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Tim pauks. on.
Real Hsfate Broker,
Fire, Life and Aooldent laiaranci.
Money Loaned on Real Estate Secarity
OflVo, French k Co.'t Rtuk Rull4ln,
THR PAIXM, OHKOOW.
Grant Evans, Propr.
SmoiuI St., near Oak. Hood RWer, Or.
Slaving and lliiir-cutting aratly don.
A Minister Convicted of
CHIPMAN APPOINTED CHIEF.
The Anti-Sunday Saloon People at
Taooma Succoed in OUaining
tin' salmon catch
There in a Black in
in the Columbia.
Spokane Iihb voted to issue 1 JiKI.(HK)
for public improvement!!.
The Northern Pacific will build eoul
hunkers at Taeoma that will cost $-"0,'
Freightmen think the total potato
shipment from Southern California will
reach 18,000 carloads.
The disaffected Indians on the Ban
ning reservation have chosen William
Williams, a full-blooded Indian, as chief.
A Sacramento firm has got the con
tract for the new public building at the
State Capital, it will be of lone sand
stone. The bid was $115,000.
General Chipman's appointment to
be Chief of the Horticultural Depart
ment at the Chicago Fair gives great
satisfaction all over Northern California.
The World's Fair Committee of the
San Dievto County Chamber of Com
merce has adopted definite plana for a
grand exhibit of growing citrus and de
ciduouB fruit trees at Chicago.
The Portland Distillery and Cattle
Feeding Company is building a distillery
a few miles east of Portland on the line
r,f the. Union Pacific. It will hav a ca
pacity of 1,000 bushels of grain a day.
The anti-Sunday saloon people at Ta
eoma have succeeded in obtaining a con
viction, and saloons and gambling
houses will hereafter be closed on Hun
days. The saloon people have appealed
The Bradstreet mercantile agency re
ported twenty-two failures in the Pacific
Coast States and Territories for the past
week, as compared with ten for the pre
vious week and nine for the correspond
ing week of 1890.
Four new wells are now being drilled
s tha Nnwhn.ll oil fields in Los AngeleB
county, and several more will soon be
commenced, ine prouuci ui mo nc
hall section is now 901) barrels a day,
and is steadily increasing.
The ornithologist of the Death Valley
expedition has Becured some rare speci-
f mammals, some of which are
almost unknown. ' At Pigeon Spring
anniA tift.v specimens of a very rare
mouse were taken. Of this peculiar
BDecies. but one imperfect specimen
taken, about forty years ago,
t ia onid at Taeoma that the Northern
Pacific Kailroad Company now owns the
Soatt.ln and Northern railway, extend
ing from Hamilton on the Skagit river
through Sedro to Anacortes, a distance
of about thirty-eight miles, the most
productive farming districts in ine mate.
and at iianuiwu m .. onimo
rich Skagit river mining district.
A dispatch from Milton, Cal., says the
j.mmrA to wheat and barley by the
grasshoppers has been considerable, but
so far not of that amount to shorten the
h.,wi. which will be an abundant one.
There are millions of small 'hoppers
down from their hatching
grounds, says the dispatch, but there ia
a question whether they will do any fur-
Tim Infant Hln or Nimlii U lrntrc
hiiiI I ri't'iiiliiiiK I. Illli. rmliur.
Count I ' A bran, the French (Will at
New York, has it neat little salary of
$11,000 a year.
President F.liot, of Harvard, has a
powerful bass voice that ii noticeable in
Sim Beeves, the noted F.nglish tenor,
who has just retired from the stage, was
quite weli known as a singer over half
a century ago.
Mian I Initio Itlaino has irono to Eug
laud. She has had letters from home
assuring her that her father is in no
respect seriously ill.
Senator Vilas owns 2,200 acres of land
in Wood count v, Wisconsin, 900 acres of
which will bo planted with ornnls'rrioM.
lie may yet come to lie known as the
Charles Dudley Warner is described,
in w hat is perhaps meant to lie a com
plimentary way, by a Western nows
p:ivr as "Our American Hash-light
photographer of social fads."
Ooncial Lew Wallace, of "Hen Hur"
fame, aav that he is not a candidate for
the republican gulH'rnatorial nomination
in Indiana, and that he would not have
it were it ottered to tn in on a silver
Ilorliert Spencer is not so greatly ab
sorlod in abstruse philosophy but that
he can take an interest in the humane
and concrete. He has joined the Itritish
Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to
The fl.lMHI which Miss Juch was to re
ceive for singing at the IndianttMilis
Mav festival was attached on the suit of
it Montana bank last week. When the
fair songBtress received the news she ob
served, "I low horrid !"
