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THE OREGON SCOUT
7a independent in nil thins, neu
tral in nothing; devoted top very
causa it believes to be right a
journal for the people.
THE OREGON SCOUT
Has P8 large- aeireulntbonpsnny
two papers in this section of tho
State 11 inliitK (1, an 1 is corre
spond ugly valuable as nn advor
Horo Will tho Press tho People's Rights Maintain.
UNION, UNION COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, .MAY 20, 1S90.
The Oregon Scout
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AdilreM&'l coiumunt-nUnus to tho Orkiion Spout,
OFFICIAL Hill KOTO It Y.
riiEstpnnT-ltfiijatuIn Harrison of In Vain.
Sf.cjhbt.uiV or Statu -Janus (I. Wane of Maine
HrcnuTanv or tick Tiikhjiiv William Windoui
Hci iiKTAP.v or War --RcttfleP l'roctorof Vermort.
Hkoubtaiiv of tiik Nav-llenjuiiu 1. Tiacy of
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ylrsnla. Attohnkv Oknimhi, - W. II. II. Miller of Indiana.
Hr.citKTAiiy op Aui'.li-ui.TimK Jvn-uilitu Kusk of
statu ov oiu:oix.
Secretary of Slate,
J.T. II. "Mitcihi.u
(J. N. Down.
MYLVKsTKH lVS.NO EK.
(J. W. Wf.hii.
auperlatemteut of I'ubUo Instruction, K. It. McllLnoy.
.Stat a ITiutcr. FihnkO.IHi.ek.
( It, w. tkaiian.
Supreme Judges, - JW, IMxmti.
IW. W. TllAVKR.
MXTil JL'IUIMAI, DISTKICT.
Circuit Judrea, ( Jamih A. Ff.k.
rioaecuUnx Attorney - J. U IUhu.
).I. W. Nokval.
f.I. II. Kil.EY.
ClIlKl.l'.H (loOONOl Oil.
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A. X. IIamii.tov.
A. T. Neii.l.
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J. I. t'AHIKK.
- J. W. KlMHRKM..
J. I). (iUILH.
I O. V llKNM'HOf r.
1 Joii.n McDonald.
CITY OK UNION.
J W. Kbsnedv.
J. K Tuttlk.
It. Y. WlMOK. J. II. COIIIIINV
J. H. KM.10TT. A. K. JujJJf.
K. KKMII.LAIIP , K. A'lTltHKL.
UNION LODfii:, NoJi. O. O. K , MKKTrt KVKBY
Friday eieufiij ftTTSa o'clock
7- .illkh, Scietary.
tiHANDK ItONDi: I NCAMl'MKNT, N. 11, I. (). O
K.. nir-eti on the tirrtt and third Tue-d ,)a in rach
month. O. r). MiLLHt. O. 1'.
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I5UAN0I' KONOK VALLKY I " il)OK. No. 16. A V. t
A M., mee on th iecon.1 an I fourth Hatunlaja
tivery mor.th. H. V. DAVIS, W. M.
R. 11. llKowx, Hecretary.
CHAN OK ItONDK VALI.I'.Y OH A1TBU. No. 20.. It.
A. M.. tneeta flrnt d third 'llieada-a each month.
w T WUKIIIT, M. K. II. V.
Turiiir OL1VKK, Hecrctary.
ni,UK MOUNTAIN I.UMJK No, a K. OK I'..
mesta elery Wdiieada evenliiK. (IAI c 0
TonNR Olivkk, K of It. A. H.
ritKSTON l'OHT, No,78, (T.Tjt.,MKKT.S KVKKY
third Batuiday iu each month tho Odd Kellosa
nalh JOSHUA ItUADKOlil), 1'. O.
The MlithodM Kpl copal Church holds fen Ices at 11
i M. aui 7 P. M. of (racn Kunday.
Itcv. h. M. Dltivnit, I'astor.
Sortlcoa are held at the Kreahytcrlun Church at 11 A,
M. and 7 P. of each huni'ay. ,,. ,
Her. U II. l'AHKUlt, l'a'tor.
