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Si"? ,1n,t,'c,0, tlio First mid
W ,,rll"Sl,B" f mvnlry, iindor
j ronj-li and H niton's mounted infantry.
M i former crossed earn of Wllyn rhor.
i ilufcrni. h mi.l railway communication
woiu niHtiirod lant nlylit.
"In thu H.ipj.ly train ciijituniil nt
l"Uv.il wmo u00 WoIhI, PHHlllur,,
'ont of who,,, una been priHcnurH.
IJuffot'H forco In ,iitlimli.K to uu,u,
i rllnmHterly. It WW at it()tt),,0ort,
July -l, Wili Ilnmilwood not far ho
Mud, and Littlo's cavalry brigade fol
''ijadon-rowell toiwrtH nR followRt
MkIo Kami, July '.'l.-UolonoU
Aroy uud Luhhlnj-ton, 'kwith ATM men,
urovo 1,000 Hocm (roin u vury utrong
liOHltlon and ncatturod tliom with con
s durablo Iohs. Our cbhuuMcb wm
lx killud uud 10 woundod.' "
iliu followiiiit dispatch from Ix)id
ICobcjrin Iihh h1m buun ruccdvod:
"Ilroukhomt Spruit, July Wc
nmrcluid hero to-luy. '1'IiIh 1h tlio place
whuro tlm Ninuty.fouitli wan nttiiukod
Docmiibur 20, 1880. Tlio Knivcn of the
ollluuiti and nit'ii aro In fair pruiiciva
tion. uud will now bo kept In cood
order. Tlio march wiih unopiMiccd, but
rrcnch'H cavalry and Iluttoii'M mount
t'd Infantry. makliiK wblu dutoiir on
our rlnht. mot ImhIIck or tint i iy.
Tlicw with driven back, IcaviiiK ncvural
do id and woundod. A good tunny wore
nUo captured. OurcawialtloH womone
killwl. Ilroiiihvood rojKirts that he
j captured Jive of Duwet'H wiikoiin today.
uu vuh wiimim t Vieilefort uulil W
tie joined him."
Imperial Tnu UllllnK llnin (' .ndl
t Ion In IVkln.
Tion ThIii. July 27. Chlneie coiuIiik
in from the country re win that the
the npiionl nan noon roemvou or to , - " "-"
. r i r ii.. i.. i i nnriuiri liic iitLitTr inn rt'i'ii. l'iviii r lib
u reaxon uih.i tnu lioxern ileceleil tlieiu
into emliarkliiK on it IioicIcn ntniyuk'.
An Intelligent C'liiuamiiu kiiIiI be re
Kurded thin as uninii of widonpreml din
(.oimioii. It wiih only u mutter of a
uliort time, he declared, lieforotberauie
Rtato vtuuIiI exist iu l'ekiii. when, in
ull probability, Jung Iiii, commauiler-in-chlef
of tlio Chiiiexti forcen, mill
I'rlnco C'hiiiK would ho aide to lepiiu
Gufllcicntilutluoncu to make iH'ace, vb
poolally if the forelunorn in the capiial
were mife. TIiIh uppearn to present thu
ueuernl native opinion here, uh far iih
it in iwfKiblo to imsoitain it.
Iu the meantime, rellnbtu news as to
ovcutH iu l'ekln and whether the for
eiuerv aro alivo in entirely liickiti'.'. or
in only obtiiinahlo from C'hiueie
MiurceN, and even tlilx in moi-t me.iKer
uud contradictory. It in now thought
that tlio forward moiemeiit of ibeallies
will iiroliablv take place earlier than
wiih at firm iutuuded, jxiMcildy by tlio
uud of thiH month, hut imtliiiiu deiluite
will hu decided before tlio arrival of
(ut'crul Kir Alfred (iiiHulce, coniiuaiid
mi: the Indian coutltiKeut. A mimes
who arrived from l'okin yesterday re
iwrts that tlio foreigners woru nifo Ju'y
10, and that thero heon cmiHidera
blu IlKhtini: hotween I!oxern and ool
dlurn iiiriido of thu city.
