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TILE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 9, 1900.
1 ft Canal J. C. TI1E NEWS OF PRESCOTT Pitscott. Ariz., A us. 7. (Spec ial cor respondence of -th-:- -Republican.) J. P. Dillon has announced himself as a can- j -iittm-for the office of county assessor, ' subject to the acttcn of the democratic ' county convention and Cob Header has? ' done likewise in regard to the nomina tion for county treasurer. We are informed tha't Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Murphy will start for Prefcott about the 20th cf this month. Mr. Mur phy's arrival is looked forward to with a great deal of int;rest. as upon his de cision, after considering upon the ground th? question of the advisability or tearing out and rebuilding this fall upon the site of the old Bellevue hotel, the ejection of the present occupants uf the buildings depends. A coaching party cf ladies and gen tlemen drove out to Thumb butte last evening to enjoy a moonlight view of the surrounding country from the high-t-f: point on th buite. Among the par ty were Mr. and Mrs. HazcUin?. Mr?. R. R. Coleman, Misses Criley, Fisher, Lynch, Carr and Davis, and M. s?rs. Harry Brown, Porter, Bate and Dr. Metzgar. They drove out In the "Sweet Marie" behind one of Mr. Ruffner's cU cbrated four-horse teams. The Iron Springs Outing Club have it-sued invitations to- a nmber of our poople to be present at the hop to be given v.'i the springs Friday evening next in honor of the opening of the pa vilion ju-Et completed there. Friday evening being the night when Luna U billed to arp,:ar in her most re.-plender.t b auty, the Iron Springers (or danc ers.) may expect a goodly number of the invitations -to be acceepted. During-Jast Saturday nigh-'s storm a telephone pole in front of the Sherman housa was struck by lightning and a large number of wires burned out. Burke & Hickey thought a s-eonci vis-itation of a grea-t powder blast with in a month had come upon them, to heap destruction upon their new quar ters and reduce this also to the pres ent dead level of the old Burke hot 1. At a blasting of the ground today in excavating for the foundation for' the new Burke hotel, several teams of hors es standing within a block of the scene i.r the explosion -took fright and at tf mpted ta run away, but were stopped before much damage had been done. All day long amid the ruins of the va rious building on Gurley and Mont gomery streets may be h-.ard the heave, hoi" "Ail ready, now:" of the gang bosses as the old walls are forced down by the gangs vf men with heavy In am-1 prying against -.hem. and again we hear the cry of warning b fore a blast that has bren ret Is about to be discharged. ' Thy latest news is that Mrs. Levi Bashford will build nothing at present upon the lots owned by her on Gurley i .reet, except the building to be erected 3EFORC f.n Arrnn i ' i-'iirv-w ..n.ii i . Buck T . ; S3 t;'?0' '"" rUj&iclan.will .-u;ckly.-.,royc.iol ' a.i m r- 1 M-rJ T Vti. I . 'V -U"1-"".' ' J,V ''"p:','-11 inns. I.'rrv,,!" Hrhiiitv; r.;rV,y,7.,M,,';','Tr-.i. 'I"1 ""r'''1 '? ",r ' "" ninety por crnl ro tmnhlM with . -. 1 1 ' , N r' ' "'""ly known rpmxlv tr, piirnn-iiliom utt-ntH-rntion .'"Mc-fHinionl- V A written cn-.rnm.