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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS; THURSDAY, JULY 18,11)07.
turned honors mid prlnca In Iho after liuon evcntB, scoring S3 out of 100 chances, CAamplaln wns second with 83, fit. Allmns third with 77 and M.i lono lost with 76. RICHFORD. Thu Rev, Ilertmmt r. Judd, (lolit secre tary of tine International reform liure.ni, ii Irrssed a union mtiss meeting In the Methodltt Church Sunday evening using J r his -subject "Tho OIHzoji as a Reform- r.' II. R. Thomas hns fold his ros. donee on Rlvor stfcot, to Henry Chaffee of Albany; consideration, Mrs. Jennie M. Colcord Is vlsldlng In Unov burgh Fnlls.Mrs. A. L. Wroks, Master Arthur and Miss Dorothy vlslt-il In fit. A bans tho last of the week. Thn lawn party given by St. Ann's Churcili Friday n sht on Captain Morrill's lawn was a. dc JJod success, FAtra wires were strum? find the lawn was lighted by electric light. Livingston's orchestra furnished music The young proplo enjoyo-d a dnnc.s In Hank ha.ll Friday night. Captain Merrill Is erecting nn auto barn at tho roar of his residence for his new touring Car. Tho condition of Mark Dahtio, who suffered a i-trnkn of paralysis several days ago, la filghUy improved. BEAVER. M s. Fnrman und son, Lawrence, nf Jiriokh-n, X. Y., nrp stopping for tho Rummer with Mlsi Mary 1'fford. Mj nnd M.'s K. Chase and master Frank and 1 ',i M-ihtague of Wllllamstown, Mass., tin- vsHiigal I-Muln Straits. S. .1. Austin w s ir Sifldon Saturday to attend the ft f il or nn utsfle.-Mr. and Mrs. 1 li-nry L t'lir v's ted at D. 11. Caswpll's tho llrst cf t ip week.- Mr. Amy Cross and child ren of Purllnirton, who was at her f 'hpr's Joseph Shores fur a weck.retiirn- i. trif Monday. Mrs. O. .1. Harrison nr 1 M..s Mable Peacock of Newport have I'.iern -v'sltlng thilr aunt, -Miss Miry Kpwmi for a week. Mr. Harrison camp Situi-dav nnd returned with them Mon (,iy -Children's day was' observed at tho Methodist Church Sunday, July 14. HIGHGATE CENTRE. J V'. Judklns'ls passing thn week with his dauchtor, Mrs. Sylvester W nshburtiP, In Alburgh. C. (!, Austin returned Saturday from a brlpf trip to Hnstou, Mass. Mrs. TV. V. t'nshir I "d daughter, Lornltio, nro passing tho v. rk In Proctor. A daughter was born J'.ly 10 to Mr. nnd Mr- D. IV. Steele. Howard Porley of Pnrllnston Is vlslt Inr Mrs. It. A. St1met Miss Knther Ini Sewell who has been visiting Mr". C , Austin, lias returned to Rnn dnli h, Mns. Miss l.lllle McKenney Is pass up the week with friends in Swnr'on The Misses Dvn and Oladys Sir dr "son of West Newton, Mnss., aro vlsltln' relatives here HILL WEST. Mlsr Dirothy Milliard of P.urllncton, who Ins been visiting In town, has rc- irrcd hi'P-.e.-Mi'M. Charles Messier of Hr'vldere was tho sucst of Mrs. II. H. J wp't a few days last week. Mr. ami Mrs. F D Maynard and djughtor, Coro e of Plnghamton, N. Y . are vMtlij )i s parents Mr. and Mrs. M. Maynard. - Mrs Matilda Rushford, who lias been ill for the past few months, Is able to be out again.--Mis. Hardy Paronto of Wnldr-n ts visiting nt Hip home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Ariel. Mrs. C. M Hatliaway of Cambridge, Mas-., who hn bpen visiting in town for tho past few davs left Tuesday for Pur hngton, where she will stay n few days nnd then return to her lioine. Mrs. II. J I. Millard of Purllngton is visiting relatives in town. GEORGIA. The. funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Shean was held at the Methodist Church Friday fiernoon. the Rev. C5. C. McDoueall nfll c atlnc, assisted by tho Key. C. VT. f'lnrk. Tho burial was at Milton Porn by thn !'! of her busband. Abner Piles is tr.iln Dr. Ibnvo of Wales, Mass., has ned h's family at Sidney .ludd's for 'i viri ion Irene Hankin of S.mth Uos- r cme Monday to pass the summer a b her priviiidmother, Mrs. Maria Ilan 1, M Helen Curtis passed Sunday In j'url ngton, returning to her homo Mon day. FLETCHER. Oeorpe Clark, who has been wot king in a hotl at I.irtlutun, N. H.. met with a serious accident lecontly while draw ing a load of trunks with n four-horse t am. Mr. Clark stepped out on the wagDn polo to arruiiKo some part of the harness when one of the horses kicked, throwing him to the ground, the load passed over his ankle, crushing It badly nnd one leg was broken near the hip. He was taken to the hospital. Suel Spauld ing is 111 C. s. Howard and family of Fairfax were In town Sunday. BAKERSFIELD. tyirrby Simmons of Charity, Mass., is vlflt.ns In town. Cecil Urlgham of Duluth, Minn., Is visiting her uncle, H. M Doan. Mr". Peter Shanley and Mrs. B O. Tlllotson and daughter, I-ucllle, I ssed Inn week visiting relatives in ll'irdwlrk. - Miss Florence Durivage, Is In cm p for two weeks at Hlghgate Springs. Mrs Frank Downs of WIlllarnRton Is i sit ng her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jlorw Mrs. Sydney Skinner and children of Plaant Valley visited in town last week. -Miss Pernien Morse, who has been 'caching in Wllllamstown, Is passing her vacation at home. Mr. and Mrs. Don Ofitps of ISoton are visiting Dr. and Mrs. W II. Oiddlngs. -Marshall Field Is pos ing a two wepkh" vacation with IiIh parprts, after which he will go to Woods v'lle, N II , where he has a position In I store. Mr. nnd Mrs, P.urdett H. Start of New York city are visiting In town. M si Margaret Shorrcy of Newport Is , asslng some tlmo with her father. Mrs. II M. Doane Is In Poston for a week. ENOSBipiGH FALLB. Mr and Mrs. II, J Dalgle of Iturllng-t-in w'th their son, Clifton, passed a few das here last week. Hank Examiner Fr.