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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS : THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, BJIH3.
1 rrom sirs. i:?.ra Oorton of vlr Mrs Hilton has klmlty dlstrlbittod imong friends. II, Drown of Jericho uuuni uuitiiu .iiibuuu ttruuii uy illi' McOnrgham m etmplnlnt of Juror Morton and fined f and for lung drunk. Ho paid his fine. if 1 t daughter of Mr, nnd Mrs, A. vcns la very 111, but hopes nrc lined of her recovers'. Mrs, S. II, Is cry III tier sister from Middle now It n lie Mr, nnd Mrs. Cuter inofjl fro iMi lliirrlntrtoii place illiiim Bryant's block. Miss Lulu h hns returned from Mlddleluiry she hns lieen tho guest of friends. lieutr o Herilck of Middlesex wn? l.v tlii gur t of Miss Hvn Thomp- r, 11 I) 1 1 It.. Smiley Or le of King's P.nigh- t lif home yrstrrdny nftcrnnon. , .1,1, I 11, II ,1 I I'll, It'll lll( IIIKIIIL rl' .ir Inst evening. Miss Flora li 'is pine to Merldell, Conn., si r .'l lie the pue't of lolntlvos simi tltne. The Catholic oung O S UeilC SMII'llll Hill HMe MlSi- 'lir r V t pnrtv until Friday N i- n hi'r an. Mls Zoo Tnwer.'i i' or ov rrieiids in iitirnngton it Tt n'v mrm'ieis of Friendship of i' t v 1 SI'irs ntte-ided the dls- iKfi t "if in in .snrinnoiu rucsuny V i It 1 r -h Is enjoying n two ii i i" from his duties ns con i' tl Vert-lint condensed mill! M" II in n-ti-lu's dancing class t Hi s rt 'ill.' lit Rollcvuo lin.ll. i ube f r he Congregational Su I'av morning service i t t the Llquoi' Traffic;' r "T'iP Secret of Perpetual 1 ' irl Cirrle of King's irci' at Cupgrcgntlnnnl r ai c-noon, November 2.1 n it nHARLOTTB. ,ai Sena i remains uiiout the same. s n in' it i "men irom a visit 10 i M ii i h i' invnnl Bessette, who n s r nisit ill, is bettor. fieorgo ii hns (iv ted a veranda around ore hi II iNhed making cider for Kgortnn. UNDERHT.LL. Id'' pto supper was served In i' m.,imiI Church parlors by S h l.il Villon. Therti was .mil a pleasant time, ti i ti tle Is suffering from -t. nl: of paralysis. i T ri'll Is carlnt? for her. ,ii Friik Mtn 'i- "f Wolcott Is 'rr ! i orts the Rev. and Mrs. H.ii'i'i d Mr and Mrs. Fred tislti l at (' II. Mead's Tucs- Mlss i:Hn 1 Hlakoy after hav- minth's vacation has returned tvirk 'n North I'nderlilll. F Ki- rf F.ssex Junction vlslt- 1T ,1 Mi il's Tuesday. U J.N Xl VI ui U JN L'JSJN ft ' v -'t.nc friends at ik i:" ntiols i lo.-vd here i"i 1 1 i.uy s iiool taught by 1 S k".t. 11 the following pit 1 in. in . II 1 Brewster, fl ro ll, Ma-Mo Carpenter. Thn.-io lie or uvi 11b-e.1t niuks, Flor- rry S ruri; - 1 l'-Mla Russell. WEST WILLISTON. n itirioi , as movou into ine 11 house which ho recently bought mull lil'lltll 01 inn illy nil's iuiiiuu J nk M " 'r.--.Ierry Harper lias the 1 1 so recently occupied by V ,r,yr -Tho school taught by iei'o uooeris win close, mis ween lunronrlato exercises. rnAKiiLiw mini FAIRFAX. nnd Mrs Kdille Howland nro the s of a baby boy born November s. June Ashley of Milton Is visit r dan rh n-, Mrs. S. H. Pholps. McNall 's sick with the stomach e, - Mrs. j urn DrinKwino mod at mshter's, Mrs. Urwin, November out a week before, she sutfeied a from tvh ch sho never rallied. The 1 tt iirt Jli'l 1 jlluiMli. ruLiiei jit was a the Sanderson cemetery. Corrigan went to n?se.x Junction ly uivl 101. ,lit a drlvhiK horse. tvviiiuti i , r 11 .11 urn ju iiiirvi,-, l..rlAt' l.l, If W,.elf,it-,1 nnrlnl, has token Oeorire Minor'R nlnee In the north Fairfax school barse. llnor is conflniMl to the house by si M W K. nruh spent No r 13 tv-th Mrs. II. N. McNall In r, and Mrs. P. J, Fnrnswnrth of am, Mass,, -tvero In town Monday. Cieorui' Knlleld farm was snjd etlon Monday to Patrick Ttyan. A GrfKory's houc took flro from 'ni' rv Pa'iirday and was consili um 'cd tiv smoko and water. Kenflfld of Hakersfield was In Monda.t and sold his farm at nnc o P II Itynn-The electric lldhls turned on on North Main stroat v mirnr inr fur, f tim,. wMl be a soclablo at tho Ilaptl.n 1 Tuesday ovor.imr, November 27. ner neonlo nrn pvnup nl v lnvlt.,,1 t,i All aro retpi' sted to come repro- X the titlo of a lxKik. Haymrunl Is spend'ni; a few days In liukurs- tho Hiiest of Frank Kenlleld. Iuils h s llnl'ied tvoik for Hon. Kcndrlck, after helmr In his cm lve yeirs, I rank Norton litis tak- Sheltra s idaco. SWANTON CENTRE. litna Br'll Oravci of St. Albans I frlrpds hero early In the week. Floieiicti Donaldi-oii closed a suc 1 term of hrhonl In Ulstrlct No. 13 eek anil has been c-nKugcd to leach Inter term, Hed imlls and snow ir tinvn nrrlveil from tlw.l l.r,n,i aunts In tho far north, and will th us throurth tho cold mooths, ns their llvlntr from weed seeds In Ids nnd alonK tho roadsides, Last lay tho snow was rt least a foot and pIi 'uhlnir never butter, Mou it only was tho snow entirely melt t bees tilled tho air with huminlnit and dandelions In blossom. Merc Klstrred CO dcKreen In tho shade at SWANTON. voy I'holps, a woll-knowt cltl- f hwanton, died Nov. 14, after iiiTtu in. a ictv wookk, ntred X'i Mr. Phelps was born In this where his boyhood wua passed, KOld wns discovered In Callfor- O DTOirail 11 "1' Ol'LV-.N' tier " rrn 1, 1 nil to ton l'aeltlr. conut i,.l,...n 1... ntieh of mining life, operating at mei a !en-niulo provision trnln In clnlty of Kan Francisco nnd S.lo- t,, 1,11,1 tin tt'nu n n m l.n . ... ...... .... .. .. 111U1111JI.