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THE MJRMNmON FRUR PRI5S5. THURSDAY. M-SRCII 2 1899
Mifc it China Man, Mciton, "ft China Man. Miali, "ft Ciina Man. Mialon, "Tin China Man." McMahon "The China Mai THE GREAT STORE ON DRESS PARADE ! ANNUAL SPRING OPENING! A? Ik, A New Cutting From Straus. ill H D O Z c o DC UJ Sif2IUSES. t.2 A-v,,,, MEET ME AT THE TEMPLE. I 1 lluii Ji.uiKliTS. Easier Tendency In Butter, Witn Trade Light. Ftrnn-.r Turn Iu Chiom Kcc Dnwiiu mil lleef nnl Turk Ifot Mmli ('htnxrri .Mutton Stonily .l'air Dcmitntl J'or l'otiltiy Kuiler I'rlcrn on INUntot's. ISopton. March 1. So far this week the l'Utter trade has been IIkIU, and the ten dency of piice.s Is In, favor of buyers especially on all grade's under the finest The pioportlon of really desirable qualltj ontinuc-s muall, and receivers of thli kind can Intlst on getting pretty fill rates, but they have to make concession on the bulk of the offerings in order to effect sales. In fart, any lots put on the market for sale after tegular customers are supplied have to be shaded, and If receipts Increase much accumulations will bo the result. There is a moderate demand for strict ly fine fresh creamery, with sales of lot in assorted size tubs at-1',2 cents. Some receivers sk cents for the finest Ver i ."tit and Nv Hampshire, with new miik llavor, and retused to sell for less, but sales are mostly In a small way, and no mure than cents can bo quoted as a regular wholesale price, which Is Vi cent lower than last week. After pas-sing these high grades, which form bi a small portion of the whole supply, 'l cents Is a full selling price. Tht lii'st held creamery sells as high as 11) cents, but for the hulk of the cold rtorage stock IS cents is a full selllnp price, and some ranges down to ICand 1" cents. In fact, the lower grades of held butter are u ithout any established Value, and bujers have the advantage. The cheese market has taken a strong er turn, and an advance of 4 to Vi cent Is established. This has been brought about under the Influence of the small Mocks and the rise In other places, with out any particular increase in the de mand. It is moro than was expected, however, and the general opinion Is that It will be maintained, Sales are prin cipally at 't to 11:H cents for the lino north rn, and 0'6 to 10' j c ents for the fair to good. Uuyers do not want to pay the top price freely, and take ns much of the lower grade an they can to get along with, but holders are not anxious to make large sales at present, as they feel that fine cheese will soon go up to I'i cents. The egg market nas taken a decided downward turn, and Is very unsettle, nnd uncertain. Sales were made at to 33 cents, nut when the New York and western dispatches were reeelveqi there was a drop to cents, and later to 1!G cents. Since the high prices were es tablished the demand has been very light, nnd dealers took only a case or twe at a time. A latge trade Is expected when prices touch a steady bads. The Chicago quotation was 17',4 to H cents, a drop of 7 cents. St. Louis was quoted at 1394 cuuts, a decline of nearly 10 cents from the day before. Beans are firmer, with still stronger reports from New York state and west rn shippers. Here the market Is alsi firmer, with sales at belter pi Ices. Car load lots, pea and medium, $I.:!0!T1.:C: yellow ryes, 3l.rStl.C0; rd kldr.fys.Jl.K5 fil.flO; California kiiviJI white, Jl.OOjji; hlnin, !e per Ih; Jobbing, 10c more. Flour has been ruling tather quiet for peveral days, w.'h j, rices rather In the buyer's favor. Cash wheat dropped ol a fraction In some of the pilnclpal en 'I wheat markets; paid to be caus d b lessened buying by the miliars, and th' may depress the flour market. M. shipment price, on spring wheat pal ents aro at J4.104J f.r.O, Trade commltti prices are; Spring wheat, clears, J3.U" S.65, patents, $1.10Q j.75; winter when clears, JS.e?3.90, straights, J3.60f(H; pat ents, J3.OOJfl.10, The meal and cereal markets