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CORVALLIS, OREGON, OCTOBER 16, 1885.
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Hates of advertising made known on application.
Of the past week ccnaensed.
Senator Jones and Representative Breck
enridge of Arkansas are trying to pave the
way for a river appropriation. They had an
interview with the president and urged him
to incorporate in his annual message to Con
gress a recommendation to improve the nav
igation of the Mississippi river and its trib
utaries. Tiiey Wport that the President
showed marked interest iu the subject, and
they consider the interview very satisfac
tory. The cattle men interested iu land in
Western Kansas, Colorado, the Indian Ter
ritory and Northwestern Texas, are iu con
ference at Kansas Sty. They claim that
they have been damaged in the sum of $100,
000 by parties who have operated along the
so-called Texas drive, and will briug suit
against a number of these parties for reim
bursement. Several indicinents have al
ready been found iu the Kansas District
Court aud many more are expected to fol
low. Exhaustive reports to the New Eu land
Homestead from seventy correspondents,
indicate that the potato crop of New Eng
land and New York is ally one-third beiow
the average and a trifle smaller than last
H. M. Vanarman, Secretary of Arizonr,
has sent i his resiguitiou to the President.
The Grand Jury has bought iu .-mother true
bill against Royal Johnson, Surveyor-General.
Tin; charge is very serious.
It is rv i irte 1 th it a hitch his occurred
iu the U-imu Pacific railroad negotiations,
wherein- TJ JO.OiW was to be borrowed from
a trust c i npaiiy iu New York, which had
9300,000 i.i laud grant trust funds on de
posit. (J.nou Pact tic officials however,
deny all k.iowle Igi of any hitch, an I say in
f ct thit 'hey had no negotiations with any
trust company in New York, exc -pting to
endeavor to induce one company to allow of
the advance payment of certain claims com
prised iu the floating debt. It is officially
Asserted that the Union Pacific company
a w has iu bulk fully Sl.5o0.000, which it
will use with other funds whenever it can
do so to advantage iu making an advanco
piyineut of outstanding claims.
. The formal notice of withdrawal of the
Burlington & Quiucy from the transconti
nental pool was received by President
(Jakes, of the transcontinental pool, ou the
Horse breeders in the viciuity of Bush
well, Illinois, are considerably alarmed over
the discovery that glauders exist iu J. H.
Truman's herd uf range horses.
Leading clearance house of the United
States report total clearances for the week
ending October 10, were $920,230,653. An
increase oi 2 46 per cent., compared witii
the corresponding week last year.
A sensational story is published in New
York of the matrimonial experience of Mrs.
Sauiautua Goodie, who recently married ''el
son without knowing it. Upon di.scovin
their mistake they tied iu opposite dircc
tions. the bridegroom is Harrison Turner,
who amassed a fortuue iu Calif ruia.
The naval board of appraisers, consisting
of (.'apt. Hewisoii, ('apt. Mathews, Naval
Constructors Webb and Murchaud, and
Chief Engineer Baker, has completed
appraisement of the material ou hand ami
work done at Roach's ship-yard for the
government, ami will present the result of
their labor, which is said to be very satis
factory U the assignees, to secretary Whit
ney. Massachusetts democrats have nominated
t le following ticket: The first ballot for
governor resulted: Whole number of votes,
1129; necessary to a choice, 56a; Avery 121,
Griunell 493. Prince 513, scattering 2 On
the second ballot Prince was nominated,
amid much enthusiam. The remainder of
the ticket is aa follows: H. H. Gilmore, of
Cambridge, lieutenant governor; Jeremiah
Crowley, of Lowell, secretary of state;
Henry U. Braley, of Fall River, attorney
general; Henry M. Cross, of Newbnryport,
treasurer and reciver; Gen. James E. Del
auey, of Hulyoke, auditor.
The board of trade official statement of
the amount of grain iu sight iu the United
States and Canada on Saturday, October 10,
and the anion u t of increase or decrease over
the proceeding week, shows: Wheat, 46,
717,001, an iucrease of 1,576,100; corn, 4,-
291,718, a decrease of 167,398; rye, 437,
4."8 an increase of 18,139; barley, 704,253,
an increase of 297,902.
THE OHIO ELECTION.
The election in Ohio last Tuesday was for
state aud county officers, for thirty seven
senators and 110 representatives of the gen
eral assembly, and upon four amendments
to the constitution, changing state elections
from October to November, and one chang
ing the term of office for township trustees.
Gov. Hoadiy is the democratic candidate for
re-election, J. B. Foraker the republican
candidate, and Rev. A. B. Leonard the
prohibition candidate for governor. There
are 2017 voting precincts in tbe state.
