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SIBl EXPERIENCE OIL. . . ., populists m sioux
/Tominated by Mhitlle-of-tlie-Road Pop-
PACIFIC COAST NEWS
Cum mereiai and Financial Happening«
of Interent in the Growiuf
For President—Wharton Barker, of
Sioux Falls, S. D., May 11.—The
National convention of the People's pur
The Ship St. Mirren Encount sy began business at 2:20 o’clock today, Nominate Bryan for Presi
For Vice-President—Ignatius Don
nelly, of Minnesota.
Bounty for Seal Scalps.
the hill on the western side of the city
Cincinnati, May 13.—What is com
Chairman Kendall, of the fisheries
if Sioux Falls. There have been larger
monly known as the Midlde-of-the- committee of the Astoria Progressive
FOR VICE-PRESIDENT Road Populist party, but according to Commercial Association, is circulating
FURIOUS WAVES AND NO WIND -rowds in attendance upon national TOWNE
jouventious, and possibly there have
I leaders of tbe movement is the one aud a |>etition among the danners and those
>eeu questions upon which more en
only People’s party, placed its national most directly interested for subscrip
The Platform Denounce« the Gold ticket in the field today.
tions for a fund to be used in paying a
Standard, Imperialism, and Gover<
bounty of $1 each for seal scalps and
which have been marked by more evi
■or Steunenberg of Idaho.
$2.50 each for sea lion scalps. The
dent siucereity of purpose or more pro
The People’s party of the United fund is to be placed in the han Is of the
nounced decorum of behavior.
For President—W J Bryan, of States assembled in National conven- secretary of the association and war
Astoria, Or., May 14.—The British
The big tent was arrayed in full
(tiou this 10th day of May, 1900, affirm rants drawn against it by the fish com
ship Saint Mirren that arrived in this dress attire for the reception and enter Nebraska.
For Vice President—Charles A. ing our uushaken belief in the cardinal missioner. This subscription list is
morning from Yokohama experienced tainment of its guests, and the struct
tenets of the People’s party, as set the result of an effort being made by
a peculiar phenomenon last evening. ure proved in every way equal to the Towne, of Minnesota.
forth in the Omaha platferm, aud the association to exterminate one of
It was about half past 6 when Captain service required of it. The interior of
Siuox Falls. S. D., May 12.—The pledging ourselves anew to continued
Cordiner, the bar pilot, boarded het the tent was made resplendent by a National Populist convention conclud advocacy of those grand principles of the greatest enemies to the fishing in
from the pilot schooner San Jose. lavish display of the national colors. ed its session and adjourned sine die . human liberty until right shall triumph dustry. It is claimed that a sea lion
The wind at that time was blowing The platform was libera I ly decorated i after nominating Hon. W. J. Brvan for over might, and love over greed, do will devour four salmon every 24
light from the south, and there was with tbe Stars and Stripes, and the up president and the Hon. Charles A. adopt and proclaim this declaration of hours, aud as there are at least 2,500 ol
these animals hovering aliout the mouth
only a moderate swell on. Suddenly rights of the structure l>ore aloft execel- Towne for vice-president. The nomin faith:
of the river, 10,000 fish or 4,000 cases,
the sea to the southward was seen to lent black and white portraitsof Wash ation of Mr. Towne was only accom
First—We demand the initiative and representing aliout $13,360, are" being
be in commotion, as if a hurricane war ington, Jefferson, Lincoln and Bryan. plished after a struggle of several hours’ referendum and the im|>erative man
destroyed each day. The intention ol
blowing, but the wind did not increase
The accommodations for delegates, duration, in which an effort was made date.
the association is to have the law
as an immense wave approached the for distinguished guests, for the press to have the question of the nomination
Second—We demand the public
vessel. The ship was tossed alout and for ordinary visitors proved excep of a vice-presidential candidate referred ownership and operation of those means amended so as to set aside a portion ol
for over two hours in a sea that would tionally good, equal to those of most I to a committee to confer with the of communication, transportation and the license money for paying this
bury her in the water and then again conventions held in.buildings of more Democratic and Silver Republican production which the people may elect, bounty, but this cannot be done until
lift her up and drop her down. The permanent character. A floor was laid parties in their national conventions. such as railroads, telegraphs and tele the next session of the legislature, and
in the meantime the funds are to l>t
seas frequently washed clear over her. over the space assigned to the dele
A motion to this effect was defeated phone lines, coal mines, etc.
raised by subscription.
