lood River Glacier. VOL. X noon iuvku. orkoon, satukday. .h'nio :. lain. NO. 2. The n 3ood Ivjvcr Glacier. rriu.imixn iviiit stihiat morhiro it The Glacier Publisblng Company. m list mi i lux i'hick. Oim ,-r . . , . . S' maul tit . , Thrre nt-nllil. Iitfc'ltf o'ir ...C GKO. P. MOKOAN, U'a t'til.f ('! I (I H liul Offl.-w. TjMihI :: I.mw :: SpiMMulmt. R0..111 Vv , th,1 iim.-i llullillitg, TO PAU OR. O. D. TAYLOR, Real Hstate Broker, Firr, Llfo urn) Aocldrnt Intunnca. Money Loaned en Real Estate Security lfflo. Krriit-h Co 't fliuk lliuMInf, TIIK PAI.I.M, OHKOON. THE GLACIER Barber Shop Grant Evans, Propr. leooml St., nrr Onk. Hood Klter, Or. 8living ami Hair cutting rttly dun. Satufu' hull I iiiftraiitv d. PACIFIC COAST. The Carson River Over flows Its Banks. TRIAL OF THE DAVIS CASE. The Southern California Horticultural Society Indorses Maxwell as . Chief of Bureau. " A general strike in the Gallop (N.M.) coal mines is anticipated. Tin' I ! Creek mines in I'tah are proving to ! wonderfully rich. The Carson river is over itf bunks. All the streams and rivulet in Nevada are booming. 'WranientVs citizens have made a pro vis f"r 11 series of open-air concert this Hu(i'nT. 'I I, . v.ji Diego Chauila'r of Commerce indorse; ! lartli Sl.orb for Chief ;f the J lortiiV lLl" 1,1 I'1"''1111 llt "orld h Fair. Theexperimental tobacco cropuf three acres that wus planted in m Angeles county tliM Hereon in said to be doing very well. The courts havdcciilcd that San Diego must nay the Coivnado Hchool teachers their salaries from OctoU-r -4, 181M, up to the date of the incorporation of Coro nado City. iwi to overproduction and high Height rates, fortv-eig'i't shingle mills ls-tween Portland and I'.ritinh Cohimbin have been shut down, throwing 501) men out of employment. A cloudburst near Boise City, Idaho, .li.uti-Avi.d tlmiie that diverted tins w ter of Cottonwood creek, which formeiV,' ran through the city, and the streets were tlooiled with several feet of water. The members of the Newspaper Press Association of Nevada have combined to make the Republican and Democratic State Committees pay the advertising bills they incurred during the last can vass. Aliom 500 Indians of the Mojave, Mar icopa, Cocopali, Yuma and Hualapai tribes are now assembled on the Califor nia banks of the Colorado river, indulg ing in their annual cry for the dead, and up to date more than a dozen horses have been killed ami eaten by these say 'age brutes, who are keeping up their linulintr exercises dav arid night. At a convention of swamp-land owners at Sacramento the reclamation oi oou.r 01)0 acres of tuie land in the Yolo basin opposite Sacramento was considered. It is proposed to cut a drainage canal from a few miles above Sacramento, on the west side of the river, to Suisun Bay. It ia a raviv.'il of the nroiect suggested by the State Hoard of Engineers under the act of 178. The t wo rival Presidents and Hoards of TiIroMnra of the San I IICITO Kaild and I turn fininoanv have fallen out to sucli nBrtnttMt,ii receivership has been asked for by the opponents of the Kim ball management. The great Sweetwa ter dam and irrigation system, tegether with the National City and Otay railway and thousands of acres of the finest land in the country, are owned ly tins com wanv. The Carson Appeal says : Ranchers in Carson Valley say that they find it hard .oil ri...ir Viiitter here. Thev accord- ingly send it to California, where it finds ready sale or is shipped back here, ..inn Mpvmln. consumers pav extra, freight, mid smack their lips over "Cali fornia butter." There are more short sighted fools to the acre in this State than in any other State in