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WEDNESDAY, SEPT. , 1890.
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M''Po!anl. 6'4Sa. m. M
ft SjI- m 7'a, mj, exc5ptfimlay.
f Quick time, regular service and cheap
i ....rates ... -
I M. P. BALDWIN,
J Agent, Salem.
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A Few Prices !
A full line of 50-inch all wool sack
ing GOc. a ynrd.
HO-lnch all wool Serges In a large
line of shades 25c a yard
Iloppiekers Gloves, good quality
buck 60c. per pair.
Best quality Outing Flannel.
Heavy nap 10c. a yard.
Indigo Blue prints Gc. a yard.
See the men's suits, our special
value at $5 a suit.
Ladies Capes, beaded and braided.
Stylish cut strap In front $3 each.
Feder's now brush skirt binding
Try it 10c. a yard.
J, J, Dalrymple Co.
Thos. Condon returned to Eugene,
Jake Wengcr returned to Portland
Thos. Holnmn was a Portland busi
ness visitor today.
Fred Neckcrman was a Gervals vis
itor this afternoon.
F. W. Stcusloll was a Portland pas
senger this morning.
Gov. V. P. Lord was a. north bound
passenger this morning.
Attorney Webster Holmes had busi
ness in Portland todav.
E. P. McCornack was a northbound
passenger this afternoon.
D. E. Swank, of Aumsvllle, returned
last cvculng from Portland.
Druggist J. II. Lunn, was among
tho Salemitcs visiting Portland.
Henry Harrild, tho architect, was u
Portland business visitor today.
Kola Ncis, of Albany, was a north
bouud passenger this morning.
0. A. Whalo, tho music dealer, has
business In Canby this morning.
Julius Pincus, a hopbuycr, was an
up-valloy passenger this morning.
Geo. Irwin went to Portland this
morning, on a short business trip.
Senator-elect I. D. Driver catno
down from Eugeno this afternoon.
Miss Rita Rakestraw, of Chemawa,
visited In Salom between trains today.
A. 0. Gordon and Mrs. M. B.
Churohlll went oyer to Newport this
Miss Clara Scott returned this
morning, from a short visit with rela
tives at Monitor.
Mrs. II. L. Yeazlc, Miss Edith
and Miss Vouzle, were patisengors to
Eugeno this morning.
II. E. Chlpman returned to Oregon
City on tho nftornoou train after a
visit with W. A. Moorcs.
M. A. Miller, of Lebanon, passed
through Salem this morning, on his
way homo from Portland.
Miss Nclllo Southwlck has returned
from a 0-months' yUlt, vory pleas
nntly spent at White Salmon, Wash.
A. W. Gicsy went to Portland this
morning and attended a meeting of
the North West Insurance Associat
ion. New Hosiery.
For men, women and children. Tho
"Albert" fast black, unsurpassed for
puro dyes and good wearing qualities.
Priced from loo. up.
Rods, blues, blacks, grays, browns,
etc., 6c. a yard and up. Flno lino
twilled calicoes and printed black
Ono hundred now suits for men,
boys and children will arrivo In a fuw
days. Walt for tho now arrivals and
get tho best values
Now Fedoras, 6t I IT hats, crushers,
straight rims, plantors etc.
Men's nil solid, styllbh and service-
Ma clinta ftl.fifl n nnlrnnrl mi. lWtfr
ones 82 to U. Big values lu ladles
tin A xiillHrMl'il ttlinMI.
Our new capes and Jackots pleuso
.WiuXRro. & .Co.
" iCourt nnd.Ubcrty.
The CafrtiJlDry Goods, Clothing and
f!r !. f r v ", Jjr.r.t t y
I? DULY LINE TO PORTLAND.
Really Fast Black
That's what some hose are not.
Tlmufrn t.tln )nat WO'irlnir nflSP. VfiL
nroduced. the bovs' have double knee
arm spliced heel.
No. 15 for boys.
No. 10 for ladles. ,
All 25 Cents.
Ask to sec them.
A. E. Sauvaln, who has been vlsit
Ini? at the narcntal home of F. L.
Sauvaln, returned this afternoon lo
Dr. J. M. Kcene Is homo from
Spokane where he olllclated as best
man In the Sharpe-Anson nuptials on
the 3rd inst.
J. O. Bozorth went to Portland this
morning to attend a meeting of
Northwest Insurance Association
now In session there.
