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THE BENTON DEMOCRAT.
rOTFICIAL PA PEE FOB" BEXTOS COUNTY.
I? SATURDAY, : JUNE 21.
RIPPLE ALIAS MITCHELL . ,
This individual is attracting eonsitf
. erable attention at the present : time, on
account of gome tferelopments that have
unM bCBn made in the history of hia life,
, showing bine entirely unworthy the po
v aition he now fills. When he became a
candidate for the United Stales Senate,
and bis friends were pressing his claims
against those of men that were' above
reproach, and be was at the Capital
himself, resorting to every possible
- means to secure hie election, it was well
' known that he was- the willing tool of
Ben llolladay, and had been ever since
Holladay came into the State, and was
not a fit Euan to- be entrusted with the
t position of United States Senator; but
the Puke hod ent furth'Tua fiat, and
his minions dare not disobey. I The re
, suit that to-day we see young Ore
. gon humbled in (be dust; ber fair es
cutcheon blotched, her integrity stained
and she made a hissing and ' byword of
reproach, through her Senator with an
alias. When the charges were first
'made against the lion (7) Senator, peo
pie were generally surprised but not
those who had watched his actions
closely and it was expected that he
would hurl forth an indignant denial;
but instead of that he has filed his plea
of confession and avoidance, and this
; commonwealth is entitled to a judgment
. against him by default, on his own
-i showing, and to demand of him that he
" no longer disgrace this State by at
tempting to represent her in the coun
cils of the nation. -
The- charge that he left Pennsylva
nia with other men's money is met by
a statement that no man has lost a cent
t byhiin; the same kind of proof would
.. clear a man of larceny; all' that he
. would have to do would be to pay for
' the' property stolen, when he was
caught, and the demands of the law
would be met. This kind of an argu
; meqt may be very consoling to Mr.
Hippie, under the circumstances, but
will be treated with the contempt it de
t serves : by sensible men. Hia excuse
for changing his name is a miserable
u subterfuge, and worthy only of con-
'.;d? w tempt. Is there a sane man in Oregon
-rr Sa that would assume a talse .name, and
"I 'r.t.- 'mpose upon jthe community., in which
, - r, . he lives, because he had been unfortu
t.:ui i! nate enough to have domestic troubles?
"n-J It seems that Hippie's domestic troubles
33" y Jj not prevent him from seeking , con
,,,, r eolation, at a very early day, in the so
c"ity and companionship of another wo--i?n
-.! ttan, with whom lie came to California
Bi-ij;;. and passed as his wife; and this is thesa
'J cret. of his .changing bia name; like
-jU -m'j ian7 other villain that would desert hia
JjLiitiWife--fend children, and take, np with
.cn;' such a woman as was willing to ; bear
."JllSi. v: . -i .
j be was anxious to ; bide himself from
. the aze of honest men, and cover up
t ih ithe double crime of desertion arid adul
c! "tery by the cognomen or Mitchell, and
"9' thereby 'elude . pursuit or run pleasant
contact with' the officers of justice, who
might be en his track. ' :After Mitchell
.iif- ; j 'arrived "in Oregon ; it appears 'that he
; nifi.i deliberately committed the crime of big-'"ur-cu?
Ani marrying a - lady in Portland,
.Y "while he had; a wife living.in. Butler
Si -IT :connty Pennsylvania, a wife! wbo3e
jriHii i plain, Unvarnished story carries with' it
the conviction of truth, and shows that
U this man Hippie has been guilty of
erimes which, but tor the statute or lim
itations, would eonsign him to the Pen-
itentiary.:''-f,:'w. J:'; s ."i
t. . In the first place, it seems that, while
i a school teacher, he took advantage of
the position be occupied and sedueed
Sadie Hoom, one of hia pupils,- she
-arfti'fjj teing then a girl of fifteen, years of age,'
' young and inexperienced, liable t fail
'n't . into the snares of an ' accomplished vil
b -i e'jlaiii;. while he was' a man of mature
,"j3 yearsr and if he ever j had any moral
3 i t f ribeiple, it should have been sufficient
f. t.a cJty strong to prevent him from destroy?
::e.:i ing 'the reputation and happiness of one
placed in his charge;, but the libertine
is a moral outlaw, that regards neither
--.d 1 tne laws or uoa or man, a social Deast
f prey r whose ravages desecrate the
i..' , altar and the hearth, to minister io his
i unholy lusts, and whose crimes, in their
, i effects upon society and npon his vio
,t i,. 4 tima, i - thousand- times more to be
' dreaded than the knife of .the -assassin,
; . or the bullet of the murderer.
