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VERMONT WATOHMAN A 8TATE .lOFBKAL WFDFE8DAY, JULY 18 1900. A6RICULTURAL. Fccdiny Sow nntl Pigs. Tho elaas of pooplo wlio bullove ttial rigid syatoru in awiue feodiug Is nou scnso ia rnpitlly growiog siriallur, eays Thoo. Lewis, tho uotod awiuo oxport, though tbo claas is etill too largo, aud ho wlio ndvocntos Byotctu In thia tnatter ia atlll in dangor of bcing callcd a crank. But in eplto ol this tho riak is nssuruod ;of aaying that tho hog ia a grocdy foodcr, and i9 Inclincd to so impropurly rnaslicato ita food that nitich of it is wasted for waut of propor na aitnilution nnd digcation, aud so food ahould bo solccted, prcpnred and fed with a viow to rnaking tho llghtost dc mcud upon tho digestivo orgaua. Aud so, souking or grlnding com, and fecd ing on a . iloor, whoro grcat mouthfuls cannot bo taken, aro recommonded nnd 'practlced by all good foedora of sows witb piga at thoir aido. But if Bolcction and prcpnration of food aro ncglcctod, thoro ia ono thing that ruust not bc, and that ia rogularity in boura of fccding. No mattcr how many tituea a day, nor what ia fed, lot it bo at tho samo houra ovoty day. And undor no circumstancoa, eummor or wintor, rain or shino, should hoga be fed aftor dark. Tho hog ia not o noc tnrnol animal, unless drlven to bo by hungor, and darknoss is ita natural timo for rcat, digoation and uBsimllation of food to tho bcBt advantago. Anothor easential point in fceding ia quantity. A rccently roportod oxpori mcnt in Ontario, foediug steora ahoavy, modium and light ration, ahows that the cost por pound of gain waa less with the laat than eithor of tbo othera, tho coBt being greateBt with tho hoavy rationa. Tho aamo would bo truo of hoga. Of courao the light ration must bo adequate, must bo just cnough and no more. What is eaten up clean, with indicationa that if a little more wero proBont it would be eaten, is tho tost of wbat is "juet enough," and a little careful obeorvation will mako tbo test oasily underetood. In this connec tion it should be said that tho sow with piga must bavo an evor-incroasing ra tion, whicb cannot be namod apocifi cally, but must bo dotermined by tho teat Buggested. Tho growing pigs ro quire an over-incrcasing quantity of milk, whicb requirea more food for tho bow, and thoy will alao begin to eat of tho food furnished hcr, and that muat be providcd, but always with care, and over mindful of the fact that food must bo conducive to growth and not to fat. Tho fat young pig is a standing invitation to tbumps and other disor dors. The pigs that aro given somo grain whilo nuraing are spared the nb rupt chango thatfollowB woaning wben no grain has been fed. There is one moro Buggestion that ia appropriato to the Beason, and that iB that pasturago and exerciBe are essen tial to tbo well bcing of tho pig or hog, and to tho cheap production of pork. Of course pasturing implioa oxorciso, but tho cxerciso must bo providcd for, ovcn if there ia no paBturage. The pcnned up pig cannot doits best at this season, and at no scaeon can tho pig without exerciBe do bo well as tbc one with it. Was It a Mirnclo ? "Tho marvellous onre of Mrs. Bena J. Btoat of cousutnption haa created tntenae excltement in Gammack, Ind.," writea Marlon St'nart, a leadlng drnggiat of Mun. cle, Ind. Bhe only weighed 00 pounda wben herdoctor In Yorktown Baid ane must dle. Then Bhe began to nso Dr. Klng'a New Dla oovety and galned 37 pounds ln weight and waa completely curod." It haa cured thonsandB of hopeleaa caaea, and Is poai tlvely guaranteed to cnro all thtoat, chest. and lung dlBoasea. SOo and 81. Trlal bot tles (ree