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Oorvallis, Feb. 13, 1880.
CIU'KCH DEIS KCE'O ICY.
M. E. CHUKCH Regular services every Sunday,
at 11 A. u. and 7 p. . Sunday-school at the close of
morning service, with Bible classes for old and young.
Frayi r meeting on Thursday evening at 7 o'clock. A
general invitation and cordial welcome.
W. T. Chapman, Pastor.
EPISCOPAL CHURCH The Rev. Y,r. Sellwood,
of Oregon City, will hold the services and administer
the Holy Communion id the Ephcopal Chnreh, Cor
vallis on the 3rd Bundav in each month. Lay services
will be held on eae!i fiundav at 11 and 7. Sunday
school at :i By order of Bisnop Moreis.
M. E. CHURCH SOUTH Services every Sabbath
at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. . at the college chapei. Sunday
school at 0:30 a. m. Prayer meeting Friday evening
at 7 o'clock. Public cordialiy invited.
Joseph Emery, Pastor.
We acknowledge a pleasat call from Wal
lis Nasb, Esq. and James Headman, both
English gentlemen residing in our city,
and prominently connected with the Corval
lis Fruit Drying Company. This company
havcalreadyconsigned, tocommission merch
ants in London and Liverpool, ten tons of
Oregon dried fruit in bulk, andhave guaran
teed the quality of the same, which is be
ing introduced rapidly among English con
sumers. They now propose shipping a
large invoice in two and four lbs. paper
boxes nicely lale!ed, with their guaranty on
each label, and anticipate ready and active
sales of the same.
It is to be boiled that all of onr fruit
raisers will do all in their power to encour
age and develop this new business, as it
will directly pay them to do so. Farmers,
save your fruit, and increase your cash capi
tal each year thereby. Do not think its too
small a business for yon to engage in. It
will pay yon better than wheat raising, and
will enable yon to meet many little expen
ses, with ready money, which now you are
compelled to go in debt for.
A CARD OF THANKS.
Mr.' and Mrs. P. Mason, of this cily, wish
to extend their heartfelt thanks to the good
people, for their kindness to them durins.'
the late severe illness of their youngest son.
They also tender thanks to the attending
physicians Drs. Bayley and Cauthorn, for
their untired zenl for the restoration to
health of the little sufferer. And further, ';
Mr. Mason feels under lasting obligations
to those who have so kindly administered to
the comfort of his wife in hei recent illness,
as she h'.s been suffering from the dread
disease bone erysipelas.
Mr. and Mrs. Mason.
Corvallis, Feb. 9, 18S0.
A Wayward Young Man. We were
not at the Blue Ribbon C'nb last Saturday
evening, but have been informed that' the
indiscreet youth who attempted to lecture
on that occasion made tome unkind remarks
about the conduct of the Gazette, since
the absence of the Chief. This circumstance
reminds us of one of quite a similar nature,
that occurred in this city several years ago:
A friend of ours had some unpleasant words
with a gentleman, the result of which was,
our friend was assaulted with a very small
pistol. Observing this minature weapon in
the han. Is of his" adversary, he remaaked,
"put that up, for if you were to shoot me
with it, and L ever found it out, it would
provoke me more than any thing you have
Cupid" Even the fire-it Jupiter was nt
secure from his attacks." We learn that
our versatile detective, H. S. Maynard,
Esq., has detected one of Linn county's fair
daughters in the act of listening to the woo
ings of the blind God, and he immediately
took her into his possession, and rumor says
he has appropriated her as a part and parcel
of himself, as Pluto did I'orsepine. We
have heard for sme time that the said de
tective hart been neglecting his official du
ties, but we never for once supposed that
this stern and vigilant official would e-er
become so derelict of duty as to get caught
in the wiles of any of Eve's fair daughters.
No Mf the parties thought that this
affair had been kept very quiet, but the
Gazette reporter, ever watchful for news,
found out the secret. "An revoir," May
nard, a bon voyage to yon and yours.
