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THE OREGON SCOUT
Is iii Iepet"lent in all thines, neu
ttal in nothing; devoted to every
cause it believes to be right a
I journal for the people.
THE OREGON SCOUT
Has h8 I a rue itcimilnttoti as any
two papers in this section of tbo
State ceinhimd, and is corre
spondingly valnablo as an adver
Horo Will tho Press tho People's Rights Maintain.
UNION, UNION COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, PKCBMHHH 2o, 1890.
The Oregon Scout
An Iml-eniicrit wceklr Jomnj . luwl crery Thursday
morning I y
JCVNES & CJIANCEV,
Publishers mid I'rnjitietora.
A K Jon en, Editor.
II. (!n tsi'KV) Vorenian
Kiitfi of Sllli-iilplloll.
One copy one ytar,
One c iy s x m. uolis,
One copy three mouths,
liiviii-litlily Cali In Aliuir.
If by ehatwe nibtrriiitinnn nrr vol jxn'rl till end
of yrar. tico dollars u ill be charge I.
Hates o( mlti-itning m.ide knonii on application
ilf Oorrefpondence from all puts of tne country
AiMress n'l coiiumiiilnitiojs to the OliKuoS St-orT,
President llrnjanilii Harrison of Indiana.
HhfKETAHV of HTATK-Jiune J. 111.1 ne of Maine.
Mkc-iiktakv or tub Tit KAiunV William lnd Jin
of MlnmBo'a. . . .
Suchetauv or WAIt -Uedliel' Proctor of ermont.
Si.rKF.TAHV of Tim Xav -llenjjiiila K. Tuicy of
New York. ,,..,.
Heckktakv of the iNTF.moK- John . SMe of
Missouri. . , ,
PoitmasTkMIenkiiAL-JoIhi Wanamakerof Perm-
SATrouNEV Okneiu.-W. II. II. Miller of Indiana.
HK.citF.T4RV of AnmcOLTUUB-Jesenilah Husk of
STATU OK OKKOilN.
fj. II. Mitchell.
I J. N. Dolimi.
CoigreRman, - - H.mikh Hehmann.
OoTeruor. - Svlvf.ster I'ksmh kk.
Secretary of Si ate, - Ui.onuK . McHlilliK.
htote Treasurer, - - ., d. W. Wkhii.
Suiierlutendeut of PiiMIe Instruction, 1.. II. MeLuui.
8tat.lT.nter. - - - V 1;
fcnpreme Judge,. W.
SIXTH JUDICIAL DI8TIUOT.
M. I). Clifford
I jAMrrt A.
0. K. Hviie.
COUNTY OK UNION.
J J. V. NOHVAI,.
I J. II. It A LEV.
1 J. A. WUIIIHT.
I. N. SANIIEItS.
.1. T. IIOLI.F.S.
J. S. Kl.LIOTT.
K. O. llllI.VAIU.
II. H. KTItANIIK.
J. 1,, Ui'llTIN.
J. I). fSUILI).
Joel Weave it
I Willi m Ak.nolii.
I John McDo.nai.d.
Surveyor, - :
CITV OK UNION.
J W. Kf.snehv.
0. L. 11i,ki-.si.kk.
N. K. FK'KLIN.
J. II. OollMN.
A. K Jones.
H. A. l't'ltsEL.
II. F. Wilson.
J. H. Klliott.
J. M. UA3KOLL
UNION LODOK. No 39. 1. O. O. F , MEKTrJ KVKKV
Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock Q
O S Miller, Secretary.
GRANDE IIONDiriiNOASll'MENT. No. 11, 1. O. O.
F meet! on the lirst and third Tuj--li in each
month. 0. H. MILLhK. 0. P.
J. II. Thompson, 8crile.
OltANDE KONDK VALUIY LODCIK, No. 66, A F. &
A M., meets on the fcecoud nil t fourth naturdajs
eery ino..th. K. W. DAVIS, V . M.
K. II. linnw.v. Secretary.
CIKANDK ltONDK VALLKYOII UTKR, No. 20 .11.
A. M., meets first a d third Tu -lavf each month.
. T , I. li 111 , 1.. II. A
TURNER Olivek Secretary.
