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About The Oregon scout. (Union, Union County, Or.) 188?-1918 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 4, 1890)
THE OREGON SCOUT
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tral in nothing; devoted to every
cause it believes to be right a
juirnal for the people.
THE OREGON SCOUT
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two papers in this section of tho
State coinhinud, and is corre
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UNION, UNION COUNTY, OH KG OX, THURSDAY, DKCEMliKH l, 1S90.
An Inaiiulent weekly Joum.i , i.mel every Thursday
( JOXES & CHANCE V,
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Address a'l coininunlmtioas to the Oiieiiox Scout,
Pkemdknt Ileiijaiuln Harrison of Indiana.
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Secretary uk tub TkkaiVuv WUIIaiu Wiudmn
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SECliETtltr or War -Kedflel' Proctor of Vermont.
Seiketary or tiie N'avi ISenJuiilu F. Tiacy of
Secrktarv of the I.stkrior-John V. X .lle of
IVht.m stkr-Oknkrai. John Wanamaktr of Penn
s)lrania. Attorsf.v General-W. 11. 11. Miller of Indiana.
SEtitETARV of Auriculture-Jo eniiah ltusk of
STATU OK UKKOiiX.
Secretary of State,
(J. II. Mitchell.
I J. N. DoLI'll.
SVI.VF.STKU lV.NO EK.
OKOROE W. McllRIIIE.
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Auperintendeut of Public Instruction, K. 11. MoKuiov,
htata rnnter, - - - rlttK u. Iiaker.
( 11. S. t-TRAIIA.N.
Supreme Judges, - - - W. 1. Lnm,
(.W. W. TllAVKll
SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
f M. I). t'LIFFOHli
I JAMts A. Fkk.
0. F. IIri)K.
COUNTY OF UNION.
Surveyor, - :
I J. W. NoRVAL.
I J. II. Ralev.
1 J. A. WnmiiT.
1. N. SNIERS.
J. T IIOLI.E.S.
Turn Eit Oliver.
J. S. I'.LLIOTT.
11. C. IIkainarii.
H. 8. Stranuk.
J. I.. Oi.KTIS.
J. P. (!iriLt.
I William Aiincii.ii.
I John Mi-Donald.
CITY OK UNION.
J W. KENNEnr,
O. I.. IlUKKHLKE.
N. F. Kickli.v.
CO IT NCI LM EN.
II. F. WlLhON. J. H. CollMN.
J S. Klliott a. K. Jones.
J M Carroll. 8. A. Pmiuu
UNION I.ODOK, No .19, I. O, CI. F., MKKTS EVERY
Friday eenlng at 7:3 J o'clock
WM. RALEY, N. G.
C S Miller, Secretary.
C.RANDE RONDE ENCAMPMENT, No. 11, I. O. O.
F . meet! on the first and third Tuc'dsys in each
month. O. S. MII.l.Llt. C. 1'.
J It. Tiioiro.v, Scnlie.
CRANDE RONDK VALLEY LODOE, No. 55, A F. k
A M meets on the second an t fourth isaturdais
every mo tb. I'.. V. DAVIS, W. M.
R. II, Itltovt'N, Secretar)'.
ORANDE ItONDE VALLEY OIIAI'TEH, No. 20., R.
A M, meets first a d third 'I'll "dais each mouth.
W. T. Wu (HIT, M. E. 11. 1'.
Tl r.NER OLIVER. Secretary
11LUE MOUNTAIN I.C1X1K No. 28 K. OF 1
meets every Wednesday etening.
T. II. CRAWFORD, O C.
Tl USER Ouvmi, K of R. & S.
l'RF.STON l'OSV, No, 18, O. A. R., MEETS l'.VERY
(third Saturday lut-ncu nioith a, the Odd lVllotts'
hall JOSHUA IIRADFORD, 1'. C.
Georiik Heininiier, Adjutant.
The Methodist Eidscopal Church holds services at 11
A M anitl" -M of eac.i Sunday.
Rev A. THOMPSON, Acting Pastor.
Services nre held at the Presbyterian Church at 11 A,
II and 7 I. M of each Sum'ay.
Hev J. P. MORRIS, Pastor.
J W 811 ELTON. J.M.CARROLL.
SHELTON & CARROLL,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Oilice to doors south cf Postottice,
Special attention given to all business entrusted to us.
R EAK1N J. A. EAKIN, Notary Public.