ai steady and llttl changed. Cirn was strong r on tin rally In .wheat, and. the fact of a better eporl P Ml l7!7fiNi''riTwTH Kr-j I V-' r iv. tr si i a Don't Miss Our Wall Paper Opening ! Wc can secure any paper hanger you wish for in addition to our own force. Let us figure on your house. fp Z 1 -s t ..4 J". t--f ' j m MEET ME AT THE TEMPLE. I demand. The market here is quiet, bu fairly sustained. Options on oats were a fraction easier while trade In this market was dul . The supply on track here Is small, but doubtless fully up to the demand. Hay continues quiet, with a full sup ply at hand, especially of the lower grades. Straw rules dull, though offer ings are only small. Mlllfeed is a shad" easier. Hay, JSf(14; fancy jubbing lots, J15Q16; rye straw, J91G; oat straw, 6S 8. The pork market is easier on barrel pork, with leaf lard easier. Ordinary lard is unchanged. lioston packers have killed for the week a total of aboui 35,800 ho?s: preceding week, 33.&00; sami week a year ago, 20,000. There is a good movement of Hoston-packed pork pro visions into expott, when theie are steamers to be had. The total value of these exports for the week was about $203,000, preceding week, J133.000; same week a year ago, $122,000. The supply of beef coming to Boston has continued rather small, and It is noted that best steers are positively scarce, the arrivals running to only me dium quality. Quotations on beef are not much changed, though the best is firm: Very choice steers, S3aic; good stfers, S'ic; light and cows, 7Viff84c; extra heavy hinds, ll2c; good hinds, lie; light hinds, OVi&lOVSe: heavy fores, CHc; good, 6V,c: light, 5-;t5?Gc; backs, RSc; rattles, 24 & fi,4c; chucks, Git 7c; short ribs, 10TT12c; rounds, SSiOc; rumps, lli.A(B13c; rumps and loins, V:mU,c; loins, 12ifM7c. The mutton market is fully supplied though about steady. Trade has been only fair, owing doubtless to the ex ceedingly bad condition of the roads, es pecially outside of the cities. A few earlv spring lambs have been iu the marlc and sold from 7 to $10 each. Veals a. more plenty and rather easy. Poultry has not i hanged much. Thcr Is a fnir demand for choice, young tur keys. The best fowls are In good re luest, with choice chickens doing gweli Turkeys, western, lift He; northern, 1 ilSe; chickens, northern, 12ftlSe; west rn, 100 He; fowls, northern fiesh, '. 3c; western, 105 13c; ducks, sgi2i ecivs, lCOlSc; live fowls, llCM2c. The gum" .supply Is now mainly in tin ands of the dealers anil jobbers, wit ut little coming forward. A few sat! les of deer came In lafct week, Illegal) ilppd out of Maine. The conditio as unsatis-factory. There has continued to be a prett. ood request for apples, with a fal lovement, considering that prices rub igh, comps.red with other season juotat.u. . ..an arrivals only noderate. I'otutoes have been In better supply, ind prices tire easier. Sweet potatoes .vere very hisli Just after the storm and .old weather, but they are now down aguln. Aroostook and eastern Vlebrons, WflGSc; Creun mountains, 0(J tZc; north ern white and Cireen mountains, 4iT .r,c; Jersey sweets, tSCfi.Zti, j Onions un prMty firm and selling al !2.2.r)ii 2.G0 per bill for large lots, with lobbing lotn at l2.b0ft2.7G. Sweet pota o's ure sold by the jobbers at J2,25if2.r,0. fellow turnips are firmer and sell at S.lc id In round lots and job at $1 per bbl .hite turnips, $1.75. Beets job at 7r.i per buah; arrots, 75c; par.Milps, J1.25C. 1.50. Celery Is firm r.t J2f2.50 per tloz; van: (lower, J2.M per doz. Lettuce Is hlrhi'i at WS 85c per doz, Spinach has been ex cetdlngly firm, owing to the cold weath er and freore In the south. It has beei Jobbing at $1 pur bid. Kale has been Jobbing at $1.50 pur bbl, Dandelion greens are very firm at $1 per bush; beet greens, $1,75 per bush Cabbages are pretty firm nnd are Job Ijlng at $1 25 1.50 per bbl, with red cab bage at $2. Squashes are still rathei oheap, and Job ut 75i f( $1 per 100 lbs. Cut umbi rs nro a