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CORVAlLIS, OREGON, OCTOBER 9, 1885.
Published every Friday Morning
BYSAZcTTE PJ3L!3Hltj H3'J3E.
(Payable in Ad ranee.)
Per Year (when not paid in advonce)
. .3 01
All notices and advertisements intended for pul.
atio.i shjuld be handed in hv noon on Wednesdays
Rates of advertising made known on application.
Of the past week conaensad.
The Episcopal Centennial convention hel l
at Trinity church New York last week was
filled to overflowing, the occasion lieiug the
centennial convention of the New Yor..
diocese. Four hundred clergymen wen
present, including the bishops of all adjacent
dioceses. Commemorative services were helo
in St. Thomas' church in the evening.
Archdeacon Farrarof London met the dele
gation of Episcopal clergy and laymen, and
arranged to deliver three sermons.
Th New York chamber of commerce
adopted resolutions requesting that the pro
visions of the proposed treaty with Spain
and the provisions of other treaties be made
public at the earliest minute, and beior
action is taken by the treaty making pow
ers, that ample time may be had for then
discussion and consideration by the public
in all their various hearings. A copy oi
these resolutions was ordered sent to the
president and secretary of state. Resolu
tions offered deploring the gradual loss 01
ourshippiug interests, and calling up'on the
government for aid by legislation, were re
.f erred to a committee.
A battery of boilers in Clark's & Co.'s
Solar iron works at Pittsburg. Pa., exploded
last Friday, injuring seventeen uersot.8,
three of them fatally. Two of the victims,
'1 hoinas (Jatto and John Murray, died at
the West Pennsylvania hospital this uioru-
ug. Three or four others are not expected
to recover. The explosion was caused by
mud eating through the coating of t!,e mud
drum. Pieces of the drum picked up were
not more ihaii the thn i.v-iecoi.uth part ol
an inch tu thickness.
The great charge of 275,000 pounds ot
dynamite, with which it was proposed t
demol'.s i.i'lood rock, near Hell gate, was t.
be discharge I at 9:.0 A. M., October 7.
Tfctj Lovernmeut cruiser Chicago, the
heaviest vesse. ever built ..t Roauis ; hip
yard, has settled on the ways to such an
exteut that the workmen have had to shove
her up to present accident.
A trial trip was made last Friday on the
Ninth avenue elevated railroad at New
York with the electric motor. Gould, Sage,
Dillou and other capitalists were aboard the
car. The experiment is said to have been
At a meeting of the chtmlier of Commerce
of New York Capt. Ambrose Snow pre
sented a series ol resolutions asking the
.government to come to the aid of the ship
ping interests. He feared that all tne prin
cipal paying routes of our ocean commerce
will soon be occupied by foreigners. Ac
. cording to the computation of the postmas
ter general foreign steamship service by
Americui ships amounts to '2,000,000 miles
ut the matured staple and caused the
splitting of unmatured bolls. In 1 exa-.
however, the weather, has been generally
lavorable an ! picking has progressed satis
factorily. In Mississippi the crop has been
cut down materially -from the causes ment
ioned, but most of the reports indicate
in increased production compared witi.
the last crop. From present appear
ances the crop will be 5 per cent, larger
than that of 1SS4. In Texas, Louisiana and
Mississippi the corn crop will probably hi
the largest ever raise 1. All small grains have
been harvested and the yield is very satis
factory. The Sugar crop of Louisiana will
oe about the same as last year. The rice
crop, though somewh.it damaged uy wei,
will be very large.
Harry Wilkes defeated Phallas in three
straight heats on the Glenville track at
Cleveland last Friday, winning a '200 purse
mil 90 per cent, of the gate receipts. Ti e
result was a genuine surprise to everyone,
and local sporting men dropped a goodly
amount of cash on the resuit.
J..hn Robinson's show left Wahpeton,
Dak., for St. Paul last Sunday in two sec
tions. When within seven miles ol Fergus
Falls, near a small place named French,
ihe head .f baggage section broke in two
while going up a heavy grade, and tell or
twelve cais went flying back at a terrific
rate. On the rear train were three sle ping
cars occupied by workmen over 200 m
.lumber, all of whom Were sound asleep.