After this had continued for about two gates, and comfotrable seats were as by a vote of 268 to 492.
Third—The land, including all
hours it subsided as quickly as it had signed to all in attendance. The aeons- i Both candidates were nominated by natural sources of wealth, is a heritage
14 Years for Highway Robbery.
risen, and the wind immediately shift tic properties of the tent proved to be I acclamation, but before the result was of the people, and should not be monop
Maitin Everett, an American citizen,
ed from south to east, then in a short equal to those of most halls of equal reaehed various candidates
were olized for speculative purposes, and was sentenced at Vernon, B. C., to 14
time to northwest, going almost around size, and it is needless to say that the placed in nomination, aud their names alien ownership of land should be jfro- years’ imprisonment for highway rob
the compass in a few hours. The wind lighting and ventilating facilities were successively withdrawn. Both nomin hibited.
bery, alleged to have been committed
from the northwest was soon in the first-class. The weather was ideal in ations were accomplished amid scenes
Fourth—A scientific and absolute about a year ago at Grand Forks, B. 0.
nature of a gale, and the ship was un all respects.
I of great enthusiasm.
paper money, based upon the entire Six months ago the case was laid be
der lower topsails during the night,
There were probably 500 delegates in
wealth and population of the nation, fore United States Consul Dudley, and
but no injury was done to her. Cap their seats, and surrounding tnem was
not redeemable in any specific commo- he presented it to the state department
“The People’s party of the United | dity, but made a full legal tender for at Washington, D. U. The sentence
tain Hamilton and Captain Cordiner a ring of alternates and visitors num
at first thought that a tidal wave was bering 600 to 800. Seats had been pro States, in convention assembled, con all debts and receivable for all taxes caused great surprise, as it was known
coming, but the long succession of big vided for a much larger number, but gratulating its supporters on the wide and public dues and issued by the that the case had become an inter
waves leads them to the belief that the attendance did not appear meager, extension of its principles in all direc government only.
national matter. Consul Dudley to
there must have been an earthquake in and it may be remarked that what was tions, does hereby reaffirm its adherence
Fifth—We demand the levy and col night apprised Secretary Hay of the
lost in attendance was compensated fot to the fundamental principles pro lection of a graduated tax on incomes sentence.
His prior representation!
The self-recording government l>a- in enthusiasm. From the arrival ol claimed in »ts two prior platforms, and and inheritance.
to the state department were favorable
Tometer in the office of Weather Ob the Minnesota delegation bearing Bryan calls upon all who desire to avert the
Sixth—We demand the election of to Everett’s contention that his arrest
server Johnson, of this city, shows that and Towne banners there were out subversion of free institutions by coi- president, vice-president, federal judges by Canadian officials at Republic,
about 4 o’clock yesterday morning bursts of applause on every convenient porate and imperialistic power to unite and United States senators by direct Wash., was unwarranted.
there was an electrical or seismic dis opening and upon the least provocation. with it in bringing the government back vote of the people.
