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pinO tnvu,ya i-iuivu wuu
nmewBSflmo Old iroposai
E net Boh general otis refused
.nil,., Mnv M.-Two military nn.l
, Kiin.iiiii ooiiimlitdloiioro, up.
io, to o-porale Willi throe oltl
oIIrtiiili In negotiating loruis of
arrived hero "I A. M. to.
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Lotion, '"'l w""1 "" ,,r,,'l"0,
llmH il.o dfidioii of thu Filipino coif
jlor-Ot'ii"'"! OHi linn refused lo
L(l,m tnu .roiHin.
s. 1MW ,cji coiiiiiilealon consists
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ft (.(Ml Ji""" ' "
t loiiol Alberto lliirntlo, military
tmif. mid Major '-euloltii, n mem-
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r . f.t......k ofiiii in! i .iiiiiiiiii.
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fti i'nblo Ooalpo nnd Tliodor
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iiv), rcsi'll'llio u
r '. i nit. I.nl ...f.l....l m
Vllllfi UDIICI n vll li , I'.iim n
utionof hostilities, pending peace
..tuiioii", tliu Filipino commission
.1 1. ... I II niiitLiullna
! neTHIUl'IWII mini II WIIIIUIHIIIWO
ji American Philippine coinmls-
nlM . ...
;,i,rnil Lunn linn icnttored Ajjtiln-
an I I mi mill liflit IIM.
') I rrUt-U il'IIHIIIRVIUMI Mini ....n llll-
laritit iw f it tii'JinboiH, Diiuiioa-
i f'..litil A pitiitlliiti ut Ttnliif.
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f.11lUilMWl ill l.imi, n ,,-iiiijiiiiiiwiii.
.ipiflM'i French, with the Twenty.
f; fj III'iT'"i " r.-ll ii""li Ml"
ii . a.... I.I.I... I.-
trf lllflMJ mill' limn run niiini vj
nrel Lawtnn. Hornet tin enemy,
ilmiii mil with (In, Iiihk of (our
Mjjor KiWw. with tlio 8event;miUi
I .Minn reiini'in, in rxjinuiiMi iu
l.iiim MUD ItraUlt.
Jliila. May 2a. Ufnunil I.inin g
l-i-u l io lie uiiikini; dmptnt) cllorH
jifMrain flocBtixl FUlpiniH willilri
.:i)imof liiKfulf-npiKtititml jiirlMllc
in from commiioii'iilliiu with tliu
;:cr:. at!. (iVOII lo HI ritli.U KlieHllllllO
!: IICIR'ril, UVO 01 1110 IIHMIl IIIIIUCH-
HI. lain coming via fcan Uiilto to
iTbliaml tho removal of tliu cent of
iwntiM'iit to Tiirlnc. 30 oil leu do r t It
h-in Fernando, may lead tocompli
I: .Hi ami delay in paoillontion, but
i penorully coniviled that further
Ipcfitiott to American mivureiKiity ia
i?.Hi and ridluuloiii). Neither (ieii
pi Luna noi General Itio del Pilar
ii 1-jl.lcient force to leeint or compel
General Wlieaton hnn beun rcIloYcd
llde coinniand of the Second all vision
ir irial neeiunmeut, nnd General
Foniton ha been asBliiiiud to li ia
A hoard, comlHtiiitf of Colonel
Sftncb, of tho Twenty-eeoond iiifun-
p, ami Mnjoi Calx;! I anil Captain
JDJoipIi, ol the Third artillery, linn
n aptiointeil to oroceed to Hatarla
Jnbe purine of iiiveotieatini: Kuio-
in iiiuthoda of piovidinjj lor tho
fiitn oi troops there, nnd to roport on
peiubjcct for the benefit of Aniorlcana
The trniiijtort Wnrren has arriTod
re Iroui San FranclHco
ARIZONA TOWN OURNEO.
