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ood River Glacier.
HOOD RIVEft, OREGON, SATURDAY. NOV EM HER 7, 1891.
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Money Loaned on Real Estate Secnrity
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Grant Evans, Propr.
Second St., near Ouk. . Hood River, Or,
Shaving ami Hulr cutting "fatty dun.
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GOLD HILL'S CINNABAR VEIN.!
Heavy Business Done Along the Rio
Grande in Smuggling In
Horses and Cattle.
Fresno Ih considerably agitated over
thu (Iihk"iiI of ita niuiiiiiiy,
One day lant week sixty tramps were
put oil' the train between Yuma and
( regon 'a State f u nd h am ul I ex hutlHt ed.
The last legislative levy has proved in
sufficient. .1. T. Hayne of Portland bus lxen
eli'cU'd Grand Chancellor of the Knighlu
of Pylhiaa of Oregon.
A cinnabar vein, sixty feet in width,
lias been discovered near Gold Hill, Or.
The ore in iinmciiHcly rich.
Tho Cliino sugar-lieet factory will run
until iVeember. So far 824 tons of gran
ulated sugar have lieen turned out.
In Nevada the total tax levy through
out the State is over $3,000,000. The
total levy on railroads is nearly $2,000,
001). it is lielievcd the property involved in
the Davib will ease at Itutte, Mont., will
lie divided anions the claimants and fur
ther litigation will be auKpended.
The tailors of Vancouver, 15. C are on
a Htrike localise the bosses have refused
to pay extra for all pockets over four in
coats. Tho bosaea want five pockets al
lowed. The HrltiHh sealers Otto and K. B.
Marvin, seized in BohringSea, have lieen
released at Vancouver, 15. C, by direc
tion of the Ird Commissioner of the
The Oregon Grantl Lodge of the
Knights of Pythias voted that hereafter
no saloonuien shall lie admitted to mem
bership in the subordinate lodges of the
. order in the State.
A Fresno physician ia recommending
eucalyptus tea, made by boiling the
leaves, to all bis patients suH'ering from
malarial troubles, and the discovery is
thought to be quite an important one.
From observations made by Prof. Is
rael C. Kussell, who was sent out by the
United St atea government and the Na
tional Geographic Society to explore the
region aliout Mount St. El as, the
mountain is between 18,000 and 19,000
Walter Law of the firm of W. & J.
Sloane of New York city has presented
$1,000 to the Lick Observatory for the
purpose of publishing a series of en
larged heliogravure plates of the moon
made from the photographs taken with
the great telescope.
M. E. Wisdom and J. W. Bailey of
Portland have purchased the Point
' Breeze Htock farm in Baker county, Or.
There are atiout fifty fine brood mares
on the place, and the celebrated stallion
Challenger ia at the head of the stud.
The price was $150,000.
Santa Barbara is to have a boulevard
100 feet wide on the beach in front of
the city just above high-water mark and
protected from the sea by a heavy bulk
head. The sidewalks and roadway will
lie naved with bituminous rock and lined
with, double rows of trees.
Mr. and Mr. Gladstone Will Past the
Winter In Italy Death of Mri.
Mr. ninl Mm. Gladstone have l-t i r
mined to piiHH thu winter in Florence.
Tennyson, who i h In excellent health,
ha JiiHt Ix'en giving sittings for a r
trait. Mr. llnrriNoii ha been chosen an
honorary iihmiiImt by the Association of
the King's I laughters.
Iril l.ylton la In such precarious
hi'itlth that he Juts Itiindcr consideration
to resign his xlst of British Minister to
Secretary Foster's jmrtrait aim just
Is-en painted for the TreHiiry Ih'part
inent liy Miss Blanche 1". King, a young
Warner Miller hit Ijuwi studying tin
caiial system of 1 lollaud ami the water
way that the German government in
count met iii; at Kiel. I le in to take part
in the- New York State rwiti jwicn.
