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CORVALLIS, OREGON, JULY 24, 1885.
Published every Friday Morning
BY GAZETTE PUBLISHING HOUSE.
(Payable in Advance.)
Ver Year (when not paid in advonce)
All notiea' and alvertisements intended for pub
ati i saiall he handed in bv noon on Wednesdays
Rates of advertising made known on application .
The Old Hero Sleeps.
The Victor of many Battles Gone to His
REPORTS OF INDIAN TROUBLES.
Fort Keough, Montana, .'uly 19. News
of serious trouble amoug northern Chayeune
Indians has been received here. The fol
lowiug is an official telegram: "The com
manding officer at Fort Custer reports thai
acting agent Stevens for the Rosebud and
Tongue River Indians headed by Black
Wolf and White Bull. The latter are at
tempting to force the Rosebud Indians to
live on Tongue River ami threaten to kill
agent Stevens if he attempts to interfere
with their plans." The report says that
the Iudians are much excited over the mat
ter. The Rosebud Iudians positively re
fuse to go. There are now in camp with
Tongue Kiver Iudians about 119 Pine Ridsre
Indians under Urazy Head and Amerieau
Horse. The latter nas said that he will die
rather than go back to the Pine Ridge
AiHnnv. An excitintr report has also
reached here that the Xortheru Cheyennes
hive linikpn nut and that thev are led to
the war path by the news from the South
em Cheyennes and Indian territory. Still
another report says that in an engagement
between Carpenter and Kobinson cowboys
five cowboys anil seven Indians were killed.
These reports ail seem well founded and
Mt. McGregor, V Y., July 23. der- , . exo:tt.meut among ranchers
eral Grant died this morning at 8 o'clock anj 8ettlers on Tongue and Rosebud River?.
New York time, or 5:15 Pacific Coast
The New Steam Yacht
Is at your disi osal for the season of 1885. Being
manned by careful and competent officers and crew
who will exert themselves at all times to ob:ige vis
itors. Chai tors a Specialty. Kates reasonable.
For terms appiv to
OAPT. F. E. -DQDGE, Manager.
Newport, Oregon. 2-22s3m
The above telegram was received in this
city just as we o to press. Flags are at
Livery, Feed and Sale
M. S. WOODCOCK,
A-ttornev - at - Law,
J R. BALDWIN,
A-ttorney at Law.
Will practice in all the Courts in the state.
Collections promptly attended to
(03 East side Main street.)
Corvallis, - r - Oregon.
J H. Lewis, E. E. Raber.
Levis & Rabei, Pioprletors.
sW Do a general Dray ing Business.
THIS OUT, and return to
SThe Gazette ru ling House with ar order for
any amount of J rrlntlnir, such as. bill or
i niter Heads. In ta'ions. Calling and i usiness
I Porrfs Prmrrun e.. S !i Tickets, "-ote. Order,
and Receipt Looks, Circulars, Labels, Shipping
Tajs, Posters, or any class of Job Printing
Prices as low as Good vt orK can De aone ior.
HOPS AND BEER.
New York, July 20. The statement
recently made by some hopjmenthat the
preseut glut of their market was owing in
part to the use of substitutes for hops by
brewers is emphatically denied by those
gent.emen. Hop dealers show by statistics
that if the same amount of hops were put
in each liarrel of beer as formei-ly. namely,
one and a half pounds, the'entire crop of
the vv.irkl would not have sufficed for the
amount of beer that ha been brewed in re
cent yeans, A well known brewer denied
this, Buying: "A few years ago this state
grew n.ir)y all the hops that were raised in
the country. Growers were comparatively
few, and had a regular monopoly of the
business. They d'utated prices, and we had
to coniorm to them, for, owing to the heavy
tarirtf, importation then, except for the
higher grades of beer, was out of all ques
tion. But now immense crops are raised
iu California, Oregon and Washington ter
ritory, and owing to the greater fertility of
hn ani'l nn the Pacific coast, they can be
produced much cheaper there than in the
cast, and will soon be of as fine a quality in
tvery respect. It is this that makes them
o cheap at preseut not because we use
any less of them, for we do not. There are
too many rivals in the brewery busiuess for
a, man to put an inferior article on the mar
ket, and he dare not make anything dele
terious to health, even if so disposed."
tTHE MICHIGAN STRIKE.
