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WEEKLY (HULLIS GAZETTE.
Corvallis, June 11, 1880.
Mr. J. H. Bates, Newspaper Advertising
Agent, 41 Park Row (Times Building), New
York, is authorized to contract 'or advertise
ments in the G axette at oar best rates.
III IN 'II DIRECTORY.
M. E, CHUECH Regular services every Sunday,
at 11 A. m. and 7 T. L Sanday-Hcbool at the dose of
morning service, with UiMe ciag.es for old and young.
Pray i r meeting on Thursday evening at 7 o'clock. A
general invitation and cordial welcome.
W. T. CairMAS, Pastor.
EPISCOPAL CHURCH The Her. Mr Seliwood.
of Oregon City, will hold the aerviees and administer
the Holy Communion m the Epimpal Church, Cor
vallL, on the 3rd Sunday in each month. Lay services
will he held on each Sunday at 11 and 7. Sunday
school at 3. By order of Iks nor Morris.
M. E. CHURCH SOUTH -Serviced every Sabbath
at 11 a. m and 7pm. at the colleee ohanei. Sunday
school at 0:3 A. M. Prayer meeting Friday evening
at 7 o clock. Public eordlaliv invited.
JoHKrn Emf.rt. Pastor.
EVANGELICAL CHTJRCH Services regularly ev
ery Sabbath morning and evening, unless otherwise
announeed. Sunday school at S r. a. each Sabbath.
Prayer meeting even- Wednesday at 7 e m. The
public cordially invited
Ear. W. C. Kaktxbr, Pastor.
The election is over and we can now only
quietly await the returns to see who are the
fortunate candidates. The state, so far as
heard from, is largely Republican, and al
though no news has been heard from East-
-n Oregon, there can be no doubt but that
the whole of I he Republican state ticket is
elected by a considerable majority.
In this judicial district, Judge Watson
(Rep) is elected by a handsome majority,
but the vote on district attorney is not re
ported, and from the best information we
can get, will be very close.
For joint senator Mr. Bensell (Rep) has
carried Benton county by 15. Polk county
not heard from. Mr. Clow, Democratic can
didate, resides in Polk aud the result is
doubtful, with chances in favor of Clow.
On the county ticket the Democrats have
elected Parker, representative, and the as
sessor, and it will perhaps take the official
count to decide the matter between Wag
goner and Hcrron, representatives. The
.Republicans have elected everything else.
The whole fight in this county was made on
clerk and sheriff", but the people came up
and, by their votes, said they were satisfied
with the men who had faithfully served
them so Ion?.
The Oregon Swamp Land Case Decided.
Secretary Schurx has recently decided the
Oregon swamp land matters arising in the
Oregon City land office, which were appealed
last November by Gov. Thayer and argued
by Capt. Mullau, state land agent for Oregon.
The Secretary reverses the decision of the
several land offices and holds that the Oregon
swamp laud grant was one pretenti, that
there has not oeen any forfeiture, either as
to land surveyed prior or subsequent to
March 12, 1860, or whether selected within
two years from the adjournment of the legis
lature or not, and consequently that all lands
in Oregon actually swamp must he certified
to said state. This and also the Dennis Crow
ley decision terminates in favor of the state
of Oregon all disputes between the United
States and said state, that have been pending
under the swamp land act of March 12, 1860
for 20 years.
List or Graduates. The following are
th 5 graduates of the University of Oregon,
at Eugene City, for the years of 1879 '80.
This is the largest class that has graduated
from this insitatiun since its doors were first
opened The class numbers twenty, all tak
ing the degree of B. S., except the first named
gentleman, who receives that of A B. : T. C
Powell, Nettie McComack, Agnes McCor
nack, lone Craatill, Minnie Starr, Eva Rice,
J. W. Bean, K. P. Geary, J. F. Hill, George
Noland, W. L. Boise, C. F. Clark, Al. Cool
idge, J. F. McBlatne, W. J. McUaniel, Owen
Osburn, L. IL Wheeler, A. S. Rosenthal!,
C. A. Wasa.
Only one fight on election day.
