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About The Oregon mist. (St. Helens, Columbia County, Or.) 188?-1913 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 6, 1891)
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Leading Paper of Columbia County.
ST. HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1891.
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J. R. BEEGLE, Publisher.
Tho County Official Paper.
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Mtatnaa 11. . HHiriMm f. Ilvl.ua fur
fnniaiiit al It a M 1'iivxlty, Th iiMlar ami Mil
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DR. H. H. CLIFF,
Physician and Surgeon,
HI Helen. Or. -
PR. J. . HALL,
Physician . and Surgeon,
ClataliaHl. t'ul ... Iila Can Ur. .
T. A, Mi'tMtlMl'-' '. ,' A. aWllMwaiia.
McBRIDE & DRESSER.
Attocneyt v at v Law, . ,
. Hr(fln I Hri Or.
I'nimit aii.iiiliiii fUen to (ami ii(tiv lmi.lii.aa
Surveyor and Civil Engineer,
M. Illrna. Or. .
IIhk auil aiituiit.riuii wo.k pioin.lly il.iur.
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W. T. Jft'KMK. J. VV, l)arna.
( BtlRNEY & DRAPER,
Attorneys V at v Law,
j tirvaun t'lly, 1r.
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Hnttoil nta'ra lAud otllr. hvre n:.imiiimW w
In our apei'taHy of all klmla of bualunaa U.r
th Uiid Ultlua or llw l aiirla, ami liiv.ilvlng Hi
.raw I If III Hi inral latuil Ullli o.
J; B. BROCKENBROUQH,
ATTORNEY . AT v LAW,
r. Ortiann I lly, Or. '
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Z' El' WINGERT,
Notary Public and Real Estate Agent,
v. lLuhfiii, Oulumbla Co., Or. ' .
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IVu.l.aH'lalina, txliif anlhiirlatil In hf li'nal
rui'iuiulUiiii iuiii tbo Di'tiarlmoiil nl Hit' r or.
' K. WINUKUr.
D. J. SWITZER,
' Real Estate Agent,
, St. Helens, Oheqon.
.John A. Beok,
Watchmaker and Jeuieler,
Tli Flneat Aaaiirtintint A( VVatoh.i, Clix ka and
Jewvlr ol all liuaviliiUiiim.
QPHOIITI IHI ISMOND, a PORTLAND, OR
EVER D I N G & FARRELL
i Front 8treet; Portland, Oregon,
DKALKRB I.N ' . : '
WHEAT, OATS AND MILL FEED OF ALL KINDS,
Hay, Shingles, Lime, Land Plaster. Also Flour, Bacon, - ;
,' ; i -AND AOENERAL ASSORTMENT (5F-
G- i o c e rieSj
Whirh wo noil cheap for canli. Givo us a call.
EVERDINC & FARRELL
STEAMER C. W. SHAVER.
J. W. SHAVER, Master.
LeHvi-ii rortlnnd from AUlcr-Htreet
Skcniukttwa anil (.fttlilmurt, Wrdnwiday and , I
loiiciliiiiR at Hiiuvioi Inland, St. Holeim,- Columl
City, Ktiiriitrr,' Cdnr Landinfr, Mt.
itnd all hiterincHlittU iMijutri, returning
HOW IS THE tip
Tliis desirable property adjoiiiB Milton Station, on tho Northern Pacific
ONE HOUR'S RIDE FROM PORTLAND.
And in only 11 niilen from St. IUdens,
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2H) yiird of this prtj)erty,
supply of wator
LOTS, 50 x
Kanging in priee from $50
D. J. Switzer, St.
FOR COWLITZ RIVER.
IVIa.U... leaves KELSO Monday, Wednesday and Fri
ll O tril WCSt .lay at 5 a. m. Leaves POHTLAND Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at 0 a. m. ; . -
JOSEPH KELLOGG daily, Sunday excepted, arriv-
ing at Portland at 10:30 a. m, Returning, leaves ruuiL.AL ai
M., arriving i
at 7 P.M.
W, carry a Mil atork of
th vinv UKHT 8jll.
Tra. Sulbi, Fartllliara.
(!c, Btaa.taarl' SuppMi..
one iu a iruu
F. L. POtSON & SON, 300
Hneoaaaor a Millar Broa." :
'.V ,' ANVWHEEE BUT
i( -': ' YOU WILL FIND THE ,
Freshest, Purest and Best of Everything
.- ; -AT THE ;-n;.V.K-:V''.;'"
DR. J. E. HALL, Proprietor. .
itonday, via Woetport,
Friday for Clatukanie,
lua vity, Kalama, rer
diirv Sli'llji. Oak Point
Thursday and Saturday.
