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THE OREGON SCOUT
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THE OREGON SCOUT
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UNION, UNION COUNTY, OKK(?OX, THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 1S01.
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STATU OF O HURON.
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J. JT. Dni.ru.
Governor, - - Sylve-teu I'knnoi eii.
Secretary of State, (Ii.okue W. McHiuke.
State Treasurer, ... (J. V. Weiui.
Superlntemleut of Public Instruction, K. II. McKliioy.
Stata Pr.nter, ... FittMC O. IIakei:.
supreme Judge,, - J w. i:. iJifii"
LW. W. TIIAVKU
SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTKIOT.
( M. D. CLIFFORD
l jAMtM A. FEK.
0. F. Hyde.
COUNTY t)F UNION.
Surveyor, - :
J J. W. NoRVAL.
I. 1. H. Haley.
i J. A. WniiiiiT.
1. N. Sasiiehs.
.1. T. IIoli.es.
J. S. Kl.LIOTT.
II. O. lllHINAUI).
H. 8. Stiianoe.
J. L. UiiltTls.
J. I). Guild.
I William AltMH.D.
1 John McDonald.
CITY OF UNION.
J. W. Kennedy.
C. L. IIUKKSI.KE.
N. F. FK'Klin.
1!. Y. Wilson. J. II. ConiilN.
J. 8. Elliott. A. K. Jones.
J. M. CAJtnoLL. 8. A. PmisEL.
UNION LODOF,, No 3'J, I. O. O. F , MKIITS KVKKY
Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock
WM. UALHY, N. G.
O S Miller, Secretary.
GIIANDIJ ItONDK K NX A M I'M KNT, No. 11, 1. O. O.
K meeti on the first and third Tiiedys in each
month. 0. S. Mil. I, Kit. U. P.
J. 11. TuoMrso.v, Scribe.
GKANDK ItONDK VALLKY LODGE. No. 56, A F. k
A M., meets on the tecoiid an 1 fourth naturilays
eicry month. E. W. DAVIS, W. M.
H. H. IIroh'n, Secretary.
C.KANDF. IIONDE VALLKY OUAPTKlt, No. 20., It.
A. M., meets first if.d third 'I n jdi s each month.
W. T. Wl. OUT, M. E. H. P.
Turner Oliver. Secretary.
I1LUE MOUNTAIN LODGE No. 28 K. OF P
meets every Wednesday ovrnintf.
T. II. OUAWF01ID, O 0.
Turner Oliver, K. of It. & S.
PRESTON POST, No. 18, G. A. It., MEETS EVERY
third Saturday tu each month u. tho Odd Fellows
hall. JOSHUA IlltADl'OUU, P. O.
Geoikie llEINIMiEIt, Adjutant.
The Methodlit Episcopal Church holds services at 11
A M, an! 7 r. M. of ujiou Sunday.
Rev. A. THOMPSON, Acting Pastor.
Services are held at the Presbyterian Church at 11 A,
M. and 7 I'. M. of each Sum'ay.
Rev. J P. MORRIS. Pastor.
J. W. SIIELTON. J. M. CARROLL.
SHELTON & CARROLL,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OtUce to doors south of FoBtottlce.
Special attention given to all business entrusted to us.
K. EAK1N, J- A. EAKIN, Notary Tublic.
R. EAKIN & BRO.,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Prompt at'entlon paid to collections.
DR. E. N. NORTH,
Ilu the finest aniestbetlc for extracting teeth without
lulu known to the profession, Will practice In all the
brunches of modem dentistry. Silver and KOld work a
ipeclalty. Fine sett of teeth always on baud. Fint-clau
work and satisfaction guaranteed.
Oltlro-Mnlu St., Union, Or.
C. H. DAY, M. D
HoEKEopathtc Physician and Surgeon.
A Cull l'roiniitlr Attentleil to.
OfHca adjolninc Jones Ilros.' store. Can be found
nijhU at naldfuce la Southwest Union.
I. N. CROMWELL, M. D
PHYSICIAN !AND SURGEON,
Offioe odd door south of Summers k Layne'i (tors,
The Cove Drug Store
JASPAR G. STEYENS, Proprietor,
Perfumery, Paints and Oils.
Prt'M'rlptlom Carefully Prepared.
-ALSO DlIALKIt IN-
Rifles, Shotguns, Pistols and
I Imported and Domestic Cigars, Etc.