Comparison will be u a le with the vote for
governor in 1883, wheu Gov. Hoadiy was
elected by a plurality of 1 -2.5-29 over Foraker.
At the ciose of tins report returns had been
received from 776 of the 2017 voting pre
cincts in the state, which gave F Taker,
republican, a total vite of 143,972, Hoadiy,
democrat, 132,197, Laniard, prohibitionist,
9913: net republican gain, 12,924. The re
maiuiug precincts iu 1883 gave a democratic
majority of 10,912. At Columbus the re
publicans are jubilant with bands aud I mi
ni es over election news. The democrats
are corresponding quiet, and are receiving
the result with good grace. Chairman
Powell of the democratic committee con
cedes the election of the republican state
ticket by from 15,000 to 20,000. and thinks
they have carried both branches of the leg
islature. Gov. Hoadiy things the demo
crats may have saved the senate. The re
publican executive committee claim the el
ection of Foraker by from 15,000 to 18,000
plurality, though complete returns may
make it more. They have information from
all tbe doubtful counties and have elected
their representatives. They claim a major
ity ou joint ballot outside of Hamilton
county. Allen O. Myers is thought to be
defeated for the legislature in franklin
county by a small majority. The Counnei-ciai-Oazette
says: " The republicans made
the right against the Leonard party hot and
severe, aud d ew the lines. The democrats
coddled the fraud, and the result is he got
many democratic votes. Gov. Hoadiy
daiuag d himself seriously by his endorse -mint
of Alien O Myers for the legislature.
i All the ma i -winery oc fin ud of the gang
j democrats in this city with which the
Commercial Gazette has in ulc people falsi. -iar,
wits in full operation yesterday, and it
would be impossible to exaggerate the reck
less wickedness that was perpetrated. The
indications as we write are that the scoun
drels have doue their desperate dirty work
iu vain, that the republicans have ihe legis
lature outside of Hamilton county, aud that
the) have carried the county. If they have
doue so the people ot this cit may rever
ently thank Cod aud take courage. Toe
streets at 1 o'clock this morning were fuil
of republican!!, who were shouting over the
splendid victory won iu Oaio. The election
of Foraker is couce led, and there is a feel
ing of confidence that the republican county
ticket has gone through also.
All the glass manufactories in the eastern
association comprised in the territory of
Pennsylvania, New York aud the New Eng
land states, are now idle, the men being on
a strike at Boston, Sandwich, Mount Wash -in
4ton, New Bedford and East Cans bridge.
Further strikes and lockouts are talked ot
The seali u Schooner San Diego, b fore re
ported lost iu Behring's sea, has arrived at
Victoria, ti. C. She brings only 1725 .-kins.
Hungarians employed in tile construction
of the Ciearrield county, ami New York
Short Line railroad, did not receive their
pay on the day it was due last we k. They
feared they would n it get it and attacked
the Americans who w -re superiiitendiiis: l iie
work. All escaped but one of the contract
ors named Ferguson, -.iho was captured by
the Hungarians an 1 is now held iu captivity
by them. Tuey sw.-ar they will kill him it
they don't get their pay by the 20th inst
The general assembly of the Knights of
Lilior has decided to meet next year in
The artificial culture of oysters has been
completely successful at the hatching sta
tion of the New York fish commission.
rhou8auds of young were caught on scollop
shells, and are now as large as a dime.
Tnis is the first practical success on a large
scale from oysters artificially impregnated
The county convention of the county de
mocracy, was held iu New York on the 12th
inst. A committee of conference from Tam
many and Irving halls entered the conven
tion, but were, by resolution, permanently
refused attention. A full ticket was then
nominated, and Governor Hill endorsed.
Tammany aud Irving hall will now combine.
I he Mark Lane Express, in its review of
the British grain trade during the past week,
says: "Bad weather has materially affected
samples of new wheat, and has caused a de
mand for old red, which has advanced six
pence. Sales of English wheat during the
week were 74,264 quarters, at 30s 3d,
against 73,368, at 32s 2d duriug the corre
sponding week last year. The market for
foreign wheats coutinues to strengthen.
Flour is more difficult to purchase, and six
pence to one shilling dearer. American oats
are firmer. The supply of wheat cargoes is
restricted. Prices are six pence higher.
Seven cargoes arrived, four were sold, four
withdrawn, aud three remained, including
of one California. The Market to-day was
quiet and firm. English wheats were six
reuse dearer. Foreign were six pence to
one shilling dearer. Flour was steady and
occisionly six pence higher. Beans were
fully one shilling dearer. Corn was firm.