See the Yaqnosa stage line ad. in another
Work on R. M. Thompson's new brick is
The Corvallis Plow Company cast their
first plow lastgTuesday .
Remember the firemen's excursion to
Portland next Tuesday.
Horn. T. B. Oteneal, of Albany, called
noon us last Wednesday.
J as. Collins, Alsea, and Geo. Stevens, of
Newport, are in the city.
Profs. Arnold and Hawthorne made a fly
ing trip to Alsea this week.
We notice several new dwelling houses in
course mi construction in Corvallis.
Now is the time to bring in your wood est
sntweription. A few more cords wanted yet
A cast blew up at the foundry last Tues
day can sing quite a little scare, but doing
no serious damage.
J as. A. Campbell, Esq., of Junction City,
was in the city the first of the week and fa
vored us with a call.
We acknowledge a very pleasant call from
Hon. L J. Powell, state superintendent of
public instruction, oh Monday last.
Eivin Glass, Dr. F. A. Vincent, E. H.
Burn ham and Wm. Paul went to Alsea last
Saturday and returned on Tuesday.
Found A small satchel which the owner
can have, by calling at this office, proving
property and paying for this notice.
Paul Wiley went to Albany and back last
Monday in two hours and twenty minutes,
with two little ponies at that. Pretty good
Jos. Speidel is constantly receiving in
voices of all kinds of farming machinery,
which he sells at bed-rock prices. Joe keeps
none but the best.
New and elegant stock of millinery goods
just received, at Mrs. E. A. Knight's, which
will be sold cheaper than they can be bought
any where else in the city.
Prof. L Royal, who has been spending
his vacation in Portland, returned Monday.
His father, C. W. Royal, also came up on
business, ami returned Tuesday.
Mr. T. H. Follett has purchased R. Hultz's
interest in the City Market, and hereafter
the business will be conducted under the
name of Lewis. Foliett. They expect, by
i air aeanng, to merit a tair snare ot patron
Tom Cauthorn says that he has found that
he cannot be e'ected County Treasurer but
he can sell the best Threshing Machine that
was ever sold in Oregon or any other coun
try. For proof of the same see Norm. Lilly,
who has just bought one of those celebrated
f. L Case short Apron Threshers. 32-inch
cylinder, and 10 Horse Dingee Power.
On Tuesday Miss Hattie Hanna of this
city, and Miss Helen Busbnel of Eugene,
drove from Corvallis to Ensene in a bmnrv.
Miss Hanna manipulating the ribbons. The
journey was accomplished without accident.
and yet we understand that neither of the
young ladies are in tavor of women rights.
Election day passed off quietly, but we
regret to notice that notwithstanding the
rigid law against the sale of intoxicating li
quors on that day quite a number of persons
were intoxicated, and in the evening a larger
I a.1 t r 1 - t-T,
numoer man osuai iouuu a temporary aiuu-
ing place in the calaboose.
The friends of A. M. Herbert, who
sent to. the insane asylum some time since.
will be pleased to learn that he is rapidly
improving, and it is thought wul soon be
entirely cured. We have been shown a
letter fiom him, and also one from Dr. J. C
Hawthorne, which speak very favorable.
Mr. J. B. Horner, recently local editor of
the Philomath Crucible, has severed his con
nection with that paper and will, we are in
formed, accept a position, for a abort time,
as typo on the Benton Blade. We are glad
Mr. H. is to be in in our city as he is a very
pleasant gentleman ; and being am excellent
workman the Blade is fortunate in securing
Sale or Horses. By reference to our
advertising columns it will be seen that J.
W. Brown will sell at public auction, at the
barn of G. B. Smith, 4 miles south of Cor
vallis, twenty head of excellent horses, con
sisting of work horses and brood m ires.
This will be a rare chance to procure good
horses, cheap, as Mr. B. is determined to
dispose of ibem at some price. In our last
issue we stated in the advertisement refer
red to, that this sale would take place at
Soap Creek. This was an error in the ad
vertisement, which has since been corrected
and the sale will take place as above stated
Elocutionary Extebtainmest. Mrs.
