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LsEVELT WROTE A LETTER
.,.,1 th IlxailtllllB Confer-
Bk' ''' . .1 rr..lr. In I'lillliiiiln...
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if.ihinatoii. Julv ill. Tho lulormtt.
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Vnrli wrote a itnior urging ins
lu'"' . . ... 1 1 ...i .1.1..
N I1 1'1" , ill I .. ...in
In V LO SIU'CCO'IOU ") mOH nn mill-
H orernor ol Culm. Thia letter waa
' ..... fi IIIIUM lnr of tin imliint't
. m the last gciunnl outburst of
iill-AIC" """,0 WUH uuu,ro I''"
nun irn ii"ii
... i.. ..ii.k.i ...iii. ii...
I Lut nmii l-rolJiti JtoowuU partial
VlnKiittmi; ii. wlillo lilt Was wilh
IttWb n liTH Hi Kaiitingn. fWrotnry
11(tririlicmu i Ituosevolt for n lettoi
i. ... I . ItTllr. Ill uuiiiiitiii.ii vii mr
Ic! r'utct wiolo l 11m secretary in
I5i- :r.i linn, and there wna colinid-
Im ,n in m im-iit over Uih niHllMr in
ti-iiri,r- 'Ibla in aw id to Imvo Iieen
IfMifly fialc up by the two wen after
jlXetrt'a rot urn from the war, but
HnWU'll never llllptOM"! of tllO Illtllt-
vmei.t "f tlio wnr UjmrtniHiit.
l;y)Yc,t, iii liin ltitlHi to tliu oabl-
UnoRI' f. was very novum in hia crltl
ucuol mo goiiornl com Ml df thu
I i-4lt!iicnt. ninl insisted that the ad
B.ulitration i-oul'I not utronl to be held
! tejoiiH' It- for Alger, nor to contlnuo
tb military policy in tlio Philippine'
(tin Cutin. Hi) urgud tluil vlgoroiu
id I effective operations liu itibinttnl on.
Tbn loner was shown to tho president
itoncc, i8 it wni) Intended to bo, ami
dunlins was stinted tlio renewal of
Uedemund for Algor'tt rollrouieiit that
Tr-olte I in his resignation.
H'lii'i, tlio president sent for Uooe-
tflt, as lio did om tiiiio Iwfora Alger
xii(iu-il. it in Ktiitcil Unit tin object in
caliir.u linn to tlio Wliito Houso wan
to talk over UiIh letter and try to nuioli
tome utidui Ht siixll i)j Unit would avoid
duty action in tlio iiiuttui. It wax
lopjiOBfd, after thin inteivluw between
the picouloiit and Govurnot IlooHuvult,
that tlio wliolu iniittur would K for
two or tiiruo uinntliH buforu final action,
indtlio immudinto ami Hiuldon roHinna
tlonof Alyur is attriliutod to friction
between Iii in and Oouoral Coibin, lio
caoia Aluur dualiod to copy certain
document!) in tlio dopiutmout (or hiH
xkoiiiiI iiho,, nu net which Cobrin in
old to havo HiiuuusHfnlly realatod by an
ppeal to the ptealdont
Iiivllxil to Tnronm.
Tacomn, WiihIi., Julv 81. Presldonl
C S. Mellon, of tho Noitl.orn Pacific
Milro.nl, in tulkluf today of tho rail
'M'l Bitnation on tho coaut, flaiil:
"Wo havo offorod tho 0. 11. & N.,
l'lcli la iu tho Union Pacific system,
folettlium run into Taconm ovor our
fucks from Portland, nuii to jjlvo thorn
emiiiinla horo, bo far as wo havo any
'V in tlio niattor, nt voiy loaHonablo
I'm. Thoy inny nccopt our propoai
fion. Tho tornia nro entirely fiatiafac
Jj'J. If thoy nro not, wo will mako
"em satiBfactory. It would ho to our
nlerost, aa woll aa tlioiifl. to lot
'era run in ovor our tracka, rather
"mil build nn additional lino. Wo
'onM rnthor dlvido tho coat anil ox
rentoof tuaiutaiiiiiiK ono lino than to
PJyll tho cost ouraulvos Tho traf
flo botweon hoio and Portland for ninny
,earfl c;n all bo dono ovpr tho ono lino,
nil not lio crowded. Aa for torniH, wo
lll uiako tornia that nro antlafaotory."
