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THE OREGON SCOUT.
Is independent in all things, neu
tral in nothing; devoted to every
cause it believes to be right a
journal for the people.
THE OREGON SCOUT
Has as largo ac'trctilntiion as any
two papers in this section of tho
State combinsd, and is corre
spondingly valuable as an adver
Hero Will tho Press tho Pooplo's Rights Maintain.
UNION, UNION COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTORKR fl, 1S90.
The Oregon Scout
An InleieiHleut weeUjr journal, Issued ererjr Tbur.day
JONES & CIIAXCEY,
Publishers and Proprietors.
A. K. Jones, Editor.
11. Chancev, Foreman.
Hates of Sulci-lltlon.
One copy one year, ...
One c ijr sx ruutiolis, ...
One copy three mouths,
Invariably Cah in A (lvalue.
by ehanve tub'criptiom are not paid till end
of year, tiro dollars in (I be charged.
lutes of advertising made known on application.
XdT Correspondence from ull pirts uf the country
Address a'l coiumunllatloas to the Oiieuon ScoL'T,
President Ilenjamln Harrison of Indiana.
Secretary or State James O, Ilia ne of Maine.
Secretary or tiik TkkaiUUV William Windom
Secretary or War UedfieH Proctor of Vermont.
Secretary of the N'avv Llenjimlu F. Tracy of
Secretary of the Interior- John W. Noble of
PorfTM A8TER-0 EN Kit AL John Wanamalcer of, l'enti
sylvanla. Attornev-Oeneral W. II. II. Miller of Indiana.
Secretary or AuiiicULTUnK-Jereinlah Husk of
STATK OK UKKOtlN.
Secretary of State,
f J. H. Mitchell.
I J. N. DoLrii.
Svlvemteh 1'knmm er.
Okorue W. McllniliE.
. W. W E 11 11.
Suuerlntendeut of Public Instruction. E. II. McElroy
btatj Pr.nter, - - - FrMvO. Bakkr,
f K. K MUAI1AN.
-! W. P. LKI.
IW. W. Thayer
SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
( M. D. CurroRD
O. F. Hyde.
COUNTY OF UNION.
J. H. ItALEY.
i J. A. Wrimiit.
I. N. Sanders.
J. S. Elliott.
E. O. IlRAINARD.
H. 8. Stranoe.
J. L. Curtis.
J. D. Guild.
I William Arnold.
I John McDonald.
Surveyor, - :
CITY OF UNION.
J. V Kennedy.
C. L. IlLAKtSLKE,
N. F. Ficklin.
11. F Wilson. J. II. Coriiin.
J. 8. Elliott. a. K. Jones.
E. KEMILLARD. 8. A. PURSEL.
UNION LODOE, No 39. 1. O. O. F., MEETS EVERY
Friday evening at 7:39 o'clock.
WM. HALEY, N. G.
C. S Miller, Secretary.
GRANDE RONDE NOAMl'MENT, No. II, I. O. O.
F., meets ou the first and third Tuesday! in each
month. O. 8. M1LLLK. C. P.
J. li. Thompson, Scribe.
ORANDE RONDE VALLEY LODGE. No. 56, A F. &
A. M., meets on the tecond an t fourth baturdays
every month. E. W. DAVIS, W. M.
K. II. Hrown, Secretary. '
ORANDE RONDE VALLEY CHAPTER, No. 20., 11.
A, M., meets first ai.rl third 'I Ucsdius each month.
V. T W.t.GHT. M. E. H. P.
Turner Oliver. Secretary.
ULUE MOUNTAIN LODOE No. 23 K. OF P
meets every Wednesday evening.
T. II. CRAWFORD, 0 0.
Turner Oliver, K. of R. & S.
PRESTON POST, No. 18, G. A. R MEETS EVERY
third Saturday lu each month as tho Odd Fellow a
hall. JOSHUA BRADFORD, P, O.
