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THE OREGON SCOUT
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tral in nothing; devoted to every
THE OREGON SCOUT
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State ccmliiiikd, and is corre
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journal for the people.
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UNION, UNION COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY IS, 1800.
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The Oregon Scout
An InJf icndent wetklr journal, louei eswj Thur.ilay
JONES & CIIAISTCEV,
1'uWUhf ri and Proprietors.
A. K. Jonas, Kilttor.
II Ciia.ncev, Foreman.
Itutt'H of Stilin'riiitlou.
One copy one yi-ar, ...
One c ipy it x rat imhi.
One copy three month. .
Invariably ChhIi In Advance.
by chance rubtcriptiims are not paid till end
year, lua dollars will be charged.
Rate ot adt ert'slriK made known on application.
ZdT Corresiwiidence from all parts of the country
Addreoaa'l communication to the OUEUON ScoCT,
PRKfllPRNT-llrnjamin Harrison of Indiana.
HlcimTAHV ok 8TATK James U. 111a ne of Maine.
Hkchktakv or tiik TKKAaUitr William Wludoni
Skcuktauv op Wah-lledfleM I'roctorof Vermont.
Skokktauv or tuk Navk -Ilenjuuln F. Tracy of
Hkckktahv or the interior- John W. Noble of
I'cMTMAHTKlt CKNKr.AL John Wanamalctr of 1'enn
sylTanta. ATToitNRt'OaNERAL-W. II. II. Miller of Indiana.
Skckktaiiv or AuiticULiuiiK-Jeremluh ltusk of
BTATi: OF OUEOilN.
J J. II. MlTCIIK
1 J. Diil.l'll.
8ocretary of State,
SVI.VK.STKR l'l NMll KR.
Gt.OHUK W. MCllRIIIK.
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Superiutendeut of Public Instruction, 1. 11. MuKLRor.
Btatd l'nnttr, - - FramcU Bakkii.
fll. K. STIIAIIAN.
J. W. P. I.OHI.
lW. W. TllAVKR.
HIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
Circuit Judges, . jAM"k a' ki:
J. li. UaNU.
COUNTY OF UNION.
SurTeyor, - :
)J. W. NoltVAL.
J. H. Haley.
I J. L. HllK.
O. P. fJOOOAt.I..
A. N. II IMI1.TO.V.
A. T. Nkii.l.
li. O. llRAl.NARtl.
J. 1.. CAHTKH.
- J. V. Kl.MIIRM.L.
J. I). (iUlI.ll.
( fl. W. ltKN.NKIIKH'.
( Jiin.s McDonald.
CITY OF UNION.
J. K. TCTTI.K,
li. F. Wilson. J. II. Corhin.
J. S. KLI.IOTT A. K. JONK1.
K. IU mii.i ark, H. A. 1'buskl.
UNION LODGE, No 39, I. O. O. Y MKKTS EVERY
Friday etrnhu at 7:30 o'clock
wm. rali:y, n. a.
0.8 Miller, Secretary.
O.RANDE 110NDE KNCA.MI'MENT, No. 11. 1. O. O.
F., int-etl on the first and third Tuilat in each
month. 0. S. MILL kit. 0 P
J. 1!. TlIOMl'SON, Scribe.
GRANDE RONDE VALLEY LODGE. No. 56, A F. ft
A M., inee s on the second ant fourth Haturdays
every moi.th. E. W. DAVIS, W. M
R. II. Drown, Secretary.
GRANDE RONDE VALLEY CHAPTER, No. 10.. R.
A. M., inceU first a d tlilrd Tuesclius each innnili.
W. T. WKKillT, M. E. II. P.
Turner Oliver. Secretary.
BLUE MOUNTAIN LODGE No. 28. K. OF P.,
meets erery Weduesday evening.
(1. F. HALL, 0. O.
Turner Oliver, K. of R. A. H.
PRESTON POST, No. 18, O. A. R MEETS EVERY
third Saluiday In each month a', the Odd Fello'
hall. JOSHUA 11RADFORD, P. C.
Gf.oruk Hkininoer, Adjutant
Tho Methodl-t EpI copal Church holds services at 11
A. M. ani 7 1". M. of eacu Sunday.
Iter S. M. DRIVER, Pastor.
Benricea are held at the Presbyterian Chinch at 11 A,
u and 7 r. M. uf each Sunday
Iter R. II PARKER, Pator.
