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Nevada is to Have a
DROUGHT IN NEW MEXICO.
San Clemento Island Reported to Be
the Soeno of a Land-Claim
Sand for making glass lutH lcn found
Vancouver, 15. C, ha h population of
13,085, and Victoria, It. C, 10,010.
The drought in the southern portion
of New Mexico iH causing Iom to stock.
Tli" biggest run of Halinon know n for
yt'iirM ha appeared in the Skiijfit river.
Tin1 mackerel along the out hern coast
of (California are said to lie fat, plentiful
ami biting freely.
Many witnesses in the Davis will con
test at Butte, Mont., ure now testifying
to the genuineness of the document.
Nevada 1h to be boomed with gold
taken from the Zirn mine at Tine Nut.
Marvelous Btories are told of the rich
nee of the quartz in that camp.
The glut of potatoes in Southern Cali
fornia continues. In one Hection they
are Using ottered at 5 cents a Hack in the
ground, the buyer to dig them.
The schooner Hamilton LewiH, Captain
Alexander Mclx-an, has I wen captured
liv a Russian gunltoat w hile pouching off
Copper Island in Kubhuui waters in the
Oliver Roberts, Charles Colburn and
A. S. Harney have incorporated at Car
Hon, Nev., the Mountain View, Valley
View and Mascot mines under one beau,
with a capital stock of $1,000,000.
At Visalia. Cal., an attempt was made
by some unknown party to poison a
nnmler of boarders of Mrs. McDermitt
by introducing into the material with
which the lady made ice cream croton
oil. Eleven persons wore made sertoiiB
Bert Fessler of Washington, D. C,
lias been appointed master of the young
men's dormitory at the Leland Stanford
(Jr.) University, and C. II. Johnson of
San Francisco has been appointed chief
engineer at the Stanford University, vice
A. II. Fisko resigned.
Within the last few days every foot of
the San Joaquin river from Hampton
ville to a point above Millerton has been
covered with mining claims. It is le
lieved the bed of the river is tilled with
gold, and a survey has been made with
a view of turning the river from its
Rich iron ore has been struck in the
San Ysidro mine, a few miles below En
senada, Lower California. A letter re
ceived at San Diego, Cal., says that a
vein was just uncovered, 1,000 feet long
and 00 feet deep, which seems practically
to have no end to it. San Dieguns are
going to inspect it.
It has been decided by a City Justice
i-t Stockton, Cal., that a man can work
Vnd yet be a vagrant under the new va
grancy law. The court convicted a young
man, although it appeared from the evi
dence that the defendant bad worked
during all the time he was alleged to be
a dissolute person.
The " California Colored Colonization
Society " proposes to bring 5,000 negroes
into California this year. The Secretary
of the society at Fresno says: "We
have seven sections of land in Fresno
county and Borne in Shasta, and these
two counties will receive the bulk of our
people for the present."
THE NATIONAL CAPITAL.
Meinour Niinlrn H. II. Would Nut II. v.
the ClllllPatl MUall.il.
It is estimated at theTreiiHiiry Depart
ment i hat there Ii'im been an increase of
over $0,(MHI,(HIO in cash holding since
August I , representing a decrease In the
public debt to that amount according to
the old form of debt statement.
Immigrant Commissioner Owen has
directed that the four laborers who re
cently arrived in the I'embina from Can
ada be returned to that country, having
union into the United Htate in violntion
of 1 1 m alien liilmr law. The men are
employed by David Meyers of I'ltlHburg,
The Comptroller of the Currency ban
authorized the establishment of the First
National Hank of ItoHclmrg, Or. ; capital
stock, $.'iil,lKNi. President, Thomas It.
Shejidan; cashier, John I. Sheridan.
Also the Columbia National Hank of Ta
coma, Wash. ; capital, $200,000. Presi
dent, Henry Oliver; cashier, N. H. lhl
sen. Another decision was made in the tide
water laud cHse of Washington, in which
Assistant Secretary Chandler sustained
the former decisions, that the lauds be
tween high anil low water were not sub
ject to location by scrip. The applica
tions of Jacob C. Maun and Alls-it E.
