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WILLAMErifl FARMER: SALEM, OKEGON, JANUARY 11, 1M4.
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MA It K1STJRJSPOJIT.
IIDKR PJIOIICVE MAIiKXT.
Thuse quotation aro for Portland.
i'lio following represent wholostle rato,
rom producer or first hands
WHEAT Walla "Valla, 51.70; Valley
8l.7B1.7"4 per cental.
FLOUH-Ht country brand,$l.304.7B;
beet etindtrd, 5.
OAT8. 50 to 57c
POTATOES. lc per pound.
MIDDLINGS S2530j shorts, $2.1025.
BACON Sides, lirm lll12j3; Hainc,
15 to 10c: Shoulders, ll12c.
LAKD Kutcrn pails, llc)12;; Oregon, in
tins, same; kegs, ll12c.
OHKK3E.-Cal., Uc; Orogon, 18c flD.
HONEY In comb, 18a20o; strained, in 5
AVPLES-81.50 per bush.
DRIED FRUI1S. Applos, sun dried quar
tered, 12c; sliced, 14o; machine dried, (inn, 1 Go;
Pears, machine dried, Ifio; Plums, sun dried,
18c, and machine dried, 18c.
POULTRY, Chickens, full e;rown, S-t 00
(gO 00; ccso, S3; t ikejs S12 5015 per doz.
BUTTER Choice Eistorn 45c; good Ore.
HOGS. 0l7c net.
BEEF. 4C"45o on foot.
BHEEP.- Grcss weight, 3c on foot.
VEAL 9 to 10c
Vv OOL Eastern Ori-cron, 15al0c; Wil
Hmette Valloy, 13 10c; Umpqua, 2C23o.
HIDES. Butchers' hides, dry, 15c;
oonntry cured, dry, 14c; culs h ott green
hlds, salted, 7c; country ditto, 7o;
stoerakins, dry, 30o f lb; d sheep pelts each
USal.00; dry elk, 20o per lb.
TAtf.OW Quotablo at So. pw lb.
HiY Choice timothy, $20S25.
HOI'S Can brini! 18o: holder intist on 20
BEKI) Timothy, 7MJ83; red c'over, 15
RICE. China No. 2, 6J 1 ; Sandwich
TEAS. lapan, 305)43; Black, 4075o
OOFFE15 Coita Rica 1415c; Java, 20
dUGARS. Crunhed A llll.lc: Fine
Crushed llfflllii: Cube, lKMlUc; Extra O,
lOJc; Goldnn O 010j; Sandwich Islands
No. 1, 8I)o: I), OiSDJo.
BYRUl'. Five gallons 70c
RAISINS, California, ?2.75(aj3.25C25 11
BOAi'S. Good, 75cJ1.75.
OILS. Ordinary brands of ocal, 30o; high
trades, Downe. & Co., 37Jc; Boilod Linseed,
B0; ditto Raw, 77o; tulmou oil, ()5o; Tarpon
tint), 70o; I'uro Lard, 30; Castor, ?1.25
BALT. Stock, bay, $10 V ton; Carmen
Wand, 121; Coarso Liverpool, 515; Fine quab
y 5I520j Aahton's dairy, ditto, $30
well up. Mr. D. M. Morn.", of 'Junior,
somo twelves miles sontli of this cily,
concilia it 1 I the above anil says the
rulo is not 1 n-nl bill gciior.il throughout
THE HOP 5IAXKET.
roliTLAXD, JlUl. '. 18S4.
DiiAn Sin: During tlio Inst few dajM
there has been more inquiry for hops
and though prices could not be quoted
higher the market is firmer.
LoxiiON, Jim. 2. Theip was a fair
amount of business dono to the end
of hint wock at full price. Tlio maflcet
opens to-tluy firm but quiet. Nothing
of account yet occurred. 13avari.ui
market is quoted dearer.
VATi:uvir.i.fc, N. Y., Jan. 2 Market
quiet but steady for choice, q'uoto 20
25c. New York, market easier. En
route to London three thousand balos
American hops. Respectfully Yours,
Heriiln & Hah'sell.
J'oim.ANi, T11ur.su iy, Jan. 10.
Tlio weathor continues mild and now
from all parts givo nccounts of good
crop prospects and largo acrci)j,'o. Cali
fornia Ima onjoyttl very genet . iins r-o
that tlio prospects thoro are in.ii.li im
proved, whereas a few weeks ago fears
prevailed that wheat would not do well
because theio was n bick of moUluro in
Wheat rciintitu without change from
last week. Quotations from all sources
indicato dullness in tho extieme. AVo
still hold to the belief that pi ices will im
provo in foicign markets iu February.
