The Benton democrat. (Corvallis, Benton County, Or.) 1871-18??, April 19, 1873, Image 3

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THE BENTON DEMOCRAT.
CORVALLIS. ..APRIL 19. 1873.
nnwnhgcln. limrV 85 I Greenbacks, sell'ft
Gold in New York , 1J9
.V ' : LIST OF AGEX'IS.
, -The following named persons are anthor-
e Jzed to receive ana receipt rqr subscription
and advertising ror tins paper :
New York-..., .....Geo. P. ltowell & Co,
San Francisco
P. Fisher,
Portland....
East Portland..... ..
CoRVALus . . . . . A .
. - - Newport ...
Newton....'..:.....
Toledo.,.,,.,,.
"m Starr's Point . . .,,
" philomath .
JCing's Valley.:.: ...
. Alsea ...;,'...,"..;
Summit..
galem.f -v-"?-.
Albanyv..j ...V.:.. .
2 ecio . .. ..... .... .
Pallas.... , , ...
Junction City'.,'.'.,
v -Jacksonville .... ....
Empire City
.v. . . Tlieo L. Smith
...... Major Johnson
.V... IS. Holgate
Kufus MeLane
E.N. Sawtelle
. .,.,11. B. TlwasJier
Robert Herron
.John Well
.. . ..Britt. Wood
., .... .... J. Holgate
:v..Stib. Mulkey
.. . . . .J. 'B, McClane
. . J. J. Whitney
... .... .. .J. C. Head
,Ly.eurgus -Vineyard
.. ..Louis Salomon
.. .. .... J. S- Herrin
.. ....Harry Howard
.POSTOFFICE KEGISTF.B.
Post Office-r-Corner of Main and Jeffer-
eon streets. -
. ''. Mulls Arrive:
From Albany (North and South), Daily, at
j.- . 3:30 n. m.
From Portland (via Westside), Daily, at
4:00 f: W. "i ; , : :
From Yauuina Bay, "Weekly, Saturday, at
' 4:00 p. m.
r - . Mafia Denart:
For Albany (North and South), .Daily at
- 8:45 a. m. ' :
For Portland (via Westside), Daily, at
6:00 a. m.
. For Yaquina Bay, Weekly, 'Monday, at
7:00 a. in.
Itf nlla Close:
ForAIbany (North and South), Daily, at
""8:30 a, m.
For Portland (via Westside. Daily, at
f t "8:00 n. m. '- ': - ;
Tor Yaquina Bay, Weekly, Sundays, at
8:00 p. m. .
jfv Office Hours--Frotn 7:30 a, m. to 8p. m
- SundavsOfnce open 30 minutes after
arrival of Eastern mail.
. Money Order Office Hours from 0 a. m.
to B p. IB. J . A. llAfl IN A, r. IU.
tows asd country.
1 ' Os the Upper BivKu.-The Willamette
ijliver Transportation Co. 's steamer Carrie,
: having !been thoroughly overhauled, was
'to ply between' here and points above,
in connection with the Grover. She made
, -a trip to Harrisburg and back this week,
but from some cause, returned , to Port
land. The Calliope will shortly be put on
-ibetween here and narrisburg.
Fink Painting. Our attention was
' .cilled. the other day, ; to some beautiful
specimens of painting in the shop of Hen
rv Fisher.' Besides doing the finest
"Equality of Oriental, and ornamental wagon
pwork, Mr. F. is a house painter of no or-
-.dinary ability. - He has just completed the
Minting of tlie large two story building of
'II. P.. Harris, on fcirst street.
; J Maiiinb Woums. Benj. Pilbean, Esq.,
"Sias shown us a piece of wood, eaten by
marine worms, which is a curiosity. It
came from a logfivc feet in diameter, .the
;whole of which was perforated by smooth,
'plastered, cylindrical holes, . small at the
outside, and gradually growing larger, as
jthe worm fattens on the wood.
The Phcenix. Elsewhere in thi3 paper
will be found the new advertisement of
the Phoenix Fire Insurance Company.
