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The Chinoe government h:s on) or I j
the degradation ( I'riuoe Tumu. !
. (.ieriimo wmit WolilertH'e to offer
rewerd fur tlie IichiI of frlatu Tiimo.
An HUtlieure of 2tV0tf )MHple was
n.liiresstHl bf J!oosvf It iu Kmuhh Citv,
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'Ooveruor Severn wye ho hue ie
reived !filTi,47U fur uUI of TexAi .uffvr
re. To .Int.', 2;S! Uo,l lmve leen orti
clellv ' ie)iuriel fun ml ' et littlveitou,
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The puMtolfice et Me-e, I j inlle fnm
rhoeuix, Ariiiiim. we niliLed of l,000
iu stxmiH end $.'00 iu re&li.
Tuoiiimh (. SherniHU, the (nnumi
lawyer ttud pinle-txx edvmute, died et
his home iu New Yolk, eted (III,
W. ilurke Covhrea eixike eKNint ex
pU!iioii iu the Colieeum lu ('hirnitu he
fore nu Mudieut'e of 12,00(1 irmi. .
inperi:l stntintioi nhow that M4,
283 children Mow 14 - yeer of ne ere
euHKed iu luduotriel 'ursuits iu lier-
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Lieuteuiint-ticiierel Miles iu liix en-
nunl report reueen his niconiineiiiletiou Idee, en lucree ot 10,000,000 rouble
for the fuvtber ue of the eutoinohile iu 1 for the current year. Tbe ordinary x
the arinrv . ' '" '", , v" jieDdlture swallow tlO.UUO.OUO fonhlee,
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Jolier, III., bee Iweu slint dowu
owing to a Uck o( onlerv
ami mcu are affected.
The uvipulatiou of St. Jowph, .Mo.,
H( cording to the rutted Statea cettMia,
ie 10J,9;, egHiut i,:i.M iu IHVO, au
increase of fitt,655, or ltd. 8 1 per cent.
A city detective of Cleveland, Ohio,
wee allot and inataiitly killed while
trying to put a atop to a ahiHitiu utTiay
between union and nonunion moldere.
For the fiscal year eudiug Jone !!0,
1900, the total number of io.Htiig,
etampa of all kiuda i.aucil in the Unit
ed S tn tee, iucludiiig ordinary atHinpa,
jMiatitge due ftninpa, atamped envelopes
and poctwl rarda. reai-hed tlie enormona
total of 5,33.1,00(1,00(1, valued at f'JS,
000,000 en .increase of 400,000,000
stamps over the preceding year.
' tieneral MacArthnr recently issued
tbe following general order tor the bet
. termeut of the government of the city
of .Manila: ''KxlMing onlera re(inr-
ing rewidenta of the city of - .Manila .
confine themaeU'ea to their homes after .
1,1 r l I...l.r .,.,ni.,lu,l
to extend the hour " to 1 1 I". M., after
which hour the streets will l clt-Hrcd
by the poli.e. ShIooih will la? closed
at 10 1'. M., and the aale of liquor pro-
hibited after that hour."
Hoodlums at Victor, Colo., attacked !
Conger will not yet begin negotia
tions with the ChiueaA "ciminibrtdon. '
Buffalo, N. Y., ia made Ihe eighth
city of the United States by the new !
census, having paased Cincinnati and j
Shu Francisco. (
The Parkland Fishing & Tacking
Company baa bceir -inoorKirated with
a capital of faO.OOO."' Its headquarters ;
will be Parkland, Pierce uouutv, Wash.
A passenger train on the Fort Worth
& Bio Orande railroad ran into a wash j
out near Bock Creek, Texa. Oue j
person was killed aud eight badly ia- j
(ieorge V. t)rew, tii.firMt Democratic
governor of Florida after the war, died j
at bi.i home at Jacksonville, aged 73 :
years. Two honrs before hia death hia i
wife died from the effe.cta of a stroke j
of aKplexy. ;
SevfH has been received of hnrricHoe
at (Jfford, Iceland, September). The j
wind, it ia said, blew 120 miles an
hour. . Nearly all the fishing su.acka
were driven ashore, houses were razed '
and several persona were killed. There j
waa great deatrnctiou of property.
The' Bemiblio lion & Steel Com-1
pany'g works iu Fast St. Louia, 111., !
known as the Tudor Iron Works, have
resumed operations after a suspension
of two months ou account of tlie fail
ure to acrce upou a wane scale. An
agreement baa now been reached and
signed for the ensuing year, and up
wards of (too men are at work.
A large timber-jend deal was com
pleted at' Albany, Or., by the tiling in
the office of the county recorder a deed
from W. H. Stiinaon, of Los'Angleea,
Cel., to Theodore O. Wither, ol La
Crosse, Wia., conveying about 4,fi00
acres of timber land in the southern
part of the county for the consideration
of .$40,800. Two other deeds -of 100
acres each were filed in favor ot With
er, the consideration being approxi
mately $10 an acre, a bih price for
timber land, indicating au increased
demand for such property.
A man in North Missouri ia named
South Vi est.
Lord Hoherts is due in London on
November 1. Boiler is to command In
The postal service establishment of
the United States ia the greatest busi
ness concern in the world.
lielgium uses more tobacco, in pro
portion, than any other country, about
110 ounces per capita ' yearly, while
Italy tines ouly 22 ounces.
The cetiHits shows that there are
more Indiana than iu 18!H)1
Cotton millB of England face a 'crisis
and may bo closed indefinitely, owinx
to America's short cotton crop.
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Japan is the largest consumer of rice
in the world, the average ; being ;800
pounds a person a year. - .The, A moil
cans use but four pounds per cupita.
Montgomery, Ala., and Columbus,
(ia., have both parsed ordinances re
quiring street railways to provide rep
arate accommodatious for the colored
, Tbe eliiei eepturetl tihen 1 11 Keren
(eriueui routed ltoxer force neei
Kooeevelt revived greet ovetiou iu
Lincoln, Ntb, c
lieuim ipoke in Cliioefo ou the Turn
nieny ire trust. ,
Milliliter Wo eoiillriu the iriwrted
indictment ot liiuue Tueu.
rronH(ta ere egeiu iroo tor lettte
meut of the ChtneM queetiou,
Drittr.li eleotlon returue continue k
how lerue tniervetiv
A bilne l.loek el Shemko, Or.,'
wee roiuplvlel destroyed by fire.
Iteily DemiKrete ot Monteue, uotnl -
nete.1 Thiniien S, lloeu (or governor,
. MeMichuietU De.no. rete uomlunted
e full eute tl.-kei. heeded l.v Hotierl
'I ret reiue, Jr. j
A nesro fleud wae bortied et the
teke et Wetumuk. Ale., fur en t-
" Sir Kedvers Huller will return to
r.uisleiid with l-oid lloberts end lord
Kitchener v ill rumeiu iu the chief
couimeud iu South Africa.
tu i .i i. i o.u
e. oHicMly euuoi.nced l.vthe United
lire iKiiiuiiiu.fii t.fi inn i in rrniur.
