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CORVALLIS, OREGON, APRIL 3, 1835.
Published every Friday Morning
BY GAZETTE PUBMSHIN.
(Payable in Advance.)
Per Year, W 2 r
Six Month 1 60
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Single Copies 10c
Per YmxT (when not paid in adv-once) 3 00
All notices and advertisements intended for pub
atioa aoalJ be handed in by uoon on Wednesdays
Ratftu f advertising' made known on application.
Washington, March 30. A. M. Kelly,
Dominated minister to Italy, is a lawyer in
successful practice at Richmond, Virginia.
He has been mayor of that city, was foi
several years chairman of the democratic
committee, Caking an active and prominent
part in the contest against the read J asters,
and is also well known as counsel fur the
"Virginia liond holders, in their prolonged
Edward Parke Curtis Lewis, nominated
for the mission to Portugal, is a resident of
Hobekem, New Jeisey. He is said to be
distantly related to Senator Bayard, and
hat been a member of the legislature.
Isaac Bell, Jr., nominated to be minister
o the Netherlands, is a wealthy citizen of
Newpart' II. L, and a prominent democrat,
and bat several times beeu the democratic
candidate fur governor. He is a brother-iu-law
of James Gordon Bennett. He was the
democratic candidate fur the United States
senate at the last senatorial election.
Rufos McGee, of Indiana, nominated
minister to Sweedeu and Norway, is a resi
dent of Logausport, a lawyer and state
senator. He is a friend of ex-Senalor Mc
Donald, whom he accompanied recently to
Rasmus B. Aivlerson of Wisconsin, Bora
inated minister resident to Denmark, is an
eminent fecand-in ivian scholar, an't is author
of a number of hooks ui;on .Scandinavian
folklore and mythology. He is a piofcssnr
in the Wisconsin university, and is well
Tfiiown among literary men,
Thomas . V:Jt-r, nontimsted consul
jjrneral at Lon Ion, is wall known as ex
goveruor of Coimeetiuiit,
Frederick lai:te of Maryland, nominated
for the Berlin c insul BCanrahbtp, is editor
of the Baltimore Cscnesiiondeat, a demo
Edward Jussen of Illinois, who was ap
pointed consul -general at Vienna, is a
brother-in-law of Carl Schurz.
Alexander R. Lawton, nominated for the
mission to Russia, U a prominent lawyer of
Savannah. He was also educated at West
Point, served in the army a number of
years, and resigned and studied law at
Savannah and engaged in the practice of hie
profession there. When the civil war bn ke
out he entered the confederate service as a
brigadier general and subsequently became
quartermaster general of the confederacy.
At the close of the war he returned to his
practice at Savannah, and soon after was
appointed attorney for the Central railroad
aad banking company. He is described as
a lawyer of distinction, and gentlemanly,
quiet and affable in manner.
George W. Merri'l of Nevada, dominated
minister resident to the Hawaiian Islands,
is a lawyer by profession, bat is sua private
secretary to Senator Fair. He is trad
known here and generally esteemed.
Thomas J. Jarvis, nominated minister to
Brazil, served in the confederate army and
was governor of North Carolina for six
Lewis was in the confederate army and is
a son-in-law of Edwin Stevens of Steven
Pre ntiSnts Cl-vpr Service-
Washington, March 30. Lewis McMul
lsn nominated appraiser for the port of New
York, is at present employed in the ap praiser's
office there as examiner in the
hardware division. He is a democrat, hav
ing served continuously in the appraiser's
office for about twenty -t.ree years. Treas
ury department officials hesitate to express
aay opinion in regard to reasons for the
removal of Ketchum, whose place McMullen
is to take. It is intimated to-night there is
likely to be a contest in the senate over this
nomination, unless it can be shown that
Ketchum was removed for cause.
Payne Oil monopoly Wins.
Washington, March 30. The appoint
ment of William Caldwell as surveyor of
the port of Cincinnati, is claimed as a vic
tory for the Payne-McLean faction, he hav
ing been endorsed strongly by Senator
Payns, who is said to have personally urged
his nomination. His most formidable com
petitor for the place was Theodore Cook,
who was a Pendleton raw in the senatorial
fight a year ago, and who led the bolt
against the McLean legislative ticket for
Hamilton county in the state campaign in
1883, whan members of the legislature
which chose Mr Payne were elected.