According to the AVic NorIncest, the fac
ulty of Pacific University (Forest Grove)
have refused to receive into their preparato
ry school a Portland boy of illegitimate
birth, on the ground that the child of such a
mother as hi3 could not be admitted into
their rank ! If Forest Grove cannot do
better than this, it is evident there are prob
lems in the moral regeneration of the world
which its Christian culture and principles
ore not yet prepared to grapple with, and
some tougher fibre is necessary.
Election of Officers. Last Friday
evening, at the regular meeting of the Adel-
phia Literar3' Society, the following officers
were elected for the ensuing term : Presi
dent, A. E. Cook ; Vice President, V. C.
Brock ; Sec. Aaron Vinson ; Treas. Arthur
Holgate ; Lib. J. W. Will. The following
question was chosen for discussion for next
meeting: llesolved, That the IT. S. bonds
should be taxed. Leaders, aff., Wm. Yates ;
negative, E. Grim. Aariin Vinson, Sec.
St. Valentine's day, to-morrow.
John Kickard and W. R. Calloway are in
Dr. Vincent is now "sole proprietor " of
Dr. Farra is embelishing his premises with
a new fence. '
John Smith has enclosed his grounds with
a neet fence.
If yon want bargains in real estate, call on
M. S. Woodcock.
We notice many very valuable improve
ments going on in town.
Michalosky is gaining slowly ; there are
now hopes of his recov ery.
Now the the musical tones of the auction
eer is again heard in our city.
The individual who has been tampering
with Thos. Homing's boat is wanted.
Don't forget to send your " Jimpson "
blossom a valentine. Ghiselin has them.
Dr. F. A. Vincent is putting on style
with a new sign, the work of Mr. Forsythe.
Gib. McFaddcn, an extensive farmer from
Little Elk, has been spending a few days in
" When the Editor in Chief is away, the
mice will play," for the nests growl and
Mr. James Drake, of this city, has been
very ill for the past few days, but is slowly
L. Flynn, Esq., of Albany, was in the
city several days this week, attending to
leL'.il business. '
Wallis Nash, Esq., is olit at Bock Creek
Superintending the constructing of his sum
J. M. Rankin has erected a stall on the
corner opposite the Occidental hotel, to be
used as a Jish market.
Miss Sophie Dohse, who has been spend
ing the winter at Mr. M. L. Trapp's, re
turned home last Tuesday.
A daughter of I '. L. Buchanan, has been
very ill for a few days, in this city, but we
learu is now improving.
James A. Yantis, Esq., has been quite sick
for two weeks past, but is again out; howev
er, he looks like the last end of a hard win
ter. Henry Simon says, in his hurry to get to
the lire tin. other night, his eye suddenly
come in contact with the bed post, and hence
Jess2 Honak and wife have returned from
their wedding tour, and are making prepar
ations for house keeping on their farm 10 or
12 mi.es south of this city.
Mr. Belknap is now engaged in putting in
repair the buildings leased for his" machine
shop and expects to have everything ready
to commence business next month.
Dave Irvinand Al. Ig met the evening
of tha fire; they met unexpectedly, also ab
ruptly, neither saw the other but both saw
stars, and each have an eye in mourning.
The Celestials of our city have been cele
brating in a becoming manner for a few days
past ti e Chinese New year. They "set
'em up" for the boys in a festive manner.
Immense reduction in prices of satins,
velvets, ribbons, etc. ; prices positively the
lowest ever offered in this city, p.t
Ifijnlm Mrs. E. A. Knight's.
We acknowledge a communication from
"Sips Observer," 1 ut an article from
" Comus " was already in type when it was
received. We shall be pleased to hear from
Ben. Hayden, of Salem, has had l is hair
cut. This will dif'fk-ure Ben., so that our
people will be unable to recognize him, and
a3 a eonsequenc Ben. will suffer for want of
Lent n county clients.
Dr. F. A. Vincent, one of onr popular
dentists, sports a brr.n new silk hat. present
end by a friend. Dr. you look nobly in your
tile. Who is the fortunate individual that
is desirous of squandeiiii!? one en j'e Editor.