Professor Burt Green Wilder, of Cor
nell university, wants to annihilate nil
intercollegiate sports. It's evident that
the athletic side of colUyo life was de
veloped after the professor hud his in
nings as an undergraduate.
The infant king of Spain is a restless
and precocious little creature, lie has
already, though only 5 years old, out
grown' ids tova un'd yearns for live
r . . H i...
horses instead 01 tin ones, -lie iqieKn
English quite correctly and is learning
The assertion of that bright Irishman,
T. P. O'Connor, that hereditary royalty
in England is now passing through the
severest ordeal it has Itccli subjected to
for generations, has some truth In it ;
yet it is well to rememlx'r that English
royalty is a hard nut to crack.
Selectman hiunabury, of Seymour.
r.mm.. one of the ollicials in the United
States Pin Company, is going to build a
Hidi.wiilk of oiiis. He has at the pin
f.iiiiiiiiiiiv'n shoo some twenty barrels of
old and imperfect pins, the nccumu
tiona of years, and these lie will now
Ex-Speaker Thomas 11. Koed is stay-
Ling at a quiet bourding house in lans.
At the request ol Minister noon, .i.
Floquet put his private gallery in the
Chamlx-r of Deputies at the dismal of
the ex-speaker, who is seen there fre
quently, following debates with close
The foreign ministere to Pekin who
saw the emperor at the recent royal
audience, enrried away an agreenble
pression of the Oriental sovereign. He
was simply attired in silk anil loro no
scepter or other emblem of authority.
I null-mi of a crow n he wore a plain
Chinese felt hat surmounted by a button
of crimson silk. He appeared mild and
somewhat melancholy, and his pale face
wore an expression of great refinement
The Russian Grand Duke SergiuB is
said to be profoundly devout in man
ners. II ne Happens npoiiHii nimm'oi ic-
A Now Explosivo to bo
Tostod by Exports.
REV. SAM SMALL DROPPED.
An Attempt to Amend the Compulsory
Education Bill of Illinois
The Od.I Fellows are to build a $100,
(MX) temple at Chicago.
Tlu lLiiti-trust law in Iowa proves to
lo inadequate to accomplish the pur
Ordnance experts are to test a new
explosive manufactured in Virginia and
Milwaukee liquor dealers are to build
a distillery of their own, so as to he free
iiited sanctity he will prostrate himself
before it. If there are relics of some
old ecclesiastic or by-gone generations,
he will not be happy till he kisses them.
If there is a shrine where pilgrims
gather, there he must alno worship.
And the lady (almost an Knglish
princess, since the granddaughter ol the
queen) to whom he is married has had
to learn to accommodate nerseii io uu
from whisky-trust exactions.
H.C. Bile of his Angeles has been
engaged as Professor of Greek at Black-
burn I. Diversity, located at I arliiivuie,
P.ak Examiner Drew at Philadelphia
hiii been suspended pending a complete
investigation of the matters now under
Armour. Morris nnd Swift are to es
tablish stock yards at Tolleslou, Did.,
where their packing Iioubok are to 1st es-talilished.
The World's Fair Association of Com
mercial Travelers has been formed at
Chicago. Foreign drummers will Ik
asked to join.
The appropriation for completing the
work of the lust census is mming low,
and nn army of clerks w ill Ih dismissed,
delaying the work.
The w hole audience lit tin- Princeton
commencement chuoivd Dr. McCosh as
he entered the church where the exer
cises were Ix-ing held.
One of the railway tunnels under the
lludst.n, connecting New York city w ith
the Jersey shore at HoUiken, will Is
finished ill atxiilt six months.
Comptroller of the Currency I.ncey has
imide his rejHirt relative to the downfall
of the Keystone Itauk of Philadelphia.
It contains alsiiit 9,00;l words.
Crowds are still culling upon the priest
physician, Kt-v. lather Mollinger, at,
Pittsburg. No cures of a miraculous na-
jture have Is-en reported lately.
II IS HOW Hllliouill'e"! wmi I lie lrni.ii ny
log cabin ill which Abraham Lincoln's
parents were married has Is'eii secured
lor exhibition at the World'a Fair.
