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he Hood River Glacier.
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Real Instate Broker,
Fire, Life and Accldrnl Inmiranaa.
Money Loaned oil Real Estate Security
tim. i., fr.iirh A Co Hank lliillillng,
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, Grant Evans, Propr.
Pwon.I Ml., nrur Oak. . Moid River, Or.
Slmvlng mill II, iir rutting nratly iluii.
,Sat infiii turn I iuuiunti'cil.
Cocopahs Seeking Work
A RIOT BREWING AT GALLUP.
Southern Paciflo Doclinos to Accept
the Roduood Froight Rata
of the Commission.
An ix(crt in the Davis will case nt
Butte, Mont., holds tlnit lint will in of
Tli nil inn Hinl canning of Fuget
Sound herring is It'coming an industry
of Bonn importance.
A company to construct it single rail
Bint saddle-trnek railway system linn
lieen incorporated in Oregon.
The creditors of the big cable company
ot i,oh Angeles arecrowuing it A suit lor :
Imcc Insure on tln second mortgage IniH I
juHt hcen entered
1'ortland ia tiioroiiK'hly diHcuHain the
proH)Hition to overcome the IVumhin
river ohHtructioiiH hy a portane road
around them at The Pa I lew.
There in troulile threatened at the ( Jul
lup tN. M.) eoal luinea. A proMjHtd at
tenipt to put in colored workers, it ia
thought, will pro luce a riot.
The Southern l'ncillc Company will
not accept the reduced freight rate fixed
hy the Oregon Railway CommiHHion, and
a teat cnau will prohably he taken into
The Bear Valley Company has com
menced its work in San 'Bernardino
county, Cal., of Imilding a new and ex
jwnaive dam. Two years' time will he
required to linish the work.
Arteaian water has been struck near
North Yakima, Wash., at a depth of 400
feet, and the tlow increiiHt'H us the bore
goes down. The large body of arid land
in that section h8ConHeiueii,lly aBHiuned
valuable importance. . .
Indian Agent Cole has completed the
work of enrolling the Cuuir d'Alene In
dians entitled to a share in the distribu
tion of $50.,(HK) paid liy'Hio government
for the lands recently ceded. It is, found
that 42ti Indians are entitled to- n share
of this money, and that each will receive
$1,101). Many of the Indians are already
well to do.
Considerable stir is being caused in
Wahkiakum county, Wash., over the re
cent demand of the government for an
additional payment of $1.25 per acre for
patented land within the con linen of the
Northern Pacific land grant. The gov
ernment now holds that the lands in
question were double minimum lands,
and that the price should have been
$2.50 per acre to purchasers.
The case of the Oregonian Railway
Company (limited) against the Oregon
Kailway and Navigation Company, which
has been before the courts for several
years, has been finally settled at Port
land in the United States Circuit Court
by the entry of an order made by Judge
)"eady approving the report of Master in
Chancery Durham as to the receiver's
accounts and discharging the receiver,
C. N. Scott.
The litigation over the infected (r
ange trees imported from Tahiti and now
at San Pedro, Cal., is likely to be inter
esting. Alvin R. Meserve, who owns
the shipment, has filed a complaint in
the township court charging (i. J . Mitch
ell, Secretary of the Board of Horticult
ure Commissioners, with having com
mitted the crime of perjury in swearing
to the affidavit upon which the injunc
tion was issued.
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THE NATIONAL CAPITAL.
All A l.rlil jfini'iit iif Vroa 'iill-tiil
Governor Toole of Molilalia Iiiii in
formed tin' acting Secretary of Wiir Unit
in compliance with n ii'titinii of tin1 ehi
i'Iim of Custer rounly tin- rnviilrv il
tiii'hiiii'iit at 'l'i ni'in river In ordered
from lis camp thi'ii to tin' I j i' 1 1 it n agency
on nun nvcr. in tnc niuiou 01 mili
tary commandem t his force w ill he xtif
III lent to gllilld the interests of lioth In
diaiiH nnl settlers.
Acting Keeri'liirv Neltletnit Iuih
tiigned an ordei tl in i'n hi tiir with the
services of M'H. Catherine McGuire, an
ii-MMHiit keeper olllie light station nt
Marquette, Mieh, A singular feature of
this case Is that the wniitan'H dismissal
In IniMeil on complaints made hv her hut
band, who in keeper of the station, lie
c hinged her w ith ilillt lent ion to duty. Ill
repotting on tint case the niHiiector of
tin iliMtrict suggests t lint the apMihl
luent of H I i ii 1 1 iih HHHiHtiint keeper would
Is- IhhI for tin' intereHtH of the Merviec.