D. F. Smith will give an Elocutionary en
tertainment at Hamilton's Hall this even
ing. Mrs. Smith has given a number of
entertainments of this nature in Portland,
and other towns in the valley, recently,
aud is universally commended by the press
every where It has been our good fortune
to meet Mrs. S. during the week, and from
limited acquaintance and her high recom
mendation- and reputation, we have no hesi
taucy in promising our readers a very pleas
ant evening, if they will be present at the
Hall this eveninir.
No Excess. It is not in order for females
to claim exemption from payment of licenses
in this section on the ground that they s
widows or unprotected. Recently the Coun
cil of Walla Walla declined to remit the
license of a lady in business, who asked re
lief on the score of her widowhood The
considerate fellows decided that a woman
had no business to be a widow in a country
where men were lying around loose. Wes
Fire at Independence. On last Satur
day a fire broke out in the Eagle Hotel, at
Independence which soon consumed the
Hotel, the residence of Dr. Belt, Smith'
drug store, a millinery store and two other
buildings. We are not informed as to the
value of the buildings or the amount of in
Delegates. At the regular meeting of
Excelsior Lodge. No. 9. L O. G. T., held
last Friday evening, the following delegates
and alternates were elected to attend the
Grand Lodge, to be held in Albany, com
mencing on the 15th inst : Delegates, Dr.
J. R. Bayley and B. PL Allen ; Alternates,
Miss C. M. Tnller and Miss Rebecca Wren.
Man Drowned. On last Friday about 9
o'clock a. be. , Wm R. Gilmore, one of the
hands on the steamer Occident fell overboard
in the Willamette river, near the Boonville
warehouse four miles above this city, and
before assistance could reach him he bad
sunk to rise no more, in life. Efforts were
immediately made to recover the body, but
to no purpose, the water being very deep
and rapid. The father of the deceased, who
lives in Salem, was immediately notified of
the lad accident, and came to this city on
Sunday to join in the search that up to this
time has been fruitless. On Tuesday even
ing all hopes of finding the body Inuring ex
pired ropes were stretched across the river
in hopes of catching the body when it raises.
The deceased leaves a wife and two children
residing in Salem.
Election. Election of officers of Friend
ship Lodge No. 14, A. O. U. W., June 7th,
1880, for the term ending Dec. 31st, 1880:
J. H. Penn, M. W. ; James A. Cauthorn,
G. F. ; T. J. Buford, Overseer; J. S. Moore,
Recorder -. J. S. Grev. Financier : J. C.
Kitton, Receiver ; W. S. McFadden, Guide;
James Rankin, L W. ; James A. Yantis,
O. W.; J. C. Kitton, Trustee.
Sad Havoc Is Created
Among the tenants of the month by allow
lag impurities to collect upon their surf ac
or in their interstices. suzajuun l re
moves every vestige of tartar from the
teeth, and renders their premature decay
impossible. It not only imparts to ' them
whiteness and visor, but communicates
hardness and roainess 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 like a gritty tooth paste.
Insane Patients. From the returns of
Dr. Hawthorne, superintendent of the Ore
gon Insane Asylum, for the quarter ending
May 31, 1880, we cull the following facts
and furores: Number of patients at last
report, 272; admitted daring quarter,' 3
total, 305 ; discharged or died during the
quarter, 22; leaving 283 patients in the
asvlum at the present time. The cost to
the State for care and treatment of the pa
tients during the quarter was $18,410 43.
A CARD TO BUILDERS
Having enlarged, and otherwise improved
my yard, I am better prepared to make
first-class brick than ever before.. I keep
none but the ttandard sand-mould, since
slop-made have been condemned, by our
best mechanics, as inferior material. Was
that class considered equal to other varie
ties for building purposes, it would have ex
clusive sale, since the cost of manufacture
ing is considerable less, yet such is not the
case. We can find none for sale, in any
market at the present time.
By receiving orders at an early date, I
shall be able to fill, m time for summer
work- A living profit, is all I ask. Truly,
Mrs. L. A. Oknnick.
P. S. I am retailing brick as cheaply as
they have ever been sold, in Corvallis, and
I defy competition, for the same class of
material. Truly, Mrs. D.