Fatten« Kasteru Oysters.
turbance in this vicinity and the tele
The day was devoted to speech mak to the ideals of Washington, Jefferson
Seventh—We are opposed to trusts
graph wires also gave evidence of it at ing, little business being accomplished. and Lincoln. It extends to its allies in and declare that the contention be
Mr. Wachsmuth expects another car
the struggle for financial and economio tween the old parties on monopoly is a load of Eastern oyster seed for his beds
the same time. While the ship was
Explogion Near Ketchikan.
freedom assuianees of its loyalty to the
experiencing the waves off the mouth
near Ovsterville. With him the rais
Ketchikan, Alaska, May 3.—Mr. principles which animate the allied sham battle aud that no solution of ing of Eastern oysters is no experiment,
of the river the barometer remained
this mighty problem is possible with
forces and the promises of honest aud out the adoption of public ownership of as he is the pioneer in the business on
steady. This would indicate that the
waves resulted from an earthquake day evening, bringing the news of a hearty co-operation in every effort for public utilities.
the North Pacific coaBt. He has had
their success. To the people of the
that happened early in the morning,
fully matured Eastern oysters to Bhip
and as the effect of an earthquake in i steamer R. P. Elmore was immediately I United States we offer the following
FIGHTING IN PHILIPPINES.
for two years past, and each year has
Japan is felt here 10 days later, it can i dispatched with Drs. Story and Hop I platiorm as the expression of our un
increased his importation of Eastern
Largs Rebel Force Attacked American oyster seed.
readily be estimated how far away it
He has never succeeded
bring them here for treatment. The
Scouts. But Were Routed.
“Resolved, -That we denounce the
in propagating them here, but depends
victims were: Ole Sordahl, who suf act of March 14. 1900, as the culmina
Manila May 12. — A force of 500 in entirely upon the growth of the oysters
fered a compound fracture of his leg, tion of a long series of conspiracies to surgents attacked 25 scouts of the he plants for hiH profits. The demand
ST. LOUIS STRIKE.
and serious internal injuries; another deprive the people of their constitu Forty-eighth regiment near San Jacinto, greatly exceeds’the supply.
EiTorts to Settle It Failed—A nothev man, whose name was not learned, tional rights over the money of the province of I’angasinan, Monday, but
who, to me the doctor’s expression, “is nation, and relegate to a gigantic were routed by the scouts, 10 of their
The Riverside TenniB Club has been
St. Louis, May 14.—The features of I shot all to pieces,’’ and has a very poor money trust the control of the finances, number being killed. The Americans organized in Arlington, Or.
the day in the great street railway chance for his liie; two others badly aud hence the people.
lost two killed.
Gold.drist is as much a medium ol
strike was the conference between Gov shaken up and bruised.
"We reaffirm the demand for the re
April 26, the rebels burned and exchange at Sparta, Or., as it was 35
ernor Stephens, the members of the ex refuses to have his leg amputated, opening of the mints of the United sacked the town of Trocan, near Bulu- years ago.
ecutive committee of the local street though it is frightfully lacerated and States to the free and unlimted coin can, murdering natives who were
H. M. Stevens and W. F. Yeck, who
railway employes' association, and the splintered, and may cause his* death.
age of silver and gold at tbe present friendly to the Americans and two
officers and attorneys of the Transit
Spaniards. The Americans killed 37 are operating the Darnell mine, have
legal ratio of 16 to 1.
Stock for Employes,
made application to the city council for
Company, called for the purpose of as
“We demand a graduated income of the insurgents.
Minneapolis, May 11.—The Great
a franchise to operate an electric light
certaining if some sort of an amicable
understanding could not be arrived at Northern Railroad, in accordance with , “We demand that postal savings with two companies of troops, attacked plant in Kalama, Wash.
to end hostilities.
The conference its promise, has placed 10,000 shares ; banks be established by the govern General Mojica’s stronghold near
An effort is on foot to organize a
lasted several hours, but at its conclu- 1 of its stock on sale at par for its em- ; ment.
of National Guard at Cottage
sion Governor Stephens announced that ploy os. The shares are to be handled
“With Thomas Jefferson, we declare brass cannon and plenty of ammuni Grove, Or. The required number of
nothing had been accomplished.
the land, including all natural sources tion, but after three hours of fighting names have been secured and many
The Suburban Company operated its Employes’ Investment Association, | of wealth, the iualianable heritage of the insurgents fled. Their loss is not more are available that could be had.
system under police protetion during Ltd., nilnaged by officials of the road. | the people. The goverumeut should so known.