Melee ceumu bureeu, ie(B(i,671, e
j egeiimt 4a.8" iu 18!0, en' iuoreeee ot
. il.HU, or US. 3:1 ier cent.
The IVriivten cabinet lies realuned,
! oviuK to uuHiiiioou vote ot ceiuure
j'liy eouurese, btiing inevitable re
I eult of the icendnl in connection with
j the purchese of enue iu lloluliun end
: the alleged urn by Senor lieleinuude,
1 ex-iiiiiiiter of tiueuce, of tiovcrnmeut
I'fouds for bin private treiiaeotion.
j According to icmi-otllcliil tte
iiuutx, the KuKnieu uevel vntiiiiHtee for
1901 ha a total of U7.0U7.tM mm-
! nt 'Which ltl.000.ti00 ie iutended to
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""'ngineq ine nct'i, a.oou.uou rouoma
I liarnor worn in uhimii, a. oou.uou
' roiuiie to te rxpemteii at iniiivoeiocx,
aud 3,00(1.000 at fort Arthur
Kate Carinack. wife of (ieorge Car
mack, tbe Klondike millionaire, lilrd
a suit in the au)erior court at llollia
tor. Cel.. for divorce, alleging deaer-
tiou and infiilvlity. She deimiuds half
i-f the c iiiimmiity proa'rty, which am
aista ol valuable klomlike
tattle aud other placea. aud
large sums deimsited in Holliater, San
Freucinco aud Sen Ula banka. The en
tire property la appraised at f 1,800.
OIK). Carinack propones to ctmteat the
suit, end a neuxatiouat trlul ia autlci-juite-l.
Itritiah recapture their guna from the
Itryan made a dozen spechei iu
The pope (avnrs the American policy
iu the Philippines.
tm iiimiT donlna aov agTeeuieut With
France and lto-aai. .
Many bindneaa men
aion to Walla Walla.
will Join excur-
Koosevelt spoke to 30,000 or 40,0011
Sehraskaus in .McCook.
Idaho miner convicted of cotispirac.
to obstruct mail traiu duriug big strikr
of 1 8U0.
Washington stockmeu confer with
Commissioner Hermann regarding
grazing ou (oreat reserves.
The population of the city of Ioa
Angeles, Cel., according to tbe ccnaua
of iswo, ia 102,479, an increase ol 6i,
04H, or 103.3.1 per ceut since 1 HOO.
Within a radius of 12 miles of Sump-
ter, Or., six lumber nulla arc in opera
The timber in that district Is of ;
splendid quality aud there ia au active i mitten, a sub-committee ot the dalvea
market (or it. j ton central reliel committee, and cus
John K. Hudson, presi.lent of the
American Bell Telephone Company,
died suddenly iu the Uoston & Maine
railroad station at Beverly, Mass.,
while wuitiu, for a train.
The 700 employes of the Heading
Iron Company, of Dciinville. Pa., tie-
cided today to accept the 2Q per cent
reduction in their wauea. to take effect
October, ano agaiuat wnicu nmy
The Austrian steajner Lloyd 1ms
sailed from Loureneo Marques, having
on board 400 Transvaal refugees, part
of them being Irish-Americans. All
their expenses have beeu paid by tbe
Tiuusvual government. F'ach man re
ceived 80 shillings aud will I paid
43.50 on lauding- at any port
may be s-iiected by them.
Captain J. V. Henry, of (juiucy,
111., who has just resigned aa assistant
postmaster, wa arrested for the al
leged embezzlement ef $3,300, funds of
tbe Piatioual Bail way Mail Service
Benevolent Aaeciatiou. of which be had
been secretary aud treasurer since its
organization. Henry had glveu the
association a bond of $10,000,
Sim Leep was killed at Carson, Or.,
by being rftu over by a logging wagon,
Tbe accident occurred one-half mile
from Brown's saw mill, where he wss
employed, He was driving a heavily
loaded four-homo logging evagon down
a steep giade, when the brake failed to
work, and the horses ran away. The
driver jumped, but was caught uuder
the load. Deceased waa 25 years old.
Two of the horses were killed outright.
Pearls are being found in great quan
tities in the Black and St. Francis riv
ers, in southwest Missouri.
General Richard O'fJrady Italy, the
new commander-in-chief of the British
troops ifi Canada, won the riistinguUh
ed service order in the Kgyptinu expe
dition of 1882..
During the last three years Russia
has iieen oolouizing Siberia aa far as
possible. At least 200,000 colonists
have beeu sent into the country over
the Trans-Siberian railway.
A crusade, against prairie dogs is to
be made in northwestern Kansas.
The University of California an
nounces courses of instruction in Jap
anese and Chinese, two of the most im
portant of the languages which has re
cently become desirable for many
Americans to learn.
A part of the Chinese force is armed
with ancient gingals, the first Are arms
invented, loaded with powder and shot,
and touched off at the vent with a
stick of lighted incense. These old
guns have been in use among the Chin
ese (or upward of 1.500 years.
Particulars or the Affair
THREE OTHER LIVES LOST
American Al.a Unit Htrat Waild
-Tjf Wr lha Victim f Traaek
eruu llobaU Tha Hallef Kipaillllaa,
ManUl4 Oot- 's,pw,utTO nutlve
! rt)arta. which ere Keuerallr bellied
; to beve beeu ourreut iu Meutle tor ev
j erel deye, ere to the effect the! Cup-
w,n vtnu MUeuw en.l wmpeiiy r,
'' ' Twenty-liluth luieutry.
Inn ol 45 men, etetioned t lloeg, Mer-
ilitlnnita lalallrl. amharkHit NanlMllltMe
,8 w h, ,unboM yillelobo. end leud
.... (h. M-ri,,..,,,.,,. rauJI ttoutember
14, where 800 of the euemr, ermed with
rlHee, euppoeedly . from Lama,
prieed the Aitiericene, ,The letttr
fuutibt for several hours, until their
inmiiultioti wes exlmjuted, end they
were overiowerel eud surrendered, re-
At least (our ot
tha soldiers were killed, amoug whom.
acoonling to reixirtu, were Captain
shields. The Americans also bad sev
Lieutenants Keif! and Dates, on
board the guuboat Yorktown, left Ma-
Ulla Monday. Alter gatnnrtug troops
i at llaUugae they proceeded to Mariu
dnque to verify the report relenting
the fate of Captain shields and his
lueu, and iu caee the native rumors
were w ell (oiinded. to puuish the rebel
end release the captive. News from
this expedition is awaited with some
(anxiety at Manila. Iu tbe mean
j while, the censor prohibit the trans-
! mleeiou of news concerulng the alTalr.
