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Corvallis, Feb. 17, 1882.
Entered at the Postoffice at Corvallis,
Oregon, as secoud-class matter.
Mr. J. H. Bates, Newspaper Advertising
Agent. 41 Park How (limes Building, JNew
York, is authorized to contract for advertise
ments in t lie Gazette at not less tliau our
advertised rates.
L. P. Fishrr, advertising agent, 21 Mer
chants1 Exchange, San Francisco, is author
ized to receive advertisements for the col
umns of this paper at not less than our ad
vertised rates.
Land Sale.
On last Saturday,the day appointed to
ell thereal estate belonging to the estate of
Samuel Reader, deceased, lying in the town
of onroe, and near there, "including the
Monroe'mills, was sold by the administrator
to the highest bidder. Adam Willhelm, of
Monroe, bought the Jos. Kelsay tract of
land lying about 3 miles Northwest of Mon
roe, containing 392 acres, at $4,500. Wrs.
ley Heuton bought the Monroe mills and
40 acres of land lying adjoining thereto and
partly across Long Tom, for 6,500. Adam
Willhelm also l)Oiight three town lots on
which was situated a stable and a one-story
store budding, for 5250. Geo. W. Houck
purchased one acre lying in the town and
adjoining the Long Tom, just South of the
mill property, for S155. AHxjrt Ray of this
place also purchased SO acres of land lying
uezt to the Willamette .river, for 120.
All of the property ajniearetl to sell at ruin
ous low rates. The ' mill property probably
cost Mr. Reader in his life time twelve or
fifteen thousand dollars, at a low estimate.
The mill contained three run of burr5, and
other machinery in proportion. The water
wheel which furnished the power, cost
$1700 alone.
i ifotlfkatlons.
At the time of mailing the Gazette of the
10th, we adopted a plan of attachiug a small
printed slip to papers for the purpose of no
tifying subscriliers of the time when their
subscriptions expire. It takes time even to
pursue this method and we only got through
with a portion of our list of subscribers.
This is done because man- of our subscrib
ers expressed to us a desire for such infor
mation. We will pursue this course for
a while, and if found not to require so much
time as to make it impracticable, we shall
thereafter notify each suliscriber a little be
fore or about the time his or their subscrip
tions expires.
Bitten By a Dog.
We learn that Ben Hayden, who was se
verely bitten by i dog on Thursday Inst,
was in an unconscious state during Thurs
day night. The dog bit Mr. llaydon on the
wrist, biting through a vein, which bled
freely, and perhaps would have einlan.gred
his life had'Hio.tB-s! v' Clark' ami ! daughters,
at whose residence he was visiting, bound
up the wound tight with cloths, stopping
the fl')W of blttotL Medical was called
and the wuqnd drensed. . Mr. ll.iydeii is
feeling much better .to-day. Talk.
The Fanners Ftrrry djoat company was
incorporated last We Tuesday making their
principal office at CorvaUis, with a capital
stock of one tlionsand dollars divided into
shares of teh dollars easa . The incorpo
rators are William B gne, W. J. WilUmnks,
Adam Rader, Calvin Yates an I Joseph
Emery. Their object being toestablidi and
maintain a ferry across the Willamette
river at this place.
Those Antic Jlovtawnts.
Mr. John R. Bryson was seen, the ether
day, wildly gesticulating and his . face
wreathed in a bland smile, which seemed
to commence in the center of his cl tssio
"phiz" and radiate all over it like a moii-.
strous pancake. ''What's the matter John"
querried his interlocutor. "It's a yirl,'
said h -, abstractedly. John is unanimously
voted the happiest man in the city.
Farm Said.
Messrs. Bryson & Young, Teal estate
agents of this city, on last Wednesday sold
the John Rowland farm of 610 acres, three
and one-half miles South of town, to Mr.
Barnes Hughes, of Walla Walla, for the
snug price of $14,600. Mr. Hughes is an
experienced farmer, wide-awake and pro
gressive, and he will donbtls3 prove a val
uable acquisition to Benton County.
It ssmetinies happens .that an o-casinnal
subscriber calls upon us and state that he
has not received his paper of that week.
We can hardly account for this '.lecaiise
we try to be very careful in making up
mails. If at any time in the future subscrib
ers should fail to receive their papers they
will please call at the office and get theih or
notify us immediately by letter.
Sullivan Arretted.
Chief of Police Lappens of Portland , ha
received neawfhat Peter Sullivan, one of
the parties accused of having been implica
ted in the murder of Brown last Novembei
in an infamous dive in that city, has been
arrested and confined in the jail of Yolo
eounty CaL The sheriff telegraphs that he
has confessed to tbe crime.