East Saginaw, Mich., July 20. There
is no change here to-day in regard to the
strike. Strikers with Hi- families are
holding a picnic. Auother shingle mill
started up this morning atteu hours, but no
others have started. The sheriff has asked
the governor to withdraw the troops, there
beiug no necessity for their retention.
Probably they will leave Wednesday.
Philadelphia, July 20. A. prominent
officer of the Pennsylvania railroad said to
a Record Reporter to-day that negotiations
with Vaiinerbilt have been practically
A detatchment of soldiers under Major T.
H . Logan left for the scene Jf disturbance
INDIANS AT LARGE.
Galveston, July 21. A Sn Antonio
special to the News says: "A private letter
from Kinney county states that hostile
bands of Indians are taking advantage of
the withdrawal of cavalry from this district
and are at large on the frontier. The wri
ter ai ates that two Mexicans at the mouth
of Pinta creek, eight at I.as Vagas, and
about tweuty at other points have been
Killed, in Trans-Bio Grande, near the bor
der, by Indians, and ih..t a baud of fifteen
raiding warrioas have been near Kiuney
Brother's ranch. So far as learned no loss
of life has attended the Indian raid in
the roach failure.
New York, July 21. Goorge L. Weed
was seen this afternoon. He said he had
sent a telegram to secretary Whitney, ask
ing fr ir, immediate interview in regard to
the crisis, but had not received a reply.
Everything now depends on the govern
ment's action. Weed believes the depart
n,ot. a-red hastily, and m re..popse to an
unjust and absurd party hue and cry.
"Ro;ich's aff drs are in such splendid shape,
and his accounts are so clear and business
like, that it is merely a matter of detail to
i.ta.t their exact condition. But t lis is a
business involving not thousands but mill-
ons of dollars, and it will be heavy work to
prepare a schedule. I will say this, how
ever: John Roach owes very little money
except what is secured. If we are permit
ted to complete our cruises upon the under
standing that there is a mutual case of
sponsibility in our contracts, and that it is a
matter not of politics but of good business
faith all arouud, then the situation is very
clear. If, howe er the department holds
that we owe them all the money that has
been paid Roach, I don't know .i.-v, things
New barn, new buggies, carriages,
and every thing else new and
first-class in all respects.
Special Attsntion Transient Stock,
Good Saddle Horses.
(Second Street. )
D. C. ROSE, A. W. ROSE.
ROSE BRO S.
Manut cturer of and Dealer in
omestic Kevwest and Havana
Wholesale and Retail.
Hhewine and Smoking Tobaccos
and Smoker's articles generaUy,
Also just received a fine lot of
POC KET CTJTLE EtY.
No Chinese labor employed.
In order to make room for our New Fall Stock, we will offer the
following lines at cost;
Summer hose, Gloves and Mitts at cost. Childrens dresses and waists at cost.
Mohair and Linen dusters at cost. Summer wraps less than cost.
All our straw hats at cose. Parasols and white goods at cost.
Satines and Nuns veiling at cost. Laces and embroideries at cost.
Infants robes and dresses at cost.
150 pair childrens hose at 10 cts., worth 20 cts.
All remuants and odd lots regardless of cost.
For want of room we will sell all trunks at prime cost.
72 Ladies merino vests and pants, 2 in box, 60 cts. worth $1.00.
36 Ladies embroidered mull handkerchiefs, 35 cts, last year $1 00.
120 Pair ladies seamless hose 25 cts, regular 3 for $1 00.
18 Ladies dressing saque? 50 cts, regular $1 00.
30 Ladies corsets 50 cts, some worth fl 00.
24 Pair Childrens fine shoes 75 cts, worth $1 25.
30 Mens percale and Cheviot shirts 90 cts, worth $1 50.
We will make a reduction of 10 per cent, in all dry goods, dress goods, mens, youths,
boys and childrens clothing, furnishing goods, boots and shoes, hats and
caps, fancy goods, etc., etc.
This Important Reduction Sale
Will commence on Saturday, July 26, 1885, and continue for 30 days.
Remember all Sales are
y INCIENT HOCSK.
A. ASS EL, Proprietor.
The best dollar a day House in the
CORVALLIS, - OREGON
No Books Kept.
GENER u AGENT
STEINWAY & SON AND KRANrCH & BACH
Pianos. Tuning and repairing of Pianos
and Organs a specialty.
131 Fourth S'rcet, PfvprlaTlfl Or
near im fR, 20-23ai6 iUf bidliU. lX.