FreddicFontalnc lmsagaln resumed
bis school work at the Mt Angle Ben
edictine college, after a pleasant va
cation spent at his homo in tins city.
Justice II. A. Johnson now takes
his meals In a hop yard Just across
the river, where his family Is camped
out, picking hops in the meantime.
Frank Bowersox today went to Cor-
vnllte tosnend a few days with rela-
elvcs. Monday he will leave Yaquina
via steamer, for his home at Sacra
mento. Al. Sweglc and Perry Card left this
morning for Portland, and will take
passage on the steamer Columbia to
night for a 10-days' visit In San Fran
cisco. Mrs. Dr. Ilickey, who has been
spending a few days with her sister,
Miss Mona Cowman and Mrs. Geo. G.
Bingham, returencd this morning to
her Portland home.
Miss Lena Knight came up from
Portland on the morning local. Miss
Knight has boon In Ran Francisco
employed as an artist on ono of the
largo dallies, and is home for a short
Gov. Lord has appointed Lee Steiner
a member of tho state board of phar
macy, to succeed D. J. Fry, whoso
torm has expired. Mr. Steiner will
serve for five years, the appointment
being a Just recognition of his ser
vices as a druggist and pharmacist.
Ira E. Allen arrived In the city last
evening, from Spokane, Wash., and
Joined Mrs. Allen here. Mr. Allen
was telegraphed Friday of tho death
of his mother-in-law, Mrs. J. Bower
sox, but being absent on a business
trip to Idaho", he did not receive the
sad news until Sunday afternoon,
upon his return when he at onco left
BARKLEY AND PENNOYER. j
Another Bryan Supplement With Two
Not all could hear Pennoyer and
Barkley at the great Bryan ratifica
tion at Salem. So Tiw Journal has
printed in supplement form the great
speeches mado on that occasion by
those two gentlemen. They twill bo
supplied from this office at $1 per
100 or $7 per 1,000 postpaid. Wo have
still supplements with Bryan's speech
ofacceptanco at Now York and
Mitchell on tho Impossibility of In
Bryan's Convention Speech.
Walter Butchard, tho phonograph
man, received today by express,
Bryan's great "Crown of Thorns'
Chicago convention speech. Tho
friends of tho great silver candidate
at Salem will bo permitted to hear re
produced the actual tones of tholr
candidates' volco. Interrupted by
cheers, laughter and applause. This
will certainly bo a wondorf ul treat to
Wish to Be Separated. Two di
vorce cases havo been instituted in
Murlon couuty circuit court viz; Mary
Delavan vs. James Dclavan and
Claudius Poteo vs. Juno Poteo.
From Nestucca. Two men, White
and Yttlntcr, were drowned Saturday
while ovt in a skiff at tho mouth of
Salmon river. Yalntorused to llvo at
Salem. Both leayo families.
Weather Foreoast. Portland of
ficials say: Tonight and Thursday fair
Insane. Bertha Campbell, of As
toria, and A. W. Ilulse, of Enterprise,
were committed to tlio asylum today.
Nlco razor clams, cheap aUStpjner's
MONTHLY MEETING. -
The Y. M. "CV A. Auxiliary Held a
Meeting Tuesday Aiternoofti v
The Wmiaii'a, Auxlliaiy, oflhe Y.
M. C. A., held Its tegular monthly
nieetihg, I n life parlors (ft the associa
tion, Tuesday afternoon. It was
largely attended and a t lca'ant meet
ing Is. reported, v f t I
There w'aV no special topic 'uhtior
discussion and the usual monthly
paper, by one of the ladies, was omit
ted while the Auxiliary spent the
entire afternoon In planning for their
entertainments to be given durlngOc
tober for the benefit of the Assocition.
The eniertitinmeuts will number, two
and promise to be unusually enjoya
The matter has been placed In the
hands of Mrs. A. N. Bush and Miss
Genevieve Hughes, who will spare no
pains in making the proposed enter
tainments decided successes.
The meetings, of the Auxiliary, are
open to all ladies, of the city, whose
presence Is desired that they may
assist in the commendable work, which
it pursues with so much zeal. Since
the Association has the only reading
room in the city In which are con
stantly kept all the leading publica
tions and periodicals of the day,
where so many young men may spend
the long winter evenings so close at
hand, the ladles' Auxiliary should
receive the generous support of the
public by a liberal patronage at their
entertainments that the library and
other departments, of the Associa
tion, may be maintained.
