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WEEKLY COKTAILIS GAZETTE.
Corvallis, Feb. 20, 1880.
M. K, CHURCH Regular services every Sunday,
at 11 A. m. and 7 v. M. Sunday-school at the close of
morning service, with liible clasca for old and young.
Prmyi r meeting: on Thursday evening at 7 o'clock. A
general invitation and cordial weleotue.
W. T. Chapman, Pastor.
EPISCOPAL CHURCH The Rev. Mr. Sellwood,
of Oregon City, will hold the services and administer
the Holy Communion m the Episcopal Church, Cor
vallis, on the 3rd Sunday in each month. Lay services
will lie held on each Sunday at 11 and 7. Sunday
school at 3. By order of Bishop Morris.
M. E. CHURCH SOUTH Services every Sabbath
at 11 a. m. and 7r. ., at the college chaei. Sunday
school at 9:3(' A. M. Prayer meeting Friday evening
at 7 o'clock. Public cordially invited.
Joseph Every, Pastor.
REPUBLICAN COUNTY CENTRAL COM
MITTEE. The members of the Republican County
Central Committee are requested to meet in
Corvallis, at my office, on Saturday, March
6th, at 1 o'clock p. m.
T. C. Alexander, Chairman.
Committee Alsea, J. K. McCormick.
Corvallis, T. C. Alexander.
fclk City, J E. Dixon.
King's Valley, J. M. Watson.
lwer Alsea, G. Collins.
Monroe, W. J. Kelly.
Muddy, W. W. Starr.
Pliilomath. J. Brownson.
Pioneer, G. L. Craiu.
Soap Creek, J. H. Miller.
Toledo, J. M. Thompson.
Turn Turn, J. J. Maxey.
Willamette, Ceo. McBee.
A'aquina, R. A. Benscll.
Notice is hereby given that the annual mee.
fng of School District No. 9, Benton county,
Oregon, will be held in the school house, in
aid district, in the city of Corvallis, on Mon
day, the 1st day of march, 1880, at 1 o'clock,
p. M. for the purpose of electing one director
to serve three years, also one director to
serve one year, (to fill a vacancy,) and one
clerk to serve one year ; also for the pur
pose of levying a tax of three and one-half
mills on a dollar upon all the the real and
personal property in said district, to defray
the expenses of a free school for the current
year, and to transact any other business
that may come lawfully before the meeting.
S. L. Shedd,
Clerk Dist. No. 9.
The above is a move in the right direction,
and should meet with the hearty approval of
jrll who feel an interest in 2r"noting the
welfare of our public schools. Corvallis, we
believe, is the only town in the valley that
has not abandoned the tuition system, and
adopted the plan of maintaining thej,schools
by a direct tax upon the property of the dis
trict. The latter method is the only one by
which the schools can be made what they
are designed to be free. Ail property own
ers in the district, including widows, are en
titled to vote at the school meeting. We
trust the directors of the south district will
follow the exmrmle of District No. 9.
At the regular meeting of Corvallis Hook
and Ladder Co. No. 1, held last Monday
evening, Mr. Nick Baesen was unanimously
nominated for Chief Engineer of the Fire
Department The following resolutions were
Rewired, That Young America Engine
Co. No. 1 is herehy cordially requested to
endorse the nomination of Mr. Nick Baesen,
of this company, for Chief Engineer, and to
nominate a candidate from that company for
Assistant Chief Engineer.
Resolved That the Secretary is hereby di
rected to tiv5fflmt a copy of the above reso
lution to- the President of Young America
Engjne Co. No. 1.
An Old Friend. D. H. Stearns, an old
time Nebraska friend, and now editor and
)ublisher of the Daily, Semi-Weekly and
Weekly Bee, made us a pleasant call last
Friday. D. H is a genial gcutleman and a
gooo" judge of what constitutes a live news
paper, and spares neither time nor energy to
make his publication! not only readable,
but highly entertaining and newsy.supplying
a place in every household where they are
read unoccupied by other publications of a
similar character. Our Republican friends
in this county, and, in fact, all over the
state, would do well to patronize the Bee.
They will gei the siinon pure doctrine of
the party therefrom, and all the - current
news of the day carefnlly selected and ar
ranged under appropriate heads. Mr.