The Union Uterary and Musical HocUty mieU ttery
Friday Tcuio: at the M. K. t hurch.
JOHN R. CRITES,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Oftl two doors south of l'twiolflce,
Ootlectltig and probate practice speclaltlea.-
J. W. H1IELTON J. M. CAKKOI.L.
SHELTON & CARROLL,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Office two doors south of Postofflcf.
ApeelaJ atttutlon glren to all business entrusted to us.
B KAK1N. J A. KAKIN, Notary I'ublle.
R. EAKIN & BRO.,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
INrtimpl at'tntlon paid to collections.
II. V. WILSON.
a J. HACKirrr.
WILSON & HACKETT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Oollactlnns an sU etlwr t-ulit tnlruitot t us wUI
X!i2i$ tb. tot uhi t, ia
"MtnUi of tbt UNION KUAli KSTATK AH800IA-TIuN
I. N. CROMWELL, H. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURCEON,
OEw one door south of J It, Eaton's store.
T. McNAUGHTON, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURCEON,
All cut's promptly .Vtcnded to day or n'sht.
A. L, DANFORTH, H. D
PHYSICIAN AND SURCEON,
Nurtli I'ouili-r, Ori-don.
I)IHKAKi:S OK V()MI:N A HI'IX'IALTY
Ca'ls attended to at all hours
C. H. DAY, M. D
HomtBopatnic Physician and Surgeon.
All CiiIIh rrniiiptly Atlciiiioil to.
Otllcn adjolnlnif Jonei ltros.' n'ore. Can lw found
uijius ut rtmuciico in Moutliejt Union.
" WILLIAM KOENIG,
Architect and Builder,
Drafts, plana an 1 da)f ns for dwellings and brldrea
lurmsueu on np.icaiion,
DR. A, M. MUSSER,
Oraduat'e of l'eiuuyltania Dental College, Is at the
And la prepared t do aQ kinds of dental work palu
DR. E. N. NORTH,
OtlUo It Ntrcct, Union, Or.
Teeth extracted without pain by tho successful new
GEORGE BAIRD, Proprietor.
Shaving, Hair-Gutting and Shampooing in
the Lasest Style of the Art.
Shop two dojrs Bouth of the Centennial hotel. Glre
me u call.
City Meat Market
Main Streot, Union, Ori'Kon.
BENSON BROS., Proprietors,
KKEP CoNnTAMLV ON UA.Vl)
Beef, Pork, Yeal, Mutton, Sausage, Hams,
Ed Remillard, Proprietor.
If you want a rtf real log drink era good cigar, drop In.
Hilhard and pool tables for the acoorumodatlon of
Go? niieopia Saloon.
William Wilson, Proprietor.
The Finest of Wines, Liquors and
Cigars Always in Stock,
First! billiard table. Drop In an 1 be toclaU.
For Information About the South
ADDKKH1 WITH HTAMP -
Tbe Official Immigration Departmeni
FIFTEEN SOUTHERN STATES.
CAUL ItOHIXaO.V, Rocrrtary.
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NEWS OF THE WEEK
An Epitome of the Happenings
of Two Hemispheres.
What Is Transpiring; In tho United
States Congress Other Very
President Harrison expects to to to
Cleveland. 0.. on tlu;iOtlt itiHtant to at
tend tbe tbtrliel I tnouunient ct'remotiieH
there on that date.
Frunk H. Slavin. the .Vustnilian punil
ipt , 1ms chnHenped Corbet t to Imx in L'in
rion for ,C100, to which eutn the lVbcnn
Club will add C 1 ,000.
The Comptroller of tho Curroncv has
nuthomed tt e orjj.inizalion of a uationa1
b:tnk and public deposit' ry at Stilt Lake
City, with 500,000 capital.
