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B.Chanoey, Publlther, Union, Or.
Huge Block of
GOLD HILL'S CINNABAR VEIN.
Heavy Business Dono Along tho Rio
Grande in Smuggling in
Horses and Cattlo.
Prnsnn is considerably agitated over
tho disposal of its mummy.
One day last week sixty tramps wcro
mit off tho train between liima anu
Oregon's State funds are all exhausted.
Tho last legislative levy nas provou
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.1. T. Havna of Portland has been
elected Grand Chancellor of tho Knights
of Pythias of Oregon
At-innnhnr vein, sixtv feet in width,
lias been discovered near Gold Hill, Or.
Tho oro is immensely rlcli.
Tho Chlno sugar-beet factory will run
nnt December. Bo lar -'( ions oi gran
nlated sugar have been turned out
Tn Nnvmla tho total tax low through
out tho SUito is ovor $3,000,001). The
total levy on railroads is nearly fL'.uuu,-
Tr. In hnllnvwl tho nroncrtv involved in
Vin T)iivl will caso at Hutto. Mont., will
Imj divided among tho claimant and fur
ther litigation will bo suspended
Tim fnllnrs of Vancouvor. It. O.. are on
a strike because tho bosses have refused
to pay extra for all pockets dver four in
rmilH. T110 DOUSes want I1VO pucnuia nr
Thn British sealers Otto and R. B
Marvin, Boizod in BehrmgSen, nave neon
Tolnmuwl at Vancouver. 15. G.. by direc
tion of tho Lord commissioner oi tne
Thn Oregon Grand Lodge of the
KnMitn of Pvthiaa voted that hereafter
no saloonmcii snau oo nnmitiea 10 mem
r- , .
bership in tho subordinate lodgos ot ttio
order in tho state.
A Fresno physician is recommending
eucalyptus tea, made by boiling tho
J ' . 11 t At A J1 1
leaves, to an nu pnuem mmurmg nun
thought to be quite an important one,
Thacodlln moth has done great in
Inrv to the Oregon apple crop. How to
force orchardlsts to spray their trees to
check the spread of diseaao is a serious
question with the state isoaru oi norii
Ahlockof ruiro asphaltum, weighing
two nnd a half tons, was recently taken
from tho asphaltum mine near Santa
Barbara. Cal. It is believed to bo the
largest piece of asphaltum ever minod
in ono biocic.
"Tank- ttm RniiPBzor" is again fright
nlng women at Pomona, Cal. 1Mb mode
of operation Is to lie in wait in a seolud
edspotonn rosldenco street and sud
denly rush out on a woman and squeeze
ner about the waist.
From observations made by Prof. Is
rael O. Rutsell, who wub sont out by tho
umlou states government nnd tho Na
tional Geographic Society to explore the
region nlxmt Mount St. El as tho
mountain is between 18,000 and 10,000
Tho caso of 0. W. Johnson against the
boutnorn racllic railroad for damages
received in tho Lake Labish dlpimtor is
before tho court at Salem, and is attract
ing interest, owing to the fact that John
on was traveling on a pass at tho time
lie was injured.
Walter Uw of the firm of W. it ,1.
Sloano of New York city has presented
$1,000 to tho Lick Observatory for the
purpose of publishing a series of on
larged heliogravure plates of tho moon
nmde from the photographs taken with
tho great telescope.
M. E. AVisdoin and J. V. Ilalloy of
Portland have purchased tho Point
Rreezo stock farm in linker county, Or,
more nro nuout nity fine brood mares
on tho place, and tho eelobrated stallion
Challenger is at tho head of tho Btud.
Tlio price was $ 150,000.
Santa Barbara is to hnvo a boulevard
100 feet wide on the beach in front of
tho city hist nbove high-water mark nnd
protectoa irom tno sea by a heavy bulk
head. Tho sidewalks and rondwav will
be paved with bituminous rock and lined
with double rows of trees.
Tho Nevada State Board of .ssesor8
Hiid Equalisation made individual raises
in J-.lko comity to The amount of $800,-
ww, uesuios a Horizontal raise ot 20 per
oent. Tho txuml rcdured tho Central
Pacific railroad appraisement. A howl
cl indignation is tho result.
