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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, W).
ilng a successful term of school In Those having tin marks during tho term Thompson, with cancer nnd complications, ict No. II. A huge flock of wllil at Lillian Httrrltt, Floyd t wronce, ' illoil last Friday night, nt nn ndvnnced going south Mommy night, weru Miln Lnwroticu and Kruistt 'I Iniintoii : ntto. Tho funeral was held from tho runted In their flight by a sports- shooting at thotn and turning them thnt they returned north, Tho sumo or nnother, was seen going south Tuesday morning, following the course as the one of tho day bo no neiii iiiiitsiniy I'M'iiuin m r. and .Mrs. It C Reels went, to nn nf the T.vnti fmiillv. n-lil.-li Kiel liwreiu-o aim -i-i t oiv-half day; resldenon of Mr. Susie Tatro, one day. Total number ot scholars thirteen.. Average attendance per day, 11 44-49, Anna M. Johnson, teacher. and Mrs. Thompson. SHHLBURNE. The ncv. J. W, Ooffln officiated, and music win furnished by a malo quartette composed of 1 V. SlcGlnnls, I,. P. Moutton, M. A. Hulloc. and 13. H. .Ionian. Tho body was taken to Wcst- frti-.l tn- Inln.mnnl t-I H- n .Isi i,1 n Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Harrington i,n.j,fl ,onp wMpnt of t1ltn ,own ,,,,' at nounce the rnKOKcmetn of their y.Hti.irestl,, rnsl(1oncp Wc(,nosnn. afternoon at .. r ' . " '. . '"11:30 o'clock after an Illness of lioneri e oiiamer. i ne weaning will oc cur the Inst of Poccniber. 1. II. Hcyott Is In Stolltpellor this week d there November u. at the homo , ,c. B CM n 1.11 priR. i few weeks. Mr, I'ncknrd has been In poor health for several years, nnd for tho pant tii'rt vivirs linn heen nn Invnthl mlioh nf partner, Senator O. N.I,,,,, tlm0i from h(mn ,, kMncy troublp. ..t..- 1.. 1...... .1 1. ...... e.....,. ngtjn Business College. Louis Sears ferrlsburgh litis t iken Ml. Will- possession November 1. Tho Rev. IS. Ol IHO JWV I. tl. Ililiiia. vi.mi.n.i evening iraer meeting will be bold It. Macomber nnd Mr. I Last Saturday he suffered a stroke of Mr. and Mrs. I' and Mrs, W. W. ltlh entertained the Members of LaPlottn club and their wives at the club bouse Tuesday evening. Peter Matt, who has been engineer on ha ,own ln ,ho jigiatm-o nC m, Hn Dr. -Webbs yacht for tho past twelve I f (n,vl, ..., ,,., and also held many minor offices. Ho 1 rnrnlysls, paralysing ono side, nnd since i then has steidlly failed, tintll tho end i came, Mr. Packard was one of the prominent men of Jericho representing years, has severed his engagement with Dr. Webb and moved bis family to White ball, N, Y., where he has n position. Miss Iorn Clark, who has been tench- was a largo and successful fatrner, resid ing on the old family farm, that had been in tho Packard family for nearly u week nt tho homo of Mrs. Frank,1"? ln p,,ltl" ,1!f,lrlc, ,'' ,hf I century, until two years ago. when, be in. i lonrv r;iii- nn.s umnu iiimiii h uso nn the main ro.id and Gar- Grant, who has been living nt Mr. 'Ufl'lU.I 1 mini III'" uini l 11 w ,ii-..,r, , who has been vlslllng relatives and t ig M-er tliev leturned Saturday. -Mr, nnd nr nrn lnltitu- Mt. TMImor's tinr Mr. ird Mrs, I!. II. Pulmer. account of sick- HUNTINGTON. cause of ill health, he mid his farm to W, f nils?. TIo was a member of the Congregational Church at this village, a veteran of 1 ho Civil Wnr and a member of tho 0. A. n. post at Underbill, and was n man of good Judgment and respect- led by his townsmen. Mr. Packard wns I filvlvtin vr.jiv-4 nld nml Is .slll-vlvpel bv term of school In the Mlllham district. , wjffi ftmj ,)V thrpc 1)rnthors, Dr. George Mrs. llnth Ito'tertH taught the gram- n..i,nr(1 . nr r.dn. nnd M. it. n , A.,. Af...t,. ,1 1',,f,f.l.,. tlw ... Mrs. Carroll "'" -T'ackard and H. ai. Packard of this town, "cssie 1'ieicner, wno'e jnouier tW(, f,Pters, Mrs, M. V. Wlllard of en,ely injured Prlii iy 111 a rtma way. j th)s ,nwn nnr1 Mr, Cobllrn nf Miis Fletcher leturned Tuesday night. , nonVfn Colo Tho tnnrraX will be held nt Frnd Moore, who iris been working for 1 F. W. lilssonett. has returned to his' ho'-iie In New Hampshire. Jim McOulrc lias moved his family to Ituillngton. Miss Alma i:iithrot,e has closed her. Her mother Is slightly Itnpmved. Miss Allen M. l'arr ot Springfield is , . visiting her s'ster, Mrs. V. P.. Stoddard. i his late residence, at 2 o'clock p. m. funeral of Oeorge Nutting, who In Now Haven tho 7th, was h-ld th Urlon Cluirrb l"i!d.iy afternoon r It M1- Nutting was liorn ln sunrn in if i in r.iriy inn ne iniivi''i i iii: wi. ...i, uu.r.-j ui i-,,,tt,., ..,-.iv,, le tftn'ti nn I win n fainlllr flp-lir.. nil e.l lit the MetllOilist CllUrch Sll'llhlV.- ST. CSEOROff-. Kmerson lUnsdnle, who lives on Mr. and Mrs. Tusnn T rrkn, for several and tho dato. Tlio bannuot wan sen'rd by days, has returned to Huilinglon. -Miss Mosea Kurnueu, proprietor of tho Green Anna jiyan ai uii"io"" nursi gi . Aiottntniii care. her parents, Mr. and Mrs, John Hyan. Mrs. J. B. Derlck and Mrs, O, y, Howo wore In Hurllnston Welndojday. Dr. J. C. Murphy of Hlnewburgh was ln town yesterday. FRANKLIN COUNT? SWANTON. There Is a rumor Hint tho West sMdo In to be reopened. This house has been closed since last spring when It was refused a license. Potatoes aro bringing 50 cents a bushel, but some of tho largest growers nre holding for GO cents. At a largo and spirited sehpol moot ing Monday evening It was voted in a decided manner not to onlurgo the boundaries of tho union school dis trict, wore three propositions up for consld- i ' ' .... Ih n ,aaI... II... I nP' Il.l.'l. eranon. io iiiku h . vn,-.. village on tno oast, largely Krenth, that formerly belonged to tho district;! to tako In tne balance of district No. 10, which is on the west side of the James MacMahon and Jjmos 1'arrell will leavo tho city about November W, for iSan Jose, Costa Ulea, where they havo seottred positions and will reside in the future, It is reported that tho Worthlngton C. Smith place on Bmlth street has been sold to Professor C. I.. Jordan ot Nor wich University, Noithfleld, who will como to tills city to establUh a. first clas boya' preparatory reboot, 'those who arc most Intlnately connected with the pro perty In this city do not verify this re port but It Is understood tha.t parties in Scranton, Pa., who have the estate ln charge, havo disposed of It ln this man ner. It Is said that Mr. Jordan lias resigned his position at Norwich to take effect at tho close of the present term, and that ho will then devote his time to th renalrs on the building and tho I rnmrxli.tllni' nf ho mime for tile PUrPOSO .4..lr...i it in 1.,... IhtnpH ln It. O. Sturtevant prestucd. Thoro , " . ,. . . gotcm. SWANTON CENTER. A daughter was born iccently to Mr. and Mis, Frank In Humbert!.--The cou- h-erVto take In the rest of tho spring1'""' " 0Z' s ree r'eetlon. Thee different propo- ', l'ved that ho has been for a drlvo once. ,.. B0Cllon ". ...... m'u ' , i Mr. call it was conllned to hl bed two sltlons were discussed with much onl- , Kelat,ca.-H. H. Otindwlok nation, acted upon 'Pratoly and rl.toK t'o,.. made a hurried visit m klU& MARKETS Quotations on the Leading Products In Demand overwhelmingly defeated. Those op rosing tho enlarging the school bound aries are fearful that by no lining tho present oxcelknt school system may bo In some way crippled or handicapped by lack of proper support. ENOSBURGH PALLS. ltoyoK, last trip lo his with his slf.-ter, Mrs. A. 1, week, while on a Milne?. farm in Fairfield. GEORGIA. A select party was held at I, II. S. Falr bsnks's last FrUloy night, by Invitation of Ulna Howard. CJamen were played and The funeral of A. 1. Wllloy was attend' to.l from his late home Friday forenoon ",0 ' Th' re watt a large attendance ot his Wright farm penr tho north end ot Lnko neighbors- nnd friends with whom he was li-nfttiols reports teeing a largo buck titer ;fv favorite. Tho bnarers were C. W. streets for SI ye irs. Two years ago MSs Maude Williams Is visiting l'i Cam- last Sunday morning that was milk white. I VYi-leli, H. V.. Towle, P. ('. Hammond I to New Haven where he has since od the ptivato dance at Memorial li.ill t '.e strange sight. James Mlllham was In 0f the town were he daughters and .j, . , . , . ... .... i 1 -. t. ... r..i... j .... ... ... if . ... ... . . . .. . i- .... tmnn vlnltlnii- fr ends hero for a row ouys. . l.n ,n.l. 1,t.Mnlf lll-A1r..,,r itt.iiv A 11 llnnr lini. rrtil.t,l hlo c,h.,r ..tul, .ro MIMlntn I'lclf,,! mlnllvAi In f....l i.ll.. T'iilnl,i f tc i . Mrs. V. M . , . .,-,...-1 ,.. i... i.-i-i ..f u. it..-. i T..i..t ........ i. t. ...U-i ... , . ii . r.. .1 !v v is vtsiLi iit Mr. an Mrs. K. It. Uoston, Nov. U. nutter Is quiet, but prices are firmly held, especially on the Lest fresh made stock, Choice north-t-rn creamery, 27a2l)c; westeru eienin ery, 20a28ci Vermont dnlry, W20c. Cheese Is very firm for the best Sep tember make, but there Is nn en.sler tone on lute arrivals, though qtiotn lions ure well sustained. 1'ork state, KiVQM,!iC! Vermont, liifiUc. Choice lots of hennery und nearby ejrgs continue to advance, and west ern stock Is ulso firmer, as recent ar rivals are coming on the market In better shape. The quotations ure: Choice hennery and nea 'by, SSCWJc; eastern extras, 3!,(33Sc; western, 27Sj CUc. Dealings are still on a light scale In the local fruit and vegetable market. It has been a decidedly unsatisfac tory week in the apple business. Ite celpts have been very heavy and the demand decidedly slow. Tho foreign markets have worked lower and cold storage space Is well tilled. The result Is that fruit, which, a little while ago, could have been shipped or stored, hits remained In the opni maiket and .sales at the outside quotations Lave been Infrequent. Cranberries continue to advance, but COIUV -rtccelpts, 32,21.0 bu! exports, &2.IS3 buj sales, 120,010 spot) spot steady. Option market wait without transactions and closed net unchanged. Jan. closed 1 Blltoi May closed ES'ic; Dec. closed 62)ir. OAATH-Hccelpts, lUtl.GOO bilj exports, 21,130 bu. Spot steady. COFFBEJ Spot Ulo quiet. Tho markot for coffeo futures opened steady at un changed prices to a declltio of five points in sympathy with lower Furopean mat kots big receipts and a further decline in tho rate of inanition exohange. Prices yielded a little further under scattering liquidation, but steadied toward the closo which was steady, net unchange-d to flvt points lower. Bales for the day we, reported of 40,700 bags, Including: lic M.OO&G.W.; Jan. J5.10; March, M.2Gfi6.&, May, W.p3C.; June. SO.&Oj July, $6.eo, At. Jd.tC: ilept. JC.70U.7o: Oct. K.80. flUQAH Itaw, quiet; fair refining, 5 G-16c; centrifugal fl tost, 3 12-lSc; molas ses sugar, 3 1-lOc; rcllned quiet. refreshments were served. Miss H. K. . tlif v Work hluher the demand lulls Hamlin was at Mlnot smitn s ac est .mi tiu several days the past week. nilza bcth Hojibm of West CSeorgla was at I. II. S. l'airbankb's for a few dajs last week. C. A. FRANKLm. Horskin of Newport v. enter lias lends hero for a fow ri Martin of llratnardsvlllo, ; oflk aUnn . lergyman with C. M. has been employed by r.rodle & Clark works for lrn Chase, fell from tho roof of :j.ins. - Mrt Hi li ci ruf. ,,' the funf.ral air.tngr-1 tie- past tliree yean!. Mrs. Cliailcs Sa- ,i shed, where be was shlngllncr nnd in- pnpn'ns; homo tln.e i ll s'. v veil by one daughter, gee and daughter of NaMiun, N. II., nre I jured ,!s feet and ankles so ho is obliged Mi-, and Mrs. S. K. Hurt. II. W. Allen V l.ei wnv. granddau.Tliter. visiting her brother, II. N. IJiy. Tlio K. to use crutches. Addison Ishnm or Pouth went to Thetford Wednesday to visit a HI j r '.