Tbe Louiriium Sb to Lottcr Cunpitny
has Pent a cominunication to tho Lcufolu
luro oirerin' $1,000,000 per year for an
extension of their charter for twenty-five
Mummer Sullivan of the AVaphitmton
Rfpeball Club in now takini; sleH" to cf-
tablirth Suntliiv I aseb.rl ut the Capital.
President runi' of the National Leautte
ban opjiosed Sunday ball-pbiyitm.
The United StuteH stea't'ship Essex,
now at New York, will probably be sent
tn tbe European station, and will be tbe
sole repref entntive of this uovemtnent at
that station until some ot tho vessels now
under confctrttetioii ate eompletetl.
I'nvniastcr-General Lioker of tho navy
tins bt en confined to jiis home in (.-feore-town
for Home time past , n ml it isthouuht
that his state of health will fooii cause
hi" retirement from the po?it!on he now
holds at the head of tfie naval pay corps.
Mrs. Frank Leslie has arrived in Lon
don. Her coming hits aroused Martinis
do Lenvillo to aet'vitv. The presence of
that latv in London was a signal for the
Marquis to begin circulation of reports
that ht r visit has for its object her mar
riage to hiuiEelf.
Extracts from Powderlv's protest
atratnst unrestricted linmii'r.ttinn to the
United States are being published in tho
principal British ami continental jour
nal. with a viow of deterring the emi-
unt'oti of attiMins, which it is desirable
to keep at home.
Attorneys for the American Life In-
f-maiiie Company of Philadelphia have
filed Willi . I udgo f-impson an adm'sion
that the company is info'vent, and tho
court appointed the Ileul Estate, Title,
hi'iiri'iico ami 1 rnt-t l otnpanv ol rhiia-
delphia as receiver, with a bond of $500,
000. The case of Theodoro Hcnr' vs. Trav
elers' Insurance C itnpany, involving a
larco anmunt of land ami irrigating ca-
na's in Ctlorado, which ha" ben pend
ing in tho Federal Court at I)rs Moines,
la . for five AC'irs. was decided the other
day by Judge Caldwell in favor of the in
surance compnnv. The matter involves
nonurnl Mnator Workman Powderlv
has issued a manifesto to tho Knights of
r.nliar tluir uill cMiisR a flutter iiinmiL' the
po'iticians of Pennsv van'a The subject
. i n- ,.r i"r 1...1.. t ....
oa'tot reiorin, aim iur. i uwuciii mvurn
rnnut!tiit!nnnl nn vi'n t i nil for inn riiir-
nntu n( irliiiiiimtiiii' the nrovision in tbe
firi'.'inie law of the Stato which reouires
all ballots to bo numbered.
Paymaster-General Looker has re
sign dtheofihe of Chief of the Bureau
of Provisions and Clothing on account of
ill health, and tho Secretary of tho Navv
bus accepted tbe resignation, to tnko ef
fect upon t 'O appointment and qualifica
tion of bis successor. He will be granted
leave of absolve, and in enso his health
does not improvo ho will bo placed on
tboio'ired lis-. Pay Inspector btewart,
now at New York, will undoubtedly bo
appointed Iiib successor as Paymaster
General. Senator Plumb has introduced a bill
providing the unit of tluo in tho United
States to bo a dollar. It may bo
coined 412.j grains stamlatd sdwr, or
J5 8 standard gild, each to be equa'ly lo
cal tender for all purposes. Any owner
of filver bullion may deposit it at anv
mint of the United States to bo formed
into standard silver dollars or bars for his
benefit and without charge, but it shall
he lawful vo refuse any depisit of less
value than $1,000 or any bullion so base
as to be unsuitable for tho operations of
tbo mint. In any doposit of silver in
which gold and silvor are combined no
allowance will be made for gold, unlets
tho two metals can he separated advan
tageously. ai.oni; Tin: COAST,
Tho immigration to Oreiron this year,
it is estimated, will reach 150,000.
Gaston Strauss, thq lawyer, and Wong
Kane, accused of perjury, wero held to
answer to tho Superior Court in $.'1,000
bonds each at San Francisco.
