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THE TJUUT TNGTON FREE PRESS : THURSDAY, FEB-RTJA11Y 2, 1905.
.11 - I t It 1. I ECU' t I IK inn .11 UI.I 111IK". -fin III...,. t ..-nt-, .ikIa.I nil liml I'iifU IHliV I I lilt ICIl H I .'I "'I'M ,.,... .......... . . - o Aline nn L-ll'l'l lill uuruir, uir c-i - ... r. .....I ....... 1 ...1.. ,(.., i,lr,.1 friends md neighbors. Air. IktdoHle:. .) I. iiml liml 1i 'ii nearly fferer ft'olll severe SPIHUl lllS- w ill iii hi r f niiiplloiitlniis I'll l'i fipllo i f Ills silffi rings !i" i bright ami cheerful. Ills! li sympathy of nil In tin If H11. Cllllll I IK' lM'IK'PjHil Will meet .il -Ml. Wt'.'t iicvt Friday cionlm.". Topic: Millie ' T11 l'.ov. '. II. rti'T- i up' s Jolnislii'iy will occupy me Iplt nl he I 'nngl epa I lonul (.'lllillll next iii in y. !. il. Mui.t niul I'u iiilt y loot; them liy iinulM- Tiicsiluv ti.iiltu; January 21, to I t 1ri ... life ii his iti ,ll IIUllll I Ul '-"!' 111 .I. II misl. WINOOSKI. lieimlslev illiM Thursday after Hi Vol "inec. ill nlrnesltl. . ..... In Ins 1"lh year '"''I j.iMi'iil sufloitr fi 'Hi' hldnO iron for a number of Mills. Hi) win- n r ... f.lli.tifit nltllltleM Iltlll h iniuiv tiii ml." Hi CoU hosier iiml this llntre will mourn lila ! -h. The Inn-iMl lii'liJ S.I I Hl.iy nfli'timon at two clock 1 him Hif homo nf Mr. nnil Airs. II Heirri"" With interment 111 tin' I ii 1' 1111 1 v . hi iiiw n nli sivetul imusiinl feu- 1 in k nli ' Sunday utti moon r 1 r o I hu ll A l'lllllk E.llntl of 11 nii'l 1 ti n ml were returning niic in t i country nml wctu 'imvi tlw liill near Hood's cros '1 I'f.'M tmiU filidil nml overturn' d pit thnnvlns- nut both H10 oe 'I'ln' clecttie nml si'. 1111 cut 1 U . id Uk inHin m.nl to this llliig ' 1 I nerall'l lit this pni-il nml 111" r ruining irnr lo 1 1 iiu 1 - 1 number of llliolll ). nflcr Mietl'lllig tun hums In Mflinm. Airs. .1. s. Unwind 111111I1' 11 very pleasant speech in which sh" spoke ol Ihe good lli.it Air. Hunt liml oil I done while living in Full lax, .also how. niiich wol l. Alis Hunt li.nl been tin.' I IIU nils 111 ileum 111 Illc inn.ioii.ir. o 10"' 111111 tin chinch also how nillch Ilii'J h en 111" 1 ipllslii'l by .Ml Orvillc I'hrre .1 nico of Mi m llniu In Hi" church nml Sunday nil. 'rlnii Alts. Howard Haiti In purl that flu hopi'il .Mr. Iloui woillil continue hlM Inlinih iilnoni. them. Thi'ii Mrs. Unhurt l.i'iicli In hin friendly manner picscit'il them with S.I'i.Wl silver tea net mid (iiilti) 11 sum of money In the sugar ho, 1.1. In bchnlf of hlniMilr tmd family In ii very ffclhiK iiiiniiicr .Mr. Hunt Haiti ill. it ut coiiiclhnc ho was nlnioHt dis conrnKfil nml nboiil to rcplsn nnil ri clo whole Iml 1I1N little fmrptiKo nml rcL Id Kctlici "inii'-iii.v liml 111. ulc him ft (I that he coulil mil le.iv'' l'Vilrfuv. The coiniviny then illf perst il, nil tinlltil In Piiy mif liml Ihoy liml spent n very Mcuant "M'lilliK. W til in in llowlnml Is Hpcinllnn .1 few il.iy with his friend, Prof. Marlon of Hellowv I'nlln.-H. T. Collins of St. Allinnx w.is In town tho iT. Mr?. A. It. lhcmnn. who lms hffti In lhirlhiRtun the hifil two wick Ins rettirneil homo. Mrs. (iiorfie Is'i nlielil In iiiiite iU with tlm urhi.-Mtn. Ilirnni llnnvn nti'l Mrs. (I. li. Orion nre miffi-lnc with rlu tnnritWnt. -'i'lie w.u r ..1011111I town Is uettinj; very low. in mi i.iiiiiiih nre ilr.iwmj? for their M01 k. Mr hm 1 roi 111 Mfil r .it 1. iv I hi 1 Oil' , 1 .! iit.i il. el I' 1 I - BAKERSFIELD. Mr llmolil Morey of HtKliptntr' 1.1 vislllni; trlenils In town. Mis. 1'. II. Sim l. who bus lie 11 isltlnn In Wor- . Muss., lms 1 1 inrticil in her M.irshnll Kli-lil is vNIUni: f-ln-In l.ynilonvllli . Tim IhlKhnni my liruimitli: club ircsente( the Tony, thu Convict." at .leftcr- I'rlilny ovcnlu?, .lantiary:", to lUlilience. A I.U'kc niiniber w I -hull ilistllllec 1 :ir Hat I. . The i Illi .lie ll'licks , mi iii he- ami I bi llli I" - . le.i rtd About 1 Hie Wlniioslii MlnwH nx tile ii'ini tin- horse i i on luiehlin; w.iv it'iom thu a 1 i.ii ,11:11-1 ,m,i nf-1 ovi-rhciiteil chimney. Jim lor the , ih'in .-1' the illstaneei 1 eestc home play. pun villi' .1 laiKt from lliis place iitlctuled, A llin war illscoveretl 'I'hursdiiy afloinoon at tht hume ol W. 1-. Tlllotson. (.msttl by an Mi 1( W IK ' I I 10 , t 1 ' r dm 1 r (, ' I 1. 1. I a V I -1 d 1 I. ",1, 11 il his forward feet i' i bciwei 11 the ties. .Men 1 In horse puss down the I . hi, nssi.-toni e and with PH. I; .iml tackle and in.my - 11 d ropes, the hotse win . .ii" I with the aid of tin--etl from his daim'i rem-, po- i' ii 1 d on a stone bonl nml 1' ou.-l'i. when- In- was set oil ti 11 this point, he was able 1 i" II111 llimlon. llewiml ii he how was uninjured t1' w.i.s almost ledueed to ... Hoth the occupants ol 1 with a few peiiitclus. !l I 1.. I.inselimeir llle the win boys, hoi 11 .Sun- ptompt iictlon of the fnmllv the (ire Would soon hiive been beyiind rontrol. Mli"K flrac Coolldm' of l.o'.Vell Is the Kiiesl of friends In toivn. 1'ouiidul!'