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THE BENTON DEMOCRAT
CORVALLIS .'. . . APRIL 12. 1873
" Money market
, Greenbacks, buy'sr ; 86 I Greenbacks, sell'e 87
Gold In New York 118
UST OF AeEXTS.
The following named persons are anthOr-
lzea to receive ana receipt -or subscription
. nnn aavertiswg lor tms paper :. : "
-L. P. Fisher.
Portland . . . . . .. ,
East Portland . . . .
- King's Valley....
; Alsea . . .
Summit.... .... ..
Salem . . . ; . . ,
Albany . . ;
.Theo. Ic Smith.
..W. E. Privett
,.E. N. Sawtelle
.II. B.. Thrasher
, i.Robert Herron
... ..Britfc. Wood
. J. Holgate
,..J, B McClane
. J. J. Whitney
J. C. Head
... . ....Lycurgus Vineyard
City ..Loui- Salomon
Empire City .
.J.. S. Harrin
r'.". Harry Howard
Post Office Corner of Main and Jeffer-
son streets. is...
From Albany (No. ih and South), Daily, at
d:oU p. .
From Portland (via Westside), Daily, at
4:00 p. m. - r -
From Ytquina Bay, Weekly, Saturday, at
4:oo p. m.
Hails Denart: '
For Albany (i:orth and South), Daily at
S:5 a. m.
For PorUand (via WestsideV Daily, at
3:00 a. m.
For Yaquina Bay, Weekly, Monday, at
For Albany (North and South),. Daily, at
8:30 a. m. .
For Portland (via Westside), Daily, at
, . C:00p. m. . . .
For Yaquina Bay, Weekly, .Sundays, at
ts:oo p. m.
Office Hours From 7: CO a. m. to 8 p. m.
Sundays Office open 0 minutes after
arrival of Eastern mail.
Monev Order Office Hours from 9 a. m
to 6 p. m. ' J. A. HANNA, Z. M
TOWN AND t'OUISTHY.
. A Surprise Party.
". On Tuesday evening last, a large num
ber of our young people . got up a very
pleasant surprise party in honor of the
steamer Grpver. At nine o'clock some
' ten or fifteen couples," accompanied by
music, stepped aboard the magnificent
steamer, taking Captain Hoi man and the
officers by' the most complete '. surprise.
The visitors were cordially welcomed by
the Captain, and in a twinkling the main
deck was cleared for dancing. Several
hours were spent in devotion to the happy
gods Terpsichore, Bacchus, Orpheus and
the divine Cecilia, when the" party gave
the Captain a parting serenade, and retir
ed. The officers extended the hospitalities
of the vessel in the most lavish manner,
and joined in the season of merriment
"with a ,-hearty will. The officers of the
Grover are gentleman of the first water,
and the occasion of Tuesday evening will
long be remembered with pleasure by these
who participated in the enjoyment.
' "The License Question. An effort is
being made to raise the license of saloons
to $600. Against this movement we have
nothing to lay - yet we can but consider
that it is unjust,unless its objects extend to
the merchandising establishments, which
sell as much liquor as the' saloons. ' We
are opposed to compelling the saloons to
pay ait exorbitant license, while' the dry
goods merchant and the druggist are per
mitted to sell whisky by the pint," quart
aud gallon, and pay no license. "Equal
and exact justice to all men" is our motto.
: No New Hotel. E. C Holden, Esq.,
who came up on Monday's boat, tempora
rily leased the old Railroad House, and
moved his turniture into it on Tuesday.
On Wednesday morning, through some
disagreement in regard . to the house,
Mr. Holden failed to get the hotel, and
had his goods put aboard the Grover, for
Portland. We exceedingly regret that
Mr. H, could not meet with sufficient in
ducement to warrant' him in -remaining
among us. - '
Closed. The first half term of the
North Public School closed yesterday.
The second half term opens on Monday.
This is an excellent time for pupils to en
ter. ' Those entering now will be charged
for only the remainder of the term. The
primary department of that school is In
charge of one of the most efficient teachers
.In the county. -' ' : .