Small quantities of wheat may remain
with producers but tho great bulk of tho
surplus from l.itt harvest lias been sold.
Hops are without animation. Hcrion
it llassel miulo a car load shipment
overland to Liverpool and wo may hear
returns fiom it by tho time this invito
Wool shows no animation, yet wo aie
assuied that stocks nro generally light.
Tho generally mild reason prevailing all
tlio world over has prevented heavy sales
of woolen goods and att'ootn tho market.
Local markets show no vigor.
Ohit'kuiis are higher and eggs lower.
Mutter has 11 range novorned by qual
ity and mdIIh from !0 JOo for Oregon
miulo. includingHnniii really choice dairy.
Kiutoru is siipiKisi'd to lepicsont choice
Jersey dairies and commands 4.1 cents.
Pork products ate nbund.int of homo
production and wo hear nothing of East
ern being impoited.
Clioice iples command a good nuir
kct. I'otntoos have iniprovel a little and
we may look for ngoodmaiket fortuliow
all tho root of tho ceason.
MAKKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
San Francisco MarKets
San Francisco, Jan. 9.
Freight" Market dull, quotations
An exporting firm estimates tho stock
of wheat in California at 130,000 tons,
of which about 275,000 aro available- for
Wheat Spot market-very woak ; ap
parently ihoio is no demand for export.
No. 1 'shipping, nominal at $1.72.$
1.75; extra choice millinghold at S1.82J.
Flour IJ11II and weak; buyers Iook
for lower prices.
Barley Feed f Spot, ollenngs arc
small and market steady nt$1.02V1.0.i;
futures, Xo, 1 feed, May, $1.10, seller the
season, Sl.()2iG1.03 buyer thd season,
Oats The market is very dull ; job
bing at 1.5r.(1.80.
Potatoes Very weak; Pctiilnma aitd
Tomales selling at 7"i!)0c. I
"Wool Sales leported of ItiOO sacks
southern California, mostly defective, at
8c('10c J stocks of eastern Oregon slowly
but steadily decreasing.
GuiCAcio, Jan. 5).
Fobiuaty options Wheat Higher,
OIMJe. Pork Lower, .?11.:)2.
Lanl Higher, b.uu. uius nigner,
S7.-12i. Short ribs Lower, 7.0."i.
uixriioiim's ioiiKinv minADsTiurs r.r-
London', Jan. !).
Floating eaiiroos Slow.
Cargoes on passago and for shipment
Mark Lane Dull.
lU-d AVinter, oil' coast, -lie.
lied AVinter, prompt shipment,
No. 2 C.ilifomia, prompt shipment.
Imports into V. K. past week, wheat,
2:15,000 to 2 10,000 quarters.
Imports into U. K. past wcck, Hour,
i:i5,000 to 1 10,000 barrels.
New York Wool Market.
Saim, Jan. 10, 1884,
During the past week wo have talked
with prominent faimcniu all sections of
tbiii comity. The general expression Is
that the full sown wheat is unuMinlly
promising and that it is growing finely
Mr. John Cmpentor who llvw,a mile
east of the penitentiary, oayi hthu
wheat thai is well up and which prom
ises splendid. His place U on the
prairie thin ide of the Waldo Hills.
Mr, K. L. Hibbanl, who,i in the Waldo
Hills, directly cast of Saleiu, gives us
the Muie report. Mr. I. Xeeduiun, of
the JorynelghlKThooU, south of 8loat,
has nlnMy crw that is limply excellent,
h,e is Mngitino of a good yield and it is
The following is from Manger &
Averv's monthly wool cncular, dated
AVe have but little chango to report in
the condition of tho wool market since
our November circular. The demand
for wool has been more or less strong,
according to tho quality and staple and
condition of tho wools.
For the choicest double extra and
above tho inquiry has been gie.itei-t.
Choice, strong stapled X and above, have
been in good request, both washed and
unwashed. Inferior short or weak
btunlod lino wool and any but the very
choicest medium grades have been un
For stapled wools the inquiry for
choice high grades delaine is stronger
without any improvement in price. lw
irrades are aNo in ronucst for worsted
purposes. It is thought by some that
but for the reduction on worsteds and
woolens and hosiery in tho revised tariff,
which has allowed immense importa
tions of foicign worsteds, Ohio medium
combing would be selling at 50c per
pound and line delaine at 45c.
