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Real Hstatc Broker,
Fire, Life and Accldrnl Insurance.
Honey Loaned on Real Essiatc Security
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Grant Evans, Propr,
Skkiii.I Ml., tmar Otk, HokI Klr, Or.
Shaving and llir nutting .Nttly don.
Saloonkeepers Refuso to
Pay High License.
MORMON ELDERS AT POMONA
One of the Longest and Most Costly
Steel Bridges Being Eroded
A water famine exists (in the hilltt
within the city limits of Uih Angeles.
Tlie Southern California Editorial As
HiK'iution promises to vmit Flagstalf, A.
T., in August.
Tin' Sacramento TyHgruphieal Union
has indorsed tin nine-hour system, to go
into effect October 1.
The Tine Nut (Nev.) (fold discovery in
Mttnii'liitK nii'ii from nil directions. A
towiiHite lias Ih-cii laid out.
The Boards of !'. jiuili .nt ion in South
ern California tire making radical reduc
tions on assessments of orange orchards.
The great herds of eattle in Southern
ami KiiHtem Oregon are licing bought ujt,
and there is likely to lie an advaneo in
The disturbances at the mines in
Washington are believed to he at an end.
Many of the worm characters have gone
A project to plant 400 acres of lemon
orchards on some of the licst lemon land
in the State is materializing at San Bcr
The British Healing schooner E. B.
Marvin has been seized hy the Hush
while entering Behring Sea and turned
over to the British war ship Nymphe.
There is some misunderstanding atsiut
t he stone to lx used in the construction
of the public building at Sacramento,
and work in consequence has been sus
pended. The Board of Trustees of the Willam
ette University at Salem has elected
Rev. George Whittaker of Marshall,
Tex., President to succeed Thomas Van
focal prophets in Southern California
are predicting violent disturbances on
the surface of the earth in the near fu
ture, owing to the extensive evaporation
of Sal ton Lake.
Warrants have been issued at Sacra
mento for the arrest of lifty-seven saloon
keepers who refused to pay the new high
license. Two hundred and sixty-live
more arrests are to be made.
The foundation of the bigTenth-street
hotel at Los Angeles, which cost $80,000,
and to complete which many futile ef
forts have been made, is to he utilized as
a fruit-drying establishment.
The lire on Mount Hamilton has been
cheeked, and no further danger is appre
hended at tho observatory. About 2,500
acres have been burned ovor, and much
valuable timlier and cord wood lost.
Mrs. McDonald, the mother of Joseph
Brown, the Charleston sailor killed liy
Deputy Marshals, is now at San Diego,
ana will push the presecution of her
son's slayers. He was her only support.
Tho coyote-bounty law has already lutd
"i the effect of increasing the number ui
jack rabbits in some sections of South
ern California, and fruit-growers there
are open in their expressions of indigna
tion. Two Mormon Elders are proselyting
near Pomona, Cal. S. M. Putney, one
of those who have been converted, seems
glad to think his wife is favorable to a
man having more than one wife, and
proposes to move toward Utah as soon as
THE NATIONAL CAPITAL.
'III.' Muty li-in 1 1 iiimil A .i'ii vi'a Hik III'
iml of lli llmiril of KtHiiilni'r..
Second Comptroller Gilkcson Iiiim up
proved the ri-1 m ft of the Weti'in Union
l' 1 V t it j i ( i Company, union n ting to$Mv
mm, fur telegraph Hcrvicc for the United
Mules Minimi bureau at the rale cstali
liHlied hy t lie PomIiiiiimIcM ienerHl. The
company Iiiih notified the Secretary of the
Treasury I hut it will accept payments at
the rutin niiiiieil iimler protest until the
question of legality is judicially deter
mined. The Navy Department Iiiim approved
the report of the Board of Examiners
for the foremen and mimic r iiiechaiiii-H
at the Mare Inland iiiivv yard, and has
tilled all positions hy iiHiintmentof the
candidate whom the Board recommend
ed. With reference to certain trades,
involving special training in building
hulls of modern steel war vessels, the
Hoard respectfully states that in itx opin
ion none of the cauilidates prcHf nting
themselves mihhcfmci the special knowl
edge desirable. Kiglit-fivc candidates in
all were examined.