R. EAKIN & BRO.,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Trompt at'entlon paid to collections.
DR. E. N. NORTH,
Has the finest ana-stbetlc for eitractlng teeth without
iislo known to the profession. Will practice In all the
branches of modern dentistry. Silver and gold work a
specialty Find sett of teeth always on band. First-class
work and satisfaction guaranteed.
( Hiiro .Main St., Union, Or.
C. II. DAY, M. D.,
Hojffiopathlc Physician and Surgeon.
' All Culls l'ronuitlr Attended to.
Ottice adjolalm Jones llro.' s'ore. Can be found
oijhu at residence In Southwest Union.
I. N. CROMWELL, H. D
PHYSICIAN .AND SURCEON,
Office one door south of Summers i. Ls jne's store,
JASPAR G. STEYENS, Proprietor,
Perfumery, Paints and Oils,
rrcscrlptloiis Cure full y Prepm-cil.
-ALSO 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.
ISilli.irdand pool tables for the accommodation of
Gornaeopia : 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
FIFTEEN SOUTHERN STATES.
CARL ROIIINaON, Secretary,
Raleigh, N. C.
GEORGE BAIRD, Proprietor.
Shaving, Hair-Cutting and Shampooing in
tbe Lasest Style of the Art.
Shop two (lours nouth of the Centennial hotel, (ilve
me a call.
City Meat Market
."Main Street, Union, Oregon.
BENSON BROS., Proprietors,
KEEP CONSTANTLV ON UANI)
Beef, Pork, Yeal, Mutton, Sausage, Hams,
The v "Blue v Iiight"
Wm. James, Proprietor, Union, Or.
Fine", 'Wines,'.' Liquors '.'and
Cigars V in V Stock.
Drop In and be sociable Fine billiard table.
T. McNAUGHTON, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURCEON,
All lis promptly attended to day or nig
Architect and Builder,
Drafts, plans and designs for dwelling, and bridge
fur untied on application.
HIE PACIFIC COAST.
A Tin Mine Discovered in theState
An Enterprising Citizen of Spokane Palls
Will Expend His Own Money in
Improving the Columbia.
The Orrjron Legislature will b? asked
to vote SUoU.OOO for the World's Fair ex
hibit. The discovery of nslest08 in the
mountains opiwsito Lyman adds another
souree of wealth to Skagit county.
The contract to build tho I'resbvterinn
Theological Seminary near San Rafael,
(Jal , lias been awarded. I he price is
Four thousand men and 920 teams nre
now employed in the construction of the
Union I'acuic extension between iacoma
The Harqun llala mines in Arizona
have changed hunds, and extensive
developments will le undertaken by the
A tin mine has been discovered in the
Rarker district in Montana, and if it
continues according to surface indica
tions, it is one of the largest tin mines
in the world.
Southern Oregon miners are excited
over the strike in silver rock made by
the San Francisco company in their
mines on Anderson creek, and a large
number of locations have been made re
cently. The Judge at Victoria has declined to
sentence six miners wiio had been con
victed a month ago of interfering with
men at work in the Wellington mines.
The men remain at liberty on their per
The Sunipter Valley Knilroad Com
panv will soon commence the erection
of their saw mill in Maker City, with a
capacity of 100,000 feet of lumber per
day. They will also erect a box factory
and planing mills.
The suit of Henrv T. Gage of Los An
geles against . I. (L Downey and others
was decided by .Judge Puterbaugh at San
JJiego in tavor ol the delendaius. The
suit is of long standing, and involves a
largo amount of Los Angeles and ban
Since going to the halibut banks oft"
Cape Flattery the Tacoma Fishing Com
pany's schooner l.ady Ueorge has tor
warded 1.500 pounds of halibut. Other
fishing schooners, notably the Georgo
Chance of Portland and tho Alice of Se
attle have not shared the Lady George's
The Puvallup Light, Heat and Power
Company has been incorporated with a
cai)ital stock of JIto.OOO, divided into
share of $100 each. The stockholders
are Fred S. Meeker, James II. Spencer,
F. O. .Meeker, lidwnrd Al. Dunn, U. II.
Ross and Lzra M. Aleeker. ihe com-
nanv expects to light Puyallun with
electricity bafore the holidays.
A large number of genuine Oregon
ohi'itsants are brought over on tho Ore
gon Pacific train from Ymuiinn daily and
shipped to Portland Utit. in the valley
these pheasants, which only a few year's
ago were abundant, are nearlv extinct.