The Union Literary and Musical Society meets erery
Friday tvenlng at the M. E. Church.
JOHN R. CRITES,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office two doors south of Postotnce.
'Collecting and probate practice specialties.
J. W. BIIKI.TON. . J. M. CARROLL.
SHELT0N & CARROLL,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Office two doors south of Postorhce,
Special attention given to all bu limns entrusted to us.
B. EAK1N. J A. KAKIN, Notary Public.
R. EAKIN & BR0.,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Prompt attention paid to collodions.
a. J. HACKirrr.
WILSON & HACKETT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OollMtlont and (11 other business entnuted to u will
rcceire prjmpl atUatlon. , .
A oonipUM abstract of the land of Union county to
Una1 of tbt UNION REAL ESTATE ABSOUIA-TION.
I. N. CROMWELL, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURCEON,
Office one door south of J 11. Eaton's store.
T. McNAUGHTON, M. D.,
FHYSICIAN AND SURCEON,
All cal's promptly attended to day or night.
A. L. DANFORTH, M. D
PHYSICIAN AND SURCEON,
North Powili-r, Oregon.
DISEASES OF WOMEN A SPECIALTY.
Calls attended to at all hours.
C. H. DAY, M. D.,
Homceopatlilc Physician and Surgeon.
All CitllM I'roiiiptly Attend. 'il to.
Oflice adjoining Jones Ilros,' sore. Can be found
nights at residence in Bouthwost Union.
Architect and Builder,
Drafts, plans mi l deslsns for dwellings and bridges
furuislied on application.
DR. A. M. MUSSER,
Graduate of PeniwyUsula Dental College, 1 at the
And Is prepared t do all kinds of dental work pain
DR. E. N. NORTH,
t)!llt! It StriMit, Union, Or.
Teeth eitracted without pain by the successful new
GEORGE BAIRD, Proprietor.
Sbavlng, Hair-Gutting and Shampooing in
tbe Lasest Style of the Art.
Khon two doors south of the Centennial hotel. Gire
me a call.
City Meat Market
Main Strtu-t, Union, Oregon.
BENSON BROS., Proprietors,
KEEl' CONMTANTI.Y ON UANU
Beef, Fork, Veal, Mutton, Sausage, Hams,
Ed Remillard, Proprietor.
If yon want a rt freshing drink or a good cigar, drop In.
llllhard and pool table for the accommodation of
Gof naeopia Saloon.
William Wilson, Proprietor.
The Finest of Wines, Liquors and
Cigars Always in Stock.
First-clata billiard table. Drop In and be sociable.
For Information About the South
Tba Official Immigration Department
FIFTEEN SOUTHERN STATES,
OAlUi 11011IN80N. Secretary,
lialoli-h, X. 0.
THE PACIFIC COAST.
Two Men Attempt to Kidnap a
The Editor and Business Manager
of the San Diego Union Un
Olynipin, Wash., has voted bonds for
general municipal purposes.
National City lias an olive-oil mill that
will soon bo handling thirty-two tons a
Georfjo N. Cobb has been appointed
assistant keeper of tho lighthouse, at
The I)8 AnReles restaurant keepers
have protested aminet tho giving of din
ner for a price by the ladies of tho
Washinpton's Governor has appointed
the trustees who are to locate anil uuper
vipo tin construction of the State reform
school in Lewis county.
Two and three-fourths miles of jetty at
tho month of the Columbia river have
been completed, leaving one inilo and a
quarter to finish tho work.
Eastern capital in rapidlv finding its
way into Salt Itke City. No less than
five syndicates aro endeavoring to obtain
control of tho water works.
Spokane Palls is taking steps to build
a mineral palace from ores taken from
tributary mining camps. The Northwest
Exposition will open September 14 at
Tho Japancso crew of the sealing
schooner Penelope at Victoria got drunk,
and for awhile ran tho vessel, cutting
Mate Lam berg severely. Tho Japs aro
now in jail.
Land-grabbers have seized upon some
10,000 acres of land in the Fayette val
ley, Idaho, under the desert land act, and
will bold tho land for the expected immi
gration into the country.
John Major, an Indian living near tho
Klamath nuency, Or., killed his wife and
a brother Iiulian, and was subsequently
killed bv a poase of Indians. Major is
supposed lo have been insane.
Two men tried to kidnap Mi a. liinkley,
the wife of u Tacoma building contractor.