This company has a reputation for, being
one of the most, reliable institutions in the
Uuifed States.- J. A. Hanna is the local
, Agent in this city, Who Js authorised to
issue policies direct; T ' r 1
;! ?' .-.: it ' ' "
.- Qdi. Fellows' Excursion. -The Odd
"Fellows of Albany, having accepted the
Invitation extended by Bafnum Lodge, of
' this city, will celebrate the anniversary of
Odd Fellowship, April 26, hy an excursion
-and picnic here. - Bey. D7 K.' Nesbit will
deliver an oration, and a rich feast may be
.expected. .. ., L '
t' N"bw Butcheh Snop. Mr. Nicholas
JBaesen opened his -market last Monday
morning. Ibis establishment has under
gone a thorough renovation, and the dis
play of meats and other edibles is tempt
ing to the eye-of van emcurean. i This
.gentleman means business and .advertises
Circuit Court. Elsewhere will be
found the proceedings of this Court, up to
last night.--The Court will adjourn tq
,day, when Judge Prim will go to Eugene
nd hold the April term, for Lane count',
continuing two days and a half, closing at
noonnext Wednesday.
'' Episcopal Service. Services at", the
.Chapel of the Good Samaritan next Sun
day, at .11 a. m. and 6 p. va.t . The subject
of discourse at morning service will be a
'Oeijerai Summary of the Teu Command-
raents. . . y - : .-.
i Goms Home. Mr. J. W. May, a student
-f Coryallis College, froni Clackamas coun
ty", returned to his home last Thursday, to
Jake charge of a .school. 1 Mr. May is a
worthy ; gentleman, and we wish him
success. - " ' " " '
Schooner. Capt.. Monroe
informs ns that, the new schooner he- pro
poses to build at Alsea will be fore-and-aft
rigged, and -r ill: carry ; 150,000 feet of
lumber.
James Graves has been putting a fresh
. coat of paint on bis furniture establish
ment, vastly improving it3 appearance. .
-- Matzoth. We -return -
-thanks - to Mrs.
Jacobs for 'goodly; present'
of Jewish
-"shew bread," or t'matzoth."
. PAiSTTsa. Alie Harris has been
pnt-
ting a new coat of flie-roof on Fox's
gtore.'f . . ' -': fi.i.-t -U!-----
Qorra JiLT-We learn tliat Mr. W. W.
JOger of .this city is lying jdangcrously ill.
ANNUAL REPORT
- : ' . - of the , . . :.
School Snperintendeut of Benton County,
Oregon, for Tear Ending April, 1873.
Number of legal voters in dists
reported". . ' " 953
Number of nersons over 4 and ' '
under .20 years of a ae ......... ' 2044
Number of male scholars. ...... 1043
Number of female seholai-3 . . . . . 1001
Number of qrs of schoool taught ' 524
'Average attendance..,,-......,, js vOag
Amt paid teachers from dist. tax$ 330 36
Amount naid teachers from rate
bills and subscription 2779 50
' Received and naid teachers; from
County and State Funds.. .... 3751 27
Apportioned among districts dur
ing the year ,2S10 50
Incidental expenses 42o G
Total amt tax levifd and collct'd 448 47
Value of choolhousesiucluding
Philomath College).: .. 20359 00
Value pf oilier school property. 362 00
The tabulated statement of appor
tionment was published in our Issue of
March 23, 1S73 Ed. Democrat.
Books generallv used iu the schools are
as follows : Spellers, . Sanders'; , Readers,
n ikon s x Geographv, Mordeitti's ; Arith
metics, TLom.ison's; Grammars, Clarke's
and Qnackenbos'' : Penmanship. Spencerian,
Districts No.-. 11,-10, 34 and 39 failed to
report to this othce, according to law ; and
consequently receive no benefit of the
School Fund for this year : and I will state,
for the information of all whom it may
concern, that the' law is quite plain, re
quiring one quarter of school taught in
each District (except newly organized), to
entitle the same to school funds. The Su
perintendent has no discretionary power
in the matter. A. it. JiKOWJN,
6pt. of Schools, for Benton County.
, Xne Concert.