Ill.TTE MOUNTAIN I.CDOK No. 28
.meets ever, WrfuetUaiIng Q Q
Turner Oliver, K. of It. & S.
ESTON POST. No. 18. O. A H.. MEETS KVEHY
third Saturday I JST
Oloroe IIeininoer, Adjutant.
i m. and 7 I'. 51. of eao.i Sunday
ti.. MbIIwuI jt i:ti
iscopal Church holds services at 11
Itev. A. TIIOMl'SON. Acting j-ustor.
eac.i rsunuay . .
Services are held at the I'reshyterian Church at 11 A
M and 7 1
ltev. J. 1'. MOIUIIS, l'astor.
J. W. SIIEI.TON. J- M. OAUItOI.U
SHELTON & CARROLL,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Office two doon south of I'ostollice,
Special a'.tentlon given to all huslness entrusted to us,
It. EAK1N. J A. EAKIN, Notary I'uhllo.
R. EAKIN & BRO.,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
lVompt at'entlon pUl to collections.
I Us the finest anaatbetlo for "l".1
iwiiu known to the profession. W III practice In ll the
lnri,... mo.lem dentutry. Hllferanii u yi
ilalty Kliw set of teeth always on hand,
work and satisfaction guaranteeu.
OlMre Mnln SI., Union, Or.
C. II. DAY, H. D.,
HomoBopathlc Physician and Surgeon
All CulU l'romptlr Atteinletl to.
OfHco adjolnint JonM Ilroa.' sore. Can be
nlghU at residence In Southwest Union.
I. N. CROMWELL, H. D
PHYSICIAN !AND SURGEON
Office one door south of Hummers t Layne's itorf
The Co vc Drug Store
JASPAR G. STEYENS, Proprietor,
Perfumery, Paints and Oils.
l'rest riptlons Cnrrfullr rrinirfil.
-ALSO DEAM'.U IN-
Rifles, Shotguns, Pistols and
Imported and Domestic Cigars, Etc.
Ed Remillard, Proprietor.
you want a refreshing drink or a good cigar, drop In.
ltllllard and pool tables for the accommodation
William Wilson, Proprietor.
Finest of Wines,
Cigars Always in
First-class billiard table. Drop In anil lie sociable.
or Information About the South
ADDHF.SS WITH STAMP.
The Official Immigration Department
FIFTEEN SOUTHERN STATES.
CARL nOHINaON, Secretary.
Italeigh, N. C.
GEORGE BAIRD, Proprietor.
Shaving, Hair-Cutting and Shampooing In
the Lasest Style of the Art.
Shop two doors south of the Centennial hotel.
me a call.
City Meat Market
Muln Stn-i't, t'nlon, Ort-Kon.
BENSON BROS., Proprietors,
KKK1 CONnTAMLV ON UANU
Beef, Pork, Yeal, Mutton, Sausage, Hams
The v " Blue 7 Light
Wm. James, Proprietor, Union, Or.
Fine', 'Wines,'.' Liquors'. 'and
Cigars '.' in '.' Stock.
Drop In and be sociable Fine billiard table.
T. McNAUGHTON, H. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Alt lis promptly atten Jl to day or nl
Architect and Builder,
PrafU. plana and dealfna (or dwelllngi and
f urnbbbd ou appUoaUon.
THE PACIFIC COAST.
Alleged "Destroying Angel"
on Trial at Ogden.
The Congressional Committee on Immigra
tion n Work Taking Testimony
on Labor Ouestions.
Seattle niul Tncomti nro now t:kaninee
Silver City, . M., is has leeii lnvinr
baby show and incidentally a liot in
consequence ot it.
A 11 old miner worked out $5 worth of
ne told from the sand of the Los An
geles river recently.
The United States Consular Agency at
ancouvcr, 15. C, is to be changed into
The nii'ic.liant of Portland are to in-
estigate the discriminations against
that citv by the railroads.
The people of Seattle talk of raising
OO.OJO toward establishing a sugar re-
nery. 1'arties in nawau proiintje 10
lise'tho other .f:00,000 necessary.
The teachers of Spokane Palls are on a
rike. Thev have resolved that no po
tion shall be accepted for le.-s than iffiO
per month. The present average is !f.J0.