The Ameericans lost two
Dr. R. E. Stewart, of Goldendale,
the entire day without interference, | Employes purchasing stock will be-, act as to secure homes for the people killed and 11 wounded. They destroy Wash., has a collection of over 80,000
and was patronized liberally by the
and prevent laud monopoly.
ed the enemy’s rifles, powder and stores. perfect Indian arrow heads, besides
public. The Transit Company ran lv»u *3,000 a year or over may buy Btock, , "Transportation being a means of
Tbe insurgents have suffered a heavy several thousand imperfect ones, and a
cars over one branch of its system, but and none may hold more than $5,000 | exchange and a public necessity, the loss at Tabako, province of Albay, I large and rare collection of Indian
attempted to carry no passengers.
government should own aud operate Luzon. Two hundred riflemen and 800 curios.
Another fatality as a result of the is requisite for purchasing employes. the railroads in tho inteiest of the bolomen were preparing to attack the
The supply of milk at the Browns
strike was recorded tonight. As Flora
town, aud Captain Lester H. Simons,
ville, Or., creamery is increasing. It
Siegfried, a young woman, was crossing I this action means a gift of over $500,-
Washington street, carrying an infant 000 to its employes. There will be dis the age, are the result and culmination volunteer regiment, advanced to meet | now averages over 3,500 pounds per
in her arms, she was hit on the head by , tributed in dividends on the stock $70,- of the private ownership and control of them and killed many. The insurgent day, and still there are a few more
a brick that had been huiled at a 000 a year.
the three great instruments of com leader, native priest, was wounded who have not commenced supplying
passing car on the Suburban system,
Wardner Investigation Cloned.
merce—money, transportation and the and captured after his horse had been milk yet, but will do so later.
Her skull was fractured, and she died
Navigation on the Upper Columbia
Washington, May 11.—The Coeur means of transmission of information. shot from under him. Three Ameri
shortly after being carried to the City d’Alene investigation was brought to a The one remedy for the trusts is that cans were wounded.
is to be a reality, it is said, even
though the boats of the |>ortage com
close today when Frederick C. Robert the ownership and control be assumed
WRECK DUE TO CARELESSNESS pany fail to materialize. J. A. Pound
The street car men of the East
son made the final argument for those aud exercised by the people.
Louis line struck this afternoon.
“Applauding the valor of our army At Least Six Peraons Killed in the has commenced work at Arlington on a
making the charges. He took occa
boat that will be capable of stemming
sion, in his address, to make a fervent and navy in the Spanish war, we de
Accident nt O'Neill.
Still the Champion.
the current of the big river at any stage
plea for organized lafxir, and in partic nounce the conduct of tbe administra
Denver, May 12.—A special to the of water.
Seaside Club, Coney Island, May 14. ular for the unions, which he contend tion in changing a war for humanity
Republican from Cheyenne, Wyo.,
— In the fastest, prettiest and closest ed, were being oppressed and discrim into a war for conquest.
C. T. Moore, the Blaine, Wash., mill
heavy-weight ring battle ever fought inated against in the mining region.
“We extend to the brave Boers of says:
The charred remains of two more man, who platted the original townsite
in New York. James J. Jefferies has re The committee will not take up the South Africa our sympathy aud moral
affirmed his right to the championship.' subject with a view to determining support in their patriotic struggle for victims of the Union Pacific accident of Blaine for the Cain Bros., is making
at O’Neill sidetrack were found in the preparations for the building of a com
In the arena of the Seaside Sporting upon a report to the house until the I the right of self-government.
wreckage today. Both Itodies was so plete sawmill and box factory on the
■Club tonight he decisively defeated Jim military academy bill is diiqrosed of.
“We denouuce the pratice of issuing
badly burned as to reuder identification Semiahmoo side of tbe Blaine harltor.
