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THE BENTON DEMOCRAT.
.".FEB. 8. 1873.
Greenbacks, buy'e 88 1 Greenbacks, seU'g 90
(Hold in New JTdrk.,..-.-.. ..,.......".-.. .113
IJST OF AGENTS.
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The following named persona are author
ized to receive and receipt for subscription
and advertising for this paper :
Jfew York..... . ...eo. P. Rowell & Co.
San Francisco v. .... .L. P. Fisher.
Portland .............. .. L. Samuel.
ISast Portland Major J ohnson
Corvaiais . . . ... .W..R. Priyett
Newport. '.v .....Rufus McLane
Newton i E. N. gawtelle
Toledo ....V..;H. B. Thrasher
Starr's Point .. ...Rober&LIerron
Philomath .... . ..it t..-.. .. John, Wells
' King's Valley 7. . . ....... .Britt: Wood
Alsea J Holgate
. Summit.... .i.s Sub. Mulkey
Salem ., .,J. B, McClane
Albaay w.... .. .....J. J. Whitney
Scio.... ...J. C. Head
Dallas. .. .i... M..Lycurgus Vineyard
Junction-City Louis Salomon
Jacksonville .... .. .. ....J.- S. Herrin
Empire City ... Harry Howard
Post Office Corner of Main and Jeffcr-
. -. gon streets. .
" si"Mllii Arrive z -,
from Albany (Sorth and South), Daily, at
3:30 p. m. ;
From Portland (via Westoide), Daily, at
4:00 p. m.
from Yaquina Bay, Weekly, Saturday, at
. 4:00 p. in.
' - Mails Denartf
For Albany (North and South), Daily at
" 8:4o a. m. -
For Portland (via Westside), Daily, at
0:00 a. m. ?
For Yaquiua Bay, Weekly, Monday, at
7:00 a. m. . ...
For Albany (North and South), Dailyat
8:30 a. m. ,
For Portland (Via Westside), Daily at
8:00 p. in.
For Yaquiua Bay, Weekly, Sundays, at
S:00 p. m...
Office Hours From 7:30 a. m. to 8 p. m.
Sundays Office open 30 minutes after
arrival of Eastern mail.
Money Order Office---Hours from 9 a. m
to 6 p. m. J. A. HANNA, P. M
IOHS AND 'UXT11V.
Nun (lay School Concert. ,
The M.. E. Sunday School Concert,
.given last Sunday, was a most entertaining
:and instructive" exhibition i We do not
wish to be invidious, and while we com
pliment all, can not but mention the two
recitations, by the Misses Thayer, "Over
the Hill to the Poor House," and "Over
the Hill from the poor Hou3e,"as Qne
pieces, most excellently rendered. Two
beautiful ' quartets were well sung by the
Misses Mason and Messrs. Herrin and
Crawford. The singing by the School
was good. Mr. Vancleve's address, at
me Close, was oriei, poiareu, aim mosuy
directed to grown people-. Ore credit
is due to the committee ' for the eminent
success of the exhibition. The next concert
will be given on the first Suuday in March.
Hoodlums. At last, it seems, our quiet
city has become infected With this speci
men of genua puer. ' We notice many of
our promising young urchins carry the
well known elastic sling, and throw stones
about, apparently regardless of conse
quences. This week a number of window
glass were broken at the North School
house by these mischief-loving youngsters.
It is the duty of parents to look out for
their boys. On' Wednesday evening we
noticed a couple young hopefuls enjoying
a regular pugilistic set-to on Second street.
Let our cotemporary "go after" these
hoodlums, as he publishes the high moral
organ. ... . ; . . -
The Temperance Ammance. On Mon
day evening last, W. B. Carter and J. M.
Garrison were elected, by Excelsior Lodge
No 9, 1. O. G. T., as Delegates to the Tem
perance Alliance, which meets at Salem,
on the 20th inst.. Miss Fannie Greer
and Miss Emma Boswell were chosen as
Alternates.- The attention of Churches,
Sunday Schools, and all other Societies is
called to this matter. '- All such institutions
are allowed to send one delegate for every
twenty , members, v , ' :..
The Boats; Though not favored With
the advertisement, we publish the follow
ing steamboat notice for the benefit of our
readers: The steamer Fannie Patton will
leave Corvallis every Tuesday and Friday.