little easier at $15 per 00 for nntlvc hothouse of first quality Southern tomatoes are selling at $2 per rt. String hems arn scarce and very lrm at 51. Now nutlvo bunch bets are quot d at $2 75 p r doz, Jtndlshes are Jobbing nt '.0 a s. Watercress and WALL PAPER Wc arc selling large quantities or wall Paper and Room Mould injr to dealers and customers alike because wc give better values for the money than elsewhere. For this sale wc will offer good paper such as you paid 8c rc for at the low price of v Complete line of parlor, hall and dining room papers, rcg- jro ular 25c goods, at 13 Picture mouldings, regu- 'Jc pr lar 4c goods, our price L ft. Nice wide moulding, worth 6c to Se, our price 4c to Plain ingrain paper, all the ire new shades Yv Freize and ceiling to match. We have all the new shades in reds, blues, greens, browns, in stripes, scrolls, geometrical, colo nial, and heraldic designs; also varnished tile paper for bath rooms, etc. It is almost impossible to dis cribe and quote prices, so varied arc the grades and so numerous the styles, but will ask you to bring in measurements, number of doors and windows and let us estimate the expense to you. MEET ME AT THE TEMPLE, j mints are Jotumig ut $1 a doz. Hhubarb is Jobbing at 10c per lb. Egg plants Job at $2.50 per doz. I'cppers Job at $2 per crt. Lenten demand for fish Is excellent. There has been a good trade In progress throughout the current month, and values have ruled high on both frash and cured offerings. The bulge in egg prices helps the fish trade considerably. It tends to Increase the consumption of the latter, and rare ly Is the call for fish more urgent at this season than it has been of late In this market. Fresh mixed arrivals for the week h.iro aggregated nearly 000,000 lbs, belrv brought to port in G4 cargoes. Itecelpt of similar character at Gloucester ng firegatc 762,000 lbs. With the exception of a few barrel? from Nova Scotia the arrivals of sa't mackerel for the wek have been fron Jreland. There were 773 barrels report ed. Prices Btand strongly around S17.F.' 18 for these offerings, and some deal crs, who btlieve that the market wai .rants an even higher quotation, art holding out for more. Smoked herring are In good supply an sell for about 8Ji9c box, ex Fteamer. Canned goods are In fair request, ai the advance recently noted on sardln" holds. For one-fourth oils the quotii tton Is $2.02(32.75 case and three-fourtl musturds bring $2.35i&2.50. Frozen herring are In fair supply, and there Is a steady rail for them for bait. Lobsters have been) scarce for some time. Recent receipts have brought bout $20 crate. New York Prmliice .iinrKxi. New York, March 1. FLOL'R Receipts, 10,712 barrels; exports 15,314 bands. S-ales 6 packages. Exi eed mgly dull with no leature i-.wa steadiness. Winter patents, J3.751il.U0; winter Mraiglits, $J.6iVi;3.7u; Minnesota patent, J3.'j5i4.25; winter extras, J2.50n2.S5; Minn esota bakers, J3.10cu2.25; winter low grades, J2.-Wn2.65 11 YE FIX)UR The market was steadier; good to fair, JJ.15y3.30; chcico to fancy, J3.4iili3.55. WHEAT Receipts, HO.OfiO busnels; ex ports, SU.tKfl bushels; sales, l,5Si,0W bushels juiuies, l.O.Ouo bushels spot and outport. Spot steady; No, 2 led, 8MiS7e f, o. 1. allo.it to airlve. No. 1 Northern Duluth, K'.jf. f. o. b. atloat spot: No. 1 hard Manitoba, t5e; f. o. b. allo.it spot, No. 1 North Mani toba, S2V,c f. o. ), afloat spot. Options opened steady and until weakened in tho alternoon by the bearish Thorium report were fairly well supported on cable news, Aigentlne damage rumors and crop com plaints The lato market was Inactive and lather easy closing iso net lower. .March. MiiSI'sO, cloM-d S4e; May, 77?,it li't, closed 7Se; July, 761'i76j, closed 76'4. CORN Receipts, ",9,'XD bushels; exports, r.l3,:".'