V't lltimlrril llull.lnc. Drttroyrd
Jerome, Ariz, Mav 22 Tho third
guj.lioua fire to visit Jeromo within
g past ia moutliH awept n laiuo part
I' hie IjiisiufHH portion of this town
Sway iclny The fire had its orlKln in
oiiicoof tho Lelnn.l hotel, which
Pt a 20-rooin, two-Htoty frnmo linild
H t spread ranidlv utiill .'inn Imllil.
fvi liad beon destroyed. From tho
e'and hotel i,0 flro nrUad two
SlMrea, doatioyii.K tho Hvan hotel,
p. w ..iooio's livery stahlo nnd 10
iel linKS, um,Uil witilln 10 foot of
r wrier oillco. West of tho Lo-
f"11' a business H.K'tlrin ulmrn n l.iri.n
filmier of i
Hi - -iw.vio, luniiiiiiuiiin iiiiu
I iioona woro located, was dostroyed
PHIlIn a firm nl or. mm..
a vi . w mu imiiiiiun. jliiu
S'liinated vnlii,. nf i.. ,i,,ui, i 1...11.1.
"J ia ?OC,000.
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. new Orleans. Mnv nn 'im.h .in.
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C J0'", aro'tW. briiiBliiB lck
C 1 rBby Tho 13,Jtish ur"l8or
I, mm pioparniB to louvo nt
id "1! 8u..i.la departure,
Ivlihi. V ""omumiiy loarneu t lint
'win a fow wooka thu lltHMt ,,ovoriN
n " rroI'0808 to ninko n posit ivo do
ul 1. . i,"HlnB0', sustained to tho
Ictln , Am B"3ots by tho locont
F'ousof General Tories.
Kiiiliir.o,! Urn l'r.l,lnfii l'olloy.
. "111V 1 0. Til M.... nn im.. 11,!..,..
ftnnimi ,,B 11. 1 111 muir
Ba!8p,i . -T"'i"H iuiu in huh ony,
KkL rc80lut'"8 indorsing President
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NOTED INVENTOR DEAD.
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cltv i.tii.,1 r.7 , . . in this
served wit J, on. .Ill l
studied ilw.,.1,... . . VJ,V" r.
I I... I II..M
. .. h iwni oecaiiio
!'l'"r H,,r,,llllJoilt , UH c
made a contraot
with the link,,
Im ,.,1 . . ' J 'ir which
f i 1 1 tin ..f. ..1 .
, . 1. ,avi:"r- "'en lie Invent
'l a maeliluo for lnklnK the paper
rwa or tubes that have dla, u
tin; atraws used for cold .lilnka.' T 0
!!'! 7," ''I"" K,.,,ni " w11 do.
Mii-rtlo demand was so creat that Mr.
"tone was olillo,l to double the ca
1'iielly of his works.
His next Invention was a method of
coloring line china and other wares in
Imitation of the celebrated "peauhblnw
yno" of the Walters collection. JjH
factory was a model and ho was spoken
of as "the friend of the working
class," In that he looked after the
moral and social condition of his work
Iiik Ulrls and furnished 11 hirt-e lllirary
of standard fiction ami other works, a
moide-room, meelliiK-room for debutes,
ami a dancliiK-llooi in tho bullillnn.
lie was almi well known for 1,1s phllan
trophy in other directions.
Horn Nl Wnnt Anr Mi,r Troop. Sent
WashlnK.'on, May 22. While prees
Iiik tho United States to areo to arbi
tration of the Alaska boundary contio-
orsy. inn uritisli Kovernment has en- I
tered an objection to placing of add!-1
tlonal Ameilcan troop in the teriltory.
The controversy U'teen tho two kov- '
ernments has nnmriied a more serious '
aspeel than is Kem-rally supposed.
While tho iresi.Inet h txmnil to Hie
pilnoiplo of arbitration, anil while, on I
its fute. the caco the United Statei
could present illicit result in a triumph
for tills covoriimont, tj,uro rt.,a, t,o '
possibility that an arbitration tribunal '
mlubt iK-tiiilu that the Hrltfsh novum- I
ment is entitled to a M)rt on the Pacific 1
coast, perhaps Skway, of which Great j
llntain Kreatlv desiiea to obtain a
session. In view of the u'rent com-;
metciHl Inteiens of the Pacillc coast, I
the aduiinislratinii iIim-s not feel justi-
flwl in Hcceplim: artiitration. ami the
Hritiah Kovetiimeut has been u'iven to
I'.jplornlliui of Alnakn.
Herkeley, Cal.. May 22. Professor
CV. K. Hitter, of the department ol
zoologr in the university of California;
Charles I. Keeler, director of tliu mu-
renin of the academy of sciences, and
John Muir, the geologist, have accept-
ed an invitation from Dr. Merriam, of
tho biological survey, to Join an expedi-1
lion of sckntista for the pin pom; of ex
ploring Alaska during tho summer.
