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COPYRIGHTED. -.ttt fruit melange. A combination of dirr-icnt fruits which I rail as above has several nnnics, hut io mutli-i whin II is mlled, shuiild have ji pi. ice In iitrj household, us It In n most llelh lon., is well us ceolh-nilcal, pi ep.iru t m It Is easily Hindi', requires no cook ing, and will keep for yours If piopciiy ir parnl. In s mo sections you should have he- f;nii curlier to make your moluiiRc, lull t Is not yrt too Into to secure ilcsliablo Ivsn't- You n ay liogin, If you U"-t t With ulrawlii nks nt tin- tlrst f i tu- sca-t-ou, and c .it'll surooHSlvo kliul nt ft lilt I.-, it appears In tin- maiki't, hut ho tine 1 ul In i'tr case to use olil nli i', i-bnlee I' iiit ! r a it it'ptai h' 1 um' a thiTi'-Koi-) -t no Jnr. and If you hiivn mt an old j th.it Is pr-rfu'lly sweet, 1 suggest ou I ,i IK W lll'. Ns'-, lining that you stint the melange iv i h ' raw i "i rh's, you sh"iilil I'm- that i? i tar stm and ticuii two pounds of so Mid fri-it. the fiesher tin- better. Add to It an ti..tl weight of tin best gran ulated sugar and plait- the mIMurc In tho 1 i a- a last-- lor your Hliut-turr, T prm.nt lii-nii-iitatlon, cover tho fruit Mill a pint A pure ah-ohol, In wludi hut 1 1 . i ii two dniilnns of salicylic 1 Th-- amount of spirit will In- sillll vl. t i r i'i i-iiiiu ipi.intlty of trult n-od. i - r nr lar with n t-loth, tying tl til si i ireb and sft away in tin- ciilui or hJii.i i ilur n nl plnt-f, stirring for three vr f r n i irt'iii:- thiiiouKhly with a wood- n pi Hi liiitll tin' sugar Is all dissolved, I inj, an fill nut lo mash the fiuil mule ll'iin i -ii..- iluti'ly ntcossnry. Tm ucm i run in Its sea-on shonhl ho li-li .il In tin snmr wny, always with Its w sht of sonar mill tin- stilling foi s"V 1 1 I mornh.-js after tin- fruit Is plated In ih, Jar a t r.irgotrn. f .heme-, .in us'd. tiny shrould llrst Ih mtii l. Aprleols and peach, s should ho 1 r 1, -t.'iirl ai'd ipnil teleil, Willie pours ii. ul. i in p.iuil, ipiiint-ri-d and cored Or pes w.tli the possible except Ion uf Jla m: s. -.hnlild hi- avoided, us they 111 e X .,) t II f si'-'s to he tleslralili'. Kiisp ii rr s Rit a delightful tlavor, and tinea l,. ..aid In used 111 your jar without t 'iMiient M.'st varieties, of plums may l.l-o he put in to pod ndvantaRO, hut in ail I, s rt mi vu tin- stout s. The .iihiltlon uf seeded oinngos and of h moil pi el, citron, titt .. I have found of in val'ie, and would not advise. If the jar fa lill-nl with other fnsh fruits. I. i ii i rait is ospctialiy sweet hy roa l i 'f tin inhlmiilnn, you run lessen tho Jr Uf a-eil. Ian never put In less siicar tnnii n't' the weight f the fruit. After tlu ,ur Is lllled. let it stand for purr 1 woe's when, If you desiir. yoll i, in remove It to smaller glass jais, seal liu nut in no rase heuting, the melange. if y u t.il'.i tin mixture out of the larger Jur jou will prnlinhl have, a surplus of luler, which, if thinned hy itself, makes a most ph-as ng pudding sauce or a delic ious uihiitl n to lemonade. It is a fruit f-jrup par excellence. If you find the reclpo too late for the jip sent season, put It carefully away for vu next year. When once you tiy It, j oil Hill never he without l-'iuit Melange. LOUIS HOIK. 10 H YOFH SOItAH HOOK. Choice Recipes From Manly Sources and of Acknowledged Worth. PF.AH JKIihV, Stlect juicy pears which aro not too ripe, quarter, core and cut Into small pieces without paring. Hut Into a kettle with one pint of water to every four pounds of pears. Cook over a slow Hie to a pulp, turn into a .telly-hag which has been wrung out in billing: water, and let tlnp wit hi ai i .stpieezlng. .Measure the juice ai d allow the same quantity of sugar. I'ut llu liquid tier the fire, bring to the boll 1 i iint and boil 2a minutes. In tho meantime lit at the sugar by spreading it oi i In pans and sitting it In an open oVeii; when the pear Juice has boiled 3) minutes, aJd the hi-attd sugar, stir until dissolved, hilng again to the boiling point, and It'll until on dropping a spoonful into a cold Kiucer a rkln forms quickly over it; It iisti..by takes from tlvo to 10 minute-. 'J'. ko from the lire a ad pour Into Jelly glasses. I.et stand until rold, pour over Iht t p of each glass a little molted pai Itllue, and'whor, it haidens cover with jm cr putcd over all. DATE JKMjY. CAn1 thror.fiunrtnt'i2 n T !i rtminil rT (lfltfit; In' three cupfnls of t-oltl water for three V n,-,il off ll. U MI..1- nn.l Mtt-nlti Mirongti a cloth, add a cupful and a half )t Mig.ir, 1'ick a minute, add the dans, ltined and rut in two, to thr syrup, anil took until tender. Sak half a hex of f:elUliii In a little cold water for 2n minu tes, then pour into tin- syrup and cooked llutt . When all Is dissolved pour Into a mculd W"t with noli! water, and set asido lo harden. Serve with whipped el ram or ir am and sugar. This should bu uiailo Jie day bcf'U'e It lb needed, PINK APPM-: 1MB. fir'ite a gni'd-sizcd phte apple, an equal ivelght of sugar, half as much It ttiu e, int. cupful ol cream, beat the butter to a "ream, add tho sugar and yolks of live i'g, keep on btating until very light, Ihen a Id the cream, the pine apple a ml the whites cf the eggs beat.'n to a stiff jroth Hako with an under i-rust. only, jerve cold. POHK STKAKS, HHOIMOD. Trim, season and roll them In melted butter and brentl-cruinhs; In oil them ovrr a nioderatri llro until thoroughly done, Make a sauce of live tahlt spoonfuls of vinttjur anil half a teactipful of stock; let it boll, and thicken witli a lltilo (lour, ytrim, then add prpper and some pickles thupped. IlAOOl'T. Take pieces of mutton, veal, href, tr rabbit rut Into any size, or shupf deidred, hi. tt a t iiih -poonl ul of dilppings or lard In a sauce pan, and when hot, fry the Went until nlino.