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FRIDAY MORNING, AUG. 55, 1882.
Catered at the Postoffice at Corvallis,
Oregon, as seeond-clr.ss matter:
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OFFICIAL PAPER FOR 8ENT0N COuNTY.
THAT THING WITHOUT A NONDPLUE
A person signing himself "V. R. Hyde
writes a scurrilous, personal attack, using
onr name therein. From the tone of his
article'eoe might suppose him to be badly
i-. -j "off," or else the embodiment of ininrerf
innocence; but from the language therein
used it might consistently be concluded that
be was playing the part of a cowardly pu
gilistic blackguard. As a pretended excuse
for such language he claims to take offence
at something which he says was in the G A
zette regarding somebody's "Grandma.'
We hardly expected to be beset by the
wholeIist of connections, for four or five
eenerations, but it seems to be our fate
The grandson says we "appologized to him
in a private conversation, for a former item
in our paper" meaning the Gazette, which
is as false as the heart of the contemptible
writer of the article. Jn the first place we
did not owe him an apology, for we had not
published any item calling for or requiring
an apology. In the next place we did not seek
or have any private conversation with him.
.1T , T . r . .
- e au no occasion lor any and besides we
make it a rule not to hold .private conversa
tions with contemptible wretches who are
in the habit of sneaking around behind our
back with the intention of doing us a dirty
trick. What we have to say or do we do
open and aboveboard and nothing but a
coward will do otherwise. The item to
which exceptions were first taken was ner
fectly innocent in every particular, and its
publication, the substance of which, was
suggested by a friend of his as a piece of
pleasantly. To rive those who do not re
member it an idea of how soft a person
must be to take exceptions to it, we repub
iisn it, as follows:
"A Curious Effect of a Sea Side Vis
"i our townsmen, famous as an
expert with paste pot and scissors, while on
a trip to the sea shore recentlv. it is M
found personal attractions in the cooking
ucpiuircum one 01 tne principal hotels
where he was stopping, in the person of i
young lady. So much so did those allure
ments attract him that he found it no use
to attempt to count the sands upon the sea
shore during bis stay, but straightway en
, tered that department of eatables as assis
tant to the object of his attractions."
ine idea mat we should, in a private
conversation, apologize to a great simpl
"booby of a galoot" for something w hich he
was fearful would offend a young lady, is
too preposterous to admit of a serious
thought from any sensible person. To sun
pose that any person would take offence at
anything contained in such an item, as
above, could only be imagined by a lovesick
If he will trot the contemptible cur out
noi wnom ne claims says that the niana
gers of the Gazette had not fulfilled en
gagement with, or treated them other than
m an honorable way, who will say anything
ef the kind to us when near enough to "look
ns in the eye," we may introduce them to
or five or six year old devil, whom, if he
felt insulted, might start a first class tan
yard over their eye.
We started out in this "eold, uncharit
able world" when not yet of age, with
nothing to assist us pecuniarily but our own
hands, and while our few successes have
been attended only with constant persever
ance and toil and a strict attention to our
business, yet during all of this time we
have from time to time had a lot of impu
dent, contemptible wretches. bliinrlsiir......
and leeches, who neither had ability or in
dustry enough to conduct a remunerative
business of their own profitably and who
had made failures at everything undertaken
and being jealous of our progress thought
they could accomplish some sel h purpose
by dictating to us and endeavoring to make
us pursue their suggestions, and failing to
accomplish their purpose, we have been
told by parties whom we most certainly
oeueve to be truthful and who certainly
could have no motive in telling ns an nn
truth about the matter, "that some of them
have sneaked around behind our back and
tried to pursuade woikmen not to work for
us, others have interviewed persons com
municating to our paper and attempted to
pursuad them to put up dirty jobs 'on ns,
none of which any decent person weald
think of doing to a savage. It is not the
first time we have had cowardly, sHnkin,
contemptible curs on our track, who are
both bankrupt in principle as well as purse,
who after finding that they could not drive
or dictate to us, and finding that we com
plain and nrge objections to having sneaks
around behind our back meddling with our
uuwana omce attairs, some of them
have gone so far as. to attempt to intimidate
y saving or his own sake and the
sane of those around him, I (meaning the
backbiter, the intermeddler, the one who
sneaks around behind another's back to in
terf ere with business not concerning him)
" vma runner controversy and
shall not at this time give quotations in tie
musical mitrument trade, post office buai
ness, the steam boat trafic he,,, a-i-i.
and Albany, or other branches, but may be
jnuuceci to no so hereafter" etc. Well afi
grate upon his tender and marriageable
feelings, he had better pursuad 3 the "grand
ma" to do what she does open and above
board and not slip around behind our back
and intermeddle with onr busiuess affairs,
our workhands, parties who communicate
to oar paper, or who we employ, or when
we employ them, or with anvthincr else we
do in the management of our affairs.
If it should be concluded that the com
munication sent from Albany to our H. & L.
Co., asking them to participate with Albany
H. L. Co , in competing for a prize of 40,
and which was acted upon and accepted by
the Corvallis H. L. Co., was sent without
authority as an invitation, and there really
was a mistake made on the part of ihe com
mitteeman of Albany In paying 10 too
much, the mistake should most certainlv he
corrected, not only in order to preserve good
feeling, but because it is right to correct
sucn a mistake and wrong not to correct it
But on the other hand, if the Albany cnm
panies have had anything to do with circu
lating such imputations against Corvalns
firemen as was published in the Mercury, of
a recent date, thev should deem it their
duty to also correct that mistake and all of
a similar Kind. .Because Uorvallis H. & L.
Co. were not to blame for the mirtake al
leged to have been made in the payment of
the 310. They received what they deemed
to be an invitation and what purported to
be an invitation, and coming from what
seemed to them to be an authentic sonrsc.