-nk J.. Fish was In town last week and went over the Iwxiks of the First National btnks, -C I. Marsh returned Friday from a few days' visit In Purllngton. Joseph Prnolt, who has been visiting hcru for two weeks, returned to Montreal Friday. W (J, Mnson, Y. M, CI. A., secretary for Franklin county, returned home from Silver Lako camp Inst week. The successes of these three seasons are In no small measure due to Mr. Mason as thn man "on tho ground," Austin Olnrk, Glenn Tlublee, Carlton Smith, Carol Cramton nnd Douglass Kimball returned the same day with Mr. Mason. John II, Mears re turned from Mnntrenl Friday. Mr. and Mr. II. C. Trudciu of IemlngHton, Mass., and Mrs. A. D, Trudenu of Sheldon visit ed Mr. and Mrs. J, O. Kimball Friday. Miss Alice Cnssldy, who is In tho employ of Kimball Prothers & Co., is on a vact tlon which sho Is passing with her brn ther, Fred, In 'Frellghsburg, Que. Mr. and Mrs. J, R. Morrison nnd son of New York are passing two weeks with Mr. and Mrs, It, F. Peed. Mr. Morrison Is an old school friend of Mr. Tleed, Orlenn Ieach of Philadelphia Is passing a few days with Mr. and Mrs. W, If, McAllister. Mrs, J. M. Jeffords nnd children nnd Mrs, ij, h. Springer nnd children went to Jtlvorsldo camp Saturday, whora they will pass a few weeks. Mrs. William Olll nnd hor daughter, Mrs. O. A. Poberts, nnd young child, all of Clranhy, Que., aro visiting another daughter of Mrs. Olll's, Mrs. H. F. Klmball.-Mr. rim) Mrs. J. CI, Oalnes returned from Cambridge. Sunday, whom they were palled by the death of Mis. (lalnes's grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Draper uro passing the week In Manchester, N. H. Mr. and .Mrs. O. A. Stevens left Saturday for Waterhury for a few days' ay. Mrs. A. J. I.avcry of Purllngton Is visiting her sister, Mrs. John Peanlnc Dr. Pertratid P. Judd, the New England representative of tho International Peform bureau, occupied the pulpit of tho Methodist Church Sun- tday morning, going from here to Itloh- ford, whero ho spoke In the svcnlng, Ho wan entertained nt the parsonage dur ing his stay here. A diiughter was born to Mr. nnd IMrs, Henry Duo Friday. A young horse belonging to Phillip Vnn cour, who ts employed by D. W. Ames, became frightened while hitched In the Micd In the rear of M. V. Perley & Co. 'a store Sundry morning nnd broke away. Dashing onto the street, ho took to the walk In front of Mason's drug store and then to the street, being caught near tho More nf S. Hurt. I.ueklly but few people were In the street. The buggy was smashed badly nnd the horse escaped with a few scratches. Mrs. Carrie King, mother of Mrs. F. n, white, Is nultP 111 at t' e parsonage. fleorge ', Ch.iplln Is parsing ii few days in Monlrenl.c. rj. Parties went to Purllngton Monday to enter the Mary Fletcher hospital for an nix ration on one leg which was injured by falling on the lee last winter. "Larry" CSirrtncr passed Sunday with his parents here. p. J. IrMi, who left here a week OK" Saturda for Mount Clrmens, Mich., ualklng by the aid of crutches, reports he has so far Improved ns to discard the crutches and walk four or live blocks and return without discomfort. He Is also nssitlng In the Western fnlon Tele graph ollice. Misses (Initio McAllister and Eva Planchard passed Sundiy nt their home in nichford. The concrete gang Is putting In a piece of walk on th" east side of Church street, where a fill was made last season. -Miss Ethel Enblee who has been in the family of o. Mrrll for several years. Is to take a month's vacation, which she will pns in Jericho with her mother. Mls Sadie Pnbke has resigned her posi tioij with the .seltlne Insurance agency. and will teach In the graded school of I.yndonv'll.'.-Mrs. 11. M. Martin !s piss ing two wedis with her parents. Mr am) Mrs. II. C. McC.ieeor In Swanton. Tho telephone ging went to Snnnton Monday to complete the line to Wot Swantnn. Fay H. Ovltt, E. E t. V. M.. '07 Is In stalling the electrical machinery In the offi-e of the EiiiK-hurgh Standard - Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Greenwood returned from their two weeks' outing at Caspian lake In Depiislioro Paturday -II. F. Peed has rented H. A. Fnlrbink's cottage at River side camp for two wreks. I,. II. Hart tool; H. D. Smith. C. F. Pmwn and It. W. Clark by automobile to Farnham, P. Q.. Pundiy. Mrs. Cellsta Stevens of Jericho, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Johna than Tnwle. Mrs. Susan Earabeo re turned Monday from a viFit to her sisters Mrs. Wheeler nnd Mrs. Sears in It'ch ford. Mrs. Jennie M. Colcord of PleV ford is visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. K. C.lbton. ENOSBURGH. Mrs. Mary S. Iwiverin Is visiting her cousin. Mrs. Warren Perley. Mrs. J. M. Wright, who has been with her daughter, Mrs. fj. P. Pejnlngton, of New York city for several months, has returned home. James Dibbey has recovered so far as to be able to dispense with the services nf William Peaulac of Sheldon, who has been caring for him for nlno weeks. The Woman's F. M. auxiliary will rret at the parsonage n-)th Mrs. Kent Thursday. Mrs. Warren Perley anil cousin, Mrs. Doverln, passed Saturday at N. J. Pasha w's. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wright passed the diy at Warren Pe--by's Tuesday. Mrs. Fred Cuvette wn called to flronhy to attend the funeral of her . rother last week. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. W. fi. Fassett Tuesday, July IR. Max K( ''.( was bap tized by immersion nt East Enoshurgh Sunday in tho brook back f the parson age. HIGHGATE SPRINGS. Mr. and Mrs. Stoddard .if Poston aro guests at the Franklin House. -Mr. and Mrs. t, W. Puffll nnd Mr. and Mrs. c. D. I,oukes of Hlghgate Center and Miss Pearl Itlcnid and Alice Dulvagc are among those camping brre -A large ex cursion from Montreal c.imo to Mlssls-c-'ol Park Saturday. MORSE'S LINE. Miss Nellie Cmnolly nnd Clarence Best of Hedford visited at Woodlawn S'unday. Mrs. J. Sutherland and daughter, Dora, of Montreal returned home Tuesday! They have been boardlnt for a few wnoks at Woodlawn, the home of Mrs. Chandler. Master Davis will remain fo- two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. It'll attended the funeral nf Edward Wilson at East Frank lin Monday. Walter I.. Hill and Miss Murle Ajirlerson returned to Hyde Par); Snturday. J. M. Hill has his telephone, line completed betwren here and St. Ar mand station. FRANKLIN. Camp Manuel broke up Friday. Over AO boys have been In attendance and all reported a good time.- Altnon A. Gates and family are nt Mrs. Mattio Richard's through ho.ylnp.--Mr. nnd Mrs. V. p. Pratt are the parents nf a baby boy. Sevnra) of tho old soldiers and friends of the late Edwin C. Wilson attended bis funeral at East Franklin Monday.--Meda IVriJaniln has taken the Hates farm, ami Lewis Steinhnur has moved to Hlgligate. FAIRFAX Mrs. Curtis Wheeler and daughter, Mary, passed several days at M. D. Wal ler's In Georgia last wwk. Mrs. M, D. Siiedd Is cry ill. Mr. and Jlra, F. A, Wood are visiting their daughter, Mrs. Ixmls Carpenter of Essex JunctiojB. Mr. and Mis. E. Ortnn, Mr. and .Mrs. Cleon Orton and daughter, Mr. and Mrs, p. S. Davison and Mr. and Mrs. Hiram King and family passed two days at "Kill Kara" camp at tho lako whero L. Orion has 12 Cuban boys who haw come to this country to Irarn tho language and cus toms. Mr. nnd Mrs. L. R. Tabor have re turned from a two weeks' visit with their son at Springfield, Mass. Mrs. Tabor and daughter returned with them for tho sum mer. Mrs, Clara Southard Is passing a fiw weeks with Mrs. Atherton Curtis of Georgl.1. Mr. nnd Mrs. I, C. llishop left July 10 for Newport to pass some time with their son, Hurt Mrs. Nellie Pt)er and family, Mrs. Eva Lane and sons will pass two weeks nt Hlghgate Springs. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Howard and family will Join them later. Miss MaMo Orton will leave this week for Silver Hay, N. Y,, ns delegate to the PaptlsV" convention there. Mrs. George -McNall Is not as well, Priifchton DhiiIpIh died Saturday at tho home of his nephew, Oscar Daniels, Na than Currier and Arthur Hallard wero In Bt. Albans Saturday, Mrs, llan lef Hoteh kls.s hna put a largo porch m Hie front of her house mid Is remodeling tho Insldo. Mil Carrlo Farnsworth Is visiting her sister, Mrs, Gnodall, nt Essex Junction. Miss Fannie Lowls Is passing two weeks with her parents at Plattstiursh, N. Y, Mrs. Hoy Parmati and son of Now York city nro guests of Miss Mary tJfford. Mrs. J j, P. Carlton of H'literford. N. Y Is tho guest of Mrs, Southard. BWANTON. C. VI. I'routy of Minneapolis, Minn., Is visiting relatives In Swnnton nnd vi cinity. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. O, Joiiph hnvo returned from Habrnvols, P, Q. T. W. Graham of Ottawa, son of John Graham, Canada Atlnntlc roadninster, nnd well known In Bwnntnn, has Just gr.nlunlcd from the Mc Cormlck Theological Col lego at Chicago, securing a scholarship under which ho goes to Edinburgh, Scot land, for further study, next month, with nil expensos paid. Oenrgo Zelgman for several years employed In tho Canada Atlantic yard hero, lias moved to Cotcau Junction. FTanklln Pettlt nnd family of Now York, who havn been touring Now England In n big nutnmoblt ant) who passed ft few days In Swatitrm, went to Montreal yesterday, The buildings of St. Ann's Fchool nrc being re-modeler) run) greatly Improved. Mr. Klbhey has been re-engaged ns principal of the Swnnton high school, his three year's engagement hnvlng expired. A plate glass front Is being placed In the Mead section of the plakc block. Chnrles Wntnot, n victim nf alcohol ism, had n runnwny experlenco Sun day evening Hint terminated In n sen sational tip-over near Undent's store. Wemct was fMicd out n tho wreck age nnd laid out on a Inwn whero h" wns flnnlly restored In his senses. No bones were broken. Horace Allen launched a 14-font ennnn this week. There is rnnslderablo complaint about the Utter ill the streets this season In the wny nf Ionic paper. It Is said tho Vlllaife Improvement branch of thn King's Daughters, which has accomp lished ro much In the wny of Improv ing the nppenrance of the streets, will take hob) nf the matter. C. C. Fletcher nnd family are In camp for the summer nt Pnndy point, West Swantnn. C. A. Webster Is at Newton Fnllrt. N. Y., thU week looking nftxr the lumbcrlnir In terests of George Webster & Sons. Nelson Coon was arrested Monday af ternoon by Deputy Sheriff Charles Jacques of St. Albans, on complaint of Mrs. George Miner. HvIiir on nunhy street, on the charge of attempting to set her house on fire. At a hearing before Judge Post, held nt the ofllce of Fttrman & Webster, nothing Incrim inating was brought out nnd Coon was dlschnrged. Former Pollcemnn II111I ker hns returned from Schenecetady, N. V., where he went to work on a street railway. MONTGOMERY Ami Nojes pifsed away on Tuesflny morning, aged 7i years. The funeral will be held Thursday. He lceves a wife and one daughter, Mrs. H. If. Fuller. -Mrs. Carpenter of Malone, N. Y., and Mrs. Sears of Rl"hfnnl weie called here by the death of their brother, Ami Noye. Mr. and Mrs. Arthu- Doyle of Lawrence, Mass., are visiting in town. Mr. nnd Mrs. Carry and son nf Northampttn, Mass., are visiting Pert Phelps. Mrs. XcIUp Clapp Llnday nnd children nf Manitoba aro visiting Mr'. Llndvay's motljer, Mrs. N. A. Clapp. Mrs. Smith V'nde nnd daughter nre visiting nt P. J, Wade's. C. L. Hutrhlns was given a surprise party Thursday evening by the K. of P.. tho occasion being his birthday. Mr. Hutch Ins was presented with a Morrlj chair. Refreshments were served and a very pleasant evening-was passed. MONTGOMERY CENTER Col. L. C. Lenvenn of Richmond was In town Sunday. A largo audience, listened last Sunday to a fnrmer nni. Kor, the Rev. J. E. Perry of North Troy, nt the Paptist Church. Ho exchnnged with tho Rev. Mr. Leroy. Miss Anna Ilnrdncre of Wlnooskl and her mother are visiting nt Dr. E. T. Prown's W. C. Pedell of Newport was in town Monday nnd Tuesday. Several from here aro at Franklin pond. Merritt Caiitlll has closed his barber shon and gone to North Trny. EAST HIGHGATE. George IC Shaw died nt his home Julv 10. arter a long nnd painful Illness of can cer of fie stomach. Mr. Shaw Is sur vived by a wife, one daughter, Mrs. Per ley Shsirrow of this place nnd two sons, George Shaw of Massachusetts and JnmeK Shaw with whom he resided. The fu neral was held at the house Saturday nt p. m. The burial iv.n In the fami'y lot In East Hlghgate cemetery. -Franklin Ishajn of St. George Is passing a few days with A. II. and F. . Marsh. Isaiah Cook of Enst Perkshlre visited his sister, Mrs. M. Shover, Tuesday and Wednesday. Miss Marion Rustedt of Rlchford was the guer.t of Mrs. V. It. Nye Tuesday and Wednesday Mrs, J. C. Stanton and son and daughter nnd Mrs. Cogglns, guests jt the Franklin House, Hlghgate Springs, visited Wednesday nt the homo of O. H.. Rlxford. O. A. lUxford returned with them for a few days' outing. Miss Nellie Cathn, Samuel nnd Harry Pullard of Swantnn worp guet' of Miss Henrietta Read Siturd.iy Miss Resile Plckford is attending the summer school n Johnson. -Mr. nnd Mrs. lister Guard of Sheldon visited Saturday at F. P. loach's, Mrs. Frank Cross of Hlghgate Cenfpr passpd Tupsday with Mrp. Hoippr Cutler. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Phelps of Puffalo, N. Y.. are passing a few days at the home of Mr. Phelps's mother, Mrs. E. J.' Phelns. f.MIss Chirlotte Osgood of Milton Is the guest of her cousin, O. A, Rlxford, this week. BUCK HOLLOW Tho funeral of Itruee Daniels. who died Friday, July 12, was held Monday afternoon. Supt. F. A. Wheeler orMuu son. Mass., Is visiting his brother, William Wheeler. Misses Mary and Giiiee Wheeler nre expeetfl frnyj New york soon.-H. M, Gregory passed Satur day and Sundnv In Purllngton. The Rev. J, G, Curlier will preach at Christ's Church, Sunday, July 11. The Ml.es Mary and Grace Wheeler of New York, arrived at tho home of fhclr brother. W, A. Wheeler, July !.-, for their summer vacation. W. II, Rood wns In Purllngton, Wednesday. Miss May Gregory Is quite 111. Miss Dell Gre gory, who has been visiting In Sheldon, returned home Wednesday, '.diss Irene Rood, who has been In Rurllnftton visit ing friends, returned home Tuesday. HILL'S GOLDEN OIL. The Grrnt Hriiler for Hmiinn Flesh, Morses nml Other IJonirstlp Anlinnlx.. It Is not claimed to be a cure-nil, but t will give prompt rpllpf nnd euro thn ail ments and diseases that It Is recommend ed for, nnd ns n general healing prepara tion them Is none on earth that excels Mil's Golden Oil. (nlv.) GRAND ISLE COUNTY, NORM HERO. After the Daly & Hannan company ba gan dredging In the "gut" nt Pow and Arrow point it was found thnt the work could bo dono without drilling anil tho four men put to work there by tho Rut- land railroad were sent elsowhero and the drill bout moored In the, bay, Mm. J. D. llnzun has trone to Alburyli where she Li to recclvo medical treatmont. A lino, doe, that wo being chased by dogs, tried to cross tho highway brldgo at live o'clock the other morning and got ns far us tho draw, whvn the tollkeepcr stuck his head out trf tho door frightening It nnd It Juniper) Into the lako nnd swam nshore. John IdngMniry has Just received a power boat from Amesbury, Muss. Presi dent Ezra Pnilnerd of Mlddlebury Col lege anil party hae gone Into camp on tho south end of Knights Island. Miss Iona Rny went to Youliers, N. Y., Thurs day night to visit friends. Mts. C. V. Hazen has returned from Rurke, N. Y. Tho foundation Is In for tho new school house at tho city. Rtnto ltid Commis sioner Gates was In town last iveek to look over tho work of Commissioner H. J. Feofecnnd pronounced It the best piece of Stnte woik ho ihad scon, Onhn Kings bury of Alliny, N. Y., has been building nn addition to Ills summer cottngo "1111 lalry," Just north of the court house, Tho llumleys of Nnrlhllold are occupy ing their cottage on Milliard's point. The 21 months' old son of Slnte's At torney Poliii H. Hnwrimn wns drowned In a tub "f water that