Mrs. Elizabeth llollenbeck, widow of
E. llollenbeck. at Los Angeles has
seded in trust about 7r0,000 worth of
roperty to found a home for indigent
omen and liomeieas cnuiiren.
Editor Gill of the Phamix (A. T.) lte-
nJiliivin has to answer an indictment
for libelinc ex-Chief-.Iu tice Wright, be
sides four indictments on charues pre-
rred bv ox-Governor Zuhck of the same
Judeg Kibbev of the District Court
as deemed me inree suns oi mjim
iniiiist Hrnsius. Piiinev and Kales for
he possession of tracts of land in and
about the citv of Phienix, A. 1 ., against
The Presbvterv has erased the name
f Rev. D. L. Mlinro, the Stockton min
ister, who made a sensational conietsion
i few fcjundavs ago, iroin rou oi uie uiin
strvnnd dissolved his relations with the
In the case of S. Alattingly against the
estate of the late Thomas 11. liiytno to
recover .fli'fi.OOO for commission on an
arranged sale of stock of the Blue Jacket
Mining Company the jury found a ver
dict for the plaintiff for his claim in full.
M. R. Higging of Los Angeles, a na-
ivi. nf Ohio. !57 vears ot aire, has been
itmointed secretary to Governor-elect
Markhain, and it is stated he will con
tinue in that position after Colonel
Markhain assumes the duties oi ins ot
iice. Governor Waterman has pardoned II
lallngher, sentenced from Placer county
n F.dirimrv. 1S80. to tho Stato prison
for lifo for the crime of murder, and also
Dennis O'Neil, sentenced from SanFran-
isco n November. 188:5, for twenty years
for the crime of murder.
The Salt Lake Tribune has been sued
for .$15,000 damages on account of an al
leged libel on Father Gatien, who went
to Salt Lake and old town-lot certificates
in Spokane Falls, lie was said bv some
Catholics to bo a fraud, and tho Tribune
Tr n. C. O'Donnell has filed an appli
cation praving for a special session of tho
Superior Court to count the vote cast for
Mavor of San Francitco at lato election.
O'Donnell, who ran as an independent
inundate, claims tnar, ne, ami not uiu
... . it...
Republican candidate, is entitled to tho erection of suitable buildings for a mill
n.rriw.!iti nf nleetinn. The case will bo 1 tarv post at San Diego, Cal.
heard on the 15th instant.
Harold Jensen and four other seamen
have filed libel suits 111 tho United htates
District Court at San brancisco against
the American schooner Edward E. Web
ster. Thev shipped lrom tniu port lor
Alaska, but were put ashore at coal Har
bor because they refused to go on a seal-
poaching expedition to lieiiring sea.
They now aemanu ineir wages.
Tim CnnL'ressional Committee on Im
migration took tho testimony on the Chi
nese and labor questions last week of the
leading citizens of Taconia. All of tho
testimony was against tho Chinese. A
majority ot tnoso questioned uy mu
committee expressed the Dellei unit
more than 1 per cent, of tho population
of Taconia are now out of work.
It is reported at Portland, Or., that
TTnvi tino-ton houi'ht the Oreironian rail
way lines for tlio Southern Pucific, but
. . . T! 1 ..l.l ....4
that some oi 1110 nirectois numu m
take the property, whereupon ho began
extending the road with the intention of
making it a transcontinental lino, wnen
th Southern Pacific concluded to take
tho property ofif Huntington's haiubi.
nnrlni' tho month of November tho
Vnrlliorn Pnc i fit; freight department at
Taconia received 1!55,707,000 pounds of
freight and forwarded 17,084,078, Increase
over last year for same month of 111,012,-
275. The casn receipts ou Kinpiiieiim
were for November, 1800, $5l),81D.:5o, and
on freight received, $202,(i0:i.44, an in
crease of $80,273.07 over last year'H buel
nets. There aro six miles of the roadlwd of
tho Tacoma and Eastern railway gruded
from tho head of Commencement bay
southward to tho heavy timber. The
road will bo completed within sixty days,
as a large portion of tho rails are now on
board the Henry Villard at Seattle.