They accepted such as a bonafied invitation
and went to Aloany and acted upon it and
received the nrizc in accordance with the
amount named in what they had supposed
was an invitation to them. If such a mis
take was made, it was certainly made by
Albany men and not by those of Corvallis,
besides it was maee in such manner, to say
the least of it, as wonld naturally cause any
company to look at the whole affair with a
great deal of hesitancy before yielding.
iru..u, ih., aoj, w-iamj new provided for in the river and harbor act.
fiil 0"""w 'eve.r ro-aay. inree deaths, The board will make its report in time to
and hf teen deaths from all causes for the be received on the twentieth of November
! niuM. two nunoreit cases 01 next.
fever are nnder treatment by doctors.
Matamoras, Aug. 19. Eleven
from fever in the last 24 hours. But few
-TnmriprbimT "MA Inn TO Tin. '.,-.
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ree i.oai and iron company has one hun-
ureu miners worKing to-day. 1 ne oriental
COmnanv lint tht?ir new lalnreps aVinnf. fif
teen men, to work this morning, and they
were shortly after joined by about fifteen
Washington, Aug. 19. Ihe July num
ber of consular reports contains reports by
Con ml George J. Gifford of La Rochelle, on
the falsification of brandy exported from
La Rochelle, to the United States. The
production of genuine brandy from the
white wine of France, Gifford thinks, has
them and by them he intends to do one of
two things, either to make your administra-
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. . - i n - .... .no 17 v. 11 no j 1 1 1 .1-
tion, or he has some other obiect no less
Woci, ;,. to m. . dangerous to the Darfcv. 1 . nnni.f. Krini.
, nmuHcwA xo. x uere are now in l ... ... .,lr. . . . .
deaths the treasury vaults ninety millions of brand yseU, believe that Blaine is 111 the state
it. tew . . w i., , !.,. ,! 1S xi"u "e is reuorrea to be. and I sinners
new silver dollars which are lvinc idle.
making a total nf Si is nnrt orm in ,-,-.
com on hand. Silver dollars increase at
the rate of three millions each month iron
millions of which are coined by mints in
accordance with law.
New York. Ann. 21. The Times sava-
Now that heat of Slimmer has someulinf
abated and the attractions of New York
ATA temnf.il.rr 11 nre.om I. ,1 r.
Speaker Keifer's committee to find out the
reason for the A. lino nf AiTieni.ii ehin
uiuuung wonld ne in order, hut a convoca
tion of the illustrious eonrmisnion must: he
delayed by several reasons. Cox has pro-
iy Trust General Arthur has heen nrUin
formed. T snv to imn f ...... i -
. j .- " null iui y 1 1 in ill ill 1 1 ll -
istration and the. t-it.h l.i;,... ....-i.. i i
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the country, that the appointment of Judge
I.Y, 1 1.1... 1. 1 . P
" treasury department is the
most imDOrtant one von limm .l,.i
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Your failure to appoint him, it seems to me,
would he the monumental mistake of your
administration. I believe the republican
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r" "J ' uuc uuuuiry nun k wen ot Blaine.
ana iniiiK nis selection a the head of your
cabinet is a wise one,. but Blaine is not in a
uuhiliihi T.o ne en.e, ot rim in K. ..... ...... 11
. ..... iinuiucu, ami nil. ll
dictate other important places in it, aud,
wnar, is oi more importance, you are not in
POtinded for the pniTilnvmanf of the leisure nnsifion ro oil.,... V.i... J
...... 1. 1 a imiivC v. iij.'i.i iiuiii&q) una I e . . - - . i
substantially ceased on account of the fail- " r x cora"reef several
arc ot the vine and the greater part of the i v. " rr" p J uCOuii
volt among some of the more sensitive mem
hers of the republican party is imminent;
Chairman Page, of California, who,
Vfine now sold is Tirenared from alcohol
ouLaiued iro:n grain, potatoes or Deets.
coincident with the failure of white wine
was the appear.. nee of large quantities of -"airman fape, of California who as i
alcohol in parts of France adjacent to the S!f ?e"",driv0er the r',ad fr?? P3er
n iiiv J 'i ' m i in. I ii ociblTlU III bill; l. i ll i l t i
most of it. I' 1 1 1 1 1 i ri ii from lermnnv Thia im
portation of alcohol, he says, increases from
year to year, is now 46 per cent, greater
than in 1850. Gifford closes his report as
follows: "All French brandy might proper
Iy and perhaps ought to be excluded from
the TTnit.eil States on ftenitnrv u-riumjc
There is a strong presumption! aeainst the
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iuii,v ui it i.ii in: ii.ii l in ll .11 M i ll is iminr-
tnnately almost impossible to detect the
fraud by chemical analysis, especially where
town to Shingle Spriners. has obtained
Sllthcent knowledge of Tiavirration to enable
him to dispute the palm of superiority with
mariner Robeson, and has his little local
affairs to cook also, and until those ni liars
of Keifer's wonderful committee ase re
lieved, inquiry must wait. Hut it is under
stood that when the performance reaJIy
does besrin. it will arirroTirinelv orien what.
is popularly known as the amusement sea-
New York, Aug. 31. Times editorial
nwm analysis, especially wnere new r orK, Aug. ai. Times editorial: drinks uch as 1 eer
mixtures now employed are piped It is said that ex-Congressman Acfclin, of of s'piritnons lio'uora
a still, unsavorv renntation. in the author of the .... 1
1 r-tr """""""" iivT.i.1,, ui
through a still, unsavory reputation, is the author of the
Washington A,, on a i f election law in Louisiana. The inventor.