Cue cars which had broken hjose increased
their speeil as they approached the second
or cage section, and probably had run a
uile b fore they struck it throwing the
three sleepers from the track anil maahiug
them beyond recognition. The result was
,0011 apparent. More than J00 men were
tallied in the debris, and the scene can
o.ird.y be described. The night was fear
Hilly dark, and the groans of the men were
ippalting. The peop.e in the rear section at
one liegan removing the men, live of whom
were found dead and many others wounded
an I bleeding.
The leading clearing house of the United
States report that total clearance lor tin
week ending October 3 were $831,172,109,
an increase of '2 'J per cent., compared with
the corresponding week last year.
Win. Heath & Co., of Njw York, for
many years stock brokers oil the New York
market, failed and made au assignment.
They were short 100. Uo'O snares of stooa
besides several hundred . thousand dollars
of money which had beeu deposited with
thcin. Henry M. Smith, another stocK
broker of the same place has a.so broke
and assigned. Heath & Co.'s liabilities it
is claimed was 1,8 )0,OOJ, while toe liabili
ties or S.nuh are -si.JJJ, J0J.
arge meeUi g ol rish Nation d League
The report of the special board of naval
liieers created by Secretary Whitney to
sider plans for the construction of the
dditional nnarmored esse!, authorize! by
ict of congress Mar 3, 1883, is made public.
For the two cinisers of not less than 3000
or more than 5000 tons, a displacement,
i osting, exclusive of armasent, not more
han 1,100.000 is recommended. The
board recommends one twin screw protected
steam cruiser, length 300 feet. boaSi.49 feet.
Iraught 19 feet, speed 18 knots -p"ur hour,
with a main battery of two eight inch am1
eight six-inch breech loading, rifled cannon,
mounted on pivotal carriages amidships;
and a secondary battery of eight Hotchkiss
annon, two Catlings, and a complete torpe
do outfit, with space for 830 tons of coal
and provisions for 300 men for ninety days.
The rig is that of a brig without head
booms, to carry 10,500 square feet of can
vas. Its engines are not to exceed 903 tons
in weight and must develop 6500 horsepower
for four hours. The second vessel of this
size will be precisely similar, except that
the main battery will consist of twelve six
inch guns mounted on an open deck on cen
tral pivot carrages, and a bark rig spread
ing ahout 12,000 square feet of plain sail.
For the heavily armed gun boat of about
lo'OO tons displacement, costing, exclusive
of armaneut, not more than $520,000, the
report recommends a steel twin screw ves
sel, length 230 feet, beam 33 feet, draft 14
feet, speeil 16 knots per hour, with a main
attery of six six-iuch breech-loading rilled
guns, and a secondary battery of seven
Hotchkiss cannon, one Catling and a com
plete torpedo outfit, the rig to be that of a
three-masted four-topsail schooner, with
sil area of ('000 square feet, a ram bow and
engines of 3300 horse power to carry 400
tons of coal and provisions for 150 meU for
ninety days. For the light gun boats of
about 100 tons displacement, costing, ex
elusive of aimanent not more than $275,000,
the reports recommends a single screw com
posite ,uti vessel, length 155 feet, beam 31
feet, draught 11 feat 9 inches; speed 12
knots per hour, with a main battery of four
six inch breech loading high power rifled
'rut;s, and secondary battery of Ave Botch
kiss cannon and one Catling; a barketine
rig with 5000 feet of canvas, engines ol 1300
horse tiower and capacity for 100 tons of
coal and provisions for 100 men for ninety
It is said at the White house that the
president and members of the cabinet will
attend the Virginia state tair at Richmond
on the 221 hist, if the pleasure of public
business sloes not prevent.
Cant. Fred. M. Crandall, of the Twenty
fourth inf -.ntry, has been directed by the
war department to carry out the nrstrut-
meu was held in New York and biu..k.yn of ;he eoreta of 'the jMT(,ri()r c
t.us week where they decided to sei ii titty
representative Irishmen of the United
Staies to England to assist Hun. Charles
Famed in the election of candidates favor
able to their views. Alexander Sullivan,
ex pie.-ideut of the Irish National Le.aj.ue of
America, and Kx congressman John F.