-n civon tin! ni..m r rp.nrn. ,1 if s,x hnxra I.., net cilo.:i a, pcriurunt euci tlXt) a box, six f,.r f.Vcri, t,y mnil. Kpnd f.ir : circular mid tfPOm.jiii.ils. .trmrjini cuts. Adlrpn-. IHVOt fl EOII I.MR :.. T-. o. i:u- -75, Sun l'ra.icisco. CiL Jl-r Sole bv For Bale by Ben L. Bear, Drueglst. BUCKEYE WASSON, Prcs't., J. ERNEST WALKER, Sec, M. W. MESSINGEK, Yicc-Prcs'f. HAVE YOU BEEN TO BUCKEYE? BETTER HURRY ! Cheap Lands with Perpetual Water Rsghfcs, only $53.00 per acre . A Cana! With a Good Head of Water, in this, the dryest test of the ages, will do to tie to At the office of the JT ft i 26 South Second for the Eurmister Sons Co. The Bri-i'cy N?ws cV Cor rather since the fire called the Fresco tt News Co.) is consid ring an offer for the sale of its news ttand to a well known young man of this city. Mr. Thomas and sins are contemplat ing a change of business after the 150h. Attorney J. C. Wakely was thrown from his horse a cnur-le vf days ago, and suffered a dislocation of the left shoulder. He was well att n led, how ev.r, by Dr. Scarborough, and is doing as well as can b3 expected. Mr. Scope! 1 beginning the building of a large brick residence on the cor ner of Marina and Goodwin f.treets. The public library building i. an as sured far.-t, to be erected on the north east corner of the plaza but it cannot now be begun until the squatters en the grounds have been furnished other quarters, probably next spring. Mr. Geo. Pheurman left today for a :rip vast, and while gone will attend a meeting f the Supreme Lodge of the Knights of Pythias in Detroit. Mich. The dancing school class 1? giving its bi-monthly reception at the Dake's opera house this evening. Mrs Friedman has opened a dancing class for chilar n en Tuesdays and Fri day;; in the afternoon. The city council has given Mr. Stur tcvant the contract to "water th o- city" from a i, :nt near Del Rio. MRS. GEO. WOOSTER. AUGUST FLOV."KR. "It is a surprising fact." says Prof. Houton, "that in my travels in all parts of the world, for the last ten years, I have met more people having used Green's August Flower than any other remedy, for dyspepsia, deranged liver and stomach, and for constipa tion. I find for tourists and salesmen, or for persons filling office positions, where headaches and general bad feel ings from irregular habits exist, that Crcen's August Flower is a grand rem edy. It does not injure the system by frequent use, and is excellent for sour stomachs .and indigestion." Sample bottles free at Wal'elin's Pharmacy, or T. F. Hudson's. Sold by dealers ill all civilized coun tries. TEEATRICAL NEWS Late News Notes About Actors and Actresses. : J. Checver Goodwin is the author of the lyrics in 'Toe lingers Brothers in Central Park." Blanch Walsh fviit.s tnat she is ia Paris and will sail for home August 11. She says the first thing : he did wli.n Ehe reached the e-xpusiticn city was t" buy her tickets f a- America, tine v.-.iu. I rait take chanc es of being stranded. Mary Mannei ing and Ik r iiusoan.1. James K. Hackett, will have the moun tains of Colorado ttie first week in Au- (llch If ;; r0"-e''l ll'ArlT fit Stw,:ii,i.,.u... -..-i hrr':M 'l I tnpot-r.--y. rln- HH-juuca tht-iivor, Uifi :. ft'i'l th" N'tn.iry i)r-.