at U. Blakoly. Good Example, If farmere wcrc more willing to fol low a good cxample, to imitate tho plans of thoso who make a bucccbs of their farming operations, it would bo a groat beneflt to tbcm. Ono would think that any farmerwho hada neigh bor who made a succcbb in all tho work ho undertook, who novor failod. to get a good Btand of dover, whoso wheat and corn were up to tho maximura yiold, whoso animals wero alwaya healthy and whoso cowa woro groat money makers, would watch him cloao ly and imitate hia examplo as nearly us possible. Such Is cortainly tho rulo among businesa mon, says Journal of Agriculture. Every buBineaa man in towu, whethor only aelllng or manufuc turing good?, ia certain to bo imitated aa aoon as hia bucccbb ia domonBtratcd. Such a thing ia not so Bafo with a busi nesa man as with a farmor, becauso it may result in overdoing tbo businuep, altbough It very ofteu happons that the imitators aro very Buccessful, too. But in farming a good examplo doea not UBually carry any dangor of overpro duction. Tho roally important thing to considcr in any sort of farming is to produco tho largost aud best and aurest crops at tho least cxpeneo of labor. That is tho thing that is vital to tho prollt of the bueiueBP, and that ia wherein tho intclligont, businoBglike farmor excols tho slipshod, unthinking ono, and it is what ennbles him to mako moro money and get moro out of lifo than tho other fellow. All this ia indiaputably truo, and wo know of a fow Bcattorod farmora whoso mothoda aro inflnitoly bettor than thoir noigh bor ai.d whoBO bucccbb ib far grontor; who havo nlcor homoa, boltor oducatcd children aud largor bank accouuts; nnd yot thoir noighbors, knowing all thceo thiugr, do not watch and atudy their plana and try to do likowiso. It doca not mattor whethor it is duo to onvy, joolouey, or whnr, cortainly auch con duct ia ominontly foollsh. Tho wiao man lcarns nll tho good ho can from ovcry thing ho bccb; ho copios ovon hia worat cncmy if ho can do it to hia own advantagc. A good and bucccbb ful farmor ought to bo tho best liked man in any nclghborhood, and all who waut to succoed best ought to bo thankful thoy havo so good an cxample to follow. Of courao to mako tho great ost bucccbb a farmor must bo a thinkor, a Btudent and oxporimontcr aa well as an imitator, but it will savo a grcat doal to lcarn as much as possiblo from tho cxpcrienco of othcrs. Moroovor, tho man who follows tbo bost oxamplo is suro to do agrcut dcal of tbinking on his own account. White Mnn Turucd Yellow. Groat conatomatlon wa felt by the frienda ot M. A. Hogarty ot Lemington, Ky., when they eaw he waa turnlng yeliow. Ills skln alowly charigedcolor, also his eyoa, and lio auftored tonibly. His rualady was yel iow jaundice. He was treated by tho bost doctora, but without beneilt. Whou he was advlaod to try Electrio Blttors, the wondor ful Btomacb and llvor roniody, and ho writea: "Aftor taklng two bottlea I was wholly cured." A trlal provea Ita niatch Iobh merlt for all stomach, llvor' and kldney troables. Only SOc. Bold by 0. Btakely, drugglst. Ilny Froductions, ' Tho productiouB of hny, clthor for fceding or markot, isa leading factor upon most farma and Bhould have greal conaidoration. A writcr in The Prairie Farmer says if hay i8grown for markct it ia not ndvisablo to bavo a variety of graBsca in tho same fleld, aa tho markot demandB clean timothy or dover hay mostly. For homoconsumption though, and on a grcat many Boils, it iB proflt able to sow timothy andjclovcr togothor, as timothy grows on most any kind of 8oil, while dover will not, and tho fleld will bo spoUod without the timothy or