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-wi !.Hto.l Cariabollu, Moli.tyn,
H At Cnrml'll" (inly iilnu houses
, j, JKinof nO"'C" l"Hf"l I""
ofn, r,B ..rovii. A ooiniiiunlontluii (mm
J " J .inl... Il.ul 200 families r..
Mlul'Ktoul 1ioiiihi or shelter, nnd in.my
' 'oJMl. oy ,wo ""U ,J0"UrH '""rk
la of wo""" t,,wl1, . '
tn Mt l.L.vii Intci tint gulf. Tin
nu,K.toll TallalmMM & "'"'' il
ot (," ! it iriulu' I (r n iIIhIiiiico ol
MtX ",,IL A lmM"',lK,,r ""J" "
eh 0f .iMji.Ii. M""' l'"",,,K,"'H wim '"1""I.
l'ro,lLm Ihelr im.ui" urn unobtainable.
jjt jlj Williams, coluro I, whs killed hi
('"ue"- Nl n,1"'r" ,n", ,,r""
Bin Sdlfltt ,'"'k',, n,u,lMl Nt'n u( A'""
coM1,iLBweipcri'd 10 rut'"v''' i1u '""'It'""
onujffjM.i rejorio.l Iroiii Mclulyru or I..m-
VltBl.y nl.tp lr'K t anolinr In Don
,n) tt'H,,r,j rtv nnd upper anchorage im
et(fUBM,nil high hiI -Iry nt St. Ucnigo mid
o Hlaiel. Twelve wru loaded will.
bnilr fliw reii'iy writeii. .hhiiiuk it'
ll) l.-.f.Bl"'0' """" "", H ""'M 01 wrtM'K,,U-
dna.:tjBjan ilio Italian Imrk lortunln Mi tick,
liit-BiU'I'1'1 '" ,w" 'r01" H,t"" "ti'in.
fy tirHi'ii(! il'"' oilu-r Tneiiln wrecked weio
lootiaBw Noi wcmn harks I'niiavuhi, Vale,
' ijTir.llif'.er. 11 ui-loo mid Elizabeth; the
''. o b'n ,t'' I'litiirm, itml thri'o jultii
,ttl;jtHt'i'i. t l.ii uteiuiicm Oilit rihI Cup.
lie! l'ii' Fuiy I'.'iitM ol iiiulu 2U limn
LerBtrtluit- Hotliiiij: ol tlm untiro llot-t
il,r,jH(jn t mvisl.
' f . iB Fit iini'lfiitifiixl IkjiUhk wrn ncov-
I toiu!() icxlay. ciipiiii"l to liu NiiilorH.
a ku U Tu;'!uat umia Iroin lien- to liu
n;is;Hwf't"l ll.' wriirkuu, iuhI all Hiniilo
if!((.Hii. ti leinu hIvhii. l'ifty ilontiliili'
liom I Milori with liroiiylit liurutodiiv ninl uru
etijcf Um:caiHl (oi.
Jti tiB A man mcuMiik o( chizoim in IhjIiijj
a(ijBl'Hlieii toiHKlit uiid all jioshIIiIu uiil
xiimH "11 li K'ven tho Cur raiMillo ili'Mitnlu.
One tit il I ion (lolliirk will not cover
U;. m u my
I e f HloNiiinr Orriritnl Ml' Hnt.
Tillalmgnio. Kla., Aii. 7. The flmt
it-'iij lDlelli;'er.co coiii'oniiiu tho Hininifr
cfiip- H C.ffCPiit City, which wiih ruixirlcil lost
fa- H Taeadiiy'it storm, wan ruoulvoil Intro
ifi.i H tly. Tiiu iteainor in mifu up thu
! H C'bitlalioochcu rlvor. Only (our Iioiiku
m M lenain in ''iiriiiliullu. Tho ilupot,
,f'' n "nl (toieii, wiirulimifcH ami iiiiIIh,
mn I in' 'nc1, 11 " buitiuoKrt lioimcM, cio
in ' m 0ilutuly wreckoJ ami tho atooka do
ZiM YAQUS ON THE WARPATH.
