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THE OREGON SCOUT
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two papers in this eectici of the
State uoinhinud, and is corre
spondingly valuable as an adver
THE OREGON SCOUT
Is independent in nil thing, ne u
trnl in nothing; devoted to every
cause it believes to lu right a
journal for tlie people.
Horo Will tho Press the People's Rights Maintain.
UNION, UNION COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 30, 1800.
The Oregon Scout
An Inarj'cnaciit veeklj- Journal, issued crery Thursday
Publisher and Proprietor.
A K Jonm, Killtor.
11. Cuanckv, Foreman.
KaU'O of Sillc'ci-lptliiii.
One copy "no year,
One copy . tn..imh.
One oopy three moiith,
Cnli I" Ailvism-e.
by chnm-e mtbrcrlplloni arc vol paid till end
of yuir, ttco dollar will be charged.
Hates of adveitlslng nude known mi application.
Sit' Corns pondenco from all puts of tue country
solicited. , .
Address a'l communications to the Okeiiok Scof T,
Premdent llenjaruln Harrison of Indiana
Hechetakv ok Htatk James 11. Ilia ne of Maine.
Kfcrktuu or this Tins iUitv -William Wind jm
of Minu.so'a. . . ...
Skckktauy nrWAlt- ltedflel' Proctor of ermont.
Hkchetauy of Tin: N vvi UViiJaiiilu F. Tiacy of
Hkuiiktarv of. the Interior John w. 2 .blc of
Missouri. ..... , ...
Posimahteu-Oeskkal-JoIhi W aoamakir of l'enn-
AttornmOkneral-W. II. II. Miller of Indiana.
Selrktsrv of Aouictil.lliRK-Jeieuilah husk of
STATi: OF OliKC.ilX.
f.I. II. Mitchell.
J. N. IlOLI'H.
CoigienMiiau, - lii.soni Hermann.
Governor, - SvL kster l'KNNtu F.K.
Secretary of Hi ate, - tlniKiiK W. MoiililDK.
Htate Treasurer, - - ., , r Kttn-
Supurlntendcut of Public Instruction, 11. II. Mi'l-.LIKH.
Btats Pr.nter. - - Fit Mi O. llAhF.lt.
. W. P. Loim.
OV. W. TlIAVEIi
SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTUICT.
... ( M. 11. CLIFFORD
Circuit Judged, . - Jamm A. FKfc.
Prosecuting Attorney - - - O. F. Hyde.
COUNTY' OF UNION.
I J. V. Xoiival.
1.1. II. lUi.r.v.
1 J. A WitiiiHT.
I. X. Saniierh.
J. T. IIHLI.KS.
J. H. lli.i.iorr
11. O. 1IRAIN4RI1.
II. H. Kthvnuk.
J. L. Curtis.
J. I). (luii.l).
I William Ar.solu.
I John McIionali.
Treasurer, - -Kchcol
Surveyor, - :
Coroner, - -
CITV OF UNION.
Mvnr .... J W. Kennedy.
Recorder, - O.I. llUKMUB.
"arXh' -.- - AmM. Johnson.
Street Commissioner. - I, r . r IcHLlN.
I 11. F. Wilson. J. H. Gonitis.
' J. S. Elliott A. K. Jones,
j. M. Carroll. 8. A. puiinel.
UNION LODOF., No 39, 1. O. O. F , MKKTS EVERY
Friday evening at 730 o'clock Q
O. S Miller, Secretary.
GRANDE ROXI)k"eXOAMPMENT, No 11, 1. O. O
V.. meets ou tho first and third Tuewlnv in each
month. O. 8. Ml LI. 11. C. 1.
J. 11. TJIOMrso.v, Scribe.
GRANDE ROXDE VALLEY LODGE, Xo 56, A F. &
A M . meets on the second an I fourth Saturdays
every mo,.th. K. W. DAVIS, W . M.
R. II. IlnoWN, Secretary.
GRANDE RONDE VALLEY Oil AI'TEK, No. SO.. R.
A M.. metts tirsl a it iiiiru in '
W. T. Wlv HUT, M. E.
itl.Tir. MOUNTAIN LCDGK Xo. 2$
k. or r
meets every Wednesday j.lnjj. AWF01.n 0 0
TURNER OL1VKR, K of It. 4 S.
