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WEEKLY C0RVA1LIS GAZETTE.
Corvallis, Fcfc. 6, 1880.-
M. E. CHURCH Regular services every Sunday,
at 11 A. m. and 7 r. M. Sunday-school at the close-of
morning service, with Bible classes for old and young.
Prayer meeting on Thursday evening at 7 o'clock. A
general invitation and cordial welcome.
W. T. Chapman, Pastor.
EPISCOPAL CHURCH The Rev. Mr. Sellwood,
of Oregon City, will hold the services and administer
the Holy Communion in the Episcopal Church, Cor
vallis on the 3rd Sunday in each month. Lay services
will be held 011 each Sunday at 11 and 7. Sunday
school at 8. By order of Bishop Mobbib.
M. E. CHURCH SOUTH Services every Sabbath
at 11 A. m. and 7 p. m., at the college chapei. Sunday
school at 9:30 a. M. Prayer meeting Friday evening
at 7 o'clock. Public cordialiy invited.
Joseph Ejbrt, Pastor.
LOWER AL3EA ITEMS-
Hie wind and high water upset several
lengths of Prof. Hawthorne's fence.
There is no sickness among the citizens,
who are busy making improvements.
Win. Peek is overhauling the saw mill
at Tidewater, putting in a new wheel and
other machinery, in order to meet the re
quirements of the busy time coming.
The Lower Alsea has received a large im
migration during the past year, and all set
tlers are well pleased with the country
There is still room for more.
The late storm unroofed Mrs. Toby's barn,
and blew the Tidewater school house from
its foundation. There was no other damage
in that section, except blowing trees into
The Alsea bay would be a splendid loca
tion for a cannery salmon of the choicest
varieties being abundant in their season.
There is also a fine location for a store. A
good man, with a small stock of general
merchandise, would undoubtedly do a pay
ing business from the start, and of course nis
traderoulil develop with the country.
J?he completion of the long-talked of
wagon road from Upper Alsea to Tidewater,
a distance of twenty-one miles, would in
augurate a new era of prosperity in both
sections. The large number of new settlers
would, doubtless, contribute liberally either
in money or labor, and we believe that if
the people will now make a combined and
energetic effort, the road can be built in
time to commemorate its completion with a
grand 4th of July celebration at Tidewater.
After the gardens and crops are in the
ground, and between that time and harvest,
will be the proper time to work the rood, as
farmers will thus be deprived of no portion
of their products, and can well afford to de
vote the interval to so worthy an object.
Mails fob the West Side. The Ore
gonian of last Mouday says: Service will
be established on the Westside load to Cor
vallis in about ten days. The present ar
rangement of morning mails via the East
side to Albany and thence by stage, will,
however, be continued. All matter mailed
in this city between 6 a. m. and 1 :30 P. M.
for CorvalUs and way points will be sent by
the afternoon train. Matter mailed at Cor
vallis during the day for Portland will be
sent on the Westside morning train, and
will reach this city five hours earlier than
under the pre3ent arrangement. An office
will be established at Wells' station, and
others as the needs of the country require.
Fires. At .o'clock last evening the
fire alarm was sounded and tlic fire depart
ment, with its accustomed promptness imme
diately responded. The scene of the fire was
.Mrs-. J. S. Palmer's dwelling, which had
caught from a defective flue in the kitchen.
The fire was soon extinguished or was sup
posed to have been, but at 12 o'clock Wedn
esday night the department was again called
out and found the same house on fire, flames
bursting through the roof; a shower of water
from the engine very soon put out the fire.
The damage is not large, and will be prompt
iy ,pyd as thfHMRlding is covered by a policy
Wood Thief. During the winter some
petty larceny thief has been warming his
shins with wood stolen f. nn Mrs. S. fl.
Thompson. Recently she had a door and
lock put upon her wood-shed, but this pre
caution proved unavailing, as a few nights
since the scoundrel broke the lock and bud
in another supply of fuel. We hope at his
next visit the scamp will get the premium
stick loaded with powder, and that his de
parture hence will be sudden "and awful.
No charge will be made for publishing his
Articles Filed. Articles have recently
been filed in the office of the Secretary of
State incorporating the Corvallis Plow and
Agricultural Manufacturing Company, with
a capital stock of $40,000, the business of
which is the manufacture and sale of plows
and all kinds of agricultural implements,
and operating such mills, machinery and
f oundary in connection therewith as may be
necessary. Principal place of business,
Corvallis ; incorporators : John C. Kilton,
Stephen E. Belknap and Ed. M. Belknap.
