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THE OREGON SCOUT
I independent in all thing;
neutral in nothing; detxittdto
every cauic it believe to be
right a journal or the jko
pic. THE OREGON SCOUT
Itat a large a circulation a
any tuo papert in thtt notion
of the State combined, and it
correspondingly valuable at
an adrcrtlrlng medium.
Horo Will the Press the People's Rights Maintain.
UNION, UNION COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1890.
The Ore? on Scout1
All Indrptmlerit wetkly Journal, l"ueJ every Tliumlay
.JONES & CJIAXCET,
Publisher and Proprletm.
. K Joke, Killtur. It. C'iia.nckv, Foreman
Hut)" of Sulirrlitlnn.
One copy one mr, ...
One c 'Py x niiiiiolis, ...
inc copy three months
Iuviiri:ilily Cnili In Advance.
by chance mibtcriptinni arc not paid till end
of year, two doltart iciil he chanjid,
llatcft of advertising mnile kmiAii (tn triplication.
tH' Correioii deuce from ull pirts uf tlie country
AddreAia'l commiln! 'attics tn the Okkuon Hrol'T.
1'ur.HinKNT -llenjuniln Harrison of Indiana.
Hkciset.uiv or State -JumejO. Ilia tie of Maine.
Skciiktahv or tiik TiieaiUiiv William Wludom
SsciiKiAKY or WAitncilfleM Proctor of Vennort.
Skcketaiiv ur the Xtvt ISctijiunla F. Tiacy of
Six'lthTAltv or THE iMERtoit- John W. Noble of
Poir.MAHTEti ttESKitAi, John Wanuniakir of l'enti
lvanl.i. ATTOKNhii-OKNEriA!, W. H. II. Miller of Indiana.
SKcKl'.rAliv of Auittci'LTLItE Jeremiah liiuk tf
STATU OF OKIXJKX.
,,.. J J. II. MlTOIIEl.h.
Senator, - - - ) J. N. ixu.i-ii.
Coigrcswian, - - HiNUMt Hkiimann.
Odvernor, - Svlvksikii I'kn.mii Kli.
Secretary of Hiate, - Okohue W. Mt'ItlilliK,
st.te Treasurer, ... (j. v. Wr.im.
duiierinten'leat of Public Instruction. 1'.. II. McKutov.
Stati Printer, - - FiiiMC O. Bakui.
fit. H. Stuaiia.s.
- W. P. Limn.
(.W. W. TllAVKIl,
SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
, ., , j ( M. I). CLIFFORD.
Circuit Judges. - I.iamvuA Kkk.
J. L. Hand.
COUNTY OF UNION.
) J. V. NOKVAL.
I J. II. IUlkv.
J J. L. ItOK.
(). P. Ooorni,!,,
A. N. Hamilton.
A. T. NEII.U
i:. O. ItllAtNAltll.
J. I.. CAI1TER.
- J. W. KlMlllthl.L.
J. I), (illll.l).
I O. W. llENNKIIOfF.
I John McDosai.d.
CITY OF UNION.
J W. Kev.vf.hv.
J. K. TUTTI.B.
II. F. WII.SOV. J. II. ColllllN.
J. S. IIli.iott. A. IC. .Ione-.
K. KhMII.LAKI, S. A. 1'HIINKU
UNION LOPGK, No 39, I. O. O. F., MKKTS EVKKY
Friday evenlug at 7:30 o'clock
VM. KALVY, N. 0.
0. S MlM.EK, Secretary.
t'.RANDF. IIONDK KNUAMi'.MllNT, No. 11, 1. (), O
F., meeti ou the first and thlnl'i'tie-iliya In each
month. 0. S. MILLKK. C P
J H. Tiio.Ml'os, Scribe.
OIIANDK IIONDF, VALl.KV I.ODOK. No. 56, A F. &
A. M., meets on the sei.oi.il and fourth Saturdays
every month. K. W, DAVIS, W. M.