Re'igious services are still being contin
ued at the Evngelicai church, in this city,
of evenings, and at 4 o'clock in the after
noon. The meetings have now been con
tinued for oyer three weeks, and much good
we trust has been done.
Mose Neu crass, one of our mo3t enterpris
ing young business men, invaded our sanc
tum one day this week, brinxin'j a face full
of sunshine. Mose is a.i genial as a "Don
Quixote," and as energetic and refreshing as
a sea breeze. Call again, Moso.
Ralston Cox. our enterprising news dealer,
has sold out to Mr. Bishop, one of our En
glish cons-ins. If the new proprietor of the
News depot will patronize the Gazette of
fice as lively r.s Mr. Cox has his business
will soon assume immense proportions'
We notice a very neat si;n erected in
front of the Vincent House, the work of R.
H. Forsvthe, which indicates fine artistic
skill. We believe that our people will do
well to patronize this young gentleman,
who has recently located among us.
AN UNFLEDGED POET.
"When the Editor in Chief is away,
The little mice will play."
The little mice do not aspire to the bights
of literature attained by the author of the
above lines, for we fear to tread the bights
sublime, that the pedantic pedagogue assumes
he has reached, but are content to earn our
daily bread, be., and at the same time keep
onr optics an inch ami a half the widest
open up and down, that we may avoid being
crushed by his majestic tread.
Alsea Valley. J. R. Gault and David
Ruble, of Lower Alsea, were in town on
Saturday and report in addition to the dam
age in that section given in last week's
Gazette, considerable damage done to build
ings and stock during the late storm. The
road for a long distance, is only passable for
footmen. Although several bouses were un
roofed, fortunately no person were injured
in Alsea Bay bar formed.
In Town. Geo. Woodard, of the firm of
Woodard At Cornell, Portland, and adjuster
of the Phoenix Insurance Co. in this State,
is in the city settling the loss on Mrs. But
terfield's residence, which occurred on the
6th of this month, and covered by a Phoenix
policy. This promptness in adjusting losses
indicates that the old reliable Phoenix is as
readv to pay a loss as to accept a risk and
receivt the premium.
Notice. The man who threw the oars
out of my boat on Thursday last will save
cost by calling at the Gazette office and
paying for the same. Thos. Horning.
Teeth Extracted Without Pain. Dr.
Emmet Taylor has introduced into his den
tal practice, Nitrous Oxide Gas, which he
administers to his patients previous to com
mencing the pleasing operation of removing
incisors, bicuspids and molars of his victims ;
as soon as the ashing members are. extract
ed the patient recovers from the effects of the
harmless anisthctic and to their surprise
find immense holes in their jaws in place of
Narrow Gauge. There are rumors of a
narjow gauge railroad enterprise being in
augurated to exend the Dayton and Dallas
road to King's valley, and thence ultimately
to Yaquina Bay. Go right ahead, gentle
men, with all such projects, we can stand
any amount of such good luck.
Yaquina Memorial. Below we give the
ber of signatures obtained in the differ
ent counties, as far as returned up to the
time of going to press : Benton, 1134; Linn,
747; Douglas, 88; Multnomah, 31 ; Marion,
394 ; Yamhill, 119 ; Lane, 212 ; Polk, 192 ;
Clackamas, 18. Total, 3020.
Masonic Lodges are being organized among
the celestials of Oregon.
Roscburg numbers in its.popnlation twelve
doctors and twel ve lawyers. We have about
twice that numbei of that kind of profes
sionals, and yet our city is di3tressedly
healthy, and alarmingly peaceable.
The Baptists of Oregon hold a Sunday
school convention at Oregon City, on-Feb-18th
and 19th. To be conducted by Rev. J.
C. Baker of Salem.
Capt. Cleveland Rockwell, of the U. S.
Coast Survey, was in Portland last week.
He and his family are spending the winter
at Kalama, and the survey barge Kincheloa
is in winter quarters near that place. Tiie
work of triangulation, in which good pro
gress was made last season, will not begin
until April or lates.