Cleveland Invited to Georgia.
Washington, March 30. Senators Brown
and Colquitt of Georgia, and Henry W.
Grady, one of the proprietors of the Atlanta
Constitution, called upon President Cleve
land to-day for the purpose of inviting him
to visit Atlanta oa the occasion of the meet
ing of the commercial convention there in
May. The President expressed much inter
est in the convention, and said he would
talk with m mbsrs of his cabinet about the
proposed trip. Senators Brown and Col
quitt believe he will accept the invitation.
Ore son Post Masters.
Washington, March 26. The following
is a full list of the Presidential postoffices
in Oregon. In the coming readjustment
several of these offices may sain in compen
sation and perhaps two or three fourth-class
offices may be raised to the Presidential
grade. The terms of only two postmasteis
expire this year Portland and Astoria
and Postmaster General Vilas believes that
no changes will be made in the present in
cumbents until their terms are finished.
The Democrats are making a lively scram
ble for these places, and may be that press
ure enough may be brought to bear to oust
one or two incumbents before they have
served their full term. Several Republicans
will endeavor to hold on, but the effort will
be useless. All of them must no in time:
Albany salary, $1500; postmaster, J. M.
Irving; term expires Jan. 2, 1837.
Ashland salary, 81000; postmaster, A.
R. Hammond; term expires Jan. 7' 1889.
Astoria salary, $1900; postmaster, W.
Chance; term expires Dec. 15, 18S5.
Baker (Sty salary, $1400; postmaster,
C. L. Palmer; term expires Dec. 20, ISS7.
Corvallis salary, $1300; postmaster, N.
R. Barber; term expires Jan. 23, 1888.
East Portland salary, 15000; postmis
tress, Mary Cogill; term expires Jan. 16,
Eugene City salary, ?1400; postmaster,
A. S. Patterson; term expires May 16 1886.
Jacksonville salary, 1200; postmaster
Max Muller; term expires April 15, 18S8.
Oregon City salary, 1200; postmaster,
J. M. Bacon; term expires Jan. 27, 1889.
Pendleton salary. JIJJOO; postmaster, L.
Liverinore; term expires July 18, 1S86.
Portland salary, $3200; postmaster, G.
A. Steel; term expires Oct. 21, 1885.
Roseburg salary, 1100; postmaster, H.
C. Stanton; term expires Dec. 20, 1S87.
Salem salary, 2100; postmaster, W. H.
O lell; term expires Dec. 11, 1888.
The Dalles salary, 1700; postmistress,
Eliz. M.. Wilson; term expires May 17 1SS6.
Grant s Condition.
New York, March 29. The usnal weekly
consultation" on General Grant's condition
was held to-day. Doctors Barker, Sands,
Shrady and Douglas were present. The
irritation of the nose, which had produced
train of symptoms which induced the
family to send for physicians last night, has
been relieved, so that the General had a
sleep of four hours.
To-night General Grant became anxiouf
to see the doctors, and they arrived at the
house after 11. They found the patient's
throat much better than at the consultation,
although there was still slight concresiion.
The doctors dressed it, gave the General
another anodyne and put him to be I. They
remained with the General all niaht and Dr.
hrady will stay to-morrow night. Physi
cians are in the house to allay the General's
own nervousness and calm the anxiety of
While he was dozing there had been an
accumulation of phlegm in the rear of the
nasal passage, and he was awakened by a
sense of suffocation and a difficulty in
breathing. The patient became apprehen
sive at this sudden development of new
symptoms that were' attended with a pros-
oect of serious results, a d wanted an ex
planation of the trouble. He consequently
desired the presence of his physicians and
they were sent for.
The general's family remained up all
night long, and it was a night of suspense
to them. They were much relieved, how
ever, when the spasmodic attack hail been
subdued, and they were assured there was
no occasion to fear any return of the bad
New York Fire.