Fish Market. Mr. J. M. Rankin has
opened a fish market n Second street, op
posite Harris' store. It is his intention to
always keep the market supplied "with a
variety of fish, such as salmon, smelt, sea
trout, etc., when possibla to get them. He
will also keep dressed chickens, and all
kinds of wild game, in season Mr. Rankiu
gets his fish direct from salt water by ex
press, and they are therefore perfectly fresh.
Give him a call.
Officers Elected. At the last regular
meeting of Excelsior Lodge, I. O. G. T. ,
No. 9, the following officers were elected
for the ensuing term : Miss Nettie Spencer,
W C T ; Miss Clem. Taller, WVT ; Chas.
Ewart, W S Mr. Grabble, W F S ; Edith
Tuller, W T; Thomas Allphin, W Mr Miss
Eunice Stilson, I G ; Johnson Odeneal, O.
G ; James Drake, W Chaplain. r
To Tax-Payers. City Marshal Miller
has posted notices notifying tax -payers te
liquidate their taxes within ten days from
the 3d inst Shortly alter the expiration of
the ten days, the delinquent list will be re-
turned to the Council, when property of
delinquents will be levied upon and' sold.
Pay up and save costs.
Dr. Smith's residence is bearing comple
tion. St. Valentine's day a week from to-morrow.
Mr. Burgot of King's valley was in town
Thanks to Rep. Whitaker for valuable
If you want bargains in real estate, call on
M. S. Woodcock.
John Harris smiling phiz was seen in
town a day or two since.
Nathan Howard, of Polk county was in
town on Monday, on business.
R. Buchanan, a bitr farmer of Muddy pre
cinct, was in town on Saturday.
Woodcock A Baldwin are putting new
doors in the front of their store building.
Jesse Houck was married on Sunday last,
to Miss Mary Osburn of this city. No cards.
Green B. Smith, who owns a farm or two
in Benton county, was in town this week.
The Calif ornian. We have just received
No. of Vol. 1. of this most valuable maga
zine. A po8toffice will be established at Wells'
station, in a short time, and will be called
Mr. Wm. Bethers started last Wednes
day morning, per W. O. R. R., for Walla
Found A safe key, which the owner can
have by calling at this office and paying
John Kickard, a wealthy farmer, residing
four miles south of Corvallis, was in town
Hon. Hugh Herron and Hon. James Ed
wards, County Commissioners are in town
attending to the duties of their office.
Mr. Eli King returned lost week from
Portland, where he had been attending Com
Postal Agent Seybolt is in town. He
came throush from Poitland on the first
train on W. S. R. R.
Mack Porter was in town Saturday last.
E. J. Glass who is teaching in the county,
spent Sabbath in town.
We noticed Wm. Benson on the streets
Saturday. Mr. B. has a lu-an new railroad
running through his farm.
Mr. J. H. Lewis has purchased the inter
est of Wm. Irwin in the truck and dray bus
ness. New ad. next week.
W. B. Carter, editorof this paper, and wife
have arrived in San Francisco safely. Mrs.
C. was sea-sick the entire voyage.
The protracted meetings at the Evangeli
cal Church, Rev. W. C. Kantner, pastor,
are still in progress, with interest unabated.
Guyon Springer, of Whitman county,
Washington Territory, has been in town a
few days, disposing of some property here.
Thomas Paul has been arrested and lodged
in the Portland jail on the charge of robbery
on a reqnsition from the Governor of Cali
fornia. Hon. James Gingles is in town attend
ing on the session of the County Court,
looking after the roads in his part of the
Mr. Thos. Cowan, a pioneer of Donglas
county, died at Yoncalla last week. He
was aged sixty years and was widely known
We are indebted to Mr. Albert Ray for
stenographic report of Judge Chenoweth's
address and Mr. Dolph's response at the
J. W. Allen, of King's valley shook our
digits on Saturday. Mr. A. says that the
wolves are making some depredations on
sheep in his neighborhood.
Immense reduction in prices of satins,
velvets, ribbons, etc. ; prices positively the
lowest ever offered in this city, at
lCjnlin Mrs. E. A Knight's.
Inside painting, and paper hanging, cheap
er than ever, by E. H. Buraham. Leave
orders at Graham, Hamilton & Co's Drug
Store, Corvallis, Oregon.
January 14, 1880. 17:3w4
We regret that we did not meet Mr.
Levinson, the gentlemanly representive of
the Oregonian until our paper was in press
last week. Call again, Mr. Levinson and
we will make our politest bow.
Mrs. Lyman Chittenden wife of the deputy
P. M, of Portland, and sister of Mrs Au
gust Knight of this city, and Mrs Fisk of
Portland, have been spending a few days in
town, the guests of Mrs Knight.