Lalitornm wools 01 tno nest description
continue in fnirdemandforspring wools.
The better clas of fall wools am being
fivelv bought by seoureis on the P.iciue
Fine, light, good stapled Territory
wools meet with fair inquiry. Heavy,
frowsy tine and all eliusrs 01 meiliuin
Foicign wools have lt'ii in good 10
nueM. Tho supply of Montevideo ii
about cleared out. Australian i-. in
light supply and the Cape wool is less
than for several years. At the Novem
ber auctions at London prices were
strong throughout. Messrs. Thomas
&Cook cable us that the next sales will
open at London on lVb. 12th. It is es
timated that 12,000 to 15,000 hales Aus
tralian have becn iuch.scd in Aus
tralia for America.
Oregon and Southern Slate. IV
washed. Clothing, average quality, 28(&
30; Unwashed Combing, .lOts :ii!.
California. Spring clip, fine, 20rJ$c;
Spring clip, medium, 22ta28; Spring
dip, liw grades and hurry, lit(a20; fall
clip, A 1. 10i? 24 j Fall e'lip, low grade's
and bin 1 y, 10HO.
Texas Choice, 217'Jtf; ner.igo.
veaker. Maize is cheaper. Linseed is
v shilling dearer. Other articles aro in
fueir of. buyers. Cargoes of wheat off
c ust aro in small supply, and inquiry
fur them has almost ce.T-ed. There h.ic
been four arrivals ; two cargoes were sold
and ono win withdrawn. Cargoes on
patsage for shiinncnt remain unimprov
ed Quotations remain nomial. Sales of
English wheat for the week were 35,1. "G
quarters, at 393 per quarter, against 28,
180 at 10s 7d per quarter the con expend
ing week last year.
California Crops and Marksts
From tho San Francisco Commercial
Herald of December 27th, wo glean the
"During tho week under review thcro
has been plenty of rain and plowing and
sowing can bo carried on successfully
by tho farmers. Thoro is now on tho
berth 53,500 tons against 00,000 tons a
year ago. Tho disengaged fleet 141,000
tons ; samo time 18S2, 59,000 tons, The
fleet to arrive within five months, 100,000
tons, samo timo 1882 190,000 tons; do
1881, 281,000 tons.
The wheat market has undergone
considerable of a decline eluring the last
fortnight, yet at tho decline there does
not seem to be any special inquiry, ship
pers preferring to wait until the incom
ing new year before extending their
operations. Flour sympathizes with
ho decline in wheat, with a fair outward
movement of both. Oats are in alio
limited request, with liberal stocks anel
froo arrivals. Bran and 'middlings are
in fair request. Potatoes arrive iro'ely,
causing low prices to rule, excepting for
sweets, which aro scarce and high. Tho
butter market is weak and prices in favor
of tho buyor. Choesj is scarce, while
etrca aro in liberal supply -and prices a
.l. .1 nfl TTfmc. n.r r-....r. . .1... ntnni.m.
HllHllU Ull. XIUJ'1 tllU IJUIUU, UltJ Dl lllilfl
for Australia carried 110 bales, anel over
Innil fihimnontH in Xovomber oxceeeled
1.000,000 pounds. AVool is eiuiet. It is
very pleasant leading to contrast the en
couraging repents of California wool in
the Xcw York' Commercial Uulletin with
tlioc of the Economist. The latter is
constantly digging at what they call our
trashy wool, while tho former spejaks
greatly in its favor by manufacturing.
The fact is that California blankets and
flannels hnvo a world-wide roputation
for their excellency, which ought to
silence the chronic croaking of the
Economist. Overland shipments of wool
in November aggrogato 4,33G,810 pounds.
The Recent Murder or Mr. Fisher.
A rcpoiter of the Portland Nows has
gained the following concoining the re-
cont murder of Jacob Fisher, last Satur
day, the 5th of January. The son's ver
sion is as follows : .
Mv father's name was Jacob Fisher.