.' day. I'l til'iiiii y I. vill be, ohsei ved at llrlnhiim .ii.ulemy In tho afternoon with :in nddrcs by Waller K. KaiiKei', -inlf superintendent of r duciitlon, of Montpellcr. In the evcnhiK a pi'o Kianune of recitations nml music will b" remJei-.d by the jit u dents. V. O. Start has been confined to the house by illnes-". MONTGOMSRY CENTRE. ENOBBURGH FALLH. ThP l!e' V (i. MiimiII went to J3ur Ihmton 'i'nepil.'iy for a lew days' stny. Mrs. Ann Coltoti ami Mrs. Mil llllliulo liavo Kimo to Kverett, Mass., to pass a few wcelis. The He v. M. ". K.'irmnii of Westllcld Is visllhiK friends ltro. The Kho-diiirsh Kails Creamery enmpnny, V. '. Phelps, miilniBer, have the contract lo furnish butter to Kort nihan Allwi for tin1 month of Kehttiary, Mri pounds morn or less to ho delivered at ICssev .linicllon s wutileil lor 'J. cents per pound. At 11 piclnl uieellntr of thu lcRitl voters of the corporation of Ihiosbtirch Kills hell .Mon day ovenltiK, to pee what should be tlond , toward the colled ion of the award of tho! committee for the expense of the hulk-1 head constructed last summer, H was voted tn Instrtirt the wnter null Unlit com missioners to notify the dehmiuents In writing nml demand the amount of the award inado by I he sjieelal commission ami If ra innnt was refused to secure rounpnl and learn what rliihts they have mid report to n fiiturn lnectltiR. O. Mef-1 rill Is huvhiK the Interior of tho ilrst lloor of his block rcilccoralul anil fully re paired. The Northern Telephone com pany, C. I j. Qvltt, mnnnircr, made .1 sub stantial Increnso of business cltnlni? the past year, liavhiB Installed new In struments ilttrhiK the yenr and hnudled an Increase of almut 1" per cent, nf toll nifspiiifcs, the total number liolns Tho nnniiiil meellntf was held Wednesday eienlnc; the ir,th tilt, when the old hoard of oftlceis were elected. ENOSBURGH. S.H.1I1 Adims la at Warn n I'm icy r vt tv 111 and her brother, Kphrnlm Adam". Ir.ini Ncwpoii Cenler Is n-tslfllni; In car inc lor her Tho ladicts of Meniorlnl t'liurrh will -erve a dinner !u the lecture loom .I.'inarv ,11. Walter S. .Imld ol' fc'w.inle.n was In town last week on b'l. l ti( p.. The neit ineetinK of the Y P. S. C. !:., will he at the How 11. H M-llale'.-the evening of rehruary 2. The sehool census of Knosliuruh town district jurt ;ompeted Rives whole rumher trom r, to is years, 'Sii; 12; bo.u. 1W ulils; 1 rum Ti in j-eirs old, jl; fioni N to I." yeats old, 112: from IS to IS years old W. All but one of tin; schools will clo we k for the t print: vacation. Horn fur .1 few dny.". ALBURGH. Mrs. K. I'', ( iishniiin wnt out tiicliuiclii on Kundio after hehiK housed nearly all Mrs. tlnnry Moll hud ti very pleasant winier with hronehlal trouble. .Mrs. Wll-! !f(itliel lnn' al her homo lust Thursday ly nt home Minn Clark wan a"'" 'a" this Mary KtHchcr hospll'il on I'rldfiy mul is in spent! 11 week or ( w'l"i 'nr purentR on tin Island hefoie soinw to her homo In tendon. Arthur ll'iynolds and wife are In town for 11 month at least --The chil dren trt Perl Wood, who were III, art miieh Ik Iter. Mrs. Chnrlis Hcoll Is txuir- pr(cnt.--Ml-'rt rrjiiecs Newton Is from Mm-siuhusetts. EAST HIGHGATE. J. :. Mills id Sprlut;ll"lil, Miim,, was 11 huslness visitor In town leecntly. MIim lletitietta lh.nl returned from St. Uockii Saturday, wheru the has been vIsllltiR her grrtiidparents. A dance was held In llrltthe'- hull last Krldiiy e.ven- InK, music helnp furnished by two pieces of Super's ortihi'str.i of I'lucon Hill, Que. About 15 couples nttoinlt-d. Several tela- tlvtis and frleiiils trom this vicinity at tended the. funeral of John Steele nt lllsjhcale Center Motidoy.-O. S. Illxfnnl In 111 with Inflammatory thcunvitigm. FRANKLIN. Illr.im Willard returned from r.oy.ilton Mniiilay Mrs. .1 1! Moulton nf .hrlcho. who has been sp'ndins two weeks with Mrs. f. W. ii.te, leu Widnesday for her home, stopnliii: for a 1. w days at .lerfeisonvlllo wl'li Mr. and .Mrs. C. C. INiwell. The Hew Mr. I,irm in wilt oc cupy I ho pulp" of Hie ComjrcK.UIonal Chuirh next Si. 1 daw WEST ENOSBURGH. IN HUB MARKETS this ST. ALBANS Tin St. Albans itreet railway is still hibcrnntins,-. Kl'forls from various souiees to prevail uikiii the employes to renini'. wml: and open up lli road, hao been nuide ilurlnu' the past few days, but the men stoutly refue to litt a llnser until their back waues urn vaid in lull. The line ol tin load litis been lost to view lnco the l.m enow storm and people 011 the outskirts me F'ttim; icady to hunt? out their wnshlriKs on the trolley 1 a ry , sou nit v'.alis was soli 1111117, ,1 at l'i .1 X ivli r Chun II .'loud s Z 1 11 0 Miss Anna. oiinnest I IIV.' " I " .ll .lll'l .HI.-. I,'"", I I 0 .-. 1 Hi bride of Willi. 1111 Savletl of I'yi i'1'ie. 1". . 'the ceiinioiiN was 11 r" n id ! 1 he lb v. .1. 1". Audi t at en 1 link 111 tin piesenee ol .1 larce iinr o' 'ruiids iind rrlalli'S. The nl'je wi .ittendtd hv her lather who t,'i I.. ,iw.iy mil tin- uronin was at iMiibd in' .1 brother. Knlliiwlng the cere inonv .. wel'imt. bre.ikfitt was served al the In in' of tie' bride's parents on West (licit. When ci.llKl'llUllationS Wee I 1- t'li.led 1 i thr fi ning .1 leetptmn w.l ftni Teil linn ,il thu same plnee, Tho ln-uli n will known youni; lady of tho, Mr. r ll.me and w.is the rrclpient of a larsc'iiiid no nber of beautiful presents. .Mr. Viiy-fmui for n sliful lime haiimr a 1 1 si'onslhle pn'i.t mi wit tie woolen company. Mr. mid Mro. iiv hit nftir a short weddlriB ICn will m.iV.e tin ir liunif- in the rlllace .Mrs. ljoius I'reiv, who was taken to tin Canny Allen hospital a short time and iinderment an opetnlion. dud at lb t ir-i lutlon r irlv Mr nday mornini,'. Iler i.'iais wt re binniiht to lur homo 1 ii Soith slvei-i m tins villaRe in the af-i t lition and i hi funeral was held Ironi st Kin i . is X.ivn r I'lnuih We,lns iliiy r ilium .it i isbt o'elu'lc. Mr.. Pre i i vi .vt us of aye and is sur vived l i husband mid three children.1 I Miss Klorn Cilmole li.is Rone In Wor ' coster. Mass. Mr. and Mr. C C Ken Mlall of Kuosbui irh CIls i i-ited in Jtowu this we, l; Mi .iml Mrs C T. Il.ill 'and Miss Alice Hall spent a few days Ithls week In Morn teal. A daughter was born to Mr. nml Mis. A. A. Cook .limitary "Jii. Mrs. .lo-opu K"o,l was hurled Tuesday. 