-1- l(j s Vigilantes. Iii 18fi7 ho married linn-mi niii-iio hi ni, .tinans and located on a Inrm at HlRliKato ru ivlierii thnt, roolilrwl t.itlli .. ", Mil, 11 ,1 iiw rif.ri itrhnii 11m,, .ni.,n In u..... ..n" ..iv j ...,, 111 nll- Tho deceased Is mirvlvod bv a wife, two unmarried dntiprhters, Har riet nnd Mary Phelps, nnd by 11 mnr rlcd datiBlitcr, Mrs. V. V. Woodwnrth of Hverett, Wnslilnnton. Tho ftlnornl wns hold Friday afternoon, tho Uev. Kdwat-d Stono olllclatlni?. Fred II. Bhovnn of Kllzabetlitown, N. Y and Miss Clara McNnlly, daushlcr of Mrs, Francis McNnlly, of this place, weio niarrlod nt tho Church of tho Nativity osterday mornlnR In tho presence of 11 lniKe number of friends. ENOSBURGH. Miss May Wheeler of IrnBburgli, wht has been vIsitliiK relatives here, return ed to her home Friday. Mrs. Norman Morrison of Montgomery Center, who has been passlliK several days at J. M. Wrights, returned to her homo Friday. Thursday Mrs. l.yman Gilbert, Mrs. Mor tis Woodward, Mr. Kldred and Mr. Kent with several others attended the dedi catory excrolsos of the new church at Herkshlre, A diumhler was born Hnnday tho 11th t" Mr. and Mrs. Jay Chaffee. Mrs. McNsunasn Is vlsltlni: her brother, James Kidder nnd family. Mrs. Kunlce Squire of n.'ikerstleld Is passing some time at tho WrlRht lioiuestend.-O. It. Kenlleld went to Fairfax to attend the salu of his farm tho 10th. The Christian Fnileavor meetliiK will lie held at Dca. S. II, Dow'r Thursdny cvenltiR tho 22nd, at seven o'c lock. -Tho V. C. T. V. met with Miss Florenco Perley at her home Saturday afternoon. Fifteen ladles were piesent nnd n most InlerostlnK pro Rramnie was carried out. William Adnms, who has woiked for several years for F. M Wiiuht and lived In his tenement house, has hired out to work for John Stevens nnd has moved Ills family Into Mr. Stevens's houso that was formerly owned by Mr. David Cuslimun. Miss Kffle llasha.w and her brother, Hnrley, are nt their father's, N. J. Ha shaw. Miss Malilo Stevens Is not qui to as well ns she h.is been. Most of tho schools have finished the fall term. The chool at Rast Knosburgh commenced a, week later, but will close on Thursday. Miss Morey of Fairfield Is teacher. MONTGOMERY CENTRE. M, H. Cuinell has sold his barber shop and business to J. II. Wilbur of Knoi liurf,'h Falls, who has taken possession 11. II. Tracy of Derby l.lno wns In town cnllliijT on his friends tho tlrst of this week. Charles 1ihell has moved to (!. W. . WiiRht's 1:1st Hill farm. The schools at Ileetorvllle and tho Notch closo this week. (ieorBO Porter stnrtod on a trip through K:istorn Vermont and Now Hampshire Tuesilav. J. J. rtonnett wns called to HurlltiKton last Saturday, owlnn to the death of his father at that place. RIOHFORD. Miss Lena WnlbiidRO of Chicago, whistler and pianist, assisted by local talent will give an entertainment In Ayer's hall Thursday fvonlng. Charles O. Mayer Is spendirij several days In Hoston. The cornet banel from this place will po to Newport abouj tlin middle of next month to assist In a 'minstrel show u.ven by the Newport bond. They have planned to slve a street parade with a band of sixty pieces, made up of the Newport, Harton Iiandlnpr and Won ford bands. Hezekia.li Corliss Is contincd to tho house with an attack of pneumonia. Deputy Collector A. H. KIiir has so far recovered a to be able to partially look after his duties at the customs house. H. 13. Demau nnd son are build Ins an nddltlon to their frrocory storo on River street, tho same to bo used for n meat market, which will be run In con nection with their grocery business. BAKERSFIELD HOLLOW. D. S. Glllman, overseer of tho poor of Fletcher, brought Arthur Flood to the poor houso Monday, November, 11). C. Kldreil was In West Herkshlre Monday on business. Iyouls Ollbar and Jerry I,aroe parsed Saturday and Sunday In Ft. Albnns. School will close Friday, No vember, -i. GEORGIA. Mildred, daughter of Ilyron Mitchell, has a new I vers piano. Orson Heynoldh has coenmeneed work for S. Judd at blacksmlthinK at Georplu Center. I. II. S. Fairbanks was In Burlington Wednes day and Thun-day of last week to visit his daughter, Mrs. F. O. Shattuck. Horace and Ira Caswell shot two foxes lust week. There will bo a social at S. E. Hoyden's Filday evenlnsr, November 23, for tho benefit of the Paptlst Sunday school. Tim rtev. and Mrs. C. W. Clark are vlsitluii their son, tho Hev. William C. Clark. In I-yiulou, and Mlts Aunian con ducted tho services at the ConcicRatiunal Church Sunday. S. M. Plko has sold his farm nnd tools to William Wllbor and Is disposing of his stock. Mr. O, S. miss, who Is SO years of nso nnd In fairly (rood physical health, l.s of Into suffvi in.ir from a sevcro mental troublo and Orrln Pres ton Is ennrapod as .attendant. On account of the M'voro storm there was no (irnnKo meethiB Friday night. .Nelson Klwood has moved Into the Ijomls house owned by Albert Clark. FRANKLIN. Miss Caroline Wilder of New York Is visiting friends hero this week. Mr. and .Mrs. W. C. Robin have moved Into tho new house that F. li. Wlllard lias built. Mr. and Mrs. c. C. Soule have Kono to Johnson whero he will open a paint shop. The selectmen have painted the outside nnd hato thor oughly renovated the Interior of the town hall. Tho people now have it very nice, comfortable placo for en tortalninents or anythlntr of the kind, Tho schools In town excepting tho high school closed last Friday and tue teachers have roiio to their homes. Miss Hayden, who has taught the In termediate school does not return but has accepted a nice position In the school nt St. Johnsbttry. FLETCHER. Miss Ma bin Corse Is nt home fiom her work at J. T. Spauldlng's In Cambridge on a two woeks' vacation. Mr ,and Mrs. CJiales Wxby of Cambridge we.ro In town calling on friends Situiday, Mrs. Iiornlco Marcher and little daughter of Jlicho