Stearns has overcome obstacles in the news
paper line on this coast that many, in fact
most, would have shrank from, but he, with
a firm faith, and wholly undaunted by oppo
sition and trials, has steadily gone forward
with a light heart and an open hand, and
has rose aliove all the influences that have
operated against him, and to-day is proudly
looking down from the eminence he has
reachel, and views with quiet satisfaction
the broad field of usefulness that is opening
out before him. As a live, energetic, far
sighted Business man, he bas few equals.
See ad. of note lost.
Fireman's ball Monday evening.
Judge Strahan of Albany is in the city on
A fresh supply of the fine Muscatel raisins
Louis Solomon a heavy merchant of Eu
gene has failed. .
Choice fresh roasted and ground coffees
at Ray & Son's.
A large assortment of fresh garden seeds
at Ray &. Son's.
Smoked halibut, boneless codfish and her
ring at Ray & Son's.
If you want bargains in real estate, call on
M. S. Woodcock.
Don't forget to attend the Fireman's ball
next Monday evening.
Gen. and Mrs. O. O. Howard celebrated
their silver wedding on the 14th inst.
Farmers, the celebrated J. I. Case center
draft plow can be seen at Cauthorn's.
Dr. F. A. Vincent will make a professional
visit to Buena Vista next week.
Mr. Thomson, the masic man has gone
to Oregon City for a few days on business.
Give the hose boys of Young America a
rousing benefit next Monday evening. Tick
The supper for the Fireman's ball next
Monday evening will be served at the Occi
Hamilton's opera house has been through
ly cleaned and put in good shape for the
Who will move first in getting up a cele
bration in commemoration of Washington's
birth day, the 22d.in.st.
An ox in Chesterfield, N. H., is 19 feet
long over 6 feet high, with 9 feet of girth,
and weighs 2,840 pounds.
John Michalosky, who has been sick at
the Vincent House for sometime past, died
snddenly Wednesday night.
Tom. BuCord of this city, Was in Salem
this week, attending the Republican State
Central Committee meeting.
Mr. G. W. Matticc, representing the Pa
cific Coast Directory, was in the city this
week canvassing for that work.
Judge Stratum's son of Albany, who has
been lying at the point of death for several
days, is now slowly recovering.
Judge Burnett has not been able to attend
to business for over a week. Judge, we miss
your thoughtful face on our daily walks.
The California dried peaches at Cauthorn's
are Al. They are free from creepers, and
there is no "hair" on them to tickle the
The revival meetings at the Evangelical
Church, W. C. Kantner, pastor, have been
going on this making five weeks, with good
The foolish virgins on the train sitteth
and looketh out of the window, but the wise
one flirteth with the conductor and he chab
keth her back.
Rev. John Sellwood, of Oregon City,
held divine service morning and evening,
in the church of the Good Samaritan, in this
city last Sunday.
A Philadelphia newspaper tried to be ma
licious when it stated that "New Jersey
ministers are now called proxies ; they do
other men's kissing."
Immense reduction in prices of satins,
velvets, ribbons, etc. ; prices positively tlie
lowest ever offered in this city, at
lojuliii Mrs. E. A. Knight's,
Ye editor acknowledges a complimentary
ticket to Young America's first annual bali,
to lie given Feb. 23d. Ample arrangements
have been made, to make this ball a grand
They call it a romantic marriage in Mich
igan when a couple of the neighbors get the
bride's father into a back room and sit on
him to prevent his interrupting and break
ing up the wedding.
The first balloon ascension in the United
States was made in Philadelphia on Jan. 9,
1793, by Mr. Blanchard. The ascent was
witnessed by a laige crowd of spectators,
among whom was Gen. Washington.
Miss Taylor, daughter of Wm. Taylor, of
Alsea valley, has been lying dangerously ill
of typhoid fever with pneumonia, for the last
two weeks, at the residece of Mrs. Trimble
in this city. She was improving slowly at
The Ladies Aid Society, of Albany, will
give a grand festival at the Opera House, in
that city, on the 25th inst. Boys, if yon
want to get rid of a few of your dimes, and
at the same time make your girls happy,
just remember the date and go.