Mr. Mickalosky is at the Vincent House,
sick and in destitute circumstances. The
County Court now in session, ought to make
arrangements to suitably care for him dur
ing the few weeks he is likely to live.
Mr. M. Ruble, of Lower Alsea, dropped
into our sanctum last Thursday. He reports
everything quiet on the bav, with eood
times ahead. Our latch-string always hangs
upon the outside of the door, and our friends
are always welcome.
Our enterprising townsman, W. A. Wells,
who is "old business" himself, will soon
erect a ware house near the depot on the
W. S. R. R., in this city, 50x100 feet, and
will have the same completed in time to
store the next crop of grain. Mr. Wells
will also erect a ware house 40x100 feet, 11
miles north of this city, at Well's station,
on W. S. R. R. Mr. Wells is a bold op
perator in grain, and will always be in the
market with coin to buy whenever the far
mers desire to sell, and will give the highest
market price, at all times.
W. F. & Co's Express. Wells, Fargo &
Co. have established a route on the West
side Railroad, with our "old reliable" friend,
Thos. H. Reynolds, as messenger. The first
through trip was made last Monday. The
company has established offices at Derry, In
dependence and McCoy, and will create oth
ers as the business requires. This route will
be a benefit to the patrons of the company,
as the rates of carriage are much cheaper
than by the old route. It is hoped that the
company will establish the delivery system
in this city, in accordance with recent pe
tition of its patrons.
Insurance Men. A E. Magill, of San
Francisco, general agent for the Pacific
coast, of the old reliable Phoenix and Home
Insurance companies, accompanied by Capt.
Chas. L. Dimon, of the San Francisco branch
office of said company, made a frying visit
to our city this week. They are both genial
gentlemen, and are veiy efficient and popu
lar underwriters. Call again, gentlemen,
when you have more time, and we will drive
you about our charming little city.
BLACK BOARD LECTURE..
The Blue Ribbon Club will meet this
week (Saturday evening) at the- Methodist
church. Prof. -Ladrn Royal has concluded
to give another ' ' Chalk Talk, " Black Board
Lecture. His theme will be, the infancy,
youth and old age of Bacchus.
Go to this meeting, armed with your
" Gospel Hymns, No. I, ""and expect plenty
of music. Let all the children come.
Greenback Meeting. There will be a
Greenback meeting held in Philomath, on
Monday, Feb. 9th, 1880, at one o'clock p..
M-., sharp. Good speakers are secured, and
a grand time is expected. Every body is
invited.- C. B Wells.
Total coinage for January, $9,576,
500. Snow several inches deep at Rich
Princess Louise landed ai Halifax
Big strike at the D wight cotton
mills, Chicopee, Mass.
Decrease of the national debt for
The Pope sent $2,000 to the fam
ine stricken in Ireland.
Russia has decided to increase her
war forces 150,000 men.
General Comacho has made him
self President of Bolivia.
Petroleum has been found in pay
ing quantities in Australia.
Emperor William will open the
German parliament in person.
Madras and Bombay will contri
bute for the distressed in Ireland.
The committee is still taking testi
mony in the Ingalls bribery case at
The largest war vessel afloat, has
just been launched for the Italian
Commissioner Hayt, of the Indian
Bureau, is dismissed, as he ought to
have been long ago.
Senator Harris has introduced a
bill to incieaso the facilities of the
national board of health.
Sammy Tildcn will be married
this week to Miss Fannie Rauck, of
Pennsylvania, it is rumored.
Congress will order a sinking
fund of $77,600,000 to redeem IT. S.
bonds falling due in 1881 and 1891.
Oregon jvar bonds sold in New
York recently, at a premium of 1
cents. This speaks well for the State's
The use of the metric system of
weights and measures has been favor
ably reported by a committee of the
Lots in the new city of Emory,
the western terminus of the Canadian
Pacific It, R., will be sold at auction
It is thought that the English gov
ernment will give a grant lor the pur
)Kse of providing seed for small
There ia a bitter hostility in Penn
sylvania between Randall and Wal
lace. The latter is a strong, practi
The Lord Lieutenant of Ireland
declined a banquet in his honor
owing to the committee passing
homer ule resolutions.
Admiral Worden, United States
Navy, who is spending the winter at
Newport, R. I., fell down stairs in
his cottnge on Tuesday, and was
seriously injured, breaking his collar
Cottage Grove is free from saloons.
Four inches of snow fell in Jacksonville
on Monday night of this week.
A boy was arrested and fined $10 and
costs for desturbing a religious meeting at
Hon. W. G. Porter, ex-assessor of Marion
county, died at his residence in Turner on
the 27th of January.
Linn county has already returned $24,000
in State taxes, and will return the balance,
$8,000, in a few days.