The Methodist Episcopal Church holds services at 11
Jl. m. ani 7 p. M. of eacu Sunday.
Rev. A. THOMPSON, Acting Pastor.
Services are held at the Presbyterian Church at 11 A,
si. and 7 I". M. of each Sumlay.
Rev. , Pastor.
J. W. SIIELTON. J. M. CARROLL.
SHELTON & CARROLL,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OfUco two doors south of Postoftice,
Special attention given to all business entrusted to us.
R. EAK1N. J. A. EAKIN, Notary Public.
R. EAKIN & BRO.,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Prompt at'entlon pld to collection!.
11. F. WILSON,
A. J. HACKETT.
WILSON & HACKETT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Collections and all other business entrusted to ui will
tSiS' ""land of Union count, In
SuSaSin of the UNION REAL ESTATE ASSOCIA
TION. C. H. DAY, M. D.(
HomtBopathlc Physician and Surgeon.
All CiU rromptlr Attended to.
OBlo adlolnlr Jonei llroi.' s'ore. Can U found
nljhU at rrldenw In Southwest Union.
I. N. CROMWELL, M. D
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Offioe on door south of Summer! Layne'i store,
The Cove Drue: Store
JASPAR G. STEYENS, Proprietor,
Perfumery, Paints and Oils,
rroncrliitloiiR Cnrefully I'reimreil.
-AL80 DEALER IN-
Rifles, Shotguns, Pistols and
Imported and Domestic Cigars, Etc.
Ed Remillard, Proprietor.
If you want a refreshing drink or a good cigar, drop In.
Itllllardand pool tables for the accommodation of
William Wilson, Proprietor.
The Finest of Wines, Liquors and
Cigars Always in Stock.
First-class billiard table. Drop In and be sociable.
For Information About tie South
-ADDRESS WITH 8TAMI
The Official Immigration Department
FIFTEEN SOUTHERN STATES.
CARL R0I1IN80N, Secretary,
llalelgh, N. 0.
DR. E. IN. NORTH,
Has the finest ana.sthetIo for eitract'ng teeth without
pain knoHii to the profmsion. Will practice In all the
branches of modern ilentl.try. Sliver und gold vtork u
specialty. Fine sets of teeth always on hand. First-class
work and satisfaction guaranteed.
Otllce-Malii St., Union, Or.
GEORGE BAIRD, Proprietor.
Shaving, Hair-Gutting and Shampooing in
the Lasest Style of the Art.
Kliitn twn ilnora uniith of the Centennl&t hotel, (live
me a call.
City Meat Market
Main Street, Union, Oreeon.
BENSON BROS., Proprietors,
KEEP CONHTANTLV ON UAND
Beef, Fork, Yeal, Mutton, Sausage, Hams,
T. HcNAUGHTON, H. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
All lis promptly attended to day or night
Architect and Builder.
Drafts, plans and design (or dwellings and bridge
furnished on application.
THE PACIFIC COAST.
Sealing This Season Said to be
A Half-Urceil Indian Maiden Sues for
Her Rights, and is Sustained
by a Montana Jury.
Utah's population, is 206,49S, nn in
crease of 02,535 in ten years.
Extensive codfish banks hnvo recently
been located in Alaskan waters.
The Neptune mining claims at Bisboe,
A. T., have been sold to New York par
ties for $80,000.
Nevada Indians predict a mild, short
winter, and will not begin stealing wood
Yokohama has been declared an in
fected ort by the Pan Francisco Hoard
of Health on account of cholera.
The California Press Association,
which has been in sessioli at Sacramento,
has adjourned to meet at Napa next
' Representative De Haven of the First
California district has sent in his resig
nation to Governor Waterman, to take
effect November 3.
The new Montague (Or.) roller flour
ing mill commenced operations last week,
and undtjr the influence of an enterpris
ing and active competition Hour dropped
from $25 to $18 pen 1,000.
