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3 UIIMIIIK 111 Hit lil'I Nlll'l I I UPBIinV flVHtl 1 II IT -Artliur Tonf was taken stiddcnnly III ith hont and Indigestion Frldny lifter onn, luit Is rniildly Improving. Ho hud u urso from St. Albans to onro for 1dm.-- L. Record of Minneapolis hns been In londny, tnklng IiIm lirothrr, lllrnm, thorn i tho goncrnl hospital for un opcratlon. trs. llcllloti has returned from Wards oro. WEST BERKSHIRE. The West llcrkshlic Comet band will A'n n pnnpnrl nti.l iI'iikia nl tr...... I. nil uiiuiury .-sorris ion town last wi ok ror J Hulilco loft Frldny for Kansas, hero ho Is to travel In tho interest of 10 Rlehfotd nannont company. Joseph CKOil III tho faoo hv his rinr.se Tnrsdav. Genrtn rMlnfTun .if Rmnf vltln. MnM.. lu c t ni. lil e et.. Mru I - A line nf ENOSBUROH FALLS. The board of civil nnlhorlty will he n tho chock list found necessary nt on posslng a month at her homo In owe, accompanied by Miss Cora Jcf ho has lived with Mrs. J. It. Stotio fot arly SO years, to tho county home In if Id nn Saturday. Howard Wlllev o. 'luord Is visiting his grandfather, John illoy ..lohn I'roston of Duxbiiry Is nl homo of O. A. Slovens. Mrs. Pros I'll out of health for two years arid on recent visit was taken worse mi shr Ikoii visiting friends In town foi l, 'll,- llil?. M ini lirii ii, lll- of Abercom, Quo., anil Mrs. C. Car cu T.lnr.inn win tn ! rn.l I. I'lnrlr nl n. J . I . M Mil i. ; L un- WUUIl... .nine therlno Black, who has been visiting friend. Miss l.oulsa Kimball, for I tawa, Ont -Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Dnr- I passed Sunday In Swnnton. Mrs II mi Tlllflil of Cnwn tiiittn One rin Ernest Brown of Montrril are visit Mr and Mrs. II II. Iludd.-Mlss lies Dt.tTy war !ri Ht. Albans over Sun II unor Hltlado Is In Boston for n ill. vis i I rill-nil . un" en n' in mil 11 ts I llir U C-imhHili-n TlnH-lilri-o lltirnmer ' rl Fist llorU-nhtrn fnr flip weeks i Id girl baby of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Jiushfonl on the farm of James nio died fi.lt unlaw The Iinrtnl vn ' i . ,1,1'i'U'H hi .11 i -.-mmU irmi'tiTJ llev A 1', Davis ntIlrI.itlng.-MI.f ire .1 loiif ,111 ru sinr nei e i . .-I;is li Mg her parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. D. .,.1 II e. ......... i . , , 'w- years' old daughter of Mr. and ' II J. Cavntiaugli. who was burned dr it the barn Saturday mornlmr. i -i icii irom ino immo tins nftor- i .1 (tno riiirK. - .iiss iin:i ;iinnp-c, r 11 Lancaster, N. II., Monday r I V CIS ll.'ISSeil .I twn wenlre' vnrvi. M 11, Yiw of Burlington Is with nib bore for a few days, prep 'iv to .stnrtlnir for tbn fnniwllnt- roil m Knn if Hi.-, n...ic n, ami Mis. Colburn of Newark, N. passed Sunday with Mr. Colburn'3 le, w . u. . oliiurn. They wont to i. .ivuiniiiiu i uvniiiii. .iis .uury lueiie weni to .Montreal Tuesilny, appendicitis.. Ur. If. U. .loyal ac- i unit lliVUK ULL'I , JV(J1II, Ul JJOatl- m, ouln dhkoiu, are vlaltlng Mrs. onnell's cousin. Mrs. II. O. Joyal. V. r Joynur of llurlhiKton Is pass- a few days here with M. U. Yaw. y expect to leavij for tbu Sascatch- m country about September 15. lr destination will bo about lSu tfs west of Winnipeg. Mrs. W. K. iKiiy returned from a week's visit S. Aiidrus returned to her position ho office of the Northern Telephone lpnny Monday after nn absence, of weeks. Miss Myra Lewis of ii""ihi .'uii in vipikiilK 111U 1. F. Oieonwood. Mrs. D. A. olt and daUKbter, Mary, passed day In Itlchford. Mrs. Ceorco Bon- returned with them and will re n for a few days' visit. A. J. Cald- nnd sin, Spencer, have koiio to 'ii "I tl I l.ll il .III. I. II1I1IVIM1 .1 -illlam Farr of Kast Falr- 1 has moveil into tho tenement of Darr.ih recently vneated by Mr. rin. Ptl-if.1 nn,l Tin. Mltnli.,11 nrn In lford for a few days. Tho camp tinK In Sheldon closed with a ton pnrtiiiB service Monday morning, ruin of the day made tho break up of the sonulno campmcetlnf? 1. The attendance Sunday in spite, oworltiR skb-s was of tho usual iber. The Itov. F. K. White of this o prencneu in tne morning, ur. t Galbrnlth of noston in the after- i iuiii ine ni'v. w, .11. ljoiivweii in cvoninpr. At tho annual meeting Friday tho following trustees o eiecien- v j. sow n. it. A. iien- k, F. A. Collins, II. C. Marsh, II. W. io, j, i iowio aim A. a. jvsemuc. trustees are to hold their annual ting In Sheldon .September 11. Tho mis e ecieu wero t:. n. weicn. I'rnpc r and V. A. Irish. A com en consisting of W. M. Towle, V. rlsh and the Itov. (i, W. Hunt wcro ted to examine the papers and rc- tho relation of the association to corporation also In regard to igo of name to avoid confusion In rd to mall and express. W. L. Iih r Is home lor a few days from hi-. ii-uii n ii.isii- nan wont, iv gaiiie nei u arranged tor Thursday to tie oil hero between tho old time rlv Itlchford and Knosburgh. Mr, Fa te has the cellar for tho new school ling dug and the foundation stono iielng drawn, T.lio mason nro ex- "d to lie at work at tho founda lu a few days. Mr. and Mrs. L. "roft and daughter have conio to l from Gardner, Mass., after an lliil ill m Willi iiinniiin. i In T Trntf nlrtil tlwtilonlv nt lila hero at six o'clock Friday morning opsy after an Ulneps nf more than vears. lie had an unfavornblo spell week but had recovered and was to sit up nearly nil day Thursday and ed nil right nt three o'clock Friday ing and nt six was discovered to bo Mr. Pratt wns born In Norwood, , November 10, 1845. went to Cotton- , Knns., In 18B7, where he lived for 20 Mny 31, Wfi he married Clara M. who with four children survives him. Inert until ISM when the fnmllv mnvtd Is plnco nnd Mr. Pratt, who was a u I nut I i. ivim I in in pnnrra nr , 11 n . ,i,,ii.ii wi-iu uriiJK OJivueu in shire. The funeral wns held Sat- from his late home. tho V. V.. White nfllrhitlng nnri tho bur ns In MisHlsquol cnmeleiy, watoj- was lei Into tlin twinslock of )r. II. J, Kendall Co' now nownr Tuesday and Iho machinery wan stnrtcd. T. H. Robinson, tho contractor of the now school building, cntno to town Tnosdny. Work on tho foundation will begin nt once. Ho hopes to havo nil Inclosed boforn cold weather. Mr. nnd Mrs. F. K. Hurlhtirt of St. Albnns, who hnvo been visiting family friends In Samsonvllle, hnvo returned homo. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. Lnnclot nnd daughter Marian, who hnvo been In camp on tho St. haw reiico near Ogdensburg, returned homo Tuesday. Miss Ardel Fnntnn of Kast Falrlleld Is visiting tho family of It. AV. Towle. Mrs. F. K. Marsh nf Chicago and Mrs. J. T. Marsh, with her daughter, Mrs. D, C. and her two children Hazel and Leslie of Swnnton visited In tho homes of C. I.. Mnrsh and M. V. Perloy Tuesday and Wednesday. Tho Hov. and Mrs. W. J. M. llcnttlo are expected this week from Franklin, V. Q., where they havo been a month with their three children nt the old home. Mr. Henttlo ex pects to occupy his pulpit in St. Matthews church Sundny morning. The rtov. F. K. White wont to Lyndonvlllo Tuesday, where ho will preach nt tho camp meeting. He expects to return Friday. Mrs. Ktta Ward of Leicester, N. V., Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Tevoynw, for n few weeks. Mrs. J. S. Hurt of Sprlngllold, Mass., has sold her honso on Mlssisqunl street to 15, V. Terry, who lives on Pleasant place. Consideration $160. C. II. Abcll Is rushing the completion of repairs on tho hnuso damaged by flro which ho recently purchased of C. H. Strattnn, Intending to have It rendy for occupnncy tho first of next week when tho family of L. W. Smith will move In. Tho barber recently employed by L. 1J. Hint, J. II. Wilbur nf St. Albans, will move Into tho tenement now occupied by Mr. Snilth. -n. W. Clark Is taking his va cation from rural route 1, which Is being supplied by F. P. Moltlguy, Mr. Clark and Mr. Strattnn of route I are attending Mnrrisvlllo fair this week. T. T. Snll returned Wednesday from his trip to the natlonnl encampment nt Minneapolis. ENOSBUROH. Miss Mny L. Hodges nnd friend, Miss Scollleld of Bridgeport, Conn., havo gnnc to Berkshire to visit Mrs. I,. Button, her sister. Mrs. J. K. Swift, who has been tho guest of Mrs. W. Perlcy for it couplo or weeks has gone to Knosburgh Falls to visit Dr. W. W. Hutchinson. Mrs, William Anderson of Manchester, who has boon visiting relatives In town, has returned to her homo. Mrs. Grace Cassldy and mn nf Bershlro visited her bister, Mrs. Jay Chaffee, last Wednesday. Miss Kate Chaffee hns entered the of fice of the Telephone Co. at Knosburgh Falls. Frank Slmonds has gone to Box bury to pass a week or more with his parents. Mrs. O. B. Remington nnd son Harold wont Friday to Sheldon Junction to visit Mr. Remington's parents. Hor husband comes Saturday to Sheldon on his vacation from New York city. Tho surprise birthday party for Mrs. Warren 'erley last Tuesday was n very pleasant one ana nnmiramy enrrica out ny her children nnd friends. A. Klsworth and Mrs. Klngsley of Cambridge visited their cousin, Deacon. L. II. Dow, who remains In about the same condition. Tho Rov. Mr. McBrldo of Berkshire Center occupied tho pulpit last Sundny at the Congrega tional Church nnd gave a very Interesting and helpful sermon. Tho Rev. J. Kidder of Wcstford and son Evans visited at his brother's James Kidder's last week. Tho son will remain for some time. Mrs. Kidder's nephew, Mr. Bailey, nnd family, who have been passing several weeks here and In other places started last Thursday for their homo In Wisconsin. Mrs. Kent has been quite sick for soveral days and confined to her bed, with severe chills nnd fever. Sho Is somewhat better at present. Mr. and Mrs. Brace and daughter of Dunlnp, Iowa, have been passing a few days with the family of tho Rev. E. Kent, who was their minis ter in Dunlnp, removing from there to Knosburgh over a year ago. MONTGOMERY CENTER. II. C. Comings of Rlchford was In town Tuesday. Mrs. D. T. Chase of Oswego, N. v., who has boon In town several days visiting her sister, Mrs. H. O. Rowley, has returned home. Clarence Duso, who has been quite sick, is better. Philip Constan tino of Relvldere Corners has moved Into the old school house tenement. Mrs. C. L. Dlx and daughter, Alfn, have returned homo from Knfleld, N. II., where thoy have boon spending a two weeks' vaca tion. MIsS I-ouise Lucia gave a birthday party Tuesday to a large number of her friends. SWANT0N. Joseph Jlroux of Swanton and Miss Mary Hell of Quebec were married nt tha Catholic Church Monday morning. A wedding breakfast was fcerved at tho horns of their uncle, Joseph Glroux, of Green wich street. A good congregatfon attended the formal dedication of tho Methodist church Tues day evening. Tho cdlflco was erected in 1SKS but the dedication was deferred until tho debt should havo been removed. This has hern recently nrcompllshed. The nudltorium wns tastefully decorated nnd the choir ndded to the Interest of the occasion by special music. The service wns in charge of tho Presiding Klder, Rev. O. W. Hunt, D.D., of St. Albans, Other clergymen