Three brothers named Fowler, and a man
named Gay. had a fight a few days ago, in
which the former were vanquished and the
latter came out as Gay as when he entered
the combat. List Sunday one of the Fowler
boys again met Gay and concluded to try
him single-handed. It is now a conundrum
with three doctors to tell whether or not
Fowler will be able to weather it through,
as Gay, after knocking' him down, kicked
several of his ribs in. - Ex.
Bogus $5 gold pieces are being quite ex
A Mr. Northcut, of Marion county, liv
ing near Wheatland, was persuaded at the
muzzle of a double-barreled shot gun, in
the hands of a masked man, to part with
Judge Gilbert Reynolds, of Canyon City,
was taken to the insane "asylum last week.
Mr. Crosby, of Salem, and Mr. Axthelm,
of Portland, have been holding a series of
meetings in the town of Milwankie during
the last twoweeks, which were well attended.
The new M. E. church at Mount Taher,
that was so badly wrecked by the late storm,
has been repaired at a cost of $325, and is
now in as end, it not better coudition,
than before the storm.
The meeting in East Portland church is
progressing with much encouragement. Sev
eral have found the Lord and other are ear
nestly seeking, while the church is greatly
revive I and quickened. The prospect for a
real awakening is good.
The meeting in Stephens' addition, East
Portland, is still in progress. It is under
the management of Exon and Bui-lingame,
who are doing nearly all the work. Thirty
eight persons have joined the church already
and there will probably be many more.
The Eugene brass band have received nob
by new uniforms.
Rev. Mr. Anderson, late of San Jose, has
been engaged as pastor of the Episcopal
church at Eugene.
Father Veatch died at Cottage Grove on
the 3d inst. He was 93 years of age, had
been married seven times, and was the father
of 23 children.
Mr. W. Kellow, of Washington county,
lost a valuable jackass one night last week
by poison. Si tine one entered the the barn
and administered the dose.
Much building is in progress throughout
the Willamette valley, and almost all local
sawmills are running on extra time. Many
old rail fences thrown down by the storm
will be rebuilt with lumber.
Cattle have fared well this winter in the
vicinity of Prineville, Waso county.
Burglars held high carnival at The Dalles
on the night of the 2d inst. The first place
visited was Charley Cooper's store. The
thieves effected an entrance through the rear
of the building and carried off all manner of
cutlery, tobacco, cigars and other goods, to
the amount o nearly $5200. On the same
night the Ark saloon, comer of third and
Washington streets, was entered by the
light-fingered gentry and robbed of cigars
and liquors, as well as a small amount of
money which was in the drawer.
The Oretfonian says: The Blalock Flume
and Lumber Company yesterday filed arti
cles of incorporation in the office of the sec-,
retary of state, its occupation and purpose
being to construct and operate a canal or
flume from Blalock mountain in Umatilla
county to the Blue mountain extension of
the Walla Walla and Columbia river rail
road at or near Milton, for the piirpqge of
transporting lumber, etc. Capital stock
550,000. N. G. Blalock, C. W. Colby and
D. S. Colby, incorporators.
The Orefnnian says : Kadeshan, one of
the Alaska chiefs who is now visiting this
city, was victimized on Friday night last by
some white man, who drugged him and stole
his money, $57. Kadeshan refused to touch
whisky, but was beguiled into tastiug some
thing which he was assured was not liquor.
The vj!e mixture confused his brain and
made him somewhat violent. The severe
penalty of the law should be meted out to a
wretch who would thus betray and rob an
The State Journal has commenced its
Mrs. T. Howard is lying dangerously ill
at her residence in Salem.
The people of Frnnklin want an increased
mail service from that place to Eugene City.