TO SECURE fl LOT
t o w n.
tin? county-sent, on the Columbia
alpUatM vima tvithin -
ftir all purjnes.
to 1X), can bo wcnred from
& CO.'S ; STEALERS
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oond Street. Portland, Or.
X Cataloaa, Fr. , : !
AT A REGULAR .
( PACIFIC COAST
Electric Power on the
Northern Pacific! ?
CHINESE GIRLS FOR SALE.
Johnson, Who Was injured at Lake
, Ubish, Wins His Suit for
lioaton capiUliati are after the Tem
eaal tin mine,. '
The trial of the Davie will ciwe at
Butte. Mont., ha, been fiietl for April
Tlie Alliance and Industrial organbta
tiona of IiO Angele, are to form a Peo-
Two men are in jhh a imm uiu,
charged with robbiug the Redding and
The capital itoek of the Biveniide
Rankinir Comniiiv haa been increased
Kiverside think, iU orange crop tbla
Kwn will fill 2,'JOO cars.
ine iruu t.
nntmuaiiy nne. , , ,
A San Francisco company Ii contem
iilating the erection of an electric-lighting
plant in Santa Barbara.
ii.. ln.nnmla (kliint.l nines and
amelter after being ahat down for seven
month have resumed operation,.
The objection of the saving, bank, at
I,s Angeles to the tax asseiwnient, have
been overruled oy jnoge nau.
it viMr.ria. B. CYt ha, been found
that t';ere are nine girls in Chinatown
waiting to ix aoiu. un gin wa, wiu
laat week for 1,300.
iri.. ...,ut hrneh with tha Blnod In
dian, lut acroa, the Canadian border
wa, exaggerateu. t-'ue inui m
and one policeman wounded.
A portion of the walls of the new City
Hall at I'ort Towneend fell in during a
severe atorm and crnnlied a neighboring
hou'e, seriously injuring hq pr-jio.
,...lna1 William Hvde. for a aaarter
of a centnrv editor of the bt. Louis He
,,, has been engaged aa editor of the
kli I jike Herald, a Democratic organ.
In an interview at Spokane Henry Vil-
laro expreaaea me ""'"
of the Northern Pacilio will before long
be operated entirely by electric power.
The Saltan Lake la rapidly disappear
ing. One month more according to par
ties who have returned from there and
no tign of the so-called desert lake will
The Pacific Athletic Club of San Fran
cisco has telegraphed Jim .Cortiett, ask
ing him if he would meet Joe Choynski,
who has rUirned from Australia, for a
puree of 5,000. "
Thousand, of bushels of peaches and
applea are being fed to the hog, alona
the Snake-river fruit belt in Oregon, and
.ii w.na tha fruit raiser are not pre-
iwred to take care of the crop as It comes
on.. '- ""
A San Jose jury la the suit of little
tin-..-.! Pmimmv aeainst H. II. War-
burton of Santa Clara to recover $25,000
for malpractice In treating a Droaen les
in aunh a manner that gangrene set in,
nanwuiitatinir amnutation. rendered a
verdict for $20,000 for plaintiff.
German society at Lo, Angeles is much
..hmuI am. tha nlnnAim. nt of Mrs.
Jennie Halmer with Oscar Overweh.
Mrs. Halmer shone aa an amateur theat
rical star, being the aotibrette of the dra
matic section of Turn Verein. Overweh
leave, a wife and two young children,
At San Dleeo Incandescent electric
lights are lowered into the water at
-I.. l,. an.l a lar,o not ia nlaced below
I hum. Tha fiah am attracted bv the
n.M and ara nlainlr visible. When
ui..ln.l t,.ll IV.A n.l. .-a hauled ID.
.I1U11 Itlllil i U I i MVW " .
and the catche- are said to be enormous.
Tha nraaanna nf Hsntaln Wood and his
command in the Yosemite the past five
n.nt.ll,a 1. a .lM.l A AmnntttratAfl that
.111111. ItD .ii v.va.a "
the devastating fires in the mountain
heretoiore nave oeen caneea uy canaioBB
or reckless sheepberders. The fire, this
vear have not been productive of injury
The number of Chinamen and amount
of onium amuggled through tne round
ml tha rwvta in Nnrthern Washington
must be considerable. A few weeks ago
300 Celestial, arrived in Victoria from
Cl.ina anil latar t)iv all disanrjeared.