present ntid participa ting. Included C. fi. Nutter, St. Albans, C. P. Taplln, Hlghgate, S. Donaldson, Sheldon, S. II. Smith, Rlchford. An en joyable dedicatory sermon was delivered by tho Rov. John Galbralth, D. D, of Boston. He eloquently portrayed tho ex tension of tho Kingdom of God by tho Bible, the church, and tho Holy Spirit. Freo conveyances will leave tho park nt 10:30 Friday morning for the King's Daughters' basket picnic at A. L. Asel tine's grove. If tho weather Is unfavor able tho picnic will bo postponed to Saturday. Everybody is Invited. The annual meeting of tho Golden Rulo circle of King's Daughter's will be held with Mrs. A, I,. Cross, next Monday evening nt 7:15 o'clock. Miss Nellie Jowett has gone to New York for a few weeks' stay after which sho will return to Burlington whoro sho has a position in a millinery store. Tho Shnkeapcro club will meet next week Tuesday with Mrs. C. M. Wcad. J. M. Requri and daughters and Miss Bannister of Tarrytown, N. v., aro guests of Mrs. Ida Dow, nlso Mr, nnd Mrs, Everett Hathorn of New Haven, Conn. F. D. Inpelle Is In Boston on a busi ness trip. Mrs. Elvira Meigs Branson died at her home on Spring street Tuesday after noon nfter an Illness of about a week with heart trouhlp. Two of her danghters Mrs. Brough nnd Mrs. Lucas of Fitch burg, Mass., wero with her. She leaves besides a daughter residing In Wiscon sin and one son. She Is a sister of Capt, Meigs of Baltimore, Md., who, being nt his summer cottage nt Hlghgate Springs, was nlso with her. The funeral will bo held nt the house on Friday afternoon at two o'clock. MONTGOMERY. Mr. and Mrs. Emerson W. Comk are the happy paronts of a son born August 17. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Fogorty havo ro turned to their home In Worcester, Mais., Mr, nnd, Mrs. Charlos Hope visited lait week In Walden. Miss Mnbln Egenton of South niehford and Harvey Clark of Montgomnry wore married In Salem. Minn., AtiBUit ST. ALBANS. Walter J. Brciin, son of Mrs. Joseph Hrean of this city nnd Eva Dttmns of Detroit, Mich., worn married In Detroit Wednesday, August 1. Mr, llrcnn ro sided In this city until a lew ycar ago and has many friends hor. Mr, nnd Mrs. Amos H. Hancock cole hrnted their golden wedding anniversary Friday evening lecnlvlng a host of their friends nt their home on England streo from seven to ten o'clock. Tho house was appropriately nnd tastefully decorated with golden rod and golden glow nnd tho gathering wns a most happy ono not only fnr the. brldo nnd groom but for tho ninny friends who enme to offor their emigrant lntlons. Dellrnto refreshments wero served during the evening. The lawn wns deco rated and lighted with Japanese lanterns, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hancock were mnrrled In Worcester, Vt August 24, 185G, at tho Methodist Church by tho Rev, Anron Ball Mr. Hnncock was n son of Mr. nnd Mrs Chrlsmon Hnncock, nnd was born In Or nngo Mnrch 31, IWfi. Mrs. Hancock's mnlden nnmo wns Mary Ann Leonard nnd sho wns born In Worcester November 10, 18.13, being a daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Fnrrlss Lconnrd. They lived for a few years after their mnrrlngn In Worcester, coming to this city 2S years ngn, and nfter eight years' residence here moved to Loyalton, South Dakota, whom they remained eight years, returning hero twelvo years ago. Mr. nnd Mrs, Hnncock hnvo had six chlldrr!, three of whom are living, George M of Loyalton South Dakota, Mrs. W. A. George, of the Needles, Cal., and Miss Mnbel E. Han cock, who resides nt home. The three children who hnvo died aro Lucy E Nol llo J., nnd Leroy A. Mrs. George wns present at the celebration but the son was not able to bo present. Thoso who at tended the wedding 60 years ngo nnd were hero for the golden wedding Friday wero Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Cooper of West Berlin, who ncted as best man nnd mnld-of-honor nt the wedding, and Mrs. W. II. II. Dickenson of Wonnsocket, South Dakota. Among others who were present from out of town Frldny evening were Mrs. L. II. Stiles of Mount Vernon, N. Y Mrs. Jesse Wllley of Mnretown, Alston Wllley of Montepller, Miss Her nlco Dickinson of Grand Rapids, Mich., nnd Alva George of the Needles, Cal. Mr, nnd Mrs. Hnncock have nlwnys been members of the Methodist Church as arc all of their children nnd brothers nnd sisters. A pleasant feature of the cele bration Friday was the prnentatlnn to Mr. and Mrs. George of SO American beauty roses, a hnndsomo chair from their neighbors, nnd J1C0 In gnld from their families and a fow friends. Henry Bryant of Congress street re ceived word Friday of tho death of his sister, Mrs. Ellen fBrynnt) Par sons, wife of Arthur Parsons of Chat ham, England. Miss Ethel Parsons, a daughter, spent a year with hor uncle In this city recently nnd hns many friends here. A former resident whose name has not yet been made public, has announced his Intention of presenting to tho King's Daughters' Union of this city funds suf ficient to build and equip an np-to-dato gymnasium for the the boys and young men In tho city. The gymnasium will probably be erected on tho Seymour lot on the south sldo of Kingman street. .uiss wrncc ai, unsworn, wno until n fow months ago was stenographer In the motive power office of tho Central Ver mont railway nnd who has recently been employed In Nashua, N. II., has secured a government position In Washington. The city schools will open for the autumn term Tuesday morning, Septem ber 11. Thorn will