Between $1,500 and $2,000 have been ex
pended in McMinville for sidewalks within
the past month, says the Reporter.
Sheep herders on Little Applegate have
been slaughtering deer at the rate of from
five to ten a day merely for the pelts.
Lake View has about 225 inhabitants and
contains several very good buildings. The
first brick building is now almost ready for
Linn county has some ten or twelve live
ly, active Granges. The members claim that
the Order has proved a great advantage to
The contract for quarrying and deliver
ing the rock for the Coos Bay harbor work
has been awarded to H. H. Luse at $2 per
Citizens of Willamina want a new bridge.
About 500 residents of that portion of Yam
hill county are cut off from communication
with the rest of mankind by the loss of the
The New Idrain Quicksilver Mining Com
pany will commence smelting their ore in
about three weeks. They have just put fire
into the furnace, which will take two weeks
to dry out.
A large number of petitions praying for
the creation of a new inspection district for
steam vessels, with headquarters at Coos
Bay, haveeen forwarded to Congress from
Considerable plowing has been done in
Josephine county, bat farming operations
have been very generally suspended on ac
count of the weather during the past few
Mr. Geo. W. Hums has disposed of his
interest in the late Flume & Duncan cannery,
on Capt. Flavel's dock at Astoria, to the
West Coast Packing Company, now build
ing a new cannery near Upper Astoria.
The mail carrier, accompanied by two
men, and carrying two sacks of mail, in
making the trip into Nehalem valley last
weeek, were at times over 20 feet above the
ground while crossing fallen timber. They
stood waist deep in the snow while eating
their lunch, and arrived at their destination
chilled and wet, but in good spirits.
Miller, some time ago reported as lost in
the. mountains of southern Oregon, hae been
Good Time. The steamer Occident made
the trip from Portland to this city last Fri
day in 14 hours and 30 minutes, running
time. This is recorded as the best timeever
made, on the up trip.
LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining in the post office at Corvallis, Benton
County, Oregon, Feb. 1, 1880. Persona calling- for
the same, will please say, " advertised."
Baxter, Mrs Mattie
Mellsou, Miss Susie
Gibson, Richard W
Holman, Anos H
Johnson, P B
Norton, Chas W
Davie, Mrs Lvdia
Sane, Mrs Kate
Frieze, P T
Guier, Thos Henry
Jones, Richard H
Mr Raymond, Att'y
X. R Barber. P M
THIRD TERM ISM DEAD.
The ghost of third term ism that
has haunted so many politicians for
the year past, seems to be a harmless
affair after all. No doubt many of
the place-hunters in the Republican
party and a great many wire pullers
in the Democratic party have labored
assiduously to work up the nomina
tion of General Grant, hoping no
doubt to advance the personal inter
ests of the. former and augment the
political capital of the hitter; but
their manipulations of the body poli
tic has not been as successful as they
have anticipated, judging by the fol
Chicago, Jan. 27. Murat Halsted
telegraphs to his paper from Wash
ington as follows respecting the presi
dential prospects: There is every
prospect that the Graut presidential
boom will not last more than two
weeks longer. It promises to end
peremptorily and finally at the Penn
sylvania state convention next week.
It is reliably learned here that some
of Grant's most intimate friends in
Philadelphia have authority from him
to act in the premises, and that they
will withdraw his name from consid
eration as a candidate at the Penn
sylvania convention, where there will
be delagates from several counties
instructed for Grant, which will give
his friends an opportunity to speak
out on the subject. His friends de
cline to enter into a contest for Jlhe
position, and of late it has become
very apparent to them that it would
be impossible for him to get the nom
ination without a contest.
Halsted also quotes James li.
Young, a Giant man, as saying that
Sherman has been doing stalwart
work in his own campaign, and has
alarmed Blaine's followers and sup
porters, and that it is expected that
Blaine will devote hitnselt to getting
the Grant votes, should Grant be
withdrawn from the canvass.
MONTHLY WEATHER REPORT-
Kept at the State Agrioultural College,
for the month of January, 1880:
Cloudy. . . .
25 Snow . . . . .
Rainfall, 7. inches.
The Colossal Bronze Statce of Victo
ry which stands in the Park, at Lowell, be
fore the tomb of the first soldiers that fell in
the revolution, is a lasting and beautiful
tribute of art. It is one of the first objects
sought by strangers visiting our sister city,
which indeed many visit purposely to see
this elegant object of high art. It was ob
tained from the King of Bavaria by Dr. J.
C. Ayer, to whom his Majesty was especi
ally gracious in acknowledgment ef what his
remedies are reputed to have done for the
suffering sick. It was donated by the Doc
tor to the City of Lowell as a permanent
and speaking emblem of the victories both
of Science and Arms. Hagerttovm (Md.)