'I'lie funeral was held ill the house. Hew .1. .. lllsley of licialilip:. Mis. Heed was about SO years of iik". She Is survived by one son nml three d.iuirhiei s Mr. and Mrs. lidward Sha.iiick of K.den visited Mr. and Mrs. Noininn Adams Saturday ami! Sunday. Tin' Itinera! of llairisoii S. ; t urrii r. who died .lanuaiy J.i alter II. M. Mr. nml Mi1- Howard Newt II of N'ew Vork have been spending few- day at the home ol II. N. Martin. Quito a iiuinber ol tic 1 1 lends o,' Mr. and Mrs. ,1. II. Mavis M -lit the rvnlncr with I htm nt their home Wednesday. Janu ary "Ti. Musi,- .'tul Karnes were fea tures of tli" eiin i taliimeiit after which i cfrcshmcnts consisting- of sandwiches, enko and coffee were served Mrs. W. H. Newton Is in Wiilden visiting her Iialenls, Mr ai.d .Mrs. N. J Klni?sbury. j Tlie l,end-ii-ll.iinl clnle of Klnty's. fiauuhterK will meet in the vistry of the church u . 'incsnay .itti ruoon two o'eloilc. at evenlni? In honor of her nieces, Mlssea rannle and Ch.irlntto tlortlon, MIks Kannio fionlon has lately returned from an extended stay In Kurope. Dr. David Marvin of Kssex .luncllnn imd II. Hoyeo Marvin of the I", V M. medi cal eollcRe, rpent Sunday with their pal cuts here S. II. Martin with sev eral youtitf people liotn lturlliii;ton were ut N. K. Marlln's over Sunday. Mis II. It. Marby Is III with tho nrlp. Mr. nml Mrs. Ilohart Umhy entettaln.cil very tileasiuitly a few friends last Fri day evenllitr.- Mrs. Woods of Mooers, X, Y it the Ffitest of her sister, Mrs. It. S. Yoiiiik. Mix. Aldhi Oiirby nml two thitiRliters of Illinois nru visltlntr relatlVCH III loiVII. Thej; will make their future home In Iritlnln, where her husband and brother Sidney Loup have boiiKht. a plantation. There was n la rive ntti'iiilaticii at the 1-plscopal servleis on Sunday hist. W. K. A'nl lacn of Port I lent y, N, Y Is In town. l)r. Honors went to Panton Tuesday. 1.. 1). lirlBs-t in vlHltliii? his sister, Mrs. M. M. llrwlti. ALBURGH SPRINGS. Mr". In lln Pell Htarkct, wife of Kilns Shu ko., died at her lioiiie on Saturday .illci nnon al live n'elot k. Mr.'. Ktarkcs was 71 .vents old and had n-idid in town most of lur life. She is survlvr l by her husband, two sons, 'Minrles of Spilngllrld, Mai-s.,ai,tl Norman of New hi Itnhi, Conn., and a daughter, Mrs. llll.i Harrison, v.'ho ieM"n with her part nis. I'tuieral frr vlits wire held at the Methodist Church on Tuesday at tin o'clock Mrs. ! Dexter Towne Is sick with strip. Mr. Mellt'ii Hoy e loxt one of his span of liors' s h an neehlrut on the threshinir ri.ne'iiiie. There Is a purer helm, circu lated to help him io buy anotlnr It ! -Nptited there will be services In ihe (".iiiK'ii LMllcial Church for stveral Sun diSs in K'.l.riiary. The Hew Mr. Lamb if Pliinliel'l, Maf.. will prtaih. Mr. I.umh eoini's a ciuillilale lor the pol t'nn of pi. -tor of tie church. Mrs. 1M witi Itoekw.'ll ot Swauton wn i.i town tor a coi'pb; of Jjv last we k. Quotation t on the Leadlne Prdujtt In Demand LAMOILLE COUNTY .ft ill with a bil ot the UiilltolS ol !(,vrnv,., W,,. I l irkrnp. oi M. n'-.,,r . -William H TueHliiy nt tin ol- ..i.i. i.i .hiimht tiaiilirupiey w ire. I The llift n.eeunc jllannn .1. Huble-. pntiiery. wi's held lice of Helereo In Molt. K. H. Canipbell. a lawyer "f Mont gomery, was elected trust' o. and nn cv 'anilnatiotl "f the haliki'Upt follnwid. Th" , meetiiiB was linally continued until K iru.iry ". The first ineetinK of the en dilol'S of the baiikrupl stat" of the St Albans I'ltrni luro (tiinpaiiy was slmtid Tuesday hut not niii' h proeress was inane cum; 10 the numerous technical questions raised Ihv th- linposli,',' army of len.il talent present, no less than nine lawyers bolus ' l cnresented in the case. The hearing was short Illness with pneumonia, was h"ld ' (1)1.,,y t.f,nt,itie.l until nine o clock on Sit lrom his home I'llday ii llernoon, .lanu- ,.,,, v nainihiK, when It is cxpeeled lh.it 2i. nt J o clock. How C. .1. Peter-;a trustee will be elected and a larffe of Kast llerkslili e olliiia tinir and i number in" c l.iinis exanilneil and moved. Dr. and Mrs. William Stanford Stivens and son and -Mrs. S. II. Lewis, who have been llvlntr ill lCurope lor the past IS n'iiulli. will elo-ij ll.elr villa In Florence, Italy, at one" and aic especteil to arrive hem about tho mnli'le nf Kubruiuy. .lohn .1. Hunt, who retired from the ice limbless a couple of years ntto, has de cided to re-enler the business and will this week boRln th" wt rk of filling )u In lee house on 1iHe slt 'il GRAND ISLE COUNTY. ALBURGH CENTRE. Purnev Lewis was culled home from Wnlerhury Thtu.-day by liness in tho family. A. C. Hrajton, who has been 'lUlt" ill, is Imp!" .'ills' - M ss Manilt Sniile us all. 1. 1.. Mis. M. H. In en II. mui h b.'i Uwell sp.-nt Snnilay , Mr- M. I. All n. In South Hi ro. Mis" S.nlie Sheldon s school is out in Distrl' t il and sh. letl town Thursday for her home In l.ydunvllle. H. Hockwell returm il from KalrlleM last week where he spent several days with his tlatu'ht' r. Mis. (how Nye. I'lie 11111. UI'l meetlllf.' of the eleventh Masonic district will be held in th" rooms of Columbus Loth , No. 11, Tut . day altcrnooii nad ovenitnr Kebrunry II V1'". Th" baii'iii 't for Hi" occasion will he furnished by the ladles of the Met ho dUt Chinch. Boston, Felt. 1. Cholcn frcoh mnfle t'leninory butter continues lo advtiuep, romp lots bringing a blgh s .'10c foi fancy northern. Western crfuniciT is In light supply and prices nre nominal. StoniKC i:reuiDfry In In fair ilomniul. Northern cifinmery, 'JMiMf, Testerii, L't"W2!iHi'i cliilry, 'W;'.'"fi slornice rrnumery, 28ffta8Hf. Cheenf holds firm, with fair do intinf). Round lets, York state, 12', 4(8 tile: Vfrmont twins, 12 l-4(?t I2',4r. An pffnrt hm bitn niad to utlvanco th prlc of ckbs on t lit effect of the add and Monny wrutlier, but with In different tieress. 