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Cliadwick. Treasurer of State.... ....L. Fleischner. State Printer.... ...Eugene Semple. State Librarian.... S. C. Simpson. Xtegister of State Lands . .. S. McComas. CONGRESSIONAL. U.S. Senator . ..James K. Kelley. - " H. W. Corbett. Congressman James II. Slater. FEDERAL OFFICERS. U.S. District Judge.... ....M. P. Deady. U.S. Marshal.. Tho's G. Young. Clerk U. S. ourt . . K. Wilcox. Surveyor General.... ..W.- II. Odell. ftitp't Ind. Aftairs ........ A. B. Meacliam. U. S. Assessor .Thos. Frazer. U. S. Collector.... W. Bowlby. f LAKD OFFICERS. W.'B. Willis, Register, .... ....Rosbeurg. B. Herman, Receiver,. O wen Wade, Register, ....Oregon City. Henry Warren, Receiver, .... " J. H. Stevens, Register, .... ..La Grande. I). Chaplin, Receiver, " SUPREME COURT. T. P. Prim, Chief Jsutice, Jacksonville A. J, Thayer,.... ,,6'orvallis B. F. Bonham..,, .Salem W.- W. Upton, ....Portland I.. :L. aicArOmr. .... , Baker City JUDICIAL DISTRICTS. First Distriett Jackson and Josephine 3d District : Benton, Coos, Curry, Doug lM and Lane, 3d District: Linn, Marion, Polk and Yamhill 4th District ; Clacka mas, Columbia, Mulnomao Tillamook and Washington. . 5th .District : Grant, Umatilla. Unioa and Wasco, TERMS OF CIRCUIT COURTS. First District In the county of Jose phine, on the fourth jtfonday in October; Jackson, second .Monday, in February, June. and. November. ' : . Second District Douglas, third Mn day . in October, and second .Monday in Jlay ; Coosj fourth iMbnday in May, and eeiad JMondayla September ; Curry, first Jlfondav in June ; : Lane, third Monday in April, ana nrsu jouuaj iu x uvwuuw ; i Benton, second 3fonday in April, andj Third Distolct--Llnn, fourth 3fonday in March, and second .Monday in October; Marion; second .Monday in March, June and November. Polk, second .Monday in May, and fourth afonday In November ; Yamhill, second Monday in April, and fourth Monday in October ; Tillamook second Monday In July. Fourth District-Clackamas, fourth Mon day in April and September ; Multnomah, second Monday m February, June and October: Columbia, second Monday in April; Clatsop, second Monday in August and fourth .Tuesday in January ; Wash ington, fourth Monday in May, and first Monday in October. . Fifih bisteiet-Wasoo, third Monday in June, and second Monday in November ; Granfc first .Monday in June, and third Monday in September; Baker, third Mon day In May, and first Monday in October; Union, first Monday in May, and. third Monday in October ; Umatula, last Mon 4ay in April, and the fourth Monday in October. " '"' J M' M' ' ". ' . . -.: -'"'BeB CoomtT Directory.' (County Judge.,. ...,,Johtt Burnett. County Cterk....... ....B. W. Wilson. 3i itr ... S.Palmr. Commissioners, j. Chambers, J . Edwards. Treasurer.... .... .. . uiMu.aiUra a - ..W. H. Johnson Hohnnl SuDerlntedent.,,. . '....A. Brown, Seyor " VUEUIKH .... .... ..... ' -,,r . T, . . , nf the Peace ,.,.W. R-Priyett. Constable.... Jam.Graves ' TKRMS OF OOOSITT COURTS. " ': On the First Monday in each Month jts-trt baa M il, WAHBIS. ON ; HAND 'AGAIN AT . THE OLD r J -.'. STA-LNJU. 6R0CEKT ASD PROVISION STORE. r -VOL; 2: ; CORVALLIS, BENTON COUNTY, OKEGON : SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1873. , NO. 42. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. DR. D.S. STRIKER, DENTIST, . TT -1 A T A i. i,nnrntvianfa Xk rwl IAAa all work in his line of profession in the i a a ,! n4-i,.f, A noocrliarin uest ujiu must appruvcu. aijico. jximomiviw iiaRtl for the nainless extraction of teeth, if desired. 