the American Union. PERSONAL MENTION. I'rof. KI'liH I'llrl llciinr.llu IUcKmU t lil.'li rriliti' IIhIiIii.'hii. The King of ( ircece in the most eco nomical of Kuropcitn i n 1 1 ii ir 1 1 h. No few er than seven portraits of the (ieriiuin Kmperor arc now being painted bv I luce artist in Itet liu. The Prince of Walt's has not bothered bin royal mother great ly about money. lb1 simply waited, mid liis creditors did it for him. I'rof. Kirt.icnwt'ller of (IcixNcn claiins to hae discovered tlie liacteriii which producei hiildiii'MK bvileNtroying tin' rooti of t In' hair. Mu-itapha (oMiiuiiwr of liamar, Ara bia, is saul to have arranged to make a Kuropcau tour that will cost not Icmh than tl.ui.iti'O. Mustupha snap. To inaki' it easy for lr. l.oriuii'r the I'leuiotit UilptlstS of HoMtoll will give him an n.s-iliuit and not cull on the Doc tor lor any woik before SepteniU'r. ('hurli'M I'Vchter left tin' jewelry worn by him as llamli-t to l.i-sti r Wiillack. Wallack li ft it to Mute. I'milci. and she in turn left It to Frederick I'liuKling. In Fngliind ArteiiiiiH Ward has scarce ly lot an iotn of his popularity as a hu morist. Knglish poiniUr opinion ban placed him on A level with Murk Twain. Hieihtadt will paint for the World's I 'hi r a pictup' nf Wat ling's Island, which many geographers bidii've to Ih the one on whii'li Columbus Ii rut lauded after crossing the Atlantic. Wilbur W. Smith, a Connecticut vet eran, now postmaster of Seymour in that Stale, has iiiMt reeoxcri'd the sw rd that he lost at Cluinci'llorsville in lHtU, where he was captured. David H. Hill will have to t ike a hack seat literally, if not figuratively, next winter if he goes to the 1'uited States Semite. The only desk obtainable by liim is in tin lust row in the cIiiuiiIht. .lohn liuUougli, the Scottish million aire, who died recently, was the bus hand of Sheila, the heroine of Wiliiaiu Pluck's noii'l, "A Princes of Thule." Shewn the daughter of a Stornaway broker. (iiovanni Philipso is said to l the real name of tin' leader of the Marine baud, but when he entered the government service he added V . S. A. to hi cogno men, ami now he is called John Philip Souii for short. Anielie Kivc-Chan!er ha returned from the Ninth of Furope to Pari in better health. She say the title of her new novel as given bv the paper i in accurate. Her husband is delighted with the reception that artist ami the press have given to his art scholarship pn iject, Ikuii Pedro would doubtless like to end his days as the returned Fmpcror of P.razil; tint, like the rug'jeil old patriot that be i, he declares that the experi ment of Prailian self government will prove a success. "Thev will hold their place among nations," is the terse com ment upon his countrymen. Queen Victoria' recent visit to (irasse proved more ls'iielicial to her suite, many of whom were nlllicte I with colds in throat and lungs during their entire stay. The expenses of the (Jueeii's out ing" were very large, the rent of the (iranii hotel and grounds alone amount ing to K) a day. Kdward Mcpherson has filed his final account hs the executor of Thuddeus Stevens, showing the present market value of the securities Isdongiug to the estate to be $.)4,1J. One unsettled claim is that of Mrs. Stevens, w ho alleges that she is the wife of a relative ami entitled to a part of the property, II. II. Johnston, the African explorer, w ho has just gone out from London as Consul-tieneral for Pol tuguese Fast Af rica and Imperial Commissioner for the Traus.iimbesi, is a spick and span, deli oiiuir little man, who, it is asserted, will exercise his autocratic powers with the airy grace of a diplomatic, attache, Mrs. Lease, the Kansas Alliance wom an, recently received a letter from Hen Hutterworth notifying her that she had recently lieen elected to membership in the " College of Thinkers " of the world. She also received an oiler of $!!)