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THE OREGON SCOUT
Is independent in nil thins0, neu
tral in nothing; devoted to every
caueo it believes to be right a
journal for the people.
THE OREGON SCOUT
Has as largo n circulation asany
two papers in this eection of tho
State coinbinud, and is corre
spondingly valuable as an adver
Hero Will tho Press tho Pooplo's Rights Maintain.
UNION, UNION COUNTV, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVUM HE It 13, 1S90.
The Oreff on Scout
An Independent weekly Journal, liuticd vrvty Thursday
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SsT Correspondence from all psrts of tbe country
Address a'l communtaitloa to the Okkiio.v Scout,
President Ilenjamln Harrison of Indiana.
Hkcketary ok State James U. Diane of -Milne.
Hecretabv op Tint Tkkasuha' William Wlndom
Skcketaiiy or Waii RfilfleH Proctor of Vermont.
Secketaky or the Xavy llenjiiuln F. T.acy of
Secretary op the Interior- John W. Nohle of
Postmaster-Oeneral John Wanamakerof Penn
AiTORNKk OeNERAI.-W. H. 11. Miller of Indiana.
8p.cketary of Aoiucu l.TUIt K - Je emlah Kusk of
STATE OK OKKGON.
f.T. II. Mitciiei.1
1 J. N. Doli'H.
Secretary of State,
CI, W. WE HIl.
-Superintendent of Public Instruction, K. It. McKlroy.
State Printer, - - Kimnk O. Hakkr.
fit. H. Strahan.
-! W. P. Lomi.
lw. W. Thayer
SIXTH JUDICIAL DlSTKIOr.
, , M. D. Clifford
-Circuit JndBes, . - JaswhA. Fee.
Prneecutlnjc Attorney - - - 0. K. Hyiie.
COUNTY OF UNION.
Surrejor, - :
j J. W. Norval.
(J. II. ItALKV.
f John McAlJxTER.
1 J. A. Wriuiit.
.1. T. 11oli.es.
J. 8. Ki.liott.
K. O. IlRAINARD.
II. 8. Stranoe.
J. I.. UUHTIS.
J. 0. OUILI).
I William Arnold.
I John McDonald.
CITY OF UNION.
Mayor, .... j w. Kennedy.
Recorder, .... O. L. Hukkhlke.
Marshal. .... Arch Johnson.
Street Commissioner. - - N. F. Ficklin.
11. F. Wilson. J. II. Corrin.
J. S. Elliott. a. K. Jones.
J. M. Cakkoll. S. A. Pursel.
VNION LODGE, No 39, I. O. O. F., MEETS EVERY
Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock.
W.M. RALEY, N. G.
0. S MILLER, Secretary
C.RANDE KONDE ENCAMPMENT, No. 11, 1. O. O.
F., ineetl on the tirnt and third Tuesdays In each
month. O. 8. MILLKlt. C. P.
J 11. Thompson, Scribe.
GRANDE RONDK VALLEY LODGE. No. 56, A K. J:
A M., meeis ou the second an I fourth Saturdays
every month. E. W. DAVIS, W. M.
R. II. ItROH N, Secretary.
ORANDK RONDE VALLEY CHAPTER, No. 20.. R.
A. M , meets nrut a il third TutMt.it s each month.
W. T. WU GUT, M. E. II. P.
Turner Oliver, Secretary.
ULUE MOUNTAIN LODGE No. 28 K. OF P
meets every Wednesday evening.
T. H. URAWFORD, 0 0.
Turner Oliver, K. of R. & 8.
TRESTON POST, No. 18, G. A. It., MEETS KVF.RY
third Saturday In each month at the Odd Fellons'
hall, JOSHUA I1RADFOKD, P. O.
George Heininoer, Adjutunt.
The Methodist Eiilscopal Church holds services at II
A M. and 7 1". M. of eaou Sundav.
Rev. A. THOMl'SON, Acting Pastor.
Services are held at the Presbyterian Church at 11 A,
31. and 7 I. M. of each Sunday.
Rev. J P MORRIS. Pastor.
J. W SIIKLTON. J. M. CARROLL.
SHELTON & CARROLL,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Office two doors south of PostolHce,
Special a'.tentlon given to all business entrusted to us.