1'RESTOX FOST. Xo. 18. (J. A R., MEETS EVERY"
third Saturday iueac
The Methodist Elilscopal Church holds services at 11
A m. ant 7 I". M. of eacn Sunday.
A. M. ain A THOMl'SON, Acting l'astor.
Services aro held at the Fresbyterlan Church at 11 A,
3,. and 7 V. M. of each Sum-ay. p
J. W 8IIELTON. J- -M- CARROLL.
SHELTON & CARROLL,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Oillco two doois south of I'ostotllce,
Special attention given to all business entrusted to us.
R. EAK1N J A. EAKlX, NoUry Fubllc.
R. EAKIN & BRO.,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
1,'rompt at'ention paid to collections.
DR E. N. NORTH,
1U. the finest nnaathetlo for eitractluj teeth without
lYaUl known Tt" the profession. Will Jiractlw In all the
ranch" , of modem dentistry. Silver and Kold w or k a
..ri"i.- ,f teeth always ou hand, i irst-cla&s
work and saUsfaitl m cuarauteed.
OflU n- Slain St., Union. r.
C. H. DAY, H. D.,
HomcBopathic Physician and Surgeon
All CulU l'romitly AtteniU-il to.
..ninlni Jones Ilroa.' store. (Jan be found
nUliU at rrildence In Houthwest Union.
I, N, CROMWELL, M. D
DUYSIC1AN !AND SURGEON
Office one door south tt Summers I Ujut t store,
JASPAR G. STEYEHS, Proprietor,
Perfumery, Paints and Oils,
rrescrlnf hint Carefully Prepared.
-ALSO PF.ALKU IX-
Rifles, Shotguns, Pistols and
Imported and Domestic Cigars, Etc.
Ed Remillard, Proprietor.
If you want a refreshing drink or a good cigar, drop in.
Ililllardand pool tallies for the accommodation
Gornaeopia Saloon. I
William Wilson, Proprietor.
Finest of Wines,
Cigars Always in
First-class billiard talile. Drop In and bo sociable.
For Information About tie South
ADDRESS WITH 8TAM1 -
The Official Immigration Department
FIFTEEN SOUTHERN STATES.
CARL ROIlINdOX. Secretary,
Raleigh, X. O.
GEORGE BAIRD, Proprietor.
Shaving, Hair-Cutting and Shampooing in
the Lasest Style of the Art.
Shon two doors south of the Centennial hotel. Give
City Meat Market
31 Hilt Street, lriiloii, Ori'Kon.
BENSON BROS., Proprietors,
KKKP CONSTANT!. V ON UANH
Beef, Pork, Veal, Mutton, Sausage, Hams,
The v " Blue 7 Light
Wm. James, Proprietor, Union, Or.
Finft' 'WinfiR.'. iniJOrS . atld
. . .
Ulguia i ill i utubM
Drop In and lio sociable Fine billiard table.
T. McNAUGHTON, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
All Us Komptly attended to day or nU
Architect and Builder,
Drafts, plana and dealfni for deUlnis and brldre
f urnlsbed on appllcaUon.
THE PACIFIC COAST.
A Fine Vein of Coal Discovered
Near Coquille City.
Incendiaries Destroy by Fire the Trestle
Ilridgc Over l'utali Creek, Near
The Gentiles of Utah have nominated
ludfie C. C. Goodwin of the Salt Lake
Tribune for Delegate to Congress.
The American ship Eclipse bus arrived
at Portland with :!0,U0U cases of tea for
the East and Canada and 155,000 brick.
George C. Foster, Tax Collector of
Tucson, committed suicide by taking
noison. 1 le was a nam urniKcr, aim bus
short in bis accounts.
The deciduous fruit shipments over
tho Southern Pacific lines for the season
no to October 7 amounted to 2.-150 cars
about 100,000 pounds of fruit.
Washington's State Board of Equali
zation has raised Walla alia county's
assessment $2,0i'0,000, and the county's
taxpayers are obliged to stand it.
Ernest It. Mulllv. for several months
tnsr the audit of the ChlClltro, St. null
and Kansas Citv railroad at 'IVcoma, has
gone to Canada. He is said to be short
in his accounts.