Jack in this case is denied. Five appli
cations for entry tion the l'liyallup In
dian reservation are also denied by the
Hecietarv Noble sent the following tel
egram to liovernor Steele of Oklahoma;
" The ('resident has ordered that no ex
ception shall Ite made of Cherokee lo
cating or placing herds on the Strip after
the order or in evasion of it. (ieneral
Miles will Ih so instructed by the War
Department. The President has further
ordered cavalry troops to aid the agent
in exclliug trespassers from the Sac
and Fox reserves in accordance with in
structions written by the President in
H. ('. Shunnon, the newly-appointed
Minister to Nicaragua, Costa Kica ami
Salvador, called at the State iK-partmcut
and received instruction. He will re
lieve Minister Pacheco of part of his
enormous duties as the sole representa
tive of the United States diplomatic
service in Central America. Minister
Pacheco was instructed to protest against
the violent action by the Salvadorian of
ficials against the Pacilic Mail steamship
City of Panama, but nothing has U-cu
heard from him in resismse. To reach
Salvador he must travel 700 mile with
out railroad facilities, and delay is attril
u ted to this fact.
" Here is asiiiuoleof what I have had
to cjidure of late." said Senator Squire
of Washington, showing a telegram he
had just received. It was from Seattle,
and read as follow : " I hope the rumor
that you are seriouslv considering the
Chinese mission is false. It would be
unjust to your friends." This was signed
"Hunt." "Mr. Hunt," continued the
Senator, " is the owner and editor of the
Seattle 1'mt-lnltlhijtHcrr. He has evi
dently given credence to the absurd ru
mor that I was going to China as United
States Minister. It puzzle me to know
how that story could have been evolved.
There is absolutely nothing in it. No
suggestion or intimation ever came to
me that the place would lie tendered to
me. Hut to put a quietus on the whole
matter I do not hesitate to say that I
would not have the ollice under any con
sideration. America is good enough for
me. 1 have traveled in foreign lands,
and have seen a bit of most parts of the
habitable glolie. and I say in all sincer
ity that the man who would swap Seattle
for Pekiu as a place of residence is mm
A Neheiiio to Overthrow the lira II I an
Turf losses have lately obliged many
English noblemen to go into bankruptcy.
Sir John (iorst ia likely to be appointed
PostmaHter-t ieneral in the English Cab
inet. Bismarck's evesight and hearing are
fast failing, ami he falls into a sudden
and sleep-like torpor.
The Austrian Empress has symptom!
of insanity, and medical experts pro
nounce the case a grave one.
A cyclone, which has just passed over
San Mauro, Castiglione and bassino dis
tricts, has caused great distress.
Queen Victoria is to reside at Balmoral
until the third week in November, when
the court will remove to Windsor Castle.
Mrs. Annie Besant in her farewell ad
dress in London stated that she bad re
ceived letters from the other world from
President Diaz has appointed Joseph
Ives Limantour Minister Plenipotentiary
to arrange a commercial reciprocity
treaty with the United States.
It is now the intention of European
engineers to store the waters of the Nile
to such an extent as to enable a greater
extension of the cotton and sugar-cane
crops in that region.
Admiral Elliott expresses the opinion
since the recent British maneuvers that
" numerical superiority in torpedo-gun
vessels is of equal, if not greater, im
portance than in battle ships.
The attempt to create a rush of land
seekers to the Island of San Clemente,
sixty miles southwest of San Pedro, has
not been successful. The island is said
to be bare of vegetation and not capable
of cultivation with any success.
. The Journal of the Chamber of Com
mt rce at Paris states that the Belgian
government will declare Antwerp and
other Belgian ports free ports, aiming to
make Belgium the warehouse of Europe.