New York, March 29. Fire completely
destroyed Schumacher t& Ettinger's litho
graphic art establishment, at 32, 34 and 36,
Bleeker street, co-night. The total loss is
about $350,000, of which $100,000 is on the
building, and believed to be insured. It
was over four hours before the flames were
got under control.
Rockbridge, 111., March 27. The grow
ing wheat in this section presents a sorry
appearance. The most sanguine farmers
predict only half a crop along the creek bot
toms; where snow and ice gave continued
protection the plant is vigorous and the
fields present a green appearance. The
crop on the uplands has suffered severely,
and the only indications ol life in the wheat
fields are in the depressions and along the
fences where the drifted snow gave protec
tion, Corn land seeded early in the fall
presents the most encouraging, prospect.
Several farmers have decided to plow up
their wheat and plant corn.
All advertising and other accounts con
tracted for with the Gazbttb Publishing
House prior to January 1st, 1885, ars now
past due, and should be settled without
CMness and French.
London, March 29. A dispatch from
Paris says it is officially announced that
Chinese troops on the Tonquin frontier yes
terday made a desperate attack upon the
entrenched camp established by General
Negrier, between Langsen and Kilua, and
from which General Negrier has been mak
ing reconroisances beyond the frontier
separating Tonquin from Chinese proper.
The Chinese drove the French back beyond
Lauirson. and recaptured that town. Gen
eral Neiirier was ereviously wounded, and
the French casulties were very serious.
Latest accounts represent the French
troops in full retreat with the Chinese vig
orously pursuing them.
England's Warlike Preparations with
London, March 30. The British govern
ment has chartered the new Cnnard steamer
Etruria, and the steamers Oregon and
Alaska, for service as armed crasier trans
ports. They will be fitted with ten guns
The admiralty has ordered the men-of-war
Iron Duke, Hotspur, Hecate, Conquest
and Hyacinthe to be prepared for service.
It is presumed they go to the Baltic.
The admi-alty also has ordered the active
service ships Inflexible, Devastation, Cy
clops, Rupert, Cordelia, Volage, Active and
Emerald to be made ready for immediate
service. They will be ready for sea in a
Cholera In Spain.
Madrid, March 29. A serious outbreak
of a disease resembling cholera has appeared
at San Felipe de Jativa, province of Valen
cia. Fifteen persons have died within
tveufy-four hours of colic, with choleric
symptoms. A report was spread that the
province was threatened with a return of
the cholera epidemic, which would complete
the ruin caused by the earthquakes. The
people arc panic-stricken, and are begging
further assistance from the government.
Mexico In Readiness.
Mexico, March 29. Troops are practic
ing military maneuvers every day, prepar
ing to enforce the position of the govern
ment atrainst Barrios, if it should prove
London, March 30. The Paris corres
pondent of the Times considers the fall of
the French cabinet near and irrevocable
Nobody is able to predict who Ferry's suc
cessor will be.
The Eiel Beb. lllon.
Winnipeg, March 30. The rebellion
started by Riel has gained greater dimen
sion by the risin;; of Indians in sympathy.
News came from Quappelle to-day that
Indians ou the reserves on the File hills had
risen in arms and killed the farm instructor
there, numbering in all about 500. Three
companies of rifles and portions of a field
battery went from Quappelle station to Fort
On the War .Path.
WlNNiPEG,5March 30. A Medicine Hat
special s;ys: Indian) are on the war path
and settlers are preparing for attack. In
dians held a pow wow yesterday, from
which. the government iutarpeter was ex
eluded. Only six police are at this post
Settlers have applied to the government foi
arms, ammunition and reinforcements.
Toronto Bids the Troops Good Bye.
Toronto, March 30. Never in the his
tnry of Toronto has there been such intense
excitement shown as there was this morn
ins. Orders had been given for the troops
to parade at 10 o'clock in heavy marching
order, but long before that hour people
tilled all the streets and approaches. At
11:30 the doors of the drill shed were
thiown open, and the Grenadiers' contingent
marched out, preceded by their band, play
ing "The Girl I Left Behind Me," the
Queen's Own following, headed by a bugle
oand. Immediately on their appearance
ringing cheers went up from the crowd
;dong the route and ladies waved their hand
kerchiefs. Along King street the wildest
excitement prevailed, the cheering being
continuous. At Union station about 10,000
people assembled. The train left at 12:30
p. M. for the west. The two contin
gents number 5S0 men.