Ho was born in lladen, and was 51 years
and somo months ohl. Mother and
father, two sisters anel tlnee brothers,
besides mvself, form our family. Tho
old folks aro elivorced, and they haven't
lived together for some weeks, lather
and I lived down here in this house, and
mother with my sisters anel brothers
lives in a little house up tho bill. That
evening, mother, carrying a lantern,
sister Mary and DillBloxam, came down
nnd called father out. Mother said
that sho wanted the chickens that were
in the barn, and father answoreil that sho
couldn't get them in the night timo and
she must como over in the daytimo, or
let him know. The old man commenced
to scold and 6aid that he did not want
them on his place. They jawed back at
him and father took his pistol in his
hand and pointed it, uncocked, at lllox
ani. Bloxam jumped back anel tired his
pistol, a sclfcockor, at father. Father
then tried to lire, but his pistol snapped
the first time. There ate only two shots
emptieel out of my father's pistol. Blox
am then emptied his revolver, but did not
hit father. Uloxani went back to tho
house, where mother lives, and father
went toward mother, and they had a
The boy contimi'd: "Mother tore
father's shirt and coat and forced him to
the ground, llloxam then came out
with a Winchester rifle in hU hand, and
sUkmI behind a tree. Between the time
6f the pistol firing and father's sciillling
with mother, I went into tho house wheie
father and I live, and got an old shotgun
anel catno out again. I wanted to scaie
them willi it. It was old and worn out,
and the till was broken and msty. I
don't think it was loaded. 1 finally got
father and mother separated. This was
the time when Bloxam came out of
mother's house and stood behiml tho
tic-. A father was coining down the
hill towards our house BloMini called
out. 'are von rcaelv, old man-" Father
turned around and said that he was,
Bloxam then tired one shot. Father
yelled 'murder' and 'iirt!' and saying 'I
am shot through the hi east ,' fell and
elied within a minute. Father's temper
is slow, but when he gets riled he loses
Ins senses. Mother ami sister Mary
turned and went into their home, and
Bloxam shonldereel his gun ami went te
ward Mr. Malone's, leaving me alone
with mv father's dead liody."
Is It the Garden Toad ?
A subserible to tho Farmer writes that
ho has seen toads in his garden in Clack
amas county. Now is our friend sure
they aro tho garden toad that was to
common in tifc East? Arc not thoee he
speaks of n sort tree toad, having a slimy
look, with a bright skin, and of a dark
green color? The toad seen in the East
has a dark lead color, short legs and
heavily built, living under porche3 and
step', from under which they came out
at evening and in thuneler storms, the
little ones hopping about in large num
bers, till ono wondered where they nil
came from so quickly.
At Dixie, Polk county, on Tuesday,
January 1, 1881, by Eov. J. S. McCain,
of Dalla", at tho ridence of Mr. Sam
uel Orrs, Mr. J. B. Nesmith and Miss
Charlotte Orr, were united in holy mat
rimony. A'o are glad to congratulate
Jim on the event. He has "turned over"
a new leaf in good shape.
"Brow'ns Branchial Troches" are
widely known as an admirable remedy for
llronchitii, Hoarsenees, Ciughs, and Throat
troubles. Sold only in lore.
GARDEN SEKWS. EVKKGREEX MILLET.
WPOr.rEIt, VIIOLESALE AN'D RETAIL, DEALER IN
SEEDS, TREES, AND PLANTS
iLFALIM, REI ANI WHITE CLOVER,
t. n t VuLBs?"ios"iAe5."oUAS? paui, Era. at reduced puce.
MrPiuMlnir lA Proslti? Knlres, Orcrliouw Srrlnsr 8. Jieujfe una rule encars.
P. oTbot 20 0. 1IIO-.. .Ill IIEK1., 31B llallrr !., Snn Fraud,.
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ACEXT FOR R. R.4 0XS M.RSBRY.
THE GREAT STORE I
Twice as Li
as most Stores; Better Lighted and Largest
Stock of Goods
Tills powder never carles. A marvel ct purity,
strength and wholesomentss. More economical than
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l'h the multitude ol low tost, short nehrht, alum or
Ehophate powder. Sold onl In cans. KOiAL
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DR. H. SMITH,
DETIST.ALLOPERATIO.NS OF DES
tlitrv performed la the most eayam skillful
manner. Those wearinc Artificial Teeth that do not
look ell, or that disfigure their face, will do well to
call on DR. II. SMITH, and get a set of teeth that will
mukflinii lonk natural a?ain. All lVorlf llar
rntitrd. OFFICE In Moor' bloak, oer Let'
stors, Salrin. lljanu
At every move. The Eush of People to Our Store Increases,
and the Excitement Created by Our Low Prices
Spreads Throughout the Country.
Day Long We are Busy Providing for the Hundreds who favor
is with their Patronage. We are making
Friends Every Day, but We still Desire to Increase the Number
so that Our House, and the quality of Our
Will be Known and Favorably Commented Upon by All who
Favor us with their Custom.
Dout le BlanUts, Extra Large, a 14 Blanket 810. The Blanket SI.