"u B Ih 51",lr"11 IihIIhii Trmibln L'mialitnlly
Chicncn. Aim. 7. A hdooIiiI to tho
l;U Tribune from tho City of Moxico Hiiya:
H ''l""'"''8 (r""1 Ouayniita hIiow tliat
tin M the Yuijui iiiHtirruotioii in ooiiMtautly
n1 M rowiiii m oxtont, ami all tho Iiuliimn
ill H In ttio kiwiih alonK tho rivoi aro liaiiiK
I'' W in arms ami tnllno lii ilui wiwiiIh mill
fliouiiiuliiH to join their coniianioiiN aU
B- reajy arrayed iiKiiinat tho a.itlioritlcR.
if. Jack Itanieov. tlm ftiimiiix frontior
lb( charucit'i, ami tho Amoiicaii plu.toh'
1,4 m "''la'r' ' AMIlor, woro on tlm way
M ,oA1""l(J,i when tlioy woro attackoil by
e m the IndiniiN ami klllml.
H is rcnortoil that tho Itoiimro family
b m ero captuieil an tluiy woro alimit to
it 9 etnbai k on ono of tho nloois ami that
at tlieywuiu killod. TroopH aro purHii-
B fK tho baiulH BiippoHoil to havn the
I- Hj family. Tho tokrapli lino south
I. from Alain ia lifia Ikuiii put Tint In
dians iiIoiik tho Mayo rivor aie quiot
nil do not fiooin to bo inalinod to join
Uolonol AdkoI Garcia 1'ona tolo
Rrnpliutl yoatorday that Don Carlos
Julo, tho notoil niorchant, has not Iiimmi
Killed nH roported. Oflloial adviccH up
mi VUOIi"v, nowovor, statu ciuaiiy tnai
AWT flnr in f.. .....I. 11..
.... v.uuuum xtirrun iiiruun iuuis u-
juin, thuv fun ml ton (load of illti troops
horn Coacorlt. and four of tho body
Snard of tho Yaqul cliiof, Mnhlonado,
al tlm body of Halo. Thoy nay notli
1'iK luia boon hoard of jho chlof.
Kitiiiitiou ii riiviiiiiiiiii.
Wa8iiinBton, Auk. 7. Olllolal re
ports to tho inarino .hospital Hotviuo
om tlio Soldiers' Homo at Hampton
Jliow that tho yollow fovot Bituation
Vmro C0ltlnuuH favorable. Burgeon
"Into reports to Dr. Wyinnn that tlioio
8 nothing BiiBpioious in tho town of
"iiupton. Tiioro were no now eaHoa
a'iil only ono doatli nt tho Homo today,
"ocordiiiR tonropoit Dr. Viokcry, tho
'urseon at tlio iiiBtltution, Rent to the
Gi'Beoii.Konornl tonljlit, Dr. VioKory
ProBlng tho opinion that tlio im
uiio ludp on tho way there should bo
ttillloioiit, na tlio opldenilo neoms to bb
eiieckud. Tlio coidon around tho Homo
" tlm imniodiato ndjolning vIIIuko of
Y'oobiiB, Surueon Whlto sayH, is as
ll8'it as ho ovor hiiw it at any wlaco.
REBELS REOEIVINQ AltM8
"mi """.M.mt Tl,.y II,,,,,.
J w...r. i.ltl., the country may
Iry tin (in.,,1, ,,,, lh() '
ob, o imrmlt tho Amiirh:.,,, t.oopi,
,r, v nU,,,,l,,0n' T1'"A-""I'."