Information him hern received nt
Washington of h very itn iKirtnnt change
Hindi' in the Mexican ( 'unloui-hoiise reg
Illations. I'nder the old system allg'MMbi
imported were subject to two examina
tions- on-' at the imrt of entry and an
other in the CiiHtom-hoilHC when' the
I'mhIh were delivered. P.y the ru'e jiihI
adopted the hint iiiHpectioii in dispclim-d
with, th( goods thoroughly examined
Hhiii their entrance into the coiiutrv,
nt to their destinations w ith due pre-
inttloiiH and delivered to eoimigticcH
upon pri'Hentatioii of proper document.
Stat iMt iciii it DMlge of tin- llepartment
of Agriculture mhvn : " Tin' year prom
Ihcm to lie one of abundance in hIiiiohI ali
linen of agricultural production. I're
liiiiinnry retnriiH of arreutfe uuele the
wheat area alnint 40,(iiKI,ihKl acreH. (In
that ha-IH the croii hIioiiIiI Hot fall U'low
rc'.'i.tMM.iKHI hiiMhelH. OatMare the leant
proiniMinj; ! anv cerealH. Acremie in
rye ih little changed, hut the Autrnat
condition in heller, proniifintr a larger
crop. I'.arley acreage in apparently the
lari'Mt ever Heeti, and the prenent condi
tion wai rantH that the crop w ill Im coii
Hiderahlv nliovi' the average."
For Home time Sir Julian I'auncefiitc
Iuih Ix en anxiously endenvoriiit; to ar
range a luiHit nf ni'v-'i'liatiiiii with Itlaiue
with renpect to reciprocal trade hetween
Ciiiiada and the I'nited StateH, hut with
iudiU'erent HiicccHH. I'remier Ahhott
Hent a Mceret coiimiir.Hioii a few weekn
110 to make an cH'ort to chIhIiUhIi an m
tenle etxdinlf. Thin audit w lien at Wanli
iiiKton Huhmitted Sir Julian I'aunce
foteV metiioraiiduin to the elled that
the prcHcut iHiminion Kovernnient whh
willing to have a reciprocity trade with
niicIi articlcH an are not hnirti'i into
I'anada in laryeipiantilicH from I'iiuIhikI .
Sir Julian now fcclw in a ponition to oiler
the t'nited Statcn reciprocity in coal,
train, uieutM, cattle and live Mock,
leather of all kin In, nhiKNware, agricult
ural impleiuentH, (lour and meal, paper
iiianulactureM, keroHene oil, earn, car
riages, t ih It , nietal kimmIn, fertili.ciH,
earthen and china ware and a mimherof
other iinHirtant nrticlca.
KlOIll OpIillnttinlH I'revnll In Souir
Neetloiia of l.i'ruiMiiy.
Verdi, the composer, will endow with
Kl) ,,,, i.oHi.ital nt. Milan f..r mmr mil
M , M, ,..:,..,. 1
The (iermau government will ental)
lish a telegraph system on the (iermau
Kant A'rican coast.
Sir Julian Pnumvfote, British Minis
ter, thinks the Chinese situation more
serious than reported.
Belgium consumes nearly -1,000,001)
cartridges and forty tons of powder a
year in testing firearms.
The crofters of Skye in the Scottish
Highlands do not take kindly to the idea
of emigrating to Canada or America.
In Paris a panorama representing the
full of Yorktown is U'ing painted for ex
hibition at the World's Fair at Chicago.
Egyptian ophthalmia has prostrated
half the children and many adjilts in
Arbcrgen, Mahndorf and Heinelingen in
The (iertnan autumn military maneu
vers will be postponed on account of the
condition of the Kmperor, who cannot
mount a horse.
A. Stanley Williams of Sussex, Eng
land, has just discovered three delicate
hut distinct markings in the equatorial
region of Saturn.
Braxilkn capitalists have secured the
services of several experts from Pitts
burg, who will bore wells in the hope of
obtaining oil or gas.
A movement is on foot in Norway for
the raising of funds to provide visits to
the country during the summer fgr poor
ami hard-worked women.