-s c' V-nv Haven, and a C. I. will clu-o Its f-rl tenn of school i Wllllston haa recently built a model n 1 slrter for a few we-'K.s. 'ari S. I'omeioy Friday. In th" even ng they will give 1 porch along the front of his dwelling , has aocvpted u position w.th tilt unlver- off. Itetnilers are not anticipating thc-'.r 'J'hankl-Bi lug wants becntiso they he I. eve they wnl lie n I ! - to miy chiapi-r Inter un, but there nre no Indication just now of n dieline. There Is a good il'-mnud for choice fresh grape.-, but pour lots have 1 1 1 1 1 or no call. Sale- of pears continue dis appointingly small. 1'otatoes have had a siMily sale at P.r iv, ,y, of this place. te the klndni ss shown The next meeting of the will be on Thursday, I ui II by ! r ' Paii(.li' rr nlier 2 w inn the enllntv seeretnrv. Kate Ti fis will be present anil a repi r of t'i rrcnt convent Inn. .T'ss'e N' i ir w in nurlington a Mrs. I. i th M'x or Hrlstol was st of Mrs J'-ssIc Norton the lam of k ret in us to her home Monday, nl Mrs Hi rf Ilriggs nnd children i I'lvn irtirmd homo Sunday 1 m two dtys with Mrs. t iir l.. Mr, and Mrs. W. W. JERICHO N v wert lat week to Fandy . . wife It Is well established f ice th.it has V sn fitted up for Y G N..J ' .is entered into part p w th a j art- in Montpeller In . eicaniik business carrying a line i-,.nvl a w o 1 .iltii lirii-l,, nn rtfflno -Tho entf'ti nmeiit at the hall v iiii-iir wis u e i .ii nn p . ir wn I ird to ti'll whtrh 11 Irl l.ost. the whnln uig to ho a perfpet affair. About J14 rf 1 1 i pit . public meeting -The Itov. Mr. P.arns ot Swantnn will pre.vh nt tha Method'st Church at 1:"0 p. m . Sunday the l'th. UNDERBILL. Mrs. William lUitchelder has ben cal led to Mon-Isrllle by th" erluus Illness of lier mother. A lecture was given ln tin- Congregational Church Tuesday evening by the Ilev. Mr. Tread of Rich mond. Mrs. M. C. Jackson and Mao I fjlhlion were visitors In town Tuesday. Word has ben leci-lved that Scott Ter rlll of Worcester, Ma-.s., formerly of this place, Is III with diphtheria. ESSEX JUNCTION. Saturday afternoon a very delightful r-ct-jMlon was given at the homo of Mrs. Job Hates. The affair was given by Mrs. Ade laide. Nichols, Mrs. Allen Martin, Mrs. T. IF. Allen, Miss Julia Hates and Miss Clara Teaehout in honor of Miss Ilesslo Shlland nn,l Vini n ti, .rno r-h I ti c liinr,!nr-n In T l Ch.ifey now of Jackson, Mich. Thp,0 gi-ipnopnoni-, nn.i. , oung hul.e, with MIm Shlland are resl-! fca wero rved to pupils and vltH. dent members of a set of girls who in , Mr' '"d Mrs- "ar'M " W their school days called themselves tli,hur are working for falter Mansfield, wno lias roceruy moveii in innu aim n.-i.. drove to Starksboro ono day last week and .spent tho day with Mr. and Mrs. Cutter. Hinsdale's, where Mr. Westcott was doing u Job of work. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ham of Wll llston were tho guests ot Mr. and Mrs. laurence Wellinger on Sunday last. BOLTON. The Hyan timber lots purchn.sed sev eral months ago by Mr. Woodward, have ben repurchased by W. V. Kyan of 1- tl .f.1Tlo nf ninhfnl-,1 li jrillin -..I'" l.lllll ji.,,ii.,.n .......r. with her parents, i in Hake rsllela. ' - iviiiiirn n ni-w iwuro uiu-iiiuijji'ii prices. i.,iiiMim, uu- in Is complete ami win soon ui "" "i"1" iignter supply ami urmer, i.ui ouinus by Mr. and Mrs. W. C. rtohle. rontlniie to come forward freely ami, Tho Wc man's Homo Missionary society! ,,AC0)t wllf eholce and of good size, met with Mrs. Honry lloadlei Wednes-! (ljliy nre CaullnoV( e,.s tltm nay. Movemo-r .. mi .i..u..;. ..... v. ... .,.. .,,.. . lnll,.. ,i hfniil rias: .il 1 i wlileh mills verv much to tl-e former ' sltv at riurllncton ussKiimt in hoi ' .,i. M.i.unnrt ..m... T ..,i,n ttin.riui ! nniiiti-n it ti KmMli li.i.s rw-! i-r.,1 ,inM.-n ' firton and children of It 1 1, I-HIW,'.. IVSim. 1.1. .'4 .C. 1 "I" .,,.-....,......- ... II' J - i, -,M l.ir.i, . Gardner. Mass., was In town triuay ana Saturday. MONTGOMERY TltMirv Murray has rinted .Tool Goort- 1 l.'l tTi t " XTi-in nun Vtntwlrwl 1ni1lua wttya ,.,, m ti, rno,.ttnn ni.n.ii -.,' t"Ken a job to get timber from tho Ryan .l.-il,.rMs.r nf Afr 5n,-nli Mnrlln .l,1.l . . V, K,. .1,. oll., f ' lOI S. 1 ail.lCe 1IWC IS at HI- Alhars, mndo a visit over Sunday, j suln by Mrs. J. II. Grow, a duct by Mm. h Ste nhour of .Montne ier v ir, ted grandparents Mr. and Mrs. J, ttte, Sunday -Harrison Packard is nt-itl,.f,I ...tuTtlnn hni'lnrr o et paralyrls - .1 Hobcrt and family v tors a' H Hebert's over Sunday. d Pu-ctnii w 1' move this week to the s house o t' e Mil --George Howo Sin In- w t b mother, Mrs. Clara Mddve 1 'r h has had a vacation F. W. Whlteonib of Ruiiington nnd Miss i"-"""""' Shlland and piano music by Mrs. A. T. I ,umor frnm tho hcn- thnt his application for a situation a.s Sunday at C. A. Hull s.-A ususnter ji rural carrier ha. bcn accented and he I born to Mr. and Mrs. George W. Howen i in i x. ( ,u i, ,,.i i,, ,.i, ,-. tin ...in : citiirii.i .v. November 10. Sir. and Mrs. -j.rs. . . i'lui.-e in jinu-Miuisii ii.-tii. ii.- .ii'i'w, mil, ... ..... .,.11. ! . - Croton on tho Hudson a uhort time aso upon his duties Deeembor l.