F.ii sty upon being asked whether they
would Its aun.ng the party to visit Ireland
i o assist Paruell, both positively declined.
it is cla inied from authentic investigation
thai toe Chinamen at. the llock npriu0s out
rage, put lire to their own houses in order
to prevent white men from getting the
money which was buried there.
Lee Wall, an intelligent Chinaman from
. annu al. This would leave ouly twenty i gan Franeisco, arrived at Pittsburg, Penu.,
cents per mile out of a $400,000 appropria- j this w eek, anil left for the Couuelsvilie coke
tion. But by throwing out the mails from regions to negotiate for the employment of
i C iuese labor m that district.
New York to Cuba, Vera Cruz, Newfound
laud amlQUritisii Oolumbis, the distance
could he reduced to less than 150.000 miles.
This would leave about thirty cents per
jnile for distance and necessary service.
The sustaining of the American marine on
the ocean will be oue of the most impor
tant issues of the coming congress.
Business failures for the last seven days
were 169, as compared with 1S5 1 st week.
The western and Pacific states furnish one
half of the total reported.
The sale of Mrs. M. J. Morgan's $200,000
collection of orchids in New York city
causes quite a camuiotion among rich fan
ciers of these plants. Prices cf siugie pots
of rare varieties range from $100 to $450.
J. W. Mackey, agent for Jerome B. Hag
gin, arrived at Lexington, Ky., with two
Union Pacific stock cars, for shipping that
gentleman's yearlings purchased this spriug
at various sales there, to his ranch in Cali
fornia. There are twenty four purchases,
ranging from $300 to $2,600 each.
At a meeting of the independent commit
tee of 100 at Brooklyn, President Cleve
land's administration was en lorsed, and the
support of Ira Davenport, the republican
canuidaae for governor of New York was
urged. Kev. Henry Ward Beecher said he
was a democrat so far as Orover Cleveland
was concerned, but a r publican iu regard
to the state ticket. How is Beecher so far
as Mrs. Tilton is concerned?
The New Orleans Times Democrat in re
gard to the cotton crop says: During Sept
ember the weather has been unfavorable in
Mississippi, Louisiana, and portions of Ala
bama, Arkansas and Tennessee. Frequent
anil heavy rain3 have prevented picking and
caused the seed to sprout iu the boll beat
Lee Wah is
one of a committee of six appointed at a re
cent meeting in San Francisco to visit the
various industrial centers throughout the
country, to establish diinese colonics. The
movement grow oat of the late Wyoming
massacre. He reoorts having met with tair
success at Cincinnati and other localities
Seats at the stock exchange New York
sold this week at $26,000, an advance of
$2500 on the last sale two months ago.
The transaction is regarded as a fair illus
tration of the appreciation iu stock values
The New York Tribune says: "When
the Pacific Mail carried letters to Australia
they reached there twenty-four days from
Sau Francisco. They are now sent b Lon
don and Brindisi, and under the best of cii
cumstances fifty-three days are occupied in
transit. So much for a democratic adminis
"Private advices from London indicate
that the Australian steamship service will
be kept up monthly until congress or the
postoffice department have had an oppor
(unity to decide whether they will devote
money already appropriated for extra com
pensation for mdis carried in ships bearing
the American flag. Unless Vilas recedes
from his present position the service to the
Sandwich islands and Australia will be con
ducted entirely in British ships. It is we.;
known here that Canadians are figuring ti
et ships to run to British Columbia. Tin
Canadian government is so heavily em
barrassed in their Pacific railway that the;,
stand ready to give a subsidy of $200,00o
per annum for the privilege of this steamer
connection, at both ends of their Hue.
ing the removal of unauthorized persons
Cherokee lands in Indian Territory west of
Arkansas river. The order refers particu
'nrlv to the removal of "Boomers" and
The president has issued an executive or
der directing Dr. K. 0. Shakespeare, of
Pennsylvania, to nripel un It the direc
tion of the secretary .of state as representa
tive of Oie United States to Soain and other
eonntri'-s in Europe where Cholera exists.
and make an invesi-raM"n of the causes,
orooress and pror-pr prevention and cure of
the disease, in order that a f ill reoort may
be made to congress riming its next session.