R. KAK1N. . J A. KAKIN, Notary I"ubllc.
R. EAKIN & BRO.,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Prompt at'entlon M to collections.
DR. E. N. NORTH,
Hat the finest amusthetio for eitractlug teeth without
lialn known to the profession, Will practice in all the
branches of modern dentistry Silver and gold work a
specialty Fine set. of teeth always on hand. First-class
work and satisfaction guaranteed.
Olllre-Miiln St., Union, Or.
C. H. DAY, H. D.,
Homoeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
r All CulU Promptly Attended to.
Office uUolnlnf Jonei llros.' stole. Can be found
nights at rtsldence In Southwest Uulon.
I. N. CROMWELL, M. D
PHYSICIAN !AND SURGEON,
Office one door south of Bummers 1 Laync's store,
The Cor e Drug Store
JASPAR G. STEVENS, Proprietor,
Perfumery, Paints and Oils,
I'rpscrliitloiiH C'urefully Prepared.
-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.
llllliaril and looI 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 bo sociable.
For Information About the South
-ADDRESS WITH STAMP
The Official Immigration Department
FIFTEEN SOUTHERN STATES,
CARL ROIUNSON. Secretary.
ltalelgh, N. O.
GEORGE BAIRD, Proprietor.
Shaving, Hair-Gutting and Shampooing in
tbe Lasest Style of tbe Art.
Shou two doors south of the Ceuteifnlal hotel, Give
me ii call,
City Meat Market
Main Street, Union, Oregon.
BENSON BROS., Proprietors,
KKKP COKHTANTLY ON HANI)
Beef, Pork, Yeal, Mutton, Sausage, Hams,
Lard, Etc. '
The v "Blae v tight "
Wm. James, Proprietor, Union, Or.
Fine'Wines,'.' Liquors '.'and
Cigars 7 in 7 Stock.
Drop In and be sociable Fine billiard table.
T. HcNAUGHTON, H. D
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Klirln, Ore ton.
All Its promptly attended to day or nig
Architect and Builder.
Draft, plant and designs (or dwellings UiJ bridge
furnished on application.
Great Incitement in New Oi leans
Over the Italian Mafia.
A Xoted Hoston Baptist Minister Forced
to Resign Because He Owned and
Drove Fast Horses.
South Dakota's opulntion is 327,848,
an increase) of 22i),5S0.
The imputation of Minnesota is 1,300,
017, an increase of 31i,244.
Secretary Tracy thinks the successor
to Justice Miller will comu from the
Mrs. Jefferson Davis has received over
45,000 subscriptions for the life of her
The New York Pasteur Institute at
New York lias treated 610 persons since
Both the Adams and United States
Express Conipnnies deny the reports of
A narrov-o;aue road is to be built
from Chihuahua to Guaymas, Mexico,
on the Pacific Coast.
A careful estimate of the corn crop in
the United States shows a much-better
yield than expected.
The population of North Carolina ac
cording to the census is 1,(317,1140, an in
crease of 15.54 percent.
The Cheyennes and Arapahoes in In
dian Territory have agreed to sell 13,000,
000 acres of their reservation.
The surveys for the proposed ship ca
nal in Pennsylvania connecting with
Lake Erie have been completed.
Commissioner McDonald says the
Southern States do not show much en
thusiasm about, the World's Fair.
Unusually severe storms are rejwrted
on the New England Coast. There are
fears that the shipping has greatly suf
fered. Burlington road oflioials say there is
no truth in the report that the" company
contemplates extensions to the Pacific
The census of tho City of Mexico lias
been completed, and it is oflicially an
nounced that the population nuiiihes
The tariff bill will so stimulate busi
ness that there will undoubtedly bo a
largely-increased demand for labor in
Chicago is getting right down to busi
ness in making ready for the fair. She
has just completed the work of licensing
Burchell, the murderer of Bcnwell, is
writing the history of his life. There is
no probability tlnit his death sentence
will be commuted.
Extensive prairie fires are raging in
the Moreau-river district of the Sioux
reservation. Vast tracts of lignite coal
have commenced to burn.
Acting Land Commissioner Stone has
issued circulars to Registers and Receiv
ers of local land offices calling for a re
duction of contingent expenses in their
Francis M. Scott, the reform candidate
for Mayor of New York, is a great grand
son of the man who steered tho bout in
which Georgo Washington crossed tho
William II. English of Indiana, ex
candidate for Vice-President, is writing
a history of Hoosierdom, for which lie is
now prowling among old records in
Mrs. Harrison accepts the Presidency
of tho " Daughters of tho American
Revolution." The motto on the seal of
tho order is: "The hand that rocks the
cradle rules tho world."