Chard) notice.
of. T. F. Campbell, of Monmouth, will
in the North Methodist Church, this
l Saturday evening next, and Sunday
II o'clock a. m. , 18th and 10th mst.
in Smith, little daughter of John Smith
has been quite sick for several
i an attack of lung fever.
Tanners Attention.
hand arain drill, in good order
! hot little used, for sale at a bargain at
Woodcock & BAtjwjy's.
Hit nr and TUtacr.
Beauty's Bower.
This famous cigar js
Only sold at T. J. Buford's.
Richard Graham's the druggist.
New goods at A. J. Langworthy's Cash
The finest brands of cigars at the Post
office store.
New goods lately received at Thomas
Mr. Atwood is building a residence on
Fourth Street.
All kinds of Blanks in stock and for sale
at the Gazette office.
Stationery and books of all descriptions at
Postoffice Store.
Dr. J. B. Lee purposes building a fine
dwelling-house soon.
The Circuit Court for Marion county con
venes on Monday next.
The schools at Monmouth are reported to
be in a prosperous condition.
The CorvaUis Gazette for sale on the
counter of Buford's news depot.
Mr. Wayman StClair has sold his saddle
and harness shop to Mr. J. R. Bryson.
Mr. Red Wells sold a house and lot on
Second street one day this week.
Mr. Jackson intends to build a residence
on Ninth street in the early future.
Money to loan on real estate, or good
personal security, by M. S. Woodcock.
Novelties of all kinds at Postoffice Store.
The Circuit Court for this County com
mences the 4th Monday, the 27th day of
A meeting was recently held iu Portland
celebrating the birth day of Abraham
His Excellency, Gov W. W. Thayer, has
appointed J. H. B'ood, of San Francisco,
commissioner for Oregon.
The next setsinn of the Supreme Court in
this State will commence on the 1st Mon
day, the 6th day of March.
Roy. E. N. Condit, of Albany, will preach J
at the Presbyterian church in this city next
Sunday, morning and evening.
Am informed that Mr. Swik will soon
build a fine brick residence, but am not
informed as to the proposed locality.
Mr. Wren sold, oue day this week, a
house and lot, bejajjigilig to Mr. XLlmlson,
on First Street, to Mrs. fyirah Graham.
Mr. Messinger, of Monmouth, is negotiat
ing terms wit a tne people oi iuoninouui,
with a view to building a warehouse at that
Mr! Jesse Huffman bought recently of
Mr. Korthauer, a dwelling h u3e and five
acres of land, lying near the mill, South of
Mr. Red Wells sold on the 14th inst. to
Arthur Joh.ison, a part of his farm at Wells'
Station, consisting of about 325 acres, at
?25 per acre.
At a:i examination before Justice Wrenn
last Monday, the young man refered to in
last week's local, charged with disgraceful
conduct towards a little girl, was released.
The Marshall of our town made a rade on
a Chinese opium den and found a number
of boys there smoking opium. The China
man was taUen before tha recorder and
Mcsm-3. S.mther'.and and Christie, have
lately retired from the editorial department
of the Daily Standard. Its management
will go into the hands of Mr. Noltner
Mr. D. W. Nichohon owns an abundant
quantity and an excellent quality of potter.S
clay. Why doesn't some one start a pot
tery hcrt? Such an enterprise would un
doubtedly be a gratifying success.
Mr. E. Bennett's school in District No,
13, commonly known as the Newton District
is said to be a decided success. He propos
ts to have a school exhibition at the Grange
Hail, about the first of the coming month.
"So mote it be."
The South Beach mines in Lower Alsea
are paying unusually well this winter. Mr.
Jas. H. Doty called on us on Wednesday
and Informed us that said mines are being
worked quite extensively and with gratify
ing results.
James Wrightsman was in town yester
day. T. J. Buford is going to Portland next
Judge D. Risdon, of Eugene City, was iu
town last Saturday.
J. B. Ferguson, of Lane county, was in
town last Saturday.
M. S. Neuzas3 will make a trip to San
Francisco soon, iu tbe interests of his firm
Miss Lee, sister of Senator Lee of Polk
Co., is in town, visiting friends and acquaintances..
A surprise party was lately given by the
citizens of Lebanon to Dr. D. M. Ballard, of
that place in honor of his 57th birth-day.
Rev. Mr. Moss, of Monmouth, left last
week, with his family, for Goldendale. He
has been engaged to preach for them at that
plac ?.