Barley qniet an 1 oats steady."
The Bulletin's New Yoik special says: C.
L. Webster, of the firm which is publishing
Grant's book, has returned from Europe, and
reports that the sale of the book has been
greater there than had first been expected it
won! 1 be. Webster was askeJ to name the
probable amount Mrs. Grant would srocive
from the -aie of tli2 book, and replied; that
it was a difficult thing to do. He added
that th : figures would reach $500,000, and
mi.ht possibly reach $750,000. Agents of
the book in Sau Francisco report Pacific-
coast sales to have reached 20,000. Some
question as to the time of issue of the first
volume has been raised. It is positively
stated that it will be out early in December.
The St. Louis strike seems to have died
out, there being absolutely no appearance of
trouble. All of the lines are running full
completements of cars, and in most cases
the poliC3 have been withdrawn from the
cars altogether. There is no interruption to
traffic at ail.
The irou moulders' strike in Albany N.
Y. . which has been in progress since last
M ly, ended ou the 13th. Concessions were
m ule on both sides.
The severest storm in the east in many
years prevailed last Tuesday. Considerable
damage was done along the shore of the
Hudson river. Stocks were all flooded aud
a number of small boats aud valuable
launches were sunk.
Within a few days a circular has been
quietly sent around among New York bank
ers, presidents of corporations and prouii
n .nt business men, setting forth the condi
tion of the municipal government iu that
city, anil demanding action from business
men. It shows that the city revenue has
been squandered, and nearly a million dol
lars lost through bad management.
Reverend Daniel Irving, D. D., secretary
ol the board of foreign missions of the Pres
byterian church, and leading divine in that
denomination, did in Orange, N. J., last
Monday morning, aged 64. Death was
caused by paralysis, brought on by a broken
leg, and nervous shock sustained by a fall
while iu attendance at the Presby teriau
council iu Belfast, Ireland, in 1884.
The consul of the States at Guayma.
Mexico, informs the department of state that
statements made iu various newspapers that
there are thousands of Chinamen in his dis
trict, and that some are being surreptiti
ously introduced into the United States in
contravention of the restriction act of con
gress are untrne, as the total number of
Chinamen in that consular district does not
exceed 125, and these are nearly all em-
ploped iu shoe and tailoring factories, and
have no desire to leave their pr"sent profit
able position-. No aditions are beiuii
made to their number.
An official report has reached the United
St-itns minister at Lisbon that fifty Method
ist missionaries from this c mntry, men.
woman and children, under the care of a
bishop, recently landed on the west coast of
Africa in an utterly destitute condition,
and became at once a charge on the local
iovernmeut of Benguela. A tract of land
was granted them ou which to make a per
The Star says: Serg3a;it MuGown. of the
signal service, who got into trouble by n -fusing
to receive a colored man as his as
sistant in the office at Pensaeola. Fla., is not
to be court-martialed for disobedience of
orders, as was first intended.
From the reoorts received thus far it ap
pears that nearly all the postmasters speak
well of the future special delivery system,
and say it equals outside matter in volume,
ttepnrts show that letters generally have
been delivered with surprising promptness.
Under date of October 2. Gen. Crook re
ports the movements of hostile Apaches as
follows: "Tiie Indians have been for two
d.ys in the Chiricahua mountains, but have
be -n prevented from crossing the San Sim
eon valley, iu Stein's peak range, as was
evidently their intention.
The executive committee of the Washing
ton branch of the United Labor league of
America has issued a call for a convention
of representatives of all the leagues in the
e uiutry, to meet in New York, October 20.
The department of state has received
through Consul-General Beach a synopsis
of the new tariff law passed by congress of
Ecudor, in August of this year. The new
duties become operative after November
1st., and involves many radical changes in
tiie direction of higher duties. Lumber and
other articles now brought Irom the united
States will be excluded by the new dutii s
as before. All duties now assessed on the
gross weight of merchandise, and for certain
local improvements an additional twenty
per cent, ou import duties will be collected
at the custom houses. The free list includes
personal baggage oi passengers, material for
the construction of ships, articles imported
for churches and mining machinery. Fol
lowing are articles charged with SO cents a
kilogram: Articles made of silver and gold,
valuable stones, silks, all classes of textiles
which have silver or gold or metallic threads
in immitation of them, all sewn articles and
all articles sewn and mixed with gold, sil
ver aud silks; and tobacco in leaf or manu
factured. Thirty-two cent a kilogram:
Woolen articles or raw wool, mixed or un
mixed. Twelve cents a kilogram: Linseed,
c i8tor oils, varnishes, billard tables, earthen
vessels, empty barrels, barrels containing
wim-'Qr other liquid, glassware, and beer,
in what ever manner it may be put up, car
riagefc fine crockery, naval canvas for palls,
furniture, paint, glass aud vinegar. Five
cents a kilogram: Harness for carts, starch,
iron wife, -sna.Wi manufactured steel, cotton
.without seeS cod fish, silt fish ami
salt beef, h.-fuis, Manufactured tin, irou
rakes tor weeds, wheat and maize, flour, tin
plates, kerosene" f& more than 15 degrees
test, agricultural machinery of all descript
ions, sewing machines, manufacturing ma-
chiners, ordinary metals in plates, bars or
pieces; paper or printing ink. Two cents "a
kilogram: Peas, beans, wire fence, bran,
steel, tar, plows, picks, crowbars, shovels,
hoes, pruning knives for agricultural use,
anchors, empty bottles, iron chains, lime,
barley, iri.n trusses for roofs, wire, uails,
iron in pieces, plates aud bars, corrugated
iron, hammers and barrows.