visited lur parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Corse over Sunduy, Arthur Marcher has completed work for It, c. Parsons nnd has t'ono to woik for Gcorjro Deivltt this whiter. Carlton Robins and wife of Cambridge wore In town tecently, WEST BERKSHIRE. Mr, nnd Mrs. Steven Washer left Sat urday for Rutland, Mass., wheie they have employment. Henry Munslleld moved his family Monday to tho Gld dlngs farm In liakersfleld, which he Is lo manage tho coming year. G. c, jol ley nnd I W. Howo were In St. Albans Tuesday on business. SHELDON. The Henry Family of ten people aro chine entertainments nt Mnmi, tinii this week. Aboiif thirty friends and neighbors on Main streot called on Mrs, C. K. Hush Tuesday ovenlnir ,-n her a surpriso heforo going to Florida 10 ppena tno winter. i;orrco and cuko were served, HIGHGATE CENTRE. Mrs. W. C. Hefflon and children, who have been visiting In town, havo returneel to tliolr homo In Mnntre.il. p, Q, MIH Clnrabol ltutle.r, who has been sick 'with pneumonia, Is nblo to bu out ngnln. Miss Gladys Steele Is conllnrd to tho houso with an attack of nsthnin. Mr, nnd Hornco H, Cross have moved Into th Rurdlck hoii"o on Cannda street, where thoy will begin housekeoplnjr. Mrs. Mel tin Icnt has leturned from Canada. whero she has been visiting relatives. MONTGOMERY. Tho Indlos' Aid t.ocloty will servo a. dinner Thursday with Mrs. Ernest K. Cook, Frank Shlna Is home from Mnnt pcller. Miss Hannar Jlradford died Tuesday, after un Illness of only a few days. The funeral will bo held Thurs day. Work hns commenced on an nd dltlon to tho mill, Mrs. M, A. Delict has returned from a. few weeks' visit In Al burgh. ENOSBURGH FALLS. Mr. and Mrs, Gooigo Centerbar from rnrnl route No. 2, left town Monday for Medfleld, Mnss., where their daughter, Mrs. 11. X. Martin, has a homo. Thoy havo rented their farm to P. D. Smith and In tend lo pass n yi-ar nt least In Massachu setts. Cnptnln John II. Mears of Nor wich I'nlverslty passed Sundny with his parents, Sir. nnd Mrs. J. H. Mears. Mrs. Mary J, Farrell of Swanton Is passing tho week with Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Far rell on Orchard street, Mrs. 12, II. Far roll nnd daughters, Dorothy and Helen, returneil Saturday from a few days' visit to the family of Orrln Moffatt nt East Herkshlre. Threo foxes were shot lit town during tho early hours of Saturday, two of which were within the village corpora tion limits. J. C. Mnson nnd A. M. Hurt each brought down one. They Were being rim by hounds of H. n. Fnrrar. Elllo Cushman Mint tho third near the Center. H. H. Heft got two during tho few days of Inst week which he passed In town. Ono of them was a very large animal. Mr. Host returned to his home In Hur llngton Saturday, A conference of tho executive committee of tho Franklin Sun dny School association Is to be held tn the chapel of tho ConBTORntlonnl Church in St. Albans Friday, November 13. Thoro will bo threo sessions. It Is expected that G0ner.1l Sccrotary Fuller will bo present throughout the day. Mr. nnd Mrs. O. W, Holden and Miss Margrot Notmnn drove to Cambridge Junctlrn Sunday, where they visited Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Spauldlng. Miss Nellie Robinson accompanied them on their return and will make an extend ed visit hero. Gnorgo Touehetle has pur chased tho farm of Mrs. N. II. Martin beyond West Enosburgh on route two. Ho took possession November 1". rotn'n Ing tho same farmer, John Casavnnt; con sideration, $3. EM. John Ieclalr loft Mon day for a visit among friends In Hurllng ton and Stnwo.-Dr. W. W. Hutchinson returned Saturday from a few days' visit among friends In Wolcott. Mr. nnd Mrs. Aseltlno nnd son Ken neth, passed Sunday In St. Albans as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jonnson. Tho Rev. William Walker, who has been visiting Mrs. F. M. InRoza for the past two weeks, returned to his home In Hos ton Saturday. W. V. Phelps Is having a llttlo diversion selling a house in tho part of the village known as Darrahville, recently occupied by Thomas Krwln. The latest purchaser Is Harbin Shet don and tho consideration Is $400.00. W. E. Fuller came to town from Do pot Harbor, Ont., Sunday mornlnc driving from Stvnnton. Ho Is ill with a fever of somrt nature. Mrs. Ben jamin Davis on the farm of E. A. Lawrence. Is seriously 111 with peri tonitis. W. E. Hurt of Burlington is visiting the family of J. M. Rulter. Mrs. M. P. Perly nnd Miss Katherlne Pcrly wore In Burlington Wednesday. ST. ALBANS. Miss Rosanna B. Rogers, who suf fered a stroke of paralysis last April and had been confined to her bed sinco that time, died nt her home on Branerd street Wednesday night. Miss Rogers was employe 113 housekeeper In the family of the late Aldls O. Hralnerd for 40 years. Tho funeral .was hell at St. Muty's Church Saturday morning at nine o'clock and tho burial was In tho Fairfax Street cemetery. Mrs. Joseph Honey of Berkshire died nt tho hospital here at noon Thursday of paralysis. The body was taken to Rlchford Friday, where the burial wns held. Mrs. Honey had been at tho hospi tal several weeks. Sho wns 42 years old and is survived by her husband, a son, George Guyetto, of this city, and a daughter, Mrs, James Colton. The Westerii Cnioi. Telegraph company nvitid Into lit now quarters Thursday The office Is tho south end of tho Central Vermont depot c.ife, and It has been fitted up with a new switchboard and modern Intdruments and Is low ono lif tho best In tho State. Entrance to the office !s from Federal street at the east. Tho partitions on the old quarteis will be torn down