It is supposed that the .Mongolian nlieae-
ants, which are getting plenty, have
driven tho native pheasants to the
The timber-stealing cases against tho
contractors for the Great Falls and Can
nda railroad came to an end in the
United States Court at Helena, Mont.,
after a verv short trial. The defendants
wore charged with uiilawfullv taking
timber valued at .$20,000 from govern
ment land on tho North nnd South can
yons of the Teton between February IS
and April 17 of this year.
During the thirty-four days that the
Spokane exposition was open fully 50,000
visitors from every State of the Union
beheld the products from tho Northwest.
The receipts reached about $25,000,
enough to pay running expenses and a
little' more. Tho plant cost $108,000,
while tho capital stock is only $50,000,
leaving a deficiency of about $55,000 to
bo met by the enterprising projectors.
Miss Klla M. Smith, who died at Port
land, benueathed $10,000 to tho Roys'
and Girls' Aid Society, $5,000 each to
tho Women's Union, Ladies' Relief So
ciety and the Unitarian Church, all of
that city, alwut $20,000 to vnrious per
sons, nnd tho residue of her estate for
tho erection nnd maintaining of a build
ing for tho use of tho Portland Library
Association. This Inst bequest will
amount to about to at least $150,000.
Indications are favorable for a Ixjoiii
in the John Day country. A person rep
resenting tho Union Pacific lias lately
examined the coal fields of that section
and reported favorably thereon. Tho
Union Pacific people have had an eye on
that section for some time. The build
ing of tho Sunipter Valley railroad is
generally supposed 'to bo backed by them,
and it is reorte(l that tho road will bo
extended to tho John Day at an early
Allen Weir, Secretary of State of
Washington, who is Insurance Commis
sioner, has issued an order providing
Unit all local insurance companies, which
are required by law to maintain a fixed
minimum of paid-up nnd unimpaired
capital and allowed credit upon the same
in upproved securities, shall be required
hereafter to keep such securities in a re
s)onsiblo banking or safe-deosit insti
tution, subject to order of tho Coinmis-missioner.
The Potato Crop Reported Short in
Sister Hose Gertrude Has Not Abandoned
Her Intention of Devoting Her
Life to the Lepers.
Canada has decided to reduce postage
to 2 cents.
So far this vear Chicago's real-estate
sales foot up $275,000,000.
Potatoes are now held at $1 a bushel
in Massachusetts, and there is a short
Secretary ltusk says theie is not a sin
gle case of pleuro-pneumonia in this
The Army Hoard will begin this week
to look into" the advantages of the Gulf
Coast for a gun factory.
The cost of governing New York is two
and a half times greater than tho cost of
San Antonio, Tex., believes the lionrd
to establish a site for a gun factory will
favor its establishment in that city.
Prominent speculators aptly charac
terize the present Hurry in the New York
stock market as a rich 'man's panic.
An English syndicate is negotiating
for manufacturing property worth $(!,
000,000 situated near Toronto, Canada.
Secretary Rusk notified the Depart
ment of State that the inspection of salt
pork for export began on November 10.
Secretary of the Treasury Windom has
approved tho appointment of ll5ladv
managers of tho World's Columbian Ex
position. Imrchell, who was convicted of tho
murder of the young Englishman Hen
well near Woodstock, Out., was hanged
A letter received in Hrooklyn from Sis
ter Rose Gertrude states tliat she has
not. abandoned her intention of devoting
her life to the lepers.
Several letter carriers at New York
have lieen trapped in crooked work.
They have been in collusion with "green
goods " men in carrying letters.
Tho Treasury Department has decided
that pure alcohol is dutiable at 10 per
cent, ad valorem without regard to tho
use for which it is intended.
Henry W. Sage has added $200,000 to
his previous gift of $00,000 for the estab
lishment of a department of philosophy
in Cornell University. This makes over
$1,000,000 which he has given to this in
stitution. Sensational stories have come to the
Ohio State Hoard of Agriculture of the
slaughtering and shipping to Philadel
phia of diseased hogs from several coun
ties in the State where tho hog cholera
In the signal service tho past yeif,
notwithstanding all the difliciilties, there
were only fourteen occasions on which
severe cold waves wero not predicted, 08
per cent, of all tho important cold waves
Speaking of tornadoes, General Greely
of tho signal servic- says it up pears from
the data on hand that in no State may a
destructive tornodo Ihj expected oftener
than on an average of onco in two years,
and that the area over which tho total
de-truction can be expected is exceeding
small, even in tho States most liable to
these violent storms.
Acting Secretary of tho Interior Chan
dler has decided that the mineral entry
on the Ruchaniin mine in tho Stockton
land district in California by Milton S.
