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HIE BUM l-NO'l W FREE PRESS; THURSDAY. DECEMBER 7, WWi.
3 tno futilly HI" , Hurl will ln pained to learn nf tin' mi vi ro lllinis of thoir yoimiU'l tluttiMiti I', l.iii ill.', Willi t.ilinlil lit tlii'lr home ill Itutliuntoii. Hll" In he lm; mused by Miss Hojec. I'A-I.niid-Innl Hist of tin1 (.lUlncy moved Into 1 lu lu w tenement of A. II. Mitldcy on 1 Vatl BllClt Sntlllll I), Till! linUSO Will III" COIIIlllltd Willi tllO telephone lllll' III oin'o. Tliv lolloutiw out of town trus li s wen l'l-i iimiI Ml the tcKiil.tr innnth b inn line, lu'lil at tin- bunkum rooms i ' fir Kniihliiirxh Kn IN Savings li.mk mil Ttust company Friday, December 1; K A Paul, Hunt lit ikshhi", C T. Hull, Montgomery; Hi-, i:. M. Utoiui, Sheldon iiml I. W. Clutof of Franklin. Mr. and Mr . M. Asclllnc of Nt wpn"t returned lininr 'lutsd.iy nfli'i' some, duya Ji. used with tlli'lf sons, A. A. nnil .s. M Atcltiuc -Lawrence (JiiHliH'r nnil lO'iluy ulniiiiil to liurlti.sinn, Miss .1 in ('irpcnlcr to Mldill' I'liry. iiml l.,iiiru II IVmu'oy to Mniitpollor .Moii- III, ..(' 1 I'llll'lttK. wlm passed some n u the f.unily of S. Stanhope, wi'lil ti Mil! 'i I i ' Monday. W. 1 1 mil I'ft ti tin M .iiil iy witli i" horse recently ) in 'mm. ,1 by linn for V. It. Prince uf J oti it, The hoists will lu taUi'tt to the pfihlts til I'l'ldc ('rossinc Mums., whole Mr Until of llitl, H r i t ii pi l"i' IS SI. It UUll'll. I . .. '1 hnmpson I . ni'i ouipnnlt il Mr. Illlltl nil l.i . W. (I. Mnstili occupied of Hi,. MethodiM Church Stin- V rliii ill ,li-s Funny Fish returned Kin ill 0 . il Monday -Mil-. S. li. Mull, y uliti r ri turned to SI. Albans .- 1 i low d.ns with her Ulster, D K.ii.l.ill How. ml Kimball II I' i ii in. l.i. , I' ttll. i I i. . P. p.i.- 'I'll' i It, I'l ii a till' In ii I . el n I Nina returned Friday 11' il ( it .'lllll 1 ti I M ii t A f iiii h's v. if. tt ion .1 C, i- p. Iihi.'ll wi'iil v-li I'll will i t i i? in i let ' M -.ill- of Fiohirhs- ll Mr- t sl V I -1 1 .il A. I., lih-.i-lo v. I 'it iii il Montla v I . . I. i' -'Mil r. Ml-" I. mi i. i.i' Until. all I i, ft, .ni Hi, T'VUiri 1,1 . , I tor w illi li. r l: .M. Kimball.- ! I 'llll I .l i , K .- t t Utl'lll'll 1'la Hill . It M.S. I 11 ''III' . V, .1. II I I .1, til in. I I r mil Mi Mi- H fr ".i .i Tl ot i t,l, - - Oil, '-l ,111.' A i.-ll to . i .Ml -.. I'onrgo ,ii Co "I ii.-i.i.n .Mi mil MtM. .1. i mih. n.- Ayors in Tin' sunn - p.intiN 1 lln Mlllli' M. Kiniliall iiii.ii . i , i-i Mr-. Alii, i I lint -ni i: in. ' 'i 'l . S I -u.i ill r i,,,ii i, i' 1 il,i i'ii .11 I i r ' i 1 1 I r i:. Ton . , I- I. -i ".' h mi .. H . i ' .i 'i !. I" il t - in Mi i 'I'.- It, ni IN t i- I. '- r. ami i- li i . in 1 . in A Hurt. i'l. Ml tO till' ilin cllnn ol "I, 'mil every il .-oiiinl n-:-I. 'n ni lli.it It. Hill of if I "i .uiMi'i h.i-i w ii li liK ( instil. i, l.i- i. "il on the - hum. w 1 i mi.i,i .1 Archie ,n of l, nt I. ha- cone to i I.- ri Ii. h is , ntci ,.ii in in- 1 ! ' . .. .1 I , 1 i ' , 11." in i. 'musts' 1 I ' e - Ti,..; r uf Nm ill Troy i i- 1 1 . v inter in tie I'.niiily : , .1 Hi't.ih. A linn. d. lemitiou I ,s (.1. Df Hr .1 Kilt to I. Hi, 1 inn I .i ' was Ik. ro i nnil s i -hire i "i.i W. ilnesihiy to atti nil Al..- Heiioll. Mr. Henoit I In - town and his mother l. "..Hi, rs ami sisteis resale GEORGIA. I)r W. Y Hliss is the u'lrn of ms Imithi'' I'l'id . Hliss, lor a lew das. - Th, fnni r. I s, r iee- of Martin Hiinkiti, wlio dud din '.-day 1110111111;,', .Novcm . r .i. win In Id friil. iv at his home, tin 1 i A. I!. ,iitin otllciatlnir. nsslst i i 1 tl Hrv C. W. I'liifk. Mr. Itankln i r m i " a Alio and one son. an -;r 1 i 'lui two Inolliers and lour sls tirs Miss MaKle KiliK'. who has been Hn oiII'ih: several weeks with Mrs. Harry Mahoni v nt West Ccornlii, lias returneil to her home. Mr. and Mrs. John l!..y 1 Id w i'l th" miests of Mr. mid Mrs. Sa i.oil lln'. '.it in Palrf.ix Thanki;i lnt; d . Mis III i " ' . i II iiidin w.r.t to liiu- -ton i die s.l i and will pass scvi'ral i vs w Hi (i i ds l i.'t, Mi", lilvlra J Hard of l"'irr.iJ. i the Bin st of Mrs. .? II i I ii W.-.1 Oioi'Kii for a few i Mr, ..i,d Mr-. William Decker were t- h ! st- ol John I'onlon Tlunsday. ENOSBURGH. The in i tv f i 'i a. N ot Mrs. I.or.ise. (Nrhnlsi AVhil.r ol I r.i -luiri;h will he pained to k irn ihat at the pte.-ent wrll ini? it i H i d -he i-i very near to iii i tli. Si. i. - lieeu an invalid tor some tunc wi i i misuiniitinn. TluitiksKit Intf was " iMiV'd hy numy fa nily KiillierniKS in town, The day v is wry ndious and tile roads fioieii aiid i ry i-.iuu'h, St rv C( welt lnld al I In ( 'onureiMtionnl I li'irch witu a Km dlv Tile Hii (mil Mi K, j,ivihs: d ' r will M fa ,HJ Mis Kihi'v II n i ahi i pri s, at, nt ate Thutitir 1' IVtley mid Nil. una inis'sed tin d.i. n i 1 In r s ' i-on Ma i.nd s I Mi- S. II. Dow i in ic at Mm. '.dn, i yr s. ,j.,y i 1 1 1 1 ' , and family A '! i tl.i rh.ifin hiimsti ad. M s I Hie M Hashuv of Hat inn ealiie home for Th iiiI.skIi liu-' to join In the f.ii i.v .thiriiu laid at her father's. Nils on 1 haw f n Mr hi d 1.. J NV l fc ,i ., liiihiit Hopkins ami Mis. .1. .NI. AVrBlit. Miss nd .Mi. and Mis. !'. M. ,iilv wi re pn setil at tin en th. riii. -Mix. (k'nri;i, -h k md utiiler the care Aim l I W I (Id S f,.m- id l.. f ln'ly l (i ait, i'l., t -i In I' ,i i a hat,.s-:i ii .! it l.i o tiny nlto ,x Mill -"0 s ,ii II,, in, , .1 I lllll 'I I It Pi!" "I fll ll'Ue k N t ills r. . w th s. J 1 r..i h. t i ., , in, fl mi 1 i , . ,K 1 1 1 ' . I.. i.niiwatd ' ilazil Stiv- 1'. SI. 'es, Is sal ' rim; l'roiu t l"i 1. 1. IV l VI lllll- niiither's. WrlKht Is ' home of hit- il ii'tti r of S i t lii.ii ii , ' M' . r 1 1 lit,., itthur f'ti.lt it .'i .