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ood River Glacier.
HOOD ItlVICIt, OUKGON, SATURDAY. OCTOIJEK 3, 1891.
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Money Loaned on Real Estate Security
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ftiwoml St., nrr Oak. Hood Kir, Or.
Shaving ktiil Iluir t-tit titiK rtly done.
SttttaUc tinu (iui antral,
An Immense Fire Rages
on Mount Shasta.
GRAY WOLVES .IN OREGON.
The United States Geological Survey
Looatos Storage Resorvoirs
In New Mexico.
San Diego Iiiih organized a omptiy of
Thirty Mojuve Indian ixilo players
have gone from Needles to Albuquerque,
N. M., to play at the fair there.
At the navy yard at Mare Island al-out
npilifatitiiB for work have Itcen filed
with the lal-or employment bureau.
Tlio perennial tight of the disposition
the sewage of 1.0H Angeles iM nhotit to
break out again with renewed fury.
Tlio eleventh annual exposition of New
Mexico has opened at Albuquerque, and
promises to exeel all previous meetings.
A syndicate of Chinami'ii, with ample
capital backing it, ban purchased a site
near Victoria for a rice mill, and work
on the erection of the mill will begin at
According to the Virginia City Eittt.t
wie a disease reseinblingdiphthcriahuB
broken out among the horses and cattle
on a ranch near Stcamlioat, and a nuui
lier of animals have died from it.
In the United States Court at Los An-
feles the cases against Senator Rieardo
TUinbnll, Supercargo Hurt and Captain
O'Farrell of tlie Robert and Minnie were
continued " until hereafter called.'
Coal of good quality has been found
by a purveyor who is mapping out a reli
gious colony on Malcolm Island into sec
tions. The coal is a mile west of Hough
Bay and opposite Port McNeil on Van
couver Island, B. C.
Advices received at Vancouver, B. C,
say that President Harrison has ap
pointed Frank II. Pierce of New Hamp
shire, formerly of the Cuban consular
service, as Consular Agent there, vice
jay E wing resigned.
At Sacramento gambling is in full
blaBt everywhere, and players can find
any kind of a game they wish close at
hand. Every public house has from four
to five games running many of them
keeping open day and night.
An immense fire has been raging on
the southern slope of Mount Shasta, a
lew miles south of Sisson, a vast amount
of wood, ties, logs and standing timber
Wing destroyed. Every available man
was needed to check the fire.
In the timbered districts of Clatsop and
Tillamook counties, Or., large gray wolves
are Incoming more numerous, and are
rapidly destroying the elk, as they kill
the young calves in the spring and even
the old ones when they catch them alone.
The testimony in the Albertson bank
robbing case at'Tacoma continues to
show that Albertson was very deliberate
in his work. It. B. Albertson, a cousin,
is charged with writing the guaranty of
immunity and knowing for whom he
The Los Angeles Time prints an inter
view with De Barth Shorb, who lias just
returned from Chicago, in which he
states that the management of the
World's Fair is rotten to the core, and
that he will take steps to have an inves
tigation at Washington unless Davis is re
moved as Director-General on the ground
n thla nnfitni.ua fnr t.hfi nlttllP. Mr. Shorb
says Senator Stewart of Nevada has
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promised to leaa we ngiu in me aciinic
T-m-hi-r. In Nome I nrirHii l.'oiiiit rle.
llttve Not rioMmililfat V. imrleiM-e.
Twenty-one Sisters of Charily have
been licensed to leach in Texus public
Brown University has decided to ad
mit women to Its cIiihwh on the same
conditions us men.
The entering Chautauqua class which
In to pursue a three years' course com
prises 1 5 , M K ) Htlldeuts.
The University of Oxford has rescinded
the vote sdiiiitti'iig women to the Bache
lor of Medicine examinations.
Harvard College- wan founded in lii'JO,
Vsle In ITol. William and Mary of Vir
ginia was chartered in Hli'5.
Thirty-two students of Queen's College,
Belfast,' huve petitioned the council that
women shall not be admitted to study.