New Grocery Store. Read the adver
tisement of L. N. Price, in another col
umn. This gentleman has just commenced
business in our city, and ha3 taken the first
step toward success by advertising. His
stock has been carefully selected with a
view to the local and country trade, v.,
.Sermon on the Tenth Commandment.
Services will be held In the Chapel of the
Good Samaritan, on Sunday next, at the
usual hours: 11a. m. and 7 p. m. The
sermon at the evening service will be on
the subject of the Tenth Commandment.
Sunday Evekino ; Lecture. Rev. D.
K. Nesbit will deliver a lecture, at the
Presbyterian Church, on Sunday evening
next, at 7:30 o'clock. Subject" What
Saloons Cost Us.'? ,
-..Cattomc"' Services. Services at the
Catholic Cfeorch on Sunday next, at the
usual hour, 10:3 Vespers will commence
at 7:30 p. m. Lecttne at 8 p. m.
To-morrw is Easter
Appropriate services will he held
at the Chapel of the Good Samaritan,-,
: Mrs. E. A. Knight is temporarily doing
siu ' ss at her residence.
COrSTY COURT PROCEEDINGS.
.. . Hon. Jolw Bnrnelt, Presiding.
The following business was transacted
at the last term of the County Court,
which adjourned yesterday i : , .',-'
H. P.Lillebridge" vs. Hehry Apple;
action to open judgment. Argued by,
counsel, and taken under advisement. .,
W. C. Clark vs. Ben Simpson and E. D.
Thome ; objections to confirmation of
sale. Argued by counsel, and taken under
advisement. - -
. IN PROBATE. r
Estate' of Peter Grounds, ' deceased j or
der jf sale of real property. . , ;. ,
Minor heirs of Johannon Carter f annual
accounts nied. . : - .
Minor heirs of I. M. Moore, -deceased;
Estate of Asa F. Stark, deceased ; order
to correct administrators deed.-
Estste of Asa F. Stark, deceased June
2nd appointed for bearing objection to
final accounts. - - , - .,
Estate of Mary Watson, deceased : in
ventory returned and Wm. M. Pitman, S,
P. Frantz, and S.- N. Lilly appointed ap
praisers r-i. - ;
Estate of John Ullery, deceased : sale
bill of personal property returned.
Estate of Elisabeth Foster, deceased
accounts for final settlement filed, and Ju
ly 7, 1873, appointed as the day for hear
ing objections to tne same. - -Minor
heirs of Henry Dohse, deceased
final accounts fllel, settlement made with
the Court, accounts closed and sureties dis
charged. - - -
Estate of Chas. Knowles, deceased;
order made for final settlement and distri
bution. ' - '
Drury Davis appointed
District No. 24, vice Wm.
li. isaKer re-
signed. s.;--r ..-.?!-' - . -l .
Benj. Pilbean appointed Justice of the
Peace for Yaquina Precinct, vice L. P.
Petition presented to the Court for the
vacation of a part of the County Road from
Joseph Skaee's to the the County Road
leadingfrom Corvallis to Albany-dismissed.
Peddler's License granted to James A.
Fike, for three months., . ti ;
Road from the northeast corner of Jesse
Hawley's farm, west to county line. Re
port of survey and plat ordered filed, and
road declared' a public-highway. -. -
Several Bills were ordered paid.;, ' ; : ,
State Board of Education. At the
recent meeting of this body, in Salem, a
State Board of Examination was organiz
ed. The obect of the meeting was to dis
cuss and arrange the preliminary for the
coming examination in July. After care
ful deliberation a list of studies was select
ed in which the candidates for the different
classes of certificates will be examined.
The percentage of correct answers requir
ed was also fixed and a number of rules
were adopted for the government of the
examination. The Board of Education
also submitted to the Board of Examina
tion the, question of a list of text-books to
be recommended to the County - Superin
tendents for adoption as a uniform State
series under the law. A full series Was
agreed upon. "
The Grover. This steamer, arrived
here on Tuesday afternoon, with, a very,
heavy freight, and a large number of pas
sengers. V She lef t'Portland with forty pas-
sengeis, and more freight than the train
and old line of steamers combined. In
order to accommodate delegates to the
Farmers' Convention, at Salem, she laid
here until Wednesday- afternoon,' when
she dropped down to" Albany, leaving there'
at an early hour on Thursday morning, 1
and returning on Friday". She will be here
again on Tuesday. . .
