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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TLMKH: TIIl'USUAY, tjlTOIihlf 'Jm, miim
I rnOMPT ATTKNTIOV iIFV TO AM, 'I'HONll AM) .M Ml' OKIM'.HH. October 28$h 1909 TO-DAY 3d Call 3J Prlvatt Exchango Cenneetliig All leparlmonts Oriental Bus u Many Rugs were sold yesterday but there arc many more , exceptionally choice ones to be will sell every Rug before the W A R N St Sri 1 M i Km i The beauty of a woman's figure is brought out to the best advantage by the use of the WARNER Corstitii. The stylish. KVifmfdv. Riiv.nlfi lines of these Corsets are tnmreciited hv women 1- Ji II who know that a correct corset gowning. Warner Corsets have been land has so many good qualities of style, grace, durability and comfort. The woman of to-day demands the "Warner." This make offers the widest range of styles there are sev eral exactly suited to your figure. Tf vriuv noriirp ir. ctnnt wn ports, reduces, lengthens the waist a perfect foundation for this lorm it reason. If you are slight, there is a Warner model, while it gives a hint of roundness where roundness means beatity, reveals to 3 fullest effect the dasmug straight jaiviiix i3rijjiiJ-fiJj mui-'iiLo ai. ai.uu SIX MODELS AT 1.50 FOUR MODELS AT 2,00 FOUR MODELS AT 3.00 H II 1 II BUM IWIII illllll IIlll IWIWBIII I I Tailored Linen Waists, underpriced, $1,25 worth $2.00 Many women will be pleasantly surprised to learn that we are able to offer them real round small price and they are the smart tailored models, too, that are of four rows of cluster tucks, another with the plain shirt front and pocket. All have the laundered linen collar and heavy deep tk cuff bands. They are nev, fresh all sizes. OBITUARY. sViilter 'linfer. Walter Shafer of Du'k stent tiled Frl 3ay nmrnlim' if'"' a "h"' ' HI"" 'lth ,. ,i f,.r.,. The funeral s held at ,..t....i, i: r,kv nfieri,o,,n fi inn the i Impel at Dake View rem-tci y. The hoy , 'rs' Alclse r.ourber, died at their Is survived !' his iiarents, ids mother lio'iie m S i IkIH avenue yest. rdav mom belnc ill with pneumonia, two brothers ' "1C- T1'" f"""! will be held from t. aken 111 Friday mornlnj,' with typhoiu ' fiver. Sirs. Mary .1. N halon. Mrs Mary J. Whuhiii. aned H dlfd Patunlu aflirnoon nt the Pirn Idf neo Orphan asylum, after a buiK Illness with Kf-neral dehlllt. She 1? survived hy nun inn, Cornelius Whalon of Noith avmue, nnd a daughter Mrs. Ulls-aliotti rerrln jf Ilnvlon. The fiine-al was held Tuesday moiniuK at umo o'clock from it Mary Cathedral. It If II Mlllll.etl, Helen the two yrnrs old dauuhtor nf Mr and Mrs. Joseph Shiiekett filed Sun i1tv at her home after a short illness with ehnlern. The funeral wns held Mondaj. 1Iwn llellii I'nrmtl, Miss Delia Foinnt. ned f!2, filed al her home on SI. I'.ml slrent Saturday after a Ifipg illness. Tho funeral was I, eld Mondav innrnind from HI. Joseph's ' lunch. Itnlh Shnnley. News of the denth, nt 7:W o'clock yes terday tnornliiK. "f ells-s Ruth Shanley fill he received villi sorrow by a largo rlrcte of friends who have followed her lone nnd patient stniPKln for llf o. A tnvero Illness with pneumonia In tho Hiring of IS07 left her In a weakened run Jltlon nnd tuberculosis divelfiped, uot Rlthiitnndlng the fact that every effort mis mado to prevent It. Shu spent the fullnwIiiH winter In AshovlUe, N. C, and Rent to Dnkn Placid, N. tor tho sue reeding summer nnd winter, reluming to Huillngtoti last March, ltli im Im provement in her condition. Slucn then ho hu- lenialiied at home, recelvlliK the tender e.iro and hi teiithin of a devoted 'athi "' hen she was obliged to leavn ichool after eomtdfllng tbe grammar grade her lovable traits bud won for her many staunch friends, whoso sympathy will go out to the bereaved father, sister The Old Flee Hive THE SECOND DAY ... of the . . . ll sold. The prices we are quoting- sale ends. Ctpriglt. ;i Ftnthyn Stanlaus E R ' S COSSETS j-a- . !A is the foundation of perfect H designed by experts no other U lip VP n Pnrcpf tlml rrontW snn. r5 line, flattens the hips, makes m tracing modes of the present away lines ol the new figure. f thread linen waists at such a and exceptionally attractive 5ij and two b' ether She tnv m l.er 17ih year. The funeral will be held from her home nt fi'll South Fulfill street t-nun ruw nf ternoon at I:"n n , loci: and tin- interment will be In I.ako View cemiii-iy. Aufcde, the fix months' old 'on of Mr. , w"m "" 11 o'clock with inteimeiit in Mount Calvary comet ei y. INFORMATIONS FILED. All, re Allrueil VIoliitlmiN of the l.lipior l.mv li.v l.leellse Holders, State's Attorney