A strange disease has broken out
among tho horses on the Dufour ranch
near Cameron, Kern county. Cal., and n
number of animals are aillicted, The
disease is wild to resemble d nhthcrln.
hut tho remedies known to bo elllcacious
in that malady are without avail in this.
A smugglers' hoadquartora has beon
discovered on I-oiw. Island, a small un
inhabited island In Puget Sound. A ves-
it. l . i i .
oi recently lamieti nur uiunameii on
the island. From there they wore taken
to the United States by twos and threes
in Hiuall boats, being put tiBhore in the
woods und guided In by wh to moil un-
ler cover of darkness. From $."k) to $100
is paid lor eacti Cliinaninu sucvednfully
I lit United Mates revenue cutler
Richard Mush has left Sail Francisco for
Uunnlaska. .Iho vchmsI Is ordered back
to the sealing grounds, as it is retried
that a iiumlter of healers, who were not
Kutlnlltxl with their small nitclien, are
waiting to make u descent on the rook.
erleswlieii the revenue veneU shall have
Jell llolirlng pea. It U expected the
Hush will remain In the vicliiltv of h
m-hI liluntU until tlio middle of petum-Ut,
I An Iowa Public School Gives n Holiday
That the Children May Attend
Welleslcv College opens thin vear with
Now York has turned awoy 10,000
echool children that cannot Iks housed.
President Angell threatens to rloee the
University of Michigan if gambling is
The gain in population in trie United
8tates Irom 1850 to 1600 was 128 per
cent, and in tho school enrollment 11)5
There are said to be over 23,000 In
dians in the United States who can read
English and over 10,000 who can read
Northwestern University at Evanston,
111., has followed tho example of Cornell
and abolished the barbarous cane rush
between the freshmen nnd sophomores.
The schoolmaster is going to he abroad
in England more than ever. The Lon
don School Board is educating 20.8IXJ
'more scholars now than they were three
Tho management of tho public schools
at Mason City, la., declared n recent
Thursday afternoon n holiday in order
that pupils might attend tho races. Tho
action has caused much comment.
The census statistics show the gain in
population in tho United States to be
24 8(1 per cent., while tho enrollment of
children in tho public schools is 20.1)4
per cent. This is a healthful indication.
Tho Cornell school of ltiw lias enrolled
Mrs. Mary Konnedy-llrown, a graduate
of Welles'ley and a young widow, as ono
of its students. She is tho first lady
whoso name appears on the school list.
Tho endowment of tho new Chicago
University is now over $2,000,000, and
more than 000 etudents have already en
tered tho first year's course, which will
begin, it is expected, in tho autumn of
Prof. Totton in a military lecturo at
Yale remarked that tho average age of
tho 110 men in tho class was 21 years,
and ho added: " Upon grnduotion you
will have before you about forty-eight
Thn largest Sunday-pchool in the
world is in Stockport, England. It be
gan in 1801. It now contains 5,000 pupils
and -140 teachers. It has registered dur
ing itB existence 70,000 scholars nnd
Government schools are to ho estab
lished in Son Salvador, where free edu
cation, will be given to women to fit them
for places in tho government offices as
postofllce clerks, printers, telegraph and
Austria has not only a high school of
agriculture, but fifteen intermediate and
eighty-three primary agricultural schools
besides nlno chairs of agriculture in pol
ytechnic establishments and agricultural
Pmf. Harr s. United States uommis
- - .'.,. . Washington, in a
Assistant Postmaster Sturgeon
of St. Louis, who had requested nis
uinu ilh to cornorai pnnisnmeni in
schoolsi has replied that tho fewer the
cases of such punishment the better the
chools are likely to be, and that, en
lightened sentiment is against the use of
Cornell University has opened with an
attendance in excess of that in any pre
ceding year. Uptodato 1,1170 students
in all departments have registered, and
a number aro In attendance, especially
post graduates, who have not yet regis
tered. A notlceablo feature is tho in
crease of students in tho courses in arts,
philosophy nnd electrical nnd mechan
A remarkable career in tho teaching
profession was brought to a close pome
two weeks Binco by tho resignation of
Miss Lucy D. BIibs from the principal
ship of tho Plain Primary School, Stock.
oriuge, Mass. aiibs liliss began teach'
ing in town when 10 years old, nnd
taught continuously, with tho execution
of ono year, for about fifty-four years.