Columbus made the prT si and, Vut
Italian nl'leM renown have made the
Sof a Man, Woman or Child
In Corvallis, but what suffers more or less
with Constipation of the bowels and our
word for it, there is nothing so pleasant to
take for it, or so certain to remove bile from
the liver, as Dr. Hyde's Golden Blood
Syrup. It is the greatest blood cleanser in
Apology. Last week Dr. Smith was
called to Salem in consultation, and on re
turning was hastened to Buena Vista; hence
the cause of negligence to patients here.
Warehouse" Sold. At a meeting of the
stock-holders of tSe farmers' warehouse in
this city, held last Saturday, the building
was sold to Mr. James A. Cauthorn, for
?6,000. This will cive S15.76 to each share,
which stock-holders can have by calling
upon Mr. Cauthorn.
Oysters Active, With a Downward
Tendency. "Have another can Bill"? Said
"Old Honesty" to the vile tramp; "let's get
up a furor in the oyster business. Where.
upon Bill raised a point of order, and the
chair summarily sat down upon him.
The public is ofttimes led to read notices
in the many newspapers of the marvelous
cure some kind of patent medicine has ef
fected, and some high-sounding name is at
tached to a testimonial as a further guaran
tee. Bat judging from the many testimon
ials from well known persons here in our
State to the effect that the Oregon Kidney
Tea has no superior for the cure of kidney
and bladder diseases, we feel easy in recom
mending this valuable discovery to our read
ers who may be afflicted with any trouble in
Yihj Will You
Allow a cold to advance in yonr system
and thus encourage more serious maladies,
such as Pneumonia, Hemorrhages and Lung
troubles when an immediate relief can be so
readily attained. Boschee's German Syrup
has gained the largest sale in the world for
the cure of Coughs, Colds and the severest
Lung Diseases, It is Dr. Boschee's famous
prescription, and is prepared with the great
est care, and no fear need be entertained in
administering it to the youngest child, as
per directions. The sale of this medicine is
unprecedented. Since first introduced there
has been a constant increasing demand and
without a .single report of a failure to do its
work in any case. Ask your Drcggist as to
the truth of these remarks. Large size 75
cents. Trv it and be convinced.
tgg-The National GOLD MEDAL was awar ed to
Bradley St Rulofson for the beat Photographs in the
United States, and the Vienna Medal for the best in
429 Montgorner Street San Francis
New tliis Week.
CITY TRANSFER -COMPANY
Pygnll, Campbell &. Co.,
All hauling in city or countrv promptly attended
Written Ordinance, No. 32.
The gentle, yet effectual action of that
good old remedy, Emil Frese's Hamburg
Tea, and its intrinsic merits, have placed it
at the very bead of all family medicines,
especiallyfor delicate persons of both sexes.
In the nursery it stands unquestionably
without a rival. It grows in public favor
all the time.
AX ORDINANCE for the construction of a side
walk along the west end of lots No. seven, eight and
nine (7, tj & 9) in block No. eleven (11), in Dixon's ad
dition to the city of Corvallis.
Sec. 1st Be it ordained by the Common Council of
the city of Corvallis : That a new sidewalk be built
along the west end of lots No. seven, eight and nine
(7, 8 and 9) in Block No. eleven (11) in Dixon's addi
tion to the citv of Corvallis.
Also a cross walk across Fourth street on the north
side of Polk street, the same to be built according to
the rules governing the building of sidewalks, in print
ed ordinance, j
Passed the Common Council Feb. 9th, 1880.
Approved, Feb. 9th, ltSSO.
Attest. M. JACOBS, Mayor,
J. R. Bryson, Recorder.
Sad Havoc is Created
Among the tenants of the mouth Dy allow
ing impurities to collect upon 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 gums. 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 iiKe a gritty tootn paste.
Written Ordinance No. 33.
AN ORDINANCE for the construction of a new
sidewalk along the west side of Sixth street.
See. 1st. he it ordained by the Common Council of
the city of Corvallis : That a new sidewalk be built
along the west tide of Sixth street, in said city, com
mencing at the north-east corner of Block numbered
thirteen (13) in ttie County Addition to said city of
Corvallis; thence along the west side of said Sixth
street, to the north-east corner oi Block No. thirty
("0) in Avery's Third Addition to said city, the same
to be built according to the rule" governing the build
ing of sidewalks, in printed Ordinance.
