The Corvallis gazette. (Corvallis, Or.) 1862-1899, June 12, 1885, Page 3, Image 3

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    News Summary.
Caterpillars are raising sad havoc in
the orchards near Gervals.
Nearly $1000 has been raised in
Walla Walla for the celebration of the
4th of July.
A car containing young shad is en
route to Portland, and the fish will be
d stributed through the streams of Ore
g in and Washington.
Eastern Oregon and Washington
are expected to produce 450,000 tons
of wheat this year, of which 350,00c
ions will be for export.
Fishermen have great sport cithing
salmon at the Willamette Falls with
Rich specimens of copper ore has
been found within a few miles of Salem.
It is probable that a company of wes
tern capitalists will invest money in the
enterprise of working the ore.
By the fire at Oak Grove, Polk Co.,
A. G. Roberts lost one thresher, two
seedci s, one hay rake, one binder, a
span of horses valued at $300 or $400,
ten tons of hay and about 400 bushels
of wheat.
Notwithstanding the unfavorable
mining season a considerable quantity
of gold dust has been taken out of the
Rogue river. C. C. Beekman of Jack
sonville has bought and shipped sever
al thousand dollu.s' worth.
Salem had another fire on Wednes-
0. B. STARR'S
LIVER! FEES and SALS STABLE,
(South eud Main Street.)
Charges Reasonable, Satisfact
ion Guaranteed,
('OrvaLIis, - - OregoD.
hook and line. Fish weighing Irom
, r ir.-Mn.-ntl,-' wl-fn I evening, June 3rd. A large wood-
Mr. Thomas Graham, a miner of
Granite Creek, while working in his
claim last week, picked up a nugget
weighing four and one half pounds,
valued at $900.
The "Yank' ledge in Douglas coun
ty bids fair to rival the Comstock lode.
The dazzling prospect turned a San
Francisco gold-mining expert crazy,
and he died a few days ago.
According to the census of i?.8o,
linn produces more butter than any
county in the state. Marion comes
next followed by Multnomah, Lane.
Clackamas, Washington, Yamhill,
Umatilla, Douglas, Union and then
Polk.
Eugene Guard: bout forty China
men left Eugene last Wednesday, for
Blue river where they go to mine dur
ing the coming summer. We under
stand that another drove will leave
here some time next wees lor t;ij
same destination.
The Statesman says the Salem Flour
ing Mills company have decided to
adopt the roller mills process. Tbcy
will discard all their' old machinery,
and have let a contract to a Minnesota
man to put in the machinery, at a
cost of about $40,000, the work to be
completed by Septemqer 20.
It has often been remarked that the
cherry season this year is somewhat
earlier than usual. A strange coin
cidence is that many of the trees thai
have already yielded a large crop are
budding anew, and are even white
with blossoms, and bid fair to bear a
larger second crop this season than
the first.
Judge Washburne returned from
Lake county yesterday mo ning. He
brought several curiosities among
which was the skull of a mountain
sheep with an enormous pair of horns
which we imagine to be as large as
those, the blowing of which brought
down the walls of Jericho. Eugene
Register.
Matney, Lawrence and Cooper, who
were charged with inflicting bodily in
jury upon Coffey, near Independence
on Sunday, May 24, had a preliminary
examination before justice O'Donald
of Salem, on Monday June 1st, and
were held in bonds for th. ir appear
ance bsfore the grand jury; Matney in
the sum of $1000 and Lawrence and
Cooper in the sum of $7'o ';ach.
The Omaha Bee says foreign cattle
men in Nebraska are successfully fool
ing the government. They have
fenced in 40,000 acres of public iand
in Custer county and driven off settlers
by violence, and now that their title is
buiidina adioininsr the postoffice.
just opposite the Chemeketa hotel
was burned. The building was
owned by Ed. Hirs : state treasurer,
and his ioss is $1000.
Roseburg Plaindealer: A load of the
finest coal that ever came into this town
was brought down from the East Ump
tjua river, about twenty-two miles from
town, where Dr. J. F. W. Saubert has
Discovered an extensive coal ledge.
The quality too '; of the very best.
Jacksonville Times: Grasshoppers
are doing considerable damage to
growing crops on the other side of
Bear r.cek. so we are informed by
John Hocnenjos. This is the first in-j
stance teat Jackson county lias been
atiacked with a pest of this kind.