Agents of San Francisco winehouses
aie offering $1( per ton for Zinfandel
wine irnnes in Sonoma countv. but lind
no takers. Vineyardists are holding off
tor $20 per ton lor common varieties.
At the cowboy tournament at Albu
querque a Mexican named F. M. Rodri
ques of Sierra county, N. M., won the
big purse in 1 minute 54 seconds, which
is considered very good. At least $20,-
000 changed hands.
.TMin P.linrfnra n vnurm l!m.Hsliinnn
said to Ihj the younger son of a titled
tamily, unci ins leg crusneci oy a log at
Gray's Harbor a few days ago. Ho at
first refused to have tho leg amputated,
but at last consented. It was too late to
save his life.
The British bark Kato F. Troon was
libeled at Portland by a sailor for cruel
ties, and while the keeper was away she
left her dock, but a telegram to Astoria
caused the bark's interception, and the
vessel was taken in cnarge by a Deputy
Umteu btates Alursnui.
In the Court of First Instance at En-
sennda, Mexico, judgment has been ren
dered in favor of the International Com
pany of Mexico acainst Mrs. Ilurton's
claim to a large tract of land known as
the Ensenacla ranch, which has been the
subject of litigation for several years.
The carpenters working on the Expo
sition building at .Spokane Falls struck
because tho Hoard of Directors found it
necessary to buy a quantity of lumber
from a boycotted mill, not being able to
get it elsewhere. Public indignation
was at once aroused, and prominent cit
izens, bankers, merchants, lawyers and
Councilmen, with hammer in hand,
went to the building.and engaged in the
work of laying shingles on the immense
roof. Scores of other leading citizens
promise to aid in tho work.
Martha G. Uerdan. whoso father (a
white man) was married in California in
185t5 according to the Indian customs to
a squaw, tho two living together always
as man and wife, has just obtained a
victory in a suit for land at lUitte, Mont.
The estate of Uerdan, the father, had
been left to his sister's children, but the
jury credited tho story of Martha G. and
nck'nowledged her as the legitimato heir
to her father's property. Tho opposition
claimed the girl was illegitimate. There
is much money involved in tho suit.
In tho habeas-corpus proceedings in
tho case of James H. Barry, editor of
the Star at San Francisco, Judge Van
Reynegom rendered an opinion and
made an order discharging mo prisoner.
Barrv was sentenced for contempt of
court to bo confined in the county jail
live days and pay a nno oi ifouu. ine
Supremo Court has ruled that tho code
11U 111 1U1LU MUUUUI IU1 All.Jfl ,mj..iii;ii k,
or lino coupled with imprisonment until
tho fine bo paid. Judge Van Iteynegom
says there was nothing to bo done but
discharge tho prisoner.
A call will soon lo issued for a State
convention of delegates from ull tho va
rious chamlers of commerce and similar
organizations in Washington. Tho call
will include a drait ot tho best plan ot
organization dovised by tho committee.
The idea of tho organization is to under-
tiiKO in a systematic munner uio uuver
tisement ot tho State's resources abroad
and to induce immigration to that State.
The call will probably specify Sjwkano
Falls as tho place oi ine convention aim
some day in October, tho Exposition
month, the time for tho convention.
Assistant Secretary Chandler has re
fused to give a reheuring in the caso of
tho United States against Thomas D.
StiiiHon and Hugh Park lor lands in the
Seattle (Wash.) district. Stinson and
Park are the transferees in certain lands
deeded to them by parties making claims.
The government attacked the titles, and
decicled that they wore not good. Tho
original claimants were witnesses at tho
trials, and knew that they were decided
nguinst them. They now claim tho right
to bo heard, saying mat moy Hiiouid bo
made co-defendants in these cases. The
Secretary says thoy neglected to tuko
their day In court when tho caso was on
trial and could not now bo heard. Tho
only claim they make to tho lands now
is their right to defend tho warranty
deeds they have made, Stinson anil
Park will Ioao tho land.