1 Dental examination and con sulting free. Satisfaction guaranteed in CVC1J taac. viwivo muuvi..v. -- examine specimens of his work. : Office opposite cue Jrostouice, viu vim . 0 am.f X.iSll . - JOHN BOSWELL, ' M. D ' PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, r ' r CORVALLIS. ;- Will attend promptly to all calls in the Hue 01 ins proiession. Office at Graham & Rayley's Drug Store. Residence. South west corner of second block north ofCpurt House, October 25, 1872. L. FOLEY, M. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, OFFICE AT Graham's Di-ng Store, 2:I5yl CORVALLIS. R. S. STRAHAN, " Attorney at Law. CORVALLIS, OREGON. . 65T"Office corner 3d and Monroe Streets. ' 4matf. F. A. CHEKOWETH, t " i. n. sot. Linn Co. Corvallj. ; .. . CIIENOWETHJfc SMTH. ATT0 RNEYS-AT-L AW. CORVAltlS, OREGON. EOffick at the Court House. . ma4:ti. C. W. FITCH, ATTORNEY AT LAW Engend City, Oregon. Will practice in the different Courts of the State. Legal Tenders Iwuglit and sold. -KSOfficb two doora Korth of the Post Office. ma4:tr. JOHN BURNETT, - Attorney at Lain, CORVALLIS, OREGON.' AVil practice in the Supreme and'Cir- cuit Courts of the State. OFFICE AT THE COURT-HOUSE. vlno!9yl. W. T. JOHNSON, Notary-Public and Conveyancer May be Found at Dr. Bayley's Store, on mam oireet. Cnnvevancinfir done on -short notice and satisfaction guaranteed. : :. . , . W.R.PRIVETT, Justice of the Peace. CORVALLIS - - Oregon. tttTLIj GIVE PR03IPT ATTENTION TO THE VV Collection of notes and accounts. " Particulsir attention paid to all business en trusted to bis care. . , . , - : Office in New Engine House, Up-stairs. MISCELLANEOUS. NEW STORE ,r- AT ELK CITY. WE TAKE THIS METHOD OF IN forming the inhabitants of the .Ya quina Bay, and the surrounding country, tnat we nave opened a, store at tne aoove nlace. and keen constantly on hand an assortment of GENERAL MERCHAN DISE, SUCh aS ' , : - GROCERIES r 1 PROVISIONS CLOTHING ' .' BOOTS and SHOES - : " HATS and CAPS CIGARS TOBACCO. And we shall endeavor to sell our ' goods FOB, CASH . At a very 18w margin, i . '' We will also pay the HIGHEST CASH PRICE for HIDES. FURS and SKINS. JACOB CLINK & CO. v2no6W. Yaquina Stage Line , , AND - Steamer "ONEATTA" ON AND AFTER THE FIRST DAY firoamop d'antta Will u fllV nv " fr.AAVA v,.v. make daily trips from Pioneer to Newport at the entrance of Yaquina Bay, and ' con- WOODS & DIXON'S STACE LINE, Carrying the UNITED STATES MAIL, And all other lines running to the Bay, Also connectinff with Cannon's Stage line to Albany. Stages leave Corvallis. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays-at 6 A. Al.; returning leaves .cik uity on l uesoays, inureuaysiiuu K3awuruiijo. ' -. , : . . . ' , v2n2m6. HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. C I T Y H OT EL, COB. MAIN AND MADISON STS., 'V " '- CORTALUS, - - . . . - . . ' OREGON. A. 16, M'CONNELL, j. PROPRIETOR. TH E UNDERSIGNED, HAVING leased the above named fine hotel," will conduct it as a . . , - T FIRST" CLASS.;: H Q U SE . That well known 1 caterer, " TITUS," will have charge of : The Culinary Department, t And the best the market affords- will at all times be found upon the table. . Yaquina, "West SWo and Albany Stages . 5 'All Stop at this House. , - i -..if,.. fTir-r I i i I HOUSE OPEN DAT AND NIGHT. LARGE FIREPROOFSAFE FOR VALUABLES Every Accommodation Afforded to Guests. : a: r. mcconnell; ' November 15, 1872. , 2;30tf., STANTON'S HOUSE. Formerly KIGER'S HOTEL. Main Street, between Monroe; & Jackson, ' CORVALLIS. F. M. STANTON, PROPRIETOR. Having purchased the above stand, I have . .: thoroughly renovated the same . ; . ' . and opened it as a , , FIRST CLASS PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE. EVERY ATTENTION AFFORDED PATRONS. . Any irregularities on the part of waiters should be promptly reported to v the Proprietor. SOL. KING'S STAGES RUN TO THIS HOUSE. October 28, 1872. 