We learn that the concert given by the
Corvallis Dramatic Society, assisted by the
Glee Club, last Thursday evening, - was a
pleasant affair. .Miss ClaraWatt, of Cor
valllis College, read "Red" Jacket" in a
very artistic manner. Prof, ' Johnson re
cited those master pieces, "Shanius
O'Brien" and "Parhasius," with , great
credit. Mr. Baldwin's pantomimes were
executed with taste, and highly apprecia
ted by the audience, Mr. Kayburli read a
very pleasing poem, by John G. Saxe.
The singing by the Glee Club was excel
lent. Altogether the entertainment 'was
a success. The amount realized for the
benefit of a fire bell was ahout $40.
Justice's Cockt.: The following busi
ness has been transacted iu Justice Ilol-
gate's Conrt since our last issue : "
H. P. Harris vs. Jas. M. Monroe ; civil
action to recover money : judgment for
plaintiff for $17 and costs. ;
Jas.'Imbrie vs. A. R. ilfcConnell ; civil
action, to recover money ; judgment for
plaintifl for $34 62 and costs. '
N. P. Briggs vs. - A- R.' McDonnell;
civil action to recover money; -judgment
for plaintifl' for $25 and costs. "
From Monroe. Sweet" William," of
Monroe, put in an appearance last Mon.
day. He says there is nothing important
from Long Thomas, except that John B,
Furguson's " double-geared, hack-action,
revolving, self-cocking, patent-triggered,
stand-from-under, woe-be - unto-you-old-
simgs, stump extractor is doing a rushing
business iu those parts."
Mass Meeting. The citizens of Portland
held au immense mass meeting, last Mon-
day, and passed resolutions of sorrow and
condolence for the death of Gen. .Canby
and Rev. Thomas, and expressing indig
nation at the peace policy of the Admin
istration. . "
Malicious Prosecution . A gentleman
from Monroe informs us that the suit
against Geo. Landerking, forselling liquor
to a minor is an unjust prosecution, as the
miuor had an order from his father. Mr.
L. is reported as a quiet, law-abiding
citizen. - .
The Picture Gallery. Henry Dohse
has thoroughly refitted the Photograph
Gallery, k New paper, . new tables, new
carpets, and a luxuriant sofa are among
the present attractions. " His parlors now
resemble an oriental palace-. Give him
caLV , ,-'...-'i
' IIomh Aqain ).ur genial friend, T. G.
Mulkey, l-eturned last Wednesday from an
extended trip to California and Utah He
looks as Chesterfieldiau as ever, and says
he found no place, in his peregrinations, i
that he liked better than Corvallis.
; " Oregon As-It Is." We have just
received a pyr this excellent work on
the resources and prospects of Oregon, by
W. L. Adams, a resident of the State for
tweuty-five "years.1 WS will notiee the
book more fully next week.;
Sabdlery and Harness. H. P. Harri8
opened out in his new stand last Monday.
Two expert workmen are kept busy en
larging the already fine stock, ot saddles,
harness, whips, etc. Read his advertise
ment, in another column .
Seriously III. For the past three weeks
Hon. A. J. Thayer has5 been confined' to
hi3 room,, with typhoid fever. Dr. Lee,
the attending physician, informs us that at i
a late Hour last uignt ne was a at tie Detter.
- ' ... . ,
SEissiBL'G.-rLeo . Fox informs us that,
oWJg to the crciwded state of the stages
out south now, lady passengers . are com
pelled to remove their hidia-mbber air
bustles, i
Cathomc Services. Services
at the
at the
Catholic Church on Sunday next,
usual hour, 10:30.- Vespers will commence
at 730 p. m. Lecture at 8 p. m
Pottery, Henry Warrior ha3 just re-
ceiyea a nne assortment of crocks, -'flower
pots, jars, stove-joints, etc., ' from the
Buena Vista Pottery.- . :
Gen, Canby's Funeral. Several of our
citizens . went down to Portland, , last f
Thursday, to attend the funeral obsequies
of Gen . Ca nby . -'
The Grover brought up a large number
of passengers and good freights on her two
irjpa tins ween.
's 'reraonnl Items, "'v-
Phil Stanton came up from the Bay last
Thursday. -
" Sweet William " was doing our city
last Monday,
Hon. Geo. K. Helm, of Albany, was in
the city yesterday. , . :
Green B.Smith has returned from east
of the mountains.