-inflef tl lujiiir.uvs. to Avenue, Phoenix. ITs' gust and return to New York. M Manne-ring will tegi "Janice Meredith" tl: in rehearsals of last week in August. Ford & Bratton are the the lyrics and music f th Peter F. Daly will ping authors of new songs in 'Hodge Podge & Co." Mr. Dailey's numbers are called "Not for a Day. But for All Time," "I'm the General History's Been V.'aiting For,' "Spring Tim-' Bells," "My Golf Girl," and "My Sun llower Sue." V.rhen Maclyn Arbuekie was defeated for justice of the peace in Texarkana, Texas, and determined to abandon th law for the stage, he wrote to the edi tor of the New York Clipper asking his advice as to how he could gain entrance to the stage door. He was sententi ously advised to "keep out." But he did not, and "The Gentleman From Texas" next season will be one of the results cf his persistency. Ford S; Bratton have writtfn the lyr ics and music cf the new songs for Otis Harlan, who will play the leading ro'e in the new farce in which Frank Me Kee will present the Augoust family. Mr. Harlan's songs will be called "I'm a Gentleman cf Winning Ways," "The Grand Stand Belle," "Miss Millionair ." "Mon Cher Ami." "I Would. Would You," Dream Days of Seville," ani "My Little Lady Bug," a new conceit In negro sings. It is almost impossib! to imagine j "Foxy Quiilr-r" Sykes playing a heavy- villain in a "ntraight" dramatic- pro duction, but he once did it fur two sea sons', supporting Newton Beers in "Enoch Arden" and a repertoire. This was ju.-n before he and "Punch" Wheeler Moated the Alcazar opera com pany, with which they had numerous iidventuies in Texas and Mexico. Flay ing -"Enoch Arden" in a Kansas town, they found the theau-r had no sj i-dic.p backing for the wreck scene. The? com pany carried a sea-cloth but no drop. As a last res ;rt th.v had to work the sea-c-lorh against a bat-kin:- of kitchen Hats. Every time- the lightning Hashed it revealed the wreck occurring inside a kitc hen. Mr. Syl:, s said he was too n ui-li i-; earnest to realise it then, but the pcrforn-anccn of that company were funnier than any !'.;iee comedy evor staged. "Hor.-Hur" begins I'.s second season al the Broadway theater Monday even ing, Se-ote-mher ;!. where it will play a limited engagement of five weeks, its stay will be cut short by contracts made a year ago, which canii it be can celed. Were it not for these obstacle.; "Ben-llur" could undoubtedly run the entire season at the Broadway to thi same great patron-iga it '.veordel las: season. Monday evening. October S. "Ben-nur will begin a limited engage- ; m.-nt at the Chestnut Street opera house in Philadelphia. Nixon & 2iui- I merman are making very extensive and expensive a Herat ions in the stage of i this theater for this attraction. These improvements will necessitate an out lay of over $10 W0. Tiie stage will be raised, and broadened and deepened to provide the necessary room. "Ben Hur" will remain in Philadelphia till the new Colonial theater in Boston, now Ixing built on the site of the o!d public Horary at Trerront and Boyls t.:n str.-i-IK, is ready to receive- it, where it will undoubtedly run the rest uf the a :a: on. THROUGH II1S HAIR. Going abroad on the Oceanic, Mrs. Sarah A. Dailey, a Denver woman, made the aoquaintanc-e of Paderewski in an amusing way. She had never Co. Co e S2. seen the pianist before and did not rec ognize who he was. Sitting upon the deck one day beside- another feminine passenger, she watched with impa tience the famous Polish chrysanthe mum as he paced the deck. "Dear me," exclaimed Mrs. Dailey to the woman sitting near her, "I should like to run my Angers into that man's hair." 