The Legislature of Iowa Passes a
Stringent Tramp Law.
A Scheme to Connect Lake Hrie and the
Ohio Rirer by Means of a Huge
Detroit doctors are quarreling over
their ability to kill diphtheria germs.
The metnlership of the Brotherhood
of Locomotive Firemen is 19,000.
The prospect for passing the copyright
hill at this session of Congress is not
It is reported from Washington that
Senator Evarts is threatened with total
La grippe has reappeared in New York.
It is stated that over seventy cases were
reported a week ago.
Work has commenced on the Belt Lino
road for Baltimore. The line will tap
all the railroads in the city.
A new branch of the Salvation Army,
known as tho Salvation Navy, is saving
souls along Erie's water front.
The crop bulletin of Iowa estimates
tho yield of corn throughout the State
at thirty-four bushels per acre.
Tho Illinois Board of Equalization is
discussing a protxtsition to raise the Cook
county assessment ifl-'-.OOO.OOO.
Tho public schools of Largo, Ind.,
were obliged to remain closed on account
of the prevalence of scarlet fever.
Apartment houses have been multi
plied to such an extent in Now York
that n decline in rent is imminent.
Sarah Bernhardt is to open at New
York in February, and will sail from
San Francisco for Australia in May.
Diseased meat has been sold, it is
charged, in Chicago by tho firm em
ployed by the State to kill lumpy-jawed
Jay Gould says excessive railroad con
struction need not be feared. There will
not be much railroad-building as long as
inimical legislation continues.
The Iowa Commissioners have ordered
suits to be entered against soveral rail
road companies for refusing to obey tho
order in relation to joint rates.
There is a movement to consolidate
the tobacco-warehouse interests of Cin
cinnati and Louisville and confine tho
amalgamation to American parties.
It is now said that the yield of tho
wheat crop of Michigan will be 24.000.-
000 bushels, nearly a" full uverago prod
uct. This is twice as large as was pre
dicted in Julv.
Captain Sherwood has been appointed
postmaster at Washington. His appoint
ment is a direct recognition of civil-
service rules, as he has been assistant
postmaster for eight years.
Outside of tho Now York delegation
all but three of tho members of tho
House of Itonresentatives express them
selves in favor of th'e removal of General
Grant's remains to Arlington.
Having picked up most of the avail
able breweries and factories of the land,
tho insatiate JiOiulon syndicate is now
prospecting among our mines. Just now
tin mines are the most attractive.
Advices received by tho Ottawa gov
ernment state that notwithstanding con
tradictory roports the damage to tho
wheat crop of tho Psorthwest is much
more serious than is generally known.
A TiecuHnr and destructive disease has
appeared among cattle in Southern Kan-
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sas, unci uio ammais are uying oy inu
hundreds. A quarantine against South
ern cattle is being establishing in Kan
sas. The Fort Dodge Presbyterian Synod,
comprising twenty-five counties in North
western Iowa and embracing seventy
two churches, has inaugurated u cam
paign in favor of Sunday closing at tho
Columbian Exposition to bo held in
The mechanical difficulties in tho ap
plication of tho new ballot luw aro at
tracting attention in New York. Ono of
the greatest undertakings will be the
printing, perforating and numbering of
tho 8,000,000 official ballots, which must
be done in ten days.