Thos. Stoddard, of this county, left last
week, for Fon du Lac, Wisconsin. '. r
Samuel Case, of Alsea Reservation, pass
ed through town last Sunday, en route for
Portland. -. . , . . ; : ..
Lycurgus Vineyard, Esq., our enterpris
ing agent, and Justice of the Peace at Dal
las, is iu town.
Hon. P. P. Prim, or Jacksonville, ar
rived on Sunday, and is holding the pres
ent term of Circuit Court.
: Mr. Hegele the popular gentleman of
Alisky & Hegele's confectionery establishr-
ment, Portland, was in the city yesterday,
Leo FoXj Esq., was in town on Mon
day, having just returned from a "trip to
San Francisco. He looks as blushing as
ever.
AVe had the pleasure of" meeting this
week, Mr. Graves, a nephew of James
Graves, who has recently arrived from
Illinois, to spend a season in Oregon.
Judge , 'Tandy, ' John Crawford, Judge
Baldwin, Judge Whitney, Rev. Wni.
Gird, and Tom Monteith, of Albany, have
graced our city with their presence during
tne wees. , - - -
Witty. Judge Moore is certainly the
wittiest member of the Farmers' Club, and
sends volleys of repartee into the ranks of
his opponents in debate. One of his hits
wa3 made last meeting,and is worth repeat
ing : Mr. Elliott, in the course fif a few
remarks on the organization of Granges,
expressed a desire to become a member,
but, if all the ladies of his neighborhood
were as much opposed to secret societies as
his wife, he feared it would be impossible
to obtain the requisite number of females.
The Judge thought no such difficulty in
the way, when Mr. Elliott again expressed
his hearty approval of the order, and his
desire to become a member. The Judge,
with a sly twinkle in his eye, gravely re
marked that the motives of his friend were
plainly apparent the fact of. his wife's
opposition to the order was probably the
cause of Mr-,, Elliott's desire to join au or
ganization oi wuicn women must neces
sarily necome memhers. - - - - "" ' ' !
Criminal Conspiracy. We are inform
ed that A, H. Whitley, Charles Sutton and
J.M. Phy were arrested, at Daljas, the
otner aay, enargeci with a criminal coiit
spiracy to take th6 life of Reuben or Til-
man Glaze, After a " preliminary exami
nation, Whitley was bound over in the
,snm of $5,060 ; Sutton,' in $10,000; and
Phy, in $2,000. Whitley and Phy gave
bail ; Sutton is in jail. We hope to give
the particulars next week. :
House Moving. Messrs. Pixley and
Stewart are making rollers, preparatory to
removing the Exchange Saloon up to the
corner, on Dr. Bayley's lot, and Bird's
Saloon down adjoining the barber shop,
on Mr. Moore's lot. ' Operations" will
commence next Monday.' CK . -
Enlarged. Our enterprising barber.
Hale Backensto, finding hisishop too small
for the increasing trade, has enlarged it
some ten feet, and erected an addition iiji
the rear. Mr. B. thoroughly understands
ins Du&iness.
New Prices. Jack Alphin announces
that from and after May 1, 1S73, he will
be compelled to charge -fa per, week for
board, and $6," with lodging. He keeps a
first-class house, and these prices are none
too high,
Fine Present, Mr. Milner showed us,
last Monday, a handsome meerschaum ci
gar holder, of unique and exquisite design,
adjustable to a cigar of any size. It was
presented to him by Leo. Fox, Esq.
Removed. W. H. McFarland, Esq.
proprietor of the store and tinware estab
lishment in this city,' has removed to Al
bany, and taken charge of the store of M.
M. Harvey & Co.
The New Hack. The new hack of
Messrs. Dixon ot Bethers, ' mentioned Last
week, was fust put into service last Mon-
day. Daily trips will shortly be resumed
between this ity aud i aquma Bay.
Lively. The Circuit Court being in
session this "week has given, our town a
lively appearance. - A large number of
persons from abroad have been sojourning
with us.
udhagest xi. Jaoigate, Jsq., is our;
authorized agent in this city. He will
collect accounts, and re'eeive and receiDt
lor suuscripuons lor as, ac nis oinee.