Early next year a logging uiiuinos will
bo commenced on a largo scale. Later a
11 will ho added to accom
modate tho small settlements growing
up along the line.
Vermont's Legislature Passes the
Australian Ballot Hill.
The Farmers Movement In
Said to Have Swept
Wave of l:ire.
Jav Go Id's stock purchases during a
few weeks are over hM00,000.
Uncertain State legislation is all'ecting
business enterprises in Nebraska.
Seats tion the New York Stock Ex
change can be bought cheaper than ever
The penitentiaries of Texas havo con- j
tributed $71,000 to the Stato treasury tho
Schaefer defeated Slosson in the bill
iard match at New York, the bcoro stand
ing 800 to 000.
August Pelmont'fl stud of racing
horses is to lw sold to comply with the
Shares of stock in the Louisiana lot
tery have fallen from if 1,400 to a little
less than $400.
Tho report of tho Commissioner of
Pensions shows that 21,000 pensioners
died last year.
Henry George's newspaper, tho New
York Standard, is likely to go under for I
want of patronage.
The police census of Baltimore makes
the population 455,427, or 21,270 more
than the Federal census.
At Texarkana, Tex., a large number of
colored voters, it is said, were auctioned
oil at a county-scat election. j
Internal-revenue receipts for the llscal i
year 1800 amounted to over $142,000,000, !
against $1152,000,000 for 18S0. j
Tho addition to our currency since
August II! bv tho issue of silver certili
cates is something over $10,000,000.
An English syndicate oilers to estab-,
lish a big cannon foundry in Alabama if
tho government will guarantee business.
The Board of Managers of the Swarth
more (Pa.) College has elected William
Dudley Field to the Presidency of the
The United Statei has paid oil" $0!0,
(!00,000of its debt since 1880, or more
than one-half. Tho nation now owes
A monument to tho Confederate dead
is to bo erected at Pensacola, Fla. It
will cost upward of $5,000, and will be
about forty-six feet high.
In Eastern Montana, South Dakota,
Iowa and Minnesota heavy snows aro re
ported, with tho temporaturo ranging
from 0 to 2a degrees a novo zero.
It is proposed to consult tho Toronto
ratepayers as to the disposal of the
street-railway franchise, plant and prop
orty at the next municipal elections.
An order cutting down oxpenses will
throw 100 more men at Omaha In tho
Union Pacific odice out of employment.
The reduction in the past few days has
beon 200 men.
A eon of the lato General E. O. C. Ord
1ms recently been promoted from the
ranks in tho United States army to bo a I
Second Lieutenant, and some dissatis
faction is expressed.
Representative Vnndevor has intro
duced a bill making an appropriation of
$700,000 for the purchapo of land and tho
iUl. UIIIJ lllliu ikiuiciin i
Alliance people elected a Judge who
never studio law, but they havo also
XTn A..1, I..,..,. 4lw, I.-nticna TT,i r.iinfu
elected four Prosecuting Attorneys who
a e not niemlwrs of tho bar.
A number of St. Louis wholesale liq
uor-dealing and compounding firms havo
combined against tho trust and formed
the Central Distilling uompany, and win
go into tho distilling business.
Representatives of tho principal smelt
ers of tho country met in Chicago re
cently to form a combination to prevent
such wide and rapid fluctuations in
prices as the business is subject to.
The President has directed tho removal
of Joseph II. Wilson, United Mates Dis-
trict Attorney for tho Eastern District of
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Texas on 1110 grounu 01 ihh iiegiuct 01 1
d ty IlUd lliaucuiiun 10 numv iiuun-nin,
C. P. Huntington expresses himself as
well satisfied with tho changes made in
the Pacific Mail Board of Directors. Ho
also looks upon Gould's co.itrol of the
Union Pacific as favorable to his inter
ests. In tho will of the lato millionaire
leather merchant, I). II. Fayerweather,
who died at Ithaca, N. Y., $fOO,000 out
riulit and $100,000 provisionally aro le-
1 . 1 t 11 1! ... ....1.11.. I..l,a,,ti. i
I lieved to havo Ikjou left to tho Cornell
Tho records show that from July 4,
1770. to June .'50, 188(1, tho Indians cost
tho government $021).2:!0,000, or about
$1,Q00 for every one of that race in tho
country at tho time of the first white
There is a project to construct a ship
canal across Now Jersey from the Dela
ware river to the Atlantic. Tho scheme
was first suggested by merchants of
Philadelphia, who desire a shorter water
route to New York.