soon worn out without tho dover. When dover and timothy are grown togethor tho crop muBt be cut wben the dover is turning a little brown, at which timo the timothy is in full bloom. This of course diminishos tbo valuo of the dover to Bome extcnt but the tim othy iB bo much bettor and this makes a hoavy crop of good hay which ia eagorly reliabed by all kinda of stock. To cure this crop uicely it muat bo cut in tho morning when tho dow iB off and if it is a bright day it can bo hauled in tho aftornoon, aa the dover ia protty woll ripo. Tho aamo points havo to bojconsidered in making good timothy hay. Cut it when tho first is about going to seed, thcn tho laat will bo in bloom. If tho sun iB hot and the ground is not wet it will be dry enough to rake up and haul in tho afternoon. A light dow will givo the hay a nico bright color, if the wcather ia good so it can bo lclt over night, but for my own feeding I would prefor to havo it in tho aamo dayitiacut. If the woathor ia unfavorablo for hay to curo I cut it in tho morning and put it up in amtll ahocks in tbo afternoon. Then the ncxt day, it the sun ahines and tho hay is well wiltod down, scattor tho shocka out, ahako up well and baul in as soon as dry. Tho hay will koep all right ovon if somo of it Booms to bo rathor greon, but bo careful to have it porfectly dry from dow and rain, aB this ia what causes tho hay to mold and bocomo dusty. I havo put up clovor hay when somo of it was as greon as when it grew in tho fleld, but dry from dow and rain, and it camo out of the mow in winter nice and bright, without any mold. I have heard many farmora say they do not like to feed dover hay to horsoa In summcr becauao it causes the horseB to pant too much. Thoir clovor hay is dusty although they may have had it lying in tho sun for throo daja to cure. If hay is put up a littlo green it is best to bavo a dcop mow as near tight as possible, instcad of eproad irg it out in a largo open mow and oponing all tho doora to curo it. When I commcnced farming I onco flllod a sraali haymow of about twenty-flvo tons. Somo of tho hay waa rathor greon when I put it up and I waa afraid it would Bpoil. Sevoral daya af tor tho mow waB flllod I oxamined it to soe if it waa gotting hot and I found it bo hot I could Bcarcoly stay in tho mow. I commcnced to tear it npart bo as to eavo Bomo of it at lonst, but it waa eo hot and tough I concluded to let it alone. Tho following winter, when focding it out I found that bo far aa I had the hay out bo tho air could pone trato through it, juat so far it was mouldy and dusty and tho othor camo out in nico shapo, bright and freo from dust. Sinco thot timo I am not afraid to put up hay if somo ot it ia a littlo groon. Tho Appctlto of a Goat Is onvled by all wliose Stoinach and Wver are out ot order. llnt auch Bhould know that Dr. Klng's New Ltfe I'ills, glve a Bplondld appotlte, sound dlgestlon and a regular bod.ly hublt that Insuron peifect hoalth and great energy, Only 26o at 0. Blakoly Drug Btore. Tho KIihI You Ilnvo AHvnys In uso i'or ovor ,'JO yoixrs, - iuirt Xrvffl'frfLAs 8wnal siipcrviHlon slnoo Its iiilHiicy. 'SY. J-ccccJUte Allow no ono to dcceivo you lu tlilH. All Coiintcrl'citH, Imltntioiis and " Just-as-yood" aro liufc lixiicriiLicnls thut triflo with nnd cudiuiKoi' tau hcalth o Iut'uut.s and Chlldrcn Expcrlcnco ajjainst ISxpcrlmuut What is CASTORIA Castorln. Ih a Iiarmlcss substltuto ior Castor Oll, Paro gorio, Drops and Soothln Syruiis. It Is Plcasant. It contains noithcr Opiuin, Morpliino nor othor Narcotic Hubstanco. Its ntro is Its guanmtcc. It de.stroys.'VVonns and allnys Fovcrlsbncss. It curcs Dlarrluca and AVind Colic. 