() and all xpensea to make three speeches before the ChautauiiuA meeting at Atlanta. i.'.u. I'l.,;.. i liL.J.i ,. i,. Fx-Senator Hlair la likely to have a poor Fourth of July. He has too much patriotic tire in tniu to puroi(tz naiy ny buying Roman candles, iind he has been too deeply insulted toenvvChinese fire crackers. And sputtering rockets that go up with a bang and eorue down with ii stick are too painfully reminiscent of his own diplomatic experience. Edmund Y ales has incurred the dis pleasure of the Prince of AVales for hav ing stated in bis newspaper that the Queen was going to pay tlie 1 rince's debts. Mr Yates has accordingly apol ogized -for his eohduct, and retracts his assertion. iNevertlielesa ' the original statement is understood to' be substan tially correct. f; ) CRIME AND CRIMINALS. Two Snitramnnto Haliionmon' tlliarjruil With Attempt to MurtltT una Itnli. tmrglars opened the safe of C. S. Tay lor at Tucson, and got away with $2,500. . Two Sacramento salooniiien are under arrest, charged with1 attempting to kill and robbing Robert Allen. Peter Greenwood, Treasurer of Wood River, township at Alton, Pa., has dis appeared. He is short in his accounts iflO.OUO. Meunier, cx-oflicer of customs, arrested May 14 at Landren, France, charged with a number of primes, has been sentenced to death. , The iKidv of Mary (irundleran heir ess, was f6und in the river bejow Spo kane, and theories of murder and suicide are ooin tuvanccu. At SOs Falls, S. D.. Plenty Horses has beeir admitted of the .murder of I Lieutenant Casey, the Judge charging IIIC jury t'O run.i, EASTERN ITEMS. Corruption in Municipal A irairs at Don v or. COLONEL GIHS0N IS KETIKEl). TIh Ui(f Now York and New Jersey bridge and Terminals to be Begun Next Fall. A proposed Niagara bridge is to cunt $'2,000,000. A New York law llxcs the price of gu at Tl.l.'.i per 1,000. A Huston Italian society advocates loy-' ally to t'ni-le Sam. Colonel liilisoii of tin' Third Artillery has been placed on the retired list. The (ialena cannot l repaired within tin-statutory limit, ami therefore is to Ix' sold. Chinch bug have made their appear ance in the central agricultural section of Nebraska. New York i congratulating itself umiii tin' prospect of having an abundance of fruit this season. The American Haptist Publication So ciety has deciileil tu discontinue appro priations for work in Armenia. It is estimated that HlO.iHH) Italiaiisare coming to the I niteil State this year 1,1' spite of the New Orleans allair. Furope a'w.ivs, a now , come to the 1'nited State (or gold when in a pinch, ami, a now , ha it want mipplied, Frank llurd is thought to have some chance of Is'iug uoiiiiiiati-d for t inventor of ( Hiio this year in place of Campbell. The saloon element at St. Fnui threaten the otlicial if they continue to secure indictment against the suloon men. The Standard Oil Company ha pur chased 1,500 acre of land from the Mountain State Oil Company of West Virginia, Negotiation Is'tweeii the State De partment and the government of San Uiliiiugo lisiking to reciprocity are well advanced. The appointment of Circuit Judges authorized by the last Congress will not be announced until Congress meets in DecemtH'r. American doctor will not attend the International Medical Congress at Koine in Sti:l unless cordial relations are re stored w ith Italy. Philadelphia will lose at out t'.W.utXi by the defalcation of it