Drill. Chief Engineer Wrenn had the
Fire Department out, last Monday, testing
some new suction hose . The "throwing"
was eminently satisfactory.
Special Train. The remains of Gen,
Canby were brought from Roseburg, last
Thursday,-by a special train, In charge of i
miurary auu civic omcers.
The Weather, During the past" week
we have had most delightful weather, en
abling the farmers to complete the plant
ing oi tneir crops. -
New Purser,. Sam. Barclay, of Ore
gon City, is the newly - appointed, hand
some and obliging purser of the Gov.
Grover. r . .
; Roots ! Boots I- Bargains in nna and
coarse custom made boots may be had at
Irvine St, Hedrickson's; ioj; thirty days.
.Everybody buys tnem.
Fresh Seeds; H. E. Harris has just
reccivcdVchoioe lot of. fresh, flower and
garden seeds, which he offers for sale
; cheap.
Hard on "Jolin , s
" We are told an incident which most un
mistakably illustrates the tenacity of the
Oregon farmer,, and his determination to
support the W. R. T. Company." A few
day3 ago, a Polk : county farmer entered
the coopering establishment of John D.
Biles, at Portland, and, purchasinga num
ber of bucket-;, ordered them forwarded by
the steamer Grover. It will, be borne in
mind that John D. is "the Agent of the
Holladay Line, and suavely suggested that
if shipped by the Alice, the goods would
reach their destination sooner than by the
Grover. The . farmer replied that he was
in no hurry,. and " guessed he would have
them shipped on the Grover." The polite
Agent then reminded the farmer that the
freight would be less on the Alice ; but the
honest farmer deemed the freight charges
on a few.buckets but a trifling matter, and
refused to change the'order. John D. then,
with a knowing wink, informed his custo
mer that his buckets, would be landed at
his door, by the Alice, free of cost! but the
sturdy friend of the-opposition refused the
generous offer, and left the enthusiastic
Agent with the parting injunction to ship
his freight on the Grover. ':.-.
, Council Proceedings.
At a special meeting last evening, the
Council received the report of the commits
tee appointed last Monday evening to rep
resent the 'sentiment of the people on , the
license question. The report was a re
quest that the Council instruct the Recor
der to prepare the poll-books, at the next
City Election,"' with two columns- one
"for" and another "against" license. .The
report was unanimously adopted. The
following gentlemen were appointed as
jndge3, at the City Election, to be held on
tne nrst jnonciay in juay : 1st warti, jn . k.
Barber ; 2d ward, Lewis Wilson ; 3d ward,
S. L. Shedd.
The Chief Engineer was authorized to
procure a lock, with twenty keys, for the
Engine House. .
. Tlie Hook and Ladder apparatus was
turned over to the Fire Department.
Permission was granted private parties
to construct cisterns at their own expense.
Picture ; Framing. Henry Dohse in-
forms us that in a few days he will receive
inateria'I,,aud will make the framing of
pictures a specialty '. He will be prepared
to turnisn irames, ana ir.ime pictures oi
any size and in every style. . ... . ,
" AXOllIEK RICHWOSD.
Henry Doitsb would respectfully announce
liiat lie lias, taken cuiu-ge oi
STBTKEB'S FIVTCSE UALLEBI!
and ts prepared to execute all orders for
iMfetit Styles or Pictures.
. - ... . . si.cn as
Opalatyties, Ferrotypes,- Gems, Sun Pearls,
(. ceinoranui, auiui-uijiwb, j-lu.
Call in the Forenoon for ChUdiBn's Pictures,
Oregon Oflleial Directory.
I EXECUTIVE
DEPARTMENT.
Govenor . ...
Secretary, of State -Treasurer
.of JSfate .
State Printer.... .,
L. F. Grover,
S. F. Chadwick
L. Fleischner
., Eugene Semple,
State Librarian
.b. C nimpson,
Register of State Lands.. E. S. McComas.