Mystic Banquet. The members of Rose
Croix Lodge; A: F. & A. M.; " held their
annual mystic banquent on Holy Thurs
day (last Thursday) evening; ! The supper
was served by Jack Alphin, and those who
partook of it inform us that it was the best
hotel supper ever served in Corvallis.- Al
phin knows how to do these things.
Hard Up. Holladay's boats are getting
in a tight way," as will appear" from the
fact that the Alice - brought' up, Ton last
Monday evening, several . packages, from
San Francisco, marked "Lorenzo Gerhard,
care steamer Gov. Grover ." . When a line
descends to stealing the opposition's freight
it must be in a tight strait.
Ready fob Business. Henry Dohse an
nounces that he. is now prepared to take
pictures in every conceivable style, at the
old gailery, on Third street. , He has thor
oughly overhauled the establishment, and
invites visitors to Inspect his rooms. .
New Butcher Shop. Mr, Niok,Bae-
sen .will .. shortly open the market foif
meriy occupied by Jese Walker, and "be"
prepared to furnish . meat .of all kinds.
We welcome this gentlemen to .Corvallis,
and wish him abundant success. -
The Benton House. This house Is
daily growing in popular favor. The ac
commodating landlord, Jack Alphin, Esq.,
spares no pains to render his many guests
comfortable.- . Go there for a, square meal.
New Bartender. We notice our elon
gated friend, Jack Bercaw, doing the hand
some behind the bar of the Grover . He
keeps the finest " comforts." ; ;? . ;
Report. We are unable to obtain .the
annual report of the County School Super
intendent in time for this issue ; but will
give it in our next . " ' "
Setti.e Up. Irvine" & Hendrickson
Want those who are indebted to""thehr to
pay up, as they contemplate changing
their business.' : : .-' ; v; ' -
New Furniture. Messrs. Graves &
Knight received a large invoice of new
furniture by the Grover, on Wednesday, ?
Pleasure KrorNG. A number of
young people improved the lovely weather
last Sunday, by horseback riding.
Gsmtkcii The Citv Council meets nvt;
Monday evening. . : ' . .
i : ; Personal Itew.?? . .
Ben. Simpson was in town last Jtfbnday
Sam. Kiger returned front the Dalles on
Thursday evening. . :
Jack. Crouse-and Wm. Gird paid Cor
vallis a visit yesterday.
Mrs. C. M, Stryker 13 recovering from
her recent severe illness . . tr
Rev. J. H. Babcock, of this city, preach
ed in Eugene last Sunday;
E. Ci Holden and family arrived on the
Alice last Monday evening, 1 " ' '-
W. W. "Thayer and family, ' of East
Portland, arrived by Thursday's stage.
. , Hons.' R. S.Strahan and F. A. Cheno-
weth returned from Albany last. Saturday.
L. Shipley, of Philomath, passed through
town on Monday, en route from Portland .
R. S. Allen,of Halsey, went over to the
Bay, last Monday, on a visit to his father-in-law,
Hainan Lewis returnedfrom Portland
lastuTuesday. He has been 1 collecting
money for .wheat. , . .. : . . " ;
Frank Dodge, Henry Ah pie, and James
Dixon, of Yaquina Bay, have been in
town a part of the week. -: ,
Jno. Clark, brother of D. C. Clark, ref
turned this week from a trip up north. He
is much improved in health. ;
' E. D. Thorne and family left for Port
land on the 'Gov.' Grover. ' Mr. Thorne
thinks of going into business in the me
tropolis; . ' i i. .i-,-:-
Jeff. Cline, of Albany, formerly a stu
dent of CorvallisCollege, is visiting friends
in this city. , He gave, us a friendly eall
yesterday. , .. . ,
Mrs. R. S. Strahan departed on the Gro
ver, for a visit to her friends in the East,
She was accompanied as far as Portland by
her husband. - A number of friends visited
the boat to bid this lady farewell. We wish
her a pleasant journey and safe return.