.'i bushels; sales, 105, bushels fu. turfs; 2 li.if) busheis spot and outports. Spot steady. No. 2, ll'M'. f. o, b. ailoat spot for new. Options opened steady with wheat but eased olf under rea iz.ng in faco ot tain predictions . and big clearances closed unsettled at i,o decline to 'do net nilMinee. May, Ills'!) ll'Jic, closed ut 11 V: July closed 12'ic OATH Receipts, W,400 bushels; export, 10 bushels: spot quiet. No. 2, 35c; No. 3, ;;i'c; No. 2 white, 37'ji'; No. 3 white, SW'rc; track mixed western, 35fi&;i2c; track white 371 1 He. Options quiet, HA Y Ouiet. Shipping, 40i(.Vlc; good to choice, 5.ntM( III DI'H Sleady. Oaleston. 20 to 25 pounds, PP-.1i 17c; Texas dry, 24 to 30 pounds 12';e, California. 21 to 25 pounds. la'i.c. i VUOI Market linn, Domestic lleecc, ' 17'n22c, Texas, 121) 15c, LARD Steady; western steamed, $."..V,Tf 5.60; March, $5.53 nominal. Retlned quiet, I'ORK Firmer. Mess. $!i.2'.fipi.0i; slioit, clear. lO.'oiilZiVi: family. J10.5oli ll.no. i HCTTLIt- I'inii. Western creamery, 16 2le; do. factory. 12-H lP'.e; lllglns. 21c; lirit.ition creamery, 13'siiiKe; State dairy, Inline; do, cicameiy, 16ii21c. CIIEKSK-Miirkcl (Inn, Lnrge white, PiV'i lie; small white. Ulw; largo colund, WMillc; small colored, lP'iill-V. light skims, Mili'ic; part skims, 71i1t SVj; lull shuns. 3'yii IV'. KdUS -Unsy: Suite and IVnnsylvnnli, S!Vii2le; Western fresh, 23vc; Southern, 22' -Me-, POTATOES Arn steady. New Yorks, Jl.25'.i2.lv. Long Island, J1.50ii2.25; Jeisey Sweets, J1.75"! 2.75. TALLOW'-Hteadlor; city, 4 E-lCc; coun trv. 4i,f IVvc PK'ITtOLKt'M Steady; refined, N. Y $7,35; Phbaelelphla nnd Rfiltlnioro, J7.S0; in bulk, $1 M). COPPER Quiet; broker, 10c; exchange, 17 f) Iff. COPFEE Options clos-cd steady; un changed to 3 poit higher. Sales, 77."0 baas, IncluiVng May, 5.40, July, $5.55; Sept, ?,-.75. Oct S5.751i5.ro, Dec, $5 05. Spot cof. fee, Rln dull, N 7 lin Ice (Uo, No. 7 jplililnii d1.! Mild quiet 1'orilova, fciiltc SL'UAR- Raw llrin, fair fUlulii, 378t , Our salesroom and office arc in this building. It is at the head of Church St. All street cars pass the door; the North Ave. cars, the Essex cars, the Depot cars, the Wi nooski cars, Lakeside Park cars, Howard Park cars, and South Union St. cars all stop and start from the Temple. Is it any wonder then that you so often hear shoppers say to each other "Meet me at the Temple," "I will be at the Temple around 2 o'clock," "Send all my bundles to the Temple." "I will leave the Temple on last car for Essex." Masonic Temple is headquarters for shoppers and MeMa tion's China and Wall Paper Store is always open for shoppers in general and his customers in particular, arrive there, start Tom there, send your bundles there, meet your friends there, select your wall paper there, see the new cut glass there, get the price of dinner sets there, meet the close buy ers from all over the State there. MEET ME AT THE TEMPLE. I Centrifugal. f5 test. 4".c: mo- l.lhM'S, 11-llK'. Refined steady. No.Ji. 4 7-16; No. 7. , No. S. 1 3-1G; No. ;. 44; No. 10. 4.c. No. 11, 4 3-10; No. 12, 4 3-16; No. 13. 4 3-16; No. 14, 4 3-16; mould a. 5'4; standard a, 4'i; cut loaf. 5i; crushed, B'4; poWdereJ. 5'k; granulated, uu; cubes, 5V4; confection ers a, 4?. NEW YORK LIVE STOCK MARKET. New York, March 1. REEVES Receipts, 2,"!. Demand fair; prices sleady for steers and cows. Mill's weak. Steers medium to choice. $I7.7I) CM, extra. J."..7."; oxen and stags. $l.lt'ci4.vo; bulls, J3.15li-l.lo; ehcce fat do. $I..V; cows, J2.:W'n l.tm, Cable weak. Exports 5W cat tle, ;C slici'p and II!) I quarter of beef. CALVES Receipts, 1!.75. Market open id lowvr; closed .Vie lower than Monday. Closing quotations: Veals, common to prime, H.lrii7.0u; choice and extra ear.y, 7.25'k7.W; little calves, 3.2.Vi)3..V); fed do., 3.("f3..Vt; no Southern nnd Western calves. SI1KE1' AND LAMMS-Riceipts 7771. Sheep steady and in light supply. Lambs opened steady to 10c lower; whole market closed weak. Common to prime shop, 53.0oii4.55; selected wetheis. J5.O0; lambs, $.').uini.,.i.i); mainly $.".2.Vi!.'.