-.Mi s i: ir ,i ti w ihij - it Hi Mr- r ti tie ',u-li. ui- Mr nd Mi- I. Mi, in 1 . 1 Iii. (I .ire nasslnir mi toi.i in St. .I'l'ai ,ury wni, Hvlr r i and lu I nnily Mi- Nlison Mny. ry wi lit lo Ir.i-buivh Silnrdav. e,ille, I i re by tin cr.tnal lllm -s of her sister, M t "1 M'h - NVlu i l r. Dr. I.em li r Jl H'llOli lib.. II...- '. .1) VNIIIIIK ills fs- ti r, Mrs II. inn .Nichols, ami family, his ptui'id lo his home. -Mr. and Mm. Hron NNoudwnrd of llrfoiil, N. II., nrc vl.-lth'L' their r'latlvi- in town. -The W'o ii m s Hon Ml-sii.nary socn I.v sill ln!. II i ii' ii 'i tlm; in connection wnli Hi. p. liar ino'ithly ehiitch me. tlnn h Mi n,i r 1 hall this iiftiiiinoa,- ( 1 llstian Ihnleavor meetli t, .it I) n Dow's Tl.uisdiv luiimi The 11 sihoi.l-, of tin town d, sir.H hi Kan the wmtir term the 1th lust , with the followiin; FTT POP "Golden Wedding" Panetella A genteel shape in a high grade 10-cent cigar. Ask your dealer for them. See that each cigar has a Gold Band. O. C. TAYLOR & CO.. Proprietors. Ii'irlirli' flititrr school. It. Slnj l.rnt'h! Ninth i:nofiljtii!;li, Mnllln C'linpiiinii; liimt ! tim-lnii'Mli, 1'iirrlf ( liiiffii'i Wrljslil i-. liool. .liiinlr lloss, Kami lllll, llohort Hlirtwnoil; Went linoslint'Kll, S.irnli Hcott! Iloiilovilli.. Com tiiri S.iinsonvllli., Ihink'i' Murphy Wnortwaril scliool, Mary Nlrholsj Austin siliool, ('lytic Cowauj lllll West, Hiiii'i' Walliilili!!, Mr. nnil MtH .llyroti Wooihvanl nnil son of rirfonl, N, II,, aro vNIIIiik H'l.,llvrs iiml frk'inls In this, liN nntlvu Imvn, MONTQOMBR.Y. MNsi's Amy (loodspf nl ntnl liorothy lMtKcr wt'io honti. ftiiin Monlpcllrr Si-m-In.iry to sprtnl TlianlisKlvltiK. Tlio I .mill's' Alii soi'li'ty of tho Mi'thnillHt Church urn to meet this week nt .tiinifs Mmizcr's. Mrs. Hull l- Minister I'lacc of .North Troy Is vIsllhiK 111 town. I'. V. Viiilncy rctuttiiil fioni Huston last Weil-in-sihiy. Tln l.mlh'S Aid sncicty of Bouth lllihfonl nrc to servo an wstcr supper at J. 11. Cornot's op I'rlilay evenltn;. tJi'Ol'RP l'.itteisnn spent 11 few il.iys Inst week In W'atcili'O. M. 1. Mnurlce was In Ht. Alhans a few ihiy.'i last w iel;. Ki'hools licpau on Mtimhiy. FAIRFAX. Kilwanl Howl. mil Is sick with the Rrlp. U'llllnin liiwlaiul iiillicis the errant now. -Miss ll.isliliiR of Xew Voili spolio to the .'-iiinlay school Sunilay In placo of the jMil.ir hi'hool. -Mr, ami Mis. W. ". Holhionl. ttaivi il Into their imw hntiv NoM-nilii r Tin ill Hers of the ImrRirt hail a haul tunc Monday morning to net Hie i lilliliiii lo s.'hool ni the roads were so had. Mr. (Iiepity Iiml to put on two Palis of lioisi-M in draw his li.itKn up Hack Hill, i-onie of the nilit rx did not make their full tup. I . A. Wood Is Mifferimr 1 1 nm a liadly hi'tiisul foot, caused hy one ..I the Ihihi 'n wlm N iiinuliiK over It. lln I'lidny e eniliir. nicenilnf s, Hie Hon. MiiKoli S. Kto'ie. .-itllle HlpOI'llllenilellt of . I'uc.ition. will il. liM'f an address hefore i!i. p, ople i.i l'.iirla In auailemy .hall at 7. " o'el.ick.-Mi. and Mrs. I'haihs Strait l.ie .'Iiii' linl tln ir lahor with Miss Mary I n. ,nt nnil none to Mr. .Strait's father, i:. M. Mii'.i l. lo work tin' cninlm; jfiv, .Ml. 1'iir) of Westllelil will take Mr. SK. ill's pi. n e al Miss Ulfonl's. IJumco Cuiliy oi St. Allans spent Th.'iitksKivitis Willi 1, s mother, Jim. I'eter I'liihy. C (.'. liilhtle cpi nt Noveinher 'J5 in Hur I'liKloli. -The I'all'fax I'l eaniery eompanj" Ii lie lnaile the past yenr 1,5 tons of liut-l-r The l!.. I". II. I'lforil pteai hid at Hie H.ipil-t I'huieh in SI. Alhans Suil u.iy. Mis. I'almi f l'at nswoi Ih of lissex is the u lesi of her slsti'i, Mrs. Ilohort l.iacli Mis. .lames l:ttnhs siilit several d.iy last Weill with fih nils in St. Alluns. - 'I'he Hew H. O. Hunt preached a vciy al I" siiinon Sunday, it lielin? his last sermon as pastor of the church. Th" severe stnl m I;. pt a unat many away from chinch .Sunday who would have In en i'l.'nl to have lieaiil him. FAIRFIELD. In a I..'' in Issue of the Tree Cress ine Kail Held correspondent with a pci'verti d si use Items of news ' .M.'M.ilioii iiad ilrii.kliiK wuiid of humor Kiive out as that one Solon Udwaril attempted suicide by alcohol and had been taken lo the NVaterbury Asylum," also "I he mairhme eiiKaKemi'iit of Helen .Meliiiany to one Donilnick IVrley had hi en announced." Nfither of the state ments had uiiy formation In fact and the Pice i'l ess ehem fuliy publishes this i iifi'i el Ion in justice to the parties it unintentionally inisrepri sented. .Mr. and Mrs. J. licynolds I'alton sp. nl Tliaiiks','i iik day in Albut'Kh. Donald I'lilnlillil has hull coiilhieil to the Iioii-i iliiiln' his vacation by Injuries to his km e, the result of n fall on a itymiinsluni (lour in Montpelier. Miss I. .iiita Hi. uly of Kakerstlclil has been spinilhiK a (i w days Willi her cousin, I'loience Mitiinn. The Hollin Sherman tarm will be sold at public auction at the (-'unite on l'riday, December i. RICHFORD. About Kill ot the stoi khohlei'R and iiiiployi.es with their lamilles of t ho Sweat-t'iunlns4.s l"o. partook of Thatiks KivInK' dlnin r at the Aimricau Ilouso Tlunsday at the ,..pense of the com pany. Melvin HoriKht shippeil Thanks nivliiK day a line pail of blown Ktdd ins to parties In Hruokline, .Mass. The print paid was $1.,'I10. Aleck Martin and wife have sold their homo and lot on Hieliford stteit to Mrs. Hessln Kaufman for J'lnn - -A. i:ueue M older went Monday to l'liilad. lphla, wiieie he has a position as traveling salesman for vN'hiltnll. 