-t done. Tako out tint lnt.it, and add a teaspoouful of Hour, blown It, mill a little lukewarm water, mix It will, and then add a quart of lull ing water stasia with salt anil rayenrio ptpper and the meat, thieu or four on ions, six cf seven potatoes, partially boiled befrre being put into tin- ragout; cover closely, mil stew until the vegetables aro done. Take out thu meat ami vegetnhlt'tt and skin oft all tint fat Horn tho gravy, tenson more, If necessary, pour over thu ragout ami serve. FHKNCH HOItl.H, Mix nnd sift together one quart of flour, a teaspoouful of salt, two heaping tca sponrifuls of linking powder, add gradual Jy but quickly a seconld pint of water, turn tho dough out on a floured Innrd, uredge with Hour on top, roll out a quarter of in Inch thick, and cut Into rounds with a biscuit cutter; put a piece of butter tho size of a walnut In the center of each, and t Id in much the shape of an omnlet, brush with a little egg over the top of rath, and hako on a hot greased tin in u quick oven. HOIU-ID SALMON, A pl'-ce of six pounds should bo rubbed with snlt, tletl cnrefully In a cloth and boiled slowly for three. qiiurteis of an hour It should be beaten with egg or :uprr sauce. If any remains after illu )it r It may hi placed In a deep tllsh, a lit tli alt t-piinlibd o-i r and a f acup of lioillnt; vluugar poured upuii it. Cover It rieely, and It will make a nice, breakfast I dish, HOW TO BOIL OH K ION" COttN. Take olf the outside leaves and the illk, lotting tho inncrmot leaves remnln on until after the coin Is holled. which rend ers the corn much sweeter. Moll for half an hour In plenty of water, dinln, remove the remaining leaves and seno. HlMCKfJ crnHANTS. Three pounds white snpar, live pounds ripe currants, one tnhlepoonful each cin namon, nutincK', clove ami allsplct-. Holl currants one lunir, (hen add siiK'ir, sl'ices, and cue. half pint vlneRpr, and holl one luilt hour. loiiKt-r. IMM55T3 HHSAY. ShowiiiK why shretldcd wheat biscuit make the hc.t toast In the world us a sub stitute for white Hour hrentl. Writ ten hy l.eon llyron Neville, use II, Whltlni,', Intl. a ovsi'iirric's stony. My stoniiirh's weak and weary, my ner ves are all awry; Jly head aches with n dull, dull ache; l tlii-re Is a mist before my rjc; I I'm hniir.,y yet I cannot cat; I'm tired Jet I'll I mot sleep; For spi i lr. s s-a.l icmorscful around my pillows weep. These spertres aie not common pliojts, ullillnt,' with noiseless feet; There an- Just tho shades of common thlnus thliiKs I dally eat. They caused the Ills 1 mentioned and many mtuo unsaid, Hut the hlRt;ct ffliost is tho "staff of life," the Khost of a loaf of bread. Iilontlles and pn'ie nnd l'avy eyed, with a knife stark In his heart, Which lirmipht no blood, for blood was not of h s listless form a part. OM'f was the loaf, the white, white loaf by baker's wiles made fair Hy arts enfoiced, unnatural only some of the wheat was there; The other part niutrltli-us, sweet man's need by Nature planned. Was Inst In tin, "pi-Dcess" multiplied, us it pas.-cd through the miller's hand. "Thou art my bane, thou bloodless loaf, through tliee diseases live!" But the spectral loaf Just feebly moaned I Mortal, fiu-Kive. forgive; Korclve! I'll restitution make, for I would be at rest. I'll show th"c n bread that will not lie, like a bullet In thy breast. "This 'staff of life.' freh pure nnd whole, Ged gave. Arise and eat! It's never been touched by human hands this bi-c-ult of shredded wheat. "Thon'rt weak, nnd toast Is greatful to stomachs such as thine; Not the soggy slice of the tlrnth-w bite Inaf on which dyspeptics dine. Hut a toaf-t from tho wholesome biscuit, toothsome nnd light and sweet, ITt food for Dewey's banquet, this biscuit from shredded wheat." First take the biscuit split it, and toast I the halves in a minute. Make ready now your blazer with a spoonful of butter in1 It, And t'ream one-half a tea-cup, of salt, one goodly pinch; Pour ovrr your hahes of biscuit, cover every inch. Or, better still, steam light two eggs, cover with grated cheese, I'lace thrin on the hot, dry toast, with a pinch of paprloi, please, Then pour the cream from the blazer; 'tis tit for a king to eat This toast from the bread that God has given, this biscuit of shredded wheat. TtpjLiilAiliiJtlLA 1 UMln mil Lily White 3 FLOUR is made of Michi' gan's Choicest Wheat and is a winter wheat patent of great strength and nutritive value. It is used by thou sands of people in the North, South and East and has won the approval of so many prominent cooks that we call it "the flour the best cooks use," It is for sale by gro ccrs in your town but if YOUR grocer doesn't have it, kindly notify us and we'll tell you where to get it. Be sure our name is on the package. 3 Valley City Milling Co. Ornnd Rapids, Mich. The Weekly Free Press Gives columns every week for a your 1.00. Xc other paper hi Vermont etui say this; no other paper gives so much news us tho Fit EE PKESS. You have a neighbor who iloos not tako tho FREE i'UESS possibly ho borrows your copy semi us his name and we will send him a samplo copy of tho best Weekly paper in Vermont, col umns ol nows a woo, $1 year. CHKAMKRV NOTHS. OranRC County Creamery company of Chelsea makes the following ntntc menit for Juno! Cream received, 2,2Znt, pounds, milk received at creamery, 3M, 113 pounds; butter made from sanie and an equivalent of milk and cream wild, RD9I pounds; rtiiinliiK expensett, IiicIiiiIIiir one half cent "er pound r n-rvd, l.trv.ZS; paid patroua 10 cents per nouiidj uveraiiu test, 1.UL IN HUB MARKETS. Quotations on the Leading Products In Demand. Boston, Aug. 2. A firmer tone has beer, developed In the butter market and strlrtty fine creamery la In better de mand. A slight udvnnce Is asked b some receivers on line northern crcntn ery, which Is costing more In the coun try, but the Kcncrnl run of extras rule at about same as Inat week, only selling ft little more freely. All the uneler grades continue plentiful and arc with out material change. Most nf the dealers nre opposed to ad vancing prices nt present, as they think It would be belter for all concerned to give exporters a chance to send a por tion of the surplus Ptock out of the coun try, nnd the only support which the firmer feeling now has comes from those who control n few of the finest nearby creameries, whose make Is beginning to shrink. The general Impression Is, how ever, that line butter has touched the lowesl point, nnd that It Is likely to en hance In value when trade Improves. While everybody admits that there I? n better tone to the market than Inst week, there Is n difference of opinion It regard to prices. Rome claim to he get ting 1!) cents quite readily for strlctl line northern creamery, and n few say they would not sell their fanry makes nt that. Otheis think that IS'" cents Is high enough to quote for the bulk of thi receipts coming In under the heael of extras, as the quality Is not running as good as a short time ago. There nie enough sales at lSife to 19 cents to make that the selling rnnge on northern cream ery, with some fancy lots held higher. The country oheese mnrket continues; on the boom, and advance prices havp been paid at all points. This has added more strength to the situation here and higher prices will have to be obtained to keep up with llrst cost. Sales of choice northern nt iftfl'i-c, but late ar rivals cannot be offered at less than 10c with any show for profit. The asking rate Is fit;ff 10c. It is hard to get buyers up to fl'ic, and they will probably re sist the further ndvance as much nfl they can, hut receivers are bound to hold till they can get a margin. There Is no Improvement In the egg situation. Hncelpts of western have been lnrge, and as nearly all are more or less nlfected 1 the heat trntle has been slow and unsatisfactory. It Is dif ficult to gt over lHic for the best western offered, nnd a large portion can be bought at l!Mf 14c. A few special marks rnnge up to 13c, but this kind Is scarce. Choice fresh eastern are at lfiifflTc, and some fancy new laid range higher. Strictly fine nearby eggs aro scarce and command extreme prices. The market In brans Is easier, es pecially pea nnd medium, with other va rieties fairly steady: Carload lots, pea, $1.37.