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THE OREGON SCOUT
la independent in all thing, neu
trnl in nothing? devoted to every
cause it believes to be right &
journal for the people.
THE OREGON SCOUT
Hns as large n circuit t Hon ns any
two papers in this eection of the
State combined, and is corre
spondingly valuable as an adver
Here Will tho Press tho People's Rights Maintain.
UNION, UNION COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1S90.
The Oregon Scout
An Independent we.Mjr journal, lsue vwery Thur.day
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Publishers and Proprietors.
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lf Correspondence from all pirts of the country
Address a'l communications to the OnmtON Scout,
Prihidknt llenjamin Harrison of Indiana.
Seukktakv or Htatk James U, Ilia ne of Maine.
Hkcrktakv or this Tkkaiuky William Windom
Hkckktauy or War-RedSeM Proctor of Vermont.
Secretary ok the Nav Uenjiinln F. Tracy of
Secretary of the Interior-John W. Noble of
l'oriTMAHTF.H-OKNKRAL John YVanainaker of Penn
sylvania. Attorn m-Okn era I. W. II. II, Miller of Indiana.
Secretary ok Aiikicultukk Jervmlali Husk of
STATU OF OREGON,
Secretary of Slate,
(J. II. Mitchell.
1 J. N. DoLi-ii.
Umikui W. McIIuiiik.
(!. W. Weiir.
Huperlatendeut of Public Instruction, K. II. McHlroy.
tte ifrinter, - rnhK u. uakh.
fit. H. t-THAHAN.
-W. I', Loll II.
tw. W. Thayer.
SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
I M. I). Clikkord
h A. Fee.
J. L. Rand.
COUNTY" OF UNION.
Surveyor, - :
)J. W. Norval.
(J. II. Raley.
J J. L. Rok.
O. P. Dooiiali..
A. N. Hamilton.
A. T. Neill.
E. C. Hrainakii.
J. W. KlMllRKLL.
J. I). (1U1L1I.
I (1. W. IlENNEHOr't'.
I John McDonald.
CITY OF UNION.
J W. Kennedy.
J. E. Tuttle.
It. F. Wilson. J. II. CoiuiIN.
J. 8. Klliott. A. K. Jonkm.
K. UEMILLAIID. 8. A. PlIRHEL.
UNION LODOE, No 39, I. O. O. F., MEETS EVERY
Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock
WM. HALEY, N. O.
C, S Miller, Secretary.
GRANDE I10NDE ENCAMPMENT, No. 11, I. O, O.
V., in-eU on the ttrat and third TiiFwlya in eacli
month. 0. S. Ml I.I.Kit. U P.
J. It. Thompson, Scribe,
GRANDE HONDE VALLEY LODC.E, No. 56, A F. &.
A M., meets on the second and fourth Saturdays
every month. E. W. DAVIb, W. M.
It. H. Hrow.v, Secretary.
GRANDE RONDE VALLEY CHAPTER, No. SO., It.
A.M., meets first a d third Tuesdius each month.
W. T WKKJHT, M. E. 11. P
Turner Oliver. Secretary.
ULUE MOUNTAIN I.CDOE No. 23 K. OF P
meets every Wednesday eienint UAL 0
Turner Oliver, K. of R, & S.
PRESTON POST, No. 18, O. A. H., MEETS EVERY
third Saturday lu each month as tho Odd hello
hall. JOSHUA IIRADFOHD, P. U.
CiKimui: Hkininoer, Adjutant.
The Methodist Kid copal Church holds services at 11
A. M. ani 7 P. M. of eacu Sunday.
Hev. 8. M. DRIVER, Pastor.
Services are held at the Presbyterian Church at 11 A,
M. and 7 P. M. of each Sunday. ,,,. .
Hev. K. II. PARKER, Pastor.
The Union Uterary and Musical Scciety meets every
Friday tveiiiog at the M. K. Church,
JOHN R. CRITES,
.ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Otlloo two doors south of PostorUce.
"Collecting and probate practice specialties.
J. W. 8HELTON. J. M. CARROLL.
SHELT0N & CARROLL,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
. Office two doors south of Postoltion,
Hpecil attention given to all business entrusted to us.
R. EAK1N. J. A. EAKIN, Notary Public.
R. EAKIN & BR0.,
.ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
-rompt attention paid to collections.
WILSON & HACKETT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
rvii-Hnns and all other business entrusted to ui will
2XX' tt.Und of Union count, In
Mlari of lb. UNION REAL K8TATE AflSOCIA
I. N. CROMWELL, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office one door south of J II. Eaton's store.
T. McNAUGHTON, M. D
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
All oil's promptly attended to day or night.