be no cliango In the teachers except In the third grade of the Messenger street school, where Miss Ruth Reynolds will tnke tho place of Mrs. Will lam Fllnn. resigned. Tho wedding of Miss Sylvia Sophia Shll- vock of this city nnd Harry Hawthorn Page of Illnesbiirgh will tako plnco at the home nf tho bride's parents, Mr. ami Mrs, Joseph Shllvock, of Borloy street, Wed- noj-day evening, September 12, at 8:30 o clock. Mrs. Frances (Lynch) Footo, wlfo of Frank If. Footo, -general manager of the Vermont Power & Manufacturing com puny, died Sunday In New York, where t-ho went several weeks ago to ho troated for diabetes. Mrs. Footo wns born In Montreal thirty-six years ago being the daughter of Mr. and Mrs John Lynch. She is survived by her hus band nnd six young children, besldo her mother, Mrs, John Lynch of this city, two brothers, John F. Lynch of this city, and Patrick J. Lynch nf St. Vincent de Paul, Que., and by two sisters, Miss Clara A. Lynch of this city and Mrs. C. A. Agnow of New York. Tho wedding of Alfred J. Thlbault of this city and Miss Alma Bourgulgnon, daughter of Emile Bourgulgnon Sr. of Johns, formerly of this city, will take iplaco In St. Johns Monday morning, September 10. GRAND ISLE COUNTY SOUTH HERO. At tho democratic caucus Jerry Crotto was nominated for town repres entative. At tho republican caucus Thomas London was nominated for town representative. Tho fall term of Mnplo Lawn Acadomy will open September 10. Tho principal has recurcd the Ecrvlccs nf Mrs. A. E. Wheeler as nsslstant. Mrs. Wheeler Is a graduate of McGlll Normal school and a teacher of experience. GRAND ISLE. Mrs, Molllo Dixon Huff am has hcon visiting Miss Mary Hlbbnril and other friends In Grand Isle. Edwin Adams Is seriously 111, Allen Gago cut ono foot qulto badly ono day last week. Joseph Tcbo wns called to Barro by tho death of his mother, Mrs. Charles Tebo, formorly of this place. Mrs. Ed son GonUm entertains tho Ladles' Aid Thursday of this week. Tho Grangers gave a picnic at Cooper's point last Thursday. A sovero rain storm In tho north part of tho town prevented many from attending. Mrs. Murray and daughters, Adello nnd Ruth, of New York city return this week to their home. The Itov. J. J. Lewis's lectured wero grently enjoyed by all who at tended them and there was an Increase In attendance every evening. Thero Is to be a republican rally In Grand Islo Wednesday evening, when good speak ors will bo present. ALBURGH. H. F. Martin nnd son of Swnnton have taken the contract to put In tha water works here nnd work Is already begun. G, W, Sabre with his family and guest, Miss Babcock, of Providence, R. 1 nlso Mr. nnd Mm. W. L. Mott and II. Royce Marvin made a trip In tho flabro yacht to St. Johns, P. Q last Thursday, Miss Laura Mott has returned from a visit among relatives In St, Albans. W, p. Rowcll Is aufferlng with an Injured hand, Mr. nnd Mrs. O. R. Houghton and fami ly have returned from a visit nmrng relatives In Mlddlebury, Morton Marvin of Montpellcr ! the gutet of relatives In town. , ISLE LA MOTTE. Mr, Miller of New York has bought tho Walt place at tho South end. The Rov. W. E. Lang will glvo a memorial sermon on McKlnlcy nt tho Methodist Episcopal church Sunday morning, Sopt 2nd. Tho members of company M.. V. N, O. of Burlington, will glvo a concort and mlnstrl show nt tho town hall Thurs day evening, Peter Fortuno has rotura rl from Bhelburne. Arthur Flsk of Enst Orange, N. J Is In 'own, Thero wns a pilgrimage lo Sandy Point Sundny from Cliff Haven on tho steamer Tlconderoc.i. Thero wns a party of 14 from Grand Isle on the Enst shore Sunday. Mrs. O. J. Thomns has boon cnnllned to tho bed by Illness for a weelt. Mrs. II, c. Hud Is quite 111, Mrs. Nelson Pardy has re turned to Chnzy. ALBURGH CENTER. A party of young people with Mrs. O, O. Bell, und Mrs. E. E. Lord ns diaper ones, are In enmp at tho Polnt-of-the-Tonguo. Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Ny0 of Falrlleld hnvo been visiting friends In town drulng tho past week. Mrs. Julius Bushway, left yeslcrday for Grand Islo whoro sho will spend a fow days with her parents hefnro entering the Mnry Fletcher hospital for nn opera tion. A number from here attended tho pllgrlmngo at St. Anne, Islo Ia Motte, Sunday. Mrs. J, S. Gnodfellow and dnughter, Marjorle, aro tho guests of Mrs W. Warren Rockwell of Burlington. Mrs. Rama Duba, who hns been serious ly ill for Boveral weeks, Is now convales cent. Mr. and Mrs. C. Fuller Carpenter of St. Albans spent Sunday In town. Tho Lndles Aid will servo a chicken plo dinner nt tho church on election day, September 4. A fusion rally wns held nt Lockwood's hall August 27 A republi can rally will bo held at Albnrgh August 30, several prominent speakers will be prcfccnt. SOUTH HERO. About thrco hundred nt tendril tho lawn party nt Dr. Caron's Saturday evening. Refreshments of Ico cream nnd cake wero served. Music was furnished during the evening. John Intdon Is able to ride out again. Orin Landon of John son Is In town. LAMOILLE COUNTY HYDE PARK. Invitations have been received here from Mr. nnd Mrs. J. E. Bassett, former rcsl dents of this town, to the marrlago of their daughter, Lily E. to John S. Mc Wlthey Wednesday afternoon, September R, at Holy Trinity Church, Strathcona, B. C. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Lawtnn of Fair fax are guests nt L. R. Fnlrh.mks's for a few days. Mrs. Florence Solandt and d.itaghtors who havo been spending a fow weeks with her parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. George Parker, returned to her homo In North- field, Mass., Monday. Sheriff nnd Mrs. Stevens, who have boon visiting friends In Connecticut for the past two weeks, returned to their home horo Monday evening. Mrs. G. B. Leland and d-inghter, who have been spending the summer here with hor paronts, Mr. nnd Mrs. L. S. Grls wold, left for her homo in Stanford, Conn., Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ilanloy of Essex nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Hnrnion Hall of Esex Junction are guests nt J. S. Leach's. Miss Mabel Austin of Bakersflold is a guest of her sister. Mrs. M O. Heath. Mrs. C. C. Godtlard entertained a number of lady friends nt a 5 o'clock tea at her homo Saturday evening. Miss Blond Seymour, who has been spending a month's vacation at homo in Randolp'h, returned to her duties In Page's office. Tuesday morning. ELMORE. Tha fourth annual reunion of the Merrlam family wns held at Bacon's camp nn tho west shore of Lako Elmore ug. 22. After partaking of a hountl- ful repast, officers wero elected for the coming year. The following were present: Mrs. lluldah Adams, Joshua Merrlam, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilornce Merrlam nnd two daughters, Mary nnd Eva, Ethel Merrlam nnd Mr. and Mrs. Edgnr Vnughan of Wnterhury; Mrs. Luthera Chase and Georgo Chnse of Middlesex: Stephen K. Vaughan and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin H. Bullard nnd son, Ray, of Hyde Park; Mr. nnd Mrs. A. C. Merrlam. Flora J. Mer rlam, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. W. Merrlam and children, Wallace, Glen, Glee, Elsie, Carl and Theodore, Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank S, Merrlam and son, Dean, nf Elmore; Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Merrlam of Bellows Falls. WATERVILLE. Charles Bedell has moved to Belvldero center. A. L. Laremay went to Whlto River Junction Monday. Philander Wethcrell Is In Camlirldge nnd Milton, this week. Mrs. Westcott nnd daugh ter nro visiting friends In Grand Isle. W. S. Welch of Snlem, Mnss., visited Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Darrah Inst week. Floyd Fairbanks has gono to Mnrrisvlllo, where ho has employment. Mr. nnd Mrs. George Smlllo of Montpellcr are visiting ' his mother, Mrs. Henry Smllle. Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Mitchell of Lowell, Mass., visited her mother, Mrs. Ami Leach, last week. Elmer Miller of Rlchford visited his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. H. B. Miller. Sundny nnd Monday. Amos Mil ler of Westlleld nnd Miss Alice Miller visited their grand mother, Mrs. A. W, Tlllotson, Sunday. Mrs. O. P. Shattuck of Worcester, Mass., Is visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. Edwin Shattuck, for tho week. Herbert Homer has moved Into ono of Mr. Laremay's tenements In tho Laremay block, and Ira Peters has moved Into tho tenement vacated by Homer. Mr. nnd Mrs. Cnlvln Dean of Berkshire, nnd Mrs, Llr.r.lo Helers of New London, Conn., visited their parents, Mr, nnd Mrs. R. Bennett, Sunday. BELVIDERE. Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Shattuck of Belvldore isitcd his father. M. C. Shattuck Satur day, who Is falling fast. Mr. and Mrs. Eldor Foster nro In qulto feeblo health. Mrs. R. Jones of Cambridge Is earing for them, Ray Coburn of Milton visited his parents hero. F. Thomas and wlfo of Cambrldgo aro visiting at M, 1', Davis's. MORRISVILLE. Mrs. Charles Stono mot with qulto a serious accident Saturday. Sho was driving when something broke about tho harness nnd the horses becamo unman ageable. She was thrown from the wag on breaking both bones of tho leg below tho kneo and otherwise Injuring her. WOLOOTT. Tho annual re-union and picnic of tha pupils, old and young, who have nttended school In the Davenport school district, wns neia Saturday at tne school house and nearby grovo.lt was largely attended and much enjoyed. Word has been re ceived hero of the critical llllneis of Mrs. George Torry at her home In Everett, Mass, Hho was a native nf this nlace. Her sister, Mrs. Kate Franklyn hae gone to rare for her. fievernl went from this place to attend the Ithlel Falls camp meeting the last of tho week. Miss Flora Bweet who has apent the summer here at the home of her uncle, P. A, Hollen beek, returned to her home In Buttoc, P. Q., Saturday, Mrs. Chariot Sortbner nncl daughter Hope of Underbill spent flatur- with friends here aplnr to Hardwiok In tno C"nlng. Miss Ruth Ualley of (Contlsueu C Mh VK) IN HUB MARKETS Quotations on the Leadina Products In Demand Hoston, Aug, 2f. nutter Is In mod rrate renplpt mid prices are very firm nt nn advance nbove last week. Choice northern creamery, ariV420'Ac; west ern, 2l2rc; Vermont dairy, 20H$. Cheese Is nlso very Arm, following tlie country markets. York state, 121 Qil.'lHc; Vermont, 11V412V4p. nest pRgR nre In umnll supply nnd prices arc very firm. Thp cooler weath er has nlo tended toward stiffening the market. Choice hennery nnd near by, 2!330c: eastern extras, 25027c; western, lfVe?20c. I.nst week was a decidedly unsntl factory one In the locnl market for fruits and vegetable. The extreme hent which prevailed up to Krlday had the effect of depriving the demand of the little life It had previously showii. The movement of apples hns been especially restricted by the hot weather. Hie call for choice sound fruit hns not been particularly lively, while tho poorer offerings have been a positive drug on the