The gentle, yet effectual action of tnat
good old remedy, Emil Frese's Hamburg
Tea, and its intrinsic merits, have placed it
at the very head of all family medicines,
especially for delicate persons of both sexes.
In the nursery it stands unquestionably
without a rival. It grows in pnblic favor
all the time.
47,846 1'aekages Sold.
Of what ? is the question. Nothing more
or less than the celebrated Oregon Kidney
Tea. The cures it has performed are its
own recommendation, and no family should,
be without it in the house. For sale by all
The Death-rate of
Our country is getting to be fearfully alarm
ing, the average of life being lessened every
year, without any reasonable cause, death
resulting generally from the most insignifi
cant origin. At this season of the year es
pecially, a cold is such a common thing that
in the hurry of every day life we are apt to
overlook the dangers attending it and often
find too late, that a Fever er Lung trouble
has already set in. Thousands lose their
lives in this way every winter, while had
Doschee sGertcan Syrup been taken, a cure
would have resulted, and a large bill from a
Doctor been avoided. For all diseases of
the Throat and Lungs, Beschee's German
Syrup has proven itself to be the greatest
discovery of its kind in medicine. Every
Druggist in this country will tell you of its
wonderful effect. Over 950,000 bottles sold
last year without a single failure known.
Sad Havoc is Created
Among the tenants of the month Dy allow
ing, impurities to collect npon their surface
or in their interstices, SOZODONT re
moves every vestige of 'tartar from the
teeth, and renders their premature decay
impossible. It not only imparts to them
whiteness and vigor, but communicates
hardness and rosiness to the gams. The
breath acquires a most acceptable fragrance
from its use ; it is a purely botanic liquid,
and it may be relied on to accomplish its
beautifying effects without injuring the en
amel like a gritty tooth paste.
IST The National GOLD MEDAL was a war ed to
Bradley & Rulofson for the best Photographs in the
unrtea states, ana tne Vienna aieuai lor tbe best in
429 Moutgomer Street San. Francis
ISTew this "Week.
VTOTTOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT CO-PART-X
aership heretofore existing between the under
signed has this day been dissolved by mutual consent,
and the business will hereafter be conducted by J.
M. Eglin. All those indebted to the late firm will
please settle at once with either party.
J. M. EGLIN,
J. R. LOMER.
Corvallis, February 6, 1880.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE Un
dersigned adminstrator of tile estate of Mary A.
Daw deceased, has filed bis final account of said
estate, in the County Ceortof Beaton county, Oregon,
for allowance and settlement, and that
Saturday the Uth dat or March, A, D., 1880,
The same being a day of the regular March term of
said Court, at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day, has been
fixed by said Court, as the time for bearing- objections
to said ccounts and settlement thereof.
Administrator of the Estate of Mary A. Daw
February 5, 1880. 17:Cw6
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN DULY Ap
pointed by the County Court of Benton county,
Oregon, Administratrix of the estate of John Kenne
dy, deceased, all jiersons navmg claims against saia
estate will present them, within six months from the
date of this notice, with the proper evidence of claims.
to the undersigned, at her residence in Benton coun
ty, Oregon, on the road leading from Corvallis to
Albany, about five miles from Corvallis.
Administratrix of the Estate oi John Kennedy,
Corvallis, Feb. 6, 1880. 17:6w5
F. A. JOHNSON, M. D.
OCULIST AND ELECTRICIAN.
Surgery a Specialty.
Office with Allen & Woodward. Residence, A. J.
Young's house, Third street. lfl:26tf
Notice to Creditors.
NOTICK is hereby given by- the undersigned Ad
ministrator of the estate of A-vron Wells, deceas
ed, to the creditors of. and all persons havinir claims
against said deceased to present the same, to me, at
ray rcsiaenee ax oummii. precinct, oeuvuii wuiiy,
Oregon, within six months from the date of this
notice. BRADLEY TROXEL,
January SO, 1880 17:5w4
I OFFER my Lot for sale, in the city of Corvallis,
Benton county, situated in the rear of-Hotel occu
pied by John Haskins. For particulars address Mary
Ann Murry, Junction City, Oregon.
MARIA A. DODGE.
Junction City, Oregon Jan. 30, 1880. 17:5wml
State Treasurer's Ninth JCotlcc.