T1.A an nrvtaitinn la that thev hav. been
smuggled into thi, country.
Thev have on exhibition at Victoria a
teredo about ten or twelve inches Ion
In a fflana lar f nil of alcohol. Itismarke
" The Scourge of Puget Sound." A,
there are about fonr quarts of alcohol to
. ... , . . . i . i i .1.1
onert'-reao, it. i, a nine aouunm, raya
the Westminster ledger, as to whether
it i the alcohol or the teredo that ia re-
lltlicu w. '
In some parts of the Colorado Desert
water boils up from springs, which are
surrounded by circular hillocks ol car
u.ii nf lima from four to eieht inches
in heiirht. the material of which has
been deposited from the flowing fluid,
1v- Ba. ia an hl.rnlv K rtTtlA with fnU
I HO mill , ,a w " ' p. " ' J " " " ' . E5
that it ia diflicult to keep cork. In bottle,
filled with it.
The Nevada Creamery Commercial
Company haa been incorporated at Oar
son for the purpose of manufacturing
i .tuaiinrt In huttAr nhAAAfl. mndenaed
milk, to build, purchase and acquire
Unda. hnildinim. factories, etc., for the
uiniiM n.i.1 aniA nl nrrMlnrtn. tn deal in
farming implementa, live stock and mor-
clmniliHeoi an a num. ,
T. II. a Humiua unit, aintinst the South
rrn Pacific brought by 6. W. Johnson at
Salem the jury returned a verdict award-
lixl.nMm. ifuiimtKia in the Rlllll of t2.
2i0. 1I a d f ir ?I5,(KH). Johnson was
iijured in the Lske Labish disagler last
Novemlier, and at the time was riding
on a pass given him in consideration for
mrvices rendered the company.
The Siinta Bitrliara Ptrta' criticisms of
be conduct of the postmaster in stop
ping portions of an edition of their pa-
l.A.ini oa it nun
IH-I I'd' IIHOV v..- f -
-ion has ca led forth an open letter from
lie poatmaster, wno says, 11 lie m won,
.. i. i. t,A ilia nl ttnlnv hia dntv. and as
,1. ID 1,1 i.iiw ,,,, ..
... il,... ti.ol aKIlitv ha ia willinir there
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should be a competitive examination
with the editor, of the Prut, but in
piiiit of physical ability he considers
111 111 KM I f fnllv canablo of whipping both
ediloi's if the occasion demanded it.
Senator Sherman Keeps His Private
Correspondence in . a r Ira-
; Proof Vault.
1 .r.. V.J 1.a P-lnnA nl
A I IV . -s,UIIIO IHm J .(.V . ...aw v.
Wales and Lord Dudley i lavender. The
latter nana aai.hela for ties, handkerchief
and ilk socks. -
Roliert T. Lincoln, tha United State
UinialM.I... Hilnaniul Ih ilia A mU.il 111
lilllltrl IIP! 1 V 111. ...... V..T....V -
fiinliFiMKv In I,nilnn. leaving, hi, wife at
Tour, in France, .
Rev. Dr. Jencke, of Indianapolis be
seventy proof, that the world will end
in ten years, and he get, sixty-nine of
.i i. . i i.ii.i- .... .
vnem irom wie Eiiuie. . .
VTi.. r...,:.l .. .. t I ..... P Xrrijn IVUIIM
, tUJ- A ID.I1IGIII 1HV1 Wll
down from his country home at Rhino
. . . . . . ' !
oeca to ni, Danxing ornce in fiasasu
street about once a week.
Rope-walker Dixon, who crossed 350
feet above the whirlpool rapid, at Niag
ara on a three-quarter-inch cable last
July, haa been drowned while bathing.
Mr. Spurgeon signed the abstinence
pledge in lSttJ. Unfermented wine ha
been used at the communion service at
the Metropolitan Tabernacle for several
years. , .
Maior John A. Tibbitts of New Lon
don, Conn., now United State, Consul
at Bradford, England, ha, recently been
in poor neaitu, uu. ia nuw repun mm
very mucn juipiurru.
IaIih l.rnal1 a hrnthpr nf
Charle, Stewart Parnell, resides in At
lanta, (ia. Though living there for the
past twenty four years, he 'has never
taken out citizen papers.