Three generations in Stockbridge have
bofum their school life under tho instruc
tions of Miss liliss.
Use of Chlorldo of Gold and Manea-
nose Successful for the Cure
Governor Stcelo of Oklahoma has re-
lieorge William Curtis says Tammany
is an organization for plunder and with
Edward K Searles la to present to tho
town of Methuon, Mass., a fino statue of
There is much excitement nt Clifton
Forge. Ya..over tho threatened unrisiiiL'
of tlio negros, owing to tho lynching of
ono of their number.
Tho noted telescope makors. Alvan O.
and Georgo B. Clarke of Cambridge.
Mass., who made the lens for the Lick
telescope, have dissolved partnership.
Mrs. Parnell proK)H08, if she recovers
her health, to write a memoir of tho
great leader and relieve him from much
of the blume cast upon him on her ac
Tho original site of tho old Vallev
Forge. Washington's headquartors in
tho winter of 1777-8. has just leon 8old
for $10 per acre. The tract embraces
Ihoro is a rumor at Washington that
Governor Steele of Oklahoma is to su
persedeCommlsslonerof Pensions ltanm,
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ellect November SO.
Hie length of the twelve-Inch eun for
the Monterey is thirty-seven feet, and it
is designed to nronel an 800-nound nro-
jectile twelve miles, necessitating a pow-
Gross frauds in tho purchases of coal,
provisions, etc., in tho Cook county (III.)
insane asylum nave beon unearthed. A
gang has boon engaged in this work, and
a great sensation Is promised.
A Iondon tirm lias lcon in tho habit
of fitting out women in oxpenalvo gar
ments and then bonding them to Now
York, where the goods wero sold and tlio
customs duties evaded, The clothes
were made to lit tho women, and there
fore the fraud was not detected. Al
though the women Ptotondcd to Ui in
entire Iguuriimo of tho uses to which
they wero being put, It Is generally Us.
lioved ttiey easily joined the conspiracy,
for they got it 11 rut-dims ticket on tho
ocean MeuuifirH ttttl were enabled to re
turn to their eountry ncutu. the contract
Carter Harrison Buys the
J0SIE MANSFIELD MARRIES.
Tho Manner In Whioh the Ballots in
Ohio Aro to Be Distinguished
From Eaoh Other.
St. Paul care have letter boxes.
Carter Harrison is Bald to hnve bought
the Chicago Timet for $400,000.
Anthracite coal has been discovered in
the district of Alberta, Canada.
Tho Italian Consul in Boston is inves
tlgating tho condition of Italians.
The public schools of Oawatomie
Kan., have been closed for wantof funds
Chicago will erect n building in mem
ory of Columbus nt a cost of $1,000,000
Ten thousand voters in Chicago have
pledged themselves .to vote for the Peo
Tho postmaster of Philadelphia lias
ordered his subordinates to stay away
from the races.
Tho government is about to begin the
work of preparing a hydrographie survey
of the (treat Lakes.
A Justice of Now York has iast de
cided that you need not poy for a meal
at a restaurant unless you eat it.
The financial statement of the Pull
man Palace Car Company shows a sur
plus for tho past year ct ,H'J,SJ6.
A moonshiners' church in Alabama
and a secret oath-bound moonshiners
club in Georgia aro promoting lawless
ness by wholesale.
In tho 0,000,000 letters that reached
the dead-letter office last year there waa
money amounting to $28,042 nnd checks
and notes ot tno value oi ?i,m,H7i.
Four men wero shot by the Moxicnn
military authorities a few miles across
tho border irom uio urande uity, rex,
They wero charged with being revolu
J. and F. D. Mollenhauer will start i
now sugar factory in Brooklyn, with t
capacity of 1.200 barrols refined per day,
It will open next July. It will he inde
pendent of the trust.