Miss Montgomery whose attendance as
a student at the College, was interrupted
recently, by ill health, has returned and
resumed her place in her classes.
Mr. Orville Jennings and Mr. Edwin
Jackson have returned and resumed their
studies in the College, after an absence of a
few days On account of impaired health.
James Martin of Monroe pre-inct, started
home Wednesday morning with an appara
tus in his wagon for moving buildings. He
intends to change the situation of a building
on bis place.
James W. Brasfleld and Jimes Ball of
Newport, arrived in town the fore part of
the week. They report the roads in such
an unfavorable condition that they are al
most impassible.
Wesley Hinton, E. H. Hawkins, Adam
Willhelm, Samuel Reader and Geo. W.
Houck of Monroe, wore in town last Sat
urday, looking after the sale of some land
belonging to the Reader estate.
The ladies brass band at Albany recently
gave a grand surprise party to Mi is Mattie
Foster, at the residence of her father, in
honor of her 2lst birth-day. The occasion
was attended by the elite of the city and
was a very enjoyable one.
ririniro sews.
Poisoned by Dead Hie.
A fsw days aso Mr. D. W. Ellis, who re.
sides a few miles from East Portland, put
poison in his granary to rid it of mice. The
mice after eating the poison by some, means
got out of the granary, and a number of
them fell into the well, from which the lam
ily had used water until they became very
sick. A physician was sent for, and after
discovering their ailment ordered the well
cleaned, when they found a number of dead
mice. Although nothing serious has come
of it, the people are very sick, Mrs. Ellis
being bedridden. Oregonian.
From Ozkrille.
Oakville, Linn Co., Feb. 12. 1882.
Ed. G.17ETTE: Your loud appeal to your
readers to write a few items for the Gazette
every week, in ur last issue, reached this
part of the country. I am not a citizen of
your county, but probably a few items from
Linu County wo.ild interest your readers.
Oakviile is situated about four and a half
miles southeast of CorvaUis. We have one
of the finest churches in Linn county, con
ducted by the U. P. Church; also a Sabbath
School with over 100 in attendance.
There has been two deaths in the past
week. Rev. Atchenson lost a little daugh
ter, aged two years and a half. Mrs. Dalin
da Goodell, a resident of Marion County,
died at the residence of Wm. StTohu on the
10th. She was born in Ohio iu the year
1S36 ; emigrated to Illinois and Main, and
came to Oregon in 1847; settled on French
prairie and lived there up to tho lime of bar
death. Having lived a devoted christian
for forty years, she lias now gone to meet
her companion who died seven years ago.
There was a meeting on last Monday
night to take steps for a new ferry. We
have twenty-four shares taken. There is to
be another meeting the 13th to make ar
rangements to jxo to work. We have been
robbed by the Moore's ferry long enough.
They have been very narticuls in charging
men who haul wood and crossing every day
to your city, a full price. I think the citi
zens of Benton should take an interest in
this enterprise for there is many who live
nearer CorvaUis than Albany would go
there to do their trading, but we have to
pay 50 cents every time we cross, and it
counts up in the course of the year. We
appeal to the citizens of Benton to come to
our rescue, for a "friend in need is a friend
indeed. "
On tho 13th we met again to reconsider
the ferry question, and the company was
organized and wy.l be incorporated soon.
We wish to say this to those business
men of CorvaUis who are so independent
about not helping U3, who say they will not
give a cent, that they will be remembered,
especially by those who have farms on this
side of the river. I heard one man say that
he had traded thousands of dollars at a cer
tain store, but that they could have no more
of his money. Men who live by the farmer
must liear in mind that there is a way to
get even, and we propose to recollect all
those who say they will not give a cent to
help us free ourselves from this burden.
H. S.
List of Letters
Remaining in the Postoffice at Corvall is
Benton County, Oregon, Feb. 17, 1882.
Persons caljing for the same will please say
advertised :
Fraukie Curtis, Annie Kesey, Mary Steph
ens, Jas. G. Grainger. C. C. Hines, Geo. W.
Herbert, L. H. Little, Wm. Walters.
N. R. Barber, P. M.
A Handsome Present.
The citizens of Union tnadettp a purse of
$75, says the Union County Record, and
presented it to Mr. J. B. Horner at the ex
piration of his term of school. He has un
doubtedly built up and is carrying on the
best school we have had here for some time,
and the citizens appreciate his efforts. .
A. J. Langworthy's Cash slot r.
Corner of Main aud Jackson sts. , opposite
the ferry, CorvaUis, is the place to get bar
gains in dry goods and groceries.