Justice's Court. The following busi
ness has been transacted in Justice Hol-
gate's Court since outlast issue': ' '
S. E. Rosen tock & Co. vs. Ben Simp
son : judgment for plaintiff, for. want of
answer, ior f a34 so anu, costs. .
Charles M. Parmenter and F. I. Bab
cock vs. A. R. - McDonnell ; . judgment for
plaintiff; for want of answer, for $25 50
Salem Dray & Hack Co. vs. A. R. Mc-
Connell ; judgment for plaintiff, for want
or answer lor $30 oo ana costs.
Samuel Trimble vs. John Overman : ate
tachmeut suit, amount claimed $71 ; set
tled by parties. - - - . ' ' " .;
Dr. T. V. B. Embree. We inadvert
ently omitted,' last week, to notice the
new "ad." of Dr. T. V. B. Embree. This
gentleman had announced that he would
locate in Corvallis, but his many friends
of . ,. Lewisville, .Polk county,- could, not
think of parting: with him, and offered
him sufficient inducement to remain among
them. The Doctor is a successful physi
cian, and an accomplished gentleman.
Read hiscard, on. the fir3t page. (
For the Westside'. H. F. Smith, who
has been for two years employed on the
Eastside road, passed through town with
his family, wagons and teams, " last Sun
day, having been ordered to the end of
track on the Westside. Mr. S. will put
twenty teams at work, clearing and, grad
ing ; for the 'proposed extension of this
road, r .
A Petition. A couple of ladies have
been perambulating this city during the
week, soliciting the names of our female
population to a petition for an increase of
the license for the sale Nff liquors in less
quantities than one quart. Dr. Boswell
has been calling on the masculine portion.
Schoou Election. At the school elec
tion, held last Monday, Sol. j King was
elected Director, and Wm. Groves, Clerk,
in the South District. In the North Dis
trict, Wm. McLagan was chosen Director,
andS. L. Shedd, re-elected Clerk. '
Liquor Sale.-t-JoIui Steers, of Port-
land, sold, last Monday, the entire stock
of liquors, together with, the building of
the late Exchange Saloon. Dr. Bayley
was the purchaser, who yesterday removed
the liquors to his drug store.
Old Century. By the next trip of the
Grover, Henry Bird will receiveanother
cask of this fine whisky, which has become
such a favorite among his patrons. " He
always-strives to keep the best.'' - 'r: ' ;"
New Hack! Messrs. Dixon & Bethers
are just haying completed a new and hand
some hack,' to run between this city and
Yaquina Bay. H. P. Harris is putting on
the finishing touches.
Fob Portland, The little steamer
Oneatta, formerly plying on the Yaquina
river, is to be taken to Portland. Her
place will be supplied bya new boat.
i Goino Up. Harris' new saddlery shop
is rapidly approaching completion, under
the skillful hands of Messrs; Russell, Bar
ber, Pixley, and Rayburn.
Opened. The croquet season has open
ed brbkly,-and we are- in a fair way to
learn how to play " Temperance Pool "
or " Methodist Billiards.'"
New Stock. J. A. Hanna, at the Post
office, has just opened a fresh assortment
of pipes, tobacco, and notions. Go and
see them. ' - - ;
a iuTMHinTv "Rev.- J.- A.- Hanna has
presented us with a fi"ne pipe, which we
puff in honor -Of the donor. .
Qorm lu,. Hon. A. J. Thayer is quite
ill, and unable to hold the approaching
term of the Circuit Court. '
Busy. Our farmers are all busy putting
in their crops. The acreage sown will be
quite large: ; - - . -
- Pay Up. Robinson & Bro: desire all
those indebted to settle pp.. See notice.
; :-.v.Pron Ochoeo. . -
Our Ochoco correspondent, .wridng'from'
jfrinevuie, under date of March 29th, says
tne weatner in that, valley is pleasant,
though windy. Farmers are about done
putting in their crops. Grass is godd, and
cattle are getting fat. A number of store
houses are being built at Prineville. .The
Odd Fellows are -having a hall erected.