Oorbett, once champion of the world ,
injunctions in the cases of dispute be impossible. One of the liodies was that Everything is arranged, and the mill
Collision at Sea.
himself, after 23 rounds of scientific
will l>e placed in operation as soon as
Astoria, Or., May 11.—The British tween employers and employes.
fighting. It was a clean knock-out,
“We indorse municipal ownership of of a boy. Papers in the pockets of one it can be constructed.
of the unknown victims found yester-'
that came so quickly that it dazed the ihip Argus, Captain Hunter, in ballast, public utilities.
Five well developed cases of small
thousands of keen, alert, intent specta from Port Los Angeles, to Portland,
“We demand that United States day indicate that his name was Daniel
tors and left them in doubt as to just arrived at the quarantine station today, senators and all other officials, as far Fhay, and that 1 • had recently been pox are reported at Forest Center, Stev
how the winning blow war delivered. having on board 15 of the crew and as practicable, be elected by direct vote employed at Rock Springs. The other ens county, Wash., three and on .--half
unknown found yesterday has not yet j miles north of Springfield. Dr. Baker
It was avowed that it was a left-hand four passengers of the Hawaiian bark of the people.
been identified, aud the remains of rejiorts the cases are in three different
ed jolt to the jaw, but Jeffries himself folani, Captain C. C. McClure, sugar
Cargo of CoiFre Spoiled.
Fireman Louis Ilenta have not yet been families. It is said the members of
and Referee Charley White, who stood laden, bound from Hilo to San Fran
San Francisco, May 12.—Ou the last found. When the accident occurred the families have l>een around town as
at his side, say It was a right-hand cisco, which was sunk off the coast
near San Francisco on the night of voyage of the Acapulco, from Panama a car loaded with sulphur caught fire, usual and many people have been ex
May 3-4, in a collision with the Argue, to this port, $12,000 worth of coffee and transformed the wreck into a sea posed. The county commissioners have
Grewt Fire in Japan.
was destroyed, and the Pacific Mail of flames. The wreckage is still burn been notified of the cases and a quar
the Iolani being a total loss.
San Francisco, May 14. — Mail ad
Company, not only is out the freight ing and renders the work of searching antine has been established on the three
The Plague I« at flong Kong.
vices from Yokohama give particulars
money on the shipment, but will have for additional victims exceedingly families.
of the big fire at Fukin, a large town
- , May , 10.—The
to stand the loss as well. The destruc hazardous. Thus far, the remains of
The Belllngton Bay Rod and Gun
on the western coast of Japan, April States consul-general at Hong Kong tion of the cargo was the result of pack
three men and three boys have l»een re
18. The flames originated in the sub- cabled toda-T that tbe I’1“«"6 htt“br<’k*“ ing sheep dip into the same hold with covered and it is lielieved other bodies Club has made arrangements to pro
urbs of the city, and were carried by a out at tbat P°rt-___________
the coffee. The matter is being in will be found before the search is com cure 20,000 rainbow trout fry for Lake
Whatcom. This variety of trout is the
heavy wind to several parts of the city
The lumber town of Corbett, Pa., vestigated.
handsomest, gamest and )>est ot the
at once. The fire rage for six hours population 5(H), was destroyed by a for
Washington, May 12.—Major-Gen- j
before it could be controlled. Sixteen est fire. Only five buildings are left eral John R. Brooke today assumed the cause of the awful accident discloses trout family on the Pacific coast and
hundred houses, including 30 temples standing. Two were killed and many duties of commanding general of the the fact that it was due to the care the advantages of securing a plentiful
supply of these fish are so great that
and all the principal buildings, were seriously burned.
department of the Eart, mcceeding lessness of an employe The last train the club intends to establish a nursery
burned. Sixteen persons peri-hed and
The old settlers of Adams county, Major-General Weselv Merritt, who to was a westbound freight, in charge of for them near tbe foot of the lake where
nearly 100 more were injured. The
day, with Mrs. Merritt, sailed for
the young fish can be brought to an age
property loss is estimated at 5,000,000 Wash., will have a reunion at Ritzville Europe in search of health.