M. HenVi Leeomte, the Director of the
Meteorological School of Aerostation at
Paris, proposes to endeavor to cross Af
rica by balloon, starting from Mozam
bique. The German government proposes to
prohibit clergymen taking fees for bap
tisms or marriages. The government
has set aside $0,01)0,000 to pay the
The movement in favor of Roman in
stead of Gothic type is rapidly gaining
ground in Germany. Many medical and
scientific periodicals are printed in Ro
According to recent Russian advices
from Ki st Siberia the Russian sealers
have already captured a considerable
quantitvof skins in the waters controlled
by the Russian government, and there
is no apparent, cessation of their opera
tions. The Grand Duke Alexis, angry at the
fuss made over him in France, asked
Ribot to stop the demonstrations at
Vichy. Ribot was unable to do so, but
had a telegram posted asking the people
to strictly respect the Grand Duke's incognito.
Mexico Will Make a Big
Exhibit at Chicago.
1,000,000 NEW VOTERS IN 1892
Arizona Will Ask to Bo Admitted Into
the Union as a State at Next
Session of Congress.
Chini-Hc immigration is U'ing solicited
Alligators have appeared in the Mis
Mexico will have a I2.000.(XK) exhibit
at the World's l air.
There will In-t iiihtv-live billlaloeN in
the World's Fair zoo."
KniiHiiH papers speak of the corn i ron
as practically assured.
I'here are to Ih- KH7 nollimr nlaces in
New York city thin year.
The agricultural buildim for the
World's Fair will cot .s(xi.mki.
A million young men will cast their
tirst ,-ote for President next vear.
At the next session of Congress Ari
zona will ask for adminHioii as a State.
Complete cetimm returns iive Iowa a
population of l,ti,.Hsi, a gain of 2H7.2HI
The irrepressible Gi-orge Francis Train
proH)seH a tour around the world in forty
iiivh oy u party 01 i.oou persons.
Connellsville, Pa., will dron natural
gas and use coal for fuel. The gas is
nearly all exhausted, and rates are high.
It is rciMirtcd that !H I acres of land in
Cape May county, Md., have been pur-
IiiihccI on which to coloni.e Russian
A German doctor, advertising in New
York an "Institution of Furopean Stall'
Physicians," has U-en prosecuted for
Senator Warren thinks the I'nited
S'atcs should cede the arid lands under
proH'r restrictions to the States and Ter
ritories. Belli w is furious aliout the rctort of
his alleged marriage to Mrs. Potter, lie
say shy cleared $li,0,X' on her Austral
Ah advance of 15 cvnti per ton on au
thracite coal has ls-en ordered from Sep
ti'inlier 1 at New York hv the produciru
There are more Uiatt now running on
the .Missouri river than at any time dur
ing the last ten years, anil every one of
them is making money.
More than :!,(KK) clerks, salespeople,
teamsters, portefs, janitors and other
wage earners are out of work liecause of
the recent big tire in Chicago.
The drought in the Low er Rio Grande
has put all the ranchmen in debt, and
the great scarcity of money is causing
the sacrifice of cattle and sheep.
Charles S. Wolfe, who was elected
Executive Commissioner of the World's
l air hy the Pennsylvania State Commis
sioners, dropped dead within an hour
and a half after his election from heart
The new chinch-hug remedy by inocu
lation discovered in Kansas" has been
tried with apparent success in Wisconsin,
some of the imported infected insects
causing the deatit of millions of the bugs
in a w heat field.
One of the little bands of Russian He
brew refugees sent out from New York
to homes in the country by the trustees
of the Baron Hirsch fund complain that
they are starving and have lieen swin
dled and abused.
The employes of the Union Pacific
having entered into a contract previous
to the passage of the eight-hour law in
Nebraska and the contract still being in
force, they are not taking part in the
struggle to enforce the law.
There has been a great deal of exag
geration regarding the dismissal of vet
erans from the New York Customs
house. Out of eighty-three employes
dismissed only sixteen were veterans,
and of these three have already been re
instated. PoHtolliee Inspector Stuart at Chicago
is in receipt of many letters which show
that the National Capital Savings, Build
ing and Loan Association was even a
greater swindle than at lirst supposed.
Victims are being heard from all over
Owen Murphy, a former Tatnmanv of
ficial, who stole 50,001) of the funds of
New York city and tied to Canada in
1877, turns up as one of the principals
in the corrupt dealings that have been
brought to light by a legislative commit
tee at Ottawa.