Tho introduction of complicated weap
ons on eaillesH men-of-war demands a
change in the trnining-of crews, and the
subject promises to show great diversity
of opinion between naval officers, many
of whom think therods no further need
of crews of sailors.
Americans Buying Grazing Linds
A Paris Newspaper Says That the Pope
is in Pavor of a Union of
Church ami State.
Americans have bought 500,000 ncrcs
of grazing land on tho Itio Grande, State
of Coahuila, Mexico.
The small-pox epidemic is raging all
over Salvador. New cemeteries are be
ing provided in which to bury the dead.
Lc Poir of Paris states that the Pope
will xlmrtlv iiinkn n ilollniln Htiiti'lnmit in
favor of Cardinal Lavigerio's policy of
the union of church and state, 'lhe
Panal Nuncio has reuuest'd ltishop
Freppel to cease his oxtremo opposition
to the Republic.
England's military garrison in Ireland
is numerically larger than the regular
army of the United States.
On and after January 1 next Callao
will bo the only port through which
opium will be allowed to be imported
The great money lottery of tho city of
Hamburg, Germany, is bidding to lo
the successor in this country of tho great
Advices from tho Congo Free State
report tho natives are still rebellious and
lighting is going on between them and
the forces of tho State.
Yearling prices havo risen in England
to the point that a Mr. Marshall coolly
advertises a yearling filly by Ormonde,
from Sereno b"y Hermit, for 4 ,000 guineas.
A dispatch says that an English war
vessel has gone to Now Hebrides to punish
natives lor an act of cannipalisin, two
men, an English trader and his son,
having been killed and eaten on 0110 of
Tho iolice of Amsterdam havo made
another raid on tho Socialists and seized
hundreds of revolutionary manifestoes
and posters. It is believed a widespread
conspiracy against the government has
Two hundred and sixtv-soven barrels
of gold, worth altogether $7,140,000, re
cently passed through Kojnigsburg from
St. Petersburg for Loudon. Tho money
was packed in three ars, and was at
tended by a military escort.
I The Russian Minister of tho Interior
has issued an edict making compulsory
1 for overv householdor in villages to havo
Itwo rows of trees planted around his
i house. This is to prevent tho numerous
destructive tires in small towns and vil
President Carnot has signed tho bill
granting to Greece tho benefits of tho
most favored nation clause until Febru
ary, 1805, on condition that Greece re
ciprocates by admitting Irjneli wines
free and reducing tho duties on laces 75
per cent, and on velvets 50 per cent.
Tho Snanish iroverninont has ordered
tho erection of a now and first-class
liihthotiBO at Cane Yillano in order to
movent freuuent wrecks that occur oil"
that coast. Tho present light is of an
inferior class, and tho loss of H. M. S.
Serpent is ascribed to tho dimness of a
The Enrl of Lathom is building in the
Islo of Man a tower ton stores high,
each story of which will he consecrated
to 11 stiocial usane. One will bo a thea
ter, another a restaurant, still another a
concert room, and tho tops ory an obser
vatory, capped by a lighthouse. Tho whole
edifice will cost !f-iuu,uuu.
Two persons in tho disguiso of peas
ants, who were arrested for loitering 111
the vicinity of AnnitchkoH' palace, in St.
l'l'tersburir. proved to bo secretly armed.
and 0110 of them is suspected of being
tho Nihilist conspirator Kalchkofif, who
recently escaped from prison
Josef de Navarro, tho ox-inilllonairo
builder of tho Navarro Flats and tho
father-in-law of Mary Anderson, was
taxed recently upon $10,000 personal
property. This was remitted by tlio
court at Now York on his statement that
t... ! t .. ..ti. ., .i.n ,i,wi iiiwi rnnnn
ho is not worth a dollar and had $50,000
in judgments against him.