J amets L. Lewis.
Sheep, Cattle, Et.sss dE wugM tnd
sold and Sontraets mads to ftt-aish same
AT AI,L. TIMES.
Mutton. Beef and fat Hoes a
J. B. Lee, M. D. G. R. Farka, M. I.
LEE & FAURA,
Corvallis, - - Cregon.
To the Farmers of Benton and Linn Counties
I desire te remind you of the fact that I am still in the Warehouse business at my
old stand, and call your attention to the following reasons why I think it will be to your
interest to store yoar grain with me:
1st. Because the O. P. R. R. Company intend putting a side track to the river, thus
giving lis a chance to deal with San Francisco buyers at higher prices.
2nd. I am in a position to take advantage of competition among the different lines of
transportation on the river, and secure the very lowest freight rates.
3rd. I have had twelve years experience in the wheat business, and can get as much
for your grain as any body else. Sacks always on hand.
Thanking you for liberal support in the past.I respectfully request all myold custom
ers to continue their patronage, and ask all new men to call and see me before engaging
elsewhere. I shall make it my duty, as well as pleasure, to do a straightforward business
J AS. A. CAUTHORN,
Corvallis, Or., July 15, '85.
GREAT NORTHWESTERN REMEDY.
tied. VauderUlt withdraws entirely from
his Peuusylvania enterprise, excepting iu
vestments about Pittsburg aud the coal re
gion, and in stuck of the Reading company.
IT PAYS THEM.
London, July 19. The sales of the Pall
Mall Gazette, since its scandal publications
have beau larger by four times than ever
before, aud its score of fast presses have a!i
they can do to meet the demands of the
GOOD RESULT OF RAINS.
Leavenworth, July 19. The recent
heavy rains throughout the Neosho and
Cottonwood valleys seem to have whipped
out the web worm aud chinch bug. Fields,
of caru which were bei lg devastated when
the rain set in are now, that the floods are
over, found to be free from worms and other
insects, aud a large crop of corn is prom
ENROLLMENT OF INDIANS.
Ft. Reno. July 21. The enrollment ol
Indians began this morning. The Arapa
hoes number 1500, instead of 2500. Th
Cheyennes will not show over 3000 people.
The Indians offered to give up all their arirs
and horses to the commissioner, who refused
because, as they received money, they could
go to Caldwell and buy more. Agent Dy
er has telegraphed his resignation, claiming
be has not propper support from the depart
ment in enforcing law and order among re
fractory Indians. Troops are being grad
ually withdrawn from here to their proper
STEAMER WILDWOOD BURNED AT SEATTLE.
Olympia, July 21. The steamer Wild
wood caught fire between 1 and 2 o'clock
this morning while lying at the wharf.
Before the tire department could get to
work her lines parted aud Bhe drifted to
Penaval's wharf. Fortunately she struck
against some piles, midway between the
wharves, which caused her to drift out into
el- the channel, and prevented her from lodg-
ug against Percival's wharf and warehouse,
and the agent of Percival haviug succeeded
n getting the steamer Zephyr out of the
. j - .KA
way, no aamage was aone eieepnug w.c
Wild wood, which is a complete wreck, ana
now lies on the spit. It is though, the
boiler is all right, but her engiues are
cracked and useless, and the timbers of the
hull are almost burned through.
THE WAR IN RATES.
San Francisco, July 21. No passenger
as nt denies now that business is demoral-
zed. Rates are freely cut all along ine
taeet. Iustead ot quoting iuii rates, reauc-
tions are made as hiuh as $15 and $20.
fhese figures were given as facts by the
izent of one of the principal railroad sys-
f.ma in the Uuited States. It is third class
travel that reaps the benefit of the cut rate.
First-class travel seldom secures any mate
rial advantage from a war among Pacific
urf. nuamirer aerents. Iowa lines blame
che trunk lines and vice versa. To a uon
i-ailrnnd man these passenger associations
jeem to be the veriest child's play.
THE OLD DOMINION MINE.
Spokane Falls, July 21. The original
owners and discoverers of the Old Dominion
mine at Chewalah have regained possession
of the mine from the parties who jumped it
recently, and wiU push the work of devel
oping at once. '
WORK ON THE MOSCOW BRANCH.
Colfax, July 21. The construction train
arrived to-day. Work on the Moscow
branch will begin to-morrow.