2:28tt Elk City House,. ELK CITY i ....... Oreg jn. JAMES DIXON : Proprietor. - 'L:0; ' ' ' THIS HOUSE, LOCATED AT THE above named place, at the junction of Elk and Yaquina rivers, -.is new, is well finished and furnished throughout, and it is the intention of the Proprietor to keep it as a . - j ; : FIRST CLASS HOTEL. The Stage office is at this House; also the Steamer '-Oneatta" leaves the wharf every morning, for Newport, and intermediate points on tne xsay. - - v- Snrioi-iiM- tnilMvrvMnts offered to excur sionists and others visiting the Bay in large parties. .,. JAMES DIXON. , r . Tznoou. ELK CITY HOTEL, W. T. BRYON , ' Proprietor. THE ABOVE NAMED HOUSE IS newly furnished and opened for the accommodation of Travelers., The pro prietor is determined that no pains shall be spared to make it. 9. v, . '--y t- FIRST CLASS HOTEL. Our motto is "Live 'and Let Live." There is a good Feed Stable in connec tion with the House. V , , ',' The Steamer ''ONEATTA" leaves the Wharf every other day for Newport, and other Doints on the Bay t . T3o7ni3 . . W, T," BRYON. . DRUGS AND MEDICINES. GRAHAM & BAYLEY, CORVALLIS - i1- . - - Oregon; ' 1 ' . DEALERS IN ' ' ' ' Drugs, x meuicines, and Chemicals, Paints, Oils, . ixiass, xniuy, i nd Dye Stufflg, A Fine Assortment of Lamps and Lamp . . j -J v Stock.:-- - .' : J Pure Wines and Liquors for Medicinal use only. '. - ' " ' ' Pbyslcian's Prescriptions carefully Com- poundeu.ut aU bours. . :.. .. ' ' ' ' vIno35tf. If ALLEN & WOODWARD. HAVE : :, drugs:, and . medicines: ' FOB AU. " . PAINTS, OILS, GLASS : ; A.t very low price, for cash. SCHOOLBOOlffi, At San Francisco catalogue prices. Miscellane ous nooKs, stationery sc.- - ; Flslier's Block, CoryaUis, Oregon. THE YAQUINA INDIAN TROUBLES. The Two "Bens." In the Characters of Peacemakers. , Mrs. Kistler's Statement of California Jack's Story. i : The following communication comes to ns from Elk City, under date Janu ary 28, 1873 : Editos Democeat : " i Permit me through . the columns of your paper to lay before the people a few. facts in regard to the recent Indian troubles on Yaquina Bay , It is unne cessary to say that the mysterious danc ing, and strange conduct, of the Indi ans, followed by the burning of EN. Sawtelle's house," caused great alarm among the settlers. ' I shall, therefore, pak uore- paiticolarly of the efforts made, by our citizens to have the mat ter investigated "By the proper authori ties. 'The people finding it impossible to discover the intent of the Indians, or ...... - r the canse of their strange conduct, ap- pealed to the State or Federal authori ties, with what4 effect the secjuel will show. The United States officers ame, and I propose to follow; them, in the discharge of their duties, and show the people how obedient they are to the law and their duty. ". In the first place, I am informed that they armed them selves, at Corvallis, with five .bottles of whisky and two boxes of cigars, and started for the seat of war. But, oh account of lightning whisky, a slow team and eagerness for" the fray, or a low dashboard the world may possi bly never know which one' of ' these gentlemen fell astride the buggy pole, between the' horses, lodging early in the day. The next morning, "however, they were ready for duty, and proceed ed on their way rejoicing... But, instead of going to where the trouble was, and there making: strict