"nay .luriiiK thu rainy H.uon ,,,
i.lly l.o luspootoil to doanytl,.,iK morn
th.ii. hold whnl it hH u,(illnil J(ii( o
pin for the noxt ciiii.i.aiL.n. ti.
kiiiiiI to ih.fijml In not vory rent. I
On tho koiitli of Manila wo 'hnvo I
linns, about IS ,iCR llWay, wll0,0 ,10,
fourth ami Koiiiteenth infantry, with I
nuvi'ial kuiih from tho Sixth nrtlllury, I
mo ktnliniicl. Thin tuiritorv was
Uiiin. il within tlio luHt two weeks by ,
tho hard lluhtliiK at I'arimiKpiij, at
whlcli .ivoii tlio rattlo of the rifles can !
he hiiHMl in Manila. We hold the road !
that Ming to Iiiiiih through I'nranaiuo 1
and Hacoor, oi-ry inch of which who
gained by hard lluhtliiK.
Norlhwaid tlio farthest point In tho
control of out aoldluis in Han J'Vrnando,
II iiiIIm from .Manila, on tho railioad.
Thu rallrrnul In uy uiIIch in loiinth in
all, but thu ltiHiitintH control all the
track butwfim Khii Kurnando and I)a
Kupan, the northern terminal of the
road. The Americans hold Camidaha,
cast of Kan Keniaiulo 10 iiiileH. Thoy
hold all tho towim along tho railroad,
of eonraii, to Kan Fernando and Ua
liuii);, neven milen east of I'ulihin.
ltfftoi tu continually come from Da
liuat' that tho town is entirely biii
rounded by the enemy and Is about to
bu carried by hsbiiuU. Hut Colonel
l'lige and thu Third infantry have ho
far tliiven the rebels back with dinae
tioim 1011 every time thoy have assault
ml thu town, and ho declares he can
hold it for an Indulluito time, although
bin position there if by no mean an
eagy one. Hupplii-s and mail can only
be canted over to Halliiai; from the
railioad under an escort of not leaa
than ICO men, who are invariably at
tacked ome 'vhere along tho road, both
going and coming.
At Han 1'einaiido two determined at
tacks along tho wholu rebel line n ere
uiiidu laat week. Tlio second engage
ment 1 axled three hours, when thu in
Biiigonta were driven back with heavy
oneen. llullels fly continually ovur
lKith places ami stray bullets frequently
Heavy shipments of arms are said to
bo constantly arriving f i out Japan and
Australia and, it is said, even from
our own country. Cartridges picket!
up in the iusuruenta trendies bear the
trade mink ol a big manufacturing
llrm in tlio United States. The insur
gents have throe factories where they
manufacture cartridges and other mu
nitions of war. If they were kept on
the run thoy would liavo no tlmo to
to equip themselves that they could re
turn after defeat, better able to light
than they weio before.
Thoy aro learning things evory en
counter with the Americans. Tlio pa
pers in Manila havo continually ro
foried to tho fact that the rebels weio
pioiie to shoot too high, and they
seemed finally to havo learnod tlio les
son and now thoy aie netting tlioii
idiots well down ami Bhowing a gieat
impiuveuiont in marksmanship.
Tlio few Americans who cauio ovoi
to Manila a week ago Tuesday on tho
Ksmcraldn from Hong Kong weio as
tonishod a few hours after sunrise when
their ship hiul steamed (Hit to qtiaian
tine, to heai heavy cannonading from
tlio monitor Monadnock. which was in
plain sight down tho coast about live
miles bolow Manila. Sumo of the t.as
sengers thought it wiy M""u fcort
Hiluto in honor of the airival of foino
dlstingiiislied naval or army hero and
tliev eagerlv ijuestioned a soldier who
sat "on the stern of tlio health ollker's
"That," said tho young man. that h
nothinu. That's just a battle." It
wasHomo time before tlio passengers
could l.ollevo tlio Americans and insui
uunts were llnbting within siuht am
Bouml of Manila, wl.e.e the war had
stinted six mouths before. 1 he battle
,aged all dayandat 4 o clock in the
fturnoon the rattle of smal arms could
bo distinctly heard, and lato in the
uvoning tho health olllcor told us tho
llgliting h'l hoon at Paranaquo.
CZAR WAS GLOOMY.