The next " youthful indiscretion !
that Mr.-Hippie is guilty o ,ifl thatof
1 ' ' bringing a mistress into his family and
r " ' keeping her there as his paramour, in
the- fa of hie wife and chiidreu, and
when remonstrated with by his wife for
such conduct,he curses her and threatens
to kill h(r beautiful conduct for an hon
orable man -and finally runs, off .ath
hia aflrhity to California,'where shJhis
appears, and Higpletorna op! in Ok&;
gotii It la" useless tor the Hon(?) Sen
ator to crave the charity of an indignant, J
outraged public; he has, no right to ex
pect it, and his' evil deeds "has put in
every honest band a whip to lash the
rascal naked through tbe'world." ' , r
ApoLOGT.--Our readers will excuse
any lack of miscellaneous news matter,
in this, issue, as our columns are crowd
ed with the proceeding of the late Far
mers' Convention, which we deem' of
vast importance to the people of Ore-
gon. ' ' '
To do Holladay 'a dirty work in or
ganising bands of ruffians for the pur
pose of surrounding the polls in Port-,
land Intimidating legal ; voters and
trampling under foot the wilP of the
taxpayers is what Hippie alias Mitch
ell calles "honest endeavor."
; Caed op Thank 8. -M. J. Allphih
wishes to return thanks to students ol
the Agricultural College, for their lib
eral patronage during the past week.
Halaey and Lebanon each have a
brass band. -
Sixteen citizens of Holt county, Mis
souri, are en route' to Eugene.
The Fourth will be generally cele
brated throughout Oregon.
The Jacksonville Sentinel publishes
a map. of the seat of the Modoc War.
The Modoc- Chiefs have had then
pictures taken.- '
The machinery is being put into he
Oregon City Woolen Mills.
Work on the Oregon Code will be
commenced by September 1st. "
The Boseburg lime has proved to be
the best o i the 'coast. " -
Rich iron ore has been discovered
two miles back of Oregon City. . x-
Gold has been discovered in Ochoco
Valley, thirty miles from the Dalles.
- Albany farmers have purchased C.
Westlake's fine warehouse, for $12,000.
A fire alarm1 attachment has been
added -to the Eugene Court House bell.
- A quarry of stone, closely rBem
bling the famous French burr, has been
discovered on the Santiam. ,. . j i
, A joint-stock warehouse is to be built
at Iudependence, by. the farmers . of
Oak Grove and Monmouth.. ! li 1
: The Courier reports strawberries
four inches in circumference grpw.n bjr
Mr. Burbank in -Tamhill county.. . .
Articles of incorporation of the Mc
Senzie Warehouse have been' filed Ju .
the County Clerk's office, at " Eugene.
The foreman of the Dallas Republi
Ban has the measles, and that sheet
comes to us on the 'half shell."
. Santiam farmers aver that they were
imposed upon when storing wheat in.
theO.j&OV R. H. Co.'S; warehouses; ;
i Leo Hudson died on the 2d, from in-.
juries ; received by falling through a
stage at ot. ij.iuis, several weeks ago.
' The friends of JacobRupp, who has
been tor on year,1 and is now,-, lying
ill, at the Dalles, are notified that be is
in need. of assistance,. L r.; s :
' An attempt was maae, on Tuesday
last, to. fire the': residence -of Reuben
Glaze; at Dallas, hut the' flames were
extinguished before any damage re
sulted. , .-' ;
Official rpport s have been; received
by the Governor ehowing that none jof
the Oregon Volunteers were " near , the:
late killing of the Modoc captives, aud
denouncing the report connecting ; them
with the transaction as malicious. '
FLASHES OF ULUUTL'0. ..,
Wool in Boston, pulled 23 to ' 53c
per poond . f , : "
Susan B. Anthony found guilty. .Sen:
tence not yet passed, . . ; v '
- On the 18th inst there were 11 deaths
from cholera in Memphis, Tenn. . . i?
; Meacham is at . present, engaged in
preparing a report of. his attempt, to
pacify; the Modoca. .n i , J : - i ; ba
Anti-Chinese excitement ' runs fhigh
in Saa Francisco. - ' A
There were eighty-two deaths in San
Francisco' last week two by , suicide.