There was a special examination at the
civil service commissioners' rooms on Thurs
day. f r the agricultural department, of
persons acquainted with silk culture. This
is the first examination of this kind ever
The New York Tribune says the nigeard
ly policy of Postmaster General Vilas,
veiled under the nme of economy, has quite
demoralized the mail service, The working
ot commercial injuries to American mer
chants that lirst excited their surprise, i?
now bringing down upon his head their
hearty condemnation. Shipping men will
show that he risks the Cuban mail in fis'i
ing smacks and broken-down canal tugboats
that com ? to port at the gooil nature of the
wind and tide.
It has been ascertained that the engrossed
bill authorizing the attorney general to
begin proceedings looking to the annullmeiit
of patents obtained by fraud, together with
ail the papers relating tr the measures has
dis ppeared from the files of the senate.
The treasury department is receiving an
incraased demand for small currency, which
is regarded by officials of that department
as a sign of revival in the business of the
Commissioner Atkins, of the Indian
bureau, left Washington, D. C. this week
on a tour oi inspection tnrough the various
A meeting of president Cievelauds cabinet
.vas held this week, at which all the mem
bers were present except Secretary Whitney.
Vmong the questions considered was the
Spanish commercial treaty, and several ap
pointments under the treasury, interior ami
The Uiali commission will meet in Wash
ington D C. the 20th iust., to prepare and
-nbniit to the secretary of the inteiior a re
port upon the operations of the Edmonds
act in Utah during the last year.
A dispatch to the London News from
Sophia says Bulgaria is one military camp.
All the male population between the ages of
15 and 45 are under arms, and thousands ot
volunteers are being enrolled daily.
The czar of Russia, in replying to the Bul
garian deputation, said he would endeavor to
secure accord among the powers to effect a
picitic solution ot the Boumelian difficulty.
Throughout Spain last Sunday 2o cases
of cholera and 112 deaths have been re
ported. Important documents rel itjng to the Car
oline islands have been discovered among
the archives of the Vatican. They will facili-...t-;
a settlement of difficulty between Ger
many and Spain.
Panic!!, sneaking at an open air meeting
after the'eonvention at Dublin this week,
said home rule would stop all disloyal pro
ceedings and outrages and the thirst for dis
union. The Irish, he claimed, would then
become like their countrymen in the British
colonies, loyal citizens and props to the con
stitution. Notice was posted last Sunday at tl e
gates of Mrs. Morgan O'Conuell's homestead
at Kiidisart, Ireland, ordering members of
4ie league to shun her at mass and not sit
iii the same gallery with her. Mrs. 0"C'on
uell attended mass and was the sole occu
pant of the gallery-
At Montreal, Canada, there has been dy
ing from small pox from thirty-seven to
tifty-uiue persons per day.
The liberals in Eutfland have laid a mine
to be exploded under the tori- s, in pursu
ance ol agi'ati.in on behalf of over
worked railway servants.
A note will lie dispatched from Constan
tinople to Greece and Servia, advising them
One hundred and seventy-two new cases
of cholera and lift -six deaths from the dis
ease were reported in Palermo near Koine
The total number of eases of yellow fever
in Guy mis, Mexico, is estimated for Sep
tember at 200, and deaths at forty-seven.
French elections are very much mixed.
Some of the political parties are disposed to
disrupt the government. The conservatives
who have male extensive gains, are mon
archists of one faction or another. They
would like to see a monarchical government
restored in France.
The London Times' "Paris correspondent
says, owing to the number of cabinet minis
ters defeated at the election Sunday last for
seats iu the chamber of deputies, it will be
necessary for the cabinet to be remodeled or
resign from office before the chamber meets.
If radicals ally themselves with members of
th right, they can overthrow the ministry,
leaving France in a permanent crisis which
will seriously jeopardize the existence of
Tharles L. White and John Connelly
I pleaded guilty to unlawful cohabitation at
Utah Tuesday, but refusing to pledge obedi
ence to the law were sentenced to six
months in the penitentiary and $300 fine.