Ilcl.lrd to AlMllrat.. Ill' H.nine
.. r... Ciiaan'a Vlnlt.
London, Aug. 7.-M. do lllowitz. tho
Paris correspondent of tho limes, gives
extraordinary explanation ol M.
Del Casso's present mission. Ho as
sor s that it was decided upon quite
do J (or a "reason which admitted
Sly'aiiattauiv tho story
in on ho ' i' 18 Uim ", B(,"T
o 'which la... bound to attach impoit
ance." T'his is tlio explanation:
.12.npo.or Nicholas is disappointed
and t o.l f theth.ono. The absence
o n heir excites his sopors it.t ous
fool RUHd ho connects himself with
Z s Si Ioboii.1. aocor.ling to wh ch an
WORSE THAN REPORTED.
ftirrlliln Work ot tlm Htorin In North
Tallahassiin, Kla., Aug. 5. Tho first
train sinco Monday from Carraboll,
thiotitrh the storm ridden khI coast
Hoot ion, reached hero this afternoon.
The train crew and passengers ngreo
In stating that reports sent out of tho
destruction wrought by tho storm have
been extremely moderate. Carraboll
is literally wipod from tlm map. Her
docks and wharves, containing nbout
400,000 feet of lumber and 00,000 bar
rels of rosin, wore quickly swept away.
Thirteen or 14 largo lumber vessels in
tho bay woro swept ashore, and aro
now lying well upon dry land. These
vessels contained soveial million loot
of lumber. No information is obtain
able as to tho loss of life from those
vohsoIs or from tho largo fleet of fishing
bouts in the uoiglioihood.
'July two or three huts nio loft
standing in Carraboll, and one colored
woman is known to have been killod by
the falling of a house. Citizens of Car
raboll ato in a state of wild confusion,
and aro Hocking in every direction for
relief. The town is isolated and the
wires aro still down.
Tho towns of Molntyre and Curtis
Mill aro demolished, and laruo inter
esis havo boon destroyed. Tho coast
results, Ttreni and Lonark, aro more
seriously wrecked than at first reported,
and visitors havo fltilfeied groat hard
ships, thouu'li no loss of life is yet
known. Fifteen men, said to havo
been fisltliig on an island called Dog
island, just bolero tiio storm broke,
cannot bo found.
YELLOW FEVER SITUATION.
No Ni'W Cinra, No Morn I'Hlntltlea,
h,irritil. No ContiiEliin.
Washington, Aug. G. Tlio yellow
fever situation at Hampton continues
favmable ami encouraging, in the opin
ion of tho ofllcials of tlio marine hos
pital service. According to oflicial re
ports there baa boon no spread of the
contagion since yesterday nor has any
of the caeca now under treatment
piovod fatal sinco that timo. It is
Imped to confine the disease to tho sol
diers' homo and Phoebus, but Surgeon
Oerieral Wynian thinks it too early t
make a definite prophecy tegarding tli
Nn it In Wnalilnclon Stittn.
Washington, Aug. C. Marino hos
pital otllcials at Hampton havo suc
ceeded in tracing and locating a former
inmatonf tlie soldioia' home, who is
believed to hnvo brought yellow fever
to that place. His namo is William
Thomas. Ho arrived at tlio home on a
transport from Santiago, whore ho had
been visiting fiom July 2 to 5 last.
He was admitted to tlio home as a vet
eran and soon after developed chills
and fever. In the light of subsequent
events experts believe there is littlo
doubt ho was affected with a mild case
of yollow fover, although it was not
diagnosed as such at tho time. When
well enough to travel, ho left tho home
ami his baggage was sent to Phoebus.
Tho man himself went to Columbus
City, Wash., wliero ho now is.
Itriiifity for Tubrriiloali.