' San Francisco has six Italian . rape
ease la the Police Court. Caa? they do
. :ilx-President.. Johnson proposes,, to
run,; for Governor of Tennessee, in tber
falU'i .' Jr. .r ' V:; ; :
. A dispatch from the GreatiEasterd
on the 18th inst report 443 ' miles of
cable paid out: ; -& - !
'. The NaVy Department has purchas
ed the British "steamer Tigress, " for the
Polaris search expedition.", j j
'' Several shocks of1 earthquake re
cently frightened fhe people of Valpa
raiso aud the south parts of Chili. -
The ship Dorris arrived . at Halifax
on the 28th Inst with six. cases of j el
low fever on board. Oae died ou the
.Three thousand cases of salmon and
6,000 barrels of flour, were - shipped
Upm Sao Francisco to New York yea
Wrday, -..-. . ',-
Strket Improvemesi's. Deputy Mar
shal Raririy has been busy, this " week, re
pairing our streets, .and filling .np ia low
places, and near crosswalks, a much need
ed Improvement., The dirt used in filling
up is hauled from the-excavation being
made for. the new warehouse that is now
being built by the Benton County Farm-
:ff JifKETfNO. Xliere, will be a meeting, of
the little girls, ot this city, held tbis even
ing at ibe- Presbyterian. Church, at the
ringing of the bell, for the purpose of se
lecting tuose to represent we uiuereni.
States and Territories. Throw, in a few
large ones too .- '' -'
Tiea Bbokkh. John Tantis, living on
Little Elk, on Thursday last, while driv
ing some sheep his horse -stumbled and
fell, breaking one of bis legs short off just
above the ankle joint,.; Medical aid Was
summoned as soon as possible. ' ' .
: Changed 11 anus. Sol. King has pur
chased the drays, trucks; etc., formerly run
by James Eglin, aud is now prepared to
do hauling of all kinds on-short notice.
Ox A Visit. E. G. Head, Editor-in-Chief
of the Bknton Democrat went to
Portland on Tuesday last. He will return
the first ot the comiug week. .
Branch Brewery. joe Hunt has open
ed a branch establishment in Eugene for
the sale of his excellent beer. : Charley
bteim does the honors.. " -iio , , . ...
' Base Bali.: The match game played
between the Athletics and Homoletics of
this city, on last Saturday, resulted in the
victory of the former. . ' .r--.
Deceased. -The wifeof Hon. James Gin-
le, ex-Representative from this county,'
ied ou Monday of last week. ,
Repaibino. Several of the sidewalks
along Main street received much; needed
repairs last Saturday.
. Firbcuackebs. VV estheimer received
au invoice of firecrackers last night: : All
in good time for the Fourth. t ' '
A girl in. Iowa, without legs, has
married-a man without-'arms, and the
local papers say they gel along splen
didly. ' - ;
HOWARD .JUSTICE In this City, on
. the 16th iust at the residence ot the
. bride's parents, Mr. Henry Howard to
" Miss' A. B. Justice. ... :'; ; . ..
! No cards. V , . . ": - . ' '
FISHER ML'LKEY In this city, on the
15th inst., by E. Holsr-ite, J. P., Henry
Fisher to Mrs. Roine Mulkey, both of
inis county. . - - - . . i f
' We aekuowledge the receipt -of a boun
tiful sup.nly of cake, accompanying the
above notice. May summer clouds alone
adorn their skv. and niav their home ever
be made bright by the innocent prattle of
young "naners. -y . i
"nteSw - x his Week.
;1 ;',- v.?v- 'I:,-j--
PROCESSION TO BE FORMED AT
Presbyterian Church at 10 o'clock A;
M., in the following order; ,t ,
' "'T 1 Corvallis Brass Band: ;
5 Orator of the Day and Reader;
,iiniJ o? president and Chaplain;
Representatives of States and Territories:
eol'vl Sabbath Schools tit thfrCity;
. Albany Fire Company;
w:uo CorvalZis Fire Company;' .
ri Big Six,'' drawn by sii horses;' ' "
. - Citizens on foot; -
,;ry..-a Citizens ia carriages; etc.j ' ; '
And-will then inarch up Fourth" street., tp
corner of Fourtli and vyashingtan; thetioi
to Second;, thence dowii Second to the cor
ner of Second and Van.Bui en, i thence to
Fifth 'streetj;sup .the, same to the Court
House Square. '.'."! J. , ) AJV.-. -f,
- PROGRAMME: ,
VaJT':.H .HusiCby the Band; ; J
' Prayer by the Chaplain; t ; (
Reading ot Declaration , of Independence;
Music by the Band;11
i; . . OraUon, ' .;
, HON. GEO. Rl HELM; J.