! Colonel Kdwward K. Ilerdiu. ef the
i Tweutv-tilnth rciriment. who i now
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j in .nauiia, auinin it la iiiiiiiiiii ...u.
; iue uauve reports iney oe uorrw-i.
ECUADOR AND PERU.
UaUlluMS HalwraN lha tea t'aunlHes
Nut tha Must Agraaabla.
New York, Oct. 8. Tbe Herald
corre0(leut iu Bogota aaye no action
will be taken on the protocol receutly
. I ttuiirtit hv liuiir I.'rilm and the nov
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i ' rw.
iet ftriVeV I PO ft U eeo VI IMXi 'Vi'lll"U
j authorities waiting (or important data
: in regard to the attitude of Kcuador in
j connection with the invasion of the
'southern frontier of Colombia. Colom
! bia ia also investigating whether Ecus
j dor has beeu in connivance with Vene
In tbe meantime the Colombian gov
eminent has given order to the mill
J tary authorities ou the F.cuadoilau
frontier to malntaiu the strictest Ueu
i tralitv. Tbe Llbeial revolution la not
. i.. j..
i liinneo to guerrilla wariare iu too '"),
pe'tments of tondina, Man-a and Toll- j
'ma. The revoltiliouiava iu mo uouu,''
i 'ommauded by Oeusral Santos, have
'offered to capitulate,
i (ieneial Piuxeti, the hero ol tha
, northern campaign, la-came minister
i of war ou September 19. He has
i strengthened and made the departinent
I more popular
The Maironln government is now
recoguixed by tbe diplomatic corps re
siding iu Bogota. Communication be
tween Lake Maiacaila) and Kcuads hits
, cn lliinilrcit Tlinuaantl Hollar, (.'on
trlbulcil Vp tv lHla.
f Oalvexlon, Tex., Out. 8. lohu
Sealy, chairman of the finance com-
todian ot tlie (ia Ives ton reliel fund, has
given cut the following:
"All supplies that have been turned
over to me up to and including October
1, 1900, from all sources, amount to
$781,043.63. This amount Includes el'
money received by me direct, all re
celved br Major Jones, aud also $300,-
j 50q i-nniitted to me by Governor Savers
ini .uii-rttjtions made to him. The
governor lias also onieren a lur.imi ir
mittance to me of $100,000, which
should reach me in tho next few days,
aud be will send me from time to time
such additional funds as be may re
ceive. Wo are arranging in proper
shape a tuU itemized statement ot all
receipts aud amounts expended, which
will be duly published."
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Troublaa f tha Kliif of Camhoilla.
Paris, Oct. 8. Prince Ykanthor, son
iof the Kiug of Cambodia (French Jndo
j China), who was receutly a guest of
! France at the exposition, aud who dia-
sojieared somewhat mysteriously, was
i found in Bruaaels. A dispatch sent iu
!hs behalf says be did not rail for home
lust week from Marseilles, as was ar
ranged, because he has not received tlie
French government's reply to the let
ter of grievances from his father iigftinst
the French oflicials in Cambodia, of
which he was the bearer. . He adds
that the only resKinae he received waa
a telegram trom his fathor, orJerlnghis
return, but be explains thut be cannot
do so until he has received the reply of
the French government, so he has gono
to Brussels. The prince denies having
any disagreement with hia father, King
Itritlnh Hhcllad a Vllllf.
Hong Kong", Oct. 8. The British
gunboat Bobin has shelled the village
of Lnk Lae, on the West river, in re
taliation for the inhabitants tiring on a
British steamer. The ringleaders were
afterward captured and Hogged.
Kir III Chicago.
Chicago, Oct. 8. Fire tonight de
stroyed an eight-story building on
Market street, doing $600,000 damage.
Tbe principal loser is E, A. Rothschild
Coal Mine Burning.
Evansville, Ind Oct. 8. The Sun
nvside coal mine, in this city, the
larest coal mine in Southern Iudiuna,
is in fire, and it is feared the entire
mine will be destroyed. The value of
the mine is estimated st $200,000.
Baden-Potrall at Pretoria.
Pretoria, Oct. 8. General Baden
Powell has arrived here to take com
mand of the police in tbe Transvaal
and Orange river conntry, where it is
proposed to maintain a force of 12,000
men, all nnder General Baden-Powell.
AN UNWATERED UMPIRE.
f the NaUaaal Irr laallua Asea
The vlsu that the posslbilitiei ot ir
rigation reveal, says the Ui Angeles
Herald, is almost stupendous, at a tew
facte and figure prepared by tb Na
tional Irrigation Aseouietiou deiuon.
itrete. The federal government today
owns 100,000,000 sores of land, which
Is worthies only because it is arid,
Thia "uuwstered empire'' can be re
claimed by Irrigation and rendered
oepeble of sustaining a population ot
tl least 60.000.000 People, Ju the
word of the secretary of agriculture in
bis last annual report: "Mora than
one-third of the country depend upmi
the success of Irrigation to maintain
the iieopla, the Industries, and the
political institutions ot that area, and
future growth will also ha measured by
the increase of tbe reclaimed ere I. In
a region which, In tbe extent ot diver- j
slty of iu mineral wealtl. im tie
equal ou the Klule, the rioht-s u" the
mtaaa in ine nuia arc airee, nt 'j
ed by the productions ot the Irrigated
farms la the valleys, and the nation bi
larga is at last awakeolug to tlie fact
that tbe development ot tha tiae ot the
rivera ami arid lend ot the West will
constitute one of the most important
poohs in our iuoreeee in population
aud material wealth."
Ware tar lha rederel Oaeeremeel.
Theee stupendous ponaibiiltlea also
preeeut a colossal problem Jlow nisy
this gigautld desert bo transformed
into a laud ot proiperlty?
Who Is to
retleeiu the national domain by a com-
prehenslve syste'n of reeervolrsf It hat
been demonatrateil by 20 year of expe-
rieuoe iu iirlgatlun develoiiment ami
by the rejorts ot government experts
ana engiueere met the greai problem
can ouly be solved by the fe.lural gov
ernmeut. CaUlii Hiram M. t'hltten
den, cuglneer corps, U. K. A., iu his
reportou "Surveys for lieeervolr Sites."
emphatically that reservoir
couatructlou iu the add regions of th
West can pniierly U carried out ouly
through public ageuclea. "I'rlvate
enterprise, cau never accomplish the
work suocessully. A between state
and nation, it falls more proajrly
uuder the latter.''
Tae Vaar Wnuiit Haeiaim tea Wa.i.
It ia estimated that $143,000,000
would reclaim the arid lands of the
West; that an expenditure by the fed
eral government ol $IS, 000,000 a rear
(or 10 years would open up lauds for
, the settlement of a population as big at
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iwui ma vuurv coimirj at , present,
I All appropriation of $100,000 was made
. at the last session o' congress for pre
liminary surveys to discover the bett
locations for the immense reservoirs.