France will Declare War.
London, March 30. A Paris dispatch to
the Exchange Telegraph company states
that war with I'hina will be officially de
clared to-day, 50,000 reinforcements will be
forwarded and the army ordered to march
Wild Scenes In the French Chambers.
London, March 30. A special from Par
is gives the following account of the opening
scenes at the meeting of the chnnlier of dep
Long before the hour of convening of the
chamber the streets in the vicinity were
packed by crowds of excited men. It soon
became evident that trouble was brewing
for the government. A strong force of mil
itary was on hand to prevent trouble and
preserve order in .the chambers. Notwith
standing this precaution the galleries were
crowded with people who showed irritation
over the French defeat at Langson, by
keeping up a noisy discussion and hurling
denunciatory epithets at members of the
cabinet and their supporters as they entered
When Jules Ferry, the premier, arose to
announce the decision of the cabinet council
this morning he was loudly hissed by the
galleries. He had barely finished the dec
laration when a number of deputies of the
right spran;to their feet, yelling "Down
with the wratch!" while above the din could
be heard the voice of Clemcnceau, as be
f urly screamed, "Traitors!" It was some
time before order was restored, and had it
not been for the presence of troops there i3
hardly a doubt that violence would have
During the scene in the chamber the
crowd outside was becoming a howling mob,
and made several attempts to pass the
guard in order to get inside, but was kept
back by the determined attitude of the
The Ministry Resigns.
Paris, March 30. At the opening of the
session in the chamber of deputies this
afternoon Minister Ferry presented the
government's request for a credit of $40,
000,000 on account of military operations in
China. Ferry at once moved for the ap
pointment of a committee to examine and
report upon the credit, and he demanded
that the motion be given priority. The
motion was rejected, by a vote of 308 to 61.
Ferry immediately announced the resigna
tion of the entire' ministry, and President
Grevy accepted the resignation.
Clemenceau s Speech.
Paris, March 31. In his speech in the
chambers yesterday, Clemenceau said the
members of the cabinet were not ministers,
but culprits who ought to be dealt with by
law. This speech was loudly applauded.
Russian Cruisers Coming.
San Francisco, March 30. Count
Olarovsky, Russian consul at this city,
states that two Russian cruisers have left
the Mediterranean for this port. Their ob
ject in coming to this coast is to do as much
damage to the English merchant marine and
the British posessions, in case war between
the two countries is declared.
Decission Affecting the CUinese Act.
San Francisco, March 30. Judge Saw
yer, of the U. S. circuit court, decided that
a Chinese merchant resident of this country
could depart from it and enter it again,
without being subjected to the conditions
imposed in section six of the Chinese
amended restriction act.
Walla Walla, March 30. The first
shipment of cattle ever made from this
coast to Chicago left here this morning via
the O. R. & N., the Short Line and the
Rock Island roads, Messrs. Dooley & Kirk
man and Chris Ennis being the sliipers.
Everything was handled admirably. All
the lines deserve credit for their liberal pol
icy in making a rate that would move stock.
Twenty cars left, and the train will run
twenty miles an hour. This is the fore
runner of other shipments.
Outrage on American Citizens.
Panama, (via Galveston), March - 30.
Star and Herald bulletins published to-day,
say the steamer Colon was seized to-day at
Aspinwall by revolutionists, who demanded
the delivery of shipments of arms on board
for the revolution. The agent refused to
deliver. Connor, local superintendent of
the Pacific Mail company, was first arrested
and later the captaiu and purser of the
steamer were placed under arrest ou board.
Subsequently Captain Dowell of the Pa
cific Mail company, Mr. Wright, United
States consul, and the lieutenant of the
American man-of-war Galena were arrested
and inarched off to the cuartel. They were
released at 6 o'clock, on condition that the
arms should be delivered, and delivery is
now going on. American and English war
ships did nothing to protect foreign inter
ests, because the revolutionary chief de
clared he would resist their interference by
force. Americans are indignant at the in
sults to their flag and outrage to their per
sons and property. Troops go from here
to-night to attack the revolutionists, who,
however, are in strong force, and with the
arms from the Colon will probably be able
to control events in their own way and to
their own interests.
