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CORVALMS, OREGON, SEPTEMBER 11. 1885.
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CLEARING HOUSE RETUR5f3.
BOSTON, Seps. 6. Leulin0' clearing houses
of tue (Juiced States report that total clear
ance for the week euding September 5 were
3709.146,745, au increase of .05 per cent.,
compared with the corresponding week last
Kansas City, Sept. 8. -'-The Times' Little
Rock special says: Reports from the Indian
territory say trouble is likely to arise over
the distribution of $300,000 recently paid
the Cherokee nation by the government for
ceded im ls. Free l.nen in the nation claim
equal rights with native born Cherokee?.
It stated Senator Daws, of the senatorial
committee, favo the negro claim. The
matter will coine up at the Xoveiulxr ses
sion of the Chei- kee legislature.
C'HICAUO ANARCHIST PICNIC.
Chicago, Sept. 6'. Anarchists to the
number of 3000 to 4000 men, women and
chiidern assembled iu the market square to
day. in opposition to a trades assembly de
moustratiuu to-morrow, because the latter
organization voted to "taboo" the red da".
1'revious advertisements of the affair bad
estimated that 10,000 would be the number.
Speeches to the assembling crowd were
made by Messrs, Fieldeu, Parsons, and
Spies. Though chilled by a raw wind from
off the lake, and though the sky threat
ened ram, the Above-mentioned number ui
anarchists formed iu line and set out to
walk to Ogden.s Krov, tive miles away.
Atoug the line of march but little excite
ment or curiosity was manifested, iu au
dition to the usual socialistic Mottoes there
were banners, bearing denunciatory legends
against Mayor Harrison and Governor
lesby, for their respective parts iu the Chi
cago street car strike and the Lemons quarry
troubles, Iu the neighborhood of iivisou
and Halatead streets, whore two-miraa u.
the route had been covered, occurred the
first expression of public eutunSiasin. Deaf
eniug cheers greeted the cut against Mayo.
Hamsun. No disorderly act was commu
ted by those composing the procession an a
at the grounds dancing and beer drinking
were continued until a late hour.
CHINESE KILLED IN WXOMINQ.
Washington, Sept. 5. No otriei.il infor
mation had beeu receive! h re up to last
night as to the facts in the case of the re
ported killing of Chinese in ,t joining. It
is not likely that they will do aiiythiug
about it until the arrival of the new Chinese
minister. A serious international question
will probably arise out of it. (Tuder artiote
111 of the Angell, Swift and YVeacott treaty
the United States guarantees to Chiueeae iu
the various territories the same protection
and rights that citizens of the most favored
nations have. It is held by legal attaches
of the Chinese legation that even if the lead
ers of the mob iu Wyoming are arrested aud
punished the Chinese government will put
in a claim fur indemnification, aud that the
break is liable to cost the United States
many thousands of dollars. It is hardly
probable that the general government can
make the tcrrirory of W yomiug pay damages.
Omaha, Sept. 6, General Manager Cal
laway of the Union Pacific railway com
pany was asbed this afternoon to make
statement of the situation at R.uk Spring?,
Evanstou aud other mining camps on toe
line of that road. Who said that notice
had been served on Beck with 4 Q una, coal
mine contractors at Rock Spripgeaud Evau-
stou, to remove all Chinameu from Evan-
ton uy tu-lty, jouarwiie sja i is trojble
Would ensue, a contract was made some teu
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years ago, unuer wuicu a certain propor
tion of Cluuamen aere engaged." Botl
classes, he asserted, are uow paid fully 30
per cent higher wag s than are paid ii
Eastern mines. Both elates are paid at
the same rate, and have been avcragiu
about $3 per day to a man for eight hour.-
work. Ihe Americans oeiug more iuduo
trious anil akiiitul, et out a larger number
of tons than the Chinese, aud many of
mem earn over uiuj per month, this
scale has beeu iu force many years and
was supposed to be satisfactory totheme
The only advantage claimed by the coal
company in the employment at Chinese was
that it enabled them to get a sufficient quau
tity of coal to keep the trains moving when
the other miners were off on strikes. Last
winter all the men at Carbon went out, ba
order of the southern Colorado miners' un
ion, while they admitted having no griev
ances of their own. Mormons and Chinese
will not join these unions, aud therefore
come under their bin. Mormon miners
are now moving their families away, fearing
a repetition of last week's trouble.
MORMON CONFERENCE AT MINNEAPOLIS.