A Washington special to the Post says:
Officers of the government who are familiar
with numerous applications for the office of
supervising architect of the treasury express
the opinion that the position will be offered
to Beui. Stillman of New York, son of the
late Prof. Stillman of Yale.
Within the last sixty days, or since the
American steamship companies refused to
transport mail at the rate fixed by tbe post
master-general, four compiaints from indi
viduals and one petition have been received
by the department, protesting againtt the
methods employed at the department to se
cure the carriage of foreign mails.
The postmaster-general has made a ruling
to the effect that in cases where railroad
companies carrying mail are obliged to de
liver it into and receive it f'ura postoffices
(which requirement applies to stations where
the postothec is within eighty rods of the
stopping place of the train), employes car
rying mails between the station and the of
fice are not employes in the postal service,
and need not be sworn iu. The department
however,' requires. the railroad company to
employ f,.r this purpose a person over the
age of 16 years, of suitable intelligence and
character, and postmaste a are directed to
report any violation of this requirement,
The new mail service between San Fran
cisco and Australia and New Zealand, to re
place tbe I'acific .Jail service, will begin No
vember 21st, and a steam r will sail every
four weeks thereafter. Three steamers have
been engaged m the service heretofore, two
of them belonging to John Elder of England
and one to tbe Pacific Mail steamship com
pany. For the Paciiic Mail steamer a spec
ial steamer will lie substituted, so that the
line will be as much American in character
as it has been under the old arrangement.
For the MV Service, vessel owners will
receive only sea postage, $150,000 per an
num, which was formerly paid, and accord
ing to the statement of Superintendent 'ei,
they were anxious to get the contract at
that rate, although the American companies
had refused to accept both sea and inland
BIG FALL STOCK
Fine Dress Goods and Silks.
Fine Plushes, Velvets, and Brocades. ..a..
Full Line Flannels and Domestics, TatileLinens, Towels, Napkin
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.
gtr 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 IPlain Figures.
The government crop report places the
average wheat yield of Oregon at 15.5 bush
els, and that of Washington at 21 to 23
The remains of Peter Healey, one of the
firemen killed iu the Crocker fire at San
Francisco, have been recovered from the
McSweeny, the Irish suspe-H, has been
promised a place iu the Sau Francisco cus
tom house, aud is now en route to the coast.
A big tire occurred at Durham station,
California, early Saturday morning. Ware
houses and wh to the value of $125,000
Dawne, recently given the Alaska' judge
ship, m in danger of removal. Strong influ
ence is being brought to secure the rein
statement of Judge McAllister.
In response to protests iro n San Fran
cisco against the coinage of too much small
gold the secretary of the treasury has tele
graphed instructions to the superintendent
of the mint iu that city to make the coin
age next mouth (November) one-third half
eagles and two-thinls double eagles.
Special Agent Spaulding, who has been
investigating custom house affairs in San
Francisco is now en route for Oregon, with
Special Ageut Evans, on some secret miss
ion. It is thought in San Francisco that
t ie two agents have been sent north to look
into the matter of immigration at that point.
Dr. Jorgensen, of Walla Walla and E. S,
Tyler, of Fargo, Dakota, an extensive
wheat dealer aud stockholder of the North
ern Pacific Elevator company, is en route to
Farmiugton, and thence to Spokane. Their
mission is to buy barley and view a location
for elevators. Mr. Tyler w.is surprised on
seeing this enormous wheat belt aud doubted
the facilities for shipping, ou seeing the ac
cumulated stacks of, luut Ij ...0 awaiting
The government of Greece is annoyed at
the decision of the powers to recognize the
union of Bulgaria and Roumclia. The gov
ernment has decided gradually to mobilize
the army. Three more classes of reserves
will be called out shortly.