A royal blue Wilton set of pottery wa
purchased recently by Miss Foster for
the Secretary's house in Washington.
This was of American manufacture, Mr.
Foster much preferring this to any foK
eign ware. , : .
Charle, Gaylor, now critically ill at
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Bt. Vincent, rtoaptiai, few lura, iiaa
produced 238 plays since 1849, besides in
his earlier years uotng a great ueai vi
theatrical writina for Greeley and the
Colonel John A. Cockerill, having
n n.nilnma mnnnmnnt t1 tha Or
der of Elks in St. Louis, evidently bo
lieve that " one good deed deserves an
other," aa he ha, offered to present the
citiea of New York and Brooklyn with
two bronze or atone drinking fountain
Vat l"l nlaffiavl nn the Kmnkltfn bridtre
one at each of the two towers.
James Russell Lowell was descended
l.nt. l.ia mnlhar hnm an ancient
Jacobite family the Traills of Blebo in
Fifeshire. -til moiner, xurs. unanea
Lowell, was the only daughter of Will
iam Traill of Westness, Orkney, and
.u:. ur.llin.r. TVo ! 1 1 'a fnnth- Ymlnnotxi tn
H llll.li. ....... u 7-' ,
an old Norse family, so that Lowell had
both Hcotcn ana norwegian urauu.
c ct.A-n.an in hia Hhrarv at
OVllflWl ." v 1 . ... -" - . J '
Mansfield has a large fire-proof vault
containing his enormous private corre-
.1 K-; , Vi nmrninMit men and
DUUIIurui . r . - -
women. There is material for a magnif
icent autoiiraph collection in una maaa
of letters. Among um luuni. iiiirauui.
u i. .ai.l ara tha lontr. confidential and
front inn. ia neraonaf missives of the
Senator's martial brotner.
" c...i.. PotTi.r aaid in a recent erjeech
in Kansas: "lam yoar benator, next
V l'. 1 1 1 Vv " a
in iuiponanoe to tne J resmeni 01 xne
IT, taul UtataJB a.na-1 Ihav hOin ntWlfft
11 MTVa cjuOD aaia.va J v uj "-a" f "X
me these falsehoods." Whereupon the
I , . r I nMilinl. I1..I "If ha
live, and ia not taken from the stump,
be will be in the lunatic asylum before
congress meets, iniiuuiam cuarnj
and with the full belief that the predio
tion will be verified." ,
NATIONAL , CAPITAL.
exchange of Money Orders Between
tho United States and British
The Bureau of American Republic ia
ifoimed that Mexico hs entered into a
iilract with Captain Brcnton of the
ritiab nary to tit out a training ship
r th education of Mexican boy in
An agreement eigned by the Postmao
ter-GciiiTal for the establishment of an
xelmnire of money orders lietween the
Unituil States anil the British colonies
nf Trinidad and Tebago is to go into op-
ration June 1, lntlz.
An official report received at the Navy
Depariment from Mare Island navy'yard
st m es that the injury sustained by the
Mohican in the bursting of her outboard
d -livery pipe can be easily repaired and
the vesel made ready for sea service.
This will be done immediately.
Commissioner Rimoads of the patent
office has rendered a decision on the ap
neal from the decision of the Board of
Examiners in chief denying the patent
ability to the subject matter of an appli
cation for a patent for telephone, filed
by Daniel Drawbangh April 8, 1884. The
decision ia atiinnen.
Colonel Wilson. Superintendent ol the
United State, Military Academy, in bi
annual report expresses himself favor
able to a moderate increase in the corps
of cadets by restoring to the President
the privilege of appointing ten cadets at
large each year. The condition of the
corps during the past year was very grat
Secretary Foster has received a letter
from N. fe..Uaster, N. J. Bryan and
John P. Irish, the commission to select
a site for the San tranciaco public build-
intr. which states that the commission
n-Qttl l accept it at tl.040,000, when the
title was examined and everything found
correct. A letter ia inclosed from Mr.