'J'alsnm Co. f iwen J. Coons of I 'm mini is visit lui; his parents for seviral davs. Mr. and Mrs. CeotKe Shorter t ec tit 1 sold their house nnil lot on Di w. y stteet to Miss l'crtlm M. floff; consult imp n, 5l.,i'.. MONTGOMERY CENTRE. The Hew W. H. Sit wart of the Ver mont Domestic Mi.i-ion.try nudity is hohlniK special serviei s this w. . k in the I'oiiKii's'atlonal Church. --J. c. Htitchitis left last Saturday for I'as.idena, Cnl., for the winter. Miss Amy ConiNpeed Is home lor n short vacation from the Montpelier Seminary. John Shover has moved Into the l. H. I'aMiiaii lions, .('hat It s Macla of Dill Vcst was In town Monday In connection with business connecteil w'th tile settlement of the I'. H. I'aMii.in en lale. -Mrs. C. A. Cardyne letuimd Mon day troiu North Troy, wliere she had been lo i.sit her patents Mr. and Mrs. NVInman Mnrilsou of Thump.son's Islaiul, Huston harbor, are In town. They will stop this winter with Mrs. Mortisou's mi tin r, Mrs. I.oiuse Wtislit. WEST BERKSHIRE. The How O. A. ihncry officiated nt the luiieral of Mrs. Dirln Iiridso ut her late liniiio in St. Arinaml Wednesday, November 20. Joseph Hooth of Concord, N. II., visited at the home of his uiiep., John Jollcy, reci ntly. i !. .NI. Ihnery anil fainllv of Randolph passed Tlianksqlviiii; nick with Ids parents, the Hev. mid Mrs. C. A. Kmery. Miss .Myrtle .Musier, a stu dent at Mlildlebuiy College, was home for the ThanksKlvltiK vacation, The win ter term of (he vilkiKo schools openod Tuesday with the same leacliers, Misses NViiitner mid Whitney. Tim Woman s Home Missionary .society will meet at tin parsotiaKe Wi diiesday. December l.i, f(). suptier. The piocieils will he usec to pur. chiise iiiori) new hymnals for the church. - Ii A. Austin, . t Austin and Mrs, (!. V1'. McCoy attillded the fillietal of Mr. Air-tin's brother-in-law, Hoyul I'antii'i al Kl'ehUm l'riday. HIGHGATE CENTER. Mis Mary HoKahnom has tetttrnod from I'tanklln wheio she has In en visit- A LfTMH I ItiB relatives tlm past three: works. Mrs. 1'. A. Place Is In Ht. Albans vlsltlne Mrs, Jt. rt. Mortoti.-MIss Untile Mltni'ts of HutliiiKton Is In town for n few rtnyn thn RUestH of lior slslrr, Mrs. (lrnri;ii l"til sotn, C Sleole ami wifn spent Th.'inksKlvliiK day with Mr. and Mrs. Millars Stockwell In Ht. Albans. Dr. D. o. l'ownrs was In Hrnttleboro .rh1ny. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. lllll, Jr., of Morses l.lno were In town Monrtny. A ilaiisliter wan horn to Mr. mid Mrs. Arthur Hniisso.iii Sunilay Noveinher 2H. Mrs. I), NV, Hleele is iillln III with il severe cold, Mr. nnil Mrs. Joseph Lambert, Jr., nir vlslllni; relatives In HprliiKllehl. Miss Clnrii Patterson left Saturday for Clare mont, N, 1 when; she will spend thn winter with her brother, lint Hew NV. I!. I'ntletson. A son was horn to Mr. nnil Mrs. C. :. IIlivooil December 2. Mm. C. (5. Austin hint closed her house hero nnil Kone to St. Alhmis, where she will reside through the winter, M, A. Stockwell of HI, Albans was In town last week and has leased his farm for the comlnp; year lo William Olds.-Mr, mid Mrs. o. II. Itlxfonl are to eiiteitnlu the Married People's Whist club Wednesday evening the Clli Inst. FRANKLIN. J. llulsey Webster returneil S.itmi:.-iv nlKhl from AVashllis-ton, where he ha,' been vlsltlnsr Ills hrolher, Noel. Jud je and Mrs. Temple of St. Albans were uiiests nt Ccoitfo Anderson's 'I'lunkii i;iviiin, Mr. and Mrs. J. 13. Toot of St. Alhmis at C. !:. Toof's. the Hev. and Mr.' Donaldson ami Mr. and Mrs. fl. II. Pom. roy at (loo. 13. Pomeroy's, Mr. and Mr'. C. 1-3. Noyes and ilaniiliter at 1". I,. Hop kltis's.- NV. C. Hohie Is vislllni,' friends In Ksse.v Jimellou mid Cambt liluc. SW ANTON CENTRE. Tuesday lrornliiK was the coldest of the season, when mercury registered nix idiKtecs below zero. Misses Carrie mid t Florence Iluhhard h ive n new piano. ! Little Nettle Hazard Is III with erysipelas. I The winter tellil of .school eominenenl ! In district No, 13 last Monday. Mrs. (!i.oiKe Hanslow Is the teurher. Mi s. C 13. lleplmin returneil Wednesday from I a week's visit with relatives In Hethel. EAST BERKSHIRE. Clarence Dotnlna and Miss Louise I'ettoanlt weie mariieil S.itlirday De. - 1 1 inlii r 2 al Montgomery. 13rnest Votim; j spent u few days of last week at his , Inline hei e. Stephen Carpenter, who Inn been travelling In New York State for the II. J. Kendall Co., Is spending his I vacation at home. A McMillan, who hati learned on P. Kendalls fat in for several yiars has sold his household goods at i auction nnil moved away. Herbert Smith has rented the farm. Miss Kate Meyetti. i of L'nosburgh Falls spent Thanksgiving I with Miss li ma Demur. Miss Lena Lndd and Susie Moffat left Tuisday for 'i Hill e weeks visit ill Hoston, The Hev Harnaby Leach of Hlchford l will hold services in the Kplscopal j Church every Sunday through the whi tir In the absence of a regular minister, j If. H. Jivrlii has moved ids family In the rertory. l-3arl Moffatt left , Monday for Maine to travel or the j Pratt's Food company. Choats Hlchard son has entered the employ of the Samp son Horse power company. Herbert illiuld has moved his family Into (). 