(V. HOtJS Receipts M.i.!. Market lower nt $l.l(Kj 1.3i; inferior southern pigs sold at THE COTTON MARKET. Liverpool, March 1. COTTON Spot fair demand: pri cs sternly; American nildd Ing. Sd. Ti e. sales of the day were V2,i) hales of which :) were lor speculation and export and Included 11. M) American. Receipts, 2.e) lialis, including 20,7(0 American. Futures opened quiet with a moderate demand and closed barely steady. E UTTER AND CHEESE MARKET. Uoston, March 1. RL'TTER Firm. Northern, l-.viiSV-jC Western, 22c; Initiation, l.V(il5'2c; ladles, 13 "llEESH-Plrm. Northern, 10-?4i(Uc; Western, 10lsTillc. CHICAGO PRODUCE MARKET. Chicago, March 1. I'he leading futures closed as follows: WHEAT May, 73'c; July. 7114i71'c. CORN May, Si.tiSVc; July, 37',c; Sept., 37'i.c. OATS May. 2S",c; July, 2ewxc. i'OItK May, '.i.4j; j it y, (U.iu:. LARD May $3.10, July, J3.52'2; J3.65. Rll!S-May, JIS2'2; July, f).?3; Sept., Sept., 0.03. i ush quotations were as follows: FLOUR Modi rate demand; Sicnilv. Win ter iiatt-nts, $3.OTi2.:); straights, J3.Wii3.r0; cleats, $.l.3O((3.40, spring specials, Jt.2o; hard patents, W.n3.70, soft. 3. i"f3.5ti; sir.iighls, J3.iiufi3.20; bakers, J2.3iii,6n. WHEAT No. 2 spring, 601j71Wc; No. 3 sluing, G51i71c, No. 2 rid, 73ii!lj7lo. CORN o, 2, 30c: No. 2 e!low, 3-ll4(ii3C'-;C. OATS- No. 2. 27Vl2e: No. 2 white, 3')1', l31c, No. 3 white, ai-"itiSW4c. RYi: No. 2. 56. LAKLEV- So. 2, 4?1if,:c. FLA:SE1:D-No. I, $I.141i$l.lPi; North west, Jl.lblil IS' i, TIMOTHY SIMCD riime, J2.12Vs. PORK J!).2.'.1i.30. LARD- J5.l.".ii5.27's. RIDS 91.sr.4i 1.75. SiHOULDLRS, dry salted (boxod)-J4.29 SIDES-Short clear, $1.035.05. W1IISKEV Dlst.Utls' ttniKliecl gao&s per gal., $1.26. SUGAR-Cut loaf at $5.70; granulated at $5.20. i)n the produce exchange to-day butter was stendv; creameries, ltfil'O'jc; dairies, ll'.n'17i'. Lggs steady: fresh ic. Che-fo steady, ci"ams, I'-'i'iHOljC, De Witt's ..Hi.: r..-irly Risers. Hi. '-in.lil.:. H .1H. The Weekly Free Press flivos '.(' columns ovory week i'or u yoar $1.00. Nc oilier inpor iu Vermont can say this; no othor pfiptr gives so much news as tho FHKIS TRKSH. You hnvo a neighbor who does not tako tho FltEK i'HKSS possibly ho borrows your copy send us his name and no will scud him a samplo eopy of tho best Weekly paper in Vermont, 90 col umns ol news a wook. $1 your. TTHI HI MEET ME AT THE TEMPLE. 1 THE WEEK'S JS'JSWS. THURSDAY. FEU. 23. Outbreak of incendiarism at. Manila, accompanied by fighting; casualties few, but properly loas enormous Tury In Russell murder case at Roston returned verdict of guilty In the second degree against John H. Chance, and acquitted Arthur Hagan Dr. Daly on stand nt beef inquiry, but dismissed, to be re called when those he accuses will b present; commissary tells how beef was purchased Professor Salmeron tells Sagasta that the peace treaty Is "the most shameful recorded In history" W. J. Hryan accorJed an enthusiastic reception at banquet of the Virginia Democratic association at Washington Eulogies of the late Senator Morrlb of Vermont delivered In both houses of congress Delegates from nine prep- nratory schools meet under the auspices of W'esleyan university and form an athletic association The Khalifa ad- vancing ujon Omdurman with between 15,000' ana 20,000 men Sale ot the David 1 Nevlns estate at South Framlngham, Mass., upon which nearly Jl.OOO.OOO hns . been expended Men of the Fifth Mas sachu.setts happy over the prospect ol being mustered out of the volunteei service Governor Wolcott's receptio. at Roston a great success, 2C01 peopl- shaking his hand Second mate of tin steamship Rulgnrla, at Ualtlmore, telb of the disabling and probable loss of the vessel. FRIDAY'. FEB. 21. House attaches the senate bill, creat ing the rank of ndmlral for Dewey, tc the naval appropriation bill, which wa- itself passed by tho house Cornish. In the Adams poisoning Inquest at New York, accusses Mollneaux of sending him bromo seltzer Otis and Hughe working like Trojans ut Manila; na ttves planned a desperate movement U exterminate the Americans, which hns no far completely