' The chair of oratory In the University
of Honolulu, Sandwich Island, has lieen
oll'ered to Miss Norma 0. Crawfurd of
The legislature in Maine has enacted
a law which requires all public-school
teachers to devote some lime each week
to teaching kindness to animals.
The girl who carried oil' the honors of
entrance at the Univernitv of Guidon
examination was Charlotte iliggins. She
is but 20 years of age. There were 1,1100
male students pitted against her.
Teachers in Nome European countries
do not huve the pleasaiiteHt experiences.
In Spain the payment of salaries is ha
bitually in arrears. Altogether ,.riiMi
teachers have arrears due them, and il
is not surprising that in one place a
teacher has taken to selling matches,
ami his wife and children have gone into
According to the late military statistics
there are no illiterate persons in Bavaria.
Among "J, 77- recruits enlinted in the
army in the palatinate there were only
three individuals w ho could not read or
write. But that district forms no exce
tioii to the rule. The general riuml-erof
recruits from the entire population was
20,54, and among them were only bix
The New York Knimjtlirt says: Do
not the methods of teaching in our pub
lic schools need to 1st overhauled? The
pupils are crammed with a superficial
knowledge of nearly a score of -lilt'crcut
studies without an ability to write a sen
tence in the English language correctly.
What children need is not to learn so
much, but to learn a few things well,
and w bile acquiring such knowledge to
learn to think for themselves.
In Sweden philanthropy has seized
Uhui the schools now as the vehicle of
teaching the children the cleanliness that
is next to godliness. The chief parochial
school in Stockholm has intrixluced w in
ter bathing as a feature, with great cau
tion apparently, lent innovation excite
prejudice, for the reort says that the
children are given a bath every three
weeks. Now that the thing is in run
ning order, 100 children can lie washed
in three hours. The Isiys bxik readily
to the scheme ; the girls for some reason
did not. Of forty girls in one class that
averaged 13 years of age only sixteen
had ever known the luxury of a bath in
winter. The teachers reort that the
ell'cct on the children is beneficial in
every way, especially since they have
got on terms with the soap, which they
at first were shy of.
THE NATIONAL CAPITAL.
Km ltl Inventor of the Italn-I'rodurlnK
Troop. In a Virginian.
Secretary Foster has issued a circular
giving notice that no more bonds of the
4,'.j per cent, loan would be received for
continuance at 2 per cent, after Septem
ber HO. Bonds which have not lieen
continued will be redeemed on presen
tation. Secretary Noble has issued an order
establishing county lines and county
seats in the Indian country aliout to tie
opened for settlement in Oklahoma. He
lias also directed tbat cavalrv be sta
tioned on each county-seat reservation
to warn away intruders.
The Treasury Department has com
pleted the purchase of silver for the cur
rent month. No further purchases will
he made until Octolier 2. The amount
of silver offered for sale was 800,000
ounces, and the amount purchased 400,-
OiK), ranging in price from U7 to 07.2
lents. The purchase of silver bullion at
the local mints aggregated 351,261
Owing to numerous inquiries coming
from dilferent parts of the country for
fractional silver coin, the United States
Treasurer lias prepared a circular stating
in substance that the new halves anct
dollars will be furnished in sums of $200
or mote by express, free of charge, or by
registered' mail in sums or multiples of
50, registration charges paid to any
point in the United States.
In view of the fact that sugars not above
l(i D's in color are now exempt from
duty, irrespective of the country from
which imported, the Treasury Depart
ment has authorized the Customs Col
lector at San F'rancisco to waive require
ments imposed by the regulations com
pelling importers of sugar from Hawaii
to produce properly authenticated in
voices, showing such sugar was the pro
duce of that country, when free entry is
claimed under the act of October 1,
Congress at its last session authorized
the recoinage of the uncurrent fractional
coin now in the treasury abraded below
the limit of tolerance, and made an ap
propriation of $160,000 to cover the loss
to the coin by the abrasion. This sum,
it is estimated, will cover the loss on
about $4,000,000 of coin, and this amount
is now being coined into quarter dollars
and dimes, for which there is a very
great demand. The recoinage into stand
ard silver dollars of the 5,000,000 trade
dollars bullion, which the last Congress
authorized, is also in progress.