Thu parly will consist of nt least 20
men, piomiuent in various lines of
science, nnd will be absent between
two and three months. E. II. Harri
man, a New York capitalist, has char
tered a steamer for the uae of tho ex
pedition, which will sail north about
Tim Worll' (Inlil.
Waahington, May 23 Ex-United
States Senator Poller's statement that
mines nro prolillo, there is an abund
ance of gold, and tho money question ii
dead, is confirmed by director of the
Mint ltobeitfl, whose advices indicate
that tho production of gold for 1800
will reach 140,000,000. Olllcinl fig
ures for 1808 show an increnso of $50,
000,000 over the 1807 total, which waa
$230,604,800. Predictions nro made
that 1000 will see tho gold production
reach tho stupendous flguro of $400,
000.000. Of this about $05,000,000
will bo requited fur arts, leaving $U35,
000,000 available for use as money.
II00111 In IIumIIiib.
Now York, May 22. Tho homo-coming
of Admiral Dewey liaa caused a
boom in tliu dry goods Undo. Tho de
mand for ordiimtv cloth and prints foi
conversion into hunting has all but
exlm .sted the supply, and converteri
huvo found it necessaiy to tnko liiuhoi
grades of material, including what it
known na 04 squares. In tho trade it
is estimated Unit nt least 600,000
pieces or 25,000,000 yards of bunting
will bu usod to welcome tho horo ol
Auatriilliin View of the Cnlile.
Rvdnev. N. S. W.. May 23. The
cabinet horo, after considering the Pa-
clflo cable proposition, has illeagrcou
with tho imperial propo'als, nnd has
ngreod with tho Canadian men tnnt
the oablo shoulil Uo jointly owneu iiiiu
subsidized. This decision hoa been
telegraphed to tho colonial govorn
nionts. Iloraeleia CiirrliiB for Oregon.
Now Yoik, May 22. Oregon is soon
lo hnvo n stato automobilo company,
tho samo ns those formed today in
Trenton for 17 stales. It will Intro
duco nnd control horsoless carriages,
onbs, and trucks in tho largo oitlos,
nnd may secure, consolidatoundopornto
all atoot-oar linos.
Ore Ileiervolr Oolliineil
lloddlng, Cal.. Mny sa.-xno nowa
i-.i.... nf h, nnllnnso of
an ore oservolr belonging to tho Midas currency revision hnvo urged, but was
GolTMining Company, nt Hanison adopted bocnueo harmonious agree
Gulch Tl 0 oro, In n Bomi-liquld ment on it was possible, whioli was not
Bil to escaped into tho creek, entailing tho case when mo.o radical measure
a loss of $76,000. ' woro euggestod.
TORNADO-S WEPT TEXA8.
ttrnut I.nta of I'mpxriy In Kriith nnd
Houston, Tex., May 21. Ono of
the worst tornadoes that has visited
Texas since tho storm which destroyed
tho town of Cisco, three years iiko, ami
In which some fid people were killed,
piisnod over portions of Krntliand Titus
counties yesterday noon, the facts of
which were received hero today. The
storm came fiom tho northwest, nnd
passed over a strip of country 200 ynnh
wide, in a southeasterly direction.
Tho tornado was accompanied by vivid
llhtiiitiK mid a heavy hail storm.
Several homes and church buildings
were wieckod in several localities, tho
most serious boinc nt Mount Pleasant,
Titus county. Tho noon services had
Just closed, and tho people wero leav
iK when tiie wind struck tliu building.
A bolt of lightniiiK and thu wind de
scended upon the house simultaneous
ly, wrecking it, and scattered tho de
bris in all directions. W. A. Kauf
man was instantly killed, and 15 other
persons wero more or less injured,
Mime fatally. Three aro in a dying
condition, according to reports A
woman with a babo in her nrms was
struck by lifhtninK, hot miraculously
escaped death. A littlo girl was strip
led of her clothing, but only slightly
hurt. Tho tornado struck Stephen
villa nnd did considerable damage,
wrecking many Jiouscs, hut no ono was
killed. The Cumberland Presbyterian
church was unroofed nnd badly dam
aged. Many buildings in Stepheuvillo
were leveled, nmong them tho Metho
dist church. Ono man was killed and
three injured near Dublin. It is re
ported that sevoral wero killed soven
miles northeast of Stophenville. Treei
and crops in the wako of the stoini
were reported to bo destroyed, but au
thentic details of the disaster have not
THE DAWSON FIRE.