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It ls years old; lt isthe crcat boiled-down, hlt-the-nall-on-the-head, qult-Qfter-j-ou-have-sald-it, Farm and Ilousehold paper ln the world the biKitest paper of Its slie in the Onited States J ALL THE NEWS 3 TIMES A WEEK, jaxxe3L Prioos Kccplng Anlinnls Too Loug, It is n vory CQtnmondablo nnd hu- manitiirlnu Bontimcnt to ltcop cattlo too loDg, for it lndlcatGB an attachmont for thom that ono ia lotli (to brcnk, nnd yct a farmor who is ralslng animah for hia ltving cannot lot sontimont intorforo with what ho kuows to bo good busi- nosB. OtlieiB kocp cattlo too long ainiply becauso thoy happon to bo igno- rnrit of tho best timo to disposo of tlium, nnd thoy kccp wuiting for n bot tcr turn in tho mnrkots to' hclp thom get t;ood returns. Somotimcs this liv- ing in tho hopo of doing bettor lator in- duces a farmer to carry his hcrd ovor from montli to monlh, and boforo ho knows it n yoar has slippcd by. Tho aniniais aro moantimo oating up all tho prollts thoy over would hnvo mado for their owners, and at tho Bamo timo nro passing tho primo of lifo, whon thoy scll at best priccs. Wo cnnnot nffdrd to kcsp cattlo ono day longor than tho timo thoy reach full maturity or prlmo of lifo. Up to this poriod thoy bavo boon gaining in weight and lloBh, and ovory pound of food that has bcen glvcn to thom hus mado the corrosponding nmount of flosh. Libcral focding of growing ani malB makes glad tho hcart of tbo farm. er or breedor, but whon tho food ccasos to cxort itB magic inilucnco thcn Bome tblng scoma to bo wroDg. Tho wrong is very often that tho cattlo havo poBs ed thoir primo, and all futuro fooding will meroly tend to hclp them hold their weight. Thoro 1b nofurthorgain Primo cattlo Bold in tho markot means somothing moro than fat and well dovolopod carcaesea. It includcs a cortain tondcrness and juciness of moat whicb can bo gaincd only through rapid growing nnd laying on of fleeh. This rosult haa been obtnlned by good foediag of gcod animals. If tbcso nni ranls had ceaaod to grow tho moat would begin to loao much of Its beBt virtueB. It may not bo an eaay mattcr always to t'ell juet whon an animal has censod to grow, or when it has reachod itB full primo, but it ia moro profltablo to sell juat beforo that poriod, and thus iobo tne iow extra pounds ane may havo gainod tban to bold her a fow woeka beyond full maturity when ahe gains nothing in woight and loaes in quality. MoBt of us are inclincd to hold our cattlo too long, and it may well bo of valuo to aomo of us to look into the tnatter. Aro we bampering ouraelves by holding cattlo ovor for highor mar keta whon they should be sold at onco or aro we selling them just as soon as they have reached their primo and aro in tho very bost condition for tho mar kot?. -E. F. Smith in Massnchusotts Ploughman. TnEitE is moro catarrh is this section of tho eountry than all other diBeases put togethor, and until the losl fow years was supposod to bo incurable. For a great mnny yoara doctors pro uounccu it a local disoasc, and pro scribed local remodies, and, by cou stantly failing to curo with local treat- ment. pronounceu it incurable. Scl onco has proven catarrh to bo a consti tutional diacaao, and it thereforo ro quires constitutional troatment. Ilall's Catarrh Curo, manufactured bv F. J Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is tho only constitutional curo on the markot. It is taken intornally in dosos of from ten arops to a teaspoontui. it acts ai rcctly on tho blood and mucus sur faccs of tho aystem. They offcr one hundred dollars for any caso it fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimc- nials. Addrcss, F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. bold by uruggists at 75 cents. Hall's Family Pills aro tho bost SUBSTITUTE FOR BREAD. Htacntt ruiul Prescrvcd Jlcot and Vegc tablcs yoyv on Trlal ln Ocrmanr. Milltary papers rcport that esperl menta aro belnp; mado in Oermany with a vlew to testlng; tho merits of a now dcscriptlon of food for uso ln. catnpnigning-. Tho food cpnslstB of, 0 blsoult, which, it is clnimed, s 0 pcrfect substltuto for bread and of meat and vejretables prescrved' by ai apeclnl proccsa. All that ls mado known as to tho blscuit is tbat eg'ga enter lnto lts compoaltlon. Tho meat and vcgeiables nro to bo eaten hot, and their speclal recommendatlon ia, tbe shM. timo in which they can bo Cooked, tcn mlnutcs or'a quarter of an hour. Tho duty of testlng; thc virtuca of tho new food has devolved upon tho First battollon of tho Ono Ilundred nnd Soventy-fourth rcgimcnt of tho llne. Por o weelc tho offlcers and mon of this perhnps lunUless battalion will bo nllowed no other solid nourishmont of any kind whatcvcr, and tho most stringent precnutlons havo been taken to prevent their regftlinn' themBelves surreptltiously with other fnro. More over, throughout tho trlal period tho battalion Is to engtigo in niuneuvers comprisinfr forccd marohes, camplng out nnd every specles of fntlgue. It would seem to bo only justlce that tho inventor should hnvo been mndo to llvo on his products for a fortnight be fore tho Boldlers wero forced to con tent themeelves with them far n week. I,ovMvell'i l'oiitl. Ono of tho most flcrco nud sanruln ary flghf botwcen tho Indians owl the enrly Anierlcnn hettlers oceurred at n smnll lako nenr the vlllnpe of Frye burp;, Me. Ix;d by Cnpt. John Lovcwell. from whotn the poud derlves its nnme, the colonLsts sucoeoded In repulsinp; thc snvnfres, nfter Rrent loss of llfe. Thoir brtvvery hns been commemorntcd In trndltion nnd uoctry. WEEKLY MARKET REPORT, Jloston I'roduco Mnrkot. firTho ouotatloni (tlren blow resreunt Dricei obtRlnod dt recelrera tor trniusaie Mi (nol icK vrieu) ouion otnorwpo inalcatea, ua are lntended to repreaent actaal a.iea. UOTTRH. Ureamerr. Vt. anrl N. It.,aaiortd alaea, SO Urenmerr, North'n N. V., aaiorted atiea, 20 Oroamerr, nortliern flrata 19 Oreumorr, eaatern 17 Croamerr.'neatern flrata 17 Oroninerr, aeconaa Is II 11 20 19 ia 17 19 19 IT 16 19 J'l 20 19 M 20 19 irmrjt vi., exira ia Dalry, N. Y oxtru 19 pHlry, N. Y. aud Vt., firata 16 tt rr.N. Y.Hnd Vt.,aeoond 15 pulrr.N. Y, mirt Vt.,low grade 16 iu.,oiini cruHiuurr... IV Hoiea,extrHdali7 19 llozea. com. to iitnA ib Trnnk, prlnta.ex. croamorr Sl Trnuk.iirlnti.oi. dalry..... 11 Trunk, urlnta, coui. to nood 16 C1IEKBB. Now York, oitra u ej Vermont, extra 11 (S Vermont, larne extra 5S Vermont, aeconda 6 5 SaKe , .V............ 19 S Fart aklma .......V............. . s Common extraa j joj j Uiolcu extraa and eecouda 1 75ft 1 M nnneaota clear and atralKM I 6(M5) 4 Mlculgan, clear and atralght 1 8S1& 4 Ohlo and Ht. I.00U cloar 4 15a 4 rr.nnn. ann nt. iajhm atraluht 4 1S1 4 Ohlo Bnd Ht. Loula pateut 4 2 4 Wlaconaln and Mlnn. patent 4 y& 4 COHN 11EAL. (Iranolated, ter bbl 1 m 1 Common, per bbl 05ft j Ilagmeal ta& MILL FEED, Mlddllnfta.aacked.perton 1 OiKSlg Ilran,aacked, winter 17 llgn llran. aacked. anrlns ia uru&iR Uottonaeed meal J525B25 EOOS. Kaatern, cnolce ItMu 11 0 Eaatern, fair to Kood 1 ia Vt. and N. II, cbolee freih u & COBH. Steamer jeUon 45 e Steamer 41 i N0.3 4S Oood, noKtade i P0TAT0ES. Arooatook Hebrona 40 New Hampablre llbrona 4(1 0 Vermont llebronae 40 9 OAT8. No I, cllpped white 34 No. 2, cllpped wblte .... 