Tho census gives New Mexico a popu
lation of only 144,802, all told, including
the large and and preponderating ele
ment of Mexicans and half-breeds. It
will do to leave New Mexico a Territory.
Tho United States Express Company
has issued peremptory orders to nil its
agents not to receive money, tickets or
lists of drawings from tho Ix)uisiaua
Ixttpry Company, or in any way to as
sist in the transportation of the lottery
The annual report of General Dumont
of tho steamboat-insiH-'ction service
shows that during tho year there ivcre
tliirty-fouraccidents, resulting in the loss
of 415 lives, a decrease of fifty-six com
pared with tho preceding year. Of tho
accidents seventeen resulted from col
lisions; and 102 of tho lives lost were by
Rev. Dr. Emory J. Ilavnes, tho well
known IJaptist paHtor of Tremont tem
ple at Boston, has resigned nttho request
of tho Trustees. The)' objected to tho
Doctor's course in giving so much time
to literary work; to hiu "unclericai Do
havior in possessing and driving u span
of horses noted for their speed ;" to his
leaning toward Unrtarianism, and to his
entering into speculation which nearly
The most intense excitement exists in
New Orleans over tho developments of
secret assassination societies in that city,
ami there is danger of the lower classes
being incited to inaugurate a bloody race
war against tho Italians, Tho Mayor
lias sent a message to the Council in re
gard to tho ussassinat ion of Chief Hen
nessy, and urges uh a duty tho weeding
of these murderers out of the city. Tho
Mayor himself has received a death
The Sultan of Morocco Declines a
The Spanish Cortes Decides to Restore
tite High Tariff After the H.v
piration of Treaties.
The Argentine Congress has adjourned.
Gladstone was given an ovation at
Russia is trying to negotiate a new
gold loan in Paris.
The Britisli foreign office has recogn
ized the Brazilian Republic.
The Czar has intimated that he desires
no change in tho Servian dynasty.
The Sultan of Morocco has politely
but positively declined a French protec
torate. Several European banks have consol
idatedj and wili start a new institution
Christine Nilsson's husband has been
made Under Secretary to the new Span
England is now about to try the dubi
ous experiment of a six-penny illustrated
A movement is on foot to allow Vienna
to annex several communes which ad
join that city.
American exhibitors aro invited to
the Industrial Exhibition to open at
Lyons, France, in 181)2.
England and France are to negotiate
for tlie surrender of French l ights on
the shores of Newfoundland.
The Pope will donate 1,000,000 lire to
ward the church to bo elected in honor
of tho jubilee of his priesthood.
The ex-Ivingof Naples has contributed
100,000 francs to aid the development of
German enterprise in Central Africa.
A telegram from Middlobury in tho
Netherlands states that tho British ship
Dunrobin is ashore at Browershaven.
The French government denies that
war has been declared against Dahomey.
The expedition is to defend French sub
jects. The British authorities find it very
difficult to break up sheep stealing in
Cyprus. Tho people do not regard it as
An efl'ort is being made in London to
reduce the time for tho transportation
of mails from New York to London to
Tho Spanish Cortos has decided to re
store the high tarill' of 1877 at the expi
ration of certain treaties which remain
in force until 1802.
Tho project for an international exhi
bition at Vienna in 1805 is well under
way. Ten million dollars have been de
voted to tho purpose.
Tho North German Gazette appeals to
England not to endanger tho monarchy
of the Iberian peninsula by too exacting
demands on Portugal.
A proposal has been submitted to tho
Austrian Diet to increase tho duty on
American weavers' spools in retaliation
for tho Mclvinley bid.
Tho wedding of Princess Victoria of
Prussia to Prince Adolphus of Schauni-burg-Lippe
will take place in Berlin on
Thursday, November 20.
Cardinal Lavigerio has had great suc
cess with Jiis anti-slavery congress in
Paris. Tho French will help him to re
press tho scourge of Africa.
An international securities bank, with
a capital of 10,000,000, is to bo estab
lished in Paris. It will issue bonds cov
ered by government securities.
A thorough reform of the Prussian
system of taxation has been planned by
Finance Minister Mique), and will bo
submitted soon to tho Prussian Deputies.