Idlers and criminals sre, it is said, sent
hi Canada from F.nglnml, and from there
thev come across the Isirder into the
United States in violation of the immi
The International Typographical
Union in convention at Boston has re
fused to admit women compositors into
local unions on an equal footing, wages,
etc., w ith men.
The Indians ill the Ixiwer I'.rush reser
vation in South Dakota are much tip
posed to Uieir removal. The agency is
to bo removed to a point nearly opposite
the Crow Creek agency.
The attempt to amend the compulsory
education bill of Illinois has failed, lie-
fore the Legislature adjourned a bill was
inssod granting women the right ol sui
rage in school elections.
D. C. Knight, a former Director of the
Nicaragua canal, charges the Nicaragua
Canal Construction Company with gross
extravagance. Counsel for the company
declares the charges false.
The strike of ore handlers at Ashta-
THE NATIONAL CAPITAL.
AnUUiil H.. rli.rr NMIIxIimi IHrvrlalhn
Iti'liini ir I'mierr liniiilKrant.
The President has rei-ognlned Vlmli
mir ArtiiiMs vilch ns Consul of Russia
at San Francisco, ami .1. O'Connor, Con
sul of lli-lgiuni, at Portland for Oregon,
Washington, Idaho and Montana.
Commissioner Curler of the general
laud olllce has Issued all order directing
a survey of Forts Sisneton and Maginuis
iiilniiidiincd military reservations) for
the purHise of throwing the land open
Secretary Proctor has prepared a state
ment showing the desertions from the
in my arc less now than at any time since
the war closed. The desertions for May
are less than half what they were for
several years past, and the ratio of the
decrease'is constantly increasing.
Secretary Foster has received a dis
patch from General Grosvenor, Chair
man of (he Immigration Commission to
visit F.urope. staling that, fearing the
S'Siiiilts iim.ii him or misrepresentations
will impair, if not destroy, his useful
ness in the commission, he tenders his
resignation, lie cannot all'ord to hold
ollice to the injury of the party. It is
undcrsliKid that Secretary Foster will
npsiint General Grosvenor to another
iNisitioiiof equal responsibility.
Assistant Secretary Nettleton has di
rected the return to Itegun, Havarla, of
John limine, a pauper iininirunl, w ho
arrived in this country mi the steamer
.:l.l..r .lamiiirv I ft. It is show 11 that
llrnhme was not apprehended on his ar
rival, but made his way to Milwaukee,
Wis., w here he ls-came a public charge.
It is further shown that Ursine was a
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puolic cnarge in ine my m h'K""
live years prior to his departure for this
country, and mat ins pussngn n ihum
by the lis-al authorities at Ki gali.
Aetintf Secretary Wharton and the
Chinese Minister held a lengthy Inter
view rewinding the case of lllair, ap
iNiiutcd Minister to the Celestial Umpire
aniiii after the ad ournmoiit of t lie last
I niiiress. After the interview Wharton
said the Chinese government had not re
ceded from its position regnrding I'.lair
and would prefer some one else should
ho appointed United States Minister to
that country. "It is clearly evident."
, tinned Wharton, "the t'hine-e do
not want Mr. lllair. and the United
States cannot force a Minister ujmiii i
friendly jsiwer in the face of unmistak
Secretary Foster has telegraphed Ca-
lain llooner. co lauding the revenue
steiimer Corwin. at San Francisco to pro-
ei-i'd with all possible dispatch to the
l'ribvlotl' Islands with copies of the Pros
ident's proclamation for distribution to
interested parties, commanders of all
United States nnd lintish w ar or revenue
vessels, and then proceixl to enforce the
i,r.i iHiuns ol the proclamation, assisi
.ml Secretary of the Navy Holey sai
Unit Ihe United States men-of-war The
lis, Alert and Mohican would sail imme
diately for the sealing waters to prevent
the further catching of seals this season
as agreed upon by the United States and
t treat nriiain.
Germany is Said to be Anxious
Withdraw From Samoa Alto
gether Other News.
ovrriiiiirnt Will ilv HntUrnc
tlmi ti Hi" 1'owwm.
CRIME AND CRIMINALS.
Gcriiiiimo, the Most DNirat Outlaw In
the 8outhwet, Killed.