-SIiss Klla,.Inmes Washer have gone to Haranae in i-iuit hr ninou Mr HittlA ( 1 h n ml I No rtoii . who lins been passliitT a fewiTike, N. Y., to reside. H. . I lerce of Wesson?. Walter SVescott and wife re- j dav with hor sister, Mrs. F.. Judd Irish, turned to their homo In Essox Monday j returned to her home In Hrlstol .Satur mornlnir from a week spent at M. W. , day. Tne iiev, F. rc. wnito left town Mon day for a ten day visit among friends In various points In Nt v Hampshire (Mini's farm and taken possession. Sir, nnd Massachusetts. Joseph P.enolt has I Murray has rented his house to W'U'.am moved to A. p. l.eoeh s "Sliannon Rivers. I layer Hayley has moved IMacc" where Nelson Uuch.irin has been, from Knoshurgh to the Taylor Sir. Duchnrn' Is moving to F. A.loveatt firm. 13. W. Combs has moved Uafley's farm ana Sirs. Lafley Is mov-Uck to his plnco In the village. Chas. ing Into Slis. H. Sloffatt's tenement Roberts, who has been hvlng in Combs J. . SVilbur. who has bei-n in 1.. D. , hnitm has moved to J. 1- Clapp's teno- Waterburv and Leslie Hurkee of Dux- Jlart.a barber simp for a few months. I ln;int is farm. William Cumlngs bury. Sfbool ln district No. 7 taught by,j,as resigned and is going to Stent- has rented Henry Kingxley's farm. Sirs. SI SI. Sablns, cloetl last rriday KomCry Center. H Is placo will be taken ! Village fchool Cosed on Friday. C. L. with recitations by pupils nnd music on by R A, Haf ley. Sirs. It O. Stone and ! Clapp Is serkm dy II'. The 1.. A. S. of three children arrived In town last the SMhodlst Church meet last Thurs Frlday from Harvard, Mast., joining I day with Sits" Ellnabeth Upham. II, Sir. Stone, who has ber-n bore two j Phelps has rented the Dr. C. C. Bmlth weeks (rotting settled oi. his mother's i houe. Sirs. SI. P. SInrlner Iris gone to farm In the West KnnrbnrKh road. her horn'' in Fnderhlll. Tlio regular If. J. Chndwlck of St. Albans, who j meeting of the W. . T. 1". was held nt has been doing the decorating and ' the pirfonugo last week. Th" president. fjnlshlnir nn tlln 'nrrr-'i Tnlonlinnn ' Stiry Fletcher hospital expecting to have an Telnnlmne ' Sirs. Kllslo Junes, gave a very Interest company's new blinding, returned home, ing rooort of tne worms onveiuion nem II. H. l"ari;er u k and -gain at wurk for Sir. VTTiSTFORD. Itrv Sir Fl' g and wife of New i ii 1 1 "ii tmg their son, Dr. Sir Fa?'-.' returned to Newport hit Mrs F' l'-t will r. main h'-re few ihivs- r Fortnightly club i w'th SI . J V.. Allen Thursday. T'lrtr'il v pi nr.'ii to get nut tlm- h s w ti r l) ri-pl.un the barn which ur 1 i weil. ago. Mis. Pnllv s rd at Hi,, ljiime of her ti 1: - I' i g Thompson in Wr-ST WILLISTON. SHturday. The tenomei t up stairs is 'recently In Huston. Sirs. completed and W. Maltiguy ccpccH ' and Hilward Pratt aio ill. BAKERSFISLD. Alkley. Sliss Sbllajul had unkrstood that. TfYfltTTiTONTl a few ladles had been invited to mret hor '" j lo move In at once. C. R. Brown that afternoon but girat was hor sur- Dr. Georco Rboads, who has be-n the ' passed Sunday In Cambridge Sirs. C. piisn when she arrived and was greeted guest of his father, C. P. Hhoads, for s.iv-' It. Smith ot St. Albans pasn-d Sunday by the large number. Tho reception alsoloial days, has returned to his home in with I or parents, Sir and Mrs. Nelson tool: the form ot a "shower" and SIlss Shi-j Sprlngil'dd, Sta.is. The fim.-ral of tho late Allard, Her brother Watson, who has Hr,l was the recipient of many handsome Thomas Nelh y, who died In Guldlield, Ix-eu here some weeks has roturneii to gifts, in the latter part of tho afternoon Nov., Tuesday, November n. v.,,s bold1 his limiie in Poit Chesti-r, N. V., Sirs. th- puests wero Invited to tho dining , Horn tho Church nf Our I.ady of tlio Ho-1 Allard's condition lemalnds about the rou'ii whero dainty refreshments were .-.irv Wednesday morning at :.v o cioci:. same. Sirs. Julius Squires, nf Ilast Fairfield was the KUisl of Sirs. Mlnora Converse I 'a few days List wrek. Annnuncunwnt.i ! hne been receivid I' town of tho mar Irl.'ige i.f Rnrdctie 11. Start and Sliss Grace Coiipgc, which occurred Tuesday. I November ti. at North Thetford. at the rd. The table wa prettily decorated. Miss Slary O'Neill returned to her homo i Frank the color schemo lieing plt.k r.nl while i.n W-iterbury Slonday morning after a, Monday. Hurt returned Ho lias bicn ln to town easy. Cucumbers, eggplants ami string beans nre scarce, high and linn. Squashes tire doing a little better, but turnip ure easier. Apples Wolf river, .'Wifi.."0 a bar rel; Mackinlosli red. ,'J"0(ii4; Kings, SC.uCMiri.rjO; miows, westeni Hen iavis, ?'J(TU.."0: Italdwlns, fancy, No. 1. $2ii'J.."0: greenings, ?l..M!Ci:.2.r.; pippins. )f.r,0(arJ. Cranberries Capo Cod. fancy, .w. 10 a barrel; choice. $iejn; crates, ..V.r' r!(;i. (irapc Western New York, pony lial:tt., Catawbas, 1,'c; ('uncords, 1." 4(1 fie; Vrigeiines, l."'(7 Klc; California, pr four-ba --ket crate, nialasas, Sli.."0 .M.7."c inkays, ?'jrtJ.'J.". I'e.'ir.- H.'irtlcts. Wj,:) a bushei; secUfh, fancy. $:'4t-i.oQ; good to choice, Sl.rArt2.Mi; Shfldnn'-, fancy, :i'r(",..-(); good lo choice, 'Jfii.'.r,'); commou sort-. MTj l.."0, Qiilnce California, .fl.VCfe- a box; Vork slate, ?2rtZ:!."0 a bushel. Potatoes Aroostook (i recti moun tains, 2f'iTMi' a bushel; Hebrons, -isfu ,'iOc: swe, : potatoes, Jer-ey, S1.,VkVi 1.7," a barrel; Norfolk and eastern fhute, Heans String beans, southern, ?o a basket: butter benus, soutlk-rn. C.'i'e;:.."