II. II. Shw filed In formations In Chittenden coumv emirt yestenlay against Hyron Al Iiml,l,in, who conducls a second class license place for thn sale nf Intoxicating liquors on Cherry Hunt, nnd against James A. Mioiill, who Is proprietor of a fourth class license place. Two Information were filed against Sir, Lambkin, llieie being one count In one Infoiiunllon and two counts In thn other, The counts am for selling, delivering and for shipping Illinois to Monlpeller. a no llcense town. The license to Mr Lambkin Is ginnteil hy thn illy li,vi, rnnnnls .Mnnci's. In the Information ngninsi Mr. Merrill thete h one count for selling, ills licenso Is granted by tho secretary of state. Jltdgo W. W. Miles fle,l tlie ball In both Informations brought against Mr. Lambkin at V.W ench. which wns fur nished by J. J. Flynii. In the Information against Mr. Merrill ball was fixed at piO, furnished by Fred Howes. WORK FOR A fiARDHNint. A major In a certain regiment has n .'ical contempt for Incapacity of nny kind, and Is somewhat Impatient. A ser iciiul complained to him that Im could gel no man to undeitaku tho duty of barber to tho company. "Is thero no gurdnnnr In tho company?" asked tho major, tnalllv "See If you ca 1 (Inil fine, and send him 1,1 me," Tho mini was duly suit, hut. 0:1 11,11, Ing ordeiH to act us h.irhei, vouluicil 10 expostulate. "Croat guns:" 1 ri, ,1 the nun,,! imi c'H i-11 gr.i -s v ,,1 ,.ii , Hi 1 ir( ip, ni i do It!" Tlt-Rlts, CITY NEffi i Tim engagement nf Add R. Rttell a ml Miss Margaret 5!. Chestnut Is announced. A. K. Mltlguy nf Fnosburgh Falls b.n accepted n position lis traveling salesman for tho Strong llnrdwaro company. The engagement of Henry C. Clement. t V. XI., '01, anil Ailn I,. Mnrcy of Rutherford, N, J., a announced. A daughter wns horn Friday night lo Mrs. Francis J. Rico. .Mr. Rice illel it few weeks ng;o. Tho football tinm defeated tho team from Norwich Fnlverslly al Centennial Hold ycslcrduy hv n some of 11 lo 0. IN W. Nnsh, formally of the. firm of i Ifnwthorno & Ssish, has pnrehaed tho ' ...mmi wuaincps III l,i Aon i hnmplnln street. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. V. Hunt nnd fnmlU- who hnve lived In this city for thp past 11 years, havo none to Sprlnclleld, Mass,, to reside, as Mr. Hunt has, a position there. Tho reception nt the Kthr.n Allen club house to the officers of the lath United Stntes cavalry, set for Inst evening, wns potpoppd because of thn death ef (Jen. O. 0. Howard. In probate court yesterday In the es tate of Oliver I.aniorn., 12. H. Taft wns nppolntid administrator and O. I'. Hay and J. P. pcrwny were appointed apprais ers nnd commls'doners. John I.nnieoiie, a commercial traveler, resldlln; at GS Main street, and Mist; Marli- Stelccrt of Maple stieet, were mar riid on Saturday afternoon by ft, D. flra ton, Justice of thn pence. In p i filiate emu I Ttie.'day In the es tate of Mary (!. Seversnn or nurliiiRton a settlement nnd decree wns made. A net tlPluelit and decree wnf nlso made In thn ORtntp of Thomas D .Rood, late of Milton. The IIov. CJ. G. Atkliif-, T). D., formerly pastor of the Hist Church of this city nnw now of llctrolt, Mich , has accpted a call tn til. Cential CoiiKreuotlonal , Church of Providence, H. 1. The board of aldermen at a meeting hist nveninc adopted a resolution on c,en. Howard's death and offeted the family a burial lot In any one of tho city cemo tei ies. William T. Cm lis of this city, an en gineer, has flltil a petition In bankruptcy with Cieik F. S. Piatt of the Fnlted States court. He has liabllltleo of J371 and assets of $213, of which In claim ed to bfs exempt. Hi nest narrow, who hns no particular plain that ho can call home, was ar iuikiipiI bffore Justice Stearns yesterday lor being a tramp. He was sentenced to , 1o days In Jail and seemed to be much pleased at tho prospect. Charles Ro--s, charged with lntoxici tion was gen a hearing Fridav of lernoon in city court. He plemled not! sri.Uty but was lounil sullty nr.d given a t'ne of T, and costs of Jxtr,. He will serve hie nln itiatlve of ten d,is in jail. State Auditor II. F, Ornhum was In the , It v 'I'huisday and made the quuitorly Inspection of the hooks of t'ne clink of the city couit. He left a check for J1 ,CT.r 4', to defray th-; expenses for the I.ist quarter. A decision In the divorce ease of Hlizab, th I;. Halter vs. Walter W. Halter was rendered in eountv court Thursday, th- petition being granted. Raker Is serving a teim nt A lndor for robbing cottages nt Starr Farm Reach. The rase of Addle Covey vs. Marshall Rogers and John Rogers and IaiiiIs L. Rotei