The lli'iitli of Bishop William J, Boone
(Episcopal) of China is Biinonneed. The
Bishop, wild WBN the HOII (( Bishop
Boone of China, diil milch to forward
the cause of Christian missions in that
eoninrv. ninl wan entire v devoted to In
After publishing a ureal variety of
contradictory and alarming stories aliout
the health of the ijuecii of Kouinania
the Iondon iicwHpniM-m aM ar to have
reached the conclusion that there is
nothing very terrible the matter with
her after all.
Many of the valuable gems in the col
lection of the I lohen.ollf rua are to lie
utilized in the const ruction of the new
crowns recently designed by Kuiieror
William for himself and the Kmiires.
Both crow ns are to lie of gold, that of
the Kmpresa a little the smaller of the
Mr. Hpurgeon waa only 111 when he
pleached his first Bcrmon. F.veu then
Ida elixpiem was remarkable, and
within a few years he had gathered
alxiiit him a large congregation. At that
time be w hs a pale and slender stripling,
with a noticeably large head. His ro
tundity of liody came many years later.
William Cotter, Jr., of Hartford,
Conn., must have a remarkable memory.
He is a registrar of voters, and the Tin!f
says that of ll'.lKHJ names on the list he
claims to lie able to tell from memory
the residence and politics of each one,
and also in cases where a person has
been alsent in Hnroe, or staying in
some oilier part oi me country, to tell
where be went and when.
Scurvy and typhus fever are raging in
the wake of the famine in Russia. The
Xiirotii says that famine prevails in thir
teen different governments of the coun
try and l4,(XM,tk;0 persons are in urgent
need or auecor. The government is pur
chasing corn for the use of the famish
ing peasants. The government is also
negotiating for the purchase of large
quantities of breadatufl'a in the United
Annual Report of the Auditor of
Treasury for the PostorTico
The reKrt of Lieutenant Cow lea upon
the wreck of the United States steamer
Despatch has I teen received at the Navy
Department. It is merely a brief state
ment of the facta already well known,
and contains no comment nor explana
tion whatever. It is customary in such
cases for the officer (b reserve liis testi
mony for later use under oath.
In bis annual report to the Secretary of
tho Interior Governor Prince of the Ter
ritory of Now Mexico refers at length to
the iKwflcial results which, he thinks,
will accrue. from a settlement of the dis-
nutett hpantsli and Mexican land claims
I by the Court of Private Claims recently
organized, lho Governor insists from
any point of view that New Mexico is
entitled to Statehood.
The annual report of the Auditor of
the Treasury for the Postollice Depart
ment, showing the receipts and expend
itures of the department for tho fiscal
year ended June 30, 1801, has been sub
mitted to the Postmas'ter-tieneral. It
shows that, the postal revenues during
the year were ifOS.D.'UJKS. The expend
itures to September !50, 1801, were $71,
002,402, leaving an excess of expendi
tures over all revenues of $5,730,077.
The amount placed with the Treasurer
to the credit of the department, consist
ing of grunts from the general treasury
in aid of postal revenue under the act of
June 30, 185)0, was' $2,200,000. The ex
cess of the expenditures over the grants
Chief Harrington of the weather bu
reau in the report of the opeiationa of
the bureau eince its transfer to the De
partment of Agriculture July 1 last
says the service has been reorganized
with a view of carrying out the ex pressed
intention of Congress to especially de
velop and extend its work in the inter
est of agriculture. Since July I new
service has been organized in Arizona,
California, Utah, Florida. New Mexico,
North Dakota, Oklahoma, Virginia,
Washington, West Virginia and Wyom
ing. The most practical and the most
highly complimented portion of the ex
clusive work of the State service is the
issue of a weekly weather crop bulletin.
On September 30 there were over 1,300
weather signal display stations in opera
tion, an increase of about 100 per cent,
in less than three months. There are
now probably 2,200 voluntary observers
in the United States, reporting to the
weather bnreau, and steps are being
taken ' to cover every section of each
State and Territory? so aa to leave no
section without atatio;is from twentv to
thirty miles apart.