The Alice, every . Wednesday and Satur
day, for down the river. "
Sermon ok the Second Commandment.
Services will be held in the Chapel of the
Good Samaritan, on Sunday next, at the
usual hours : 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. The
sermon at the evening service will be on
the subject of the Second Commandment.
Fob the Bat. Phil. Stanton, of Salem,
arrived in town, last Wednesday, and will
leave for his recently purchased ranch, on
Olalla Slough, Yaquina- Bay, on Monday
next. , Phil, brought up a wagon and team,
and is going over to stay, ; : ;; -
Scaijwh. We- omitted last week :to
mention the death of a little child of A. J.
Zumwalt, of this county,; by scalding.
The .child was about, two years old, and
lived but two days after the accident.
Convalescent. -We were pleased to
see our young friend Ike Fox, Esq., on our
feejs, and we are sure he looks, better than
ever before. 2V" - ,
Revivals. A gentleman just up from
fliA nroct aiflo nrninfiAS InfTwnria ns t.ltflf;
revivals are fashionable now in almost
every village. " Why don't Corvallis revive ?
Dance. A very agreeable", social party
was had at Frank- Kinder's, two miles
vest of town, last evening. '. - . - . ..
Council meets next Monday evening.
BOMICIDK AT HAHRISBUBtt!
Fight In a Ballroom. A Necktie Party
and How it Ended.
From Mr.-Houck wo learn the particu
lars of J a fatal affray at Harrisburg, by
which a "man named Pelton, lately con
nected with the Taylor Family, a banjo-
player, lost his life at the hands of Ehas
Keener, a livery stable keeper at Junc
tion. It seems a man, whose name we
could not learn, had borrowed a coat from
Mr. Milliorn, when leaving a dance at the
house of that gentleman, a short distance
from Junction, promising to leave it at
the latter place. Instead of doing so, how
ever, he carried the article with him to his
home, at Harrisburg. A few days after
ward, Elias Keeney, being about to go to
Harrisburg to attend an entertainment by
the Taylor Family, was requested by Mill-
lorn to get his coat. Upon arriving at
Harrisburg, Keeney called on the individ
ual, and asked for his friend's coat. High
words ensued, when Keeney remarked that
it was a shabby way to treat a friend who
had done'hima favor. . No demonstrations
were made, until evening, when, it seems,
a neck-tie party followed the theatrical ex
hibition. Either by accidentor intention
ally,. Jieeney drew' two envelopes, con
taining neck-ties, leaving one lady without
a, partner. This party with whom Keeney
had had the altercation about the coat, and
the banjo-player,'-Pelton, assailed Keeney
with abuse for his seeming ungallant con
duct, and a row ensued. Keeney was
knocked down and hustled out of the door,
but immediately returned, and was again
knocked down by a stool, in the hands of
one or the other of his assailants. While
attempting to rise he drew a pistol and
fired several shots, the first piercing Pel-
ton's heart. The other shots took no ef
fect. Several persons then jumped upon
Keeney and beat him severely; but he
finally succeeded in making his escape
He was badly bruised up, and was tracked
by stains of blood for a distance of one
mile ami a half .along the railroad track,
toward Junction. Great excitement pre
vailed, and it is thought Keeney would ha ve
oeeu nung, naa ne Deen touua Deiore day
light. Keeney has many friends at Junc
tion, where he has been engaged in busi
ness for some time. He had recently sold
out, and was preparing to go to Arizona
Another statement appears in the Albany
Democrat,, to the effect that Keeney took
several neck-ties out of the box, and Pel-
ton told him it was a "mean trick."
Keeney replied, and was soon put out. He
afterward returned by a back door, and
walked up to Pelton, with a revolver in
his hand, when the latter got up and struck
him with the stool upon which he had been
sitting. Keeney then placed the revolver
against his left breast and fired. It is ru
mored that Keeney was secreted in Junc
tion until Saturday, when he made his es
cape, it is supposed, up the McKenzie
It is thought that he is making his way to
Eastern Oregon, or to his friends in Idaho.
Sheriff Parker has two men after Mm,
and will probably capture him soon
Harrisburg correspondents of Portland
papers give a little different version of the
second attack, stating that Keeney,' after
being knocked down and hustled out, re
turned through a back door or window,
and deliberately shot Pelton. We do not
pretend to say which statement is correct.