'Moffat's tenement. The. opening of the village school will be delayed a week or two until the new bridge can be open leil to foot passengers, the high water of last week having cmned away the temporary bridge. Chatles Stevens nnd family have moved into one of II. K. Domlnn's tenements. EAST HIGHGATE. Mrs. 1-3. L. Child vny pleasantly en tertained about twenty xoimg ladles Friday evtiilnir. Noveinher 21th with a inastiueradeln honor of Miss Kulh from Sheldon and Miss Aver from St. Albans. The costumes were both fantastic and ridiculous. After a grand march nnd cake walk the Indies unmasked, Th" evening was delight Hilly passed in danc In? mid a candy pull. Miss Milly Marsh and Mrs. Child furnished music on piano and violin. Mis. Valentin,. Nye and Mrs. Albert Marsh weie tin most fortunate in guessing who the maskitl ladles, weie. Miss Crace nnd IScatricc Johnson of Sheldon Junction at tended tne nirtw Mis'. Valentine Nje i ntertnlneil a few of her lady liicnds of tin village Satur day afternoon, December L'. Mrs. W. Dnn to'i nnd daughter, Anna Hell, of Sheldon Junction wire in town S.ittird,ik. Mi-s Hessie Kickford Is visiting In Sheldon Junction weie In town Saturday. Miss Welch of I'Tanklln Is In nttendance. -Mr. and Mrs. I). II. m.sford entertained the NVhist club Wednesday evening. BAKERSFIELD. Ml-s I'.innle CiaWs, who Is attending Middlebury College, Is spending the Thanksgiving vacation with her mother. Mis. Maiy tl.ltes.-I.ee s. Tlllotson of St. Albans was the guest of Ills mother, Mrs. S. O. Tillolson, over Thanksgiving. M.ss Synthia Doane went to Hardwick Saturday, white she will teach the win ter term of school. The town schools opened Monday with the following ch int,e of teaclnrs: South school, Maude Haines; Ilranch school, Anna Isham; Hgypt school, Zoa Marcel le; King's ltlll school, iititha Lamml. ST. ALBANS. Tho September term ot I'tanklln county court was di dared adjourned without date at 4,ln o'clock AVi dnesil.iy Nov. Zi, Jud,-;!' James M. Tyler returning to his home In Hratlleboto and Assist, mt Jtulg,. Jtlchard Smith leaving on the lipe train for Kali Hlver, Mass,, where he will pass a few weeks. The eases of Interest were those of John. K. White, ricently arrested charged with peddling without n license, in which n plea of guilty was entered ami a line of fM and costs paid, In the di vorce case of Sarah J. Heag.in vs. Cor nelius NV. Heagatt. temporary alimony in the sum of .;.:!:! pi r month was granted Ml-'. Kengau, Or.inna H. Klowe vs. Hur ton L. Slowe, petition for divorce, a di vorce was granted for refusal to support. The following cases were also heard and determined: licrtha Itlchards vs. Henry Hlchards. A bill wns granted for wilful disertloti. J, I'. Austin vs, Harlow o. Ayt r. This was it motion to set aside a verdict obtained this term on the ground of having "treated" a Juror. The court fulled to (hid any "beating" of n Jury man "knowingly" ns the statute provides, and so the motion to set aside the verdict was iltnled. The caso gees to the su preme court on i xci ptlons. Waller If and rioicme Seymour vs. the Vctniont 3,lulnal I'lre Insurance company op tin iigtied slatement of facts submitted to the court, judgment wan rendered for the plaintiffs to recover their claim. Thn ease goes to the supremo court on the legal qui stloiis Involved. At the residence of Mr. nnil Mrs. Charles II. Chase, 2fi I3nglnnd street, at nine o'clock Friday morning, their only daughter, Miss Jessie Helen Chnse, wag married to IJiiBcnti J, Cum mlns of SpriiiKlU'ld, Mass, The cere mony was performed In the parlor which war prettily decorated with palms, ferns emlla nnd ehryfajithc niums. by tho Hev, K, E. Marggraf of the First 1'nlvnrsallst Church. Thn ceremony was performed under it canopy of smllax nnd white carnations, The hrld.il chorus from Lohengrin wus softly played by Miss Jiillu Dewey, who also rendered several selections thir ItiK th reception. Tho bride, nviim nt tired in n traveling suit of blue, with lint to match nnd cnrrleil bride's roses. Sue nviih accompanied by Miss Flossie SpaulilliiB: as maid ot honor. The (.'room wns attended by (leorgn (Ittyette us biMt mil tl. Tho hllde wns given nwny by her fn titer. After the eetetnimy a reception wns held Willeh wus Htlulided by the Intltniitn friends of tho bridal pair. Them wnn n handsome display of iveddlng gifts. Anion those from abroad were, Mrs. Charles A. Nlles of nloversvllle, N, Y Mr. mill Mrs. M. 13. Chuse nnd Homer Chase of tto bury, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ciimmlngs left on tho linns mornllifT ttnlti for n brief brhhil tour, nfter which they will take up their residence lit SprliiKlleld, Mass. A painful although not serious .shootlnt itecldeiit happened about noon Friday when Harold Kltod, the 1 ! yeat-ohl pon of Mr. nnd Mrs, NV. I'. Klrisl of Hralnetd street received a 22-nlmrt bullet In the left leg. just below the ki'ee. The boy with his brother, ll.tlph 1". ICIrod, w.tn hunting on the hill on the Sheldon road, just b.'ttk of the nuhlcr faun and com ing to n fence, piHnd his gun butt (list. ahead of him through the fence ,in, then 1 stinted to crawl Ihtotigh nfter It. Ho. took hul l of llte barrel with bis h.nu when the gun. which was pointed ihteetly to- ward him, went off. Kin wns near by, eairinl him lo the Huh-1 Ire hoilso. Dt. Sk.i.s was called and dressed the wound, The boy illt then (liken to the office of 1 r. Davidson, where the bullet was mnlilv lot, tied by the use of X-rays. Ite was later taken to i his home and the bullet was cxtincted Friday by Dr. Skei Is. The wedding; of Miss pearl 13rwln nnd 1'ny Kussell of Swanloti, took place at the t'nlvcrsnlist paisoiiiigu on Wodm".dny Nov. 2! at si ven o'clock the Hev. 13. V3. Maigraf olTlciatlng. II. (3harleK Hoyee of Wind I, Fred NV. Hyde of Ward I an. I Charles W. Huck lev of Ward B, mi inbers or the board of school commission, i s, Monday evening' tendered their resignations as members of the board. The resignations which were presented to the city cnuneli when It met for Its regnl'ir monthly meeting, resulted from ditf' rdiccs which have arisen among members of the board, principally over the complaint, mad" by Principal J", J. Sngemlot pit In re gard to the abilities of Mrs. , Mertli. Htadley, teacher of science and elocu tion. At a meeting of the s.'hool boatd held on Noveml ier 1 I. Prlnelp.'il Sagen dorph complained that Mi.