Rob Clark, a mulatto, under arrest at
Bristol. Tenn.. for ravishing Mrs. John
Warren, was taken irom jail ny a moo
Harlev McCoy, convicted of shooting
r i . C l,.f:,w. I I ... I.... in Ilmiiritr
inspector oi iuov;i- u ji
last January, was sentenced at Grhuley,
Col., to the penitentiary ior uie.
Julio Mer.bacher, the Spanish-Ameri
can aL'ent of the New York Life insur
ance Company, is said to be a defaulter
for anvwhere between s.suu.uou aim
$500 ,H)6. i :'
An Italian murderer of Camden, N. J
nleaded uuiltv to murder, his counsel
Hn vinir that after the New Orleans lynch
ing Ids client preferred to thus avoid a
Geronimo, the most desperate outlaw
'.i - i :llj ..1 .
in ttie souuiwesi. was Kineii auoui,
thirty miles from llenson, Cochise
county, A. T. A reward of $3,000 had
been offered for him.
John Macmillan. a well-known lawye:
and a member of the Paris council, is
missinir. He is said to be a defaulter to
the extent of $7,000. He is supposed to
have gone to the United States.
0NGK0NG BURIAL GROUND.
In Judge Trout's court at San Fran
cisco Chin Chun, convicted of niaiy
slaughter, was sentenced to San Quentin
for ten years. He was one of a gang of
highbinders which raided Taim F'oo'a
house, of ill-fame and killed the proprietor.
hula. O.. threatens to become serious,
and the calling out of the militia to pro
tect those w ho are desirous ol returning
to work is being considered.
The total gross exchanges of the prin
pal cities of the United States and
Canada for the past week were $999,201,-
500 : decrease. 20.1 per cent, as compared
with the same week last year.
The following Officers of the Missouri
Kansas and Texas have been elected :
President, II. C. Cross; Vice-President,
J. Waldo; Treasurer, J. b. .Neavillej
Chairman of the Hoard of Directors, Joel
The Colorado Conference of the Meth
odist Episcopal Church at Denver has
dropped from membership in the church
Kev. aam wmau oecause oi nis trouoie
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in connection witn me ivieuiouiHi uni
versity at Ogden, Utah.
The graduating class of sixty-five ca-
deta at the Military Academy received
their commissions as Second Lieuten
ants at the bands of Secretary of War
Proc'or. who delivered an address full ol
good advice to young soldiers.
Dr. Henry A. Todd, associate in Ro
mance Languages at the John Hopkins
University, has accepted the rrotessor
shin of Romance Languages in the Stan
tnril University. Ho was graduated at
Princeton in 1870 with hdnor.
The Conference Committee of the Il
linois Legislature has agreed on an ap
propriation of $800,000 for the Illinois
exhibit at the World's Fair. The Sen
ate lias adopted the report, and the
House will undoubtedly do eo.
In order to determine exact longitude
of Montreal and other points the observ
atory at the McGul University Bent ty
way' of the Canadian Pacific Telegraph
aim the Commercial Cable 120 signals to
Greenwich observatory. The average
time of transmission over the round cir
cuit of 8,000 miles was 1 05 seconds, the
whole number ranging between 1 and 1.1
Baring Pros.' liquidators reHrt a bal
ance, of 8,7.'0,000.
The Irish land purchase bill has passed
to the third reading in the British House
The, Chinese government has decide
to give satisfaction to the powers affected
by the riots at wuhu
f'nlil weather has out buck the h.gyt
tian cotton crop, and the appearance oi
locusts causes uneasiness
Them in danger of a financial crisis in
Mnroeeo. The price of slave girls has
fallen from .24 to 112 each.
Tim Chinese Kmneror's edict orders
beheading of all persons implicated in
the reciiit riots and massacres.
The religious conferences of various
denominations in Kngland are memori
alizing the Prince of Wales to abstain
from further gambling.
The Upper House of the Prussian Diet
has passed a hill restoring to the Roman
Catholic dioceses the funds seized at the
time of the kulturkainpf.
Mrs. Grimwood. the heroine of the
Maui pur massacre in India, is to receive
from Queen Victoria the Victoria Cross
in addition to the Red Cross.
Ooddiird Clarke, the iurvman who
questioned the Prince of Wales so sharp-
ly, is a f euow oi toe iviyai ctmwu
d.. Uu ia likiiwiun R fellow of ill-
The London Spfaker predicts very great
prosperity in the United States because
nf its large crops, it predicts inconve
niently large exports ot gold irom Eu
rope to America in me luiuiuu.