(1.40; medium, $1.3T',4(!J 1.10; yellow eyes, $1.50; red kidneys, $1.S5; California small white. $1.90(31.95; I.tma, 5c per lb; Jobbing, 10c more. Leading spring wheat millers are still firm In their Ideas on Hour, and suggest to agents here not to be alarmed into offering flour any lower, since that at present prices it does not fully cover the ccst of wheat nnd manufacturing. They suggest that Jobbers and grocers may Ifc'alt, only taking what flour they are actually obliged to have In their trade, hut that they will be waiting to the ad vantage of the millers, since wheat Is down about as low as It is going, and is going to make an upward turn by time the millers have secured the best part of the wheat crop, when It will be found that there Is little flour due the trade, sold at the low prices of the pres ent time. The flour market Is dull and little changed. The position of cornmenl Is quiet and rather easy. Oatmeal Is steady, and quotations h.-i'e been marked up a little. The cereals are little changed. Corn has slowly declined a little for the week, with the situation easy. The weather has been tine for the growing crop. Itecent rains in Nebraska have been sulllclent to assure the crop of corn, without any more, while about nil of the corn belt Is now In a position of rapidly making one of the best crops ever har vested. Here the market Is quiet and rather easy. Oats are easy, with trade quiet. New oats are freely offering, to arrive In Au gust, at 20fi20Ac Quotations on old oats nre quiet. A dull hay market Is continued, with a full supply, and only tho best bringing full prices. Ilye straw Is in quiet re quest, with new straw near at hand. 1 The quality of the new is reported to be line. Klllfeetl is about steady at slight ly lower prices than prevailed a week ago; Hay, f.iifflC.uO; fancy and Jobbing, JlTfri8.r,0; rye straw, $105TU. i The pork market Is a shade easier, with ! fresh ribs lower and corned and fresh shoulders higher. Still, the position of hogs In the west Is very firm though possibly a little easier than at the high est point a few days ago. Hnston packers have made a larger output of hogs, the total for the week having been about 34,300; preceding week, , 33,100; same week a year ago, 29,000. The request for Boston packed pork prod ucts for export is good, but the ship- I ments for the week have been less than for the preceding week, which was a very heavy one. The total for the week came to about tho value of $175,000; preceding week, Koo.COO; same week a year ago, $215,000. I The beef market has ruled firm all the ' week, with the idea that the shipments j have been well cleaned up, though these shipments have been considerably In creased, Quotations nre deelnred to be firm at; Very choice steers, S?i 5?9c; good steers, 8cj light, 858!4c; extra heavy hinds, llV4c; good hinds, lOVStfj) 10',c; light hinds, lOfi 101,4c; heavy fores, CHe; good, OVJc; light. 5?i(fTCc; backs, 7i ffSifec; rattles, 4ifi.ric; chucks, CU(Sv7c; short ribs, lOHJiTiHc; rounds, S(g0c; rumps, lSffl3e; rumps and loins, 12'A 14'ic; loins, 12Uj(f(lCc. The total arrivals of beef for the week Included 1C3 cars for Boston nnd 171 cars for export, n total of 337 cars; preceding week, 141 cars for Boston and 125 cars for export, a totnl of 2fifl cars; same week a year ago, 141 cars for Boston nnd 155 cars for export, a total of 296 cars, Muttons and lambs are In full supply, and the market Is rather easy. Veals are also easy, with the supply large; Lambs, 9!4JT12e; Brighton nnd fancy, 10 Bi-Vjc; yearlings, Q 9c; muttons, 7(f?8V'2c; fnncy, 8fT9c; veals, 69c; fancy Brigh tens, S(i79Vje. The poultry market has continued steady, with only a fair supply. Live chickens and fowls have brought bet ter prices; Northern chickens, 1518c; broilers, 1620c ; western Iced chickens, 14ft16c; fowls, 10011 ie; fresh ducks, 16(g) 16c; live fowls, 110120; chickens, 13 15c. The supply of apples Is very large, from tho southern and middle states, though a few natives art- beginning to come. For the week the receipts of apples were 44C6 bbls; Inst year, 2281 bbls. The mar ket Is easy, by reason of the ovpr-supply. Tho very best Nyack pippins will hardly bring above $3 per bbl, with many that have to be sold for less. The market for round lots tnuy be quoted at; Nyiick pippins, $2.5051,1, Williams, $!.76ffr2.60; fnlt to good lots, $2ff2.fi0; red ostrnchans, $l(iTl.ri0; ordinary, $l.2r.?l.f.O per bbl. Crates and baskets soil from 25c to fi5c. Strawberries are dune for the Beaou of 1839, except possibly a fW morn crates ftom the provinces. Bnspbcrrlea nre very abundant, and the quality Is fine, In spltt; of the fact that early re ports said that the crop had been ruined by the drought. They sell nt fi(38c for pints, In case lots, wllh Jobbing lots possibly lo to 2c more, Blueberries are nlso very abundant, with the mnr ket easy at 8 Iff 10c, as to qunllty, Black berries continue to conic forward from Jersey and Delaware, with a few lota from farther north. They sell at SifTlOc, In case lots. Por currants, the market Is easy at 5Ji7c per quart box. In caso lots. Cioosebctiics are vi'y plenty, with a good many here In boxes holding n peek, more or less. They sell nt $1, with a limited demand. Tor the week the total receipts of berries watt 6I0B crates; same week a yenr ago, 11,123 crntes. Potatoes nre decidedly dull, under the fnct of more having been shipped here thnn the market required, Prices have continued to break till the best Blistols were only quotable nt J1.75 par barrel, with other lots at JHETl.BO, as to quality. Only a few- sweet potatoes are nt hand, nnd the market