It, H. Ilitow x, Secretary.
tSKANDK KONDK VALLI'.Y CHAPTKR, No. 20.. It.
A. M., meets first a d third Tuesdais each month.
V. T. WKKUIT, M. K. II. P.
TUIINKK OI.IVEU, Secretary.
1ILITK MOUNTAIN IXDOK No. 28 K. OF P.,
meets every Wednesday evening.
O. F. HALL, O, 0.
Turner Olivmi, K. of It. & 8.
PRKSTON POST, No. 18, (1. A. It., MP.F.TS EVERY
third Saturday la each month ut the Odd lVllos'
hall. . JOSHUA IIRADFOltD, P. O.
Ghoitus IIeinimikh, Adjutant.
The Methodl't Epl copal Church holds services at 11
t. m. ani 7 1. M. uf eacu Sunday.
ltev. B. M. DRIVER, Pastor.
Henicts are held nt the Presbyterian Church at 11 A,
M. and 7 I'. M. uf each Sunday.
Rev Jt. II. PARKER, Pator
The Union Literary and Musical Socitty meets ivery
Friday tvtnlug ut the M. E. Church.
JOHN R. CRITES,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Ofll:e two doors south of Postotlice,
Collecting and probate practice specialties.
J. W. SIIELTON J M CARROLL.
SHELTON & CARROLL,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Otllce two doors south cf Postorllcr,
Special attention given to all business entrusted to us.
. EAK1.V. J. A. FwVKIX, Notary Public.
R. EAKIN & BRO.,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Union, Oregon. 4
Prompt attention laid to eulleotUini.
IJ. V. WIIJiON,
A J II ACKETT,
WILSON & HACKETT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
GeUcetfcix and ill olitw Uu4um tolnutwl la w will
mJSSm ft t UMON HEAL EiTATC ASSOri A-
I. N. CROMWELL, M. DM
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office one door south uf J. It. Eat'n's store.
T. McNAUGHTON, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
All cal's promptly n'tended to day or n'ght
A. L. DANFORTH, M. D.(
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
North l'liMili-r, Orrgim,
DISEASES OF WOMEN A SPECIALTY
Calls attended to at a'l hours.
C. H. DAY, M. D
HomcEopathic Physician and Surgeon.
All Calls Promptly Attended to.
Otllce adjoining Jone Uros.' a'ore. Can lie found
nights at residence in Southwest Union.
Architect and Builder,
Drafts, plans and des'rns for dwellings and bridges
furnished on application.
DR, A. M, MUSSER,
Graduate of Pennsylvania Dental College, is ut the
And Is prepared t do all kinds of dental work pain
DR. E. N. NORTH,
Olliee 11 Street, Union, Or.
Teeth extracted without pain by the successful new
GEORGE BAIRD, Proprietor.
Shaving, Hair-Cutting and Shampooing in
the Lasest Style of the Art.
Shop two doirs south of the Centennial hotil, Rhe
me u call.
City Meat Market
-Main Street, Union, Oregon,
BENSON BROS., Proprietors,
hKKP CONSTANTLY ON UAN11
Beef, Pork, Yeal, Mutton, Sausage, Hams,
Ed Remillard, Proprietor.
If you want a r fresblng drink or a good cigar, drop In.
llllliard ami tables for the uccommodatlou uf
William Yllson, Proprietor.
The Finest of Wines, Liquors and
Cigars Always in Stock,
Flrst-tUts billiard table. Drop in and lie sociable.
For Information About the South
-Allimi-HH WITH UTAMF -
The Official Immigration Department
FIFTEEN SOUTHERN STATES,
lUlJjti, IS. 0.
THE PACIFIC COAST.
Judge Deady Decides That the
Glldden Patents Invalid.
It Is Said That the Atchison Will
Extend Its Railroad From Mo
avo to San Francisco.