Marshfield News: Henry Schroed
er is buying large quantities of mvrtle
and maple wo d on the Coquille,
which will be forwarded to Chicago,
where arrangements have been made
for its disposal. He is paying f-om $7
to $10 per acre for the privilege of
cutting the timber.
Roseburg Review: Reports from all
portions of the county are indicative of
an abundant yield of grain. We have
talked with a great many fanners and
nave not heard one word ot disparage
ment of the 1 ieli of spring-sown. Fall
sown crops will not give as good yield,
as the rains came to j late to do any
, permanent good.
The rains have been succeeded
throughout the entire northwest by
the most delightful "growing" weather.
Our crop of cereals wa s long ago as
sured and now that of fruit and vege
tables is as certain. Oregon and
Washington alone keep up the average
in the great wheat crop aggregate, Cal
ifornia falling below on account of the
long spring drouth.
Salem Statesman: Yesterday, while
the two sons of Mr. Frank Murray in
Gervais, were hunting rats, the elder
brother seeing the other one's foot in
the grass, mistook it for a rat and shot
at it. The distance being only about
ten feet, he filled the foot completely
with shot. Dr. Cauthorn of that city
was immediately summoned and ex
tracted what lead he could fro.n the
afflicted member.
The last official report of the Union
Pacific directors said of the Utah and
Northern: "Remarkable as the state
ment appears, it h yet true that two
stations at its extreme northern end
Butte and Anaconda, twenty eight
miles distant from each other, and
about 1400 rhiles distant from Omaha
collect and receive annually an
amount of earning nearly equal to one
MILLER BROS.,
DEALERS IN
Field, Vegetable & Flower Seeds.
. Imperial Egg Food,
Tools, Fertilizers, etc., etc.
PORTLAND, OREGON.
209 Second Street. 22142m
J. B. Lee, M. D. G. R. Farra, M. D.
LEE & FA.URA,
jPlivsicians, Surgeons
And Aceouchers.
CORVALMS, - - CRGON.
29-111 tf
(TH CSWZlEiTfTl
THE MUTUAL SELF-ENDOWMENT
JS jNTT) BENEVOLENT
ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA,
Grand Central Office, Tcrt Worth, Texas.
SAM CUNDIFF, President. E. M. MAOY, Secretary.
B. W. BROWN, Vice-Presi lent. A. AY. MORRISON, J reas.
Chartered under the laws of the State of Texas, June 11th, 1881. Copjrisd.t secured by Bljr-g title Jv;
1S61, in the office of the librarian of Congress. D. C
n
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depart:
Livery, Feed and Sab Statle
Brink & Wright, Prop's,
Good Teams, Buggies, Carriages and Sad
dle Horses at reasonable rates.
Third Street, between Jefferson and Adams.
CORVALLIS, - OREGON.
"21-41 -U
Three Year Old Record 2:41.
Son of
Altamont (2:27), and Belle Price.
Will lie kept the season of 1885 on the
farm of J. VV. McKniirht, atLowson Station
on the narrow gauge railroad. Linn Co., Or.
Will be allowed to serve a limited number
of mares at $50, payable when the mare is
removed from the farm, with the privilege
of returning barren mares in 1886 free of
charge.
ONECO
Was started in all the principal three year old races
in wreffon in tb4
itiakin-jr a roeor;
fill thtwi vf:ir iilrl rftoril nn tho Vmrh Pficifi flnact
and trottincr a fifth heat in the remarkable time of
2:44, the hist half in 1:17, a 2:34 gait.
His breeding will suit the mo-t fastidious. For
particulars and extanded pedigree address
fclcKfMlCHT BRO'S,
Albany, Oregon.
NG .SUPPLIED WITH
LATEST STYLES,
AND DESIGNS OF
Typ3 aod a!
r ;
PACIFIC COAST DEPARTMENT.
OFFICE:
No. 7 Powell St. Corner Market. San Francisco
OFFICER.
HON' SAMUgL B. HILBOK!, President, A. W. -:ELSEV, of Sacramento, Vice-President
"t,1:,;:- '.W- ,, . ,. . 3 - M'SSKL, Sr., Superintendent.