Conductor Hendricks’ crew.
size to care for themselves.
yen, or about $2,500,000.
Corn for Indian SufiTfrer«.
Middle of the Road.
unknown n an was killed at
New York, May 12.— A dispatch
Mill« Suspend Operation«.
New York, May 12.r—The steamer
Cincinnati, May 11.—Today at 1:30
Tifton, Ga., May, 12.—All the nills P. M., the Sliddle-of-tbe-Road Popu Quito sailed today for Tlombsy with to the Tribune from London says: Marcus, Wash., while attempting to
belonging to the Georgia Saw Mill list National convention was called to 200.000 bushels of corn for the famine Lord Halisbury took the grace out of steal a ride on a freight train. His
Association will be run on two-thirda older at Robinson’s Opera house. uietrict. This is the Urgent cargo ever the recent visit of the queen to Ireland head was almost severed from the body.
time after today. This affects thous There were 4*0 persons in the delegates' carried by any vessel on a similar occa by the vehemance with which ho
H. B. Moyer has temporarily closed
ands of operatives and decreases th« | chairs and 750 in the galleries when sion. It comes from the people of ail warned Irishmen that recent events in his sawmill on the Calapoola.
output of yellow pine in this state near National Chairman Deaver rapped for denominations in every ;>art of the South Africa proved that therej.-ould has between 400,000 and 500,000 feet
not be practical independence any
Committees were appointed United States. It is expected tbe voy where in the empire with opportuni of lumber, which will shortly find its
way to tho valley, mostly to Browns
and retired to their halls.
Ignatius age will be made in 40 days.
Schroeder Sall« for Guam.
ties for arraying hostile forces against ville. Mr. Moyer will soon move his
San Francisco, May 14.—Commander
Last year 4,700,000 cubic yards of the imperial government. It was a mill below the old logging camp, where
Schroeder, the successor of Governor dress, in which he declared that the materisl was dredged out ol the Duluth- trenchant, but acrid speech, and was ho expects to cut nearly 4,000,000 feet
Leary, of Guam, sailed for his port of Middle-of-the-Roader* must stand to Superior harbor.
not well timed.
duty today on tbe steamer Coptic.
Demand and Weaker
Are the Features.
Bradstreet’s says: The trade situation
this week may be summed up in tho
phrase, inactive demand and weaker
prices. While in many respects tho
industrial situation is easier than it
was, the unsettlement in the building
trades continues marked, the reflex ac
tion being exhibited in the unsettled
demand for building material and
weaker prices for lumber and for many
products used in the building industry.
Iron and steel buyers are still bold
ing off, most of the business done lieing
for small lots fur immediate consump
Relatively good reports come from
the retail trade at moat centers, not
withstanding the backward spring, but
as yet tbe volume of reorder business
from wholesalers and jobbers has
proved disappointing. Finished cotton
and woolen goods remain steady.
Wool is weaker, owing to tbe re
stricted demand from manufacturers
aud in sympathy with lower prices set
at many grades at the London wool
Relatively a good report comes from
the distribution trade in shoes, but
manufacturers are banging back in
their purchases of leather, and bides
are rather weaker.
Relatively the best trade reports
still come from the Pacific coast mar
kets, but better weather conditions at
the South have tended to brighten
trade reports from that section.
Wheat, including flour, shipments
for the week aggregate 8,480,704 bush
els, against 5,537,022 last week.
Business failures in the United States
for the week number 174, as compared
with 158 last week.
Lettuce, hot house, 40@45c dos.
Potatoes, $16(817; $17@18.
Beets, per sack, 50@60c.
Turnips, per sack, 40@60o.
Carrots, per sack, 75@85c.
Parsnips, per sack, 50@75c.