Kings Valley. '(
Editor Gazette. Things are jogging
along here at the usual rate. Of course
farmers are a little disgusted with this eter
nal snow. One week ago some ten or a
dozen plows started out at egular spring
work and for about one day the air at morn
was musical with the yell and howl of the
gentle plow boy, but now alas ! hushed
and still are those sweet voices.
The health of the people in the valley has
not been very good for a month bask. Mr.
George Fowler and Mrs. Gninn have been
vety sick but I hear they are now better.
The water is not yet high enough for the
loggers to float their logs down the Luck
uiamute they are waiting anxiously for rain
more rain. v"f'.-
A young genius of this neighborhood has
been at work for some time on the ploblem
of perpetual motion. He thinks he has
succeded. I have an idea thouch that it
will be a long time before his machine goes.
There is a very light political breeze
stirring, and a very faint rumor that we
have anions? us one or two political aspirants!
I will get the big man to write for yonr
childreus column next week. Brutus.
February, 12, 1882.
N, Border Will Oat.
On lart Saturday morning it was discov
ered bv h,e Portland police that tie man
Tne mail carrier between Nahalem -Sad J wiose bofijras foirad last November in the
Taiansook reports the recent storra to haws ! Willamette rjver. Tvrth a large stone tied
beononeV unprecedented fury W'tSiS
section. Thatv.everything is stirring in j Carry Bradley, and had been taken from
Tillamook and bi Nthalem foil of salmon. thence and cast into the river,
(Jacksonville Sentinel.)
Pfeil Bros, of Gall's creek have struck
very good prospects and they believe that
the rich channel of olden days has been
found again.
Few miners have done comparatively any
thing, and unless they have a favorable
Spring, the yield of gold-dust will be much
lighter than usual.
lien Haymond, of Kock t'oint, who was
in town yesterday, informs us that the
damage resulting front the break in Hays
& Magruder's reservoir, last week, includ
iug loss of time, amounted to about $1,000.
Snow, intermingled with rain, commenced
falling Wednesday morning, and continued
until yesterday noon, when it started in
raining earnestly. This has furnished the
miners a tine supply of water and they are
making the most of it. The prospects for
a fair season are good, unless cold weather
should again intervene.
The cold snap caused a total suspension
of mining operations on Dividend Bar.
Railroad Paragraphs.
Parties are in the field surveying the route
for the railroad to Yaquina bay.
Blasting on the rocky cuts still continues.
The company are pushing forward the
work on their wharves near the bay.
A first class saw mill, capable of cutting
20,000 feet of lumber per day, will be put
np this spring on the north fork of Myrtle
creek .
As soon as tbe wather is favorable in the
spring a large force of workman of all kinds
will be placed on the route so as to force
the road through as soon as practicable.
Arrangements says the San Francisco
Bulletin, for the immediate construction of
the Atlantic & Pacific railroad from Mohave
station, on the Southern Pacific railroad,
situated at the head of Mohave c' esert, east
ward to the Colorado river, have been
Fatal Accident.
On last Monday the employes on the line
of the O. R. & N. Co.'s railroad while tear
ing down au old bridge in Holladay's
Avenue, across Sullivan's Gulch, East Port
land, after planking had been loosened as
far as the center, and about a dozen men
were engaged in carrying off the planks,
when the bant near the center fell, striking
ainst the next, and the whole east half of
the bridge was thrown down. John G.
Smith was instantly killed, his thigh and
shoulder being smashed, and neck disloca
ted. Miles Creegan sustained a fracture of
one of the bones of the left leg, and other
bruises. William Kane had a leg broken
and his nose broken, and mouth badly cut.
James Tieruey had a rib broken, ankle
sprained, and is injured internally. Several
others were slightly injured.
Hamllion only one of the Gang at Large
About noon on the 15th inst. Chief Lap-
pens received a dispatch from Chief Crowley
of San Francisco stating that Carrie Bradley
had been arrested there on the arrival of the
steamer Idaho from Victoria. Owing to
rumors about bodies being buried or con
cealed on the premises, where the murder
was committed, Chief Lappeus had the
premises searched, but the search ended in
the discovery of nothiijg Carrie Bradley,
Pete Sullivan anil Jack Mahonoy are all in
prison in CaliBliia, but Chas. Hamilton is
still at large.
--. Colttt a Crays Harbor.
A gentleman from this city, says the
Standard, has received a letter from Mr.
Glenn Patterson, of Gray's Harbor, W. T.,
from which we are allowed to make the
following extract: "There u quite an ex
citement on the North side about gold.