Boipo City, Ithiho, is enjoying u rcal
Every nuirher in Nevada is now busy
An iijirisinu of tl'io lmlians nt tbo
Tonguo. Hiver reservation in .Montana is
The lumber van! of L. Voss, sonUi of
Nevada, Cal., was burned the omit night
by an incendiary lire ; loss, $(i,000.
The towns of Whatcom and Sehome,
Waph , are to be joined in ono corpora
tion with limits four mil en square.
The 109 Angeles Herald protest
against, the importing of oranyo trees
from Florida, as they will introduce new
Juduc Deady in the United States Cir
cuit Court at Portland held that the
Glidden patents for barbed wiro are in
valid. The vineyards in Tulare and Fresno
counties, Cal., not pro'eeted by wire fenc-
uiir ate sutlenug lrom tlie lavages oi
The Democrats nt Butto City, Mont..
carried the election by a majority of 255,
electing the Mayor and six out bf seven
Kumor is prevalent at ls Anceles
that the Santa Fe has under considera
tion the extension of its line north from
Mojavo to San Francisco.
That, part of Tacoma known as "Tho
Gulch " will tie spanned by a bridge 581)
feet lontr by 1(5 fet wide. The burliest
bent w 11 be 144 feet from the ground.
N. A. Cornish of Plaine, Wash., and
associates have applied lo the Controller
of the Currency for permission to organ
ize the First National bank at that place.
A young Indian committed suicide at
Winnpmucca, Nov.. Ho tied a cord to
the trieger of a rifle, put tho muzzle to
his breast and pulled the cord with his
The lumbermen of Portland have or
ganized a lumbermen's exchange, which
includes eight mills there, three at Van
couver and six at other points on the Co
Willinm Vinnm. Jr.. was pprionslv in
jured by a cave in n prospect shaft-of tho
Kough ant Krady mine at iirass valley,
Cal. His batik and abdomen wero
crushed by falling r ck.
James I.enehar, n San Francisco team
ster, bnd his legs crushed while unload
ing heavy iron irirdera at the New City
hall. He wap badly manirled, and there
is little hope of his recovery.
Frank Willioms, undor indirtmonWor
robbing stages and mail near Weaver
ville, Auburn and Redding, Cal., was
placed on trial in tlie United fatates uis
trict Court at San Francisco last week.
The total value of exportH from Tort
Townsend in March was $:,:30,461, of
which American vessels carried all but
$07,340. The value of imports was $8.
703. and the duty collected was $0,01)1.22.
"Willinm Splnin, convicted of man
slaughter for killing John Tobin during n
saloon quarrel in San Francisco some
months ago, has been sentenced to live
years in tho State prison.
Tho following-named national bank has
lieen authorized to commence business:
Port Townsend National bank. PortTown
send, Wash.; capital, $100,000; Presi
dent, F. M. Wude; cashier, W. A. Wil
cox. The jury in the case of Will Paine,
who shot and killed Ed Maxwell during
a drunken row in San. lose la t February,
disagreed after an all-night deliberation.
They stood 11 to 1 for conviction of man
slaughter. Assistant Secretary of tho Treasury
Patcbelder thinks the commnnder of the
Kush did right when he passed the mouth
of tho Columbia with tho Portland mail
during tho snow blockade and deliveicd
it at Tacomn.
Tho Mechanics' Fnlr, San Frnncisco,
has been postponed in order to give the
Native Sons of tho Golden West use of
the pavilion in which to celebrato tho
anniversary of California's admission
into tho Union.
The prospectors into the Carrisomount
ins on the Navajo reservation have re
turned to Albuquerque, N. M , with sto
ries of the wondorlul richness in gold
and silver of that section and the ease
with which tho mineral can bo secured,
nature providing plenty of water and
timber. An effort will be made to have
thodifetrkt detached from the reserva
tion. Tho Seattle Prrss, in sneaking of the
unnecessary number of cleiks employed
by the legislature nt Olympia, Buys that
ono clerk drew $510 for attending three
committee meetings; another hns drawn
neurly $000 f r no morowork; svral
have drawn $:) n week throughout the
nession w ho could not intelligently take
notes of tho proceedings of a committee
or decently write out a report of tho com
E. W. Piorco, jwstmabter of Turlock,
Cal., has been indicted on fovonteen
counts for issuing fraudulent jKtofllce
monoy-orders. Pierce wui recently con
victed on oleven charges of misdemeanor
for similar oHiiho und fined fSOon each.