Cauliflower, California 85@90o.
Celery—40 @ 60c per doz.
Cabbage, native and California,
$1.00(31.25 per 100 pounds.
Apples, $2.00(32.75; $email@example.com.
Prunes, 60c per box.
Butter—Creamery, 22c; Eastern 22c;
dairy, 17 @22c; ranch, 16@17o pound.
Cheese— 14 @ 15o.
Hay— Puget Sound timothy, $11.00
@12.00; choice Eastern Washington
timothy, $I8.OO@ 19.00
Corn—Whole, $23.00; cracked, $23;
feed meal, $28.
Barley—Rolled or ground, per ton,
Flour—Patent, per barrel, $8.25;
blended straights, $3.00; California,
$3.25; buckwheat flour, $6.00; gTa-
ham, per barrel, $3.00; whole wheat
flour, $3.00; rye flour, $firstname.lastname@example.org.
Millstuffs—Bran, per ton, $13.00;
shorts, per tori, $14.00.
Feed—Chopped feed, $19.00 per ton;
middlirigs, per ton, $20; oil cake meal,
per ton, $80.00.
Fresh Meats—Choice dressed beei
steers, price 8c; cows, 7c; mutton 8o;
pork, 8c; trimmed, 9c; veal, 8H(9
Hams—Large, 18c; small, 18j£;
breakfast bacon, 13>vc; dry salt sides,
Wheat — Walla Walla. 51@52c;
Valley, 52c; Bluestem, 54c per bushel.
Flour—Best grades, $8.00; graham,
$2.50; superfine, $2.10 per barrel.
Oats—Choice white, 86c; choice
gray, 83c per bushel.
liarley—Feed barley, $14@ 14.50;
brewing, $16.00@ 16.50 per ton.
Millstuffs—Bran, $13 per ton; mid
dlings, $19; shorts, $15; chop, $14 pet
Hay—Timothy, $9@ 11; clover, $7(9
7.50; Oregon wild hay, $6@7 per ton.
Butter—Fancy creamery, 80 @ 85c;
store, 22 *e @ 25c.
Eggs—13c per dozen.
Cheese—Oregon full cream, 18c;
Young America, 14c; new cheeee 10c
Poultry—Chickens, mixed, $4.00(9
4.50 per dozen; hens, $5.00; springs,
$email@example.com; geese, $firstname.lastname@example.org for old;
$email@example.com; ducks, $6.O0@7.00 per
turkeys, live, 14@15o per
Potatoes—40@65c per sack; sweets,
2@2Hc per pound.
Vegetables—Beets, $1; turnips, 75c;
per sack; garlic, 7c per pound; cab
bage, 1H° P,'r pound; ftarsnips, 75;
onions, 8c per pound; carrots, 50c.
Hops—2@8c per pound
Wool—Valley, 12@18c per pound;
Eastern Oregon, 10@15c; mohair, 27(9
80c per pound.
Mutton—Gross, beet sheep, wethers
and ewee, 8?.c; dressed mutton, 7(9
7!« c per pound; lam lie, 5^0.
Hogs—Gross, choice heavy, $5.00;
light and feeders, $4.50; dressed,
$firstname.lastname@example.org per 100 pounds.
Beef—Gross, top steers, $email@example.com;
cows, $firstname.lastname@example.org; dressed beef, 6H<9
7?io per pound.
Veal—Large, 6H «7 Hd small, 8(9
$>!<• per pound.
Tallow—5@5Sc; No. 2 and grease,
8J»@4c per pound.
Ban Fraaei.ea Market.
pound; Eastern Oregon, 12@16c; Val
ley, 20@22c; Northern, 10@12c.
11 @ 18c pet
Butter—Fancy creamery 17(917j<c;
do seconds, 18@16 he; fancy dairy,
16c; do seconds, 14@15c per pound.
Eggs— Store, 15c;
Millstuffs — Middlings, $17.00 «
30 00; bran, $12.50« 18.50.