Jfi. Arum for llir Orlriil.
Port Townsond, Wash., July '7.
Collector of GuHfoniH JInestii. received
instruction!! today from Secrotary (iaue
to Uflo every precaution to prevent Hhip-
uient of aruiH and ammunition to
Asiatic port from l'ligot sound, which
may bo used iu China to harm Ameri
can residents there, and ho is further
instructed to detain all voshoIk aliout tr
clear for the Orient or islands of tin
l'acillo with urniH until thodepurtmou
eun inmogtiirato. Collector llucstik
Iiiih notified all ownoin and aironts of
vossols eimugod in Oriental trudu of thin
order, and will also pluco a foico of in
spectors to watoh the loading of vosach
for tho Orient
UrUU Huriily Pimt.
Vancouver, II. 0., July 27. Tho
crisis iu tlio cauuory ililllculty has lieou
roached and safely passed. It is true
that tho military forces and provincial
policouion at Stoveston aro still on
duty at tho canneries, hut thero has
boon no mot) vloionoo 01 any khui. ji
is probablo that tho militia rouimont
will remain at Htoyoston for a week.
No attack by tho members of tho Fish-
ormoii's union on tho Japauoso llsber
mon ia approhondod so long as the
troops remain. Tho proseuco of tho
militia, in addition to tho provincial
police, is believed to navo a huiouuk
offoot. Tho prosout situation at biov
oston is ono of quiot and order.
Flra nt Vilinu.
Vnmn. Ariz.. July 27. Firo last
night swopt Main street from First to
Jones, destroying everything iu its
path. Tlio total loss is estimatod at
$35,000; insurance, .4.800.
Knllspoll, Mont., July 37. One of
tho worst forost fires ever Known in
Northwestern Montana Is now ragiug
In tho Rwnn lake country, on tho west-
cm part of tho Lowis and Olark forest
roservo. Gus Moslor, suporintoudont
of the rosorvo, reports that Indians de
liberately sot fire to tno iimoer, aim
aro slaughtering tho gamo. He will
procood against the perpetrators.
Within the t-pace of 0 miles up and
down tho river, he say, thero aro over
80 fires now burnins fiercolv.
Attack Them From
ARE COMPELLED TO RETREAT
tUlne -or III Muiiiilalim In Hi t,j
nnnnnrir Dl-lrlnt-ltnllilnliem llo.rc
Ixindoii, July i no. Tho warofuce lma
rece von tlio following dispatch from
"Froiich and Mutton continued, their
pi rs lit on July an. Tho former croHsod
OlIplmntH' elver, and from tho hich
Kroinid on tho east bank ho could hco
Aiiuiilcliiirg and tho enomy retiring in
Kreat dlHordor. Tho main road north
wis blocked for novoral milos with
horBomen and wagons. Tho onomy's
"r was tnen sevon miios north.
Mounted forces wero Mill wrH. nf fit ft
ws ,,tt biiu iniu
was falling in torrents, ana go it was
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'1-unrlHljO 10 101IOW. TIIO lligllt Was
terrible. In addition to tho rain a
strong cnat wind inado tho bivouao
IIIOHt UllCOinfortillbn. (Inn nllli-.np. I
rOeet tO VIIV. ill ml nf nrmili nn.l tha
motaHty among tho iiiuIoh and oxen
Was LTCllt. Tim innn timilii H..I.I- nf V,
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hardship", and wero In famous spirits
niiun i naw tliom.
'Hunter lifiH nrnnnlnil Pnrlni-liiii-i,
and bo far as 1 know did not suffer loss.
iio lound MrH. Stoyn, wife of tho ox
president, and KOVRrnl nf nnr mnn
whom Dowel had captured at dillorent
nines ami whom lie was unublo to aend
"The enemy iu tho Uethlohcm bills
are now cloced in upon. Hasutolaud is
closed them. Hnrrlsmlth is tho only
nno open, and It will not bo oasy for
"mm to roacn tnero wltli guns and
"ilroadwood is still watching Chris-
tian DuWI't. Willi b.ia t.il.-on m n nn.l.
tion on high hil s uoar Iteitsburg, abont
ei-u miies soutn oi tno Vaal. I'. De
wet, a younger brother of Christian,
nuiii-iiuurou ni Kroouiitnut yesterday.