New Suits Instituted.
W. W. Stephens has instituted a
foreclosure suit against Ernil and
Helen Tegerstrand. Judgment Is
asked for the sum of $400 and Interest
at 10 per cent from July 25, 1895, and
$73 attorney's fee. A decree of fore
closure of -the mortgaged premises,
consisting of 10.50 acres of land In the
Adam Stephens d. 1. c. is also desired.
The action Is to recover on a promis
sory note executed by defendants to
plaintiff on the 25th of July, 1803.
Gray Bros., the hardware dealers,
have commenced suit against Lewis
Pettyjohn, Judgement for four differ
ent sums Is prayed for, towlt: $285.15
and interest from January 10, 1895; $G0
and interest from July 13, 1895; $11.40
and interests from July 6, 1895, all
due on promlbsory notes; and for $7.45
as a balance duo for goods delivered
to defendant, also for $45 attorney's
"How strange it is" remarked a sil
ver man this morning, "that a few
weeks ago when Councilman Rigdon
addressed a crowded house at the
armory It was reported that the build
ing contained only GOO people while It
is reported the name building held
2,000 people last night when Judge
Caples delivered an address. The ex
pansive power of tho old armory Is
certainly remarkably." "I'll tell you
how that can be accounted for" said
another Bryan man, "when the gold
bugs got Inside they drew in their
horns and sat closer together, thus
making more room." Ills solution
of tho mystery seems accepted but for
the fact that the rows of chairs were
placed three feet apart.
This mornlngA.J.Luskwas brought
before Recorder Edes when the state
allowed him to plead guilty to the
charge of simple larceny and was com
mitted to the county Jail. On the
charge of larceny by bailee.He waived
examination and was committed to
tho county jail to await tho action of
tho grand jury, Peter D'Arcy was
counsel for the defendant.
The Ashland public schools opened
Monday with a full corps of teachers
and C.1I. Lltchcock as principal. The
total enrollment for today Is 425.
W. II. Ledgerwood teaches the 0th
and 7th grade.
Case Dismissed. Aftor a post
ponement from 0 a. in. until 4 p. m.
yestorday,owlng to obsenco of import
ant witnesses who failed to put in an
appearance at tho last named hour,
Justice II. A. Johnson yesterday dis
missed the assault and battery case in
which Geo. Bunco was charged with
striking J. C. Straub.
Two Lives Saved.
Mrs. Phcobo Thomas, of Junction
City, 111., was told by her doctors she
had Consunintlon and that there was
no hope for her, but two bottles of Dr '
King's .now uiscovery completely
cured her and slio says it saved her
life. Mr. Thos. Eggers, 130 Florida
street. San Prancisco, suffered from a
dreadful cold, approaching consump
tion, tried without result everything
elso then bought ono bottlo of Dr.
King's Now Discovery and In two
weeks was cured. Ho is naturally
thankful. It Is such results, of which
theso are samples, that prove tho
wonderful efficacy of this medicine in
Coughs and Colds. Freo trial bottles
at Fred 1 Legg's drugstore. Regular
slzo 50o and 91.
Soap Foam Washing Powder
will not make the clothes yel
low, nor burnthe Viands,
IT IS A FRAUD.
The Wy tL .-!-in Statesman Prints
Tnn Jutuui. .prints, .at the re
quest of Jiuirfy .citizens, the Demo-..r-Hi..
nntihnai nliitforinr It is the
plat form on which Bryan was noml-
nntwlmttCliwago ' w,llc" u,l"i "c
accojMJs Uu our telegraphic columns.
Read the paragraphs on the money
question. v . , -
Tumi if!i,i i iw following which the
Salem Statesman keeps standing in its
"Wc'dernand a national money, safe
and sound, iued by the . general
government only, without the liner-
.....!.. i,.. .,1-j .if Iceno. to ne n full
legal tender for all debts, public and
private; a just, equitable and efficient
means or (iisinoiuiuu umu .
people and through the lawrul dis
bursements of the government.