Comfortables, S2. The 5 ow. only 51 Bujers Mill find them Comfortablr low In prlcj.
Men's and Eo.v"s Suits, about 160 Kinds, Including all sorts but poor sorts.
Men's 0ercoats The Bjnanza Bargain at S.
The rarest Event is the absurdly low price on Dress Goods,
The Genuine One-Price Cash Store.
CALDWELL, BECKER & LICKE,
At the old stand of AIKEN & I'AKSHAM, opp.Clicmekctc Hotel, one door south of P.O.
SiireUllkl and Graduate.
NO 11 KEARNY STREET, San Framiseo, Cal ,
TrraK all Chronic, Special and lrlut
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rd all the evil effects of
Youthful follies & excesses.
UK. MIVTIE. ho is a
VAiioriiir CMf-miTY or
Pr..l.Al. will agree
to forfeit MHO for a case of
this kin 1 thai tfce tITAI.
his special ad l and treat
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the quantltv, $10. Sent to any address, confidential!) ,
In pritate address If desired, bv
A. E. MINTIE, M.D, 11 Kearny St . S. F., Cal.
jygend for pamphlet -and list of questions.
KAtirLF. BOTTLE l'KEE
Will ho sent J any one applylny by letter, statinc
simptoms, sex and age. Strict. srecy in regard to
all business transactions. Janiltf
Thr rvllovilak la a Hl f "' 'nrallM
llerchanla aft hi fltj. whlrh -nc tabllb fur
the tMam afaar readers. Thrjr are prrfri-i.
It reliable, aad aaj baslueaa rntrnlr.l lo
I heir care Mill rteelte prompt allrallont
John W. Gilbert,
MANUFACTUKER AND IMPORTER OF
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LEATHER AND SHOE FINDINGS.
E&PECTFULI.Y INVITES YOUR ATTENTION TO HIS OPENING OP AN ENTIRELY NEW AND
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EASTERN AXD HOME MAXVFACTIJRERS.
Tin tip'lu sto..k Is STRICTLY FIRST CI. AS3, and for workmanship and general good quality Is unequalled
Hlihi-t rice in C lull pall for WOOL, HIDES, FURS, and SHEEP V ELTS. noTietf
GtO. A MOCRE, Fresident.
J. N. PATTON, Secretary.
Pacific Mutual Life Ins. Co' y
' OF CALIFORNIA.
A. NcKiNNIE Manager for Northwest Department. '
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TO ME.N IN I'OKfLAND WHO HAVE IO,R
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U I.' HE.NlJIClIs.N,'
C A. DOI.I'H,
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P. L. WILLIS,
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SURAKCK EACH IN TH
.f. S. DURRELL,
C. M. WIBKKG,
Dr. GEO. E. NOTTAGE,
Mark Urn Ktvitw.
Xoiixi.Vj-n. 7. Tho Mtul: I.hho K
prew, in its wwkl.v review of the liiitUh
Brtin trade, yn: Thewotitlieris ilampf
tow and mild, nnd growing eroi ftand
unuMuilly woll. Sulos extoinltsl down
wur.1 aiiil" Ai-tii il IilVTfal is not Wi
remlicd forJEnslih wbl,y Flour is
waLtr. ''Barky h imnroTing." Foreign
wliuit U nioie hfelfoH limit prf r, and the
; Block i heavy. Flour i dn'l nd ratlier
TiiEn.NK.-r oandioe of donieitio man
ufacture at Amos sKrongV, Coiniiificinl
ttrrt-t, S.iloin. Oinauientt for Christ
limn tttvs, toy iamHo,etc.
lltvent r.iiii in Calilorina cause gn-
eial feeling of eatitfactioii inihui Suite.
11. 15. 1'a.vue (the Standard Oil Con.
lumy'ri caniliaie) i the Democratic nom
inee hy cr.ucu- to Micceed lVndleion to
the U.'S. Stimt Iwm ithio.
Wall iett U'epr- up it- iitUick on
the Vill.ml tok'! and liold ihuiulWn
Dcwid Urabam Adi' U apiwinttd
commiriontr to the ssuidmch UlauiU
to arracge mutters lately in ilispule.
S attic hat fstKH) in the cjly tivas
urv more than oikhikIi to .y all city
liubjlltie-a. Tle whole city tax for 1S82,
wa 4i"i,W0 of which 0 000 i delinquent.
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Shipping and Commission
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Jt AXDU FIRST AND 17 ASD1C9FKOT STREETS. : FORrLAXD, OREGON.
Are tl orcurlily i rtpared to furnish thrwthout l
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