was In the horse barn Tuesday forenoon about 10 o'clock. Mr. Hawrlcnn was away on business nt South Hero at the time of tho accident. iMrs. Hawrlc.m wn nlono and on going nut to the barn discovered the life less body of her son. It would appear that the. little fellow bent over tho edge of the tub to play In the water which was about In Inches deep for when found his body lay nems the edge with his feet on the lloor and his head In tho witer. .Mer rill Town, who wns 20 mds distant paint ing, was called and did all ho could to revive the boy. Dr. King wns at onoo telephoned for nnd nrrlved In 25 minutes from trip west shnro of Isle Li Motte, but life as found to be oxtlnct. (Continued nn ttb page.) RANGE OF THE NIGHTIN GALE. Countries In Which It .i'Ms nnd Sec tion Which It AvoiilH. The Idea of tho nightingale being a melanohoh Mrd might havu originated In the classl''il m th the not-was, It wo may bortow the literal tinnslallon of the Russian word for legpnd. For Philomela, the mi;htnig.ile tt the Greeks, wns once a human n alrlen win had known the paths of s' rrow. Arid to them the bird was still lamenting the n-nes of th girl, whoe tonctie lmd been cruelly cut out. The erra'je distribution of the nightin gale, says "i'' Outlook !s a curious and interesting pniblem In lerd life. No other bird In the Hrltlsh Isles !s so remarkably restricted In its range. Tho "delectable Duchy" does not attract it; It does not visit the EmcrnTd Isle; the "land of bro.v hiath and shaggy wood'' has no charms for It; only ono spot In gallant little Wales, the neighborhood of Cowbridg-, Is honored with Its vls ts. And In Eng land only on the e.v-t side of a lion drawn from tho mouth of the Tecs to the coast of Dorset does It find it-, fastidious taste suited. And In Franco It avoids the westorn part; rocky Prlttany knows it not. Many years ago Sir John Sinclair endeavored to Induce the n'slltlt'gile to extend Us summer range t-i "r'-ilpflonla stern and wild." Ms ntti I'ipt was' founded on the well known fact that migratory birds re turn 1nlhe spot where they were reared. Orders wee given to a London dealer for as niny nightingale's eggs as he could produce at the rate nf one shilling each. These wen despatched to Scotland nnd placed In robins' nests, where they wer3 dulj hatch -d and rented. Put they never returned t j Scotland nfter their autumn migration In Europe tho nlgl.tlnffale goes as fa" north us Copenlugen The reas.on for this curlousl restricted range Ii not known. But without wlshmg to propound any theory, we may note a curious coinci dent o between the g. ilngical structure of the rotlntry und the distribution of the blid, for the line m-citioned as linking tho range of the nightingale so-pirate the older frnm the vo uigor rock system VWs-t of this lln". w.eiv the n'g'Ulmnle is not found, nre the carboniferous an 1 still older ick.-; east of it. where the nlghrlnrale occur", nre the trlasslc and still younger rocks. And the little area in Wales honored bj the nightingale's pre sence Is an Island of younger rocks among Wales's morn an -lent strata. For some reason the nightingale would ap pear to piefer younger rocks. Attempts have been made from time to tlmo since the days of Aristophanes to expros the night. ngale's 'ing in tflla bles, to lmpoe. o'i Its thrilling music "the harsh captivity of words." Put, ns' Prof. Newton says, the ong is indescribable. VERMONT LEAGUE STANDING. Won. I.03t. Pet. IVirre-Montpeller S 2 ,srv) Rutland Ii .WO Purllngton 5 ,IH Plattsbnrgh 3 S .273 AMERICAN LEAGUE STANDING. Won. Lost. Pet. Chicago r2 27 .IKS Cleveland 17 112 .GDI Philadelphia H .12 .OT Itroit 42 S3 .6CA Now York 33 40 .407 St. Diuls 32 47 .4rti Poston 20 4S .377 Washington a 4S .312 NATIONAL LEAGUE STANDING. Won. Loat. Pot, Chicago .'! W .747 New York 46 1st .013 Pittsburg 40 30 .0"i Philadelphia 42 34 .652 Poston 33 42 .4411 Psooklyn 3" 4t. .fit Cincinnati 32 47 .403 St. Louis V) a .220 A CURIOUS DIAUGUH. A most blood-thirsty drama was being performed, The father of the leading woman ccine, a usunJ. to tho stage door and asked the dorkecper; 'Has my d-augbtor gone yet?" "No, she is still on the stage; sho 'will not die for some minutes." "Will you be kind enough to tell her as soon as she 1 "load that I am waiting for her at the theatre cafe?" U Mooto per Rid ore. AWKWARD MISTAKI1. Mrs. Upmore (making a ca)-"Why. this is you latent photograph, isn't it? It's an excellent likeness of you, but It Isn't so good of biby. Wasn't he" Mrs. Mghmus "Tho iiiMt Did you think the little darling in my Inp wn-s baby? That's Fldol" Chicago Tribune. WHY UK APPROVED OF IT. "My doctor favs I must tnko several successive deep breaths throe or four times u day." "That's a good thing." "What makes you think so7" "PeeaUH It will (five romobody else a rhanco to break Into the conversation." Cleveland rialn-Dealer. IN HUB MARKETS Quotations on the Leading Products In Demand lloston, .(tily 17. There Is n very firm inni'ket for hutti-i mid aouJ Juts arc j,'o luff Into bloi-iiKi? tit full prices. Hc relpts of choice cirnitipr.v nru rather siiialk'f. The Jobtun rpiolntlons nre: Choice nni'tlieiii ciptttnpt'.v, 'MtWJtV,'itV, western creamery, L'."Vtt-tiV4c; Vermont dairy, (ii'.T.e. Cheese is In tnoderate dnniund, prices being II i-iii nml tincliunpiMl. York Mate, Ii!V4(?ji:ie; Vt-i inoiit. 