It is the opinion of many who seem, post
ed, that Keeney did aotintend to kill Pel
ton, but the other man. Everyone laments
the unfortunate occurrence.
Those "Jewelry." Here's another
chance for onr cotemporary. He may now
have two fresh items, if this is two weeks
old. It's all irony however: Two weeks
ago, Brother had an elaborate item on the
new hand-cuffs, leg-irons and pistol, just
received from the East, now he came to
make the acquaintance of those "jewelry"
does not appear ; but we had them clapped
upon U3 in a twinkling, by Sheriff Pal-
mer, last Thursday, and while " revolving
in our altered soul," etc., read that they
were manufactured in New York, by J.
J. Towers, nickel-plated, and highly orna
mental. The Sheriff also showed us his
pistol, same maker, nickel-plated, ivory
handled,' full-jeweled, and goes - thirty-
three to the pound. With these "trinkets"
and the Gazette, the peace of the realm is
assured, and the suppression of our broth
er's " social evils " a foregone conclusion.
Horrible Murder. From the Herald
we learn that a horrible murder was com
mitted last Tuesday night, six miles from
Sheridan, In Yamhill county. Benjamin
Hasbrouck heard a noise in his granary,
and, with a hired man, went to see the
cause. At the door of the barn they were
met by two men. The hired man, being
inadvauce, was knocked down and stabbed.
Mr. Hasbrouck coming up, was shot with
a shotgun charged with twenty-five buck-4
shot, causing instant death. No clue to
the perpetrators of the crime.
Quarterly Mkkttng. The second
.quarterly meeting of the M. E. Church
South, for Corvallis Circuit, begins to-day.
Services will be held at the College at 11 a.
m. and 7 p. m. to-day and to-morrow. A
cordial invitation to attend is extended by
the pastor, Kev. Joseph Emery, to all.
Cathomc Services. Services at the
Catholic Church on Sunday next, at the
usual hour, 10:30. Vespers will commence
at 3:30 p. m., in future. Lecture at 4 p.
in., on " The Real Presence of our Blessed
Lord in" the Sacrament of the Altar."
Communion Service will be held in the
Presbyterian Church, Sabbath morning.
Preaching Saturday evening, Sabbath, and
Sabbath evening-, by Kev. W. K. Stewart.
of Salem. . v
Minstrels. The Corvallis Minstrels
advertise their entertainment in this issue.
They promise a jolly time.
Dm inar the eve
marry a coupjp
with the dress aud
used by the Jewish
years before the Chris cn
also describe, and illustrate the mil.
ilarities between the toilet of a Jt,
belle of three thousand years.ago aud
of the present day.-The eotrtainmeni,
will be interspersed with Vocal-music, and
promises to- be onexf the richttofeasts
our people have ever been 'permitted to
enjoy. The lecture -will furnish--historic
food for every mind, as the gentleman has
a peculiarly happy manner of engaging
the attention of his auditors, " and carries
them back to the- days of old," while
graphically portraying the scenes of Bible
history. , The Portland press speak'highly
of this gentleman's lectures ,v Let every
body go and hear him. An admission fee
of fifty cent3 will be charged for adults
and half-price for children".' '
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COIUrrx COURT PKOCEEDisMis.
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County Court met oil. Monday, but . Ow-
mg to indisposition. Judge uurnott was
unable to preside. Following Is a syuop
sis of proceedings : s
: , ..' in probate.
t In the matter of the estate of John B.
Henderson, , deseased, Susan Henderson
was appointed administratrix,
I t- COUNTY BUSINESS.
j. The principal business of the session
was in making settlements with old road
supervisors, and the appointment of new.
Following are the appointments :
NO. DIST. NAME.
2 F M Wadsworth,
3 Edward. Walden,
4 Jacob Modie,
5 J S Kendoll,
7 Thos M Beed,
9 Amos Wood,
10 Britton Wood,
13 Arnold Fuller.
14 Wm Bidenour,
18 David Keys,
20 Jacob Holgate,
21 Jno S Baker,
no. dist. name
27 JJj Alkln,
28 J C Lemon,
29 LJ Starr,
30 A j Gallatly,
31 H A Belknap, :
32 Tj Wilcox,
33 E H Baber,
35 jas E Dixon,
36 Clay Starr, -
37 Elijah Skipton,
33 T j Creightou,
39 BT Wood,
40 Alf Flickinger,
41 Thomp. Harris.
22 Jao H Mays,
25 W O Kendoll,
Court adjourned yesterday afternoon .