J. W. llayburn, of this city, went to Dal
las a day or two since on legal business.
He came back with a smiling phis. We
conclude, therefore, that he either pocketed
a good fee, or has planted the seed that
will yield a handsome return in the near
O. E. Carter, onlv son of the editor of
this paper left very suddenly Tuesday morn
hiir. The cause of this sudden departure
is unknown to the ad interim editors or the
employees of the Gazette office. In fact
no one knew he was going. He left a letter
on the table bidding Mrs. Vincent good bye,
saying that he should be gone some time.
Rev. Mr. Chapman, pastor of the M. E.
chourch in this city, called a few moments
this week. Mr. Chapman is one of the
most earnest, consistent christian workers
in our midst and is deserving a liberal sal
ary. Why do not his church people wake
up and attend to the pastor's temporal wants,
a little more? The laborer is worthy of his
The Plummer Fruit. In speaking of
ene of the many enterprises, of which our
city boasts, the Albany Democrat has the
following : Geo. W. Sill, superintendent of
the packing establishment of the Corvallis
Fruit Company, in this city, is now pack
ing immense- quantities of the Plummer
dried fruit for the English market. They
are now at work on two and four pound pa
per boxes, which will be put up m fancy
shape. We have tried the Plummer fruit
and know that the difference between it and
sun-dried is very great. It is a great pity
that all of our surplus fruit is ot worked
up in that slape and thrown on the markets
ef the world.
Interviews being in order as to Presiden
tial preferences, a Gazettk reporter was de
tailed to make a partial canvass of Corval
lis Republicans, and ascertain their first
jhifice for President. Following is the re
H. Manns, shoemaker, Bristow.
H. W. Vincent, hotel, Blaine.
F. A. Vincent, dentist, Blaine.
N. R. Barber, postmaster, Blaine.
E. Allen, druggist, Hayes.
E. Woodward, druggist, Grant.
James Cooper, farmer, Blaine.
F. A. Johnson, M. D., Washburne.
Oscar Tom, farmer, Blaine.
J. T. Phillips, farmer, Blaine,
G. W. Harris, clerk, Blaine.
Henry Simon, clerk, Blaine.
J. H. Penu, merchant, Blaine.
Wm. Glass, farmer, Blaine.
F. A. Chenoweth, lawyer, Blaine.
T. C. Alexander, lawyer, Blaine.
J. W. Rayburn, lawyer, Blaine.
Jas. A. Yautis, lawyer, Blaine.
Sol. King, sheriff, the nominee.
B. W. Wilson, county clerk, Blaine.
G. W. Kennedy, blacksmith, Blaine.
J, B. Lee, M. D., Blaine.
Wm. Groves, city treasurer, Blaine.
M. S. Woodcock, merchant, Blaine.
Wallace Baldwin, merchant, Blaine.
J. R. Bay ley, M. D., Blaine.
J. H. Simpson, clerk, Blaine.
Geo. Tucker, tinsmith, Grant.
G. M. Gerhard, tobacconist, Blaine.
T. J. Buford, barber, Blaine.
Eli King, deputy sheriff, Blaine.
Al. Pygall, ? ray man, Blaine.
J. Kelsay, lawyer, Blaine.
C. E. Milier, city marshal, Blaine.
J. A. Knight, furniture dealer Blaine.
J. Wallauer, cabinet maker, Blaine.
E. J. Glass, teacher, Blaine.
J. P. Thomson, music dealer, Blaine.
F. M. Johnson, lawyer, Blaine.
B. F. Irvine, R. R. agent, Blaine.'
Geo. Weiser, carpenter, Blaine.
Simon L. Kline, merchant, anybody ex
Henry Dohse, printer, Blaine.
James 5rake, tailor, Blaine.
E. B. McElroy, school sup., Blaine.
J. C. Polley, hotel, Blaine.
Geo. Mercer, surveyor, Sherman.