Tho revenue cutter Richard Rush is
.n.,n!u m,,. ...in i, .,..,. i.
llllllrjl illll I cmi, o. juu n ir a i u nuuitt
Juno 1 for tho north, to patrol Bullring
sea. Tho Ranger wilt go north with the
Now postoflices have been established
in Gdhlornia at Aguews, Santa Cla-a
county; Clarkson, Kern county; Gar
dena, I)s Angeles county, and Voltaj
Receiver Young of tho California
National bank reports that another div
idend of 10 jor cent, will bo declared
toon, which, with tho amounts already
paid, will make 05 per cont. paid to cred
itors. Tito San Francisco Board of Super
visors have.. passed a resolution declaring
that in all contracts for public work to
be hereafter made a clause shall bo in
serted to the ellect that eight hours shall
be a day's work, an 1 that violation of
that stipulation shall nullify the contract.
The Southern Pacific Company is
about to hudd extensive repairs on its
snoweheds in tbe mountains, which nr
made necessary by the damage dono by
heavy snow storm's of Ust w inter. The
sheds will be thoroughly braced and put
in first-class condition before tbe coming
The thirty-eighth annual
of tho Gr,in"d Ixdge of Odd
California met at San Frencisco last
week. Repoits show that the subordi-'
nato lodges in the State number ,'W0, and '
Rebckah lodges l.'ii). The total nieinl or-1
ship is 37,500. Fit anco reports for the i
p:ist year show disburFoni'Mits $420,000.
receipt $010,00.). Total assets of subor
Governor Waterman has issued an ad
dress to the heads of cities and counties
in California, calling upon them to ta
such action as will prominently brinr to
the attention of their cun-tituencies tbe
importance of California beiiu' prop' rlv : county is pirtiallv delinqui ut, and Chal
reprfsented at the World's Fair. He; lam, G.trucM, .ieflersou and Yakima
recommends that tho eop'o of various counties have furnished nothing regard
loealitbs be culled together to devise ! ing indebtedness.
means. of accomplishing tbe greatest good
to the Stato.
The wife of Ignacio Martinez, a poor
laboring Mexican who lives at Puente,
Los Angeles ountv, Vi., give birth to
male triolets, whoso total weight was
twenty-three pounds. The mot tier and
her three babies are all in good condition,
and tho father is happy. Tho couple
have nopii married twenty-two years, unit
Mrs. Martinez is only thirty-nino yeats;dovn the fees of their appointees Sen-
of ago. She has given birth to fourteen
ciiildren in all. Lour of them wero
ii:icso.Aii .ni;. rn.
William Gallway, tho pioneer among
railroad engineers who has just died,
traveled over 1,540,000 miles during his
Henry Warren, a man who sells news
pers on tho IVrby railroad between Now
Haven and Birmingham, is now in his
K'2d year, and is cutting a third set of
John D. Rockefeller, tho Standard Oil
king, was a newspaper reporter a quarter
of a century ago. Ho picks up millions
now as easily us ho picked up items for
merly. Georgo Bancroft, who was Secretary of
Navy for a year anil a half during the ad
ministration of President Polk, is tho
oldest ex-C.tbinot officer both in ago and
date of service now living.
Miss Louise Meyer, tho now Southern
writer, is only l.S years of ago. Her fa
ther is General Adolph Meyer, and Miss
Louise has had every advantage of
wealth and position. She is said to be
The project of building a monument
In Paris in honor of Vic'or Hugo, started
just after his death, is in statu quo, the
furd only having reached $20,00.1. I his
may be somo comfort to those who have
been pained at tho way in which New
York cease .1 in swelling her Grant mon
Henry James of Stratford-upon-Avon
has juut died at tho ago of 80. For up
ward of half a century Mr. Jones has
been a Stratford celebrity: his museum-
of curiosities has been visited by thou
sands of English and American travolers,
including prominent Shakespearean writ
ers and actors.
