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Price! Twenty-live doen Suspenders at l lire not CO cent suspenders, but are gooil pairs to a customer. Twenty-five dozen Men's Hose at o cents, or six pairs for 25 cents is a, reinilar 15 cent Hose, but bavins closed out this lino we are able them at the nbovo price. Fifty and 75 cent Fancy Shirts at 12 cents. Wc will close out all of our Fancy Summer Shirts (50c. and 75c. grades), at i'2 cents. A CHANCE FOR SMALL MEN. We have thirty or forty Frock Sails in small sizes that we will closo FORTY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR. Think of it! A $10.00 .Suit for $1.00. 0 percent. Discount AYe and rants will give a straight ten per cent, discount on all of our Summer Suits Tailor Shop in Connection with store. GLOBE CLOTHING CO., Cash. Clothiers, 122 North Main Street, liarre, Vt. - E. A. 15. Bishop, Manager. OH, AIN'T IT IT ? Let's go in;o CAHPBhLL'S and get some of his delicious ICE CREAH. He kecos all flavors, you know- lie lias a special p.-lco on large orders. 22 & 24 N, lain St PARK BLOCK. THE TAILOR. How His Work is Ap- preciaiea oy a ieaa; ing Washington CoJ Clergyman. j Wii.ltaiistowx, Vt., June C, '98. Mb. D. D. Haley, Moutpelier, Vt. I liabe enclosed a letter which you are nt liberty to publish over my sig nature. Your work plcaaes me so well that I intend to have all my clothing made at your establishment. Respectfully, Rkv. P. 1 Vrojir.n. The letter referred to is as follows: Wm.iAMSTOAVN, Vt., June G, '97. To whom it may concern : Within th. i past few years I have occasion to patronize some of the first class tailoring c.stiiblislmionts of Hos tou, Muss., Spiiiificlci, Mass., Ilart ord, Conn., New Haven, Conn., l'itts Wirg, Pa., Columbus, (.)., St. l'aul, C iuu., and elsewhere, but 1 have never hud more satisfactory work done for ine than has been done by Mr. D. 1). Haley, of Moutpelier, Vt. My friends say that tho suit he re cently made for me is the most becom ing they have ever seen nio wear. And the astounding feature of the case is that his rates are but a little more than half what is usually charged. I feel coefident in saying that any one who patronizes the establishment of Mr. Haley once will be sure to go a second time. Respectfully, Rkv. r. 1. Womku, Pastor Cong. Church. Haley, the Tailor, 56 Hain St., Hontpelier, Vt. After your ride on the Klci tries stop opposite the Park, at Avcrills for your iruit, candy and fireworks. Finest lines at lowest prices. Fruit, candy and iireworl'.s at I,. M. Avcrill's. $20.00 in gold- offered by the Blue Store until Aug. 20th 189s. Come in and enquire about this at, Scgcl & Brady, Blue Storo Depot Square. Notice. The partnership formerly known as Hall and llayford is d ssolwd and the business at present will be carried on FyMissL. J. Hull w ho assumes all tliein tiobtcdncss of the fum nn I to whom must bo paid all Accounts due tho firm. MtSS iKtZ IlATFOItl) Miss L. J. II A IT.. Dafcd March 1st. 1S58 -WONDERFUL LETTERS To HALEY Suspenders Only three This to sell at on Summer Clothing A Great Victory WON AT SANTIAGO AND IN The Combination Cash Store's. o oxo ooo Clothing department in tho new ten price table system of selling clothing. Not since the opening of the Big Store has thine been such activity and general hustle as has been going on among the selling force of this department since the introduction of this new phut on Monday, Juno 25th. The large card telling the price of any suit to be found in each lot without the aid of a sales man gives the customer confidence in what he is buying and a guarantee that his mouev buvs iust as irood a suit as ! the same amount paid by .any other per- son. We want your trade and guar antee to give the bigest value for tho i money of any store in the country or ' your money back if you want it. WE MUST REDUCE THE STOCK 110,000, j and these low prices are tho great trade : creators that will do it. ino cents per pair. Those value at tho price offered. lien's $18.00 to $22.00 Suits going at $12.70. Men's $15.00 to $18.00 Suits going at )? 