Cartor Harrison Buys tho
JOSIE MANSFIELD MARRIES
Tho Mannor in Whioh the Ballots i
Ohio Are to Be Distinguished
From Each Other.
St. Paul earn have letter boxes.
Carter Harrison is said to have Imugh
the Chicago Timet for $400,0(10,
Anthracite coal has Is-eu discovered in
the district of Alberta. Canada.
mi j i .
i oh iiauan uonsui in lioston a t lives.
tigaung the condition of Italians.
I he public schools of Oawatomie
Kan., have been dosed for wantof funds,
Chicago will elect a buildinif in mem
oryof Columbus at a cost of $1,000,000,
Ihe postmaster of Philadelphia has
ordered his suiKirdinates to stay away
irom me races.
The govern merit is about to begin the
work of preparing a bydrographic survey
oi wie ureal i.hkcs.
A Justice of New York has just de
chum inui you neeu not pay lor a inea
at a restaurant unless you eat it
The financial statement of the Pull
man I alace Car Company shows a stir
plus for the past year of $2,W.),223.
A moonshiners' church in Alabama
and a secret oath-liound moonshiners
club in Georgia are promoting lawless
ness by wholesale.
In the ,0 "0.000 letters that reach
me oettii-ieuer omce last year mere waa
money amounting to 2S.(M2 and checks
and notes of the value of $1,471,871.
Four men were shot by the Mexican
military auiiioriues a lew miles across
the bonier from Itio Grande City, Tex.
They were charged with. Iieing revolu
J. and F. D Molleuhauer will start s
new sugar factory in Brooklyn, with i
capacity of 1,200 barrels refined per day
It will open next July. It will lie inde
pendent of the trust.
, Septemlier statementof the Santa
. . Railroad Company shows that the
gross earnings of the system for the
fourth week in September were the larg
est in tne History oi tne company
The validity of the new constitution
o! Kentucky is to be contested on the
ground that the Constitutional Conven
tion made numerous changes after the
instrument was ratified by the people
Josie Mansfield, whose relations with
Jim Fisk and Kd Stokes brought her into
public notoriety in New York twenty
years ago, was married recently in Lon
don to Robert L. Keade, a New York
A statement prepared at the pension
oflice shows that the pensions issued
during September numbered 27.044. on
which the first payments aggregated $4,-
0 -viiii. i ne average nrst payment m
each case was $137.32.
M. R. Hanson, reputed to lie a wealthy
lumlierinan at Hanson, Wood countv.
Wis., is alleged to have signed the name
oi ueorge llilea, a Milwaukee million
aire, to $.")0,0X) worth of fraudulent na-
per. Hanson has disappeared.
There are thousands of dead fish alont?
the shores of the Upper Mississippi. The
river fell lower than for twentv years.
leaving large numbers of fish in nools
which gradually dried up, and the fish
have since died on the bed of scorching
The Bank of Columbia and theOolnm-
bia Banking Con pan v of Columbia.
Tenn.. have assigned, the canital Htoek
of the former is $100,000 and that of the
latter $00,000. It is claimed that the
creditors of both institutions will lie paid
On each ballot to be cast according to
the provisions of the new election law in
Ohio are to be these distinguishing de
vices mat nave oeen adopted by the par
ties: Republican , eagle; Democratic.
rooster; Prohibition, rose: People's.
plow and hammer.
The influx of Chinamen into thu
United States from Mexico continues.
and it is only those who are unaware of
the prohibitory law that are caDtured.
Those who know they are breaking the
laws generally evade the officers. Fif
teen were arrested last week.
The Cramps will enlarge their Dlant
for ship building on the Delaware river
to eight tunes its present area. Seven
launching ways are to lie constructed,
large enough to admit the building si
multaneously of seven vessels of the size
of the war ship Philadelphia.
One of the recent evidences of a grow
ing interest in trade with the United
States on the part of the countries to the
southward is to be seen in the announce
ment that a permanent exposition of the
products of Mexico and Central America
is to be opened in New York.
James A. Bradshaw, engineer of the
Ragle I-oek Company works at Terry
yille, Conn., approached W. A. Hough,
aged 17 years, and ordered him to go to
another part of the shop on an errand.