A. L. DANFORTH, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURCEON,
North I'owiler, OrPKim.
DISEASES OF WOMEN A SPECIALTY".
Calls attended to at all hours.
C. H. DAY, M. D
Horn ceo pat hie 'Physician and Surgeon.
All Culls Promptly Attended to.
Ofrice adjoining Jones Bros." s'orc. Can be found
nights at residence in Southwest Union.
Architect and Builder,
Drafts, plans and designs for dwellings and bridges
furnished on application,
DR. A. M. MUSSER,
Graduate of Pennsylvania Dental College, is at the
And U prepared ta do all kinds ot dental work pain,
DR. E. N. NORTH,
Olllcw It Strtf Union, Or.
Teeth extracted without mt hy the successful new
GEORGE BAIRD, Proprietor.
Shaving, Hair-Gutting and Shampooing in
the Lasest Style of the Art.
Rhop two doors south of the Centennial hotel. Give
me u call.
City Meat Market
Main Street, Union, Oregon.
BENSON BROS., Proprietors,
KKF.P CXINHTAMLV OS UANK
Beef, Pork, Yeal, Mutton, Sausage, Hams,
Ed Remillard, Proprietor.
If you want a ri freshing drink or a good cigar, drop In.
Illlhardand pool tables for the accommodation ot
William Wilson, Proprietor.
The Finest of Wines, Liquors and
Cigars Always in Stock.
Flrst-cla-s billiard table. Drop In and be sociable.
For Information About the South
-ADDRESS WITH STAMP -
The Official Immigration Department
FIFTEEN SOUTHERN STATES.
CAUL KOMXSO.V. Beer
THE PACIFIC COAST.
Novelty Iron Works Will Resume
With Union Moltlers.
Tke Fraser River Salmon Catch Reported
to be a Complete Failure
Tons of fruit are rotting on the ground
at Otay, San Diego, Cut.
Los Angeles county, Cat., shown 2.'i,007
white school children, 14,478 of whom
General Miles has lecn generously
welcomed hy the citizens of Albuqucr
que, N. M.
The amount of defalcation of Austin,
the vouthful Treasurer of Marin county,
Cal." will reach $(5,000.
Washoe is the only county in Nevada
that shows an increase in" population
over the census of the figures ten years
Lung Chung has leen arrested and
charged with hrilery. He tried to huy
the way of 200 Chinamen over the line
Dr. llerrick, quarantine oflicer on the
Mexican Ixmler, rejxirts nianv cases of
smallpox all through the vafley of the
Itio Urande in New Mexico.
An unknown harkentine, believed to
lx) the Klikitat from San Francisco, is
ashore fourmiles south of Cape Flattery
on the rocks in a dangerous position.
A reward of $2,000 will be paid by the
Provincial Government for the arrest of
the stage robler who plundered the Car
ilx)0 (15. C.) stage a few days ago. The
amount taken was $4,100.
The Mayor and Chamber of Commerce
at Portland are ordered to go ahead with
their census recount. Tho new names
will le carefully compared with the re
turns in the hands of the government.
General Miles has gone to Nogalos to
arrange with the Mexican authorities the
details of any agreement which may lie
made with Mexico concerning the cross
ing of the lino while in pursuit of rene
The Victoria Colonist says the Cana
dian Pacific Hailroad Company olfered
to keep its steamships on the China line
away from San Francisco if the Pacific
Mail Company would agree to pay it
$144,000 a year lxmus. This lileral oiler
A will made twenty-four years ago by
A. J. Davis, a decea'sed Butte (Mont.)
millionaire, has lioen filed, which makes
his brother, John Davis of Butte, his
sole heir. Annuities are given to two
illegitimate children. The estate is val
ued at $0,000,000.
The Nevada City Herald says: Fruit
men believe that coyotes are their best
friends, because they are death on rab
bits. Our lioard 6f Supervisors has
thought it advisable to withdraw the $5
Ixiunty for coyote scalps. Placer county
has done the "same thing.
The Union Pacific road has aroused
in ucli hostility at Garfield, Wash., by an
attempt to supplant white. labor by Chi-,
nese. One gang of the Mongolians was
driven oil", and the white super
intendent resigned in preference to con
trolling a gang of the heathens.