Ed Remillard, Proprietor.
If you want a refreshing drink or a good cigar, drop in.
Ililllard and pool 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 bu sociable.
For Information About tie South
-ADDRESS WITH STAMP.
The Official Immigration Department
FIFTEEN SOUTHERN STATES.
CARL ROUINdON, Secretary,
Raleigh, N. O.
GEORGE BAIRD, Proprietor.
Shaving, Hair-Gutting and Shampooing in
the Lasest Style of the Art.
Shop two doors south of the Centennial hotel. Give
me u call.
City Meat Market
Tvl it In Street. Union, OrcKiin.
BENSON BROS., Proprietors,
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON UAND
Beel, Pork, Yeal, Mutton, Sausage, Hams,
The v "Blue v Iiight"
Wm. James, Proprietor, Union, Or.
Fine', 'Wines,'.' Liquors 7 and
Cigars 7 in 7 Stock.
Drop In and be sociable Fine billiard table.
T. McNAUGHTON, M. D
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
All Hi promptly attended to day or nig
Architect and Builder,
DrafU. oil ill and deahr u for dwellings and brldie
I urckhed on application.
ITU: PACIFIC COAST.
Port Orchard Will Get the Navy
Yard and Diy Dock.
The Artesian Well? Near Boise City Have
a Plow Sufficient to Supply a
City of 50,000.
All tho iinnibliii"; sanies at Portland,
Or., liavo tLMiiporarily shut down.
Tho street graders nt Port Angeles,
Wash., have struck. They complain of
having to submit to yreat hardships.
It is currently reported nt Washing
ton that Port Orchard, Wash., is
selected for a navy yard and dry dock.
The artesian wells near 15 ise City
have now a daily How of pure water sutli
cient to supply a city of 50,000 people.
Tho Portland Chnmber of Commerce
has declared in favor of consolidating
East Portland and Albina with Portland.
The inaugural ball at Sacramento,
Ca!., will be held on th trth of January
instead of this Kith, as originally in
tended. The Lost Confidence mine of Iron
Mountain, Shasta, has just shipped to
Denver thirty-seven bars of silver bull
ion, weighing one and three-quarter
tons, the proceeds of one month's run.
On behalf of Huntington ik Litle. con
tractors of Tacoma, a suit has been in
stituted to compel the State to pay them
.f-lS,000 for work done in the const ruc
tion of the Medical Lake insane Asylum.
The extortion and embezzlement cases
against Quincy A. Hrooks, ex-Collector
of Customs at Port Townsend, and his
chief deputy, John Harned, have Iwen
dismissed by the United States District
The murderer of Mrs. Moss, near
Port Angeles, Wash., has been captured,
and he has confessed. He is James
Woods, alias "Stubby Jim." and is aged
twenty vears. Ho was captured by
Lillie Campbell was arrested and fined
in tho Police Court at Tacoma for va
grancy anil drunkenness. She is a
woman of about 50 years, of Spanish de
scent, and was one of tho first settlers
in Washington Territory. Sho once
owned tho property on wliat is now Pa
cific avenue, one of tho principal streets
Tho Board of Trade of Yaquina Ray
have forwarded resolulions to Represen
tative Hermann, complaining that tho
contractor of mail service between
Yaquina City and Newport, having
taken the contract too low, has failed to
curry the same, and it is asked that
steamer service lie put on. The depart
ment has made an order directing the
Yaquina postmaster to provide special
service that will make schedule time.
It is reported that the ground owned
by the recently incorxjrated copper
mining companies, the Hecla and Cop
per King on the Rig Mashell river, near
the foot of Mount Rainier, in Pierce
county, Wash., 1ms been bonded to a
syndicate, who have an option on it
long enough to organize and inspect tho
ground, and that a $20,000 plant is to be
put in to make a complete test of the
richness of the ore. The amount of the
bond is not given.
A coninlnint lias been filed at San
Francisco against tho Oregon Improve
ment Company by the Fanners' Loan
nnd Trust Conifanv of New York, to
foreclose 5,000 $1,000 first mortgages
which have been in existence since
December, 1880, with 0 per cent, annual
interest. Only one payment of $!!0 has
been made on tho interest. There aro
already four similar suits pending
against the Improvement Company, but
the one in question is on first mortgages
and will probably swallow tho assets in
Tho Pomona (Cal.) Progress says : At
tho Chino ranch nurseries :i0,0j0 Italian
chestnut trees are to bo started this
season. Mr. Hanson, tho proprietor, be
lieves there will be a largo demand for
Italian chestnuts in a few years more.