J. Brownson, farmer, Blaine.
W. P. Keady, printer, Blaine.
S. H. Look, merchant, Blaine.
The nominee 1
Anybody except Grant 1
iiEMOVD. Mrs. L,. A. Dennick has re
moved to the brickyard, wst beyond the
flouering mills. Any information relative
to brick, can be-had at Mr. S. A. Hemphill's
harness shop, here in town, or Mrs. D. at
the yard. Persons in sending orders out,
should be careful to state for what purpose
needed that no mistake be made in filling
the orders, By keeping first-class brick,
and by fair dealing, selling alike to all
she hopes hr merit a share of the public
gatronage, in the future as in the past.
The West Shore. Mr. L. Samuel, of
the West Shore, called last Wednesday.
He was in town for the purpose of getting
photographic views of some of our principal
buildings, public and private, from which
to make engravings for a forthcoming num
ber of his paper, which will contain 160
pages of miscellaneous and statistical mat
ter, and will be embellished with views
from all the principal towns of the State.
A Much Needed Change. Much com
plaint is heard among all classes, in- regard
to the time of the departure of the West
Snle trains for Portland. 4 o'clock is rather"
too early in the morning for the travelling
public to be up. We hope that as soon as
the road is ballasted properly, so that addi
tion time can be made with safety, the arri
val and departure of trains will be- at more
seasonable hours. The Superintendent was
over the road last week on a tour of inspec
tional, and will, no doubt, see the propriety
and necessity of, the change above indicated.
The Buljscriber has on hand a few half
chests, remainder of lot imported direct from
Japan, of choice quality, which he offers at
45c and 55c per pound, per half che3t of 30
lbs. weight. Five per cenfi. off for cash.
These are qualities usually sold at 6 and 8
bits per pound, retail.
Fisher's Brick, Corvallis.
MRS. 3t. A. BROWN
Wishes to call attention to her well selected
stock of Stationery, including first-class
paper, mournirjg and gift note paper, envel
opes, paperies, blank and memorandum
books, shelf, tissue, drawing and copj'ing
paper, card and bristol Board, thumb tacks,
sponge cups, board clips, Shipman's files,
ink, inkstands, pens, pencils, etc., in Phil
lip Phile's building, on Main street, where
she will try to keep a general assortment.
Has also a variety of periodicals, nuts,
candies, etc. , all of which she will sell cheap
for cash. Give her a call. febl7:8ni3
Air. N. Newton, agent for Benton county,
is now canvassing for subscribers to the new
and revised edition of the above excellent
work. It is highly recommended by dis
tinguished educators and leading newspa
pers, and is considered by all to be one of
the most useful books that was ever laid
upon the counting-room" desk or drawing
room table. 17:8
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 dancers attending it and often
find too late, that a Fever or Lung trouble
has already set in. Thousands lose their
lives in this way every winter, while had
aosch.ee sUencan Syrup been taken, a cure
would have resulted, and a large bill from a
Doctor been avoided. For all diseases of
the Throat and Lunors, Boschee'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.
Never Tires. Al. Pygall and Alex.
Campbell, connected with the City Dray
Company, are the most indefatigable work
ers it has ever been evir fortune to see.
Early aHcf fate, throngn mud, rain, snow,
sunshine, or the dark drizzly days, when
men and beast should be housed, these Tro
jans are to be seen. Boys, you deserve suc
cess, and as the Gods help those who help
themselves, your future is assured, steady,
sober and industrious as these-men are, de
serve the patronage of the public they s
Take Dr. Hyde's Golden Blood Syrup
to purify the blood and purge out the hu-
T , V T t-
mors, pimples, boils ana sores wnicn a
! merely emblems, of. the rottenness within.
A disordered liver is frequently caused by
worry and trouble, overwork, the nse of to
bacco, intense stildy, bard drinking, immod
erate eating, indolence, fast living, late
hoitrs, licentiousness, etc. , etc., and undoubt
edly the best remedy is that standard medi
cine, Emil Frese's Hamburg Tea taken as
occasion requires either with or without
medical advice. But unless you discontinue
the evil that brought about your diseased
liver, you have no right to look for more
than tempoary relief from your troubles.
Be warned ere it is too late, and try the
medicine we recommend.
Sad Havoc is Created
Among the tenants of the mouth fry 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
trom 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.