trustees, was entered on Satur dav m Chittenden county couit. It Is an in i lo n of assumpsit to recoer $1,0). Join, Doyle was placer! In Jail on Patur ,l i' . . l.niped with lobbing his brother, .lnif- Dnjle, of a suit of clothes valued .it V" a pair of shoes valued at $3, a suit ease valued at ?1 and other i, i, lis to tho value nf I ,, to date 410 licenses to lesldrnt hunt , - .ind seven licenses to non-residents ' i been granted nt thn elty cleik's of .'' ' Although thn dPin.ind for licenses I 'liminlshed since Mondav, several ap , . .ition.s aie being made each day. IMwird Mai telle was arraigiied befoie ? iti,-e Deberville Tiuflav, tdinrged a lb '1 second offense of Intoxication. Ho i , lulled guilty and was sentenced to servo I " days in tho counl Jnll. Anotlier ea"u ' ,f theft is lending against Mnrlellu. Joseph .Meyers and Miss Mabel I'ayea, l,olh of Walnut stieel, were quietly iitirlfd Monday night at St. Joseph's i Chill ch by tho Rev. J. A. Inoutuie. Tun witnesses were Alfied Hernaid ami Mrs. Ix?ander Hernler. A petition In bankruptcy has been filed with Fnlted States Clerl: F. S. PI. tit in Rutland by Henry J.inu:- Ih iy of this Hy. His assets are $1,201 i,.nl l!ahiiiies 1 -fe'.II, of which J2(1ij Is claimed to be i Xl lllpl. Intelligence of the m.urlage of Miss I mi Siors. foimoily of this city, to lieiiiy J Archambault, was recelveil Sat in, lay in town. Tin' wedding took place in Worctsler, Mass., wliero the gloom Is engniicd in the grocery business and the bride was employed as a stenographer. Tho sheriff's ileparlnient on Saturday l.iglit se.iiched the place of Fied Ploof on North liend stifet, wlicu; a two gallon jug containing whiskey and a pitcher partially filled with same refresh ment was found Tin- place of Joseph 1'lofit on I'ltkln street wns also searched but 110 liquor was discovered. The ease of Charles A. SI101 tleeves Construction Co. vs. Rote Lnilmio, ,m notion of 'bonk account concerning the c-onstiuctlon of a block at the corner of Hvde and North streets, was taken up Tuesdny In Chittenden county court lie fore Judge Miles. 11. S. Peck appears for the plaintiff nnd M. S. Vilas fot the de fendant. (leorgo M. Fariliigloii uunoun, i s the niarringo ol his daughter, Lorn N., to 1-Mwaid I). Ashley of this clly, which o,--cuiivd at Woodsvllle, N, II., O, lober the ciMcmouy beliu peiioiini,! hi lb, Rev. C. 11. Farnswor Hi, p,isl,,i of tl,e Methodist Chur-cli. Mr. anil Mis Asblej will bo at homo at North I'nion street after November 2. J. William Powers of North Fnion stltot, nn ernployn or the, Fieo i'less news room, had a hone in one ankle broken Saturday afternoon while playing football nt Athletic Park. He wns taken to the Mini' Fletcher hospital h , R, Thomas, who happened lo be pasblns by a few minutes after the nccldent. The hone was net n 1 the hosplinl and the patient is doing will. Ailltli- "I u 1, ii, hi wi in llled Tues- 1,1 n" "I' 1 Hid city clerk nt ""' 1,1 ' I , 1 mini, for the purpose "' 1 1 11 ' ' i w pupils In the Helnew ' lh 'I, 1 I,, u,n 'i'hn KUbseilbers me I '' I'liUK-h Street, M. H. K'-en me ,,f isn f..i sheet. I. M. Hre ' - ' ' 1 if " Church street, .losepli Frank ' ' ull-il, slienl ami M. Willi! llf N'OI til W I s,.,i j 11 uni.u.tl muetlni; of tho Men's Sodul By Our Formwia. Wo produce In Hood's Sarsnparllia a mcdlclno that has on unnp proncliod rocord of euros of Scrofula, cczeiim, eruptions, catiirrli, rheumatism, itni'iriia, nervousness, Hint, tired feeling, loss of appetite, eto. This combination and proportions of the more than twenty different remedial tifionts contained in Hood's iSarsaparilln lire, known only to ourcelves, bo thero can he no substitute. This medicine makes healthy nnd strniii; the "Littlo Soldiers" in your blood, thoso corpuscles that llht the disease (jurniB constantly nttiickinj.; you. union wns held nt the Methodist Church pailurH lYIdav evpidtiff. A xhort huxliiess met tine followed liy an Intei e.stlhi; hut - ..... V. I 1. .. ... ... llllornilH IIlll. on -,liuillllil n I'roi. . T. .Tiu kni.in. occupied the time The follow- 1 HI oriccia lor ui unruii!K yrnr were elected: President, C. Howloy; vlce-prcs Ident, i'rnf. W. T ..Inckmiin; treasurer, lie. 11. 