Several fruit growers near Anaheim havo
bearing trees of tho nuts, and they make
a good thing on tho sale of tho crops.
Suit bus been begun in the United
States District Court nt San Francisco
bv Charles Ileritman against tho Amer
ican schooner Sophia Sutherland for
$1,104. Complainant shipped to go on
the vessel on a sel hunt. Ho went oil'
in a boat to shoot seals, but ho wns un
able to return to tho vessel. Ho sues to
recover what ho claims should Iks his
"lay" or share of tho cargo, which,
when sold, brought $20,875.70.
Tho Southern Pacific Company has
completed its estimates of fruits and
vegetables shipped east over its liu from
January 1 to December 1 : Cann d
goods shipments were 3,533 carloads, or
about 42,400 tons ; raisiiiB, 877 carloads,
or nbout 10,500 tons; dried fruits, 1,580
carloads, or about 18,000 tons; green
fruits, 2,028 carloads, or 35,130 tons ; v g
etablos, 1,210 cars, or 14, 25 tons; total
of California products, 10,137 carloads,
or about 121,044 tons, an increase of from
20 to 100 per cent, in eacli branch over
There is a coal blockade at tho Itlnck
Diamond mines caused by tho inability
of the Columbia & Puget Sound Railroad
Company to provide rolling stock to
move tho output of the mine. Last
month tho company shipped 21,000 toiiH
of coal. Thus far this month but 3,000
tons havo been moved. As a result tho
bunkers at tho mine are full, and 100
men have been idle several days during
the present month. With tho full forco
employed, the mine would yield 1,000
tons per day, if tho railroad company
could provide cars to move it.
Philadelphia is to Have a Vega
Plymouth Church Votes to Keep a Forger,
iow in Sing Sing Prison, Within
the Fold of the Church.
Secretary Tracv is preparing plans for
a vessel that will havo verv destructive
The Gerinnns of Chicago are protest
ing against closing tho NVorld's Fair oi
The regular interest-bearing debt of
tlio government now amounts to only
Thousands upon thousands of crisp,
new $10, $5 and $1 notes are about to lie
sent out by the United States treasury.
Dr. Eastman, an Indian graduate of
last year trom Iloston University, is in
the very center of the alleged Indian le-
A partv of eninneers are now survov
ing for a new bridge over the .Niagara
river, supposed to be for the Canadian
Dock Smart, convicted at Tucson. A.
T of train robbery, has been pardoned
! bv the President. Smart s innocence was
Pierre Thibaux, a wealthy Montana
mlHLmmii iu cninr Vnl.im ATnrrid flu.
great packer at Chicago, for $1)0,000 for
i. f i . .
ureacii oi couinici.
Senator Stanford says he is confident
that Electioneer was not the sire of a
single horse which with proper training
could not trot in 2:30.
Tho President has appointed Robert
West McBride of Indiana to be a mem
ber of tho Puyallup Indian Commission,
vice William Gumback, declined.
It is believed that the Rockhill Cath
olic College property near Ellicott City.
Md., will ne purchased for tho proposed
Drexel Industrial School for negroes.
At tho monthly meeting of Plymouth
Church, New York, resolutions were
passed which retain Albert II. Smith,
the forger and now in Sing Sing, within
tho fold of tho church.
Nine hundred and ninety-two women
registered in Cheyenne, Wyo.. for tho
recent elections. Miss Estelle Reel was
elected County .Superintendent of Lara
mie county by a largo majority.
Tho schedules in tho assignment of
Decker, Howell & Co., bankers at New
York, show their liabilities to bo $0,430,
330 and their nominal assets $35,181,032.
Tho actual assots are $8,700,357.
The New York and New Jersey Uridge
Companv has decided to construct a sus-
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pension uniigo over me liuuson river
within three years from next March.
The estimated cost is $50,000,000.
Secretary RIaine has been notified that
the Peruvian government has imposed a
duty of 15 centavos per kilogram on for
eign lard. Tho new order goes into ef
fect on February 27 of next year.