I'oiir KIIIimI, Hnvoit Injiirnil.
Halifax, N. 8., July Ul. Font won
t'Ore Grilnlin.l ,l,...ll. ,... ... ..I.,., ul,f
u. i j viuiibii, nuvuii Duiiuimij
"J'lted, and n nuinlior HliKlitly hurt
uio wroels of n conatrucl 'on, train on
"19 Milllllllll l-..ll.r,..,l I.. liV,..!',. ...,!,.
Hit .tiiiiuiiii, in A4iiuin vuiiiii,
J nftotnoon. Atrnln of flat cara
TO procoding slowly nloiiK aoino now
'rk, when ono of tho contor truoks
3'iinpoa tho rnila nnd tho othora behind
S"01' top of it. Tlioro wiiro 35 or
7 ,ll0 on tho trntn. All Uioao on
y0iri tho car that fltat loft tho trnok,
01 In number, woro Instnntly killed,
ynoortwo of thoso injuied nto In n
"Korona condition. Tlio acoldont
-wenou 18 mlloa from Windsor.
1 1 T A II IT r T W A IIA I O ft 1.
SAMOA AGAIN RESTLESS.
"'...., ,.f ,,. Nl,tlv, ,
! iiimIit date , .lv 1 i, mia
rmvnd to day ,y ,.,, Ht.mi.ii.f Monna an
f"ll'.8t Th.. xltmalm, i h,,,,,,,,, l
ono of KM.at ommlii,HH, tho attitude of
imtivoH boiiiK fr lroII, r(lw,lrln(
Hevoral llKllH mV(l ,)(.,.um1 ( iff(Kr
"nt poitimm of th ighuida but ween
upportera of rivals for tho kim-Kbi,,,
tiii'l fuvornl nativoH havo benu killo'l.
J'thniK iiiiiuIi eouiiia to havo been ac
oo.npliHhml by tho high coi.iiniHHli,.,
mnni nrniR wmo Kiirjontlorod by tho
Wilef Jimtlco Chnmbom, bnint dig.
Katlkflml with the Miippoit extended to
h:a court by tho coiiimiwiioiiurs. will
Iniivo today for WiihIiIiiIoii. Their nc
tinn in refimiiiK tho aid naked for to
Huatain the nourt'a authority is Raid to
have been prompted hy diapatebea ru
titiveil by the (lermaii comminaioni!i
from hia ImniiiKoveriiiiient, which, it ia
elnliiied, ia greatly illnpluaceil with hia
reoojjnltiiui of tb auproiiio court in the
'lliu coMiiiiinMioDnr), havo been woll
jeuelved nn nil the lalitmla they visited.
Thoy expected to anil for Iho United
Htateg on tho Uadgor on July 10.
Vuli'iilio l iiaana llm'Um n lllir h llnrara.
Iloiinlulu. July 2!I, via San Krnncia
co, Julv 81. The volciuiio eruption on
Mauna Lon i atill in full blast. Tlio
lava flow ia apparently filling up tho
table land, and Ililo and tho whole
Ibland of Hawaii nro enveloped in
inioki). VeM)la eucouiitor detiao clouda
of amoko n huridied milea out to hm,
and navigators aro seriously inconven
ienced. Kilaiin ia hIho auioking freely
and indications tun thin volcano will
noon be In aclivo eruption.
Frank D.ivey. a pliotographor. ling
U-turned from a vinit to the volcano,
lie aaya there ia a fcorioa of eight cra
terh; live of them woro dead, but tip
pearil to have been active quite locont
ly. One of the otheia waa beliiliiug
forth niioko and firo and molten rocks
of gieat atze. According to Davoy, tho
locka weru aa big aa hones and went
M) high that they ciHiled boforo fulling
to tho gtound again. It took Davev
and his party 15 hours to aaceuil the
uiountain fioin tlio active orator to tlio
summit, where their hordes wero left.
Two men became delirious from want
Tho trip isdencrihed as a torriblo one
in thu extreme. All around the top
of tlio mountain was cold, but at the
crater it was vury hot. The extiemea
were fetich aa would knock moat any
liiriniina uml .liipiiin-ai- llnlp lo'iirc'it-
Now York, July ill. A special to
tho Herald from Washington cays:
According to verbal roporta to tlio navy
from ofllcera returning from tho Phil
ippines, Agiiinaldo continues to get
war supplies through German mer
chants in Hong Kong, and Japanese
merchants in Yokohama, although oui
consuls havo been diioctod to keep a
sharp lookout for filibustering.