Wn .lni.w.hi ,1m fmA rind unrestrict-
ed coinage of sliver and gold at the
present legal ratio of 10 to 1, and
without, wa tine ior uiu kuumjih ui
foreign nations. . ,
W.J.mfinJ ,lmf thn vriinnii of cir
culating medium be speedily increased
to an amount sufficient to meet the
demands of the business and the popu
lation ot this country, and to restori:
THE JUST LEVEL OF PRICES AND LABOR
wniit. roll Irs raiders whv it has
substituted the above for the Bryan
platform, which Is correctly printed
twice in this issue.
This is agoldbug campaign of lies
and deception and the attention of
tho people Is called to this fraud
practiced by the Salem Statesman.
At the Musio College .Prof.
Heritage, whose valuable services
have been contracted for a term or ten
years, as director of the Willamette
University college of muslc,is making
preparations for opening of school
next Tuesday. The entire building
known as the "Women's College is be
ing overhauled and thoroughly renov
ated. Prof. Heritage had intended
making some substantial improve
ments to the building but owing to
short space of time between the sign
ing or the contract and the opening of
this year's school, no extensive im
provements will be made until next
June. As coon as the various depart
ments ol the University are nicely
started, Trot. Heritage will organize
his various classes. Under the effici
ent management of Profs. Heritage
and Winkler the work intlie music de
partment of the school will be pushed
as it never has for years. Salem and
Willamette University are to be con
gratulated upon retaining the services
of these talented musical Instructors.
Will Meet In Salem. The annual
meeting of the Young Peoples Alli
ance of Evangelical Association will
meet in the East Salem church on
Oct. 12th continuing until the 15th.
Many excellent papers and addresses
are being prepared and a convention
of unusual Interest is expected. The
A. P. A. is a society that engages
in similar work to that of the Y. P. S.
C. L. of its sister churches,
Mistaken. It seems the Journal
was misinformed the other evening in
stating thatChester Murphy had been
hazed at Stanford. Word from the
young gentleman himself goes to show
that there was nothing in the report.
The report originated in the mind of
a mischeivous student who would
likely be quite active in perpetrating
such "jokes" himself. We gladly
make tho correction.
Card Op Thanks. The family of
Rey. J. Bowersox hereby desire to
tender their most sincere thanks to
all their friends for the friendship
and sympathy expressed In loving and
kindly deeds during the recent Illness
and the burial of their affectionate
wife and mother.
Funeral .Today. Funeral ser
vices over the remains of Homer Mc
Causland, were conducted from the
residence on Mission and Fourteenth
streets at 2 p. m. today by Rev. G W.
Grannls. Burial In Rural cemetery.
A Millon Gold Dollars
Would not bring happiness to the person
suffering with dyspepsia, but Hood's Sar
saprilla has enred many thousands of cases of
this disease. It tones the stomach, regulates
the bowels and puts ail the machinery of the
system in good Working order. It creates a
good appetite and gives health, strength and
Hood's Pills act harmoniously with Hood's
Sarsaparilla. Cure all liver ills. 25 cents.
Tho first term will open September
21. Pupils received fjtmi primary to
hitrh school erodes. Classes small.
and best personal work given to each
pupil. Vocal music one hour each
week by Prof. R. A. Heritage. Draw
ing, and plain and artistic needlework
eacli week by specialists. Tuition
low. Patronage cordially solicited.
Mrs. J. E. Watson.
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Bucklens Arnica Salve
The best Salve in the world 1 for Cuts,
Sores, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
and all Tetter. Chapped hands, Chilblains,
Bruises, Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to
Live per fee satisfaction or money refunded.
Price 35 cents a box For salt by Fred A
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A REPUBLICAN RALLY.
Judre Copies TalVs for McKinley and
Hobait at the Armory.
Take out the persons on the public
pay rolls, and directly or Indirectly
interested in public pap, and there
would not have been" many left of his
own political persuasion to hear Judge
Caplcsatthe Armory Tuesday night
As" one Republican saidr "It was
not argument we wanted. Ifr was
enthusiasm we went tiierc to get.'
People who weut there tb Iictc argu
ment on the greats gold and silver
question were disappointed. The
speaker took pains to InsUifc Major D.
C. Sherman, commander of the Grand
Army of Oregon, a lifelong Republi
can who Is now a Bryan man, and the
crowd displayed Its "enthusiasm."