Amos Howard Fiske of South Fram
ingham, Mass., has been appointed chief
engineer of the Leland Stanford, Jr.,
University. Otto Willweber, late man
ager of the Southern Pacific restaurant
at Sacramento, has been appointed stew
ard of the boarding hall of the univer
sity. The State Park Commissioner of Min
nesota in a report to Governor Merriam
shows conclusively that the" true source
of the Mississippi river is in the great
reservoir nine miles above Lake Itasca,
making the longest surface channel of
the Mississippi river from the Gulf of
Mexico to the extreme limit of this res
ervoir 2,555.25 miles. The first surface
tlow in this great reservoir is a tiny
brook connecting with Whipple Lake, to
Floating Moss Lake, thence to Nicollet
Upper Lake, while 320 feet west the
channel again appears in a continuous
surface Ho wage to Itasca Lake.
IIh roii hriiii lli-llnl-. AIhmiI Hh,wIiik
Ilia IS lie 1x11111111 Hi Hie Uiirlil' ?Hlr,
The King of Sweden is a great swim
mer, and wears gitntH de Suede in sw im
ming to keep his hands from tanning.
Sara Bel ii liitr.lt has promised to roll
tribute a painting to the women's gallery
of pictures at the Chicago Kxposition.
Austin Dohson, the met, is likely to
visit the I'nited Slates next autumn and
give a series of readings from his own
Carl Streitmaiifi, who now seems to 1
the king tenor of the romie-operu stage,
is a Viennese, whose family fortune was
lost hv a hank failure.
((Hirer Rollings of Philadelphia is said
to Ih the largest iioliceumn in the United
States. He is i; fi-et H inches in height,
and weighs It-I'l pounds.
Ingalls receives $-VM) for each of his
lectures. Financially, at least, he finds
it more profitable to lecture the people
than Ui scold the Senate.
Kate Field, who has made Washington
her home for the last eighteen months.
calls Inith New York citv and Boston
" idiotically Anglomaiiiacal."
Fran Wagner will probably be invited
by certain people in Milwaukee to hold
a musical festival in that city in lM!:i as
an annex to the World's F'air. j
J. Lamb Doty, I'nited States Consul
at Tahiti, is the youngest Consul in the ;
service of the United States, lie was !
only 20 years old w hen appointed. I
Baron Krupp is hesitating about ex- '
miming some oi nis great cannon at the
orii h I-at r tint there will he nlentvof
big gunson hand there, notwithstanding.
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The Marquis of Lome is said to cher
ish a secret passion for cock-lighting,
lie is never so happy as when a groom
gets up a rattling set-to for him in a sta
Jules Simon, the celebrated French
economist, detests tobacco, and savsthat
he is an inveterate enemy of alcohol.
JiiIch appears to be quite a simple Simon
in his habits.
I'M i sou is now at work on an electric
motor to replace the ordinary locomotive.
It is desii-n.-d to take up electricity from
a central rail and to develop at least
Chauncey M. Depew is in Athens en
joying himself in p-cing the sights. He
says it is all stull' alxiut Demosthenes
having practiced after-dinner oratory
w it Ii ids mouth full of classic pebbles.
Ex-Senator Ingalls tells a Chicago re
reporter that he is really and truly out
of politics and is not even watching the
course of event". Heisquiie absorbed
in agriculture interspersed with lectur
ing. Mrs. IjiiiL'try owed some of her popu
larity as well as one of her soubriquets
to the late Frank Miles, the London art
ist. When he was in Jersey he painted
her twirtrait, and named it " The Jersey
Dr. Frederick M. Fling of Biddeford,
Me., has been elected Professor of Eng
lish History in the University of Ne
braska in place of Prof. Howard, who
has gone to the Leland Stanford, Jr.,
It isn't often that two metnliersof one
family are Governors of two States at
the same time, but it seems to be the
case in West Virginia and F'lorida, in
each of which States the Governor's
name is Fleming.
The Queen of the Sandwich Inlands in
her passion for music has organized a
band of trumpeters. There are a few
street hands and piano organs in this
section of the world that she is welcome
to if she wants them.
A Church of lngland clergyman was
recently asked why he engaged in out
side work. "To increase my starving,"
was the odd reply, which be explained
by saying that he called an income of
05 ($475) a year a "starving" rather
than a " living."