- A Weatlier Item, v
Since our last Issue, we've had consider
able weather in this city. It has been of
all kinds, from a regular freeze-up to
balmy. .On Saturday, the ground was
frozen sufficiently hard to bear up a
wagon; Monday and Tuesday, people
were making garleu ; on Wednesday, It
blew a gale from every point ot the com
pass, . and then subsided, and J uplter
Pluvlus wept copious, gushing tears'.
Thursday and Friday, Old Sol shone forth
in regal splendor, starting bugs and grass
hoppers from their dreamy beds by his
genial rays. As we go to press, if is
"from fair to middling ;" but we cannot
venture a prediction in regard to the state
of the weather when our carrier gets
around. ' The weather in Oregon, at this
season of the year, changes oftener than
the most fastidious .gent changes his shirt,
and If it is pleasant to-night, it is just as
likely to be cold as Greenland in the morn
ing as it is to be raining millstones.
Justice's Court. The following busi
ness has been transacted lu Justice Priv-
ett's Court since our last issue :
Max Friendly vs. Granville Fisher ;
civil action to recover money ; settled.
Max Friendly vs." W. Huffman; civil
action to recover money ; default.
P. Wiley vs. Wm. Taylor ; civil action
to recover money ; settled.
Fire at Albany. The fine residence of
J. B. Sprenger, at Albany, was almost to
tally consumed by fire, on last Monday.
It was occupied by N, B. Sprenger, as a
residence, and was advertised for sale, un
der a mortgage to the School fund. Ori
gin of the fire unknown. Loss, $3,000.
Epizootics in. Corvallis ! This fright-'
ful plasue has at last reached our devoted
city ; but Sol. King says theie Is no danger
ot its spreading. One ot his stasrc horses
refused to go, last Thursday morning, but
a dose of turpentine soon "brought him
to his milk." ,-' -" -.-'
Gentle Header ! Do- you . owe the
printer anything? Well, if you have the
remotest idea that such is the case,, call
upon him. at once, ascertain the amount,
draw a check without furthur delay, and
paddle your canoe with lighter-heart.'
Alumni Meeting-. -The Alumni of Cor
vallis College met last Monday, and ap
pointed B. L: Arnold, 'President pro tern.,
and W; B." Privett, Secretary pro tern.
The Society will meet this afternoon at 4
o'clock, for the purpose of electing officers.
Photographs. If you want your pho
tograph taken in excellent style, go to
Stryker's Gallery, on Third street, back of
the City Hotel.? Mrs. C. M." Stryker is
a first class artist, and finishes up pictures
according to the latest fashions. "
Lecture. Dr. Boswell will deliver an
other lecture on physiology, before the
North Public School, on Friday afternoon
next, at 3 o'clock." " Public cordially invi
ted to attend.- - ,
Took a Shock. The students of Cor
vallis College all took a shock of electricity,
last Thursday, in .order to be prepared for
earthquakes and," sich like," when they
- Judge Chef-i
town during ae
Mr. Whiteaker, frcim Q '
in this city, for the J-
1 ..-.- 1V.W.
While big fires are ind(a
urge caution on the part oVinr citizc
when retiring, not to leave Jflres in their
stoves or grates. We don't want any more
Chicagoes. - : .
v "The Christian Messenger " is a first
class family newspaper. .Sent to any ad
dress, until January 1, 1874 for $2. Ad
dress T. F. Campbell, Publisher, Mon
- Convalescent. Hon. John Burnett has
so far recovered from his recent illness as
to be able to walk around his house. He
will be on our streets in a few days.
Will Adjourn. The Supreme Court
will probably adjourn to-day.
i CHUKCII DIRECTORY.
PRESBYTERIAN Divine Services in
the Presbyterian Church every Sabbath
i morning at 11 o'clock ; and at 6:30
o'clock in the evening. Sabbath School
". immediately after the morning service.
Prayer meeting every Wednesday even
. ing at 6:30 o'clock. All free seats.
. , D. K. NESB1T, Pastor.
M. E. CHURCn, SOUTH Divine ser
vices at the College every Sabbath, morn
, ing and evening. Hours of service, 11
: a. m., and 7 p. m. Sabbath School, 9 Yz
A. m. JOS. EMERY, Pastor. "
: of the Good Samaritan: Sunday Shcool
at 10 a.m.: Morning -Services at 11a.