Omen of tub Statu Treaburkr,
Salkm, Or., Jan. 20, 1880. (
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THERE
Ll are now on hand funds applicable to the liay-
ment of Warrants of the issue of 1879, numbered
as follows :
1527, 1535, 1538. 1539, 1542, 1548, 1549, 1550, 1551,
1554, 1558, 155. 15B0, 1.103, 1505, 1500, 1570, 1571,
1573, 1575, 157C, 1977, 1573, lf80, 1581, liS2, 1584,
1585. 1536. 1588. 1589. 1591, 1592, 1793. 1594. 1598,
1597, 1598, 1599, 1000, 1691, 1002. 1604,, 1609, 1611,
1012, 1013, llft, I01U, 1018, 1030, 1068.
Interest on the above warrants will cease from this
date. EDWARD HIRSCH.
17:5w2 State Treasurer.
Notice of Application for the
Vacation of Streets and
Alleys in the City
NOTICE is hereby griven that the Western Oregon
Railroad Company has filed with the Recorder,
and presented to the Common Council of the City of
Corvallis, a petition asking for th vacation of the
following described portion of streets and alleys in
said city, to-wit :
All that portion of Sixth street from the south line
of A street to the south line of said Sixth Street.
4 AH that portion of B street from the east line of
Sixth street west to the west line of blocks No. 30 and
31, in Avery's third addition to the city of Corvallis.
The entire streets or alleys running through blocks
No. 30 and 31, in Avery's third addition to Corvallis,
and all persons interested therein are hereby notified
that the regular meeting of the Council, to be held
on Monday, the 8th day of March, 1880 has been fixed
bv said Council as the time for the hearing and con
sideration of Buch petition, and at which time all per
sons interested are required to appear and show cause,
if any there be, why the petition should not be grant
ed, and such portions of streets and alleys vacated
By order of the Common Council.
J. R. BRYSON.
Corvallis, Jan. 30, 18S0. 17:5w5 City Recorder.
TY VIRTUE OF A DECREE AND EXECUTION
Xj iraued out of the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, for Benton county on the 22d day of Decem
ber, 1879, in favor of J. E. Henkle, and against An
thony Roberts, for the Bum of ($423.24) four hundred
and twenty-three and 24-100 dollars, and interest
thereon at the rate of one per cent, per month from
November 26, 1879, and forty-two dollars (442.00) at
torney's fee. and the further Bum of SW0.40 cests. 1
have levied upon the following described real proper
ty, being the the property set out ana described in
said Decree, to-wit :
The east half of the north-east quarter, the north
west quarter of the north-east quarter and lots one,
two and three (1, 2 and 3) of section (2) two in town
ship (14) fourteen, south of range (8) eight west of
the Willamette meridian, and containing one hundred
and forty -Ave acres and 50-100 acres of land i Benton
county, State of Oregon, and on
Saturday, tub 21st day or February, A. D. 1880,
In front of the Court House dT, in. the city of Cor
vallis, Benton county, Oregon, I will sell at public
auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, all the right,
title, interest and estate of the Defendant, Anthony
Roberts, iu and to the above deenbed real property.
with all and every of tenements, hereditaments and
appurtenances thereunto belonging, or m anywise ap
pertaining, to satisfy said execution, together with
the costs and expenses of sale. Sale will take place
at (he hour of one o'clock iu the afternoon of said
day. BOL KINO,
Sheriff of Benton Count-, Oregon.
Dated this 19tb day of January. A. D. 1880.
FIRST ANNUAL BALL
Young America Hose Co,,
TO BE OITEX AT
HAMILTON'S OPERA 1IOUSI3,
Monday Etc, Feb, 23, 1830.
MUSIC BY SECOND BRIGADE BAND.
The publie cordially invited to attend;
Corvallis, January 21, 1880. 17:4w5
The Oregon and Washington
ADVERTISE OREGON FARMS FOR
Sale, largely in the East, free of ex
pense to Farms, unless sale is made. In
that case, $6.00 for each farm- sold. Farm
ers will find it to their interest to call on
CHENOWETH & JOHNSON,
Agents O. & W. L. Co.
CorvaHia, Oct. , 1879. I6s41yr
FARM FOR SALE
OA A ACRES of land, situated three
D J J miles south of Corvallis, one-half
farming land with sufficient timber to sup
ply the place ; also stock water. Farm ac
cessable by public road: Term easy. In'
qnireof J. A. H ANN A,
J6:34t Ob J AS. A- YANTIS.