.The assistance of every organisation
and of every individual in lorwarding
this all-important work ihoulld be wel-
oomed and asalaled in every possible, ww"- loaiaa and Oalns Fmiii the Vv
way. OUY K. MJ;IKM-. ; risina ju China." Dr. Clark, who baa
- . . I .'i J . . iTQlixT-'Srrrnil oili"lou stations In
amiuug ni mviv out.UIK.ro.
everal Balrmlshas lrl-f tha Waah
Xt...il, lint Tl. -..
the viciuity of Manila huve tateii
i 2. irrK
v. a. i3 ,:rr. JzMlnnr
HnTit f ... Sh i
as well as oulpostliringst Imu Bacoorl
and Muutln Luna. The American ottl
cers are satisfied that tha alleged ami-!
gos, living in and around tbe towns in
question, participate ) iu these attacks, 1
Olllolal reports have been received of
insurgent activity in Zambalei province
aud Iu Bataugss province. Two skirm-
ishes occurred during the week on the
Blcol liver, in the province of South
Camarines. It is estimated that the
insurgents lost UO killed in the various
Two civilians, John Mc.Mahou and
Balph McCord, of Han Fraucisoo, whu
started ou a buaiuess trip for Ytgan
aud Bangued, in northern Luson, have
not been heard from for ; three ' weeks,
It is feared they have beou killed or
captured by tbe insurgents. , I
' A K ie h M aiT I taaX ' ' 1 i
Indianapolis, Oct. 8. W. V. Wul
cott, of Boston, died at St. Vincent's
hospital from a stroke of apoplexy sua-1
taiued on a Big Four train yesterday,
Mr. Woloott located In St. Louis about
80 years ago. Ha becamo a member
of the firm of Wolcott & Hume, . pub
lishers ot the Journal and Times, at
St. Louis, aud later was president ol
the St. Louis Car Coupler Company.
He owned large interests iu Missouri
sino mines aud at the time of his death
was senior partner in the banking firm
ot Woloott & Co., of Boston and New
York. A search of his effects brought
to light the fact that he curried with
blm a large fortune. He had in hit
valise $500,000 in government bonds
and about $2,000 in cash on bis per
son. . Hoars Coming ta A inarlee. J
St. Paul, Oct. l."-Tbe Globe tonior-.
row will say. "iinnuroos aun per-
haps thousands, of Doers will emigrate
from South Africa to the United htaiei
and settle in the Northwest. Tbcodure
Van Greoht, o( Holland, who Ims ol
late years made bis borne In the South
African republic, is Iu ft t. Paul to sr-
Minir. aariafantore railroad rates over
the Western liuei. Mr. Van 'Grechlouey'ulSToTr snbje?ta,-
..... a a. ...I.a ....as i .1 1 lie , -f .Am a. A i a.A .1
will hring a large contingent ot isoerr
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10 mis oouniry in tue spring 11 conni-
...... 1.1. n. .u
ends of Boers, he says, who are anx-
iously awaiting an opportunity to leavt having presented his papers ot. retire
their nreseut environment aud embark "'eut the minister disappeared, with-
for another land." , : : s ;
Bnllroad Han's Sulolila.
Birmingham, Ala., Oct. 8. Warnei
M. Newbold, superintendent of the
South and North Birmingham Mineral
Divisions of the Louisville & Nash
ville railroad, committed 'suicide at bit
residence in this city today by shooting
himself in the mouth with a 88-calibei
revolver. Mr. Newbold lost his wife
some months ago, and since that time
has been despondent, aud to that cants
is attributed the terrible deed which
has shocked the community.
Hi Ships ol tha Quarter.
Washington, Oct. 8. The quarterly
statement of the commissioner ot navi
gation shows that 808 sail vessels ol
88.790 aross tons were built in the
United' States and officially numbered (
during the quartet endod September 80,
1890. Of the vessels constructed oi
wood, 160 were sail and 127 steam.!
Of the steel vessels four were sail and
17 steam. Of the whole number ibu ,
were built on the Atlantio and Gull
coasts, 28 on the Paoiflo, 89 on the
Great Lakes, and 68 on the Western
rivera .' . . '
Powers in Accord as Regards
Ke (iareiaey 1auw Slaa ef rrerer-
la In Julii ilia t'niHiiiuM Ijfnveiuant
-Knrljr NcIIUiiikiiI l.ui.aa.l 'ol,...,,
Washington,, Oct, 4 -Fftvorable
nee has reached Waabington from (be
Kuropean cliMUcelltiriee, ludliating
that a complete sgreeiuent a to Chimi
is within aiuht. The agreement will
bn oil the basis of the piopoeitions laid
dowu by Keoretiiry Hay iu hie note of
July 3, i'. I tlm mibmHiirrt note treat
leg on t snbout, 'Die Mjcord o( Kos-
em . od then wi Miitkt!tod at llrst,
em) In "() en show that all of tbe
Fttrop. in i.itioin ptoliably are pl.iclug
thems.vea iu postlioti to taka advau
lege of the owiiltig made by the Unit
ed Hiatus, aud soon will m ready to be
gin negotiation for a settlement with
the l'blnee loveinmeut. The ltua
sains already have glveu notice of such
purjMice, aud while the text of tbe
French note ou this subject, referred
to Iu today' press dUpatcbes, has not
resehed the sute ileiiiirtmeut. the oltl
clals are sattslled that it I correctly
retxirted aud that France, like Hussia,
is ready to negotiate at otice. .
As for (iitrminy, either the tsltloti
I of that government has been misiiiidcr-
; sbhuI or it baa snatulmid a change of
J mind. INiaslbly the former is ihe case,
j but, however that nmy be, It is quite
; certain from the advice's which have
reached VViiahlngUin that .the Oermnti
' government, iitam carelul iiisiiectiou of
(he plmm tor a settlement projected by
the United States, flndi ibrieiu imth-
Ing Imonsiatent with the (irifiaii as -
' plrai ions. Therefore, It may be cx
j pected that (jermany, too, will be pre -
j pared amm to Jln In this coinmoti
movement toward a settlement It
j may be stated that altogether the proa-
, pects of au adjustment of the Chinese
j dilllcitltic without resort to formal
wnr ere very much brighter than they
f were one week ago.
BlaMtS THfc HJHStUNEnS.
Clark lis tha I.H'.as and ll.lm from .
tha I irl.ln( In I Mux. s
p.ostiui. Oi't, 4.-At tbe (longreita
tlmial miliiatara' meeting this morning
,mj principal speaker was lr. Francis i
A. Clark, president of tbe United
t brlatiaii F.udeavor, whose auliject!