An official census has establish! d the
fact that there existed in Russia, in E
rope, in Poland and in CaucastiH 180,872
blind personBof both sexes 94,500 males
and 1)5,810 females whereas thore aro
onlv 188.812 blind persons in tho whole
of Western Europe and 22,401 in the
Sir Mackenzie "Wallaco, chief of tho
British stall accompanying tho Czaro-
witz on his Indian tour, has arrived in
Euvnt on his way to Itombay. Sir Mac-
kouzin will act as tho Queen's represent
ative in introducing the Czarowitz to tho
native rrinces, auu win accompany nun
on all occasions.
Tho North Metropolitan Tramway of
London has completed the orcanizat on
of a society for tho benefit of its thousands
of employes, ino company pears all tlio
olllco expenses. Each meinler of the
society subscribes (1 ponco weekly. If
one is sick or disabled, 2 shillings and (j
ponce a day for thirteen weeks, and half
Uu amount tor tnirieen wcckb ioiiow
int.'. with free medical attendance.
given, Tho company has given the ho
ciety a start wltn a coinripuiion 01 Jti
000, Membership la not compulsory,
Wheat Dull and unchanged. Quote:
Valley, $1.20(il.2'JS ; Walla Walla, $1.10
5tl.l2'. Tho foreign cargo market rules
quiet but steady. Liverpool futures aro
Fi.oi'it The market is steady. Quote:
Standard, :5.O0?4.O0; Walla Valla, $15.00
(Eli.M) per barrel.
Oats Tho market is firm. Quote:
White, i0e; gray, 58c per bushel.
Mu,t.sTiTFKs The market is steady and
quiet, with light shipping demand.
Quote: Bran, $21; Shorts, $24; Ground
Barley, $152.50; Chop Feed, $25 per ton.
Hay The market is steady. Quote:
$10(ifl8 per ton.
Ykoktaiu.ks Tho market is firm.
Quote: Cabbage, $1.2501.50 per cental;
Cauliflower, $1 per dozen; Celery, Bile
per dozen ; Onions, 2?.l(iM!c per pound;
Carrots, $1 tier sack; 15eets, $1.50 per
sack; Turnips, ?1 per .sack; Tomatoes,
"0o per 1hx; Potatoes, $l(irl.lO per
cental ; Sweet Potatoes, 2,'i.e per jkmiiiI ;
squash, $2 per cental.
Fitinrs Tho market is steady. Quote:
Tahiti Oranges, $: per Ikjx; Sicily Lem
ons, $7.50(?8 per case; Pears, lx-c per
pound ; Apples, (0(L185e per lxx ; Grajies,
if 1.25 per box; Pineapples, $:5.504.00
per dozen; Bananas, $.'!((74 per bunch;
Quinces, $1.25 per lxx.
Nuts Quote: California Walnuts,
17lc; other varieties, l.'lo; Peanuts, 12c;
Almonds. 17e; Filberts, 1415c; new
Brazils, 20c per pound ; Cocoanuts, $1 per
CiiiiKsu The market is steady. Quote:
Oregon, 13(!$14e; California, 10o
Young America. 14(15c per pound.
Bi"rri:it Market is firm, with steady
prices. Quote: Oregon fancy cream
ery, 40042,(.c; fancy dairy, J57c ; fair
to" good. 27!u0'!i0c; common, 22)(if25e;
choice California, :57,laC per pound.
Funs Tho market is firm. Quote:
Oregon, IiO(?H2c; Eastern, 25((?27;io
PouiruY Ducks nro steady, while
Turkeys and Geeso aro rather weak.
Quote: Old Chickens, $:5.504.00;
young, $2.50Ct4.00; old Ducks, 0(iU.5u;
voting, $7; Geeso, $0fi$10 per dozen;
Turkeys, I2V3C per pound.
Naii.k Base quotations: Iron, f 15.20;
Steel, $:5.:J0; Wire, $3.00 per keg.
Shot Quote: $1.85 per sack.
Tlio MorcliuiulUo Murltot.
Sunars have advanced. Canned goods.
'caches, Apricots, String Beans and Sar
nies havo advanced. Costa uiea iOiieo
and Coll'eo have advanced.