Latham, having been made for tho Lon
don and San Francisco bank (limited), a
foreign corporation, must bo canceled,
as a mineral entry can not bo initdo for
a foreign corporation. A patent can
only issue upon an entry made in accord
ance with tho law.
Secretary Tracy has issued an order
increasing tho number of stars on tho
national ensign and Union jack to forty
three. Five new stars are added one
each for North Dakota, South Dakota,
Montana, Washington and Idaho. The
stars are arranged in six rovs.,tho sixtli
row containing eight stars ami ihe otlior
five rows containing seven stars each.
Attachments havo been served by
Samuel Leonard of Hoston and levied
ui)on tho plant and stock of tho Kansas
City Packing Company for $500,000.
Similar attachments wero issued against
tho Kansas City Packing and Chase Re
frigerator Company. The failure of tho
commission house of Samuel Hell & Co.
is supposed to bo resjtonsiblo for this.
Late advices from Pino Kidgo agency,
South Dakota, are to tho effect that ex
citement among tho Indians on account,
of tho New Messiah is rapidly increas
ing. Some apprehension is felt. If act
ive measures are not taken leforo by the
government, a serious outbreak may oc
cur during tho early spring, or even lie
fore. It is said, however, that tho gov
ernment has the whole situation in hand
and will at once ctrccttiallycriish out the
very first signs of un uprising,
A vote of tho members of the Western
Freight Association has showed every
road, except tho Burlington, ready to
back down and accept the terms of the
Union Pacific. The question as to
whether action could be taken without
the unanimous consent of nil lines was
referred to tho chairmen. The Hurling
ton people say that, even if tho Union
Pacllic succeeds in enforcing tho now
condition on its Omaha connection, it
(tho RurliiigUtn) will continue to ex
change truffle on tho old basis.
Prance Reduces theTariff on Tour
ists Visiting That Country.
Slot Machines Increasing in the Hritish
Empire Ilrazil Reduces Export
Duty on Coffee.
Ikmlanger has left the island of Jersey
for some unknown destination.
The Hank of France has consented to
supply Madrid with .CJJOO.OOO gold.
The Hritish troops will bo armed with
the new magazine rifles next year.
Archdeacon Farrar has been appointed
Chaplain of the House of Commons.
Fniilo Zola through excessivo reading
at night has nearly lost his eyesight.
Russia, following illustrious examples,
is preparing to revise her tarill' laws.
Stuttgart, Germany, has a lino of
electric cabs in operation.
Riotim? is fenred nt llmuculu Tl.n
c . - . ... ... ... . . .. . . in.
people aro agitating in favor of universal
Two thousand two hundred trains
leave London ordinarily every twenty
Hritish navy o dice rs have petitioned
for the privilege of wearing tan-colored
boots at sea.
The Eiffel tower is closed for tho win
ter. There was a great, falling oil' in tho
receipts last summer.
Nicaragua has sent congratulations to
the canal company on the satisfactory
condition of its work.
Brazil has reduced the export duty on
coffee from II to 4 percent., to take ef
fect after January 1 next.
Valasquoz. the famous Cuban bandit,
has been killed, and his band of thirty
four surrendered to the government.
The population of Franco remains
stationary, while tho surrounding na
tions steadily increase in population.
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nuw iiiuiK. to ihj Known as i no Asi
atic Hank, will shortly bo established
!.. lU 11. .1 .. .. . .
in at. i luersuurg wu:i a capital ol L'o.
Liverpool. Eiii'Irmd lmu -,n i;i..a ,f
, r- 1 ....... h -7 . . . t . . v ' L
the best paved streets in the world, and
ii cosiM icss l nan -iu.ijuu a year to keep
them in perfect repair.
A slight reduction in tho hy nil tnnr.
ists visiting France from England, in
cluded in the railway ticket, has been
made by tho government.
Vienna's nminliitii.n 1 IV fill tin vil Irn r f
several suburban villages now amounts
to l.IIOO.OOO. ranking as Europe's fourth
city in point of inhabitants.
The St. PotnrnLtinr enrn.uin, !.,.( nt
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i In. I.miimn IbiiK T.teu un,.u II... ,l..f....
ol the higli-tanll party in America has
depressed tho Russian tariff party.