News comes from the Frasor river
that the salmon catch so far is a com
plete failure and does not average inoro
than ten iish to each lxat. Although
nearlv all the canneries are now in run-
nintr order, most of the Ixiats have been
taken oil' to await the long-expected run,
as the present catch will not pay for the
wear and tear of the nets, to say nothing
of the wages of the iishermen.
Some anxiety is felt for the British
ship llospodar," now out 884 days from
I,ondon lor San l'rancisco. On Decem
ber 27 she put into Itio de Janeiro, with
iiei rigging damaged. On March 12 last
she again proceeded on her voyage, and
is now 131 days out from the port she
touched at. An average passage from
Itio de Janeiro is considered to be nlxjut
106 days. The llospodar should have
already been in port, barring accidents.
Arrangements have lx'en completed
for the reopening of tho Novelty Iron
Works at San Francisco. The works
have Ixjcii entirely closed down since the
first week of tho strike, the foundry be
ing ono of thoso belonging to the engi
neers' and Iron Founders' Association.
A few days since an agreement was en
tered into with the iron inolders' union
which provides that tho works shall Iks
run in accordance with the rules and
regulations of the iron inolders' union.
At San Francisco I nspector of Customs
Ausinder seized 100 tins of opium the
other morning, which were brought into
port on the steamer China. Ausinder
was making the rounds of the ship in a
small Ixiat, when his attention was at
tracted hy a package which had Ix-en
shoved through one of the coal norts. A
second package was also dropped quietly
into the water. Tho Inspector found
four lxixes in all, each containing twenty-five
live-tael tins. Tho smugglers
were not apprehended.
A few days ago a rumor was rampant
in San Francisco that the barkcntlni'
Marion was secretly receiving a cargo of
arms and ammunition to ls dispatched
to the warring HopublicH hi Central
America. Tho rumor wuh generally cred
ited, as it was known tluit several
schooner masters had ltccii approached
with tho same oirer. It transpires, how
ever, that the rumor is merely it canard.
As a matter of fact the Marion lately re
ceived a cargo of dynamite, which Is
destined for tho llotxluniH mines. I no
Marion Balled for Ilunduraa July 28.
It is Decided South Dakota Can
Have Piohibitory Laws.
The Atlanta Constitution Urges the South
to Boycott Northern Goods if the
Lodge Hill is Passed.
Mrs. Frank Leslie says the Marquis de
Leuville is an idiot.
The price, of leer in Chicago has
dropped front $0 to $:i.r0 per barrel.
Canada i(LestitniUod to have a popula
tion of 5;tk)6.lHK), which is an increase of
nearly 700,000 in ten years.
The announced reduction in grain
rates from the Missouri and Mississippi
rivers to Chicago is likely to end in a
big legal battle.
The defaulting ex-State Treasurer of
Maryland, Stevenson Archer, has leen
sentenced upon confession of his guilt to
live years in the penitentiary.
Work is alwut to legin on the new
Home for Ship Builders on the Harlem
river, for which W. 11. Webb of Ford
ham Heights gave alxmt $1,000,000.
The sewerage experts have reported to
Congress five projects for sewerage sys
tem for Washington, and lay great stress
upon the necessity for a new system.
The Canadian Pacific, having won in
the courts tho right to enter Chicago
over the Western Indiana tracks, will
run solid trains hereafter between Bos
ton and Chicago.
John Bauss has brought suit against
Father Aloysius Stellens, rector of St.
Joseph's Catholic church at Woodhaven,
L. 1., for $.r),000 for alienating the allec
tion of his wife.
The Atlanta Constitution in a long
editorial urges the organization of home
league clubs to boycott Northern goods
in the event of the passage of the Fed
eral election bill.
Two large funds, which would have
leen left to Harvard by lequest, have
been canceled )x.'cause the faculty failed
to punish the students who painted the
founder's statue red.
Law and order people in Indiana coun
ties infested by white caps are preparing
to organize for the purjs)se of hunting
down the miscreants and giving them
some of their own medicine.
Senor Serrano, a fruit-grower of So
nora, Mexico, hopes to establish a house
in Chicago, and says the exhibit of So
nora oranges at the World's Fair will be
a revelation to the United States. 1
The importations of mackerel at Bos
ton up to.Julyllwcrc away ahead of
last year and 1888. They amounted to
10,042 barrels, as against 5,024 barrels
last year and (l,(i(15 the year previous. .