0. Drew; secretary, Frederick W. Smith. Refreshments wero t.erved. The first social of the yen was held InHt evenlliB at the College .Street Church pnrlois. About l.V) attended thn supper nnd a play wns Klven afterwards. The perls In the play with cleverly taken by l 1!. IJrnwnell, (1. H. llurrnws, K. V. Jones and tho Misses Kllzabeth Hleh mnnd, Klayton, Pabln and Hodges. Dur ing tins evenlnt; Miss Mabel Southwlck lftidered a violin solo, Miss nthel South wlck nccompanyltiK on tho plnno. About 2Vi attended the social, which was tho til st of til" season nt the Uap tlst Church TueMlny nlKht. After the sup per, a short literary and musical pin Kinni was rendered. Tho Rev. F. D. I'cn noy aave some readlnr.H nnd solos wen; ifiideied hy MRh i:ll.abeth Holmes and Miss Dorothv Fercuson. Husell Whll IolIj and Mls 1,'rnncea llrndley san a fillet anil Jasper Tousley, Jr., concluded t lie t nterlalnment with a vocal solo. Thn first Hallowe'-n social of tho sea son was held last cenln In th" parish house of the First Church. The parlort wero effectively decorated with autumnal follace. The patty wa well supplied with Rypsles and the other characters which ko to make a success of such pnthe rim?"!. The refreshment" were of an appropriate nature. The cnmmltte In ehiirso was composed of Mildred Rey nolds, Norman MoI.eod, C. I. Davis and tho Misses Anna Urookcs and Susie Hinckley. John J. O'Connell of Mlildlehury was arrested Tuesday hy Deputy Fnltfd .States Marshal Thomas Reeves for carry ing on in Mlddlehury thn business of a letiiil lliiuor dealer without havltiK paid tlie special tax required by law. John H. S.ircent fit Mlddleiiury heeanie recognized as ball In the sum of $X) befoie United Stales Commlssifiuer Mai tin P. Vllns for u10 appearance of Mr. O'Connell at tho nnvi term of tho United States court and he was releised. A supper and sociable was given in the pallors of the Methodist Kplscop.il Church Inst evening by the llrit group of the Ladles' Aid society. Ml-. J. Ralph tinker was chairman of the program committee, , which ntesenteil several Inteiestlng num- ! hers. Theie was a piano snlo by Miss ' Aim rsrlsmer. n vocal solo hv Miss Helen i Durfen and leading by Miss Hcrtlia Cov entry and Miss Ida Mitchell. Instru mental music was nlso furnhhed by Mrs. Jordan and daughter. There was a very gnod attendance. A telegram received In this city Tuesday evening announced the safe ai rival In New Vork Tuesday per steamship Herlln from Naples uf Mr. and Mis. Henry Wells, Dr. and Mrs. Jiiines D. Tanner mill daughter. Maiy, who have been m.ik ine an extended automobile tilp In Kurope the past summer. Mr. and Mrs. Wells end Wells and Dr. Tanner will go fiom New Voik lo Wisconsin, while Mrs. Tan- tier anil daughter will return to Hurling- ton tlie hitler pan of the present wee! Cards are out announcing the eomlns mairlage of Lieut. Howard 2nd 1'. S. cnutlry, formerly of Smallev . dnglon, and Miss Fiances Norrlngton, daut nter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Norrlngl n of H.iy City. Mich. The marriage will takn plme In Hay City on Saturday, Novem ber 20. Lieut. Smallev is a graduate of tlin I'nlversity of Vermont In the class of ll'iil. lie is now stationed al Fort Des Mollies, Ii.wa, but goe to the Philippines early in December. Tho steamer on which Lieut, and Mrs Smalley will cross the Pacific will carry at least live brides. Three peisons charge,! with Intoxica tion were arralnied In city court Mon day morning; before Ridge Mower. I mis Verley of Shelburnn charged with a second ol tense, wns lined $15 and costs of vi.;, 5, with the altcrnaio scnti nee of 7s days In Jnll. IK took nn appeal and whs placed under ball of JluO. which was furnished. William White was also ur- raigiii-,1 lor a second offense and was j placed In Jail last e venlnr; on an In llned jr, nnd costs of !Va He had the j illctnient found against him by the case .ippealeil and was plaivd under Rill ' Fnlted Stntes grand jury at Rutland, of Jim, which was furi ifched. Kate Hath- j cliai KlntT him with selling; boh veal. iway war arraigned for Intoxication and judgmi'it w.u. withheld. She disclosed on a person who will he brought Into court when found, The case of Htatfi vs William 11. lien ware, charged with manslauglitei , which was to have been tried at the picsent term of Cbitte'uden county couit, has been lonlluued to the nprlnj; term. ( has been placed under ball of $3.(, not In addition to the first hall, which hns been furniflied. 