North China where t ie massacres lute
.y occurred, nays in part: , ',
1 1 cragna a t ih of war and ma
It.i i-. .me in the i it of coiiiiiivrclal
crci I t" push tlifir roiiiincsta. Turn
Zuirz: -uiz ,
" i- at the
H of rd" srudlug her opium
' . .
polling us to buy It. seising the whole j
iuteof Muasscbiisetm heeitustvof two !
Chinamen murdered by a mob,' aud '
wa cau Imagine soine of tlie teeliuits
which guimated Ihe Jloxers or the
more intelligent powers la-hiod tlie
Boxers. A beroln chuptnr of mlaaion
ary auuals bat been written, a chapter
whose records can never be dimmed.
The native cbnveit 'has proved himself
won by of the Ssvlor who (tied fur Mm.
Ihe tanut ol ' rich Christian can tin
I, ...... I. I. A .1...,,.... (.. i.i. (...... .11.1....
.....I...... .....,.! ............. -
has boon awakened from her sleep of ,
ages. She can never again fall back
lit tlie same coumtose ,!o,litio as be-,
. .,,n .i i.,,i
;,L i:,..;Bi (..,.,?.,. ,: "
Britain to go In and posKcas Ihe laud, :
to see to it that their comrades have
not died iu vain." , i' : ,
---.-. n. ji . ,u
, tsaeclvcr Will lie trraaieii.
' Pun " Frauclsco, , Oct. 4. Deputy
1'uitod States MiiraliHls Shlly Monck
ton aud tieotgi) II. Iluriiliaiii. left to
night for Seattle, from which avit they
Will embark for Cape Nome Oil the 1
steamer Senator next Thursday. They j
are charged with the mission of arrest- J
ing Alex McKetisio, Ihe receiver in a
number of Noma mining suits, mid to
bring him lailoro the United. Statea clr-
cut court ot appeals to answer for con-
tcmiit iu having rem
writ of supersedeas
Morrow some week
United States unite
enforce the return of the various in in-
ing claims to tlld people w ho held
fha.w HMfau.r M i , . .,
, nii uu Nim.ier an Kii.nssiae.
V ... V ..lr A... J 1 .llu.,a..t. ' in
i IV, v'1-.t .unjjf..... vv.
ii.. m... H i i-i.i. ...-..(. ...... i.
tor. riwi :-'i ii 'iii i eij-'fiin in-- ..j-i
is C- bated that the amount of money
alle. .1 to have been emheiwled by the
... t .. : .1. .. .(..!.... ti.. 1 .... .1 . t i
ex--" imuiBii niiumwir, .-nivnu"i ii j . aocoiiipRUiea oy nis wiie sun sou.' m
Gnijarro, .is uiinelhan $100,000. Thejn N., -P. 11, llatoli-ot Siin Ftancuch. -
w,,u 'W . "Yc
l,i,.Au i..,m .lm ('I, llaui. onli.H
-i ' ,"-7 s'-'""j-
tn it dohiunds sustained iiv StMiniiiirljJ
during the revolatHin. of ,1891. -He
lout paying a cent tatlw clainiauta.
Hunk In Collision:
Philadelphia, Oct. 4. The British
steamship Eagle Point, Captain Hewi
son, " from J-wndon, for Philadelphia,
which passed in tho Delaware break
water today, reports that at 1 o'clock
yesterday inornini', bo collided with
the British a ton in or llioliv. from New
York, September 80, lor Manchester,
England, aud that the . latter vesol
sank. The captain ot the Englo Point
reports that all hands were taken oft'
the Piela before she tank aud will In.
Shoa Factory lliirnail. . . i
Williamsport, Pa., Oct.' "'4..- Shortly
after midnight, (Ire broke out in tho
large shoe factory of( J. E, Dayton &
Co.. and at 2 o'clock this 'niornldg it
was. not under control. - The plant,
will be a total loss. The factorty nud
contents are valued at $300,000, partly
covered, ny insurance, .Adjoining
property is, in iminineut danger of be.
lug Durnedv ,! ; : ;'
Burglars foroed a safe In the Vatican
and stole a large quantity of securities
terrlbla Vaagaaasa ot mn Aleeasae Moll
. Maa(tna Im ante. ' ' ,''
Wetumpke, Ala., Out. 4.-Vlufleld
ot Electric, IS utiles from this place,
. U..I. 1. .IA. ' ..... . L Aft.,. .. '
a nan nuur alter miooigni tnis morn
ing. The negro's crime was an at
tempted assault on Mrs. Lonnle Har
rltigtno, whose bnabaiid Ml Ura to the
fuel which ' reduced Towmeud's My
to ashes, . .
Yeatcrday afternoon, at 1 o'clock,"
the negro, who was a nephew of the
negro Floyd, banged a week ago (or-ei
attempted asgult, attempted, to aanlt
Mrs. Jlerrlngton. Mr. llarrlngton
was at a cotton gin iu Kleotrlc. Ula
noma is one utile out of town. Tbe
negri came to tlie house and told Mrs.
Harrington that her hoabani had sent
blm to get L'O cent from ber.t (the
told biru she had no change. Then the
negro left, but returned iu about 1Q
mlnutea. The woman' cream were
heard by Hob Nicholls.a negro, who
wai passing along the road at tha time.
He ran to the house la time to eee the
neiiro sc.' " ' . '
A soon as Mr, llarrlngton was re
stored to consciousness, Mchol gave'
the alarm. The new spread, rapidly.
All the stores in Ktectrlo were luiunt
ly closed, tbe ginneries aud sawmills
shut down;1 the people left their wag
trtis Ju the road aud their plowi In the
fields and gathered Jar pursuit of tbe
negro. Tbe negro wss soon found ou
the north outskirts of Kleotrlc. , There
be wss confronted by his victim, who
About 11 o'clock a cowd ot severer
hundred was iu the little rillege. The
negro was taken to the edge of the vjl
j Htta and prumrationa for bla death
Were quickly made. A rope waa flung
QVar the limb of a big oak ami 100 men
' stood ready to swing him up.
j Then a halt was called and the man-
nr of death was riia.ma..al he tha mnh.
j vutu was taken, and the balloting
showed a tnajorlt? of the crowd favOied.
fdeath at the stake. The stake wa
j prepared, aud the negro wa bound to
; it with cbalna. I'jue knotx were piled
sUiut him, and the flames were started
j by the husband of hi victim. Al they
j eaied to the negro' (lean lie uttered
i wUd cries to Hod for mercy aud help,
Jibe crowd looked on deaf to his cries,
Uml in an hour tk negro' was reduced
iowuaemi, neiore wiiug hound, con
' fesaod the crime and suld b o.nltf.
lmpltcata,r with Alexander Floyd, who !
was hanged two weeks ago, (or au au ,
. ... .7 .. I
fillltlit.H aaitflnlt ...I lllu k'ul. I'ua.M...,
: He auld ha and FlnY.I A idyitna,! nlh.ii
1 crl,.s uf like charaotar. ;., - .
i . - . .-
BRUTAL IDAHO MURDER.