They are taking out $20 per 'on, washing
black sand. They have struck a lead 18
inches thick, running back into the beach,
about 20 claims have been taken, and all
expect to make fortunes."
' Saboaey Arrested.
Cljief Lappeus, says the Standard, re
ceived a dispatch from Chief Crowley, of
San Francisco, on Sunday night, stating
that Jack Mahoney, the hackman implica
ted in the disposing of the body of James
N. Brown, murdered at Carrie Bradley's on
October 25th, had been arrested and was in
TELEGRAMS, j you may take, must bs decided upon your
own responsibility, aud will be on your in-
Thomas M. Nechall, in a card in the Trib- denenHont authority. After full consider
une, in reply to au attack by the New York a' on of yonr suggesti n that it m vy ba ue -Commercial
Advertiser in regard to the essary to conduct the same negotiation at
Cleveland Garfield Monument, uses the . more than one point, the president has di
foUowing language: "All of you who glory reeted that the third assistant secretary of
in the name of stalwarts, and who took part state accompany you. Should the o.cusimi
in the vilification and abuse of President . which you anticipate arise, you are antho
Garheld last summer, who -sought to con- rized to give Mr. Blaine necessary instroc
trol his offcial action, or degrade or destroy tions, his official rank in the department
his character and reputation, are respou- and his detail for official services' on this
mission being sufficient to authorize him.
2STew this Week.
jail awaiting a requisition from the gover.Jn says concennng the oil fires in that
ttktiij. fi ui o- ' regioi that the fourth tank cmght this
at Salem yesterday and procured requisi
tions for him, and also for Hamilton, who
is supposed to be in Arizona.
sible for his murder. His blood is on the
garments of the whole gang of you, and you
cannot wipe it off. You have been dealt
with very tenderly touching your grave re
sponsibility for this crime, but everybody
knows you are guilty, and you feel it your
selves in your iurermost souls. It was
your abuse and denunciation that 'inspired"
Gniteau to remove the president as a polit
ical necessity, and you will not be permitted
much longer toj hide the stains on your
hands or distract attention from them by
raising the dust around the heels of Blaine,
by throwing mud at Sherman, or heaping
ridicule on me. Your crime wa? not mere
ly the murder of a man, it was the transfer
of government by a murder to the hands of
a faction of the f arty, which, if the question
could have been submitted to the people at
the time it was done, would not have re
ceived one vote in a thousand. One would
think that with such a fact haugin? .over
your heads in the clear daylight of public
knowledge yon would have sense enough,
thongh destitute of all decency, . to enjoy
the lease of power tho assassin gave you,
while the law allows, without persisteutly
villifying the chosen friends ami associates
of your victim, who was the nation's choice.
Why, you are the most stupid fools iu the
world to keep on provoking discussion of
these old matters. You stand as acknowl
edged criminals, as morally responsible for
and guilty of Garfield's murder; but against
you, on account of your friends and the
good name of the community, prosecuting
witnesses are loth to proceed. Hut when
yon treat mercy as cowardice, and to guilt
add insolence and defiance, you are Uno long
er entitled to forbearance. So now if you
want reconsideration and full discussion of
the whole subject proceed with your abuse.
The greenback state committee will meet
at New York Feb. 22d to consider a call for
a national convention and other business.
A spark from a locomotive on the Buffalo.
New York and Philadelphia road fired some
little oil pools near Olean, N. Y., and the
tire soon spread to three iron tanks con
taining 105,000 barrels of oil, which are in
The piano case factory of C. F. Dielmnn
& Co., West Twenty-first street, New York
was burned with contents. Loss on stock
estimated at $100,000. '
This afternoon Wm. Smothers, of Nevada,
an ex-convict, created a sensation by wan
tonly killing one Chinaman and shooting
at another.
A Vienna dispatch says: In order not to
offend Russia, Austria has entirely aban
doned the plan of partial or temporary occu
pation of Montenegre.
Minor engagements have taken ulace
Herzegovina since the 9th inst. Iusuraents
have been worsted in every case. The fight
on the 10th inst. near Tirnova lasted from
day-break until afternoon. The insurgents
fled, leaving 20 dead and carrying away
about 40 wounded. The Austrians lost five
killed and wounded.
An explosion occurred in a colliery in
Rhondda valley, Wales. Houses were
shaken two miles off.
Postmaster General Howe has written the
following letter to postmasters of the United
States: Tho society of the Army of the
Cumberland appeal to you for aid to pro
cure contributions to funds for the erection
of a monument at the national capital to the
memory oi Jas A. Uarneld. 1 am sure no
word is needed from me to enlist your best
efforts in behalf i f such a cause.