The National GOLD MEDAL was awar ed to
Br.wlley & Rulofsofor the best Photographs in the
United States, and the Vienna Medal for the best in
420 Montgomer Street San Francis
There is an advertisement in our columns
to which we take much pleasure in referring
our readers, because we believe in it and
can conscientiously and heartily recommend
We refer to Hall's Hair Renewer. We re
member many cases in aojr midst of old and
middle aged people who formerly wore grey
hair, or whose locks were thin and faded,
but who now have presentable head pieces
and with no little prid? announce to their
friends that they haven't a grey hair in their
heads. It is a pardonable pride, and the
world would be better off,, if there was more
of it, for when the aged make themselves
attractive to others they are more eertain to
win and retain the esteem and respect to
which a Burthen of well' spent years entitles
them. Try Hall's Hair Renewer if age or
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DY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION AND DECREE
D of foreclosure issued out of the Circuit Court of
the State of Oregon, for Benton county, the 2d dav of
February, A. D. , 18S0, upon a judgment rendered
therein at the April term of said Court, in 187&, wfrnre
in Melissa D. Thayer was Plaintiff MM w. V. Hilliard,
Defendant, for the sum of (S722 !)3) seven hundred
and twenty-two and U3-100 dollars with interest at one
per cent, per month from April 14th, 1S79, and S100
attorney s fee. and tne furtner sum ot Sift 30 costs
commanding lnc to mane sale oi tne real projwrty
described in said decree, to satisfy said sums of money,
with interest and costs thereon, and by virtue thereof
1 nave levied upon tne real propertydescnoed thereon
to-wit; Claim No. 37, Notilication No. 7874, in T 14
SR8 West Willamette meridian, being the original
donation land claim of B. N. Longsworth from the
government of the United State: containing one hun
dred and sixty -one anu 18-100 acres, lying and being
situated m Kenton County, Oregon ; and on
Saturday the 2Ctii day ok AJXKch, 1880,
At the front door of the court house, in Benton
county, Oregon, at the hour of one o'clock r. M, I will
sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash in
hand all tlie right and interest or the defendant, w. F.
Hilliard, in and to the real property beforementioned,
together with all and every of the tenements, heredi
tament and appurtenances thereunto belonging,
or in anywise appertaining to satisfy said evecution,
costs and expense or sale. sol,. KliNU.
snenrt oi Kenton county, Oregon.
DatedFebruary 18th, 1880. 17:Sw5
The Northern Pacific Railroad.
Much interest is felt by otrr people as to
the final location of the Western Division of
the road, But whether it comes down 'the
Columbia River or goes across the Mountain
to Puget Sound, the supply of Oregon Kid
net Tea will not be effected. Enough was
gathered last fall to cure every case of Back
ache or Kidney Disease in Oregon, and it
will do it too.-
New this "VVeeJc.
In the Circuft GoUrt- of the State of Oregon, for the
county of Benton. Melissa D. Thayer, Administrator
of the Estate of A. J. Thayer, deceased, Plaintiff,
vs. Sanford C. Carter, Defendant
To Sanford C. Carter, the- above named Defendant :
N THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OREGON,
you are hereby summoned and required to appear
and answer to the complaint of said Plaintiff in the
at'ove entitled action now on hie in the office of tho
Clerk of said Court, on or before the 1st day of the
next regular tgrm of said Court, to he begun and held
at the court house, in the city of Corvallis, in said
county and State, on the 2d Monday the 12th day of
April, a. 1J. , ISM)
And you are hereby notified that if you fail to an
swer said complaint as herein required the Plaintiff
will take judgment against j on for the sum of $220-100
in U. S. gold coin, with interest hi like cause, at the
rate of 12 per cent, pjr annum, from the 1st day of
September, 1871, less the sum of 835 53- paid Sept.-
13th, 1873, and for costs and disbursements oi am
This Summons is published bv order of Hon. J. t .
Watson. . Judge of said Court made at Chambers on
the 6th dav of February, 1830;
Dated February lath, 1880.