12.00. Men's $12.00 to $15.00 Suits going i at; $9,75. ! Mens $10.00 to $12.00 Suits going I at $7.90. Men's $7.00 to $9.00 Suits going ' at $-l.N7. I Men's $5.00 to $7.00 Suits going at $;i.75. - j Men's $4.00 to $5.00 Suits going I at $2.90. Men' Men's s Shirt Department. 50c. Plain Black and White Stripe Shirts, now selling at 39e. Men's 50c to 00c. Neglogeo Shirts selling at :!9c. Men's 75c. Scotch Gingham and Mus lin Shirts selling at 49c. Men's $1.05 and $1.25 Dress Shirts selling now at 89c. Boy's Pants. Boy's Knee Pants 15c. a pair, two for .'jo. Waists in Colored Cambria 14c. two for 25c. Men's assorted ing at 25c. 50e. Suspenders go- Great Bargains in the Big Store. in every department Combination Cash Stnro VIUIUI p,.i;i;i VHKMOXT. Wail hero for the cars, we have a cool store, free spring water and chairs. L. M. Averill. All cars slop where you can gel water, also fruit, c opposite our store, a glass 01 fcpring undy and cigars. L. M. Averill. GASOL1NK. We deliver il lo any point in Ihccily. fiivo your order to our order clerks or icnvo them at the store. Depot Sipiare. Ml'.SSKS & Bl'liNllAM. To Bunt. Drug Storo. ding, Booms over the Parlor Tmiuiro of W. II. (ilad- TO TtlCXT. An nn-stuirs tenement of six iiimrtincntj ntul bath room. Inquire f Korsj Hi & Ingram or nt No. 9 Brook street. it. Sparks From Granite City. Joseph Cook is on a two weeks vaca tion. Mrs. E. M. Fuller left today for a two weeks visit in Whitelield, N. II. Mrs. Charles Moorecroft and a friend who is visiting her spent Iho day in Chelsea. Mrs. G. B. Nichols is visiting rela tives in North Montpelier for a short time. A. C. Mantor has gone to Quincy, Mass. for a short slay, lie will also go to Canada. L. J. Bolster has just had tho offices of Cook, Watkins & Barclay and Bar clay Bros, repainted. Barclay Bros, have just completed a new boxing room near their sheds. Tho old one was too small. Frank Stafford of St. Johnsbury for merly of this city, returned homo today after a short visit with friends. Mrs. Wallace W.Dodge wont lo Wor cester, Mass. this morning to visit her son and two daughters, who resido there. Abbott Leach returned last evening from Salem, Mass. Mr. Leach is a member of tho second corps of Salem cadets. Miss Fannie Clark left this afternoon on her vacation for New York City. She will be gone the remainder of the month. There will bo a meeting of the amusement committee of Clan Gordon, 011 Friday evening in Odd Fellows Hall at 7 o'clock. Workmen began yesterday to rebuild tho sheds of Mackicllussey &Co. Three carloads of lumber havo been received and more expected daily. Ham Johnson and Alex Coutts return ed last evening after a days outing at Berlin Pond. They caught 24 perch, one pickerel and one bass. Warren G. Nye, of East Barre, is having the carriage shop on North Main street repaired. The second story will be made into tenements. It is hoped the peoplo of Barrc will hang out their flags today in honor of tho state encampment of the Sons of Veterans being held in this city. Principal O. K. Ilollister was in the city this morning accompanied by Mr. Small, of Baldwinsville, Mass., a well known friend of Goddard Seminary. Mrs. F. W. Sherburn and her mother Mrs. Holmes, who havo been in this city for the last few weeks, go to Maine today to visit a brother of Mrs. Hoiines. Sheriff Georgo W. Smith has auc tion off the property of tho Wolf Gran ite Company attached by James Brown at the Wells River freight depot. Constable Buchanan arrested Lyman Budro last evening on a warrant for breaking into the shop of O. W. Averill and stealing a beer keg on July 4th. Miss Stella Chase, who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Benedict through commencement, returned to her home in East Fairfield this