A very fine portrait of Henrv Clav is
on view at 40 Pall Mall, London. It was
painted in 1850 bv David A. Woodward
of Washington for Dr. Chapin of Balti
more, Clay's medical attendant. The
portrait is said bv those who knew Mr.
Clav to be an excellent likeness.
Jesse I). Grant, the youngest son of
General Grant, who has recently been
living quietlv in California on a large
fruit ranch and farm, has been given
control, with a large contingent interest,
m a group ot silver mines in Mexico,
from which over frl, 000,000 have been
taken in five vears.
CRIME AND CRIMINALS.
One Man Kills Another Iteranse He I'er-
HlM-uted IHh liiiiKlitpr.
Edward Lambert, Jr., bookkeeper of
of the San Juan Smelting and Mining
Company and Mayor of Durango, Col.,
is a deiauiter in the sum ot $110,000.
Antonia Carasci, a notorious bandit
chieftain near San Antonio, Tex., has
just killed his ninth man, a Deputy
Sheriff, who attempted to arrest him.
Dr. J. E. Clements, who was arrested
in Memphis, Tenn., charged with chlo
roforming and robbing Colonel Dudley
Fraacr, has been discharged, Frazer hav
ing failed to identify him.
John G. Howell, who killed Robert S.
Colvin, the young stenographer, for the
alleged persecution of Howell's daugh
ter, was held to answer tbe charge of
murder without hail at Oakland, Cal.
Thomas Gillespie, who was mixed up
in the row which resulted in tbe killing
of Sailor Brown of the cruiser Charles
ton at. San Diego several weeks ago, has
been held to answer before the Superior
Court, lie is out on bail.
John Zwald, who a few months ago
confessed to the authorities at Sacra
mento that he had murdered two wives
in the F.ast and was locked up in the
county jail, has been released, the East
ern authorities having taken no action
in the matter.
The Hyppolite Cabinet
in Hayti Resigns.
LABOR MARKET IN ENGLAND.
Munich to Be Lighted by Electricity
Alexis Angry at the Fuss
Made Over Him.
Russia meditates an increase of duties
on importations of iruit.
It is believed in Berlin that the Rus
sian rye ukase will he rescinded in Octo
ber, The forest fires at Ton Ion, France, have
bet-n extinguished. The damage w ill be
The tower to lie built near London will
U; only sixteen feet higher than the Eif
fel tower of Paris.
The present plans of the Japanese
government will double the navy of that
country within six years.
The Eastliourne (England) authorities
will not permit the Salvation Armv on
the streets Sundav with its brass bands
v ,.t i ,
ii niraiin in i m it i j 1 1 ii i it' in n'u uTiura
lropped in a letter x in Paris reach
nerun onen w ithin thirty-tive minutes.
The European powers have dennndeil
that China take immediate steps for the
protection of the lives and property of
China has just coined a silver dollar,
which w ill lie accepted in trade in place
of the Mexican and Japanese coins here
The Jalf'a-Jcrusalein railroad is about
half finished, and tourists will be able
to travel to Jerusalem from the coast by
It is denied that Countess Caithness
has I wen elected "successor to Mine.
Blavatsky" as the head of the Theo
Mrs. John W.Mackay has inaugurated
a series of river parties on the Thames
during the summer months. They have
been very successful.
The city of Munich is to be lighted bv
electricity, the power to be furnished bv
the river Iser. Nearly six miles of street's
are to be illuminated.
lea-growing is Incoming one of the
leading industries of Fiji, and ii is antic
ipated that a large tratlic in the article
w ill soon Ih developed.
The metric system for England is fa
vored by the Geographical Congress;
also the compilation of a geographical
In a survey of the business situation
in European journals they tind no pros
pect of immediate betterment anyw here
except in uie i imetl Mates.
The lalior market in England is in a
disturlied condition. The demand has
fallen olf in the ship-building, engineer
ing and iron and steel trades.
Rome now sits upon her seven hills
with what is positively a broad grin.
King Humliert says with emphasis that
she is to be Italy's capital forever.
The French wheat crop is estimated at
1)0,000.1100 hectoliters, a deficit of ;!2,000,
000. The customs tax on wheat will
therefore he suspended for one year.