Hnrney, stating that he accepts the offer
of the government. The commission
adds that it will assist the United State
District Attorney to expedite the search'
ing of the title. This is thought to
finally settle the site matter, .-
Brigadier General Greely, chief signal
officer, in his an mini report to the Secre
tary of War make, a special point of the
necessity for the improvement of the
military field telegraph system in order
that wo may keep, up with foreign na
tonsinthat lespect.- The chief signal
i Hicer haa long appreciated the import
ance of balloons in active military opera
tions, and haa made a special estimate
for the purchase and construction of. a
military balloon train, which i, a neces
sary ail in net to tha Dermanent eauir
ment of the signal corps. A small ap
propriation Is asked to determine by ex-
pertinent the beat mechanism for a pow
erful flna 1 1 light for night signaling and
aeurcti purposes, , .
hinese Are Coming in
A MULATTO TURNING PINK.
New York's Chief Justioe Decides That
, Buying of Poker Chips is a
Chicago propose, a floating hotel.
A Ballimoie mulatto is turning pink.
France 'will buy $40,000,000 worth of
New York Socialists have nominated
an Alderman. . '
Minnesota', new law provide, for pri
vate execution, at night.
Detroit conductor, are attempting to
enforce a no-smoking order. '
There ia lea, railroad building than at
any former period for many years.
Fonr dramatic companies in New York
are composed of labor-union talent. .
The constitution 6f the United States
has been published in Hebrew for New
Coramtlsory life insurant i the order
of s New York heating company to its
employes. : :
Timothy Hopkins' counsel say there
is no thought of compromise in the
'Searlcs will case.
Many Chinese are imported crossing
from Mexico into the United States near
Th TransmissisMDDi Conaresa ' at
Omaha has adjourned, and will meet in
New Orleans in ebro ry.
The United State, grand Jury at Sioutx
Falla haa found eiKhteeii indictmentB
against the Louisiana Lottery Company.
The defaultinir ex-paving teller Garcia
of the Louisiana National Bank at New
Orleans has been released on bond, of
Total exports of breadstuff, in Septem
ber ainrremited in value tai.mi.'ui.
against $7,li,348 in them etme month
Tha Kniithprn Pacific train ro'ibais
arera run down in Texas and cantured;
all but one, who killed himself after be
Forest fires in Oklahoma have com
pletely wiped outCimarton City, a amsli
town, the residents escaping by jumping
into the river.
Tha new bonntv and the necer'ary
ramilatinna to enforce the law have
caused a deadlock at New Oi leans in the
shipment of sugar.
Of the 44 510 seal skin, canzht in the
Rehrinu Sea this season 24,0 0 were
taken by sixteen Nova Scotia schooners
nSUing IU bun, wave... , . . .
rhanwllnr Snow of th. Kansas Uni-
ersity proposes to kill tlit chinch bug
wit'n a deatly parasite. Experiments
have been vury successful.
Census returna show that Montana has
ine liquor saloon to every sixty inhabi
tants. Kansas one o every 823 popula
tion, Iowa one to 4o5 and Maine one to
702. ............ -
Camden', undertaker, have combined
against those who refuse or neglect to
pay funeral expense,, and a black list is
being prepared for their future guid
ance. A rnn is beintt constructed at the Beth
lehem (Pa.) works for the United States
ship Destroyer, which will send 400
piunds of uitro-glycerine 1,0 0 feet un-
er water. '
Rnwne E. Gitrcia. the Davini teller of
the Louisiana National Bank at New Or
leans, ha been declared a defaulter in
the sum of $1),0M. The bank's capital
ha, been unimpaired.
The Boston Business Men's Executive
Association will request the Legislature
to nrevent the issuing of parses to legis
lators, executive officer, and the judi
ciary of Massachusetts. :; : . ...
Eitrht thousand acies of Dine land in
Sawyer county. Wis., were recently sold
to. the Mississippi River Logging Com
nanv for KiOO.000. The 8,000 acres jrili
cut 100,000,000 feet of timber.
Judire Barrett of New York hah itranted
an attachment against the property in
New ork belonging to the Columbus
Borax Company of California for $20,625
in favor of Marcus A. josepni.
T nn Tl .. .1 .1 n MnMmnlin. hlmoAlf
to be a wealthy California", with a large
account in some can r rancisco rant, nas
been placed in the detention hospital at
new torn, ne is pruuuuuucu iusauc.
Since the Blaine cottage at Bar Har
bor was closed a few weeks ago, the flow
ers and shrubbery around it have suffered
at the hand, ot relic hunters to mien an
extent that there will be a big job for
the gardener next spring. .,
At length it begins to look a though
elevated railroads would be an accom
plished fact in Philadelphia within a
reasonably near future. Three ordi
nances passed Councils last winter grant
ing privilege for such roads.