Governor Roberts, Texas, was received yes- whrever he ftay be, is entitled to the cred
terdayatthe treasury department stating rt ""'""S dwtapeed all competitors in the
i, ,...; en -t ii :.i great strugie lor tne oest macninerv to ma
wiwi . , . . , . .- . 1 :
Chicago. Allg. 21. At a meetintr of
state executive committee of the TllinoU
ueaiers and Brewers association this after
iiunii, wie acwon oi western dif tillers at a
recent meeting he: e, in passing a resolution
favorinsT an orderlv SahhaH, oml V..-..1. l:
- j "'s' li
cense, to crush disreputable saloons, and
depreciating brinjring the liquor question
into politics, was discussed, and a set of
savage resolutions repressed making a
personal attack on H. B. Miller, author of
the former resolutions
distillers association. The preamble states
vv,. : ., . - ... . . .
miv uuciiciiu. tinriuiisinitcs that prohibi
tory anil sumnhmrv lo(.i..inf
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vwiiouuif-.iuii uneapaiid poisonous acohol
t . ... V.T ix.r. . .1 I , , 1
. wc.M.i.g ununaoai aid n creas
ing consuisption of lighter anl healthier
dnnksaacn as beer, wine and a better class
the suffering condition of those sink
yellow fever, of the 2000 persons in Browns.
ville and out of employment on account of
OUarantine. reOUestintr aid Aetinrr enure
tary French replied that the government
would taKe charge ot the hospital and quar-
vent a free ballot. Acklin's nlan is f.i
simpler than brutal and troublesome bnll-
dosing and intimidation, or tissue stuffing
of ballot. hnYes The new T viiiioinno -
tion law provides that no ballot shall be re-
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vcivcu or ciiuiii.eii unless pnnreo on paper
The legislature meets soon, at which time
it will be seen whether the usual amount of
partisan feeling will be exhibited and ad
hered to in the passage of measures by that
body. While it is true that legislators are
elected to their positions by party votes, as
a general thing, yet when they are elected
they are the representatives of the people,
whose dutv it is to make their actions con
form to the purpose of doing the most good
to the greatest number of those people
whom they represent. That such is the
duty of a legislator is unquestionable, and
yet we find many who loose sight of their
duty in a oroad sense and who also act and
go through the pretended performance of
duty as if they were only there to' represent
the political party upon which ticket they
ran when elected, and who also'act as if it
were their duty to maintain bitter oppos
ition to the opposite party.
The acts cf the coming Oregon legislature
will no doubt demonstrate to what extent
the members of that bodv will view their
duties in a narrow contracted light, and also
what proportion of them will act partially
or entirely from selfish motives regardless
of their duty in a broad sense to the people
at large. It might be asked why we thus
comment when the legislature is republican?
Because when a nartv is in the maioritv it
is then that they can best exhibit their dis
position to do what is for the good of the
whole people and thus show to the rest of
the world that they are capable of keeping
aloof from that narrow contracted manner
of doing things which too often assumes a
disgusting appearance in the minds of those
who are more likely to take a broader view
of such tilings. The present legislature can
do much good for Oregon and to their fellow
man it the leading spirits therein shake off
those selfish ideas which are too apt to con
trol men, and make up their minds to act
for the ultimate good of all.
antine !tt SUItah e stations if the iro.-.ro ' " uncos mimt-u II
desired it. hnt. K the .i.to t. t peculiar quality, tint and thickness, to
support all persona not n the hnsoital furnished by the secretary of state after
1 I OP form of 9nntt..iliin 'I'lii. ic
U. ,1 tt- . , t. I - V V -rt - u....r.u,
A sn it m the ati.r.roh;i.;: t
thus lnasmuated. liU.lv to nl,., . :
" - :. j w" f"j a promi
nent part in the politics of the state.
Washington. Aiiy oo TLn t
o- ' o- i ii-. in i. ii j-e-
Public, for whose safty thre was much
anxiety all last nijjht, is anchored off Wil
mington creek, with a tnr ,lnnm.;.iA cl.
. --6 ne. one
orufce the nnma hnavl of : ,
. i uci tuijiiie, ana
hence the detention.
Chicago. Aug. 52 On ii
- - -o i -- --i- w - ...... 1 ... y tiiere
will be a celebration at Ogden's Grove for
wie purpose or raising funds to erect a mon
wanmH, a.,- Aug. is;. ,eorge l). indeed, ihe secretary of state is a tlemo- V , . c ul-y rr',wn- Mr3
n ise was renominated for Congress by the crat and he controls the precious material JO,nn rown has arrived from California to
democrats of the third district, and the re. of which the 11naJ free L.TI-1 Tar.
democrats or the third district, and the re
adjustees and remihlie.in eoalition ..m.iAn
tion nominated J. Browen for congress from
wie uju1.11 uistrict.
St Louis Aim IO "V n T2...U
- -- - -. & - . .. . uuiwi, 1.1 ll Hi I
of the estate Jdbrnal at Jefferson City, pul
nsuea a card to the republicans saying that
since ine cnairman and secretary of the state
w'" uu uciciuiiiieii mi prevent tne can
ing of a State convention he ..Ira
CailS wllO faVOr One tO send him their nnmea
and he will call a eonvention if ot ik.:.
meeting on the 24th the state committee do
B. Gratz Rrnwn is Out in a letter m f..,n.
of submitting a prohibition amendment to
. . . 1 tDe people and saying that pro
hibition has in it every element, of rinht i
j ' B
jiiisiiiwc iuiu euuimoa sense.
New York, Aug. 20. Tribune's London
cable i There is no definite news from Gen
eral VV olseley. Arabi s position is immense
ly strong, both naturally and artificially
and it must be turned i,v m.. ,. t
-. . . . '.'J mill aii uvii
without fear that Wolseley is acting in too
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" "ooie wj uuiinicup Araoi Detore In
man u oops can co-operate, it may be a
political necesity. A successful blow may
prevent xurKish intervention of any kind.
If Wolseley s first stroke fails it. will o,,1tt
excite Aram s army and provoke a great
iTiuuauiuieuan rising, his unexpected early
action is perhaps caused by danger of the not on'y afford i
rising of the Nile, which would jeopardize feiters but present
the I-,, ., . a r ii r. - tl....'t.. t Si :
lieve that the wretch who would attempt
w innmiaate any one, in the manner
above indicated, has any principle any
way, and if he quotes from the truth there
is nothing in our life's history that we care
a whit about his quotations. But if ke
wishes to take the chances of launching out
upon the uncertain sea- of gossip, untruth
and blackguardism, it will be him upon,
whom it will react and not us. Tf h
thin wonderful grandson should go back into
bis own personal history and review it
truthfully and impartially, he might find
enough, to fill his mud mill for a year and
then not be through.