"ltlirroil rniinrtH frnm KntuareAnrrt
that he linn rooonuoiteied tho railway
to Hank fjtatlon, whero tho train was
wrecked on July 10, and beon enabled
to replenish his supplies.
"Methuou's column, which reaohed
tho Krugorsilorp-l'otohetstroom Rail-
war, in UOW inni'llK. nn Pntnlmtafmnm
"Buller ronorts tlmt tlin mil
opened to Heidelberg yesteiday, giving
us tnrougn comniuuication to Natal."
SIX HUNDRED KILLED.
Tlmt I tlm Coat nf tlin Ilerolutlon In
Colon, July 30. Tho liberal rebel
lion in this department has ended after
tho saeriflco of more than COO lives.
tho liberals having been the greatest
fcufierers, while tho wounded number
many hundreds. .Dr. Meudoza, re pro
sentiug tno liberals, and General' Alban
arranged yesterday for a cessation of
hostilities, tho Colombian liberals be
ing pledged td surrender their unni
and belug guaranteed their freedom
from prosecution and tho retention of
all political rights. The foieigners
who took sides with tho rebels are to
bo banished within a weok. General
Hcrrera and Dr. l'aiks, who wero act'
ive iu tho revolutionary interests, have
already left l'anama. Tho work of
burying the dead on both sides is in
progrehs. I'anauia has beon plunged
into tho deepest mourning by tho loss
of inimv of its most prominent men on
both sides iu this conflict. Tho armioa
woro provided with arms of tho latest
model. Colou has been tranquil
throughout tho rebellion.
Triiubln on Southern llordors.
El Paw, Tex., July 30. Tho Immi
gration situation hero grows worse
daily. Notwithstanding tho fact that
tho forco of guards Imp beon materially
increased along tho river, dally occur
rences demonstrate that the number la
not aufllclent to prevent pauper and
contract emigrants collected In Juarez
from crossing the border and scatter
iuc iuto tho iutorior. Customs Inspect
ors captured 14 Italian emigrants who
had crossed tho bonier and hoarded a
northbound Santa Fo train which was
about to start. Theso emigrants were
sent back. The statement comes from
Durango and Chihuahua, Mox., where
thoro are several thousand Chinamen,
that hundreds coutemplato returning
to China, and aro drifting this way to
tako advantage of tin exclusion act
and get freo transportation.
Minor 1' I" m Klnnillko.
Victoria, II. ., July 30. The Cot
tage City arrived this afternoon, bring
ing about $100,000 iu gold. She had
a number of Klondikors on board.
.News was brought by hor that the
minors had found rich placers diggings
at the headwaters of the Yukon. Over
D00 miners had stampeded to finds in
Winimii Mull Carrier Kllleil.
i,,oni,vi. nr.. Julv 30. Mrs. D.
N. Fish, mail carrlor from Glondalo to
Srnrvoout. was instantly Kineu near
nia.wi.iia tiita innmlni!. The team bo-
came frightoued and ran away and she
was thrown Irom tne ouggy. one
struck on her head aud her neck was
To Ha HellnUtoit,
V,., Vnrk. JllW 80. A anOQtnl to
tho Times from Paris suysi It U liifllily
..,i. ui. in tlmt several cenorala who
IllllW."-- - ,
were put on tho retired list by former
Minister of waruaiiiie Hiwr iiiouioj
fus trial will shortly bo reinstated In
tho army. Generals Do flegrier ana
Zurliuden will both probably receive
ooniimiud of army corps, mm '"ur
proof of tho govomment'a conciliatory
policy will bo favorably reoeivea oy
A PERILOUS JOURNEY.