Music by, the Band; ,
si. J.c;a Original poem, 1 . 1
t I. , MART. TAYLOR;, - " -,t
- (, -Dinner;
- t ' --; Music by the Baud; ;
i- t'- 't Toasts and Responses; ' .
Plug Uglies parade with grand military
... i ;jr.- - - music, ,. .
"Big Six' , will be manned precisely at 4
.o'clock preparatorytjto jthro vying water.
Immediately; after, r dancing at the Pa
, CCMMITTEE CFJlRRAJiCEMCtTS: '
3T. P. Briogs, ' G.'P.' WsksV,' &
S. E. Robinson,- ; N1. H . Eabbbr . "
. r - i i. W. IIatbubw. .. 4
a A Estray Notice.
TAKEN tTP BT THE UNDERSIGNED I-IV-ing
live. miles north of Cotvalils, on the
tain road, one sorrel man, fifteen hands high,
six or seven years ef ago, with two- fore feet
and one hind foot white, and small star in
forehead. -Saddle marks on back. Appraised
at. , P. 9EKSOX. -.
CorvaTiK Jn ! 1873,' , . l9w ,
f I r- -
Rates of Advertising.
TBANSIKKT ADVIBTI8IKO. .
Orie square, twelve lines or lessJSoni .
pareil measure, f 2 50 for first insertion )
and $1 00 for each subsequent insertion.
Cash required in advance. '' '
TIME ADVBBT18EB3 i
Will be charged at the following rates
. ' Bills payable quarterly : 'f
One square one week .... .". . .' .". . . $ 1 60
Two squares, r1; rrK.. .. -Xf 00
Three " . . .2.50
One-fourth colurnn,' one week....". ' . 6 00
One-half JW -., 7.00
One column, " .... 12 50
One Square, one month.... ..j. .i..Z 00
Two squares, " . . t... .. . 6 00
Three " " 6 00
One-fourth column, one month.... 9 00
Oiie-haif : ' ,' : -....4 .15 00
One column, l " ,' Jf!f ':. ! ..,;20 00
One square, three months . .-. ,' 5 00
Two squares, 4i ;:. :-? ; 7 00
Three ; " , . , ........ 10 00
One-fourth column, three mo.... 15 00
Half-column, 'v ".' " . ... , 20 00
One column, ' K" . 35 00
One square, six months.. .... 8 00
Two squares, . ! ' . 13 00
Three 4t " .... .... .. 15 00
One-fourth column, six ,.,.. - 25 00
One-half column, u 35 00
Onecolumn, 1 ' ' " i...., 60 00
One square, one year.... ;... ..... 15 00
Two squares, " ,..,(;..;t; 18 00
Three squares,:,! ", ...'.'.... 20 00
One-fourth column, one year., ... ; 35 00
One-half column, . 6Q 00
One column " "( " '.. .. .. 100 00
- Local notices will be inserted at 20 cents
per line, for first insertion : and lOeents
per line for each subsequent insertion.:
Legal' notices charged at transient"
rates, and payment required upon their
expiration.. .No charge for proof of pub
lication before a Notary, f . '"
Liberal discount to regular yearly
advertisers. , - : i- , ;. -:
Professional cards, $12 per. annum.
' . Oregon Official. Directory.- ,; .
- EXECtrnva department., "! . : i
Govenor.... .... .... .. L. F. Orover.
Secretary of State.. . ....S. F. Chadwick.
Treasurer of State.... ....L. Fleischner.
State Printer.... Eugene Semple.
State Librarian.. .....IS. C. Simpson.
Register of State Lands ..E. S. McComas.
COSGRESSIONAL. -: . '
tr. S. Senator.... .'...V.James K. Kelley.
-' - tSC-.-f. .... .. H. W. C'orbett.
Congressman ...... ...V James H. Slater.
- i t : FEDERAL OFFICERS. " "1H '
U. S. District Judge , j.. . ...M. P. Deady.
U.S. Marshal.. ,;;... Tho's G. Young.