CONCEESSIOHAL
U.S. Senator.. ..James K. Kelley,
.. XI. W. C'orbett,
Congressman........... James H. Slater
FEDERAL; OFFICERS.
U. S. District Judge M. P. Deady
U. S. Marshal.... .
. ..Tho's G. Young,
Clerk J. S. ourt .
Surveyor General.
. .. ....R. Wilcox
.. ...,W. H. Odell
.;..A. B. Meacliam
Sup'tlnd. Affairs.-.
U. S. Assessor . . . . ,
. . . Tiios. Frazer.
U. S. Collector
, ',; ....W. Bowlby
LAND OFFICERS.,
AV. R. Willis, Register, Rosbeurg.
B. Herman, Receiver,
Owen Wade, Register, Oregon City.
Henrv warren, Receiver, ... .
J. H. Stevens, Register, .... ..La Grande
D. Chaplin, Receiver, '
' SOPKKMB : COUKT.
P. P. Prim, Clnef Jsutice, - Jacksonville
A. ' J.. Thayer, .... .... ....Corvallis
B. F. Bonham..., Salem
W - W. Upton ..Portlaijd
L. L. McArthur, Baker City
. JODICIAL piSTRtCTS.
First District : Jackson and Josephine
2d District s Benton, Coos, Curry, Doug
las and Lane. 3d District : Liiuu, Marion,
Polk and Yamhill 4th District : Clacka
mas; 1 Columbia, Mulnomau Tillamook
and Washington. 5th District : Grant,
Umatilla. Union and Vv asco. - -.- .
. TERMS OF CIRCUIT COCETS.
First District In the county of Jose
phine, on the. fourth Mondny in October;
Jackion, second JUbnday in February,
J uiie and JN ovemuer. . ;
Second District Douglas, third 3fon-
day in " October, and second iUonday in
May t Coos, fourth iuonday in Alay, and
second xlfonuay in beptembcr; Cuny, nrst
Jlfonday in June ; Lane third Jionday in
April, and first Jlonday in Noyember;
Benton, seeoiid Monday in April, and
tnu-d juonday in .N OYember -
Third District-t inn. fourth ilfonday in
March, and second ilfonuay in October :
Marion, second Jfonday in Mardi, J une
and Noveniber . Polk, second TUonday m
May, and ' fourth ' Monday in Novembei-;
Yamhill, second . Monday in April, and
fourth Monday in October ; Tjjlamook,
second Monday in Jnly, . .iLr--..
Fourth District-Clackamas, fourth Mon
day in April and September ; Multnomah,
second Monday in February, June and
October; Columbia, second Monday in
April ;- Clatsop, second Monday in August
anid fourth Tuesday in January ; Wash
ington, fourth Monday in May, and first
Monday in October. -
Fifth District ItaVco,' third Monday in
June, and second Monday in November ;
Grant, first' Monday in -June,- and third
Monday in Septemberr Baker, third Mon
day in May, and first Monday in October;
v mon, nrst Monday in May, ana third
Monday in October : Umatilla. Ia3t Mon
day, in April,, and the . fourth Monday in
October. ' i -.A.i A ..:
Bentn t'oantr Directorr. .- - -
County Judge.... .John Burnetts
County Clerk.,.. .... ....B. W. Wilson.
Sheriff. in . -.. ,j . ... , ...J, 4t. Palmer.
Commissioners, J. Chambers, J. Edwards.
Treasurer f... ..w.i William Groves.
Assessor .,.."W.,H.. Johnson.
School Superintcdent ,: . A. Brown.
Surveyor .... ....George Mercer.
Coroner.':.. . ....Dr. T. JRight.
Justice of the Peace.. -.i..W..R. Privctt.
Constable .James Graves.
- , TERMS OF COUNTY COURTS. .
On the First Monday in each Month. '
KEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
W. R. T. COMPANY'S STEAMER
: C0TERS0R OEOYER, ; v
VT7.IL L LEAVE CORVALtlS FOR
V V - Portland and intermediate places,
every Tuesday and Friday. ,.