JAS. A. YANTIS,
17:3w0 Attorney for Defendant
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for
Benton county, Jesse M. Stilson, Plaintiff, vs. re
linghysen Htiison, Defendant. To Frelinghysen Stil
son, thp above named Defendant:
N THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OREGON,
vou are herebv summoned and required to appear
and answ er to the complaint of said Plaintiff in the
above entitled suit, now on file in the office of the
Clerk of said Court, on or before the 2d Monday of
Anril. 1880. And vou are herebv notified that if you
fail to answer said Complaint as herein required, the
Plaintiff will apply to said Court fortnereuei prayeu
for in the complaint, to-wit: A divorce from the
bonds of matrimony now existing between plaintiff
and defendant This publication is made by erur of
Hon. J. F. Watson, made at Chambers, Feb. 1, 188ft
Dated this 10th day of Feb., A. D., 1880.
CHENOWETH snd J"OHNSON
17:8w6 Plaintiffs Attorneys.
M THE ROAD TO
V four miles from Corvaliis. on
KING'S VALLEY, ABOCT
Monday, Feb. 1(1,
one promissory note, for S72 00. in favor of Lmma
Milner, and signed by J. H. Yantis. All persons arc
warned not to purchase said note. The finder will be
suitably rewarded by leaving the same at this office,
or with the undersigned. EUGENE MILNER.
Corvallis, Feb. 17, 1880. 17:8tf
CITY TRANSFER COMPANY
All hialing. in city or country promptly attended
F Oil SALE .
I OFFER my Lot for sale, in the city of Corvallis,
Benton county, situated in the rear pf Hotel occu
pied by John Haskins. For partietlars addneaiary
Ann Alurrv, junction vaj, vreon.
A1AU1A -A. JL .1..,.,
Junction City, Oregon Jan. 30, 18S0. 17:5wml
OF A DECREE AND EXECUTION
sfiifrl iiiit of the Circuit Court of the State of
Oreeon. for Bentou county on the 22d day of Decem-
: . . . . . . . ii If 1.1.. l nMina An-
ner, 18vi, in favor or . r.. af
thonv Roberts, for the-sm of (1423.24) four hundred
and twenty-three and 24-10 dollars, and interest
thereon at the rate of one per cent, per month from
November 20, 1879, 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 prBpertV set out and described in
said Decree, to-wit :
The east half oi tne nortn-cast quarter, me norcn
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-five acres and 50-100 acres of land in-Benton
county. State of Oregon, and on
SATCBDAT, THK218T DAT OF FEBRUARY, A. D. 1880,
In front of tSe Court House door, in the city of Cor
vallis Benton countv. Oreeon. I wiM sell at public
.,.tiniv .i tin- highest bidder, for cash, all the rttrht.
title, interest and estate of tne ueiencanv, ahuiuhj
Roberts, in and ftr-tK above deenbed real property,
with all and every of tenements, hereditaments and
appurtenances thereunto bekmgintr, or in anywise
lcrtaining, to satisfy said execution, together" wi Hi
the costs and expenses 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.
F. A. JOHNSON, M. D.
16 clan, Sugcon.
OCULIST ANLV ELECTRICIAN.
Surgery a Specialty.
Office with Allen & Woodward. Residence, A. J
YoiWs house. Third street. l36tf
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Hits Lttrge, and Constantly In
rreasing circulation, and is one
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MEDIUMS in the State, bemg
published i the heart of the
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INVARIABLY 1ST ADVANCE:
Advertisements inserted at Rea
All kirkis Plain and Ornaniest&
Printing executed -with neat
ness and dispatch. Justices'
Blanks co&staatl y oh hand.
"roprietof and" Publisher;
W. H. EVENS,
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE CIT
izens of Corvallis and vicinity, that he has
opened an Upholstering Kstahlishnielirt, on the first
block above the Occidental Hotel, where he is pre'
parer 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, 18S0. 17:Itf
OF I.O .- .V
Capital, - $12,500,000
James Readman, Agent,
Cor vallis, Oregon.
GEORGE A. WEBU, Gen. Agent for Oregon.
Decemher 17, 1S79. lG:51mO
W. P. SMITH, M. D.,
Physician & Surgeon,
VOU X .19,2.1. m OttEGOIV,
OFFICE OVER GREEN & GOLDSON'S DRl'G
January 7, 1880. 17:2tf
TVTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT CO-PA RT
131 nership heretofore existing between the under
signed has this day been dissolved by mutual consent
and the business will hereafter be conducted by 3?
