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CORVALLIS, OREGON, APRIL 17, 1885.
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Published every JFriday Morning
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THE AMERICAN FARMER
nd the Corvallis Gazkttk for $3.00 a year in ad
vancu. We have jjerfected arrangements with thu
ftublishers of the American Farmer, of Fort Way;c,
uJ., that enabl? u to oSfei our subscribers a first-lass
agricultural magazine at the bare cost of ths
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idly taking- ran as one of the leading agricuHurul
publications of the country. number wiil con
tain useful information for the farmer, his wife, his
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GENERAL ORJ NT"3 CdtfEITIOK .
little or no Chans. a Noticeable In t'ae Fait
New York, Apiil 13 8:4r .t. M. Gen.
Grant slept in a chair from midnight until
5:30 A. M. He was disturbed occasionally
by attacks of coughing with expectoration.
He awoke expressing himself feeling quite
comfortable. Has just taken nourishment
vithout pain ami is resting quietly. Palm
72, temperature normal.
8ENATOR CHA'' TEE'S REPORT.
Senator ChafJfc left the house at 9:1
A- M. He stated that the disease iv
spreading. The senator was with General
Oraut an hoar. Thfere was some pain this
morning, attending the taking of food, and
the cancer in the ilirnl was suppurating.
The general seemed no weaker than yester
lay, and during the hour of the senator':.:
call the patient coughed ouiy once, and then
the expectoration of mucus was accomphish
d without dihiciilty. So long as the gen
eral was nourished now, the senator be
lies!, he would tu vivc until the grdual
course of the cancerous disease produced
General Grant is somewhat improved in
iisfgener.il condition since the last bullet:i .
A slight sorewesi! of the throat during the
morning wms relieved by cocoaine. The se
c return of mucus hi:- diminished, and the
cough becomes less troublesome. The pa
tieut walked without assistance to an ad
joining room, and sat iu -.be sun'ight. H's
pulse and (temperature is unchanged.
GEN. CRANT REPORTGO MUCH BETTY a.'
New York, April 14. From midnight
until 6 o'clock all was quiet iu Grant's
bouse. Then the general -arose and had his
throat treated. While Dr. Douglas was
writing the first bulletin in the library, at
6:30 A. M., the general walked into the
room an1 sat down near the physician.
When the bulletin was finished Dr. Douglas
read it to General Grant and said, "Is that
right, general?" "Yes, that's light," re
sponded the sick inlan. He brightened with
the morning hours and at one time remark
ed he felt better than ho had in two weeks.
HE MAY LIVE MONTOM.
A gentleman who', is thoroughly conver
sant With Grant's ailme.it said to-night:
"The marvelous improvement iu the gen
eral's condition is nrjt at all surprising to
me. He may live two ov'thret weks and
ha may live two or three months. If he
survives till the early part of the summer
be will be taken out of the city, to mauu
tains probably, as I do not think the sea
sir would fcjjree jwith kim. If he had
strength enough, I think he would like to
go to California. If he improves in the
same ratio during the next four days he
-will be riding in the park this week. He
does not require so much morphia now;
only six drops of the solution were injected
to-uight, instead of the customary ten drops.
He partook of three varieties of nourish
tnent to-day, and the general being in a
facetious mood alluded to the food as his
NORTHERS PACIFIC EARNINGS.
New York, April 13. The Riilroad
Journal -says Northern Pacific earnings for
March show a deorease of 30 per cent, com
pared with last year. The gain from Feb
i uary to March was 90 per cent, last year,
and only 20 per cent. this. The season has
not opened favorably with northwestern
PUDDLER3 GOINNG TO NEW ZEALAND.
Pittsburg, April 13. This afternoon
100 puddlers left this city for New Zealand
to work in a large iron, mill just finished.
The substitution of steel for iron iu the
Pittsburg mills is fast taking away thei
occupation and driving kheni to seek em
ployment elsewhere. Within the last two
years not less than 2,000 men in this city
have been thrown out of work by the intro
duction of machinery f.r the manufacttir j
PLOT TO ASSASSINATE GOVERNOR HOADLY
Clevelano, April 10. A special from
Rochester says the Democratic Stardard at
that place has private information of a plot
to assassinate Gov. Hoadly list Monday
It says the governor received through mai
a small wooden box, from oue end of which
hung a string. The governor's suspicion
being aroused, he caused the cover
of the box to be removed, and a care
fully art-aimed infernal machine, loaded
with dynamite, slugs and spikes, was dis
closed. The striug had been so adjuster
that to have pulled it the governor would
have caused ari explosion and doubtless
have lost his life. It is said authorities ar
at work on the case, and for that reason the
facts have not before been made public.