If Mr. Hyde don't want to see things in
i . un m i, ... i, ...in i i i .
"invii Hiu mum, lrnutie and
Encountered With a Bear.
Charles and William Masters, of Polk
county, while hunting on the headwateisof
the Santiam last week, captured two bear
cubs. While on their way to the camp
with their prizes, the mother of the cubs
suddenly attacked them and with one blow
of her paw knocked Charles out. of time,
sending his gun out of reach and freeing one
cub. She then turned upon William, who
discharged his Winchester rifle, inflicting a
flesh wound in her shoulder. She threw
him down, releasing the other cub, and
dragged him 50 yards d jwn a ravine. Char
les had recovered his gun, but was afraid to
shoot for fear of killing his brother. The
bear finally gave William a blow on the
head, tearing his scalp fearfully and then
made off after her cubs. Charles succeeded
in getting his brother to camp and dressed
nis wounds as well as possible, but it was
two days bef-re thev were able to start for
home. One of them was in town yesterday
afternoon, says the Salemen Statesman, and
tne scratches upon his body were yet nn
healed. William is yet confined to his bed.
but will be about in five or six days. Bear
hunting is all very well, but when the bear
turns hunter there is not much fun m it.
Returns from the Alabama election show
that the democratic state ticket will not
have more than 30,000 majority and that
there will be at least twenty Independents
in tne Assembly. nix.
Omaha Ann 10 Tn unon.... t x-i.
1 -...m. .... uiiol.ll 111 11 luje-
gram off inquiry sent from military hcad-
we have to say is w t.,:... JTi qnartera ' Omaha, Dr. McGillicuddy,
- i , - .. . , -"CV "i ei agent at fine Kidge agency, telegraphs to
principle of intimidation and we don't be-lGeneral Crook that trouble among tiieSioux
lieve that the wi.aI.1. 1 . , . 1 Tndians who n-i n n...l 1.,. T?.l '1 3 1 r
, ' .."(3 nil. ..Ill U A
Indians was caused by Red Cloud and a few
nisBawsueu lonowers, wno have been in-
lereto Dy white influence.
St. Louis! Aller 11 TlmnMi.,. . :1 .
TR O- j-.. ...... ii. ci!!L,ii;
the late election in the fin
nation resulted in the re-election of Clave.r-
nor Overton by alare majority. His elec
tion ia raira.rr.p.4 nn . fmumtth ikA l j
' " O v "-"jkia uuv fW itUU
St. Paul, Aug. 18. The annual nwetinir
or tne - r I 1 1 1 1 . t. n,r -. i
. ...1... M.IUUTWUUJ19 fx iUBIUtOOa
xsaiiroan company was held here to-day.
The report shos a surplus in net revenue
for the past fiscal year of $985,000.
New York, Aug. 19. The Times says the
Tiew York Silk P!Tehanre is hi.. ; ! 11
!i " J i.'f, ail bin
COCOOnS they can find and Iiaiiii tA 1
. . j W UltVG a
shipment ready to send to France in Octo-
- buniuiE niovement irnm a h..il-i
Kosetta. The Tnrliiah mh.r - I -
. ..... ..... . ...... ij icua I. 1 1 1 1 1 111
to sicn the military convention TirJth pv.
land. The saltan perhaps thinks complete
uoiciiiiuii is uewer tnan co-operation.
San Francisco. Aurr. 50. Ppnaont: -!n,,i'r.o
i O ' w lUVIJUt'
ti.n.n J. . I ....
wimio fuim, lo a very large Catherine: of re
publicans at thp si rp
wuu.vuwuu VTIlllsil 13
to assemble at S.ipr9mpritn onu.
Lne convention consists of 456 delegates
-kf ,.-1,;. ,1, C! X? ; iii s . .
ui "-" ortu xrancisco wui nave K Ala
meda L,os Anyeles Ifi R.mr'im.f,. on
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and ftauta Clara 17.
San Franpisrif. Aurr Ort xr -c i
Fixley delivered to-night an able lecture at
..liw.cun uau, in onver star house, ou th
suuject: "Politics makes cowards of us all
Arur TAA .
Vct J W UC1QU11S WrrR 1 rpt-'dlir m o t r Ii.
ing to go away without being able to obtain
Hueswoiis oi Sunday iw auri
temperance the sneaker
advanced grounds. On the Sunday law he
took the position that the republican party
should espouse the cause of sanctity of the
Sabbath as a moral, physical aud intellect
ual necessity; that as a preservation of labor
niemuo. wie eueruaenmeiiTS or camrni Tt tir.,o
a livins vital necessit.v Snah.. c
viuav. ynuuu, lie said the republi
can party as a progressive party had met
the (lllestloll ot slaverv anil ..fi...l .'t. n..,i
. . lb. 111.11
the republican party, on the basis of its
national importance, should accept this
temperance question as a living issue, and
that the republican convention at Sacra
mentO WOUld he renin mrl to L.
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challenge thrown down by the democratic
convention at San Jose. His position fav
oring the Sunday law and temperance was
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vacant, uuiujy and iorcibiy defined.
rrt.i TJi..r a -irt ti .
iici uu 1 . 1 m 1 no ii inn
. , , o- U)3 via
1' e 1 last tii' hi, iv a vprw luDfn,,...:...
o j ' j uvowumin; C
1 lie burned disl. 'ui iwiiihh-k.,,..