and tho space wil ho added to tho gentlemen's waiting room nt the station. County Examiner of Teachers Menitt D. Chittenden of Fairfax will conduct an examination for teachers In tho high school room In this city Friday and Sat urday, November 30 and December 1. Prof. Clarence I Jordan of Norwich I'nlverslty, Northlleld, and W. W. Scran ten of Scrantnn, Pa were in tho city Sat urday nnd Mr. Joidan closed the real es tato transaction by which ho becomes owner of the Worthlngton C. Smith estate on Smith street, having purchased tho same of Mr, Scranton for $n.",000. Pro fessor Jordan will open In September, 1907, a fitting school for boys which will nUo bo a military boarding school, The build ings will bo repalted and extensively re modeled. In addition lo this school Mr, Jordan expects to establish a summer camp for boys on the luke shore. Mrs. Jcsslo Chase Samson, wifo of Proprietor William J. Samson, of the Lake View House, died at her homo Mon day afternoon at 2:45 o'clock after nn Illness of ninny months with ihcumatlsni. Mrs. Samson was a daughter of Mr. and Mis, Ambrose Chnro of Georgia, and was ;:D years old. She Is survived by her hus band, her mother, two daughtois, Ilolena and Marguerite Samson and two sisters, Mrs. M, O. Brooks of St. Albans bay and Mrs. Ella IxiomU of Georgia. Tho vfu nernl was held at the house Wednes day afternoon at ono o'clock and the burial was In the South Main street cemetery In this city. Word was received In this city Mon day of the death In Imdon, England, of Mrs. Mary Mc.Ilvalno Scranton. which occurred Saturday, November 17, Mrs, Set miton spent her girlhood at tho homo of her uncle, tho late Worthlngton O, Smith. The funeral of Mrs. James II, Dnly, who dleeV at the hospital Sunday night, wai lield at hor late homo on Lower Welden street' Wednesday afternoon nt two o'clock, Mrs. Daly had been 111 tor some time and Saturday underwent a surgical oporatlon for tho removal of a tumor. Miss Rose Noletto and Henry March eseault, both of this city were mar ried at Holy An gel's - Church Mon day morning" at eight o'clock, the cero mony being- performed by the llev. L. A- Wcsrocliers In the presence of a large number of friends, A Bpcclnl meeting of Co, B, 1st Inf., V, N. CI., wns held tit the armory Inst ovon Ing for the purpose of electing n captain to Mil the vacancy caused by the promo Hon of iMnJor Ieo H. Tlllotson, tho former cnptnln, Joseph Evarts, 11 former first lieutenant of tho company, but who has not been a metnlior for soma tlmo past, was elected cnptnln. Tho other cotnmls-1 sloned officers remain tho same, William j J. Robertson, first lieutenant, nnd For-, rest B, Ashland, second lieutenant. Thomns II, Jordan, win went to Snn Jose, Costa Men, from this city a few weeks ngo, hns received the appointment of master .mechanic In charge of tho mo tive power and cur department of the Northern Railway Co. nt Llmon, Tho members of the Iroquois club gave a bnuquet at tho Grand Avenue Hotel In Swanton last night In hnor of James MacMahon nnd James Fnrrell, who will leavo to-morrow for San Jose, Costn Rico, their future home. The party mnde tho trip to flwnntnti nn tho trolley. Ir, Jonn Shoorar ha resigned the posi tion of leader of tho Congregational Church choir which he has conducted so successfully for tho past 1R years, and Len S. Tlllotson hns been engnged to take his plnce as director and leader of tho choir. Tho marrlngo engagement of Dr. Alan Davldion nnd Mls Helen A. MaoMnhon has been announced. Tho wedding will probably tnko plaro In tho spring GRAND ISLE COUNTY ISLE LA MOTTE. Joseph Duba and family have moved to North Hero. Mr. nnd Mrs. William Montvlllo and Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter La Bombnrd and daughter havo gono to Haverhill, Mops., for tho winter. The oyster supper at tlio town bnll last week, given by tho ladles of the Catho lic church for the benefit of Father Bas tion, wns not well attended, owing to the had weather and roads. Paul 11 Bom bard has been worklrg In a printing of fice In Burlington for a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Fisk, Miss Mary Mont gomery nnd Mrs, A. II. Hill attended, tho teachers' meeting at Alburgh Center last week. Pierre Paro, Jr., of this town and Miss Lily Latunn of Alburgh were married at the Catholic church hut week. W. D. Thon.as Is In very poor health. Lieutenant-Governor nnd Mrs. Prouty of Newport wero guests of Mr. and Mrs. N, W, Flslt h cnuplo of days last week. Mrs. N. W. Fisk the guest of Mrs. Gov. E. C. Smith of St. Albans for a few days. Mrs. O. J. Thomas Is In Burlington. Miss Rne Lallombard has returned from Boston. GRAND ISLE. Olo Reynolds and wife, who havo been visiting her parents In New Hnmpshlrc, returned Wednesday morn ing, November 21. The Rev. Mr. AVIlich and wife are stopping at her brother's, H. W. Indd. Rev. Mr. Ai.ue Is away On a two weeks' visit. Mr. nnd Mrs. Clement are going .iwny for a week's visit to her parents Mr. nnd Mrs. Al len Gngo are vlsltlnrr her parents. Dr. G. H. Branch nnd family aro under qtmruntlne for diphtheria - Miss Eliza beth Grlswotd is finite seriously 111. Mrs. Fred Jennntto Is very 111. Others lire still quarantined for diphtheria. The cemetery society hat,' postponed their entertainment Indefinitely on ac count of so much sickness In town. The Lndles' Aid has been postponed for two weeks. .Miss Jessie Ross and Miss Hlbbnrd attended the teachers' convention at Alburgh last Friday. SOUTH HERO. The Murdock Bros., e dlans nnd vaudeville show, closed a tv.ek's engage ment at Keeler's Hall Sati-Hy evening. Tho company