It. V. Bell, Assistant ConiniiHHiuner of
Indian Allni, has returned to Washing
ton after a visit to the Pad lie Count . lie
went there six weeks ago to open bid
for the award of contracts for supplies
for the Indians of the Pacific CoiiHt for
the present fiscal year. The siipplii-s in
cluded groceries, hard ware and agricult
ural implements. The prices tit w hich
the supplies were obtained were gener
ally a little lower than those for the imst
lineal year. Bell visited some ludiiiu
schools in Arizona and Mexico, includ
ing those conducted hy the government
and thom know n as the contract seho.il-i,
managed hy the various religious dennm
illation, liell speaks very highlyof the
the general condition of the government
scIhmiIs both in intellectual and indus
trial features. Ilu says intellectually
they are in advance of the contract
schools, and with respect to in.lustiinl
training he gives no comparison between
the two classes.
A TiiWtol Coimitiiiill y Hi KlisrkolT Sii
lirrn.i'il liy tlu (.iivcriiin.'iit.
Belgium has joined the triple alliance.
England declines to apoint women
Kaiua in Northwest India are partially
averting the famine that was feared.
The HismIs continue in Primsian S '
sia, and the damage to life and prop .
A great battle is looked for at Co"'; i
Im) between the Chilian government a 1
Germany and Austria have become
alarmed by the vast increase recently of
applications for naturalization.
Two million francs more have U-en
added to the fortune of the ('unite tie
Paris through the will of the Marquis de
The harvest prospects in the southern
provinces of Pel sia are so had that the
government has prohibited the exxirta
tion of corn.
A Tolstoi community at Kharkotr, con
taining a iiuiuIkt of educated men who
have left society, has been suppressed by
Sir Henry Wood, Secretary of the
Royal Commission for the World's Fair,
says that British merchants will make
a $1,000,000 exhibit.
l,oid Salisbury proposes to reduce the
Irish representation in the House of
Commons because of the decrease of
Mrs. Frank Ix'slio according to reports
from Boulogne-sur-Mcr, France, where
she is at present, is alxmt to marry a
brother of Oscar Wilde.
A seiiii-ollieial journal at Berlin says
Germany can rest easily and leave the
French and Russians to gush over their
The Scottish Mission, which has its
headouartcrs at Jerusalem, reports the
conversion of six Jews to Presbyterian-
ism at a cost of $5,000 apiece.
The Chilian cruiser President! Erra
zuris has had to leave Lisbon without a
crew, the government and foreign Con
suls preventing an enlistment of men.
Wilberger, Werner and other promi
nent young Six-ialists propose to get the
International Congress at its meeting in
Brussels on Angust Hi to pass a vote of
censure against Vollmar tor his recent
German patriotic utterance.
Vienna iB Boon to have a music and
dramatic exhibition, where will be seen
the products of every industry connected
with music and dramatic, instruments,
stage properties, mechanical appliances
and decorations, with the highest art de
partment. The excessive attentions paid to the
Princeof Naples by the Queen and Prince
of Wales during his visit at London have
convinced the public that the reports of
the pronahle matrimonial alliance be
tween the Italian and British royal fam
ilies have some foundation.
The Natural History Museum at Ken
sington, England, has received a novel
addition to its shelves in the shape of
10,000 spiders. The insects were be
queathed to the' institution by the late
Count Keyserbnrg, who spent a good
part of his life in collecting them.
The Gazelle, the leading military news
paper at London, announces that Dr.
Godfrey Hambleton has discovered a
method by which consumption is cured,
and the editor from his personal knowl
edge confidently asserts that the "cure
of consumption is now an accomplished
An attempt has just been made upon
the life of Mine. Conataus, wife of the
French Minister of the Interior. Ful
minate of mercury, a high explosive
compound, was put into what appeared
to be a religious ritual book, but which
had been hollowed out to hold the explosive.
Tho Boston Nationalists
Issuo an Ad dross.
A BIG SURPLUS OF WHISKY.
Census Office Report Shows tho United
States is the Largest Producer
of Copper in the World.