mnrket. The season on berries Is pretty well over. Grapes are arriving rjulte freely from the Hudson river sections. For the black varieties there Is not a great deal of cnll nnd thry go cheaply. Debt wares have a fairly good sale. Good peaches sell well, but the movement of Inferior lots Is drapgy. Pears nro plenty, dull and easy. The week has been a quiet one In po tatoes, both white nnd sweet, and prices havo ruled easy. Jersey Green mountains hnve gone slowly and most ly In small lots. The arrivals from Maine so far have been small and green and hard to place. Sweet poU toes have steadily declined throughout the week under large arrivals and a slow demand. Cabbages, tomatoe. onions, green corn, string beans and turnips all are here In abundance and freely offered at very low figures. Nit tlve cucumbers are rather scarce and the best lots are dear. Lettuce re mains cheap, but celery has advanced a little. Squashes are steady. Apples Williams, $23 a barrel; astrachans, $l.B0fg2; sweet boughs, $3 22.r0; golden sweets, $1.50(32.20; duchess, $2(Q2.30; grnvenstclns, ?28; rivers, $1.G02; pippins, 51.B&S2; coin mon green varieties, $1.(50; box stock, f.0c$l. Berries Blackberries, 638c a pint; blueberries, 1418c a quart. Cantaloupes Colorado rocky fords, $-Kg4.riO a standard orate, and $3.00 n pony crate; Jersey Jenny Llnds, $1.23 (gl.fio a crate; Baltimore gras, (2 a crate; Marylands, $1.36 a crate of two dozen; Montreal melons, $8gl2 a bas ket. Cranberries Cape Cod, $2.5088.23 a crate. Grapes Hudson river, carriers, Delawares, $2(32.(50; Niagaras, 11 J2B; wordens, $11.2B; Moore's eearly, $1.25; champions, 78a$l; pony baskets, Moore's early, 131 6c; champions, 10 12c. Peaches California, 51.2532 a bos; Delaware, $1(31.60 a basket. Pears California Bartletts, green, $3 a box; ripe, 82g2.C0; native Clapps, 75c$1.25 a bushel; native Bartletts, $3.504 a barrel; Georgia Rleffer, $2.00 a barrel. Plums California varieties, $12 a four-basket crate. Potatoes Aroostook cobblers, U3$J 65c a bushel; Jersey Green mountains, Gf(3)7c a bushel; sweet potatoes, east ern shores, 520O32.7B a barrel; Nor folk?, $2.25(32.75; North Carolines, $2 2.50. Beans Native string beans, green, 50375c a bushel; wax, f075c; shell beans, $11.50; Lima beans, $1(2. Cabbages Native drumhead, $2(aTI .1 hundred; red cabbages, 75c(g$l a box. Celery Native, 7fica$l n dozen bunches. Lettuce, etc Lettuce, 20:-!."c a bush el box: romnlne, 50c a dozen heads; escarole, 50c a dozen beads; chicory, 2,"ic a dozen bends; parsley, 25c a bush el; mint, 2flc n dozen bunches; water cress, aric n dozen bunches. Onions Native, lt((fKc a bushel; Spanish. $3(23.50 a large crate and $1 1.2.r a small crate; leeks, 50c a dozen bunches. Squashes Native summer, 2(g;ic apiece; marrow, 7reiS$l a barrel. Tomntoes Native, 25(9.750 a bushel; hothouse, 3J?4c a pound. Turnips Yell w, $1(81.23 a barrel; white, .'(Kji'.'c a bushel. Miscellaneous Peas, $ll..ri0a bush el; cucumbers, fi0c(3$.1 a box; carrots, "rnSl a bushel; parsnips, $1.50(31.7.1 n bushel; green corn, 2550c n bushel; radishes, 2o50c n bushel box; spin ach, 12V20c a bushel; beets, 40(2500 n bushel: peppers, C075c a bushel; eggplants, $1(1.25 a box; okrn, $1.50 02 a crate; native cauliflower, 50c(51 u bushel box. Pork provisions are firm, there being no changes In prices. Fresh beef is firm for choice, but medium cattle arc In quiet demand and prices are steady. Extra sides, 8 3-4 ll-4c: sood, 8tff8rt-4c: light. rWMHe; heavy hinds, U 3-4K12 t-lc; good. lO.VtGillc; light, XW9c; heavy fores. C.1-4Ul-4c; good, 5 l-485Se; light, 3ti34c. Lambs are In moderate supply nnd prices nre firm; yearlings nre steady; veals are dull. Spring lumbs, 12fiac; full lambs, lOGUc; yearlings, 0c; mut tons, D10c; venls, r311e. Poultry Is stendy, the cooler weather having bettered both the condition and the demand. Native broiler chickens, 1718c: fowls, 15c; ducks, 1218c; western broilers, 14$lflc: fowls, 18U3 14c. Hay Is firm, but quiet; straw Is weak under heavy receipts. Hay No. 1, $10.50 21; low grades, $12.50! 8: rye straw, prime, $12.50(3 13.50; oat straw, $78. GRAIN AND PRODUCE. QnotatloDi In New York, Iloaton nnd Chicago Markets. New York, AUK. 29. FI)Un Receipts, 17,778 bbls; exports, 19,220 bbls; steady but dull. WHEAT Receipts, 85,700 bu; exports, 9.1.C43 bu; nales, 1,500,000 bu. futures; M, 000 bu. spot; spot steady. Without being; active wheat was fairly steady to-day on a narrow range ot prices influenced by steadiness abroad, light receipts nnd rain In the Northwest. It finally weaken ed a littlo on bearish Russian news and closed Uc net lower; Mny closed 81Vic; Kept, closed TO'c; Dec, closed Mftc. CORN Receipts, f,3,sry); exports, 84,14? bit; Bales, 03,000 hn, futures; sit firm, Option mnrket showed a mndoralo foro noon ndvnnco on commission honso buy Iiik nnd cash demand but later reacted slightly, closing Ufl-lic net hlchcr. Spot closed TOltc; Dee. closed Mfte. OATR-Heoolpts, IXOW bu; spot ensy. COKKKK-Spot Rio nominal. Tho mar ket for coffee futures opened steady nt an ndvanco of KUI0 points on rather bet ter Ruropenn rabies than expected nnd covering by somo nf tho recent sellers. Thorn wns a Rood deal of coffee offering, however, partly for local Iohr account and partly supposed to bo for Rrazlllan parties, nnd the market eased off shortly aftor tho opening, whllo later cables from Kuropo wero nlso easier. Tho mnrket closed stendy net unchntiRod to flvo points hlRher, Hales worn reported of 10.CO0 bags, Including