M. Eglin. All those indebted to- the late" firm will
plcaic settle at once with either party.
5. M. EGLIN,
J. & LOMER.
Corvallis, February 0, ISb'ft
VTOTIC'E IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE UN
dersigned administrator of the estate of Mary A
I)aw deceased, has filed his final account of saiif
estate, in the County Courtof Benton county,- Oregon
for allowance and settlement, and that
Saturday tiieGtu dav Ok Maiich, A. if., i88d,
The same being a nay of the regular March term of
said Court, at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day, has been1
fixed by said Court, as the time for hearing objections'
to said ccounts and settlement thereof.
Administrator of the Estate of Mary A. Dav
February 5, 1880". 17:Cw6
Farm for Sale.
mHE LfNDERSIGNED OEFEftS FOR
I sarte his spletiilid 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 farms Terms
easy and title perfect. For particulars in
quire of E.- Holgate, W. B. Carter, or
on the premises.
Corvallis, Jan. 1. 1878. ' ifi:itf
'pHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN DULY AP
I pointed by the County Court of Benton cpun'jy
Oregon, Administratrix of tlie estate of John Kenne-'
dy, deceased, all persons having claims against said
estate will present them, w-Ithin six months from tho'
date of this notice, with the proper evidence of claim;
to' the undersigned, at her residence in Benton coun
ty, Oregon, on the road leading from Corvallis to
Albany, afcout five miles from Corvallis.
Administratrix of the EsUite oi John Kennedy,
deceased. Corvallis, Feb. 6, 1SH0: 17:Cw5
Notice to Creditors
"VTOTKJtf is liftfcby jjiren by the undersigned Ad
iN ministrator of "the estate of A;-ron WclU, deceits
ed, to the creditors of, and all persons having1 c!aim
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 thi
notice. BKAOLEY tllOXEL.
January 30. 1380 17:fv4
T. C. ALEXANDER,
ATTORNEY at LAW,
FFICE ON MONROE STREET, NEAR COURT
THE GAZETTE 1
Six Hnndreci Dollars
FIUR LOTS, WITH HOUSE, BARN, FRUIT
Trees, &e., can be bought for SC00 00.
EBquire of W. T. CHAPMAN,
A tne M. E. Parsonage, Cervifflis,
Opp. North Dist School House.
November 26. 187a. ' 16:4Stf
J. L. LEWIS, - Proprietor,
HAVING PURCHASED THE ABOVE
Market and fixtures, and crhia
ently located in Corvallis, I will keep con
stantly on hand the choicest cuts of
Especial attention to making extra Boiogna Sau
sage. Being a practical nutcner, witn large exeri-ence-
in business, I flatter myself that 1 can give
satisfaction to customers. Please call t-nd give me a
trial. JOHN SMITH.
Jannry Iff, 1880. 10:45tf
Eeal Estate for Sa'e!
Bcuton Coiinly, Crefrou.
TWO VACANT LOTS, in the central part of fowfi,
haudV to the Westside Depot. One of the most de
sirable places for a residence in the city. ISjan
TWO IMPROVED LOTS, rjn tTie main business
street, with small stable, woodshed, and a good, com
fortable dwelling house, containg seven good rooms.
These lots are nicely situated for any kind of busi
ness purposes. ISjan
The cheapest farm in Oregon ; five miles north of
Corvallis, in a good neighborhood ; one-half mile
from one of the wesUide 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 cxensc ; 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 yood orchard, all
ef which is offered for sale at a prfce oncthird less
than same kind of farms adjoining it.
One Steam Planing Mill and Sash and Door Factory,
in Corvallis, with All the machinerv 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.
jtll'the' above property is for rale, on reasonable
terms. For further iiTforlii&tfoii concerning the same
inquire of M. S. WOODCOCK,
At his Law Oftick, in said City of Corvallis.
G0RVALUS AND WILLAMETTE
Hans DAni. E Phil, Chr. A. Seuelcke.