Passed the Common Council, Feb. 9th. 1880.
Approved Feb. 9th, 1360.
Attest M. JACOBS, Mayor.
J. R. Bryson, Recorder.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT CO-PART-nership
heretofore existing between the under
signed has this day been dissolved by mutual consent,
and the business will hereafter he conducted by J.
M. Eglin. All those indebted to the late firm will
please settle at once with either partv.
J. M. EGLIN,
J. R. LOMER.
Corvallis, February 0, 1830.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE UN
dersigned adminstrator of the estate of Mary A.
Daw deceased, has filed his final account of said
estate, in the County Court of Benton county, Oregon,
for allowance and settlement, and that
Satcp.dav the 6th dat op 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 hearing objections
to said ceounts and settlement thereof.
Administrator of the Estate of Mary A. Daw
February 5, 1SS0. 17:8w6
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN DULY AP
1 pointed by the County Court of Benton county,
Oregon, Administratrix of the estate of John Kenne
dy, deceased, all persons having claims against said
estate wiil present them, within six months from the
date of Hits notice, with the proper evidence of claims,
to the undersigned, at her residence in Benton coun
ty, Oregon, on the rond leading from Corvallis to
Albany, about five miles from Corvallis.
Administratrix of the Estate oi John Kennedy,
Corvallis, Feb. C, I860. 17:Gw5
F. A. JOHNSON, m, D.
OCULIST AND ELECTRICIAN.
Surgery a Specialty.
Office with Allen & Woodward. Residence. A. J.
Young's houe. Third street. 16:20tf
Notice to Creditors.
"VrOTICE is hereby given by the undersigned Ad
J ministrator of the estate of A ron Wells, deceas
ed, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims
against said deceased to present the same, to me, at
my residence at Summit precinct, Benton county,
Oregon, within six months from the date of this
January 30, 1880
r 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 Hurry, Junction City, Oregon.
MARIA A. DODGE.
Junction eity, Oregon Jan. 30, 1880. 17:5wml
BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE AND EXECUTION
issued out of the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, for Benton count3- on the 22d day of Decem
ber, 1879, in favor of J. E. Henkle, and against An
thony Roberts, for the sum of (M23.24) four hundred
and twenty-three and 24-100 dollars, and interest
thereon at'the rate of one per cent, per month from
November 28, 1870, and forty-two dollars (42. 00) at
torney's fee, and the further sum of $30.40 costs, 1
have levied upon the following described real proper
ty, being the the property set out and described in
said Decree, towit
The east half of the north-cast quarter, the nortn
west quarter of the north-east quarter and lots one,
twn an d three ft: 2 and 31 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-five acres and 50-100 acres of land in Benton
county, State of Oregon, and on
Saturday, the 21st dat or February, A. D. 1880,
In front of the Court House door, 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, in and to the above deenbed real property,
with all and every of tenements, hereditaments and
appurt ;nances thereunto neionging, or in anywise ap
pertaining, to satisfy said execution, together with
th- r-nsts and exnenses of sale. Sale will take place
at the hour of one o'clock in the afternoon of said
Sheriff of Benton County, Oregon.
Dated this 19th day of January, A. D. 1880.
FIRST ANNUAL BALL
Young America Hose Co.,
TO BE GIVE AT
IIAMIIrOTS OPERA MOUSE,
Monday Etc, Feb. 23, 1880.
MUSIC BY SECOND BRIGADE BAND.
The public-eordially Invited to attend,
Corvarils, January 21, 1880. 17:4wS
8 8 O !
LIVE LOCAL PAPER,
Has a Large, and Constantly In
creasing circulation, and is one
of the BEST ADVERTISING
MEDIUMS in the State, being
published in the heart of the
$2 50 Per Annum.
INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE.
Advertisement)! inserted at Rea
All kinds Plain and Ornamental
Printing executed with neat
ness and dispatch. Justices'
Blanks constantly on hand.