3) No. 2, white II No. 9, white 31 Uejected white 11 u 1 HAY AND STOAW. Itar, N. V. and Uanada, ebolee to taner.. 18 Oft? 17 00 Har, N. Y. and Uanada, fair to good 14 0014 M llar. eaatern, ebolco 11 0O31J 00 llay, eaatern, ordlnarrto fair ooiKgieoo llar, eaatern, common 9 0010 00 Hay, eaatern, cboloe flne.. 11 00$tl3 00 Uar. eaatern, commen One 10 00U 10 rnoviaiONB. Pork- llacka V bbl 11 ym 50 Hhortcut clear 12M Clear Oll 00 Leanenda 6I 00 iartf OUt rendered, pnre ?t lb 5 ff t' Western com pound 4 0 1J Pnre kettle rendered & 7 Smcttd liarru Koaton, amall V lb & e; lloaton medlnm 8 lioaton, large X FBBSn MKATS. Ileef, cholce f) lb 8 lleef, light cholce lb 7fi 2 Ileef, hearr good Vllb 7 ueer, gooa iib , lleef, nlndqaartera, cholce neer,ninaqaarterB, common to gooa 5 (q lleef, foreqaartera, cholce iHfi ueur, lurequaneri, commoa w kooo...... ft Mntton, extra 7 Mntton, common to good 6 Lamba, cb. eaat. W lb 8 Lamba, com. to good itlb 8 Veala, cholce eaatemtl lb a Veala, falrtogood 7 Voala, common Iloston Lumbor Market. LONQ LDMBEB. Ilemlock boarda. rough 14 0 Hemlock boarda, planed 16 0 Ilemlock boarda, No. 2 13 0 Hprnce boarda. lat. clear floor 19 0 Sprnce boarda, 2da, clear noor IS W spmce uoaraa,coarae Bprnce, nor. do. cara II s Sprnce. matched 20 00" Box boarda, 1 ln. Bangor 10 50S llox boarda. ord 9 603 Box boarda, 7-8 do 9 Wm llox boarda, 3-4 du 8MX Box boarda, 11-16 do 8 00 llox boarda, W do 7 1S BHOUT LOMBBB. Shtnglea, Eaatern, aawed.oedar, ex 123 Bhlnglea, do clear 2 7&ft Bhlnglea, do 2dj sS Bhlnglea, do ex. No. 1 1 6C(g Bhlnglea. do No. 1 1 liS Olapboarda, do 4ft. ex 30 W& Olapboarda, do clear 23 Olapboarda, 2da, clear 24 00&2 Olapboarda, extra No. 1 17 00 Olapboarda, No. 1 10 oaS Latn,aprnce, bycara 1 OOS Lath, aprnce, br eargoea I W2 Uoston tVool Jlarkot. uicmaAN. Xandabove 24 No.l 34 No. 2 33 Ftne nnwaahed 19 Unmercbantable 23 No. 1, comblng, and ii blood 24 No. 2, comblng, & blood 22 Debune 27 KRMTUCKY AND 1NOULXA. Oomblng, blood 27 Comblng, X blood 27 Oomblng, brald 24 Olothlng.H blood 21 Olotblng, coarae 21 rULLKD AND SCOOBED. A One (5 A anper JO U anper 4) O anper 3) Oomblng, flne a Oomblng, common 11 Vermont Mnrkots. rnoDcca. Montpelier llntter, freah new. In 5 fi boxea.fi tt.... li lintter, freah new. ln tnba, $irb 11 Uheeae, dalri, ti to 11 Kgga,i doi 13 Potatoej, buahel. new 30 lloiri. Ilve. i t 4 Hoga, dreaeod, ?) B) iX IMU1VI, tff w,, 1 Veala, U?e..... 1 Uhlckena 18 Fowla 12 Turkera 14 Barre llutter. dalrj 16 0 17 Egga, V do li 13 Potatoea, 1 bnahel, new..., 30 39 Iloga.dreaaod, ti lb HiW 6 Veala. llve 4 4K Bprlng lamba. V lb & i lleef, nlndqaartera, W R 6k'C 7; Heef, forequartera, V lb JH . Fowla, h 12 i 14 Kprlng chlckena , 20 23 Turkera 13 14 Riehmond. llutter, creamerr 14 Uutter, daltT.tub 10 llutter, cratea , 14 Oheeae, factorr Cbeeae, dnlrj Cheeae, aago Kgga 12 I'otatoua, l buahel new 23 Hoga. lire fb Hoga, dreaaed, V Ib Veala, lire k lleef, hlndqaartera lleef. foroqnartera Hheep, Uve 1 Hptiug lamba , ,. ,. Turkera 11 Sprlng chlckena li Sl, Allam llutter, creamerr ,,,, 20 llutter, datrr, fair to good 11 llutter, dalry, aelectlona , 10 llutter, dalrr, aeparator li Waterbury llutter, freah, V lb 13 llutter. cratea, $1 box 11 Kgga. doi 13 1'otatoea, fl buahel new JO Hoga.llTe, W lb , Hoga, dreaaed, V Ib Lamba 3 Veala, llve , 3 Chlckeua II Turkeya 14' HKTA1L DKALBBB rUIOBI, Flour, Hiirlng Wheat Wbarrel 8 2V Fleur, Wluter Wheat, V barrel 1 00 a Flour, Fainllf Hollcr, V barrel J 2ig Feed, V owt Meal.Vcwt 1 00i MlddlliiKa.Wowt 1 IXIi Oata.'M buahel , , JirfJ Oorn, V buabel , tOrt llran, per cwt 3 Ueaua.W buabel , 176J Currcnt Commcntt OATS The matknt lmu linlil fnlrlir