Crooked river is very high.
: Our Postmaster. We are no apologist;
tor Grant's office holders, but our svmna-
. i ; ,
wmm . o 1..-".. ,.ucu .we we ail uuiuen
attacked by-his own partTlf6r doing hial
outy only tooiaitniuiiy. . The Crazee man
goes for Brother Hanna, in his last issue,
in a. stvle unbecominer the "hiirh moral
, a . O
orgaiiifV. :He Js incensed because a letter
au-ectea instead or "vv.- B."
was not delivered to him tnstanster. It is
well known that.f'.W, D." Carter is a fkr
mer.in Linn county, not many miles from
this city.Mi1. Hanna has frequently met
With comnlaint for not beinar strict ehnrMi
T , O O
with he mail matter of individuals,' and
in this instance acted from a firm convic
tion ox omciai uuty.
;.; Fearful Leap. 7A gentleman from the
country informs us that, one day last
week, aS two men were driving a team at
tached-to a wood wagon, along a precipice
on the south side of Oliver's Butte, the
horses took fright, and plunged over an
almost perpendicular wall some thirty-five
feet in highfc. : The team escaped unhurt,
but the wagon was shivered to, atoms.
Adjusted-. Mark A.- King, of Port-
land, Agent of the Liverpool and London
& Globe Fire Insurance Company, came
up last Saturday, and paid Dr. J. R. Bay-
ley $1,500, the amount of insurance on the
City Hotel, destroyed on the morning of
juarcn zain. -- , - .- - i . .
: -Cleared. Elias Keeney, who was tried
at .Albany, last week, for the killing of
Billy Pelton, was acquitted,- on the ground
01 seii-oeiense. ' -
At Work. During the present week,
the Agricultural Students have been sow
ing grain, and taking practical lessons in
laruung. ' . .
- The Grover took one thousand sacks of
wheat from this, city, last "Wednesday, to
gether with a, large miscellaneous freight.
Circuit Court. Judge P. P.- Primm
will hold the April term of this Court, in
this city, opening on Monday morning.
vFeje Skins. Fox Bros. ! have some ef
the finest and handsomest deerskins ever
brought to Corvallis.-
Thanes J We are under obligations to
the obliging Deputy County Clerk, Jas.
Yahtis, for favors. -
Returning. Leo. Fox will reach his
home to-day, ' overland, from San Fran
Prompt Adjustment On Saturdav
last just one week after the burning of the
City Hotel, Mr. M. A. King, agent forthe
Liverpool and London & Globe Insurance
Co., came up and paid Dr. " J. R. Bayley
$,600 iii gold, the amount of his policy
Other companies require sixty days in
which to settle' losses. Let those who
have risks make a note of this promptness
on the part of the above company. Wal
lace Balwin, Esq., is the gentlemanly
agent of the Liverpool and London &
Globe, and will furnish policies on short
Henry Dohse, having refitted and re
furnished the Photograph Gallery, is pre
pared to take all kinds and styles of pic
tures' on short notice . Satisfaction guar
anteed in all cases, or no pay.
"The Christian Messengeb " is a first
class family newspaper. Sent to any ad
dress, until January 1, 1874, for $2. Ad
dress T. F. Campbell. Publisher, - Mon
mouth, Oregon.-' '
Boors! Boots! Bargains in fine and
coarse custom made boots may be had at
Irvine & Hendrickson's for thirty days.
Everybody buys them.
Fresh Seeds. H. E. Harris has just
received a choice lot of fresh flower and
garden seeds, which he offers for sale
cheap. . . - -
. ANOTHER RICHMOND.
Henbt Dohse would respectfully announce
tnat be Has taken . cnarge 01
STRIKER'S PICTURE GALLERY!
and is prepared to execute all orders for
latest Styles of Pictures.
8CCH, AS .
Opalatypes, Ferrotypes, " Gems, Sun Pearls,
Call In the Forenoon for Children's Pictures.