Another scientific observer publishes
a pamphlet to show that the European
jaw is narrowing through the lesser se
verity of its lalxirs that accompanies
An epidemic of malignant malaria is
alllicting the inhabitants of Glogau,
Neisse, Loevven, Kasel and parts of B'res
lau, and is supposed to have been caused
by the recent flooding.
The members of the Cabinet of Hyp
polite in Hayti have resigned. They felt
themselves "insuhed by the National
Chamber refusing to grant a telegraph
concession that they had indorsed.
The German method of dealing with
Turkish brigandage is complete. The
brigand is paid all he demands, and
then Berlin draws on Constantinople at
sight for the bill.
Lord Donoughniore recognizes the
malady of which St. Kilda children die
as one well known on the west coast of
South America, where medical skill has
been totally unable to grapple' with it.
The India press is greatlv worked un
over the execution of tbe two principals
in me mainour massacre ov the English
government, and are endeavoring to es-
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muiiBu a sentiment untavorante to the
The Manchester ship canal, which is
to make that city a seaport, was expected
to have been completed in August of
next year, but the contractors have asked
for an extension until the close of 1803.
In the Salisbury-O'Brien case an agree
ment has been signed by which O'Brien
promises to pay his debt", with the costs,
into court on Salisbury's undertaking to
facilitate an appeal to'the British House
There will be 70,000 troops engaged in
the Austrian maneuvers, which begin
shortly. Smokeless powder will be used
exclusively, this being the most exten
sive test yet made of the etliciency of
The articles of George Kennan on
Russia have been translated into the
French, Danish, Dutch and Greek lan
guages, and have stirred public opinion
in Fhirope more than any other writings
which have appeared.
The London Xeirs says: It is not
many years since Europe'was practically
independent of American supplies. This
season it is clear that without America's
help Europe would be on the verge of
starvation before the next harvest.
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Fruit dealers have their stocks pretty
well cleaned up. Receipts are light. A
few watermelons have arrived. Very
few peaches have been received. Pears,
apple and plums were quite plentiful
and met with good sale. Tomatoes are
about the only fruit that can lie called
in god supply. The st-ck is of fair
quality, but is not in good demand. The
market for country produce is weaker.
Receipts of poultry' were large. Butter
is coming in freely, txth Oregon and
Ea"tern, and dealers do not expect to
maintain present prices any length of
time. Ttie egg market is by no means
overstocked. In other lines a g'xxl trade
Cable. rejort carg'?s verv strong, ow
ing to wet weather in England and on
the continent, and quotations have ad
v tired from ti l to Is per quar.er, Walla
V, aiU prompt "hipment ling quoted at
41s !id;y There is a firm tone to the
Liveriool market and considerable ac
tivity on a oaisof Oh Ud ht cental for
No. 1 California. Trading in futures wag
fairly brisk, and closing prices showed a
gam over the previous day, ranging from
Proiliir, Fruit, t'.tr.
Wfbat Valley, $1.51m1.57; Walla
Walla, $1.45 "1.5') ner cental.
Fun u Standard, $5.(.0; Walla Walla,
$4.'0 per barrel.
(Jits Old, 45m5ik-; new, 42,c per
H v $12 14 per ton.
Mii.iii kks Bran, $2223; shorts,
nominal, 25 i20; ground bailey, $ 0n$
f!2; chop feed, 22"' 2fS per ton ;' barley,
$1.2 25 percental.
Bi'ttkk Oregon fancy creamery, 30'i
f!2 ;C; fancy dairy, 27'gc; fair to good,
25c; common, 1-Vai.Oc; California, 22lg
in 24c per pound.
Ciikksk Oregon, 2gtV2xic; Califor
nia, Uc per pound.
Eoos Oregon, iOc per dozen.
Pou.tky old chickens, $5.0005.50;
young chickens, 2.5 ti4.li0; ducks, $4uJ
ii; gi-ese, nominal, fti per dozen ; tui keys,
15c per pound.