afternoon. Constablu W. A. Buchanan shot Tom Sheriff's bull dog the other day. The dog has b it a number of people of late. He shot an unknown dog yesterday that wore no collar. C. M. Willey received a letter from Flynu G. Austin this morning. He said the thermometer-registered 102 in camp on Sunday. I le also states that he has been sick for ten days but is better. Dr. Waldo Darkness a graduate of Goddard and of the U. V. M. Medical College this year is visiting friends in town. He intends to take up the prac tice of his profession m this vicinity. O. C, Sheplce, of Concord, N. II former well-known business man of this city, and the owner of the Shepleo Block, is m town on business and to visit his daughter, Mrs. Frank Sawtelle Fred Debyshire and Miss Lizzie Conant were married in Lowell, Mass. yesterday noon, and camo to Barro on their wedding trip. Mrs. Derbyshire is a neice of Mrs. John Conant who re sides on North Main St. On tho night of the 4th some misero ant stole a large pile of cedar rails from Center Houghton's licld at the head of Elm street. Mr. Houghton says he knows who the guilty parties aro and if they do not settle with him at once he will have them prosecuted. Miss Mary Hunter and Miss Pearl Lewis of this city and Miss Bernice Darling of Kyegato left Tuesday for Sugar Hill N. II., where they will bo table girls during tho summer at Hotel Lookoff. Col. M. A. McClure of Rutland will be present at the meeting of Canton Vinton this evening and install officers of tho local lodge and of Ihe Montpelier Canton lie will be assisted by Major Campbell. The residents of South Main St. are complaining vigorously about the city lining in boiler ashes m tho street. It makes it very disagreeable for those who are obliged to go down South Main street as well as the residents on the street. There was a somewhat exciting runa- was on Washington street this morning. The cream team belonging to John Green was standing near the City Hotel when his horse became frightened at tho electrics and ran towards North Main street. He was slopped by Carl Benedict and A. Gilbert. No damage was done. The boys who broke tho Hag pole of Richard A. Hoar during the celebration the other evening sent a representative to see Mr. Hoar yesterday and agreed to pay damages. Those who pulled down tno sign in tho hallway of Gor don's bUek and knocked the plaster off Ihe walls on tho same evening had bel ter follow this example and settle. A Tl'.l.K(iKAM reporter was informed yesterday through which was suppos ed to be a reliable source that Chas. Mills of Company E was in Ihe hospital and Ihat he said in his letter that Ihe boys had been ordered lo Cuba also Ihat there was a disagreement among the officers as to whether Charlie was to bo compelled to go. The reporter was misinformed as a perusal of the letter in (ineslion shows ihar Mr. Mills said nothing about being in the hospi tal or about the officers compelling him lo go. All he paid about going lo Cuba was that he had read in the papers that the entire army reserve had been order ed to the front" Wc regret this grevious mistake and hastened to apologize for Mrs. Luther Kinney is very sick at her homo. Miss Henley has gone to Randolph for tho day, II. N. Burnham has returned from a visit in Boston, William M. Scott of Cambridge is vis iting in the city. Miss Nellie Powers of Burlington is visiting friends in town. Mrs. William II. Buchanan is very sick at her home. E. L. Smith returned this mornin from Old Orchard Beach. Miss Emma Wark has gone to Slier brooke with her sister. Miss Lucia Wallace has gono Waits River for a visit. William Emslie has returned from short stay at Berlin pond. James McAuley has gone to Portland Mo. for a two weeks vacation. Robert Coutts has gone to New York city to visit his wife's people. Alias Vera Webster of Barton is visit ing Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Ladd. Henry Fronior and