The September statement of the Santa
he Kail road company snows tnat tne
gross earnings of the system for the
fourth week in September wero tno larg
eBt in tho history of the company.
The validity of tho new constitution
of Kentucky is to bo contested on the
ground that tne uonstitutionni conven
tion made numerous changes after the
instrument was ratified by tho people.
Josio Mansfield, whose relations with
Jim Fisk and Ed Stokes brought her into
public notoriety in New York twenty
vonrs ago. was married recently in i.on
don to Robert L. Reade, a New York
A statement prepared at the pension
office shows that the pensions issued
during September numbered 27.644, on
which the first payments aggregated $4,
072,470. The average first payment in
each case was $1:57.32.
M. H. Hanson, reputed to be a wealthy
lumberman nt Hanson. ood county,
Wis. Ib alleged to have signed the name
ot ueorge liileB, a .Milwaukee million
aire, to $50,000 worth of fraudulent pa
per. Hanson tins disappeared.
Thero are thousands of dead fish along
the shores of the Upper Mississippi. The
river foil lower than for twenty vears,
leaving large numbers of fish in pooIe
which gradually dried up, and the fish
have since died on tho bed of scorching
The Bank of Columbia and theColum
bia Banking Company of Columbia,
Tenn., have assigned. The capital stock
of the former is $100,000 and that of the
latter $(50,000. It is claimed that the
creditors of both institutions will bo paid
On each ballot to be cast according to
the provisions of the new election law in
Ohio are to bo these distinguishing de
vices that have leeu adopted by tho par
ties: Republican, eagle; Democratic,
roostor; Prohibition, roeo; People's,
plow and Hummer.
Tho influx of Chinamen into the
United StateB from Mexico continues.
nnil it is only thoxo who aro unaware of
the prohibitory law that aro captured.
Those who know they are breaking the
laws generally evade tho officers. Fif
teen wore nrrested last week.
The Cramps will enlarge their plant
for ship building on the Delaware river
to eight tunes its present area. Seven
launching ways are to lo constructed,
large enough to admit the building si
multaneously of seven vessels ot the size
of tho war ship Philadelphia.
Ono of tho recent evidences of n grow
ing interest in trade with tho United
States on the part of the countries to the
southward is to be seen in tho announce
ment that a permanent exposition of the
products of Mexico nnd Central Amorica
is to be opened in Now York.
Tho Association for tho Advancement
of Women at Uh recent meeting in Grand
Rapids, Mich., elected Julia Ward Hnwo
President for tho coining vear, Jennie
A. Froiseth of Utah and Ellon O. Sar
gent of California aro among tho Vice
Presidents. Tho congress closed with
HVfmmullim rt ttia ui,lit.u.t t( " l!nn "
that er8onage twing handled severely
by numerous witty speakers.
Tho commission to negotiate witii tlio
Shoshone and Arapahoe Indians of Wy
oming for tho cession of n part of the
Wind River reservation telegraphs that
tho commission haa eircctod an agree
ment with tho Indians, under which
they cedo to the United States about
1,100,000 acres out of a total of 2,000,000
acres. Tho Indians receive $000,000, or
about 55 conta per acre.
Tho lateJohiiTwohig, luinkor and cap
italist of San Antonio, Tex,, Ivqueathed
tho hulk of his estate, estimated at $:,
IMO.OOrt, to the Catholic Church. Mla
Kate Twohlg, his sUler.ls to receive V-V
fi'K) per year for the first two years and
f'.'.OOO per itimum for the remainder of
her life. Ills brother and nephew in
I rein nil are eaoh willed (50 per annum,
pay a bin seml-HumiH' , and to a sUter
in Ikulou he give (250 u year,
Mr. and Mrs. Gladstone Will Pass the
Winter in Italy Death of Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Gladstone have deter
mined to pass the winter in Florence.
Tennyson, who is in excellent health,
has just been giving sittings for a por
trait. Mrs. Harrison has been chosen an
honorary member by the Association of
the King's Daughters.
Lord Lytton is in such preenrmns
health that he has it under consMrnii n
to resign his post of British Minister to
Secretary Foster's portrait kas just
been painted for the Treasury Depart
ment by Miss Blanche F. King, a young
Warner Miller has been studying the
cnnnl system of Holland and the water
way that tho German government is
constructing at Kiel. He is to take part
in tho New York State campaign.