Chicago will erect a twenty-five story
Texas negroes will exhibit at the
Denver capitalists have secured the
principal tin mines in Colorado.
The Customs Collector at New York
has been ordered to cut down cxciisch
There were HI.IKHJ watermelons re
ceived in Chicago from Georgia one day
Boton Nationalists have issued an
address calling on the citv to run the
The President has nominated Henry
E. Nichols to b a Commander in the
United States navy.
Prominent Ilaylians at New York say
a revolution agaiiiHt llyppolite is 1kii ml
to come at an early day.
The ollicial investigation at Ottawa is
bringing to light an astounding amount
of rascality in the public oliices.
Chicago's postal receipts last vearwere
$::,.'lit,7:l ).iiii and exis'lisi-s 1 .L'Kri.OJH.IM,
leaving an income of il'.l'P.l.TO'.MW.
Mrs. Samuel Mather of Cleveland luis
given 75.(HHI V the Woman's College of
Western Reserve University at that (My.
Cleveland savs he has not the slightest
intention to take the stump in Ohio this
full, and he has never intimated he
would do so.
Princeton College intends sending an
expedition this month to "a region in
Montana never before explored" to
search for fossil remains,
By a deci-ion in the United States Cir
cuit Court at New York the Brush K lee
trie Company has secured a monopoly of
the storage-battery industry.
The testimony before the Privileges
and Flections Committee at Mtawa con
tinues to show fraud and bribery in se
curimr government contracts
It is gravely declared at Buzzard's Bay,
Mass., where Ivlwin Booth has U-en
lately, that the great actor is dying from
the ell'ects of too much smoking.
Kentucky whiskymen are again wor
ried over the big surplus of their com
modity now on hand, on which $:s,0iMi,
000 taxes will come due next fall.
The striking plush weavers at Dol
son's mills in Philadelphia after ten
weeks of idleness have agreed to return
to work. There are about 4(H) of them.
Bank Kxaminer Drew is endeavoring
to convince the Secretary of the Tieas
nry that he did not neglect his duty in
the case of the Keystone hank at Phila
delphia. Senator Chandler of New Hampshire
in a six-column article in a Concord
journal makes a bitter attack upon Sen
ator Gallinger, whom he charges with
having sold himself to the railroads.
Dr. Henry T. HcmMd, the famous
buchu man, who was credited with hav
ing piled up a fortune of $10.01)0,000 by
the hale of his patent medicines, is once
more in a madhouse, chained at the
wrists and with shackles on his ankles.
There has just lx;en cast at the armor
plate mill of Carnegie, Phillips & Co. at
Homestead, Pa., an armor ingot eighty
inches wide and twenty-three inches
thick, weighing 32,000 pounds the larg
est armor-plate ingot rolled in this
According to a new law in Texas for
eigners are not permitted to own land in
fee simple; but it has been estimated
that the Texas farmers have borrowed
in foreign countries not less than $45,
000,000, which is represented in mort
gages upon their lands.
Of the til! negroes lynched in the South
thus far this year 20 were killed for rape,
18 for murder, 10 for stealing, 8 for be
ing troublesome, 3 for incendiarism, 2
for alleged murder and 2 as accessories
in murder cases. The last four were
lynched upon suspicion.
John Winder (colored) is under arrest
at Atlantic City, N. J., for committing a
murderous assault upon Joseph McRea.
McRoa was talking with Winder's w ife
in the mansion alley, when Winder sud
denly appeared and struck him on the
head with a blunt instrument, knocking
The Forest heavy ordnance twelve
inch rille gun, designed for coast defense
and made in New S'ork, was fired for the
first time the other day at Sandy Hook
with satisfactory results. With 250
pounds of powder it hurled a '2,000
pound shot five miles. The gun will use
440 pounds of powder and throw a 2,000
pound shot twelve miles.
The census-otliee report shows the
United States to be the largest producer
of copper in the world, its product for
the year 1880 being 22(i,055,0(i2 pounds,
or 113,028 short tons. The total expend
itures involved in this production were
$12,002,180; total capital invested, $62,
023,228, and employes, 8,721. The five
leading States in the production of cop
per are: Montana, 98,222,441 pounds;
Michigan, 8,455,075 pounds; Arizona,
31,580,185 pounds; New Mexico, 3,080,
137 pounds; Colorado, 1,170,053 pounds.