family havo gono to spend a week at Berlin pond. Mrs. Stephen Wilcox of Brookfield is stopping at the home of i . D. Laud, Robert Kemp and David Arthur hav gone to Boston for a short vacation. Mrs. O. K. Ilollister bas cono to Boston to study through the summer Martin McMahon and wife bavo re turned from their weddins trip to Can ad a. George C. Skinner of Waltham, Mass is visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Wheat ley. Mason Boyco of Newbury has been visiting relatives in this city tho past week. Rev. Mr. Fortney, of Plainfield, having a cottage erected on Pleasant street. Mrs. W. F. Morse and children are visiting in Randolph with Mrs. Morse' parents. Charles Tift and wife, of E'.more have been visititing Mr. Tift's parents tho past week. William Messenger and wife, of Nor wich, are visiting at the home of Wil ham Stewart. Mrs. John W. Dillon and daughter returned last evening from a visit to Putnamsville. Miss Annie Boyce of Middlesex, who has been visiting Mrs. Girden Hawes has returned home. There will be a special meeting of Granite Lodge I . and A. M. to-morrow evening to work tho third degree. Prof. A. J. Thillips of Montpelier has a vocal class at the Seminary every Wednesday and Saturday afternoon. Mrs. John Sullivan has gone to stay with her mother in .hast liarre. Mrs Sullivan has not been feeling well of late. The Congregational Sunday school enjoyed a very pleasant time at Dewey park yesterday. About 600 were at the park. Emslie & McLeod hare a Knight's of Templars monument under construction for western parties. It is 7 feet high with a 8 1-2 x 5 1-3 base. John Crawford of the firm of Craw ford At Son of Buffalo was in the city yesterday afternoon placing orders with the local granito concerns. Charles Carver has finished work for George Richardson and gone to work on tho farm of Walter Ladd in Orange "Babe" Geneo has gone to work for him also. There will be a band concert in Mont- pelier this evening and as it bids fair to be a very pleasant evening there will doubtless be a large attendance from this city. Fred Long has finished work on A D. Morse's block and commenced the erection of a house on Cambria street He has also taken the contract for building a cellar for E. L. Taylor on JJecktey Hill. Alexander Cooper of Buffalo, a for mcr resident of Barre is visiting Wil liam Dickey on North Seminary street, Mr. Cooper has not been to Barre in five years and notices a great many changes Ho thinks Barre is a hustling city. At about 1.15 this afternoon some one noticed smoke issuing over the transom from Allan G. Fay's office in Bolster's block. It was supposed tho building was on fire but after Fred B. Mudgett forcod an entrance, it was found there was nothing on lire. It is not known where the Smoke came from, THE BAPTIST PICNIC. A delegation of the committee on the picnic of the Baptists of Barre and Monl- peher, visited the new Dewey Park, and decided that it would be best to hold their picnic there instead of Benjaniitis's Falls, as given last night. There has been a largo number of swings and benches put up this morning, and agood ball held is being built this afternoon, so that every thing will be ai pleasant as possible. Come and enjoy a days outing. Bring your lunches. Cars leave the Baptist church at 8 :45 a. m sharp. S. OF V. DANCE. A very pleasant time was had last evening at tho dance given in Armory hall under tho auspices of the Sons of Veterans, it being their lirst annual ball. About 25 couples joined in the grand march at 8.30 and several other young people came in late in the even ing so that the number of people pres ent was just about right for all to have a most enjoyable time. Iho hall was tastefully decorated with pictures of our naval and army heroes and of McKinley. The centre of the hall was hung with festoons draped from the sky-light window so as to present a very pretty spectacle. A good (lance