11 will be re membered that Henwarn during tercen tenary week In lliirllnglon, while u chauf feur for (Inventor Prouty, ran into lieu. ' lor Mongeun on College .street on the night of July 1!. Mongeon, who at the tune of the m-cldcnt was ruling a bicycle, was taken to the hospital, where ho died of thn Injuries received. Mongeon was a visitor In the city, his home being In St. lljacintho, Que. GEN. HOWARD'S FUNERAL. Will Hi- llalil ill 11 O'clock 'l'o-imirroiv Morning from First Church. The funeral of the lata Ceil. O. O. Howard will be held nt eleven o'clock Friday mornlnK from the First Church. Interment will probably bo In Uils city. Telegrams of sympathy were re ceived yesterday by the bereaved fam ily from Chief Justice Fuller of tho fnlted Stales Supreme Court, flener.ils O, M. Dodgo nnd TliomnD II. Hubbard, C H, A,, John D, Rockefeller. Presi dent Thurklleld of Howard l.'nlver sty, Washington, D. C President Stooks bury of Lincoln I'nlversity and others. (letieial Leonard Wood, p. p. A., who camo yesterday to Fort F.than Allen on ofilclnl business, called at tho Howard house during the day. Chap lain Stevenson of tlm nnvy was also nnioni,' tho cnllers, Commndoro A, V, W'ndhams, Mrs. Mary imrta and Col. j. W. Howard of Newark, N, J., me In the city for tho luneral. Hy direction of Col, Jones, thn com-niuuilInK- oflk-er nt Fuit Utlmn Allen, the troops of tho 10th cavalry will act as escort nt the funeral, Thin net Is the more Kiallrvlng to den. Howard's fninil,, bi-causo Iho .lolillcis are colored, VERMONT NOTES. L. ) Frank VhiilnK of ft. Jnhii-hiirv "hot a SM-pnutui doe with horns In Fletcher. Tho ducket for tho Drci't.ibcr term of Windsor county couit eontaltiH 239 crises. Thpre are .",1 divorce, 49 Sluto unci I'd chan cery cases. Joseph Hoy of West Unmet fell 8 feet through an upon scuttle In IiIm ham with n lighted lantern In his hand, The hrolun lantern Malted a Hi n In tho liny hut ll was smothered hy llrnry L'gglostnn. Mr. Hoy was rendered unconscious and badly biulsed, A eei,.i r o- ,... i "tminioiicd In lliitlaiid county for the trial of Hobrrt Kddy, chaiKPd with tho nvrdnr Ilf 1f1f' T fnl.,unH I.. It'nlll.... I Wl.l.. ".'mw-ii hi umiiiinnni. J Ills "" made necessary hpeanse all hut 2J of ' "'. iM-.-u ,i,u,-u in 1:0 home hefnre Kddy was Indicted. Hamuel H, PotllnRill, veteran clerKy nmn and Journalist, died nt his home In Saxtons River Friday of apoplexy, aijcd 7,1 vears. He Utted for college at lluir . Rurton Seminary and attended Middle buiy and Amherst t.ollezes, recelvlnir the master's ilesreo from Mlddlehury In 1S7C. Hp served during tlio Civil War If the Shenandoah Valley campaign with a rpl ment of Rhode lUand cavnlry and after- wariJ studied for the ministry at I'tlncC' lie llllllinifV n i iiiiuk" , ton and Andover TheoloKlc.il Seminaries, KrnduatlnK froai tfin latter In lfcCfi. He preached in tho Com,'reKatlonal Church In Rojalton for a few years until his voice failed. Ho then turned lo Journalism and became fdltor of the Rutlmu nerald. to- Inn to St. Alhans In 1.S7D to puhllsh and edit the Messenp. Suhseciuently ho edl ted thn I'ortlnnd Orei;onlnn, tho Tncoma Dally News and tho Tacemn Ledger. In W) he married Mls.i Sup H. ClagRett of Louisville, uy wno uieti in ivjo. uroken In health and fortune, ho returned to Ver mont In ISSf,, and has since lived In retire ment He is survived hv two sons, Harry C of Wnihlngton, 1). C, and Samuel ., a student at Yale Daw .school. A DAY IN COUNTY COURT. tine Cnc TJnilril liy SeHlenient bp tpcn I lie I'nrlles Oilier Unlters. Chittenden county court was occupied with a variety of cases vpsterd.iy. The case of Charles A. Shortsleeves Con struction Co., vs. Rose Lnvigne, an ac tion of book account concerning the rec tlon of a block, terminated suddenly when the pnrties In the suit mail" a settle ment. Tho case of Joseph Myers et al. vs. Andrew II. Hurrnws, et al . an action nf trespass, occupied a largo part nf the day. Judgment ivns ylven In famr of the de fendnnt. Tn this case the defendant held chattel mortgages on the plaintiff's cows nnd tho plaintiff set up thai the de fendants came on his land and iliove the cows awav, thereby committing a trespass. The defendant claimed that the cows were not propetly taken care of nnd fed. nnd that they wanted to e,ure th"ir proportv as held under the mortgage. The divorce rao o IMith c. Hrlstnl vs. Albert D. Hrlstnl ivns heard. The action l brought on the grounds of I Intolerable seveiity anil no Judgment was given. The case of the fnlted States of America vs. the fnited States Fidelity Cuaranty Co., for the benefit nf Strait & Co.. will be brought up this morning. Strait & Co. wpro lumber dealers, who ivern creditors of Denitnn ,t Co.. the bankrupt contractors at Fort Kttlnn Allen. WARM ROOM FOR DOYLE .lull Hoof Will sheher Mini from Win try lllnsts for 102 Dili s. John Doyle Is sure of a nice warm room nnd tied for nt least 102 davs. and ,im-ng that tlm- many wintry blasts will hlow long and cold, hut thev will not 1 touch John. Doyle was arraigned before l'M,llve im-i.