Bradshaw had no authority over the men,
and the boy refused to obey. Bradshaw
picked the boy up in his arms, and car
rying him to a vat of vitriol in the room,
dipped hiin in, head downward, lefore
the other employes in the room could
interfere. The boy'B hair was all burned
off, bia scalp ia raw,,hia face and neck
ware horribly burned, and both eyes
were burned out. Bradshaw has disappeared.
An Iowa Public School Gives a Holiday
That the Children May Attend
Wellesley College opens this year witli
New York has turned away 10,000
seiiooi children that cannot fe housed
President Angell threatens to close the
University of Michigan if gambling is
The gain in population in the United
I- w.f,. . ....... .....
nuites irom iu to jwhi was lin per
cent, and in the school enrollment l'.5
There are said to lie over 23.000 In
dians in the United States who can read
Knglish and over 10,000 who can read
Northwestern University at Evanston,
in ... ... ... .!
hi., rias followed tne example o( Cornell
and abolished the barbarous cane rush
lietween the freshmen and sophomores
The schoolmaster is iroim? to lie abroad
in England more than ever. The Lon
don School Board is educating 20.8iiH
more scholars now than they were three
The management of the public schools
at Mason City, la., declared a recent
Thursday afternoon a holiday in order
that pupils might attend the races. The
action has caused much comment.
The census statistics show the train in
population in the United States to be
4. Kb per cent., while the enrollment of
children in the public schools is 20.54
per cent. This is a healthful indication.
The Cornell school of law has enrolled
Mrs. Marv Kennedv-P.rown. a. irrndiinto
of Wellesley and a young w idow, as one
of its students. She is the first ladv
whose name appears on the school list.
The endowment of the new Chicago
University is now over 2.000.000. and
more than 000 students have already en
tered the first year's course, which w ill
Ix'gin, it is expected, in the autumn of
Austria has not only a hiifh school of
agriculture, but fifteen intermediate and
eighty-three primary agricultural schools
besides nine chairs of agriculture in pol
ytechnic establishments and agricultural
Prof. Harris, United States Commis
sioner of Education at Washington, in a
letter to Assistant Postmaster Sturgeon
of St. IiOuis. who had requested his
views aa to corporal punishment in
schools, has replied that the fewer the
cases of such punishment the better the
schools are likely to lie. and that en-1
ightened sentiment is airainst the use of
Cornell University has opened with an
attendance in excess of that in anv ore-
ceding year. Up to date 1,370 students
in an departments nave registered, and
a number are in attendant, especially
post graduates, who nave not yet regis'
tered. A noticeable feature is the in
crease of students in the courses in arta.
pnnosopny and electrical and mechan-
A remarkable career in the teaching
profession was brought to a close some
two weeks since bv the resignation of
Miss Lucy D. Bliss from the principal
ship of the Plain Primary School, Stock
bridge, Mass. Miss Bliss began teach
ing in town when 10 years old. and
taught continuously, with the exception
oi one year, lor about titty-tour years
Three generations in Stockbridge have
beinin their school life under the instruc
tions of Miss Bliss.
Use of Chloride of Gold and Manga
nese Successful for the Cure
uovernor Steele ot URiauoma lias re
George W llham Curtis says Tammany
is an organization lor plunder and with
Edward F. Searles is to present to the
town of Methuen, Mass., a fine statue of
lhere is much excitement at Clifton
Forge, Va.,over the threatened uprising
oi the negros, owing to the lynching of
one of their number.
The noted telescope makers. Alvan G.
and George B. Clarke of Cambridge.
Mass., who made the lens for the Lick
telescope, have dissolved partnership.
Mrs. Parnell proposes, if she recovers
her health, to write a memoir of the
great leader and relieve him from much
of the blame cast upon him on her ac
The original site of the old Valley
Forge? Washington's headquarters in
the winter of 1777-8, has just been sold
for $10 per acre. The tract embraces
There is a rumor at Washington that
Governor Steele of Oklahoma is to su-
persedeCommisaionerof Pensions Raum,
who, it is asserted, has resigned, to take
effect November 30.