Fight-nine licenses have been issued
by the Canadians so far this season un
der the modus vivendi to United States
fishing vessels. During the whole of last
season the number was seventy-eight. I
The Mayor and City Council of Be- j
incut, III., "are indulging in a legal war, ,
which has arrayed the license and anti-1
license poonle against each other. The
Mayor is a license man, the Council anti. i
Kepresentativo Henderson of Iowa I
from the Committee on Appropriations i
has reported to the House tho goneral
deficiency appropriation bill. This is
the last of the regular appropriation
Tho total gross exchanges for the last
week, as shown by dispatches from tho
leading clearing-houses in the United
States and Canada, is $1,1 15,1180,57:!, an
increase of 2.20 per cent, as compared
with tho corresponding week of last year.
Simon and Julius Kroganker of Brom
berg, Germany, who ran away from Ger
many a few months ago after securing
nearly .".00,000 marks by forgery, wore
wrested on the arrival of the steamer
Augusta Victoria at New York.
A special from Warsaw, N. Y., says an
English syndicate has announced its
readiness to purchase the Washington
Bar gold mine of Madison county, Mont.
Charles B. Benedict of St. Paul is on his
way to Europe for the mining company.
Subtracting from the public debt tho
cash in the treasury, tho amount of Pa
cific railroad Iwnds and interest thereon,
the sum of $02 1,00-1 ,000 remains as the
indebtedness of the United States at the
leginning of this month. The corre
sponding total for 1880 was about $1,-
The Sicilians who lay in wait anil fired
into a party of workmen returning from
their work in a wagon some months ago
at New Orleans have been found guilty,
and will Iks sent to the penitentiary.
This is tho first conviction and a heavy
blow to the Sicilian vendettas which
have so long been in existence in New
Judge Haney at Chamberlain, S. D.,
has just decide'd that tho enabling act
passed hy Congress gave South Dakota
the right to enact prohibitory laws, and
as this right was guaranteed subsequent
to the passage of tho interstate com
merce law. tho decision of the Supremo
Court of tho United States with respect
to original packages does not apply to
In California, during tho past fiscal
year. 1 15 iwHtofilccH were established and
411 discontinued, making a net increase
of72olllceH. In Oregon BU.ofliceM were
established and 211 discontinued, making
a nut increase of GO. In Washington lii2
oflices were established, and only 7 dis
continued, making a nut gain of 125.
Hungarian Crops Reported Itetter
Than for a Decade.
Dredging Operations In Spain Bring to
Light the Wreck of a War Ship
of 1'iftecnth Century.
It is resided that Osman Digna has
lost 400 men by famine and sickness.
There are 1,000 lepers in Bombay,
most of them destitute.
The Italian Government has prohibit
ed the importation of cattle from Switz
erland. Cholera has spread from Mesopotamia
to Lake Van. Nomads are spreading the
The Mersey Dock Board will expend
500,000 in deepening and improving tho
The people of Munich consume the
enormous quantity of 485 quarts of beer
per head per an mini.
Scientific farming in Italy is to be un
taken this vear by a company with a
capital of $20,000,000.
The British Government is doing its
lyest to have Kuglish recognized as the
official language at all the courts in
A reduction of postal rates in Japan
was expected to cause a deficit in tho
revenues, but instead they showed an
John Burns, the leader of the dock
men in I.ondon, says that the men are
more sober since they have shorter hours
and more pay than before.
The annual report of the Trustees of
the British Museum shows that the
evening opening has not been sufficiently
appreciated to warrant its continuance.
Princess Mario Leonide Bonaparte, a
daughter of Prince Charles, has just
married a Lieutenant of tho infantry and
brought him a dowry of three millions.
It is reported in London that Belgium's
acquiring the Congo State is a prelude
to the sale of the State to Germany,
King Leopold leing unable to sell it di
rect without the consent of France.
A movement is on foot in England for
an exhibit of all the new apparatuses
which have been devised for tho benefit
and relief of invalids. It is to be under
the charge of the English association of
Work at tho Ixindon and St. Cather
ine's dock is at a standstill, the union
having ordered all dock lalnirers to strike
in consequence of the dock directors' re
fusal to allow the cards of the dockmen's
union to be examined inside the docks.
The police of St. Petersburg has sent
notice to all the saloonkeepers in the
neighlxji'hood of factories that they will
be heavily fined if thev continue selling
spirituous drinks to lafxirers on trust or
beguile the laborers to drink in any
The British steamer Manhattan, from
New York to Hull, which has on board
the crew and the cattlemen from tho
steamer Egypt, which was lwforo re
ported as abandoned on fire at sea, has
passed St. Catherine's Point. She sig
naled that she would land tho people
from the Egypt at Dover.