1 np demmid la lljht, the approaching iprlntf umklr.i: buy trn eautloui. Thn quotations sre: Choice nearby, fM(E(34r!; eastern, :i(V(i! Sic; western, 2f)03Oc: storHRC 'JVdS.V Henna are llrmtr both hero ami In thn country and prlrea ate generally hl.cher. Carload lots, pea, .1.7fVU.8."; medium. $2f52.10; yt How eyes. .W.Wrft 2.2.1; red kidney. JZHOTfa: Cnllfornln sm.'ill while. .52.0002.. V.: forp'sn pen, 51.Jv..r4l.!)0; forclun medium. .tH.lHxai.on; jobbing prices, lf)iric hluher. The fruit and produce market has been extremely dull, chiefly because of (lie weather. Price generally do not show much change front those of n neck iiuo. Many consignments or potatoei. have been delayed, lint the market 1 over stocked and a Ihe uemnnd l low the feeling Is weal:. swet potatoes arc ttrm. with both the demand a ml ofl'er Intfs r.ither liirlit. .Native nstions are In conif supply, but steady. Spanl'h sttiel: is scarce and high. Turnips are unchanged except French while, which have advanced slightly. cr on bull Biipport rind covering of aborts, but. subsequently yielded to a lemencd cash demand In th West and under rtnil iKlrtA fiiIcs closed weak ut in ntt de ellno; May tl.biHHl.16Ti, closed tl.l'i'V, July, Sl.tWli.Wj, closed JIAi, Sept., DS'nV 9'Sc. cloud W'.c. COHN llecelpts, 2H5,6?.'. bit: exports, 1C2,H0 Ini; sales 2r.,t00 bit futures ; 32.K hu hpoi. Hpot Irregular. Option market wa" neglected hfro nnd easier In tone, closing 'ie net lower; May, fflflWiJc, clos ed fcOc; July closed U'',c, OATS -Hccelpts, Ci.Hf) bu; spot eay. FHIOD Irregulnr; spring lirnn, IM.lfl; mtddtlngs, 119.60; city, I29 00327.5O. HAY Quiet; shipping, ffifiSfrs; good to to ehnlre, WrUK?. MIDLS-Steady; Oalveslon, 3) to 25 lb.. 17c; California, 21 to Jo lbs., lc; Tmu dry, 34 to lbs., lie. wnoLWas firm; dorreatta flee, II Ct35e. BEEF-Bteady: family, JIO.JOtll.Mi mrss, W-WW Mi href hams. 2.0023 60j pocket, t10.0efflo.le; city extra India meat, H.M71 V. LAliD Kay; wettrn steamed, U.SOj t7.M; Nov, dosed S7.?." nominal; reltned steady; continent, I7.2S; 8. A., Il.trt; com pound, $,v;5tl5.2') POflK-flteiuly; family. IIR.004tiri.Ms abort clenr. 13.?C3lM; mess. 1117SU13.S5 POTATOES-dteady; Long Island, ll.'.l state and weatern, I1.35Q1.S5; Jer sey sweets, J2.Wnl2M. TALIIW -Steady, city ($: per pkg) n.c, toiir.'try fpk Ire') 5Tl !'.('. PKTP.OLUUM Wna quiet, rohnel Sow ork. n.SS; Philadelphia U Italtlmore, H.S"; do. In bulk, t:.0". COPPlllt-Qulet; JlfV-W-m;.:. COFKKK Spot II I n rjulet; No. 7 Invo'c., f'.e. mild tittet ; lordova. Witt" Tin miitket for coffee uitun s opened steady at a d( thn.' of V.to points In response io heavy receipts repot 's by tho eutlr P.r.iziliiin tables and Indifferent Ktiro Pm maikots. Th' n- was (.ontlnued .trnl iiitrcp-'lm,' liquidation dtirhnr tho morn ii'i;. The clov.; wa.i steady at ntt un i bnngeil prices In a. decline of 7 points, ill months belni; low r except Oct. Kale . 'ii i' potted of ii;,riii baas, IncludlnM Mm'' at f7W';.".'; May nt V.VrtUU Ili'v AT.rifi 7.7": pept. S7.7"ft7.?C. STOWB. 'f ,..!.. . 4..t HAf.nllS Norfolk ndnach l not plenty and Is j. t.,n,rl11(;., ;'iu?l 4 liCc. rola,; .near I 3-ICe; rollned was quiut; No. ti, t:.i:-. Xo, 7. !.-,.:..!: No. S. V,M; So. , JS.H; 'so. P, 10. No. 11. $". Col; No. 12. $4.S; Sc. !.(. l.i cimfeeti'.'nei ! a, J5.S". mouM a, '5;w. cut loaf, tn; crushed, JC3; pow. titled, ft'", r.inulnte'J, T." cube;', J1.M, Carrie M. Hnish .uid Aiiliiir wero married at the hetiii of the intents. Mr. and Mr.- I.. M. W'edm sday afternoon .lauii.ir.N '2 P.ev. M. II. Abbott ollhlaled. Ihe ring sci vice. The parlor was FRANKLIN COUNTY i " SW ANTON. it lb" high y vi 'itfilnstit.'il and ' I punted. I Mi.ed elti.lt i to ,e. hoUisf chinch and wiili i;pf.'rrth 1. .ol lilirary new catu- I be made to (hlit beloio tl.at object in mow aei.e s diviikd ,nt.i tsi -li band pleduiiig u ccitain nitaiis of socials or enter-Mi- Pertlia 'A'ildcr mid Mis pioviile. a musical entertain- no oi.n t i ' tuts, ft i-e will n ( id t dssiici Smith, .son of 1". P. .Smith, left , -ttroav lor Ij.vnn, Mass., where he has I' .'til i I'OSi ' .tin. i' IT' tenting all the credit- that he will open the J. -''re riatuitlay. ort very little slcknes. - w later. Tin re has been f typhoid in or hi the .1. A. lllhsnii of Knosbili'Kh l'alls thaiKe. Jlr Curlier was III years 10 inonihs old. .Mrs. Currier and the tlueo eh Uilren who inourii tho loss of husband and father, arc ussurcd of tin: sympathy of the community, as was shown by Ihe large attendance at the funeral. Those piesont from out of town were, a sister, Mrs. Flora D.ivis' ol Danville, two In other, Jerry and Henry I'uiiier ot 1 lard wick, also Mr. nnd Mis. Ilruest Currier and Mr. Dana ilcll ot lladwiek, Jiimes llllmoro of 1 Keene. N. II.. and Will Oilmure (,f Hnr lliiKloii. (mi of J. C. Hiilehiiis's teamster-, a fi How of the rianie of Ward, liad Ihe misfortune to bleak his leg :u two pine s and crush one foot badly while at work in the woods Tuesday. MORSE'S LINE. II. A. Fuller Is confined to the house witli quinsy. T. Umie has purchased of .1. (iiirln his pioperly at St. uiiiaiul Station, irinslsiing of store and two dwelling houses.,!. .. , J,., W11 In Monireal last week attending (irmul Lodge 1 and A. M. MONTGOMERY. The village school clores ilur we. k The Junior leagues are to hold a loelal on Friday t veiling at C. S. Par ker's. The W. c. T. i:, and mo W. II. GRAND The leather-; of C, will hold a meeting Islo high si lend ruary in and ,11. TI. of Islo I-n M'otte. .vi speakers. Mrs. li. il S. Gordon ami Miv. ISLE. rand Isle county .i' the Grand building, Feb- llon. N. V. i'isk i Air. ,i be line of the Samson. Mrs. T. Mlna Hoag arc M S l: no nn do Sw b ' t Dim M-i nv l CiOIj r. cc' Hi t ha t . oi e ,, th,. (,,e.s buggag. .' 1'n fiipl.j.s nf Hi,. Central Ver l 1 ii t In vat at ion of a few v 'i I , 1. 1 other. Ward Il.-nney. t ! H' ii M S' I 1 Ii I- 'J . v .1 i:. FAIRFAX. 'i .an I h .1 bought i, ( Maria i, i .1 in in r Iviiowu a lln. Allium '.inn. Tn.. Itev. Im: c. S. Nut-lbm,-i in,, idled al the Metho t iniiili Snnilay moinlnii.