cm b built for an average i-f f2,50000 per mile. The roads mapped out for improve. menl over the county amount to about 110 miles and sre distributed as follows. Beginning at the son ih line of Hunting ton, north lo Olierlln and Elyrla, Bnchtou east to the center of Penfldd, Rochester switch east to the town I'ne of Welling ton. tnrne nnrtli to lue east and west center road, tlirotuh Elvria east and west to tbe county lines, LaOmngu to Elyrla fnun the HUIl-u road north towards tbe lake and along the lake shore, about 1 miIIks ol gravel road that can be built lor $1800.00 per mile, (Oils however is In eluded In the 110 miles estimated) snd some other slmit spurs, tiie location of which we do a-1 now remember. Tbe estimated cunt, $3,500.00 per mile, includes the necessary tools and inacliin ery lor doing the work, aud fur the 110 mil. s, would amount to the sum of $275, 000,00. This sum it taxed, in s slngl year upon the i.creagi.- of laud in th county without reference l value would amount to 80 cenls per acre, certainly uot an exiruvagant sum for such au Im provement as the one under consideration. But It would not bo practicable or economical to build such an extent ol road in a single year and it ol course la not contemplated. Fifteen to twcniy-flvo miles of road would be as much as coulu he profitably undertikeu in one year. Suppose tbe work should be distributed, say, oer five years. The lax duplicate of the county 1 now shout $19,000,000.00 and it is thought that the next apportion merit will not materially chango this amount. The larms will likely U- n-ducrd In valuation, while the Increase of wealth tu tbe villages will make tbe total value ol property In the county about the same. A taxjof three mills mi the dollar would raise $57,00000 ,er year, or $385,000 in tlve yeurs, a aiiin according to I'n-ss esti mates, more tliuii snftluieut t" pay for tbe proposed improvement Tbi would cost a man 4hia prooeny has sn assessed value, of $1000. $3.00 per year for five years, certainly not a very extravagant sum even for a poor man. While the town hall was being built we paid three, aad part of tbe time, four mills, during s. period of seven years. This Improvement could be wade wltb a leas tax, without crt-atlug any debt, snd without ths payment of any Interest, and would be worth more than tne Interest on Its co si every year alter It was made. This work is likely t- be begun very soon in souib parta of thetxiunty, If It Is not undertaken by the county at large. The people of the north part are al ready propiwlng to divide the county and proceed to ths Improvement of their roads by themselves If the souiu half Is not willing to Join them. This would be very unfortunate for as, lor tl.s reason tbst the average cost per mile of Improving tbe roads In tbe south would be much greater than In the north ha!f of th county, owing to the fact that the material would have to be brought a much longer dis tance. And sgain the railroad property, the tax upon which would build one ninth ot tbe Improvement propesed, lies mostly la tbt north ot ths county and by this division ws should fall to receive any thing like our Just proportion of the tunds from this source. Other counties are already beginning to move la tbl direction, and mod bound as w are, we cannot long delay action with safety lo our farming and business interests. Ths question of durability and repairs have already been settled In favor of this kind of s road by the ex per enre fit others in much lessfivored localities. . ,-. - This was not presented as the plsn to be adopted, but "a plan" that appeal d most feasible and practicable, one to be thought of and discussed, that nut of It may be evolved that which shall best meet our necessities. The finegolug are few ol tbe thoughts presented in tbe our and a half address of Mr. Reely, the substance ot which we givo entirely Irom memory, no notes having been taken at the time He gave besides many facts and figups that Indicated considerable investigation and study, In a fair and dis passionate niauni r, and