Stmt, THE OREGON SCOUT Is independent in all thing?, nen tral in nothing; devoted to every cause it believes to be right a journal for the people. THE OREGON -SCOUT Has na largo ad renin t ion as any two papers in this section of the Stale combined, and is corre spondingly valuable as an adver tising medium. Hero Will tho Press the People's Rights Maintain. vol. vir. UXIOX, UNION COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, XOVEMNER (5, 1890. NO. 20. (The The Oregon Scout An Iiidriiemlcnt weeklf Jouuut, Inoiod ererjr Thursday mi ' I JONES & CJTAXCEV, Publishers ami Proprietors. im A K Jones Editor. 11. ('ium'ev, Foreman. Itiitrs of Siilxcrliitlnii. One cony one year, One c ijiy six m. uoh. ... tl SO 1 (HI uue copy liinu muntiis, -u Invariably Ciiwli tn Ail viiihm-. If bv chance fitbteriittimis ore nnt naid till cmi of year, two itullnri in 11 be cbnrijat. Kates of ailTertUi.ig inaile Vnown on application. XsT Correspondence from all nuts of the country solicited Address a'l coiumunteiitioas to the OllEUON SrorT. I'nlon, Oregon. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY, UNITED STATES. President llenjaniln Harrison of Indiana. Hkckktahv ok State James U, Itla ne of Maine. SrciiETtmr ok the TkeaiUKV William Wludom of Mlunrsota. Secketakv ok War HedHeM l'roctorof Vermont. Secretarv ok the Navi Iknjiinia K. Tiucy of New York. Secretary ok the Interior- John W. Nuhle of MI'souri, 1'o."tma8Tkr-(1kneral John WauniuaV.tr of Penn sylvania. Attornf.v-Oenerai. W. II. II. Miller of Indiana. Secretary or Aor.iccLTURE-Jeiemiah Ituak of Wisconsin. STATE OF OREGON. Senators, Congressman, Goreruor, Secretary of Slate, fJ. II. Mitchell. I J. N. Doumi. UlSOHl Herm nn SVLVEfTEK l'KNNOV ER. OfOROK.W. MCllRIIlE. . W. WEIII1. -fiunerlutendeut of Public Instruction, E. 11. McElrov. mate Treasurer, Btats rrinter, ... mnu. uimi. ( K. H. STUAHAN. 1 W. P. I.OHII. (.W. W. Thavk.u 'Supreme Judges, SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTUIOT. M. D. CLIKFOIlD Circuit Juoires, . - JamikA. Kkk. Prosecuting Attorney ... O, F. HyiiE. COUNTY OF UNION. State Senators, Representatives, Judge Sheriff, (Uerk, Kecorder Treasurer, Schcol Superintendent, Surveyor, i .Assessor, Oorouer, Commissioners, I J. Y. NORVAL. t J. H. Haley. John McAlixtek, I J. A. Wiihiht. I. N. Sanders. J. T. 11oli.es. TURNER OLIVER. J. S. Elliott. E. U. IllHINAItP. II. S. Stiunhk. J. I.. C'OHTIS. J. 1. fiUILD. JoelWewer I William Arnold. 1 John .McDonald. CITY OF UNION. Mayor, .... J. v. Kennedy. Recorder, - - - - O. I.. lIUKKMLfcE. . Marshal. .... Alien Johnson. 1 f Street Commissioner, - N. F. Ficklin. councilman. n. f. wii.son. J. u. coriiin. J, S. Elliott. a. K. Jones. J. M. t'AKROLL. S. A. PUIISEL. LODGES. IUNION LODGE, No 39, 1. (). O. F MEETS EVERY Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock WM. KALEY, N. O. 0. S Miller, Secretary. GRANDE RONDE ENCAMPMENT. No. 11, 1. O. O. F., meets on the tirst and third Turn-laya in each month. O. S. MILLER. O. P. J. 11. Tiiomi-kon, Scrilw. GRANDE RONDE VALLEY LODOE. No. 56, A F. i A. M., meets on the second an 1 fourth Saturdays every moiitb. E. W. DAVIS, W. M. R. II. 11ROWN, Secretary. GRANDE RONDE VALLEY CHAPTER, No. 20.. R. A, M., ineeta first auil third Tuesdaia each month. W. T WitUlHT, M. E. II. P. Turner Oliver, Secretary. iBLUE MOUNTAIN LODGE No. 23 K. OF P meets el cry Wednesday evening. T. II. OUAWFOKD, 0 O. Turner Oliver, K. of R, A. S. 1PRESTON POST, No, 13, O. A. It., MEETS EVERY f third Saturday lu each month as the Odd Fellows hall, JOSHUA I1KADFORD, P. U. Qeoiuie Heininuf.r, Adjutant, CHURCHES. The Methodist Episcopal Church holds services at U A. M. and 7 1. M. of eacu Sunday. Rev. A. THOMPSON, Acting Pastor. Services are held at the Presbyterian Church at U A, it and 7 1". M. of each Suiu'ay. iter J. 1 MORRIS, Tastor. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. J. W SHELTON J. M. CARROLL. SHELT0N & CARROLL, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Ottice two doors south of Postottice, Union, Oregon. Special attention given to all business entrusted to us. R. EAK1N. J. A. EAKIN, Notary Public. R. EAKIN & BR0., ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Union, Oregon. Prompt at'entlon paid to collections. DR. E. N. NORTH, RESIDENT DENTIST, Has the finest ansmthetlo for extractlnt teeth without ialn known to the profession. Will practice in all the branches of modem dentistry. Silver and gold work a specialty. Fine seu of teeth always on band. First-class work and satisfaction guaranteed. Office-Main St., Union. Or. C. U. DAY, H. D., Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon. All Call I'roraitlr Attended to. Office adjoining Jones Urns.' store. Can be found alfbu at residence in Southwest Union. I. N. CROMWELL, M. D., PHYSICIAN SAND SURGEON, OflSe one door south of Summers k Layne's store, . Union, Orefon. The Cove Drug Store JASPAR G. STEYENS, Proprietor, -nK.AI.EK 1N- PURE DRUGS, Patent JVIedieines, Perfumery, Paints and Oils, Prescriptions Cure full)- I'ropurt-il. -ALSO DEALER IN- SPORTING GOODS, -CONSISTING OK Rifles, Shotguns, Pistols and Cartridges. Imported and Domestic Cigars, Etc. Montreal Saloon Ed Remillard, Proprietor. If you want a refreshing drink or a good cigar, drop In. llllliardand pool tables for the accommodation of customers. GoftKteopia Saloon. 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 the South ADDRESS WITH STAMP. Tbe Official Immigration Department -OF FIFTEEN SOUTHERN STATES, CARL R011INSON, Secretary-, Raleigh, N. C. UnionTonsorialPariors GEORGE BAIRD, Proprietor. Shaving, Hair-Gutting and Shampooing in tbe Lasest Style of the Art. Shop two doors south of the Centennial hotel. Give me a call. City Meat Market Main Street, Union, Oregon. BENSON BROS., Proprietors, keep conhtaktlv on uand Beef, Pork, Yeal, Mutton, Sausage, Hams, Lard, Etc. The v "Blue v Light " SALOON. Wm. James, Proprietor, Union, Or. FineVWines.V Liquors Vand Cigars 7 in 7 Stock, Drop in and be sociable. Fine billiard table. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. T. McNAUGHTON, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Klein, Oregon. Alt Us promptly attended to day or nlf WILLIAM K0ENIG, Architect and Builder, Core, Oregon. Drafts, plant and dealfnj for dwalllaii and bridfe (urutsbed on appUtatlou, n-IE PACIFIC COAST. The Copper Mines of Idaho Said to be Very Fine. The Western Union Will String Another Copper Wire Prom Albuquerque to Darstow. Footpads are doing a profitable busi ness at llnenix, A. l. Ships may now enter ami clear for all foreign ports at Port Angeles. More than 20,000 sheep are feeding on Table mountain, Nye county, Nov. The survey for a ship canal to connect Lakes Union, Washington anil Dwamish, Wash., is to be begun at once. Stevensville, Mont., on the Hitter Root Valiey branch railroad, is reported to have suffered greatly from a conflagra tion. Arizona is being overrun by cuttle buyers from California, and large ship me'nts are being made to Southern Cali fornia. The copper mines of the Seven Devils district in Idaho are claimed to Ikj sec ond only to those of the Lake Superior region. City Justice Walter C. Lockwood has been indicted by the Los Angeles grand jury on tho charge of embezzling county money. The new battle ship No. 3, which is to be built by the Union Iron Works at San Francisco, will 'probably be named the California. Three boys, scarcely 20 years old, are on trial at Salem, Or., for "arson. They burned in July the cabins of Chinese railroad hands. The Portland Chamber of Commerce wants tbe Oregon Legislature to appro priate $250,000 for the State's exhibit at the World's Fair. Lumber vessels plying between Eureka and Sun Dici?o baila'st with watermelons and pumpkins on the northern trip. A large trade has been established. The Western Union Company will strintr another Conner wire from Albu querque. N. M., to Rarstow, Cal., follow ing the line of the Atlantic and Pacific. Wnuliiiurtnii in (lif nrminpd flint tho new State shall be ablv represented at flm WYirld'a Unir -lnil tfint tlw nvhihits shall be as completo as they can bo made. Mrs. Frank Dickinan is under arrest at Seattle, charged with having threo husbands, all living, to wiiom sue was legally married, and from neither ono of whoni has she been