There are 142,519 children under 5
years of age living in 'the tenement
house of New York city.. Over 100.00J
children under school age are Btill in the
formative period and surrounded by
scarcely any influence for good.
The latest Washington crop estimate
place, the wheat yield-of the-United
States this year at fifteen bushels per
acre, which will give a total of about
500,000,000 bushels, or 8 per cent, more
than previous estimate, in tne traue,
s Chief Justice Ehrlich of the New York
City Court has decided that the buying
of chips at a game of poker ia a legal
transaction, and that a person buying
the same could not avoid payment on
the ground that it was a gambling debt.
Rev. G. P. Reilly of Marion, Ind is a
member of the G. A. K. and also of the
National Conference of the Wesleyan
Methodist Convention at Grand R,apids,
Tha conference oDnoses secret ; orders
and he will have to quit it or the Grand
Army. ' ' " ' :
A convict in the Ohio penitentiary is
the latest long sleeper. He haa been
sleeping steadily for a month, and" can
only be aroused' to take food by the ap
plication of paddles to the sores of his
leet. . ineooctor Bay ue win strop mur
eli to death.
Prodnea. Frolt, Kta.
Wbkat Valley, $1.65; Walla Walla,
Floub Standard, $4.65; Walla Walla,
$4.50; Graham, $3.75; Superfine, $3.00
Oats New, 4245c per bnsheL '
Hav $11 13 per ton.
Millstufus Bran, $1820; shorts, $21
(322; ground barley, $22.50(325; chop
feed, $18(a)19; feed barley, $20; mid
dlings, $23(24 per ton ; brewing barley,
$1.15 per cental. .
BurrnH Oregon fancy creamery, 85(1
37jc; fancy dairy, 3J32c; fair to
good, 25"t27!'ac; common, 1522c;
Eastern; 25C31iC per pound.-
Chkksb Oregon, 12c; Eastern, 14 . ,
15c per pound. .'
Kootr Oregon, 30c; Eastern, 2627Jc
Poultbv Old chicken. $4.50(15 00;.
young chicken,, $2.50(4.00; duck,. $5.00 '
7 50; geese, 9.00 10.00 per doaen;
turkeys, 14c per pound.
VKoitrABLKs Cabbage, nominal, 75c.
$1 percental ; cauliHower,$1.25 per dozen ;' '
Onions, 75c$l per cental ; potatoes, 40(a) -80c
per sack ; tomatoes, 40(850c per box ;
sweet potatoes, l2c per pound; Cali
fornia eeiery, 75c per dozen bunches;
fancy Oregon celery, 50c per dozen
Fbcits Sicily lemons, $8.50; Califor
nia, $5.50(o!li.60 per box; apple,, 5080c
per box: bananas, $3.003.50a bunch;
pineapples, $46 per dozen; peaches,
50875c per box: grape,, Tokay, $1 per
box ; muscat and black, 5080c per crate ;
pears, 05$1 per box; quinces, $1.00 '
1.25 per box; cranberrie,, $10 II per
barrel; Oregon cranberries, $9.50 per
barrel ; Smyrna figs. 20c per pound ;
citron,, 27c per pound. .
Nuts California walnuts,Il12e ;
hickory, 8c; .Brazil,,- 10llc al
monds, 16(?18c; filberts, 1314c; pine
nut,, 1718c; pecans, 1718c; cocoa
nuts, 8c; hazel, 8c; peanuts, 8c per
pound, . .', . ..- ... .. .
Staple Graearlss. ..
Hoaar 17i18c per pound. ,
Salt Liverpool, $14.50, $15.5016.50;
sUx k, $1112 per ton.
, Rick Japan, $5.00; Island, $5.75 per
Beaks Small white, 2c ; pink, 2'c ;
bayos, 3?c; butter, ',c; ltmas, aJc
per pound. , ,
CorrsB CosU Rica, 20(S21c; Rio,
21c; Mocha, 30c; Java, 26!c; Ar
buckle's, 100-pound cases, 22 'c per .
Suoab Golden C,4?ie; extra C, 4Vc;
white extra C. 4-Hc: grannlated, 6c:
cube crushed and powdered, 6c; con
fectioners' A, 5,'iC ; maple sugar, 10c per
Eastern, in barrels, 47a55c;
half-barrels, 5058c; ia cases, o580e
per gallon ; $2.25(22.50 per keg. Cali
fornia, in barrels, 30c per gallon; $1.75
Dbiko Facrrs Italian prunes, 8c;
Petite and German, 7c ' per pound ;
raisins, $1.201.50 per box; plummer
dried pears, 89c; sun-dried and fac
tory plums, Dc; evaporated peaches,
9allc; Smyrna fig,, 20c; California;
ngs, 7c per pouna. -: . ..; ;i .