W. B. CARTER
Proprietor and Publisher,
W. H. EVENS,
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE CIT
izens of Corvallis and vicinity, that he 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,
Corvallis, Jan. 1st, 1830. 17:ltf
Capital, - $12,500,000
James Keadman, Agent,
GEORGE A. WEBB, Gen. Agent for Oregon.
Decemher 17, 1879. 16:51in6
W. P. SMITH, M. B,
Physician & Surgeon,
CORVALLIS, - OREGON,
January 7, 1S80.
FFICE OVER GREEN ii GOLDSON'S DRUG!
Farm for Sale.
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
sale his splemlid grain and stock farm,
four miles north of west of Corvallis, on
Oak creek containing 1200 acres over one
hundred acres in cultivation two fine bear
ing orchards, and well calculated for divid
ing into two or more snug larms lerms
easy and title perfect. For particulars in
quire of E. Holgate, vv. B. Carter, or
on the premises.
(Jorvallis, Jan. I, 1878. l(i:ltt
T. G. ALEXANDER,
ATTORNEY at LAW,
FFICE ON MONROE STREET, NEAR COURT
J. U. EGLIN.
J. R. LOMER
EGLIN h LOMER, Prop's,
On the Corner West of the Engine Honse,
CORVALLIS, - - OREGON".
HAVING COMPLETED OUR
new and, commodious BARN,
we are better than ever prepared to
BEST OF TEAMS, BUS8IES. CARRIAGES,
SADDLE HORSES TO HIRE.
At Reasonable Rates.
3T Particular attention given to Boarding Horses.
Horses Boupht and Sold or Exchanged.
PLEASE GIVE US A CALL.
November 24, 1870. lC:48tf
WITH FREE USE, AS ADJUNCTS, 0?
PHOSPHOROUS and CARBON
A yiew Treatment for tlic Cure
chit is, Catarrh, IVeu
rn Sjriii, Scrofulous
mtvn i JV C i t i o it s, and the worst
DYSPEPSIA & SEMOIS DEBILITY
By a Natural Process of VITALIZATION.
.... FOR ....
Six Hundred Dollars
HOUR LOTS, WITH HOUSE, BARN, FRUIT
0 Trees, &c. , can be bought for SC00 00.
Enquire of W. T. CHAPMAN,
At the M. E. Parsonage, Corvallis,
Opp. North nist School House.
November 20, 1879. 16:48tf
J. L. LEWIS, - Proprietor,
HAVING PURCHASED THE ABOVE rr
Market and fixtures, and pennan- ASi?
ently located in Corvallis, I will keep con- .tf , Mih
stantly on hand the choicest cuts of
Especial attention to making extra Bologna Sau
sage. BeitWa practical butcher, with large exeri
ence in buwiess, I flatter myself that 1 can give
satisfaction t customers. Please call and give me a
trial. JOHN hMITH.
January 10, 1880. 18:4ntf
THB FOLLOWING CASES, TREATED WITHIN
the last few months, showing: its range oi appli
1 to 4. Four cases of Consumption two of them
haviug cavities in the Lungs al:k all ENTIRELY
S. Mr. T. G. P., of Bay Center, W. T. Chronlo
Bronchitis, difficulty of some years standing ; also,
general ind nervous debility, threatening of health.
Cured during October.
0, and 7. Two cases of marked Blood Poisoning.
Cured is a few davs.
8 and 9. Two cases of NERVOUS DEBILITY of
women. -Had "Doctored to death." One cured in
7 days, and the other in 16 days.
10 to 14. Five cases of Chronic Dyspepsia. Ca
tarrh Or Scrofulous ailment. All cured, or gkbatly
benefitted, by aiew weeks treatment.
A small pamphlet on the OXYGEN Treatment,
and all inquiries answered, sent free, on application.
Also reference to patients who have taken, or are
now receiving the treatnunt. Addrets
Cor. 1st and Washington Sts.,
PORTLAND, - - - OREGON.