inquiry into the matter, that they might hear the facts, in the case,, they went direct to the Si letz, and got the Indian story, and then to Newport, where they could replenish their whisky. bottles," arid thence, to the seat of war, to tell the peoplo that the affair was all a hoax, and that the Indi ans said they did "hot : burn1 Sawtelle's house, and they did not think the Indi ans " would lie about it ! The Super intendent expressed a wish to" see Mrs. Kistler about it, and her husband pro posed to bring her up to Elk City ; but Mr. Odeneal said he would save her that inconvenience,, by calling' at her house. "This, however, he failed to do. Did Mr. Odeneal come, over to ascertain facts in regard to the cause of the late alarm; or to tell the Indians that it was all right for them, whenever any white man did not, submit to their dictation, to burn his house, and then say : " We did not do it t " " We leave his conduct in the premises to answer the query. If Mr. Odeneal had desired to know the conversation that occurred between the Indian California Jack and Mrs. Kist ler,, -why did he not .call on Mrs. K., as he agreed to do ? Let that gentle man answer, r -A ' OpsEBYEB, . '. MR8. KISTLEB'S STATEMENT. ' Following is. the - conversation be tween Mrs.: Kistler and California Jack, in relation to the . threatened outbreak on Yaquina Bay, just as jt (occurred, as nearly as it can be remembered by that lady. : We give it, as . the lady gives it to us, in the form of a dialogue, : that our readers may see the full . scope of the conversation: .., . . . " , . Jack.- I suppose you would like to know why I did not come on to work this morning I,.7. r, ,,., ... , : ..... Mrs. Kisder Yes ; I would like to know. As the weather is- good, you ought to have been to work early;? Jack--I am very sick at heart. Mrs.6 IL Why so? What ja the matter? " ; ; ' ; . 1 - ' Jack I have not slept any all night I have been talking to the Indians all night They wanted to break jnto one house and steal lots of things, and get one one man and cockshet (hnrt or beat) hun. ....... . , ;.; U:"'r ; Mrs. K. Who is it that wants to do this ? " : ' . r i Jack MytiUicufn(peofle or friends) i Mrs. K. Who is the man they want tokfflf.V.- : :' r':' I Jack I dare not tell, or they will kill me. . - ... ; , Mrs. K I would like to know who it is they wauled to kill last niht., 1 Jack Do you think the white folks would protect me, if I made a revela- tion 1 ; ..: '. ; " ' Mrs K Certainly thev would, if you told on the Indians, and helped the whites,- ;' :' l-'y .. ly- . .- Jack If I knew that to a certainty, I would tell. , . . V..-''r-;r:... . Mrs. K. Who is it ? Is it Sawtelle Jack Yes; but don't let the Indi ans know I have told, or they will kill me. '.. , ;. -, . - ' Mrs. K, Why do they want to in jure Sawtelle i . : . -1 Jack Because they are all mad at him. They wanted to go last night, but I would not give " my consent I told them that I did not want the whites to be mad with me. : I wanted -to "work for my flour, meat, sugar; and coffee; aud I wanted to work all spring and sum mer, for Kistler,; cutting wood for the steamboat, and in the fall I would have lots of; provisions and mone'.