Mrs. Wnmimakor, it is stated, has in
troduced a new fad in Washington, and
has a class of young ladies meet at her
residence tw ice a week, whero a professor
of physical grace from abroad teaches
them iiow to walk, to go up ami down
stairs, to bow, to smile, to make eyes and
to dispose of ttie hands.
Count Hartenau, best known as Prince
Alexander of Battenberg and of Bulgaria,
who married tho pretty opera singer,
Mile. Loisinger, is in great favor at tho
Austrian court. His infant son was re
cently christened tinder tho name of
Louis Alexander, tiio Grand Duke of
Hesse standing as godfather.
Mrs. Cleveland is frequently scon at u
fashionable l)oartIing school in Now York,
where lectures are given on art, music,
tho drama, literature and history. Sho
brings her tablet, spreads it out in her
lap at:ro?s her knees, puts her pencil in
her mouth, ami takes notes just like tho
rest of tho seminary girls whom she cop
ies, ami whoso gracea thoy, too, appro
priate. Till! NATIONAL CAPITAL.
Representative Wilson has had a con
sultation with tho Postofiico Department,
and has had an arrangement made to es
tablish daily service in place of tri
weekly sorvico from Vancouver to La
Camus and Washougal, ami Vancouver
to Kahuna, taking in La Center, ami an
oxtneion from La Center, via L'tna, to
UaytH from two to three times u week.
Senator Hquiro is dfvo'ing moat of his
time to tho bills for surveys of the rivers
and harbors and securing larger appro
priations for surveys in tho Statu of
Washington. He savs bv f-r the most
important matter before Congress relat
ing to his State is securing-surveys of tho
public hind first and surveys tho har
bors and navigable streams, so that ap
propriations may bo mado for their im
provement. It is more than probable now that the
tariff bill will puss the House substiii
tlally as it came from the committee.
Kiich man who is aggrieved, ami who tie
sires to change somo provision, will oiler
an amendment, which will ho supported
by tho Democrats, but will bo voted down
by tho Republicans. By this method
o-tch man will get iu his kick and go on
record, and when the bill comes up us it
whole all wdl support and pass It. B tr
ring a few slight changes, the McKlnlm
Uritrbill will go to thu Semite hilts pres
Tho Cotnraittco on Indian Depredation
C'aims, of which Senator Moody of South
Bakota is Chairman, and who "was criti
cised by Senitor Mitchell of On-gon the
other day, had a meeting and endeavored
to reach some ngrt'ement upon a bill
which would adjudicate all the claims
now pending. Tt o committee has more
than a hundred bdls before it, many of
vhicht were introduced by the Oregon
and Washington Senators and by other
Senators from tho Western States. Sev
eral members want tbo bills reported at
, once or pome movement ninile lor a gou
ennvention eral bill. Senator A Ion of Washington
Ft Hows of says a general bill wid soon be reported
Oregon is the second Stato in the Union
in point of completeness of census st t
tistii s. The only delinqu' ncies in tho
State are Multnomah ami Klunath coun
ties in furnishing tholxmd' d and lloatm
, debt and amount p lid for interest The
I cities of Orvgm, AUian , Corvalhs, Ku
gine, Pendleton, Salem and The Dalles
j are delinquent in tho same, a'ul the cities
, of Kum. Portland, Fugene, Jacksonville
, and A'b.uiy are d 1 nqtient in furnishing
receipts and oxpendi ures for tbo past
two yiars. in Washington whitman
One fee bill which Representative Wil
son introduced and p.iss"d iu the House
is now before tho .enato Committee on
Public Lands This bill reduced tho fees
of bind offices in Washington State, but
alt-cts no other otlices. I he bill has been
referred to a siib-commitlee. Senators
from S ates where tho fees are as high as
in Washington do not take kindly to this
phi, saying mat inev do not want to cut
ator Alb-n, who is a member of the Com
nuttce on Pub it: Lands, can no doubt
secure the passage of tho bill if he
Tho tariff bill prevents tho considera
tion of this Yellowstone park bill, which
carries with it among other provisions a
right of way grant t tbe Montana min
eral road to Cooko City. Tho fight being
made on the bill comes from othor cor
porations, who wish to build to Cooko
City. The Northern Pacific is among tho
number. However, as it. is impossib'e
for that company to build this year, tho
Montana mineral road men havo tho best
of tbe fight, and will no doubt carry their
bill through in spite of all tho rival com
pany can muster.