Ho funnot pay the monoy, nnd itwn
fearrd ho uib'ln puoure his re!oiiKO at tho
expiration of thirty da) s under tho prior
debtor's IS-, and the now indictment
whs found lo prevent him from gutting
oil so easily,
An Attempt Made to Wreck a
Lake Shore Train.
Jim Corbott Worsts McCall'roy in a
Sparring1 Bout at tho Formor's
Bonollt In New York.
Present indications point to a good crop
year in tho DakoUis
Swind'ers are operating in Kansas with
bogus deeds to Texas lands.
The street, cars in tho City of Mexico
are to be lighted by electricity.
John L. Sullivan is under medical
treatment to reduce accumulated .fat.
The Now York Central railroad is re
ducing its force, which, it is claimed, is
A Northern Club has been formed tit
Atlanta, Ga., composed of members born
in tho North.
New York pawnbrokers sent $45,OOfl to
Albany to deleat tho proposed law reduc
ing their rates.
McCrea it Co. at Iouisvillo and Nash
ville announce their failure. They wero
"short" in wheat.
General Dan Sickles ii credited with
mayoralty aspirations to tho confusion of
tho Now York " boys."
Governor Jackson of Marybmd has ap
pointed Edwin II. ISrovMi Statu Treasur
er to succeed Arthur, tho defaulter.
Tho bark Sarah from Fnjal is at quar
antine, Boston. There aro sevcral cases
of smallpox among the passengers.
Tho completion of tho new bridge
across the Susquehanna river is expected
to make a new commercial era in Harris
burg. Jim Corbott bad everything his own
way with McCallrey at tlie former's bun
etit performance at'Now York the other
Tlie boundary of the Yellowstone park
will probably bo extended and a railroad
bo permitted through tho northern end
of tho paik.
Mrs. Fargo, widow of William G. Fargo
of tho express company, is lying at the
point of deatlt ut Uull'alo, N. Y., from
Schaefer and Slosson are matched for
an 800-point giuno of billiards, 14-inch
Ilalk line, for $500 a side, to be played in
June in New York.
Confederate voterans are petitioning
tho Kichmond City Council to preserve
the Jell" Davis mansion tor a Confederate
museum for war rolics.
Itichnrd W. Brook, a contractor at Bay
onne, N. J., is reported to have disap
peared witn about $4,000, and is on his
way to the Pacific Coast.
The action against the street cable car
company at Chicago for an infringement
of patent has been distnissod. Damages
had been laid at $3,000,000.
New York's entire delegation to tho
General Assembly at Saratoga next
month is strongly in favor of tho revision
of tho ' Confession of Faith."
There is considerable ill-will among
tho Qreeks and Chtrokees, caused by the
disposition of some of tho funds received
from the salo of the Oklahoma lands.
It is retorted that tho annual salary
list of the Atchison road has been re
duced $r00,000, and that a cut of $1,00J,
000 has been ntado in other expenses.
Tho President has approved tho act to
admit free of duty articles imparted for
tho St. Louis Exposition from Canada,
Mexico and the other American Repub
lics. Charles V. Bryan, President of tho De
troit Board of Trade, was caught short
ou 4,t( 0,000 bushels of May wheat dur
ing tho recent rise, und is very heavily
Tho United States Court of Claims has
decided that an ollicer takes rank from
the time that the hiv entitles him to that
rank and not from duto of receiving his
Tho Senato Committee on Morcantilo
A Hairs of the Massachusetts Legislature
has reported against instructing the Attorney-General
to proceed nguinst tho
A master unison nnmod Andrews of
Providence, H. I., hns just recoived with
some change a copper cent which he
stamped with his initials nnd put in cir
culation about fifty yeurH ago.