order was arranged and the party did not break up until Iho early hours of the morning. At midnight refreshments of ice cream and cake were served and lemon ade v.us dispersed from tho boolh near the entrance during the evening. Several of the visiting Sons of Veter ans including several ast colonels, captains ami other tflicers were present lo enjoy the occasion. Music was furnished to the satisfac tion of all by Messrs. Bruce, McKenzle, Gilber'son and Freer. DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS. DELEGATES INSTHUCTEI) TO VOTE FOB T. W. MAl.ONEV OF Kl'TI.AM' i on COVEKNOH. The democratic caucus of tho city of Barre to elect delegates for the slate and second congressional district conventions both to be held in Burlington on July 20lh met in the city court room last eve ning. There were only 15 persons present at the caucus. James P. Marr called tho caucus lo order and was choosen chairman ami Charles 11. Sawyer secretary. It was voted to elect tho delegates separately. Those chosen for the state convention were George W. Bassett, James P. Marr, Charles Melcher, Daniel McDon ald, Donald Smith, Charles II. Sawyer. G. I. Jackson, Henry Frenier, George T. Swasey and Dr. J. E. McSwceney. Those chosen for the district conven tion were Michael Marrion.O. D. Shurt leff, John Tierney, Frank McWhortcr, John W. McDonald, Martin liiley. E. A. B. Bishop, H. N. Bailey, F. A. Duffey, Alexander Milne. Each dele gate was instructed to select his own al ternate if unable lo attend. The delegates were instructed-to vole for no person for office who does not stand squarely on the Chicago platform. The delegates to the stato convention were instructed to vote for T. W. Ma louey of Rutland for governor. A city committee was then elected : ward 1, Donald Smith; ward 2, James P. Marr; ward 3, Charles II. Sawyer; ward 4, Stephen Forsyth; ward 5, Dan iel McLaughlin ; ward 6, Henry Frenier; committee man at large, Charles Melcher. In case of a vacancy on the committee, the other members were em powered to fill the same. After a few remarks by Eugene Sul livan and James P. Marr on Democracy in Vermont, the caucus adjourned. AN INJUNCTION SERVED. MCFAHI.ASI) & ItOYCE HV CITY BAKItE. ON OF City Attorney Georgo T. Swasey re turned last evening from Manchester where pspers were signed by Judge Mimson for a temporary injunction lo be placed on George E. McFarland and William A. Boyce, who are owners of a spring water company in this city. The papers were served (his morning by Constable William 11. Buchanan on George McFarland tho senior member of the company. In the injunction the City of Barre alleges that on the 13th day of June the film of McFarland & Boyce applied for a permit before the city council to open streets, mike connections and ex tend their water mains through the streets of the said city, but upon vote of tho council they were refuted. Since then they havo made a number of connections, it is alleged, and disre garded the action of tho council. The papers also state Ihat the company pays no license to the said city. There will bo a hearing before Judge Muuson in tho court of chancery in Montpelier on tho second Tuesday of September. This is the outcome of tho expected trouble between the city of Jiarre and the spring water companies. It is probable injunctions will be served on the olher spring water companies if they carry out their inten'.ions of excavating the city streets to mako connection's without a permit from the city council. SOUTH BARRE. George Porter has gono to Cabot to visit his son. Quite an accident happened on the farm of W. G. McLoud yesterday. While driving across the field, the horses and mowing machine suddenly buijk iinu mo uariu mree or lour feet. Mr. McLoud jumped and was not in jured but the horses were cut in manv 1. !... 1 . . (junto uuii mi; luuwiui; macnino is ite- ... 1 MM .. Biiuyeu. me water irom a reservoir hail gullied out underground. A CARD OF THANKS. 