The Minister of Education in con
junction with the Minister of the Inte
rior has issued a circular prohibiting
Jewish children whose parents live in
Russia on foreign passports to be admit
ted into any of the middle or higher in
stitutions of learning for the ensuing
Kansas Farmers Paying
PATRIOTIC SONS OF VETERANS
Have Refused to Expunge the Word
"White" In Their Consti
tutionEtc. The flat ha gone forth that live-cent
shaves in New York must go.
Chicago is alsnit to erect an apartment
house which w ill contain 707 room.
The Texas Trunk railroad ha been
turned over to the Southern Pacilic.
The Wilmington (Del.) $250,0.) xst
olllce w ill probably Is- built of cut gran
ite. Baltimore Is to have a tin-plate factory
in oM-ration in the course of three
Spreckel say ho is paddling hi own
canoe, and ha not. nor will be join the
The ollicials of the Auburn (N. Y.)
prison have set the convict at work
making pearl buttons.
The Nimitary inspectors in Brooklyn
say that leprosy doe not exist among
the Chinese resident there.
An effort to combine the various com
mercial organizations of the Kansas
Farmers' Alliance ha failed.
Eight hundred thousand acres of laud
in Kastern Oklahoma recently ceded by
Indians will soon he open to settlement.
The relief fund for the families of
those w ho jK'rished in the Park place
disaster at New York ha reached $0,200.
It i said that there are more salmon
in the Merrimac river now than there
has been at any time during the last
During the months of May, June and
July of this year $1,450,000 Kansas farm
mortgage have been paid off. This i a
very good sign.
The annual report of the St. Paul road
show s that after paying a 7 per cent, div
idend on preferred stock there is a stir
phi of $ti"il,lliK.
Petroleum, which actually flows up
unaided through the rocks, has U-en dis
covered at Crow's Nest in the Canadian
A special from Washington to the New
York Kiriiimj W says it i U'lieved
t hat ex-Governor Cheney will be Secre
tary Proctor's successor.
During the past few weeks the exports
of w heat have averaged 5,000,000 bush
els weekly, un increase of nearly three
quarters over this time last yean
In the (1,000,000 letters that reached
the dead-letter office last year there was
money amounting to $28,012 and checks
ami notes of the value of $1,471,871.
Andrew Senscal, Superintendentof the
Canadian Dominion printing bureau,
has beun dismissed. He was implicated
in the scandal which is being investi
gated. Work on the government jetties for
the deeening of (ia I vest on harbor un
der the $0,200,000 appropriation by the
last Congress is now beginning apparent
ly in earnest.
Two-thirds of the applicants for ad
mission to West Point and Annapolis
according to Dr. Cheeseman of Chicago
are rejected beeauseof the cigarette habit
and its results.
The emigration from Germany to
America during the first five months of
the present year amounted to 55,567, or
nearly 10,000 more than the largest total
during any five months of the last five
The bureau of American Republics is
informed that the Brazilian Minister
of Finance has ordered the collection
of all import duties in gold and has for
bidden the sale of gold at the custom
houses. It is a great pleasure to learn that
there are to be no expensive side shows
at the World's Fair. The directory has
decided that the entrance fee shall en
title the visitor to see everything within
Villiam E. Bear, the English statisti
cian, writes to Hraht reel's that later in
formation leads him to mark up the
European deficiency of wheat from 281,
000,000 bushels (his first figures) to 320,
The Patriotic Sons of Veterans in ses
sion at Philadelphia refused to expunge
the word " white " in their constitution
where it refers to those entitled to mem
bership. Iebanon, Pa., has been chosen
as the next place of meeting.
Ex-Assistant Cashier Lawrence of the
defunct Keystone Bank at Philadelphia
has made a cantesBion ot the manner in
which the books of the concern were
doctored. It shows a system of duplic
ity and thievery almost unparalleled.
Miss Frances Willard announces that
she has already received $2,000 for the
world's union fund. The money is to be
used in various departments of women's
work at the Columbian Exposition.
General Joe Shelby is a thoroughly re
constructed ex-Confederate. No soldier
fought more bravely than he. lie knows
he was wrong, and does not believe in
keeping up the memories of the war.