; m.: Evening Services at 7 p. m. Bible
. Class at 3 p.m.: -tThe Holyommunion
administered on the first Sunday in each
month and on the chiefFestivals.
J. H. BABCOCK, Rector.
CATHOLIC. Services will be held at the
Catholic Church on the first Sabbath of
: each month. Hours of service, 10 o'clock
a. m., Catechetical services (for children)
at 22 o'clock p. m., evening service 7
p.m. All are invited attend. -FATHER
P. F. GIBNEY, Pastor.
M. E. CHURCH Services in the U. E.
. Church, every Sabbath, morning and
evening. Hours of service, 11 a. m. and
7 p. m.. Sabbath School every Sabbath
at 2 P. M. Prayer Meeting Thursday
evening. Class meeting, Sabbath, Q a.
m. All are cordially invited to attend,
i J. W. VANCLEVE, Pastor.
CORVALLIS PRICES CURRENT.
CAREFULLY COKKECTEE WEKKLY.)
Corvallis, Friday, Feb.,
Wheat V bushel . ........ ......
1, 6 P. M.
Oats V bushel....-
Flour H barrel -
Butter, fresh rolls, W pound..
Ktrars V dozen..-.
Chickens dozen -.
White beans V lb...
Chili beans f ID
Indian dressed deer skins 9
Peaches, dried, 11...
Peaches, canned, V can
Apples, dried, W IB.. v.
Apples, green, bushel.
Plums, dried, no pitts &..
Hums 3? ID
Lard, in kegs, ? n
" in cans, lb.......
Cheese Vlb.. ........
Oysters, f can -.
Cream Tartar V B
Coffee, Java It..
Cofiee. Costa KioaW 2... ...........
Coffee, Kio rb..
Tea, Japan D.. . ....................
Sugar chusliod, If 11)
Sugar, pulverized ) tb ,
sugar, i el c ts F extra rennea v
Suear. Yel C S F refined W tt
Sugar, Island No 1 W o ...........
sugar, island MO!
Svrun. Heaw Golden IP cral
feyrup, Heavy Golden 5 gal kegs...
Powder ) lb
. 2 60 3 00
..$4 50 5 00
ijeaa, t id ,
Kails, cut . 1. .....
Kails! finishing tt
Salt. Carmen Tulnnr! ) ino in.
Salt, Liverpool 100 lb. ....... .
Brown sheeting V yd. . ........
Bed ticking V yd......:
Flannels W yd
Candles V box , .
Rice China f Ds
RiceHonolnlo J V....:.i......
Tebaeco, ......- -..-.j.
Kerosene V sral
Dr. Hooner's Female Pills Established
fifty years, have a world-wide reputation
as a certain remedy in all - female difficul
ties, .aewai-e ot worttness ana cneap imi
tations. Get the genuine, new style, su
gar-coated; forty pills in each box, with
full directions. Price, $1, . Address all
orders-. - - . HOOPER & CO..
P. O. Box 2453, Philadelphia, Pa.-..
BAR3TOM IiOSGE KO. 7, 1. O. O. F., Meets
uii o-ueauay evening or eacn week, at 7
o'clock, in their Hall, . Main street, south
room, in Fisher's Brick, second story. Mom
bers of the Order in good standing are in
vited to attend. V . . . . : -
By order of the N. G.
COBVAM,I8 JAtlHiT. NO. 14, T. A- A. M.
holds stated Communications On Wednesday
evening on or preceding each full moon.
Brethren in good standing are invited to at
tend. Per order of .. W. M
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iu jiuyiug aim jrjuuung your J. recaps
FiFTY PER CfJT
Price, 10 centsr worth $5 00 to aii'y tw
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Assets, January 1, 1S71-liabilities-
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; President. - - Vice President.1
Home Board of Directors.
Thos. A. Bali,
Thos. IIv Holt,
R. G. Sncath, ,
L. L. Robinson,
M. D. Sweeney,
John T. Doyle,
D. O. Mills, "
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R. P. -Morrow,"
A. 11. Rose,
M. S. Latham,
IJoyd Tevis, -J.
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J. M. McDonald,
W. S. Ladd,
J . G. Ivittle,
J. H. Goodman.
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