Her husband's timely appearance put to
lliuht the men who had thrown n blanket
saturated with chloroform over her head.
Tho citizens of San Jose, Cal., built
bonlirPB and exploded bombs and rockets
and paraded the streets with appropriately
inscribed transparanew's in their enthu
siasm over tho signing of tho public
building bill by tho President.
The result of tho conforenco between
the Southern Pacific ollicials and tho del
egation from Astoria regarding the South
ern Pacific extending its system to As
toria has been made public. Huntington
demands a subsidy of $200,000 and ter
There aro only two passes between Ta
coma and Olympia. The Union Pacific
is seeking to" occupy both of thorn and
shut out the Northern Pacific. Three
crews of men aro now slashing on the
right of way between Tacoma and the
Nesqually rivor, while a fourth crew is at
work between the river and Olympia.
The United States District Court has
decided the suit against tbo British ship
Craiuenll at Seattle in favor of thoHailora
Tho crww shipped for two years, but tho
Captaiu broke liia contract, and Hint was
brought for threo nionthb' extra pay by
tho men bevond payment for services
The managing editor and business
manager of tho San Diego Union have
been arrested on an order of tho three
Suporior Judges, sitting in bank, upon a
charge of contempt of court. The order
charges tho paper with trying to influ
ence the jury and public opinion so that
a fair trial will bo impossible in tho case
of Superior Judge John It. Ailken, now
in progress for tampering with a judg
James Guiler, representing tho Risdon
Iron Works at San Francisco, has re
turned from Washington and other East
ern cities, which ho lms visited in tho
interests of his firm to secure priecB for
supplying iron and steel necessary in
construction of 8,100 and 5,500-ton cruis
ers for the United States navy, for which
tho Itisdon Iron Works are to submit
bids. While in Washington Mr Guiler
had an interview with the Secretary of
tho Navy, who was greatly interested in
tho welfare of San Francisco, and partic
ularly in respect to the Risdon Iron
Works entering into this new enterpriee
and bidding for government work. lie
also said that it gave him p'ensiiro whoro
ho found a wtllingnesH on tho part of our
purple to assist in tho building up of our
navy and merchant marine.
Tho rovenuo steamer Bear will Hail for
her usual summer cruise off the Alaskan
coast soma day next week. Only tho
usual duties, so far as known, are as
signed to Captain Healy for this cruiso.
He will prevent illegal Healing as fur as
possible, and will regulate the li unrtraf
tic among tho Indians. Captain Healy
will not learn the details of his orders
until after leaving San Francisco. As
they come from Captain Bhepard, who
beforo bin promotion to his present posi
tion as chief of the revenue marine serv
ice had some lively experiences with
British sealers, the presumption is that
the orders will give every authority for
the preservation of the government's
rights in tho North. It is reportod that
tho cutter Corwin will also go North lie
fore long. The naval steamer Alert is be
ing fitted out for the cruise, and the telk
is that this vessel will also join the fleet
of government steamers that will le in
Alaskan waters during tbe summer seal
A High Fence to Be Put Around
the Lincoln Monument.
Tho Michigan Supromo Court Holds
tho New Liquor Law of That
Over 100 colored men now control
newspapers in the United Shttes.
There has been a generat increaso in
the Newfoundland tariff of 5 to 10 per
This season's flood is making remark
able changes in tho Mississippi river
It in said that there aro nearly 2X1,000
ex-Union soldiers in circumstances ap
Gary Pitman, cashier of tho Bank of
Nottingham, Ala., has skipped. The
condition of the bank is not yet known.
It is noiv claimed that Fdwin Cowles,
tho late editor of th& Cleveland leader,
was the first to propose holding a World's
Fair in 1802.
Michigan's Supremo Court holds that
tho now liquor law of that State is un
constitutional. Tho engrossing clerk had
made unauthorized interpolations.
There is still much quarreling over dis
puted rights to property in Oklahoma
towns, and rival claimants easily secure
ttio backing of a disorderly eloment.
A high iron fenco is to bo built around
the Lincoln monument at Springfield,
III., to protect it from relic hunters, who
havo mutilated tho statues and tho sar
cophagus. It is understood that thcie will bo no
more caucuses on tho silver question by
Republican Congressmen, and that the
Senate will pass u bill favorable to silver
and that the House will agreo to it.