General Miles has put himself to un
necessary trouble in denying that he was
cruel to Jelterson Davis wtien ne had
that gentleman shut up in Fortress Mon
roe. The (ieneral is not built on the
petty tyrant plan.
A Clilnr. Co in p mil or A iolnt.il I'liltml
HtHjtr. Ilpiitjr Mitr.liiil fur Amor.
Mis Mary Anderon will shortly pub
lisli her memoir.
Fx-Senator Ingall i said to receive
t500 for each of hi lecture.
Zola write a novel every nine months,
Mis Braddon ha published fifty since
The Edinon of France i named Ader.
He think that he ha solved the proli
lem of aerial navigation.
Senator Harris of Tenneee Is said V)
li the olilest living CongresHinan. He
wii first elected in at the age of 111.
Ju lea Verne ha a son, Michel, who i
developing a talent for writing storie
very much in hi father's highly imagi
Senator Vest ha been wearing thin
summer a plain suit of homespun hemp
linen, a gill to turn irom N-mitor Ulack
bum of Kentucky.
Colonel Indian's history of the old
Santa Fe trail is 'to be publishi! in 18',C,
and i to lie a graphic tale of the pioneer
time in the great desert.
Maurice Bernhardt, the athletic son of
the " divine " Sarah, and hi bride are
in New York. They will spend their
honeymoon in thi country.
A tmrtrait of Oucen Victoria rreented
by her Majesty to Mr. Pheli.a i the
chief feature in the drawing room of ex-
Minister Phelps' house in Burlington.
Chief-Justice Luca of the Virginia
Supreme Court is but four feet high, but
he i so dignified that no facetious law
yer ha ever dared to dub him a brief.
It ha lieen settled that (irand Duke
George Alexandrovitch of Russia, whose
health is still very precarious, shall re
turn to Algeria at the end of autumn.
The chair occupied by Garibaldi in the
Italian legislative chamber i bunu with
a laurel wreath. Since the patriot's
death no one ha lieen allowed to use it.
The w ife of Lieutenant H. D. Borupof
the United States legation in Paris is
one of the very few ladies who can claim
to have made the a-cent of Mount Blanc.
Terence V. Powderly, General Master
Workman of the Knights of Lalxjr, has
accepted the Republican nomination as
delegate to the Pennsylvania Constitu
Sir Charles Dilke is a broad-shouldered,
BHuare-bu:It man, w ith clear gray
eyes and full grizzled beard. His man
ner is serious and dignified and direct
almost to abruptness.
The choice of Charles Eliot Norton as
the literary executor of Mr. Ixwell is a
singularly happy one. The duties will
be performed by one who has all the re
quisites of an accomplished critic and
A recent visitor to the former home of
John Howard Payne says that it is low,
with big root, and is all of gray Mangles,
with a garden in which grow hollyhocks.
There is an old well, too, and the house
stands with ttie end toward the road.
S. A. Douglas, Prosecuting Attorney
for the city of Chicago and son of the
famous Democrat of that name, never
visits Springfield, 111., without going to
the tomb of his father's old political op
ponent and friend, Abraham Lincoln.
A Chinese comprador named Chin
Gong has been appointed United States
Deputy Marshal for Amoy. The Marshal
is Dr. Edward Bedloe, said to be a de
scendant of the family after whom Bed-
loe's island was named in New lork
James E. Lvon has brought suit against
Senator Willi'am M. Stewart of Nevada
for $1 ,000,000 damages. The suit grows
out of complications over mining deals,
among the properties concerned being
the liiunia mine of Utah. 1 he Senator
charges Lyon with blackmail.
A business building 550 feet high is
proposed for Broadway, New York. The
EitFel tower and Washington monument
only will top it. It is to be constructed
of steel, with twenty-six stories, more
than 1,000 ollices, and to have a summer
roof garden 300 feet in the air, with ex
press elevators to the tenth floor and a
change of cars at the twentieth for the
tower. This beats the world.