TO BKVIVETBe .'WICAS MERCHANT JfVNE
New York, April 14. At a meeting ot
the maritime association yesterday the com
mittee on the revival of commerce submit
ted a memorial to be sent all commercial
bodies iu the country, showing the decay of
the American mercantile marine, and
urging the necessity of takim; steps to re
vive foreign commerce. The committee
favor the Freuch system of 30 cents per ton
granted bv the government for every 1C30
miles sailed by French vessels, sail or steam,
built and owned in the United States and
engaged iu foreiga commerce, the payment
to continue a number of j'ears, after which
it is to he reduced 10 per cent, annually.
Other commercial bodies are asked to join
in asking congress to pass such a law.
Chicago, April 10. There has been
practically no change iii the first estimates
of the majorites growing out of the muni
cipal election here on Thursday. The face
of rhr leturus gives Harrison (democrat) for
mayor 334 plurality over Sidney Smith,
(re pub; 'can. ) The republican managers
claim to have discovered numerous evidence
of fraud ana declare that they will contett
she election. The situation since has been
complicated by the theft yesterday of oue
f the ballot-boxes from a strong republican
irecinct. Twi men have been arrester!
jharged with this crime. Republican can
li lat.es for city clerk and city attorney weir
sleeted. The democrats elected the citj
CALIFORNlANS CALL ON MANNING.
Albany, N. Y., April 10. A delegatio
of Calif oinians, headed by General (Jinny
tnd Christopher Buckley, and accompanied
by Hubert O. Thompson, called to-day on
Secretary of the Treasury Daniel Manning
at his residence, in relation to federal reve
nue appointments on the Pacific slope, and
particularly in relation to the coliectorship
of the port of San Francisco. Thompson
introduced the delegation, numberiug ten
persons, to the secretary, and a long and iu
formal talk on matters took place, the se
ret try carefully avoiding Wtoiring any men
tion of who may be the future collector of
San Francisco, but trivins the delegation the
impression that the appointment would be
of a character to meet their entire approval.
ANOTHER STRIKE TlI-iATENED.
New York, April 13. A special from
Dallas says: It need surprise no one if an
other strike occurs on the Gould system in
.Texas at an early day. Railroad companies
are gradually dismissing parties implicated
ia the last strike. Orders were to-day re
ceived by Missouri Pacific and Texas and
Pacific officials to notify their laborers that
in thirty days fiom date their wages would
be reduced twenty-five cents each per day
The men talk of another strike.
RUMORS OF A DISASTROUS FrCHT.
Winnipeg, April 12. While no reliable
information can be iiad to-niht from the
west, rumor has it tiiat the Nineteenth
batailion had a skirmish with Kiel's party
within thi.ty miles of Huniboidt, and that
eighty men were killed, hut dispatches just
received do not confirm the statement.
More troops go west to-morrow, and al
though this is Sunday nothing can be seen
on the streets but soldieivi and cannou.
The 112WS of the battle between the Nine
teenth batailion and half-bree Is is not eon-
firmed, but is stiH be'ieved on the streets
here, though it can be traced to no reliable
source. All wire irom tne west are con
trolled by the CrtrVdian Pacific Kail oad
Company, and telegrams from the seat of
war are inspected by officers in command.
Official messages are sent to the government
in cypher. Much uneasiness is felt here
over the report, although the rumor is dis-
redited by the authorities.
NOTHFR ILLINOIS LEGISLATOR DIKS SUD
DENLY. Springfield, 111., April 12. Death has
.igaiu interfered with the plans of the sen
sorial managers. To-day Representative
J. Heury Shaw of Ue irdstown, Cass county
was found dead in hid rocjm at the hotei.
He had been snlfering fiom heart disease,
but had been able to take part in the legis
lative proceedings. It is believed Governor
Oglesby wid to-morrow issue a w it for a
new election. Dispatches were sent to re
publican members to-night, urgiiig them to
meet in joint assembly Tuesday. The Mor
lison niou, however, claim no vote will be
taken. Speaker Haines says there will not
be a full meeting during the remainder of
the session, and the impression gains ground
that the legislature wiS adjourn without
deciding the senatorial questn'n. Everyone
seems at sea to-night. It will be at least
three weeks before the vacancy caused by
the death of Shaw can be tilled, and dernc
crats do not want to force the fighting.