divorced. The President has appointed Charles A r.nrtir nf the firm of Garter Si Chin- man, Red Blutl', United States District Attorney tor tlie isortiiern disinci oi California, vice Carey resigned. The condition of tho strike of miners at Great Falls, Mont., is unchanged. Tho season is late, and tho contractors can cease work without much loss; there fore, it is believed the strike will fail. The stage from Solomonville to Bowie, A 'P u'nu mliluwl v twn AfrvipniiB tlu other (lay near Kreigh's ranch, seven miles from Howie. Tho mail was rilled, but tho passengers were not molested. Tn Sun Mnreinl. Snnnrn. Mexico, a coal seam six feet thick has been struck sev enteen feet below the surface ; at eighty r. t.n nti.l unMiriinit.. till; Utllllll IB 111 II UUHU (W1WII Mli body six feet deep and not through the em. The American shin City of Philadel phia, which has just arrived at Astoria, 210 days from New York, struggled for forty-one days on uape norn in an ai most continuous gale, with blinding snow storms, hail and sleet night and day. Tho Federated Trades at a meeting at Sacramento, Cal., condemned the action of tho proprietors of tho Bee, and will stand by tho printers " in whatever ac tion they may hereafter take to preserve their rights and principles as union men." Tho appropriation of $154,000 made by the last Legislature for running the Ore gon Insane Asylum for two years is ex pended. All work dono or supplies fur nished will be paid for in certificates, which will be cashed when funds aro provided by tho Legislature. In regard to tho construction of one of the coast-lino battle ships Irving M. Scott, President of tho Union Iron works Company, who is now in Washington, has intimated to tho Navy Department that he will undertake the contract on the terms proposed by tho department. Charles II. Thome and George 11. Shinn, the two criminals who escaped from San Quentln, have leon captured in Chicago. Thome, it will be remem bered, in company with Patterson robbed the Moore's Flat Btago in 1870. Patter son was hanged for killing Hanker Cummings of Nevadu City at tho time, and Thome was sent to prison for life. The force now employed In grading tho Coos BayandltOBoburg railroad from Marahfield to Coqullle City will be in creased in a few days by the addition of 500 Chinese from San Francisco. Rails for thirty miles of road are now on tho woy from the East, and tho company ex pects to have thirty miles of road run ning by April 1. Hulls for the other sixty.inilos have been arranged for, and will Ikj on hand iu due time. EASTERN ITEMS. Combination-Safe Robber Cantrht in Chicago. The Pbns for the Proposed Xew Ram Completed Colonel Shepanl Apologizes. New York has 50,000 Russian He brews. La grippe has reappeared at Burling ton, la. Tho wages of New York Central engi neers have heen advanced 25 per cent. It is intimated at Washington that Attorney-General Miller will succeed Justice Miller. The Farmers' Alliance of the South west is to establish independent stock yards at Kansas City. Chicago property owners are begin ning to feel alarme'd by the inroads the lake is making upon their real estnte. The survey of tho Pennsylvania ship canal has been eomploKd. It is esti mated that it will cost about $25,000,000. The population of Duhith, Minn., in creased in the last decade from 2,014 to :2,725, an increase of 1,1157.24 per cent. At the request of the New York Hoard of Education two of tho railroads in that city have granted low fares to children. Western sportsmen are thinking of in troducing the kangaroo family into tho Yellowstone park", if the government will permit it. Mr. Pulitzer has withdrawn from the editorship of the New York World, and the control of the World has been vested in tho executive board of its principal editors. A petition to the Governor General, praying that the sentence of death passed upon Hurchell bo commuted, is being circulated at London, Out., for signatures. Descendants of tho Pottawatomie In dians want $400,000 from the government for what was a part of their reservation now the very heart of Chicago, Cook county, 111. Tho Attorney General of Illinois