Womnii U'lio Ciiuanil It and Her Com.
imnluiia llHVfi llcittli Arretted.
Victoria, H. C, May 24. No fur
ther details of tho Dawson fire have
been received. Tho only accident
known to liavo occurred bofell a firo
iiian, who was severely hint about tho
head bv a blazing log, which was
blown fiom a binning building. It ia
stated that thu woman who upset tho
lamp which caused tho catastroplio
and the other inmates and occupants
of the house have been nrrested and
may bo severely dealt with. A re
port is also current hero that only tho
. bank of Uritish North America of tho
I chartered financial institutions was de
1 htroyed, not both it and the Bank of
Kilcy, Toklas and Humes, the men
who brought out the news of tho fire,
are reixirted to havo collected hun
dreds nutl even thousands of dollars as
private mail-cairiers for thu prompt
delivery of tho communications of
which they were bearers. Ono of theso
was addiessed to tho inspector of tho
Uank of Uritish North America, and
considerably reduces tho amount of the
bank's loea by fire. It is understood
that tho record of tho bank notes con
sumed was destroyed with them, but
it ia nevertheless quito possible that
this will not mean lost money. v
PORTRAIT OF DEWEY.
Vermont CoinmUaloiia Tliomai II. Woo a
to I'lilnt It.
Now York, May 24. Tho stato of
Vermont lias commissioned Thomas W.
Wood to paint Admiral Dewey's por
trait, nnd immediately nftor tho ad
miral has been welcomed in tho harbor
of New Yoik ho will poao for his pic
ture, which, when finished, promises
to remnin in history ns famous ns that
of Farragut on tho Hartford.
Tho artist is a fellow-citizen of Ad
mirnl Dewey. Ho wioto to tho ad
miral in October, making tho sugges
tion, nnd n few days ago, under dnto
of January 30, ho recoivod an ac
knowledgment of Jiis letter and a
choorful consent to tho plan. Mr.
Wood will ninko two paintings if time
will permit ono n bust of tho ndmiial
nnd tho other n full-length portrait
showing thu admiral standing on the
biidgoof the Olympia in tho white
duck uniform that ho woro whon he
gavo tho order to attack Montojo's
TO REDEEM IN GOLD.
Currency Keroriu rimmed by tlio lto
Washington, May 23. It is under
stood that tho honso Republican cau
cus committee nppointod to frnmo n
Bcliomo of currency reform has ogreod
upon n moasuro along tho following
The redemption of nil obligations of
tho government in gold on domnnd.
Greenbacks, when onno rodeemoJ for
gold, to bo reissued only for gold.
Permitting national banks to issuo
notos to tho pnpor vnluo of thoir gov
ernment doposit in tho tronsury, in
stead of 00 per cent, as nt present.
Permitting tho minimum enpacity
of national banks to bo $35,000 instead
of $50,000, na nt present.
This plnn is much less comprohon-
nlvn than nrdont advocates of oonornl
NEWS OF NORTHWEST
A Uudsf t of Oensrnl Kw Ostherad In
Beverul I'nolflo Ooatt
Tho influences which dominate tho
early history of a state are far-reaching.
Oregon has many blessiriKs and
one of them is that thousands of its
young peoplo aro enrolled under tho
banner of Christian Endeavor. Tho
sooieties hnvo been tho means of kind
ling noble purposo and arousing enthu
siasm for tho work of Christian men
Tho Oregon Christian Endeavor Un
ion is to hold its 12th annual conven
tion at Portland, May 25-28. and'hun
dreds of young people nro planning to
enjoy it. It is exceptional good for
tune that Dr. Clark, thq president of
tho United Society of Christian En
deavor, which now has a membership
of over 3,000,000, will bo present. He
left Boston May 1st, having just shaken
tho dust of Cuba from his feet, and
will address conventions in Manitoba,
Utah and California, beforo coming to
Tho prgorammo is pronounced
"splendid," but is not yet quito ready
lt is to bo a mass convention, that
is, nil members of Christian Endeavor
societies aro free to attend. Tho Port
land '00 committee nro making cnrefull
arrangements, and they offer free lodg
ing to societies with a membership of
40 or less for four of their number, pro
viding each lias a delegate's certificate.