Treasurer, Join." Hardtdcv. lb' is sick in l'd, liut is guaru-d by the police. It 1 1' now very certain that the tax rate at P! iliulelphia will have to be raised thiif'fall from I.H5 to per I0() toi'over stealings of its Treasurer. One hundred ami twelve repiesenta- tave business men ol riiiiaileipnia nave organized a bourse for general exchanges, with a capital of $l,lKHi,ooo. The corruption iu municipal all'airs at Denver is now Ixdng unearthi'il. It is thought at least $.r00,000 has Is-en stolen from the city in one direction alone. Thw different blood-horse associations of the country are to confer with the view of securing a harmonious system for advancing the interests of the turf. In the libel suit of John Culveraguinst the Chicago Herald for fc-'.'i.OOO damages for the publication of an article reflect ing on his integrity as a grand juror in the Cronoii case the jury returned a ver dict in favor of the lleraltl. To James K. Keene is accredited a boom in particular stocks on the New York Stock Kxchange. It is recalled that Keene once made two millions by hulling St. Paul, anil gossips say that he is trying to re.iea. the profitable opera- lion. John Hiirdsley, ('ity Treasurer of Phil adelphia, whose method of depositing the city's funds in the Keystone and other national banks is the subject of in vestigation by a committee, has tendered his resignation, but gave no explanation therefor. It is whispered that the Hritish capi- Ualistswhoa year ago were buying up American breweries, and other nianufact ing plants are a great deal less enthusi astic than they were. An action has begun in the Supreme Court of New York in which Henry Al len, a nephew of ( ommodore V antler-1 bilt, seeks a half-million slice of the estate left by the latter. Half of the subsidy of 10,000 has been raised for the new theater which Joseph MacDonough will bunild at Oak land, Cal. The theater will b the same size as the Haldw in of San Francisco. The Women's Missionary Association of the United Brethren Church has de cided to raise $3,000 by voluntary sub scription for a church building at Port land, Or., and the association has pledged itself to support the minister there for flve years. Secretary Foster has appointed coin mission, composed of ex-Congressman GroBvenor of Ohio, Dr. Waller Keinp ster, a noted expert on insanity, and R. Powderly, brother of T. V. Powdorly, to proceed to Kurope anil investigate the immigration problem. The Denver Transmississippi Congress voted for the coinage of American silvsr, and adjourned to meet at, Omaha next October. The extreme Western dele gates carried the convention bv storm, and tlie agricultural States bad only a fseblu hearing; hence the result, THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. tin Ti'i'Hsiii'r lii-iiHi'liMi'iil HI muni lug I" I'l rirlil Hie Nnlf uf l.ul li'i r ili'kl'l. It has Is't'ii practically decided to ex tend the per cent, loan at per cent, and give the holders of these bunds the necessary ninety days' notice, Postmiistwr lieiieral Wiiuaiiiaker has hinl a conference with the Secretary of the TreiH'.i V ill regard to the selection of a site for the public building at San I raiicisco. I If 1 pilHhiug Iki and other similar matters, The Tieitiry Department has re scinded the circular o', May 7, InuI, dis continuing the allowance of a draw back on sugars used in the mauiifacliire of coudi'iiHcd milk, ft iifcct ionci v ami other article made windy or in part from sugar on hand prior to .March I. The I nierior Department tin approved three list of illdi'inliit V Si'IhsII Selections in Otvgun. In The Dalles district, ,'n acre, the Oregon district, 17, 4IN