was at lh do-e tendeied a unanimous vote of th.uk. No harm certainly can come from a dis cussion of this subject for something may be add. d to our knowledge ot the matter even If the time lor end ring upon the work of improving our loads has not yet come. It may be, however, that a thorough acquaintance with the subj ct will uuike ihe obstacle to linprov. ment look less loimulalile, Its expense lesa bur, dcni-ome.and the advantagi-a to be derived therefrom more desirable, than mi tin at first appear. Nothing must be done, how. ever, hastily or Incoualderatcly. IM lis be sure we are riulit be I ore we go ahead and then go. How's This? We offer one hundred dollars reward for any ease of Catarrh that cannot he cured by taking IIhK'h Cm hurl. Chip. F J. CHENEY ., l'roi'B..TolHh.,a We the underpinned, have known f J Cheney for the hift 15 years, nnd liellev. Is i sis per f fi tly lionoiHlile in all biiauiear ransactimia anil nnancially able lo earn mt any obligation made l.y their (inn. vtesl iX I max. wholesale DruniM.th Toledo O. Waldinir, Kannan & Marvin wholesale ilruvglal, Toledo, O. K H. Van lloew ii, Cashier Toledo Na tional Bank, Toledo, (). Hall's Catarrh Dure ia token internaih. acting direcilv upon the llo--d and mu cous surfacp of th- system. Price 71c tier bottle. Hold by all diueniHU. fialiraitnn nil -.Hliuail ram. A good record. '1 have sold Cham berlain'" Coiil'Ii lb nie.ly n- ten year"," says dniKL'lKt, E. B. Leeir. i.l Vail. Ia., and have alwas warranted it and never ha.l a laittle returned During Mie pa-t W Qavs 1 nave sold twelve il.ir.en. and t has given iwrferi oatixfacilon In rver instance." It doe not dry up a roueli; but looena and relieve it. li will cure a s- vcre cold in leg, lime iIihii anv nib' r Ireatmeni. 50 celii and $1 bottl. s fov sale by F. D. Felt, Drunglst. Your rheumatism may lx nail; we will admit it ti be very bad, and that you have expended a gi eat deal of money tor medicine and Ireiiinient without rcceiv ing much Iwriettl; hilt lememlar Dial others ime KiifieiH e veil more, and yet he.p permanent!) cured. No i-aae of rhenmatiMii can la so had Hint ('hninlier laln'a pain Balm will not erne the pain and help it, and hundreds l rae tha' had Ionic been r.-g-rited as incurable hav tlel.led to the K.Mithing effects of this grnut It. ineily. I'lie prompt relief from udn l alone worth many times ila r.t 50 rem bottle, lor sale hv K. I). Fell, Druggist. Special Bargain. A galvun'ned inai t-oal oil tank and pump t- l- s-.al cheap. Apply at Ent- EltPKISK office. WE HIRE MEN ON SALARY And pay their traveling rxensrn (unless they prelera e.inimlaaii.nl, and itlva tliein liniiloy ment twelve months In the vanr. We now want a lame numlH-r to ll-it order for a lull line..! nuranry aloek wMi-h are lll'AKAN TKK true l uuine and flrat elnai In every par tleular No ennerlenee needed Kull Inairuc tlnna furnlahed. li.xHt referenee required. Addreas.istulli.it aire). TIIE UI'A RANTKE SUKSKRT CO . J. K. Ulrd. Manager Hpneva, N. Y. AN OPEN WINTEK Aud tha ffickel Plate Restaurant (a H'll open (-r tha jnlenrlninoiit of the weary traveler. H.Mrdlng and l.udrlnr Meala er. d at all hoar. Uy.tei In all t Iw. and Ice rrmat In Ihe ae.i-n Kim. !'" of Tohaixoe, Candle- aad Lonrecllonerv eourtantly on nana, C. D. EDWARDS, Propr. New Stock! Wall Paper, From 10c. up per Dou bio Roll CHEAP &00D3, Good Goods, on tho first Floor don't have to climb stairs to see them. : F. E. JOHNSON, : , ;'. ; . : . Paperhasger. ' Work ' neatly and thoroughly done, Carpets do not need to lay taken tip. furnish canvass to cover the floor. P0VDIR Absolutely Pure. , Tblfpowdviuetet ri. A uiarvsl of paittfc (treutrtli and aulwtnieneffp. More ecouomlca than the imtlnar) kind, and cannot be sold In competition with the mnltitndenflow teat, ah.ni wuiKlit,alin or piiofimate powuers eoia oniv in can. Itoynl Raking Powder Co., 104 Wall it. N. I BCS IVRSP LCALS. KOIt HEN I cheap. uu gKd business r.aim aim n iiiinilK-r ol very desirable re, ideni-ea. i). L. WausWOIVTH. FOR HE .V T n-iiUM? nxt to Dr. Smith's reaidence, Cortland