Washington, Aug. 5. Anew remedy
for tuberculosis, developed in Franco,
has boor, repotted to tlie stnto depart
ment by United Stntos Commeroial
Agent Atwood nt Houbaix. It is n
treatment called to tho attention of tho
academy of music by Dr. Mondel, and
consists in tho daily injection into tlio
bronchial tubes of cssonco of cuoa
lyptus, thyme and cinnamon, hold in
solution in olivo oil. Tho oil in de
scending slowly, comes in contact with
tlio walls of tho tubo and uppor lungs.
Tho gas sot free saturatos tlio air in the
lungs nnd nets on tlio mucous mem
brane In 10 cases treated, after ono
or two wooka tiioro was in nil a lesson
ing or co'mploto cessation of tho cough
or expectoration, as well as a return
of sleep, appotito and Btrougtli.
Hi-mi unit Arm Mown Off.
Cumberland. Wis., Aug. 5. Chria
Wobl. a fnrmor near Peskin Lako. this
county, committed suiuido today by
doliboratoly blowing oil his head with
dynnmito. Ho placed a quantity of
dynamite in tlio ground, laid his head
ovor it nnd touched it off, oxclaiimng:
"Hero I go, nnd tho Lord go with mo, "
His bend nnd arm woro completely
I'linlo Preilleteit for Onrmnny.
Berlin, Aug. 5. Tho Deutclie Tngea
Zoitung today publishes a sensational
nrtiolo predicting a gent panic in tho
Gorman mouoy maiket. Tlio papor
said that during the Inst six months
1 C05.000.000 marks of now slinrea
woro issued, of which 518,000,000 woro
industrinl Eoouritioa whioh it is al
leged exceeds tho wholo issuo of 1808.
A masa of ovidonco is quoted to prove
tho exiatonco of unsound speculation.
JiiiiipuilT'i-oiii lliooklyii llrlilco.
Now York, Aug. 5. Ilanna Hnusor,
i.n,.nnrns nt flirt ilnrnld S ninno theater.
HUlinmui v.. .,1,
in thia oity, jumped fiom tho middle
span of tho Brooklyn bridgo nt B
n'ulook thisnftoruoon. Ho wna rescued
in tlio water and will recover.
I'liiiaton Will VIllM It Out.
il, Kan.. Anu. 5. A lot-
..... ni.nrnl FiuiBtoii wna received
1UI Hum w. .-.-
by Dr. K. Anthony, of tho Leaven
worth Times, today, mo general an
nounces ho will May in tlio army until
tlio wnr in tho Philippines ia nt an
end, nnd will not muster out with hip
TO PROTECT GAME.
CoiiIim of Him Nw I.iw ICnuctml nt tlio
l.u.t Hfliui of lli Vh1iIiik
Following is a full synopsis of tho
new game laws of Washington as is
sued from tho ofllco of tho gitmu and
llsh commissioner at Olympia. Tho
recuiit legislature amended tho old laws
in several respects, and it will bo well
lor those who contemplate going into
llie fields or woods of this stnto on
shooting excursions to carefully peruse
tho following and to preserve the sumo
for future reference:
Open season Moose, elk, caribou,
antelope, mountain sheep or goat.
.September and October. May lie hunt
ed witli dogs in tho sound counties only
during the month of October.
Deer SetitcuiborlG to December 15.
May bo hunted with dogs in tho sound
counties only duiing the month of Oc
tober. Grouse, pralrio chickens, aago hens,
nnd nutivo pheasants August 15 to
Deconiehr 1. Kxcopt that prairie
chickens shall not be killed in Kittitas
ami Klickitut counties before October,
Quail, Mongolian or imported pheas
ant Aro protected nnd shall not be
killod in any part of the state before
October, 1001. Kxcopt Mongolian or
imported pheasants may bo killed in
Skamania county between tho 15th day
of October and December 1.
Duoks, swan, sandhill crane, rail,
plover, or other water fowl August 15
to March 15.
Fresh water trout April 1 to No
It is unlawful to kill game at any
timo unless it is jieod for food.
It is unlawful to kill gamo for its
hide or horns.