Hon. John A. Sleicher has been ap
pointed editor-in-chief of the New York
Jai7 and Exprcs, to succeed the late
Major J. M. Ilundy. Mr. Sleicher re
tires from tho editorship of Frank Les
The death of Bishop William J. Boone
( Episcopal) of China is unnonnced. The
lSishop, who wns the son of Bishop
Boone of China, did much to forward
the cause of Christian missions in that
country, and was entirely devoted to his
Mr. Spurgeon was onlv 19 when lie
preached his first sermon. Even then
bis eloquence was remarkable, and
within a few years ho had gathered
about him a large congregation. At that
time he was a pale and slender stripling,
with a noticeably large head. His ro
tundity of body came many years later,
Mrs. Henrietta Lamar, relict of Gen
eral Mirabeau 15. Lamar, who command
ed the cavalry ut the battle of San Ja
cinto and was the second President of
the Republic of Toxas. died October 0.
Kho was the daughter ol if-v. .lolin rew
land Mafiitt, a Methodist prencher of
national reputation about halt a century
General Brugere, controller of Presi
dent Camot's household, holds his pres
ent place through a curious piece ot bad
and vet good fortune. Ho was a mem
ber of Marshal MacMahon's and Presi
dent Grevv's households, but would
have been removed by President Carnot
had not the latter accidentally wounded
him while out hunting.
Kate Field relates in a way that ad
mits of a eupicion that she was the
young lady in question who gave rise to
the bon mol of Walter Savage Landor.
He having dropped his p)ectucles one
day, an American girl picked them up
for him, whereupon he exclaimed with
much grace: "Oh. this Is not the first
time you have caught my eyes I"
William Cotter, Jr., of Hartford,
Conn., must have n remarkable memory.
He is a registrar of voters, and the Times
savs that of 12.000 names on the list he
claims to be ablo to tell from memory
the residence and politics of each one,
and also in cases where a person has
been absent in Europe, or staying in
some other part ol the country, to tell
wh re he went and when.
Ope of the successful lawyers of the
Pacific Slope, a son of the famous John
C. Breckinridge and a brother of the
Kentucky Congressman, bears tho curi
ous name ot "Owen County" lireckin
ridge. He was born tho day, 185:5, that
his father was nominated for Congress
over ex-dovernor Letcher, nnd as that
result was brought nlxmt by tho vote of
Owen county, the grateful candidate be
stowed the name on his new-born heir,
Annual Report of the Auditor of the
Treasury for the Postoffice
The report of Lieutenant Cowles upon
the wreck of the United States steamer
Despatch has been received at the Knvy
Department. It is merely a brief state
ment of tho facts already well known,
and contains no comment nor explana
tion whatever. It is customary in such
casej lor the olhcer to reserve ins lesti
mony for later use under oath.
In his annual report to the Secretary of
tho Interior Governor Princo of tho Ter
ritory of New Mexico refers at length to
the benetlclai results which, lie thinks,
will accrue from a settlement of tho dis
puted Spanish nnd .Mexican land claims
by the Court of Private Claims recently
organized. The Governor insists from
any point of view that Now Mexico is
entitlod to Statehood.
The annual report of the Auditor of
tho Treasury for the Postofiico Depart
ment, showing the receipts and expend
itures of the department for the fiscal
year ended Juno 30, 1801, has been sub
mitted to the Postmaster-General. It
shows that tlio postal revenues during
the year wero $05,031,785. Tho expend
itures to September 80, 1891. were $71.-
002,402, leaving an excess of expendi
tures over all revenues of $5,780,077.
Tho amount placed with the Treasurer
to tho credit of the department, consist
ing of grants from the general treasury
in aid of postal revenue under tho act of
June 80, 1890, was $2,200,000. The ex
cess of tho expenditures over the grants
Chief Harrington of tho weather bu
reau in the report ol the operations of
the bureau since its trausfer to the De
partment of Agriculture July 1 last
says tho sorvico has been reorganized
with a view of enrryiug out the expressed
intention of Congress to especially de
velop nnd extend its work in tho inter
est of agriculture, binco July 1 new
service has been organized in Arizona,
California, Utah, Florida, New Mexico,
North Dakota, Oklahoma, Virginia.