The fifty largest libraries in Germany
possess about 12.700,000 volumes,
against England with about !,-!50,000
and North America with about 0,100,000
Slot machines are increasing all over
tho Hritish empire. One of tho newest
turns out an accident insurance policy
and time card to railway travelers for a
A company of Egyptian jugglers and
acrobats in Paris has created a sensation
by tho marvelous character of its performance-,
which aro given afternoon
Dover harbor is to bo improved at a
cost of X100.000, which is to include now
docks and a steol floating bridge for pas
sengers irom mo railway to tho Calais
The rush for Patti seats in St. Peters
burg was so much like a Nihilist out
break that many were injured and tho
ambulances went flying. It is not re
corded that the wily Czar was caught in
According to Captain Wissmann of
the African exploring party, tho para
dise of birds seems to have' been found
on the shores of lagoon communicating
with the eastern extremity of tho Albort
An immense number of applications
from young ladies in Dublin, and all over
Ireland, has been forwarded to tho au
thorities in tho Irish Capital for ap
pointment as clerks on tho forthcom
ing census in Ireland.
Professor Koch of Berlin has dis
missed as coinplotoly cured several of
the patients whom ho lias been treating
for consumption. IJis method of treat
ment will bo made public within three
Huron Nathaniel Rothschild of Vienna
lias Ikmmi under tho famous nerve cure of
Father Kneip at tho village of Waorsho
fen, near Munich. The cure, which lasts
twenty-one days, consists of walking
nlKMit barefooted, takin a daily bath in
ice-cold water, and a diet of milk and
vegetables. HU health bus been greatly
"Tho Kreutzer Sonata " wuh seized in
Galicia by order of tho Public Prose
cuter. When tho case was brought to
trial tho IiookHidleru miiM Hint (In. n..,.l
contained no attack on public morals.
mo juugo ordered the work to bo read
from lcgi nning to end, and this being
done, lie decided against tho Public Pros
ecutor and ordered tho lxnik to Ixj re
stored to tho owners. As a result Froueh
and German translations are sold now
freely, and others in Polish and Rutho
nian are in preparation.
Wiikat The market is dull and ensv
in sympathy with other markets. Quote':
.Nominally $1.20m 1.221,, for Valley and
$1.15((rl.l7... for Walla Walla. English
markets are cabled rather easier.
Fi.otTt The market is steady. Quote:
Standard, $:?.iKI((? l.00; Walla Walla, $3.(i0
(ir.l.i'O per barrel.
Oats The market is firm, and the de
mand is very good. Farmers are hold
ing back in prospects of higher prices.
Shipments to San Francisco still con
tinue large. Prices have advanced again.
Quote: White, 5.Sojl,Oc; grav, 5Uc per
Mii.i.stui-ts The market is firm, with
a free demand. Rran and Shorts havo
advanced again. Quote: Bran, $21(ii22;
Shorts. $240125; Ground Barley, $U2.50;
Chop Feed, $25 per ton.
Hay The market is steady. Quoto:
$ltl(irl8 per ton.
Vkoktahlks Tho market is firm.
OlllmiM nr.. w.nri.. Tlmr.i nwi lil,. f
other vegetables in the market to supply
mo uomanu. uote: uammge, fi.lSKa)
1.75 per cental; Cauliflower, $1 per
dozen; Celery, 50e per dozen; Onions,
2'...(it2?.,e per pound ; Carrots, $1 per sack ;
Beets, $1.50 per sack; Turnips, $1 per
sack ; Tomatoes, 50c per lxx ; Potatoes,
$1(M.10 per cental ; Sweet Potatoes, 2c
FntUTN The market is steady. Grain's
are getting scarce. There are plenty of
Oranges, Lemons, Apples, Pears mid
ii .-v.. . . mi '. . ......
iiiiiiiuiitH. vuoie: laniu uranges, .i.iK)
per box; Sicily Lemons, $8 per case;
Pears, 1 (...e per pound; Apples, 00G$85c
per box; Grapes, 75cfV(!$l per box; Pine
apples, $.5.5004.00 per dozen; Bananas,
$2.50(f;!50 per bunch; double, $0.00;
Quinces, $1.25 per lx)x.
CiiKiisi: The market is steady. Quote:
Oregon, l.l(i?14c; California, ".j10c;
Young America. 14 (if 15c per pound.
BuTTKit Tho market is firm. Quote:
Oregon fancy creamery,42la'c; fancy dairy
W.Sjc; good to fair. 27 '( JiOe; common.
22;fc'(K25o; choice California, 37c per
Eons Tho market is firm. Quoto:
Oregon, 30c ; Eastern, 27(3 per dozen.
Pou.thy Quoto: Old Chickens, $4
4.50; young, $2.504.00; old Ducks, t
(30.50; young, $7; Geeso, $!)10 per
dozen; Turkeys, i:5(7?,14c per pound.