riiroueli tlm Wlilrlponl ot tha CUIeaiv
Chicago, July 28. Drawn into tha
maolstrom of tho great wlndago basin
of tho draihago canal at Lockpoit, car
ried 20 foot beneath the surfaco of tha
whirlpool rising again, only to bo
caught by tho current that was pouring
hundreds of thousands of cubic foot
of water into tho valley bolow, and
hurlod through the groat slniccgato
opening and carried 200 feet through
tho foaming rapids of tho opon chan
nel, to be finally roacuod alivo and in a
fair way to rocovery was thooxporionco
of Potor Simth, of Jollet. Michael
Ityan, who is superintend ing tho work
at tho controlling works, and his as
sistant, John Herman, eecaped the
same perilous joumoy by a narrow mar
gin. The whirlpool in tho wlndago basin
has boon cauoo by tho raising of tho
boar-trap dam and tho opening of tha
sluice gates, through which It was
originally Intended that the greater
portion of tho 800,000 cubio fcot of
water should flow every minute. The
bear trap bad been raised above tho
aurfaco of the basin in order that tho
big forco of mon working on tho false
work of tho proposed suspension brldgo
could proceed with tho operations with
out ondangering their lives.
Hmlth, Hyan and Herman woro in a
boat crossing over the basin, and had
their back to tho whirlpool. Suddenly
tho boat was sucked in to the mael
strom, Herman and Ryan sprang into
the wator nnd swam to tho shore, but
Smith was thrown by tho forco of tho
whirling boat into tho whirlpool, dis
appearing from sight instantly.
Down through 20 feot ot wator he
shot. With tremendous forco ho was
caught by tho current and hurled
through tho gates. Luckily his knee
was tho only portion of hia body to
como In contact with any of the ma
ionry, otherwise he cortalnly would
bavo been crushed to death. Below
tho gato he was caught in the rapids
and carried 200 feet through the swirl
ing, turbulent waters, tossed about like
a rubber ball.
Finally his feet struck tho rocks in
tho shallow, and he managed to hold
iu until rescuers reached him.
ACTED UNDER ORDERS.
Why Ilmr-Ailinlrul KeiupfT Dili Not Flra
On tho Tiiku ForU.
Washington, July 27. The navy
Hopartment today made pulbicthe mail
raports of Itear-Admiral KempfT, ex
plaining Ms reasons for refusing to
loin with tho ships of the other power
iu tho attack on tho Taku forts, and
giying an account of the attack, which
includes tnanv details not heretofore
published. Admiral Kcmpft also in
closes the report of Commander Wise,
sf tho Mouocacy, giving a graphic ac
count of tho action. liear-Admlrnl
KempfT'a explanation for refusing to
participate in tho attack of the fortifi
cations of a power with which we woro
at peace Is warmly commended by Sec
retary Long. Tho reports lie as fol
"United States Flagship Newark.
Taku, China, Juno 17, 1900. Sir: I
would state what follows In regard to
the happenings previous to tbo resolve
yesterday by other senior foreign nava
oflicers hero to get possession of the
"2 On Thursday, Juno 14, Rear
Admiral Bruce called nnd asked what
I thought of the matter, and I inform.
oil him that I was not authorized to
Initiato any act of war with u country
with which my country was at peace;
that my limit was to protect American
interests, both by regulations and under
recent Instructions from both tbo de
partment and from the commander-in-chief
of tho United States naval forco
on tho Asiatio station.
"3 On tho 16th, at a consultation
of tho other foreign naval officers, it
was agreed that the railroad station at
Tong Ku should bo taken (the railway
is under Chinese government control),
and in case any Chinese government
forco acted against tho forco of any for
eign nation, all should be involved and
act uuitodly. Under my instructions,
I could not join in taking possession ot
Chluese government property, and did
not care to becomo a party to such an
ngrooment without special authority.