The president says to-day that the sub
ject of important foreign appointments is
under consideration between himself and
the secretary of state, and they expect to
have them ready for the senate early next
week. The missions to Berlin, Vienna, St.
Petersburg, Chili and Mexico are to be
The president has signed the commissions
of Frederick A. Fritley as Governor of
Arizona; Geo. B, Dunham as collector of in
ternal revenue tor the sixth district of .
and William H. Armstrong of Pennsylvania
as commissioner of railroad accounts.
New York, Feb. 13. Citizens of Green
wood, Steuben county, having resisted the
sale of town property levied on unber judg
ment for interests on town bonds issued iu
aid of a railroad never built, the governor
has issued a proclamation declaring Green
wood in a state of insurrection, and warn
ing people to desist from opposition to ex
ecution of the law.
Chicago, Feb. 13. The subject of com
pulsory retirement, which has been brought
before congress by Butterworth's bill, is be
ing agitated among military men in the
west. From recent letters received here
from army officers and from conversation
with several of these stationed here, it is
learned that there is an almost unanimous
desire in the army to have a bill passed re
tiring all officers from active service who
have attained the age of 62.
Pew York, Feb. 13. A special from
. Burned Steamer.
A dispatch was received by the Merchants
Exchange on Sunday, says the Standard,
r.rni Westport, Mendocino county, Cal.,
ftating that the hull of a burned steamer
had been seen 20 miles off the coast. The
report caused mnch anxiety here for fear it
might be the Oregon. She arrived safe at
San Francisco yesterday and the Walla
Walla is at Puget Sound, and nearly all the
steamers on the coast are accounted for and
nothing certain is known as to what tbe
wreck may be.
Infold Agony o Bore.
San Francisco, Cal., July 9, 1881,
H. H. Warner & Co.: Sirs I have
suffered untold agony from an affection of
the kidneys and -bladder. I received no re
lief until I used your Safe Kidney and Liver
Cure, which did me more good than all the
springs and doctors combined. I consider
it the greatest medicine of the age for kidney
and bladder troubles.
C. A. Page, 1305 Leavenworth St
We have engaged the services of M.
L. Nottsger to assist us on the Gazettf.
Mr. Noftsger is an educated gentleman. He
has been admitted to practice law and par
sued the practi.-o of that profession for a
time in Iowa and also in this State. His
favorable acquaintance in this (county for
some years past is sufficient guarantee with
out further comment that his assistance will
he appreciated by our patrons.
Centerville, Umatilla county, expects to
build a $4000 school house this year.
morning, lnus tar I.IU.UUU barrels valued
at $100,(D0 are destroyed, and it is feared
the Are wUl spread.
Cleveland, Feb. 13. A rumor seeks veri
fication in Cleveland that Mrs, Garfield has
written to the president asking him to
eommute the sentence of Gniteau. The
Herald says, "We have the best of author
ity for stating liat there is not one word of
truth in the story."
New York, Feb. 13. A private dispatch
from Paris Saturday, said failures were
occuring in all parts of the country, and
markets would ue necessarily distressed for
at least 60 days.
San Francisco, Feb. 12. The Irish socie
ties of Oakland held a meeting to-day and
resolved to celebrate the centennial anni
versary of the birth of the great Irish pat
riot and orator, Grattan, Feb. 22.
The British steamer Suez, which arrived
here last night from Hongkong and Yoko
hama, brought 777 Chinese passengers.
Washington, Feb. 13. The following
from the forthcoming volume of diplomatic
correspondence shows the nature and ex
tent of the powers conferred on Trescott :
2 ;; Department or State, -C
Washington, D. C, Nov. 3. 1881.
Sir: You will receive herewith your cdm
mfssion as special envoy with tbe title of
minister plenipotentiary to the republics of
Chili, Peru and Bolivia. This commission
will not suspend the oidinary duties of
minister plenipotentiary and .resident now
accredited to those governments, bnt they
will be duly informed concerning all com-
mnnications and negotiations connected
with the pending difficulties between Chili,
Pern and Bolivia, so far as this government
may deem it judicious. Its adtion will be
transferred to your charge except nnder
instructions which will be furnished yon.
You will place yourself in direct communi
cation with those governments, bnt it is
expected that j on should gain from U. S.
ministers there the exact condition of ex
isting political relations, and that yon will
give due regard to such suggestions as their
experience enables them to submit to your
consideration. Whatever action, however,
The number of ship-, in Port and on the way ftccm
to indicate that the price of charters will soon decline
if present prices reninn Ann in foreign markets.