-. But they said what is", the odds ? . It will not be long until all the whites will be mad at us, anyhow, and we might just as well commence now. ; I told them to wait until Harney come, and if he said go ahead, I wonld have no more to say. But they wanted to know why 1 would not give my consent, and repeated the question a .number of ; times " kata mika tealce tickey nesika clatwa mamook cockshet yaka ? " (why don't you want us to go and injure him 1) . I told them, as before, I wanted to work and earn my grub, and if they wonld go to work they could have plenty, too.. But they said no ; one more night, and all weuld be mad. -Nika tcawa. mika, close nan ich ; spose Harney wake choco, clonass siwasli wake dose midlitc. Nilca Mas quash siwash cockshet SawteUe polacly. Nika Jiias tickey Harney cIwcq. Nika wake tickey . miilite sullix copa Bostons, Mika close nanich close nanich, . Mrs. Kistler is prepared to qualify to the occurrence of the above statement, whenever caIled"upon by Mr. Qdeneal, or anybody else, to. do so. I ; The Lava Beds. Jesse , A.pplegats writing to the Bulletin, thus graphically describes the lava, beds in the Modoc country : The stronghold of the Modoe Indians :s a pedregal " of the most extensive and elaborate description ; it occupies, with but few intervals, nearly. 100 square miles. If you can imagine a smooth', solid sheet of granite, ten miles square, and 500 feet thick, ' covering resistless mines of gunpowder, scattered at irreg ular intervals under it ; that these mines are exploded simultaneously, lend ing the whole .field into rectangular masses, from' the size of 'a match-box to that of a church, heaping' these masses h;gh in some places, and leaving deep chasm in others. Following the explosion, the whole' thing is placed in one of Vulcan's ' crucibles and heated up to a point, when the whole begins to . fuse and run together, and then suf fered to cool. The roughness of the remains as the explosion left it, while all below is honey -combed by the cracks and creviees caused by the eool ing of the melted rock. : : An Indian can, from the top' of one of these stone pyramids, shoot a man without exposing even so much as an inch square of him self. He can, without undue haste, load and shoot a common muzzle-loading rifle ten times before a man can scramble over the rocks and chasms between the slain and the slayer. If, at this terrible expense of life, a force dislodges bun from cover, he has only to drop into and follow some subterranean passage with which he is : familiar, to - gain another ambush from' whence it will cost ten more' lives to dislodge him; and so on ad infinitum. . i , .; . : :. . vu V The Danbury News gives an account of the vicissitudes of life as experienced by a young man in that place. He went to see a young- lady, previously just having been U) ah oyster supper. As he neared the house he saw her father standing on the steps and hailed him 'JU.elI6, old- 'Jfatpole. -Where' isn my lovely gazelle ? j Where is my love now dreamin IT .The father looked at him, thinking- i that he wanted something, placed his hand sadly upon his shoulder, turned him round, and filled the space tinder : his : coat-tail with leather. : The young man don't go there any more ; he says small-pox is. hereditary in the THE BENTON DEMOCRAT. ' BUBSCKIPTIOS KATES: One copy, One "year tin advance;. t. . One copy, Six Months " .... One copy, Three Months " - .... ; t ...S3 OO ... 2 OO ... 1 OO :.. CLUB KATES 5 . 7 -. To Clubs of Ten or more, sent to one Post office, each copy, 83 SO per year; Hj Months, 91 BO, IN ADVANCE.' i'-i c- ii ( f ; ; miscellaneous Items, "y1" ,r. The public debt increased. $103,000 last month. . ' : ' .., Over 500 widows Sf fievoiaifority".. .pensioners still live., x , - .; ; The Mormons have three powder mills j. and a cartribge factory. . 'i: r The first snow storm, of the seasori occurred in England last Saturday. 