holds that express companies who do a carry ing business for a lottery company are thus constituted its agents and may bo prosecuted. A teinj)orarv injunction has been is sued by the N"ew York courts to prevent the sugar trust reorganization from part ing with any assets or stock certificates of tho company. A Presbyterian minister, Rev. A. B. Cruchet, has been leading a double life at Montreal. Ilo was popular and ac complished. His expulsion from the church is assured. The .government at Washington has notified the Italian government that no Italians who have been sentenced in Italian courts will bo allowed to land at United States ports. Tho Boston Aldermen havo revoked tho license of tho Park theater, where Sybil Johnstone has been appearing in tights and a jersey as "lza" iu tho Oleinenceaii Case." A full-blooded Sioux Indian is fore man of the grand jury in tho United States Court now in session in South Dakota. This is the first instance of tho kind in this country. The Navy Department has been in formed that tho recent test at tho An napolis proving ground of tho rapid firing four-inch gun, mounted on a car riugo, was satisfactory. Tho plans are completed for tho pro posed twin-screw, armor-plated, harbor defense ram upon the design of Admiral Amnion. Advertisements for proposals aro now in course of preparation. The State of Louisiana has a popula tion of 1,110,828, an increase of 170, 8t2; tho State of Illinois, 3,818,530, an increase of 740,605 ; tho State of Missis sippi, 1,284,887, an increase of 153,290. The Now York Sun and Journal havo a rejwrt from Washington that the Pres ident will appoint Gresham to tho Su premo Court to fill tho vacancv caused by the death of Justice Miller in order to remove political competitors. Dr. Walton M. Fleming has been ar rested at New York on the charge of grand larceny In accepting money to give expert testimony as to tho insanity of Alonzo Stephani, the sou of a wealthy Cuban widow. Fleming waa admitted to bail. Colonel Elliott F. Shepanl has apol ogized to the Union League Club of New York for publishing the names of mem bers posted in the club rooms for delin quency in dueii. The Executive Com mittee recommends the suspension of of the Mail and Express editor for ten days. Lady Dilko, wife of Sir Charles Dilko, is taking active interest in lalwr organi zation in England, and has recently ad dressed crowded meetings of women. She urged them to form unions, but warned them against deserting the cause as soon as their wrongs had been righted. Tho Mississippi Constitutional Con vention has adopted an anti-lottery sec tion. It reads: 11 Tho Legislature shall never authorizo any lottery, nor ihull the sale of lottery tickets ho allowed, nor shall any lottery heretofore author ized be permitted to bo drawn ujnm ticket Bold therein, FOREIGN NEWS. Great Distress Prevailing in South ern France The German Authorities Continue Very Vigilant in Their Outlook for French Spies. The Spanish papers unite in attacking the Mckinley bill. The Queen of Roumania is to write a poem about Queen Victoria. Tests of new and remarkable guns are being made all over Europe. Cholera has entirely disappeared iu the Italian postsessions'of Africa. The German government will adopt suiiie means to restrain emigration. The prominent Irish residents of Lon don are to have a club of their own. The Portuguese impels at Lisbon abuso England with greater violence than ever. London hotel olllcials are said to con tinue their insolence to American pa trons. The statement is mado that an Ameri can has made an oiler to buy Warwick castle. General Booth of the Salvation Armv has decided to form a great inatrinionia'l agency. Uruguay has increased import duHs 5 per cent., and export duties have been rcstoied. The government of Brazil has favor ably received France's proposal for a copyright treaty. The British government has forbidden the importation into England of live cat tle from Holland. The scheme for tho duplicate of tho Eill'el tower in London is understood to have heen abandoned. The Egyptian corn crop this year is tho largest since 1885, thanks to it more