CRIME AND CRIMINALS.
Trumps Torture and Murder a Man and
Ills Wife in Michigan.
Thomas McCreevy, a Montreal official
who tied to this country to escape arrest
for "boodling," has been located at
Thomas J. Riley, assistant postmaster
at Marysville, Cal., convicted of embez
zling $824, was sentenced to one year's
imprisonment in the State prison and
Chris McNamara, a gambler, shot and
killed Reese Fowler, proprietor of a
gambling house at Chattanooga, Tenn.,
during a quarrel over a woman. The
A double murder was discovered in
Bloomtield,Conn., where the bodies of a
German and his wife were found in a
well. It is supposed they were killed by
Italian laborers employed in the vicin
ity. Two negro prisoners convicted of at
tempting to overpower the jail guard at
Raleigh, N. C, were sentenced to be
whipped, and with their consent a
charge ot 25 cents to witness the execu
tion of the sentence was exacted, the
victims receiving the benefit of the gate
A dispatch from Monroe, Mich., says
that at a farm house near there John
Williamson and wife were tortured and
murdered by tramps, who tried to get
the money which they supposed the
couple owned. Some of the farmers
gave warning, and the neighbors organ
ized and went to the rescue, but found
the couple dead when they reached the
house. The tramps were sighted near
Maybe station, ana both were shot down
by the infuriated citizens.
Germans Will Explore
THE BARMAIDS OF BERLIN.
Detonation of a Heavy Gun Smashes
the Windows in a Passing
Bavaria's mad King is growing worse.
The population of Russia is estimated
Police statistics are said to show that
there are FJO.OOO paupers in Naples.
French newspapers are inclined to
poke fun at Ixindon's proposed Eiffel
Mr. Stead's defense of the Prince of
Wales is said to have made converts of
They are talking of introducing the
American trolley car on Edinburgh's
(ieneral Latino Caelho, the celebrated
Republican leader and poet of Portugal,
There are 18,000,000 farmers in France,
the total population of the country be
A bill i to be introduced into Parlia
ment to limit the personal caricatures of
the royal family in comic papers.
A dispatch from Zanzibar says the Sul
tan has declared his dominions within
the zone of the Brussels spirit act.
Two thousand Frenchmen claim re
wards for bravery displayed on the occa
sion of the St. Ma ride railway disaster.
Prof. Koch is still experimenting with
his lymph regardless of the sneers of the
French medical men, who are " not in
It is again denied that the King of
Italy manifests any coolness to the
American ladies in waiting upon his
Advices from Buenos Avres are to the
effect that the Argentine Republic is op
posed to the wholesale immigration of
Unless new outlets for Russian cotton
manufactures are created, there will be a
wholesale dismissal of workmen from
The formation of an Irish club has
been begun in London, the Irish popula
tion there about 300,000 having no
place of rendezvous.
A German expedition has been organ
ized to explore the African lakes. Lake
Victoria will be sounded and its banks
Italy's deficit for the last fiscal year
was $18,000,000, and in spite of alfthe
talk as to economic reforms the standing
army is being increased.
The French Foreign Minister Ribot
has advised Servia to adopt a pacific at
titude and refrain from offensive demon
stration against Bulgaria.
Renewed efforts are being made to se
cure the pardon of Mrs. Maybrick, who
is confined in an English prison for the
murder of her husband by poison.
By order of the German Emperor the
Prussian Minister of the Interior has is
sued a decree forbidding the use of bap
tismal names of a political character .
Sally, the famous chimpanzee in the
London zoological gardens, is dead. She
was the most popular figure in the gar
dens since Barnuui took Jumbo to
The detonation of a new heavy caliber
gun at Ingolstadt recently smashed all the
windows of a railway train that was
passing the artillery range at the time.
Fortunately none of the passengers were
The grand prix de Paris will in future
be worth over 10,000, as the French
Jockey Club has added a bum of 150,000
francs to it, while 50,000 francs more are
contributed by the principal railway
The Paris waiters, who have formed a
trade union, are now discussing their ul
timatum with the restaurant keepers.