Is very high, say, $4(&5 per barrel for choice yellow sweets. Tomatoes nre very plenty, with prices low nnd wide range. Hothouse sell nt 4ift5c per pound, with natives at $1 f? 1.25 per bushel. Jersey crates are dull at 60ffT00o per bushel. Cucumbers are plenty, with good lo best native quoted at $1.25 pr box. Other lots sell for less. Squashes ore fairly plenty, and nre quoted at 50c1)$1.50 for crates and barrels. Watermelons hnve continued In very full supply, and the mnrket Is easy at lfW20c, with possibly a few fancy bring ing 22'iffi.V. For the week the re ceipts were 72,815; saint) week a year ago, 88,300. Cantaloupes are In bad shape, from an oversupply, nnd have to be sold at low prices, unless of the very choicest va lltles. No really ltocky Korts have yet been In the market, though raised In the south from seed of that variety. But this week there are some melons from the same valley as the genuine Bocky Forts, and the flavor should be good. Prices on cantaloupes are at wide range; nil the wny from 50c to $3 per package. Green corn Is more plenty, and sells at 50c(ff$l per bushel, as to quality. Kgg plants are quoted at $1.25 por dosen. The arrivals of mackerel from the fleet hnve been tho largest of any week for the season; 1910 barrels landed by the fleet nt all ports. While this quan tity Is by no means large, yet It s'Cuws that more mackerel are being taken, with the outlook rather better. But the mackerel being taken are mainly small. The market on codhsh Is very firm, The late arrivals from the banks are being quickly taken up at higher prices, and It looki) as If the market would soon bo bare of codllsh again. The Jobbers and dealers note a very good business at firmer prices. Lnrge dry bank, $5.25 $5.50; medium, $4,7555; large pickled bank, $5: medium, H.2yu $1.50; large shore and Oeorges, $5.50(JfG; medium, $1.50; pickled pollock, $2.50; slack snlted pollock, $3.25fj3..-i0; hake, $2.75T3; had dock, $3r3.25; boneless hake, 4j"c per pound; boneless cod, 6C'12c. Pickled herring are In quiet move ment, with a firm market. Prices nre nominally unchanged. Nova Scotia split, $0.50(iT7; Newfoundland, $5.50i6.50; medium, $5ti5..".0; fancy Rcatterle, $7Q S; round shore, nominal, $4.7515. American sardines are steadily held at full prices, with only a limited move ment. Wholesale and Jobbing, VI oils, $2.90i?T3; !i4 mustards, $2.95ft 3.10; U mus tards, $3,255(3.30; '2 oils, $4.75fi 5. The great llrmness in canned lobsters Is continued, with the offerings very small. Flats. .$3.103.25; talis, $3(3.10, canned shrimps, $1.351i 1.10; clnm and llsh chowder, $1.GO01.75. Smoked halibut continues In both lim ited demand and supply, with the mar ket nominal. Strips, 7 9c; chunks, 9(2?fl2c, wholesale and Jobbing. The canncrs have obtained quite a quantity of good mackeiel for canning lately, and they are being put up for tlvo mnrket. Quotations are unchanged, One-pound regulars, $1,505X1.55; 2-pound ovnls, $2.50(S2.75; 3-pound ovals, $2.75(g'3. Dry and pickled fish are in small re ceipt, with the possible exception of her ring, which have been coming in a little more freely. Nw York Proline., Market. New York. Aug FI.Ol'H Becelpts, 15.4US barrels; exports 1S,75 '.i.-irrels; sales, Kt packages. Quiet, hut steadily held at the nr. pes. 1 Winter patents, $3.i;ofi3.75; winter straights , $.t.3'i'i3.IO; winter extras, $2.401 2.80; winter 1 low grades, $2.3ni2.40; .Minnesota patents. $3.70'ii3.i: .Minnesota linkers, i2.P0'i3.ia. IU H Fl.Ol'It-The market was dull. Ciood to lair, $2.l3.10; choice to fancy, $3.1013. 3". W1IKAT Itecelpts, ::9,775 biiihcN: ex ports. 5S,0s5 liil'liels; sales, l,ll,nu0 tiu-h-cki futures, 90,0f0 bushels spot. Spot linn. No. 2 red, "O'tc f. 0. b. nllo.it spot; No. 1 Northern Dultith, : No. 1 hard Dulutli N)8e f. o. b. alloat to arrhe; No. 2 letl, 74?eC elevator. Options opened steadier at i) advance on higher cables ami hall storms In the Northwest, Subsequent firmness and a sharp afternoon advance jwcre Attributed to reduced llurop in I crop estimates, nervousness among short-, Nor4hwet and foreign bu.ving and 1 n tlnui'd crop damage news. Closed (inn at 3,e,i7un net nilvnnee; Dee.. TP. Il.irn' clot eel c; hept., 74 7-li'-175 3-lGc, closed ,75'i.e. CORN Receipts, 114.075 bushels; exports I9771 bushels; snles, OO.mH bushels fiitiiii'F, ; jwMi misneis spot. HKt llrm. No. 2, ;:7'o . t . o. b, afloat, S."i7e elevator. Options cpen- ened steadier at 'c advance through pios Uieetlve light receipts and rumors of crop 'damage In Nebraska. It was siistalneil later by the rhe 111 whnat, big clearances ,inil covering, doped llrm nt Wc i.et nil- Nf,,i...-t Sli.l.t -r.V.-:, '.".7.... -.?... hfn JI"i"i.i.ic, closeil 3.1c r, t 'i-t; T i... "T .-.ii I.... i.i.i. 3H.IW3 bushels: salt's. IMUd) bushels: snot V, ( i3 ,-,lll-. IFUlll'lS. I'AMUl If. illnner, No. 2. 27e; No. 3, .ie; No. 2 while. 1 28o; truck mixed western, 2i',12Sise; No. 3 I white. 27c; track white, is'iiS-V. Options neKiecieil anil reatuii'lt'SM. choice bhlm''"K' K"1"1 ,0 iiiti'i.-tj ti''..' ,1..., f,..i 1.1 . pounds, lCiffrTr; Tuxas dry. 24 to 30 pounds,' ViWilic; Callfornlu, 21 to 26 pounds IS'sc. WOOIz-Mnrki't was llrm. Domestic 1 ?iAi''"u." t'1."'!?-''' ,1;i''ni; . ... Aug. VrUnmii'm cut Vi75 S A ft! 25 coiiiiioiiiiil $1 S71-'?1 Cut. PORK Market llrm. Mess, $'l,5nii Ki.M; short, clear, $10.2.V( 11.75; family, $10..VKi ll-"'. ... 15 " " ht ct'ory'UmiP.CI,'f.i factory. ll?,lle Imliaiiou vv'.mwry. 131,! 15V; Stato dairy, 13lil7o; Slate creamery, 15Hl'c. CHEESE-nrm. Lai go white and col ored. Ii'jc: small do., iu-jo. I KGGS Irregular. State and I'enn., l.'.IMGc; Western regular, lii13c; Southern .H'glle. I'OTATOES-Qulet: fair io print". 1-.MJ f1.50; common, KMi75c; fancy, $1.75fI2.D; 1 Southern Sweets, $2.(4.('0. TA L LOW Firm, City, i2o bid; conn try, WiWiC I'ETROLEU.M Market firm. Rellnod New York. $7.hu; Philadelphia nnd Haiti , more. $7.75; do In bulk. $5.25. ! COPPER-Qulet. Brokers, $IS.5i.; ex change, J1S.50. 1 COFFEE Options closed steady, un changed to 5 points lower; suit?.". 20.5(0 bags, Including Aug., $t.3W4,35; Sept., ft.35 1 Oct.. $4 40, Nov, $145; Dee., $1.6.), Feb., l.!); .Marcn, s,oo; .Mny. $5.10. Spot eoirc Hio eiuu; .mi, 1 invoic, ,v4c. No. 'Hi.e. Mild nulpi: Cnnlnvn Tiwull jobbkii; SUGAR Itaw steady, stiong and h- Id hlKher; fair, rellnlng, i 15-lile; Crntrlfusstil, M test, Pse; molasses supnr, 1 13-lfio. The I'oilni'd market to-day was stcu ly. No. Ii, I 13-Hie; No. 7, 4c; No. S. 4 U-Kie, No. 3, 4c; No. 10, lVje; No 11, 43e, No 12, 1 E-Ple, Nil. 13, 4 5-i'.e, No, H, 4I4C, mould 11, 54i', Ktaniliird a, 5V, ci-n. fectioners u, 6Uo, cut loaf, 5'ic, crushed Cc; powdered, fiic; granulated, &Vii cubes. KBW YOHK LIVK STOCK MAUKKT. New York, Aug. 2. HHKVUH llrcelotH. 