acres,; and Hie Koseburg district , 1 1:7 4 acres. These nit' for land lost in sections H ii I iti'i, granted a sclusd lands to all States. Altoliicylieneral Miller Las decided that the gain or seigniorage i. rising Iroiii the coinage of bullion under tlie Treas ury act , w lieu paid into the 'Treasury, becomes part of the general cash, and may U used like any other, 'The scign oriige fund now amounts to l.ooo.ooo, and lit.. ter this decision the issue of sil ver certificates may I' increased to that extent. The ri'sirl uf the civil-service exami nation at the New York navy yard ha been received in Washington, ami the resnlt Is gratifying to Secretary Tracy, w ho is ressinsible for the introduct imi of this reform. II xuminutiou will k'Hin be made at the Mure Island navy yanl.andil iiially g I results are o!- lilined, the Secretary will feel much gra'i.'icd and the administration ) en titled to the praise of those who Is'lieie in civil-service reform. The Treasury Department is still strug gling to prevent the sale uf lottery tick ets in the Tinted States, The law passed bv Congress prevented the use of the t'liitetl States mails in distributing t hem, and then the lottery people went to Mexico and sought under the custom law to import them into this eoiui'rv as reading matter at a light duly. Assist ant Secretary Spaulding put a stop to this by assessing duty on the face value of the tickets, the duty Is'iug placed at f'-'fiOoii a ten-dollar' ticket. 'This was thought to Is- a liual stoppage on their imiHirtatioii. The lottery jM-ople, fertile in resource, have had the tickets printed in the I'mted States, exported into Mex ico and rcimportfd into the I'liilcd Slate, and now claim that they an1 ex empt fi'uM duty as American manufact ure returned w ithout Isung advanced in value or improved in condition. Assist ant Scciehirv Spaulding, however, ha instructed Collector of Custom along he Mexican Isirder to assume that all itterv tickets entered arc ot foreign manufacture and to assess duty accord ingly. 1 CABLEGRAMS. Aii.li'i-s I rum thill Hay the I'ioIHou t Ii Iimill'icrlll Is i I'llll'lll. of Fifteen thousand carpenters of London are ill lt, owing to a lockout. The yellow fever is ravaging Santos and many other places iu P.razil. A panic prevails at Curunna, Spain, owing to the conflicts between the hj lice and strikers, The Omnibus strike at Paris has ended iu a victory for the strikers. 'They tie manded shorter hours. The Prince of Wales has again been sull'ering from inflammation of the veins of his legs or varicose veins. The Manipur murderers of ( iriinwood, the I'ritish commander, and his tlirci companions have been bunged. The Kruppadcny the story that they have sold guns or samples of their mini ufactnres to the French government. It has been ofliciallv announced at Madrid that a commercial convention has ltccn arranged with the United States. Tho Hritish House of Commons has refused to pass a bill legalizing the elec tion of women as metiipers of the Coun ty Councils. It is rumored at Cape Town that her Majesty's war ship tho Miigicienuu has landed a force anil occupied Heira on be half of the Hritish government. It is reported that Prince Ferdinand ruler of Bulgaria, is betrothed to the Archduchess. Marie, eldest daughter of the Archduke Joseph of Austria. The Brazilian Ministry has been mod ified as follows: Justice, Carvalo; Fi nance, Brazil: Interior, Araripe; Ports and Telegraph, Senior Cavalcante. Advices received at Paris from Chili sav the position of the insurgents is crit ical, recent government victories Having had a thoroughly demoralizing ellect Of the 200 Anarchistsarrestedat