New York, Sept. 7. A St. Paul special
says: No cities in the couutry have spoken
more emphatically against Mormoiiism than
St. Paul aud Minneapolis, aud now the lat
ter city is to lie the scene this week of a con
ference of mormons. A dispatch from Oma
ha states that nine Mormon elders and mis
sionaries have passed through that city on
their way to Minneapolis. They are in
charge o Elder Palmer, who presides oer
the northwest musi.ni, embracing nine states
including Minnesota. The conference in
Minneapolis is to be followed by one in In
liana. Moral m assert that the persecution
of polygunists is mikiug converts to Mor
monisin. OUTRAOES IN WYOMING
Cheyenne, Wy., Sept. 7- The sheriff of
Sweet water county has arrested twenty
two supposed leaders of the Rock Springs
rioters, including Isiah Whitehouse, mem
ber elect of the legislature. They we:e
taken to Greeu river, the county seat jail,
and will have a preliminaty hearing to-morrow.
More arrests will follow. The charges
against the prisoners are murder, arson,
riotii.g ami robbery.
PRESERVING A RECORD.
New Rork, Sept. 7. A Washington
special says: A .'en 'e nan familiar with ti e
affairs of the Chinese legation, says that ever
since the i st ti e it. v with China was pro
olaimei, oiii.i .is of that government in the
LTuiteil Scat 8 have carefully preserve I
record of all outra 'e5 committed on Chinese
in tiiis country, together with affidavit
ami evidence such as diplomatic agents an
expected to -ret when required to do so, to
furnish their government with positive proof
of wrongs alleged. Tile Wyoming massacre
he says will culminate in a massing evi
dence for a first class demand for reparation
ami satisfaction. Not that China has par
ticular ueed of any indemnity for the des
truoiion of property, injury to laborers and
the murdering of iu iffu isive people, but the
United States being at the head of enlight
ened nations, these accumulated evidences
if our superior civiiiz itinn may some day be
orfered lu extenuation of similar acts by cit
ixaas of China, alleged to be ouly partially ,
CIV 1.1 I.
Chicago, Sept. 7. The labor demnnstra
,ioii here to-day was an affair of considerable
auguitade. Tue day was a perfect oue for
the parade, and fully 8,000 marchers were
a line, representing v .rious trade assemblies
and unions of the city. The parade ts the
utgrowth of an effort to have an annual
u.ili lay for the working classes of the coun
try, au l was conduced here uuder the aus
pices of the trade and labor assembly. In
arraugiug for the demonstration, it was de
cide 1 to not allow the red flag of the social
ists to be carried, and this provoked a coun
ter movement on the part of the anarchists.
who para lo I yesterday. In the column to
lay the Amjricau Color only were display
ed, together with banners of various socie
ties, and a few improvised banne-s, embla-
z mod with mottoes demanding that eight
hours should constitute a day, and denounc
ing convict lab , In the columu were a
number of decorated wagons, iu which the
processes of pri itinj' a newspaper, making
horse shoes and cutting scone was illustra
ted. The column proceeded to a glove near
the city, where the day will be devoted to
hearing speeches aud other forms of diver
sion. AT NEW YORK.
New York, Sept. 7. The annual parade
.f labor org mizations of this vicinity took
llace to-1 iy. It is estimated that fully
15.00J men were in the ranks. The sceuc
presented every trade that could be named.
In ranks were brass bauds and drum corps,
oi l men bearing flags, banners and trans
uireucies with mottoes of different kinds,
There were also wagons, coaches and stages,
followed with girls from silk factories. The
procession attracted a great deal of attention.
The liest appearing body of men were the
bankers, but the typographical union turned
out the largest number of men. The pro
cession marched down Broadway to Battery,
and was reviewed at Uniou square by the
president of the labor reformers. After dis
h Hiding the paraders went to the park,
where the day was spent in games aud fes
ANTI-M'iRMON AGITATION IN MEXICO.
El Paso, Sept. 7. Britrham Young the
Second, and his associate Mormon leaders,
who are enthusiastic concerning the estab
lishment of colonies of Latter Day Siints iu
Mexico, which will be allowed greater license
than iu the United States, are probably
doomed to disappointment. The success and
influence of the saints i lready planted in the
republic are causing wi le spread alarm, au i
the provincial papers an I the Financier, sad
other leading journals in the City of Mexico
are violently dem m ling their expulsion, and
; he prohibition of others fiom entrance to
h? country. The papers represent th it i'
rn Mormons are too filthy in their practices
or the United States, that Mexico will no;
bj able to e'idure then. The priests of the
Catholic cliurch are also opposing the movement.
cyclone in ohio rVSTRCM a whole TOWN.