Senator Stewart has been successful
in having an amendment attached to
tho House bill repealing tho timber-cult-tiro
law, which has passed tho Senate,
practically putting an end to the suits
brought by the United States against a
number of mining companies in Nevada
and California for cutting timber ou
Tho many friends of ex-United States
Treasurer Spinner will hear with regret
that he is approaching, his end. in a
letter to tho editor of Frank Leslie's Il
lustrated Newspaper ho hays that tho
cancer on his face has progressed to such
an extent that there is no hope of his
surviving much longer. Ho Is 80 years
old, and up to tho time when the cancer
appeared had alwayB enjoyed rugged
Philanthropic and wealthy HobrowH
are likely to bo addressed from Philadel
phia by tho promoters of a movement
now stirring in that citv. It is a quick
ening und extension of tho Jewish Alii
unco of America, organized some years
ago in Philadelphia, to resjwnd to tho
rush of Jewish exiles from Russia and
Koumania. A national organization of
local lodges and societies is now contem
plated. Membership fee will bo f 25,
Blowing; Up the Iron Gate of the
Many People in Uohemia and Hungary
Rendered Homeless by Heavy
Storms and Floods.
The outrages in Armenia continue.
The Portuguese Cabinet has resigned.
Patti will give concerts in this country
A Cabinet Minister of Health is seri
ously proposed for England.
Unssia proposes to keep Chinamen out
of Ussuri by laving a heavy tax on them.
The Federal Council of Switzerland
has decided to recognize the Republic of
The Turkish government will appoint
a commission to inquire into the Armen
Marriages of convenience, which have
been a bane of social life in France, are
said to be ou a decline there.
The Austrian war-ship Taurus, with a
crew of sixty-nine men and four olllcers,
has foundered in the Black sea.
It is proposed to erect an Eiffel tower
in Melbourne, and a company with a cap
ital of $500,000. bus been formed for the
Irish anti-honie-rulo moinbers appeal
for aid for thirty men in TipYerarv
whose business has been ruined by the
Adelina Patti's theater on her estate
in Wales, Craig-y-nos, has In-en com
pleted, and there was an informal open
Houniania and Servia are negotiating
with Vienna bankers for a refunding of
their public debts at more favorable
rates of interest.
Many people in Bohemia, Austria, and
Hungary have been rendered homeless
by the heavy storms and floods, which
are general throughout Europe.
In view of recent developments at
Tripoli the government has ordered tho
French Mediterranean and Levantine
squadrons to proceed to North Africa.
The ex-Emperor of Brazil thinks of
settling in the neighlwrhood of Vienna,
and negotiations for tho purchase of a
suitable abode for him have been set on
The Czarowitz and his brother, Grand
Duke George, aro to start toward tho
end of October from Corfu on a voyage
to India, China and Japan, terminiiting
at San Francisco.
A Zanzibar dispatch says that Emin
Pasha hoisted the German Hag at Tab
ero, captured a lot of guns, ivory and
cattle from Sultan Siko and then pro
ceeded to Usokuma.
Tho announcement that tho German
authorities at Bagamoyo, Africa, have
issued a proclamation authorizing traffic
in slaves is believed in Berlin to bo a
Great excitement is caused at Capo
Town, South Africa, by tho arrival of a
Portuguese steamer loaded with kid
naped natives from Mozambique en
route to tho West Coast.
The work of blowing up what is called
tho "Iron Gate of the U.hiuIm. " tlm
great rocky pass on tho Servian border,
through which it navigable ehannol was
cut many years ago, has begun.
The total cost of tho London docks
has been upward of $100,000,000, and it
has been computed tlmt lmlf nf tl
pemliture wan Hheer vnto. London hiiH
iiu Miuuu twuuui uvur un uoukh,
RphirilU flint linvn lutnti mmln in Iar.
1 ifimont wlm vi tlmt tlinwt urn In n HW-
...... tliliuittu til VJ i V.tl I JJWl
ain and Ireland .'1,800 miles of inland
navigation, of which 1,000 miles aro on
open rivers, leaving 2,800 miles of canals,
tho greater part of which are in Eng
land. A sad sj)ectaclo was witnessed in San
tiago, Chili, recently, when hundreds of
Italian inunigrantH justurrived fromTal
cahuano implored passers-by for alms,
some of tho men offering their coats and
shirts for sale in order to procure Home
thing to eat.