!) :t banket. Cabbages Drumhead, 7.1cf'j?l a bar rel; Savoy, 7.rie a barrel: red, .".0c a box. Celery I'.'ision niarkei, 1,.'i0 ado;t"ii buiiches: paschal. SUfTl.0.,": while, 7."ic f(??l. hettucp, etc Lettuce. ."ufitToe a doz- CHICAaO PROIltliJK UARKET1 Chicago, Nov. 14. WHIJAT Dec. TIHCTtUc, May, 76c. CORN Dec. i.iu: May, 43c. OA'l-H-Dei. S4!,o, .May, Clic. PORK-.Tan. 5-14.10; Slay, JH.5 IVItD--Jati. Si..Vi, Slay, J8.C0. Rlua-Jan. t7.7r4i7.77Mi; Slay, J7.S7. Ckwlng iiuotalions weio as follows: VUjVU Sttady. WJIKAT-No. 2 spring, 77eaS2o; No. 1. 721Suo; No. 2 led, 737lc. CORN No. 2, 4l'i'U4t4c; No. 2 yel low, 4(5(47c. OATS-No. 2. 31,ic; No. 2 white, SViTt 2&V; No. 3 white, 5)fi,",f,ie. KVIC-No. 2. CKifilHr. BAP.I.KY-iruir to choice malting), 47 (5 f.lc. ) iUNS13HD No. 1, Jtl.JO; No. 1 Nort'-.-wostern, J1.1D. TIMOTHY- (Prlmn seed) $1.?A 1 HOVJOH-tr-o-itract grades), J13.23. SHORT RH.S H'k, (loose) JS.OOHS 1. S-.i;t-S 1 Jltk 1 bl.l.) JIC0. IA,RI)--lPi:r !'0 lbs.) t?.42',A, S1DKH--Sh"ri ehar (hoxed) $?,3r i.Ol. WHISKEY- (Hasls of hleh wines) y . On tho produce exchange to-day ', .1 butter maiket was steady. Creamerl s. Hi'iiBVjr; d.Urli", l'iiti'.V.j i-brs, nrm; nt mark i .is -s li.e 1, . ,1, :'.n2Ic, firsts, 2, prime firsts, 2, ; i.;i-i,. ;,u,.. CHKi.si'.- Stu'idy, l2M'UV.lc. LIVE STOCK MARKETS. Qiiotntlnns fur e'.-iltle, Mircp nnd Hopij nt .i-tv York. Ni-w York, Nov 1 RBHYI.'S Receipts, l.trfT; comrr . steers slow to 13 eents lower, oth' ateedy to :o cents higher. Steers. J3." fii.25; oxen, ?I.(i4.TB: bulls. $2..Vi4 1 cows, il.Wtiii.7o. Hlverpool and Lond "i cables slow. Kxports. 2 1hi (piarters of beef. CAHVHS - Rer-lpts. 2 on. Slarket steady. Veals 5..o"09.'0; cu;l and little calves. fJ.ji'fit.Oo: grosser', $2.4e5i2 TV, prime western. ?t.,M: fed calves, J3.'ga SHKF.l AND I.AS1HS Re-ceipts, mV, Slieep steady at 3.or'if).i'; few choice at .VS0, culls. l.t,'t2.r,C; lambs. 5ii.5iyii7.CO; Canada $7.30; culls, J4.2.VBS.2.". 'HOGIS Receipts, 7, ten ; market stea ly at fS.tXiSjS.sO, HOSTON COPPKP. SIARKET. Hoi-ton, Nov. 11 There was moderate activity and gen eral .strength In coppers to-day. Prices held well all through the afternoon and tho closing was fltm. two I eai nations of those colors being u'crl. Sirs. few days' stay with friends in town. Th- ve-;s assisting his sou, Fugrne Hart . Slethodlf t Church Thuisday of last wek H bit So nn 1- si J11 11 1 Sirs. U r 'ii ai d about 30 members wuo entertained by 1 urn Prow 11 last Frl in cnjoya-hlo time was t fb d fi ir, .it hit sister's, Mrs. C. i' ies, is fist improving and expects un to s home In St, Renin, Quebec ui; n miner Urown has hlroj out r I ' eiii-'i 111 South r.urlliiKton, .- , ' r HUNTINGTON CENTRE. d Cirper'er v'sned Montpeller Inst a"d mil pjiiVd Ills father to Hrat Adelaide Nlcliols and Sirs. Allen Slartin prc-d"d nt the table nnd Sirs. J. It. Allen, Sli's Teachout and Slis- Hates iis'.sted by Sliss Je'sle Hates seived. Wentworth Paine, at-ed 13 yean, of Ksm-x Junction was taken to the Indtis tii'l school nt Vergenips by Dejiuty Sheriff J. II. Allen for tho remainder of his minority. Hast Tuesday night be 1 Rev. Father C.ihill of Waterhiirv officiate I lu moving to a farm ho recently pur- U tho Church of Our 1-ady of the .insnrv , cl nse-d fiom the estate of tho Into Sunday ow.'nr to tbo Illness of the pastor, j William N. McAllister. The Ladies' Hie Rev. A. J. Glynn. Ferdln.-ml Perras Village Improvement society realized of Hniro was recently tho guest of friends m form their sale and meals served In town. W. S. Walker left Sunday for I Monday. O Slerrlll is In Montpeller Huston on a business trip. Frank Virion I this v.eel:. H. J. Parmle" retuino-1 siil Stanley Horry, who are attending , from lioston Slonday. Tho Youiu; school at floddard Seminary In Iiarre, wo-o iv-nplo's Missionary society met Slon- Mls Stand Tillotsnn of H'.glignto islting at the homo of he.- uncle, W. L. Tillntron. Mr. and SIr. H. O. Tillotson entertained the Pidro Club Tuesday cvenins ot this week, HILL WEST. SI'-, and Mis. Gardner Wh.comb of Kast Enniburgh visited at the home of a bushel; waterero.-s, made an entrance to the Roseoe Print- the guests of Sir. finch's parents. Sir. I day evening with Sliss Lena Kimball. , her father. K. Sh.mgraw, last Sunday. ing liouso where be has hei-n working, nud broke Into the cash dnwor and took a small amount of- money, about $1,711 wi-rth of postage stumps, a ohis-l; for tfi, a quanlty of postal ar 1 pot cards. Sheriff Allen was notified and. making a search, found the articles at his home. It further developed that he had heen taking small article from thi printing house for some time. Olln Raker, an employee at the Junc tion Pharmacy wan arrested hy Deputy Sheriff J. 1 1. ..ileit Slonday evening on a charge of furnishing liquor. He was and Sirs. Frank Vlrich over Sunday. Sliss Homer Rlllndo Is in South Rich- Josephine Gleason has returned to Iiur-ford for a few days. Ungton after a short stay nt her home 1 Mr. and Sirs. W. K. Slltguy, Sir. and hiL-.SIlFS Slarruet SIcCoy, who has sit. K. H. Fariell. Sliss Cella Corbctt been th guest of hor aunt, Sirs. W. S. Freeman, for icveral days, has retum'-d to her home In Hurhngton. The funeral of the late Thomas Kel ley, who died In Goldtl-ild, Nevada, on Tuesday. November fi. with pneumonia, was held from tho Chui'Jh of Our Lady of the Rosary Wednesday morning at ten o'clock. The Rev. P. J. O'Neill of North field officiated, assist' d by the pastor, the. Rev. A. J. Glynn. Tne tjatnoiic urucr Rivn a hearing Tuesday morn.ug nnd w .