The length of the twelve-inch gun for
the Monterey is thirty-seven feet, and it
is designed to propel an 800-pound pro
jectile twelve miles, necessitating a pow
der charge of 000 pounds.
Prof. Totton in a military lecture at
Yale remarked that the average age of
the 110 men in, the class was 21 years,
and he added : " Upon graduation you
will have before you about forty-eight
The largest Sunday-school in the
world is in Stockport, England. It be
gan in 1804. It now contains 5,000 pupils
and 440 teachers. It has registered dur
ing its existence 70,000 scholars arid
Government schools are to be estab
lished in San Salvador, where free edu-1
cation will be given to women to fit them
for places in the government offices as
postofhee clerks, printers, telegraph and
Pritchard Imitates John
L in Brutality.
SCURVY AND TYPHUS FEVER
n the Wake of the Famine In
Russia The Czarina Gives
an Immense Sum.
Berlin'a debt is $50,000,000.
Austria wants Germany to admit
American cars will be used on an En
Government management baa reduced
railroad fares in Saxony.
Th re thousand people in London have
the influenza or la grippe.
A co-operative home for single women
ia to be started in Vienna.
The first consignment of American
bacon has arrived in Berlin.
London theaters issne aomethinir like
50,000 free passes every year.
The sarcophagus of the Einrjeror Fred-
erick baa been placed in his tomb.
It is reported that Italy has decided to
abolish the decree against American
The German interior press ia showing
considerable hostility to the Chicago
The Czarina has given 20,000,000 rou
les to the Russian famine sufferers from
her private purse.
A unique present by the British war
office to the Salvation Army was 30.000
An English doctor at Simla. India, has
succeded in discovering, separating and
neutralizing a special microbe of leprosy.
Russia ia experimenting very exten
sively with the idea of nsini? metal
sleepers upon the railroads in that
The time limit of the Russian loan
which is being taken up in France has
been extended from October 31 to No
It is estimated that no fewer than 70.-
000 girls are employed in the public
nouses and drinking bars of the United
there are said to be nine inmates of
the camberwell (England) workhouse
who have reached ages varying from 103
to tun years.
. led Pritchard, the London pugilist,
waa laat week sentenced to a month's
imprisonment for a cowardly assault
ujion a Dameeper.
A new method of torture has been dis
covered by Siberian lailers. wherebv
prisoners are compelled to subsist on
salt herring alone.
The endeavor to strengthen the trinle
alliance between Germany, Austria and
itaiv Dy commercial union is not
greasing very favorably.
The fishing fleet of Yarmouth, Eng
land, have returned to port, and pive
fearful descriptions of the effects of the
recent storms on the coast.
In Vienna the Prefect of Polie Vina
ordered an investigation of whether the
long, sweeping skirts of ladies tend to
spread contagious diseases.
A Judge in Glasarow has decided that
the amount of copper used in tinned
green peas was not dangeroua, and that
me process need not be stopped. -
until recently the Roval Palace at
Berlin has been lighted on v bv candles
emperor vviiuamnas naa cas run. in
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aim is now arranging ior electric lights
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The civil authorities of Leipsic, Gen
many, have struck a crushing blow at
the sausage industry in that mimtrv hv
deciding that it is illegal to use dog meat
The latest report from Turkestan indi
cates an abundant crop of cotton. The
cotton grown there ia from American
seed, and the development within a few
years nas been wonderful.
The English Conservatives have been
prematurely jubilant over havintr eseaiwd
the leadership of Goschen. Telegrams
irom lialfour denv that he had bpn of.
fered the leadership.
Forty-three of the leaders of th rev
olution in Uruguay are in prison at Mon
teviueo. vr. rantoieon i'erez was shot
while trying to escape from the barracks.
Martial law prevails.
Peat fuel has been found verv siircpsa-
ful in Russia. It is produced by a patent
process, and is cheaper than coal, has
less weight and bulk, and contains
scarcely any aulphur.