"4 Yesterday, Juno 10, tho samo
foreign naval ofllcora signed a compact
that it was necessary to take temporary
possession of the Taku forta and notice
was served on the viceroy at Tien Tsin
and on the commandant of thu forts.
Consuls at Tien Tsin were informed of
what was contomplatod . I did not join
In tho attack on tho forts. Captain
Wise, of the Monocacy, had orders to
protect American interests, based upon
tho department orders, but in case of
attack by a Chinese government forco,
he was to consider it as a declaration
of war and act accordingly. Very
respeotfully, "LOUIS KEMPFF,
Roar-Admiral, U. S. N.
"To tho Secretary of tho Navy,
Washington, D. O."
Colombian Rebel! Surrender.
Washington, July 28. Tho state de
partment baa received a dispatch from
Consul-General Gudgor. at Panama.
announcing the collapse of the revolu
tionary movement there. He states
that the liberals unexpectedly surren
dered and that quiot now prevails' at
Iloyt, the Playwright, llai Gone Crarjr.
Now York, July 28. Charloa H.
Iloyt, the playwright and theatrical
manager, has been adjudged insane at
Hartford, Conn., and taken to a retreat
tbore. His condition his crltioal.
Ireland's Lntheran church has about
72.000 baptised members, which ia
nearly the total population.
A Concord, N. II., judge had decided
that soda water is one of tbo necessar
ies ot lifo and tnav bo sold on Sunday.
BONES AND MINING
American Are Not HiitUfled With the
AlntkH-C'iiiindlan Hnrvey I.oia
Skagway, Alaska, July 30. Tho
work of delimiting the provisional
lo ti Hilary in the disputed Alaska-Canadian
territory having been completed
iu that part crossing the Dalton trail
nnd touching tho Porcupine district,
tbo Americans in tho district find that
they havo lost n large part of what
they bolioved was rightfully American
territory. Tho survey has boon run
and tbo monuments sot within the
last fow weeks by O. H. Tittinan, of
Washington, D. 0., and W. F. King,
of Ottawa, and assistants, who have
simply followed instructions aa sot
forth In tbo modus vivondl agreed to
provisionally some months ago by Sec
retary Hay, on the part of tho United
States, aud tho British representatives,
after the adjournment of the joint high
Tho survey and demarkation of the
lino leaves nearly one-half of the Por
cupine gold mines in tho British terri
tory, and it has been the gonoral opin
ion for a long timo that tho mines in
fact, tho entire Porcupine district
was on the American side. Much of
tho Dalton toll road leading to Porcu
pine city now Hoh within Canadian ter
ritory also; that is, is on tho Canadian
side of tho iron monuments set on the
The American miners in tho Porcu
pine having watched the development
of the work of delimiting and marking
tbo boundary, were ho aroused over the
result of f.o much mining district being
left on the Ilritch side that they were
not long in addressing a protest to
President McKlnley. Copies of the
protest hare been sent to the chambers
of commerce of Seattle, Skagway, San
Francisco and Portland, with a request
Tho commission will bo in the vicin
ity of Skagway a month, delimiting
tho provisional lino on White Pass and
Chilkoot Pass. Tho Porcupine placet
mines, it is estimated, will yield $260,
000 this year. Work of slnicing, hy
draullcklng and other kinds of mining
is carried on in the district.
l'lacer Sllne Kzclterarnt.
Juneau baa a full fledged placer mine
excitement, according to advices
brought from tflo north by tho steamer
Rosalie. When the vessel sailed from
the north July 18, a stampede was on
to a new placer diggings on Glacier bay,
about ISO miles distant. Some doubt
existed as to the placers really being
now discoveries. Not a few believ
thorn to be the diggings found and oper
ated many years ago by the Rnssians.
In any event the finds are most promis
ing. It is claimed for them that an
experienced miner can make consider
ably more than wages. Folly 200 peo
pie, it Is estimated, had gone from Ju
neau alone to the scene of tho new dis
coverios. The bars in the mouth ol
Glacier bay all are said to contain gold.