November 5, 1879
WAY MAN ST. CLAIR,
(SUCCESSOR TO W. A. WELLS,)
Keeps constantlv on hand every thing belonging to
a first class shop.
jJSTUncle Sam's Harness Oil for sale. 10:2fvl
George P. Vke:;x,
Att'y at Law
Real Estate for Sale!
Benton County, Oregon.
TWO VACANT LOTS, in the central part of town,
handr 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
atrcet. with small stable, woodshed, and a good, com
fortable dwelling house, containing seven good rooms.
These lots are nicely situated for any kind of bubi
uess purposes. lf.jan
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 130 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 house, and a good orchard, all
of which is offered for sale at a price oncthird less
than same kind of farms adjoining it.
One Steam Planing Mill and Sash and Door Factory,
in Corvallis, with all the machincrj necessary to ope
rate the same in all respects. The owner thereof
wants to quit the business, he therefore offers the
entire factory for sale at a price more than one-third
less than its cost 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 his Law Office, in said City of Corvallis.
Wrenn & Holgate,
COLLECT'S?, LOAN, INSURANCE,
O EN RAT. BL'SIXESS AGENTS, AND
Office on Second street, next door south the Citjr
CORVALLIS AND WILLAMETTE
Hans Dahl, E. Pihl, Cur. A. Segelcke.
DESIRE to call attention to their plans
and drawings of buildings of all kinds,
civil engineering, surveying and architect
ural works, with all the latest improve
ments. They would mention particularly
the following branches : Saw mills and plane
mills. Grainmills. Furniture, joinery and
mechanical works. Waterworks, and other
works connecting with water. Surveying.
Construction of bridges and roads. Church,
school and 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.
A warded first premium at Oregon State
fair, 1879, for architectural and engineering
The Oregon and Washington
ADVERTISE OREGON FARMS FOR
Sale, largely in the East, free of ex
pense to Farms, unless sale is mode. In
that case, $6.00 for each farm sold. Farm
ers will find it to their interest to call on
CHENOWETH h JOHNSON,
Agents O. b W. L. Co.
Corvallis, Oct. 8, 1879. 16:41yl
FARM FOR SALE
0"V" ACRES of land, situated three
JV 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
quire of J. A. HANNA,
164tf Or JAS. A. YANTIS.
Buying, Selling ami Leasing Real I!siatc. Pronpt
attention given to
Loans Xcg-otiated, et:. Will keep Hegular
.A-Cictiori Sales .Rooms
And sell at AUCTION, anything derired, either at tho
Sales Eooms or elsewhere, in City or Country. Agents
for good reliable Insurance Companies.
We now have on hand for sale, both Grain and
Stock Fabjib, and dry Proi'Eiity, at fair prices, and
iggWE CAN MARE SALES IF ANYBODY CAN."S
Please give us a call. WRENN k HOLGATE.
Corvallis. April 17, 1879. 16:lCtf.
A. A. KOBBILL, Pro.
tVTOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE TO THE
citizens of Corvallis and vicinity, that be la
prepared to do all kinds of
At prices to suit the times. Patronage solicited, and
satisfaction guaranteed, in all cases.
COPYING and ENLARGING a specialty. Nega
tives retouched, and preserved.
Front Street, Two Doors South of A. Cauthorn St
Son's Store. ALFRED A. MORKILL.
January 7, 1SS0. 17:2tf
STOCK RAISERS. ATTENTION
Use the Dana Stock Mark I
THE NEATEST, CHEAPEST, BEST MARK FOH
Cattle, Sheep and Hogs, ever invented. Speci
mens sent free, by mail. For full particulars,
Address W. B. CARTER, Agent,
Gayette QfSce, Corvallis, Oregon.
35 Cents per Gallon,
WHEN REQUIRED FOR INFANTS, THE MILK
of one cow will b&fuHifstied.
Milk warranted PUKBr!f
LISTEN FJR THE BELL!
A. G. MCLKEY, Proprietor, r
Corvallis, January 7, 1880. W-Mml,