uveuue. Enquire of Dr. Smith. ; HOUSE FOR HKN l-Tbe property of M. O Unetie, slnmied oil John Ht., lor rent tjliKAP, lo fait.iiy without Children. Oood I'ieii'i n. u.kuI reii.ir mid good garden. En(Utre ot W. E. l'eiice. (13 NOTICE. If you want a fine finish and nice rl-an laundry work done, send liy F U. lilbwii, ugi-iit !nr tlie Troy st..ni laiindrv, ol Klyrin, tihi.i. Office at Portal Teleitrnph Cnlile Co. All work warranted to give B:,ii..:i, ti"ii. O.mkIs seut every Thursday m.uni.ig ntH:10. Returned and Midy for d'-llv. rv Siiurdny eveni'.ir. Your patronage r spe'tliilly solicited, ('all and be convinced. Your respectfully, F. D. Gnwos, Agent f FARMERS, ATTENTION I Hor.ea For Sale. A car load of street car borne jiiii received aud for sale cheai,. .Mostly mares, anu young, tail at our stables. O. I) Foots; & Co. Mrs. F. D. Felt will open hfr millinery storo March 10 with a uew and complete line of goods. Ladies are invited to call. WANTED Cabinet-makers. WantorV iv flrst-o.las, active workmen, to whom offer steady employment at gcxid wagea. Address, Tbe Lorain Mfg Co., Lorain, 9 FOR SALE OR RENT my bouse and lot weal ol town. Also tbe Biggs bouse on Conrtland avenue. Enquire of J. 9 Case. Hesidi nee corner Magyar and Proy pect streets. (10 ' KOR SALE Farm and village "pr"i erty. Inquire of J.T. Haskell, Att-at-Law, Wellington, Ohio. FOR HALE, CHEAP-K.itse and tot ace ol bind, good fruit, barn and othei i.ut-d.tor build'ngs Convenient for keen ing chicken-, cow, etc. Inquire of W. T. Starr at J. W. Wilbur's. (10 A t nrd If you wish artistic and thorongh den tal a'ork call on Dra. Iloltirook & Farmer siici essors to Dr. II 3. llolibrook. Fi)RALK. A dmirah! house unl lot n Balk, r street; also one on Do Wolf tnet. Ala.ve pioper'y la offered very i-heiip. Enquire of 11 N. Goouwis of (. HAS. iM I.IjVRD. II . llourie and Lot for Pale. 1 My bouse and Inl can be bought on very reasonable I. ins or rhesp far cosh. For riiculars inquire ol C. bags or J. V Wilbur Wellington, O. CHOK E DAIRY BUTTER. -I keen a supply ol choice dairy butter iu quantities to suit purchasers on hand at II i lilies. u. wuxard. 1 itch. Mance. snd Scratches on tinman or animals cured in 80 minutes by Wocf- l.-rrt's Ki iillatv Lotion. 11.1s never till Hold hv E. W. Adams, Druggist, Welling ton.Ct.lo. if . Notice. J. M. O ahtree will pay tbe highest narket prices lor live snd dressed h.arjs veal calves, dry and green bides and pelts If you have neuralgia, cold, sore tht.asi. tc use Pralt's Family Liniment. rla y drngslst Try Pratt's Horse Liniment Bure cuts for all blemishes, bold by druggists. Mrs. F. D. Felt will open her millinery store March 10 with a uew mid complete line of goods. Ladies are invited to call. Farm For Sato. A choice farm containing 75 acres, slid terl ii miles east of Center of Pen 11. Id. Hood huse, barn and out buildings, all In excellent repair; SO seres river bottom i.eiglitHirbtMKl unexcelled: till per recti terms easy For further lolounatioo in- quire of W. J. Krehl.s, PnnAeld.or Lymaa .icovilie, on li.wnBinp una roan obiw.tu I'enfleld and Wellinvton. loOlT THE MARKETS Cueeae. oiiriiiNTsrosa WkrisEhoiko Mar. 5. . beese, 2515 pkgs., weighing 67310 lbs. Ilutter, m " " U738 Ohioytaodard 8) Voung America h Family Favorite 10 General Produce. Butter, dairy, per B..... 0.10 9 Oraumtatv bjtler W lb. . . . 28 3hickens,dressed,perli. .07 0.09 rurk.adr-sseU'per m. u.w Eggs, per dos Ham, smoked, per ... 0.06 Tallow, pe Hides, per I. I.... 0.00 U iiikI bleak .. ..' 01 0.181 0.W o!ob Hurloln H loiil.ier Sieak V Potatoes, per bo 40 Apples.dried, la quart era and cored, per 0.03 . Apples, siloed 03 0.00 Maple Sugar. 17c 4 Bugar 7e.l f Oraln, Float and Feed."'1 ' Flour, per sack (49 Bs).. 1.20 9 1.20, Graham flour, per cwt.. 8.00 ... , Cora meal, per cwt...: 0.90 1.00 Chop.percwt .00' ' 1.00' s Middlings, per cwt....; 0.00 0.70' Bran, perewt. ........ O.W ' 0.7O ' Oil Meal, per cwt...... 0.00 i J 1.80 ' Corn, shelled, per bush. 0.00 " 0.49 - Corn, In ear, per bush., 0.00 0 49 .Wheat... 0.00 0.77 Oats net bui..,,. ...... 0.80 0.8J,.