The Pope in a note to the nowera sava
the recent Pantheon disorders were of
extreme importance, and insists it is
impossible for both the Italian govern
ment and papacy to remain in Rome.
An agrarian lawsuit in tho Cmiciisns
in which the plaintiff is the Prince of
Mingrelia, has so many people concerned
with it, the witnesses amounting to
2,000, that the court is sitting in the
open air. '
The British and the Portuguese' hav
ing settled their quarrel in MaBhona
land, are amicably working together to
construct a railroad from the Indian
Ocean to their adjoining possessions in
the far interior.
Some estimates of the wonderful
value of the fishing industry of Great
Britain can be gained from "the state
ment that the total catch of fish on th
. coasts of England and Wales in 1800 was
lilt ivm t i.li .. .
utiu,w Kins, cauiubiyo oi sneu nsn.
Frorfueo, Fruit, K.tn.
Wheat-Valley, $1.501.5' j Wall
Walla, $l.4'iwl 42'i percental.
Flock Standard, $4.8'J; Walla Walla,
$4.00 per barrel.
Oats Nsw, 40rS4:5c pe' bushel.
Hay $11 tl3 per ton.
MiixsnT Bran, $182 19; shorta, $20
t21; ground barley, $22.50f25; chop
feed, $20tl2 per ton ; feed barley, $20
per ton ; brewing barley, 1115 per centa1.
BcniiK Oregon fancy creamery, 35(i
37sc; fancy dairy, 3 (t '3 .,; ; fair to
good, 25 27ic ; ' common, " 15(22,'8c ;
Eastern, 25rc31 .e per pound.
Crntasa Oregon, 12,'ic; Eastern, 14(i
15c per pound.
Eoos Oregon,. '0c; F:astern, 25(227,'
Poultry Old chickens. $4.50r."r5.00;
young chickens, $2.50W4.00; ducks, $5.00
8.00; geese, $9.00i 10.00 per dozen;
turkeys, 15c per pound.
Vkuktabi.ks Cabbage, nominal, 7.c(
$1 percental ;caulirlower,$l 25 per dozen ;
Onions, 75cf$l per cental ; potatoes, 40
00c per sack ; tomatoes, 40(t50c per lox ;
sweet potatoes, Piiic ier pound; Cali
fornia celery, 75j per dozen bunches;
fancy Oregon celery, 50c per dozen
Fnt'iTH Sicily lemons, $8.50; Califor
nia, $5.50rtfo.5!) per box; apples, 608Jc
per box; bananas, $3.0U'a:3.50 a bunch;
pineapples, $4rtt(j per dozen; peaches,
.jOirt 75c per box ; grapes, Tokay, $1 per
box ; muscat and black, 75ff!K)c per crate ;
pears, liowSjc per pound; quinces, $1
rtl.25 per box; cranberries. tl0ll per
barrel ; Oregon cranberries. $9.50 per
Irnrrel; Smyrna figs. 20c per pound:
citrons, 27c per pound.
Nuts California walnuts,ll,r?12e;
hickory, 8'.ic; Brazils, 10llc; al
monds, l(K18c; filberts, 13(3 14c; pina
nnts, 17(8 18c; pecans, I718c; cocoa
nuts, 8c; hazel, 8c; peanuts, 8c per
IIoxev 17Jo(eil8c per pound.
Salt Liverpool, $14.50, $15.50.'5;lfl.50;
stock, $1112 per ton.
Rice Japan, $5.00; Island, $5.75 per
Bkans Small wlrt te, 2'4'c ; pink, 2 c
bayos 3'c; butter, h!ac; limaa, a
Coffee Costa Rica, 2.),j(321c; Rio,
21 ; Mocha, 30c; Java, 25l..c; Ar
buckle'a, 100-pound cases, 22'4C per
Si-oar Golden C,43gc; extra C, 4l2'c;
white extra C, 4i8e; granulated, 5V;
cilie crushed and podered, 6c; con
lectioners' A, 5ac ; maple sugar, 10c per
Syrip Eastern, in barrels, 47S55c;
half-barrels, oOfccoSc; in cases, o5(i80c
per gallon; I2.2ofcc2.60 per keg. Cali
lornia, in barrels, 30c per gallon ; $1.75
Dkiko Farms Italian prunes, 8c;
Petit and German. 7c per pound;
raisins, $1.20(41.50 per box; plummer
dried pears, 8(a9c; sun-dried and fac
tory plums, 9c; evaporated peaches,
Slgllc; Smyrna figs, 20c; California,
figs, 7c per pound.