Rome for actual atteninted disturbances on Mayday lftO have been sent on theirown request and at the expense oi tne gov eminent to ISrazil. In the recent conflict between the Brit ish and Portuguese on tho Pungue river in Africa the Portuguese were repulsed and seven of them were killed and large number wounded. A Venezuelan decree has ordered the purchase at the nation's expense of the house in which Bolivar was born and the establishment in it of a museum of an tiquities and of the relics of great men of V enezuela. President Balnmceda in a messffge to the Chilian Congress says that during the period of three months since the be ginning of the revolution there is not an instance of a single popular outbreak in favor of the movement, whose power is actually oonlinad to the ocean. FOREIGN NEWS. Tho Popo Roftisos tho Italian Subsidy. FEMALE DOCTORS IN DEMAND. Qu iien Victoria's Visit to Grassu Proves More Beneficial to HerTlian to Moniburs of Her Suite. Hhuiighai's cotton mills are ligbteil by electricity. 'The census of Paris gives a population of L'.'l-'J.tH.lt. (irrut Itritain'a coal output in Imuo was !M ,111 l.-'HS tuns. The Mam hester ship canal is nearly completed, costing fOfi,000,0(H). Stanley has exceedingly small audi ences to listen to him in Scotland. 'The Kaiser bus recognized F.eta as President of the Republic uf Salvador. Fmigruiits leaving Sweden must have a letter of recommendation from the pastor of the parish. 'The plug hat is said to Is- rapidly re placing the :ntive headgear among the mandarin of ( 'hina. ,,,, ,. . . -i i- I he (icrmiin govern nt is building large ilvuamitc lactorv at (Vswig, on the Flbe, near Dessau. Two hundred men at the zinc works of Ipiiie in Hrcslau have Is-en dis missed for threatening to strike. Tl.e bunion 7'imfii expresses tlonbt whether the gold t meet the early call of Uu iu ciin I' tlrawn froui America. A lermaii A incrican pctro'euiii com pany at Hreineii i building a huge res et voir at Kics, Saxony, The rcscrvo.r will have a capacity ol '-ti I.IHM) casks. 'The Popi- has refused the Italian suli sidy for his suppoit, and the Clericals will, it is undci st. mhI, abstuiu from any share in the Italian uiiinicipal elcctiotm. It is rceoitfd from Vii-nua that at I I'stb in Hungary hundreds uf families f workiugmen are without shelter, liav nig lii-eii turned into tlie street lor non payment of rent. 'The great fall maneuver of the Ger man Hiinv tin year win oc eonctuueo on Sejitembi r 21, so that the Kmperor inn v lie on lus hunting grounus in Swt leli oil SeptemlsT 2:1 Great indignation is felt in various irclesof ( iermanv over the unjust sen tent f I b'tr BoMiart, editor uf one uf thetiotlia journals, for " lualignment " of the Prince of Bulgaria. Brigand have made the railroad lines of Butoiiui so unsafe that militia had to Is- placed, six men lit every station and t luce men on cverv guard's and brake- man's (Mist between the stations. At a meeting of the Central Branch of the National League in Dublin the other lav one of the speakers descrils-d Mr Gladstone as "grand old tyrant, a grand old hypocrite and a grand old traud Fx-King Milan is iu need of more money, ami will try to acquire a new supply by marrying it. He is stud to be ngaged to marry a r reneh lady, whose fortune is estimated at o.noO.OOO francs. The French crops are reported in very critical condition, iiiehoine sur ply will fall short bv 20,000,000 heetoli ters, ami if the present rainy weather continues, the result will lie disastrous to the farmers. Kxtensive preparations have been made by the atican for the coming eel- liration in honor of Pope Gregoiy the Great. Leo MIL has ollcred three prizes for the Is'st essays upon the phases of Gregory a career. 