Ykof.tables Cabbage, $1.50 per
cental; cauliflower, $lr 1 25 per dozen;
Onions, ll4'c per pound ; beets, $1.25 per
sack ; tum ps, $1.00 per sack ; new pota
toes, OO'.a 05c per cental ; tomatoes, 75e(i$
tk)c per liox; lettuce, 12'L,c per dozen;
green peas, 3(4c per xmnd; string
beans. 2u:?c per pound; rhubarb, 3c per
pound ; cucumlters, 10c per dozen; car
rots, $1 fit 1.25 per sack; corn, 10c per
dozen; sweet potatoes, 2i'a3c per
Fui'iTs Sicily lemons, $7(8; Califor
nia, $.V(0 per Itox; apples, 75c(u $1."'5 per
box ; banana", $3 iUtn 4 a bunch ; pineap
ples, $5(7 per dozen; apricots, $.c$l
per Itox ; peaches, t5' 90c per box ; blaek
lerrie8,Gi't7c per pound; plums, 25t0c
per box; watermelons, $l.n()i2.5J per
dozen ; cantaloupes, $1.5(V 1.75perdozen,
$2 per crate; grapes, Sweetwater, 75c(a;$l
per liox, $1.00:21 10 per crate; muscat
and black, $1.25 I er crate; pears, $1. 25;
Rartlett. l'tl.25 per box; nectarines,
$l.25 per crate.
Ni r Ca'ifovnia walnuts, 11 (3 12'ac;
hickory, ti'-.-c; Brazils, lOiallc; al
monds, lttiTi 18c ; tilherts, 1314c; pine
nuts, 17(aHc; pecans, l18c; cocoa
nuts, Sc; hazel, 8c; peanuts, 8c por
Staple Grocer leu.
Coffee Costa Ri-a, 21 .jc ; Rio, 23c;
Mocha, 30c; Java, L'o'ec; Arbuckle's,
100-pound cases, 25?4'c per pound.
Si ti.Mt Golden C.45c: extra C. 47:
granulated. 58c; cube crushed and pow
dered, o'4'c; confectioners' A, 534c per
Beass Small white. 33c: rtink. 3'Y
a3jc; bayos, 43.c; butter, lc; limas,
4.'(5c per pound.
Honey lii(d 20c per pound.
Salt Liverpool, $l(i.Ui.50?17: stock.
$11( 12 per ton in carload lots.
Canned Goods lable fruits, $1.65,
a's; peaches, $2.00; Bartlett oears.
$1.85;plums,$1.37'4 ; straw berries,$2.25;
cherries, $2.5o(t 2.ot); blackberries, $1.90 ;
raspberries, $2.40; pineapples. $2.50oi3:
apricots, 75c. Vegetables: Corn, $1.35()
l.b5, according to quality ; tomatoes,
$1.103.25j sugar peas, $1.25; string
beans, $1.10 per dozen. Pie fruit: Aft-
sorted, $1.50; peaches, $1.05; plums.
$1.2; blackberries, $105 per donen.
I ish : Sardines, 85c(Sl.tia ; lobsters, $2.30
(ff3.50; oysters, $1.5J(u.3.25 per dozen.
Salmon, standard No. 1, $1.25(31.50 per
case; 2. $2.55. Condensed milk:
Eagle brand, $8.10; Crown, $7; High-
lanu, !o.io: champion, so: Monroe.
$6.75 per case.
Sykup Eastern, in barrels. 47c?55v
half-barrels. 50(258c: in cases. . 80c.
per gallon; $2.25(?2.50 per keg. Cali
fornia, in barrels, 30c per gallon ; $1.75
Dkikd b ri-its Italian Drunea. 10(Mle :
Petite and German, 9(ii 10c per pound:
raisins, $1.75(ff2.25 ner box: Dlummer
dried pears, lOtgllc; sun-dried and fac
tory piums, ll(it li'e ; evaporated peaches,
i(aAic; Smyrna tigs. 20c: California.
figs, 9c per pound.
Ka n $5.50 per cental.
A number of Russian Polish immi
grants at Berlin in the poorhouse. held
to be returned to their country, refused
to work and attacked with knives the
officers who endeavored to make them
work. A fire engine and reinforcements
quelled the riot.
M. Janssen, who last year proposed to
build an observatory on the top of Mount
Blanc, announces that his appeal has
been responded to by Bischofl'sheini, the
banker ; Prince Roland Bonaparte, Baron
Alphonse de Eothschild and M. Eiffel.
Its building is still problematical
The German government has decided
to form a marine station and torpedo
harbor at Cuxhaven at a cost of 25,000,
000 marks. A bill will be introduced in
the Reichstag in November making the
necessary appropriation for the work.
The location of this important improve
ment at Cuxhaven is a recognition of
Hamburg as the leading port of the Empire.