Clerk U. S. ourt ........ K. Wilcox.
Surveyor General... ,W. H Odell.
Sup't Ind. Aftairs .... A. B. Meacham.
IT. 8. Assessor.... : .... ..-..Thos. -Frazer.
V. S. Collector...; ..W. Bowlby.
'. LAND OFFICERS.
W: R. Willis, Register, .... Rosbeurg.
B. Herman, Receiver, ............ lt -.
Owen Wade, Register, ....Oregon City.
Henry Warren, . Receiver, .... . " , . .
J. H. Stevens, Register, ..La Grande.
D. Chaplin, Receiver, .... .... "
- BUPRFME COURT. ' " V--V '.
P. P.. Prim, Chief Jsutice, 1 Jacksonville
A, J. Thayer, .... .... Corvallis
B. F. Bonham.... ,.,..;..v...". Salem
W. W, Upton, , ....Portland
LV L. Mc Arthur.'....'.... .....Baker City
- ' " JUDICIAL DISTRICTS.' n .'.i .
. First District : ' Jackson and Josephine
Jd District: Benton, Coos, ' Curry, Doug
las and Lane - -3d District : Linn. Marion,
Polk and Yamhill 4th. District : Clacka
mas, Columbia, , Mulnomaa Tillamook
and Washington.' 5th District : ; Grant,
Umatilla. Union and Wasco.
,.:?.-...! TERMS OF CIRCUIT COURTS. ! 1
First District In the county of Jose
phine, on the fourth Mowlny iu October;
Jackson, 'second Monday in February,
June and November. ;"
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Second Districtr-Douglas,,' third Mon
day ; in October, and second .Monday in
May ; Coos, four.'h 'ifouday in May, and.
second ionday in September ; Curry, first
Monday in June ? Lane, third Jtfonday in
April, and -rflrst JKonday In ; November j
Benton, second iifonday. in , April, and
third ilfonday in Noyember. : j -a-.) ;
Third District Linn, fourth jtfonday in
March, and .second Monday in- October;
Marion, second ilfonday in March,' June
and November .' Polk., second Monday in
May, and fourth ilfonday in November ;
Yamhill, second Monday- in- AdHI, and
fourth Monday in October ; ; Tillamook,
second Monday in July. : ,',. f -''-;
. Fourth District-Clackamasj 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
and fourth' Tuesday in January Wash
ington, fourth Monday to May, and first
Monday in October.- -'' ,! : '--'
Fiffh District Wascor third Monday in
June, and eetrrtt Monday in Xft ember ;
Grant, first Monday in June,' and third
Monday in September ; Baker, third Mon
day in May, and first Monday in October:
Union, first Monday in May, and third
Monday in October ; Umatilla,"last Mon
day in April, ' and the fourth .Monday in
October. t : ; ujc-:l::
: : j Bentn Caraty Blreefory. .
Countv Judge. i...-.'i... John Burnett.
County Clerk ...,B. W. Wilson.
Sheriff -. J. S. Palmer.
Commissioners, J. Chambers, J. Edwards.
Treasurer ; . . .:. . ....... William Groves.
Assessor U..-.J.. W. H. Johnson.
School Superintedent.,... ..,iA. Brown.
Surveyor -. .... George Mercer.
Cororier Dr. T. J. Right.
Justip of the Peace.. W: R. Privett.
Constable ...... i James Graves.
TERMS OF COUNTY COURTS. ' "
On the First Monday in each Month.-
. H. E. HARRIS.
ON HAND" AGAIN '.AT., THEi OLD
- STAND, ' 7
PR0CEBT AND PROTISIONj STORE.
V? November 8, 1872.. ' : ; 2:29tf
i . . 7-rr
-. ' Stockholders' Meeting. ;, .,.
TVTOTICE.JS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
IN'- a meetUig of -the stockholders of the
held at the Court House, In. the city of
Corvallis, mmi Saturday, the 19th day of
uiya one o ciuuK p. iu., xur luc
of-. increasing the capital stock,. -and to
transact mxcii other business as may be
thought proper when met. .
Per order of -the President. " .f ' "
. C. E; MOOR,; Secretary f
t CorvallK June 14. 18737. r 3 -8m
DR. f. Xf. BIDDLEj
Having jmrctiased tne interest Of Dr. D. S.