7 ; Boardmg-hotise hash in Boston. U., vaccinated the same & other peoplo. f ... ,; : Pine wood is worth 18 ier; cord hi t' Virginia City, Nothing said about oak; ' Russia is vexed with a great em'gia tion movement of families to the United " LStatcs. ' " ' ' ' '. ' :" : Emancipation Day was generally c l-': 1 ebratedby the negroes of -the Souiln iii rJ States.. . . ; A New York physician makes a vqy ; , handsome profit resuscitating would I ii suicides. .s . . r. , tj i , .". The Bey. John Tecumseh, au Ottawii ' " Indian, has left $60,000 to the Baptist Church in Kansas. : . On-New Year's Day the Baltimore American ehtered upon the hundredth' 1 year of its existence. : ' - '; : ' Post. Offices were established ji France in 1464 ; in England in l5Si;. and in Germany in 1641. .'...!, The number of marriages iu Ohio iti 1872 was 26303; divorces-'granted;. 1,026; births, 6l,21 6; deaths, 25,20:2;"' It is proposed to establish' a .Pro-" ' fessorhip of Journalism at Uorialf University, in hohor to Mr. -'Qreeleyif -t' memory. ' ': '' "' ;-;' The wifiow of Hon. Rob't J. Walk, r ' died iu Washington January 19th.: Shtiv was a granddaughter of Bonjiinh: v Franklin. " ' Tho country, does not respond choor-. : fully to the call for ten . million ' dylhirs : ' to get up a Philadelphia . Ciuitenuiu Celebration; ! . ' - ' . - .. Three thousand Colored people fro in ' Georgia and Florida want the United, States to furnish, them a passage; to . , Iviberia as Colonist, . A New York artist makes a living by restoripg bruised eyes to their natu-. ral color; find finds' his best customers' among the women. '- ' .-. . i The Boston' papers want the little girls in the public schools to learn the art of sewing, but are troubled to; know" what modern lady car. teach them.' '-' " '' Mrs.; A. J. Riley has taken 'e1iarg;. ; of the Commercial Hotel, Salem; This lady has a high - reputation as a" '. ' private boarding house rkeeper." ' - The St. Louis Democrat laments be-' cause ot the prevalence of . the idea that , it is more genjeel to sell shoes for $10 a week than to make them' for f 25'. r Pumpkin pie ten feet in diameter and four feet deep was the dessert' at' a recent California dinner. J After thaV- stop talking about youf grandmothers' J ; Daniel Drew can lose three millions' worth of his greenbacks and not feel it : . but the loss of five dollars' worth' of hTs' ' religon would probably bankrupt hini.; '; "Where are the dead, the ; vanished'. , dead, who trod the earth that now we, - tread V' , If we were to make a randonf, guess, we should say the most of them' are buried. " . . . , t?,- 3. ' The Utah Mining Journal threatens to "publish some of the most obscene ot.,,. Brigham Young's sefm'oiis" ! and send' r them to Washington to be distributed tu'J Congress." l!" T ". "t JV h A writer in the Washington Chroniclit says there are now in Americia over' eff.-j 00.0 miles of railway and that thei'e wift . be seventy thousand by the end of tho" present"year. ,( , ,-. . . . . 1 - A. new leaf in the family .history,' r. Jack '? Now I'll be papa going to fix ,,., the furnace. " Sallie-' Oh, yes l' . and; ( I I'll be the new nurse, and - you mtist kiss me behind the, fellat door.'fe: " . On thd 25th of November, 1783, thef ' i British forces evacuated the .city o New York, and on the 25th of Noveui" her,; 1872, the last, of -the British rec J evacuated the Island of San Juanv '-' s X . A clergyman at .a recent Baptist Sun day School Convention said that lia was called to the bedside of a lady who - ' expressed her dislike to the minister 4 who had been' visiting her, " because,"; x she said, " he only bent one knee when he prayed, and the , Bible says,' every knee shall bend.' 'i ' ' ' ' : '