2-XW. Hlcis and fat cews steady; bulls ami medium mid com mon cowh weak. Steers, SI.'fi'd.ViM; stack ers, $3.tl0; oxen and stuns, ViO'ri l.i'n; hulli', $2.501.1.50; mainly $2.iW((l!.fA Choice nnd extra fat bulls. $:i.V,74.30; cows, $l.h vrl?,."i; cnoice rat, 51. in; export, ji.'i'is quarter, ot beet; to-moriow none. CALVKK-Hocilpts, .Wit Veals, $I..W?' 0.75. Culls, $1.004 4.2.i; tops. $7; buttermilks tl !OI.i9 ,.uu,v HfAAqiit Sllf-JHP AND I.A.MI1H Iteeelpts, 9537. Slurp xt-vidy; lambs lower. Sheep, 4.75, Inm'.is, $l,7iVftii7l,2, one car choice, .7.10 culls, $I..'iO. 11(1(18- Itrcolpts, 1975. Slow mid low er at $1.05Ti,7o; choice Stale hog.-t, $1 M. LIVKIU'OOl, COTTON MAU1CKT. Liverpool, Aug. 2. COTTON Spot fair demand; pilceq b-irely supported; American middling, V,d. The sales of the day wvre lo,.i!iO bales, ut which ICO") were for speculation and ex port and Included 9300 American. Itecelpts none. i-uiur"s openeii unit clotnu quiet at the decline. 11UTTKK AND CHKKSR MAHKKT. Boston, Aug. lirTTIilt 1- rnier. .Noilhern. r-'-tl 1; Vc,,t';!:!1vlV"v,!!t;! ''iiitatlon, I5l7l5i..c; !n- uies. t.i-2'ft 1 le. CHI- KSi: Firmer. Western, "'.jlMjC. Northern, i'yqBc; CHICAGO PBODUCR MABKHT. Chicago, Aug. 2. The lending futures closed as follows: VYIIKAT-No. 2 Sept., C9'irj70c; lAC, 7I7i f72o; .May. 71 V. COIiN-No. Sept., aovcwiie; Ie., 2", (:i::r; Max. 30c. OATH- No. 2 Sept., 19'ic; Jfi'., 19-Sci Riav. 21li1l21'1i'. .MlSS j'OItK-Sent. K3.V Oct.. LABO Sept., $5.27''.; Oct.. SHOUT BIBS-Si'pl., $4.ii5; Oct itl.ll'J. Cash quotations were as follow-a; Fl.orit The market to-day was easy. Winter ititeli.s, $3. 1.Vn.t.V,; .t.mlKlits, $3.0011 $3.25: clears $2.8' "ii.tlO; spring spt'elaU Vn'l'k W?11;,?:,''-, l'0';1 i,tl0; straights, $3 u-ffiS.IO; bakers, $: 101p 2.i'.a. V 1 1 KAT No, .'! spring, wi'.-j titiM'; No, reti ill coitN-No. 2, 3K31'2c; No. 2 yellow. 32H- OATS No. 2, 20T2I',ic; No. 3 will'e. 22?f 'sc. HYM No. 2. .C'jC BAULKY -No. 2, 33f(3iie. FLAXSKKD No. 1. 97c; No! th'.veter.i. $1.01. TIMOTHY SLED Prime, $2.15. MICKS I'OllK-$7.0,I1S.:. LAID-$5 1011 5.22V SHOUT UHS Sides (loose) JSI.xrti ' I.".. SHOFLDIvRS, dry salted (boxed) JV5K 021-. SI I)t:S Short, clear, (boxed) ?.1.M..23. WHISKL'l Distillers' mushed roodA Jl.W. St'GAIt Cut loaf, $6.02; granulated. $5.50. nil th produce exchange -o-div butte' was firm: creameries. 13'l17c; dairies. 12 fil.o. Cheese Hrm, ir- ams, Dlj'JljC. Kggs Heady; fresh, li,a'rtl2c. THE BURLINGTON MARKETS. I.ocitt .-lull lliirttet.. riiirllngton, August 3. The following quotations are furnished by some of Burlington a merchants: DAIRY PRODUCTS. Dolan Brothers. Dairy butter, 22 cents a poundl -'reamery 1 inter 21 to 25 cents; ,iliiii 'iite-o. 15 cents a pound, sage che-'se, 18 cents; egs, 20 cents a dozen. Fancy clu c-se, 05 cents to $1.00 each, according to size: Roquefort cheese, CO cents a pound; Eng lls'a dairy, 30 cents; Ktlam, 90 cents to $l'.0) each; Neufchatel, i cents a package; Cheddar cheese, 35 cents a pound; Ameri can club house cheese, 30 nnd 40 cents per Jar; McLaren's Imperial cheese, 30 and 5?a per jnr; Swltzer or.eesc, 35 cents a pound. Philadelphia cream cheese, 25 cents each. Milk 5 cents n quart; pure Jersey cream, 1 Hi ccnis a quart. FLOUR, SUGAR AND VEGETABLES. J. A. liar bur. New St. Louis Hour, $1.50 per barrel; Michigan's best, $4.75; t'.pi-iug pali-nu ui.-l Minnesota patents, ft. 75. Bye ili.r. 3 cents a pound, Mnplo sugar, 15e a pound. Maplo sytup, $1.ij pur gallon. Gran ulated sugar Is fi'.s cents a puiind or Hi pounds for $1.0u; coffee A, 0 cents, iight brown, 5 cents; loaf and pulverized, S coins. New White Clover honey, 15 i-eiits a pound; cabbage, 5 cents; new beets 5 cents a bunch; pop corn, 1 cents a pound; curly lettuce, J. bead; ball lettuce, 10 ci tits; potatoes, SO rents a peek; radishes 5 cents a bunch; Bermuda onions ii cents a pound; tomatoes, 10 cents a pound, wax bean.-, 5 cots a qun't; gveen peas. I'i c.nts a peck; home grown squash, I cents a pound: sieen corn, 15 tvnis a dozen; peppers, 30 cents a dozm; Spanish unions, 5 cents a pound. FRUITS. N XV. J Olios. Bananas, 25 to 35 cents per dozen; ori iiges. 30 to CO cents; Fmons, .11 to 25 cents, tigs, 2u to 30 cents; dates 10 tents per pound; citron, 20 to 25 cents por pound; olives 35 cents per quart, and lucts to $1.50 per bottle; uvaporatcd apples, 12 cents; peach'", 10 to 20 cts.; apricots, 12 to 15 els; raspberries, 25 cents per pound; nuts, as sorted, 15c, apples, 40 to 50 cts a peck: prunes 10 to 15 cts a .lound; neet.uinos. 10 eet Is a pound; pineapples, 25 to .15 cents e.ii'h, raspberries, la cents a basket; thenies 15 cents a basket; bluelfriics, 10 tents a basket, blackberries, 12' lo 15 cents a uasKci; pcacues, ,.j 10 w cents .1 dozen. HAY, GRAIN AND FEED. .limes A: 1 -liatit. Hay, $S to $12 pe.r ton; baled, $12 to $15; oats ittj to 40c a bushel; beans, 51.10111.75 a bushel; spring rye, 9u cents a bushel buck- wheat, SO cents a bushel; peas, l.l) a bushel; corn, IV to 55 cents a buliel; middlings, $20 a tone, bran, $17 to $19 per ton, corn meal, $16 to $15 a ton; No, I pro eudr r, $21 a ton; No. 2 provender, $20 a ton; baled shavings, 30 cents bale; baled ryo straw, $12 a ton. TEAS COFFEES AND SPICEa F. 13. Jorlclus. Teas Russian Caravan Tea, $2.00 per pound; Ceylon and India, So cents and $1; Formosa Oolontjs, 50, 70, 9u cents and $.00; English Breakfast, CO cent.; Gun powder, SO cents; Young Hyson, 60 cents; Japans, 30, 10, 50. uo. 70 antl ko cents; Ap .... . Piei&irs lea, ceais; u. aim u., w cents; Ceylon. 00 and u cents; Motleys tea. Jl.tfl; ANetlilel tea, $1.25; Gold Star tea, SO cents, Coffee Private Growth Java, 40 cents; old Government Java, 35 cents; Mocha. 41 cents; Bourbon Java. 30 cents: Marlcabo. Per dozen: Uraln-O Cereal. 25 cents, $2.73 Per dozen; rather Knelpp s, 15 cents, J1.G5 per dozen; Now Eia Coftee. 25 rents; $2.71 per dozen; Shredded Wheat Corfce, 30 cents, $2.20 per dozen; Dandelion Coffee. 30 'HO cents; Golden Rio. 25 cents; Cereal Cof. a,ld Carm,!l Ce,ea1' 20 Lenu' 2M por ' dtizen; Old Grist Mill Coffee, tw cento, $2 20 per dozen; Postuin Cereal, 2b cents, 12.75 cuts; Malt Coffee, 60 cents; Kaffeobroad Coffee, 35 cents; Borden's Extract ColTee. 45 cents? Coffee. Essence. 20 cents: Gold B,"r '-o-'' 3 ccms' Spices-Shot Pepper. 