Stryker in the DENTAL BUSINESS,
would ieTectf&l vnnnonnee to the citizens
of Corvallis and vicinity that he. is now
prepared to perioral r L-
FIRSTCLASS DENTAL OPERATIONS
In the most approved styles, oh short noi-J
2 tice, and at reasonable charges . 47
: JOHN BOSWELL, M. i p., .
PHYSIC IAN A N D SU R Q 0Hlt?
? . :-'..-,.CORVAI.LiS.:... --f" -''
Will attend promptly to all caflg In the
i ; : . :b line of bis profession, i
Office at Graham & Bayley 's I Drug Store.'
RESiDBNCK7-Southwest corner "of second
- i5 block north of Court House.
: .October 25, 1872. -'' :- : ' - 2:27tf '
:r-.;;.'. FO IE i, M.;:;j,-y-;J
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
' ' J' V OFFICE AT --'--.;- -'-
r draJsaia's viag Store, 7 , J
r 2:I5yl CORVALLIS. v '
i.T. V. B. EMBREE, -V f!
PHYSICIAN :s AND SURGEON;
Polk County, Oregon."; . Office at Resi
2:50 deuce. ; 6m
BY3U C. SIMPSON. E. B. 8TONE,
.. . ., . . ,i Notary Public .
SIMPSON & STONI;.
A T TORN E Y S AT - L AW,
SALEM,. OREGON, ; : .
Will practice-in all the Coui-ts ol the
i Third Judicial Lnscrtci.
OFFICE Opposite Chemeketa Hotel. r
. : S:Syl -- ,
Justice of the Peace. v
CORVALLIS - -.
. - . - Oregon.
XTTTLL GIVK PKOMPT ATTENTION TO THE
V V Collflctlon of notes and accounts.
Particular attention paid to all business en
trusted to ms care.
Office in New Engine House, Upstairs,
R. Si STRAHAN c
, . . ; ( ; Attorney at Law.
J CORVALLIS; OREGON.
K-Offick corner Stl and Monroe Streets.
. -. ... ;: .: " : 4matr.
r. A. CBENOWKTH,
' CorvaUj. i:
. X. K. SMITH,
". ' Linn Co. '
CHENOWETH &, SMITH. ;
COBVALUS, OREGON. ,
COffick at the Court House.
; ; JOHN BURNETT, ;
' '. : Attorney at Xato, -
: , CORVALLIS, : , OREGON.
Wil practice in the Supreme and Cir
cuit Courts of the State. -' ' ' !
'-'"OFFICE AT THE COUET-HOUSE.
... , , , . . : : ylnol9yl. "
-'.- A. J. LAWRENCE, ,
AT TO R NET -A T - Ii'A'.W ;
." ' Room No. 22, Dekum's Building-',
. PORTLAND, OREGON- V '.
:Alarch8, 1873. '. '' " 1,-" 4 2:46yl '
t W. T. JOHNSON, .
iPi Notary-Public and Conveyancer.
May be Jound ,at .Dr.. Bayley's Store, on
, r, Main 'Street.',.,.- ''.'".
- 'Conveyancing done on short notice and
satisfaction guaranteed. ,-, .
NEW STORE ; ;
EliK CIT Y;; ' ',
WE TAKE THIS METHOD-OF IN
formiug the inhabitants of the Ya
qulnaBay, and the surroundiug country,
that we have opened a store at thei above
place, and keep 'constantly on hand' an
assortment of GENERAL MERCHAN
DISE, suchas, ,. : ,., tV:i;.
COUHXRtES;' ' . 'it' "A
0 " BOOTS and SHOES i ;r '
HATS and CAPS . ,
.CIGARS & TOBACCO.
And we shall endeavor to sell our goods
n1 , FORCASH -y
At a very low margin. , . ' .
We will also pay the HIGHEST CASH
PRICE for mDES. FURS and SKINS,
; v2no6tf.; .. .!. , ,
i . ' .-y DEALER Ilf
S A D D IE s, harness;
B RIDLE S H IP S L A S H E S ,
i ' SADDLERY HARDWARE, ETC
Carriages Trimmed, and Job Work done on
52 ' Main Street, Corvallis.
! Hotice" of Final Settlement.":- - -
NOTICE' li'nereby f;iventhaile aiMler
. signed,- Admin intrator of tne estate of
Elizabeth Foeter, deceased, having fllad his
accounts in said estate, for final settlement,
the first Monday.the seventh day of Jniy.1878,
at 10 o'clock a. in. is the time set by the Court
for hearing -objections to said accounts, and
making final settlement of the same.