Tho meeting at the Armory was at
tended by. a large number of silver
men who do not relish tho way Mojor
Sherman was treated, and Grand
Army men who were present and in
doubt as to bow to vote were obliged
to go away prejudiced In favor of the
cause of free silver, because they had
expected to hear facts and arguments
instead of personal abuse. They will
not so soon again attend upon the
grand Moguls of Goldbugism sent out
Do you like Develed Ham 1 If sotry our 5'cent
article it's all right. We have some very Jgood
canned Apricots that we are closing out at 10c
Washing ammonia, full quarts, 15c per bottle,
HflRRITT & LAWRENCE,
P. O, Grocery,
Agents for WorldBeater Soap,
CLYMER. At the residence of Clarke
Rodgers, seven miles south of Salem
on the Jelferson road,atf ii.m.tTiK"
day, Sept. 8, 1890, the infant daugh
ter of John R. Clymer.
Funeral services were conducted at
the family home at 10 a. 111. today by
Rev.E.II.Belknap,of Turner.buried in
the Cornelius cemetery.
State of Ohio, City of edo, I
Lucas County, (
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is
he senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney
& Co., doing business in the city of Toledo,
county and state aforesaid, and that said fiim
will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL.
LARS for each and every case of Catarrh
that cannet be cured by the use of Hall's
Sworn to before me and subscribed in my
presence, this Cth day of December, A D.
(, .. A. Vy. Gleason,
I Sea1'. l Notary Public
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
and acts directly on the blood and mucons
surfaces of the system. Send for testimnnials
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Q.
EETSold by Druggists, 75c.
. THE JOTTRNAT. silver KnnnliuriAntG
at $1 a hundred are going olf rapidly.
Raise a little fund of dimes and quar
ters and supply all your neighbors
wild campaign liierature up to ciate.
Some people suffer with a constant
headache that comes from eyestrain,
and the proper remedy is a proper pair
of good glasses properly fitted by
Charles II. IIikubs.
235 Commercial St. tf
Will Not PerformMlracles
But It Will Cure.
DR. MILES' RESTORATIVE NERYTNE
euros nervous prostration. Not ml
raculously, but scientifically, by first
removing the germs of disease, and then
supp)7tutt healthy nerve food, Increasing
the appotlte, helping dlK&ion and strength
ening tho entire system. Desperate cases
require prolonged treatment as Uown by
that of Mrs. M. B. Reed, ot Delta, Iowa, who
writes: "As the result of a ligntningtroke,
tho physicians said I had a light stroke ot
para'-sis, my limbs would all draw up. I
Dr MllCS' wou'd hao throbblngs
unendurable. For three
months I could not sleep
and tor three weeks did
not clobo my eyes. I
nraved for slpon nn1
felt that It relief did not come I would be
aeaa or insane. I tooic Dr. Miles' Restora
Uvo Nervine and the second night slept two
hours and from that time on my health Im
proved; slowly at first, but steadily and
surely. I took in all 10 bottles, and I cannot
express how ratoful I am, for I am now
perfectly well, and have taken no medicine
for over four months." Dr. Miles' Nervine
U sold by druggists on guarantee that first
bottle benefits or money refunded.
Book pn heart und nerves free. Dr. Miles
Medical Ca, Elkhart.lnd.8 mw
CWedne$dy andi .Thufaiay
Do' hot think 'becaUse! it is' dry now you will riof
them, Prepare for the raih now at prices von !ti
later, - Y W,U not W
257 Commercial st.
The dealer who says, "1 have no
noo Cake Miap," practically admit
that he does not sell first quality
good. Jf-hesays he has something
"Just as iroon" you will know at once
that he is tryihg to sell you an in
ferior article. There is more cloathing
destroyed by poor soap than by actual
weai', as the free alkali rots the cloth.
Hoc Cake contains neither free alkali
nor worthless filling.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
To the Taxpayers of Marion County.
The county board of equalization
will convene at 9 o'clock a. m., Aug
ust 31, 1896, and will be in session six
consecutive days. D. D. Coffey,
county assessor. d&w
Dealer in groceries, paints, oils,
window glass, varnishes, and
the most complete stock of
brushes of all kinds in the
state, Artists' materials, lime,
hair, cement and shingles, and
finest quality of grass seeds,
FOR SALE OR TRADE Two improved
lots, nil kinds of fruit, on street car line, at a
big bargain for cash; add res 11, this ollice,
"WINTER PASTURE. .For good winter pas
ture for horses inquire one block west of the
North Salem school. Robert Crayton. 9 9 im
FOUND.r-Medicine case. Owner can have
same by proving property and paying for
tms cam. 9 9 3t
PICKLING CUCUMBERS. I have a fine
lot of pickles for sale at my ' place near the
penitentiary. Five cents per gallon.