Dated June , 1880. lw
To the wife of Dr. N. B. Avery, June
5th, 1880, a daughter.
To the wife of Chas. Logsden, of Blod
gett's valley. May 24th, 1880, a son.
To the wife of Walks Nash, of Hill Farm,
June 6th, 1880, a son.
Near Monroe, Benton county, Oregon,
June 6, 1880, Mary Shultz, aged 18 years, i
months and 28 days.
Mr. Editor : As you are receiving items
from various parts of the c-wnty, perhaps a
few squibs from the mountain top may not
we are just now being blessed with one
of those copious rains, of which we are
rightfully proud ami for which we are justly
famous. The aforesaid rain commenced
sometime since, and from present appear
ances will continue until it stops, if not
Our broad highway, from Corvallis to
Newport, is being placed in excellent con
dition, and will soon be in readiness for the
throng of travel toward the sea-side. Messrs.
Johnson and Porter have this part of the
road under their supervision and are doing
good work. The new road from the Yaqui
na to the English colony on Rock creek is
completed and the hands discharged. This
road opens a large scope of productive ter
ritory which will soon make itself known
through the channels of trade.
Our election passed off very quietly,
though a full vote as polled every man in
the precinct being on hand. As usual a
handsome majority was given the Green
back ticket except on Clerk and Sheriff on
which there was considerable scratching, as
Mr. Hughes received a majority of 12 and
Mr. Johnson a majority of 6. A little sharp
practice was played upon the Greenbackers
by the committee who had the tickets print
ed, by leaving off three of the candidates
and filling their places with those of the
other parties, viz : the candidates for Con
gressmen, Joint Senator and Surveyor.
However, their names were written on and
the two bitter received good majorities
There was a little good natured skirmish of
justices of tin peace. A. J. Porter, the
present incumbent, retires and P. Bryant
wiu aon rue ermine ann perform all tbe of
iiciai acts me omce requires. Mr. Jb. is a
very popular man as well as being eminently
qualified for the position. His son Joseph
will perform the duties of constable, and
be a terror to evil doers.
Crops never looked better in this part of
the " Lord s' vineyard," and as the doctors
would say, the health of the community is
"distressingly good Quits.
Summit, Oregon, June 8. 1880.
A Pioneer newspaper. While at
Scottsburg, Douglas county, recently, Mr,
D. J. Lyons, of that town, showed us the
files of one of the earliest newspapers pub
lished in uregon. i ne name ot the paper
was the Umpqaa Weekly Gazette, edited
by D. J. Lyons, and published at Scotts-
Durg, Oregon .territory, ine first issue
bearing date of April 28th, 1854, and is a
neat, readable paper. Mr. Lyons was at
that time, as now, entirely blind, and
though one of the oldest settlers of Oregon,
has never seen any of its beauties. Mr. L,
though now near 70 years of age, still
tains mat vigor oi mind mac made mm in
early manhood a man of influence, and not
withstanding his misfortune, is the proprie
tor and sole manager of the Scottsburg Hotel
and attends to all the business of the house
wicn me promptness and dispatch ot a
young man m the f nil possession of all his
faculties, and as a genial host is a
GREEN'S ACttUST FLOWED
It is natural for people suffering with Dys
pepsia and liver Complaint or any derange
ment of tbe digestive orsrans, such as Sour
Stomach. Sick Headache, Habitual Costive.
ness, palpitation of the Heart, Heart-burn,
Water-brash, gnawing and burning pains at
the pit of the stomach, X ellow Skin, Coat
ed Tongue, and disagreeable taste in the
mouth, coming up of food after eating, low
spirits. &c, to put off from day to day buying-
an article that they know has cured their
neighbor, friend, or re ative, yet they have
no faith in it until it is too late. But if you
will go to your Druggist and get a bottle of
Green's August Flower your immediate
cure is as certain as you live. Sample Bot
tles of this medicine can be obtained for 10
cents to try its superior virtue.
Regular size 75 cents. Try it, two doses
will relieve any case.
THE OREGON KIDNEY TEA!