At the National Library of Paris a
manuscript of the Bible 'has been dis
covered. It was written in 1250 in a
suburb of Perpignan, and is richly illu
minated. Sir Thomas Elder, the wealthy South
Australian rquatter, offers to pay the
entire cost of fitting out a largo expedi
tion to explore tho unknown regions of
Three merchants are being tried at
Warsaw who, it is stated, have smuggled
goods from Germany into Russia to tho
amount of 40,000 yearly. Tho work has
been long continued.
It is announced at Berlin that the eld
est daughter of United States Minister
Phelps is engaged to bo married to Lieu
tenant von Hunter, and that tho young
est is engaged to Baron Itzleben.
It is stated that the royal commission
ou tho blind and deaf has produced a
very favorable effect in India, and that
voluntary contributions are forthcoming
for the erection in Calcutta of an educa
tional institution for tho deaf.
Tho invention of smokeless jowdor
has sealed tho fate of brilliant uniforms
Continental soldiers. German mil
itary authorities aro about to hold a
conicrenco for tho purpose of adopting
a new uniform that will bo devoid of
bright color or conspicuous ornament.
An English company with largo capi
ta! bus taught tho petroleum fields near
Paytti in Peru, and expects to furnish
oil enough for tho whole of South Amer
ica, Australia, China and Japan. Im
indieo tank ships are being built for tho
THE PACIFIC COAST.
Oregon Ice Manufacturers Will In
crease Their Storage.
The Proprietors of the Sacramento lice
Sue the Typogrhical Union and
There are thirty-six Odd Fellow lodges
in Montana, with a membershipof 1,700.
All gambling games, including jwiker,
are to ie stopped by tho Victoria, B. C,
The municipal salary list of the city of
Tacoma under the new charter aggre
gates if:30,t)00 per year.
The population of Oregon is 1312,410;
Washington, :!4!),5t(; Nevada, 44,:$27;
Puget Sound mariners arc petitioning
for a fog steam-whistle to bo placed on
Allyn Island, ICosairo Straits.
The work of building the Union Pa
cific railroad is actively progressing at
several points between Tacoina and tho
"California on Wheels" continues to
attract much attention in tho East.
The exhibit, up to date, has been vis
ited by over 1,000,000 people.
Umatilla Indians aro now returning
from their annual hunt. Nearly all the
parties were successful in securing
enough fish and game for tho winter's
A trial now going on at Bollevue,
Idaho, it is believed, will cause tho
breaking-up of a dangerous gang of cat
tle thieves that has long infested that
Joseph L. Stillman, now being tried
at Fresno. Cal., for killing John 1). Eiske,
says his victuals aro poisoned, and ho re
fuses to eat. A strong caso of insanity
will likely bo mado out by his lawyers.
No less than eighty-nino newspapers
wore started in tho State of Washington
between January 15 and Juno 15 of pres
ent year. Of this number fifty-seven
havo'bocn started westof the mountains.
Row W. II. Sampson has presented
tho new Paget Sound Methodist Uni
versity, which was opened at Tacoina
recently, witli a theological reference
and general library, including some rare
works now out ot print.
Ico manufacturers in Oregon will in
crease their storage capacity. Largo
buildings are to lo put up at cjelilo, on
tho Upper Columbia. Tho demand for
ico used in shipping fish and by butchers
has rapidly grown until it cannot be
The ItaptiHtH ol uregon Hold a meeting
and decided to raise $175,000 for tho
founding of a Baptist college at fort
lund. and to ask tho National Baptist
Educational Society to give them $75,000
more conditionally ou their raising the
Another opposition steamboat will ply
on tho Willamette river this winter. J.
Eldridge of Champoeg and Abernethy
Bros, have purchased the steamer Salem,
and will commence a carrying business
between tho up-river points and Port
land as soon as the rivor reaches a good
Tho Columbia Waterway Association
is in annual meeting at Oregon City. A
strong memorial to Congress has been
adopted urging an ample appropriation
for the completion of tho locks at tho
Cascades, of the portage railway at The
Dalles and tho jetfy at tho mouth of the
Columbia river; also tho improvement
of tho Willamette river.