L igau's friends are satisfied with the com
plectiou of affairs, feeling confident that his
election is only a question of time. Shaw s
district is democratic by a large majority.
THE M DANIEL MURDER TRIAL.
Jacksonville, April Is. the murder
cue, in wlnctt Lie wis :ilc Daniels was way
laid and murdered at Ashland la3t Novem
her, has thus far resulted in the nudimr
guilty of Lewi3 O'Neil. who is under sen
tence to he hanged Thursday, May 2lst.
Mi" . McDaniel, wife of the murdered man.
was given a hearing to-day in Justice
p'oudray's court, arid committed to jail
without bail, for being an accomplice in the
murder. The evidence, which was revealed
by O'Neil to two fellow-prisouers, is strong
ly anaiust Mrs. McDaniel. J. J. Fryar, a
brother-in-law of Mrs. McD tniels. who was
accused of bribing witnesses at the last term
of court, has be'a discharged.
BILL TO RESTRICT CHINESE IMMIGRATION.
New York, April 14. A special from
Ottawa says: The long promised bill to
restrict Chinese immigration into Canada,
was brought down by Secretary Seat to-day.
The bill provides that every person of Chi
nese oriain shall pay into the Dominion
treasury $26 on entering any Canadian port,
except members of diplomatic corps, tour
ists, merchants, traders, etc. Every Chi
neie persen desiring to leave the country
will be required to obtain a certificate,
which, on being presented on his return,
admits him free of duty tax. It was origin
ally intended hat the rights of franchise be
extended to such of Chinese as had com
piled with the regulation, and who were
worth 1000 clear of all incumbrances
This section of the bi1!, however, has been
A PROMINENT MORMON Ri:XOtTNCE3 POL VGA M V
Salt Lake, April 13. Orsou P. Arnold,
a prominent Mormon, to-day pk'aded dilty
to an indictment charging unlawful cohabi
tation. He declared in open court bis in
tention to abandon polygamy, obey the
"laws, and live with his law'ul wife only,
not neglecting to support his "second fam
ily." Judge Zane said thase declaration
had great weight with the court, and there
fore imposed a fine of $:)03, without im
prisonment. To-day the court began em
panelling the grand jury for the April term.
Polygamists and upholders of polygamy are
excluded, a3 before. The work is only
DEATH FROM BLEEDING AT THE NOSE.
Austin, Nevada, April 13 Last Thurs
day a 2i year old daughter of Thomas Duns
don fell, and hemorrhage of the nose com
menced. Sur;;ical aid was summoned, but
to no avail, for slie steadily bled, iid yes
terday afternoon died. The bipod hail lost
all its albumen ami fibrous tissue, .uddid
not clot upon being exposed to air. It is a
rare case, though mentioned in medical
works. Two treses before she fell blood
b otches were seen under the sk'n in many
news items rr.OM victoria.
Victoria, April 13. The political pot is
boiling. New candidates for the local par
liament are in the field. The election
One thousand men will be en'istod imme
diately for service i' war breaks out. All
the batteries are beiup; connected by tele-
THE INDFAN SCARE A FARCE.
Walla Walla, April 13. The Indian
excitement in north Idaho resolves itself
into an assault upon a notoriously bad white
woman who was associated with indians, by
an old squaw.
EXCITEMENT AT WALLA WALLA.
Walla Walla, W. T.. April 13. The
Register and Receiver of the United States
Laud Office at this pii.ee have received a
telegram from Commissioner Si'arkes re
voking the nr.ler bf A' ting Commissioner
Harrison, dated M.treh 20th, changing the
terminal limits of the Northern Pacific rail
road iu this vicinity. It is believed that
the revocation of the order has been secured
by misrepresentation. Great indignation
and uneasiness is every manifest. Settlers
who have purchased railroad lands, who
feel that their homes are imperilled, are
flocking to town and discussiug various
meaus of protecting their riglit3, and some
even swear they will hang or shoot the first
man or land-shark who tries to jump their
lands. It was the settlers in the first place
who demanded the- change and not the rail
SALT LAKE GRAND JURY.
Salt Lake, April 19. The grand jury of
the February term of the Third district
court here was discharged to-night after a
session of four days, investigating thirty-one
polygamy cases, finding twanty-sevan in
dictments under the Edmunds law. Four
teen territorial cases were investigated auri
eleveu indictment!) found.