Advice From Nome.
Advices from Nome received by the
Alaska Commercial Company at San
Francisco state that up to July 10 there
had been 10 cases of smallpox in the
camp, only one being reported since
July 5. St. Michael has established a
strict quarantine against Nome.
According to the records of tho ens
tom-houso, 114 vessels have entered
Nome and 13,437 passengers have land
ed, not including those who came down
tho Yukon rtvr, nor those who landed
from vessels which did not report to
the customs officers.
It is estimated that from 0,000 to
10,000 porsona will winter at Nome.
Idle Mlnee ricking Up.
The Phoenix mine In Grrenwood
Gulch, one-half milo above the Golden
Eagle, and opposite the Don Juan, neai
Sumpter, Or., is being operated by C
N. Chatham and William Sanders, who
havo a two years' lease from tho own
ers, C. M. Berry, D. L. Choate, L. M.
Barnott and O. M. Collier. The mine
has been idlo for nearly four years, and
the S-stamp mill and concentrator put
in by O. B. Hardy aro a wreck. The
mill was run only a short time, owing
to bad management, and, though the
property could havo beon sold for $75,
00ft, it was allowed to Btand idle, tha
owners falling to agree'on the method
of operating. There is several hundred
feof of tunnels, but theso will not be
used, tho new operators preforrlng to
sink and follow the ore. The ore is of
two grades, ono carrying black oxide
of copper aud the other running well
in free gold.
"Rattlesnako" Jones Is the name of
a Boise man who engages in capturing
tho reptiles and selling them to the
Chinese. The Celostinla take each rat
tler and put it Into a bottle of whisky
and lot it stand for two years. What
remains of the snako ia then removed
and the balanco is lot stand until it
clarifies, whioh process requires five
years. The liquid is thou u sovereign
cure for rheumatism, says the Boise
Statesman. Tho Chinese claim that it
will euro tho most violent case. It
takes sevon years in all to make tno
preparation roady for uro.
Charles Hatflold. of Dnvtnn. Wnah..
was thrown down on a load of hav bv
a team's sudden start, in such a way
that the tluo ot a fork passed through
his chin into his mouth,
An X-ray maohine haa been added to
tho apparatus of tho Moscow, Idaho,
A buyer of cavalry horses has just
secured 43 at Enterprise and 30 at
The teachers enrolled at the summer
science school at Pullman, Wash.,
Colfax citizons havo subscribed $1,-
000 for the Whitman county fair, to be
held In September.
FEW CHANGE3 ,N TRADE-
Numernua Farorable Feature! In Baal
Bradstreet'asays: Important chang
es in trade and apocnlatlon aro notably
lacking this weok, but couutor current
of domand in various sections and in
dustries lend n rathor more than usual
ly Irregular appearance to tho gonornl
situation. Among tho notable features
calling for notice aro tho praotlcal as
surance of an immense corn crop by tha
recent copious rains in tho further
West, tho continued cheerful reports
from tho sections which have gathered
and aro now marketing a largo winter
wheat crop, advices of continued im
provement In tono to tho Northwest,
with reports of renowals of earlier can
celled orders for fall goods, fairly sat
isfactory gains in gross railway earn
ings, less weakness in prices of the
country's leading cereal products, based
apparently on renewed buying for ox
port, and rather moro inquiry for raw
wool by manufacturers.
Unfavorable elements In trade prob
ably find their chief and greatest ex
position in the iron and stool business.
That industry, if possible, eeems more
deprcssod than nt any timo for three
years past, and expectations that price -declines
will be checked by the arrival
of finished matter at a coat basis havo
been disappointed, because this weok,
steel bars havo beon sold in some in
stances at 1 cent per pound, which ia
unquestionably below tbo basis of tha
cost of raw materials and manufact
ure Export business would undoubtedly
expand if ship room wero available.
Among other metals tin ia locally low
er, on freer arrivals, after touching tha
highest price in 20 years.