40 cents per pound; White Pepper, 40 cents; Cayenne Pepper. CO ctnts, Java Cassia, SO cents; Allspice, JO cents; Ginger, 30 cents; Clovers, 40 cents; Nutmegs, $1.20; Mace, $1.20: Mustard, 50 cents; Paprlca. SO cents; Mixed f.plce, 41 cents; Curry Powder. CO cents. MEATS, POULTRY AND FISIL Albert K. -lotie-i. Spring lamb, hindquarters, 25 cents a pound; t'orequa-ters, 15 cents; lamb chops, 25 cents, mutton hindquarters, hh cents; forequarters, 10 to 12 cents; mut- ton chops, 12V to 20c ptr pound. Beef, Western, porterhouse, 20 to 23c, sirloin, ;'0 cents, round 15 cents; roasts, 1:14 to 20 cents; coarse beef, 5 to S cents per pound. Hams, sugar cured, 14 cents; 'breakfast bacon, 15 to 18 cents; California ham, !) to 10 outs; smoked shoulders, 3 cents; trlpo, 10 cants, picKiea pigs' fret, I2H cents; pickled lambs' tongue, 6 cent each; corned beef. C to 12Vj cents. Porl roasts, 10 to 12H cents: steaks, 12H cents; salt pork, S to 10 cents; lard, in rents; Veal roasts, 12'j tn 20 cents; veal steak. 13 to 20 cents. Sausage, 10 cents; German bolognu, 10 to. 15 cents. Turkeys, 20 cents per pound, fowls, 16 cents, ducks, 15 tn Idc, tiikketis, $1 2.i per pair The dif ferent varieties of llsh are quoted aw follows- haddock 8 cents, bliiflisli, 15 cents; cod sleik, 12'3 cents, halibut, 20 touts, sal moil trout, 15 to 18 cents a pound, Iresli s.ilmon, 35 cents; shad, 15 cents a pound; pike, 15 cents a pound. Wlmlenile I'l iiilllt't' Miilitrl, Burlington. August 3. Quotations nre as followo; Provisions Dairy butter, 15 to 58 rents per pound; creamery butter, 18 to 20 cents a pound , cheese, lo tents a pound; ckk, K cents a dozen; beans, J 1 .CO to $l..o prr bushel: honey, tiVa cents per pjiind; potatoes, 85 to 90 cents per bushel. Mi .itsIleof, Vermont, tlresscil, fi to 7 cents per pound; pork, tliessed, 5 cents; lamb, 15 cents; nmttwi, ll'i cnls; fowls, nllve, 10 cents; dressed 1311. cents; chickens, IS 2ents per pound allvo; 20 cents dressed. GREEN MOUNTAIN GEMS. Cntmiipiit nf Vermont Ct.ntu iiipttrrir on the On t-riitii ship nuil Otht-r I uplrs. The llirinlrv IVilK teei.lltK mmln tn ow Caiiihiihite.to.br' Stlckiiey had bc-otno ! the possessor of a lil.mk"t mortgage on ho gubernatorial nomination of iit yenr. No rm sr. ine.l .1 lit.. In iiimwi i- the mniilrv ,i . the L'Jiiilondeu-y hlft'-r rises to lemaik that i.eoiile Law i'i (the trevrrn..rsiiin'i n.'vv. v I Htlckiuy but political thltves stole It Irom 111 m. So for two years the people bail In their posst-.sl 111 sloh-n properly. Next Mar nil opportunity will be alfo-id"d them to rtnuii 10 its pinner owner anil me nnd the Sifter Is going 'o guess thit hrnest people, will do it and they, like without a murmur." If the governorship was given to Brother Stlckiiey last year It wat coiivi-vi.-d so quietly that nobody knt-.v anything about It and low Smith ha been en.li.ving Us 'possession without intlni ttlon,, so far as known, that ll did not belong to him. In the ranipnlijii ol IVW, l-'ro. Stlekney was a ceiidldate but fitlhd to feenre lilt' roveli tl pilzr. Ho may have ciiilm'd thai it was Htolen i.0.11 him at that time hut he seem- til tn make no effert tn ret-uvr It. lie lias nllcwed It to p:iss fiom one man lo another without attempting to res, u,- It and there -ni 10 be a prevailing opinion mat nit ' to ownership If I.- ma::es Hid. a claim, after so lung a tlni', will no more be recognized than will .in allegi'd mnrt p .go upon the ufortsiilil govi noi'shlp. Tho people will probably tike the matter lu hand and present 1 he governoi ship, clear nnd flee frim all encumbrance, lo some liian whose ability nnd standing will war-i-nt their fullett ionliil. iiee. Northth Id News. I.KT Pl'NISI IM I'INT FIT Till'. I'BIME. Tin yeirs In State's prl-on is the sen tence Imposed 011 William Andiews for as-s-anlt on a school teacher at Sprlnglleld. It will now he In order tir the i;sse Itee. ord to c.-til the -itteuilnn of the Itiitlanil News to the "be. miles' of Vermont jus tice. I'lioshurgh Stan Hrd. The miserably !'iadtu 1 ' c srtiteiice.whi'e it Is a kn ii .INgr.iee to the judge who ini pi'M'd It and to Vol mom who in Imposed ,,nn I,,. It.f. t,l.1.,n la ii-.. tlm ,lluirl-.wn lllilt , .. ,,,.;,, fll,,,.' '.,,,,, ,,.. ' . ,. Ti. . optj. rp(ipr,ri.. t,..-uiue Hie " punlshm-nt l.as in the ease in point l Its swiftness, I .for It did come elo.-e anon tho bills tit the crime. llutlaiiil rew. STA'iVS OF THF NATIONAL RITA It D. Keviybody will be jratllled to know that Vermont has a nilhtia. The Supreme Court of Veimont has lint 'landed down a decision making this eh-ir as mini. The dui.'loi, Is that the State niilltli whll- in tho service of t'ntie Sam were simply tu je.ytiig a fiuioiigh and when they retilinc.l tn Virmont the furiou-Th ended and they ncTiln bciniPi? numbers of 'he Veimont National Oiiard. Brandon t'nlon. A DI'-.MOCRAT SICFIv.S REST. O. H. P. Belmont of N'-w Yotk N author- i'y lor the statement that Eastern d"m 1- tiats aie Dying to Induce Dewey to be , "ine a cantlldtte for tho prcsidenv Ho s.-i.-s they h.vu sent William C. Whitney to t-:ut-fipe, cstenslhly to in ito Dewey to a d nner In New York, but 11 reality to invite lilni to become 'he r. - Jard beaier' of it united domcc-ucy. Mr Belmont, however, say- he does not havo any faith that the err.uul will succeed, and Mr. Whitney, hini-ieif, -n-s there is no truth whiitic- to the yiri; that he Is hi Eu rope only for rt St. Hratthboro Iteforiner. PASTE DIAMONDS. Brilliance llitrrnwcd Trnm Souia of Our V.-rnitint r.intcitipi.i nrls. Cor.srrstman Grout his been at Cale donia Springs up Ottawa way. for recrea tion and rest. The heavy Canadian tiuty 011 Vermont politics very likely prevented him taMiif any with him. Morrlsvllle News and Citizen. OWNS HIS PAPER. L. H. Lewis took a little sptce In his naner. tho News and (itfin. List, week to inform the, kind public, and more es- pec'nlly the Rutland Herald, that he own- ctl the paper, with the exception nf threo shines. Brother Lewis lias reason to ffel proud of his property. Waterbury Record. OLD HOME U EEK. "Old home week" in New Hampshire promises to lie a gieitt suecss, The snmo idni would werlt w outlet fully .veil in Vc miuit. Dr. Ilmry Boynton of Woodstock urges the matter very forcibly in an iu- teif.-tliif letter to tho Woudstoik Stand- ,,,,1 Vermtuiter wheiever they roam, aio characterised by Inten-o loyalty to their native State. It would, therefore, seem that a movement of this sort would np pn.il tvitli especial fnrco to them; and cr- ta!r.l. the Vol niouters ,vho are loj-nl enough to make their home.t within the good old State will lie very grind to wel- tome tlielt eirln broth.'i's and sisters home at least once a year. It can't be. doubted that a yearly fete-day of this sArt would urcusc- the enihusla-im of all Vi-r-nioiittr.