FREIGHT AND PASSENGER RATES.
i "i .. "J - ( 'V i
2.CJ 2.o : & ':
B3- t . w ' CD --
$0 75 $0 50 $0 25
1 00 0 50 . 25
1 00 1 001 25
3 00 2 00 1 00
3 00 2 00 1 00
.3 00 ,2 00 ,100
3 25 2 50 1 00
3 25 2 50 1 00
3 50 . 2 50, . 1 00
3 75 2 75 ,1 25
i 00 2 75 1 25
4 50 3 00 1 25
4 75 3 00 : 1 50
4 75 3 00 1 50
5 50 .3 75 200-
5 50 4 00 3 00
6 0Q 4 00 2 00
: q 00 4 00 2 00
6 2q 4 00 - 2 50
7 00 : 6 00 - 2 75
TOWNS.
Milwauki"
Oswego. i . .
Oregon' City
Butteville..ri. ..
Champoeg .
Fairfield .-
Wlieatland . ,.
Lincc-ln... ........
Salem
Eola.. ...
Independence . '. . . '.
Ankeny's Landing
Bunena vista
Albany..,, ..
Corvallis.. . .' .. '. , . .
Peoria . . ..........
Monroe Landing..
Ulelery's Landing.
Harrisburg . ..
Eugene City
B. GOLDSMITH, .
2:49m3 - President.
March 20, 1873.
AT COST I AT COST I AT DOST !
Desiring to make a change in my busi
- ness, and to reduce my -r . J:
LARGE axd complete stock
." ".' . ' OF ; I
dry cao DS.
- OLOTrjINCr,
Etc Etc. . . . . . , .
Etc.
Also, needing money, I will offer,
From and After Monday, March 17, 1873,
FOR SIXTY DAYS
WITHOUT RESERVE,
. . the whole of said stock
AT COST roK CASH
I mean Lasincss, and
C O ST 'MEANS GO &T!
COftlE AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES
iN. a. All persons indebted .to me
on book account will please .come for
ward and settle promptly, thereby say
mg dus J s. , J. R. BAYLEY.
March 15, 1S73. 2:47tf
DRAY AGE! DRAYAGE! BRAYAGE
TTAVIAG purchased the interest of
X i Thomas Fgiiu in the '
TRUCKS AJVI DRAYS
ot this city, dating from tlie 20th of Feb
ruary, 1S73, I am" prepared to do
ALL KINDS CF CITY KAULING,
on short notice, and yit reasonable rates
I assume all liabilities of the late firm
of Thos. Eglin & BrO. All indebted are
requested to make immediate payment
a:4Uinli -JAMKS M. JiGLlJS'
NEW STORE
AT
EL K CITY.
TTTE TAKE THIS METHOD OF IX
V V forming: the inhabitants of the Ya
quina Bay, and the surrounding; countrv.
that We have opened a store at the above
place, and keep constantly on hand an
assortment of GENERAL MEftCIIAN
DISE, such as -: - .
GK0CEKIES
rnovisioxs ' :'y-
CLOTtllKG "' .::-;-.v;;r j.:
- BOOTS and SHOES
HATS and CAPS
"' v-- v CIGAES & TOBACCO.
And we sliall endeavor to sell our goods
-' " : lPOIt OVSII
At a very low margin.
We will also mv the HIGHEST CASn
for HIDES. FUItS and SKINS.
JACOB GLINE & CO.
' V3ll06tt. . ...
Now is the Time!
P. P. GREFFOZ.
TWO DOORS SOUTH OF THE CITY HOTEt,
. .rn VCSBVALLIS, CREGCN, ,
Ifasinst received a fine nKKoftmftnf.Vvf f!ln1rq.
Watches, Jewelry, 4c; whicli lie flcrs for sale
at low prices, ;, ', . ; ,. , is ,
SOLE AGENT FOR
CRESCENT SPECTACLES
Particnlar attention sriven to rerjairinsr
Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, &c. at reason
able prices -Satisfaction guaranteed. " ; "
HENRY FISHER,
HOUSE PAIJf TER ANl SIGN WRITER,
: WAGfOJf, CAEKIAGE,
?r 'mI'S. -f-4in
ORNA MENTAL WORK
Executed with Neatnessaud Dispatch.
MAIN . STREET. . CCRYALLIS. CREGQN.