elfeetivo system of irrigation. Two hundred deaths have occurred in connection with the recent heavy floods on tho lurco-Bulgarian frontier. Tho Baptist Assembly of Enirland has adopted a resolution condemning tho insii poucy oi mo government. Because Emperor William prohibited women from tailoring in government fac tories Berlin Socialists havo protested. Thousands of neonlo aro dvliiL' from cholera iu tho Red Sea country, and their bodies aro being eaten by dogs and vultures. Thoso quarters of Berlin wherein tho workingmen havo their stronuholds were brilliantly illuminated in honor of the return ot expatriated Socialists. Great distress prevails in tho regions of Southern Franco recently visited by flood, and tho French Chain'bers will bo asked to do something for tho sufferers. The Spaniards sent to punish tho na tives of Papua for tho recent massacre of a lwat's crew, killed 150 natives, and lost seven killed and nineteen wounded. King William III., who has ruled the Netherlands sinco 1840, is now declared unfit to longer control affairs. He is more of a misanthrope than an invalid. A party of Armenians and Druses at tacked the barracks nt Silonsia, Syria. Forty Turkish soldiers were killed, as was also tho Governor and treasury robbed. It is announced at Madrid that Spain will exclude American breadstuHs if tho tariff restrictions imposed bv tho Mc Kinley bill aro not taken off West India tobacco and sugar. There Is a famine in the rubber mar ket this season, owing to the failure of tho South American crop. The newly explored Congo country is a future sourco of supply, at present not easily accessible. The Roumanian Prefect, who for a sum of 2,500 roubles in gold delivered up to the Russian police a Polish refugee named Limonsky, has been sentenced to one year's imprisonment and deprived of all his honors. Ex-Consul Dr. Knapp of Samoan fame, whom Bismarck made a scapegoat when Gormany found it advisable to back down before England and tho United States, and who has accepted the German plantation companies' manager ship In South Africa, has been received by Chancellor von Caprlvl, who had a long conversation with him. The mortality in Austria iu 1880 was much less than in any ono of the ten previous years. Tho total number of cases of death was 040,787, being 39,780 fewer than In 1888, and only 27.25 to tho 1,000. On the other hand, the births numliered 808,350, or 8,449 more than in 1888. The Duke of Nassau has written let ters that lie will never resume tho re gency of Luxembourg. This removes all possibility of a contest over the suc cession to the throne of Holland in tho event of the King's death, which seems imminent. Victor Emanuel, the hfir apparent to the crown of Italy, assumed a fictitious title while traveling in Russia and Ger many not long ago. The title happened to belong by heredity to an impecunious Italian, who has now sued tho Prince for compensation for its ueo. It is understood that tho French gov ernment has decided not to renew its commercial treaties with foreign coun tries expiring in Fobruury, 1892, It is also understood that a new general tariff law will bo adopted, reductions in cus toms rates lielug granted to thoso coun tries fucilittttliiK French commerce. PORTLAND MARKET. WiiKAT Trading in tho lceil market continues light. Snippers quote: Val ley, $1.22kj ; Walla Walla, $1.17. Front Quote: Standard, $3.90 1.00; Walla Walla, $3.i;0(!$3.80 per barrel. Oats Tho market is firm. Quoto: White, 4S(.f 51c; gray,44tit4So per bushel. Mii.i.sruKFs Tho market is firm. Quoto: Bran, $17.50fi18; Shorts, $21 22; Ground Barley, $32.50; Chop Feed, $25 per ton. I Ivy Tho market is steady. Quoto: $l(inf is per ton. Vi:(iKr.viu.Ks Tho market is firm. Cabbage and potatoes nro tho principal vegetables in tho market, and aro plen tiful. Cucumbers aro nbout finished. Quote: Cabbage, $1.50 1.75 percental; Caulillower, $1.25 per dozen; Onions, 2c per pound; Carrots. $1 per sack; Beets, $1.50 per sack; Turnips, $1 per ack ; Tomatoes, 50c per liox ; Potatoes, 0c(c$l per cental; Sweet Potatoes, 2a per pound. FuitiTs Grapes, apples and pears ar plentiful. Cantaloupes and