THE WHEAT OUTLOOK.
Washington, AMU IU. itetums' ot
April to the department of agriculjuro in
uictue a reduction ot over 10 per cent, in
lust year's area of winter wheat. The ag
gregate shortage amounts to 3,000,000
acres. A decrease is reported in every
state except Oregon, It is 15 per cent, ic
California. The present condition of wheat
is worse than in 18S3, being 77 per cent.
against 96 last, year, and 80 iu 1883. The
r-al status of the crop will be better shown
a month hsnee. when the vitality of the
roots has been demonstrated and the char
acter ot the spring determined, On the
present showing the reduction of the yield
on aDasis ot last years product. on, promises
to be nearly 40,0 )0,003 bushels, on account
of area, and more than 60,0? J, 030 from win
ter killing and low vitality. Whether the
crop will exceed 400,000,000 bushels or fall
short of it depends upon the reliability of
present appearances, and on future condi
tions affecting growth and ripening. The
soil was in a bad condition at time of seed
ing on the Atlantic coast, and from New
Jersey to Georgia, and in Wesi Virginia
and Tenuesee. It Was better in southwest
Missouri, Illinois and Michigan. In the
Ohio valley it is scarcely in a medium con
dition. Damage by the Hessian fiy is not
severe, though worse in Indiana, Illinois,
Missouri and Kansas, where injuries occur
red iu three-tenths of the reported territoiy.
AN OREGON MAN LET OUT.
Washington, April 10. To reduce the
expenses of the inspection bureau of the
postoffice department within the limits of
the appropriation, the postmaster general
to-day requested the resignations of fonr-
t:en inspectors, including J. J. Murphey of
Washington, April 13. The piesidenl
made the following appointments to-day:
To be c'iansls of the United Stales: Charles
T. Russell, Connecticut to Liverpool, Eng
land; A. Haller Gros3, Pennsylvania, at
Athens, Greece; William W. Long, Texas,
at Hamburg, Germany; Henri Vignaud,
Louisiana, aecreracy of the legation of the
United S..atei at Paris; Augustus Jay, New
ork, second secretary of the iegatiou at
RUSSIAN NEWSPAPERS FOR WAR.
St. Petersburg, April 10. Morning
newspapers throughout Russia, with very
few exceptions, commenting on the recent
battle between the Russian &$d Afghans
on the Bushk liver, are very bellicose in
their utterances, and charge Earl Dnfferin
and Sir Peter Lumsdeu with provoking war
by advising thu Afghans to advance on
Puli-Khisti, which British officials knew
was a part of the Russian territory. The
Afghans, they say, also fully understood
Puli-Khisti was Russian" territory, and
would never have attempted to advance
their pickets to that point unless strongly
urged to do so by British oilicials. The
war party folly endorse the assertions' of
those newspapers and are very pugnacious
over the affair.
A RUSSIAN VrSW 07 THE BATTLE.
St. Petersburg, April 10. The Journal
of St. IVterslmrg say3 that Genera! Kom
aroll s return witinu his Hues after driving
ff the Afghans indicates that the Russian
attack wa3 caused bv the hostile actiou of
the Afghans. Thus the affair assumes a
less serious aspect and becomes merely an
accidental conflict, diificult to avoid con
sidering the extremely strained condition of
Hairs and proximity of the Russian rnd
Afghan outposts. The Journal expresses
the hope that the confliot will not interfere
with negotiations now iu progress between
England and Russia.
London, April 13. 1 p. m. A cabinet
meeting, summons for which were issufd
yesterday, is now in progress. Nothing is
known positively in regard to the character
of deliberations, but the great war question
is believed to be absorbing the attention of
the ministers, and the reuit of the council
is awaited with anxious eagerness.
After the rising of the Cabinet Council
this afternoon Earl Granville, foreign sec
retary, sent a long dispatch to the British
minister at Sc. Petersburg. The govern
ment has received offioia' dispatches, fully
confiriniu the report of the Russian ad-
ance in force.
NEGOTIATING FOR PEACE.
Ottawa, Ont., April 14. Mr. Royal re
tu ae.l yesterday, and simultaneously with
his arrival a rumor was set afloat that ar
rangements had been made by which a con
flict with the half-breeds tinder Riel would
be avoided. It is reported to-day that
negotiations looking to peace were opened
yesterday by telegraph between General
Middleton and Louis Riel, hd that such
negotiations are still proceeding.