Cleveland. Sent. A leader Special
from SnrinirHeld savs- A terrible cyclone
struck Washington Court HoVe, a ,,f
i... acuv ;..i,.,i.;t..to utmen. ive miles
west of here, at 8 o'clock this eivenin,
almost literally swept it from the earth.
came from the northwest and broke up.n
the town, suddenly, carrying everything be
fore it. The tornado whirled up Court
street, the main business thoroughfare, and
ruined almost every business block on it
at least forty or fifty in all. H ir Uy a pri
vate residence in town escaped, fullv, 4W
buildings going down. The Biptist. Pn- -byterian
and Catholic churches all saTerod
the common fate. The Ohio Sou hero, the
Panhandle, the Narrow Guage an I the Mi i
land depots were blown t s ni her,, an I
every building in the vicii.i ,y was carried
away, making ingress or egress iilnms, im
possible. A mad frenzy seemed to seize
the panic stricken people, an 1 hey hurriel
hither and thither in their wild distraction
little knowing whither they were fleeing.
So far fifteen b xlies have been recovered
from the debris of various ruined bull lings.
and the dreary w uk is just beginning to
get under way. It is probable that as many
more will be found before mo. niug.
IN THE WORLD.
NEW FALL STOCK
THE SILVER QUESTION.
Washington, Sept. 5. It is said that
repr -entar -es of the a4 ministration re en
gaged in coasu Station w ith leading silver ad
vo.-aie ia congre s with a hone of coming
to some asi- of compromise by which the
c dnage of silver may be restricted but not
altogether suspended. Mr. Warner, of Ohio
has a hill already prepared which he thinks
will solve the silver question, and has sent
o mri leutial circu ars Co bis associates iu tue
house of representatives, setting forth its
irovisio is au l inviting their views an 1 sug
gestions. He has been iu correspondence
with Treasurer Jordan also for the purpose
of securing his opinion, but that gentleman
considers the communication confidential,
ind will not disclose their contents, lie is
of the opinion, however, that his efforts to
force silver into circulation will convince
congressmen that the present amount of sil
ver coinage is as great as the couiitiy will
carry, and will induce them to reduce if uot
entirely suspend silver work at the mints.
It is not believed the admiuistr ition will
make a vigorous (light for the repeal of silver
coin ice, but will content them elves with
an expression of opinion iu reports to con
gress. Ohio democrats report that the at
titude of the administration on the silver
question is embarrassing them in their cam
paign. Sffetnodlst Church Appointments.
The thirty-ti.ird session of the Oregon M,
E. conference convened at Roseburg on Aug.
20 h and adjourued Aug. 30th. Just before
the conference adj urned the following ap
pointments for the ensuing year were read:
Portland Dis't W S Harrington, P E
Amity James Matthews
Astoria A J Josh n
" Scandinavian mission,
to be supplied
Cornelius '. HB Fhvortby
Dayton and Lafayette F L Post
East Portland S P Wilson
Forest Grove to be supplied
Hillsboro J Mclutire
Hubbard W T Chapman
Jefferson and Scio. C Alderson
McMiunville to be suppli. d
Mt Tabor J Parsons
Oregon City W. D Nichols
Oswego K S Craven
Portland city mission .J F Naugle
Portland Grace church E W Caswell
Portland Hall street. GM Pierce
Portland Taylor street O W Chandler
Portland Scandinavian mission. ,C N Hauge
Powell's valley B L Sharp
St Heleus S L Lee
Salem M C Wire
Salem circuit N Doane
Selwood To be supplied
Sheridan.. .. EA Saorelaud
Tillain ok To be supplied
T imer. .. . W T VaiiSc y
V.ola J H Wood
I'ho's Van Scoy Pres. Will. Uoiversity
S. A. Starr Prof, in Will. University
F P. Tower Eudw't Ag't Will. Uuiv'ty
Eugene Jity Uis't I D Driver. P E
Albany H. P. Webi,
Ashland W G Sintpeoi
Brownsville J M Swe n
Canyouville To 1 soppiie
Corvaliis J l nht
Dallas w Hurilmrt
Drain and Wilbur Jf
I L Jones
Empire Ci:y I Richardson
cu-eue City A C Kairchild
J icksouville WP Williams
Kerbyviile p L Silas
Klamath mission N M Skipworth
Lell M RHackmaii
i aroe T F Roya
Newport mission to be supplied
Pwi P M Stan
Roseburg J N Miller
Shed I and H ilsey JJ, Judy
Silets Indian mission to be supplied
Springfield W Skipw rth
M (i Royal Pres. Ashland College
German .nissi ni work in Portland. . F Bonne
.vIcCORMICK. TWINE BINDERS,
CHAMPION TWINE BINDERS,
K HAMPI0N MOWERS and REAPER:
inUFFAL0 PITT'S THRESHERS,
JrB yCTION STBAM ENGINES,
fi IAY RAKES and FuRKS,
A Nice Line of
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
dd stand, aud call your attention to the following reasons why I think it will be to your
interest to store your grain with me:
1st. Because the 0. P. R. R. Company intend putting a side track to the river, thus
giving us a chance to deal with Sun 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, aud secuie 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. hacks always on hand.