- . . " '"""pioM mice UXUCKS
01 tne best business section of town Nn
lives lost: but therp wio DniTA.nl
lOtal JOSS Will Tmballu rannU )Qn AnA..:
1 J ' .-WU.IJW 111-
Alexandria, Aug. 19. Long, the Ameri
can consul, was attacked yesterday inside
the gates by about 40 natives. Soldiers ar
rived and disposed the crowd and the ring
leader of the assaulting party was arrested.
Boston, August, 18. The state green
back convention met..
, f,......u aim an-
journed till afternoon, and proceeded to
ballot for nominee for governor with the
following result: Whole number of votes
156, necessary for a choiee 71 R f n..ti.
67, Judge Israel W. Andrews, 62, John M
iJevine, 37. The name of Devine was with
drawn. The second ballot resulted as fol
lows: Whole number of ...f .... 1 ui.'
. - - "- uccessary
for choice 69. fj. F. Butler 76. .lnde A
drews 46. Jno. M. T)
Sargent 1. Gen. Hut wna j.,.-.! j :
d - -' uviai UUUll-
fee T rt in the np.rmrtn.o fiKa
1 ...w,. .nit.,
the report that she is living in abject pov
ertv in ("'alifnrni.i hnf otifL oho
tt - " nu 11.1-3 .III IH
terest in a farm there. She will visit her
husband's grave before she returns to the
coast. She is 66 vears old.
Detroit. Anc. 22. The Qiinremii ln.1..A
the world, of Kniehts of Pvt.hiaa ,,-Li
here to-dav. There in a oran.l l :
of members of the order from all parts of
the country. Up to midnight 150 knights
arrived and as many more are expected. A
grand parade this afternoon and to-morrow
a prize drill will take place.
Brownsville. TeY A
new cases anrl two deaths, one Mexican and
Mrs. T T Smith to.ilnTT Th;. .-i xi
- - -. . ... j . . hi. i limnim wiree
out ot a family ot tour in two weeks
Matamoras. A nor 21 Ke.m,. i
, o- - - - ' . ..calls .tun
nut tew new cases to., lav Wmw i
.-j. i.uiui.1 a ii ii vr
ery and sultry.
Milwaukee. Ana. 22 Wm W i
. . . ' . - J - a i hiw
TICK. Claimin-r t.o lie heir to th 1 c
' ri -. - .i' i ' .. Liliuue OI
Ireland, has been writing to Gladstone to
... fit i.ii in luyai sister victoria that she
renounce her title to his country. He ap
pears to be a crank.
Albany "NT. V Am. oo T-i. i i .
the state reTinbliean Mi..i; itj
. iii.iiiii CICUICU liU
day are understood to be anti-Cornell,
"Wo. V 1. A or.. m, ...
. .. i.,ot, !.,, jiui.. az, lne tribune has
minutely on its face an. . . ;t : c . .....
thority for its issue, Although M, Ca7- S of repuwli ZTJJS?.
uer m le the general design, many changes "There will be a very close content, hnt t
were suggested by Secretary Folger. The think we can carry it if we nominate a ,7ood
backs of the bonds for inntnnnn rt. :.l... oi J . . . ""mI,,'Te a good
o 4. , j . ' -ri "j wk otoneman, tne democratic camli-
Secretary s direction, are so arranged that date. He is a popular man and an old
when a boml m fohleil twiee tiiTo not n.n..i,. i i: e x i r r . V. "V11 a" um
"ZTT" r 77-1.1"""" ibbwhbt.- x nave repeated y written home
will be presented something after the man- that we must nominate the best ma" We
ner of a folded legal document or brief, are not n Mi w.-u- " ..
..... WO l L I 1 1 1 1 ,
oi wuien Tne aneeii free man s ballot is
composed. He decides from this time forth
who fth.-ill e.t.t. the vote . T
- " " - . .- ... 1 I- ... IO 1.111,1.
Should this plan be adopted throughout the
.ii i iiiTi siixi.es njie cjuos may oe nisoaiided,
nitrht riders permitted to ston at home, ami
the use of tissue paper is abandoned in
etrect, a partisan othcer will cast the vote
of the entire state, and a solid south l,e on.n
more made secure.
diieniro Aiity OI - U'...l.;..l . :.l
o- -.fj. . . . iicniiigiuu aim.im,
Tt seems tinbli cation of the llnroo.. iattA.
is com nine at mrervais for some time to
come. It is known to friends of Garfield
they fairly represent the pressure which
was brought to bear upon him from the
stalwart division of the party. These let
ters also treat in the main of the eoTnnoa,
tion of the cabinet, and the attitude which
it was urged should be assumed toward
Conkllllg. There IS also a later Reriea from
the same quarter in regard to the New York
contest after the nomination of Collector
Itobertson and resignation of Conkling
Washington. An?. 21. At the
engraving and printing, yesterday, a corres
pondent was shown several of the new 3-per
n4. 1 3 a 1 j mi r .
LCiiL, uuuiis HIINI1 (I f H INSllRH. I HPS hnn, .-
are called "the secretary's pet." for the
reason that Spfrptnm TToliTer .1 ..i.,. i.,l US
. - j. ...v . ..... ...llll Ull.l
self with more care than any ofhis predeces
sors to the production of a bond that will
not only afford security afainst, ennntor
Latest style of ladies', gents', boys',
misses and children's shoes and slippers just
received at A. J. Langworthy's Cash Store,
June 21, 1882.
. -July 20 1882. f
V. S. Land Office,
Oregon City, Otrn
Complaint bavmjr been entered at this office by
Dennis Bergin against Curtis Woodruff for abandon
ing his homestead entry No. 3605, dated August 6
1878, upon the west half of northwest quarter uorth-
MH nimrrnt. nt .,.,ii.... . . ?.. . '..
i . wrmOTt uimri.er ana nortnwest
quarter of southwest quarter, section 2, township 12
S. range 11 W., in Benton county. Oregon, with I
view to the cancellation of said entry; the said parties
are hereby summoned to appear before Ed. C. Phelps
?ry.?S?,lc' at Newport, llentsn county, Oregon,
on the 30th day of August 1882, at 10 o'clock A M
to respond and furnish testimony concerning said
Jlw5 L. T. BARIN, Register.