Washington, West Virginia and Wyom
ing, the most practical nnd the most
highly complimented portion of tho ex
clusive work of Uie State servico is the
issue of a weekly weather crop bulletin.
On September SO thero wero over 1,300
weather signal display stations in opera
tion, an increase of altout 100 ior cent,
in less than three months. There aro
now prolwbly 2,200 voluntary observers
in tho United States, reortiiig to the
weather bureau, and Kteps are Iwing
tukeu to cover every section of iwoh
Statu und Territory, m h to leave no
ct'ctlmi without vtatiuiis from twenty to
thirty mile urmrt,
Pritchard Imitates John
L. in Brutality.
SCURVY AND TYPHUS FEVER
Rage in the Wake of the Famine in
Russia The Czarina Gives
an Immense Sum.
Berlin's debt is $50,000,000
Austria wants Germany to admit her
American cars will be used on an En
Government management has reduced
railroad lares in Saxony.
Three thousand people in London have
the influenza or la grippe
A co-operative home for single women
is to bo started in Vienna.
The first consignment of American
bacon has arrived in Berlin.
London theaters issue something like
50,000 free passes every year,
The sarcophagus of the Emperor Fred
erick lias been placed in his toino,
It is reported that Italy has decided to
abolish tne uecree agauiai
pork. The German interior press is showing
consid'-rablo hostility to tho Chicago
The Cxirina has given 23,000.000 rou
hies to the Russian famine sufferers from
her private purse.
A unique preent by the British war
office to tho Salvation Army was 30,000
An English doctor at Simla, India, has
sueceded in discovering, separating and
neutralizing a special microbe ol leprosy
Hnasin Is experimenting very exten
sively with the idea of nsimr metal
slppoers uoon the railroads in that
The time limit of the Russian loan
which is being taken up in France has
been extended from October 31 to No
Tt. Is notimated that no fewer than 70,
000 girls are employed in the public
hoiiK-B and drinking bars of the United
There are eaid to bo nine, inmates of
the Camberwell (England) workhouse
who have reached ages varying from 103
to 108 years.
Tod Pritchard. the London pugilist,
wno Inst, wi-ek sentenced to a month's
imprisonment for a cowardly assault
upon a barkeeper.
a n- method of torture has ben dis
covered by Siberian jailers, whereby
prisoners are compeuea u buubisi, un
salt herring alone.
The endeavor to strengthen the triple
alliance between Vaermai.y,
Italy by commercial union
gressing very favorably.
The fishing fleet of Yarmouth, Eng
land, have returned to port, and give
fearful descriptions of the effects of the
recent storms on the coast.
In Vienna tho Prefect of Police has
ordered an investigation of whether the
long, sweeping skirts of ladies lend to
spread contagious diseases.
A Judge in Glasgow has decided that
the amount of copper used in tinned
green peas was not dangerous, and that
the process need not be stopped.
Until recently the Royal Palace at
Berlin has been lighted only by candles.
Emperor William lifts had gas- put in,
and is now arranging for electric lights.
The civil authorities of Leipsic, Ger
many, hnvo struck a crushing blow nt
the sausage industry in that country by
deciding that it is illegal to use dog meat
Tho English Conservatives have been
prematurely jubilant over having escaped
the leadership of Goschen. Telegrams
from Balfour deny that he had been of
fered the leadership.
Forty-three of the leaders of the rev
olution in Uruguay are in prison nt Mon
tevideo. Dr. Pantoleon Perez was shot
while trying to escape from the barracks.
Martial law prevails.
Peat fuel has been found very success
ful in Russia. It is produced by a pntent
process, nnd is chenpor than coal, has
less weight and bulk, and contains
scarcely any sulphur.
Tho latest report from Turkestan indi
cates an abundant crop of cotton. The
cotton grown thero is from American
seed, nud the development within a few
years has been wonderful.