Ainnnir the new banks authorized to
commence misiness are uio ivmei uau
commence business are uio aurt
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Members of the Tacomn Chamber of
Commerce have organized tlie laeoma
Deve oimient Company, witli a capiiai
stock of $1,000,000, for the purine of
encouraging the establishment of manu
factories and wholesale nouses.
The recent prairie fires in North Da
kota were the most destructive ever
L-nnu-ii west of the Missouri river, ami
the losses will aggregate several luindred
thousand dollars. The Riverside Ranch
Company lost 1500 head of stock.
a ilnnhli. u-eddiiiL' took nltico at the
exposition in Portland last week in the
presence ol over iu,uuu spuciaiuia.
contracting parties were Miss neiena
Sturnv and Wilhelm Recker and Miss
Ixju 1. Shanahan and i.. ta. rigm, an
.inlin T. f!nrev. who recciitlv resicned
his nosition as district Attorney for the
Northern District of California, gives as
his reasons that the olllce is not sum
eiently reniiineratie, and that he has
diflicu'ltv in securing back pay duo him
from the government.
At a consultation ot tlie rcpreeenuf
Hv..s nf the coa siiPDiv and tlie coal
luniiiL' companies neui
iiiTacoma it was
ouiiiimieo nun ine u i uj imnv,n.
. . i .1. -1 il.. tl.u iiMiitnt
...ill full '.", nr :) nor cent, below the de
maud. The ell'cct of the shortage will
Ix'i'in to be felt about tho 1st of next
The Central street railway at Sacra
mento, Cal., has been pureiiaseu oy.i.
II llenrvot San . lose, iiii'tuiiu lsmiuiu
four miles in lenuth. Henry will at once
introduce an overhead electric motor
power. He will also extend and equip
tracks on other streets, for which fran
chises have been granted.
Vim- ATnvipn lms voted on the State
constitution. The American cities and
iv.i.i ......... . - .
iifniStiHt. if. beinir oiiDOsed on account ot
tllO prOVlSlOIlS for pUDIlC SCIIOOIB. HIS
tliniiL-ht that tho constitution lias been
carried by u small majority.
riimn thousand men aro employed on
the branch of tho Union Pacilie railroad
between Portland and Seattle, aim z.uuu
mnni nn wiuitod. Agents are now in
Kansas looking for men, l'.verv eiiori
will be made to get the road finished
ross the low lands along tno i,oiuniuia
before high water next spring
A finovein of coal haH been discovered
r.. i uininrl, m!ir fonuille Citv. and
blacksmiths who iimvo tested it kny it is
superior to that imported for their use
The vein is a large one, and can beeasilj
worked. There is talk ot cnnrtenrig i
unhnrmor mill loiidni'' it tor San l' ran
Mum in nrder to interest capital in the
develoimtentot tho mine
Tl. trestle bridne over Putnh creek,
two miles south ot lwvisvuio, wuh
destroved bv fire the other night. I ho
. . . -W-v I 1 ft 1
iir. U'iiu nn doubt lncendiarv. aim seems
to be tho work of parties who havo here
tofore made several attempts to wreck
flu. I irrxmn irnm. which linn" J i"-" J
travel. The burned bridge was over 800
wni4 badly interrupted, as uuin me ura
nf the WOBieril iJliiuii aim nusni. i iBisi
Companies were all destroyed.
T.vtimn E. Knaim. Governor of Alaskn
in h'is iinnual roport to tho Secretary of
the Interior states that during tho yoar
iiimiit 10(1.000 fu -sized sealsittns were
i.ibnn liv 1110 Alaska uoiiimerciai com
........ ,i.r ilin iniitrui!t with the uov-
..,ii.ii.nt mid that nrobablv half as many
more woro captured at sen ami sioien uy
poaching vessels, iiio vnnic m me w
!.,.-u lout vKiir was nearlv 10.000.000,
Of this ninount ninong other items was
1 arm nm inresontini' tno vauio ox
whaleUne, ,000,000 worth of seal fu
and ,00,(KH) worm 01 gom nuiiion
T slnnvlno fl rC.i!OUnt of OrCUOIl'H POPU
lation Secretiry Noblo says tho groundH
presented by Senators Mitchell and
linlnli and ReiiresenUitivo Ilerinonn
vpr(! not sufficient to warrant a recount
r,f iim u'linle Kbito. He haH even' reason
flmf dm census omissions are
) fullvcomiKmsated by tjio nnines enrolled
WHICH HIIOUIU 1101 I1UVU ijvv ss.