Sept,, fi.30flC.33; Doc, JR.r.O; Jim., 6.G03fi.70; March, JUOflCST,; April, JO.WJ) 6.83; Mny, $C.S3gG.fc5; June, $5.9037,00; July, 6.4.1fI7.05. SUGAR Haw wan firm; fair refining, 3-ff3Hc; eontrlfiiKnl, 00 test, 4c: molasses sugar, 3H&3Uc; refined was steady, BOSTON PRODUCK MARKET. Boston, Aug. 29. FLOUR Tho market for flour is quiet hut stendy. Tho itiotiitlons to-dny nro: Spring patents, mill shipment, JI.23ti4.S0; winter patents, $3.8534.10. CORNMnAL Tho market for comment nnd oatmeal Is epilet. Tho quotations nre: HnK common!, $1.1C'1.1S; barrel cornincai, $2.G0f)2.G5: granulated, $3,004(3.50; bolted, $3.0003.30; rolled oatmeal, $I.Goy3.2o; cut nnd ground, Jo.oO-Fifj.OO; rye Hour, $3.00?j: 4.23; grnlinm, $2.S5f4.io. CORN Tho mnrket for corn Is dull and lower to-day. The quotations to-day nre: Spot steamer yellow, C2fjK2i4c; No. 2 yel low, G2HTC3c; N'o. 3 yellow. 01V4'uC2c; "for shipment, all mil, No. 2 yellow, filVr; No. 3 yellow, SUiOjir a!0 nM(i nut No. 2 yellow, 61Tit5l'ie, No. 3 yellow. fXfl-y 61c. OATS Tho market for onts Is dull nnd ea.sy nt lower prices, Tho quotations are; poi iso. 1 Clipped white, 401 41e; No. 2 clipped white, 3J1f39c; No. 3 clipped white, .KWvc; rejected white, S7i37',4c; for shipment, 3'J to 3S ll., 37fc37Vic; 3S to 40 lbs., 37',ig3Siio; 40 to 42 lbs., 291J40'-; fancy, 40 to 42 lbs. iW.nc. JIAV Tho market for hay Is firm; straw Is weak; mill feed is dull and easv to-dny. The quotations to-day me: liny, No. 1, $10,307(21.00: low srades, $12.30H1S.00; r.vo straw, prime, $!2.3fJ1.il3.30; oat straw, $7.00'rfS.(); sack sprlni; bran, $18.23'nlS.7o; winter bran, $s.7.V&1S.23; mid dling. $20.2.Vf(24.M; mixed teed. $19.73M 2.1.75: red doj, $25.2525.73; cottonseed meal, $27.755) 2S.M. PORIC Provisions are steady nnd un changed: Short and heavy backs. $19.39; lone cut. $21.30: medium, $is.:rj; bean pork, tl5.fi0fflii.00; fresh ribs, 13'4f(12o; frsh shoulders, Kc; smoked shoulders. 9c: corned shoulders, 10c: regular hams, ll'j 15?ic; bacon, l.TiW17c; sausncu, lOJ 13V4c; saus.mo meat, 7Vic; raw leaf lard, lla.c; tendered leaf lard, ll'tc; palls, 12'; ffl2c; pure lard, iv'ir; palls, llkSlllic; country dieted hos, 7"s'aSHo. UrciCK-The market for fresh beef Is dull nnd easy, and lower prices t-eem likely, though nn effort Is holm; made to 138 cattle, 15 sheep und 3,700 quarters of beef. CALVKS-Rccolpts, 2,39) hond; veals slow and fully 25c lower; veals, J5.0OfJ8.B0; few tops, $S.73; Krasscrs and buttermilks, J3.2.W4.00. Slinr.P AND I.A.MIIH-Recelpts, 4,715 head; sheep and lambs steady; sheep, $3.50 575.50; culls, $2,001(3.00; lambs, $0.0008.50; culls, $5.0.), 1IOOH- Receipts, 7,037 bond; nominally steady; no sales teported. BURLINGTON MARKETS. rVrtotrinle nnd Retail I'rlees Farnlshesl ' by Local Dealers, , The following nro the wholesale prices J paid In Darlington markets: I Butter, creamery, prints, or boxes, per lb , 23(320o Rntter, dairy, to ship, per lb... 20JJ22O1 Reef, dressed, per lb VAGta Chickens, per lb 18S20o' Rrbs, per do J! , Ha fowls, per lb 144511a IIcrs, per lb. g0 Lambs, per lb n0 Potntoe-s, common, bu, ,,,, $1,10 1 Sheep, lb., dressed 10812a Veal, lb fcS9ol RETAIIj MARKETS. The following prrees aro c.hvced con sumer by retail dealers: Means, string, qt. lllackborrlcs, ejt , maintain the present level. The quota- jfthubarb. lb. tlons are: Kxtra heavy sldc. SVOV good, M(S.:c; !lt,ht, CfiGVic; heavy hind", HHS12'ic: good, lOHc; hKht, S'jflSc; heavy fores, Bifj6Vicj sood, 3Vy3',4c; light, 314C4C. I.AMHS The market for lambs and muttons Is steady; veals me quiet at: spring lambs, 12ijl3c; fall lambs, Joif lie; yeai lings, Pc; muttons, S'tfllc; venls, Ottlle. POULTRY The market for poultry Is stendy to-dny. The quotations to-day are; Native broiler chickens, 17fil?c: fowls, 15c; ducks, 12147,13c; western broilers, l ?(fc; fowls, 13',i'rjl4c. KGCiS The murkct for eggs Is firm and unchanged. The quotations nre (.noico hennery and nearby, LVtiHOc; east ern extras, :"3fi27c; western. l'S(i20c. HICANS Tho market for beans is steady to-day at: Carload lots, pea, $l.C0'dl.62H; medium, $l.S0T(l.o.V yellows eyes, $1.0031.65; red kidneys, $3,1013.13; California small white, $2.I01j2.50; Job bing prices, 10S13c higher. APPI..KS Choice hard apples are very Arm, but the poorer gradi-s are easy. The quotations to-day are: Swec-thotighs, $2.OOfi2.50; golden sweets, $1.50lf2.25: AstrHchans, $1.50ff 2.00; Williams, $2.30ff Grnvonstolns, $2.0T3.01; Rivers, $1.50 ifr2.ro: Duchess, $2.002.50, pippins, $1.30'' 2.00; box fruit, 50cfi$1.00. POTATOKS Whlto potatoes nre easier to-day. Tho quotations to-day nre: Aroostook, B3f?03c; Jerseys, C3fiC5c; sweets aro easy at $1.75J?2.50. CHICAGO FRODIJCE MARKET. Chicago, Aug. 29, WHICAT-Sept., 70?iT(70',c; Dec, 7Ho. CORN Sept., 4sV; Dec, 4)c. OATS-Sopt,, 29Vc; Dec, 20i'(i30-ic MESS POHK-(l'(r bbl)-Sept., $17.00; Jan.. J11.32H. I,ARD-(Pcr P) lbs)-Sept., J5.C7-.: Oct.. $S.77H. SHORT RII3S-S!d:: Oose)-Sept., $8.70; Oct., $S.57H'?iS.C0. Cash quotations: " WHEAT No. 2 siuing wheat, 7oc; No. 72tf7tic; No. 2 red. 7014T(7lc. CORN-No. 2. 50'io; No, 2 yellow, 51c. OATS Nn. 2, 29S.C; No. 2 white, 21', W 32c; No. 3 white, 2S-T(0Hic. RY E-No. 2, 55',.V'(!c. RARLEY Good feeding, ; fair to choice malting, 40ft 4Vc. E Ij A X S E E D No. 1, $1,07; northwest ern, No. I, SI. 11. TIMOTHY SEED-Prime, . CI.OVER-tContract grndcs)-$12.00. SHORT RlUS-Sldc (loo.