The nrrest of the murderers of the rail
road station agent ut Posey vi he, Intl., led
to revelations that a gang of murderers
contemplated tho destruction of the town
by tiro and tho murder of several of its
An object glims for the fortv-inch tele
scope to be mounted ut the University of
Southern California has been taken to
Cambridge, Mu-s. Clark Bros, are ex
pected Ut spend two years on it before it
is ready for uso.
Within tho next four years tho North
ern Pacific will. expend between $50,000,
r03 and $00,000,000 in tho Northwest.
Henry Villard so informed tho Twin City
Commercial Club nt a banquet given in
his honor ut St. Paul.
The story is circulated that Lawrence
Barrett will never ugnln appear on the
singe. A tumorous giowth wus removed
from Ids throat some- months uo, but the
same kind of formation bus appeared ou
another portion of the hJy.
An attempt was made the other night
to wreck u Iuke bhore train at Andover,
O., by glueing steel burs ou the truck.
The engine jumped the track, hut got
back uiniiu. This is the third attempt
njttdo near the uame polut inafow wcols,
A Cobra Visits a Printing- Ofllce
in Bombay, India.
Excursion Trains to Bo Run From
tho Interoceanlc Railroad to
Toronto is likely to have a syEtem of
Rich opal diocoveiios have been mado
in (iueretarj, Mexico.
Tlie centennial of tho Swiss confedera
tion is to be celebrated next year.
Tho Teheran-Caspian railway will bo
mnde by Kust-itms with French capital.
Honry M. Stanley lias finished tho
work of revising tho proof sheets of his
Tho operative bakers in Sydney have
demanded the adoption of tlie eight-hour
Trave'ers in Russia are now obliged to
have their photographs annexed to their
The DCCUllltintlM of RllV!lf!l Tninmini.
of Ticino. Switzorlniul iiiiwiniit t. r r.on -
mv f .v, i
At the drawing of the Panama Cannl
lottery at Paris tlie comnanv won tlu
President Camot intends to visit the
houso in which Napoleon was born when
he visits Corsica.
leading Cubans and nowspipers of
Havana are otumlv fnvurimr .iiiimniiKii
to the United States.
This year's Cnbun liiulimt . nulla f,-in
293,835 for army, navy nnd police ox-
...i.. ...... .. .1 1 mi t i
jii;iiei.-B nuu ipio,ouu tor SCI1O01S.
At IJnrL'iimn. Ttnli tlin l nt n
ing mill, in widen HOI) girls wore at work,
ieu in, aim seventeen wero killed.
The Shaw litis granted ti concession to
English cnnUiiliMtx for tnK
oly with exclusive rights in Persia.
The Steamer Nnrllu-nfn run lrtfi mi,!
... .. .i.ii i.w,,,, twill
sank a cutter oil Ostend, Belgium, and
live of those on board wore drowned.
TIlO M"xicilll lllllll.nf.UVI r 1 Ininmirn f ,1
- ....... inn 'Vlllul'ldl.il
haS Slllol f 1)111 M-r.lltlMtl 1111(1. r cw.rnl
orders. Shu had I!00 soldiers aboard.
An oici'iiri'vi trnm tn rim frr.ni !.
toroeiiani nilroad to tho peaks of Ixtac-
ilmittz nnd Ponocatnnnt.l. Mnvii-n
jected. ' ' '
Iflllv 1 ill Q cnnnfrnt'inl oniMfnl at ..,..,,
military fortresses iu Abyssinia, with a
VieW of OCCtltll'illL' Imr 11 11 II (Wild liivritnrr
EllL'lrmd tliitiL-B linr r-l
ning tho championship game in Africa
have been much lossened sinco Emin
signed with the Germans.
From November in ATnv Mm nrim.ln.
tion of cut flowers from tho little town of
Cannes, on tho south coast of France,
reached the sum of $713,805.