In more than ono instance, British
ofllcera have aided the United States
in pieventing the shipmout of arms
from Hong Kong, but ofllceta just re
turned sav there ia no doubt the temp
tation olTeied by Aguinaldo'a high
prices baa Induced inorchanta to vio
late the neutrality laws and tiy to force
the imperfect blockade.
Twelve Spanish gunboats rccontly
put on hlockado duty havo dono re
markably good sorvico in cutting off
supplies between dilleiont islands.
Last mall repot ta said thoy haJ cap
iitiod 10 different cargoes of supplies,
but not uny valuable munitions of war.
Four on Dun HtiufTulil.
Baltimore, Md., July 31. Upon
ono acatlold, and simultaneously, foui
negroes woro hanged today in Balti
more city jail y"l- Cornelius Gar
diner, John Myera and Charlea James
paid witli their Uvea for criminal as
aault on Annie Bailey, a 13-yenr-old
negiess. Joseph Uryan, tho fourth
member of tho quarter, killed Mary
Pack, a ncgrosa. Tho neoka of James
Myers and Uyran weio broken by tho
fall and thoy diod almost instantly.
Gardiner's cap became disarranged in
tho fall and hiWace waa viaihlo to the
apoctators. Ho waa apparently con
scions about ouo moment, after wliicn
ho slowly strani:leu
Manila, July 01 I" - compliance
with nn order received from Madrid,
tho Spanish transport Alva will pro
coed from Manila immediately to the
Caroline islands, in order to repatriate
tl ocarrison and inhabitants of thoso
ia anda. There ia Kioat interest in tho
rst nttompt of a cable boat to follow
tho movements of an nrmy. Uio boat
eft Tnuibay, near Taguit!, at ho north
o end of LnKunadoHiiy, thia morn-
B, nnd after mnkiiiB coi'' ,wi '
tho l"J wlr0 Biiccosafnlly Inld 18
miles of cable. It ia expected tho en
bioboat will roach Calamba lonlgbt.
Ori'Eon t" Itn-Kl'""'-
WasliinRtoii. July 81.-Lloutenont.
Thirty-lift'1 infantry, telegrapbod lio
' Lirtmont today that a nun.bo
f me , from tho Second Oregon desired
to onltat in the iegimo.it nnd return , to
bn l hi iPPl'ios if thoy can bourantod
n d i s ' furlough. Tho furlough has
S. MtnorlMd by tho war department
to sucl. men na dosir.) to enlist.
YELLOW JACK'S WORK.
nim-iiao Iii H. nt. il nt Hampton uml Slorn
l!ni Vrn r.iclMl.
WaHhliigtoii, Aug. a. Tho latest of
llclnl advices received up to 8 o'clock
tonight show a total of Ii8 caaea and
seven deaths from yellow fever at tho
soldlora' homo at Hampton, Va. Ono
new ciico developed at the homo today.
Thus far tho dlsoaHO lina been confined
to tho homo, but all Mirroiinding towns
are exulted, and a vigorous quarantine
is being maintained.
Dr. Wasdiu, of tho ninrino hospital
hoi vice. Is now in charge of affairs at
Hampton, and ia working iu co-operation
with the loaal hoards of health.
Ho has strengthened tlio gordon about
the town of Phoebus, which ho reports
in vury bad nanltary condition. Tho
fnut that only ono new case appeared
today is encouraging to tlio oflicials
here, who aro taking every measure to
prevent a aproad of tho disease. They
feel that the fact that the affected lo
cality Ih in the lunula of the govern
ment and under one management, will
bo of great value in dealing with the
scourge, and enable better results to be
oblniiiod than where epidemica broke
out in commercial placca'.
iiiio u out or Dimenr.
Honolulu, July 2C, via San Francis
co. Aug. 2. Tho latest reports horn
the volcano of Mauna Loa, received to
day by way of Kalaieha, ia to the
effect that a great change took place
in the course of the lava flow on the
night of July 18. The mighty strem
of burning lava which waa steadily
flowing toward tho town of Ililo and
threatening its destruction, has been
diverted in ita course so that the dang
er to life nnd property ia leas immi
nent than at tho time of the previous
mail advices from here. Kvor since tho
liow began, July 4, the course of tho
stream of lava has been from tho high
est active cones down to the mountain
nearly due east, past all tho sources of
lava till it readied nnd partly ciossed
the flow of 1880. Then it turned
abruptly to tho north in tho direction
of Kalaieha, on tho aide of Mauna Loa.