Milwaukee's Public School Princi
pals About to Strike.
The Widow of Colonel Mulligan, the Hero
of the Ilattle of Lexington, He
ceives a Nomination.
Georijia has !!00 life-time prisoners in
A Mormon colonvis trying to buy land
from Mexico on the frontier.
The Mississippi Constitutional Con
vention still lias a mount s worn aneiiu
The Chinese gamb'ers in New York
aro tuxtd $1,000 a week for police pro
tection. The report of the Pittsburg police de
partment shows a remarkable decrease
Captain Pab-t of Milwaukee is to put
upon the lakes a tleet of handsome pas
The factional war over the Territorial
seat of the Oklahoma government grows
It is said that the "docking" of our
new steel cruisers will cost nearly
000,000 u year.
The cog-wheel railway to the summit
of Pike's Peak has been completed, and
is now in operation.
Milwaukee's public-school principals
have given notice that, if they do not
get increased salaries, they will strike.
A large shortage in tho cranberry crop
is announced bv A. Rider, Secretary of
the American Cranberry-Growers' Asso
ciation. It seems to hi definitely settled that
the San Francisco will bo assigned to the
Asiatic station as Rear-Admiral Bel
knap's flag ship.
The widow of Colonel Mulligan, tlie
hero of the battle of Loxington, Mo.,
has been nominated for Superintendent
of School at Chicago.
The Kansas Legislature will have to
pass a new prohibitory enactment to
make tho Wilson orieiiial-package law
elleetive in the State.
The pearl fisheries of tho Miami river
still continue to bo profitable. The pearl
hunters have boon busy all siuiuitcr, and
some of thepi ha-e been very succesbiui.
The Presidont has appointed Charles
K. DoiiL'hertv of Pennsylvania s fcecre
tary of Legation in Mexico and II. Rein
son Whitehouso as Secretary of Lega
tion in Italy
About 2,500 millers are on a strike at
Ishpominu', Alien., lor increased wages
In. ni! tut ion mav extend to other points
rhere are lio.OOO miners employed in tho
ake Superior region.
Almost all Western roads havo been
ealing with scalpers, and it is said in
Uiicago that almost any point in the
West, competitive or not, could be
cached bv a cut rate 01 irom to iu
In tho opinion of real-estatO' men tlie
went cyclone of South Lawrence, Mass.,
, 1.1 j,.. ..r ilw. .Ku-
IIIS 1111(1 1110 eilfCl Ul 1 111)11 LH lllg inu yim-
rict nearly 10 per cent, in value by rea-
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SOU Ot UlUKUIlg llliprovuuiuiiio nuiui
According to the law of New York a
mrrel of potatoes contains 172 and tt
bushel of potatoes GO pounds respective-
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ly. All eiiori IB ueillg ininn; iu iiuvu ii
fruit and vegetables sold iu that State
The United States dynamite cruiser
Vesuvius has made two trial runs over a
measured mile courso at full speed with
a forced draft and all her boilers work
ing, and has made twenty knots an hour
under theeo conditions.
Tim New York Mail and Express hns
n Washington special saying: It is stated
on good authority tlmf, President Harri
son will not call an extra session of Con
gress November 11 to consider and pass
tho f ederal election dim.
Lieutenant-Colonel Henry C Corbin
. I 1 ,!....
ins been reneveii iruiu muy ui nuai-
quarters, Division of tho .Missouri, ami
ordered to the Department of Arizona,
ii-lir.r. t is urn ersloou. no win net bh
Health Commissioner Wickersham at
Chicago has given orders that no more
vaccinations ou tno icgwui im puiuhuuu
in tho public-health office. If girls per
sist in being vaccinated in unit way,
they will havo to go to some private phy
sician. Rarbers on tho French steamers arnv
ng nt New York aro said to hnvo regular
patrons among tneir compainois, who
visit tho steamers upon their arrival,
lient liixm having their beards kept
trimmed in tho ultra fashion of tho lioti-
Miss Mnrv Franz of New York lias
hrnni'lit Hlllt IlL'll USt 11 Pll VSIfIIlll for
making an unfavorable roport on her
case to n beneficial society, of which she
u-nu es ions of becoiuinit it member.