12y,n.ie. Weslefii ru'g .ire cotiiliiK In poor or der nml prices lake u wide nuige hm to quality. Cliolee lietint'iy nnd iicurby me consldenilily hlu'lier t tin n n week nt,'"' Choice lieuuer.v mid r.enrli.v. U.'l'c L'."ie; ciiMern extras, L'Wr'.'ic; western, 10 Qi H)c. The recent fnvonihle w rntlior litis enured liir?ei- .'ecelpts of seip-nnnlilo frnlls mid Vf"et.tl)les. nml lliese wllli n lighter dpinnnd nave lirotmlit n jreneral y lower ntnse of rjrices. Most of (lie smaller fruits nlso nre easier, mid the ftw Hint remain lilt;li mc so only bo cnno (hey nre aeateo. ( 'nciimlifrs nnd fiilibapfs linvo grown very niiirli cheap er. I.ediiu' is j.Iont.v mid ensy mid new heels and ctrroH are wrv reason able. A)jilr are dull. A l'ew nm rrls of Inst year's crop are till In Hie local coolers. Ttisinrinlmi fruit Is here mul has rt very fair sale nt ...MH,.", n box. The new sotiiliern crop Is very hit- this season. Only ;i Cow srnttrrintr lot have been received from Vlrslnln; at thN time lift year -lersey apples were here. I'.'.'iekberrles nre plenty, but mot of thpin nut very tonti. I'.ltn berries nro still rallier nlnli. Ittispberrles nre sciiree. There are not a event liimiy KtrawbeiTlcs In the ninrket. the native supply beintr pretty well exhausted Cnnteloiipes nre easy. The quotations on California, stock are fo" trood slilti ph'L' fruit; ripe lots go about .fi a crate lower. Potatoes have been strttiiy. but the drmand has not been verj brNlc. Ap parently the retiilleis slill Live a pood ninny old potatoes, for (liry nre uut buy ing: the new ote very frndy. Na tive ciibbiiiOi are tukiiiy the place of Ihn.-e I'nuii llin .oiitli, mid the latter are weak. .Native trinp Im-uiin are plenty nnd are pn ferred to thoe from the sr.ujll. Ktryptlan unlnns are In pond de mand: a few natives have appeared in the market, but tiiey are p all. Toma toes nre ko.iree. and fnnev ripe lot-; have a ready Mile nt f:ood prieei. Sqil.'i'.lies me dull and eti-y. Native ieas are cheap. Applew-Xrciinvp spies. f.".Ti7 a bar rel: No. 1 rur.eK IfiVtiS; domestic box fruit. .?L."iV(i2; Tasmnnlan. S'.MaU. Apricots California, $1. fo:ir-bul;ct erai". Perries Hl.iokherries, L'lTc a qt: bltieberrles, JilfinOc a quart: pooseber rles. fi'ille a quart; raspberries, jilnts, IliMe: cups. Sc: stra whirries,. 8'ii lHc a quirt. Cnntclnupes I'lorida. yi.T.'WJ n crate; (ier.rpia, .'.'..VMM; California puny crate-, .f.'i.oO; stund'ird crates. ?4.r,0. Currants Vorl; state, S5710c a quart. Peaches California. $1.7."3-.2." a box: Ceuipia. .?.,ift:!..n a carrier. Plum- ' 'alifotiilii. .1.7."J .7."i a four liasket eiute. I'citatm s- Amosrook (liven mountain-. .':."( -lite a bushel; MnUnia red, 'J.l tVi.'i)e; llli'Js. l.'.Vi ;.';()(; new southern stock, 5l.'"i',i2..".0 a barrel; sweet pota toes. North Carol, n" , lli-LoO a crale. Iteiins S;rir.p bians, native preen, S2.."u n bitsbe!; t,i, $2.10: southern preen, gift a ba-ket: wax, "O'V 2. l 'tietltilber Hothouse, .Sl.n'ri.-'J a box; N'orlolk. 7."eiiSl.2." a liasket. C.ibbapes .Vative, $1.2.") a barrel; Loup Island, .V'1.2." a barrel; r.altlmore, $K1. ''." crate. I.etiiiee. etc Lettuce, ICltiiir.e a box, romaine. ,"(lr ;i dozen heads; escarole. "."ef'St a dozen heads; chicory, irVr 7.1c. a dozen heads: mini, Lie a dozen bunches; wntercrt -s, ao.- a dozen bunches.; parsley, 2.1c a ht;hol. Onion- Kpyptiens, :?."..",rW74 a two bushel Imp: locks, .i a dozen bunches. Hqiinslio Suiiibern marrow, ?2 t crate; summer. 1 a crate, Tomatoo' nuthouse. l.ie n pound; Norfolk. .S2i2..'0 a crale; .Mississippi, Sl.::i a crjte. Turnip- Yell )v, S2!j''.."-0 a bnrrel; French white-, ."tic'i.'f 1 n Imp; white bunch, 2.V a dozen Imiu'li .Miscellaneous liunoh beets, '-WIlOe n dozen btinehc-; carrol, .? 1.7,"fit2 a btishil: bunch carrots. 2.Vii.'!.ie a doxen bunches; epppliiuts. ?l a crate; native pears, "."cfiiSi a bushel: pepper, S2..M) a crate; radishes, 7.V a box; celery, 'iZrCii $ a bunch; okra, a crate; mush rooms, $1..i072.."i0 a baskft; caullllower, na live. 2 a dozen. There Is ome i' repul.irlty In smoked n'eat, but other pork provisious are steady and unclrniped. Kreli beef N very slow of sale, as the (rade does not vpiiuil readily to the lnt advance in prices-. Receipt- nre normal. The limitations are: Kxtra sides, !) l-lltltic; L-ooiI. S'd'Oe; lipht, 7"-ISiS l-lc; Ii;ivy Iilnds, iHf,M2H: pood. )0''('illc; llallt, P'.2(7(10 --lc; heavy fores, 7 1 if-'Sc; pood, 0H('7e; lipht, (Witt Mc. There is a sle.idy market for lambs and yenrllnps at the recent advance. Veals are steady, rqirlup lambs, Mrfjf 17c; fall lambs, I2rtf 1 lie; year) Inp. !)jf 10c; muttons. S7?(!ie: veals. H.;llc, There Is an easier market fur broilers, but western Iced fowl are tlrm and hlpuer. Native broiler chickens, 2C(; 2Sc; western broilers, 22(iJ2Jc; fresh killed northern fowls, Hie; western jced fowls, 14ft Hue; native ducks, l.Vr7i"p. Hay and straw nre dull and easy, but unchanped; inlllfeed Is quiet but steady. Hay, choice, ?2(i; No, 1, $24: lower prades, S10 5(Vr722; rye straw, $U g!4.50; oat straw, SWill. GRAIN AND PRODUCE. quotation In Nut York, Bten and Chlcasn MarKrla. New Y'ork, July 17. WirKAT Receipts 22,40). Sales 3,000, 000. July closed Wc; Sept. P01XJ1.00-H! close J1.00; Dec, Jl.'CH'Sl.Oi; closed J1.03i; May ll.Wtfl.OTW. dosed J1.07. CORN-Recclpta 105,030; exports 157.0.10. :-f-.iturca 132,0(0 spot, Option mnrket was without ttani'.ocllons, closing i,i to c rot lower, July closed nt dl'Mej Sept. Closed lit C2i- Dee, closed lit Ct'l; Mny Closed at 00c. OAT'S Receipts C3.300. Spot steady, COFKUE The market for coffee fu tures opened steady at utiohnnP"l prices. an advance on encouraging Ktiropcan, markets being prevented apparently by some Wall Street solllm? and liquidation of July owing (o light notices. Iviter however, the market Improved nllghtly on support from leading trade Interests nnd n scattering demand uttracted by tho light Uramlllnn receipts. Tho close was steady, net unchanged to Ovo points higher. Sales wero reported of 25,2T,0 bags Including! .July at JC.fOUri.C; Sept. ;.fvar,.6; Dec. J3.61;; March. 