Kotfce for Publication.
Land Office at Oregon City, Oregon,
r .. . . . .- August 7, 1882.
Notice 14 herein' rriv.n ll.-. M ,,T.-... ' .
r., ; r " a"" iouowing named
settler has filed noticaof his intention to make final
wiifhi" Stt2'fi lJ!2 -'I pof
County at Corvallis, Oregon, on
MONDAY, SEPT. 18, 1882.
viz: John .1 Mm., n . . .. ,.
out., :7 J ' application jvo.
ZSftZ. Eur 1 11 tinr hiv...t n....-t... . .i . .
-. . , i. , 1 "w. w noriiicast nu irter.
north half of northwest quarter and southwest quar'
ter of northwest nnarfer of s..,.ii.... on t ?.
7 W He names the following witnesses to prove his
COntmiimiii rpmilnn... 1 i... 1
i , : . w iu cultivation oi. said
land viz: Wm. Herndon and Joseph Emrick of
ofnr and Flickenger and George cVoi
ni, all of Benton county, Oregon.
i,. x. ijakia, Kertster.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Offce at Oregon City, Oregon.
fJOTICEIS HEREBY GIVEN THAThY FOL,
lowing named settler has filed notice of his ta
tenticn to make final proof in support ot hi. A Jm"
and that said proof will be made fcfnr. thl 25 !
Clerk of BenLn County, ScSj ZgoXi
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER tt, 1882.
W. i of Sec. 31, t 10, S. i 10 W 1 01 N"
He IIS IDC's t.IlP fnllnurinrr mt2!L a '2.
tinuous residence upon,8and cumvatKlint
viz: VVm. Baglev, Charles A. Dick B R P-rlli . i
W- Ho- " f To!edo, nLconty?X0
Also Belyin R. Forbes, Pre-emption D. 8 No 194f
for the S. if N.. W. 1.4 and N s olS w ijl?
Sec. 30. T. 10, S. R. 10, W ' W 0f
He names the following" witnesses to prove hia
OregoGn. W Hb0art" 'W . kZS??,
JzTtt 1 ffr-
o, wd s-w-w 01 N-E-M sec-it.. V2 , 1: 5:
He names the following witnesses to prove his con.
tinuous residence upon, and cultivation?, ..id iad
i n S- krey- Petr Hagan, Belvin R Forhei
OregoW- HObart' a" ' Tdo' BeHLu'Zl
19 32 w5 L. T. BAR-IN, Regirter.
One of the last modification!! ordered Ko the
secretary was the addition of a line on the
face referring to the section of the revised
statutes anthormng the bonds. This ref
erence is also found, hv Seoretai-tr PnlmA
direction; in the upper left hand corner of
tne new gold certificates beinn designed by
Casilear. The variety and intricate char
acter of the work on the new bonds is be
lieved l)V the most, evnerieneerl men in ft.
bureau to be a eoroolete nmlutinn nn;ni.
..i...r.-i " - r - r " -US""
tuuui,ciieii.ers. coiias or one aenommation
have a vignette head of Garfteld, an excel
lent portrait, but different, from that.
5 national bank notes. These new bonds
are a great advance artistically, considered
upon tne early issues of bonds. They will
begin to fro into the hand of holder, of
3i-per cent, some time next week. There
has been many rumors that applications for
caiuiiiilu u.ive ii oc neeii as nnuiermia i,.-.,D
.... 1 l A 1 1 . m. . .
cApecteu m me treasury, i nis report is
regarded as based entirely on imagination,
as annlications all come to the dr.i,.,.., ,,,,
sealed and none have been onened nnd
there is no means of ascertaining the amount
....... I .....1 : .. 1 1 i ,
in . ui en in an applications received
X ... ...,. v 1 1 1 ii i . i;
but we are better off on that than the dem
ocrats are. We are in Dosition
we maae an erton. tn nvn ha p n, j
succeeaett partly m spite of the strong onno
Sltlon Ot our own nartv In tl... oc,t u:i-
i -j v.. ciwu, ii ii 1 1 e
the democrats, as we can point out, made
no euort ot any sort when thev were in
power. Farlev. the last Hmnti.
. i .....i .. .1., iiimiiima
from our state, made no move at all We
probably could not have succeeded, but he
an ii t even try. A I that' hoc u..
- ' . ... ..con .11,1,11111
(iiioueu, tnougn it was not an that the peo
p.c nciuctuueu, una oeen uone by republi
'Sew Orleans. Anir. 5o Tio,ni,i o,,,.;ii..
ciai. me i-epuuiicau aistnct convention
meets here to-morrow. Two conventions
will be held, and Senator Kellogg will be
.ii.iniii.ncii uy tne regular republican con
veuuon, and Judge Beattie by the bolters
Cumberland KArl A,,r OI xr 1 .. i ooo
1 ""6 - " -i o.i 1 1 y i I'li
;oiigrega.teu at ioiiacoinug by day
light this morning to prevent Georges C'reek
and New Central Companies' old miners
trom going to work. There was no 1em
Notice for Publication.
Land Office at Oregon City, Oregon,
August 3, 1882.
NOTICE IS HRRP.RV nivi-tir Tu.-r.,!.
, . . , . . 1 1 i.i i i iii,
lowmg-nimed settler has filed notice of his intention
tO make nr. ,f in ii.nmirt u: t ...
" " Tyr U1S rnino. ana tnat
juid proof will be made before the County Clerk of
uwu.ivj, uu vui rmiis, '-recoil, on
TUESDAY, SEPT. 12, 1SS2.
- ' a ... 5 am 10, a, r.. ot Tt.
E. 1 of Sec. 14. T. 11. s R ll w 2
He liameir the Unit ...r.i 1 1 " . .
m incases n prove nis
continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said
land viz: W K. Login, T P. Adams, John Logan
and E. S. Altree. all nf Wen-nort ii.,. r.-""."