Lyman Dvsight, nianser of the Great
Northvvst 'rn telegraph in this country,
who has just returned to Winnipeg from
tho Pacific Coast, will recommend that
bin company build a line from Hlaino.
Wash., to Now Westminster, B. O , and
Vancouver, and thence lay a cable to
Niitmitno and Victoria. This will give
tbo Western Union and Great Northwest
ern facilities to compote tor business on
tbo British cjast with the Canadian Pa
cific railway system. The Western Union
will extend Us sytem to Blaine. Dwight's
recommendation will bo adopted.
tiii: oiji woitiii.
The French government has recognized
Hyp'lite us President of tho Haytian
It is announced that Robert Shaw A
Sous of Bradford, England, are greatly
otnbarrased. Liabilities, $500,000.
It is reported ut Sofia that there is a
plot on foot to attempt to rescue Major
Panitza, who is now in prison for con
spiring against Prince Fenliuand.
Kmin Pasha has doinanded of tho
Egyptian goverment euven years' arrears
of his salary as Governor of thu Equator
ial province and an annual pension for
There wero so many accidents at tho
last regimental polo tournament iu India
that Sir Fred -ric Roberts, tbo Commander-in-Chief,
is said to havo issued an
order prohibi'ing such tournaments.
Negotiations are now in progress at
j Ottawa for the establishment of a parcel
post between Cauad i and Japan, on thu
, lines of tbo pnsent panel post service
I between the Dominion and tho mother
Tho Condon bluo book shows that ne
gotiations between Simmons, represent
ing tho British government, and the Vat
ican, relative to the ecclesiastical matter
in Malta, wero brought to u successful
In the Houso of Commons Sir James
Ferguson, Under Secretary of Foreign
Affairs, denied that the government had
informed Germany or any other govern
ment that the sugar convention would
not bo observed in England.
A plaguo of locusts is devastating
Transcaucasia. A quarter of a million
acres of agricultural hud itTiflls and
Baku are ravagod. Tbieo hundred thou
sand men are occupied in the destruction
of tho locusts, and still they swarm over
Tho colebrated toroador, Frasciielo, tho
favorite hull-fighter of Spain, has taken
leave of tho ring after twenty-three
years' service. Ho is nearly 50 yoim of
age, ami his many wounds compelled
him to retiro. Tho whole route to tho
bull ring on the occasion of his farewell
perfonuancn was n h one of frantic ex
citement. Unheard of prices were paid
for fcata, and 1(1,000 persons of all ranks,
including Infanta Donna Isabellt, wero
prrsi nt. After killing soveral bulls Eras
cuelo left the ring umid cheers, acclama
tions and tears.