It spread all over thu aide of tlio moun
tain, occupying an area almost a mile
wide. Tina was tho condition of tilings
up to the night of July 18.
Some time during that night tlio
first part of the stream, flowing eaat
waul, broke through ita hanka about
half way from its aourco, to where it
turned northward down tho mountain
parallel with the old channel, but
fuither west. This is carrying the
lava less directly toward Ililo and
keeping it neater tlio ridge which di
vides Iroin the slope off in tho direction
of tho Kohala coast.
Tlio lava flow from Mauna Loa has
changed its courso and the city of Ililo
is no longer in danger.
Nn ItmniMly for Hinitlixrn I.ynclilncn.
Now York, Aug. 2. Govornor D.
M. Jones, of Arkanss, replying to a
quory from tho Times na to tho causo
of lynohiuga in tho South, said:
"In my judgment, tho Eo-called do
laya in the administration of criminal
law so far aa Arkansas ia concerned,
have not been the causo of tho lynch
ing of any person accused of crime.
The lynchings in this stato have gen
erally been in cases of rape and attempt
ed rape, and especially when tho as
sault has been made by n negro upon a
white woman. Thia crinio ia so hein
ous and revolting that all tho lawa in
the world, no mattor how eovoro the
punishment or how speedy ita inflic
tion, cannot in my judgment prevent
lynohiuga when the accused falls into
tho hands of the enraged mob.
"I can suggest no remedy, because
thoro is none except tho cessation of
tlio crime itself. Of course this ia to
bo doplorcd bosauso it ia always best
that tho hw should be poruiitted to
take its regular courso, but aa long na
human nnturo temnina na it is, tho con
ditions in thia respect will not bo im
proved." Boycott In Cluveliind.
Clovoland, Aug. 2. Every branch
of the Big Consolidated system waa in
full operation today, but cars carried
few, if any, pasaengots. Tho bocyott
is becoming tho most important faotor
in tlio struggle. The company ofll
oials say it is bound to fall of ita own
weight within a few days. On tho
other hand labor leadeiB declare tho
boycott has just begun and that when
it reaches its f nil scopo nil classes nnd
all interests will bo nirocted.
Tho ooronor today found Hawley,
tion-uniou conductor who shot and
killod Henry Coniswolt, guilty of kill
ing without provocation or excuse.
Hawley ia in jail.
Itapnrt on Sineltor Slrlko.
Donver. Aug. 2. Tho stato board of
arbitration today filed its report on tho
investigation of tho smolter striko.
Tho decision roachod is a compromiso
between tho demands of the smoltor
mon nnd tho concessions of the compan
ies. Tho question of union or non
union laboi is ignorod. It is thought
botli sides will accept tho decision, and
work will bo resumed soon.
l'lve Killed In nn ICxplonlon.
Detroit, Aug. 2. A spooial to tho
News from White Cloud. Mich., says:
A threshing mnchino onRino oxploded
near Big Prairie. Charlio Ilaight, Al
pha Hnight, Charlos Crnhtroo, Georgo
Overly, Coeil Priest nnd Rnymond
Howe woro killed. Oscar Evans nnd
Goorgo llalght woro sovoroly injured.
PACIFIC COAST NEWS
(,'omnif trial mid Financial Iliippniilnct
or liitnrct to Hhi Growing
Ili'i-t tincarnt Oxnaril.
Times aro lively iu and around tho
dg heot-augar factory nt Oxnard, Cal.
Fourteen thousand, nine hundred and
fifty ncrea of beets havo been planted
iu that vicinity and aro now being pre
pared for harvest. Over 1,000 men nro
engaged in thinning the beets, for
which service they receive $1.40 n iny,
on an average. The now crop will
amount to about 200.000 tons of beets,
and when theso are put through tho
big factory tho result will bo that
about 110.000 tons of refined sugar is
ready for the market, for it ia esti
mated that tho crop will average about
18 per cent sacchriuo matter. A largo
deal lias just been consummated, where
by tho American Beet Sugar Company,
which owns tho Oxnard factory, has
purcliaaed the largo Patterson ranch,
which contains 5,000 ucrea. The pur
chase price is said to be over $600,000.