ntf-ailv In prlco (lutlng U10 weok, but tho guneral dnmunil bgg beeuelow. At tbo cloae about 33J to 3jJo ls tbo prioo for bent fanoy ollppml wlilto on track bllle(l throuli, witb No 2 clipned wbita ut 01J to 31Jo, und lower grados ranRiog aown us to qoailty, Kloub. Tbo wbtot markot lmn sbowu fair steadlnoea dunng tbo wock, witb a (lrinor totiu at tlio cloao. Tbo (leinauil or llonr bas boon tlnll, bowovor, and moat upetators renort almoit notblug dolug, but otbors havo been ablo sull a fow cars. Tbu mark t aliows an onttrj abaenco 01 apecala tlve foollnu, and tbo pucbuaea mado aro to moet tbe aotuul deinaiuVi o( tbo trado. Tbo feollrjg la tbnt tbo 1iIkj cost ol wlioat ia (orceu tlirouRh apeculatbn, and tbat valuea cannot be inalutained attho prosent basls. 1111B inuncna tno ttnue tc eny uonr oniy aa tnoy tiecu, uut tuis ia tiie iize 01 tno Duai noss. Bnrinif nntents at tba cloae uro aell- Iur ut about 84 CO to 4 75. Smo branda aro bold above tbo latter price, but 4 75 about covora top of aalea mado, llthnufib aomo brabda nre beld biglier. for clear and atralRht wlntora ubout 84 to4 26 la quoted, witn uij rango auovo anu uoiow meao llgurea aa to quality. BoTTEii. UocolDte are br ilnulne to fall off, and as a good many loti are sbowlng tho effecta ot bot woatber tie anpply ot Btrlctly flne freah crenmery ls consiilerably llgbtor than lt baa been. Deaand bas beon moderato, bowovor, and tbo toan of tbo tnarKet no more than aieaily. nalea 01 nno freah creumery ln aasorted alzos lavo been at 20c Konorully with llne wosterr. In good douiand. Hay and Siuaw. The deinind for bay contiuaea qulet, but tho mirket Ia quoted about ateady, particularlv for boat gradea. Tbe lecelpta for tbe week Inclnde 05 cara for export, ao tbat tbe anount ar- riving lot local uae aliowa soine lalline ou. ueat graues ot hay are jot aelling at 817 to 618, and anch malntalns a atmdy tona. Lower gradea are ia full snpply, witb most aalea at about 12 to SI5 aa to quality. Hyo airaw ia ateauy, uut oiiora 01 new s'raw to arrlve are belnu made. and tbla wiMhavoa tendency to weaken the market. Dj straw unll and nomlnal. BBANa. Becelpta are atlll runn.n,' light, bat tbere baa been no lmprovoim ur ln tha demand, and the aalua ot all kinda have been llgbt. Frlcea are beld abont tbe eatno, bnt 82 25 baa becomo tbe outalde for best domeatic marrow pea. Foreign pea dall at 82.00 to 82.10. Yellow eyea and red kldneya movine alowly at quotatlona. Ohbebe. Becelpta for exi)ort,2,103 boxea. There baa been little If any tmprovement In local trade. but nnder atrong conntry ad vlcoa recolvora are holding flne freah re celpta a fractlon hlgher. There have been fow aalea at ovor 9 to 9Jc, but aomo of tho flneat York State twlna are held at OJc. Western twlna are atlll aelllng generally at 9c. Ohlo llata ateady at 8Jc. Eaaa. There has been no very marked change In the condition of the market alnco our laat weekly report. Becelpta are llber al but contaln a amall proportlon of atrictly fancy freah and auch lota have been doing a little better, fancy freah Mlchlgan meetlng with a ready eale at 13c. Average best weatern.are atlll moving alowly at 12 to 12Jc and badly heated lota ranglDg downward aa to condition. Fancy nearby have ad vanced to SOc, and atrictly extra eaatern uro brtnging 15 to 16c. Corn. There haa been a llmlted demand noted, witb apot oflerlnga amall, moat ar rivala being for export. At tbe cloae prlcea are hlgher, about 52 J to 52jc being qaoted for No. 2 and ateamer yellow on track bill ttd tbrongb to ontaldo points, with lower gradea ranglng down ln ptlce aa to quality and color. PoTATOEa. Becelpta have been llberal for