-i , ,11111 oeiioeii anil costs of lertence of 10; $7..0 with the alternate da- in jail, which he will serve. Doyle onlv recently apt. eared in court for non-support, when he was discharged on his own recogn! nee and admonished tn make a man of himself and support his wife. He promised that lie would try to Ci better. It Is evident that he In tended to support his wife for shortly thereafter he stole .1 suit of clothes, a pair of shoes, u dress ult case and other notions from his brother. James Doyle, The articles were valued nt $21. A BOB VEAL CHARGE. ltlni-bnrgli 1!nn In drill vtlille Trjlnu to Find llnll. Marshall Tilley of Hlneshurh wis Hall has been fixed at J2,r,0ft and Inst exening It. H. Hrown, who is his coun sel, was In communication with Alex ander Diinnett of St. Johnsbury, Fni ted States district attorney, when ln made an effort to nave tho ball re duced. Mr. Tilley was arrested last sum mer for selling; boh veal, when ball was fixed at $250. or thereabouts. At that tlm ho appeared before M. s. Vilas of this city, fnlted States com missioner. Mr. Tilley will appear at the next session of the fnited States court, held at Rutland on November 15. MAHAR CASE AGAIN. I 'tin 1 Aust Suit .11 any I'roplt- Filler nnil l,i-Hc thp Suspected House, The case of Charles and Fsther Mahnr, charged with having disorderly persons nnd common prostitutes frequent their house at 121 Hissell street, was taken up again yesterday afternoon In city court. Many witnesses were examined nnd the argument was mndu hy the defense. The case was continued until this morning. Paul Aust of 113 Hissell street wns a witness for tho prosecution and he testified with fervor nnd much dramatic ability. In fact, he displayed so much hlstorlonln art, that the attorneys for de fense were obliged to object to his testi mony quite often, as Mr, Aust Insisted In telling whnt parties said tn him, which wns Immaterial. Ho was sure, however, that drinking hail been going on outside the Mnhar house. "They lifted the bottlo to their mouths nnd went gurgle, Burgle, gurgle," testified Mr. Aust. Ho wns nlso sure that he had seen mnny men and women entering and liwrvlng the Mnhar house, "They came and left In bunches," he said. The case Is being tried before a Jury, Till: KXPHRIMKNT FAILF.D. "Ma." remarked thn small hoy, It funny that everybody calls 'Isn't little brother 11 bouncing baby?" "Why do you think It's funny, Will lam?" asked tho mother. "IJecniiso when 1 dropped him off the porch this morning )e didn't bounce till, he Just hollared." Short Stories, ln Al 7 AND PRODUCE. (Jnntnttoll" In ew Vnrli, llnsttin nnd Clilrngn FichniiRfs. Now Vol It, Oft. 27. iM.nri:- i . .xk-:; exports i-.nu. MatlLet Hte.i'l. WHKAT -Receipt l''l.00; spot flrclv. ) In i espouse to lli in ojhles and on pe-l dictions of n f.illliu: of In R isslrin s! 'o- ' me-llts In (he rear future wheal was higher at tho tnvl hut later declined 1 I" l'J pnr under selling for I ! -orthwcsci u account on predictions of; j I'H'fensliii! receipts, Final price were, I ' ""v "' Mn' "eellr.e Dee. rinsed ' --''-'V May close, J1.11,. I CORN Receipts 7,'75; exports ,224; I "" JI" tnarUet was without rllno. Off. rloffd r,V; Mny clnsrd 8S .n. m ...... .r. . Kn-nr,' inw-firm- fair rpVinltiK 3.VI; cetitr'l- fupal fi; test 4,30 j molasres sui;ar Sm; lefllied steady. COFFF.K Thn market for coffee fu tures opened steady at unchanged prices tn an advance of five points unci ruled nioro active than recently with rotton exchanse houses nnd trade Interests moderate buyers. Tho ctoslns cables from Havre was i and le hlRher and slight ijalns were reported In primary markets of yesterday but realizing caus ed a fllRht reaction heie durlnu the late trading with the close steady net flv ' Pf"1'" "15'ier tn f, points lower. Sales I wprf; f',Porl',' "f baKs Including: ; Nnv' ?h-"; ' Jnn- ?'!I0! Mnreh JInj' S"-2O'(ie.70, July C.n and Sept. '(''15- I Snot No. 7 Rio M(; No. 4 Santos ,nlU5 1"'ct; Cordova 96IIHC BOSTON PRODCCK MARKET. FI.OFR Flour Is qnlet nnd steady: Spring pntenis, M Ti.a); spring clear: j.i mu: 10: winter nntents. rvwTf! -, win ter stmld-hts. 5 7Mie;; wlntir clear-, ?5.r,0 '"'i". 7.",: Kansas patents, J,".lSffS,75. CORNMFAI. snd O ATM FA T f n chsnged: Ha; cornmeal, H.13sJI.S7; granulated. $.1 cr.ff't 0; bolted, ?3.!sgf,.50; rye flour, S4.inffl.ro; rye meal, $171); gra ham, $4 J5tifi.iV. CORN Corn Is qulat and unchanged: Carload lots, spot, No. 2 yellow, TiMic; steamer yellow, 71c; No. 3 yellow, 71c; for shipment, all rail, No. 2 yellow, 72gi 72'ye; No. 3 yellow, 71',t'(jT2c; lake nnd 1 all, '--o less. OATS Dull and steady: Carload lots, spot. No. 1 clipped whtte, 40V4c: No. 2 clipped white, 4"';c; No. S clipped white llijc; rejected white, 46e; for shipment, fancy, 41) Ihs.. 45f4He, 3S lbs, 4fT'l5Hc; 20 lbs., 475471.