went Mond.r to Alburgh for n week's engagement, The popular ladles voting contest was-won by Miss Ina Hall, the prize being a silver tureen water set. SOUTH ALBURGH. Mrs. Marynette O'Nell, an old resi dent "f this totvh, died at tho homo of her nephew, Elbrldge llutrhlns, North Hero, Sunday nftpinoon, In her 71st yea'. Mrs. O'Nell will hi- greatly missed and mourned, as fe'W lived a more Christian life- than she. The fmiernl was held Tuesday afternoon, with interment at the cemetery In this part of Alburgh. Tho educational meeting at Altnugli CentT November IC nnd 17 was veiy well attend ed, although the weather wn.s unfavor able. LAMOILLE COUNTV MORRISVILLE. Dr. O. F. Stevenson went tn Burling ton Wednesday night where he has bought the practice of Dr. Ceorgo Miller. Ho wns accompanied tn I'nderlilll by his son, Wlnfield Bachuni, who will visit his grandparents there for a few days boforu going to Burllii?ton. The N. K. O. I'. held a regular moot ing Tuesday evening, followed by a banquet In honor of tho 32 new mem bers Initiated at Ilardwick a week ago. After tho banquet, much to the sur prise of District Deputy n. M. DavU nnd Mrs. Davis, they were asked by tho warden, Mrs. Fred Gilbert, to stop forward and receive the congratula tions of the friends present upon reach ing their tenth wedding anniversary. After congratulations were expressed, Henry K, Parker, In behalf of Lamoille Iodge, presented Mr, and Mrs. DavH with a sum of monny, and In bohnlf of tho relatives and frlonds, Oscar Campbell presented another purso of money. Mr. and Mrs. Davis made suit able responses. An orchestra was then asked In and dancing was the order until one o'clock. Byron Davis of Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Campbell of Hyde Park, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jamos II. Clnik and son of Ilardwick were In attendance. C, I., dates Is again moving his barn. This time to Its original position, which effectually tints a stop to the proposed street running from Portland streot across his premises. Mrs. Hnrrle B. Daniels, who hns been stopping for some weoks with his pnr ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Daniels, went to Lyndon Wednesday on business. Mr, Daniels Is In Maldln, Mo., where ho Is engaged In business that will later takeUilm to F.llznboth City, N, C, where ho will be Jolnod by Mrs. Daniels. Jesse N. Brlggs moved his house hold Koods to St. Johsbury Wednesday, whoro ho has a position In the Fair banks Scale works. Arthur V. Hollls hns gone to Boston, whero ho has a position on the electric cars. Orlan II, Smith has sold his farm, the D. C. Hardy place, to T. M, Oal llghor of Craftsbury for n considera tion of $5,000, Mr. Smith hns pur chased a farm In Stowo, Mr, Gnlllghor takes possession April 1. JEFFERSONVILLE Mr. nnd Mrs. Brooks of St, Alhnns were recent guests of J, A, Watklns. K. H, Hinds hns sold his croatnery business to H. P. Hood & Sons of Charleston, Mass., who tnke possession Decomber 1. Mr, Ijirmolle has bought and tukon possession of a placo In John son near the vllhigo, Mrs, Chiirlottn Ilurko Is caring for her mother, Mrs, Kllzu Mrlendy of North Cambridge, who Is very sick. Madam Douglnss Is the eucst of her eon, Prof, Douglass., Mr. nnd Mrs. J. It. McNnlly of Essox nro guests ut W. MoNally's. Irvlntr Ittttchlnn has rented and taken possession of C. It. Rlchards's farm, Thcro will bo nn exhibition by the school, nt tho town hall November 23 for tho benefit of tho school reforenco library. Tho flvo net drama "Grand ma Illldebrnnel's legacy" will bo pre sented at town hall, November 27 for tho benefit of tho public Ubrnry. Tho piny Iii 11 very popular one, nnd In tetestlnfr from start to finish nnd de serves 11 liberal imtronngn. Following Is the c.ifi of clmnotors! John JJloi pom, H. W, MncNally; Sam Blossom, I W. Potvull; George Plerson, Mor ton Thomns; Jock Thorite, 11. E. Rey nolds; Fred Rivers, Walter Buker; Pat O'Connor, Mnrk llobb; Sambo, Ralph Thomns; Harry Fielding, Clyde Cheesomnn, policeman; Feddy, Maurlco Thompson; Dick, Howard Wilson; Mrs. Susan Blossom, Mrs. Ira Powell; Belinda, Miss I kittle Orlswold; Mno Blossom, Mrs. Lnndoti, Iaur.a Pago; Mrs. Reginald Plerson, Mrs. R. B.Thomns; Isabel Craw ford, Mnrion Cornell; Betsey Ann Skin ner, Ariel Clarke. WATERVILLE. II. A, Jackson has been on the sick list for several days. J. W. Page of Buillngton was In town several days last week. Mrs. Burt Collins of Stotvo visited Mrs. Arthur Fnlrbanki last weik. Henry Mann of Troy Is spending the week In town. Mrs. It ,A. Wllley spent several days with her daughter, Mrs, 11. J. Kelley, at Morrlsvillo last week. Mrs. E. J. Billings of Hclvldete Center spent last week with Mrs. O. B. Maurice. Mr. and Mrs. II. M. McFniiand of Hydo Park visited his fattier, Chaplnlh Mc Fniiand, last week. '.Mis. E. II. SJiat lliek and Miss Boyd nro spending the week with friends In Burlington. Cheney Hiitehington Is around on crutches hav ing cut off two toes while chopping on tlm mountain recently. Philander Weth etell visited friends In Belvldere several days last week. Dan Morgan and Clar ence Taylor each lost a good hnrso on Siturilay.