They not only insist upon their right to
wear beards and no uniforms, but also
to smoke when not actually serving.
A Russian press censor permitted the
following item to appear in a Moscow
paper: "It is our opinion that Russia
needs new railroads, and she will have
them." For this the censor was sus
pended for three months and the editor
The barmaids of Berlin have started
an organ, the Herzblall. It offers oppor
tunities for literary work and for the dis
closure of cases of ill treatment. The
subscribers form a material aid societv
A ! J 1 . , J
io ueip ueeuy memoers, 10 secure places
and to appeal to the courts if necessary.
In November next there will be held
at the Crystal Palace in London an in
ternational exposition of electricity.
w hich will last several months. It was
projected in consequence of the success
ful one held at Vienna, and will be sub
ject to the same conditions.
The EtichseBH Blatl publishes an or
der to the effect that the prohibition of
the importation of swine, pork and sau
sages of American origin shall no longer
be enforced when such live hogs or hog
products are furnished with official cer
tificates stating that they have been ex
amined in accordance with American
regulations and found free from qualities
dangerous to health. The Chancellor
has sent instructions to the proper offi
cials that an order be given immediately
ftn.uuift of III" Coiiilllifiii of It IMf
Business ha l-en very active in the
tob sale line. Receipts of vegetables
id fruit were heavy. Peaches are a
rug in the market, and are very cheap,
.utter and i liei-hc are plentiful, and have
ood demand. Kg are still scarce,
nd the price will probably go higher,
dillt-lufl' are scarce, and are quoted at
i imii al pice. Oat are plentiful, and
ave a downward tendency. White su
ir have advanced Jjjc in Eastern Ore
'ii , but no change have been noted on
rice here. Chicken are plentiful.
de bacon, bam and lard are firm and
higher. Canned meat are cheaper,
ilops are quoted at nominal prices.
The market is quieter and generally
easier. Ottering are moderate, but ask
ing prices are alwve a parity with mar
ket value. Wheat i coming down
quite freely, and local stocks are accu
I'rodure, t'rult. Ete.
Wiikat Valley, $1.5'.; Walla Walla.
$1.45 1.47'if percental.
F1.0L K Standard. $5.00: Walla Walla.
$4.00 ner barrel.
Oats Old, 4550c: new. 4042Wc
Hay $12 14 per ton.
MiM.8Ti.-rrs Bran, $22(?23j shorts,
fintiinol i'rrirft. rrfM1nrl k.ntAw .
32; chop feed, $22'2 per ton; barley,
$1.2iK? l 25 per cental.
BitthUi Oregon fancy creamery. 30(3
32lfcc; fancy dairy, 27Jc; fair to good,
2oc; common, 15(g20c; California, 22
(tZ4c per ponna.
Chekse Oregon, lzffll26c; Califor
nia, 12c per pound.
Eoas Oregon, 20(322c per dozen.
Poultry Old chickens. $5.50:
young chickens, $2.504.00 ; ducks, $4.00
(40.00; geese, nominal, $7.008.00 per
dozen ; turkeys, 15c per pound.
koktables Cabbage, 75c$1.00 per
cental; cauliflower, $lrc 1.25 per dozen;
Unions, 80c(rfl percental; beets, $1.2) per
sack ; turnips, $1.00 per sack ; new pota
toes, 45(30c per cental ; tomatoes, 503
75c per box; lettuce, 12c per dozen;
green peas, 34c per pound; string
beans, 23c per pound; rhubarb, 3c per
pound ; cucumbers, 10c per dozen ; car
rots, 75c per sack ; corn, 78c per dozen ;
sweet potatoes, 2(520 per pound.