Wnai, a Louisiana Does.
New Orleans Times-Democrat.
One of the most energetic and hard
working beings in the state is a little
nether -editor who lives over in Gretna and
who edits and owns the Gretna Cornier.
Mrs. Ava Hildenbraud writes her own
editorials, fixes up most of her own local
copy, does composition work on her paper,
solicits subscribers, is her own mailing clerk,
keeps her house tidy and is a devoted
mother to three lovely little children . Her
example should serve as an everlasting
inspiration to the women who go through
the world howling for a mission, but which
is often with them only another way of
spelling the, to them; synonymous words
nan and husband .
FRANK BROS- IMPLEMENT CO.
La Belle Wajons, Walter A. Wood's Mowers, McSherry Drills and Seeuers
Reapers and Twine Binders, Buford's Walkinir Plows, Hodge's Double Draper Header
Bulord's Ganjr and Sulky Plows Cnate's Sulky Rakes, Buford's Riding and Waikine; Cultivators
Gaar, Scott & Oo.'s Kngines and Threshers, Cooper & Co.'s Saw Mill Machinery
Daudall Wheel Harrows, Carria es, Spring Wagons, Buckboord Wagons, etc., etc.
The Celebrated Hollow ToMth Harrow, Etc. , Etc. , Etc.
Full Line of Farm Machinery.
Write for Catalogue. Address either FRANK BROS., Impl. Co., Portland, Or., or
'T.J.BLAIR, Agent, Corvallis Oregon. 22143m
ISTew This Week.
Field, Vegetable & Flower Seeds.
Imperial Egg Food,
Tools, Fertilizers, etc., etc.
209 Second Strcjt. 22142m
GREAT NORTHWESTERN REMEDY.
Its! P F U N D E R'S H
Those who work early and late need a wholesome
reliable Medicine like Pfunder's Oregon Blood
Purifier. As a remedy and preventative of disease
it can not be beat. It checks Rheumatism and Mala
ria, relieves Constipation, Dyspepsia and Billioueness
and puts fresh energy into tiie system ry making
NEW, RICH BLOOD. All Druggists and dialers
keep it. $1.00 bottles. 6forJ5.00. 22143m
M. S, WOODCOCK,
A.ttornev at - Law,
Corvallis, - - Oregon.
F. M. JOHNSON.
.Attorney at Law.
Fire Xnsurancea Specialty.
Money Loaned on Good Security.
II. LEE, M. D.
Physician & Surgeon,
CORVALLIS, OREGON !
Office In Post Office Building,
Office Heiirs: S to 0 a. m., 1 to 2 and 7 to 8 p. n
t3 In office nights. "Sa 2132tf
B. SCR AFFORD. J. R. SCRAFFORD
J. B. Scraffbrd & Bro.,
AND DEALERS IN
ALLKINDS PLAIN, FANCY
Corvallis, - Oregon.
PBGDUCE PRICE CURRENT.
Wool per lb
lour per barrel ......
Bacon sides ............
Lard, 10 lb tins
Butter, fresh rolls
Eggs, per doz
Apples, green . . . . '
Dried apples, Plummer, .
Chickens, per doz
tildes, dry Hint
14 to 15
6 to 8
6 to 6
3 00 to 400
10 to 14
(J to 7
3 50 to 4 00
Fresh oysters, all styles, at Bain's.
The p! tee fc-J buy a tine suit of clothes for
little mi ..ev is it E. Rosenthal cash stors. I the Gazette officii
Closing out sale.
The closing out sale at C. H. Whitney's
is attracting many buyers who are attracted
by the very low prices actual cost for
goods. This is a genuine closing out sale
and its the stock is a well selected one and
first-class, the people should not fail to im
prove the opportunity.
Croup, whooping cough aud bronchitis
immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure.
f or sale at 1. Graham s.