9 1 im A. N. BANTA.
TAKEN UP.,-Two horses, one brown with
white spot in forhead, left hind foot white
One bay, both hind feel white and branded
on left shoulder. Horses are about 4 years
old and weigh about 1,500 and 1,300 pounds.
Tho above stock was taken up at Lafe
Townsend's farm 10 miles north of Salem. By
proving property and paying damages and
expenses owner can have same.
S 29 im J. W. TOWNSEND.
FoK SALE Dnvine mare for sale at a bar
gain; weight about 1 160; good traveler, In
quire of Wm. Brown & Co. 30 tf
CARPET PAPER Large lot of heavy
orown wrapping paper lor sale cheap, las
the thing for putting under carpets. Call a
PLOW FOR SALEr-A good riding plow for
sale cheap. Inquire of G. E. Payne, one
mile east of penitentiary, 6t wi I
VANTLt. Solicitors for campaign book
"Bryan. Sewall and Free Silver." authorired
by Bryan, written by R. L, Metcalf, Editor
umaha WorldMlerald, appointed author py
Bryan. Contains speeches and platform. A
bonanza for agents, a free silver mine for
workers. Only $1.50. The only autnorized
book. 50 per cent. Credit given. Freight
paid Outfit free. Begin now with choice
of territory. Permanent, profitable woik for
'96. Address The National Bcok Conce n,
Star Building, Chicago 810-301
Tho Rosy Froshnoss
And a velvety softness ot the skin Is Inva
riably obtained by those who use Powokj's)
New York, Sept. 9. Silver. ic. 1, .
""" LIVE STOCK
Chicago. Sept. 9 .-Hoes--Lulu ,,
3 4S;heavy $2.30(3)330. ,iI-'
Caiilb-Beetes 3-5.So; co w
heifers $1.25(3 25. "
' Sheep 'Matket loe lower
9 Wheat, cash jV,
Portland, Sept. 9 Whe.il
52; Walla Walla, 4849.
flour Portland. 275; Benton
2.7S! graham. 2.30; supertine. J2.15 ,
Oats-White, 33'Ci gy, 80?ojoiu
in bags, $4.255.2S, barreU, 45:
Potatoes.. Oregon, 85c per cL
Hay . .Good, iolo.SO per ton.
Wool.. Valley, 89c; Eastern Orcmt,
Poultry Chickens, mued.Jj.oo broil.
ers, $l.2S2.25J ducks, uy, gttse, $j(36;
turkeys, live, 10.
Hides, .green, s.-il.eil 60 lbs 5c, od
60 lbs 44VCc; sheep pelts, lufffftm'.
Hops Contracts for new troy arc bnaj
made at 6a6c.
Butter. .Oregon fancy creamery, 15(835;
fancy dairy, 202S; fair to Rood, I7$Jm;
Cheese .Oregon full cream, 9
Eggs.. Oregon, ujcperdoz.
Beef. .Topsteers, 2.252.4o per lb; fair
to good steers, 2Vt2 3-5i "wi, I'Jjfc
dressed beef, 344c
SAN FKANClhCO MARKET.
San Francisco, Sept. 9 --Wheat, 9
Wool.. Oregon' choice.tollc; inferiors
7c, valley, 8qc
Hops Quotable at 24C.
Potatoes 6o90cper "Mick.
Oats -Milling, S9-
Wheat. .41c per tu., market firm,
Oats .232SC .
Hay .Baled, cheat, 7 oo7.25; timoili;,
1 Flour.. In wholesale lots, 2.80; reiA
3.00; bran, balk n.5012.30; sacked, lira;
shorts, 12.5013.50; chop feed, ll,i
Poultry .. Hens 5c; tyring chickens, 5c i
Veal Dressed, 3VJ.
Hogs.. Dressed, 23lA
Live Cattle.. 1 ?2
Sheep.. Live, 1.25.3
Wool.. Best, I2c.
Hop.. Best, 45c
Eggs.. Cash. ioc.
Butter. .Best dairy, I2,c; hm.) cuia ij
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Farm Smoked Meats, l.v 1, 6yte,Uti
00: shoulders, 5c
Potatoes.. 70c per bu
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