Man Ual In Haalh With an Iran
Na flaw ta Assailant.
Wallace, Idaho, - Out. 4.-
Mailey was (ouud , murdered iu hi
store this morning. Just Iwfore
f.... I.I..m .ft
C luHuo v.
o'clock this morning
I .1. . . . . .
gar stwro, and uoliired tin officer.
Hutu doors Were locked, and blood on
BURNED AT THE
t t ut; . :
h ,w" 1Ta h", VUt
sMJ his skull crushed in three long
" f ''J' Blf' 1nB
br ud. "'''' l"s wide snd
inree-eigniut oi an men urn-a lay oe-
side jils body,' covered with blooo, and
Ilt'nicely In the "cut places in Ittsr head. 1
A towel had lajeif tied arouud bis bead,
evidently lor a gag: An examination
l .!. ., I. ...... I I. I ...I. ...I
VI mo prmiliatia Rliunvi .ua nnia ivunir.,,
the Biimey in the drawer undii turbed,"
each deiioiiituatloil heiiiR iii sepsratVt!
coiiipsrtiiimus, and a watch wus ou the
corpso. The body was ei warm but
death had occurred some time lafore;v
... . ,........j. ,nii...
" ' "'- v """""
,0 '' n B''W.
iieier evinuniiy taaiug it wim iiim nun
Iwklng the duof. One witness law
Btrl , vUhj. tnll
1,1 'B" Hbout,fl? C,0ck' bnt h.f
,lk vlaw mMi """"l"" ,h
Mai ley had lived
in , tlie- Cooiir
d' A lanes nbout
15 yeais, .and had tin
j ' '-:'' r'- i
STEAMERS WITH TREASURE.
Amount )r e.'IOO.OOO. Slcaniar ,fulch
I ' ul BHfMijr Ima;e4l. ! - "
' Seattle, Wash.; 'Oct. 4. -The Pacific
Coast Steamship Company's, steamship
City of Topoka arrived f.-om(jLrun
cuual points. "Sho brought alout 160
paasuugers and $200,000 in gold, most
aged, ' A wrecking company is at work
. . . . . a . . r. . ... , '." r ,- t
endeavoring to float her. ' h
I aho steamship Sedator arr ved
Cape Nome aud St. Michael this mow-
jnKl bringing about 100 paaHenacra and
.iu. ntm 1. ..'I. DW. l.f. t'Xi A.X't
all OO, UUI 111 vrrjnBUro, DUO. lOib 11 Ulllff
.i ii i .. '....j .-j...
nupfcuiuucr at. y nniuua; uor iirtasaKu1'."
is' Johu Noyes tin Butte,-Wont.,; mil
Bonaire and mining operator, who, is
' i . , . i. . '.ii . '...a L. .. r , i
-was alho a paaseuger oi the vessel; ;Uft
!l. ..I Al lll .. Al. . J- J '
wa 01 tue atwruejs sir. Mie.ueieun.
1.. lui i.....i.l.. a...
iiw,iu v wuoivnniuii n wyma,
i,. a.i.i-i. .ii.inn.n i.ir.dwa..an4 .
Ws areldter,sted, and is aajd to.. be..
on Uib way to San Francisco to sebur
a Biitiiilrtmeutnev nrdnr from the federal
.Il.r.l ,f -tKa t. . ....
"iomiv, vum W ,11.1V. I -' ,
. i Mlnalonnrles anil Knglneers Safcy,,,,
. Paris, Octj, 8. The . French, oonsn)
geueral at Shanghai,. under date of
September 29, telegraphs tliat he has
beon in tunned by the governor ot Gent
Cheti that, thromth-the intermedin- .
tion ot Sheng (the administrator of teU
eirraphs and. railroads) the mhsiomtrfei
and engineeis at Theng-Tiug-Fn were,
safe And sound September 23; that the
military and civil authorities had taken
precautions to protect . all t he. mission-
sed to one v the ly lu small amounts iu tin hands ol.-. ..a .v'. .. .. ..
iaaned hy Judge paaongors., Tho Topeka's olllcers re-",. .a.,-.... ; '? ,-f.iiu",i 1 i wnf
s ago. They are port that th steamer Cutch. whlcK! uw "' r ilT.'Ja!: i JL
to call 'upon the was on the rocks this side ol Skair- .V "u" rTVJw
ry authorities to way, appears te be bnt slightly alaiu-r : ri.- j., rtT..I't.,..
precatiuous to preteot .an tne.-miision. iuie-; to gu00eed the late premier Mar
sries and that the Belgian .miaston at . .nkanA . V ' -''. - :-.; 'J
Mug Tian Lung was safe.
Siaiiie's Tlioner Output, j' ,..
. Bangor, Me., , Oct. ,4, Tbe timber
cot in Eastern Maine this season will
be the- largest in years. The cut in
this section, it is estimated, will reach
160,000,000 feet; ot. this -40,000.000.,
will go into pulp.' The price of manu
factured lumber is higher than it waa"
lost .year." '' " '
. ' i ; . "":: rr-r . i ' . -:i i :
'An explosion occurred at Komati
poort while "the British were destroying
the. Boer 'ammunition, reuniting in the
doatlvof two of tha Gordon highlanders.
'Bigiiteen were wounded, ,,
t. , .. " ' - .!' '
rratiw vtm ouu m,irvouw w
uJn i'Drt.tJ D.-
I 5 ave a a. e aiweewssiifi m w w w
HIGH CHINE8E TO BE'pjNlSMED
lalwlia.tanrfln Thase Kitlsts1 Wspare
tleas foe War Are SHIII ' KrM!j.
ahaa Hal taplara-t Ur Ute Allies. .
" London.Oct. J. lieeond a nomber
If Imperial edict, which throw into '-The demand (or struotorar material
still wore contusion the' complicated j eontiaaei ateawly ami price are .