Read the following testimonials, hot from
persons 3UUU miles away, whom no one
knows, hut from well known and trustwor
thy citizens ofeOregon, whose names written
with their own hands, can be seen at our
Silverton, Or., March 19, 1880.
I take pleasure in testifying to the reme
dial properties of the Oregon Kidney Tea.
For tbe past two or three years l nave been
troubled with derangement of the kidneys,
during which time I have tried various rem
edies without obtaining relief. 1 bought a
r:kage of the Oregon Kidney Tea from
C. Haves, and from tbe first dose began
to feel better and am happy to say that after
using the package, I am almost entirely
cured. SAMUEL CO A.
The writer of the following is a Baptist
minister of many years standing, well known
as a Missionary to the Indians, and is now
a teacher in the school recently established
at Forest Grove for the education of Indian
f orest i rove, ur., marcn o, taov.
I have been troubled many years with
weakness of the kidneys and have tried
many different remedies, sought aid from
different phvsicians and even changed cli
mates to obtain reliet. but have met witn
indifferent success. Hearing through
friend, of the value of tbe Oregon Kidney
Tea, I obtained a box of it and have derived
greater benefit from it than anything else
have yet found. J. T. HUFF.
I WW. Every body to Know.
Rev. Georse H. Thayer, an old citizen
this vicinity known to every one as a most
influential citizen, and Christian Minister of
the M. K. Church just this moment stopped
in our store to say. " I wish every body to
know that I consider that both myself and
wife owe oar lives to. Shiloh's Consumption
Cure. " It is having a tremendious sale over
our counters and is giving perfect sawaxac
tion in all cases of Lung Diseases, such as
nothing else has done. Bourbon, Ind, May
15, '78. Drs. Matchett France. Sold by
Allen & Woodward, Druggists.
New this- Week.
C0RML1S e PORTLAND.
YOUNG AMERICA ENGINE CO.
NO. 1, OF CORVALLIS.
TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 1880.
FOB THE ROUND TRIP.
TAQUINA STAGE LINE
HEW STAGE COACH.
Best Route to the Sea Snore.
mm: yaquina stage, carrying the u. 8.
JL Mail and passengers, will leave Corvallis Hon
i 1 1. i. i . . j .
at Elk City with the steam launch " Eureka," which
leaves tor Newport Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur
days, returning each alternate day.
Owning- both Stage and Boat we are prepared to
furnish better accommodations than ever before to
the traveling public. Express and last freight care
fully attended to at reasonable rates.
Thanking- the public for past favors we solicit their
patronage. Families going and returning on our line
wui ne taken at reduced rates.
M. W. T. CROW.
CorvaHis, June Sth, 1830. VI 3AM '
Guardians Sale of Real Prop
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT BY VTB
tue of an order duly made by the County Court
of Benton county, State of Oregon, on the 7th dav
of April, 1880, the same being a day of tbe regular
April term of said County Court, granting to the
undersigned a license to sell the real property of
Johnson Porter and Otis E. Porter, minor heirs of
John A. Porter, deceased. I, Susan Mulkey, guardian
of the persons and property of said minors, will on
Saturdat the 17th Day or Jilt, 1880,
At the hour of one o'clock r. H of said day, sell at
the Court House ooor, in the city of Corvallis, Ben
ton county, Oregon at public auction to the highest
bidder, the following described real property, to-wit :
Jertnnirar at the N E comer of land claim No. 68,
in T 11, S K 5 west. In Benton county, Oregon. Run
ning thence north 89 dee. west 31 chains: thence
south 20.00 chains; thence south 89 dee. east 91. 00
chains ; thence north 20 00 chains to the place of
beginning-, containing sixty-two seres, in Benton
Also the following lots, Zand 3, in Mock Ho. 14, in
Dixon's addition to the city of Corvallis, in Benton
Terms of sal, one half cash in hand, on day of
sale, the remainder on one year's time, with security
on property sold.
Johnson Porter and Otis E. Porter, Minors.