Shiloh's Cough and Consumption Cure is
sold by us on a guarantee. It cures con
sumption. For sale by T. Graham.
Shiloh's Vitalizer is what you need for
Consumption, Loss of Appetite, Dizziness,
aud all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10
aud 75 cents per bottle, f'or sale at T.
Will you suffer with dispepsia and Liver
,'omplaint? Shiloh's Vitalizer ss guaran
teed to cure yon. For sale at T. Graham's.
Sleepless nights, made miserable by that
terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the remedy
for you. For sale by T. Graham.
That hacking cough can be so quickly
cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it.
For sale at T. Graham's.
For lame back, aide or chest, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price 23 cents. For sale
at T. Graham's.
Catarrh Cured, health and sweet breath
secured, by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy.
Price 50 cents. Nasal injector free. For
sale by C Graham.
Is It Not Tree? -There can be no argu
ment lis to the qualities essential to a per
fect remedy for the ills arising from a dis
ordered or inactive condition of the Liver,
Stomach and Bowels. Everyone will admit
that it should be perfectly safe for old and
young of both rexes, at any and all times;
that it should be acceptable both to the
taste and the stomach; that it should never
fail to act promptly and thoroughly yet
painlessly, and should give strength to those
organs. It is now well known that Syrup
of Figs possesses those qualities in a pre
eminent degree. Allen At Woodward are
agents for this place.
Farm for sale.
A farm consisting of 480 acres of land,
suited for farming and stock raising, and
situated in Lane county, Oregon, together
with stock, such as horses, cattle, consisting
or' No. 1 milch cows, one, two and three
year olds, a small band of fine graded sheep,
and hogs; also farming implements, all that
arr necessary on the place, in good repair,
seed and feed, all of which will be sold at a
bargain. The quality of the soil is excel
lent; adapted to all kinds of cereals, hops,
fruits and vegetab es, and with plenty of
out range for stock. For further informa
tion and price aud terms of jale, inquire at
B. Lkk, m. D. g. R. Farka, m. l.
LEE & FARRA,
Corvallis, - - Oregon.
THIS OUT, and return to
The Gazette Publishing House with an order for
any amount of Job Printtne, such as Bill or
Letter Heads, Invitations, Calling and Business
aras, rrograinnies, Kali Tickets, Nota, Order.
and Receipt Bocks, Circulars, Labels, Shipping
jags, rwmcis, orally class ouou rrinting.
Prices as low as Good Work can be dons for.
STEINWAY & SON AND KRANICH & BACH
Pianos. Tuning and repairing of Pianos
aud Organs a specialty.
131 "tibDSIir.ei20-23n;8 POrtlfilld 0l
Real Estate Agency.
A. P. G-aines.
Real Estate, Employment and Collection
Business Solicited. References Qivea-
OFF1CE. First door south of Fisher's Brick, main
FOR SALE AT THI8 OFF
y INCIENT HOUSE,
A. ASSEL, Proprietor.
dollar a day House in the
C. B STARE'S
LIVSRY FEES and SALS STABLE.
(South end Main Street.)
Charges Reasonable, Satisfact
Corvallis, - - Oregon.
J H. Lewis, E. E. Rabek.
Lewis & Saber, Proprietors.
&' Do a general Oraying Business.
BREECH & MUZZLE LOADING SHOTGUNS
Spy Clause. Fishing Tackle,
Work made to order and warranted.
20-33tf c. HOPES, Corvallis.
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
.Brink & Wngnt, .Prop's,
Good Teams, Buggies, Carriages and Sad
dle Horses at reasonable rates.
Third Street, between Jefferson and Adams.
CORVALLIS, - OREGON.
New Jewelry Store.
C. W. Smith,
A practical Jeweler and Watch-maker has located
in Waggoner Jt Buford's real estate omce, Corrallis.
Special attention given to repairing fine chronometer
watches Satisfaction guaranteed. Prices to suit
the times. A Hue stock of watches, clocks and jewel
ry constantly on hand. Sl-51tf
James L- Lewis.
Sheep, Cattle, Horses and Hogs bought iaL
sold and Contracts made to famish same
AT ALL TIMES.
Mutton, Beef and fat Hogs a