-s Hradley was wholly nnd totally unlit and tin- 'nullified to teach school, tv hereupon n committee consisting of Chairman flnrey and C'oininlssioners Hoyee mid Tuscany was appointed to iniestigaie the complaint. At a special meeting held last Saturday night, the committee reported, a majority report, slgiud by Carey and Tuscany recommending that Miss Hradley be retaitied. th is extuier hUiik her. Mr. Hoyee. remit red a min ority report In which he requested that Miss Hradley bo retiuesled to tender lir resignation nt tun e iiy u mho of I to 2 the majority upon was carried, hence the tempest in a teapot. i no regular inontnly tmcilng of the city coimsil was held Monday night, but little business was done as Alihrmen At wond and Kennedy vro Hbu nt. The p s. Iguation.s of School i '.inimlssi. liters Hoyee, Hyde and Htiekky weio received and the nia'tcr of nccepling their n slgnation and considet lug the iippoluiim ut of their successors (the v.'ic.iii.'lt.s bung idled by the council), was pill over until the spe cial council nuetlng whleh will bu held next Monday niglii. The t .unnl.iint of Fred A. Collins, that he had lost u cow or two, as a result of tie nn.m.ils drinking from Stevens btook was di-. us-ed and the matter refcrrnl to n coinniittee consisting of Aldernieii Miteht.ll, Bli Uu and Helhu lneur. who will nport at th. nevt mei'ting. 1 he matter of lcnuiiihcrrig tho streets was again dlscitssid at I. ngth nnil after .sevetal bills had been ord. r( d paid, thu council adjourn! d. j There were great doings In the Jew- ish iii.irter Siind.iv night, the occasion J lining the wedding ot Mi.ss Hebecca Lass of Darlington ami Hurry L. Pierce j of this city. The leiemony was per- i formed by Hnbbl Louis I! (iarflnkel and an orchestra of tin- - pieces furiilshul the music for the celebration which follow id. Mr. Pierce is the proprietor of tlie lunch wagon on (iuigman strict. Kdwartl Vnyo died at his home on Lake sticcl early Sunilay timmlng of blood poi soning, in the 1 1 1 yi ar of his age. Two witks ago to-day Mr. Vaio, who was a carpenter, recelvnl a sllgm scr.itch fioni a rusty nail, which was in a board he was uslnu. A fev, navs aftir Ills hand began to pain him. He worki d along, however, until a wi el, ago last Saturday, when lie was obliged to give up and con tinued to rapidly grow worse until death lellevid him from his sittferlngs. Mr. Vayo. Funeral servli es wne held fioni drill, three sons, Kilwanl, NVilllam nnd ICdmund, six daughters, Mt.s. Zephroii H.irtette, Mrs. Dldas Le Cl.iir and Mlssi-s I'.hxn, llarrlit, Margut nt.. and Almenii N ayo. I'uneral servm s will be held fiom the Church of the Holy Ouurillun Angels at I' o'clock Tuesda.i morning anil the In- j ferment wns In Mount Calvary eeiue tety. ! Judge and Mrs. Chauneey Temple of High street nnd Mrs. Seth Collins of Georgia will leave to-day for Tar pon Springs, ria,, where they will remain until May. John Cahlll died Tuesday at his homo in the Fuller district, aft' l a brief Illness of pniumnnta. Mr. C.ilnll was uboitt 2,', years of age and Is survlvi d by three hrotheis. Mr. Calilll's dt ith will come as a gieat shock to many frit mis, as he was about his woik as usual on the farm on Sunday. The f mural will he held tin mottling. A pretty wedding took place nt the; le.sldoneo of Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Pome roy of South Main street ut 4:.",0 o'clock yesterday afternoon, whin their niece, Miss Hessie Hyatt Cheney, was unitnl in ' marriage with Lyman Flint Hnlley of niehfoid. The ceieinouy was performed In the parlor, which had been prettily' decorated with caiiiutlons, by the Hev. Charles S. Nutter, D. !., pastor ot the Methodist ICplscopal Chut eh, nnd was wit nessed by a number of relatives nnd in timate friends. The bride, who was unat tended, was gowned In a handsome white sill; niusllu, trimmed with emhiolderetl chiffon. Following the cciemony a brief reception was held. KefiesltmcntH were served from the dining room, which hail been prettily ik-cnrnted In pink ami white, the table being prettily laid and decorated with smllax ami white mid pink earn i tlons. Those who served weie Miss iu.i J. Hradley, Miss Mildred V, Hrndley mid MR. FARMER! Keep your hens laylnp: and make the poultry end of your business a profitable ono. You can do eo by feeding our I'OUlniV FOODS, BEEF SCRAPS, CRACKED BONE, BONE AND MEAT MEAL. Also Edible Bone Meal for stock. If send your order direct to us BURLINGTON RENDERING CO. Office iiml Knetnry, JVurtli Ave., Ilurllnton, ri, Miss A, Mary Hi own. There wns a hand some display of wedding Rifts. Among those from abroad who attended the ceremony Were It. M. Cheney of Worcester, Mans,, u brother of tho bride and Mrs. Cheney, Mr, and Mrs. James NV. Hnlley, Mrs. Hates nnd Mrs. Alson A. flutes of Hlcli ford, Mrs, Chillies L, Capron of Miilone, N. Y Mr, and Mrs. Charles 13. Toof of Franklin, Miss Ira J. Hrndley, Harold llrndley and Mildred Hradley ot Hwan ton, Mr. nnd Mrs. Asa. J. Livingston of Ulehfotd, Dr. and Mrs. 13, M. llrown Mid Miss A, Maty Drown of Sheldon nnd Mrs. Annlo K. Hidden of Hiirllngton. Mr. nnd Mrs. Il.illey lert on the fi p. m. train for a brief wedding trip after which tltej will take up their residence In Hlchford, Home time since, William nnd Sanfonl Sherwood, father nnd son, leased their farm In Kust 1'iilrlleld to Clinton Hlce, the Shcrwoods reserving one room for their own use, nnd the two families proceeded to le together In pmco and happiness, II wasn't long before dlf feielices began to nrlse mid grunts, growls, cuss words nnd blows took tho place of the usual cheery "good morn ing," Things leached such a pass that uttt.i Att,,rm, lt. 11. Austin rc- ,,.., ...ii ,u,i thc..h1.iv . ,' i,.oli,i. brothel, whni,,,,, ,,, ,,.. u,ru.,.,,.a were nrrcstul charged with breach of thn peace and , eaeh was tiled, found guilty nnd fined VI mid en-Ms. Clinton, Ilva mid Homer Hlce were nlso nrrestul on n similar charge but their casts were continued to a latir dnte, in order that necessary wlttn sses might be piodliced, GRAND ISLE COUNTY ALBURGH SPRINGS. Mr. and Mr--. Hairy Sweet of Hwanton sp"!it Thanksgiving with Mr. nnd Mrs. Mills.