British land values keep declining,
Tim solendid Dunalastair estates m
irt!ishire have iust been sold for 130,
000, 155,000 having been paid for them
in 1885 and very costly improvements
having been added Since.
There is an unconfirmed rumor in
Timilon that Lord Brooke, son of the
Earl of Warwick, has filed a petition for
divorce from his wife on the ground of
adultery, the Prince of Wales being
charged as co-respondent
Germany is anxious for a pretext to
withdraw 'from Samoa altogether. The
Chief Justice there says hiB life is en
dangered by conspiracies, and be is gen
erally made miserable.
The new Russian municipal reform
hill enmnletelv sweeps the municipalities
out of existence. Mayors will no longer
have anv power. The tiovernors win
liereafter be State officials.
Admiral Vallon of the French navy
The Czar's royal yacht, the Polar Star,
cost over .'i.oon.ooo.
It is expected the eruption of Vesuvius
ill assume vast proHiriiois.
Tim influenza continues to rage in
Hamburg, and is on the ini-icaso.
The reis'tiled eartli(iiakes in Duly are
routing panics among the pitqile.
The Czar receives from his Sils-nan
gold mines alsmt 1H 000 annually.
The increase of the population of I .on
ion in the last ten years is ;f!"5,Hi;:i.
Over llMI miles of country has boon de
vastated by fire in New Brunswick.
It is again reiMirted that Parnell will
marry Mrs. O'Sheii at an early date.
Fishing off the Newfoundland const is
said to Is remarkably good this suasoii.
The total wheat crop of France this
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vearwill lie nui nine more man nun ion
Pirates in the Black Sea fired uism
and killed six Russian soldiers and two
ollicers and then made their escape.
It is said the Oiioen has reprimanded
the Prince of Wales ami exacted a prom
ise from him to never handle cants again.
Senaiiutv. comiiiaiider-iii-chief of the
Manipuri forces, has Is-en condemned to
hung for the crime of reU-llion against
Earth tremors, sometimes of terrrify-
ing violence, continue in the Verona dis
trict, Italy, threatening the complete de
struction of the towns.
A dispatch to the Edinburgh .hiunutl
states that a divorce suit to U' instituted
bv bird Brookennd naming the Prince
of Wales as co-respondent is imminent.
Burial ground being very scarce in
Hongkong colony, tlie government pro
poses to take mi and bum Chinese un
claimed dead buried for five or six years.
riie famous crater of Solfatara of lloz-
xuoli near Naples is show ing signs of re
newed activity, lius volcano was active
long liefore eHii'ius, hut for ages has
I ce n nearly extinct.
The na'ivca of the Camerooiis, West
ern Africa, are reported to have cruelly
tortured the German prisoners before
executing them, and that many prison
ers committed suicide in order to escae
I.f Jour of Paris announces that Liqui
dator Moiichicourt, with Chrispohle,
Governor of the Credit Foncier, has ar
ranged so that the affairs of the Panama
Company shall be taken over by a group
of financial houses.
The harlior authorities of Southamp
ton. England, the great mail port, have
decided to adopt electric cranes for the
unloading of vessels on account of the
greater rapidity with which they win
enable work to ho pertormed.
M. Kiflel, the daring civil engineer
who conceived the tower in Paris which
lienrs his name, lives up on the Jung
frail in the Swiss Alps. He has just ol
tained permission k build a railroad up
the mountain to his very dwelling.
Mine. Sarah Bernhardt has just bought
by cable a large tract of land at IScuiliy,
It ( Jiiara Huli-l In All lt Hraiiclie. K-
Htrawlierries came in at their usual
heavy rate. Cherries are more plentiful
and cheaer. ( ioosuls-rries now being
received are of a Is-tler quality and
cheaper. There are plenty of oranges
and lemons in the market, yet prices are
advancing steadily. California peaches
of very fair quality are hi moderate sup
ply. Fggs are scarce, poult ry is scared
and in good demand. There whs hut
little doing in the grocery line.
rroilurn, Krult, Kir.
Wiii:r-WMlla Walla, 1.50; Valley,
fl. 00 per cental.
Fuma Quoto; Standard, f 5.25; Walla
Walla, 5.uo per barrel
Hay Quote: fUHtl7 per ton.