Dated June 9th, 1880. 17:24w5
It is strange so many people will continue
to suffer day after day with Dispepsia, Liver
Complaint, Consumption, Sour Stomach,
General-Debility when they can procure at
our store SHILOH'S VITALIZES, free of
cost if it does not cure or relieve them.
Price, 75 eta. Sold by Allen & Woodward,
For Lame Back. Side or Chest use SHI
LOH'S POROUS PLASTER. Price 25 cts.
Sold by Alley & Woodward. Druggists.
Mr. N. Newton, agent for Benton county,
is now canvassing for subscribers to the new
and revised edition of tbe above excellent
work, it is highly recommended by dis
tinguished educators and leading newspa
pers, and is considered bv all in be one of
the most nseful books that was ever laid
unon the countinsr-room desk or dzawinar
room table. nut
Big Creek Camping Ground.
THIS FAMOUS CAMPING PLACE HAS BEEN EN
closed with a good fence, affording the finest place
for camping on the Coast ; good water, plenty of wood,
and pasturusfe. at reasonable rates. Ine
hay and pasturage.
beach is close at band ; only 2 j miles north of Newport
on tne road to rouiweatner ngntnouse.
JOHN U. DUTCHER.
Newport, May 20th., 1880. 17:22m3
A CHANCE TO GET BARGAINS.
flTHE UNDERSIGNED WILL. ON THE 15TH DAY
I of June, 1880, sell to the highest bidder, 10 head
Of isttuuu MAKES and 1U neaa oi UELiUinus. ine
Mares and Geldings are of good stock, good size, and
comparatively young. The mares have colts from fine
blooded horses, the insurance of which cost me $40
each. The sale win take place at the barn of G. B
4 Miles above Corrallis,
Commencing at the hour ten o'clock, A M.
TERMS OF SALE.
For all sums of $90. and upwards, a credit will be
given by giving note with approved security Nor
sums less than $50, cash down.
JOHN W. BROWN.
Soap Creek, May 28, 1880. 17:23 w2
1. B. LOMKK.
J. c. rouKT.
LONER & P0LLEY, Propr's.
The only First Class Hotel in the City.
milE OCCIDENTAL 18 A NEW BUILDING
J. newly f nrnised. and the recognised headquarters
tor Commercial Travelers, and all prominent men
visiting Corvallis. Large sample rooms on first floor.
for commercial men, and bath room for the exclusive
use of ruesW. Board from one to two dollars per
day. aeeorains: to room.
October 20 187V. l:43ms
Notice of Final Proof.
. . Laan Omci at Oaaoos Crrr, Oasooa,
May 24. 1880
XT OT ICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE FOL-
ll lo wing-named settler has Bled notice of his in-
and secure final entry thereof, and that mid proof wili
oe made-oerore U. w Wilson, County Cleric ol Ben
ton oountv, at the county seat of said county, at Cor
Satdsdat tub Mrs Dav or Jess, 1880,
Vis : John G. Dutcher. Homestead Application Na
4141 , for the 8. E. t of N. E. I of 8. E. 1 and lota 2
and 3, Sec. 32, T. 10 S. R. 11 W. , and names the fol
lowing as bis witnesses, to prove continued residence
and cultivation oi sara tract, vis: r. u. nuuwm ana
W. B Butterfleld, of Corvallis, Benton county, Ore
gon, and Oliver Jeffries and w. K. JeOTtes, of new.
port, Benton county, Oregon.
L.T. BABIN. Register.
Dated May 28. 1880. 17 :22w5
Administrator's Sale of Seal
SJOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN TO ALL WHOM
saav concern, that in accordance with an order
of tne county court Of tne atate e uregon, ror tne
county of Benton, duly made on the 8th day of May,
A. D. . 1880. directing me as Administrator of tile
Estate of Norman McLel Ian, deceased, to sell the 8
Ejof theN Eiof Section 21, T 11, 8 R 11 West, con
taining 40 acres of land situated In said county, and
belonging to sato estate, l win, on
Thb 18th Dat or Joss, 1880,
At the hour of one o'clock of said day, at the Court
House door, in the City of Corvallis. in said county.
ssu the above described real estate, to the highest
bidder for cash m hand
- This the 12th day of Mar, 1880.