California Quinces aro out of tho market. Water melons and Peaches aro scarco, and will be out of tho market very soon. Quoto: Tahiti Oranges, $4.50 per box; Sicily Lemons, $8.50(9 per enso; Pears, lo per pound; Applos, 0085c per box; v trapes, 75c $1 per Ixix ; Pineapples, $3.50 4.00 per dozen; Bananas, $4 per bunch; double, $0; Peaclics, 90c$l.'25 per box; Watermelons, $1.502 per dozen; Quinces, $1.25 per box. Uiikksk Quoto: Oregon, ll126c; California, 0vS10o; Young Amorica, 14 15c per pound. Burnsii Tho market la firm. Quote: Oregon fancy creamery,37,HJc ; fancy dairy 324c; good to fair, 27$30o; common, 22)6 25c; choice California, 2830o per pound. Eoos Tho market la firm, and atocka have been falling off tho last few days. Quoto: Quoto: Oregon, 30c per dozen. PouivrrtY Quoto : Old Ghickons, $4.60 ; young, $2.50Qi3.50; old Ducks, $0G.5O; largo young, $707.50; Goeso, $9 per dozen; Turkoys, 14015c per pound. The Morchniullse Market. Tho market is firm, and business U good in all branches. Sua Aits Quoto : Golden 0, 5Wc ; oxtm 0, 5?bc; dry granulated, 0gc; cube crushod and powdered, 6c per pound. Diukd Fnurra Tho market la firm. Quoto: Italian Prunoa, 1214c; ro ute and Gorman Prunoa, 10c per pound: ltaisins, $2.75 per box: Plummer-dried Pears, 11 12)c; aun-drled and factory PlumB, ll12c: evaporated Peaches, 24c; Smyrna Figs, 14010c; California Figs, 9o per pound. Bkans Tho market la firm. Quote: Small Whites, 3W.4c; Pink, 3c; Bayos, 4?Yc; Butter, 3$c; Limas, 5fcc per pound. Cannku Goons Markot Is firm. Quote : Table fruits, $2.25, 2s; Peaches, $2.50; Bartlett Pears, $2.25; Plums. $1.05; Strawberries, $2.50; Chorries, $2; Black berries, $2; Raspberries, 2.55; Pineap ples, $2.75 ; Apricots, $1.85. Pie fruit: Assorted, $3.75 per dozen; Peaches, $1.42)6 ; Plums, $1.25 ; Blackberries, $1.05 pjr dozon. Vegetables: Corn, $1,20 ($1.50, according to quality; Tomatoes, $1.2003.50; Sugar Peas, $1.4001.60; String Beans,$l pordozen. Fish: Salmon, $1.2501.50; sardines, 80c$l.40; lob sters. $.'3; ovsters, $2fce2.75 per dozen. Condensed milk: Eaglo brand, $8.25; Crown, $7; Highland, $0.75; Champion, $0 per case. Hors Tho markot Is firm. Quoto: 30('t35e per pound. Hidkh Quoto: Dry Hides, solected prime, 8 9c, Kc 'CBS fr culls; green, selected, ovur 55 pounds, 4c; under 55 pounds, 3o; Sheep Pelts, short wool, 30 50c; medium, 0080c; long, 90c$ 1.25; shearlings. 10020c; Tallow, good to choice, H3)6c. Wool- Oregon Wools in Boston aro in good demand, but not at any increased cost, and aro quoted all tho way from 15 27c per pound. Quoted hero: East ern Oregon, 10010c; Valloy, 10018c per pound. Nurs Quoto: California Walnuts, 17'c; other varletiea, l..c; Peanuts, green, 12c; Almonds, 17c; Filberts, 14 015c; Brazils, 13014c per pound; Cocoa nuts, $1 per dozen. CiiANUKititiEB Quoto: Wisconsin, $9.50; Cape Cod, $12 iwr barrel. Cokfkk Quote : Costa Itica, 22)c; Rio, 25c; Arbucklo's, roasted, 20o per pound. Picklks Quoto: $1.15c 3a; $1.25 5s. SAL-r Quoto: Liverpool, $17, $18, $10; stock, $11012 per ton in carload lots. Coal Oil Quote : $2.23 per case. Rick Quote: 5c per pound. Nails Base quotations: Iran, $3.20; Bteol, $3.30; Wire, $3.00 per keg. Suot Quoto : $1.85 per Back. The) Meat Market. The meat market is firm. Quote: Beef Live. 23c; dressed, 6c. Mutton Live, 33Kc; dressed, 6c Hogs Live, 4)6 5)to; drossod, tie Veal 58c per pound. Lamtw $2.50 each. MOKKO Hit ATS AND LAJID. The market is firm. Quotations: East ern Hams, 13014c ; Breakfast Ba con, 1101lKc; Sides, 910o ; Lard, 8)6 O 10)4 Per pound. The American Uluttoa. Tho average American, although colossal eater, does not at present know how to dine. This is a homo truth which ho resents extremely, and contradict, with vigor; indeed, he is apt to introduce comparisons between tho restaurants of his own and other lands which invariably leave u large bulunco in favor of Del monico's. Still, spito of an occasioaal exception, tho Ainorlcan born gastro nome is as ruro a bird as the Amerieaa born chef of any serious pretensions. Cornhill Magazine. The paradise of railway traveling must be Lower Hungary, where the eotm paules are planting hedges of Prove roses.