'Would you?" replied the other. "Well yeju may do so. That is Mr. Paderew ski, my husband. I am sure he would not object. Come-, I'll introduce you." Mrs. Dailjy was at first taken aback, but when Mrs. Paderewski explained the circumstances to her husband, the pianis-t laughed heartily. A day or two later Mrs. Dailey came upon him play ing a Chopin number in his cabin. She crept up behind him and daintily ran ' her fingers through his hair, causing him a great deal of amusement. Dur ing the trip the pianist gave a concert for the benefit of the fund of thr hospi tal ship Maine, clearing several thous and dollars from the passengers. The musicale was May. 22. Denver News. POLITICS AND RELIGION. The- headquarters of Hon Timothy Woodruff had a good many visitors In the crowd were two colored gentle men from the southern state. They got j Inside the door and announced: "We're rj , legates, boss: we tning powerful well cf Woodruff down our way." Kon. Timothy was n ,t around at the time, but the man in charge told them he was very glad to hear that and trusted they would stick to Tim. "Yes, we think powerful well of Mr Woodruff," said one of the delegates "Yes yes. we- are glad to hear that." raid ihe man in charge, and he turned to greet scmebody else. The two stood there. "Yes," said the spok sman again, when he thought he reached the ear of the Woodruff man, "we think powerful well of Mr. Woodruff down our way." The Woodruff man kept talking to other people. The delegates stood still Finally the spokesman of the pair coughed. The- Woodruff man looked around. "Fact is. said the spok.- man, when he saw th? Woodruff man's eyes on him again, "we have a small Baptist church down in our town and we've got a mortgage on it, and it is powerful hard to raise money these days, powerful hard. You s:e besides being in here as delegates, we want to raise $500 to h:lp ut that c hurch." The Woodruff man's bac k was turned by thi.-. time, and the spokesman, af fr waiting a moment, said: "Yes, yes: we rlid think powerful well of Mr. Woodruff down iur way." and there was a heap of emphasis, on the "did." Then they went out. New York Sun. o Experience is the Best Teacher. Use Acker's English Remedy in any case of coughs, colds or croup. Should it fail to give immediate relief money re funded. 25 cents and 50 cents. Ben L. Bear, wholesale and retail druggist. Phoenix, Arizona. During a tariff debate in emigres.; in 1X92 Mr. Bryan said he would not ad mit Ihe existence of a tin plat.- fac tory in Hi.- United States. In that year IV W Ions of lin plate wen- made in this country. Iist year our factories turn ed out ;!H7,767 tons of tin plate, giving employment to 20,000 workmen. Bry an's tariff record and currency record are well matched. St. Louis Globe-Democrftt. I POPULAR WANTS $ SH if-j".,?. s'- ir. jr. '.j. gf.-ii Afivertlnemeots tmacr thlnhel !ne-hll cent a word each Insertion . No ndrBrtHomenttason for lee 6 than twenty-five cent. WANTED A cock for the Pacaton In dian agency. Good wages and sec ond help furnished. Call until Satur day in forenoon for Kinney, at Al hatr.bra House. FOR SALE Jersey bull, full blooded; eirht months old; price $25. Inetuire r-t Pa.-sey & Mets, Mesa. LOST "Innocent Infant" No. 7S; was last seen on Grand avenue lat Pun day. Finde-r will plea? r turn to thp Wellington and receive reward. WANTED To borrow iTOO for Klx mon-Lhs on good security. Address M.nry, Republican office. WANTED Horses for pasture. Ineiuire 42 East Washington. WANTED A pants maker and a need!; woman, at Denver Tailor, Tempe, Aria. TO EXCHANGE Lots in Portland. Ore., for lots in suburbs of Phoenix. Address Exchange, Republican office. WANTED Forty Dairy Cows; state prices and where cattle