Wheat in Portland firm at 160 per cental. It may
now be fairly quoted here clear:
Wheat 76c
Oats , 33c
Wool per lb , 23 to 25
Flour per barrel 4 50 to 5 00
Bacon, sides 14 to Id
Hams 15 to 16
Shoulders 10 to 12
Lard, 10 lb tins 14 to 15
" Kegrs 13 to 14
Butter, frosh rolls to 30
bon, Ind., says: "Both mvscif ami wife
owe our lives to SriILOH'S CONSUMP
ARE YOU MADE miserable by Indi
gestion, Consumption, Dizziness, Loss of
Appe.tite, Yellow Skin? Sbiloh's Vitalizer
is a positive cure.
WHY WILL YDU cough when Shiloh's
Cure will give immediate relief. Price 10
cts. 50 cts. aud $1.
itive cure for Catarrh, Diptheria and Canker
"HACKMETACK," a lasting and fragrant
perfume. Price 25 aud 50 cents.
SHIOH'S CURE WILL immediately relieve
Croup, Whooping cough and Bronchitis.
FOR DYSPEPSIA and Liver Complaint,
you have a printed guarantee on eei
bottle of Shiloh s Vitalizer. it
to cure.
bottle of Shiloh's Catarrh
50 cents.
All of the above mei
4 Woodward's, Cor
An oldj
for genS
cases, feels 1
his suffering 1
use, and all
turns tor sue
home, will be
mail, tree ot cn
stamp or stamped t
161 N. Calve
without formal commission, to execute your
instructions. Your expenses and those of
the third assistant secretory who accom
panies you going and returning, and such
as are incidental to your residence in South
America and the mission which you aro on
will be allowed by the department in confi
dence that with line regard to the propri
eties in jour pnsitioa and dutis3 with which
you are charged, tlio expenses will be rea
sonable and carefully r.gulated. You will
receive herewith an allowance of 2000,
which will bo charged to your expense
account. In final se tlement of your ac
count for expenses you will be required to
furnish this department with a certificate
that the amounts charged have been actually
ejipi.uueu ior iiiai purpose, ion ara au
thorized to expenrt for clerical services whi'e
engaged on the special mission a sum not to
exceed 1500, for which you will retnra
propur vouchers. Your compensation for
the special mission is hereby fixed at 10,
000, of which allowance not to exceed 1000
will be made to you forthwith, to be charged
to your componsation account. You are
also authorize 1 to draw upon the secretary
of state from time to time against your
compensation allowance in sums not to" ex
ceed 1000 monthly, commencing from
January, 18S2, provided the total amount
of such drafts shall not exceed 5000 leav
ing the remainder to be adjustad at cloas
of your mission. 1 am, etc.,
New York, Feb. 13. The Lincoln Club
celebrated to-night the 73d anniversary of
the birthday of President Lincoln.
Lincoln, Feb. 14. The star route case
opened to-day with Fred E. Cleary, post
master of Sidney, ou the stand. He refused
to testify lest he might criminate himself, j
Mineola, Texas, Feb. 14. two bridges j
were washed away in a recent great storm ;
on the eastern division of the Texas Paciiic. i
Richmond, Feb. li. The bolting read- j
juater3 aaree to abide the decision of tbe j
Of thirty Bdian mechanics who went to
AspinwaU to work on the Panama Canal, j
eight have died of isthuinus fever.
Minister Logan says ho hopes to secure
the unanimous cooperation of the countries
to which he is accredited at the proposed
congress of republics of North and South
America, in Nov. -next at Washington.
The congress would he attended with the
happiest results, should a full agreement be
reached. It is to be hoped that efforts for
the suppression of war between countries of
the American continent will not be frus
trated. A bill has been introduced in congress to
disqualify polygamists from holding office,
or from heiug delegates in Congress.
Senator Slater delivered a speech in the
seaats recently, in which he specially ad
vocated the improvement of the Yaquina
Bay, with a view of mailing the Oregon
Pacific railroad, now in process of construc
tion from that harbor, an effective coiupo
ting line.
It is said that the sub-committee of ways
and means will recommend, that the tax on
all articles, except spirituous, vinous and
inalt liquors, tobacco, cigara and cigarettes
be repealed.