Skoletons of Prehistoric
SUICIDE MANIA OF AGNOSTICS
Chicago Will Have to Modify the Plan3
Made for the World's Fair
MiniieHpoliM has no desire to consoli
date with St. Paul.
Carloads of diseased Chicago cattle
have U-en seized at Bull'iilo.
The (iradv monument will In- unveiled
at Atlanta, ia., October 21.
There is something over llTi.OOO natives
of Switzerland in and around New York.
('. 1. Huutinutoii is to complete the
Middle and East Tennessee railroad
within sixty days.
A company to insure tobacco planters
Hk-aliiMt Ihhm by hail is one of the latest
Hellenics in Connecticut.
The house at A piHiuiuttox, Va.. in
which General Lee surrendered to Gen
eral Grant has been sold fur 10,INM).
Canada has sent but H UM) sheep to
Great Britain during the year just ended.
as compared with 4',oiHl for the year be
A landlords' association has been
formed in Boston for the purpose of mu
tual protection agaiiiHtobjectiouable ten
The organ in the music room of the
residence of the late Mrs. Hopkins
Searle at Great Harrington, Mass., cost
So great is the homeward rush of
American tourists that many of them
are unable to find passage on returning
It is said that the smuggling of Chi
nese into this country has been recently
accelerated bv the price having risen to
flOO per head.
Cleveland has passed a law reducing
the price of gas to 00 cents per l.(HH) feet
and giving the city an option on the gas
works at anv time.
Judgments aggregating 14.020 against
Alexander Herrmann, the magician, have
j lift lieen entered in the County Clerk's
oilice at New York.
The trade and commerce of Charles
ton, S. C, last year amounted to 1)8..
r."4,718, a net increase of 17II.35,00I over
the preceding year.
Thomas Delanv of Albany, aged lit.
thought nothing of smoking five or six
package;" of cigarettes a day. His funeral
took place the other day.
Judgments aggregating lM.OOO have
lieen filed against Adam Backer, the
commercial note broker of New York,
who assigned August 3 last.
Counsel for Joseph A. Davidson of
New York has obtained an attachment
against the Mexican National Railway
Company upon a claim for 105,000.
Oklahoma is liardlv a year old as a
Territory, and yet we are told that the
question of admitting it to Statehood
will come before Congress this winter.
Chicago Odd Fellows are to erect a
thirty-four-story building. The structure
from ground to' dome will be 500 feet.
and it is to be completed by the fall of
According to statistics gathered by
charitable organizations throughout the
country there are 3,000,000 people wholly
or partly dependent upon charity every
year in the United States.
Two thousand men. mostly French
Canadians, employed in the saw mills at
Ottawa have struck for a reduction of
one and a half hours' work per day and
an increase of 00 cents in wages per
A mound containing skeletons of pre
historic people has been discovered on a
farm near Carthage. 111. The skeletons
lay in all conceivable positions, and are
supposed to be those of warriors who fell
An order has been issued by Secretary
Tracy which forbodes the breaking-up of
the White squadron. It was directed to
the chiefs of the bureaus, and ordered
them to prepare the Yorktown for serv
ice on the Pacific Btation and the Petrel
for service on the Asiatic station.
A suicide mania has taken possession
of the aged members of an agnostic cir
cle in Bradford, Pa., which was founded
by the late Dr. Stuart, who himself led
the way by taking his own life. Since
then three other members of the circle
have tried to kill themselves, and two
Chicago will have to modify the plans
made for the World's air buildings and
grounds or face a serious financial diffi
culty. The estimated cost of getting the
show ready to open is 18,000,000. This
is too much, even though the govern
ment should l)e induced to contribute
Senor Celso Balsar Mareno, a well-
known Italian American residing at
Washington and acting as an agent in
this country of the National party of Ha
waii, corresponding to the (Jmlian Con-
gressionalists, has laid before the Presi
dent a letter he recently received from a
correspondent in Honolulu, asserting
England is now planning to take posses
sion of the kingdom. The writer said
that some action on the part of the
United States is necessary; that the
Queen is favorable to British interests
and is ready to countenance the move
when made. The President was inter
ested by the letter, and asked Senor Ma
reno to communicate with Secretary
Mr. illtoiiff In Sulci to Havci Orxat
l(lHt for Ituinltr.