Canned Goods Table fruits. $1.05
180, 2JiS; peaches, $1.802.00; Bart
lett pears. $1.80al.9J; plums, $1.37 s.(a
1.50; strawberries, $2.25; cherries, $2.25
2.40; blackberries, $l.851.90; rasp
berries, $2.40; pineapples. $2.252.80;
apricots,$1.60(ctl.70. Pie fruit: Assorted,
$1.10(91.20; peaches, $1.25; plums. $1(5
1.10; blackberries. $1.25 per dozen Veg
etables: Corn, $l.251.65; tomatoes,
$1.003.00; sugar peas, $1.00(1.15;
string beans, 90c$1.00 per dozen.
Fish: Sardines, 75cl.(5; lobsters, $2.30
((73.50. Condensed milk : Eagle brand,
$8.10; Crown, $7.00; Highland, $6.50;
Champion, $5.50; Monroe, $6.75 per case.
Meata : Corned beef, $2.00 ; chipped beef,
$2.15; lunch tongue, $3. iO Is, $6.00 2s;
deviled ham, $1.35(5 2.05 per dozen.
Nails Baae quotationa: Iron, $3.00;
steel, $3.00; wire, $3.50 per keg.
Ikon Bar, 'il4c per pound.
Stew. 10'2c per pound.
Tin I. C. charcoal. 14x20, prime qual
ity, $8.008.50 per box ; for crosses, $2
extra per box; roofing, 14x20, prime
quality, $6.75 per box ; I. C. coke plates,
14x2v), prime quality, $7.75 per box.
Lkad 43ic per pound ; bar, 6Lac.
Solder 13ls16lac per pound, ac
cording to grade.
Shot $1.85 per sack.
Naval Stores Oakum, $5 per bale;
rosin, $4 80(85.00 per 280 pounds; tar,
Stockholm, $12.50; Carolina, $7.00 per
barrel ; pitch, $6 00 per barrel ; turpen
tine, 65c per gallon in carload lota.
The Meat Market.
Beef Live, 2)c ; dressed, 5Gc.
Mutton Live, sheared, 3c ; dressed.
Hogs Live, 5c j dressed, 7c.
Veal 67c per pound.
Smoked Meats Eastern ham. 12(3
13'iic; other varieties. 12Uc: breakfast
bacon, 1315c; smoked bacon, lll4
11?4C per pound.
IjArd Compound, 10c; pure. llf13c:
Oregon, 10j12,c per pound.
Bides, Wool and Hops.
Hides Dry hides, selected prime.
9c; kc less for culls: creen. selected.
over 65 pounds, 4c ; under 55 pounds, 3c ;
sheep pelts, short wool. 3050c: me
dium, 6080c; long, 90c$1.25; shear
lings, iiKaauc ; lauow, good to choice, 3
3c per pound.
Wool Willamette Valley. 17cai9n;
Eastern Oregon. 10(M7c per nound.
according to conditions and shrinkage.
tiopa JMominai ; iii(cji&c per pound.
Bass and BsKg-ina;.
Burlaps, 8-oz 40 inch, net cash, fie:
burlaps, 10o-oz , 40-indh, net cash, 7e;
burlaps, 12-oz., 45-inch, net cash, 72c;
burlaps, 16-oz., 60-incb, lie; burlaps', 20
oz., 76-inch, 13c. Wheat bags Calcutta,
22x36, spot, 9c ; three-bushel oat bags,
8c. Centals (second-hand wheat bags).