The Pope in a noto to the powers says
the recent Pantheon disorders were of
extreme importance, nud insists it is
impossible for lth the Italian govern
ment nnd papacy to remain in Borne.
An agrarian lawsuit in the Caucasus,
in which the plaintiff is the Prince ol
Mingrelia.has so many people concerned
with it, the witnesses amounting to
2,000, that the court is sitting in the
Tho British nnd tho Portuguese, hav
ing settled their quarrel in Mashoua
land, are amicably working together to
construct a railroad from the Indian
Ocean to their adjoining possessions in
the far interior.
Some estimates of the wonderful
value of the fishing industry of Great
Britain can be gained from 'the state
ment that the total catch of fish on the
coasts of England and Wales in 1800 was
3i5.000 tons, exclusive of shell fish.
Purine tkn ltl.nOD. fnrw
PIMPLES, all SKIN AFFKCT10.VS, and DISEASES AU I8INU froa?
a MSOUDEttP.l) STOMACH. " r
The aamjnt HAU tt Vita TnAUyut uun YELLOW WHAM', lis
. HEDINQTOM A OO, Amnt. 8 ah Francisco.
MOI.U MV AW, nKt(24lMTM ASH UUUCKHH,
rroduee, Fruit, Etc.
Wiieat Valley, $1.501.52.'; Wall
Wnlla, $1.401.42K Percental.
Flour Standard, $4.80; Walla Y alia,
$4.60 per barrel.
Oats New, 4043c per bushel.
Hay $1113 per ton.
Millstuffs Bran, $18(319; shorts, $U
21; ground barley, $22.60(25; chog
feed, $2U22 per ton ; feed barley, $2(1
per ton ; brewing bnrley, $1.15 per cental.
BuTTEii Oregon fancy creamery, 3i($
37c; fancv dairy, 3Ka321!!c; fair to
good, 2527'?c; common, l.)22sc;
Eastern, 25(3310 per pound.
Chkksk Oregon, 12)$c; Eastern, 14(
15c per pound.
Egos Oregon, SOc; Eastern, 2527lac
Poultry Old chickens. $4.503.00;
young chickens, $2.504.00; ducks. $.'..00
8.00; geese, $.0010.00 per dozen;
turkeys, 15c per pound.
Veoktahles Cabbage, nominal, 7bc&
$1 percental ; caulitlower,$1.25 per dozen ;
Onions, 75c$l percental; potatoes, 40(?
00c per sack ; tomatoes, 40(?60c per box j
sweet potatoes, l3e?2c per pound; Cali
fornia celery, 75c per dozen hunches;
fancy Oregon celery, 60c per dozen
Frlmtm Sicily lemons, $8.50; Califor
nia, $5.50ti.5j per lox ; tipples, &XVf0c
per box ; bananas, $3.003.60 a bunch ;
pineapples, $40 per dozen; peaches,
600175c per box; grapes, Tokay, $1 per
box ; muscat and black, 75&U0c percrate ;
pears, t',ri8)C per pound; quinces, $1
(ftl.25 per box; cranberries, $1011 per
barrel; Oregon cranberries, $9.50 per
barrel; Smyrna figs, 20c per pound;
citrons, 27c per pound.
Nuts California vtilntits,ll,2121..se;
hickory, 8c; Brazils, 10llc; al
monds, l(i18c; filberts, 1314c; pine
nuts, 1718c; pecans, 1718c; cocoa
nuts, 8c; hazel, 8c; peanuts, 8c per
Honey 17)..18c per pound.
Sam Liverpool, $14.50; $15.5016.50 ;
stock, $ll12 per ton.