-Mls.-tssquol biy froze for the sicond time this season on Thanksgiving day.. Miss Mollle Wiley of St. Albans spint l-'ildi;- at tin Springs. Frank Town of Sv.'.i"lon ii'd Mis. Ira Hunter of liou.e- Point are vlsllln-i their niot'n- er. Mrs. Town. Mr. nnd Mis. II. L. P.fy-j nobis and Mrs. II. C. .Nd.inis of St. Al-j bans utul Dr. nnd Mm. J. Heynnlds Pat ton t-f I'liirlielil were the KlU sts ot Mrs. Pattim Thanksslvmg dav-nuy llaynes, who Un.i been eonllned to the house by illness, Is able to be out again. SOUTH ALBURGH. Miss Mal.le C. I'dii'Mi, went to St. Alb ans "liicFdnv to spend a few days. Miss May Sargent visited Miss Mable llaezn S.uutihi, betoic n turning to her home hi S wanton. Mrs. Chirhs Mitchell (ootid n peat I the size of a pi a In the o.istets she was cooking for Thanksgiving dinner. Mrs. Sarah Parks of North llrro. dint of a cancel'. Sunday afternoon De. . :'. The fiitut.il w li. Id at North Hero. NN'i cities-day Pee. fi. John Carle of tirldge water, Mass., is visilinx in town. ALBURGH. Mrs. Vanorder a sister of Charles Deuel of this place and who his been living with him died last week. The Uidies' Aid of the Methodist Church will hold a farmers' social and a farmers' sale in the vestry of the church at Albiirgh Center Thursday evening the 7th Inst. Mis. A. T. Morgan nnd daughter of Lincoln spent Thanksgiving with Dr. and Mrs. lingers. II. Hoyee Marvin has gone to Hiirllngton, where he enters upon his second year in the 1'. V. M. medical do pal tmcnt. Mrs. Martha Hetldy of Malone spent Thanksgiving with her sis ter Mrs. H. 1-3. Manning. Wallace Siilue has the whooping cough. Schools closed last NVcilnesday for the lemalnder of tlie wi el;. -Miss Howard went to h-r home In Swauton and Miss Hockwell to In r sister's in I'.iirlield. The Cin'igrega tlonnl ladles ure making preparations for their biza.ir which will be held in Lock wood's hall the evenings of December 13 and II. A. S. Mott of liuilhigton was in town teeintly. ISLE MOTTE. Mis. Fortune is soino better. .Mrs. It. I",. Noughton nnd daughter Hentrlre have be-n visiting in Plattsburgli th past two wi "ks Hansom llolrmnb of Hiulington was in town last week. Preparations, an b, lug timile for Christmas eNct rsiis nt the Methodist Church Die. 23th. The library meeting was With Mis. M. S. Thomas Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Ira Pike ami son Seneca, have gone to Maine for tlie wiiili r. Mr. and Mrs. O. II, Par ker and son of Pan lington were In town l,i-l week. Mrs. Jesse NV. Holcnmb and son, Mrs. Carswcll ami Miss Ilileli Cm swell of Houses Point anil Miss McNaughtoli of Montreal weie quests of Mr. and Mis. II. (',. ilolcoinb for Thanks giving. Mr. Holcotnb did not aeiompmy tin in as ho is on a hunting trip in the South Miss Dorothy lllll, (leorge King and Theodfie Flrury were home from Hui iington for Thanksgiving. Miss Josle l.engileld was homo Horn Plattsburgli for Thanksgiving. Her friend Miss Katie llodgis of Pl.ittsliurgh was her guest. SOUTH HERO. Among thoe entertained at Thanks giving diiiTn r Thursday wens Mrs. Ilar- rlngton, Mrs. Ilinte Mary Hoblusou nnd South Hero and Miss the home of Mr. and son-, Mrs. J nil x Hall Hobliison, Miss John Hoiiinson of Grace Hockwell at Mrs, F.ilson Hobin and Mrs. Hawson nt the home of Linden Alk u: Miss Han nah Clmk and Mr. and Mrs. NV. M. Stev ens nnd son, Stanley, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Juan Hobinnin: Miss fJr.icn Wright nt the home of Mr and Mrs. F. F. Allen. -The schools in town closed Nov. 21) for u short vacation. Maple Lawn Academy opened for the winter term Monday, December I. A largo at tendance is expected. Holiday closing exercises will be held on December 22, Mr. and Mrs. licit Patno are the par ents of a sou, boin a few days ago. Mrs. Kibble Allen and Mr. nnd Mrs. Herbert Keeler spent Thanksgiving In Htlillngton Miss Cirace Hockwell of Plrtttsburgh spent Sunday with hi r sis ter, Mrs. I'.tlsnn Hobinson. Miss .lentil. i Durant nnd Frank Perkins were married last week', They returned Saturday even lui; from their wedding trip. -About t'l couples attended the ball at Kel ler's hall last NVcilnesday evening, The Ladies' Aid society met FTIdny at Henry Martin's for dinner. On the nftci noons and even lugs of Wednesday and Thursday, Dec r tuber 13 nnd II the Mutual Heneilt so ciety will hold their unnilal sale of use ful and fancy CluUtmus articles In Kel ler's ' hall. your dealer docs not keep our Foods, IN HUB MARKETS Quotations on the Leading Products In Demand Hoston, Dec. 0. Tlm butter market Is very quiet, and prices hre Mcndy, with out change. Northern creamery, 2348 24V4c; western, 2il23V4c; dairy, 20022c. Cheese Is firm and unchanged In the local market, hut Liverpool In cabled lid higher, i'ork state, l.T.ifiMc; Vermont tNVlns, 13 1 -Hid 1 a He. KPK are quiet, but choice lots lire firmly held without chntiK. Choice nearby eggs urn scarce, but medium ami low grade western are plenty, with the market lu buyer' favor. Choice hen nery and nearby, 40fu4r;c nnd tip: east ern, 3flij38c: western, 28SS2C; refrigera tors, 2l(323c. Dealings in' apples lin ve not Incrensed, and though quotations lire not much changed they fnvnr tho buyer rather more than they did. The seanon on