43.75 and May at Spot coffee steady. SUGARS Raw flrni, fair refining 3.334c: centrifugal t, test 3.M'e; mol asses sugar .1.0SV4! rollnt-d steady. BOSTON PRODUCH MARKET. Poston. July 17, FLOUR rinur Is easier; Spring pa tents, mill shipment. JS.SOii.-.O; winter patents. $t,75ftT; winter straights, J4,nig' 4.70; winter clears, $4..1C?M.50; Kansa-? pa tent". S4.75flfi.10. CORNMHAIj AND OATM RA t Firm tn-dav: Pay cornmcal, $t.C4ff 1 K; barrel 2.7ri2.SO; granillntcd. tMhfftX'fli lwlted, J3.15f3.f): rolled oatmeal. fW3.50; cut and ground. KMWG; ryo flour, ttlft.CO; graham. 3.7ftft 4.;.. CORN Corn Is easier lo-rlav: Spot steamer yellow, Wic, No. 2 yellow, 03c j No. 1 yellow, f.lc; for rhlpment, all rail, No. 2 yellow, fllftRSHr; No. 3 yellow, 03 ff0; lake anil rail No. 2 yellow C3'AfiG4c; No. 3 yellow. nS'i'(13l0. OATS -Oats nre riulet and easier: Spot No. 1 clipped white, He; No. 2 cllpp'd white, f,;H-c; No. 3 clipped white, S-c; rejected while, f.le; for shipment, 7ft to ?A lbs. filKc; ! to 40 lbs, r,2c; 41 to 42 lbs, 62'fc'?in3e; fancy, it) to 42 lbs, MW.'ittic; lake and rail. 35 to 40 lbs, MffJIVfcc, Au irn't shlpm, n. 30 lbs, 43t..c. HAY Hav and straw aro dull and easy; mtllfcei s quiet but steady to-day: Hav, choice, JSl; No. 1. $24 lower grndei, tK.yijl2: rye straw, J14TD 14.r,0; not straw, Sinfilt; lake and tail shipment, sack spring bran, S2y?22.7ri; winter bran. SVHZXX): middlings. S23.23g C.".; mixed fee.1, 2XWrfW; red dog. 27.D(V: "H; cottonseed meal, J2S.C0; linseed meal, j:ri.3o. PORK Pork provisions are steady nnd unchanged as last quoted. PUr?F-Qn!ot but steady. Kxtra sides. lof?lCs,-j good. ',TiOs,''; light, SSVQ Oc; heavv hinds, i:i;Til2lc; goo-1, lU' 12c: light. ienfJ1lc: hcav fores, 7iSS14c; good. 7'Ti7i4c: light. fl'JfifiMc LAMPS AND VD A LS Steady: Spring lnmb, 14T?13c; fall lambs, 121J13C; year lings, Office; muttons. SfJPc; veals, 10gi He. POULTRY Poultry Is steady: Native brolb-r eh kens, IWjIsp; western broilers 22fi24c: freh killed northern fnwlo, ICc. wotern Iced fnwls, HfillVjc: native ducks ir.fi7c. I'.CCS There Is a firmer market for all clinic nonrh' eggs, and prices nre quot ed higher nt: Choice hennery nnd near bv, :4fi2fic: eastern extras, 21tT23c; west ern. If.fllS. PUANS-Reans nre quiet at: Carload lots, pea, SI. 7a; 1.73; medium, Jl.63fil.70; yellow eve, Jl.J0fl1.s3: red kidney, 52.40. 2.30: California sjioll white. J2.232.30; green peas, JJ.SOBI.W; jobbing prices, 103 13o higher. I'OTATOKS Old potatoes aro quoted higher at fi'TiHo for the best Arnostnck stock, choice new being quoted nt J2.23A; 2.30 bid for Hose, Cobblers and Dew- drops. SVOA RS- Refined suprrs nre verj firm, granulated and line being quoted as a basis at 5.10c. CHICAGO PRODUCn MAP.KET. Chicago. July 11 VH1:AT-July fiic; Sept. PSlJC. CORN July f.3c; Sept. al'tcW-'ic OATS July 43ijc; Sept. 3Sic. Pi IRK -July J1C.12'2; Sept. J10 32U. LARD July Tili; fcpt. JS.P21A. HIPS July J'.37ir;, Sept. 5.ri3.57M:. Cash quotations were as follows; W1IKAT Spring No. 2. WiffJl-01 ; No. 3, et'nfic: No. 2 red. S!isifl'0-ysC. CORN No. 2, 33ic: No. 2 yellow, 53c. OATS No. 2. 43U-c: No. 2 White, Jl.02: No. 3 white, 4i'Tfl7c. ItYH-Nn. 2. Mc. PARL1CY C,nt feeding harlcv, &Vg33c fair to choice molting. Cnc FLA-N'SnivD No. 1: No. 1 north western Jl .25. TIMOTHY-Prime seed. J4 m. CLOVPP Coiitrnct gr.ules 513 50. SHORT RlPS-Sides (loose) i!.33'i7,':.33. MKSS PORK (per Mil.) $lii 12M.-jJl-5.25. LARD (per 100 lbs) J.72'm. SIDKS-Shnrt clear (boxed) J-.73-7!t.0A. YHISKHY (Pnsis nf high wines.) J1.31. PL'TTKR On the produce exchange to day the butter market vas tlrnt; creatn- eiies, 21 "a 23c; dairies. ltt--.fl221.5C. (3COOS Firm; nt mark cases Included 13fll4Hc; firsts 14c: prime firsts lfc extras; cheec, steady IKiJlS' ic LIVE STOCK MARKETS. Qiiolntloni for Cntllr, Sheep and Hess t Tierr York. Nei.- York, July 17. RKRVER Receipts 1,702; steers slow nnd 10c lower; bulls and cows firm nnd fully 10c higher, all sold. Steers J3 40-K 0.70; hulls) $3 40fl4.SO; cows Jl.P0rf4.rA Dressed beef steady a OfilO,-, Kxports to-day 023 cattle nnd fi.COO quarters of 1 'Cf, tn-mo'-rnw i.Sft) quarters of, beef, CALVRS -Receipts 2.245. Market active nnd veals 25flf.Oc higher than Monday's close. Piittermltks strong, nil sold Veals t5.50fTf--.rn: tops J?.75; throw outs ( fiOfiS; buttermilks J4-T4.50. Dressed calves firnier, city dressed veals SH"J 12i5c; country dressed "WlHJe. SHKKP AND LAMPS -Receipts 7.201 S ieep In light supply nnd steady; lambs w but steady for goo1 stock; nbout R cars unsold. Slieep J1 5n and J3.50; culls J3 and M.25. Lambs $0.50 nnd $7.50; culls fJW and (i. ))OOS Receipts 7,5s. Market a trifle higher at K-.OOflfi 03; pigs $0,703175. PRICE OF HOGS DROP. Cnlven Were lllnher nt llrlghlon This Week. Poston, July 17. The local live stock market yesterday, was