-The iml ng ot the l'anfax cl,iii,.cry .a was Ik d , i town hall January 1'illoW'iig wen 'lirtiil as Hn,,.es; N'irt"ii. S. I', ('ill, j. I. j. S' I Wdsuii C V Shi imi'ilsoii, Ktii.i. Id and C. . Wd.ton. rusti s "in inizeil by cliciing ihe fo. g i. in l'i" Pnsdeiii, j). J. Norloii: clerk and tn isiiicr. S. T. Cille ; MXton Jainin l.ew s.- Arthur Kennedy of I'alrfax and Miss Mnrj I'dlzaheth Mo tirath of Millnn weie tiiaiilnl at St. Ann'- chilli h .,i Millnn W. dm sday murium; .lanu.irv .'.-The many frit ml nt Mis G. s II wIiih will In pleasid u. learn that Ir has been . . 1 1 , , 1 1 1 , I (u i pariiKisliln with I,. N. I'ariuini ,'c Co., ingnveis ami ionti.ictor, lloston. Mr, Hi wins is the generiil-siipcriiitciiilent of thr Ihin, Mr Hiwm will l. remembered as the siiii rlnti mleni or the work at the Falls haiii until liftt . n months in Fairfax 'lln ladles' of tic village 1m provtimiii society vin nirnish supper for tho Masons, who attended the (lis trKt mreiiim here February 10, -M, ):, tJhedO is ("Hi. li"l to Ihe house by an at tack of Klip, -.Wins Mary Phelps is ublo to bo about 11. II. Kaftfiid lit connnorj to tint house wii'h the srjp. Tlio 7th iaDuIc dlirtut.i. meeting win bo held with Leinoill'' 1-odyo FVAft-ujry tnK. H. jSuek is ctiiuntd lo the homo with flio gl'p. A l Sifl'ord i.iktH hie place on the mail routi -The leiichctH of Ihe llrlloivs At n lei i w. i'" i iiierlaiin il h Mrs, Cur tis Win- . i Saiui'ilay eieiiuu, January i;. M I. dnu- s alilt In be out aUci being i i. led io Hi. lion . for n weilt with i'i ,'i i . i ft niK 'f Hi. i: M. S. met on I'hlay afternoon w'ith Mrs. W. G. Matiiilleld. Tho I,. .. S. of St. liaitlioleniew'.s chinch met on Thuis day of la-t week with .Mrs. Alice Clapp. II. .1. AVade, who lias been 111, is im proving. Presiding Kldcr Nutter will preach at the Methodist church no't Sunday ev nlng at 7 p. in, and the itiaiterly eanference will he helj on Monday morning. The ladlesi piayer mceling was held on Tuesday at the priisonage. . j. Maurice, F. It. Campbell. K. W. Combs and II. .1. Huble" were in Si, Alhittih on Tuesday to iitlLiid the meeting of the creditors in ih" bankiupt c.isii of II. J. Kuljlce before itfl'elee J I, .M. Mott. WEST BERKSHIRE. The followinp; newly elected oltleeis of Court West llerkshire, No, r,7(IO, In tlepentleut Older of Foresters, wcie in stalled January Past eiiief ranger, II. 11. Olmstead; chief ranger, C. i: Colcord; vice chief ranger, C. c. Aus tin; trt asiti i r. A. ST. .bnne; rrionling secretuiy, II. II. Chaffio; llnancial sec letary. W. 1!. Jollty; ciuiil physician, Dr. c. C Johnson: court ilenuty, J. c. Tow'le; supcrlnleinh nt ot .iovciiHc eoiiri, li. O. Ilurleson; senior wootl w.'iid. I). II. Staiiiiopi". junior wood waul, A. II. Pcuo; senior beadle, II. ;. Itogeis; junior beadle. A. K. Slnclulr; oiator, C. K. lltnery; oiganlsl, Arthur lloadlcy. A social will be hold In Foresters' hall I'llday evening, A lil- itary and luusitai progiamnie win ne given and t ef rcshineiits served. Chauncey Norrls was called home Sat- uid.iy from North .Scltuate. 11. I., wher he was attending school, bv Ihe serious Illness of his father. Ladles ulghl will be ol'icrved by Court West Hcik- shlre, I. O, ! at their hall l'i hruary s HIGHGATE SPRINGS. The school taught by Mlrs UUIc Mc. Kinney and MIsk Uattle Hieurd cloao lust Friday with an exhibition which wa a uraiid fcuccosj, There were ov orul whltt parties! In tho neighborhood last wtielc. JXIsa Nellie Pcrer of Rico HU1 1 vlaftlng frjendii bnre.-CIUP Jl'iiud Htlw" who triugUt iAiliool In tho Carman district, ha returned to hot- home in fJakerslU'ld. Robert White has hired tun to Frank Winters to work on Ihe faun. -.Mrs. Delhi II. line" anil noil T.en hae goiio to llos lon io siicnd the whiter. Mrs. Will -lain While and Mrs Lew SI. iiwi'uuu "' M-iiing frli4 hr EAST BERKSHIRE. Ihe K v. Mr. Mason of Knodiiugi Falls- or',Mtii::.d a Y. M. C. A here Fli dnv last.- Ih nest Young reeeivid last week the news of the death of his sister, Hell Young, wife of 11. A. Kinelian, who died January 'Si of hern I iINcim at Nashvilh;. Tenn.-Mrs. Nelson Goodspeed ol" St. Albans, who has been visiting lit her brother's, Charles Allen, has iclurned home --1, eon Smith sturled Saturday and John Hlley, Monday for Texas in th" em ploy of the H. .1, Kendall Spavin Cure. Mis. Charles Stniltou of Ihiosburgh Fall bu1- b'fii isthm Iriends hi town. Tin l.adli.-.' AiiNihaiy meet wllh Mrs. 1 1. Moron Wt ilne.Kl.iy afternoon A stir. was horn to Mr. and Mr-. Joseph Cook Saturday, January RICHFORD. The Sons of Veterans will hold tneir Slate encampment here in June ijiul, th" thiei-year-old son of .Mr and Mrs. W. S. Wood worth, who was operated uprn Sunday for a spinal trouble, by Dr. Ilawley of lturlhiKton, died Tuesday noon from the effects of the opet iiti.ui. The funetal will ho held this afternoon at two o'clock at the house Watchman 1.. J. Knlghl at Hit' detention house has re ceived a pass from Slit riff 11. II. Peck of Windsor county admitting him to the ex ecution of Mrs. Mary Hoist rs. FAIRFIELD. A social dance will he held at the Franklin county house Friday eveninp February ... The ladles are icqncrle.l to brlnp boxes. The condition of Mrs. Ilat- lle Hlley. who has been very ill with stomach trouble l-t some better. Miss Mary MeMnhoii pevo a. sur.'iir party to her scholars Friday. William McMahon furnished the svrup. Mrs. Frank Kyan, who has been ill, is some beltr r, Mr.?. It, W. Soulo Is ill wllh the Blip, EAST FAIRFIELD. The Woman's Auxiliary of tho Kpi-co. pal chinch iiiteis with Mr.