-Mr. nnd Mrs. B. M. Wllley of Greensboro spent several days with his pirents la-'t week. Revival meetings ar being held at the I'nlon Church this week the pastor Is assisted by tho Rev. A. II. Stu'-ges. S. o. Campbell left Sat urday for New York City, wiuro lie will '10 absent for everal weeks. Hl wife accompanied him ns far u Sprlnglletd, Mas where she will leniam with a daughter until his return. BELVIDERE. Mrs. Adah llolhrook and son have gone to their home at the Cornei s. Miss Ci-nce Chandler and I.ou Barnard weiej In JeffersonvHle Saturd.iy. Mrs. Billings and Mrs. F. H. Cuard weie In JcfTerson ville Monday. The Infant child of Mr. nnd Mrs. John Shufelt died Friday and was buried fiom the church Sunday. The Rev. A. J. Chandler olTlciatlr. WOLCOTT. Mrs. C. F. Onle, whoF0 husband, Dr. dale, has been missing since October 15, sold at public auction Thursday tlm horses, carriages, sleighs, robes and also a quantity nf household goods and will go to her former homo n Bane Friday or Saturday. i:. C. Johnson of Klmoro was a recent guest of his aunt, Mrs. P. A. Oowen. -The pirtlef from New York, who have been cutting Christmas trees for the p.ist month, nrc earring now for shipment. Mrs, Dydla Peck of Morrlsvillo wns a guest of friends in town Siturdny. M. Cnnant nnd wife nrc visiting In HnrdtvUk this week. H. A. P.ukir has rented Mrs. s. M. Pinney's house and will move the flist of the week. J. R. Chafey of Jackson, Mich., spent Thui s.biy and Friday visiting his cou sin", II. II. and M. S. Parker. Mrs Lou Ruble of Moirlsvlllo camo up Satur day and pa'd a visit to her stepson, Dr. Crorge Rnblee. who Is just commenc ing practice here Miss Kother Bacon of F.lmore wis n guest of Miss Laura Wells over Sim-'a v. F.rnest I'dall's barn w.is burned M inday forenoon. Tho live stock except two hogs was gotten out. The hay 1111 I fodder and a quantity of farming tools were restroyed. It Is thought to have boon set bv the children playing with matches. Harry Davison of Albany has been engaged to work In the creamery here. STOWE. Leon S, Mocutchan and Miss Amber P. Smith of this town were married in Mont pel'er Thursday. They went to Boston nnd other Massachusetts points for n short wod'Png tour and on their return he; e will reside with Mr. Maeutchan's mother, Mrs. R. M. Macutehan. Mr .M.icutchan Is carrier on rural free delivery route, No. 2. and Mls-s Smith Is the daughter of AV. M. Smith nnd wife. She graduated from the high school In lP'M nnd since than has been a successful xcliool teacher In town. Invitations have been Nsued for the wedding of Miss Mary A. Onle of till town and Klroy Billings of Schenectady, N. V , at tho West i Branch Chin ch, November 27. Slats CommlsslonerThomas has received additional reports of deer killed dining the op-n season, bringing tho number up to OSS. It will undoubtedly reach C50. An article from a Vermont writer in tho December "Forest and Stream" gltes POO as the number killed this season, tints mlrepresentlng the attraction of theState to 'sportsmen. W. F. Churchill was obliged to havo a horse shot on Siturdny morning, at It had had a leg .broken by a kick from another horse. Mrs. Orlo Town Is sending a week In Montreal with a cousin. Mrs. F. A. Fogg of F.ns fleld, N. H Is vMtlng relatives In Stowe. K. A. Olbbs of Stowe Hollow recently saw a handsonio silver-gray fox, hut had no xtin with him nnd so tho fox Is still at large. George Adnms of Moscow wont on Snturdny to Springfield. Mass,, wheie ho has employment. Mrs. James, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ward Collins, In Moscow has returned to her home In Northlleld. L. I Sallies has gono to New Hnton, Conn., to spend the winter with her sons. The ear of horses purchased In the West by C. K. Burt arrived In Stowe on Sunday morning. Whllo they were being taken from the enr some of them made a dash for liberty and 15 of them escaped and struck out on the Stowo hollow road. They wero recaptured In tho barn yard on .lnnies Foster's place. Mrs. A. 1), Lang, who recently undorwent n surgical opera tion at Mnry Fletcher hospital, Is doing well. Th" Rov, J, Q. Angell nttended tho dedlcntlon of tho new Methodist Church In Middlesex on Wednesday, Piesldlng F.lder Hunt will conduct the service nt tho Mothodlst Church hero on next Sunday evening, Mrs, W. L. Demerrltt, who has been sorlnusly III for soveral weeks Is In a critical condition. W, L. Domerltt nttended tho funernl of his mother, Mrs. Lucius Domerltt, In Watorhury on Sunday. 1 1, R Straw ob served n fox on Sunday forenoon, run ning nlong tho road past his houso as far as Oeorgo Marshall's whoro It climbed the hank to tho walk above. Apparently by taking the road tho fox outwitted n couple of liounds who camo nlong soon nfter but could not pick up tho scent, Mrs, P. D. Plko nnd Mrs. F. A. Blodgett wrro visitors In Morrlsvillo on Snturdny, AV, P. Drury Is spending tho winter with his mother-ln-lnw, Mrs. Mary Royco, On Monday evening tho second enter tainment In the lecture course, a con cert by "The Musical Five," wns given (Continued 011 4th puice I tt tJD n, fl5 AOWCTO1 CHl. Receipts, i(,,iio bli, exports, I 16" llUtJ iVlMlBBL I O 1,3 bu- spot ,lnn' Corn market was with Quotations on tlie Lending Products In Demand I!oton, Nov. SI. Choice fresn ! . creamery butter Is selling well nt full prices,, but the market otherwise Is quiet. Choice northern cronmcry, 'JTfU i:i'c; western creamery, WauSe: Ver mont tlnlry, Zifi'Mc. The cheese market holds very sternly, the best lots sellltiR at full prices. York state, KJUfUU&c; Vermont, VMi 14c. Krks nppenr lo lie steadily enlinnc iiifr In value, though the detnitntl for the lower gratles Is .slnckcntiiK up a little, owlttf,' to the IiIkIi prices. Choice hen niry anil nearby, I'Jfj&l tc: eastern ex tras, .'rift-lOu; western, :i0TJe. The fruit antl vegetable market dors not chanse much. The dctnuntl still ,.iovh a decided lack of snap nnd fimiiKes In prices have been few and unimportant. There has been no Im provement In apples and the