failed Chicago po lice willing to turn Nathan Lahtner, tip alleged gold-dust swindler, over to th. Roston authorities John A, l.eavlt breaks the 1000-yard swlmlng record, ge Ing the distance In 16m 38 1-5 seconds General Gomez reaches Gullies In hi triumphal Journey to Havana D Howard S. Lowry, a Kansas City etc tlst, confesses Judgment to $25,000 In i action for breach of promise Lett in a Siberian paper from n sportsnia who declares that he found the r. mains of Andree's ballann Suit fc libel and damages brought by a Fnli Held, Conn., widow against her ex-son In-law Steamer Germanic raised . New York; damage will reach $150,(0 City Physician S-exton of Maldei Mass., protests against alleged dlscrln t;iatlon In admission of patients to hos pltnls Agreement reachd on con. promtso nrmy measure, by which force will bu 97,000 men for two years Gen ei-al Eagan appears before beef Inqulrj court and explains the methods of tin commissary department Many Chic opec, Mass., nnow shovelera puld iu back poll taxes Attempt to rescue a prls oner from the shurKT of Waterbury, Vt, proves n failure, SATURDAY", FUR, 25. Admiral Dewey's dispatch to send the Oregon at once, for "political reasons, 1b tkot to mean thut Admiral von Dled rlchs threatens to land men at Manila under protense of protecting German Interests Johnson of Indiana, In tlu course of a speech on the army appropri ation bill, makes a lierce attack on tio president and Secretaries Alger nnd Long Hamburg-American line steam er Rulgiuiii reaohes Ponta Deluda crippled from her experience In storms Hill to Increase the salaries of Maine supremo court Judges killed In tin. legislature Lord Charles Beresforu talks on China In New York; hopes Germany, Japan, England and America will unite, to protect Integrity of the orient -Mataiifa averse, It Is said, to seeing Sainoan islands under German control Commercial bodies of Nor folk, Portsmouth ,-uid Rerkley. Va u. sire the 8-hour law extended to prlvaf shlpyoras rbe A,. Head arrested Open Stock China. The writer wonders if the rcad--rs all know the advantage of open tock goods. Take the whole set if you like, or take half of it, leave out any piece or number of pieces. Come and replace any piece you may have broken. The entire set would cost you no more if you took one piece each day, or the whole set at once. We have this open stock in fine China, Porcelainc, Granite, (white or decorated). Wc have regular 8. 50 112 piece English Dinner flJ AQ Sets at tPU."0 We have the kind you see advertised in New York and Boston papers at $12.50. As a bargain our price $10 Wc have been working for five years to get the best $15 Dinner Set in the State. It's a surprise, look everywhere, get their prices, then come to the Temple and we will leave it all to you. MEET ME AT THE TEMPLE. In I.ynn, ;Uaas., on a charge of Incen diarism In Cambridge, Nov. 17 Inst Pradstreet's reports good demand fo Iron nnd cotton products Senate at taches Nlcaraguan canal bill to rlvei and harbor bill, as an amendment, and without..-) division, after which the 1)111 passus by a vote of 50 to 3 Stlllman S. Blanchard's name to be sent to the senate by the president for appraiser of merchandise at Roston Muster out blanks of the Fifth Massachusetts regi ment have been received Rudyard Kipling reported a little weaker. SUNDAY. FEU. 26. Transport Grant, with General Lawton on board, reaches Colombo, Ceylon, nnd both Otis and Corbln urge him to hurry Still trying to explain Dewey's Ore con request at Washington; Cebu sub mits to the Petrel and Otis will sr.id force there Olivia Drury claims ns husbatid Seth K. McAlptno, who wis jnarrled at Lowell recently to Miss Wattle C. Crandall Mr. Kipling's con dition very serious Shaw and Hunne- well win the racquet championship In doubles at Philadelphia, easily deleatlng the New Yorkers Alarm felt for the safety of the German steamship Moravia, a full month out from Falmouth, Ens Relieved at Fall River that manufac turers will