BY VIRTUE OF AN- EXSCttTION ISSUED OUT
of the Circuit Court of the State' of Oregon, for
the county of Lane, on tho 19th day of December,
A. D. , 1879, and to me as Sheriff duly directed and
delivered, for tbe sum of (25 00) twenty -five dollars,
and the further sum of thirty dollars and ninety
cents (830 90) costs in favor of S. W. Raybuttv, Plain
tiff and against Susan Stannus, Defendant, for want,
of personal property out of which to satisfy the
same, I have levied open the following described
real estate, to-wit :
The north half of section twenty-eight in township
fourteen, south of ranee five west of Willamette
meradian, containing three hundred and twenty
acres of land situate in the county of Benton and
State of Oregon, and-will on
Saturday, tH 7tDay or Fkbruary, A. D., 1888,
In fr4ht of the Court House door, in the city of Cor
vallis, Benton county: Oregon, at the hour ef one
o'clock p. m. , sell at pubHc auction to the highest bid
der for cash in hand, all Che right, title, interest and
estate of the defendant, Susan' Stations in and to tbe
above described real -property, t&gether with the tene
ments, hereditaments and appurtenances Uieiun to
belonging to satisfy said execution and' costs.
Sheriff of Benton County, Oregon.
Dated this January the 7th, 1880. I7:2w5
W. H. EVENS,
WOULD RESPEGTFELLY INFORM THE CIT
izens of Corvanls and vicmitv, that fee has
opened an Upholstering Establishment, on the first
block above the Occidental Hotel, where he is pre
pared to do all kinds of work, in this line. Especial
SOFAS, CHAIRS, SPRING BEDS, and
MATTRESSES, of all kinds:
Charges moderate. Please give me a call,
CorvalUs, Jan. 1st, 1880. 17:ltf
Capital, - $12,500,000
James Beadman, Agenf.
GEORGE A. WEBB, Gen. Agent for Oregon.
December 17, 1879. 16:51m6
W. P. SMITH, M. D.,
Physician & Surgeon,
COBVALLI, - OREGON,
"kFFICE OVER GREEN & GOLDSON'S DRUG
January 7, 1880.
Farm for Sale
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
sale his splendid grain and stuck farm,
four miles north of west of Corvallis, on
Oak creek containing 1200 acres over one
nundreu acres in cultivation tM-o hne bear
ing orchards, and well calculated for divide
ing into two or more snug farms Terms
easy and title perfect. For particulars in
quire of E. Holgate, W, B. Carter, or
on the premises.
Corvallis, Jan. 1. 18T8. lfi:ltf
T. C. ALEXANDER,
ATTORNEY at LAW,
FICE ON MONROE STREET, NEAR COURT
Six Hundred Dollars
TX)UR LOTS, WITH HOUSE, BARN, FRUIT
V Trees. &c.. can be bouirht for M 00.
NEuquire of W. T. CHAPMAN,
at, tne i . f.. i-arsonage, corvallis,
Opp. North Di-t School House.
November 26, 1870. 18:4S
J. L. LEWIS, - Proprietor,
A VINO PURCHASED THE ABOVE
Market and fixtures, and perman
ently located in Corvallis, I will keep con
stantly on nanu tne cnoicest cuts oi
Especial attention to making extra Bologna Sau
sage. Being a practical butcher, with large -experience
iu business, I Hatter myself that 1 can give
satisfaction to customers. Please call and give me a
trial. . JOHN SMITH.
January 10, 1880. 10:45ti
Ileal Estate for Sa'e!
Benton County, Oregon,
TWO VACANT LOTS, in the eeatral part of town,
handy to the Westside Depot.- One of the most de
sirable places for a residence in the city. 15jan
TWO IMPROVED LOTS, on the main business
street, with small stable, woodshed, and a- good, com
fortable dwelling house, containing seven good rooms.
These lots are nicely situated- fur any kind of busi
ness purpose? . 15jan
The cheapest farm in Oregon ; five miles north of
Corvallis, in a good neighborhood ; one-half mile
from one of the westside railroad depots, and within
one-quarter mile of a large school house. This entire
farm contains 340 acres, of which 180 acres of good
grain land is already In cultivation ; 00 acres more can
be cultivated with small expense: the remainder is
rolling pasture land with scattering oak timber. It
is all under fence, with a large, frame barn, a com
fortable frame dwelling bouse, and a good-orchard, all
of which is offered for sale at a prfce one-third less
than same kind of forms adjoining it.
One Steam Planing Mill and Sash and Door Factory,
in Corvallis, with all the machinery necessary to ope
rate the same in. all respects . The owner thereof
wants to quit the- business, he therefore offers tbe
entire factory for sale at a price more than ono-tiiird
lesft than Kb eost or present value.
All the above property is for sale, on reasonable
terms. For further information concerning the same
inquire of M. S. WOODCOCK,
At bis Law Office, in. said City ef Carvallls.
J. M. EGLIN.
J. R. LOMER
CORVALLIS AND WILLAMETTE
HaSSDaHL, E. PlHL, - CHR." A. SKGtCKE.