It is stilted t lint. Ttnrninrlln'u u-l1nu
carries with her to tho City of Mexico
certain timorn nf lwr lnt imulxi.wl
Hhowing that tho lattor was in 1887 ad-
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muieu as a protege oi Aiexico, no hav
ing taken out preliminary Mexican nat
uralization papers. She will seek tho
interposition of MovlVn in xix-iint !nm.
ages against Guatemala.
Tho Berlin Post says: Gormuny never
had any intention of unqualifiedly u1k1
Ishing nil forms of slavery in Africa.
Tho Keiehstug agreed that tho measuro
would bo taken only by degrees, with
duo regard for tho existing order of
The merchants of Belfast tiro making
every endeavor to place as much linen
us Kssiblo in tho United States before
tho McKInloy bill goes into eirect. Tho
Majestic, which has just sailed, has ono
of tho largest enrgoes of linen evor
known to have leeu shipped. Many
shippers are unable to secure freight
A nmnler of representatives of Swiss
and other Continental banks recently
met ut Berne, under the presidency of
M. Hammer, to deliberate on the
Issue of a loan of 40,000,000 francs for
the purchase of Swiss railways by (ho
Wheat oreign advices are not of an
en ....ij.u.g character, and the local
market is consequently easier. Trading
cmtinuos light, and receipts aro smaller.
Snippers give $1 L'5 for Vallev and $I.L0
lor U nlla W'-iIln as top quotations.
l'l.oi'H-Quo e: Standard, $3.U0; Walla
Walla, $;i.U0uS i.SO per barrel.
u.v.s dilute : 45((f48c per bushel.
Mii.ifTfii-s Quote: Bran, $lti(l20;
Shorts, $26V 27.60 ; Ground Barley,
fJll'.oO; Chop Feed, $2." per ton.
H w Quote: l(i17 per ton.
Vkokt.uii.ks The market ia firm.
Peas, young Oni uis, young Lottuco,
String Beans, California Onions and To
matoes aro about out of tho market.
Quote: Cabbage, $1.75(0:2 per cental;
Caulillower, $1.25 per dozen; Onions,
2"-4c per pound ; Corn, 810c per dozen ;
Cucumbers, 10c per dozen; Carrots, 10
15c per bunch; Beets, $1.50 per sack;
Turnips, $1.25 per sack; Tomatoes, COo
per Ikjx; Potatoes, (i0c$l per cental;
Sweet Potatoes, :5:tt2o per pound.
Fkuits Egg and Columbia Plums,
Brudshaw Prunes, Crawford Peaches,
Gravenstein Apples and Nectarines aro
alout done. The King Apples aro be
ginning to como in. Winter Nollis Peara
are expected in very soon. Quote: Ta
hiti Oranges, $4.25 per box; Sicily, $()
10 per caso; Italian Prunes, IKc per
pound ; Seckel Pears, 2c per pound"; Bart
lett Pears, ljc per pound; Grapes, tl
per box; Pineapples, $3.5004 per dozen;
Bananas, $4 per bunch; double, $ft; Ore
gon Gravenstein Apples, 05075c per
lox; King Apples, 8500c per box; Or
egon, Peaches, 00c$1.25 per box, $1 per
basket; Oregon "Watermelons, $22.50
per dozen; Cantaloupeu, $1.502 per
dozon ; Crabapples, 75c per box.
Chkkse Quote: Oregon, ll12Jc;
California, 0X10c; Young America, 14
15c per pound.
Buttku Tho market is firm. Quote;
Oregon fancy creamery, 35c ; fancy dairy,
32c; good to fair, 2730o; common,
2225c; choico California, 2830c per
Eaos Quote: SOc per dozen for Ore
Poultiiy Quoto: Old Ohickons, $6t
young, $2.503.50; old Ducks, $4.505j
young, $5J per dozon ; Turkeys, 16c per
Nuts Quote: Walnuta, 13c: Peanut,
green, 12c; Almonds, 17o; Filberts, 14
tig 16c; Biazils, 13()14u per pound; Cocoa
nuts, $1 per dozen.