In societies numbering over 40, ono out
of 10 mny bo given a delegate's certifi
cate entitling to free lodging whon
The railtoads have given special rates,
tho O. P.. & N. Co., full fare going,
one-fifth fato returning. All pnichas
ing tickets should get a receipt from
tho agent showing that they havo paid
full fare, and this receipt will be coun
tersigned by tho secretniy of the Ore
gon Christian Endeavor Union. On
presentation of the receipts thus coun
tersigned the holders will bo entitled
to tiie reduced return rates.
Tiie Southern Pacific offers such ex
ceptionally low rates that this will
afford a splendid opportunity to visit
Portland. At that timo the city will
be at its best, and tlio peoplo will be
prepared to givo tho visitois a royal
welcome. A steamboat excursion up
the Columbia has been planned nt a
low rate for tho round trip. This ii
an oppoitunity not to be missed.
Chairman of Press Committee.
Site for a Smelter.
Advices from Grand Forks, B. C,
nnnounccs that Jay P. Graves, who ia
operating in the Boundary country on
behalf of n big Montreal syndicate,
which ia nbout to erect a smelter
there, has finally selected a site on tho
north bank of tho north fork of tho
Kettle river, one milo and a half from
Grand Forks. The smelter will havo
u capacity of 50 tons per day, with
provisions for an increnso to 3,000 tons.
Mr. Graves has gone East to purchase
a plant. This is tho smelter which is
to handle tho output of the Knob Hill
and Old Ironcides mines, nnd possibly
that of the City of Paris, and others, in
which Mr. Graves and bis associates
Slniicliterlni; Deer to He Stopped.
L. P. W. Quimby, Oregon stato game
warden, was in Jackson county recent
ly investigating tho wliolesalo slaugh
ter of deer by the Elk-creek liunteis
with a view of putting a stop to the
samo by enforcement of tho stato game
law. Ho will spend $400 of tho $500
allowed his office for deputy hire in
bringing tiie guilty parties to account,
nnd nrrosts may bo expected at any
time. Somo timo ago 1,400 deer hides
wero shipped from Central Point.
Northwest New Note.
An Everett paper mill has received
on order from Manila for papor.
S'vernl hundred acres are sown to
flax in tho Walla Walla country.
L. C. Smith, of Syracuse, N. Y.. has
purohasod tho Seattle National Bank
building for $153,000.
Clnudo Brnnton. who was hanged nt
Eugene, used noitlier tobacco, liquor
nor profano language.
Capitalists nro looking for locations
at Spoknno for n woolen mill nnd a
mining drill fuctory.
Trout nnd Bnlmon nro boing caught
in largo numhors in tho irrigating
ditches of Kittitas county.
At least 20 pei cont of tho farming
land in tho Palouso country will bo
Bummor fallowed this year.
Treasurer Buchanan, of Bonton coun
ty, has $4,000 on hand to redeem war
rants on which intoiost has stopped.
It ia estimated that 8,000 now Bot
tlers havo established themselves in
the stato of Washington since last Sep
tember. Tho work of clearing 34 acres of land
nt MnriowBtono point, whero tho gov
ernment fortifications nro being built,
is under rapid headway, and' will soon
Tho peoplo of Ashland hnvo pledged
a sum sufficient to pay tho debts of tho
normal school, so that tho property
may bo transforrod to tho state. The
debts amount to about $2,035.
An olcotion was reoontly hold at Red
Lodge, Mont., nt which a proposition
carried to bond tho city in tho sum of
(25,000 for tho purpose of constructing
water works in that city. Another
proposition to bond that dlstiict for
f 10,000 for tho pnrposo of erecting a
brick high school building will soon bo
submitted to the qualified voters of
lied Lodge. These latter bonds aro to
be redeemable in 10 years, and paya
ble in 20 yoars. and are to bear inter
est at a rate of 5 per cent.
There is a full ncreago of hops in
this vicinity this year. Tho Yakima
hop crop will probably amount to 18.
000 or 20,000 bales. About 4,000
havo been contracted for tho season.
Arthur Poole rnado contracts at 11
cents last week ns follows: Captain
Dunn, 80 bales; Frank Marble, 70
bales; E. S. Hill. 150 bales; A. W.