M. Sanders, injured in tho Northern
Pacific wreck some time ago, was
awarded $2,500 in tho Superior Court
in Seattle. Tho railroad company re
fused to settle, and Saunders took" pos
session of a live engine standing in the
yards on an execution issued by tho
J. D. Spreckels and brothors of San
Francisco, agents of tho Oceanic line,
have received sufficient encouragement
in regard to the prospective passage of
the shipping bill to warrant them in
closing a contract for another year of
mail service with Now Zealand, without
subsidy aid from New South Wales and
other Australian colonies.
Tho United States Circuit Court at
Tacoma, in the tide-lands caso there,
holds that under the land laws of the
United States tho lino of high tido is
tho lKiundary between land and water,
and that an act of Congress cannot bo
so construed as to authorize tho entry
of mud flats, or tide lauds bare at low
tido, but subject to daily overflow.
There will l many moro trees planted
in tho Rogue River valley this year than
last, and tho nurserymen aro beginning
to receive largo and numerous orders
already. As for prunes, tho largo acre
age to be planted witli them, with in
Oregon and California, is understood to
have exhausted tho supply by this time
everywhere. Winter apples and peaches
are the principal selections for planting
in tho Rogue River valley.
It is proposed to locate another secta
rian school ut Walla Walla. A commit
tee from tho Seventh-Day Advontists'
Association met witli a committee of cit
izens of that town recently, and stated
that for a subsidy of $50,000 tho school
would Ihj removed from Milton, its pres
ent location, to Wulla Walla. That town
bids fair from present indications to bo
come celebrated in the course of a few
years tu a university town, this making
the second fecturiuu college utt hut place,
besides the other good schools there.
Wiikat The market continues quiet,
with a slow export domond. Snippers
quote $1 22 for Valley, and $1.17. for
Fi,oi: it Quote: Standard, $3.00(114.00;
Walla Walla, $:!.(Ooc:3.SO per barrel.
Oats The market is firm. Quote:
White, 4S(cf51e; gray, 4ti(ci4Sc per bushel.
Mii.usTUFKs The market is firm.
Quote: Bran, $17.50((?18; Shorts, $21(i$
22; Ground Barley, $32.50; Chop Feed,
$25 per ton.
H ay Tho market is steady. Quote:
Ruttkk Tho market is firm. Quote:
Oregon fancy creamery ,42'ijc; fancy dairy
37 '" ; good to fair. 27lu(f30c: common,
22iu(i2go; choice California, 2S30c per
$1(1(?18 per ton.
Etuis Tho market is firm. Quote:
Oregon, 30c per dozen.
Poiuruv Quote : Old Chickens, $4.50 ;
young, $2.50(i.3.50; old Ducks, ?0G.5O;
largo young. $7(37.50; Geese, $0 per
dozen; Turkeys, 1415c per pound.
Vkciktaiilkh Tho market is firm.
Cabbage and potatoes aro tho principal
vegetables in tho market, and aro plen
tiful. Cucumbers aro about finished.
Quote: Cabbage, $1.501.75 percental;
Cauliflower, $1.25 per dozen; Onions,
2c per pound; Carrots. $1 per sack;
Beets, $1.50 per sack; Turnips, $1 per
sack ; Tomatoes, 50c per box ; PoUtoes,
80c(?$l per cental; Sweet Potatoes, 2c
Fkuits Grapes, apples and pears aro
plentiful. Cantaloupes and California
Quinces are out of tho market. Water
melons and Peaches are scarce, and will
be out of tho market very soon. Quote:
Tahiti Oranges, $4.50 per lxx; Sicily
l-omons, $8.OO0fO per caso; rears, ljcs
per pound; Apples, (!085c per box;
Grapes, 75e(I'$lper Iwx ; Pineapples, $3.50
("i-c.uu pcrciozon ; nainuias, per uuncu;
double, $(1; readies, 00c$l.25 pc
r Ik)x :
Watermelons. $1.()0(S2 per dozen;
Quinces, $1.25 per box.
OuuHsu Quote: Oregon, ll12,'Ce;
California, O'fjOlOc; Young America, 14
15c per pound.
DniKP Fkuits Tho market is firm.
Quote: Italian Prunes, 12Jij14c; Pe
tite and German Prunes, 10c per pound:
Raisins, $2.75 per Iwx: Pluininer-dried
Pears, 11 (ii 12l.jc; sun-dried and factory
Plums, ll(7il2c: evaporated Peaches,
24c; Smyrna Figs, 1416o; California
Figs, 0c per pound.