It is unlawful to hunt deer, moose,
elk, caribou, untelopo, mountain sheep.
or goat with dogs except within tlio
sound counties during the month of
It ia unlawful to firo hunt, trap or
ensnare any wild animal.
It is unlawful to hunt deer botween
one hour after sunset and one-half
hour before sunriso.
It is unlawful for any ono person to
kill more tiian four deer, or more than
two elk, moose, antelope, caribou,
mountain sheep or goat during any one
season, or to kill any spotted fawn.
It is unlawful to kill for Bale, sell,
offer for sale or for market or buy, at
any timo during tlio year, any gamo of
any description, with the exception of
It is unlawful to kill for sale, sell or
have or ofler for sale or buy, any ducks
or water fowl exceut during the month
of October, and not to exceed in num
It is unlawful to trap, net or enanare
any gamo bird, or have possession of
any live game biid, except for propaga
tion. It ia unlawful totako thoegga of any
gamo bird, or diaturb their nesta.
It ia unlawful to use sink boata or
sneak boata, or any (,'un other than
that fired from the shoulder; or to
shoot duoks between one hour after
sunset and one-half hour beforo sun
rise; or to use any floating blinds or
It ia unlawful to kill, trap or take
any song bird, or tuke their eggs or
disturb Hick nests.
It is unlawful to hunt, kill or trap
quail in any part of the state before
October 15," 1001.
It ia unlawful to hunt, kill or trap
Oriental, Mongolian or imported pheaa
nut in any part of tho state, except the
county of Skamania, beforo October 15,
It ia unlawful to ship gamo out of
It is unlawful to catoh trout in any
way except with hook and line.
Tlio state commissioner is ex-offlcio
stato game wnrdon.
For u violation of tho game law a
flno of not losa than $10 nor moro than
f 100 ia imposed; if not paid, imprison
ment at tho i ate of $3 per day.
Possession of game birds or animals
when unlawful to kill or havo samo ia
prima facie ovidenco of violation ot
Ono-half of tho fine payablo to in
formor within 80 days from dato of
Salaried county gamo wardens ap
pointed upon application to tlio county
Sheriffs, deputy Bhoriffs, constablea,
oity marshals and polico ofliceis, aro
BX-oflicio game wardens, whoso duties
aro to inspect wnroliousea, cold stor
ages, hotels, markets and restaurants,
and euforco tho game laws.
North went Noivi Notoi.
Rampart City, Alaska, is now a
town of 500 inhabitants.
A number of Portlnndors aro iiv
Bnker City district oxnniining mines.
Ono of tho boats of tlio Yukon river,
taken in in sections, in 10 trips cloared
Spokano Industrinl Exposition will
offer $1,000 in pursea for rock-drilling
Wostorn Union Tolograph Company
haa cut tho salaries of its Salom em
ployee. Southorn Oregon logmen aak expla
nation of why this year logs hug the
banks of tlie rlvors in driving, whoieaa
before they havo always takn tho
OUR FINANCIAL POWER.
.onilon Citnnot tint Vrom Kair Tork thai
(told T'jnt It Nxoda.
R. 0. Dunn & Co. in their weekly
roview of trado say:
July failures have been smaller than
in any month of which tiioro is rocoril
excepting May, anil trading failures
smaller than in any other month.
Surprising contrasts aro shown by com
parisons of small witli largo failures in
different years and in no class of busi
ness without some largo failures not at
tributable to present influence, does tho
aggregate equal tho nverago of tho past
six years. London again recognizes
tho financial power of this country.
Tho Bank of England virtually admits
that it cannot draw from New York
tlio gold it needs; exchange moves to
tho importing point; over $1,000,000
starts fiom Sidney to gan Francisco.
London's net buying of stocka haa been
40,000 shares and bills against produce
to be shipped aro very heavy.