Nuts Quote: California Walnuts,
17je; other varieties, li-,o; Peanuts, 12e;
Almonds. 17c; Filberts, 14015c; now
llrazils, 20cper pound; Cocoanuts, $1 per
I Iocs The market is steady, with
nominal prices. Quote: 3035c per
I llln,aOltMii Ttfi, 111.1.1a naliu,lnil
prime, 80?l)c, ,c less for culis; green,
selected, over 55 pounds, 4c; under 65
pounds, 3c; Sheep" Pelts, short wool. 30
(TfT.I),.. tnofliiim ftnnUI,. In,,,. CUInO,
$1.25; shearlings, 1020o; Tallow, good
... ..!...! linis..
iu ciidii'U, D((5ijC.
Wooi. Quoto : Eastern Oregon, 10
Hie; Valloy, l(I20c per pound.
Nails Base quotations: Iron, $3.20;
Steel, $3.30; Wiro, $3.00 per keg.
Shot Quoto: $1.85 per sack.
Tim MoruliiiiullHO Atnrkftt.
Suoaks Tho market is firm. Quoto:
Golden C,51!c; extra O, 5?.(e; dry gran
ulated, (i'ljc; cube crushed and, pow
dered, o-'.c per pound.
Damn Fuuirs The markot is firm.
Quote: Italian Prunes, 12)0 14c; Po
tite and German Prunes, 10c per pound;
Riisins, $2.75 per box: Plummer-dried
Pears, 110 12!?o; sun-dried and factory
Plums, 11012i;; ovapiratod Peaches,
2-lc; Smyrna Figs, 14010c; California
F'igs, 0c per pound.
Bka..xs Tho market is firm. Quoto:
Small Whites, 304c; Pink, 39c;
Bayos, 4?.fe; Buttor, 3)jjc; Limits, fijae
Oannkd Goons Markot is firm. Quoto:
Table fruits. $2.25, 28 ; Peaches, $2.51);
Bartlott Pears, $2.25; Plums. $1.05;
Strawberries, $2.50; Cliorries, $202.50;
Black lwrries, $2; Raspberries, $2.55;
Pineapples, $2.75; Apricots, $1.85. Pie
fruit.: Assorted, $3.75 per dozen; Peaches,
$1. 42 V. ; Plums, $1.25; Blackberries, $1.05
por dozen. Vegetables: Corn, $1.20
01.50. according to quality; Tomatoes,
$1.1503.50; Sugar Peas, $1.4001.00;
String Beans. $1 perdozen. Fish: Salmon.
$1.2501.50; sardines, 8Oc0$l.5O; lob
sters, $203 ; oysters, $202.75 por dozon.
Condensed milk: Eagle brand, $8.25;
Crown, $7; Highland, $0.75; Champion,
$0 per caso.
Picklks Quoto : $1.15c 3s; $1.25 5s.
Sai-t Quoto: Liverpool, $17, $18, $10;
stock, $11012 per ton in carload lots.
Coai. On. Quoto: $2.30 per caso.
CuANimuitiKS Quote: Wisconsin,
$0.50 ; Capo Cod, $12 jier barrel. 1
Cofxkk Quoto : Costa Itica, 22?o;
Rio, 25'o; Arbuckle's, roasted, JUJjfe
Rioic Quoto: $0.25 per sack or 100
Tho Moat Murket.
The meat market is Arm. Quote:
Beef Live, 2J3c; dressed, 0c.
Mutton Live, 3e; dressed, Oc.
Hogs Live, 4J6Jo; dressed, 5)c.
Veal 508c por pound.
Lambfi $2.60 each.
BMOKKI) Hit ATS AND LAHI).
The market is firm. Quotations: East
ern Hums, 1314o ; Breakfast Ba
con, lllljc; Sides, 010c; Lard, 8(u)
lOlc per pound.
Tho Bilk manufactures of Germany
havo been completely crowded out of thu
European markets by thosiiporlorchcun
iicsh and excellence of French studs.
Tho German wares are now chiefly ex
ported to South America,
Ostium Dignia. hearing of tho nego
tiations concerning Kassala, has in
structed tho inhabitants to build new
forts, and has urgently impressed upon
tho tribes the necessity of collecting
forces to defend tho district.
Of tiie 737,181 Austrians liablo this
year to military service, only 154,140.
were found to Ihj up to tho physical re
quirements, 614,088 wore released on
account of physical incapacity, and
03,581 failed to appear for examination