0 wish to thank the kind neighbors and friends for their sympathy and kind ness in our recent bereavement, also for tne Deautitul tlowors. Mb. and Mi;s. K. G. Buchanan. On the Corner. "And the villain still pursued her" was the song the club opened with last night, but the ''villain" had been changed to the Inspector. Yes the club were almost ready to surrender and "ivo up the fight for tho great reforms which they desire to inaugurate. The Boss blamed the members and tho mem bers blamed the Boss. Tho Boss said he could whip any member of the club, and was also a good marksman. For a time it looked as though the electric road crossing at Lamsons would be the scene of a fight between members of the club as that is w here tho Inspector found them last night, while waiting for a car. The fight seemed about to commence when the car moved into sight and tho club rodo into the city, while discus sing some important local question Tho first that I heard, being in regard to tho hotel, which is now being talked about. The members of the club were all anxious to erect Ihe hotel, providing iney could nnil some one else to advance tho cash. They all agreed that Barro needs a hotel, but each declined to do anything towards its erection. Thn club members seemed to bn im..u., ... ......... iu agree tm any plan, and of course havo no funds with which to assist. Now the Inspector is a new comer ii these parts, but from what I have learned I understand that the hotel question has become almost a druc- on Iho i itat liarre has often been about to hav, re a modern hotel building, and 1 some crofter would appear on tho scono to s'on it. Xnw I tin .n..iu.ui uas ocon in various parts of the county, and seen many local croakers. Tlicro arc the most Important 'Notice. THE EVENING TELEGRAM Will Give as a Prise TO THE BOY WHO SELLS THE LARGEST M WI DER OF OUR PAPERS BETWEEN MONDAY, APRIL 11 AND AUGUST let A NEW ECLIPSE BICYCLE Fitted with an Automatic Coaster and Brake. The wheel is on exhibition at the store ot G. J. Reynolds & So damaging kind of people to have in any place. They have, I am told, had more to do with the failure of Barre to secure a hotel than any thing else. If this be so, will our citizens allow them to long control the hotel situation? The Inspec tor thinks not. While I have no plan to suggest yet with the reputation which Barre has for "Gettinff there with both feet'1 we do not doubt but what with the chance to secure so good a hotel as Mr Miles offers to erect, some method will be devised by which it can be erected The next question which was discuss ed on this trolley ride was the matter of the city purchasing the lot owned by the French estate at the corner of Elm strec and Washington for a site for the Al drich library building. Now the In spector must agree with the club on this question. It is the ideal place for our new library building. Citizens of Barre should urge the trustees having charge of this matter lo bo on the watch for this lot for if reports arc correct it will soon be 011 the market. "Aycr street" called the brass button advertiscrand the club alighted from the car, knowing not that they rode with their undiscovered vil lian. The Inspector. BUSINESS LOCALS. Come to the Heme Bakery, 20 Elm street, tor your ice cream. Myra L Green, Proprietor. Small handy tenement. Averill build ing, to rent .Inly 1st. Has spring water ami cistern. L. M. Averill. I). 1). Haley, (ho talented tailor, has a new letter of public interest in another column. Mr. Haley seems to be able to please people so well that they cannot ucijj uiiKiug auout it. Whale oil soan kills inse.-ts nn ,.i-to and sihrnlw W. 1 . ,,1, ,. ii L. M. AVF.ltll.L. iiuo iinu coiors, tor frosting cakes !.. ....! - . , .iuu uiu, iu lucent bottles. L.M. Averill ufc iiu, mo new bug killer, also Pans Green, Hellebore and Fly Powder To Rent. Ono desirable Eastman Block. office in 21 tf. wnX! 