PaOI rATLOit, M. IV, Medic?! Director, PACIFIC HANK, Treasurer
CAFF. J. E LEONAED, State iBupt., Portland, Or,
The objectof tWs Assuc'atlon is to provide ertiow-iuens for living roeirbere a well a hencfiu for '
larn.ies M Ueccaaicttfcers.at tLe teat cost consistent with perfect security, i.v laasuie oudowiaeirte as
Meuae . beoxit certjficatee.
'''"'' ' '"' ": 'y f. nra, lite and death, Om i ayattoe death of a mem her and the other pays
" . , mentsdnmiKlUe. The association if operated on te mutual plan. Jt h. . no ktock-
eoiaura tv absorb uk earnings, and ne trustees amonv u-hoci to uivide its surplus.
'lile total iei..uEri.Hip .:f the association new srr.Mir.ti to nearly 1,COO with a steady increase
such month. . w a . has Hisbnrsed to dt. tS7O.C3it.0S in benelhs to the legatees of daeeued mem
jt-rs, a.i.i o.i maturing coupoiut is loaning from fit'ee to twenty thou -and per month to li'-imr members
. REVIEW SmCE ORGANIZATION.-
5570,236,06
570,038,02
201,06
: - I - - ' 80,600
Wanted m everV COUtltv Cf the Pacific Tract-.
Johnson, Resident Agent, - Corvallis, Oregon.
i.eseipta since organization,
Ois'iurscip-. iit.-: since organization
Balance ou muni.
Jot,p.;ui paid.
A
H OitySteblesiDaily Stage Line
ALBANY TO C0KVALLJS.
IS PREPARED TO DC
FlfiE B)3iC AMD FAKiiY JOB PEIiiTIHa
In the latest style sn;! rt piiCcS 'mt little mnrt
th n eost o'la'oor and n a er.al. on Si . ;.v. iuu vt
I are 'onstantly tiirnin , nut -.it prices . ,.ich uc... com
I petition, the nicjstdc. ns of
rrss rv
i." JUiVJJUAi
THOS. EGLIN, - - Proprietor.
On the Corner West
COtWALLIS,
FT A V NT, COMPLETED MY
j new -th J
;e Engine Hocse iJTuving secured the contract to narpyinir th
OREGON. ! raited States Mail
1 am hett-.-r than
jicv,. the
i'.AilX, ?--. &a i A 1-1
r prepared to &gg'V Uf V ? 1 1XJ.SS tO JllDa I1V
Tfpcr. r;-ii:
t k.r.tio v j .
iS4, winning three out if four, and t i i
d of 2; 41, which stands at the head of bettor he,i,is,
Id records on the Vorth Piii-ifin CtomM . BUI heads.
Kavehipes,
eaniiQ&s of the en-
questioncd in tht; ronrts they have j tenth of th'.
succeeded in staving off trial long t t;re Uajon pacific sy stem, so rich is
enough to permit the army of cowboys the sll! round;ng country in mineral
and others whom they have hired, to wealth."
file claims on the lands under the
homestead, pre-emption end timber-
culture acts.
A Camas valley correspondent of the
Roseburg Plaindealer says: The gold
fever has developed into an epidemic
The prospects are bnlhant tor a among our valley folks. The scene of
successful State Fair this year. Port- excitement is Twelve-mile creek,
land merchants have taken renewed Claims have been taken up from the
interest in the exhibition, and will send j forks of it and Bowlder creek for a dis
a large amount of goos to the fair. ! tance of a mile or more up the creek.
Exhibitors are assured of their premi- Jarues Huddleson and Mr Martindale
urns, and are not afraid to venture, i are
their claim with visror.
The appropriation made
th'c last i They are at present running l ditch of
half a mile in length. The) hnve had
Legislature has greatly added to restore
confidence in the institution. A Port-! good prospects and are sanguine of
land merchant said yesterday that he
thought the coming fair would be the
most successful ever held News.
The projectors of the Portland and
Huntington railroad are working quiet
ly, but as yet no important develop
ments have been made. Plenty of
capital is assured the enterfiise, both
local and Eastern. All arrangements
have been about perfected, and it is
McMinnville Reporter: A Mr. Wil
son came over from Tilamook one day
the latter part of the week and brought
with him several specimens of the
quartz-bearing rock not only from the
mines on the Trask but also from
Fetches on this side of the mountains.