A GRANT Olf MONEY WANTED.
Ottawa, April 14. --In the house of com-
Lmous a message from the governor general
was read, asking parliament to :-rant imme
diately $700,000 towards defraviug tho ex-
mm of nnfctuui down the noroiwst re-
London, April 13. Instructions have
been telegraphed to Sir Peter Li msden to
transmit to London as quickly as possible
his report, and tfn'tt ot Captain Yates, of
the conflict on the Kushk river.
At various military aiid naval stations
great preparations for war continue to be
General KomarofFs explanation is regard
ed inadequate in official circles.
Earl Granville, British foreign minister,
immediately after the adjournment of to
day's cabinet meeting, had interviews with
Fehmi Pasha, special envoy from Turkey,
and Count Karolyi, Austrian ambassador.
The government has ordered the transfor
mation of the steamship Oregon into a man-of-war,
instead of a troop ship, as? at first
SPIRIT OF THE PRESS.
London, April 14. The Telegraph, edi
torially, remarks: "No diplomatic ailiauce
en now rescue Degiers and the czar from
their fighing generals."
With few exceptions the press of London
and the provinces, of all shades of political
opinion, attack the tone and question the
accuracy of General Koinaroff's statement.
It is supposed the Russian minister of war
shaped General Komaroll 's te'egroin.
The Standard says the czar has, within
the last forty-eight hours, telegraphed te
Berlin an expression of his dtsire for peace.
St. Petersburg, April 1$. The Official
Messenger to -day publishes a further com
munication from General Komaroff regard-
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iu$ wre nwwi uata.ie ucmocu me wunhowi
and afghans on the Kushk river. He as-
erta in this telegram that the menacing at- j
ti tude of the Afghans in advancing so close
ly to his lines arid occupying several availa
ble positions, together with the refusal of
of the Afghan commander to pay any at
tention to his protests, made him expect
that the Afghans contemplated a night at
tack on the Russian lines.
Teheran, April 13. News has been re
ceived from Askabad that liussiau troops to
the number of 45,000 were on the march to
New This Week.
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FRANCE UNFRIENDLY TO ENGLAND.
New York, April 13. A London special
says: There is a distinct disposition on the
part of the French ministry to be unfriend
ly to England in her present dilemma.
Most of the Paris papers reflect this ten
dency in bitter words about the English
now reaping the harvest they sowed by
allowing France to be dismembered fouiieen
years ago. M. De Freycinet has already
taken certain suggestive fcteps in Egyptian
matters, and he has it in his power, through
the fiction that the khedive i3 responsible,
to make all manner of difficulties for Eng
land by putting the screws on that dummy.
Iu the existing state of English temper a
very little of that thing would go a great
wav. and if Germany or Italy gives the
word, that they would just as soon make a
general dance of it, John Bull would give
the French ambassador his walkiug papers
.vitli infinite satisfaction.
BUYING AMERICAN STEAMSHIPS.
New York, April 13. Employes of the
National line of steamships state English
government has bought the American out
right, payint' 250,000.
THE OUTLOOK MOKE PEACEFUL.
London, April 15. The Daily News in
an editorial this. morning, says: "The sit
uation shows a more pnaceful tendency, but
theugh the intentions of Russia are good
now, we cannot assume that they will be
carried out. Events ttn simplified Lng-
(and's task. It war is to be avoided it must
be show a that the Afghans, not the Rus-
siaus, are blamabie loi me collision, wn
also that Komoraff's action is no part of the
BusBian advance. If Russia is as anxious
for peace as England is, piiac ought to be
The dispatch from St. Petersburg al
luded to by Gladstone yesterday carries
forward the negotiations on the frontier
question which wers interrupted by the
Penjdeh affair. It is studiously conciliatory
RUSSIA WANTS THE DOLPHIN.
Philadelphia, April 14. The Times
says John Roach has been offered $10,000
more for the dispatch boat Dolphin than
this government has agreed to give. The
offer comes frcm the Russian government,
and Roach has demanded an immediate
answer to his letter requesting final pay
ment by the Uaited States.
A HITCH IN THE ARRANGMENTS.
London, April 14. Dispatches from
Shanghai, received this afternoon, states
that there is a hitch iu the final arrange
ments for execution of the definite treaty ot
neace between France and China, owing to
soma concessions which China asks, and
which the Freuch ambassador refuses to
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