The Standard says that "Rsv L. A. Banks
of Vancouver, was summoned by telegraph
to the bed side of hi3 sick children who
have been placed in charge of their grand
parents near CorvaUis. Ho fears that they
have diphtheria as that disease is prevalent
in CorvaUis." We are pleased to inform
the public that Mr. Banks mistaken
as tpthat dreadful disease being in CorvaUis.
There has been none of it here for a long
Death of John 1. Thompson.
A dispatch to Hun. John Burnett, r;
ceived here yesterday from Albany, announ
ces the death of Judge Thompson of Ei -gene.
No particulars given. His body wi 1
be on the train of to-day as it ;passes Al
bany for Eugene,
Land Office at Oregon City, Oregon,
Feb. 9th, 1882. J
lowinjf touted settler Iai filed notice of hla in
tention in make final proof in xupport of ais ctsip,
and that said proof wBl bs made before B. W. WUt
son, County clerk, at Ctirvajlis. lieuton County.
Oregon; on
'Icfsuay, March 21, 1882,
Viz: Linia Toby, widow o Thomas Toby, deceased.
Homestead Application No. S140, for the S. E. J of K,
E. 1 and lots 2, 5. 4 and a See. 21, t. 13 S. , R. 11 W.
He names the IqBowteg w ituesses to prove his coa
tinuous resilience upon and culti ration of said landr
viz: James M. Collins, oi Waldport, Benton Co. , Oiv
egon, Peter Eckman, of Waldport, Benton Co., Or. ;
August Lutjins, of Valtl2ort, Benton Co., Or.; Henrr
Lntjins, oi waldport, Bentqii Co., Oregon,
Also, Henry Lutjius, Homestead ApnllcatlQB No
S13!) fur lots 8, 9, JO aud 11, Sec. 22. lot 1, Sec. 27, anoj
lot 1. Sec. 23, T. 13 S., R. 11 W,
He names the following witnesses to prove his coa-r
tinuous residence upon and cultivation oi said land.
viz: Geo. W. Collins, of Waldjiort, Benton Co., Or. f
Austin Howell, uf Waldport, Benton Co., Or.; James
M. Collins, of Waldport, Benton Co., Or.; August
Lutjino, of Waldport, Benton Co., Oregon.
Also, August Lutjius, Horaestead Application No
3130 ior lots 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17, Hoc. 22, T. 13
K. 11 W.
He names the tollowing witnesses to prove his con
tinuous residence upon and cultivation of said land,
viz: Martin Lyringcr, of Waldport, Benton Co., Or. f
James M. Collins, of Waldport, Benton Co., Or. j:
Peter Edemas, of Waldport, Benton Co., Or. ; Henre
Lutjius, of Waldport, Benton Co., Oregon.
1&1SV5 L. T. BARIN, Register.
"For beauty of tone, touch and action, I
have never seen their equal."
"The Rsabc" Ik absolutely tbe best pUue
721 Market Street. S. FT
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or In the Courts attended to for MODERATE Fr,fc.S:
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tain patents in time than those remote frci
WhifU model or drawing Is sent we advise as t
patentability free of charge; and we make KC
We refer, here, to the Post Master, the Supt. of tfe
Monav Order h, and to officials of the U.S. Patii'.
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Administrator's Notice
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In the matter of the Estate
Aaron Wells, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that I, Bradley JTrnxe',
.administrator of said estate, have filed my final -count
as administrator of said estate with the Clir! l
the County Court of the County of Beuton, sta- t
Oregon, and the County Court of said Co cut; i
Saturday, the Ulh day of March, l&f ,
at 10 o'clock a. m. , as the time for beirlnj any tn t
all objections to Lhe same.
Adni'r of the estate of Aaron Wells, oV '
Feb. 10th, 1882. 19:7w5.
From the undersigned, living at Monfoe, the V
ing described horses : One sorrel mare abou
hands high, star in forehead, heavy in foal, li
eye; old looking and hard to catch. Had v
uhaii she left a dark iron 2rav horse colt. An .
son giving information of their whereaboi ts wis.
suttaosy rewaruea. Aaaress ne unuersigneu m h
roe, Benton County, Oregon.
19:7tf. LABAN CAS '.
Wednesday Evening, Feb. 5".
Committee of A rrangement.
Committee on Invitation.
H. Mansfield, H. L. R.-.BEit-
G. V. Belt, H. Hirsciibk. tr
Monroe. Butteville.
J. Houck. Jas. Ik .. . ..
Sam Wyatt, Cuas. ' Hesk:
Soap Creek,
Chas. Moor.
Floor Managers.
M. S. Neugasbs, F. Vincemt,
David Osbcrn, E.
All Firemen especisvU