Dredging operations in progress at
Santander, Spain, have resulted in tho
discovery of the well-preserved wreck of
a war sh'ip of tho fifteenth or sixteenth
century. Divers have brought up guns
which bear tho united arms of Castile
and Aragon, tho scroll of Isabella, or thu
crown and initial of Ferdinand.
Crops throughout Franco, except in
the section east of the Rhone, have been
destroyed bv incessant rains. Tho ofli
cial reports from the great wheat district
of La Blanche state that the crop is rot
ting. Losses are estimated at 500,000,000
francs. Dealers in grain discount tho
scarcity, anil tho price of bread is rising.
Koports communicated to tho Hunga
rian Government describo the harvest
prospects in Hungary as lxjlng lxstter
than any duriiit; the last decade. Both
as to quantity and quality tho crops of
wheat, barley and ryo are said to bo most
promising. This year for tho first time
a considerable quantity of Bulgarian
wheat will be shipped on British vessels
Tho registration of tho Bengal Pro
vincial Hallway Company marks tho be
ginning of a new era in India's indus
trial progress. Hitherto all Indian rail
way projects have owed their inception
to Europeans. Now, for the first time,
a company formed and directed entirely
by natives has undertaken railway con
struction. The company's field of opera
tions is confined to Ixwor Bengal.
Austria and Bulgaria have agreed not
to make public anything concerning the
negotiations letwccn the two countries
for a direct commercial treaty. Tho
proKjsitiou to divulge the character of
the negotiations displeased Austria, Tho
Austrian journals, commenting on the
proxsed treaty, recall the fact that tho
conclusion of the Austro-Koumaulan di
rect treaty was a foreruiiner of the hide
Military circles in London are greatly
disturbed over tho suicide of two guards
men, a private and a corporal, Ixjth of
whom left letters declaring that they
were subjected to such abuse by their
officers that it was impossible to endure
their miserable lot any longer. Tho af
fair will bo investigated, and thu inquiry
will lx) an important one. in view oi thu
apparent eorrolwratioii afforded by these
suicides of tho complaints of ill treat
ment, which led to thu inuntlny of thu
Whkat The local market, although
firm with a fair demand, shows little ac
tivity, owing to small offerings. Vallev
is quotable from $ 1. 22 C't 1.2:5 h, ; Wallii
Walla nominal, $1.20.
Fi.ottK Quote: Standard, $3.75; out
side brands, $:i.50 per barrel.
Oats The market is firm. Quote: 52
(S54c per bushel.
Mili-sti'kks The market is firm.
Quote: Bran, $15(H7; Shorts. $17( 10;
Ground Barley, $1(2.50 ; Chop Feed, $25;
Middlings. $22.50(i25 per ton.
Hay The market is steady. Quote:
$lt)((T20 per ton.
Vkoktaiii.ks The market is firm. Or
egon Cabbage has advanced. California
Onions and Oregon String Beans have
fallen. There are Oregon Onions in the
market. Quote: California Cabbage,
$1.50; Oregon, $2(S2.25 percental; Cal
ifornia Cauliflower, $1.25 per dozen; Or
egon Green Peas, He per pound; Young
Onions and lettuce, 15c per dozen
bunches ; new California Onions, 2e per
pound; Oregon, 2c per pound; Oregon.
String Beans, :5c per ixjund ; California
CucumlMjrs, 1520c; Oregon, 25e per
dozen; Oregon Carrots, 1015c per
bunch ; Oregon Asparagus, 10c per pound ;
Oregon Beets, 10(15c per dozen ; Oregon
Turnips, $1,50 per sack ; California Corn,
$2 per Ixix; Oregon, 25c per dozen; Cal
ifornia Tomatoes, 00o$l per lx; Cali
fornia Potatoes, $l1.25; Oregon, $1
1.25 per cental.
FituiTs Fancy Sicily Lemons have
advanced; California Grapes have ad
vanced ; Oregon Blackberries have fallen ;
Oregon Cherries and Raspberries are
alxuit out of the market; California wa
termelons have fallen. Quote : Califor
nia Lemons, $4.50 1 fancy Sicily, $67.50'
per box; California Plums, $1.25; Ore
gon Peach Plums, 75c per box ; Califor
nia Apricots, $1.25 per lxx; California.
Pears, $1.252; Bartlotts, $2.502.75
per lx)x; Pineapples, $:i.50(S4 per dozen;
Bananas, single bunches, $15.75; double,.