. - . - , .J SK51V1
r.... Kotice! Xotice!
ALL PERSONS KNOWING THEM
ulnu inrlohl-AH tn -T TT. Stewart, on
inronnl: fiir hv note, are hereby notified to
make prompt payment, and save costs. -
Marcb 22, 1873'. 2.48w4
ABOUT FOUR HUNDRED HEAD
of fine fat: lambs, for sale at fair
prices. Inquire of W . E. Dyer, four miles
southwest of Monroe, or of G. W. Houck,
in this city." ' "; ' '-
March 22, 1873. 2:48w4
FRESH SEEDS! FRESH SEEDS I
A Fine Lot of Fresh -Flower and Garden
Seeds, for sale low, at
H. E. HARRIS MAIN STREET. ,
- ' A. Jf. LAWRENCE,
A T T O R N-E Y-ATLAtV,
Rooni Ko. 2, Betuin's Bolidlng, ,
Z r PORTLAND, OREGON. I C
March 8873. ,t - 2:46yl
GRAVES & KMISHT. '
CABINET. M AERS
. '. , :". . " ,.' and
, Corner of Second and Monroe Streets
' ''' COfiVAlXig, OREGOKi
Keep Constanfiy on Hand all Kinds of
FiU R M ITU RE-
IVorkDone to tSfitv SfcoitJjQtice, at
WOOD AND IRON TUSKING
' Done to Order
Times are hard,; and we intend to sell at
the lowest possible rates. . -2:49mff
. GRAVES & KNIGHT.
FROM AND AFTER'aPRIL FIRST,
. until further notice, ' ' - :
STOVES AND TINWARE
'.... WILI. BE 80U . ,r.
AT REDUCED RATES FOR CASH !
Parties indebted will please come up
and settle, as no further indulgence can be
granted. v. H. McFAKLAND.
. 2:49ina "
I , -: For Sale ot. Eentf r. -
HPHE FINE,' TWO-STORT DWELL-
: Jl. me house, situated .on , First street,
helow the ferry landing, is for sale or rent
on reasonable terms. It contains ten rooms
all hard finished, and a dry, brick cellar.
Apply to - . , II. P. HARRIS. ,
'Corvallis, March 29, 1873. 2-49ml
W. R. T. COMPANY'S STEAMER
- G0TERX0R ' GROYEBj '
Tt 7" ILL LEAVE CoSVAttlS FOR
u - i-ortiana ana intermediate places,
every Tuesday and Friday.
FREIGHT-AND PASSENGER RATES.
Oswego. ....... i, . f .
Oregon City.. ....
Butteville... .'. ..
Champoeg.. .. ..
Wheatland . .. .. ...
Lincoln. , . . .", , . ..
. 6 00
Bunena vista. . . ; . .
Albanv. .. .
Corvallis.. .. .. .. ..
Harrisburg . .. ....
.Kugene City ......
- - B. GOLDSMITH,
March 29, 1873. - 2:49m3 President.
AT COST I AT COST I AT COST I
Desiring to make a change in my busi
ness, and to reduce my
LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK
- " op. -
Etc, . , ... . ,'. ....Etc .Etc.
Also, needing money, I will offer,
From and After Monday, March 17, 1876,
FOR SIXTY DAYS
; 1 ! ; the whole of said stock
"i ..." - j - "
AT COST -CASH
I mean business, and y
COST MEASTS CO S T!
COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES
N. B. All persons indebted to me
on book account will please tome for
ward and settle promptly thereby 8av
ing COSTS, s J. R. BAYLEY.
March 15, 1873. 2:47tf
DRAY AGE ! DR AYAGE ! DRAYAGE!
HAVING purchased . the interest ' of
JThomasEgHninthe . . , ;
TRUbKS - 17RAYS
of this city, dating from the 20th of Feb
ruary, 1873, 1 am prepared to do
ALL KINDS OF CITY HAULING.
on short notice, and at reasonable rates.
I assume all liabilities of 'the late firm
of Thos. Eglin & Bro. All Indebted are
requested to make - immediate- payment.
2:4im jamiss m. juiijn.