This describes a repetition of finance
not unlike that in industries. Etiropo
ia searching for wool hero at 50 cents
n pound, scouicd, and for pig iron at
$20 a ton. A vast demand for both ma
terials haa fallen upon tho commeroial
world which thia countiy alone appears
able to meet for its own needs. Wool
shipments from Australia havo been
surprisingly little below those of last
year, but Europe talks ol a wool fam
ine, while this country has on hand a
year's consumption or more, besides
this year's clip, and prices aro not yet
as high as they were in February of
last year, when stocKB were many mil
lion pounds larger.
Failures for the week have been 182
n tho United States, against 10G last
year, and 23 in Canada against 21 last
PACIFIC COAST TRADE.
Wheat Walla Walla, 5057c;
Valley,57Jc; Blucstem, 58c per bushel.
, Flour Best grades, $3.25; graham,
$2.05; superfine, $2.15 per barrel.
Oats Choico white, 4345c; choice
gray, 4243c per bushel.
Barley Feed barley, $1020; brew
ing, $21.00 per ton.
Millatuffs Bran, $17 per ton; mid
dlings, $22; shorts, $18; chop, $10.00
Hay Timothy, $89; clover. $7
8; Oregon wild hay, $6 per ton.
Butter Fancy creamery, 40 45c;
seconds, 3587c; dairy, 3035o;
Cheese Oregon full cream, 12o;
Young America, ISo; new cheese,
10c per pound.
Poultry Chickens, mixed, $34.50
per dozen; hens, $4. 50 5. 00; springs,
$23.50; geeso, $4.0005.00 for old.
$45.50 for young; ducks, $5.00
6.50 per dozen; turkeys, live, .12
13c per pound.
Potatoes f 1 1.25 per sack; sweets,
2c per pound.
Vegetables Beets, $1; turnips, 90c
per sack; garlic, 7o per pound; cab
bage, lj2c per pound; cauli
flower, 75o per dozen; parsnips, $1
beans, 5Cc per pound; celery,
70 75c per dozen; cucumbers, 60c pet
box; peas, 3"c per pound; tomatoes,
$1 per box.
Hops ll13o; 1897 crop, 40c.
Wool Valley, 1213o per pound;
Eastorn Oregon, 813c; mohair,
27 30c per pound.
Mutton Gross, best sheep, wethera
and ewes, 3)o; dressed mutton, 5Cc;
lambs, 8 Jc per lb.
Hogs Gross, choice heavy, $4.50;
light and feeders, $4.00; dressed, $5.00
3.00 per 100 pounds.
Beef Gross, top steers, 4.00$4.25;
cows, $3. 00 8. 50; dressed beef,
G6?4C per pound.
Veal Large, 07c; small, 7K8o
Onions, new, $1.25 per saok.
Potatoes, now, ll?acperlb.
Boots, per sack, $11 25.
Turnips, per sack, 50ii0c.
Carrots, per aaok, $11.25.
Parsnips, por sack, $1.
Cauliflower, 4000c per doz.
Cabbage, native and California
$1.50 per 100 pounds.
Apples. $1.25(31.75 per box.
Pears, $1.75 per box.
Prunes, $1 per box.
Butter Creamery, 22c per pound;
dairy 1518o ranch, 1215o per lb.
Chooso Nativo, 1012c.
Poultry 1314o; dreesod, 10)c.
Fresh meats Choico dressed beet
steers, prime, 8c; cows, prime.,
7c; mutton, 8c; pork, 7)o; trimmed,
8o; voal, 810o.'
Wheat Food wheat. $21.
Oats Choico, por ton, $30.
Hay Pugot Sound timothy, $8Q0
choioo Eastern Washington tim
Corn Wholo, $28.60; cracked, $24;
food meal, $25.00.
Barley Rollod or ground, por ton,
$23 24; wholo, $!12.
Flour Patent, por barrel, $3.50;
blondod straichta, $3.25; California
$3.25; buckwheat flour, $3.50; graham,
por barrel, $3.00; wholo wlioat flour,
$3.75; ryo flour, $4.50.
Millatuffs Bran, por ton, IfOj
shorts, por ton, $17.
Food Choppod food, $21.50 por
ton; middlings, por ton, $32; oil cako
moal, por ton, $83,