-' S. H. Morey Thuisday alii moon with uj per fnun r, to as usual. Sl'anon ami Mary Coffin i re both 111 with colds. Mr iml Mrs. c, nance Hull of West Hetkshir" were guests of Mrs Hull's parents, .Mr. and Mrs Albert S. Merrill, Mondnv and T'ns l.i v of this week. A party in honor nf la r hith liirtluhiy was held at the honi" td iini HusshI Craft Tuesday eu'tiuu .1. 'Hilary M. The Woodman held their usual mretlng hi opera hall Monday nu'lil January "0. Mabtl l,itc liakerst'ehl Is to recite n the I'Vhiuary I, founder's day at II In pointed as coinniHtee to look after I the i iilertalninent of strangers anil re ti eshnients lo b. served in the i hutch I dining rooms foi dinner and supper. j The play Riven nailer Ihe auspices ol IiIk- Cemetery s ty was . i plea-dug sue less wllh line music by th" Grand Ile joKhestiM and solos by Miss IteynohK Alr. Kinnev, Mi-s Peninaii and Ihe j Misses Griswold weie well selecled. .The huge midline w nt their way s;it- .slled. Mr. Mimiu UulUs ami daughter, Sarah, of Hrushuin, N. Y., have been vlslllng his tain. I'"i'iink. at Faywood .mil olliei' friends. The Ladles' A hi will meet Thin "day for dinner Febru ary -. .it. I.estet Mlnckler's. .Mini ill i. Tlie using iittrac- tivily ilecoiat..d wllh tvergteeu and t.ir nallor.s. "I'll" brnlal 1-n l t'nteti'd alii look their places ii in 1 f a 1'iv ly anh. M'ss Netii' lliiish. the hrli1e' sister, l 'ted as hrltlesinalil. C.eorgi Ilrtlsh the hrldi ' In oilier, acted tv best nn. li. Clln l lirush, lh" brldi '- yoani;. r -Isbr. pl'iy- ed Hie 1,'d'iluu tnareli. Th.. bilde was gowned in whit, crepe de ..hill" and I.e.' li'ilv the licit' rihitiM' o'' the 1 .riil !' and iirooni -,(re present. Alter ttie ceretnon' r frevhiiirnls wete st rved hv Miss Nettle Ihush I Mrs Alice M nnil. assisted by Flhel Ilrush. Th" happy couple iett iind wrre in eonipanied as lur at Mot rlsvlll" by Mr. and Mrs. A. I.. Morrill. Many pretty and useful gifts were ie celvril. At tlie rtgular meeting of Stow eelved. .Mrs. Sabrlna Slnytnn died on Fllday. Jan. 27. at tlie home of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Watts. She was tiio youngest and survivor of the three children of mil Mrs. Isaac White. She was born in Harre. Aug-. S3, l'i, and was therefore In her eighty-third your. She eaine lo Stowe with her pnionH when l'i years of age. In letl she mauled j William Montague of Cambridge whole they lesldeil until his di.ith in IV'", I SOUTH HERO. Gcoise I'lesn wnl last wt ek to Holy yoke, Mass. Will -ail Ilockwtll of Al lan gli Is visiting Ills daughter. Mrs. M. I.. Allen. Harold Phelps of Albvrgh spent Sunday In town -The social hi Id at the home ot Mr. anil Mrs. .limn Kobmsnn Thursday evening was attended by about 7f. people. Refreshments eonn.-i ini; of icn cieam, cak". sand wk lies and 101'ei were served. Th'' sum of Hu.73 was iv.il-ii-.' ii. Twenty-one people In-m thl.i town nt tended the "Old Maid's Wooing" at Grand Isle Friday ev, nlng and weie much pleased with the play. T. incr will be served at Mis. J nan Kohinsen's W'd- Cl"-dny for the bfiietll of the Ladies Am so 'lety. JIis. Hoi iff Wadswr.rth Is lit wiih an attack "f rheumnllsm. She i atteid(d hv Dr. llranch. A church dinner will be given Feb. 7 at o'clock at Hie Congregational church. Oysters nnd chicken pin will he served. The dinner will he followed by brief addresses by u,.v. W. C. Clark. Itev. clement Tomlln and other.-. Music will he furnish' il by tin Misses Gl'ls wold mid Mrs. Charles Mlnckh r. of II. A excrcisis A. GEORGIA. ISLE LA MOTTE. lani Wt st Loop, Mrs Charles Uindon was In ft. Alh.im a ii il.i.v the past week. The Itev. and Mrs. F. 1. Nye and son. Hale, who liavo been vIsltillK friend.' It. Ilubbaidlon tlie past two weeks returned homo Monday January .Tj. Edward voiuib' ami ilaunh ler ol Alhinpb wero (wests ot M.V, and Mru. William Pecker u few days the, pant weok.Rlchurd Clary ot Contoeook, y. H 1st vlsitlny fritma." he t o.M'r aji'U Mrs. Jaraw villains were a.t Milton rroro auiiiiay to visit iter f.ithei, jotm T.umuti, wlio is -.11 with the Kilp. Tlio Ladleh' Mission elrcle of the Buptist Church will hold nil all dio's nieeilug u Die esli-y I rlday l ebnuuv ;i. aii lu- II. ill, .11 Is txlelideil In all Hi. h,i, be pros 'ill lls- Ah in l.on.l aril Is at Jbtl uncli s, .blin I Hin in- i Mdiiii Mr. a. id Mif Sidney Loop nnd lly and Airs. AMI Darby of the are gutstii of their biotlnr. W. A this week. Al. S. Thomas ha loaded and shipped to New York during the past month tour cars of apples, The hypnotic entertainment was well attuidid for three nights. Miss C.inlerbni y of lloston has bten Ihe guest of Mr and Airs. N. . FWk the past wtek. Miss Josh- I., n- felil was home Irani Plattsbitigh ovi r Sunday. Peter Fortune has been to Char lotte visiting hl't brother. Airs. Helena Tommy has intiirned Ironi a visit in Swauton. Air. and Alts, Nelson Partly of Cbiuy spent Sunday m Al. S. Tho nns's. The annual meellni; of the Ui dl. -p.' Aid society met .laniiarv it. and Hie following ollieers were elect, ,1: Presi dent, .Mrs. N. V h'luk: liifi vice. pre.-1-deilt, .Mrs, D. T. Tronihley; set otul vice president, Mrs. Ire Hall: thinl vice-president, Mis. U, J Thomas; steretary, Mts Al S Thomas- nssltl.int ncret.uy, Alis. 11 G. Ilnlrnmb' trei'snrct. Airs. I;. S. Fleiiry. comtiilttte of socials and fair work, Airs. Hch'lia Teiuiej', Airs. M. S. Thomas, Airs T- Tronihley nml AIiss Mary Afontgoni' iy. This, society I; last Raining notoriety mid i.s becoming more prosperous oich year. Us Industry ot rug' makhiu was mentioned ihls tall hi tho bureau of comiiif-tcc arid labor at Wath liujton, 1. O.. some of thu rut,;- wnro t.v Whired at St. Louis itjir and the KlltU club Io lurUn.?t'Jn and they roctcived lwuor- ab inerrtlou and. received tevdrttl tojn mentiiitioii!' timu tho utti uini craft item ever,il places. ill: lecelpti, ,,f .ls.t yl3y tveie lS7C7.il nnd lliev have on hand In begin the new em uboui ;;,i poiinds of rugs and lift poiinils of waip. The sitiplus fuuiJs tin.