The two warring baseball leagues in
the Eastarocetti ug tired of losing money,
and, it is said, will change the dates of
play so that tho two organizations will
not play on the tamo day in any one city.
Aarons Si IVder, clothiers of O i Prince
street, New York, failed a few days ago,
and it has since been discovered that the
firm was instituted for the purpose of
swindling all who trusted it. Criminal
proceedings will bo taken.
The President hns approved tho bill
authorizing tbo construction of a bridge
across the Rr.izos river in Toxhb and the
joint resolution authorizing Lieutenant
Henry R. Lcmly, U. S. A., to accept n
position under the Republic of Colombia.
Prohibitionists in Iowa believe that the
decision of tho United States Supremo
Court that Iowa cannot interfere with
the importation of liquor into that State
in unbroken packages will have a damag
ing effect on the prohibition law of that
A straiten malady has made its appear
ance at Muncie, Iud., with which 100
persens havo boon suddenly stricken.
Doctors disagree regarding the diseaso.
Claims aro made that it is la nona, the
prevailing epidemic in Germany and It
aly, which was preceded by la grippo.
Tho run of the new torpedo boat Cush
ing from Newport, to New York was tho
quickest on record between those cities,
sho ran against strong winds and heavy
seas, but nevertheless made It in six
hours and fifty-sven minutes, or soven
minutes quicker than any other vessel.
Judge Wallace in tho United States
Circuit Court at Now York denied tho
application of Henry Hilton to reopen
tho suit of Fortin & Co., glove manufact
urers of Paris, a.'ainst A. T. Stewart &
Co. for breach of contract, which was de
cided in Franco some yearBHgoand judg
ment rendered against Stewart & Co. for
$105,000. Judge Wallace holds that tho
decision of tho French court must bo
presumed to bo lairly arrived ut.
In a letter to the Speaker of tho House
tho Secretary of tho Interior estimated
that it will require $8:1,800,752 annually
to give service pension to every survivor
of the late war not now on tho rolls and
$0,042,817 annually to increase tho pen
sions of those now on the rolls to $8 per
month and $,776,7f!8 to grant pensions
to widows of deceased soldiers. The total
annual expenditure would bo $100,t'20,
327. Tho members of tho scientific expedi
tion from Philadelphia have ascended
Iztaccihuatl in Mexico. Iiaromelical
measurements give it an elevation of 17,
150 feet, A glacier two miles long was
found to descend the western slope It
is the first glacier on record as existing
in Mexico. On tho summit tho ther
mometer registered 28 degrees. Butter
flies were found imbedded in tho ice at
an elevation of 15,500 feet.
Serious forest fires are reported from
tho northern part of Wisconsin. Much
damage has been done around Mason,
along the Omaha road, wher'i the woods
are ablaze and two or three houses in tho
town burned. The fire in stumps and
underbrush between Hurley nnu Iron
wood spread with great rapidity along
tho section liordering on the mines from
Ashland to Auror-, burning throe or four
miners' cottages. All tho mills and fac
tories ut Rico Lake, Benton county, were
kept closed so tho moil could protect
James Pollock, ox-Governor of Penn
sylvania, who died at Lock Haven Sat
urday, was the first man to urge Con
gress, of which lie was a member forty
years ago, to build a Pacific railway. He
predicted in 1848 that a railroad uniting
New York and San Francisco would be
built within twenty-five years. Tho road
was .finished in 1809 and Mr. Pollock
passed over it two yeans later, and an
ovation was given him in San Francisco
as tho prophet of tho Pacific railroad.
DeBrazza, tho French Explorer,
Starts for Africa.
Holland Proposes to Increase tho
Duty on American Petroloum
There is no Ministerial crisis in Uru
guay us has been reported.
The Shah's wife is in Vienna un
dergoing uu operation to recover her
There arc at present within tho walls
ot Paris 30,229 subjects of tho German
Tho stato of siego on tho island of
Crete h been raised and martial law
It is reported that Queon Victoria will
confer a title on Stanley, making him
Iord Stuiley of tho Congo.
Do Brazza, tho Fiench explorer, has
started on his sixth trip to Africa not as
a civilizer, but as a moneymaker.
Tho first electric cars in Germany aro
to bo introduced at Hallo. Tho American
overhead system will bo employed.
Malietoa has signed a treaty for tho
settlement of the Samoan troubles.
Tamaseso has accepted tho now regime.