DESIRE to call attention to their plans
and drawings of buildings of ail kinds,
civil engineering, sivr-veying and architect
ural works, with all the latest improve
ments. They would mention particularly
the following branches : Saw mills and plane
mills. (Jrainmills. Furniture, joinery and
mechanical works. Waterworks, and other
works connecting with water. Surveying.
Construction of bridges and roads. Church,
school ami other official buildings. All
kinds of dwelling houses airtl farm buildings.
All orders will receive immediate atten
tion. Please to address all communications
to the company's headquarters at Corvallis.
O'Awardatlfirst premium at Oregon State
fair, 1879, for architectural ami engineering
The Oregon and Washington
ADVERTISE OREGON FARMS FOR
Sale, largely in the East, free of ex
pense to Farms, anless sale is made. In
that case, 96.00 for each farm sold. Farm
ers will find i to their interest to call on
CHENOWETHT & JOHNSON,
Agents O. & W. L. Co.
Corvallis, Oct. 8, 1870. 16flyl
FARM FOR SALE
-k i v Ai'RSa nf land ir.na,r:d threfi
OiJvJ mileB rotn of Corvallis, one-half
farming land with sutfecient timber to sup'
ply the place; also stock water. Farm ac
cessable by public road. Term sy. In
quire of J. A. HANNA,
Wttf Or- JAS. A. YANTIS.
FIRST ANKUAL BALL
Young America Hose Co.,
TO EK OIVKN AT
HAMIIrOVN OPERA UOUKfrl;
os ..... .-
Monday Eve., Feb. 23. 1SS0,
MUSIC BV SECOND BRIGADE BAND'.
Tickets, - - S2 OO
The public cordially invited to atten-i',
Corvallis, January 21, 18S0. lV:4w5
J. M. EGLIN.
J. R. LOMER
EGLIN LOMER, Prop's,
On the Comer West of the Engine Houso
CORVALLIS, - - OREGON,
HAVING COMPLETED OVR
new and commodious BARN,
we are better than ever prepared to
BEST OF TEAMS, BUfES. CARRIAGE
SADDLE HORSES TO HIRE.
At Reasonable Rates.
jt3T Particular attention givon to Boarding Horse
Horses Eouprtit and Sold or Exchanged.
PLEASE GIVE US A CALL.
November 24, 1S79. lft-lSff
WAY MAN ST. CLAIll,
(SUCCESSOR TO W. A. WELLS,)
Keeps constantly on Land every thing belonging i9
a first class shop.
43'Cncle Sam's Harness Oil for sale. 16:2ovl
GkoRue P. Wkksx,
Att'y at La
Wreait & Holgate.
COLLECTION, LOAN, INSURANCE
(iKM'.Al, BL'HINESS AOi.NTS, AND
Office on Second street, next door south the Cit
CORVALLIS, : : OREGON.
Baying, SeJiiujf and Leasing Haal Keialfe. !ton
attention gnreti to
C OLLECTIO N S.
Loans Negotiated, etc. Will keep Regular
A.uction Sales Rooms1
And s.ll at AUCTION, anything de ired, either at thiT
Sales Rooms or clschere, in City or Country. AgenW
for good reliable Insurance Companies.
We now have oil hand for sale, botn CrtAIN and
Stok Farms, and Citv PhoI'KBTV, at fair prices, anc?
jy' can make Sales ik anvbodv can."
Please give us a call. WRENN & HOLGATE.
Corvallis. April 17, 1679.
PllOTOGBiPH GALLERY I
A, A. MORRILL, Fro.
V0ULU RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE TO THfc
' " citizens of Corval!i3 and vicinity, that lie l$r
prepared to do all kinds of
At prices to suit the times. Patronage solicited, and?
satisfaction guaranteed, in all cases.
COPYING aSid ENLARGING a srEciiirr. Kvftr
tives retouched, and preserved.
Front Street, Tw9 Hoots South of A. antnorn
Son's Store. ALFRED A. MORRILL.
January 7, 1830. lTtf
25 Cents per Grall'on
Wilts REQUIRED FOR INFAKTS.THE
of one cow will be fiurusherir
Milk warranted PURE.
LISTEN FOR THE BELLI
A. G. MULKEV, Profi..
Corvallis, January 7. 18S0 HitMaaJ..