Faurrs Sicily lemons, $78; Califor
nia, $56 per box; apples, 6085c per
box; bananas, $3.504 a bunch; pineap
ples, $o7 per dozen; apricots, 85c$l
per box ; peaches, 4085c per box ; black
berries, 6(27c per pound; plums, 2560c
per box; watermelons, $1.503.00 per
dozen ; cantaloupes, $1.50(il. 75 per dozen,
$2 per crate; grapes, Tokay, $1.30 per
box, $1.001.10 per crate; muscat and
black, $1.25 percrate,box$l; pears, $1.25;
Bartlett, $11.25 per box; nectarines,
60(2 75c per crate; crab apples, 3c per
pound; pumpkins, $1.50 per dozen.
N'cts California walnuta.lljffi.c:
hickory, 8c; Brazils, 10llc; al
monds, 1618c; filberts, 1314c; pine
nuts, 1718c; pecans, 1718c; cocoa
nuts, 8c; hazel, 8c; peanuts, 8c per
Coffee Costa Rica, 21c ; Rio, 23c ;
Mocha, 30c; Java, 25c; Arbuckle's.
100-pound cases, 25c per pound.
Sugar Golden C,4c; extra 0, 4c;
granulated, bc ; cube crushed and pow
dered, 64C; confectioners' A, 6c per
Beans Small white, 3c ; pink, Zi
3c; bayos, 4&c; butter, 4e; limaa,
45c per pound.
Honey 1820c per pound.
Salt Liverpool, $16,$16.5017 ; stock,
$1112 per ton in carload lots.
Canned Goods Table fruits, $1.65,
2s ; peaches, $2.00; Bartlett pears,
$1.85: plums, $1. 37 ; straw berries,$2.25 ;
cherries, $2.502.60 ; blackberries, $1.90;
raspberries, $2.40 ; pineapples, $2.603 ;
apricots, $1.75. Vegetables : Corn, $1.35
1.65, according to quality; tomatoes,
$1.10(23.25; sugar peas, $1.25; string
beans, $1.10 per dozen. Pie fruit: As
sorted, $1.50; peaches, $1.65; plums,
$1.25; blackberries, $1.65 per dozen.
Fish: Sardines, 85c1.65; lobsters, $2.30
3.50; oysters, $1.503.25 per dozen.
Salmon, standard No. 1, $1.251.50 per
case; No. 2, $2.55. Condensed milk:
Eagle brand, $8.10; Crown, $7; High
land, $6.75; Champion, $6; Monroe,
$6.75 per case. Meats: Corned beef,
$2.152.25; chipped beef, $2.40; lunch
tongue, $3.30 Is, $6.00 2s ; deviled ham,
$1.752.75 per dozen.
Syrup Eastern, in barrels, 4755c;
half-barrels, 5058c; in cases, 5580c
per gallon; $2.252.50 per keg. Cali
fornia, in barrels, 30c per gallon ; $1.75
Rice $5.25 per cental.
Dried Fruits Italian prunes, 10llc;
Petite and German, 910c per pound;
raisins, $1.752.25 per box; plummer
dried pears, 10llc; sun-dried and fac
tory plums, ll12c ; evaporated peaches,
1820c; Smyrna figs, 20c; California,
figs, 9c per pound.
The Meat Market.
Bees- Live, 23c ; dressed, 56c.
Mutton Live, sheared, 33li'c;
Hogs Live, 6c ; dressed, 6c.
Veal 57c per pound.
Smoked Meats Eastern ham,
13c; other varieties, 1012c; breakfast
bacon, 12213c; smoked bacon, 11
llc per pound.
Lard Compound, 9ll?4'c; pure,
12(3 l.'c; Oregon, 10;8'12sC per
Hides, Wool and Hop.
Hidfs Dry hides, selected prime, 8
9e ; less for culls ; reen, selected,
over 55 pounds, 4c ; under 55 pounds, 3c ;
sheep pelts, short wool, 3050c; me
dium, 60S0c; long, 90c$1.25; shear
lings, 1020c; tallow, good to choice, 3
3ic per pound.
Wool Willamette Valley, 1719c;
Eastern Oregon, 1016)?c per pound,
according to conditions and shrinkage.
Hops Nominal ; 15c per pound.