-1 .sentenced to Rutland for n term ; of Foiesters ot which the deceased was of ihree months, whero In. was taken a member had charfie of tho funeral ar- it noon Tuesday. Tbo boy who Is i rangeinenth nnd attended la a body. The bu' IS years old claims that ho obtnln- Slr arl Sir-. Osman Fisher of ' ''d Um llfjuor In Wlnooslil. ol s'ted .it F R. Strong's, and A. TI. I 1 ' and Sirs. s. J. Menrl v's the His' rf the week Sliss Slaud vis t si at 1' F Hanks over Scnday n w t New Hampshire. - Sir--. iv rf ei spending the past few weeks 1 e r sun, F f Bngley. Tho Rev. .'i l.p-i of Si'irk-hiir.i will supply mlp' In ro ne Pi ( ilny at 2 p. 111. who bearers wete: Thomas Ryan, jonn Don ahue. John Slahoney, Frauds Grace, Kd- and tho Rev. P. J. Slcliuiry went to Fairfield Sunday, where Father SIcGnrry delivered the address at tli- corner stone laying of the new Catholic Church. An Inmate of the county home ln Sheldon reremtly applied for a pension when It was discovered that according to tho re cords ho was already drawing his pen "loti and had been for about 20 years past. F. S. KasttTun of flint Ilardwick has entered the employ of C. E. Sludgett. State's Attorney Austin accompanied by Justice John Kearney of St. Alb in was In town Tuesday, also Sheriff. Star tin of Rlchford. and a hearing was had In Hie ease of I H. Croft accused of nu ll no recently returned from California. .Tho tloral tributes were many and beautl vei guests this week of Mr. ami Mrs. 'fill, pillows be.ng given by tin C, O. F., I! II. Place. They sail next Tuesday ! and etnployos of the Richmond Vnusnveni f"r Knglund HINEKEUKGK. Ri i P I Dow presiding elder of Iiti- 1, 'i V I, will pay his an isit ti the Method st Church In th'. ,'i in So next, November IS h g .' bnti servlei i.. Tho Itov.s. irl CU rk 1si1ed .Montpeller 1111 Tl - I d is' Aid of the Mi-thodl.'t 11 11 1 ' i' i' ui ' u 1 i.iiiiuiii i'ii-r' 11 i-'ic 1 -f 1.1st week was lnrteely II 1 1 i-i'is 1 lins nil.- 111 mu ili-ni .v- ;, 1 He 1 oe. Is closed Friday ex- t' 1 li'ii cioi'l. which will have . 1 , , , . nrt ei 1 iiiiiiiim;!! 1111; nun n 111 . 1 r-i'i-lstmns Tho ladles of ( inereir-it' -nal Church gae 1 ble in ti n town hall Wednesday In iir' r 14 i ho sweot in th Ho. lew hnvo been closed h 1 1 1 ie The new proprietora II' I 11 11 lll'IK III'M',ru,-;ill ll v.. . .. .1 ... , 1, , i-al nn,l till .Mrs. R. II. Place received nnnouncn- company. Ttte ueceaseu was .1 years 01 lice, and was born In thli. town and re- llioso from out of town to attenu inn funeral wero Sir. nnd Slrt,. Thomas O'Neill, Sir. and Sirs. James O'Brien, the Stlsties Tnoresa and Agnes Haley, Magglo O'Neill, Slnmle Keofu and the n'lt-t yestipiny of the trarrl.ige of horisaud nere mini a ui;- iw '"!" ii'i.e. F.dith Hrush. dnuuliter nf Mr I besides 11 mother, two uncles. Among -fid Sirs. Otis Hrush, to Albert Keith V, lillnms, Jr., at Htldgeport, Conn. WEST BOLTON. Sir. nnd Sirs, John nrngmy, who have bu 11 visiting In Montpeller, returnid homo Slonday. A nice girl bal.v arrived at W. II. Davlr's Sunday. Dcpu; Sheriff I '.se nrresttd D. It. Sioiso Tuiiht.- nn 1 ,0 wh! rants issued hy Grand Jump S. 1'. 'I'"'i.!'i 13011 on tho charges of Intox eatlun or.d breach of the peace. On bmir.; t.ii'l bi fnro Justice A, 1.. Hardy he was !'ri"., ward SIcGargham an'.l Robert 1 Hry. iHwfully shooting a deer H. SleFceters appeared for respondent Croft nnd after trial he was dlsehsrgod. Tho testimony showed that the deer In iniot!on had ar.tlers at least 4 1-2 inches In length. Sirs. Scollelil of Sllddlohury passed a couple of days with Sirs F. J. Hlmes this week, going Tufcsdny tn the home of her daughter. Sirs. II. K. Domlnn, for a few days visit. The Rev. W. G. Slason is assisting Secretary Clark with some special services In Rurllngton this week. tin Is expected to return Friday. Tlio 1,- ! Iir, mo nf the. l.rlde. Mrs. If. W. Davis 131'linn ' ... , -..,! --. ... -r. entertained the Ladies Aid Society of tliei l" . '""'"' "i'. '" cnicor.v, ..uc; iKt.'stey, ,iuc mint. ."Oe a dr,;.v:i bunches noc. Onion Native, 7.V a bushel: Con. ncctlcut river, .riPr5t(iric a bushel: Span ish, a crate; leeks, f,oe .1 dozen bunches. Squashes Marrow, 75Cfi$1 a bar rel; turban, 7.' crj $ 1 : Hubbard, ?'J0 a ton: pumpkins, '2Mi.'t0c a box. Turnips Yellow. !XJe(ij:i a barrel; French white, ?l a 1ms; egps and flats, .'i(Vi7rc a bushel. Miscellaneous Cucumbers, yii'fr 10 a liox; carrots, r.O'07ric a liiiln'l; parsley, 75c(p51 a bushel; radishes, ,ljn"0 a box: splnnch, ","c a litislul; heels, liCKTt 7nc a bushel: peppers $1.10 a bushel; eggplants, S.'ift.'l.iin a crate; okrn. $.'i a crate; brussels sprouts, HVjf lil'.ic a ittnrt; hothouse tomatoes, lOJtl'n' a pound; caulltlowers, 75C-51 a box; citron melons, ,10c a box; .Icrusaleui artichokes, $-j(iji!.50 a luifhel. There I no change notrd in the prices of pork proi.-ioii. ;hough the market 1 llrm. The local markpf for fresh beef !- (ii!et but steady, with dialers fituliua It difllcult to get top prlcfs for any- SIr.