can be seen. M. A. STANFORD, P. O. Box 224, Phoenix. FOR RENT Horse pasture near town. Apply to F. H. Hutchins, at D. H. Burtis". BELGIAN HARES Lord Kitchener and King Banibury stock f r sale or trade for chickens. Apply No. 501 North Fifth. Avenue. BEES FOR SALE "00 colonies, $1.50 each. Address P. O. Box 1CD1. C. E. SMITH has moved his shoe shop from Third avenue to Wall street. JAPANESE, good cook, wants a posi tion mining camp or boarding house. Address Y. U.. Z20 East Washing ton Street, City. WANTED Lady partner. In a weil established paying bus:ne?s in Phoe nix; ?350 required. Address Business. Republican office. FOR SALE The Valley Meat Market, next to the postoffice; first class, with all up-to-date appurtenances; cold air storage, and everything neces sary to make It one of the best mar kets in the west; can. be bought for 75 per cent of its actual cost. S. J. TRIBOLET. WANTED Every business man In Maricopa county to know that The Republican's job printing plant Is the best equipped in all Arizona and that the prices and stock and styles are right. If you want bill head3 or let ter heads or printing of any kind call at The Republican offlce or send word for our man to call on yon. FOR SALE SO acres under Maricopa canal. TO EXCHANGE 8-roora house for ranch. TO EXCHANGE Equity In cottage for good team of horses; a chance. MONEY TO LOAN Houses built to suit purchaser on monthly payments. HUGH M. CREIGHTON & CO., ' 108 North Center Street, FOR SAL3 Cash register, two stoves, 2,000 pound scale, truck, etc Address Scales, this office. TWO BARGAINS Irw sale, brick res idence in Capitol addition, all mod ern conveniences, part cash; also brick residence near Seventh street and Adams, similar terms, smaller cash deposit, a good property. See owner. 2S North Second Avenue. WANTED The pubtlc to know that J. Ernest Walker has the largest list of real estate to select from, cither to sell or rent, in the valley. If you want to uu::d he can put you in a building and loan association where monthly payments about equal to rent will secure you a home. It will pay you to see him before buy ing, building or renting. FIRE INSURANCE a specialty. Some exceptional-bargains and plenty of water in Buckeye valley. Money always on hand to LOAN or good security. J. ERNEST WALKER, The Real Estate Man. Remember the office 23' South Sec ond Avenue. Tel. Main 501. THE DOMESTIC, New Home and Climax Sewing Machines. rents 75c per wrelr. J. S. Elstner, 407 East Yv'ashington Street. PHOENIX FOUNDRY oiltr aeoairlna. pe rifting. All Ring up Telephone 63. Or call t IS North Center street when wanting omethlng nlc to drink. We ire headquarters for the best In our line .nJ solt arents for Pabst, Lemp'a and the San Francisco breweries, Ltd., thre Iti t best breweries on earth. MELCZER BROS. MANUFACTURERS OF Mining, Milling and Machinery Castings STRUCTURAL I HON AND STEEL CONTRACTORS. .Second Hand Machinery Bought and Sold. Postofflee Box 45S A.' WANTED Second-hand furniture and household goods of all kinds; will pay good prices for good goods; will go and see goods anywhere In valley. Call at 230 West Jefferson or address 1327 P. O. Box. E. W. Spears. IT REMAINS TO BE SEEN. A smart young lady recently entored a railway carriage occupied by thrte or four members of the opposite sex. One of them in the familiar style we knew so well, produced a cigar and his match bo:: ami raid: "I trust, madam, that smoking is not disagreeable to you." Really, sir, (with