Wheat, including flour shipments, for
the week, aggregate 2,303,743 bushels,
against 3,020,381 bushels last week.
Business failures are smaller, num
bering 183 in the United States, a
compared with 202 last week.
PACIFIC COAST TRADE.
Onions, new, ljc.
Lettuce, hot house, $1 per crate.
Potatoes, new. 80c.
Beets, per sack, 85c$l.
Turnips, per sack, 75c.
Carrots, per sack, $1.00
Parsnips, per sack, 50 75c
Cauliflower, native, 75c.
Cncnru bera 10 COo.
Cabbage, native and California,
$1.501.75 per 100 pounds.
Butter Creamery, 23c; Eastern 22c;
dairy, 15 18c; ranch, 1617o pound.
Poultry 14c; dressed, 14 16c;
Hay Puget Sound timothy, $11.00
12.00; choice Eastern Washington
Corn Whole, $23.00; cracked, $26;,
feed meal, $25.
Barley Rolled or ground, per ton,
Flonr Patent, per barrel, $3.50;
blended straights, $3.25; California,
$3.25; buckwheat flour, $6.00; gra
ham, per barrel, $3.00; whole wheat
flour, $3.00; rye flour, $3.804.00.
Mills tuffs Bran, per ton, $12.00;
shorts, per ton, $14.00.
Feed Chopped feed, $10.00 per ton;
middlings, per ton, $20; oil cake meal,
per ton, $80.00.
Fresh Meats Choice dressed bee!
steers, price 7Mc; cowb, 7 c; mutton
7Ki Prk 8c! trimmed, 0c; veal, 0
Hams Large, 13c; small, 18Ji;
breakfast bacon, 12c; dry salt sides,
Wheat Walla Walla. 6556o;
Valley, 50c; Bluestem, 59oporbusbeL
Flour Best grades, $3.20; graham.
$2.60; superfine, $2.10 per barrel.
Oats Choice white, 35o; choic
gray, 83o per bushel.
Barley Feed barloy, $14.0015.00;
brewing, $16.00 per ton.
Millstuffa Bran, $13.50 ton; mid
dlings, $10; shorts, $13; chop, $14 per
Hay Timothy, $1011; clover,$7Q
7. DO; Oregon wild hay, $07 per ton.
Butter Fancy creamery, 40 45c;
Eggs 17 Ko per dozen.
Cheese Oregon full cream, 18o;
Young America, 14c; now cheese 10c
Poultry Chickens, mixed, $3.00
3.60 per dozen; hens, $5.00; springs,
$2.504.00; geose, $4.006.00 forold;
$1.606.50; ducks, $3.004.00 per
dozen; turkeys, live, 1017o per
Potatoes 40 COo per sack; sweets,
22J'io per pouna.
Vegetables Beets, $1; turnips, 76o;
per sack; garlic, 7o per pound; cab
bage, 1)20 per pound; parsnips, $1;
onions, lo per pound; carrots, $1.
Hops 28o per pound.
Wool Valloy, 1510o per pound;
Eastern Oregon, 1516o; mohair, 20
Mutton Gross, best sheep, wothera
and ewea, 3o; dressed mutton. 73
7o per pound; lambs, 6Ko.
Hogs Gross, choice heavy, $5.00;
light and feeders, $4.60; dressed,.
$5.006.50 per 100 pounds.
Beef Gross, top steers, $4.0034.60:
cows, $3. 50 4.00; dressed beef, 6
750 per pound.
Veal Large, 67Jo; small, 89
8o per pound.
Ban Franoueo Market.
Wool Spring Novada. 18(3150 per
pound; Eastern Oregon, 1015o; Val
ley, 1820c; Northern, 1012o.
Hops lauu crop. ll18o pax
Buttei- Fanoy creamery 22226o;
do seconds. 21 to 21c: fanoy dalrr.
10c; doseconds, 16 18o per pound.
Jt,ggs btore, 17c; lanoy ranon.
Millstuffa Middlings. 317.00 Oft.
20.00; bran, $13.6013.60.