Clothing and. Tailor lr g
You can find the latest styles of ready made
clothing, also the finest
Pants Patterns ard Suitings
Ever brought to Corvallis.
READY MADE CLOTHING
PRESSED TO ORDER.
Constantly on hand a full line of
Furnishing Goods, Underwear,
Shirts, Neckties, &c, &c :
CALL AND EXAMINE MY STOCK.
No trouble to show goods.
Two doors South of Will Bro.'s.
COKVALLIS, - . - . OEEGOSi
Real Estate Agency.
A. P. Graines.
Real Estate, Employment and Collection
Business Solicited- References Given-
OFFICE. First door south of
Street. ' '
REECH & MUZZLE LOADING SHOTGUNS
Spy Glauses, I'lslung Tackle,
Work made to order and warranted.
20-33tf C. HODES, Corvallis.
Fisher's Brick, main
0. B. STARR'S
Lra? FEES mi SALE STABLE.
(South end Main Street.)
Charges Reasonable, Satisfact
orvallis, - - Oregon.
C, H. LEE) M. D.
Physician & Surgeon,
Office Jn P"t Office Building,
Office Hours: S to 9 a.m., 1 to 2 and 7 to 8 p.
IS" In office nights. "SI
F. M. JJH I33N,
.Attorney at Law.
"i?e Irs jancea Sec-alt?
Money Loaned on Good Security.
New Jewelry Store.
C. W. Smith,
A oractical Jeweler and Watch-maker has located
n Wagoner & Buford's real estate office, Corvallis
fecial attention given to repairing flue chronometei
.vatcnes. aatisiaciiun - -
-:..o i fine stuck oi watcues, clocks and jewel
,. ,.nu,ont.U- nn hand. 21-olti
KELSAY & HOLGATE
Attornevs - at - Law,
n .....j Bt.tj.nt.inn sriven ,o business intrusted to on.
earein all the Courts of the State. Demands co.lectej
with or without action anywhere in the U. S Wil
co lact claim') against the Government at Washington.
"5? . . n.,trv nuhlic will yive strict attentioi
X!OIU.W, - J ------ -
llvevanciuB, negotiating loans, buying, selling
nd leasing real estate, and a general agency business
Local Meats for the Oregou Fire and Marine Insu
ranee Con-pany of Oregon, a reliable home company
: rrzr.j iC lulit .nitiists nf the State.
0 dice in uurnctf i new brick, first door at bead ot
KELSAY & HOLGATE.
Those who work early and late need a wholesoms
reliable Medicine like Pfunder's Oregon Blood
Purifier. As a remedy and preventative of diseaa
t can not be beat. It checks Rheumatism and Mala
ria, relieves Constipation. Dyspepsia and BiUiousnen
and puts fresh energy into the system by making
NEW, RICH BLOOD. All Druggists and dialers
keep it. J1.00 bottles, 6 for fJS.00. 22H8o
Real Estate Agency!
Eeal Estate Agents, will buy, sell, or
lease farms or farm property on
FOR ANY KIND OF
From a Calling Card to a Full
The Corvallis Gazette Office
HAS NO SUPERIORS
In Quality and Prices.
Having made arrangements for co-opera-tion
with agents in Portland, and being; ffsfc
ly acquainted with real property in Benton
county, we feel assured of giving entire st
isfaction to all who may favor us with theif
patronage. G. A. Wagoonm,
20-(yl T. J. Bctord,
Send for prices and estimates-
A Good Business Location,
With a number one Store Mouse
24x70 ft., with house attached
suitable for a small family.
Situated in the center of the
City of Philomath.
Ana a gooa snipping puiuu
ON THE O. P. B. K.
For farther particulars enquire of N. rV.
ALLEN, Ftaiomatniuregon. -
Obtained, and all Patent Business at bom. or
abroad attended to for Moderat. fees.
Our office is opposite the V. S. Patent Office, an
we can obtain Patents in less time than thoss moots
from Washington. . , .
Send Model or Drawing. We advise as to st
entability freo of cbantc; and We Chajge no f
Un'ess Patent is Allowed.
We refer, here, to the Postmaster, the supt. o
Mn y Order Div., and to offieials of the U. S. Pstenl
OB Ot. For circular, advice, terms, and reference to
actual clitnts in your own State or county, writs
C. A. Snow & o
Opposite Patent Office, Washington, D. C.
for sale at this office