The citizens of Tombstone, Arizona,
have created a fund, and offer $250 each
for Apache scalps,
The board of supervisors of Cochise
county, Arizona, met here this week and
adopted a resolution which oileted a "reward
of $500 for the apprehension of Chief Geron
uno dead or alive, an ' $250 for the appre
hension of anyone of Gerouimo'a baud, dead
NC.IiiE Ft-n PsT.LI&ATI.
Fine Dress Goods and Silks.
Fine Plushes, Velvets, and Brocades.
Full Line Flannels and Domestics, Table Linens, Towels, Napkins.
Elegant Cloaks, Wraps and Shawls.
Corsets, Hosiery and Gloves.
Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes.
Ladies' Fine Furnishing Goods.
Full line Clothing all grades
For Men, Boys, Youths and Children.
Complete Line Men's Furnishing Goods.
Overcoats for Men, Boys, Youths and Children.
Full Line A 1 Boots and Shoes, A splendid Line of
Hats and Caps, Rubber and Oil Clothing,
Duck Clothing and Blankets.
gUtF All at Portland prices for CASH only.
Remember this is a well bought stock.
Bought by a careful painstaking buyer.
Bought by an experienced judge of values.
Bought on its merits as to beauty, style and
Quality, and above all Bought Low.
BOUGHT EXTREMELY LOW.
Therefore come right in ! Close up the sales!
Get the Bargains!
Every .A rticle Marked in i'lain Figures.
SKTAT A .WHS
Court of the state of Oregon for
Land OKice at Oregon City. Oregon,
Notice is hereby .eiven that the following named
settler has filed notice of his intention to make final
proof in support of his claim, and that said proof
will be made before the County Judge or County
Clerk of Benton county, at Corvaffia, Oregon, on
oaturJay, Oct. 31, lba5, viz: Charles M. Khtoess,
Homestead Entry No. 4218 for the S. W. one fourt..
oi ti. W. one-fourth of Sec. 6, T. 11, S. K. 6, W.
He names the following w itnesses to prove hi -continuous
residence upon, and cultivation of, sah'.
and, viz: T. F. Alexander, James M. Watson, M.
P. Watson and Oeoige V. Owen, all oi Kings Valley,
jlertoii County, Oregon.
Also, Charles M. Kirkness, heir of L. F.H. Kirkness,
deceased, Homestead Lutry No: 4:U0for the Lot No.
4 0; Sec. li, T. 11, S. R 6, H .
He names the following witnesses to prove the
cntryman's continuous residence upon, and cultiva
tion of, said land, viz: T. V. Alexander, James M
Vut-.on, M. F. Watson and George W. Owen, all oi
Kings .alley, Kentou County, Oregon.
ti'-ii. w 5. L. T. BAiUN. Register.
23. 33. CAS3E3, 2VE. IO.
(Oiiice over Carlile's Store.)
Where h cay be found day or 0 g it. Dr. Case is
a graduate of .,ew ifuric c.ty, aul eo..i-:s to this coast
from titv. east wiir oe oas iu i se. eral ye"rs expert
once among ..lie sie.i. His manlier oi treatment, is Ui
ou to. moat modern and se.j.'ti.ie prm.:i,iies oi m.ui-
eine. i'uol.e jia.ronaj r-apeet.,uii ooueiieu,
In the Coun
In the matter of the estate
John D. Moikey, deceased. )
To James L. llulkey, D. B. Mulkey, Mary F.. Lig
gett, Charles J. Mulkey, Margaret J. Sears, Malinda
P. Mulkey, and Alhert G. Mulkey, heirs at law of said
deceased and to all other unknown -heirs of said de
ceased if any there be.