This ia the largest single purchase put
through in many years in Ventura
county. Tho new factory now haa a
capacity of 2,000 tons of beeta per day,
and since tho capacity was recently
doubled, it ia now the largest sugai
factory nnd refinery in tho world.
A Dlatant Murknt For Flour.
Tho Big Bend flour mill nt Daven
port, Wash., annually ships hundreds
of bands of flour to the Orient, whero
it has built up n reputation that gives
it a steady sale. The other side of tlio
J'acilic, where tho countries aro dense
ly populated furnishes a market for a j
vast quantity of American flour, nnd
, . . ... i .i-
neavy invoices are euippeu uireci iu
Hint foreign market from the homo
mill. At tho present time tlio Big
Bend mill is turning out several thou
sand barrels of its superior brand of
flour for Japan, nnd this ia only tlio be
ginning of what promises to reach
greater shipments in the futuro to the
The vines aro reported to he making
excellent progressand in many sections
tlio hops never looked better. Neatly
all the largo yards aro iu fine condi
tion, and, as rule, are for this season
well advanced. There aro plenty ol
lice, hut the sprayers are keeping them
iu check. There have been some con
tracts mado at from 10 to 12 centa,
hut growers aro genorally backward
Croat Fall Wool.
Great Falla, Mont., has proved itself
to lie tho highest and best market lor
wool in tho stato of Montana. Over
273.000 pounds of woo' was sold one
day last week, and it brought very
good prices, the highest price paid be
ing 20 cents, and tho lowest 17 5-8
cents, the whole averaging higher than
any lots of wool so far sold in Montana,
and tho highest price paid being the
top notch at which Montana wools have
so far been sold.
For the New Wnter System.'
The first carload of steel pipe to be
usod in the Cedar rivor.pipo system at
Seattle nrrived at that place last week.
Thoro are 112 feet, or 12 tons on tho
car. A train of nbout 40 cars is now
on tho wny containing over 500.000
pounds of steel pipo. Each car has
four pieces 28 feot in length, or, if the
pipo is curved, flvo pieces 21 feet long.
A Cullfbrnla Creamery.
Tho Cliino Valley crenmeiy, at Chi
no, Cal., is making nil its milk receipts
into butter now, tho price of butter
having gone up to 50 cents, it ia moro
profitable to mako butter than ohoeso.
Tho association ia receiving 7.500
pounds of milk a day and Manager
Steele says that as beet pulp comes in
for feed tho rocoipts will run up to 10,
000 pounds per day.
Northwest News Notes.
Pendleton wants a city park.
Starbuck, Wash., has a haunted
Tacoma will issue $1,800,000 in re
Spokano breweries aro now running
witli non-union men.
Paoifio & Idaho Northorn will build
n 15,000 depot at Woisor.
Baker City's water supply ia so low
that irrigation had to bo stopped,
A copper lead 00 miles long has been
found on Fifty Mile rivor, Alaska.
Groat Northorn agents aro buying a
now right-of-way through Spokano.
"Dad" Wright killed a 1,000-pound
grizzly boar in Northwest Territory.
Canucks have stopped boata on Lake
Lindoman from Dairying passengers.
Astoria haa invited President Mc
Kinloy to nttond tho coming regnttn.
Conl is now to bo used in sinking
shnfts nt Rampait City on tho Yukon.
Comraittoo has reported on Tacoma
as tho best location for Whitwortn col
Denver and Omaha mon will erect a
Binoltor in Kirklanti, Wash., n suburb
Zino ore is being shipped fiom Spo
kano diroctly-to England, by, wny oi
Work will bo begun soon on Snohom
ish nnd Willnpa rivor natohoiies in
I HEAVY BANK clearings.
tVnro Nearly Fifty For Cent l.nrcer
Than n Var A co
It. G. Dun & Company, in their
weekly review of tiade, say:
There is certainly room for eomo do
crease, when tho volume of payments
thtoiigh the clearing-house, in July, it
47.2 per cent linger than last year, the
best of all previous years. So great an
advance would warrant expectation of
some setback under ordiniuy circum
stances. This year, tho unusual free
dom from labor troubles, about July 1,
ia followed by some signs of n tendency
to striko, becnuso great works nro com
mitted fai ahead and cannot halt with
out loss. But interruption of business
by labor troubles of all sorts has been
leas than in any other July for years.