Several specimens were left at this
office by him, and those acquainted
not at all improbable that work will be- with silver rock are invited to call and
gin, on the road before the close of the examine. Mr. Wilson says that much
present year. As far as can now be rock has been taken in from other sec-
learned large machine and repair shops
are to be located at both Portland and
Huntington. The road will be stan
dard g'rage.
tions and that "salting" has been en
gaged in to considerable extent, to the
detriment of the true -condition of the
mines.
WOODCOCK & BALDWIN 8
TI-TB 33 33 3 "37
AGRICULTURAL
IMPLEMENTS!
Visiting card?, '
Business cuds,
PrograroN
Ball tic! ets,
jS'ci-- ! ooks,
t nil r books,
Pi ceipt books,
Potters,
Uruggista labels.
Gummed or
Ungammed,
Legal blanks,
Rend. Iot am pies and
P a to t ie Gazette OS
fice ii you want the !Best
work nt Lower, Pric s.
I For the ensuing four years will leave Corvallis eacl
irj f.OOIA',T ","'"lna o'clock, arriving in Albany aboat
.lC?. bnnn.iUCQ o'clock, and will start from Allanv at 1 o'clock inthe
jafternoou, returning to Corvallis about 3 o'clock
.1 vif 'i bis line wili le orepared with jrood team anu care-
ul d'-ivers aial ni-e comfortable and
SADDLE HORSES TO H1P.E.
At Reasonable Rates.
f-'T Particular attention given to Boarding Horses
iloreo itottjrht and bold or lLxelianged.
PLEASE GIVE ME A CALL.
EASY RIDING VEHICLES
For tlie accommodation of the
TRATELINO PUB11C.
Wheat ncl other Grain Stored t.ii the best of Terms by
L L 1 S
PtfiMSBED TO PATRONb,
Farmers will do well to call on me before making arrangements elsewLt re
ii-2;-vi
HARDWARE
OF ALL K MZ AT
SfljFRflWClSCOXPRICES,)
BROUGHT BY THEM
A JJTJST HII0HI.
CABINET MAKER,
j t
ji
Direct from the East !
Otove Q
DIRECT FROM
Eastern and St. Louis
FOUNDRIES.
UNDtTAK BR .
Cor. Secoud aud Monroe Sts.,
CORVALLB, : ClitlGCTf,
Keeps constantly on hand all kiiiib of
FtTENITU 31 H
v
Coffins
tr: a
Ci
isiietp.
Work done to ordjr on short notice and :
Corvallis July i, 18S1. l!):S7yl.
BREECH St K'JZZLE LQADINS SHOT SUMS
Kiflr , Piniol.s,
Amcinitim., Cutlery
Spy Qas9Pfs Fiahlnj Tackle
Work made to order and Warranted.
20-33tf C. HODES, Corvallss.
THE BENTON COUNTY
REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATION
Office : -CorrelliB, Oi cccp.
il :. WOODCOCK, Manager.
'I'OTQ ASSOCIATION willbnvard sell all ela
('f ReaJ Estate on rt-a KonohI tmni nwA ul.. .
oujrbly auvcilje hy des6fibijif etK-h piety at property cntrustedlo it i'or sale. The follo
optrty will bo boid ;n extraoro' muril y rcus.n.u)j:! tern-sr
SAW
w itei f
n eoun
all .f th
bout 7
road u
LI.
J 1 rr.terest in a n ) i t, h
STlK'K rtT:"f- 99flnfTa nl.w -p :
od p;iwr ai d sewn Pcreeot lhid rt-v iWi en tan fctcttltiiatcd,totreb ot c, , d V'r i d
- ........ n in. . um ii. ii j- mi lAtt -
ha.ilihie range, n:skii t.rt 01 thi hen oik
rarris iit i ciitui uiintv. Mtvaied ;.boi.t 1C milta
FARV Farm all under fence 6n?v21 mnesfrcm:fcoutnU:tofit,rTll,iyt- IlictltOO.