Mix Miiku I" M Hi -he 1 1 of Hiik'iu la Our of
Hie Hi-Mi-, or I'm I..
Prince mid Princess Bismarck have
left J-riedricloTiilie for Schonhaiisen.
Secretary Foster grows so enthusiastic
when he sees g'iod baseball play that he
throws up his hut like any Isiy.
It is said that t he Priuee-'s Clemen
tine, the youngest daughter of the King
of the Belgians, w ill enter a nunnery.
Mrs. Dr. J. S. Ilollowavof Springfield,
O., has fallen heir to $,'(K) l,(H)0 left by
her uncle, Sir James Baxendale, an ling
Jay Gould turns the scales at 107
piiiuds, but he has often turned the
scales on Wall-street men of more than
twice hi weight.
President Lyon G.Tyler of William
and Mary College is engaged upon a po
litical history of Virginia, for which he
has accumulated avast amount of ma
M. Cabinet, the French portrait paint
er, s:iys that Miss Maggie M tcliell, the
daughter of the Oregon Senator, is one
of the most beautiful women ever seen
Andrew Lang is fall, thin and dark,
and has a htugh w ithout music. He has
also a Mark Twain draw 1, is near 47 years
of age and is one of the hardest workers
Miss Virginia Knox of Pittsburg, who
married the bogus Count di Montercole,
is going to try tier matrimonial luck
again this time with John P. McKen
zie, a Baltimore newspaper man.
General Greelv has been invited to at
tend a meeting of the International Po
lar Conference in Munich September 7.
The other eleven nations represented in
the co-operative observations of 1881-3
will lie represented.
Lord Stanley, the GoTernor-General of
Canada, is a jolly good fellow and a pop
ular and easy-going nobleman, enjoying
life to the utmost. He enters into Ca
nadian sports and pastimes with great
Vigor and heartiness.
Fix-Senator Inga! Is lias solved the ques
tion which every ImwIv is asking by con
senting to liceome one of a party which
is to make a tour through Southern Kn
rope and the Holy Land. The party is
to consist of twenty-live jiersons.
The World's Fair Commissioners are
meeting yith splendid welcome in Im
don. sir Cunlilte Owen, who has repre
sented England at every world's fair for
the last quarter of a century, tells them
his countrymen intend to make a great
.fames Gordon Bennett's recent gift of
$4,(KK) to the omnibus or stage drivers
during their late strike has made him
extremely popular with the French
working classes and led them to regard
him as a benefactor to whom they can
appeal in an emergency.
Count Iiolstein-1 loistcinhurg, Chief
Court Marshal of the King of Denmark,
w'hose recent marriage with a singer of
a dancing hall created such a sensation
in Copenhagen, has leen placed under
guardianship. The sportive Count, who
was successful in the spirited contest
among the nneime tlnree of Denmark Uir
the young woman's hand, enjoys the re
spectable age of 80 years.
It is believed that Alexander Dumas
will portray some gambling scenes from
Monte Carlo in his new comedy, as he
spent several weeks last winter at that
resort, closely observing the play, but
never staking even a sou. Dumas has
persuaded M. Febvre of the Comedie
Francaise to withdraw his resignation
and remain another year in order to cre
ate the principal role for this comedy.
CRIME AND CRIMINALS.
Convicts Working on the Yuma I. ever
Atleiniil to Escape.
John Kppest, manager for the Western
Union at Sull'olk, Va., has been assassi
nated. The 'atal shot was fired from a
cluster of bushes.
Convicts working on the Yuma (A. T.)
levee attempted to escape, and one of
them, Francisco Ixipez, a Mexican, was
shot in the back by a guard.
The sum of $75,000 is missing from
the express office at Kounze, Tex., a big
saw-mill center. Ollicials are making an
investigation, but are very reticent.
Thomas Burke, a San Francisco ex
pressman, formerly a fireman on one of
the Nanaimo colliers, has been raught
smuggling. Opium valued at $3,500 was
found in his possession.