snorva Is over, and Hnrvcys, Hubbards tons and pippins will probably pass out for this year during this week. Cranberries continue to sell slowly, owing to tho high prices nt which they are held. Foreign grapes now have the mnrket to theiimelves, the season on California and York Mate fruit Is over nnd but few of elthnrklntlaretobelmd. Potatoes have continued to work low er tinder n quiet demand, and rather large offerings. Hwcclpta of sweets nre. altogether too great for the call and dealers are forced to sell nt low prices. The range on fcotithern stock Is wide, because much of It Is very poor. Onions nrc firm nnd cabbages hold steady. Celery Is comparatively high for 11. Is time of the year. Cucumbers, lettuce and rquiifclicN are unchanged. Turnips are steady, in spile of large supplies, and only a moderate active Inquiry. Had Ishes, peppers and parsley hove had rather sharp advances. String beans tire firm, owlnr to limited arrivals. Apples Kings, Wdi.M a barrel; TSai1vin. fancy No. 1, S'.'.T.itft.VJri; No. 1, WttZM); No. 2. Sl.nOtff'J: greenings S2.ri0f(? 3.2.1 : Ilarveys. .$2.r.0ffi3; Tab innn sweets, $2fJ3: pound sweets, $2..VJ rt.".."iU; common sweets. $1.2.Yti1.7."i: lltililmidsions, ?2..r,0(iyi: nodheatls. $2.o0 fiz:'..2.: northern spies, $2.riVfi3.."iO: pip pins, $2f(?2..i0; middlings. 2..0f?j:!; com mon sour varieties, $l.."oft2; box stock, 500(8$ 1.2.1 n bushel; fancy, 1 ..10. Cranberries Cape Cod choice large, dark, $1 left 12.30 a barrel; common to good, SWfilO a barrel; crates. ?3 .'(Ve; 3.75. Pears Hoses, $3.7.1 a bushel; anjous, $3ftR.nO a bushel. Nuts Peanuts, No. 1, 5 3-lr a pound; jumbos, 7c a pound ; shcllhark walnuts, $2.2.Vg2.r.O a bushel: Kngllsh walnuts, 14(3 15c n pound; almonds, 2ft-c a pound; castanas, fJUlc a pound; fil berts. I0'(i12c a pound; pecans, tvfll2c a pound; California walnuts, iBca pound; hickory nuts, !3 a bushel, rottitnes Aroostook (Jreen moun tains, fSS'ti70c a bushel; hebrons, (i.Ve? fiSe; Dakota reds, Clftine: eheiiangoes, fiLK&02c: sweets, Jersey double heads, $2 a barrel; Vlnelands. $2..ri0; Virginia cloth heads, r,0c(g$l.i0 a barrel. iteans Siring beans, 52 50 a basket; butter beans, $2(i7;t a basket. Cabbages Drumhead. JM.12Vll.25 a barrel; savoy, $1 n barrel; red cab bages, t10e a box. Celery Native white. .lfil.25 a doz en bunches; pascal. ILIirjilXiO a doxen bunches; Hoston market, 91 .r0Sx 1.7.1 u dozeu bunches. Cucumbers No. 1, $C a box; No. 2. .flf-f.'!. ( Lettuce, etc Lettuce. 2.V53.1c n doz en heads; roinalne, 75e a dozen heads; escarole. 7,1e a dozen heads; parsley, l.,rifKil2 a bushel; mint. 40c a dozen bunches; watercress, 35c a dozen bunch es. Onions Native, 7.1c a bushel; west ern Massachusetts, 70c a bushel; Span ish, $3 a crate; leeks, 4050c a dozen bunches. Squashes Native marrow, 7,1c a bar rel; turban, ?1 a barrel; western Hub bard, l?l.rKa20 a Inn; pumpkins, 40c a box. Turnips Yellow. I)0c a barrel; French white. 51.2.1 a barrel: white eggs and purple tops, ,10c a bushel, Miscellaneous Carrots. 5Wi7.1e a bushel; parsnips, 7.1c a bushel; rad ishes. $2fi2.,10 a box; spinach, 40c a bushel; beets, 51 a bushel; peppers, $2 2.50 a box; eggplants, southern. $2.50 &3 n crate: okra, 54 a crnte; brtissels sprouts, 12'i'i(l,ic a quart: tomatoes, hothouse. 20c a pound; Cuban, 52.50 a 4-basket orate; mushrooms, $2.5tci3 a basket; artichokes, $1.50 a bushel. The provision market is rather quiet, and pork products of all kinds are steady. There is a little" firmer mnrket for fresh beef, though prices hnve not yet been advnnced. It is reported to be the purpose of shippers to get nbout '-.c more for the best cattle. There are very few really choice steers offering. The quotations ore: Kxtra heavy sides, 7(tf 7Uc; good, 0i.f57c; light, .""ijjCic; heavy hinds, fiTtOVic: good, 8Vi!ine; light. 7ifi"Sio; heavy fores, .Kg 5 ft c; good, 4li(95c; light. 4(ff4Hc. There Is a moderate supply of lambs, but the demnnd Is light mid prices are steady: muttons and yearlings arc quiet: veals are firm. Fall lambs, HKdi Me; sprlug lambs, lOHfJllVno; muttons, S(f!lo: yearlings. Ni&OHc; veals, 10rffi2i There was n heavy throw of turkeys In for the Thanksgiving trade this year, but the receipts were better distributed than they were In 1004, and prices were steadily maintained on good lots to the end. The market cleaned up well on Wednesday, though some lots went Into cold storage. Quotations are now on a normal basis again, nnd moderate sales are being made on the following basis; Western turkeys, 18fa20o; northern tur keys, 2223o; northern chickens, large, ItlfTflSc; medium, 13l,1c; western chickens, large, 145115c: medium, 12W 13c; northern fowls, 14U1B0; western fowls, 13Q14c; ducks, 14jjUlc; geese, 13Q15C. COMMERCIAL Ttw York Produce Mnrket. New York, Dec. G. WHEAT Receipts, 97,000 bu; exports, 2G7.2S4 hu; sales, S.KO.fWi bu; 7;.000 bu. spot; spot firm. Bulls had a strong grip on wheat ngaln to. day. They allowed It to drop off at noon, Inviting large short sales which were replaced later at high est prices of the day and closed the mar ket very firm at HUTic net advance. May closed M'ic; Dee. closed 9fic. CORN Receipts, 172,000 bit; exports, 133.' Olfl bu; sales, 104,000 bu, spot, spot firm, Option market was without transactions, closing net unchanged to lUc net hlglipr, .Inn. closed 53'4c; Mny closed 61c; Dec. closed 6!!ie. OAT-ltecelpts, M,3fi0 bu; spot firm. COr'KKI'J-Spot Hlo steady; No. 1 In voice, MiftSc; mild oiilet; Cordova, lfr 13c. Tho mnrket for coffee futures o,icneil steady nt unchanged prices In response, to steady Kuropcan cables, In the lale trad Ing ofterlnus vem withdrawn partlnlly and the market steadied upon moderate, buying orders from I'Juropn