Several doctors have certified that her
health in good, and it ih expceicu mat
tho suit will develop interesting logul
Tho annual report ol .Tension uoin
mlstiioiier Rattm hIiowh thtrowero at tho
end of tho last fiscal year iwah i pen
slonors niton tho rolls, classified as fol
ir,ua Armv invalid peiiHioners. ;i!2,
HTKi. firmv widows. 10-1.-15U s navy invalid
ru.titdoners. 5.274 ; navy widowH, minor
,.iiii,lrfii and dependent relatives. .'1.400:
Btiisivor-? of tho war of 1812, 'IKS; wid
ows of soldletH of tho war of 1812, 8,010
unrvIvnrH of tho Mexican war. 17.158
widows of soldiers of tho Mexican war,
The Italian Police Ordered to Raid
A Rumor That Germany Contemplates In
tending the Pork Restrictions to
Railway accidents have been unusually
frequent in Germany of late.
There is no revolution in 1 lay ti. The
country is reported to be prosperous.
A munlier of Armenians have been
killed and crops destroyed at Alashgerd.
A new Russian frigate, named the
Twelve Apostles, has been launched at
The influenza is said to have again ap
peared in Ireland at Uelfust anil in Her
It is rumored that Germany contem
plates extending the pork restrictions to
Dom Pedro is renorted to bo looking
unhappy and broken down. His mind
is thought to be weakening.
Severe sentences have been passed on
sixteen Gtrniaii soldiers stationed at
Oldenburg for mutinous conduct.
Grand Duke Nicholas, the undo of the
Czar, is in a critical condition. A can
cerous direction has attacked his brain.
General distress, but mo famine, is
looked for in the sections of Ireland
where a laihue of the potato crop is re
The appointment of General von ICat
tenborn Strnehan as Minister of War,
succeeding General Verdy du Vernow, is
omcuillv announced at iSerlin.
The breaking of 'cycling ricords con
tinues in England, unduly owing to the
increased power got out ol tho machines
built with the pneumatic tire
There are rumors that the Guatema
lans and Salvudoriaus hnvo had a tight
on the frontier, which act will precipi
tate war between tho two countries.
The central telegraph oflico at iVerJin
has discontinued the use of batteries,
and will in future obtnin tho power re
quired from nn accumulator supplied by
tho Rerlin electric-light works.
is stated that arrests of Armenians
at 'Constantinople continue, and that
sixty of tho prisoners have already en
dured torture for tho purpose of extort
ing evidence from them fnvoruble to the
Members of tho police force nt Nuplcs
have been ordered to make raids on all
South Italian nunneries thnt aro closed
to the public, This is owing to discov
eries in an establishment known as tho
"Nunnery of the Ruried Alive."
Dispatches from Pondicherry, tho cap
ital of tho French settlement in India,
state that a serious election conflict took
place there between a mob and the po
lice. Several were wounded on both
sides. Tins military were ordered out.
Russia has recently adopted more lib
eral and vigorous policy than heretofore
in respect to encouraging tho develop
ment of tho mineral resources of tho
empire. Numerous special grants and
tonuses to work coal mines are being is
sued to companies, most of which tiro
principally composed of foreign capital
The movement for universal sudrago
is attaining tremendous strength iu Bel-
ilium, and much indii:nution hns been
aroused bv the announcement thnt tho
Ministry did not intend to submit to the
Belgian Parliament a proposition em
liodying that reform. It was a result of
this feeling that Minister of Public
Works Do Bruvn was mobbed and nearly
killed at Modiues while taking official
pnrt in u civic ceremony.
It is reported Hint tho Turkish Minis
tor. Iloussein Pasha, has been informed
tho Czar regards in the most gracious
spirit tho invitation to tho Uznrowitz to
visit CoiiBtnntinoplo. The Czar, how
ever, fours thnt n visit to that city might
nt tho present time give rise to a delicate
and embarrassing situation, owing to the
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nfi'airs. It is said that fears of cholera
IIIISUUICU CUIUWUUII Ul mil III! till"
most strongly operate against the pro
Horrible accounts conio from the Red
Sen Coast of tho condition of cholera
victims. Arabs and strangers in that
region aro dying by scores. Persons are
seized with cholera and die within an
hour, with clenched teeth ami thei
liodies terribly drawn up. Birds and
logs feed on the corpses, which people
are afraid to touch. From tho Interior
of Arabia the accounts aro fully as heart
rendlntr. and tho victims nro sum to do
iiiiiiibered'ainong the thousands.