-" 34 lbs, tOIHSUc; barley mlxturp, 4r,2,5 10c. HAY Hay and millfeed are In fair demand nt steady prices: Hay, choice, $vi 5liT21.rYi; No. 1, ir,.fWJiC0; No. 'j. $b'r1s.r,e,. No. 3. tlSITt7; rye straw. $liiils.: oat straw, JlO.SAflU; sack spring hi an, $?l.7.i. winter bran, 524.77. middlings. $J1.7.VJ? 20.75; mixed feed, $2&.Jti20.Sfl- red ,log, $31 . 75 'ii 32; cottonsped meal, J?3.r,,v3t gluten feed, $n.5e, hominy feed, $ 75, stock feed, SCS.50. FORK I'ork provisions are firm: Short cut and '.e.-.vy bocks, J27.r; me dium. J2H rtfJ7. 1, ng cuts. $25.50; raw' ' leaf lard, 15', r. rendered leaf lard. lf,c; 1 palls, liajfnc; '.me lard, 15c; pails, 1V; briskets, 14"c; pork tongues, $2i',.50; country dresf-eil hogs, O'sTjO'tc. F.KF.F Qulei with quntationH unchang ed: with choice cuts rather scarce. Fxtra heavy side?, ll'iUllnjc; pood, fi'ii'lOc; light, iinc; heavy hind, lllJUe; good, lli?il2e: light, 7fi10c: hi ivy fores, S4 "ft Or; good. lf. light, Slif.e. LAM HP AND VKALS-Steady : Spring lambs, Iflftllc: winter Iambs, 7'ij" 5e; yenrllngs, 7'!51e. muttons, ?1jf,c: veals, choice. i;.ff14e. POFLTRV Poultry Is unchanged: Western feed turkeys. 2trlj22c; na tive broilers, 2"fi--'c: nortlurn fowl, 171? 15c for laige and 1'filCc for medium; western broilers, 17U1'?; western fowl, 1 1 1 large. lf,i.tT17e medium. lCfUJe; native , pigeons. 51..711 doz: snuabs. $3-5 3..r,0. Fill JS Rggs are firm. Choice hen I nery nnd nearl, y, rPfilOc; eastern extras, ;.,;;;,,c; wesicin, j.'ti.ijc. H FANS-Ho.ins are steady: Quotations Carload lots. pep. $2.30172 35; medium, $2.I5fi2..'r0; yellow 1 ves, $3.5; California, small white, $3 30, red kidneys, $3.1011 3.20; foreign pea beans, $2,lfa'.;.25: Scotch green peas. $2 3.1; Canadian peas. $l.7ffj l.fO! Lima beans 1ic. Jobbing lots, lOfj! 13c above carload lots. APPLES Appier are In good demand and the market is well supplied. Quota tions are about js follows: Raid wins. $2.,'0?irt. Pippins. tl-'if 2.75; Gravenstelns, $3114; Snows, $:.30.;Y 3..V); Wolf Rivers. $3154; North ern Ppys, $2 30.3: nreenmgs, $2 50JJ.3; llarvpys, J3ft3.50; Mackintosh reds, $35f: Jenettlngs, $;-r2.73: Huhbardstons, $2'' 2.30; Pound Sweets, $1574: Wealthles, $2.7,0 TiS.fiOj box fruits, 73c.g$1.30. POT ATOKS Potatoes are quoted at $1 Or.iTl.10 bu for Aroostook and $1.25'i?1.30 bp for- western Maine; sweet potatoes, tl.T.ifi; lib!. FRF IT drapes. Concords, To; Salems, ?c; Cntawhas, Me; Delawares, 121tl4c; Niagaras, pc; cranberries, tL.'Aii crt., SI TiM hbl; grapefruit, K.lW!il.?!: Florida oranges, $2'!f2.23: quince, York State, $1.25 til. 73 bx; damsons, 2'tyc bskt. Roston, Oct. 27. The local refined sugar market Is steady, granulated nnd fine being quot ed as a basis nt 5 35c. HRIC.HTON STOCK MARKF.T. Roston, Oct. 27 A moderate trade with prltes about the sarno as a week ago, with a slight teiideno to drop off lower, prevailed yesterday at the Hrlghton stock yards. The beef trade was slower and prices were a shade lower. Holognas sold at about $2.2n. Hcef oxen had to be ex ceptionally fine to bring more than $'i a cwt, and the top price was $,1.25. Choico stnllfed Hereford cows, weighing about 1 "(V, did brine as high us $4.50, but most of the sales of beef cows wnged at ftom $2.75 lo $3.50. Hogs showed no signs of recovering from their recent slump. The top prlco for the best quality was $S, while the average was between $7,50 and $7.S0. The trade u calves likewise showed .1 slump. The average mice was $7.50 for choice veal cnlves, while many of good quality were sold nt $7.25. The "slim mer" grades sold nt ti.M. Tho top prlca was $S. The trade In sheep nnd lambs was decidedly bad nnd both dropped In price Thn top prices for lambs was $6 and the aviriign $3, for sheep Jl and the average $3. A feature, nf yesterday's tradlns wns the salo by F. O, Thompson of Hartland, Me., of one pair of oxen which tipped the sillies it thn unusual weight of 4.J00. He sold them nt $7 n cwt. A. M, IUrks sold 16 bulls weighing 12,700 al $3.25. Total sales yesterday ns shown by the scale books were; Cattle. 43S; calves, 4!5; hogs, 110; lambs, 19; sheep, 18. CHICAGO PRODITCK MARKET. Chicago. Oct. 27. WHF.AT Dee. $l,04',i; May $t.0P,i; July 97.c. CORN-Oct, lyti'.; Dec. '(; July CO'.ic OATH Dee. 3ll",e; May ,c. PORK-Oft. $23.3f,; Jnn, J1K.S0. I,ARD--Oct $12 35, N',y. $11.3.",; May 111.50s D-f-.c; May CO li'io, July 39-$19.02'-; May $i:0;'.s,, July RIPS Oci. !J Nov" tin V., Jin. $!".n. May Sln.ein. RVi:-Cnsh 73'2i,7tc; Dec. 73c; Mny, 77c ' RAHLFV- r.KiO. TlMoTliy-Oet. $3.75: Match $1 in, 'LOVHR--Nominal, ''ash quot.itlons wiie as follows; RYO No. 2. 