'T n frC8h conaiKn'"ent of Fire Zi i all,iU!8fir'l'tions. Will sell at Wholesaand retail. Payette. Mendel- Why suffer with oy Mrs. S. M. York, 12 Elm St. AFE URE PEEDY ..5!?.Yr. Fails. W-fi;'-,-"V" TH0B8AHD8. 0i)VincM er ASTORIA The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears th ' mi packtic. FrftftUlonttal I'mttmator. Washington, July 7. Tho presid has nominated the following iiU:, ters: Massachusetts Sidney IT. Uriii Lawrence; John A. Thayer, Atth l New Jersey Witliem O. Arm! r, ? Weehawken; Louis T. Pornusse, ' den; William S. Jackson. J .! George L. Hitchcock, Ozone Park. New York John McNally, Sins- s: Emlel Rebe'l, Fort Tlaln; Isaac :.'; Tarrytown. Pennsylvania William M. 0 I, Duhnis; Kripar J. Graff, Jllalrsv: William D. Hamilton, Froeil.-.m; I: I J. Hendi-rsnn. Phen'xvluV; Ii. M. I! . Houtzdale: Samuel Keat. r-n A nr. Connecticut Henry Dryluirst. y, den. Crnlner Yankee nt New York. New York, July 7. The United Hf.t cruiser Yankee arrived today from K West, which place she loft on last day, July 3. All well on board. Y news of the destruction of the Spa tr fleet when communicated at quarar:'. brought forth cheers from the tar was rapidly spread about the Passing craft saluted the Yankee ns proceeded to her anchorage off lv klnsville. Commander Bionson r"p one death from appendicitis of i; the crew at Key West; otherwise were well on board. rl To Vote on Uanuii Thin Wi'ufc. Washington, July 7. There will vote on the Hawaiian annexati"n i. week. It Is expected within the n s: hours. This Is the understanding, '. Is not the agreement as yet. Tho WrAthrr. Cloudy and warmer; light winds. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL, Closing Quotations of the New York Stm Exchuuge. New York, Jrjy ''. Money on cnll nominally at l'4al'j it Prime morcantilo paur, 3' j:i4 pir ci'nt. t-;. ling exchange easier, witli actual busui---bankers' bills nt H.85i..a4.86i for di niaii.l r at 4.84f iia4.8i-V for AJ dr.va. Posted rati. i and 14.87. Commercial bills. J4 ..l;i4 Silver certificates, EOnnHc. Bur silver. .'. Mexican dollars, 4fi',e. Uovernment I- strong. State bond dull. Kailroad bonds f.: Closing prices: Atchison IS1' N. J. Central ' Bar. & Quincy.... lii North A C, V., C. & St. L. 41 Northern Puuitle. - Chesapeake SeO... Do. pref Chicago Gas 9t0 N. V. Central i:- Cotton Oil Omaha Del. & Hudson .... 108 Ont ario West .. : Erie laJ Pacific Mail .' General Electric. b?8 Hendiinr Hocking Valley. . . 6 Rock Island Lackawanna 15714 Silver Bullion.. Lake Shore st. Paul at' So'.j' Sugar lieflnery . i Louisville & Nash 5H';, Texas Pacific Manhattan Con...lu5V, Union Pacific - Missouri Pacific. H4: wi,uh r..f Northwestern 126 Western Union. . . General Markets. New York, .Tulv ', FLOUR State and western ouier .in 1 steady; winter patents, 4.90a4.75; w:i straights, R45a4.55: Mi a5; winter extras, I:).40a3.t0. WHEAT No. ii red stronger and hiirher , better cables, foreign buying nnd a d. 11 ir. . from local shorts; July, 81a82l8c. ; S pi.::. ber,TSa;8?-8c. RYE Steady: No. 2 mutm j7i. ,. i 1 Buffalo. ' COKN-No. 2 firmer nn nnrn.! t,i nml tlinf. In wheat; July, atasv .v sector,,!,.,- 87 9-10c. ... OATS-No. 2 dull. Imf. o,t. f, !,. WMi track, white, western, vfiav. ORK Stenriv maio tio.in f.i.'v Nl.SOaU. ' LAK1) Steady: nr',., un....r J5.8JS. BLTTEH Stondy; state dairy, IL'al.'j .v.. .iitwiiier.v, la' tal'He. CHEKSK Dull I,....- ...i.i. " White, T.'je. kOGS-Steady ; state and Pennsylvania, t KV- ; western. 12V.,il:i SUGAR-Knw inactive; fair refining, . wntnfua-al, ) test, 4V. ; refined quiet ; crush V. ; powdered, NT1NE-Qit t 20'4aM4V. R "I'AS-Dull; New Orleans, WaSBe. y: d"moatio' 6ja7.'o. ; J"!'1"' TALLOW-Ftrm; a3c. city, Sac. : country, b' HAY-Dull-enoice. 6&a7Uc. shipping, 85a40c. ; good u No .publicity no injerti-ns- 00 "Wmaat" Khtme. tor PM-ttc'i,!-.,-. M.ln-n m ft K 9 fc . strictrfct 1 41 J,rt 8Met. New York City.