Canned Goods Table fruits. $1.65(9
1.80, 2,s; peaches, $1.80a2.00; Bart
lett Dears. ,1.80(31.90; plums, $1.87
10; strawberries, $2.25; cherries, $2.25
432.40; blackberries, si.Hotgl.w; rasp
berries. $2.40: pineapple, $2.25(32.80,
apricots,l 001.70. f ie fruit: Assorted,
$1.10(21.20; peaches. $t,aa; prams, $1
1.10; blackberries, $1.2.j per dozen Veg
etable,: Corn, $1.25(l.ti5; tomatoes,
$1.00 3.00: sugar peas, $1.00(i 1.15;
string beans, 90ei$1.00 per - .dozen.
f ish: Barainee,7fXi(gl.oo; toosiere,
3.50. Condensed milk : Eagle Brand,
$8.10. Crown, $7.00; Highland, $6.50;
Champion, $5.50; Monroe, $65 per case.
meats : tjornea Deei, a.uu ; cnippou umi,
$2.25: lunch tongue. $3.10 Is, $6.00 2s;
deviled ham, $1.35(32.66 par dosen.
N.n Base a notation,: ' Iron. $3.00;
steel, $3.00; wire, $3.50 per keg.-.
bos Bar, 3e per pouna. , k . . .
STKKt lOJi'c per pound.
Tis-I. n. charcoal. 14x20. prime oual
ity, $8.008.60 per box; for crosses, $2
extra per box; roofing, 14x20, prime
quality, $6.75 per box ; I. C. coke plates,
14X21, prime quality, i.u mt wa. -.
Lad 4sc per pound; lur, o:c.
Solder IS'bCIU'bC per putsud, ac
cording to grade.
Biiot $l.o per sack.
Naval Storks Oakum, 45 per bale;
rosin, $4 8'KS.i.OO per-280 pounds; tar,
Stockholm, $12.00; Carolina, $7.00 per
barrel; pitch, $6.00 per barrel; turpen
tine, 65c per gallon in carload lots.
Hides, Wool and Hopa.
Hunts Dry hides, selected prime.
(89e: Wo less for cull,: green, selected.
over 55 pounds, 4c ; pnder 65 pounds, 3c ;
sheep pelts, snort wool, .twwihic; me
dium, 6080c; long, 90c$l.25; shear
lings, lU(1)c; taiiow, gooa to vnoice, a
3'ic per ponnd. '
Wool Willamette Valley, 1719c;
Eastern Oregon, 10l7c per pound,
according to conditions and shrinkage. .
Hops JNominai; litsioc per puunu.
Tk Haat Markrt. '
Bkm Iive.2ic; dressed, 5 e.
Mutton Live, sheared, 3c ; dressed,
Hoos Live, be; dressed, 7C
Vbal 67o per ponnd.
Smokid Mkats Eastern bam. 12(a)
13c; other varieties, 12s'c; breakfast
bacon, 13iact amoaea oacon, li'iM
lljc per pound ...
Laud Compound. 10c: pure, ll13c;
Oregon, lOOc per pound. .
Baa and Bacslms.
Bnrlau,. 8-oa.. 40-inch, net cash, 6c;
burlaps, IO'j'-oz., 40-inch, net cash, 7c;
burlaps, 12-os., 45-inch, net cash, "Kir;
burlap,, 16-ox., 60-inch, lie ; burlaps, 20
oz., 76-inch, 13c. Wheat bags Calcutta,
22x36, pot, c; inreoousnei oai oagn,
Sc. Cental (second-hand wheat bags),
8c .... . :
Tina a for All Thins.-
Deacon Ebotty-r-"Now that;tb,'. was
termillion croo is 'bout ovah, Uaeea
ter me, Mistah Jett, it would be good
time ter atert a revivaL" -, t'
I'arson Jett 'Not . yit, Brudder
Ebony, not yet. Tho spring chit ken
crop is je a" begun." i '
Tee tJood AII of m Bmlden, -
College President All the boys hav
ttended prayers regularly this week.
Professor Not one baa misted for
President Hnmpb.. Some infernal
kmlsuhtei la brewing.