steady but slow. Prices on host suffered a drop from those quoted a week nso. In calves alone was there nn advance, the prices on tho other stock remaining firm. The prlcn for hogs both live and dress, ed fell 'c from IrsI week's quotation, whilo the same fraction represents the advance In the prlcn of calves, Sheep, lambs and beef cattl of alt gradrs were quoted nt tho same prices ns they havo been bringing for tho past month. Llttlo spring lamb was in evidence and sold for prices ranging from $4 to J8 a head. The cause of the falling oft In the price of hogs wns duo not only to tho largo supply brought In to the local market yesterday, but nlso to tho fact that the western market hns dropped In tho last few days. Among the sales yesterday, were: W. A. Rlcker. Bt, Johnsbury. Vt., 15 cattle, K. J. Piper, Mlddlebury, Vt., 30 cattle, 4"i calves, 22 hofts, Summary of prlre-" Hest beef cattle. 4'55'Ao: lower to mn. dlum grades, V.Vir; calves, fitWc; jaogs, 40.1010,25; dressed, r.'ic; sheep -fciCa; lnmbs, MAG. N3W YORK COTTON MARKET. New York. July 17. Cotton futures opened steady. July $11.43; Alljrus-t J11.K4, Sept. $11.40; October $11.75; November : Dec. $11. SI; January $11.87; February $11. M bid. Cotton futures firm. July JIl.sO; auk. $11. fit; Kept. $11.62; Oct. $1111: Nov. $11.00; Dec. -,12; Jan, $12 05 Fob, $12.00: March $12.15, April $12.13; Mny $12.23. POSTON COPPICR -MAHKRT. Poston, July 17. Coppers wero heavy to-dny. Amalgamated wan a leader In tho heaviness of tho last hour. Prlcn changes wero small until near tho clcm-j when lending stocks dropped sharply. DL'TTDIl MARKKT. Poston, July 17. nt'TTDR-Ri en dy-Nrrt b nrn 27Hf? 2c ! western i5fi27c; dairy 24If2fie, CHHF.SR Steady. Vermont twin 124 13c. BURLINGTON MARKETS. Wlinleialo and ltd alt ITIee FnraUk' ert by I.nral Htalr. Quotations In local markets of th city pre as followa: tVIIOLES.CLE. Peef. drei-red ,. .OSg.lOVi Putter, c-eamery, print! or boxes, 1) 2S Putter, d.tlry to ship ,23 Chickens 23 Eggs, doz., strictly fresh .... .11 Fnwls ' ,10 Hogs .lYTij Lambs 12V? 13 Potatoes, bu TjJf.SO Sheep .IS Veal . RETAIL GROCERIES. Asparagus, bunch f ,tf Peets, new " .10 Putter, creamery, prints .... .32 Poxes ,20 Putter separator creamery .. 7 .30 Cabbage, new .08 Carrots, new .03 Cauliflower, esh ,M Celery, bunch. " .23 Cheese 1SQ.29 Chicory .20 Chlve3 BO Cucumbers, each ,03(iJ.IS ICggs, strictly fresh .22 Egg plant, each JO Escnrolle ,20 Flour, bread, hbl $;n0 Flour, pastrybbl JG.OO C.reon String Peani .10 Greer. Mint .10 Oreen Peppers. d07. .60 Greens, pk .25 Oreen Peas, qt 0? lyettuce, Poston ball, hea4 .. .10JF 12 lcttuce, home-grown, head.. M'U vy Maplo Sugar, lb 1243 Maple. Syrup, gal $1.1501.25 Onions, Permuda .US Onions, Spanish ,0t Parsloy, bunch 19.19 l)tntocs, new pic ,d Potatoes, bu. old CO01.OO I'otatoes, Rermuda, peck S5.!)0 Rhubarb .05 Radishes, bunch .05 Spinach, pk 25.3fi Summer Squash .50.10 Tomatoes, soiuhern. lb ,20 Tomatoes, hot house,' lb .25 Turnips, new .as Water Cross .la '.V'nx benns .10 RETAIL MEATS. Beef, roast, lb .UO.25 Calt Pork, lb ,l2.j Sirloin Steak, lb .20 Chicken, lb KIQ.22 Corned beef, lb 05 15 Fowls, lb .10 Hams, lb .11 Hams, prossed, lb .11 Lamb, forequarter, lb .U4 Lamb, hlndquarter, lb .25 Loaf Lard, lb .14 Pork Chops, lb .IS Hams, sliced, lb .a Pork, roast, lb 10O.1S Pork Steak, lb IS Porterhouso Stfiak, lb .26 Round Steak, lb 15g 20 Roasting Chickens .30 Salt Pork, lb .12 Blrloln Steak, lb .10 RETAIL FEEDS. Beans, du..., 2.0092.51 Bran, old cwt 1.S5C1.40 Hay, baled, cwt N.M Hay, loose, ton JJ.OCXH4.00 Meal, new corn, cwt 1.40 Middlings, strictly fl- . cwt 1.50 Middlings, coarse, cwt .. .. nt Oats, bu 5S.60 Provender, No. 1 cwt .. ,. 1.30 Provender, No. Z cwt - 1.40 Btraw, baled, cwt .40 Straw, baled, ton 1.03 tvettail FJiurr. Apricots, doz .20 Bananas, doz lOCj.to Blackberries, qt ISff.M BlUPborrJes, qt .22 Cherries, native, lb 15 Cantelotipo 1&S-.15 Currants, qt 12VS FIks, lb 159.20 Grape fruit, each 10.1W Lemons, doz 2o330 Oranges, doz .... .... .300.60 Pineapples .30 Teaches, doz 2CC.35 Limes, doz .11 Watermelons .CO riums, dor. 201J.25 Strawberries 12iViJ.15 DAMAGE BY CLOUDBURSTS. Hriuy Itiiln lu West Vlrajlnlu IlnlN romU WuslirU Out. nikins tV. V.a., July 17. Clomlbursta and henx-j rains to-day have caut-d much damage along tho -western Maryland rail road between Thomas and Klklns that It will not be possible to operate that por tion of the road for at leat 24 hours. A'l telephone and telegraph wires nr down between Tarsons and Klklns. Rain la still falling and railroad ofrlolals fear eien greater trouble. Tho Dry Fork railroad Is rejirted under water and on the PnJtlmore A Ohio railroad there has been trouble iwrtween Terra Alto and Orafton, Including wash outs and landslides. Since nlno o'clock this morning theio havo been no trains o er that division. The dam at Thomas has been weaken ed nnd It Is feared It will give Way pre cipitating several millions of gullons ot water Into Client and Tyearts valley. The coal and Iron branch of the western Maryland road between Klklnn and Dur bln Is reported tied up by wash-outs and landslides. DISTINCTIVE STOR.MS IN nUSSIA. Rt. Petersburg, July 17.- Reports trim central and southern Russia say that tho crops have been badly damftgod lu ninny districts nnd destroyed In those of Klelt and Volhynlji by heavy ralin and hall. Several permits have lost their llvei by flood-