You and each of vou are hareby cited and required
to be and appear before the county court of the state
of Oregon for the county of Benton at the county
court room tiiereat in the court house in thy town of
Corvallis in Benton county, state of Oregon on
Saturday, October lOJli. 1S35,
It bei ig a day of the regular October term 1S85 of
said court, at the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon
of said day to show cause it any txist why an order
of sale of the ioHowingde.-cribfeo real property to-wit:
Donation land claim So. fifty four (54) being parts
of sections twenU -one (21). Uvcuty-two (22), twenty
. evon (27), and twenty-eight (2S), in township eleven
(11) south of range five (f) west iu Benton county,
s ate oi Oregon, a.ij oo.mjj 1 and described as fol
lows: lie-.;;iining at a point five ch-.ins and forty links
nh of the quarter post on lme between saiu sec-
tions twenty-one and twenty -eight and running thence
south c'ght en chains and fifty-four links, thence east
seventeen chains and ninety-six links, thence south
forty-tw o chains and eighty-three links, thence north
eighty -eight degrees and fifteen minutes, east forty
riv3 ;hains and eighty-six links, thence north twenty
four minutes, east fifty-nine chains and ninety-six
links and thence west sixty -three clains and twenty
seven Pnks to the place of beginning, containing two
hundred aud ninety-seven acres and seventy-two
hundredths of an acre, bjlon.ging to said estate,
should not. be made to pay funeral charges, expenses
of administration and claims against said estate as
prayed for in the petition of A. G. Mulkey. adminis
trator of said estate, and now on file in said court.
Bj order oi Hon. J. li. Bryson, Judge of said court
madeoa the 7th day of Septemiier 1865.
SBJU, B. W. WILSON,
- NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Oregon City, Ogn., Sept. 10, 1885.
Notice is hereby given that the following named
settler has filed not ce of his intention to make final
proof in support of his claim, ani that said proof will
be made before the County Judge or County Clerk of
Benton county at Corvallis, Oregon, ou Wednesday,
Nov. 4, 1885, viz: James Ilerren, boniest jad entry No
P100 for the S 1-2 of S E 1-4, N K 1-4 of S E 1-4 and
S 12 1-4 of N E 1-4 of Sec. 12, T. 10, S.R. 7 W.
He names the follt wing witnesses to prove his con
tinuous re-idence upon and cultivation of said land
viz: James M. Townsend, Kmil Scifert, WnL Herron
and Richard Seifert, all of Kings Valley, Benton
L. T. BARIN,
M. S. WMBC0C&
A-ttornev " at - Law,
J R BALDWIN,
-A.ttorn.ey at .Tiaw.
Will practice in all the Courts in the state.
Collections promptly attended to
(Office in l'uitoff cj Building, s
Corvallis - - Oregon,
THIS OUT, d return to
The Gazette Publishing House with an order for
any amount of Joli Vrlntlliff, such as Bill or
l etter Heads, invitations, calling and Business
Curds, Programmes, Ball Tickets, Note, Order,
and Receipt Books, Circulars, Label, Shipping
I Tags, Posters, or sii; class of Job PriaSiay.
Prices as low as Good w ork can s eoue I or.
ileal Estate Agency.
A. P. Grain.es.
Rcul Estate, Eiupioj nieut aud Collection
StLsiaess ja!ici4- References Giver-
uKFlCi-. Firt door sauth of Fibber's Brick, main
KQTICE FOR PU3UCATICN.
Land Ollicc at Oregon City, Oregon
Sept. I. 18S5.
Notice is hereby given that the following-named
settler has filed notice of his intention to make final
, n-oof in support of his ciaim. and that said proof
,vill be made bjfore the County Clerk, of Benton
county, at Corvallis, Oregon, on Saturday, Oct. 31st,
1SS5, viz: Henry Grber, Homestead Entry No.
5112 for t.,o S. 1-2 of N. E. 1-4 and S. 1-2 of X. VV. 1-4
of Sec. 24, T. 11, S ' R., 6 W.
He names the following witnesses to prove his con-
tinuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land,
viz: Oliver Witham, Cnarles VVitham, F. M. Johnson
and ffm. Morgan, all of Corvallis, Benton County
22-38 5w L.T. RARIN, Register.
y INCENT HOUSE.
S3. 5. CURTIS, Proprietor
The best dollar a -day House in the
CORVALLIS, - OR ECO N
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J. W. HANSON'S.
Clothing and. Tailoring
Yon can find the latest styles of ready :
clothing, alsd the finest
Pants Patterns and Suitings
Ever brought to Corvallis.
READY MADE CLOTHIN
PRESSED TO ORDER.
Constantly on hand a fall Una at
Furnishing Goods, Underwear,
Shirts, Neckties &cl&C'
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