'The Czar is curtailing the lilicrties of the Mohammedan subjects. A holy see has been created for the purpose of spreading Russian doctrines among the followers of Islam and gradually coin pcllingthem to join theorthodox church. There is very great misery among the working classes in Rome. Owing to tin lecline in values and stagnation tit lunld ing interests, thousands are out of em nloynient. 'The multitude of beggars have never been so great or importunate. Tim Russian government has appro priated $1,000,000 to the construct ion of a commercial harbor at Theodosia, w hich will hereafter be the port of the Crimea for merchantmen. Sebustopol will be transformed into a military and naval stronghold. The tenant on the Currass ami Meelin estates, County Cork, have entered into an agreement with the landlord to pur chase their fiirniB. Hy tins arrangement fifty families, who have participated in the plan of campaign, will be restored to their liomos. There is a demand for women physi cians in Bosnia, most of the women re fusing to be treated by male doctors. The Austrian government is endeavoring to meet the dilliculty by engaging all the female graduates of the medical school at Zurich to locate in Bosnia, their in come being guaranteed by the govern ment at a certain figure. Austria still adds to her revenue by the lottery business. According to the Consular report from Vienna t he govern ment realized 8,5Q,'tMo' from lottery transactions last yearfof which $5,000,- 000 were returned tor prizes, leaving $: 600,000 net profit to the State. W. W. Story has mushed the monu ment and medallion which are to lie placed on Theodore Parker's grave at Florence. The ceremony will take place August 24. F. D. Sanliorn of Concord, Mass., ami Moncure D. Conway promise 1 to contribute the literary ceremonial. PORTLAND MARKET. i i i i 1 1 of i'l MHHHrt.'il hii .trernu Ainiiitiit f un Vrri II lull. A fair amount of business w us trans acted. Trade opened up rather ipiietly, hut picked up considerably. There was nothing of a special interest except that eggs were very high, Outs are very weak. Vegetables me in fair ilemuud, anil the supply is gisid. Oiegon si raw berries me weak. Cherries are scarce and not ill great demand. Kalian. ts ami lemons ! arc more plentiful Hum I hi y have Is-en ! for several weeks. There i a fair supply i of nrungcN on hum!, and the demand for them is good. I'.u-ini's in the line of i staple groceries whs gistl. 'The wool clip I is oil tlie move. I I III. W III. CI M MIK I I. I The market pn si nts no new features, i OU'erings are light, the demand is slow and trailing of a desultory character. Troilm-i', Friili, IMc. Wilt: r-Walla Walla, l..r0; Valley, $1 .lit) per bushel. Ki,ot a l'iot" : Standard, ,5.1!5; Walla Walla, 5.ou pur barrnl. Oats tjiiote: t)ui ii'2 per bushel. 11 y (JikiIh : till" 17 per ton. M n.ii rirrs Ijuote: Hrau, H'.r.OO; Shorts, f':i.(Ht; Oroiintl P.arley, T:i:;.00,f ,'II.1K); Chop I'l-eil, tL'.rxif I'd per ton; Par ley, t,'Sm I. lid percental. Hr rrKii ti'iote : On-gou fancy cream ery, -h-; lani-y tlairy, L''."vc; fair to g"Hd, Ii'a't'l'Oc; common, He; Cali fornia, ?lvw'2c per pound. Ciikksk tjuote: Oregon, i:S'f Ifx-; Cal ifornia, llnlL'c per pound. Lous tuotii : Oregon, 'Stt: per dozen. I'oi'i.rav iiote: (Id Chickens, $.".0t); young chickens, fLOO't' J.fiO ; Ducks, - . . i .... I t I ...... ; tn. .loci ,7.tsi : . ii-i-n-, iioiioioo, ii. nu Tlir,heyBi Hc per pound. KOKTAHI.KH OllOtl' tJalihage, !.. per cental : Caulirlowcr. tl 2r) per dozen ; j Onions, I V I ',! per Mund ; new Cali ! fornia. 