- jfir, Hie -iiiii( n- last, will be used lownids Ihe new pnhll" free libra I y win ii Willi her little ilaiighler, now Air Hosetnond Al. AleCutehuti, she teturni'd to Stowe. Two daughttis were born to tli. 'in In. I one lib d in iillaucy In l.'i2 Alis. Alontagile lnairied Ji roine I'.. Slayton of Stowe, (In,, daughter was hoi n lo them, who i- now Ali. c Al. Watts of Stowe, and witli whom belli All. and Alls. Slnytnn spent the last years of their lives. Air. Slayton dying in !'. Ileshhs lu r two daugh ters Airs. Slayton Ic.ivt s live gr.ind oiilhlrcn, Alls. G. 15. Iieecher of Glouces ter, .Mass., W. F. AlcCutchan. L. S. .McCutch.iu mid th" .Misses Ipnel and Alajorle Watts of Stowe, ami also three great-grandchildren, the llttlo daugh ters of Alts. Iieecher. Airs. Slayton had been In falling health for ni.inv years, but Iit lust illness was of a few days' duration, beglnnig last .Monday and hrr death following on Friday Fu neral services worn held nt her home I on Snnilay afternoon. I'lavtr was of I feted by Itev. .1. y. Angell. principal it . II. Drowne gave a short sermon Hum second Timothy -1:7. "I have touglil a good light; I have llnlshed my cnurst I have kept In" lalth," The hymns, "Lend Kindly Light." and "When Our Earthly Cares Are Fnded." were sungi by a qu.il telle. P.. A, Mills, Ernest Mills, A. A. Itojce and II. W. Eurti luiin with .Mrs. A. A. Itoyce al the organ. The beard were Alts. Slay ton's grandsons, W p., and I,. S. AU -Cutchaii, her son-in-law, C. Al. Watts, and her nephew, L. A, Marrows. Thti arrangements were in charge of a. A. Pike, ami the burial was ninth- al Itlver Hanks cemetery. Airs. Slayton pos sessed superior iiit Ueciual gilts mid although owing to her 111 health of late ye.iin i.he seldom left htr honi", her interest In the life of thoan around her was keen, and all who met her felt I lie force of her slneeie Christian char acter. A believer In tlio scw'nlh day advent doctrine, she kept her faith with mi unswerving, yet uuobstruslvi' Ioaliy. She was tenderly Invid and car' d for by the daughter in whose home she lived and her family and will he missed by many warm friends. S.uah Sioim Atkins, wife of Franklin .1. Walie, daughter ot lll.il nml Julia Alead Atkins, was honi In Lowell, Vt., .In ii. Ill, IMS. nnd died lit .Moscow Jim. if,, lln)"'. She eaiue with bur parents In cntlv childhood to Stowe. where she lived until lh" age of IS years, going Hun lo Crown Point, N. Y.. where in I v , ; r, site mairicd I'i'.iliklin ,1. Wnitc, wlio survives her. Air. iiml All- Waltc lled In Clown Point 2ft years moving to Short ham, Vt., where 'h-' lled until two years ago when tie, nine to .Moscow to icslde. Of Ihb' union in i daughters were born, four of whom me living, .Mrs. J. I". ll.ildwin anil Airs. G. Ss Haiti win of Sliorehain, Airs. F, E. Smith and Airs. A. J. nillllishaiii of .Moscow. Alts, Waltn also leaves her father, Mini Atkins of Hampton, Va two sisters, Alls. J. J. Oorton of Hamp ton. Vn., Airs, Julia Irving of Eurlliig. ton, and one brother. I.. II. vvlkitia of lloston, Masf.. and ten grandchildren, 'A no funeral wis held on Thurfdny, Jan. Si, nt l;'.!u p. m. ut her tatc nome. The fei'virc was oiiducted by He. E. M. H- Abbott The bearers, weio her tons. in-law' .'ini nepluw.s Tim liincral dltcctor was If. E, Doyce of Watorbiiry and ihe lulrrment was made at Ithcr bank eeinelery. Mrs. White's health liml been somewh.ii impaired lur sev hijrher.. KaU- has a fair sale, hit; there Is little dolphin dandeliont.. t'lililiiiRes tiro steaOr nnd lettuce atnl celery are firmer. Squashes lmve to be laeci to l.riiip top prices, strintr bonis are In li;ht supply and selllmr in a snnill way at the prices of a week ngo. Ifol house rhubarb K now in Ihe market ami quoted at lc a pound. Veselnblei are ipioted ;i follows; Potatoes -Aroostook Kieen mnltn tains. 48Ti'."lc n bu; hebron.. -tUfa-bio; Iiakola reds, 4Yii4'tc; New York rurnls. Mc: sweets. Jerseys. 5L'.7Wr, it bid; Vinelands. Sr5.7r.fyl; I lelnwnres. S2.."0 i (Ti2.7r.: Onions Native. SKH.sn a bu: Span ish onions, !?." a ert; ltrmndas. Vi;(2.''5 a erl; leeks, ode .1 lloz hen". Turnips Yellow. .VI a 111 : white, r.O (f('ic- n bu; French white. $'J a hux. Spinaclt. etc -Native pili;lelt. SI a bu: hothouse. $1.2r.: Norfolk. S.t a bid: Norfolk kale, s."t' a bbl: hothouse riaiidc linns, Sl.lli'ic a bu. Cabbnces--Wliite. SI n bbl: savoy. $1 a bbl: red. Si a bo v. Lettuce, elc Hothouse letlnee. SI. CI ftfl.7." a lioi of 3 doz; chicory. yj.'JTt a doz lieiuls; romuine. .SI a doz Iliads; mint. $ lti 1.25 a doz belis: watercress blip a doz bobs: parsley, 7.r,e a bu. Celery White. SI a doz bchs; pascal Sl.CVtil.7r.: lloston markei. .iYr'.C.. Tlenns -Soutlierri string henns, Sliffl ti bskt; butter beans. Si a bkt. b'tptasb-Turban. 7.V a bblimairow. 7.1c ii bbl; hubbard. tltVa-''" i ton. Miscellaneous Heels. .0.Tt 00c a bu: carrols. r,0c a bu; parsnip-, 7.fsrn a bu: eueuntbers, SfM17 a box ; egcplnnK SK'il.r.O a doz; radishes. .".0c n i.oz hob. : brusscis siuouts, ItyiilC' a tt: ny-der. plniit. si.ii". a doz: artichokes. ,S1..,0 a box; okra. .I a ert; tomiitues Floitda. , '.' it cit of bikls: southern peppers. .'J U fit: liolhoiue I'hubai'h. be Ih 1 Tin- apple market I verv dull and! easy. Supplies are much in excess of I (be 1e. mi. id nil ft lellb, 11 V lelbtTvlliw lert I crecninfts. Almost tlie only kinds wanted are tlie common mixed varie ties. Apples KinK, fancy table stock. S-l (fi4.fi a bbl: common. 1.2.702; nortli ern spies, fancy, S lo-l.r0: ordinary, Sl..r.04(2.2r.: baldTi-ins. fancy, !J2'(i2..,0; common. 1.87rfl.Tn: No. 2, $1.2.'; preeniiiKS, New York (,'ood to fancy. j H.7o('2: mixed sour. flXWl.ZTi; Tol- man sweets, fancy, $3(ri.'