-i. fjvorco S'ontelth, who hax been sick with pneumonia. B Improving. Sirs. Henry Raker anl Sirs. John Slonteith aro on the sick list, Sirs. Fthel Center bar, who has be-vii working In Rarton, has returned home. MORSE'S LINE. A. D. Whitney and '. V.. Toot of Franklin wero In town recently. W. H. Duba. and wife wore ln town last Thurs day, '. P'. Hill of Hyde Park was ill this pbico recently, called lief by tho death of his t.i'.her, J. I. Hill. Sr.. J, C. Smith of St. Albans Hiy has moved Into his houo iccently pun n.iicd of Ge-orgo F.iilaud. J, St. Hill, Sr., died at his homo on Stondav last In his SCI yoar. Ho Is survived hy a w'fo and two sons, .lamer, St- Hill, Jr. of this place, end Fiauklln P. Hill, of llnlii I"aik. The funeral was held Wednesday from RUTTEP. AND ClinnSE MARKET. Boston, Nov. 14. BUTTFR Steady. Northern, 2S32Dc, vea-.i.iri. 2fi'ii2Sc; il'iliy, 2M26c. CHKKsiU Steady. Vermont twins, 131-H. Slessers. Julian Ryan, George O Rrlcn, far for benedt of tho Philemon club John Ke'-fo and John Uan of Wut- js lo 0 c December 1". H and 15. Tho erliury, Sirs, Walker of St. Albins, John iiir;t.ft fax brousht down by the present Ha.t, Sliss 11. Slclvenr.lo and NlUo Hart generation of hunters was brought tn ro of Charlotte i,ud Statthiw liuike of Gold Held, Nevada. Sirs. Fre-d Gleason of Uiattlcboro Is tho guest of her sister, Sirs. Sarah Mason. Mrc Aimcs O'Urien I as returned from a short stay at her u Hy nnd lined f3 on the. first an,i fa mil ! i,rile Huilinglon. Mij Je-sslo Tucker on mo seinuii eiiiirKe. maK inir m nil thirty dollars, all of whn h he arrang ed to pay Hdwaid Gregory has nioveid 10 A I, Hardy's. Krnent Gregory of Lake I'l-i-ld Is visiting Ills parents, sir. and S'.i. John Giegory. JERICHO CENTRE. Mrs. Frank Harnum Is very sick with an attack of blood poisoning of her hand, tor O Hurllngton and other hut K slightly better at this writing. A few days ngo sho got a silver In her thumb, nnd lntor, It began to pain her excessively, and finally develop! Into blood poisoning. Tho thumb and hand wis operated upon nnd It Is hoped sh will recover and savo her hand. Dr. Wheeler of Hurllngton was called In consultation with Dr. Hulhurd, Rert Hllss, son of Wnlt C, Hllss, and a young child of Mr, and MrB. John A. Iary, are both very sick with pneumonia. Klslo Cummlnghnm Is nt her sitter's In Burling ton, Rick with blood poisoning from tho effonts of having some teeth extracted, but at Inst reports, was a little better, Woleott Reach Is homo after several weeks' absence In Westnrd,- Sirs, Polly Ann Rates, who has been sick several months at her daughter's, Mrs, 1, L, In- and Jin. '. I. ( ole of Hen- N II , pent Sund iy nt H. SI li.- i no Mineral 01 iiie ntiti unv. Harris was held Sundny from the I I'M 11 1 ' I'll' 1 1 mill 11 1 inn i' wun 11 large attendance. The Rov. Sir I; en i nuriiiiii', asi-uueii ,ir. auuius 10 Borvlce. it SI. Hull had charge J A Corbln wan the undertaker, bearers were G. D. Hoynton, N, D. oh. Hill Pago, Whitman Ilostwlck, I Colo nnd Dr. H. L. Wilder. A i., 1- mill Hlister rum I'l'linav vanln 111 attendaueo. Sir, Harris loft a by which he gnvn to his brother 0, to his sister, $1,000, to a sister in West $!i00, and $300 to 11 sister iili'a, tool In dlstilct No. 1 closed Nov. 9, of St. Johnsbury Is the guest of Sir. and Sirs. N. H. Kenyon, G, J. Clifford of SLvrksboro, formerly of this town, was recently a visitor in town. Slim Grace Greene is the guost of hor slbtor, Sirs. Frnzkr in Slontpellor was a. vis itor in town yesterday. Sirs. Sarah Rus rtll of Hurllngton was a Isltor In town yesterday. Sliss SInry Ryan has tlulshtd work at the underwear factory and re turned to hor homo In Hrattleboro. Miss Itoso O'Rrlen of Waterbury Is visiting filonds In town. Thomas Ryan nnd Fred llutler have purohaseU of 13, A. Gcorgn his blacksmith EhoP on Slain uti-eot. Sirs. Stlupson and dauirnter of Hurllng ton are the guests of her sister, Sirs. Chnrles liessott. The funeral of William Thompson, formerly of this town, wan held from his late homo at 43 King stroot in Burlington Wednesday morning, with burial In tho family lot In the old ceme tery, Miss Kutherino Kennedy has cIomoiI a successful term of school In Holton and returned tn her homo for a tluee weeks' vacation, Several members of North Star lodge of F nnd . SI-, attended the regu lar meeting of the chapter n Waterbury last evening .Miss Jose-imino Terrleu, who h us Ik-ci, the KHi'sl of her uajenUi, contly. It wolghed thirteen pounds. FLETCHER. W. H. Griswold of Jeffersonvlllo was In town on business last Slonday. Sirs. Helton Lurncs of Milton U visiting her parents, Sir. and Sirs. John Pitman. T, L. Marvin of Fairfax wns a recent visitor In town. Sir. and Mts. g. K. Leach wf Cambrldgo wero In town last. Thursday. The Ladles' Aid society mot with Sirs. It, C. Parsons last Thursday. ST. ALBANS. bin son's house, the Rev. Sir. Wells of thing except the very eh ieest cattle Franklin officiating. Slush- w-na render- Kxtra sides, Oyo.l-ic; uooil, S l--lff ed by Sirs. Hubbard, soprano, SI. II. Shedii, tenor. Thn re-mains wore intor cd in Huncork hill cemetery. EAST HIGHGATE. An oiRht pound son was .horn to sir. and Sirs. Lyntord Nye tho Oth. Tho con dition of O. S. Itixford, who has been confined to t lie house hy lllnosss for sev eral days, Is Improving. Tho Rov. Ud waid Stone and sou, Nicholas, called 011 parlskonors hero the 5th,- Guests at tho homo of Perjey Longe Sunday were Str. and .Mrs. Charles Greenwood and Sir, nnd Sirs. J. J. Greenwood.-Sirs. W. H. Crulk. shank, who has been passing a fow diys nt tho home of her mother, St'-s. K.J. Phelps, litis returned to hor honwi In Hssck, N. Y. Sirs. Phelps leturned with her. Thn village improvement society will give nn oyster supper Friday oven lag the Hlh. Flossy Hrown who has been ill for several days Is nblo tn bo out again. C. J. Read of Hist Fairfield, who has been vlsltlut relatives hero for a few days, returned homo stondny, Sirs, 11, B, Ioach visited relatives In Hast Fair- ti, ,,,i,r nf the St. All,n..s ii.