Queen Victoria puts in her spare time
plying the crochet needle,
Jules Simon, the celebrated French
economist, detents tobacco, and says that
he is an inveterate enemy of alcohol.
James N. Pidcock of White House, N.
J., former Congressman from that State
and prospective candidate for Governor,
expects to market over 10,000 baskets of
peaches this year.
The ex-Emperor of Brazil is moping
away existence in a melancholy mood
at Vichy, where he is leing treated
for heart disease. He t-eema to huve lost
all interest in passing events.
General Maury Is the third distin
guished Confederate officer to have a
desk in the war-records oilice in Wash
ington. The other two are General Mar
cus Wright and General George Field.
Prince Bismarck suffers much from his
old enemy, neuralgia, and the writing of
his memoirs does not progress swiftly.
He dislikes the work, and a revival of
the past seems to embitter and disturb
William B. McCreery, United States
Consul at Valparaiso, Chili, is a Michi
gan man, who served with credit during
the civil war. He was one of the few
who succeeded in escaping from Libby
Senator Proctor's first step into official
life was as a village Selectman. And the
Vermont villagers were mighty particu
lar aljout a man iH-ing an undeveloped
statesman before they would trust him
in such an oilice,
Susannah Annesley, who married Sam
uel Wesley and became the mother of the
famous John Wesley, was twenty-third
child to her father, twenty-fourth to her
mother, and she herself gave birth to
Colonel Elliot F. Shepard expresses
the opinion that, if Chicago permits the
opening of her exhibition on Sundays,
some dreadful calamity will lie called
down upon the city. Can this be a
threat that he will go to live there?
Hon. William Walter Phelps, United
states Minister to Germany, will prolong
his sojourn at Hamburg, where he has
been joined by his wife. He is improv
ing in health, and is very happy over the
outcome of his fight on the pork ques
tion. Mr. Gladstone has a profound respect
for royalty, and never wounds the feel
ings of the royal family if he can help
it. His recent letter denouncing gam
bling as a formidable and growing evil
in Great Britain seems to be capable of
a royal application, however.
Another inipular American who will
not grow old is Key. Dr. Edward Everett
Hale, who, although 70 vears of age, still
performs the duties of a pastor, contrib
utes articles to papers and magazines.
edits a department in a magazine, and
does many other things dillicult even for
M. Jacques, who has recently begun a
fifty days' fast at the London Aquarium,
assumes an air of extreme comfort as he
sits in his easy chair. Sometimes he
reads for an hour or two, but lie is not
much disposed to talk. He says that
that uses up too much vitality.
The Duke of Edinburgh is the very
picture ot an athlete. Uver six leet in
height, broad-shouldered, strong-limbed
and as active as a cat, it is surprising to
find that lie takes more pleasure in fid
dling than in field sports and is happier
in saving a dollar than in having a good
The Earl of Warwick, father-in-law of
Lady Brooke of baccarat-scandal fame.
is very ill. He is periodically subject to
fainting fits, and is expected to die in
one before long. He is over 73 years of
age, and has been in feeble health for
some time. Lady Brooke has of late
kept in the background and shown a dis
position to avoid the social glare.
Dr. James Ramsey Speer, who died
the other dav in Pittsburg at the age of
04, had lived under every President of
the United States, and was the cousin of
one, Buchanan, while his mother was the
grand aunt of another, Benjamin Harri
son. As a sensible man, however, Dr.
Speer was very content to rest his claims
to attention on his local reputation as a
physician and surgeon.