Tbo Royalist Deputy for Bolloville,
Franco, has been sentenced to pay 1,500
francs fine and 10,000 francs damages for
Tho United States and British Govern
ments havo made an imperative demand
that tho Delugou railway question bo set
tled by arbitration.
Conel Brace, a noted member of tho
tutf and breeder of tho horco St. Gatien,
the winner of tho Derby at tho Epsom
meeting in 1884, has committed suicide
in London by shooting himself with u
A Berlin dispatch wvh tho Emperor of
Germany has directed tho building of a
yacht, to bo tho largest of her class in
the world. It is said tho Emperor will,
when the yacht is ready, puyu VHit to tho
London Fire Department eutisties
show that, although theater fires havo
increased greatly in number, they aro far
less damaging man lormorly, owing to
tho improvements in tho apparatus for
The Austrian newspapers in com
menting on tho meeting of Queen Vic
toria with Kaiser William at Darmstadt
declare that England is practically an
ally of tho triple alliance, although not
formally committed to its support.
President Carnot has received a letter
from the King of Dahomey, complaining
that tho French attacked him without
warning and without declaring wnr
against him. Tho French merchants now
in his power will bo kept as hostages.
Two different English syndicates solicit
tho concession for enlarging tho canal
and port of Brussels bo as to make Brus
sels accessible to vcssoIb of 2,000 tons.
Both syndicates fix tho cost of tho neces
sary constructions at about 24,000,000
Tho lunatics in tho asylum at Dun
drum, near Dublin, Ireland, became on
raged because tlnur beer was cut off, and
smashed everything within reach that
was breakable. Tho fire department was
called out, and after the lunatics were
well drenchod thoy becamo quiet.
Countess Kesslor, daughter of Admiral
Lynch, has brought an action ng.tiiiHt
three Paris newspapers for accusing hor
of being a Prussian spy and giving re
ceptions with sinister ends; also for Ho
cusing her of stealing B6ulangor'a mobil
Stanloy says : " My heart will always
bo with America. Circumstances compel
one to do many things ho could not do of
his own free will. On account of my fu
turo work I may havo to formally declare
myself a BritiHh subject. At present I
consider mysolf an American citizen."
In tho British House of Commons
Randolph Churchill's hill to consolidate
and amund tho licensing laws has passed
its first reading. The bill proposes to in
trust the granting of licenses to munici
pal and county counci s, abolishes beer
houses and compels clubs to register and
pay fees ranging from X30 annuully for
workmen's clubs to 2,000 for ariitocratie
The lust prison statistics of Prussia
show that in tho year 1888-0 3l),70 Prus
sian prisoners worked altogether 11,900,
0 A) days for wages of 10 cents each per
day. Of the 21,432 mon and 3,t50 wom
en under the supervision of tho prison
division of tho Prucslsn Ministry of Jus
tico 1 1,039 men and 2,17-' women are em
ployed by manufacturers under contract
with the prison authorities. Their aver
age daily wages were about 0 couts each,
Stanley says If ho hud left Emin where
he found him ho would have been at this
moment in Khartoum a common slave;
nothing could have saved him. Ho was
as much a prisoner as a fellow in chains.
Tho pcoplo did not want, him. There
was no government left, end the servants
would not obey him. When he asked
how many would return with him only
one man consented.
Something new in tho lino of strike is
S resented by tho beer drinkers of Munich,
jldiers, railway employes, tradesmen
uud workers in tho factories havo signed
a pledge not to drink any Munich bcor
becuueo the proprietors of tho breweries
havo raised the prico. In order to bring
them down to tho old figures the strikers
drink Htrasburg beer, Frankfort beer,
Dortmund boor, or any kind of beer that
does not come from the Munich brow
Tho general condition of tho local mor
chandlse markcta is all that could bo de
sired. Trade Is expanding hi all directions,
and country orders are heavier than last
year. Abundant crops may bo looked for
everywhere, and should the farmers ob
tain a Rood price for their grain next fall
times will bo exceedingly lively. Visitors
from tho East aro not arriving yot In such
numbers ns expected, still their appear
anco will bo notlceablo later on. Colloc
Hons aro livening up considerably, and the
ra'lroad construction in this vicinity will
materially increaso tho amount of ready
money In circulation.