th? sweetest of smile;,) I canot tell, for as yet no gen tleman has smokid in my presence." o PROHIBITIONIST. "I don't know his polities. ,He merely said he wets 'anti-dero.l " "Well, what ran that mean but 'an-ti-demrrratic?' " "It might 'mean 'anti-d mijohn.' " It is reported from Simla that the plague is decreasing throughout India. SPECIAL TRAINS. Beginning Sunday, July 29, the Santa Fe will run a daily train to be known as the "Carr.p Coronado Flyer," to Cor onado Beach, from San Bernardino via Highlands It will stop for passen gers when signaled at Patton, High lands M. ntone, Redlands, Colton, Highgiove, Riverside, Cana Blanca, Arlington and Corona. This train will leave t:an Bernardino at an hour earlv enough to connect at Orange with a similar daily leaving Los Angeles at 7:05 a. m. and arriving at Coronado about 10:45 a. m., stopping at Los Nietos, FoUerton. Anaheim, Orange. Santa Ana, Capistruno and Oc anside on signal. Returning, this train will leave San Du go at 5:10 p. m.,' arrive at Los Angeles at S:50, and making fast time, will get everybody home early the same night, iil desired. Tickets are good to return on or be fere September 30, on any rgular train. The Sanla Fe agent will give you full information about the train and special rate for round trip. Thfse trains will go and come in the cool of the day, giving pas sengers a 70-mile rid on the ocean front and a delightful stay ait Coro r.ado Beach. SANTA FE CHICAGO EXCURSION. Account G. A. R. reunion vrc- will sell on August 22 and 2.1. round trip, sixty days' tickets, at $04.20. Don't forget the line that made Pho?nix famous. E. W. GTLLETT. Genera! Agent. California excurston tr?.n via Santa Fe leaves Phoenix Thursday, 5:"0 a. m., city time, arriving Los Angeles Friday morning 7 o'clock, without change of cars. Through Pullman deeper. Yju will steer clear of "Yuma" by "taking only" the Santa Fe. E. W. GILLETT, General Agent. CHEAP RATE TO CHICAGO AND RETURN. On account of the G. A. R. encamp ment at Chicago the Southern Pacific company will sell tickets on August 22 and 23 to Chicago and return for $64.20. Tickets good for tixtv days. For fur ther information call on or address M. O. BICKNELL, G. P. A. and MACHINE WORKS K. P. ZcCALLl!M, Prop. 25 to S3 North .Second Stroai F'l ! fi ai I a ti r fe f 1 Machinery of ail kinds BuiJt and Repaired. MACEKEET, SOPHIES, CASTINGS, ETC Kinds of.worls In the Mechanical Lln MARKET KEPORTS. PHOENIX WHOLESALE PRICES. BUTTER Ranch, per lb. 20c; Mari copa creamery, 22c; Temj.e-Mesa Pro duce, Co., 22c; Valley Pride creamery. 22c. EGGS Ranch, JGQS.50 per case. CHEESE Eastern, full cream, per lb, 16TIlSc; home, 105J12C. FRESH FRUITS AND BERRIES. APPLES Per box, $2.152.40. LEMONS Fancy, per case, $3,753 4.25. FIGS Fresh black. $1.40 per crate. WATERMELONS $1 2 per floz. CURRANTS 17'ic per lb. BLACKBERRIES lac per box. LOGAN BERRIES 17c per box. APRICOTS Per 20-Tb crate, $ .7501- STRAWBERRIES Arizona Ever bearing, 15c per basket. ORANGES Late Valenclas, $4 per case. SEEDLESS G RAPES 75c per crate. ARIZONA KHAKI C ANTELOPES $1,255-1.50 pc-r crate. CRIED FRUITS. RAISINS London tayer, $4.2032.50; loose, pc-r lb, 6l,4c; Thompson seedless, 7W8c; Sultan:-.j, 6V4c APPLES Evaporated rancy. i:e. PEACHES Fancy, 10c. PEACHES Choice, 8V4C PLUMS Pitted, choice, 10c ' NUTfi Walnuts, fancy soft sheila. 14c; almonds, paper shell, 15c; soft shell, 14c; hard shells, 9c per lb; pecans, lO'.ie; California, 12c; Alberts. 