DESIRE to caJl attention to tneiY plans
and drawings of buildings of all kinds,
civil engineering, surveying awl architect
ural works, with all the latest improve
ments. They would Mention particularly
the following branches : Sawoaills and plane
mills. Grakimills. Furniture, joinery and
mechanical works. Waterwoiks, and otber
Works connecting with Water. Surveying.
Construction of bridges and roodsi Church,
school awl other official buildings. All
kinds of dwelling houses and farm buildings.
All orders- will receive immediate atten
tion. Please to address all communications
to the company's headquarters at Corvallis.
0" Awarded first premium at Oregon State
fair, 1879, fop architectural and engineering
EGLIN 4 L0MEB, Prop's,
On the Corner West of the Engine House,
CORVALLIS, - - OREGON.
HALVING COMPLETED OUR
new and commodious BARN,
we are better than ever prepared to J
BEST OF TEAMS, BUGGIES, CARRIAGES,
SADDLE HORSES TO HIEE.
At Reasonable Rates.
43T Particular attention given to Boarding Horses.
Horses Bought and Sold or Exchanged.
PLEASE GIVE US A CALL.
November 24, 187. lC:48tf
rrn free use, as adjuncts, or
PHOSPHOROUS and CABBON
A.w Treatment for tlie Cure
of ( 0iI MlT10K, Brom
elain, Catarrh, Neu - -rulg-ia,
nistiilft-MtutioiiK, and the worst
By a Natural Process of VITALIZATION.
THB FOLLOWING CASES, TREATED WITHIN
the last few mouths, showing its range of appli
1 to 4. Four cases of Consumption two of them
having cavities in the Lungs auk all ENTIRELY
5. Mr. T: G. P., of Bay Center, W. T. Chronic
Bronchitis, difficulty of some years standing ; also,
general ind nervous' debility, threatening of health.
Cured during October.
0, and 7. Two cases at marked Blood Poisoning.
Cl-ked in a few days.
8. and ft. Two cases of NERVOUS DEBILITY of
women. Had " Doctored to death." One cured iu
7 days, and the other in 10 days.
10 to 14. Five eases of Chronic Dyspepsia. Ca
tarrh or Scrofulous ailment. All ci&ed, or okkatlv
benefitted, by a few weeks treatment.
A small pamphlet o the OX YUEN Treatment,
and all inquiries answered, sent free, on application.
Also reference to patients who have taken, or are
now receiving the treatment. Address
Cor. 1st and Washington Sts.,
PORTLAND, - - - OREGON
November 1870 M-.4f.mC,
WAY MAN ST. CLAIR,
(SUCCESSOR TO W. A. WELLS,)
Keeps constantlv on band" every thing belonging tu
first class shop.
s3TUncle Sam's Harness Oil for sale. lC:2fivl
Georok P. Wrenn,
Att'y at Law
Wrenn & Hefeate,
COLLECTION, LOAN, INSURANCE,
GENUAL BUSINESS AGKK1B, A NIC
Office on Second street, nestt door south the City
eORVAfXlS, i : OREGON.
Buying, Selling and teasiiur Real Esiate. Pron ps
attentinn ipven v
Loans Negotiated, etc. Will keep Regular'
JLxtctiori Sales Rooms
And sell at AUCTION, anything desired, either at the
Sales Rooms or elsewhere, in City or Country. Agent
for good reliable Insurance .Companies.
We now have on hand for sale, both Grain ami.
Stock Farms, and City Property, at fair prices, audi
fJgfWs can akb Sax Be if anybody ca-n.S
Prease give us a call. WRENN & HOLGATE.
Cwvallis. April 17. 1870. 10:16tf.
PnOIOERAPH GALLERY !
A. A. MOERILL, Fro.
WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE TO THIS
citizens of Corvallis and- vicinity, that he is
prepared to do all kinds of
At prices to suit the times. Patronage solicited, and
satisfaction gHaranteed-, in all eases.
COPYING and ENLARGING a ertciALTY. Nega
tives retouched, and preserved.
Front Street, Two Doors South of A. Cauthorn &.
Son's Store. ALFRED A. MORRILL.
January 7, 1880. 17:2tf
STOCK RAISERS, ATTENTION
Use the Dana Stoek Mark !
THE NEATEST, CHEAPEST, BEST MASK FOR
Cattle, Sheep and Hogs, ever invented. Spcci
nicds sent Leee, by mail. For full particulars,
Address W. B. CARTER, Agent,
Gatette Office, Corrillis, Oregon.
&&3erktsr pei Gallon,
XT 7" HEN REQVRED FOR INFANTS, THE MILK
VV of one cow will be furnished.
Milk warranted PURE.
LISTEN- FOR THE BELLI
A. O. MULKEY, Proprietor..
Corvallis, January 7, 1880. 18:21ml,,