Chinese situation, tlive is little, la to The, feet that the tin plate scale re
day' newt, to arrest attention. ' From tnalni .onsettled produce but little
Hhajagbal boirgi an nnoonflrmed report effect. : lint Mttla ef ligatfleanee ia to
that the alllej bare latd fjlwn Hal j be extracted t trow the movement of
Kai. , ,-i;i. t,,, j,.-, -. Drlca,j i ,
All tha new with retrard to th ; 1 Wheat has haen anmaahat IrreawlaV.
dints sminate from -ShaugUI. "Ae
cording lo the adrioea, la addUfon -to
tha edict ordering ;flrand , Connpjllor i
Kun JCang to offer oblations, before tha
coffin of Ihtnoa von Kettvler ahd the
edict directlgg thatu liung ChaDg i; the ensettlement., ..i , ,
entire plan be followed in regard to . .Spot cotton ia upon the , feek," but
the punishment of the prince aud j the general market had flnctaated ner
blgh ministen ot atate responsible tor , vously, Uirlueuced on tbe one hand by
the anti-foreign outrage) aod:: the de ."heavy port receipts, and on tbe other
rree' brderlng-that funeral honors be! bv aomrent famine condition. A sat-
paid-ia Pekln and Toklo to the remafus
of Hogiyama Akira, the murdered than- j
cellor of tbe Jspsoeso legation, Em per-1
or Kwang Hsu ha .addressed urtlier i
letters to thexsar aud mikado renew-' ations pending the outcome ot the elec
Iqg hll request for ' their aid in ths j tors I contest is disclosed by telegrapbio
peace negotiations." ( , '. advioes. -
Varion opinions are expressed as to ;
the importance of the edicts. The
ribanghai- correspondeut of the Morn
ing I'oet says; . ; . ,
"Tbe severe punishment ordered by
Kmperor Kwang llsu wilt ouly mean a
money tine. '1 here are traces otlJI
Hang Chang's hand uudur American!
mflnence in the edicts." On the other '
hand, the Standard's Phanghsl corre- !
spondenl remarks: i "The empress now r
realises the true nature ol the crisis, .
aiwi ooiiaiiiiiiiH too emperor sue aiim
.... ... .
moued the court dignitaries aud on ).
their sssembliug, through which she ;
remained silent, the emperor ly a loud '
j voice delivered a tirade lasting a couple j
of hours against he courtiers. Then";
j in an snry voice he dismissed tbeui.f
j After this the decree were issued, !
I While these have beeu promnluated,
r preparations are still re-
'"rT1 "'". r
iMtintinanta liava liaan ma.la tn tha flit.
IKrintments have been wade to the Chi
nese army ana navy. -'
MINERS' , PAY , RAISED,
Aa Advance ot te Par Cant la the An
.' lliraalla 4 ual K(ion.
Ph'ila.lelphia..Oi;t.-2.--An offer of
an increase of 10 per cent in miner's
Wages was toda'v made bv the Phila-
j . i .. (. i . a. i ,, i a. ... ..
uniuiua f i ivanmng -uiiai at iron voiq ;
...- ...j .i.i. ... i. i. ...t ...m
i. '. ' j
iauj . nwi .tin u.utB. jm aiabvo. niu
swnierylli the antiirKcite region. -'
It is expected hr the operators that
l . . r tt . j
"rike"7,1,1 uk hB !
offer and return to work. Mining
"peratious will in thU, event be given
an impetus, and the operators expaot
iiiere win oeai granuai resempiion uu-1 ml,ltllinirB, per totli $20; oil cake meal, '
til the collieries will t again bave Oieir-j jo oo. .; j , '-j ' t '.
full compleujentvo(.',.eniployes, , Thi Fresh , aieat-Choice ' dressed beef ,
Philadelphia' & .Heading C.ompanyjftwra prj, 7,e; cows, 7p; mutton!
operate 8 eolRftrielf and of'thearVati ,u. li. a-.' trimtnarl V' val aia-4
I .L... .I..t, ... 1 ...ii;..
have been shut dowa owing to ittsetlie1'
tent worxmg torce. .. . v . 1
-...A Imther the miners will accept the
.proffer of' .tin oompany aud. retnru ia
sullioient numbers to operate the-mines I
,r . ..:,!, t. ;
cannot no lerewuit timutot. , ,ivenoris i
t.l,l k., '.l.i.'I.M,.
. "......At J. i.... i.. '.I .1 -
"T-" '"li" k' I J.
ScNylklll rggidh, where Hhreahng
siias-.ua nuiiewoi arrs "i" iviiuw .hid .
.Instructions of tKeir ' organlxatioii bill
eials and remain, awnyj
' President ,MitjihelL.oi the . Mi
workers, received no, notice of the in.
tention of the operators to offer tha In-
crease in wages,, and the iiitiinateuu tl
thusjrjven, that the miners' -qrgauijsa-
tion will' receive no recognition from
l' tJ v.
' hot Down In lla Ircft. ,
Omanf Oct. 2i A special "to the
L World-Herald iroitl Reatrlte,"- Neb.,
save 1 W, J. Horn was probably fatal
ly shot thia f,tirriooiU , Ijx DrWJ',
tee.Hvue'ot the mbsi'promiueni physi'c
. iansjn thee stalol' The two' tfien rooni
had ; fired,' 'llitrn sfeggerlhg bark into
siu oireii, liuru BuitjKn""K oi: 1"WJ
fcJ wif..t,armt,()ll0 tit br-ast:
bullet eutewt, Xm' Mvua
w. expected to live thrZh the
Dr. liee gave himself up am:
-was reieasvu on can.
Oirthrle, X). "ftVOot.-4. the BanW
fe through '.'express -tor Kansas. Citr
was wrecked 1(. miles , south of hore
this afternoon hy spreading rails, and'
... -o, nai MbmIIimI-
-tne oaggage ann express oars cieraiieo,
t) . .j... thrown off. and turned an.
wi JWOjtej'inyoBm. oh- ajm sariM..p.,
7 . . . - ' .
MOW 'i.M C ; . H. f i.
' i yt eiai cem'fli ru sutcidf i n )
: Seattle. Oct. 3, EliwbeihvALang-i
ley,' 24 years or age, .wife ot.Na lJavvtou
theatrical ftiah, ctfiimiitterl 'snUide ftt'
herhcune in this "city this meririBg by.
drinking carbolio acid,, L Jhe Si is a
"mistery. She leaves .trjree little daujjht;
ers 'here." Her' husband is lti the 'north!
1 , l i I , ; '
;i r ' MeW-Premier ot Quebec. "
Quebeo! Oafc' S1. S. tlmt lias
accepted the premiership ef this prov
erlAKh Klot In Mnia. '",H'' V
T.imaJ Parii.', .eWii. 9 tlwtnf.- Sn a'
1, W I S W V- --, . ,
aok of prudence.on the .part oi the no-
' lice authorities of Lima, a serious con-
Blot took place this afternoon m the
principal ..square of the city .between
the.popuUiCB, and a (qrce of j pouufed
police. ' Bo great" was tqe excitement
that the datiiedral ' bell rang 'an alarm.
.Some of the leading -joirrnals of . Lima
urge President Bomana to follow the
example of M, Casim'ir-Perier' and M. ,
Grevy, former . presidents of -France,'
and resinn. ; Ex-Finance 'Minister Be.
latindot in a prisoner in Fort Santa
Catalluo, " ' ' ' 1
i:'"- i'vSi' ,t-"!yb-nf,Tii ii:
'" In . annarura i aruLrtmanta. in tha nuvia.
usiatntBii niiiia ivi. uuu tucrr n aoiuittu
. A "GLEAM OF
0ra4tnws Ra Boris m Haltar OatlMk la
, tha Ifcaestriat Wr14.