Oregon. " " T.
IKSnr-fi L. T. BAR1N. Register.
In the f!ill!Hift Pm.rt nf tlia It... . r r.
i n . . V. . ' owe oi vrejron, lor
the County of Benton.
uucuu nammcrana Hannah Hammer, Plaintiffs
Xtbaniel M-irlhnin nrl T-i. ........ u ,.i
' w. . ..i.. 1..15 mill U0JL He-
To Nathaniel Markham and Thomas Markliam
the above named defendants :
In the name of the State of Oregon, you and each
of vou. are herein; Kiiniminnri .ml i ... t. .
-, . - r (........I I,, ue
and appear in the above entitled court and answer
trie .iii.i J.. i..i nf .1... ..I..... , . . - . ., .
.., ain.c WHUBJ pilUWUS in CniS
suit now on file m the office of the clerk of said court.
uy me m nay oi me next regular term of said
court, that is to say on the 20th day ot November 18S2.
Ynil irnil ......h nf nraa mm. 1... - .i.. ..
- v J"" mw lliitlliuu (.HUH II
you fail to answer said complaint as herein requimd.
the nlainl.ilTs will minlu tn i;... n. .
17- - ;nv v" Kumv in, i,ic iciici
prayed for and demanded in the complaint in this
SUit. Which is tllnt. t.he onirl ivi.irl ,1... r,. I . l 1.1
, , H .....ii mm tne pam
defendants execute to the said plaintiffs good and
.............. v , Wi i,,c nciiii9c3 uescnoeu in
said complaint as hereinafter described, conveying
the title of said premises to said plaintiffs, and if
the said defendants fail to execute said conveyance
within thirty days after the entry of said decree, then
said decree shall opperate as a com-eyance of said
t.it.ln fr-lllll nai.1 ilufnn.r.,. rt ..-Ll - ,, . '
- .W...U..113 tu oaiu ponwBT MOH HI
such further relief as may be iust and for the eram
and disbursements of this suit. The said land is more
particularly aesenhea as follows, to -wit: The east
half of Jacob Hammer and Hannah Hammer's dona
tion land claim, lying in sections 26, and 27 and 34
and 85, in township 14, south range 0, west, in Ben
ton county, in the State of Oregon.
This summon, is published bv order of the Court
above named, duly and regularly made in term tinii
on the 29th day of March 1SS2, that being the regu
lar March term of said Court for the year last namet
which order bears date as last above stated am
which order is ilnlv ami r..-r..l.,..l .- i ;n it.
journal of said Court for said'term.
m. s. WOODCOCK,
19-32w7 Attorney for said plahitifh
Iflnin St., Corvallis, Orren.
SOL. KING, - - Propr
OWNING BOTH BARNS I AM PREPARED TO
offer superior accommodations in the LJvery line
Always ready for a drive,
GOOD T E ,A 3VI S
At Low Rates.
My stables are flrat-class in every resoect, and eo m
petent and obliging hostlers always
rea y to serve the puDbc,
REASONABLE CHARGES FOR HIRE.
Prticniar Attention raid to Boardintr
ELEGANT HEARSE, CA1 RIAGES AND HACKS
FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE
PITTS' CHALLENGER THRESHERS,
T . inisirauon, as tnose who expected to re-
ledO. Texas. AllC. 1. A nnddon no aiimfl urorb fo.diiTr ;; 41.: J
I . . . '.. , "J . i.iill- HtBU UUSltlUU,
last mllt in tne KlO Traildo rn-nr nnrm..! romainnd iirav
SWV Uart of the international ond ,rr.,.,t
northern railroad and the Mexican national
linage, preventing trains from communi
cating with Mexico for several days, though
the damage i3 not necessarily detrimental
Waahirjfrton Aucr. 9 P
treasury daily are more than ever known
before within the memory of the depart
ment. The amount ftvurair.a SI riiid nnii
day, and were it not that special' appropri
ations made bv eoneress for nrivatn ili!n
deticiencies, etc., are pouring in, the debt.
1 li.i-i-i. 1 l,...l -- TT A o.i T-f ,
- vjiui, j... u. liiu. ju. rire to- iienuiencies, etc., are pounn i
night burned the Lawrence railroad freight reduction for the month would be perhaps
and passenger stations and a numlier of the largest in the history ft the past 20
-tores auu. uweinngs. xotal loss, S60.000. years. Keceipts for the month will amount
n .... .-. (1 l u if 1 liliA
Lonrlon. Anrr QO TKa Hallir t
t 0- tiwa
fLo t. , :..r fr.,im T I .
(VVITH LATEST IMPROViiMKNTS TO KEEP UP WITH THE TIMES)
M'Cormick's Twine Binders,
GENUINE IMPROVED HEADERS,
CHAMPION AND- M'CORMICK
Washington, Aug. 30 More of Doreev's
letters to Uartield will be published to
morrow. One of thein ures appointment
, i r i i . . .. . . . .
ui vTovemor noutt, or oioraao, as post
master general. The following are extracts
........ . I... i .. . i i.- . . i. . . .... .
uuiii a icbici unieii reurury JrJ, lool
C m ii., me n.jiowiug rrom uez: 1 have iust re-
Mtt JJrlr fletiPrrih (ipiiurn Arllmr I. 1 r ..i tt . " ,
" . . TT V ."- ""' "S, ' . mruen irom nauoui wnere 1 witnessed the
over last night from V aahington. I had a conclusion of the fighting in which 250 of
conference of several hours with him, and our men, including highlanders. blue jackets
was informed that Blame and his political and marines brilliantly defeated twice their
adherents were very much provok.d at numbers. The tiht lasted from 11 o'clock
what they called my interference, namely in the mornina until near 5 o'clock in tk
Th! n?SU,gSe T, ' , many others aftei noon. The tiring of the highlanders
Waahinorton. A no- io Api;n o.,
the Treasury French yesterday received a
teit gram trom the collector of the oort of
Pw T...-. 1 wr m . . .r
aceamanip Hi der had arrived there from San
oc,,"'i imvuig .oucnea ac victoria, ix U
uti vruv. iic i:ii leiTfir noirc.it -.
structionsas to whether the Chinese in
question had a right to land under the pres
ent law. The acting secretary telegraphs
mm tnat the (.hinpu oonid i,.i - n
uu uui couie irom a ioreign port, but only
from Sau Francisco, on an American vessel
bound for an American nort. nnH ti, t i
that she had touched at a British port on
ner way aia not nestroy the right of Chi
nese passengers to land.