Suoahs Tho market is firm. Quote:
Golden C, 6c ; extra C, Mho; dry gran-
lated. 7iiie; cube crushed and pow
dered, 73o per pound.
Ditii:p Fiturrs Tho market is nrni.
Quoto: Italian Prunes. 12.14c; Pe
te and German Prunes, 10c per pound;
Raisins, $2.75 per box: Pluminor-dnetl
Pears, 11(S 12'je; sun-dried and factory
'lulus, liouzc: evaporated reacnes.
lo; Kmvrna 1'iirs, i40loo; uaiuornia
rigs, 9e per pound.
Ukans rno marKot is iirm. wuohj:
mall Whites, 3!&4e; Pink, 3?c;
Hayos, 4?a'c; Butter, 3c; Limits, 6o
Oannkd Goons Market is firm. Quoto :
Table fruits. $2.25, 28 ; Peachos, 2.50;
Bartlett Pears. WW. riuma. i.uo;
Strawberries, $2.50; Cherries, $22.50;
Blackberries, $2; Raspberries, $2.55;
'ineapples, $'.70; Apricots, ifz uu. no
fruit: Assorted, $4.00 per dozen; Peaches,
1.50; Plums, $1.25; Blackberries, l.-
er dozen. veuoiauies: uoni, i.zv
01.50. according to quality; Tomatoes,
1. 15(u:5.60 : Sugar l'eas, l.-lUMl.wi:
String Beans, $1.10pordozon. Fish : Sal
mon, $1.2501.50; sardines, 80c$1.50;
lobsters, $203 ; oysterp, $202.75 per doz.
Condensed milk: Eagle brand, $8.25;
Crown, $7; Highland, $0.75; Chamiiio-j,
$0 per case.
l'KJKI.KS .JUOlO: fl.lDG os; !.: IW.
Salt Quote: Liverpool, $17, $18, $10;
stock, $11012 per ton m carload lota.
Coal on. wuoto : per case.
CitANiiKituiKH Quote: Wisconsin,
$9.50; Capo Cod, $10.50 per barrel.
Cokkhh uuoto: uosta men, zjo;
Rio, 25V.c; Arbucklo's, roasted, 2Uo
hick uuoto: ju.ou per sacn or iw
Hoi's Tho market is dull and easier
for inferior products. Tho innrkcta at,
homo and abroad show no change.
Quoto: Nominally. 3O033o per pound.
limits uuoto: Dry Hides, eoiecteu
prime, 882C, Ke less for culls; greon.
selected, over 55 pounds. 4c; under 56
pounds, oc ; Biieop roits, snort wooi, au
050c: medium. 00080c; iomr. 90c
$1.25, shearlings, 10020c; Tallow, good
to choice, ;i03j,e.
Wool Tlio market la steauy ana de
mands slow. Quoto: Valley, 1020c;
Eastern Oregon, 10010c per pound.
Tho Aleut Alurket.
Tho meat market ia firm. Quote:
Beef Li vo, 2j3c; dressed, Oe.
Mutton Live, 3Jc; dressed, 07c.
Hogs Live, 4)65jc; dressed, 6j,u.
Veal 508c per pound.
Lambs $2.50 each.
BMOKKP MUATB AND LA HP.
The market 1h firm. Quotations: East
ern llama. 13014c: Breakfast Ba
con, 11011HCJ Sides, 0010c; Lard, 8
10c per pound.
The Deceived Conchinoa.
A Family Coachman, who was Driving tb
Master and Mistress on his flint trip, shaded ,
tho wheels off of two Privoto Carriages, tab
bed n Grocer 'a horse, uud crowded suvwai
Vehicles to tho Curbstouo to Escape him. lis
was about to run over a Polack with 10,800
foot of Lumber on his back when a Pollcwanu
Arrested him (or Iteckloaa Driving, and tii
Master observod that it Served blm right.
"But it is your Fault i! Protected tb
"Why, I have not Bald a Word."
"That la truo, but you failed to Inform n
u wo started out that you did not own. tb
AVbolo Earth, ami 1 have been DrivlajC Aa
It ia a Mean Trick to Deceive a
latitat Manner. -Dtrott fru Pre