-e)-$5.C0?c S.70. I.ARD-tPnr 100 l!is)-$?.70. SIDES Short clear (boed)-$9.Cff 9.12H- WIIISKEY-(H.ifIs of highwlncs)-$1.29. On the produce exchange to-dny the butter mnrket wns firm; creameries, 19(0 23c; dairies, 17U20'ic; eggs llim at mnrk cases, Included 12l,t''(Mc; tlrsts, ICUc; prime firsts, iSc; extras, 20Vic: cheese, steady, HMil3c. BOSTON COPPER MARKET, Huston, Aug. 29. Coppers wero firm to-dny, but trailing was limited. North llntto wns in demand and advanced ; to S4V llluebcrrles, qt, IJutter, creamery prints or boxes, lb Un nanas, doz. , Iiananas, red, doz Heets, now, bunch Cabbage, new, lb Canteloupes, oach Carrots, bunch Celery, head Celery, tics Cheese, lb Corn, cwt Ccriimbers, each Eggs, doz , Egg plant, each I'etd, mixed, cwt Flour, bbl drapo fruit, ench . Gooseberries, qt , Hay, bale-d, ton Hay, loose, ton lyemons, doz Dettuce. natl , head ... lettuce, Ucston ball, hend I.ltnes. Jamaica, doz Meal, common, cwt Middlings, lino Mint, bunch Mushrooms, lb Onions, iiew, bunch Oats Onions, Snarish, lb Onions, native, lb Oranges, doz Plums, doz Parsley, bunch Pears, doz Peppers, creen, doz Peaches, doz Peas, green, qt Pineapples Provender Potatoes, common, bu Potatoes, new, pk Radishes, bunch 103120 150 BUTTER AND CHEESE MARKET. Boston, Aug. 29. llt'TTER Tlio mnrket was stendy; northern, 25Utf2fiHc: western. 24S25c: Vermont dairy, 20-.ii22V5c. CHEESE The imiikct was unchanged: Vermont twins, llHtl2Vic. Squash, summer, lb. ritraw. baled, ton ... Spinach, pt-ck Tomatoes, lb Turnip.--, bunf-h Watermelons, each . Wheat, cwt Water cross, bunch . :V329a zoe: 60? 10a 4a S15a Eo to 25a - 16a $4.35 53103 27a 25o 11.21 55.C035.7S ... . 10i(15o 12a J13 00IM7.0') J10.CO-S13.0-1 .. .. 2Vi40o 60 10a 1.,.,,. 20a $1.23 $1.1081 40 5s $1 25 5o 4SQ5i'j 1 4o eo-fnoa 10f(20o 57. Ko i."330o 50o 20550a is lOflJCa $1.33ul.45 $1.30 rco 4o 4c Eo S10.00S12.0J 30o 20a 103 40B70C $1.5081.75 ICO FOREIGN NOTES. I!y a recent regulation smoking Is no longer to be allowed In German railway cars marked "for non-smokers," even when nil the occupants give their por-mlt-slon. "Old Jonas T,to." the mint beloved Nor wegian writer. ha- returned to his nativa land nfter a twenty-year sojourn In ParR lie Is 70 nnd nlmot blind. Germany has l.niO.O'JO bto hives, which furnish 20,0X) tones of honey in a year, while Spain comes second as n producer of honey nniong European countries, with 1.C9A.0C-0 hives nnd 19.U00 tons of honey. Tho kite Haron do Roy bequeathed 130, (i"0 francs to tho French Academy of Science, fi-nm the Interest on which thero Is to bo offered qulnquennlally a prlzo of 20,11110 francs to tho French lnvostigators who have best contributed to tho prog ress of psychical science. Formerly milk producers in England were at the mercy of wholesale dealers or middlemen. By Judicious combination In various places, they h.jve K-en able to obtain uniform nnd equltahlo prices, .se curing to individual members extra profits up to $20) 11 year. A great construction, to bo called tho Palais Iiillhnrmonlqtie, is to replace tho old, circus in the Champs Elysees, Paris. Tho situ has been ceded for fifty years to M. Axtnuc by tho City of Paris. Tho Palais Philharmnniquo will bo built within eighteen mouths from now nnd will havu .1 largo concert hall, with seating accommodations for 2,200 persons. A Gold Coast Journal, describing a wed ding, mentions the subsequent banquet, and adds: "it Is reported that most ot the gentlemen who nttetided refreshed themselves avariciously, nnd tho manner In which they acted does not speak will of their gentlemanly principles, Theso 1 gentlemen may plenso bowaro to avoid a repetition on future occasions." Germany's troops fighting tho natives In Southwest Africa nre having an ardu ous time. Owing to tho lack id railways. tho men have been on half rations most of the time sinco tho campaign began. Oconslonnlly they hnvo had to eat tho artillery mulcH nrvl they have often fought or marched for forty hours with out n drop of water or any other drink. They aro dressed In nil sorts of make shift clothes. Including sandals made from tho hides of oxen. The Rev. William Dnvles, a Hereford vicar, died recently. For thirty-tlvo years hn took no morn exercise than was In volved In wnlklng from 0110 room to ' nnnther; hn was n hearty eater, with a marked wenkness for such nppetlzlng things ns hot buttered rolls (he always had them for breakfast) and roast pork, nnd he could mnko way with a bottle of jort wine after dinner. And yet ho never had a day's illness during all these years, wns the picture of health and full of spirits nnd energy, and he lived to enjoy a hearty monl on his 105th birthday, London Tld-Blts. NEW YORK COTTON MARKET. New York, Aug. 29. Cotton futures opened steady. Aug., $S.0 bid: Sept., $SC0 bid; Oct.. $S.S2: Nov., $8.90 hid; Dec, $9,00; Jan., $9.10; Feb., $9.12; Mnrch, $9.20; April, $9.20; May, $9.27; cotton spot closed quiet, 10 points lower; middling uplands, $9.S0; do. gulf, $10.05; sales, 400 bales, LIVE STOCK MARKETS. ! far Cattle, Ihsep nad Hobs t New Ysrk, Now York, Aug, 29. nRBVEfl-Roeelpts, 1,411 hend Moors, lOfflBo lower; cow steady; steers, $4.40if R.Ki; fancy steers, $.5Q' wtnas, $4.35; bulls, $2.4MM.0O; cows, JVW.OOj exports to-dy AMERICAN LEAGUE STAND JNQ. Won. Lost. Pet. Chicago 70 46 ,Ati3 Philadelphia 65 49 .570 New York (3 48 MS Cleveland 62 51 .549 St. Louis 60 55 .545 Detroit 54 59 .478 Washington 46 67 .407 Boston 36 SI ,3ii NATIONAL LEAGUE STANDING, Won. Lost. Pot. Chicago 90 SI .744 New York 73 41 ,641 Pittsburg 75 42 ,041 t'hllndelphla 53 64 .453 Cincinnati 51 f" Brooklyn 45 6t ,3g ft, Louis 45 74 .871 iioituu .....39 81 .US