Thanking vou for liberal support in the past, I respectfully request all mvold oostom-
fr to continue their patronage, and ask all new men to call and see me before engaging
leleewbwe. 1 shad make tt my duty, as-well as pleasure, to do a straightforward business
JAS. A. CAUTHORN,
Corvaliis. Or., July 15, '85.
gUG31S AND fijjjjjjlS;
Rubber and Leather
C.italou- Fur ! slaodoi
Woodcock & gaLDWi
C r-rallis, Or.
All Remnants and
odd lots will be sotdt
regardless of eost un
til Sept. 15th; after
which time whatever
is left will go back in
J to our regular stock
an4 will be sold at
M. S. WOODCOCK,
A.ttornev " t - Law,
J R- BALDWIN,
Attorney at 1-s.nw.
A'ill practice in all the Courts in the state.
Collections promptly attended U
(,13j. caA siia Main street.)
Corvaliis, - Oregon.
. "VT0TICE Is hereby given that the Board ei Bqoall
i. tuian 1q and foi Beutou OMiary Oiefron,
i attend at the office of th County Chirk at mid ooun
ty sod continue In sessioo ban 9 o'clock 1 DL M
SeDtemheriiSth. 18BS, to and tnolusive of Oetobv ,
1885, aud Miou ud there publicly examino thess s
meot rolls uf said cuunty tor tn year 4 ssi, snd nor-ri-a
all error In valuation, ceearipUoo Or quaUUjss
of lands lots or other pro)iertjr.
AU ptrsons inKTcsted mi bercbt ootuVnJ to mpfmt
ftfcsaui Csnw &iut place a.duUd.
J. P. AlFOBP, AsseMue.
T'ats'd fmg. VI, 1SK6.
J H. Lewis,
E. E. Raber.
tevH X Saei, Proprietors.
tST Do a general Drayin Business.
, ?UL"t THIS OUT, and return to
j l liu cizeue . u , lulling House with au order for
i any amount of Joo l'r.nti o,-, such So ulll or
,.e ter Heads, invitations, calling aud ousiuess
I Carda, f rora ainej, liall Tickets, .ote, Oraer,
, and ttoccipt ooka, Circularo, Labels, bhippiug
i lags, lusters, or a ly eia,a oi Joo rTUWug
t ries &s low ao Uuo-i i ora can be done for.
y INCiiNT HOUSE.
O. 3. CURTJS, Proprietor.
fhe best dollar a day House ia tin
wORVALLIS, - ORECCI
Ja ne.-5 L. i-evis.
J i3ep, Cattlo, Eorse3 and Hos biusat sr.'"
3old and 35atra:t3 max; to famish saire
AT A 1,1. TIMES.
Mutton, Beef and fat Hogs
J. B. Lee, M. D. 0. II. Faera, il. L
LrEE & FA.URA,
CJVAL'ls, - - Orego:
Keal Ls;ale aAgency.
A. F. Gumeij.
Real Estate, Emnlovnteut aud Collecti
Business Solicited. Sejeroaces Give:
OFr'.Cli. First door sjutta of FiabsrTs Brick, mai.
F'r tbe Cur n
Over 3C,ooo cures Recorded In 6 verc.
file. Rectal Ulcr, Fisaures, Pmritos-aui,
Ki.stulan in &iu, Vulvpua-Hecti, Etc.
Curtxi vrltbovt cutting: upemtions. Dr. Pilkinfrtoife
nwiCa, oca istanU urSHttanl proprietor of tM
suniturium for the eye, r aud nervous rlis
as'" , Pcrtlaud, Oregon, has beii appointed afreot
in j pbyfit:iau, for Uii aystem for Oregon, and baa in
two noutb6 uifido a r umber of cures M caae, in tome
of iiicti, severe oteration witb the knife have only
Refer b periuiegion to Jaa. W. We&tberford, drug
zixt, well fenowD iu Salaui; Frank Gardner, inachinittt
aicarsuoo; K. A. itampy, drutftfit at Uarrlaburar.
ieKon, and ot.itr.v
Will meet parties at Mrs. Herapbiirs
ntel iu Uurvaliu from arrival of stage from
iliany, Saturday, Spt litb tUl Moody,
i. iu., Sept. 14th 1886.
Addrofta for rfaniptilet. otc. ,
Ij . J. JH. j PI I K INGTON,
V jrtiaud, Or.
Wm. Hartless has ten extra fine Oxford
bucks for sale at reasonable prices.
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