!.2.'i: coinuion, ?1.2.vrtl.7r.; rusuets. roxbury fancy, I P2..7J(t( 2.7.1; common to fair. SLMriFJ. I Cranberries Fancy late varieties. S7 I ft 1 8 a bill; other lute nineties Jtifiltrtj j 7, early va'ielies, i(f,Vd: soft stock, .:! r.(r; l...0: oris, fancy, S2.2r.2.5j i oinmon to jfnod. .V.l 'Mi'.'. Fi esh ribs are If w r. and boiled hams nnd raw leaf lard an higher, but other wise pork provisions aie t?ady and unclmnsed. Fresh beef is dull ar.ri easy at a de cline of 'c for the week on the best whole cattle. Choice heavy catlle, 7'& ftfSHe; light. Mi(ft7c; heavy hinds WlUe: lipht, r.tifuPc: heavy fore. r.'Ae; light, f!4i,4r-. I.ambs have declined from the notch tpioied a week ago, largely on ac count nf Increased offerings and a llubt ilemand; veals arc in short supply and are firm in juice. Spring lambs, Hits Ho: winter lambs, fSlOv'; yearlings. Signe; muttons, 7RSc; veals, tKUllc: fancy, 12c. Potillry is steady for good lota, with Kiiod demand. The tiipply 1 not large, and tbcte In no undue accumulation. Choice western turkeys brinv full prices, and (he same Is true nf choice large chickens. Western turkeys, small 2Jff22c: mixed lr.es, 20f.721f: norfhern, nominal; northern chickens, inrgv. lSr 20e; western ehk-ktVis, large. Mfll.V: medium. F.VfMhY: northern fowls, HtU 15c: western, 3ftfHo: geese, UftfElu; lltiekis, lKtril-V. Hay l firm for the better grades, bill the demand Is quiet Isw grades are weak, ulth prices In buyers favor; traw U flira, with a moderate demand: Till feed is steady and unchuuged Hay, No. 1, JltViVlfS; low grades, $J1ifT 1.1: rye straw. 222S: oat sttaw, $10.50 mi. NEW VOltK LIVE STOCK MARKET. New Voih, Feb. 3 DEF.VES-Ee iip'-. 1.;it lit ad. ptime .-t'er.5 ilrni to l"c hlslier. others steady, cows steady to hi: lowej ; u.itivo steei "t St.lfW.-i.!""', o.en VI 1: bulls ?:'.'iVi.c1; few "itiiv bulls JI. I.".'''.'..!": enws tiaOflrja, is- i jit'i t s. qtinrters ol bee,. "A EVES Receipts. Ms head; reals at"! barnyard cahes steady: sood wejtrir," irm: veib- ,wiiWJ.;i; choieo V'f'; litth tnlM's JI iriit..vi; barnyard do. .:"it."J car of westerns ft. "A SHEEP AMI I.AAillS-neeeipls. i.r, h.ad: ti'Milv; ?ept.. J4 (;.-..7.": culls, t3.i lambs ,7,mVfj C'i; ycarlln'.", tA.'JI'n. Iir.r.s-ltis "latuhtcrers; ly firm 'ipts, C.517 l:r.,id no snlep reported; all for nominal- CHICAGO PRODUCE MARKET. WHEAT Sept.. 'O'. I'tl'tN Fe'l 1 Vi.fi l"lic; Se OATS-I'Vh. ."e.t : Sept., Cliicaso. Feb. 1. ai.iv. M.iiV'.i.isii; July. . Il"-ic; Alay, ;i'., 4i.ic. , .'iUc; AInv. :'jc. tt'nv. July sii'aVfiiVMie, July hhi)-Fob SI2.rj.JyJ May, NO. Ill 31' lo 3lls FoltK-tPor ir,.(.'i; Ahiv, $1.-..01. EAE D (Per id lbs) Feb., V. 70; $(,". Julv. i7.')."(i7.e:r Stpt., J7.13. SJIIOItT ItlBS-SMes tlooe) Jan., f,.'i; -Mav. C.s2U. July. ?'ir7';. Cash quotations; WIIF. T No. I i-prinn. Jl.lMl.h.; 1. 51 I'J'G.F.; No. J red. M.ISVjl jii,. I'dltX-No. K-'if. No. 2 yelluw, HAYS Vo. 1'. i . No. 2 whit" n. '. white, n..i,?i:iii,c. EYE No. -', 7.'.c. I!AItEEY-(ioid feeding:, 37c: fair choice maltinv:, lifiEc. FI .a:SEED-No. 1, 1l.lt!; northwestern. Nn. 1, 31.2.1. TIMOTHY SEED Frlme, MFSS FORK (Per hhl)-JlS.6l!112.,. l.ARI' (I'd' V't '.h1-?;T0f(ls72i. SIIOI'.'I' E.BS Sides (Iciisi ,io.r,:i.. SIDES-Short char (boxed) 5B.7.-jfi!.S71a. VHISKEY-tnasis of hlghwlnes)-Jl.K. On the produco exchange to-day the butter market was firm; creumeries, Hii 291 jc; dairies. lS'ifi2lc- cass firm at mark, cares Included, 2'f27c; firsts, '.V , prlir." urts. "Oc ; extras, oX; fhuesre steady. U I; 12' . 10 ."'11 top EOSTON COPrEU MARKET. lloston, Ftb. 1. Trinity asam lid th local copper mar kei to-day, otherwise dealings were nar row and prices were soft. UARKmr. Feb. 1. higher; Vcr- HUTTER AND CHEESE noton, LETTER The market was northern. J10i"2c: western, " "nJlc; niont Jairy, :r.iSc. CI lEEdK Alarket tiss quie' ; Vermont twins. l''i',Si:,5c. NEW YORK COTTON MARKET. New York. Feb. I. opened steady. Feb.. ; April, ?.03 bid, T.W bid; July, 17.1''. .2oyr.i.': oc, 57,, $7 3-". Spot closeti n'iildlln" uplands, $7ii3; sales. 2.39 Cotio'i futures fiv5 bid: March, Alay, J6.:M; June, Aim., $7.iri; 3pt. Nov, 7 2D bid, Dec, quiet, 10 r!n,s higher f".S5; middllns suit, bales, I I n 11 1 1 11 11 etl iu 'Illi piiui'.,' COMMERCIAL. IVetT Tark Produce Market. Vow yovlc, I'cb. J. l'l.OL'R-Kcteipts. 2.S1 bblf! cxportj. 4.'lj bblu, .sales, 7,2111 bbls. TJ10 marlet v.us firm but unlet Minnesota patents, l-'.SU Minnenota bakers, tt.joi.:; winter patents, J5.WJ(5t5; winter straight tt.U0ti5.-l5; winter egtrus. W5tf.M; win ler low grades, $:i..tft ia RYE l-'l-Orit Meady. fair lo good, M.t d'4.00; cholcii to fancy. UKKbOL WHEAT - li's'lipis !t7.. hir sales ,l.l''i. (OC till, spot win ( 'ptlnie opsned stlom; COLD WAVE COMING Teniperatiiie ltaiiBcn mini - 111 2s Dr mrra belniv Zrru lit Hip Wrsl and .Vorthwesl. Chicago, h'eh. 1 Reporls lo-mriht from tho laltti legion, the middle Wept and Northwest show that a cold wave extenda ovr a wide territory, including Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, Alichignn, Wis consin, Minnesota, the Dakntaa, Alon tain aid the Northwest TerrUurj, The tcmperaiurei uinge fiom two de. guch In low zcto In Chicago to 2s below In lluuc, Alunt. Among the points, whcia the tiiapeia lure was below ztno are. Chlcigti i, Milwaukee 10, Si. Paul In, Kcnrus ), Omaha It. Dcp Moines li, Ills march. Havre 2$, Calarary If. Tho will of C'hae. Eockhart nf Pitts burs, whote enato is estlmited at be twecn J,s.0i),ooo and lioaooo,xi. wag pro Oatetl yesterday, After prodlnr for mem of hl.s family and friends Mr. Loek hart beoueaths t0.Wn for publio benefits. The V. M. C. A. of PUteburg is to get JHM1. i-'ive htindieil anil twenly-fo'.l'' p rnlleit Riikslun prlsoni'i's nf war, left NagssaM yeatetilay on tin l'lta h mall steamer an route to lluttla