OUT OF. THE ASHES I
- r HAS iVIEEit -
FROM THE ASHES OF THE LATE FIRE!
and is prepared to do r.
L.A CK8MIT HI IV Cr
" ON "REASONABLE TERMS.
- NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
At ' . ,
O. FOX, &, BfZO.f
G E N E R A L M E R C H A N D IS
We win receive on the next few steamers
? TfiE LARGEST Xtb BEjST
STOCK OF MERCHANDISE
: Ever brought to the city, of Cor- -.
vallisj Which will consist of
T) tt Y GKO CTp S
BOOTS AND SHOES, GROCERIES,
; FANCY 600tS
CARPET mGS AND WALL PAPEfi-
- J HATS AND CAPS;
- PAIXTS, OILSj v-
F URNISHlNGr GOODS
. Etc.:.; .:.;Etc.-.;i.Ete; , -
Knowing 'the extreme dullness of tlla
, . times, and scarcity of money, we
will offer to the trade of
Benton and .
- the adjoining counties, our '
complete and well assorted stock
AT GREATLY REDUCED RATES!
NINETY DAYS ONLY i
We will Sell from Thta Date':
Prlnta (all kinds) ........ 10 cents per yard
Sheetings :. . .8 to 15 cents per yard
Denims. ........ .15 to 20 cents per yard
Delaines..;: .;...;.. .... 20 cents ner vard
Syrtip.. .;..$3 25 per keg
Sugar ... i ........ 7 to 10 pounds for $1 00
Salaratus .12 cents per pound
Coffee...; .... .. ., ....22 cents per pound
Nails .............. ;-. 12 pounds for $1 00
. -,: '." : '. : also', .- ...
Our Entire Stock 6t
BOOTS and SHOES
AT SAN FRANCISCO COST!
And Everything Else in same Propdrtiotii
Call and examine our stock before rmr-
chasing elsewhere Long experience in,
our line has enabled us to know the de
mands of the country.
We will take all kinds of PRODUCE;
rind pay the highest market prices.
March 8; 1873. 2-48tf
All those knowing themselves in
debted to the firm of O. Fox & Bro. will
piease call ana settle tneir account. .
TREE SEEDLINGS BY THE MILLION
2,000,000 Norway Seedlings, 1 year old, at
f 2 per thousand.. : -
5,000,000 Sugar Maple Seedlings 1 year
: old, .at 50 cents per thousand.
5,000,000 White Beech Seedlings, 1 year
old, 50 cents perthousand.
2,500,000 White Canoe Birch Seedlings, 1
year Old, 50 cents per thourand.-
1,000,000 Abor Vita Seedlings, 2 to 4 inches
nign, au cents per tnousana.
1,000,000 Weeping Spruce Seedlings, 2 W
1 incnes nign, ou cents per tnoa
sand. 1,500,000 White Pine, Seedlings, 1 year
oio, i per tnousana. .
250,000 Scotch' Pine Seedlings, 1 year
old, $5 per thousand.
500,000 RED PINE SEEDLINGS; 1
vear old. 45 ner thousand.
- - 50,000 Grey Pine Seedlings, 1 year bld
per tnousana. '
100,000 White Elm Seedlings,- to 12
inches high, $2 per thousand. ' -200,000
Silver Maple Seedlings, 1 to 2
feet high, f 2 per thousand.
All kinds, sizes, and varieties of trees
and seedlings adapted to forest culture, for
timber, wood, lots, screens, 'wind-breaks,
and every purpose for which forest trees
and evergreens are , desirable, at prices
witniu the reacn or an. JfiJS jn ex ju.,
2:i9m2 Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. -
THE STAR BAKERY!
MA IX BTBEST, . COBVAIAIS,
HESRY WARRIOR, rROPRIETOB.
FAMILY SUPPLY' STORE,
BREAD, GAKES, PIES, CANDIES, TOYS,
Etc., always on hand ; also, - -: '
PURE WISES, LIQUORS ASD CIGARS
,,.. AT ..WHOLESALE. ;
March 8, 1873. " 2:i6yl