Washington, Aug. 19. By direction 'of
tne secretary ot war a board of officers of
the corns of en-inner nonniat.Tnn. of ri
Charles S. Stewart. Lieutenant-Colnnoi
VVm. p. Craiimill. Lieutenant-Colonel f U 1-1 1 D
B. Comilr. and nntin rlni-l 17 T..
pII. will assemble at Astoria. Oregon, on the
1. 1L - . 1 ..
i euiu oi oeptemoer, or as soon thereafter
as practicable, to. examine in detail the
mouth of the Columbia river, Oregon, and
tne names ot J uilge Folger for secretary of
the treasury. General Arthur says he has
never bpurd anon a l.n .... ..n.l . K ..... l r
-. .. ..ni.u ...111 iiiovin ' .A, ll ll l l) l
feeliug as there has been among the Blaine
i-iTtiic. je turtuermore says that llilkms,
acting, no doubt, for Blaine, is iilking very
iviuuy aguiusi, te seieciion or judge i olger,
beoAllaA he tzi i a t-it.i1 f .WK. 1 k2 t-
. w. ....ill, urn eucir 1113-
appointment is manifested by the feeling in
Washington on the part of his friends, and
w wi eviuent outgrowth ot ambition. They
seek to control the cabinet and especially
the t ri.i u n I-.. .1 1. .... ..i ....... i- Tf in .- i 5
... j iisjiM nucuir. xi iiine Ulll
not care to control the treasury department
id -urn- nut ue aissatisneu or annoyed
. ii " J ft ' - x TTrtiu you,
therefore, that this manifestation of bitter
ness is a thing of wmch you should take
heed. I write nf urbiit. T kail- .
- ...T. O 111 1 llll
more than once. Neither Blaine nor any
other ambitious man should have control
of the rea.t. nlnnnQ of tm nnu;..i. rt
. - r j-i T-.ii.i,. xi
rilaine is to be made secretary of state, and
a protege of his secretary of the treasury,
and another secretary of the interior, r hi,
creat fear that tho idnniiioTri-; ,....u
. .......... ... inn IT I. Ill 1 1
greatly suffer, with an even chance that
disaster would follow in the near future.
I do lint Wl'ah to fill? nn n .i -.', 1 ii,.-..,. , c
j .. U .4 IT 1 llll 111 1 11 1 U I
Blaine, although he is charged with respon-
Bi-uiiiy iut several most unKina things said
of me within . waoIt and tti. ,oo. .
ful and malignant ever uttered by man.
If what General Arthur has heard is true,
it is clear .IS dliviiirhf. til mi- mind !li of- l.
- .jT.v . u . t. un c ui 1113 ii iciiiis m tne
was remarkable for coolness and steadi
ness. London Aug. 22. The Daily Telegraph
special from Suez: The main body hi A.-abs,
2500 strong, has gone to Geueffe, taking
with it a quantity of railway stock. An
official telegram from Port Said announces
the Suez canal company have resumed
working the canal.
London. Ann- 9- A ill.nn.l. f r t
, - . uio.,iivii 1 1 uui i mi
Said says: English occupy both banks of the
f.ninl nf k'-.nii-irol. T.. xl
n.iuin.Mii, ujf jiuve ten
possession of the tel;raph liaes at Elarish.
ConeilhacrATI. Aucr 99 A -i.n..
. x o y -.., uuiuti.1 ui
white horses being trained for use at the
czar s coronation wero killed by nihilists
Paris. Alio- 99 nT ........... 1 !.
' o . i ,.. miia mnv i nuna
that regular trafrin on th.. Siinr. n.ii.1 T -
ceeding. He will return to Paris shortly.
Sulky Hav Rakes, anil a full slock of the Lest Ilavinir and IIarveftin
Tools, WITH A FULL LINE OF ALL EXTRAS FOR THE MA
CHINES WE SELL.
WOODCOCK & BALDWIN
c runt ."Mrct'r,
Two doors north of the Vincent House
ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED
Repairing and Cleaning at moderate Prices.
.umrna river, urecron ami eneet to n.ive nnpm hi, irmnii. in
report such nlan with estimates for ita ner. I treasurv flenartmenr unof.hur frind ,f lw
manent improvement --.ju they approve aa I in the postoffice or interior, and that through
Steam Launch Itlary Hall.
Will carry the United States mail. Dassentrers and
freight between Elk City and Newport, leaving New
port on Monday, Wedresdar and Friday of each
week, arriving at Newport on Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday of each week. This time will be changed
quired -prciai inps made wnen re
ma5'53'1 R. A. BEXSELL.
Druggist and Apothcary,
m .L ucntcn 111
mm, OIIS, VARNISHES, BRUSHES, GLASS, PIM, MSSES.
8H0CIDEE BRACES, TOILET ARTICLES 4C.
A foil line ot B' oks, Stationcy and Wall Paper. 0r drugs are irel and
well seieeiea. faescnpl ions compcnncled at all hours. 1 19-17yl
Wheat and other Grain Stored on the best of Terms by
- T - BLAI
ALL KINDS OT" JOB WORK DONE
at this office. Letter heads, etc.
SACKS FURNISHED TO PATRONb.
Farmers will do well to call otr me before making arrangements elsewhere