Tho contract for dredging tho channels
leading to Baltimore has been awarded
to the American Dredging Company of
Philadelphia, which expects to removo
0,003,000 cubic yards of lottoin by 1805.
Tho meeting of tho Executive Com
mittee of tho Union Pacific held at Bos
ton appointed S. II. II. Clark, now Gen
eral Manager of tho Missouri Pacilic, as
General Manager of tho Union Pacific.
Representative McKinlev has intro
duced a bill in the House similar to one
presented in the Senate, providing that
the present tariu" law shall not a''ect op
eration of the Hawaiian reciprocity
Hiram II. Stratton had been refused a
patent for a timber claim in tho Walla
Walla district, Oregon, on a technicality.
The Secretary of tho Interior has over
ruled this decision and ordered tho pat
ent to issue.
Senator Edmunds has written to each
member of tho California delegation,
asking if there is any reason why Charles
A. Garter's npiointment as Assistant
District Attorney for California should
not bo confirmed.
Representative Hansbrough of North
Dakota has introduced a bill in the
House providing for the disarmament of
the Indians and making it a punishable
odenso for any person to soil arms or
ammunition to them.
It is stated at Washington that ox
Governor Pacheeo has secured tho Con
trol American mission, and that Con
gressman Morrow will be appointed to
succeed Judge Sawyer, who will retire
from the California Circuit Judgeship
A vegetarian church is to bo estab
lished in Philadelphia. One of the fun
damental principles of the church will
be that life is sacred, and that therefore
the shedding of blood, even though it be
for the sake of providing food tor tho
human race, is wrong.
Tho present management of the Do
mestic Sewing Machine Company at
Newark, N. J., has discovered that sys
tematic thefts havo been going on by
employes for fourteen years, and the
company lias lost fully $50,000. Sensa
tional developments aro anticipated.
Dean Blnnehnrd entered a timlwr
claim at Oregon City, Or., but it was
thrown out because of an alleged fraud,
part of tho land being susceptible of cul
tivation agriculturally. Secretary Noble
decides that tho proof is not sufficient,
and Blanchard will get tho land.
Russia Has Decided to Build the
The Gradual Depopulation of France Said
to be Due to the Immoderate
Use of Tobacco.
United States Minister to Mexico Ryan
has been summoned to Washington. "
Scotch home rule is to be made an
issue in the United Kingdom.
Rubinstein has resigned the directory
of the St. Petersburg Conservatory of
A slave is sold for a single meal in tho
interior of the Soudan, where a famine
A tunnel between Scotland and Ireland
is discussed, thirty miles long, to cost
The German army is tho healthiest in
Europe, the Belgian second and tho
Great alarm has been created at St.
Petersburg by the rapid spread of sniall
Kx in the capital.
Sarah Bernhardt is so vexed at the at
tention given to her snake that she is
going to give him up.
Thirtv-eight thousand iwunds havo
been collected for General Booth's scheme
to deal with Darkest England.
The organ of the Salvation Army in
Germany has a circulation of 18,000.
The army there is growing rapidly.
Gambilng at Ostein! this last season
has been so open and heavy as to oxcito
general criticism on the Continent.
It is proposed to change the uniform
of tho Berlin police, which is not martial
enough to please tho young Kaiser.
Experiments with electricity for mo
tive power are beim; made on the under
ground railway in London with success.
Tho force of men at Kruno's has had
to bo again increased in order to hurry
on tho completion of orders for " great
Monto Carlo looks for the liveliest
kind of a winter, and has made plans for
the accommodation of a " phenomenal
Tt is noiv the nniinrtimifv fnr fln Tn-
don Times, and it is making the most of
it, us Parnell is again tho under dog in
A medical authority in Franc savs
tho gradual depopulation of that coun
try is lariri lv due to tho immoderate uso
Thero is talk in Liverpool maritime
circles of a now line of transatlantic
steamships to begin operations some
lime next, summer.
Foot-ball clubs aro so notmlnr and
make so much inonnv in Kni'limd now
adays that many of them aro converted
into joint stock companies.
It is believed that Osman Diirna. tho
rebel leader, is boini: furnished with
grain and ammunition from Jcddah and
other ports in oxchango for slaves.