- JAME8 FOSTER, . ,
Administrator of the .Estate of Elizabeth Fos
' -' ter, deceased. ' : ,
. . By order of John Burnett, County Judge. .
1 Jtime 7, 187S, .m? ' ,k-j:,',ii!w; 3:7w5 "
jet . .
The Jaw of.Newspapeff.
?Tf Subscribers who do nojt give expresst
t,..c wutntry are considered aa
wishing tor cDntimw their subscriptions. '
; S.Hanv'subsoribeifH iMapir tl rf!.
tinuance ofihelr newspapers, the publisher'
may continue ta send them until all ar
rearages are paid. -J .
3. If subsiRribers ne elect or refuse to takrf
their newspapers,irpm tb offices to which
they are directed, the law holds them m-
spensiblenntil they have settled the bills
shut jtlwtm1 4-ttr?r ?t,if.' X
i'ii If subscribew'removrfto other places'
without tnforarlng the piiblfaW, and the"
newspapers are sent to the former direC
tin, ,wrey are ueltl responsible. -
5. The courts have decided that refusing
to take newsoaners from the' offlp. m m.
moving and leaving them Uncalled for, ia
prima tacie eyiaenoe or intentional fraud.
6. The postmaster who neglects to give
the legal notice of the neglect of a person
to take from the office the newspapers ad-'
dressed to hifaf 4s liable' to; the publisher1'
tor tne suoscnptien price.
V. R. 1 COMPANY'S $tUm&
. governor groyeb,
ill Leave corvallis for
Portland and IntAnnndiatA nlacea.
every Tkay.; 1 'L. -
FREIGHT ASP PASSE RATS
Milwauki".. .... ..
Oswego. .:. .'. . . . . .
Oregon City., i...'
Butteville. . .
Fairfield... .. ..
Wheatland .'... ..'
Lincoln. .. ..;..'.V
Salem I.... .'.
Eola.... .. v. .......
Albany, .v .. ..
Corvallis. . . . ; t
Peoria,. . .-. .. .,;.
' 3 50
. 3 75
. - S6.
1 50 0
. U bO
' ! 2 00
: 2 75
Ulelery's Landing. '
Eugene City.. ...
Marcb 29. 1873.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
GRAHAM & LAYLEY,
' corvallis . . . . . onsen.
Drugs, :: - -
Medicines, - -
Paints, Oils, '
- Glass, Putty, -
;,'".;'' nl Dy Stnffli,.
A Fine Assortment of Lamps and Lamp-
." , . ..; y -.: i-:-.; . Stock. '.
Pure Wines ' and Liquors for Medicinal
use only. ( ... j ; j j;- ' v;r.ii '
pounded at all hours. ' '
ALLEN & WdoDWARIT,
DRUGS AKD iy!ED!CE3
V'--;' FO -.-.r -.
rPAINTS, OILS, CLASSY AC.
' At Very low price, Xor cash.
At San Francisco catalogrne price - Bf iscellaiMr
ous Books, Stationery 4c-.'J.
. . . Fishery Block,! Corvallis Oregtwr
oJ " r WB Axi rHErAKBpTO f4xiicBTB
8 r! n:-- Kt,; .--j j : J Lint ,1m
' E f E R t1 E S'C K i P X 1 0 H
.. . , '-, . .- -....! . 'Kl-
PLAIN &, OBAHNTAL.
.... .... J OB WORK
i, At Price-inat Defy Conpetlton.
;rir..';.: t y ?'ir .'.yAjBtst aaf
. . ainim aflfucrrs& row
POSTERS, (PWa or Colored!;
- B1U-KEADS " -- '
. . i o.'n.-.i
' , CIKCUUKSr , (
, .! v,v-w, BUSINESS CARSSn
, , ' r)i "v. J. -t
Etc.. .... 2.'..to. ....Etc..
. . . , ' ) ,
CALL AND EXAMINE SPECIMENS..
t i ' ' ' AT THB.' '" ,
"s s CORVALLIS.
Phvsician's Prescrintions carcfullv Com- I
..;.- CORVALLIS OREGON, A,
Shop Opposite .Max. f Friend!;'. Stort-, - i - v,
A U work executed! with neatness and is ,
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