; Braditraata sari: t The month etSep . i
Umm closes with A rather better out4 ,f ,fi
.loog to the Industrial world than waa
apparent a wek or 10 day! ago. '-The
report ai te the wobaJ41ly ef a settle- I
ment of the anthracite coal strike,.
which have been current for a couple
to have a bssleof fact
and there i more, than a likelihood:
that tha most disturbing feature in tbe
industrial situation In aome tltna, ia
In prooee of eHrnluation. - '
A tt encouraging feature In the iroav .
and iteel aitaation, i the number aod .
! character of foreign inquirlea
; and ieea asiifl UitleMly, beltig aeowt .
i where tbey were this tlae last -week. ,".'.-"
Abeence of foreign dementi owing prpbi
ably to larger : Ruailsa". kbipmeots.
coupled with higher freights, teaded to
Isfactory activity in distributive trade
checked to aome extent In certain lt
calitiel by unseasonable weather and
in other by a tendency to curtail oper-
Wheat, including floor shipment,
for the week aggregated 4,242,810
bushels against 8,a86,8o7 last week.
From July 1, to date, tbit season,
wheat export are 42,702,500 bushels.
against 50,61,C15 boshels last season,
PACIFIC COAST TRADE.
Onions, tiew,' lhio. '
"Lettuce, hot house, $1 per crate.
rotawee, new, io. ,
Tiirnipa, per sack, 76o.
lleaua, wax, 4c. - ;
Carrot, per sack, $1.00
Parsnips, per sack, $1.45. 1
Cauliflower, native, 75c.
Cabbage, native and Calilornia.,
3o pe, ,
Tomatoes 30(850". .. ; i .
I ii... u i aa.. i a a.
, 19c; ranch, loo pound,
1 " Kggs Se. " ' '
Cheese 12.' ".-.! -.:
. Poultry 12c; dressed,, 14c; spring,,
'lSfllec. ';. ' ' 1
Hay1 Paget Sound timothy, $13.00
i 18.00; choice ; Eastern. Washington
I timothy, $19.00. . .. -,
i (torn Whole, $28.00; cracked, $28;
lee" meai, eo.
mj uvimi . aivuuu, un -aim.
ifin.-i.i.t, "' twe hartwl ffj lift-
i.i....ti ..i..k.. . f-.nr.ia
ir: cr; .
-. w-oo; whole wheat .
flour. $3.25; rye flour, $8.804.00. '
. iiai.... . ton tta nn-
f.tbartl, ton, $U.W. ,, . , . ;
i 1 -Chopped (eed, $19.00 per top;
' ' ' ' ' ' .
,)reak(iwt bacon,' l3o; dry salt aldee.
gic, ' ' ' - .
... . ' - .a
Portlaaa Stark at. - -i '
n um .ta
Walla. i 65066c;'
Valley, 69q; Blueetem, 6t
"tt.50.! v - ' -' ' '
69o per bushel.
Oats Choice white,
gray, 40c per nusnei,
Barley Feed barley, $15.00 15.50;'
brewing, $18,00 per ton. t
MillHtuffs Brau,' $14.50 tea; mid"
dliuga. $20; shorts, $16; chop, $15 per ,
ton: - ' i
Hay--Tiurthy,l2ai3; clover,$7 " '
60;. Oregon wild hay , $6 7 per ton. . ls s t.. i
Butter fanoy oreauiery, 4666c; ...
'store, 80c. rr,v
'i V)gg 80'perdoieri.'$ '",?:w;v "-v'. i.-s.
- Cheese Oregon . (all pream, . 1 8c; , , ,, ,.
Young America,, 14o; new. cheese lOo -.' ' . ,
PonltryChickens, mixed,. $3.600 ".;!,;
8.50N per, dosen; hens,. $4.00; nprliiga,.,. . ... f,
$.'.00(83.00; geese, $6.00(8.00 doz;
ducks, $300 5.00 per dozen; turkeys.
live '14e per pound. v- .,i v-vf i .v '1.
tPoUtoes 40(355o per sack; sweets, r
l'o per pouna. ' . .
I Vegetiblee Beetsi $1( turnip; $1;-'
per sack; garlic. To, per pound ab
bage, t So, per, poiwd; parsnlpar..fi5o;
onions, $1; carrots, $1.
; aiops New ' crop, ' l.WlW -''per ,J'
poorid.fvi.I ';':! i j;i'?.''.': j s j'aI .
, VVoql-c-yalley, . 1 5 16o per pound ; ( j
Eastern Oivgon. 10 18c:' mohair. 85
.t . ..'!. ;.'!-:,iJ. ;-'. s s, i ; . ..': i
M uf rm flma. tvaat atiaan. orathara 1 ' . V
and, ewes, 8jc; dressed mutton, 6s(i '
7o per pound. : ... - .)",V "
"Hogs Gross, ohoice heavy, $5.75;
light j aod, ' . feeders, "$5.00; "tlreesed -$6.0006.50'
par 100 pounds, i w ii r
1 Beef Gross, top steers, $3.8094.00; j
oewsr,' $3.00(38.50; dressed beet, 6
aM nrinnA "A "': ;' -;'-
VealLarge, 6i7o; small, 8J ' v,
8 H per pound. y?
; Ban fraaelseo Market.
'oo)i--Spring--Neva'da; li lSo per ' ' 1 1
pound; Eastern Oregon, 1014o; Vol - ;
ley; l918b; Norther,, 9 10o. . t
HrJbs Cron. . 1900. 12O140.
:,. 1; r ; - . -
Butter Fonoy creamery " ( 28o; .,
do , seconds, .26 jfJtoj fanoy ! dairy. ' " "
25o; 'do seconds, 83o per pound. .v
Eggs Store, 23o; fancy , ranch, , , j
880'.'.i ' t. .'4
; Millstuffs Middlings, $18.00 O ;
, 00; bran, $15.50(316.50.; , . , , . i. ,sj
, Hay Wheat $8 H 9 13 itlmi and , j' .
oat , $8.00(810.10; best barley $9.00 ..
alfalfa; ' o.807.50 per ton; iter'" '
2K87Xo per bale. ;: iA-.-Snt - '"
Potatoes Eariy, Rose; 8076o; Sa
liuas Bnrbanks, 70c$1.0e; river Bur
banks, 8065o; new. 75c$1.2or
'Citrus 1 Fruits Oranges,, a Valencia, r
$3.7503.25; Mexican limes, $4.00 .
$,9p.i , California lAmons 75o$1.60;
do ohoice $1.75 8.00 per boxj i ii w
Tropical Fruits Bananas, . $1.60(8 , ,
8.00 per bunch; pineapples, nom-,
inal; . Persian oTates, 6 6o per yf :
pound, . , k : j ,. . . ,.r ' il- ,
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