Russia is desirous of giving the Duke of-
Cumberland the throne of Bulgaria. Prince
Bismarck will probably favor the proposi
ti n, as it will settle the Brunswick diffi
The Russian government has ordered all
Russiau officers to leave Bulgaria.
It is understood that, as a result of the
cabinet meetin ' ou the 8th inst., the minis
try wiil resign shortly before the assem
bling of the new chamber of deputies
One hundred aud eighteen new cases of
cholera aud fifty-eight deaths from the dis
ease occurred iu Palermo on the 7th inst.
aud one hundred and three new cases of
cholera and tifty-eight deaths from the dis
ease on the 9th iust.
In Spain ou the 9th iust 276 new cases of
cholera aud 1 16 deaths have been reported.
Bands of Bulgarians have raided Servian
territory aud plundered a village near the
frontier. A force of geudarmes has gone to
tae scene of the disturbance, to drive out
Ambassadors of tbe power are urging the
Greek government to stop its war prepara
tions. There are nuins ious ru;nors afljat to the
effect that the F.-ucU troops will totally
Acting under imperitive orders from pres
ident Diaz, the governor who deposed m
erican miners from the Las Cruces silver
mines, has been compelled to surrender th
mines to their American owners. This is
due to the intervention of secretary Bayard.
The Stindird's Berlin correspondent says:
"Germany, with the approval of Austria,
Russia and England, has proposed as a plan
for settlement of the Bulgarian question
that the following principles are observed:
First That Greek and Servian demands be
respected. Second That Turkey lie ad
vised to complete her military pre pa i atious
so as to be ready to interfere in the event of
Greece aud Servia moving; to enforce their
demands. Lastly That the union of Bul
garia and Roumelia, under Prince Alexander
(the latter avowing the sovereignty of the
lltau), be recognized.
The announcement is made that it hat
been decided to extend Kiel's reprive until
after the appeal in his case has bean heard
before the imperial privy council
The commission for the delimitation of
the frontier between Turkey and Montene
gro, which suspended its operations ou Sep
tember 30, at tbe suggestion of Prince Nich
olas ef Montenegro, has resumed its labors.
Gladstone has openly resumed dilutee
of the liberal campaign.
Gladstone has written to Lareley, the
veil known writer on political economy, ae
follows: I favor Bulgarian anion, bat trust
its territory will not exceed its limit, be
cause I fear disastrous com p. tions between
the great powers themselves, and also the
Helenhic and Slavic race for extension f
territory. I express myself on this -qneet-ion
with .reserve because mV nttnal-i pet.
plexed by many rliffiriiltiiil' snrrtlfc if.'
I see that a Bulgarian upion, excellent ic it
self, may produce immeasurable mult.
The war fever run high in Servia, aad
active preparation, are going on to .afore
Sena's demand for extension; of territeiy.
English, French and Austrian firms har
been tendered the contract by th g orr -n-ment
to supply complete outfit for WuO
troops, aud all contracts have been allotted; .
also one for 35,000 horse, .. .'
Demonstrations in favor ot war are -twing'
held throughout Greece, the sfmy belmy
pidly mol.iliz.Hl. The king ha ealltd' e t
reserves to the number 'ef 40,000 men. 1
Brisson, premier, iu answering a sgrat.
ulary address on his re-election to a seat ia
the chamber of depntie. Pari, said caT
vative gains cannot shake the confideoeee
the republican, who will hare 150 majority
in the lower chamber. He declared -.the
the monarchist desired the overthrow-"
the republic and would cause a revolution ia
the attempt to secure that end. Neither
the republicans nor monarchist desire war
abroad, but the republic 1 r can sacs re
peace at home.
The secretary of the treasury ha issued
a circular to customs officers ia which a
says that a it appear to be impraeticaMa
to procure, under the existing law, accu
rate statistics of immigrants arriving in ike
United State by railways from eoMtiguea
foreign territory, the collection of ettitiee
of such immigration will be itirirUoAj
until otherwise ordered. ,,
We have jnst received direct free Ng?
York a full line of zephers aad yame.sreweaj,
pompadon wool, canvas, felt- -aad 'eeabrtti.
dery chenilles, all at Portland price .
' J. M. &.
DUNN.-On Friday eveniag. Oet. , IMS,
to the wife of Jaa. Dunn, a tea; weight
12 pound. :
HUFFMAN. In thi city. Sunday, Oet.
11, 1885, Mrs. Mouruiag Huffman, aged