15; Bra zils, 11c; pi nones, 10c; peanuts, eastern, rousted, ll12c; raw 810c; home raw, 7(gSe; roasted, 12H.-c; chestnuts, 17-'j4 20c per lb. FLOUR Per cwt, local extra roller process, $2.35; graham, $2 per cwt; whole wheat flour, $2.20 per cwt. CORN MEAL White, $2 per cwt.; yellow, $2 per cwt. BRAN Per ton, $15. POTATOEf -Early Rose, $1.732 per cwt. ONIONS S. S., $1.25 per cwt. CABBAGE $1.40gl.63 per cwt.; In p.icks. Crates, extra, , VEGETABLES Beets per cwt., $1.50; evaporated chilis per lb, 15c; green onions, per dozen bunches, 25c; radishes per dozen bunches, 25c; tomatoes, per box, $1.25; carrots, $1.50 per cwt.; green chili, 17c per lb; summer squash, per box, 75c; cucumbers, 75c per box. BEANS Small white, $4.50 -per cwt.; . pinks, per cwt., $4; Lima. $5.50f?5.73. COFFEES AND SUGARS. COFFEES Central American, IS 20e: Pc-aberry, 20022c; Mocha and Java, SOQSic; Arbuckle's $14 per case; Lion coffee, $13.50. SUGARS Granulated cane, per cwt-, $6.25; cub., $6.75; powdered, 7c; C, 6o per lb. POULTRY AND GAME. POULTRY Hens, good bea.vy, per dozen, $5.506; Pekin ducks, live, pel dozen, $5.50516; spring chickens, live per dozen, $JeT4.50. , MEATS. "AMS-Medium, 15c. BACON Breakfast, per lb, 15c. LARD Kettle rendered leaf, 3s, $6.40; 5s, $0.30; 10s, $6.20. DRY SALT PORK Per lb, 9c HIDES. WOOL AND TALLOW. HIDES Dry, lCJliTc per lb; kip, 15? 16c; calf, 1617c; bull, 11c; green, 5Vi 6c per lb. WOOL Firm, from 15 to ISc TALLOW Per lb, No. 1, 2vT3c. Wool pelts from 9c per lb up; goat skins, from 12c up. HONEY AND BEESWAX. " HONEY Strained, per ca.se, $7.5. BEESYv AX Per lb, 22t3'24c alfalfa, per ton, $8. GRAIN AND HAY. WHEAT Per cental, shipping, S1.13. II AY Per ton. loose alfalfa, $7," baJc ! BARLEY $1.05 per cwt. Barley, rolled. $1.20 per cwt. LIVE STOCK. CATTLE Fat. $3.50: feeders, $2.25 I 9 no CALVES $4.06. HOGS $4.75. SHEEP $4.0 PHOENIX RETAIL PRICES. EGGS Ranch, per dozen, 2Cc. BUTTER Ranch, per lb, 15I20j; Maricopa creamery, 25c; Tefhpe-ilesa Produce Co., 25c; Valley Pride O earn er', 25c. CHEESE Eastern, full cream, per lb, 25 c; home. 29c. FRESH FRUITS AND BERRIES. BTR.'VYRERRIES Per bos, 15c LE1IOX3 Per dozen, 2025c. ORANGES Navel, per dozen, 25-J?50o- FIGS 10c per f APPLES 12VS.C per lb. GRAPES 4e per pound. DRIED FRUITS Apples, evaporate fancy, per lb, 20c; peaches, fancy, 12H3 15e; choice, 10c; plums, pitted, IZhif 15c; prunes, choice, 8c; fancy, 15o" apriec-ts, fancy, 15c; choice Htfl3c VEGETABLES. ONIONS Green, per bunck. tVis. STRING BEANS Per lb, 12c CARROTS Per bunch, iVtO. CABBAGE Per head. Be. POTATOES New potatoes, 2'ic. ONIONS Dry, per lb, 350. BEANS White, per lb, 5c; pli.k, rb, Ec; Lima, per lb, 10c BEETS Per bu., Zyic CHILIS Evaporated, per lb, I5; gr en, per lb, 25c. FRESH FISH. Southern California varieties, 15c pel lb; Columbia river salmon, 25c per lb; Northern California, 20c POULTRY AND GAME. HENS Per lb. 22c. SPRING CHICKENS Dressed, 404 GOc. FEIUN DUCKS 65S75C FRESH MEATS. BEEF Per lb, 6 to 20c; veal, per lb, i to 20c; mutton, per lb, 7 to 20c RESH PORK 106 15c. HAMS Medium, 15c. BACON Breakfast, per lb, 1314c SALT PORK 10c LARD In tins, 2s, 35c; 5s, C3c; 10s $1-25. FLOUR. FLOUR Local, roller process, vs: cwt., $2.60; graham, per cwt.. $2.50. CORN MEAL Per cwt., $2.50. COFFEES AND SUGARS. COFFEES Central American, ftrcn-n. 15(S'25c-; Tcaberry, roasted, 3flif35c; Mocha and Java, 25'50c; Arbuckle's per lb, 15c; Lion coffee, per lb, 15c SUGARS Granulated cane, per lb, 7c; cube, 7c; powdered 8c; eo.