An attempt was made at Hazelton.Pa.,
to lynch Uuiseppe de Cornali, accused of
the murder of Katie Gorgano. An Ital
ian society asked the Sheriff to deliver
the murderer over to it.
George Crotts, a well-known business
man of Defiance, O., was shot dead by
Harry Willey, a real-estate agent. It is
said the murder was the outcome of a
trial over a lawsuit.
Captain Joseph A. Thompson of the
ship K. F. Chapman, which left San
Francisco in January for Liverpool, was
arrested in New York for cruelty to his
crew on the high seas.
A sensation has been caused in Berlin,
Germany, by the discovery cf forgeries
on the Detsehe bank to a large amount.
The forger, who is one of the clerks of
the bank, has escaped. The loss is $205,
000. The Bureau of American Republics is
informed that an association called the
American Colored Men's Mexican Colo
nization Company is preparing to estab
lished a colony of negro farmers, coming
chiefly from Mississippi and Tennessee,
in the State of Sonora, Mexico.
During a trial at Findlav, O., it was
brought out in evidence that Peter S.
Williams, widely known throughout
Northwestern Ohio as a big lumber
dealer, was leading a dual life, and that
he was keeping up two establishments
one in Findlay and the other in Fostoria,
only fifteen miles away.
Prof. Koch Resigns All
RUSSIA PURCHASING CORN.
Cannibalism in the Free Congo State
Leads to an Expedition Against
The Imperial Bank of Melliourne has
Kuieror William will return to Berlin
Duties on petroleum and ice in Argen
tina have been reduced.
The French squadron was enthusiastic
ally welcomed at Cronstadt.
The educational hill ha passed the
third reading in the British House of
The proposal to construct a canal from
the Tyne to the Solway, with a depth of
fifteen feet, is again revived.
The Czar of Russia will celebrate his
silver wedding next November in a mod
est fashion near Copenhagen.
There is talk in Paris of an elevated
railway, but the project does not find
favor with the press of the city.
By the will of the late Peter Carmi
chael the Established Church of Scot
land is to receive no less than 100,000.
Models of the Lloyd steamships are
features of the nrfutical part of the Ger
man F'xhihition now open in London.
A lively agitation is going on at Co
logne for the pnrjiose of making the
Rhine below the city navigable for ships
of the largest size.
A ship canal is proposed to connect
Venice with the Gulf of Spezza. It
would be 170 miles long, 240 feet broad
and cost 52,000,000.
The area flooded in Moravia and Si
lesia has increased. 1m the Tyrolese
Alps avalanches have fallen into the val
leys and caused great damage.
The gas companies of Paris have in
the last ten years paid over $40,000.00 )
into the city treasury for the privilege of
supp'ying g o the city at co6t.
Agents ..lr. Parnell, so it is ru
mored, frn.e been buying up Mrs.
O'Shea's picture as exposed for sale in
IxHidon shops ami endeavoring to ar
range to stop it.
The Labor F'xposition soon to open to
the public at Paris will be very interest
ing to visitors. The history" of trades
and manufacturers from the "fourteenth
century will be a feature.
The total population of France is 38,
005,150. This is an increase since the
last census of 208,584, and this is entire
ly in the urban population, the rural
population having decreased.
Prof. Koch has resigned all public of
fices held by him in Germany. This
step is associated with his supposed dis
appointment over the unsatisfactory re
sults of his discovery of "tuberculin."
Visitors in sufficient numbers to make
the Eiffel tower in Paris pay once more
are reported. The greaUst crowds are
on Sunday, when all the elevators are
run, whereas only one is operated on
Queen Victoria has conferred upon
Earl Cadogan the title of Knight Com
mander of the Order of the Garter, thus
tilling the vacancy in the order caused
by the death of Earl Granville.
A boy delivering bread at Berlin en
tered a" yard where there were two blood
hounds loose, and before the people of
the house could reach the boy the beasts
had literally torn him to pieces.
Russia has made large purchases of
corn, and the government is storing
large quantities ot grain supplies. The
rise in the price of cereals in Germany
is partly due to Russian buyings.