A dispatch to tho Imdon Times from
Vienna siys that tbo removal of Prince
Bismarck has decided thu Czar to re verso
his jKjbcy i f an allian o with Franco ami
to lovcrt to tho jtolicy of forming an
alliance with Germany. The Czar, it is
ii'St-Hed, has always distrusted tho stabil
ity of tho French republic, hut it Vas
impossible lor nun 10 agreo with uer
many while Bisiiiank was In office. It
is thought pr ib ildo that tho meeting of
the Czar and Kaiser ut Krasnoe Sulo will
remit in a compact which will altogether
change thu grouping of thu European
Complaints are heard from tho rctalt
stores of certain slackness In sales, which
Is attributed to tbo strike now on, but
among wholesale housot it Is generally
ndmltt' d that the volumo of trado is vory
satisfactory and the outlook very promis
ing. AOItlOULTUllAL IMl'LKMKNTS,
Hrnklf lUn.i. orfiucc
Broadcast Seeders" !!!!!!!!.!!.'!!! 0 '(a 110
Binding Tw ino 10 per ct dls 18c
Binding; Wire " V2ic
Orain Drills 110160
Oang Plow ....110115
Osborne's Mowers . . . .HO fc ct dis 7S
" Reapers . " 120
Combined Mowers, and
Reapers . 20 f ct dls lfiO
Droppers " 130
" Sto-l-framo selMilmllttg
Harvosters, 20 if ct dis 180
K-tlroad Barrows, iron whiels,
f dozen 18(955
Railroad Marrows, wood wheels,
f dozen !!0
Road Plow 30mat3
Nillil Steel Sorapoi-N. . : Vl(a, I
Steel Disk Harrows Wo 03
Spring Wagons 12T(tf170
Sulky Plows 7rnlXi
Walking ' lows OfosfS
Wagons, all makes 110100
Burlap. 40 In 7
liiirlapn, 45 in 7
Bui laps 00 In i
(lUmileH, 840 lrt
I'otato Mags, not cash SCofll
'ool. I H', " .18
Wool, !U II., " 30
heat Sacks, spot, net cash
Wheat Sacks, extra, second-hand....
Guatemala, tUb 22 (3'i
Java, lb , 6 (ajj7
Mocha, Ihlti fa. Ml
No. 1 t'ostn Rica, fcIb 22 St
Rio, fcMb 22 (a
Salvador, $ lb 21J(522i
Boasted, in bans
Vrbuckle's V riosa, li' fr. 2u,'ffi27
CloHHct & D.'s Columbia 1 lb pra. .20 (926
t'ostn Hlca 25 &)2tt
Boasted .lava 0 fr32
Roasted Mocha 35 37
Oregon fancy creamery-
Eastern fancy creatnory
California frunb roll
Oregon skims and old
Swiss Cheese, domestic
Young America, Or
Oregon, V doz
Eastern, 6' doz
Bran, V ton 17 0018 00
Hay, - ton, baled 18 00f20 50
Ground Barley, fc' ton 3 i 00
Mill Chop, tjUon 22 00iS5 (O
Oil Cako Meal, fc ton 27 50tl 00
Shorts, $ ton 10 0020 00
Apples 1 fiCffa 00
Bananas, V bunch 2 AYa4 '0
LomoiiH, California, tf box 3 754 00
Lemons, Sicily, If box, new 5 600 00
Limes, i cwt 1 50
Oranges, Riversides 4 00
Oranges Seed loss 4 6034 7.S
Oranges, Navels 5 25
SirawborJles, lb 23k
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Rough PerM, flO 00
Edited 12 00
T. & Q. shoatfclng 13 00
no. z nooring in uo
No. 2 colling 18 09
No. 2 rustic 18 0t
Clear rough 20 00
Clear P. 4S 22 50
No. 1 llooring 22 50
No. 1 celling 22 60
No. 1 rustic 22 50
Stepping 25 00
Chickens, largo young, p dox. 4 Z"
Chickens, broilers 4 60
' hickens, old 4 Hi
Hacks, doz 7 00(3 H 50
Geese, young, f dox 8 00 ol 0 00
Turkeys, young, If lb 20
urouse ami I'lieasantH ii uo
rVlrirxn - irinrv
200 11) bags, tfton
100-tt. bas. Urn
Ground Rock, 50-lb bags, V ton. . . .
11 (14 12
5 ta 6
15 (a 17
10 (f 11
English Rye Gross
Italian Rye Gross
Australian Bvo Gross
Mixed Lawn Gross
Rape, California ,
5 63 CV
Asparagus, if lb...
Cabtwiuo. If lb
Caulillower, It) dox 1
Uarrots, v sk ,
Carrot, young, t? dox
Celery, V doz
Lettuce, t' doz ,
Onions, V 100 lbs
Potatoes, P 100 lbs
Potatoes, sweets, f lb
KudlHhos, v doz.,,.
Turnips, per sk
According to shrinkage 108 It
Umpqua, Umlw and foil.., 10&U