-. Dewey Is cendns homo in October. Let nil other Vcrmonter?, from all over tho country de the same. Let Vermonters hold a reunion on their native heath and lei it be a rouser! St. Johnsbiiry Revub llcan. BACK TO THE HILLS. "My one thought now Is to got to lh hills of Vt-rtront, and to do so as soon as possible altiK- arilval In tho United States." Thus wiote Admiral DCwey to Gov. Smith on May I'i, and it Is safe to as-trt that tho lapse of more than two months lias not tMiisetl him to change his mind. Hn lias had the opportunity that come tn few men. lie has mule tho mont of that nppni Itinlty. Ills fame is world wide. ills v.oik is none. lioston Journal, There Is something touching in the tie- she of tin- great admiral to be at honiti onto nion. It is the feeling that tomes to all who r,e away from this Suite that s ",,,r I'I'-thplaea. No matter what til- iimphs have been vim or what fatiu- at hit veil elsewhere there Is alter all, no placo like home. Tho Landmark. HAS BUNG FIRE. It Is not yet authoritatively announced that the Vermont member of tho demo cratic national committee is a Bryan man. That announcement has hung firo for sev eral years, antl we oplno will continue to hang. Morrlsvllle Citizen. UNEXPECTED RESOURCES, Mr. Rnmbo. moving vaguely and uncer talnly toward his homo at a late hour, was held up by a footpad, who went through all his pockets and found a quar ter of a dollar. "Shay," hiccoughed Mr. Rambo, surpris ed himself at the extent of hit portable wealth, ' how Ju know- I nnd all that left 7' Chicago Tribune. THE BIRD THAT TELLS. The military man walked nervously back ami forth till his spurs jlngDd llko sleigh bells. Slopping abruptly before tho womnit who had confronted him, he nsk oil . I low do you Know all these things about my iMsf" "A little blid told me." "Sdeatli"' he hissed "Another round lobln" ashhistoi, Star HIE WEEK'S NEWS. THimSDAY, Jt'LY 27. General (llyses IIeureaux( president of Santo Domingo, ns!tslnatetl at Moca Provisional government established nt Negros California volunteers sail for home on the Sherman- Ucneral Otis cables that many volunteers nre re enlisting, and that ho might rnlse an ad ditional regiment Whatever lease of a Lynn cnnnl port may bo mnde to Can ada will be so restricted as to not Injure our coasting trade Dreyfus said to be seriously III Hitch at Pekln over pro posed treaty with Japan Canadian house of commons passes Pacific cable bill unanimously Catholic reforma tory ship Clarence burned nt Liverpool; all on board saved Two deaths at a London hotel alleged to have been caused by American canned fruit Judge Mnzeatl, president of court of cnsniTon, said lo have told President Loubet that Dreyfus Is Innocent. FHIDAY, JULY 28. State department confident that Can ada Will yield on Alaska dispute Columbia's new steel mast successfully stepped Ore hnndlers on the Ilanna dock at Ashtabula gain every point, and strike Is over Luetgert, Chicago sausage maker and wife murderer, found dead m his cell at .Toilet Pig Iron pro- , ductlon the past six months Increased 10 net-cent vet stocks nrp nenrlv snltl nut Nebraska farmers anxious for the corn crop, because of the lack of rain ' throughout the state Charge of crim inal libel against President Hostltor of the Brooklyn llnpld Transit company dismissed Over 3000 iron nnd steel workers, outside the Amalgamated as sociation, strike nt Youngstown, O Lloyd's Heglstor shows that next to (.rent Britain, America has the largest number of snlllni? vessels Americans : under uenoral nan capture uaiamna, on Lugunu de Bay Balfour says peace In , Tr.-i ti.vi,nl Is ntil vet assured Vlntnrln j Tn!mana KVe overwhelming ma federatlon-lprn In favor or federation Pro fessor Nlven claims to have discovered 1 - tho richest gold Held In Mexico Re port of the assassination of President Heureaux of Santo Domingo confirmed B. H. Howell, the American oarsman, wins the amateur championship of the Thames. SATFRDAY, Jl'LY 29. Ripley of Boston captures president's cup on Shamrock golf links Admiral Dewey says our next war will be with Germany Ten men badly Injured and others less seriously hurt in railroad col lision In Ohio New York, New Haven and Hartford rallmad freight clerksand handlers petition for an Increase In nay Attorney General Knowiton said to be willing to accept a place on the Mas sachusetts supreme bench Mayor Qulncy has sent President Diaz of Mex ico an invitation to visit Boston In Oc tober Attempted train-wrecking nt Shaumet, Me New oil Held with rich prospects found In Texas Hen-man Fcientlllc expedition to Alaska meeting with success Baltimore Interests buy the Peninsular railroad of Virginia for $300,000 New York tugboat captain dies of acute hydrophobia in Now York hospital Southern Pacific Increases Its capital ti' $200,000,000 to absorb Cen tral Pacific Several nut and bolt works In Pennsylvania to unite with $30,000,000 capital Btickmakers' strike in Chicago threatens to extend, and tie up building operations Davol mill management nt Fall River makes con cessions to striking weavers Call is sued for next biennial convention of World's W. C. T. U. at Edlnburg Vancouver bricklayers strike against Chinese Marine court finds Captain Farrell to blame for the wreck of the Portia near Halifax, July 10 Spanish manufacturers will make a 3troug effort to retain their business In Cuba, Porto P.Ico nnd the Philippines Dominican exiles rejoice at news of Prosldent Heureaux's death, and prepare to re enter their country and attempt to over throw the government. SUNDAY. JULY 30. Bad wreck on the Erie road at Lack- ' nwaxen, N. Y.; two men killed Ten . Eyck won single scull championship In the national regatta on the Charles Heavy boycott begun by union men In ' Cleveland Bishop Becker of Georgia ; dead Alleged Interview with Dewey declaring Germany our foe rldlouled in Washington Peace conference at Tho Hague Is closed Santo Domingo pre paring for an uprising under leadership of Jlmlnez; two American men-of-war going to the Island Edward Marshall. lho well-known war eorresnrwident loses a leg General Otis wants 100 Colt automatic guns and 1.000.000 rounds of ammunition Bad collision of freight trains on Norwich and Worcester road at Auburn Street railway from Co- chltuate to Wayland Centre, Mass., for mally opened New York police think they have discovered dynamite plot against Metropolitan street railway Increased deticit In Middlesex bank at Perth Amboy