Mr. Manleson in behalf of Mr. Abbov
is said to have oflered Patti very high
wages for a professional tour in tho
united btates, beginning in tho fall of
Against tho ovor-ixrowinir evil of usury
the municipal councils of small towns of
Ktissia have established puwnhouses. at
which money is lent at a verv low rato
Owing to strikes and ono thing and
another', it is not expected that tho re
ports of the English railways at tho close
of tho year will fill the shareholders with
In 1894 it will bo 1,000 years sinco
Hungary was established as an inde
pendent government. Thero is a move
ment among the Hungarians to celebrate
that anniversary with great pomp,
Lord Wolseley baa stated before a Par-
meiitary committee that, if only 100,000
men could be landed in any part of Eng
land, ne would not bo able to prevent
liKir capturing Jxmdon.
Tho government allows a generous
subsidy to the theaters in tho cities of
Caucasus. Tiflis alone will get 47,000
rubles during tho next year. Rut Rus
sian troupes are source in that reuion.
and Italian, French and German actors
draw tho largest part of tho subsidy.
Tho Younir Women'H Christian Asso
ciation, founded in taudon in 1857, now
hai M.i branches, with a members i n of
17,000. Thero aro forty institutes, even
ing homes and boarding-houses where
young women from the country can bo
lodged and cared for at small cluinre.
Since its inauguration the Nicaragua
Canal Company lias expended for work
and material $772,203 in cash and $2,000.-
000 of full-paid capital stock, and is ob
ligated ior fo,-'UH,uuu oi HHiirHt-mortgago
bonds. The liabilities of tho comtmnv
consist of amounts still under tho con
cessions grunted it. $4,208,000 bonds
above mentioned and cash liabilities not
The now roniedv for dlnhtherla which
was discovered by a peasant named Kio
ger, whoso son is to bo allowed to exper
iment with it under the supervision
of Koch, is stated to be it fluid which is
painted in tho ulcers and causes thorn
to burst open. It also produces vomit
ing, and the patient Incomes exceeding
ly thirsty, but on no account is ho al
lowed to drink any fluid for an hour
after the throat has been painted.
WiiKAT Tho market is altogether
without life, and quotations nominal nt
fl.20t-ijl.22i,.. for Valley and$1.101.12
for Walla Walla. Receipts from east of
tho mountains nro again large, tho bulk
of which is consigned to San Francisco.
The English market continues steady,
with cargoes in light request. Liverpool
futures are steady for December and Jan
uary and higher for following months.
Fi.oint tjuoto: Standard, $3.00G$4.00;
Walla Walla, $3.00(.f3.80 per barrel.
Oats Tho market is firm. Quote:
White, (0o; gray, 58c per bushel.
MH.i.srKFs "Tho market is firm.
Quote: Bran, $ai; Shorts, $24; Ground
Barley, $32.50; Chop Feed, $25 per ton.
Hay Tho market is steady. Quote:
$10018 per ton.
Vkoktahu:s Tho market la firm.
Quote: Cabbage, $1.2501.50 per cental;
Cauliflower, $1 per dozen; Celery, 5i)c
perdozeu; Onions, 2?03c per pound;
Carrots, $1 per sack; Beets, $1.50 per
sack; Turnips, $1 per sack; Tomatoes,
f)0c per box; Potatoes, $11.10 per
cental ; Sweet Potatoes, 2ic per pound;
squash, $2 per cental.
Fnuns The market is steady. Quote :
Tahiti Oranges, $3 per box; Sicily Lem
ons, $7.5008 per caso; Pears, ljkc per
!oiind ; Apples, 00085c per box ; Grapes,
$1.25 per box; Pineapples, $3.5004.00
per dozen; Bananas, $304 per bunch;
Quinces, $1.25 per box.
Nuts Quote: California Walnut,
17Mu : other varieties, 13o: Peanuts. 12c:
Almonds, 17c; Filberts, 14015c; new
Brazils, 20c per pound ; Cocoa nuts, $1 per
Cincicsi: Tho market is steady. Quote t
Oregon, 13014c; California, 0lOc;
Young America. 14015c por pound.
Buttkii Quote: Oregon fancy cream
ery, 4004 2ijc; fancy dairy, 37c; fair
to good. 27k03Oo; common, 22&25c;
choice California, 37Jc per pound.
Eons Tho market is firm. Quote:
Oregon, 32 035c per dozen.