The newspaper Lo Matin and LoJour,
the new paper which has lust been es
tiiblished bv M. Laurent, are out witl
accusations against M. Rouvior, Minister
of Financo, whom they charge witl
makiiii! use of his position in tho gov
eminent to conduct successful speculn-
Hons on tho Bourse. M. Rouvior has
not yet replied to these accusations, but
tho general Impression among tho pub
lic is that a repetition of tho Wilson
scandals, which wrecked tho Grovy re
gime through tho operations of tho
President's son-in-law, is aiwiii to no
sprung upon tho French jieoplo.
A rich find of silver Is ro'Kirted to
have ljeen initdo in Calhoun county,
Ala., in what anneurs to bo a mine form
erly worked by Indians. Tho ore Is
said to assay GO per cent, of pure silver,
Wiirat The market continues dull
and weak. Snippers' present wants nro
well supplied.nnd there is little deuinnd
for oxjHjrt. Offerings nro small. Open
quotations nro $l.l7lfe for Wnlln Wallu
and H 'J2V, for Valley.
Flour Quoto: Stnndnrd, $3.00-1.00;
Wnlln Wnlln, $a.00(tf!;!.h0 per barrel.
Oats Quote: 44ic48e VQr bushel.
Miixstuffs Quote: Rrnn, $l".50u?18;
Shorts, $2o.50(ji2t; Ground Barley,
:!.'.r)0 : Chop Feed, $25 per ton.
hay Quote: loams per ton.
Vkoetaiilks Tho market is firm.
Quote: Cabbage, $1.50(f 1.75 percental;
t'aulitlower, if 1.25 per dozen; Onions.
2c per pound ; Cuciiinlcrs, 10c per dozen ;
Carrots,$l per sack ; Beets, $1.50 per sack ;
Turnips, $1.25 per pack; Toinntoes, f.Ou
per K)x; l'otntocs, SUcfiC$l per cental ;
Sweet Potntoes, 2c per pound.
FittMT Quoto: Tahiti Ornnges, 4.f)U
perltoxj Sicily Lemons, $8J0 ill per case;
Tears, l'sc per pound; apples, ouk.onh:
tier box : Grnpes.75ct l .20 per !xx ; Pine
apples, $:?.50(?4.00 per dozen; Bnnnnas,
.vt per bunch; double, ?(; reaches, swiq
$1.25 ptr box; Watermelons, $l.b0oil2
per dozen; Cantaloupes, $1.50fitJ per
dozen; California Quinces, $1 ; Oregon,
$1.25 per box.
Cukksi: Quote: Oregon, ll12!e;
California, il'iji'iflOc; Voung America, 14
OS 15c per pound.
Burma The mnrket is firm. Quote:
Oregon fancy ci enniery,:7,ltc ; ntney dairy
o2'ye, uood'to fair. 27. m I! Jo ; common,
J2,'ijtn25c; choice California, 28;,.0c pr
LotiH Quoto: Quote: Oregon, 25c
per d 7on.
l'oui.TKY Quoto: Old Chickens, $1.50 j
young, 2.5'J'i 15.50; old Ducks, G((i.fu,
large young. 7tiij7.50; Geese, $!) pel
dozen "Turkeys, ll(ifl5c per pound.
isuis Quoto: Walnuts, Rlcj Peanuts,
green, 12c; Almonds, 17c; Filberts, 14
iu 15c; Brazils, i;)14c per pound; Cocoa
nuts, $1 per dozen.
llo.NKY Fancy White, 1-pound car
toons, 18c per pound.
N.mi. Base quotntions: Iron, $11.20;
Steel, $;!.:!(); Wire, $11.00 por-keir.
Iloi-s Tho mnrket. is firm, with nomi
nal prices. Quote: MoflWo per pound .
limns The mnrket Is weak. Quota
tions: Dry Hides, selected prime, 8(5
0c, He less for culls; green, selected,
over 55 pounds, 4c; under 55 pounds, So;
Sheep Pelts, short wool. :!0(iT50c; me
dium, C080c; long, 00c$1.25: shear
lines. 1020c ; Tallow, good to choice, 3
Wool Quote: Eastern Oregon, 10
10c; Valley, 1018c per pound.