Nor is the movement of products hamp
ered. Western receipts of wheat in
July havo been 18,803,826 bushels,
against 7,300,333 bushels last year to
ditto, and eqrri. 20,485,451 bushels,
against 0,173,335 bushels last year,
even tho latest week showing large
gains over last year. Exports of
wheat, from both coasts, were 0,030,
280 bushels, flour included, against
8.833,102 bushels last year. Copper ii
strong, with spot scarce and lead weak
at $1.55, but tin is quoted at $31.56,
London leading as usual.
Shipments of boots and shoes from
tho East, in four weeks, havo been
304,374 cases, against 360,535 last
year; and in 1805, the nearest previoui
year, 351,350 cases. Leather continues
strong and scarce, with a combination
of packers lifting prices of hides at
Chicago, so that many of tho takers are
quitting that market.
Failures for tlio week have been 151
in the United States, against 225 last
year, and 20 in Canada, against 26 last
PACIFIC COAST TRADE. .
Onions, new, 1.25 per sack
Potatoes, new, 1 1 is0 Per lb
Beets, per eack, $11 25.
Turnips, per sack. 5000c.
Carrots, per sack, $1 1.25.
Parsnips, per sack, $1.
Cauliflower. 40U0c per doz.
Cabbage, native and California
51. B0 per 100 pounds.
Apples. $1.001.25 per box.
Pears, $1.50 per box.
Prunes, $1 per box.
Butter Creamery, 22c per pound;
dairy 1518c ranch, 1215c per lb.
Cheese Native. 1012c.
Poultry 13 14c; dressed, 16c. .
Fresh meats Choice dressed beoi
steers, prime, 8c; cows', prime,
7c; mutton, 8c; pork, 7jc; trimmed,
8c; veal, 810o.
Wheat Feed wheat. $20.
Oats Choice, per ton, $28.
Hay Puget Sound timothy, $6(38
choice . Eastern Washington tim
Corn Whole, $23.50; cracked, $24;
feed meal, $24.00.
Barley Rolled or ground, per ton,
$2520; whole, $23.
Flour Patent, per barrel, $3.50;
blended straights, $3.25; California
$3.25; buckwheat flour, $3.50; graham,
per barrel, $3.60; whole wheat flour,
$3.75; rye flour, $4.50.
Millstuffs Bran, per ton, $16;
Bhorts, per ton, $17.
Feed Chopped feed, $21.50 per
ton; middlings, per ton, $22; oil cake
meal, per ton, $33.
Wheat Walla Walla, 6650c;
Valley,57Jc; Blueatem, 58o per bushel.
Flour Best grades, $3.25; graham,
$2.65; superfine, $2.15 per barrel.
Oats Choice wliito, 4345c; choice
gray, 42 43c per bushel.
Barley Feed barley, $1020; brew
ing, $21.00 per ton.
Millstuffs Bran, $17 per ton; mid
dlings, $22; shorts, $18; chop, $16.00
Hay Timothy, $80; clover, T
8; Oregon wild hay, $6 per ton.
Butter Fancy creamery, 3540o;
eoconds, 3335o; dairy, 27Ja30o;
Cheese Oregon full cream, 12o;
Young America, 13o; new cheese,
10c per pound.
Poultry ChickenB, mixed, $84.50
per dozen; lions, $4. 50 5. 00; springs,
$23.50; geese, $4.005.00 for old,
$45.50 for young; ducka, $5.00
6.50 per dozen; turkoys, live, 12Q
13c per pound.
Potatoes $1 1.25 por sack; sweots,
2c per pound.
Vegotnblos Boots, $1; turnipa, OOo
por sack; garlic, 7o per pound; cab
bage, lQ2c por pound; cauli
tlowor, 75o per dozon; parsnips, $1
beans, 56o por pound; colory,
7075o por dozon; cucumbers, 60o per
box; peas, 34o por pound. ,
Hops ll13o; 1897 crop, 40o.
Wool Valloy, 1313o per pound;
Eastorn Oregon, 813c; mohair,
27 30c per pound.
Mutton Gross, beat sheep, wethers
nnd ewos, 3 o; dressed mutton, B0c;
lambs, 3)cC por lb.
Hogs Gross, ohoico heavy, $4.50;
light and feeders, $3.504.00; dressed,
$C.OOU.OO por 100 pounds.
Beof Gross, top steers, 4.00$4.25;
cows, $3.0003.00; dressed beof,
00c per pound.
Veal Largo, 67o; small, 7i88c