-a iwi Msi Tuursuay aim rrmny. -wiiuam pnrtment had as their guesu Monday f.""' of IWwnsvllle is passing a few (it a ba.itiuet the members of tho cltyiaa'B 'u 1,10 no,no ot l' ' ' n"'ln council, tho city clerk, II. Slolvln Hopkins I V' N;- rs' " J' Sutler and nrt r-i,ic A Wolteslev Contn th lnttnr dnughter, Alberta, nnd MlH. O. H. Klx- being tho guest 01 honor, tho affair being given because ot his departure this week for Gnldflold, Nov.. whero he has a posi tion with a large mining and railroad com pany. The affair was informal, thero be ing no formal postprandial exorcises, but the principal featuro wns the presentation of 11 beautiful gohl wntch chain and charm, tho presentation speech being nuulo hy Oeortffl 1. Derlck, who has been appointed uotlng chief for tho remainder of the yenr, January SO, 1907.Tlu chnrin was in tho shape of a locket on ono shin of wlileh was Mr. Coote's monogram und n. tho other tho inscription "Presented bv tho lire department of at. Albans, Vt-,'' ford and Slnuter Ephralm aro 111 with tho crip. FAIRFAX Mr. and Sirs. Irving Loamjd and family loft Saturday for tholr new homo at Whltlngville, Slnss. Taylor llalloy was found dead ln bed Friday morning, No vember B. Ho had not been wall for two or three days. The body was taken to West Stilton for burial, Tho Hon, and Mrs. K. Henry' Powell of Hurllngton were the guests of his f.lstor, Sirs. Darling, November 9 and 10. -A, 1), Heomun was (ConlliiiirU on -4 Hi pnse.) s.'i-lc; light. 7f'(Sc; heavy hinds, 1 1 3 -Mi llc; good, lli1Wc; llcht, OjldOHc; heavy fores, 0 l-4i7n; Rood, 5'i5iCc; light. .igriMiC. There has been a steady market fot lambs and veals, nnd prlcis have been well susatlned. Spring lambs, l'JrfFlMe; fall lambs, loijlc; yeailliiBS, c'TfOc muttons, fi'iilOc; veals, IKcil'te. Poultry has been In smaller supply, especially for western stock, and there 's a better feplins: .11 the larket. espe cially for the best north' rn chickens. Northern turkeys are now coming In more freely and prices are llrm, North em turkeys, 2,1(f(L'Sc; w-s era turkeys isy.ie: native broiler chickens, L'Oc; northern roastlnu chlc!un, H!'7i!f'c; fowls. IfiftlUe; western bi oilers, lilc. western chickens, IMH-Io: fowls, Hi 13Hc. Hay Is very llrm for eholcn lot , but low grades are only fairly steady; straw Is rather weak; mlllfeed Is scarce utd very firm, with a good demand, liny, choice, $22; No, 1, 20. 756121; lower grades, $H5x1l; rye straw, prime, $14lo, out straw, $), GRAIN AND PRODUCE. 4aonlona In New York, Dnttnn nnd Cblengn Market. New York, Nov, H. W'HBAT-Ileeelpts, :,ii00 bu; export, 76,418 bu; salos, 1,8.10,000 bu futures; S0, 000 spot; spot steady. Following an easier opening to-day wheat steadies! up on small Northwest receipts, but weak ened again towards noon on a break In Minneapolis, Tho latter ralllod causing improvement elsewhere, Now York clos Ing partly ViC net higher. Slay closed iHSu Dun olnsail U.'tLn. FOR WON APPLH SIARK'DTS. Cable advices tn this date from hi principal apple markets of Great Hrlta.r continue ;o report an active and g.-od demand for apples. Sales were m 1 elm ing the )Mst pa it of the week give nets h'li- 111 jtoston. Kings S2.75 J3.M. i'.i:n-v high colored Haldwin.s s I to give nets of J2.&) to Firsts $:' , to $i.."A Cri-enlngs brought about -ne tunic nets 11a Baldwins. Sp'es and GoM en Russetls J2,2; to SZ.(j. Red variet.es gei orally jld to i;lve nets from $.'.2G t) K '"J. Hen Davis seling pool I, 11 '. heing all tbo way from $1.50 to . ' Thesu prices are for well condititn.-d p. r eels. No. 'Sit slack and wxsty sell g from 23 to 7G cents a birrel less. Stall advices ot the 3rd Inst., to hnnl this morning speak well ot the futuie of American and Cuniidian apples, nn 1 they look for fully as good pilces as those cur' nt, but strongly advise sh ment.s t.f nothing hut (Ir.est fruit. Tin Liverpool and 1 melon markets eontlr 1 to have Lue.-s froi.i e mtlner.tal m r.c-ts .uid they are paying extreme prl e for fancy lots. The, chanil'--!' nf cnmit-:- of th.s c give3 the shipments of apples from heir for -the week ending November 10, 1. follows: To Liverpool 4;i'lo barrels, ai I London 1,017 anil to Manchester 12." bbls, making the total ,'i7,129 bbls. 1 m (an week 1,1st year 13, Fl and for W't-k " ."I 'i'.ey were n st-;. Tin to hlpments since the opening of the sca- h r eanie time last year 1SG.24C bbls, same time lbui, 2M.SJ7 bid.-. '1 ... ..tit.-: kpples in Boston li t tne week union to lO.K-l bbis GEO. A. COCURANr Fruit exporte: L'oston, .Mass., Nov. 12. GEN. GRANT AT POST. Departini-iit-Ciimmniidrr liiklnK An nual Inspection nf Feirt Ktbnn Allen. Slajnr-Ge.nunil . red D. Grant, com mander of the department of the Ea' with headquarters at Governor's Isia id N. Y. ae -oir. n d i,y his aide, Cs.pt, J. Row lev, arrived in the city yesterc, . aftornori, and v ent Immediately to F nilian Alh-n. Gen. Grant Is on his ann.i tour to the posts In his department. The general nnd his nirto aro gue' wlille .it Fort Klh.in Allen of Slajor E. ' Gal", cotmii'Ji ling otllcer. Iast even a leceptlon wjs tondereel In their ho- at the officers' club, General Grain n 1 Captain Rowley will leavo the post . day. OPENS DECEMBER 1. Avoragy Micrt Cllisn lHpi-eted nt Ver mont lle-dleal Hepnrtnient. With tho beginning of next month 'hi student body nt tho I'mverelty of Vci mont will bo Increased about 100 by the openlnc of the medical department, win. i will occur Saturday morning, December 1. Already ton matriculants hnve signed the necessary papors which admit them to this department and tun Incoming class of tho avernne size Is anticipated, Mat rlculntion Is made to Prof. II. L. White secretary of the department. A few minor changes In thn faculty of this department aro expected, A mec lug of that Isjdy will bo held shortly t i determine what theso changes will i Dining the summer the ventilators mil chimneys of the new medlu.il biilhbug havo been repaired nnd tno oarupot coin-