CRIME AND CRIMINALS.
A Kentucky Feud Assume Proportions
TliRt May End in Woodshed.
An express train on the Missouri, Kan
sas and Texas road was held up the other
night near Leliaetta, I.T.,and robbed of
George Jones, a convicted murderer in
a San Francisco prison, is slowly dying
from paralysis, and is gradually growing
John and Henry Martin and three un
known women were whipped by white
caps near Hinsdale, Ind., for petty
Henry T. Edson, son of the ex-Mayor
of New York, has been arrested for ob
taining $5,000 on a draft on a bank in
which he had no credit.
The Alleghany Heating Company of
Pittsburg claims that Thomas L. Shields,
its Secretary and Treasurer, is short over
$100,000 in his accounts.
W. F. Slingloff, ex-Treasurer of the
Montgomery Trust Company of Morris
town, Pa., lias been arrested, charged
with embezzling $180,000 of the bank's
Mrs. Popke, aged 19, living in Sey
mour, Wis., has been arrested for smoth
ering her infant. Her husband, who
buried the child in the woods, was also
At San Francisco the Coroner's jury
in the case of Otlicer Alexander Grant
has rendered a verdict finding the de
ceased came to his death from a gunshot
wound in the head, inflicted by Maurice
B. Strelinger. known as Curtis, and
charging him with the crime of murder.
Theosophy Fad Widely
THE JAPANESE CREMATORIES
The Workingmen's Union of Halle,
Germany, is Dissolved by
The Prince of Wales is insured for
There is a newspaper in Indon which
is printed with scented ink.
The total loss to life in Martinique
from the recent hurricane was 340.
Berlin is to have an elevated railroad.
Electricity is Ui be the power used.
The proposed ship canal between the
Firth of Forth and the Clyde is revived.
An underground cable is lieing laid to
connect important German fortifications.
The Prince of Wales is ambitious to
race his new yacht in American waters.
Prince Ferdinand of Bulgaria has or
dered 1,000,000 worth of cannon from
Russian newspapers say the Czar fears
no war on account of the Dardanelles
Active supporters of Balmaceda are
likely to lose all their property by con
fiscation. The theosophy fad is infecting London
society widely, and a mission to America
is talked ot.
The police of the Chilian Junta are
still seeking for Balmaceda among the
Kiamil Pasha, who was removed from
the Turkish Ministry, it is said, will be
appointed Governor of Syria.
The Munich papers say William did
not receive a very enthusiastic welcome
on his visit to the Bavarian capital.
A co-operative home for single women
is to be started in Vienna, Austria. Each
will have a share in the houseaeeping.
M. Ader of Paris after expending more
than $100,000 on a living machine has
produced one in w hich he flew about 100
A great outcry is being raised in Fin
land against the recent introduction of
the Russian language into the schools of
Russian merchants want their govern
ment to abolish its free ports on the
Black river in Asia and remove an ele
ment of foreign competition.
F'avorable results are shown in the
school attendance in England under the
free-education act. Manchester had an
increased attendance of 2,000.
The principal article of export from
Russia into Servia is coal oil. There are
at present 3,000,000 kilograms of kero
sene in the port of Odessa ready for ex
port. Since the Pasteur Institute for the
cure of hydrophobia was established in
Paris in 1880 there have been 9,439 pa
tients treated, of whom sixty-four have
The stories of destitution among the
peasants in Russia, owing to the failure
of the crops, are somewhat terrible. In
some of the afflicted provinces the peo
ple have not eaten bread for days.
Sally, the interesting chimpanzee of
the zoological gardens, London, has de
parted this life. She could count up to
seven, had a large acquaintance and had
often been interviewed by Darwin.
In the province of Orel, Russia, bands
of peasants are roving over the highway,
attacking the convoys of grain and food,
even where the convoys are escorted by
Queen Victoria's health is not good,
and the physicians regulate her diet
more strictly than ever. Visitors find a
notable increase in the Queen's aspect
in respect to age.