72Tf7h:. HARI.KV -I'eeil or mlxlns;, f.lnSle; fall lo choice malting, f,iC,c, t'LAX'SF.FD -No. 1 fnuihwestern, lt No. 1 northwestern $1.70. Tl MOTHY Seed $2.5flf73.M. MUSH PORK-(per hbl.) $23,7524.00. LA RD (per lit) lbs.) $12 S"t4. SHORT RIRS--SldPs (loose) $l.il1 74 SIDFS Short clear (boxed) tll.23fnt.Sl ORAIN STATISTICS. Tolnl clearanco of wheat and floul were equal to 4.31.000 bu. Prlmarv rm celptH wero 1..)I.0ii Int.. pomn.ifi.il nit W4.000 bu. the corresponding day a yeai nso. xne worlds vlslblo supply, 111 shown hy Rradstreet's Increased 8.0fO,0CI mi. Estimated receipts for to-morrow Wheat 4,1 cars; com 171 cars; oats 17 cars; hogs 15,000 head. Hf TTF.H Firm, creameries, Viyia dairies, 241j2Sc. KOOS Firm at mark, receipts 4.31 cases; cases Included U; firsts 2414a prime firsts, Ke. CHRRSIC flteadv, dairies, lfifl twins, 15tfl6c; Younc Americas, 16tjt,c Long Horns, lfiTitilSc. I'OTATOES-Weak, choice to fancy, S45c; fair to irood, 42iS44e. POtJLTRV Bimy, turkeys, He, ehlcfc ens 1114c; springs, 1114c. VKAI-Steady, 58 to W lb. wts. "TU 00 to 8." lb. wts. 74'39e; S5 to 110 lb. w"t r.'Millc, LIVE STOCK MARKET. Quotattnns for Cattle, flhrep nnd Ron t X(tt Vork. New Vork, Oct. 27 nKRVKJfi-Rfsceipts ll,9; mrke steady. Steers 4.wrpt.m; bulls $2.7Sfff.3.Sel cows $1707)4.00, exports 2,8C0 quarters ol beef. CALVKS-Hclpt.s 2,is0; market steady. Veals $6.0f39.00; few tops t.26lA PP); culls $4.5Aa6.60; Rrassers $15S3.TS: westerns 14.056.60. SHHHP AND L-AMBS-ReeelptJ 8,128$ mark't stead j". Sheep R.W7Ji4.25; lambs tS.f30ff7.10; fe at $7.25; culls t4.B00. HOCS Receipts 7.711; market steady medium welBhts t$.0C NKW YOIIK COTTON MARKUT. New York, Oct. 2T-Cotton futurea nn. ened steady. Oct. 14.20; Nov. 14.14; Def 14. !S; Jnn 14.27; March 14.3-1: May 14.4$; June ofd. 14.35; July H.40; Sept. 12.94. Fu tures closed steady. Closing bids; Oc I4..U; Nov. 14.23; Dec. 14.40; Jan 14 4 Feb. 14 ill; March 14 55; April 14.34. MaJ 14.57; June 14.47; July 14.02; Aug-. 14 0 April 13.02 BOSTON 3UTTBR MARKF.T noston, Oct 2T Hf TTRR-Flrm. Northern 22'3:r,ox western 321i32,4c. CHRF.PK Steady, 17fi17Kc, Vi twin 16'lil7c. THE BURLINGTON MARKETS l-rlees of II(Pr una liKg Continue In Vilvnnre Where I thp Kndf There is a slight Increase this week In, the prices of butter and eggs. Retail groceries are fairly steady and retail meats remain unchanged. There iH a slight decline all along the line ir. tlm pri.-e of retail grrains The following quotations are furnish ed the n-re Press by Jones & lshanv the nurllngton Fruit company, C A Hal her turn L. A. Chase. WHOLICSALr TRICH3. Hutttr 35 Beef, dreed 05ff.l0 r'klckni .10 Fresh egg doz ,"2 Hor .of , Lambs f 15$.M Potatoes, hush .50 RETAIL OnOCKKIKS Dry beans, qt .12 Reets, lb .0.3 Butter, separator, creamery, ;ri Cabbage, lb .04 Carrots, lb ', Cauliflower 10 Celery, bunch 069.15 Cheese .22 Neufchatel cheeae . Cream cheesa, each 11 Chlaarr .M chlvaa ,j Cucumbers a Mam ohea.te, each tt.N seaiolle Https, doz ,;r; Flour, bread, bb! $7.28-81.00 Flour, pastry, bbl $f.0OJf$S.75 Lettuce. Roston ball fcaad .. .100.12 Iettuce, home grown, head.. .01 Ma ido Sugar, lb WJIli Mnplo Syrup, gal $1.25 Olive Oil. gallon Jj.or) Onions, Spanish ,ot Onions, lb ,M lrl) bunch 0Cf.lt rappara, 4ai ,n Potatoes, pk .IT Roquefort cheese, lb .50 Sage Cheese, lb .2f5 Swiss cheese, lb ,36 Shell beans .OS Tomatoe", lb .05 RETAIL UK ATS. Reef, roast, lb 15-5,25 Chickens, lb .a Ducks, lb .34) Fowls, lb ,23 Hams, lb .It Hams, sliced, lb .26 Lamb chops, ,1b ,26 I-Vnb forward qt., lb lOtf.12. Lamb, hind rjuarter, lb ,;o Leaf Iml, lb li Pork Chops, lb .IS Pork Roast, lb .It Porterhouso steak, lb .25 Round Steak, lb .18 Sirloin steak, lb 20fi22 Salt Pork, lb .15 Tripe, lb ,10 Turkeys, lb ,:$ RDTAIL GIIAINS. Re ns, bu Hran, cwt Cornmeal, cwt. , liny, baled, cwt Hay, loose, ton Henfecd, mixed, cwt Middlings, cwt Oats, bu Oat straw, baled, cwt Provender, No, 1, cwt Provrnder, No. 2. cwt Poultry wheat, cwt RETAIL FRUIT. , $3.(XX33.60 tl.4iiJl.S0 tl.50Sll.55 tl.OO'd-tl.Oo $15?18 tl.U tl. 40(111.05 .75 $l.TMitt.fM tl.63s7$l,7r. r-'.oo Rananas, doz , 15g.2 Red Rananaa, dox N.40 Dates, lb 10O.lt Flgi, Jar 200.40 Flesh llgs, lb ,20 Grapes, Concord, basket 15 or 2 for . Grapes, Delaware, basket.. ,1S Grapes, Tokay, lb, ,15 Grapes, Malaga, lb 1&120 Grane frul, each IBsJ.'t U'tnons, doz ,,,, ,25Ji'.30 I'ears, doz 20ff,4O Pineapples Qra 39 tiiapcs, Niagaras, lb is Grapes, Salem., lb , .14.