Burns Pierce wins 100- 1 mile paced bicycle race In New York- j Antl-Goebel Democrats In Kentucky to I name a third gubernatorial ticket Steve O'Donnell knocks out Beech Retible of Ohio Ex-President Guzman Blanco of Venezuela dead. MONDAY, JULY 31. Arthur A. Zimmerman beaten by Ed die C. Bald in a cycle race at Vallsburg, N. J Cadet on training ship Enterprise drowned while bathing Indications that there will be no otSrlal conflict be tween Adjutant General Corbln and new secretary of war Treasury receipts for July may not reach the anticipated total of J4S.nno.oOO The Little Annawan House, Swampscott, Mass., badly dam aged by fire Santo Domingo Insur gents preparing to attack Puerto Plata; troops being assembled Death of Judge George White of Wellesley. Mass Another eflort to be made to fix a constitutional debt limit for Boston Sir Thomas Upton made a member of the Royal London Yacht club Report that now ball league will appear next fall -Yellow fever breaks out at the national soldiers' home nt Hampton, Va Output of iron ore In 1S9S for the United States beats the recoid In this or any other country Summer school for teachers opens In Norway, Me Slg. Rotoll, retiring choir director of St. James' church, Boston, presented with n loving cup Quiet day In Cleveland, nnd cars are al most empty Big jewelry robbery at Magnolia, Mn.BS. TUESDAY, AUGUST 1. Boycott against the Bis Consolidated Street railway In Cleveland suburbs in full swing Hailstorm In North Da kota causes loss of $250.000 Eddie Connolly of St. John defeated In a 25 icmnd bout at Coney Island by Matty Matthews of New York Miss Ktllth Morell murdered by nn Indian In South Amherst, Mass Fire In West Tre- mont, Me., causes a loss of $30,000 I'lre In Holyoke, Mass., causes a loss of $150,000 Colonel Du Paty de Clam liberated Workman killed by the caving In of a sewer trench nt Hyde Park, Mass Admiral Dewey's tieet engineer nt battle of Manila buy retired with the rank of rear admiral Man with six wives, four living, arrested In Chicago Death of Brigadier General Nelson A. Cole Sudden 3eath of Sir James Edgar, speaker of tho Cunudlnn house of commons Death gt Judge Edward A. Upton of Vnkellelrl, Moss Rev, F C Priest electctl superintendent of Mnrblehentl schools New men nt Kelly & Co.'s morocco factory at Lynn, Mass., as saulted by strikers Boys of the Bos ton District Messenger company strlko nnd leave work; messages delayed Mrs. Kate Chase Hprague died at Edge wood, D. C Tiipper Lake village, New York, destroyed by fire; loss about $150,000 Ex-Ambassador Eustlco de nies that he has any Dreyfus case pa pers First utile of cotton brings $2000 at auction In New York exchange Miss Eliza Sanfoitl, 11 pensioner of tho Rovolutlon, died at Montcialr, N. J Klondike clean-up will yield $20,000,000 Boston men placed In control at tho nnnunl meeting of the Winchester-avenue electric road in New Haven Primary receipts of grain and western railroad earnings show Hint farmers are generally sending oltl crips at present pries Nebraska regiment lands at San Francisco Insurgents attempt vainly to recapture Calamba First national bank about to be established In Hawaii North Dakota, Wyoming and Idaho regiments start from Manila for home New missionary stations to be established in Caroline and Ladrono Islands by the. American board Gen eral Miles detfie-s that he has prepared a statement of war department contro versy for Socreilary Root Sir Julian Pnuncefote made a peer Women brigands raptured In Italy New scale j of wages for Grand Trunk engineers and j firemen Canadian bouse of commons adopts resolutions supporting British j policy toward Transvaal Contro- versy In Church of England over the J use of Ine-ense and lights In church Fervlce endetl by decision recommend ing their discontinuance. WEDNESDAY, AIT,. 2. Reports of South antl Central Ameri can alliance against United States ex cite derision In Washington Two children killed and another perhaps fatally Injured by falling rock, while playing under a leelge In Montpelier, Vt An automobile runs 3'2 miles In six minutes In Newport, R. I Body of Eugene Takahpuer, who killed Edith Morell, fnund In the ruins of the barn he burned Prices ef western lumber to be raised $1 per thousand Death of Colonel Hawkins nf Tenth Pennsyl vania reglinrnt nn his wny home fr m Manila Glencairn III beats the Amer ican boat Constance In the third race In the series for the Seawanhnka cup Meteor beats Britannia In the race for the queen's cup In regatta nf the Royal Yacht squadron Gloucester vessel owners will sell their fish on the open market hereafter Auburn (Me.) military ntlleers fountl guilty of catrylng liquors Into the armory Seventeen horses burned to death at Dorchester, Mass.; loss, $1000 Ad miral Dewey detinitely accepts courte sies proffered by the state of Vermont and the city of Montpelier Cottnn duck trust consummated Pulp mill at Cadyvllle. N. Y., burned; lns $25,000 Strike nf New York boiler makers and Iron shipbuilders Mollneux's re quest to Inspect minutes of grand jury denied Italian officials think fnir of the Tallulah men lynched were Italian citizens Western dry geiods dealers report a large and increasing volume of husiness Old white v. oman. charged with witchcraft, murdered by Indian squaws Charter granted to window glass trust and options on western plants taken Gunboat Dolphin collides with ferryboat Now York, badly damaging the latter New York policeman who robbed a dead body sent tn Sing Sing prison for four years Street cars col lide In Cleveland; no one Injured; boy cott extends tn department smres Three Chinamen ordered tn be deported by United States commissioner nt New port. Vt nuyers for 20 western com bination ftnres rraeh New York to pur chase $1,000,000 worth of good? Con troller Coler planning tn reduce New York's expenses $5.iwi.oao next year; radical methods proposed Discovery near Boise City. Id . of what promises to be one of the richest gol 1 districts in the northwest July report from Cripple Creek shows a falling off in the output of high-grade gold ore, but an increase in lower graeV" Pennsylvania railroad decides to establish a fund for pension ing employes who reach an age of 70 years Dewey sailed from Irlestef r Naples EHhu Root Initiated secretary of war; graceful farewell reception to Alger Old Russian boundary In Alaska said to be denned by monument containing charts Navy department I system of using one ship for the naval militia service of all states a great suc- Cfss W. W. 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