Bkans Tho market is firm. Quota:
Small Whites. 34c; Pink, 8?Yc;
Bayos, 4?.c; Butter, 3.jc; Liinaa,
The Meroliiinillan Market.
Tho market continues firm and steady.
and business is brisk. There aro somo
changes in sugars ; Golden C and Extra.
C have advanced ?c per poiuicl. Also
in canned goods, sardines nave ad
SuciAits Tho market is firm. Quoto:
Golden 0, Sc; oxiraC, 6!jc ; dry gran
ulated, (inc: cube crushed and pow
dered, 0?Bc per pound.
tJANNKP Goons Markot is nrm. uuoto :
Tablo fruits, $2.25, 2ls; Peaches, $2.50;
Uartlott l'ears. 2.2a: riums. l.oo:
Strawberries, $2.50; Cherries, $2; Black
berries.; Raspberries, $2.05; 1'ineap-
ples. $2.75: Apricots. $1.85. Pie fruit:
Assorted, $3.75 per dozen; Peaches,
$1.42.i. ; Plums, $1.25; Blacklwrries, $1.(15
per dozen. Vegetables: Corn, ijl.zu
($1.50, according to quality; Tomatoes,
$1.203.50; Sugar Peas. $1.4001.00;
String Deans,! nor dozen, l'ish: Salmon,
$1.251.50; sardines, 80c$1.40; lob
sters, $J((J3 ; oysters, $22.76 per dozen.
Condensed milk: Eagle brand, $8.25;
Crown, $7; Highland, $0.75; Champion,
$ per caso.
Hops 1 lie market is nrm. Quoto:
3035u per pound.
Hides -Uuoto : Dry Hides, selected
prime, 80c, )c less for culls; green,
selected, over 55 pounds, 4o; under 55
pounds, 3c; Sheep' Pelts, short wool, 30
50c; medium, 0080c; long, 00c$
1.25; shearlings. 1020o; Tallow, good
to choico, 33jC
Wooii Oregon wools in Doston aro in
good demand, but not at any increased
cost, and are quoted all tho way from 15
(uj27c per pound. Quoted hero: iiiist-
ern Oregon, 1010c; Valloy, 1018c poc
MJTS Quoto: ualilornia walnuts,
17c; other varieties, 13c; Peanuts,
green, I20; Almonds, 170; filberts, 14
15c; Druzils, l.I14c per pound; Cocoa
nuts, $1 per dozen.
CitANiiKimiKs uuoto: Wisconsin.
$0.50 ; Capo Cod, $12 per barrel.
Uoffhk uuoto: uosta uiea, zzm-c;
Rio, 25Ho; Arbucklo's, roasted, 2(cj
ricKLKs uuoto: fi.toc aa; ft.zo us.
Salt Quote : Liverpool. $17. 18. $10:
stock, $1112 per ton in carload lots.
Coal uii Quoto: fz.zis per case.
Kick Quote: 5Jc per pound.
Nails Baso quotations: Iron. $3.20:
Steel, $3.30; Wire, $3.00 per keg.
Shot Quoto: $l.Ho per sack.
The Aleut Murket.
Tho meat markot is firm. Quoto:
Beef Live. 2t3c; dressed, Go.
Mutton Live, 33&o; dressed, (1c.
Hogs Live, 4)jj5o; dressed, 0c.
Veal 58c per pound.
Lambs $2.50 each.
SMOKED MEATS AND LAUD.
The market is firm. Quotations: East
ern Hams, 13(314c ; Breakfast Ba
con, llllKc; Sides, 010c; Lard, Sdi
lOJtfc per pound.
ttorltti u-ltli Ifu 1 nOO (Vtfl lnlinlittni.t.
bus 1,308 physicians, 107 dontists and
120 licensed apothecaries, ror every
10,000 persons there aro therefore 0.31!
physicians and four-fifths of an apothe
cary, 'lliere uro thirty-lour hospitals,
wiiu -1,0.10 oecis, in uie city.
Tho present economical con lition of
Franco is considered unusually favorable
by her statesmen. The harvest this year
was about 120,000 hectolitres (lOOouurta)
of grain, tho largest of tho last decade.
Tho export of 'manufactures has in
creased as well as tho iuutort of raw ma
terials. Almost $500,000,000 lie in the
savings banks. Tho railway profits have