The International Agricultural Con
gress at The Hague has pronounced in
favor of a State indemnity to owners of
animals condemned to death for tuber
culosis or pleuro-pneumonia.
The Liverpool Elevated railroad, run
ning along the line of docks, is rapidly
nearing completion. Two miles of the
road have been built in the past six
months, and it is expected the line will
be open for traffic next spring. The line.
when completed, will be between five
and six miles in length.
The natives in East Africa have terri
bly defeated the Germans. Three hun
dred blacks under the German com
mander were killed and a large quantity
of guns and munitions of war lost to the
enemy. The victorious natives followed
up their Buccess w ithout mercy, killing
all they got in their power.
A scientific expedition to Spitsbergen,
organized by Herr Sanglin of Stuttgart,
has just left Bremen. Among those tak
ing part in it are Dr. Zeppelin, Prof.
Baur and Prince Karl von Urach. The
object ia to make a thorough study of
the geology oi spitz Dergen and to exam
ine the fishing grounds of the Northern
The collapse of a swindling banking
concern run ny one fechuiz at Luben,
Germany, has caused widespread ruin
to the people who had been induced to
invest their funds with the institution.
Laborers and other poor persons were
led by Schulz' specious promises to de
posit their scanty savings with him, and
fhA reniilt. in that. hnnHraHa nf familiaa
are now mourning the loss of all their
A Romra of thi Condition of It Dl
The fall season is backward about let
ting in, but when it does come it must
come with a rush, for the wholesale com
munity have made preparation! for an
unusually large arnountof trading. Bart
lettsare becoming scarce, and the season
for plums is about over. Prunes are ar
riving freely, and are cheap. There ia a
fair supply of late peaches on band, and
enough grapes to satisfy the demand.
Apples are fx ginning to come in, and
will soon be the leading article in the
market. The vegetable market il well
supplied, and prices are kept firm by a
good demand. The market for dairy pro
duce shows no change except in butter,
which has advanced 2' 3 cents per pound.
Poultry is scarce and firm, ana eggs are
in the same condition.
Valley is ofTering freely, but pricei
anked are above the market and few
transactions are refiorted. The tone of
the market is slightly firmer in sympa
thy with foreign advices. Cables report
cagoes firmer and 3-1 higher. Liverpool
spot wheat is quoted Id per cental
higher, and options are firmer through
out, later months showing a marked
Produce, Fruit. Kte.
Whkat-Valley, $1.52J; Walla Walla,
$1.45 per cental.
Flock Standard, $4.90; Walla Walla,
$4.70 ter barrel.
Oats New, 3Sffl40c per bushel.
Il.iv 112 14 per ton.
Mills-tots Bran, $2122; short, 24
(a 2 ; ground barley, $ 0 32 ; chop feed,
22H23 per ton; barley, $1.20(41 25 per
Blttkr Oregon fancy creamery, 32,'
035c ; fancy dairy, 3 c ; fair to good, 25
27 '4c; common, 15(a2gc; Eastern, 25
(" 31' j cper pound.
Ciieehk Oregon, 1212c; Eastern,
13c per pound.
Euos Oregon, 30c per dozen.
Pocltky Old chickens, 5.50(26.00:
young chickens, $2.504 50; ducks, $5.00
(t8.0d; geese, nominal, 8.00((i9.00 per
dozen ; turkeys, lti(al7c per pound.
Vkoei abi.es Cabbage, 75c(5$1.00 per
cental ; cauliflower, $1(0)1.25 per dozen;
unions.auciaf 1 percental; Deets,$1.25 per
sack; turnips, $1.00 per sack; new pota
toes, 45.f 00c per cental: tomatoes, 40(
50c per box; lettuce, 120 per dozen;
green peas, 3w4c per pound; string
beans, 2(3c per pound; rhubarb, 3c per
pound; cucumliers, 10c per dozen; car
rot:t 75c per sack ; corn, 78c per dozen ;
sweet potatoes, 2 2'4'c per pound.