CllANllKIUtlKB UUOIO: sv loCUUaiu,
$9.50; Capo Cod, $12 per barrel.
Tho Morohnndlao Market.
Sua aus Quote: Golden 0,5gc; extra
53fic: dry granulated, owe; cuuo
crushed and powdered, 0u per pound.
Duikd lauiT8 The market ib urni.
Quoto: Italian Prunes, 12$I4c; re
nte and Gorman rrunes, iuc per poumi:
Raisins. $2.76 per box: Plummer-arieu
Pears, 11 2l4c sun-dried and factory
Plums, 10llc: evaporated J'cnchca,
24c; Smyrna Figs, 1410c; ualiiornia
Figs, l)c per pound.
n kan's Tho market is nrm, vjinii"-.
Small Whites, 3,:J?.c; Pink, 3?.(c;
Bnvi s, 4'..c, Butter, Uc; Limns, 5c
UANNKPUOons AinrKcus urm.
Table fruits, $2.25, 2's; Penchcs, $2.50;
Bartlctt Pears, $:i.n;; minis, ji.w.
Strawberries, $2.50; Cherries, $2; Black
berries, $2; Raspberries, if'.oo; rincap- ,
pies, $2.75; Apricots, $1.85. l'io fruit:
Assorted, $3.75 per dozen; Peaches.
$1.40; Plums, $1.25; Blackberries, $1.05
per dozen, vegetables: uorn, ii.izft
((Dl. 40, according to quality ; Tomatoes,
$1.20013.50; Sugar Peaa, $1.401.60;
String Beans, $1 per dozen. Fish:
Salmon, $1.25; snrdincs, 80c$1.40; lob
sters, $-'(2i3 ; oystcrP, $2(i2.75 per dozen.
UoiKienscu nniK: jvagie urunu,
Crown, $7; Highland, $0.75; Champion,
sO per case.
Goffhk Quoto: dostn ivica, xac;
Rio. 25c, Arbticklo's, roasted, 20c
I ka Quoto: ucijioc per pounu.
J'icki.us Quote: $1.15c 3s; $1.25 5i.
Salt Quote: Liverpool, $17, $18, $10;
Btoek, $11(312 per ton in carload lots.
Coal Oil Quote : per caao.
Itiuu Quote: 6?c per pound.
, The Bloat Murkat.
Tho meat tnnrkot la firm. Quoto:
Beef Live, 23c; dresseti, 0c.
Mutton Live, 33o; dressed, 6c.
Hogs Live, 4fs5o; dressed, 6c.
Veul 58c per pound.
Spring Lambs $2.50 each.
BUOKUD MEATS AMD LAUD,
The markot Is firm. Quotntions: East
ern Hums, i.)(j5mc; nrenkinst uu
con, 1313oj Sides, 010c; Lard, 8i
10c per pound.
The French Minister of War has do
cided in case of war that tho men em
ployed in tho coal mines shall bo dis
pensed from military service for a period
of forty days in order thnt a sufficient
stock of coal may bo secured to insure
proper railway servieo during tho whole
of tho campaign.
Tho l)iidon Tunes says: "Thero Is
no rensoti to quurrcl with tho United
Stutes over tho Mclvinloy bill, but tho
less said about friendliness and kinship
Iwtweon the two coiintr'oj tho better."
The article urges Canada to adopt' freo
trade, as she will then bo able to practl-
a 1 t. All..
cally exclude Ainencu irom competition.
John Schmidt, tho countorlolior re
cently arriHted at Louisville, Ivy., Iiiih
conf-fsed to tho police that l:o has coun
terfeited $2 certillcntes, having mtuia
$4,000 worth. lie cltilins to havo Ikjh
assisted by Miles Ogle, known as "I In
King of (Jounterleltors."
Tho Chicago Times sayj articles havo
been signed there for a match bctwwn
Jack MeAulHIo and Billy Moyer for VJr
500 a sldo and a purse of $5,000 a side
oHercd by the Metropolitan Club o Nesv
Orleans". Kach man Is to pay his own
exnotiBCs. The fight will bo with fivc
ou nco gloves, to tako placo In New Or
leans din lug tho early part of February.