BrenklnR Plow 833K
Broadcast Seedore OXaliO
RlndhiK Twlno 10 per ct dls 18c
Binding Wiro ,f " 12lc
Grain Drills 110160
CJatig Plow 1U0U5
Osborne's Mowers . . . .30 f ct dU 75
" Reapers , . " 120
" Combined Mowors and
Reapers.... 20 Vet dls IPO
Droppers ... Kit)
" StoMbframe self-blndinn
Harvesters, 20 C ct dls 18
Rtllroad Barrows, Iron wheols,
Railroad Barrows, wood wheels,
V dozen :
Road I'lpw SlXiad
Solid Steel Scrapers 12(0-14
Steel Disk Harrows W)fi93
Spring WaRons 1251"0.
Sulky Plows 7ftfd95
WalkhiR Plows 0(2125
Wagons, all makes 110108
Ilurlaps, 40 In 7
HurlapH, 45 in 7f
Burlaps, 00 hi m
Gunnies, 28x40 16
Potato Bugs, not cash 5Bh
Wool, 4 lt, " 38
Wool, Hi Hi, " 36
Wheat Sacks, spot, net cash 7
Wheat Sacks, extra, second-hand ... G
Gtiatomnla, t lb 22 (5234
Java, t lb 25 27
Mocha, Hi Iti 'tis (SHI
No. I Costa Rica, V lb 22 23
Rio, tT lb 22 ("a!23
Salvador, b lb 21J22i
Itoastcd, in bags
Arbuckld'H Arlosa, d u 271274
Closset & D.'a Columbia 1 lb prs 20420
I'ostJi Rica 25 (6)28
Itoasted .lava 30 (532
Roasted Mocha 35 37
Asparagus, tflb fl
Cabbage, b lb 2?(5)S
Oaullllower, ' doz 1 40I 50
uarrots, u bk i iu
Carrots, young, p doz 15
Celery, doz OOfl 00
Green Peas fl
l.ettuco, t doz 25
Onions, ti 100 lbs 8 00
Potatoes, b 100 lbs 2 00
Potatoes, sweets, 1C lb 2)
Itndlsties, f doz 30
Turnips, per sk 1 25
Chickens, largo young, t? dox 5 50 fl 00
Chickens, old 5 50 o) 0 00
Ducks, doz 7 00 8 50
Geese, young, t' doz 9 00 10 00
Turkeys, young, W lb 2
Grouse and Pheasants 3 00
Apples 1 502 00
Hananas, f bunch 3 50ft)4 0
Lemons, California, ? box 3 75(24 00
Lemons, Sicily, box, new 5 50fl 00
Limes, tf cwt 1 50
Oranges, Riversides 3 19
OraiiKes. Seedless 4 504 75
Oranges, Navels , 4 50
Barley, whole, V ctl 80 00
Corn, tC 100 lbs 1 50
Outs, good, old, V bushel
Oats, new, 42 (2 45
Hve, f 100 ttis, nominal 1 20 ffll 224
Wheat, Valley, C 11)0 lbs 1 2 I (2jl 2i?
Wheat, Eastern Oregon 1 15 1 17J
Oregon fancy creamery- 25
Cholco dairy 20
Pickled, California 1820
Eastern fancy creamery
California fresh roll 1821
Now California S
Oregon skims and old 1214
Swiss Cheese, domestic..,. 15)010
Young America, Or. 14
Oregon, tfdoz 17
Eastern, doz 17
Portland patent roller, pbbl 3 7S
Salem patent roller 3 75
Dayton patent roller 3 0
Cascadla patent roller 3 05
Country brands 3 5
McMlnnvllle. 3 7
White Lily 3 7S
Graham... 3 lM
Rye floor (N
Red Clover 10 11
White Clover 15 C17
Alsyko Clover 1ft 17
Alfalfa 10 (fll
Canary 41(8 6
Flax 4i& S
Hemp 6 (k 64
Rape, California i 4
I.U&tllKIl ItOUOU AND DKKSHED.
Rough Per M, 10 00
Edged 12 00
T. & O. sheathing 13 (XI
No. 2 flooring 18 00
No. 2 celling 18 00
No. 2 rustlo 18 00
Clear rough SO 00
Clear P. 4S 22 60
No. 1 flooring Mt
No. 1 celling 22 50
No. 1 rustlo 22 Ml
Stepping. 86 00
2001b bags, Pton 17 08
100-11. bas. V ton 17 00
Ground Rock, 60-lb bags, ton li 50
According to shrinkage ...10914
Spring clip 1W
Uuipqu, lambs aad tail IwW