try to make restoration of old wage schedule conditional upon adoption of sliding scale Silk thread trust organized In Connecticut Albert A. Recker, a Chicago sausage maker, charged with the murder of his wife, and police believe case Is a parallel to the Jjuetgert mystery Death of Privates Pendegast and Denning of the Fifth Massachusetts regiment; others danger ously 111 Invalid nephew rescues Mrs. jEllen Grimes of Hyde Park, Mass,, from being burned to death Democrats In congress envy Congressman Moody be cause of hit he made In advocating the promotion of Dewey Boton asks for $1,000,000 for site and building for use of Ihe United States appraisers, MONDAY. FED. 27. European forces, It Is reported, are being landed in Manila as a precau tionary measure to protect lives and property of subjects; such reports dis credited in Washington Selectman Smith, Chief of Police Mitchell and Po liceman Mitchell of Hull, Mass. .arrest ed; Indictments alleging they received bribes for protection of Illegal liquor sellers and gamblers American and British naval commanders work together at Rluellelds, Nicaragua, for humanity and to spare bloodshed Kipling very low, and the gravest apprehension felt for the outcome Congressional Tem perance society of Washington holds a service In memory of Mr. Dlngley Emperor Nicholas reported In falling health, with mental ailment German prince sees In the United States a dan gerous Industrial competitor for all Europe Oenerals Brooke and Loi speak at banquet In Hayjmn; their re marks encourage the Cubani to hope for nbsolute Independence Sultan of Sulu, with his harem and slave, come tinder American protection by the treaty of Paris .Moses Thatcher, n Mormor nnd polygamlst, declines United State; senatorshlp, fearing to "add fuel to the rising Ilame of public Rentlment" The Marlboro, Mass., strikers enter upon the 16th week of their strucgle Reported organization ot filibuster ing expedition In Kansas City to over throw the government of Guatemala Perfect working model of the bnttle- phlp Iowa presented by an Elizabeth, N. J man to Miss Helen Gould Sus quehanna river rising and Ice breaking up, and people of Lancaster, Pa,, fear a freshet Last week ot the present congress finds many Important meas ures to be acted on: no extra session looked for W. II. Jackson of Bldde- ford, Me,, pw;aches a temperance ser mon, In which he scores Mayor Stone's administration Secretary Long may establish n European squadron, with Admiral Schley In command Frye- burg (Me.) academy student charged with counterfeiting Frank Iiutlcr, sal to have at one time been a Boston grocerymsn, thrlco attempts suicide In St. Louis- Death of an unknown worn Saturday, March 4, to Monday, March 13, Inclusive. We have Sti-aus American Cut Glass. N. B. Wc sell at wholesale as well as retail. We will take maple sugar and syrup (in bbls.) at market growing every day, as merchants learn the prices we arc makmp; to the trade. This lamp complete 87c For my lady's cabinet our MEET ME AT THE TEMPLE. an at Wlnchendon, Mass., who admitted that she took laudanum Millionaire Hnlligan of Chicago offers to endow Kentucky university with $500.000 Odd Follows' hall, business block and dwelling destroyed by lire at Cllftondale, Mass. TUESDAY. TEB. 28. Roland R. Mollneux under nrrest, charged with the murder of Mrs. Kate J. AJiiii, diamatlc end of coroner's inquiitt; experts and letter box man fur nish damaging evidence Filipino In surgents to the number of 8000 wish tc surrender Tho army reorganization bill, with the Gorman amendment, passed by the senat Physicians en tertain hope of recovry of Rudyard Kip ling; pati-nt held his strength well on most critical day of his illness Fall Klver manufacture rs grant full restora tion of vages to mill operatives, to go Into effect April 3 next The revolution Rt Blueflelds brought to an end De struction of Provlncetown wharves threatened bv the Ice William Cunnlff of Boston dies from a fractured