MiM.H'rt:rKH Quote: Bran, f'Jl.OO;
Shorts, f 25.00; Ground Barley, fM.OOW
,'M.OO; Chop Feed, f25(if20 per ton; Bar
ley, f 1.25' 1.30 percental.
Br men Quote: Oregon fancy cream
ery, 25-; fancy dairy, 22'c; fuir tfl
good, l7'aM20e; common. 14c; Cali
fornia, 22Vf24e per pound.
Ciuksk Quota: Oregon, 1315e; Cal
ifornia, 12c per Kjund.
Loos Quote : Oregon, s h- por
liOKni'i'u'c per bushel.
suburb of Paris, for f52,000, all made
luring her recent American tour. It is
said that she will build a veritable pal
ace after she has finished her travels.
. i.ll VI. I
sayB : our navy is sun capaoio ui w
ino-thn allied floetB of the dreibund. If
the British navv was against us, how
ever, we could do nothing but retreat
The IHidon Svn'lator prints a some
hat gloomv article on the decline in
the rate of lxnidon's growth, as shown
by statistics just made public. The
writer sees in this met mat ine empire
has passed the meridian of greatness
There are now in Moscow 15,000 per
sons waiting to be transported to Siberia,
Five thoosajid are convicts, the others
are their wives or cniairen w no volun
teered to follow them into exile. I he
number has accumulated since the new
Great distress is in the government of
Odessa, owing to poor crops and the laii-
lire oi ine voiga to rise, in niiuurisi
the winter crops are ruined altogether,
and the peasants have no grain to sow
for the summer. More than half the
fields lie idle.
The latest election returns in the Ne
therlands show that out of 100 seats
composing the Second Chamber the Lib
erals have secured 41. the Catholics 22
and the Protestant Orthodox 11. A sec
ond ballot is necessary for the remaining
The Arabs at Yemen (Arabia Felix)
have revolted and attacked the imperial
troops, forcing them to retreat, ine
troons lost several officers and 100 men
Ihe Grand Uouncu at Constantinople
has decided to disnatch 10,000 troops
from the Syrian garrisons
The last census of Ireland shows that
the Roman Catholics number 3.549,745,
a decrease of 411,140 during the last dec
ade. The Protestant Episcopalians mini
her 000,830, a decrease of 38,744; the
Presbyterians 440,087, a decrease of 24,-
047. and the Methodists 55,235, an in
crease of l,3!Ki.
Doni Pedro, who has cone to Vichy to
take the waters, will probably go toF'ng-
land about the middle of next niontn,
lozen; Eastern, 22'bC
Poci.tbv Quote: Old Chickens,
fO; young chickens, fXfiUtijiu; uucaa,
7.0nii8 (Ml: Geese, nominal, flO per
dozen; Turkeys, 15c per pound.
VaoaTABi.as Quote: Latinage, i.oo
per cental; Cauliflower, f 1 25 per
dozen; Onions, lV'lV lr l10""'1;
Beets, fl.60 per sack; lurnips,
fl.76 per suck; Potatoes, ti0it70c
per cental; New Potatoes, l!c per
pound; Tomatoes, f-'.50 per box ;
Asparagus, 45c per pound; Oregon,
10tl5e per pound; l-ettuce, 12,lsc per
dozen; Green Peas, 5c per pound; String
Beans, Kc per tiound ; Rhubarb, 4e per
pound; Artichokes, 40c per dozen; Rad
ishes, 10c per dozen bunches; young
Onions, !0c per dozen bunches; Cucuni
Im ts, 75c per dozen; Carrots, fl.25 ler
Kkuits Quote : los Angeles Oranges,
f2.25ot2.Ml; Riverside, ;!.O0f 3.25; Na
vels, f.5di5.50 per box; Sicily Lemons,
" 7.50 ; California, f4.M)o'5 per box;
Apples, fl.OOr2.50 per Iwx ; Bananas,
fl!.00f 2.,'i0 or bunch; Pineapples, f.j.00
i.iS.00 H-r dozen; Strawiicrrios, bunc
is-r siund; Cherries, fl.00(tl.2ft per
(mix ; Gooselierries, 4(,iife imt jsiund ; Cur
rants, 5c .er pound ; Apricots, .wccj.ou
a r Imx; RaspU-rnes, 9c jer pound ;
'ouches, f2.50 per Isix.