A conflagration at New Lnndie. Prim.
sia, descroyed 130 houses. Tho tiro orig
inated in the Jowish quarter, and is be
lieved to huvo been incendiary.
II in nrnhnliln flint, tlin lrl nt 7 O
Marfan, who died nt. Mnnin Hnrlr. .itl
f . - - ........ V. V I IU II II I
bo lllken to Tyilltlotl for inturmmit lllu
estate is said to bo worth $30,000,000.
ProfeHHOr Unrnkol nf tlin iinivnWf nt
Halle, who is on a scientific exploring
expedition to Algeria, was arrested us a
spy. The German Consul socured his
Tho census having shown that thorn
aro over .10,000 GermatiB in Paris-, tho
newspaper li Moir Is ted to s:iy that it is
time tho government stopped tho inva
sion of Germans.
Ml.'lW rfllnu awl 1inlirtii1!,r ! XT..
w. . . ...... i, ... I'. v v i.iiiii ill iiuv,
Siuth Wales, and Darling river has over
flowed its banks. The town nf Knurl; i iu
inundated, and residents are compelled
to remove 10 tno Highlands lor saloiy.
General Sulcedn. who wnn nrmtfiwl !,i
Madrid a fewtluvs hl'O fnrwritlmr n lotl.ir
advising resistance to tho authority of
tho government, has been sentenced to
two months' imprisonment in u fortress
The Hamburg-Amc rlcim Htniininlilii
Company has decided to send its steam
ships from I'ilbury Fort, at tho mouth of
tho Thames, Jnsteud of from Hamburg.
huh service win commence in .November
A great nntionnl horse show will bo
held in Borlln. commencing on Juno 12
and lastirg until Juno 22 nyxt, under tho
auspices of tho Union Club of that city,
lo show and illustrate the great results
iitt diied in Prussia and the other Gorman
buitea in breeding tine horses.
French scientific men and engineers
nre discussing the feasibility of a railroad
across tho Desert of Sahara. It is claimed
that such an enterprise is necessary to
confirm the hold of France upon her
(f BSrHsions upon tho wst coust of Africa
und to develop tho North Africun prov
inces that she holds.
Denmark Iiub adopted a nowrlflo, after
tho system of Kriig-JorgonHon. Tho
ucupou hits u caliber of eight milli
metres, weighs u little over eight jtouuds,
and can he used as u repealer or other
wiho. Compressed owder of the ordi
nary sort is to he used for tho prencnt.
Sir Sainuol Baker, tho African explor
er, in a letter to the Loudon Times blames
Kugluntl for tho loss of all the iiositkuis
gained in Africa by the enterprise of in
dividual Englishmen, und points out how
Germany may In u h-w montliM, by estab
lishing stations at Victoria N'vanzu and
fonulngan ullinuce with tho Klngof Ugan
da, roouro control oi tnu equatorial prov
The aggregate volume of business In all
that could bo desired, the moro settled
wi dther mnklng a perceptible dluercncc.
nnd the Activity along Front tdreet in all.
lines Is plainly olnervnble. Tho only cloud
upon the. horizon nt present Is tho semi
announced demand on behnlf of tho build
big trade for the Inauguration ot the olRht
hottr movement, with perhaps a resistance
to any li-H.i wngoH tlmti those In vogue;
but tt Is confidently predicted that tho In
noMitlon will not impede the further con
struction of new blocks, several of which,
will be started in the near future.
UrenkhiK Plow 83n5.
Broadcast Seeders 0J5.HO
Minding Twine 10 per ct dts lHc
Hlnilinc Wlro 12ic
(5rahi Drills 110160
Gatig Plow 1U0115
Usiiornus blowers aOfctdl
" Reapers " 120
" Combined Mowers nnd
Reapers . . 20 P ct dls lff
" Droppers .. " 130
" Slet-bfratno selMiindlng
Harvesters, 20 ct dls 18ft
Rulroatl Barrows, iron wheels,
f tlo.en ... 48(go5
Ballrond Barrows, wood wheels,
Road Plow IJOffiatj
Solid Steel Scrapers 12i'Ul
Steel Disk Harrows NXfefr)
Spring Wagons 125170
Sulky Plows 7.(YrU.