movement of other fruits has been limited. Pears have gone a little better, but there Is still room for much Improve- ment. Grapes have been only moderately active and top itiotutiotn have been obtained for only very fancy lots, lias hot prapes have about run their course for this season, and consignments from California are steadily fallliiR oil'. A shortage of cars nt the shipping points has kept down the receipts of potatoes, and luce the buying has been steady, prices have ruled linn. Then- rivals of sweet potatoes nlo have been light. The buying bus been livelier and they have gone higher. Hlrinp nnd butter beans are more plenty antl much cheaper than they were. Cab bages aro again coming in freely and nre slightly easier.) Onions continue plenty and as they do not sell very fast they nre no more than Mendy. Celery, iottiice nnd ciiiMinibirii nre firm, ant! Hubbard squashes have harden. d ..... Sllglltl. Apples M river. :!.n n bur- rel; Kings. ..VV7.rin: M.nivs. $-y,n?,; western Hen Davis, f."r'i'2 M; Har - vers. S2(i?2.2.": Baldwins, fancy. No. I. f-atJil.fiO: mixed low. ?1 'J.Vi 1.7.": green- Ings, .fl.nfW72.2r1; p.ppltw, Sl.riO'o'J; com- nion green varieties, .f KirLfiO; box fruit, 2,V?l. Cranberries Cape Cod, fancy, ?fW 10 ,1 barrel: choice, SS'iil): er.ttes. .f2.7.ri rft.-j. drapes Western New York, pony baskets. Calawbas. Lie: ConconU, Llff Klc; A'eraennes, Llffj ltlc: Cnllfornla, per four-basket crate, m.'tlaga, JJl., KIT'. 1.7.1: tokays, S2fi72.2.1: nlmcrlas. i?::..1U'if(! a barrel, nnd fancy hiahrr. Pears Reurre Mom Si. .lo"?.'! a bush el; Bettrre d'Anjou, ?2f2.."0: deckels, fancy. .fi.'I'Ji-l.r.n; good to elioice, ?1..".tVit 2..10; fibeldon-i, fancy. $rt':i10; uood to choice, li'Jfi'J.ilO: common sorts. ?l(f( LoO. I'otatoes Aroostook Creen moun tains, ,1 157.13c a bu-hel; hebvons. 4SW TiOe; sweet potntoe., Jersey, ?2fri2..ri0 a barrel: Norfolk nnd eastern diores. J51,.1ijil.7ri. Beans .String beans, 'otiiliern, ,V21 fi.,10 a basket; butter beans, southern, i?2 (3," a basket. Calilmges Drumhead, 7,"cVi?l a bar rel: savoy, "ilc a barrel: red. finest bo:;. Celery Boston market, SI. ,10 a dozen bunches: pitM-al, $KT(I.2j: white. 7,1e (ii$l. Lellife, etc Lettuce. Tifii 7,1c a dozen hc.id: rnmnine, 7.1c: e'earoie, ,",0e: cliic ory, COe; parsley, (Oca bu-liel: mint, ,10c a do.-.en hr.uiiio-; watt: .i-'. .10c. 0111011-! Native. 7.1c a buhel: Con) tiecticut river, ."wJinri a buhei: Span ish, i?.! a crate; leeks, ,10c a do, n bunch es. Squashes Marrow. 7'i, a barrel: turban, Sficfuijl; hublnru. .-JOf-l n ton: punipkii, 2.lfii ."() 11 box. Turnips Yellow. !H)c.17$l a barrel: French white, ?1 a bag; esres .mil flats, ,1lii'(7.1c a bushel. Miscellaneous Cuci.mbpr. JU'evlO a box; carrots, i;off;7,le a bushel; parsnips, V."cfft$l a bushel; radishes. Si!!. .10 n box; spinach, 21c a bushel; beet', (Wei 75c a bttsliel: peppers, .SI..I11 a bushel: eggplants, y.'15(;i..10 a crate; okrn. 5:5 a crate; brnsel.s sprouts, Kie ti iitiai't: hothouse totnatops, LVi'JOc a pound: cauliflowers, SI. 2ft a box: .leniMiiem artichokes, S1..10'e2 a bushel. No change i noted In the prices of pork provisions, t lie market btlng very steady, with a fair demand. Fresh beef holds steady In price anil demand, though only occasionally a choice steer brings full top prices. The quotation- are: Kxtra sides. !!) .'i-le; good. 8 l-P()S;:-4c; light, 7rtiV; heavy hinds, 11 a.4(f"l2sp; good. 1 Kit II He; light. OiilOUe: heavy fores, iiwW; good, SVjfaOc; light, fi(ij.r)4e. Though selling on a slightly lower basis, lambs are still linn, and veals are unchanged. Spring lambs, liti? 12c; fall limbs, 10(, lie; yearling, sit 0c; muttons, IvgiOe; veals, ll(ijl2sc. The receipts of turkeys are not large, but the demand N slow, and prices, are easy, The best fowls nnd chickens arc steady. Northern turkeys, 20'j2jc; western turkeys, ISfi'JOc; native broiler chickens, 2(f(f22e; northern roasting chickens, Kiji20c: fowls, i,1(il Hie; western broilers, Klc: western chickens, WtffUc; fowls, lnf'Hc. Hay Is very firm for choice and fairly steady for lower grades; straw Is dull nnd weak; mlllfeed Is very llrm for wheat feeds, with a rather quiet de mand, other kinds holding quiet but steady. Hay, choice, 522; No. 1, ?20f7r 21; lower grades, $HeTi20; rye straw, prime, $14; oat straw, $S$i0. The corn market, although handi capped by the uoverument estimate for a record crop, ruled sternly, being I u 11 ti enced by 11 light Interior movement ns compared with last ytsir, unfavorable weather west, n moderate export de mand and considerable activity In cash circles. GRAIN AND PRODUCE. Qnotndona In New York, Boston nnd Chlcaxo Market, Nftv York, Nov. 21, WlrKAT Receipts, 118,60(1 hit; exports, 96,069; sales, 2,700,000 bu futures; spot. easy, The early wheat market wns steady and at times hlKhnr on stronfrth In the Northwest nnd smaller receipts but after midday weakened under renew-' ed Decomber liquidation nnd reactions In outsldo markets. Tho mnrkot closed heavy nt ? to cents net decline. May closed S4",(,c: Dec, closed SI 9-likv 11111 ininsaeuoni, closing ne 1 uncnungeci J.ini-rv rlo.M ElHe; May cloed tV.r Df. 1 lored f,2;Jc. OATH Receipts, 43,000 bu; exports, 2.00, 'ni; spot sternly. COPt-EE spot Mo quiet. Tho market f,'"' c,,r,v" f"t,,rM or""",,1 at n lIoclln "f flVfl tit ton rtrtthttt n nit 1 tin rt ti Mm m 1 i a matter 0f about tern points during the m.diilo session ns a tpsuR of liquidation, Europ.irn selling nnd rather dikappolnt lug eables from Havre. The market closed steady nl a net d-cllno of 10 lmlnts. SaK wero report! of K7.250 bags, In cluding: Hcc. J5.!Tj.05j Mnroh, J6.2r.tp CM; May, JU.'uC.W; July, JC.fiO; Sept. W.TBWC.S0. SUGAR Raw, quiet: fair refining:, 3 6-IGc; centrifugal V, test, 3 13-lGc; molas ses sugar, 3 1-iCoi ronned quiet, LIVE STOOK MARKETS. quotation for Cnttle, Slurp nn.l Hnga ' nl riv York. Now York, Nor. 21. BUFA'ES HceelptK, 2,S64. Steers slow and 10 and 15 cents lotvr; bulls steady, sleets, JUWIO, extra elo J?.2S; bulls, $:.50ti4.W; (ow.h, S1.2fff3.QS; exports to-day tO cattle, 20 sheep and 3,000 quarters of beef. CAIVKH Receipts, l.SSH. Veals slow to K fents lower: graisers dull. Venls, uoir 8.71; limloe, :i.