$li; California Apples, $1.752; Oregon,
75c(i$1.25 per Imjx; California Peaches,
$1.25 1.50; Oregon, 75c$1.25 per box;
Oregon Currants, 5c per pound ; Oregon
Blacklxrrics, 57c per pound ; Califor
nia Watermelons, $2.504.50; Canta
loupes, $2.50.'5 per dozen; California
Grapes, 75c$l per box, $1.75 per crate;
California Cralwipples, 75c per box.
BuTTKit The market is firm. Quote:
Oregon fancy dairy, 22c ; fancy creamery,
"hv, gtxwl to fair, 2022;c; common,
15l7"f.c; choice California, 22c per
ICoos Tho market is linn. Quoto:
2();c per dozen for Oregon.
Ciikksk Quote: Oregon, ll12c;
California, 0 10c; Young America, 13
14c per pound.
Nuts Quote: Walnuts, l!?c Peanuts,
green, 11c; Almonds, 17c; Fillxirts, 11$
14c; Itrazils, lit I4e per pound; Cocoa
nuts, $1 per dozen.
Poiiltuv Tho market is firm. Old
Chickens have fallen in price. Quote:
Old Chickens, $55.50; large Spring,
4; small Spring, $22.50; old Ducks,
$4.505; young, $5(1; old Geese, $5;
young, $8!) per dozen ; Turkeys, 18
20c per pound.
Tli MiirchuiiillHii Murkiit.
The different markets continue firm,
with no change in prices.
Suo.Mts Tho market is firm. Quoto:
Golden C, 5c; extra 0, 5tc; dry granu
lated, 0,!(jo; cube crushed and powdered,
03.iC per pound.
Bua.vs Tho market is steady. Quoto:
Small Whites, $15; Pink, $4; Bayos,
$4.50; Butter, $!l; Limas, $5.50 per cental.
Pick lks -Quote : 85c Us ; 00c 5s.
Salt Quote: Liverpool, $17.50,
$18.50, $10.50; stock, $ll12 per ton in
Coal Oil Quoto : $2 :20 per case.
Dmi'.i) Faun's Tho market is sternly.
Quote: Pluuuner dried Pears, 10lle;
undried and factory Plums, 5Jj(k5:
Peaches, sun-dried, lOJ.e; evaporated
Peaches. l(l,l617o; Smyrna Figs, 14
10c ; California Figs, 0c per ikjuikI.
Cannkp Goods Market is firm. Quotu:
Table fruits, $1.00, SJhjH; Peaches, $2.25;
Bartlett Pears, $1.00; Plums, $1.05;
Strawberries, $2.25; Chorries, $2; Black-lx-rries,
$1.85 1.05; Kasplierries, $2.25
2.50. Pie fruit: Assorted, $8.50 per
dozen; Peaches, $1.251.:50; Plums,
$1.25; Blackberries, $1.05; Tomatoes,
$1.15:5.50; Sugar Peas, $1.40l.GO;
String Beans, $1.
Kick Quote: (PJe per pound.
Hiphs Tho market is weak. Quota
tions: Dry Hides, selected prime, 8
Oc, yc less for culls; green, selected,
over 55 pounds, 4c; under 55 pounds, Ik:;
Sheep Felts, short wool, !!050c; me
dium, 00 80c; long, (K)c$1.25: shear
lings, 1020c; lallow, goou to choice, s
Wool, Tho market is dull. Quota
tions: Eastern Oregon, 1010c; Valley,
l(l18c per pound.
The Mimt Murket,
Thu meat market is firm. Quote :
Beef Live. 33je; dressed, 7e.
Mutton Llvo, !i3!c: dressed, 7c.
Hogs Live, 65!c; dressed, 7e,
Veal fi8c per pound.
Spring Lambs $2 each.
SMOKKI) MHATS AND LAUD.
The market is firm. Quotations: East
ern Hams, 12Hji:t)uc; Breakfast Ba
con, 12).ii:5c; Sides, 0J0e; Lard,
010i.o per pound.
News has just Ihjoii received confirm
ing roixirts of the success of the Suva--dorian
forces beyond the frontier in Gua
temalan territory. Tho Salvador army
has now gained six buttles and captured
a quantity of arms and ammunition
Many have lxion killed and wounded on
lxith sides. The Salvadoriau forces are
pushing their way into the interior of
Guatemala and meeting witli success at
every step. Great enthusiasm provallf.
Thu Intention is to overthrow tho eot
eriiinent of President Parillo before;
coming to any agreement with Guate
mala. Sun Salvador Is determined to
free herself from tho yoke of Guatemala,
and assure her own liberty and Independence,