Fhuits Sicily lemons, $7.00(28.00;
California, $4.500.00 per box ; apples,
60(80c per box ; bananas, $3.504.00 a
bunch ; pineapples,$o.00 (37.00 per dozen ;
peaches, tjOigOOc per box; plums, 2500c
per box; watermelons, $1.50(32.00 per
dozen; cantaloupes, $1.001.50 per
H17.an A? IW1 ttjr cputo ffntnoa Tntan
$1.00 per box; muscat and black,
oc(ctfi.uj per crate, boxes 7oc; pears,
75c; Bartlett, $1.00 per box; nectar
inps. ti0rt?7oc ner crate! erah nnnlon 3
per pound; pumpkins, $1.50 per dozen;
prunes, z(u;.,'-2c per pouna.
Nuts Ca'itornia walnuts.U1 (312)0;
hickory, 8,lc; Brazils, 10lfc; al
monds. 16U 18c: filberts. 13fai4e; nina
nuta, 1718c; pecans, 17fSc; cocoa
nuts, 8c; hazel, 8c; peanuts, 8c per
Hoxey 17'o(318c per pound.
Rice Japan. $5.00; Island, $5.75 per
S ,, t T.ivprnnnl 14 00. 1R riOffllB.OO:
toek, $11012 per ton.
beans Nnaii white, agc; pinK, ac;
bayos, 4c; butter, ajc; limas, 4c per
Coffee Costa Rica, 2;"K21c; Rio,
J3c; Mocha, 30c; Java, 5c; Ar
buckle's, 100-pound cases, 24c per
Si'gar Golden C,4?gc; extra C, 4c;
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cube crushed and powdered, 6J4C; con
fectioners' A, 53vjc per pound.
Sykup Eastern, in barrels, 4755c;
half-barrels, 5058c; in cases, 5580c
per gallon; $2.2502.50 per keg. Cali
fornia, ir. barrels, 30c per gallon; $1.75
PaiEr iRiiTs Italian prunes, 8c;
Petite and German, 7c per pound;
raisins, $1.205H.75 per box; plummer
dripd rtPMrs 861 Hi unn-rlripff mH fac
tory plums, 9c; evaporated peaches,
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ngs, tc per pouna.
flAvsen Goons Tflhlfi friiit.o. tl.lvKa
180, 2s; peaches, $1.802.00; Bart
lett pears, ft.tsotsi o j puuns, f 1.374 (!9
l.ou; straw Derries, jfL'.a; cnernes, fz.zo
fi?9M- blnrkhprrip 1 RRrtf 1 00 . rann-
berrie8, $2.40; pineapples, $2.252.80;
apricots, !fi.ou(i.(U. rieiruu: Assortea,
$1.101.20; peaches, $1.05; plums, $1.00
1.10: blackberries. 1.25 per dozen. Veg
etables: Corn, $1.251.65; tomatoes,
$1.0003.00; sugar peas, $1.1001.25;
string beans, 90c$1.00 per dozen.
Fish : Sardines, 75c01.65 ; lobsters, $2.30
03.50; oysters, $1.5003.25 per dozen.
Salmon, standard No. 1, $1.2501.50 per
case; No. 2, $2.55. Condensed milk:
Eagle brand, $8.10; Crown, $7; High
land, $6.75; Champion, $5.50; Monroe,
$6.75 per case. Meats: Corned beef,
$2.00; chipped beef, $2.15; lunch
tongue, $3.10 Is, $6.00 2s; deviled ham,
$1.3502.65 per dozen.
The Meat Market.
Beef Li"e, 23c; dressed, 56c.
Mutton Live, sheared, 33c;
lloos Live, 5c; dressed, 8c.
Veal 507c per pound.
Smoked Meats Eastern ham, 13J
130; other varieties, 10012c; breakfast
bacon, I214c; smoked bacon, 10
ll?4c per pound.
Lard Compound, 10c; pufe,
I2c; Oregon, 10Ml2c per pound.
Late cultivation in the orchard should
be avoided, as time muBt be given lor
the trees to mature their wool.