Opposite Capt. Chisem's Shop.
. - - ,.V ' 2:40tf
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
OTTO FOX,
Corvallis.
-SIGHUND FOX,
Albany.
GREAT EXCITEMENT
, AT .
O. FOX, & BRO.,
PEALEKS Iff
GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
We will receive on the next few steamers
- THE LARGEST AND BEST
STOCK
OF KSERCHANDISi
-Ever brought to the' city of Cor
yalljs, which will consist ot
PEY GOOD S,
CLOTHING, -EOOTS
AMD SHOES, GROCERIES,
CROCKERY, HARDWARE,
FANCY GOODS. .
CARPETIKGS AMD WALL PAPER,
HATS AND .CArS,-,
MILLINERY OOD8f
- . TAINTS, OILS,
F UB. NISHING: GOODS,
Etc.
.Etc.".
.Etc.
Knowing tlie extreme dullness of th.9
times, and scarcity of money, we
will offer to tlie trade of
lSentoii and
the adjoining counties, -our .
complete and well assorted stock
AT GREATLY REDUCED BATES
FOR-t
NINETY DAYS ONLY J
We will Sell from This Date :
Prints (all kinds) 10 cents per yar4
Sheetings .8 to 15 cents per yard
Denims .15 to 20 cents per yard
Delaines 20 cents per yard
Syrup..: .... $4 25 per keg
Sugar .. . ... .... 7 to 10 pounds for $ 1 00
Salnratus .. 12. i cents per poun4
Coffee.... ..1. .. .'.'....'22 cents per pound
Nails.... .... .... .,..12 pounds for $1 00
i ..; ; ALSO, ..''',.":'
Our Entire Stock of-
BOOTS and SHOES
AT SAN FRANCISCO COST!
And Everything Else in sane Proportioa.
Call and examine our stock fceiore pnr
chasing elsewhere' Long experience in .
our line has enabled us to know the de
mands ot the country.
We will take all kinds of PRODUCE,
and pay -the highest market prices.
O. FOX & BEO.
Maxell S, 1873. 2-4itt ;
B" All those knowirftr themselves in
debted to the firm of O.' Fox & Bro. will
please .call and settle their account, . .
TREE SEEDLINGS BY THE T.1LLI0M
2,000,0.00 Norway Seedlings, 1 year old, at
$2 per thousand . "
5 000,000 SugSir Maple Seedlings, 1 yea
old, at 50 cents per thousand.
5,000,000 White Beech Seedlings, 1 yea
old, 50 cents per thousand.
2,500,000 White Canoe Birch Seedlings, X
vear old, 60 cents per thourand.
1,000,000 AborVitaiSeedlings, 2to4iuches
i high, 50 cents per thousand.
1,000,000 Weeping Spruce Seedlings, 2 to
1 iucues ingn, oo cents per tnou
sand. 1,500,000 White Pine Seedlings, 1 year
oiu, (ft per tnousami.-
250,000 Scotch Pine Seedlings, 1 year
old, f 5 per thourand.
500,000 BED PINE SEEDLINGS, I
year old, $5 per thousand.
' m 50,000 Grey Pine Seedlings, 1 year old,
- $10 per thousand. .
100,000 White Elm Seedlings, 6 to 12
inches high, 2 per thousand.
200,000 Silyer Maple Seedlings, 1 to 2
1 'vfeet high, $2 per thousand.- - -
AH kinds, sizes,, and varieties of trees
and seedlings adapted to forest pulture, fcjr
timber, wood, lets, screens, wind-breaks,
and every purpose for which forest trees
and evergreens are desirable, at prices
within the reach of all. PINNEY & CO.,
2:49in2 --. Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin.
THE STAR BAKERY!
i MAIN STREET, CORVAMJ8, ; '
HESBY WABEIOB, : : PBOPBIETOB.
FAMILY SUPPLY STORE.
, GROCERIES,
BREAD, GAKES, PIES, CANDIES, TQYS,
Etc., always on hand; also, -
PURE WESES, LIQUOES ASD CIGAKS
, AT WHOLESALE.
March 8. 1S73. - ' '- 2:46y
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