English shipping papers are agitating
for the formation of a volunteer naval
cadet corps to be recruited .chiefly from
fishermen and tisherboys as a volunteer
naval reserve and a feeder to the active
The Berlin Xational Zeiliutg announces
that a genuine brotherhood of French
men and Russians is unattainable, hold
ing that Russia is uncivilized and France
has " few points of sympathy with bar
The Vatican is absolutely decided in
spite of the threats and persuasious of
the monarchists to continue in F' ranee
t he policy of adhesion to the Republic
in order to restore that country to union
and to religious and political pacifica
tion. Cannibalism among the natives in the
FYee Congo State has led to an expedi
tion against the offenders in which num
bers of the natives were killed. The
Bhkumas at Stanley Falls are reported
to be returning to human sacrifices and
In the British House of Commons Sir
James F'erguson said that the govern
ment had reason to believe that satis
factory arrangements would shortly be
made with the United States in the "mat
ter of arbitration in the Behring Sea
It is officially announced at St. Peters
burg that Captain Schmidt of the Rus
sian navy, who was reported as having
lieen executed secretly last April for sell
ing the plans of the Cronstadt fortifica
tions, has just been sentenced to banish
ishment to Siberia. It was proved in
his examination that he fell into the
hands of usurers and was induced by
them to sell his plans to a man who be
A Iti-MuiiiM of llir Condition of It 11 f-ri-reiit
Trade has been unusually brisk. In
the line of fruits large receipts and
equally large shipments were the rule.
In the pnsluce market receipts were
only fairly literal. The grocers did a
heavy trade, and jobljers in other lines
re Kir t business good. The market is
well supplied with every variety of sum
mer fruit, and the quantity of tropical
fruit on hand is large enough to supply
the demand. Melons are plentiful and
cheap. The quality is good, and the de
mand is consequently heavy. A large
stock of plums is being carried, and the
fruit is a drug on the market. Peaches
are not so plentiful as they have been,
Blackberries are in good supply, and the
demand is strong. Vegetables are in
Hulhcient quantity to satisfy the demand.
Sweet xjtatoes are becoming more plen
tiful. Receipts of eggs do not increase.
Poultry receipts are fair, and the same
may lie said of butter. There is but lit
tle doing in oats. The staple gnx'ery
trade is generally steady. Coffee is firm.
Rice is tinner, and an advance is looked
rrixluc, l-'nill. t'.tr.
Wiikat Valley, $1.42'.. ; Walla Walla,
H.OI K Standard, $4.85; Walla Walla,
$4.00 per barrel.
Oats Old. 50S52J..'c: new. 43(45 per
Hay $1-Val6 per ton.
Miixsri Ki-s Bran, $22(323; shorts,
nominal, $25f2G; ground barley, $ 0(
AZ; chop feed, 2oii'M per ton; harley,
$1.2'ifif 1 25 per cental.
HirrKK Oregon fancy creamery.
30c; fancy dairy, 27 (c; fair to good, 22 lj
; common, lo'S'w ; California, 222
(a 24c per pound.
Ciikksk Oregon, 1212c; Califor
nia, 12c per pound.
FHis Oregon, 18(S20c per dozen.
PocLTKY old chickens, $o.00(i 6.50 ;
voting chickens, $2.50(4.00; ducks, $4((?
0; geese, nominal, $8 per dozen ; turkeys,
loc per pound.
Vkgktabi.ks Cabbage, $1.50 per
cental; cauliflower, $i 2- per dozen;
Onions, ll4'c per pound ; beets, $1.50 per
sack ; turnips, $1.00 per sack ; new pota
toes, 70((t75e per cental ; tomatoes, 90c(
$1 per box; lettuce, 12'iC per dozen;
green peas, 3(4c per pound; string
beans, 3( 4c per pound ; rhubarb, 4c per
pound ; artichokes, 40c per dozen ; cu
cunihers, $1 per box; carrots, $1 per
sack ; corn, 25c per dozen ; sweet pota
toes, 4-'i4l...c per pound.