skull, and Edward Yates Is arrested on charge of murderous assault Democrats in congress, at a caucus, Instruct minority members to urge resolution declaring against permanent sovereignty In the J'hillpplnes; Joe Wheeler says wars are popular The trial of Senator Quay postponed; attempted tampering with the jury hinted at as the reason Hull, Mass,, officials plead not guilty to in dictments charging them with receiv ing bribes Two more deaths In the Fifth Massachusetts regiment: Burnett and Roberts the latest victims The Pavonia starts from the Azores In tow of two tugs for Liverpool Kipling left pleasant remembrance In Gloucester, Mas3 where people are anxious for his recovery Governor Roosevelt asked to testify before the beef inquiry court Reunion of the veterans of 61-65 who have been mem bers of the Massachusetts legislature and state departments Frank Clark, the Maplewood, Mass-., hermit, found dead at his home College wheolmer who race will bo in a class by themselves Members of the Ninth Infantry tes tify before the court of Inquiry In re gard to canned meat Issued to the regi ment. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 1. German kaiser asks Uncle Sam to pro tect his subjects In the Philippines Recorder Guff refuses to enjoin Colone! Gardiner, at the request of Motlneux's lawyers, from asking for an indictment Expert Carvalu withdraws from prose cutlon, and says Mollneux did not write the letters and specimens Home coi respondent of a London paper says It is feared the pope hos pneumonli and will not reoovor Physicians Issue . bulletin Indicating an Improvement If the condition of Mr Kinllng .Wi CASTOR I A Tor Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars tho Slgnaturo of Bean th 8 KM You Haw Almys Bought B,gnr 0557 O.A.ST'OXt.XA. Bmti tbs lha Kind You Have Always Bought Bignr Z&tf OASTORIA. Bsm the j KM You Have Always Bought price. Our wholesale trade is French and German novelties. I MEET ME AT THE TEMPLE. Redford manufacturers to Increase wages April 3, Rhode Island mill owners also to follow Fall River's lead St. Louis club suspended hy National league magnates Jack Bonner loses to Tom my West on a foul at the Lenox Athletio club. New Y'ork, as he used oil of mus tard on his gloves In the eighth round Dr. Taylor's acceptance of the presi dency of Brown university said to bt almost certain Test of beef given In number of plates of meat, cooked, hot ind cold, and enlisted men asked to tell which was Ike that us?d in Cuba -itate of Maryland presents a medal of old find ulainonds to R- ar Admiral .hley Windsor hotel, Hnlyokj, las.. desticyed by fire: lc?s estimated t J-100,000. panic 111. the opera Honsj nrrowly averted Powerful intluences t enngrc-ss arrayed against thu N c raguan canal bill as an nniendmon i to ;ie river and harbor bill Conferenoa . granite manufacturers and labor don committee of Quincy. Mass., dis dved. and negotiations end, strike of 00 cutters threatened-! Jesse James quitted of train robbery un first bil- t Steamship Moravia, Hamburg1 jr Boston, wrecked on Sable Island, and .o race obtainable of her crew of 43 to 0 men; -'essel was worth $150,000, and .iad a valuable cargo of merchandise George Fred Williams chosen a men- br of the Democratic national com mittee in place of Judge Corcoran by tho Massachusetts state committee. Relief In lx lliniri. Distressing Kidney and Bladder dlse.ua relieved In six hours by "New Great South American Kidney Cure " It is a great surprise on account of its exi -c J Ing promptness in iclieving pain In I it. der. kidneys and back, in male or fern e. Relieves retention of water almost unme. ellately. If you want quick relief and cura this is the remedy. Sold by R. II. Stearns & Co., druggists. Burlington. Vt. For frost liiu.s. burns, indolent sores . o. srm.i, skin disease, and especial. y r.ies, De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve M.iiiJs Hint nnd lust. 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