Nets Quote: Cahtornia w ainuu.u.'n
Or 1 2 ' c ; 1 1 ickory , 8 V i. Brozi Is, 10 1 lc ;
Almonds, 10il8c; riliierw, i.xjhc;
Pine NuiB, 17(U8c; Pecans, l,M18c;
Co.ianuta, 8c; Hazel, 8c; Peanuts, 8c
CoKnea Ouote: Costa Rica, 22c;
Rio, 23c; Mocha. 30c; Java, 25V; Ar
buckle's, 100-pound cases, 20?4c per
' .. .V . 11.1 I . II .
hl'OARH IUOie I UOiuen yj, t s
0, 4'Bo; dry granulated, 5Hc; cuik
crushed and powdered, ti'c per pound ;
confectioners' A, 534c per pound.
Sy in-l's Eastern , in barrels, 47(nc;
half barrels, 50(.f58c; in cases, 66(rfB0c
per gallon; f2.2.it2.50 ier keg; uantor
nia, in barrels, 40c per gallon ; f2.25 er
Bit anh tjnote : Small Whites, 3J4c;
I 'ink, 8t4'or3V.; Bayos, 40: Butter,
4 Sic; Linias, 4 J4ui5i' per tiound.
Diiiiti) Fhuits Quote: Italian rrunee,
10.lB(12c; Petite and German Prunes,
10c per pound ; Raisins, fl.752.25 per
box; Plnmmer-dried Pears, 10llc;
... . . ... l . .
sun-driei and lactory i .urns, uwi;
evaporated Peaches, 18a20o; Smyrna
Figs, 21W! t;alitornia ngs, w, perjwunu.
Rk k (Juote : f 5.oO((r.7a per cental.
Honky Quote : 18ur20e per pound.
Salt Quote: Liverpool, fltt, $16.50,
,17: stock, fll per ton in carloatt lots.
Canned Goods Quote: laoie
fruits. 2.(K1. 2'b's; Peaches, f2.50;
Bartlett Pears, $2.25; Plums. $1.05;
Straw liernes, $2.50; Cherries, f(Z.oo;
Black Imrries. $2.0; Haspoernes, z.o;
Pineapples, $2.75; Apricots, $2.40. Pie
fruit: Assorted, $1.50 perdozen ; Peaches,
$1.(16: Plums, $1.25; Blacktierries, $1.6
dozen. VegotaDles: vorn, fi.M
(C 1.05, according to quality; lomatoes,
$1.153.50; Sugar Peas, $1.251.60;
String Beans, $1.10 per dozen. Ush : tsai
inon, ; sardines, 85c(it$1.65;
lobsters. $2 253.25; oysters, $1.50(;?
3.25 per dozen. Condensed milk : Eagle
brand, $8.10; urown, ; tiigniano.
$6.75; Champion, fti.oo; Monroe, $0.70
Beef lave, 3)4c; dressed, 7c
Mutton Live, sheared, 3c; dressed,
Hogs Live, 6c; dressed, 8c.
Veal 57c per pound.
8MOKKD MB ATS AND LABD.
Quote: Fas-tern Hams, 12?413c;
Oregon, lO'012sc; Breakfast Bacon,
12(3 13c; other varieties. 8 lie; Lard,
9?411?4C per pound.
Hides Quote: Dry Hides, selected
Diime. 8(a'9c. Kc less for culls; green,
selected, over 65 pounds. 4c ; under 66
pounds, 3c; Sheep 1'elts, short wool, ao
rtiSOc; medium,t)0soc; iong,wocifi.z;
shearlings, 10(ii20c; Tallow, good to
choice, 83)6'c per pound.
Wool Quote: vvuismette valley, 18
20c: Eastern Oregon, 13(31 19c per
pound, according to conditions and
Hops nominal. Quote: zuc per
Nails Base quotations: Iron, 2 85;
Steel, $2.85; Wire, $3.40 per keg.
Shot Quote: $1.75 per sack.
Coal Oil Quote : $1.95 per case.
Henry Miller, convicted in the United
States Court at Florence, A. T., on the
8th inst., of robbing the United States
mail between Florence and Casa Grande,
and sentenced to ten years' imprison
ment at. hard labor in San Quentin, Cal.,
where he is to reside for a few weeks at made his escape at Casa Grande, after
Bushy Park, which has been placed at I picking the pockets of hia sleeping
his dispoaal by the Due da Neumoura. guard.
o ner damage.