Morrison, 50 bales; Georgo Sivorly,
30 bales. He roports negotiations pro
gressing favorably for several hundred
Jinvr Mlnlnc Compnny.
Articlea of incorporation have been
filed by tho Empire Mining Companv.
with a capital stock of $1,600,000,
divided into 1,600,000 shares of the
par value of $1 each. Tho company
proposes to operate placer gold mines
nnd lodes of gold-bearing ore in Baker
and Grant counties. The principal
office of tho company will be situated
at Baker City, with a branch office in
The Kendrick State bank, of Ken
drick, Idaho, filed articles of incorpora
tion with a capital stock of $25,000.
Tlio directors are M. C. Normoyle, D.
C. McCrea, Math Jacobs, A. W. Gor
don and F. N. Gilbert.
PACIFIC COAST TRADE.
Wheat Walla Walla, 57c; Valley,
68c; Bluestem, 69o per bushel.
Flour Best grades, $3.20; graham,
$2.05; superfine, $2.15 per barrel.
Oats Choice white, 4445c; choice
gray, 42 43c per bushel.
Barley Feed barley, $22.00; brew
ing, $23.00 per ton.
MillstufTs Bran, $17 per ton; mid
dlings, $22; shorts, $18; chop, $10.00
Hay Timothy, $89; clover, $7
8; Oregon wild hay, $0 per ton.
Butter Fancy creamery, 8235o;
seconds, 27 30c; dairy, 2527o store,
Clieeso Oregon full cream. 13)ao;
Young America, 15c; new cheese,
10c per pound.
Poultry Chickens, mixed, $34
per dozen; lions, $4.005.00; springs,
$1.253; geese, $6.007.00 for old,
$4. 50 5 for young; ducks, $5.00
6.60 per dozen; turkeys, live, 15
lGc per pound.
Potatoes $1 1.10 per sack; aweetB,
2c per pound.
Vegetables Beets, 00c; turnips, 75c
per sack; garlic, 7o per pound; cab
bage, $11.25 per 100 pounds; cauli
flower, 75o per dozen; parsnips, 75c
per sack; beans, Sc per pound; celery,
70 75c per dozen; cucumbers, 60c per
box; peas, 33c per pound.
Onions Oregon, 6076o per sack.
Hops ll13c; 1897 crop, 46c.
Wool Valley, ll12o per pound;
Eastern Oregon, 6 10c; mohair,
87c per pound.
Mutton Groes, best sheep, wethera
and ewes, 4c; dressed mutton, 7Kci
spring lambs, 7&C per lb.
Hogs Gross, choice heavy, $4.50;
light and feeders, $3.503.00; dressed,
$5.000.00 per 100 pounds.
Beef Gross, top steers, 4.00$4.50;
cows, $2. 50 3. 00; dressed beef,
60Jc per pound.
Veal Large, 07c; small, 78c
Onions, 80o$1.10 per 100 pounds.
Beets, per sack, $11 25.
Turnips, per sack, 60 75c.
Carrots, per saok, 75c.
Parsnips, per sack, 85c$l.
Cauliflower, $1.00 per doz.
Cabbage, native and California
1)2.60 por 100 pounds.
Apples, $2.503.50 per box.
Pears, 50o$1.50 per box
Prunes, 60c per box.
Butter Crenmery, 20c per pound;
dairy and ranch, 13 18c per pound.
Cheese Native, 18c.
Poultry Old hens, 10c per pound;
spring chickens, 14c; turkeys, 10c.
Fresh moats Clioico drcssod beef
steors, prime, 9c; cows, prime,.
0c; mutton, 0c; pork, 7o;venl, 810o.
Wheat Feod wheat, $20.
Oats Choico, per ton, $20.50.
Hay Pugot Souud mixed, $7.00'
3; choico Eastern Washington tim--
Corn Whole, $33.50; cracked, $24;
feod meal, $34.00.
Bnrloy Rolled or ground, per ton,
$3520; whole, $24.
Flour Patent, por barrel, $3.85;
Btrnighta, $3.10; California brands,
$3.25; buckwhoat flour, $3.50; graham.
por barrol, $3.00; whole wheat flour,
$8.76; ryo flour, $4.50.
MillstufTs Bran, por ton. $15;
shorts, por ton, $10.
Feod Chopped, feed, $31 23 per
ton; middlings, per ton, $33; oil cako
meal, per ton, $33.