the paat week, bnt moat everything haa been ordlnary in qaallty, and a good many lota moro or loss atarted. The beat stock haa beon aelllng falrly at about 81.75 witb a good many ordlnary lota at 75a to 81, and aomo In very poor order cleanlng np at SOc or less. Buyera bavo been looklcg for obolce aonnd Btock, and aDytblng roally fancy would brlng a llberal premiam. Lombeu. The Leatberbee lire baa been the only excltlng Incident ln local lumber circlee tbla week, and aa lt la not possiblo aa yet to apeak authoritatlvely aa to tha amount of stock thoreby deatroyed, lnter eatlng newa la difllcult to furnish, Buai neaa alnco onr laat report haa not been of the aort tbat calla or tndeed oven permita extended comment. Inqutrlea have been few and unproductive, eapeclally when they have referred to eargoea, about tho price of which thero la aa much uncertalnty aa when laat writlng. Dbessed Poultbt. Becelpta of weatern fowlB have not beon very beavy for tbo past week, but the weather haa been hot aud demand light. A good many lota bavo arrlved short of ice and more or less out of condition, aelllng lu somo lnatancea down to5 to 6c. Beat fowla haro been solllng generally at 0c, but at the cloae there la a fair demand for atrictly cholce lota at 10c. Weatern brollera a little moro plenty and rullng lower. Old cocka ateady at G to OJo. Nearby aprlng ducka In llmlted aupply and ateady. Very little dolng Inifrozen poultry. Wool. The market haa Tocelved a hard blow between the eyea from the London aalOB and it woald be foolisb to mlnlmizo the results. It haa fairly atunned tho American trade, and Amerlcan buyera who had standing offera of Jd below laat aalea and failod to aecure tbe wool now tbat tba Engllah market waa dropped 10 to 15 per cent have nithdrawn altogether. Tbo at tendance thia week ln Boeton haa been poor but tho-hollday ia not respouslblo for the amall aalea. Wool haa protty generally dropped in Boaton two centa a ecoured pound thia week. It'a a mlatake to thluk tbat ltcbing pllea can't be cured, a mlatake to aaHeraday longer tban you can help. Doan's Ointmont brlnga luatunt rellef and permanont curo. At any drug atore, 50 centa. Llvo Stock Jlnrkot. There wero ofTered at Brighton laat Tuea day 1,129 cattle,311 awlno and 50 calvoa. Of the cattlo reciivodlonly one cat load waa from Malne, whicb, bowever, met with a fair demand notwithqtanding tbatltcon elsted almoat entlrely of cowa. The few calvea on tbe market wero readily dlapoaed of 6c por lb: thc demand waa nrcfent. Mllch cows were in very light aupply and poor demand; at a lato hour indeed no aalea had beeu made. SOllEllVILLE. Tho llvo Btock at theae vardalaat Tueadav conalated of 206 cattle, 6,003 aheep aud lamba, 11,220 awlne and 435 veal calvea. There were very few actual aalea eflected by far tbo greater patt ot tbe atock being conalgned to alaughterera. A good bualneaa next week la by drovera confldeutly expect ed. WATBUTOWN. Tbo offerlnEa last Tueadav acerocatBd 68!) cattle, 6 aheep and lamba, 9,000 awlne aud 63 veal calvea. Bualneaa waa alow, A few hnnf cowa were dlapoaed of at 22 to 3Jo por lb., accord lng to quality, bnt tbia wai about all tbat waa done ln cattle. Oalves, bowovor, were ln brtek demand aud wero nearly all placed at 6 to 6I0. nar lb.. tbe malorltv at the out alde tlgure. Wo Will I'ositlvcly lay You Ono dollar if ono bottlo of Smith'a Green Mountain Itenovator does not boneflt you iu coao you nro troubled with anyi,blood dlaorder, chronic rheu matlsm or nouralcic affoctiona. It la ondorsed by tho best phyaicanB in tho eountry aud ls warrantod to do what la clairuod for it. O. Blakely, W. E. Ter- rlll & Co.