Ho.nky Fancy Whito, 1-pound car
Nails Base quotations: Iron, $3.20;
Steel, $3.30; Wiro, $3.90 per keg.
The Morcliatulliia Sfarknt.
StioAits Quoto: Golden 0,5c; extra
C, Sc; dry gii nulated, Qc; cube
crushed and powdered, 7c per pound.
Bkans Tho market Is firm. Quoto:
Small Whites, $3.25; Pink, $3.75; Bayos,
$4.50; Butter, $3.50; Limas, $5.50 per
Duiki) Fkuits Tho market Is firm.
Quoto: Raisins, $2.75 per box; Plum-mer-dried
Pears, 10llc; sun-dried and
factory Plums, 810c: evaporated
Peaches, 24e; Smyrna Figs, 1410c; Cal
ifornia Figs, l)c per pound.
Oannkd Goods Market is firm. Quote:
Table fruits, $2.25, 2!s; Peaches, $2.50;
Bartlott Pears, $2.25; Plums. $1.65;
Strawberries, $2.50; Cherries, $2j Black
berries, $2; Raspberries, $2.55. Pio fruit:
Assorted, $3.75 per dozen; Peaches,
$1.40; Plums, $1.25; Blackberries, $1.65;
Tomatoes, $1.203.50; Sugar Peas, $1.40
1.00; String Beans, $1.
Hires Tho market is weak. Quota
tions: Dry Hides, selected prime, 8
0c, Kc less for culls; green, selected,
over 55 pounds, 4c; under 55 pounds, So;
Sheop Pelts, short wool, 30050c; me
dium, 60080c; long, 00c$1.25: shear
lings. 10020c Tallow, good to choice, 3
!lrtc. Receipts tho past week wer
"Wool Tho market Is dull. Quota
tions: Eastern Oregon, 10016c; Valloy,
10018a per pound. Receipts tho past
week were 11,672 pounds.
Hoi's Quoto: 2530a per pound.
Pickles Quoto: 85c 3s; 90c 5s.
Salt Quoto: Liverpool, $17, $18, $19 j
stock, $11012 per ton in carload lots.
Coal Oil Quoto : $2.20 per case.
Kiob Quote : 0o per pound.
The Meat Market.
The meat market is firm. Quoto :
Beef LIvo, 803c; dressed, 0c.
Mutton Llvo, 80334c; dressed, 6c
Hogs Live, 55o ; dressed, 7c
Veal 608c per pound.
Spring Lambs $2 each.
SMOKED MKA.TB AMD LARD.
The market is firm. Quotations : East
ern Hams, 13014c; Breakfast Ba
con, 11014o ; Sides, 9010c; Lard, 8)i
lie per pound.
In Fort do France, Martinique, which
city was recently nearly annihilated by
fire, tho most of tho houses insured wero
under iwlicies in tho local company, tho
Mutuelle do la Martinique, which it ia
said will not bo able to pay much over
10 per cent of tho amounts insured.
A dinner was given to 100 laborers at
London last week by a benevolent lady,
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a corrosive deposit on tho interior of tho
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tea urn, which nan not oeon properly
cleansed. Threo persons have (Tied, und
soveral uro in u dangerous condition.
' Tho organ of tho German architects
at Berlin demonstrates by facts and fig
ures that tho workmen engaged in tha
building trades have lost every strikw
they entered upon this year, and that
their wages uro now lower than thos
paid them at tho beginning of tho sea
son, It is announced that a now club is
shortly to bo established in London, con
sisting exclusively of Irishmen. Itu
meiiiliers will include artistic, literary,
dramatic, musical and professional meii.
As regards tho question of jncniborHhlp
Kliticnl and religious differences aro ta
be strictly tabooed.