Walking I'lows J)(&a5
Wagons, all makes 1101CO
nurlaps, 40 In 7
Hurlaiis. 45 in 7fc
Burlaps. (K) in llf
Gunnies, 28x41) 10
rotato uttirs, notensn H(o.0k
Wool. 4 lb. " ;. 40
Wool, 34 11, " 38
w neat Nicks, npot, net casli
Wheat Sacks, extra, second.h&nd. ... G
Cimtemalft, lb 22 (223k-
Java, (( lb 25 27
Mocha, lb It 28 031
No. 1 Costa Rica, V lb 22 (B23
Rio, tMti 22 23
Salvador, p lb 212224
Itoasted, in bags
Arbuckle'H Arlosa. B Xh 271'27'r
Closset & D.'s Columbia 1 lb prs 2fl4f2l5
Costa Rlcn 25 ($28
Itoasted .lava .'10 (a'.te
Roasted Mochn :(5 37
Aspuragus, ti lb 0
Cabbage, tf lb 2fc-
Caullllowcr, tt doz 1 101 23
Carrots, y sic 1 (O
Carrots, young, doz 1ft
Celery, f doz OOgl 00
Green Peas 7
Lettuce. t doz 124
Onions, If 100 lbi 7 00
l'otntoes, V 100 lbs 1 7
1'otfttoes, BWeolB, v u z
Rndlsbes, & doz 12fc
Turnips, per sk 1 25
Chickens, largo young, t dox 5 50 0 00
Chickens, old 5 50,'a) 0 00
Ilucks, if aoz 7 0O o 60)
Geese, young. V doz 0 0010 0O
TurUeys, young, tf lb 18
Urouse and I'lieasauts iiuu
Apples 1 502 0O
Hananas, ti bunch 3 504)4 IO
Lemons, California, V box 3 75 4 00
Lentous, Sicily, V box, new 5 60
Limes. IC cwt 1 50
Oranges, Riversides 3 BO
Oranges, Seedless 4 504 75.
Barley, whole. V ctl 80 & 90
Corn, V 100 lbs I 50
O its. good, old, t bushel
Oats, new, M 40 (it
live, (C 100 lbs, nominal 1 20 (o)l
Wheat. Valley. tC UK) lbs 1 15 1
wneut, eastern urcgon l lu&igi it
Oregon fancy crcamory- 25
ChoTce dairy 20
Pickled, California 18)20
Kastern fancy creamery
California fresh roll 1B2L
New California 12Jr
Oregon skims and old 12!4
Swiss Cheese, domestic 15 10
Young America, Or. I
Oregon, t doz 1
isastern, if aoz... u
Portland patent roller. tCbbl 3 7S
Salem patent roller 3 75
Dayton patent roller 3 05
Cascadia patent roller 3 OS
Country brands 3 50
McMlnnville 3 75
Superfine 2 50
White LI v a i&
Graham 3 25
Rye Hour 4 CO
Urcnard uran n tmia
Red Top 0JM MJ
Blue Grass 12
Hnglish Bye Grass TOD
Ituhan Itye Grass 0411
Atistraltun Rye Grass 7j U
Misduito 7 f10
Millet 5 O
Hungarian MllleL 5 m a
Mixed Lawn Grass 12JS15
Bed Clover 10 U
White Clover ! 15 to 17
Alsyke Clover... 15 17
Alfalfa 10 ?ll
Canary 4JU 5
Flax 44& 5
Hemp 5 toJ 54
Rape, California 3 & 4
SOI), lb bags. tton 17.0(1
W0.tbba.is, V ton 17 00
Ground Rock, 60-it. bags. V ton ia J
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