an'1 scattered covering, The close wus steady net un changed to nvo points higher. Salts with reported of W.SOO bags, Including Jan., 1.r,0f!t!.r,i); March, JG.03ftG.7r.; Mny. K.kVA CM; June, Jfi.M'aT.tW; July, $7.M17.ri Sept., J7.10fi7.20. Ht'OAItItnw was firm; fair refining, r.e;; centrifugal, 91 test, 3 9-lGc; molrtMCS HiiRar, 2?ic; refined steady. Nr.W YOIIK I.TVR STOCK M.VttKKT. New York, Dec. 6. HKRVK8 Receipts, 2.W0 head; prltno and choice steers steady; steers, J4 00 5.G0; tops, $.",.7,i; oxen and stairs, J3.G0W4.:5: bulls, J2.r,(rfi4.lO: cows, ll.5Ofl3.50i heifers, Jt.2."; exports to-day M cattle, 47 sheep and l,MK) nunrters of beef. fALVKM Receipts, LIT. head; veals, strontti veals, J.l.oniiiiuri; srassers, $3.r0''5) 4.0.1; southern nnd western calves, J2.7Sfv .".2.1, light far western calves, J7.00. HHKKP AND 1A.M US Receipts, fi.724 head: sheep stendvi lambs firms sheep, f,.miT. 'ft; ctlll'i. Jt.OO; lambs, few choice, eilll". JS.en, MOOS-Recelpts. 0",IG head; firm: State nnd Pennsylvania hogs quoted at J'.tO'fil S.0) CIIICAOO I'RODUCB MARKKT. Chlcaco. Dec. G. WIIKAT-Dee.. S7',;c; May, Mc. roRN-Dcc, rede; old, 4G'c; Mny, 4.1'ic OATS Dec, 3H,e; Mny, 3.Tti33'ir. MKSS I'ORK (Per bhl)-Jan., J13.G7',2; (May. JI3.C0 l.ARD-(Per 100 lbs)-.Ian S7.22U; Mny, J7.37tttl7.lf). SI II HIT RIRS-Slilfs (loosc)-Jm.. J7.(i.1'j; May. J7.22'j. Cash ipiotatlnns: WIIRAT-No. 2 sprlntr wheat. SGlJSDei No. n, W,K,c; No. 2 red. WSSic CORN-No. -'. 4o; No. 2 yellow. 4S'iic. OATS-No. 2. ;Ui,e; No. 2 white. 32Ii 33c; No. I! white, 3lffi32Uc. RYK No. 2, Cc. MARI.i:y (!ood feeding. S7g37',iC; fair to choice tnaltlinr, 41Ti4flc. I''I,ArSi:i:D No. 1, fLilic; northwestern. No. l, ji.ffii'i. TIMOTHY SUKD-Prlme. J3.30. MKSS POUK-d'er bhl)-$13.2.-,7i 13.37', liARD-d'er Km) Ibs)-J7.42'if7.4S. SHOUT IHISS-Sldcs (loesc)-J7.00 J7.12U. SIDRS-Short clear Cioxed)-J7.12iig $7.2.-.. SlIOfr.DRnS-Dry salted, none. VnriSKKY-fliasIs of hlchwlnes)-Jl.n On the produce exchange, to-dar thn butter market wa firm others easv; creameries. IT'J-T-jc; dairies, 1,1720c; cni firm at mark cases included S0S2Tic; frets 2.1c; prime firsts. 25c; extras, 31c; chco quiet, llijfrlSe. r.osTON rorrnu markht. Boston, Tict. S. Coppers were steady to-day on n. larsro volume of biiInes.t. CoppT Ranee, Bos ton Consolidated, North Butte and Old Dominion contributed larcely to the earlr prices Keiicrally. Values receded In tho afternoon. BtTTTRR AND CHKESR MARKET. Boston, Dee. G. BtTT'rnit Market quiet but steady; northern, 23i,MI24Ue: western, 23ff23Uc; Vermont dairy. 20f?22e. CIIKKSi: The market -was firm to-day, Vermont twins, lSUtrlSVjC. NEW YORK COTTON MARKET. Now York. Dec. G. Cotton futures opened steady. Dee., JI1.0; .l.in., ;n. S2; Feb.. J12.0S bid; March, JI2.2G; April, JI2.31; May. J12.42: June. J12.4G; July, ! I2.T.J; Aur , i?12 2.": spot closed quiet, 25 point" advance: middling uplands, J12.G0; do. 2itlf, J12.S1; sales, 2,179 bales. REACHING TOP NOTCH. Frexli i:skn Are Now Selling nt 40 I'eulM n Doxen. Retail. Presh eccs are reaching the hlch wa ter mark in price and the strictly fresh variety commanded 40 cents in thu retail markets yesterday. Case crrs are sollltu? from 2f and "0 rents. Creamery butter is 29 cents a pound, with the dairy prod uct two cents cheaper. There Is a Rood variety of nuts offered French chestnuts brlns: 13 cents a pound; pecans, 20 cents a pound; California wal nuts, 20 cents a pound; almonds, 25 cents a poun!l and filberts, 20 cents a pound. Catawba gripes are 20 cents a basket and Malaga grapes 20 cents a peund. Pineap ples are 3.1 cents each. Pears are offered at ftom 10 cents a quart to GO cents a dozen. Florida navel oranKcs, larse nnd I of unusually line quality are offered at Til and 73 cents a dozen, Other oranses I are from 3.1 to 50 cents a doxen. B.inanaa are brcomlnc very scarce and bring from '20 lo 30 cents a dozen. Now Persian and I Fard dates are In the market at 10 cents i.i round. Apples sell at from 25 to 40 cents a peck. Common potatoes continue fit M cents a bushel, while sweet potatoes retail at B cents a pound. Boston celery retails at 25 cents per large bunch. Rice pop corn shelled sells for S cents a pound, or two pounds for 15 rents. Uothoue cucumbers retail at 20 cents each. Hoth-iuse to matoes sell for 20 cents a pound, southern tomatoes are 1 Jt- cents a pound. Vn beans are selllns for 12U cents n quirt. Shell beans are S cents a quart: and I.lm.i beans, 10 cents a quart; turnips are thrc cents a pound: Hubbard squash threo cents a pound: cabbage three cents a pound: beets, three cents a pound; paisley, five cents a bunch and natlvo l celery, eight cents a head. How to Feed Poultry Food. We will send free, postpaid, to any farmer or poultryman who will writa us, mentioning this paper, our direc tions for feeding "Page's Perfected Poultry Kood." Those directions rep resent tho combined cxpurleuce of some of the best poultrymen in New Knglaud who have used our food suo cossfnlly. Tliere arc nlso given many suggestions ns to tho proper care to bi fflveu hens to produco the best resulu, Carroll S. Page, Hyde Park, Vt. liARRE CLOTHINO CONCERN BANK. RUPT. A petltioa In bankruptcy was filed Tues. day by Segal & Urady, clothiers of Uarre. In connection with the schedule of the firm were the schedules of the. individual partners. Tho firm ha llablll tios ot t20.SU.62, all unsecured, and a sets of S10.533.67. of which JS5S.S7 ar claimed exempt. Harry A. Bejel hsa liabilities of JG.4S7.Ml and assets of J7.160, of which 11,000 are claimed exmpt, Thomns Brady has liabilities of J5.W7.20 and assets of J7.50O, of which Jl.OflO ar claimed exempt. The creditors of this concern nf largely In New York uu4 Hoston.