Rick Japan, $5.00; Island, $5.76 per
BiiAXs Small white, 2?c; pink, 2,34c;
bayos, lic; butter, oo; limas, iic
CoKKitc Costa Rica, 2021c; Rio,
21 ; Mocha, 30c; Java, 25lc; Ar
bucKle's, 100-pound cases, 22,(40 per
SiroAR Golden 0,4?bc; extra C, 4'vc;
white extra O, 43-8c; granulated, 551tc;
cilns crushed and powdered, 0c; con
lectioners' A, 5'2c; maple sugar, 10c per
Syrui' Eastern, in barrels, 47(f'f5c;
half-barrels, 5068c; in cases, 55(iS0c
ner gallon; $2.252.50 per keg. Cali
fornia, in barrels, 30c per gallon; $1.75
Duikd Fruits Italian prunes, 8c;
Petite and German, 7c per pound ;
raisins, $1.201.50 per box; pmmnier
dried pears, b9c; sun-dried and fac
tory plums, 9c; evaporated peaches,
0(allc; Smyrna figs, 20c; California,
figs, 7c per jwund.
Cakkku Goods Table fruits. $1.(55(3
1.80, 2!sb; peaches, $1.802.OO; Bartr
lett pears. $1.SO1.90; plums, $1.37'v(i9
1.50; strawberries, $2.25; cherries, $2.25
2.40; blackberries, $1.85l.iK); rasp
berries, $2.40; pineapples. $2.252.tO;
pricote,$1.001.70. Pie fruit: Ap'aorted.
$1.10651.20; peachep, $1.25; plume. $1(5
1.10; blackberries, $1.25 per dozen. Veg
etables: Corn, $1.251.65; tomatoe-j,
$1.003.00; sugar peas, $1.001.15;
ptring benns, 00c$1.00 per dozen.
Fish : Sardines, 75c1.05 ; lobsters, $2.80
((?3.60. Condensed milk : Eagle brand,
$8.10; Crown, $7.00; Highland, $6.50;
Champion, $5.50; Monroe, $0.75 percale.
Meats : Corned beef, $2.00 ; chipped beef,
$2.15; lunch tongue. $3.10 le, $0.00 2a;
deviled ham, $1.352.G5 per dozen.
Naii-J! Base quotations: Iron, $3.00;
steel, $3.01); wire, $3.50 per keg.
Ikon I?nr, 3c per pound.
Steki. 10c per pound.
Tin I. C. charcoal, 14x20, prime qual
ity, $8.008.50 per box ; for crosses, $2
extra per lox; rooting, 14x20, prime
quality, $0.75 per box ; I. C. coke plates,
14x2J, prime quality, $7.75 per box.
l.kai t-,c per pound; bar, O'.-c.
Solder 13li,(fil0l..c per pound.
corning to grade.
bnor $1.8u per sack.
Naval Stokes Oakum. $5 per bale:
rosin, $4 80(5.00 per 280 pounds; tar,
Stockholm. $12.50; Carolinn, $7.1X5 per
barrel; pitch, $0.00 per barrel; turpen
tine, (5c per gallon in carload lots.
The Meat Market.
Bekk Live, 2c; dressed, 5i5c.
Mutton Live, sheared, 3ic; dresBed,
Hons Live, 6c; dressed, 7c.
Veal oCi7e per pound.
RmOKK!) Mk'lTB Knolorn l.o.n tO ,1
13l..c: othnr vurintips 1"Lr.. ). ...... )-(
bacon, 13(S15c: smoked bacon, ll4
1134C per pound.
Laud Comnnniid inn - nnm nn-i-i...
Oregon, lUJjj(gljJ6c per pound.
Hide, Wool und Ifb)i.
HlDES Dry hides. s1iwtwl
He: c ess for cnlls
over 55 pounds. 4c ; under 55 pounds, 3c ;
ci.cuj. (.ens, snort wool, 3Ur0c; me
dium, 00080c; long, 00cll.25; shear
lings, 1020c; tallow, good to choice, 3
.5l8c per pound.
Wool WillnmoH vli..
Eastern Oregon. I0l7c per pound
according to conditions and shrinkage.
iioi-s nominal; I2l5c per pound.
Hits anil llitffk'lnr.
Bnrlans. fl-r jn.i'n,.!. 1. . .
burlaps, K Voz., 40-inch, net cash, 7c
bllrlans. l!?-nr. JK.inoli .,o i.
burlaps, lO-oz., 00-inch, 11c; burlaps, 20
oz., 6-inch, 13c. Wheat bags-Calcutta,
Z A ' V "c; "fee-Dushel oat bags,
wuwm iwtuuu-iiana wtieat bags,