(i; little calves and culls. $).''"( 4.00; Krassrs, 2.?73.ijf); prime tvost ".'n en Ives, t.7i". SHEEP AND I.AMBS-Roct'lpts, g,83. i-'!'"ep and lambs steady. Sheep, $3.0V, h.Xi; eholeo, $5.50; culls, J2.M; lambs !.V07.T5; one ear ehWeo heavy, J7 ?o culls. 5.uO'ii5 If; Cannula limbs, 7.50. HOGS Receipts. 7.720. Mnrk't steady Htnf: hoc., JO.&o-ftC.OO. BOSTON OATTLE MARKET. , 1 prices on All Kind of Live storis I'rllle eirr ThM Week. Boston, Nov. '.' An agreeable surprise was given t drovers nt tho local livestock market bv th" comparatively early arrival of ' o stuck trains, which fact was dou'.l . phasing to tho drovers brv.iu t1." tvr' able to finish weighing up tin l' l"ri; ,nj "r Par,"r l,,B; vf 1'ieen able to do for some weeks. A e.."- Itrliiutlng cnusp nf the enrlv complet'on Lf hUH;h(.liH v,n., ,Ilf ,IP0 nf UlP rxlra ,ol ,,t scM. s und the lelatlvely small sun, ' lof nock brought In from .lint of o'iier Iwrolii. I Uu-ine" was not -n lively this week ,,s l"lrrs "n fo rvii' sn.-p, i.imn unn nj;. tvero nit. u Mrnii uaciion 01 "in. 10 k'l'dr, but nine n others. nul the drove-. s did not soil their stock -.u til nfter much dickering ttlth the buy ers. Be-ef cattle were quoted nt from 4 to C cmts, Inst week's figures being 4'A to 5'j cents, so that some sold low-c ard a few a little higher. Bref bull - brought from 3 to 4 cents, and "cmnr' and "bologna" cows sold nt from l' to 2 cents. Calves were Mightly stronger In prices this weM;, tho q notations rang ing from D to 7'4 cents, but thero were not many sold nt the highest tlgure. Hogs were off from "n to 'v of a cent. TIki lite were quoted nt from C cents to fiO nnd the elrested at from 7H, to 5 cents. Sheep and lambs were lower, tho former kind going at prices ranging from 3 to 4 cents, and lambs at from 5 to C cents, a reduction of cent on both kinds. W. F. Wallace. Keene, N. It., sold 74 calves nt cents, one lamb nt CU cents three bulls at 3 cents, two oxen at 3?i cents, end one cotv nt 1'j cents. Ho will sell 41 milch cows to-day. A. M. Baggs, Belchertown, sold 110 calves at 6li cents, lo shie-p et Vi cents nnd 20 beef cattle at trom 11 to cm. M. D. Holt, Plsh on's Ferry. Me., sol I 50 s-heep at ' 5 Ctiits. i2 hogs at ffi. 10, 14 beeve-s nt fr'!n 3i to ,"Vi ents ard 40 cnlves at fi'2 cents. (!. S. Lowell. AVest Farmlngton, M brought in 15 milch cows, 3 oxen, s M at 4?i conn, calves, 75 sheep and ( hogs, wh'i'h twld for ?'i.40. Thompson Hunstjn "f Maine sold 101 cjlves at f. cents, JJflO sheep and Iambs nt S1-- cei -nnd 6 cents, and 25 hogs at fill cet t Wood & Mooro of New Hampsh r, brought in 82 cattle. Including II beet -101 1 alves, 26 i.hecp find 3 1 ng. dresse.l. Robert Conor. Bright sold 4,1 beef cattle of all kinds nt fr IVfc to 3 ceints, 4 oxen nt G',4 cent, calves at T'j cents nnd 50 hogs at i' cf n:s. A. Ulcker, St. Jolinsbury, A 1 sold 20 c.ilvi s for f2 apeico. F. L. Libbv of Buinhim, Me., brought In 300 shi and lnrnb.. rn -.lives, '0 hogs, M mi cows .-ni a pair ut om-i. The hogs s ' for t't, i.euts, and the oxen, wii 1 tvolghed 3,i'0 pounds, for 0 cents. Summar" of livestock prices: Beef n tie, best, 'tlr".': bulls, 3fJ4c; cows, T. 2c; cnlves. Mj7'4jc; hogs, live weight, K00; ilnsscd, 7'-'!jii'; shi-p, 3171c; 1,1111 -5i(Cc. CHICAGO PUOriTi'E MArJKF.TS Chicntro. Nov. 2' WIIF.AT-Deo. 7.1!4'D75He; .May, 7'Y-l 7S"e. COHX Dec. 42Vi?42',,c; Mny, 434c . OATS- Pec. XI'bC; May. WUflKc. POIiK-Jnn. il4.77'i; May. 15.00. UP.D-January. Mny, $s.f,"j S.52i3. Itll'S -Jnii. K.2HS7.sr,; May, J7.W. Cluslni; quotatlotK wero as follows WHKAT No. 2 sir'.ns. 7Sfi2;; No. 3, 73'i.slc; No. 2 tod, 73t,(37lic. COBN No. 2, 41c; No. 2 yellow. IGWf47e DATS No. 2. M'.c. No. 3 white. 33g:.oi' UYH No. 2 63.:. BAIlLKY-fFa.r lo choice malting), 4 &E2e. FLAXSLHD-No. 1. H.13; No. 1 North western, $1.21. TI MOTH Y (Prime seei ) !l 2f,. CLOVEB-fContract grades), tK.Y. SHOUT KIPS Sides, (looso) !.25SS.T5. MFSS POHK (rer bbl.) J16.C0. LAIUJ- (Per 1n lbs.) JD.2.-I. SIDFS-Short clear, (boxed), JS,;;k ,. S.C0. WlllSKBY-(Basts of hU'h wines) V 'A On the produce exchango to-day the butter market was strung. Creameries 2027Hc; dalrlivs, 19'flC4o; eggs, nrm, at mat k cases Included, 22tf2f,c; firsts, 27o; prime firsts, 30c; extras, 32c, CHEICSIC-Stronp. 18itfl4c. NEW YORK COTTON' MARKKT New York, Nov. 21. Cotton futures opened steady. Dec. J10.0S; Jan. J10.12; Feb. ofd. 10.22; March, 110.30; April, ofd. J10.SS; May, J10.41; Juno, , July. J10.4S; Aug. ofd. J10.50. Siit closed steady, 10 points advance; middling uplands, Jtl.10; do gulf, JU.35; sales, 017 bales. BOtJTON COPPER MARKKT. Boston, Nov. 21. A few copper stocks showed fractional Improvomonts In prices to-day, notably Cnlumot and ArUona, Tocumsch and Butte coalition. Other stocks wero steady without special feature. BUTTER AND CHEEStt MARKET. Boston, Nov. 21. BUTTER Higher, Northern. 29tJ30c; western, 27i12Sc; dairy, 33fiCCc. FOUN-r-MN PENS. The inritest, nest nnel most completa line of Fountuln Pens can be found ut tho Free Press Btor