Fkiits Riverside oranges, $2.50 (23.50;
Sicily lemon8,$7(t 7.50 ; California, $4.50
5 per box; apples, $1.25 per box; ba
nanas, $3.50((4 a bunch; pineapples, $5
(j 6 per dozen ; cherries, $1.2-5 per box;
currants, tic per pound ; apricots, $1 per
box; raspberries, $7ff9c per pound;
peaches, Alexander, ti5(95c per box;
California Crawfords, $1.25; blackber
ries, 6c per pound; plums, 25(5 70c per
box: watermelons. (2.50(3 5 Der dozen:
cantaloupes, $1.75i2.25 per dozen, $2.50
(3.00 per crate ; grapes, 50c per box ;
pears, $2 per box.
Ni Te California walnuts, lDc ;
hickory, 8l-sc; Brazils, 10(illc; al
monds, ltitfHSc; filberts, 13(ffl4c; pine
nuts, 17(18c; pecans, 17(2 18c; cocoa
nuts, 8c; hazel, 8c; peanuts, 8c per
Coffee Coata Rica, 21lc; Rio, 23c;
Mocha, 30c; Java, 25L2c; Arbuckle's,
100-pound cases, 2t)l4c per pound.
crranulnted. 5?e ; enlx crushed and now.
dered,o?4c; confectioners' A, 54c per
Beans Small white, 334c ; pink, 3
(idl,,c: bavos. 43c: butter. 4l..c: limas.
434(ii5c per pound.
honey I8(g LUc per pound.
Salt Liverooof ill! 1l5 iilliiMT stielr
. L j - - , , " . - , WVVV ,
$11( 12 per ton in carload lots.
Canned Goods Table fruits, $1.65,
2L.,s: neaches. 12.00: Rart.lpf.t-. npars
$1.85 ; plums,$1.37'9 ; straw-erries,$2.25 ;
cherries, $2.50(? 2.00 ; blackberries, $1.90 ;
raspberries, $2.40; pineapples, $2.50(23;
apricots, 75c. Vegetables: Corn, $1.35
1.65, according to quality; tomatoes,
i.iw.ad.zo; sugar peas, $i.L'd; string
beans. $1.10 per dozen. Pip. fruit. : As.
sorted, $1.50; peaches, $1.65; plums,
$1.25; blackberries, $1.65 per dozen.
F'ish : Sardines, 8oc(n.05 ; lobsters, $2.30
(nd.Du; oysters, $i.ouoto.&) per dozen.
Salmon, standard n. 1 1 flsrai .Ml lie
case; No. 2, $2.55. Condensed milk:
.agie Drana, fsau; crown, $7; lligti-
lana, o.io; unampion. 0; Monroe.
$6.75 per case.
Syki p Eastern, in barrels, 4755c;
half-barrels, 50(.58c; in cases, 5580c
ner cal Ion : i2. 'Ai?i 50 npr l-eo- Pali.
fornia, in barrels, 30c per gallon ; $1.75
ukied Jri'its Italian prunes, lO.'afo!
12c: Petite and German IcV ntr nnnml
raisins, $1.75(r2.25 per box; plummer
urieapears, it)((iuc; sun-dried and lac
tory plums, ll(a;12c ; evaporated peaches,
18(a20c: Smvrna ties. 20c: California.
figs, 9c per pound.
Kice $o.25 per cental.
The Meat Market.
Beef Live, 3c; dressed, 56c.
Mutton Live, sheared. 3(o)3Vc:
Hogs Live, 0c ; dressed, 89c.
Smoked Meats Eastern ham, 2
13c; Oregon, 10lirtM2S.c; breakfast ba
con, I213c; other varieties, 8llc per
Lard 9ll?4c per pound.
Hides, AVool and Hop.
Hides Dry hides, selected prime, 8,t
(ff9c; K less for culls; green, selected.
over 55 pounds, 4c ; under 55 pounds, 3c ;
sheep pelts, short wool, 3050c; me
dium, 6080c; long, 90c$1.25; shear
lings, l'JC(i20c; tallow, good to choice, i
3c per pound.
Wool Willamette Valley, 1719c;
Eastern Oregon, 1016oC per pound,
according to conditions and shrinkage.
Hoes nominal; 20c per pound.