Corvallis of xfo af.-tfs( bOhtre i v.- iit t-ttlthstu n, ti.i
tMuaneecfil be cuUivoitd
ii ot CoiVGlT'i "ir. an tstvuti.t
ion. it. Icixm tasy-
PAttM. X fa in (I r.T- A 1 ) i.a.j ,
U'v fit u til !l " 1 n- .... . , . I., ii- ..1 r. onlTM " Mvu Vr,.T. J 1 1 OnQtr
v !i be sold at n i ur- r.in. tttun etfy.
ncli U tltlli li.l.d in i uiti :tt ,f n
f0 acres of 'oc! Er us. and maple tinier: '2 ctid
FARM Farm oi 47 acres for less than ?1S rei - ;fI r nords and mccc.d wtlH vixh
fccrtj, being dee oi th cbeapettt and Lest Iliu-h r '1 erics: fer tere, half caeh don ind
..enfoKcouJitn t fitu&tcd 4 iv.iies west of Monroe j Ww n e and two can, Beeuitd by
i mile from a irwi w.fccol, in c-ne cif the 1 eM w:t l.-UiCrlal?6 ur; the faun.
toriioodM in ifta stutc with ehui-fa piiviieea bsutiy.
laOTRTtvo unimproved lots ii. Corvallis. Oreo'
laliiviaod. Aliuoder fence, uith aCH,d two won Sf't builni? piaeca m the dtT or sale
ramebouae, large barn and oi'ctiard; haa rimninc
.vater the vsar arour.d, and i well ili"i ior stock. ALSO Four oniinproved lots except leoc
md dairy piirpoaaa. This i one of the vheauest iumo. et! in Vorvallis, Or. The choicest building phu in
n the W iut;a, i.o V aiiey Term easy the city for aale reasonable.
PFiHO'fytQT
L k.-...... JaS r.& iy
IT I
no
cary,
a::d dealef in-
PiilfS, OliUlIilES, EiiES, GLASS, PCTTV, mm
8H0 ULBEREE A CES. TOILET ARTICLES &C.
A full lino ol B; oks, StatioBti-y ami Wall I:;
well selected. Paescriptionp coir.pcunileti al :
r. Orr driisis are (ivsli an'
II !i
19-27vl
FRANK BROS- IMPLEMENT CO.
OEALr.PS IN
ills
Si 2 9
manufacturers of
TINWARE
AND PLUMBINC A SPECIALTY.
HorvallisJ . Qregon:;
it m ea cv rra m & all rs
LaW
Firi
1
lie W airnna.
Wnod'j Jhivrern.
;ikL-if Plows,
ClaOHINI
Walter
eaperaajMl iVine BfodeWa Buford
uiord's Ctanataitd Sulky Plows CnateVSulkv i
tjo a, Kanaes'aud Ifcreahera, Co
rl Mftif ju;., Carriages. Srrinfi' Wrimne
rue ueieur
McSberrj Drills and Seeuera,
JUidge'n Double Draper Header,
rd's Riding ard Waitdng Cultivators,
baw Mi!! Machinery.
Bucfeboard Wagons, etc., etc.
d Hollow IVwtli I urn w , Lie , l.tc, tte
Full Unao.? Farm Machinery.
or Ctaloone. Addrpas either FRAKK BEOS., Impl. Co., Portland, Or., or
r. J. BLA l R.Aent, Corvallis. Oregon. 22143m
Will be mailed
to All Ronlioants I
l tr pnctMii.nl of Inst vear M' i tiloilt
ordering it. It contains illustrations, prices,
descriptions and directions tor pianrinj cli
Vegetable and Flower 8KUDS. V SJ.-in, rtr
D.M. F ERR Y ik G( ZST
,nd all Pjatnt BUAfnefis at home or
ndeii to for Htvdlerate fee.
iti n;;osit.e the SJ.S. Patent Office, and
ain Patents in less time than those remote
yton.
t'btfV DrawUie. We advise as to nat-
ree otcbarjirc; and We Cliajcge no fe
Htci.t if) Allowed.
, iKie, U tlie 1'ostiiiaster. the Sdpt.
er liiv., and t ollieials of the I". S. Patent
r ciieuliir, advice, tonus, and refei'ence to
its in our own ttate or eoni:ty, writ e
Opposite i-at-:nt OSee. Washington, 1.
F. M J JHNSON,
.ttorneyat Law.
Insnrancsa Spsialtj.
Mrfnay Loaned on Good Security.
-
J. I!. SCU AFFORD.
J. R. SCRAFFOR2
J. B. Scrafxord & Ere,
PKOPRIETOBS OF
CORVALLIS
EPRBLE WORKS,
AND DEALERS IN
ALLKINDS PLAIN, FANCY
AND ORNAMENTAL
Marble Granite.
MA IK STREET
Corvallis - Greg:cn.
21 -Uly