Poultuy Quote: Old Chickonn, $3.50
4.00; young, $2.5004.00; old Ducks,
$000.50; young, $7: Geese, $0010 per
doaen ; Turkeys, 12)5c per pound.
Tho Merolinnillao Market.
Suoahs Tho market is firm. Qnoto:
GoldonC,6lfje; extra O, OJjjc; dry gran
ulated, 7 fee; cube cruahtnl and pow
dered, 7?iiC per pound.
Diuki) Fiturrs Tho market is firm.
Quoto: Italian Prunes, ll14c; Pe
tite and German Prunes, 10c per pound :
Raisins, 2.76 per box: Plummer-dried
Pears, 11012c; sun-dried and factory
Plums, 11012c: evaporated Penchea,
24c; Smyrna Fit's, 14010c; California
Figs, 0c per pound.
Bkans Tho market is firm. Quoto:
Small Whites, 34c; Pink, SJc;
Uayos, 4c; Butter, 3c; Lhnas, 6c
Cannko Goons Market is firm. Quote:
Tablo fruits. $2.25, 2Ja; Peaches, $2.73;
Bartlott Pears, $2.25; Plums. $1.05;
Strawberries, $2.50; Cherries, $202.50;
Black berries, $2; Raspberries, $2.55;
Pineapples, $2.75; Apricots, $2.00. Pi
u nit : Assorted, $4.00 per dozen ; Peaches,
$1.50; Plums, $1.25; Blackberries, $1.66
per dozen. Vegetables: Corn, $1.20
((161.50. according to quality; Tomatoes,
$1.1503.60; Sugar Peas, $1.4001.60;
String Beans, $1.10por'dozon. Fish: Sal
mon, $1.2501.50; sardines, 8Oc0$1.6O;
lobsters, $203 ; oysters, $202.75 per doz.
Condensed milk: Eagle brand, $8.25;
Crown, $7; Highland, $0.75; Champion,
$0 per caso.
1'ioki.ks Quoto: $1.15c 3s; $1.25 5s.
Salt Quoto: Liverpool, $17, $18, $10;
stock, $11012 por ton in carload lots.
Coai, On Quoto : $2.35 per case.
CitANiiuuuiKS Quoto: Wisconsin,
$0.50 ; Capo Cod, $10.50 per barrol,
Cofkkk Quoto: CosUi Rica, 23c;
Rio, 25Kc; Arbucklo's, roasted, 20c
Rick Quote: $0.50 per sack of 100
Nails Baso quotations: Iron, $3.20;
Steel, $3.80; AViro, $3.00 por keg.
Scot Quoto: $1.85 por sack.
Ilors Tho market is firm, with nom
inal prices. Quoto: 25030c per pound.
Hums Quoto: Dry Hides, selected
prime, 808)jC, Kc less for culls; green,
selected, over 55 pounds, 4c; under 65
pounds, 3c; Sheep Pelts, short wool, 30
050c; medium, 60080c; long, 90c
$1.25, shearlings, 10020c; Tallow, good
to choice, 303)c.
Wool The market is steady. Quoto :
Valloy, 10020c; Eastern Oregon and
Walla Wulla, 10016c per pound.
The Meat Market.
The meat market is firm. Quote:
Beef Live, 203c; dressod, 6c.
Mutton Live, 3Kc; dressed, 0)j7c.
Hogs Live, 45f0; dressed, 6c.
Veal 508c per pound.
Lambs $2.50 each.
SMOKED MB ATS AND LAUD.
Tho market is firm. Quotations : East
ern Hams, 13014c; Breakfast Ba
con, 110110; Bides, 0010c; Lard, 8(3
10c per pound.
A dispatch from Lisbon to tho London.
Morning Post says tho Portuguese go -eminent
has telcgrapbod its agontu in
London to demand tho releaso of tho
Portuguese ofllcors urrested in South
Africa and for a lolut commission to in-
quiro into tho matter.
A Cuban and two other persons, as
sisted by u woman of the town at Gua
temala, entrapped a Spanish banker
named Carlos Barez, murdered and
robbed the body of $5,000 and valuable
jewelry, and then cut tho body in four
pieces and shipped them out of tho city.
Emperor William's great speech on
education has found an echo in every
capital in Europe, but it would bo diilf
cult to give an idea of tho sensation it
has caused in Germany. It amounts to
u sweeping condemnation of classical
education, and has created a fueling ef
consternation in the ranks of the oW