2c; Beets, l.rl per sack; 'Tur lilp, $2.00 per sack; Potatoes, I0(ii70e I per cental; New Potatoes, IV l"'r 'pound; Tomatoes, f:t.H per Isix ; I Asparagus, 4m 5c per pound; Ori-i: .,i, 0nt.'ic per pound; Lettuce, I2c per ' ilozi-n ; ireen Peas, 5c per pound ; String Beans, He per pound; Rhui.irb, 4c per pound; Artichokes, 40c per dozen ; Kad ! ishi s, 10c per dozen bunches; young 'Onions, 1 0c pi r dozen bunches; Cucuni- Is-rs, $1 -r dozen. Fin n tjuote : lis Angeles Orange, 1 f2.2.W2.50; Riverside, f i.OOiX25; Na vels, f l.5!li 5.50 perlsix; Sicily Lemons, ' j;,,, 7,-,u; California, $4.50nf5 per Isix; Apples, I.00ur2..i0 per Isix ; liananas, $2.50(ii ;!..'id -r bunch; Pineapples, $.".00 itih.oO er dozen; Strawlic-rric, Califor nia, loc ii-i pijiiud; Oregon, 20c 'r pound; Clierries, 12'. ( BV per pound; Gooscls'rrics, ."uidic per pound. i t.1 Quote: California Walnuts, (WI2V; Hickory, HV; Brazils, KM lie; Almonds, KJirfJSc; Fills-rls, l." I4c; Pine Nuts, ITctISc; Pecans. I7Wlc; Cts-oanuts, 8c; Hazel, Kc; Peanuts, 8c per siund. Std ii roi-erli'ii. Cornell Quote : Costa Rica, .'2c; Rio, 2.'lc; Mocha, 30c; Java, 25'vc i buckle i pound KiO-pound cases. ' Si iiaks Quote: Golden C,4vuc; extra C, 47c; dry granulated, 57uc; cuIh .crushed and powdered, li'j'c per pound; ; confectioners' A, 5:l.,e per pound. Sviti l's Lantern, iu barrels, 47(f.Ve ; jhalf barrels, 50m 5He; in cases, 55i80c j per gallon ; $2.2."ioi 2.50 per keg ; Califor nia, in barrels, -Idc per gallon; f-'.-o per keg. Bkass Quote: Small Whites, 334cj Pink, 3,4(rt;i,i.c; Kayos, 414c; Butter, 4'vc; bunas, 4'..c per pound. Damn Fiu its Quote: Italian Prunes, l0'tfiT2c; Petite and German Prunes, 10c per pound; Raisins, $1.75(f 2.25 per box; Pluinmer-dried Pears, 10(3 11c; sun-dried and factory Plums, ll((fl2c: evaporated Peaches, 18t20e; Smyrna Figs, 20c; California Figs, fie per pound. Rick Quote: $5.75 per cental. Honkv Quote: 18(t2oc. Salt Quote: Liverpool, $10, $10.50, $17; stock, $11 per ton in carload lots. Cannko Goods Quote: Table fruits. $2.25. 'i's; Peaches. $2.50; Knrtlett Pears, $2.25; Plums. $l.o5; Strawlierries, $2.50; Cherries, $2(12.50; Blackberries, $2.25; Raspberries, ?2.7i; Pineapples, $2.75; Apricots, $2.40. Pie fruit: Assorted, $1.50 per dozen ; Peaches, $1.05: Plums, $1.25; Black lierries, $1.05 per dozen. Negetables: Com, $l.Ja (1. 05, according to quality; Tomatoes, $1.15(3.50; Sugar Peas, $1.251.0; String Beans, f l.lOperdozen. risti : Sal mon, ; sardines, 85c (($!. 05; lobsters, $2 25(ri3.25: oysters, $l.50 3.25 pet dozen. Condensed milK : hagie brand, $8.25; Crown, $7; Highland. fo.75; Champion, $0.00; Monroe, $(.i& per case. The Meat Market. Beef Live, 4(ii4'.jc; dressed, 7S.i. Mutton Live, sheared, 4c; dressed, Sc. Hogs Live, Oiti'i'c; dressed, 78e. Veal 6(u7o per pound. SMOKKD MKATH AND LARD. Quote: Eastern. Hams, 12:l4'13c; Oregon, 10'4(iU2!.ie ; BreaKiast itacon, r2((C13ci other varieties, swatc; Lard, 9?4'CU?4C per pound. IM Ihci'IIhucohs. Hipks Quote: Dry Hides, selected prime, S'siflOc, sC leas for culls; green, selected, over 55 pounds, 4c; under 65 pounds, Sc; Sheep Pelts, short wool. 30 (ffi50c; medium, (KK'PoOc; long,iJe(i$1.25; dhearlings, 10(aj20e; Tallow, gotxl to choice, 3(30 per pound. Wool Quote: Willamette Valley, 18 (S20c: Eastern Oregon, i3(il9e per pound, according to conditions and shrinkage. Hors Nominal. Quote: 20c per pound. Naii.s Base quotations: Iron, 2 85; Steel, $2.85; Wire, $3.40er keg. Shot Quote: $1.75 per sack.. Coal Oil Quote : $1.95 per caaa. At Ilalifux, N. S., the application for a writ of habeas corpus in the case of Piggott, the 'Texas embezzler, was dis missed by Judge Ritchie.