SAMUEL CASK, Administrator
of the Estate of Norman McLellan, deceased, by
M. S. Woodcock. Att'v for said Estate, 17:20w5
X MONTGOMERY STREET, 8. F.,
H. SEYMOUR Sb CO., Propr's.
EXCURSIONISTS HAVE THE PRIVILEGE OF
remaining in Portland over night, returning on
the regular train Wednesday.
Train leaves Corvallis at 6 A. a.
Music furnished by the Second Brigade Band.
Secure vour tickets early, as only a limited number
will be sold.
Tickets for sale at Graham ft Hamilton's. M. Stock
A Co.'s, T. J. Buford's, Geo. Gerhard's and C. Powers'.
Corvallis, May 28, 1880. 17:22w3
FEED AND SALE
PAUL WILEY & CO., - PR0PR8.
TXTE SOLICIT A PART OF THE PATRONAG EOF
" Benton and adjoining counties. We have plenty
of Stable Room, and yards for all kinds of stock.
Saddle horses and teams sent out on short notice and
we will run a nacK to and from Boda Springs every
Sunday, or as often as desired by health and pleasure
N. B. We shall make a special tv of Doctoriiur.
Training and Breaking horses. You will find at our
staoie one or tne best veterinary surgeons and train
ers on the Pacific coast.
Satisfaction guaranteed in every case.
For further particulars enquire st the Vincent
Corvallis, May 28, 1880. 17:22tf
COME TO STAY,
Supply a want long felt by yiu all.
We are now prepared to do
any kind of work in Iron, Brass,
Steel or Wood.
Repairs on Threshers, Binders, Head
ers, Reapers, Mowers, Rakes,
Plows, etc., done with neat
ness and dispatch.
All kinds of NEW WORK kept
i-f ' Please give us an early call.
Corvallis Plow Co.
Corvallis, May 28, 1880. lf.22yl
NEW FURNITUKE STOBE.
Main Street, Corvallis,
Opposite Sol. King's Livery Stable.
I have opened in this Store with a
Well Selected Stock of
And shall always keep and make to
Order, Everything hi tbe House riralsUa
Window Shades, the Hartshorn
Spring Rollers made up in all Colors,
in Opaque and Linen Shades
Goods, at bottom Prices.
Corvallis, May 21, 1 880. 1 7:2 1 m6
C. J. BISHOP.
Begs to inform the public in general that he has
lately recetvea a large assortment oi
CIGARS AND TOBACCO,
Also, a splendid assortment of
IMPORTED BRIAR PIPES.
Meerschaums, and all smokers' requisites, etc. , direct
These latter will be sold al an extraordinary low
N. B Cheapest House in the trade. 17:20tf
CUSS ACCOMMODATIONS. AT
mHE LEADING BUSINESS AND FAMILY HO
I tsj hi San Francisco. Having- been enlarged
recently, and newly furnished, now contains 300
elegant rooms, at prices lower than any other First
Class Hotel on the Pacific Coart.
The table Is unsurpaased by any Hotel in the city
rehw supplied with the best the market affords. An
boasts conveyed to the Hotel bm,
April it. 1890. naetf
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We Want You to Know
PAUL, THE PAINTER,
IS AGAIN IN TOWN, AND PREPARED TO DO
aB kind of plain and ornamental painting' in the
best style and at lowest rates.
Orders left at Allen & Woodward.s will receive
Corvallis, June tb,188. 17MU
Having leased a large building, we are
prepared to offer the farmers a fall line of
Harvesting Machinery and Agricultural
Implements, wagons and hacks.
Fs A. JOHNSON, M. D.
OCULfST AND ELECTRICIAN.
Surgery a Specialty.
Office with Allen a Woodward. 16:26tf
J. M. EG LIN. , THOS. EG LIN.
EGLIN BROS., Proprietors,
On the Corner West of tbe Engine House,
CORVALLIS, - OREGON.
HAVING COMPLETED OCR ATiTka- i
new and commodious BARN, sjMjtfarS
we are better than ever prepared to w g
BEST OF TEAMS, BUGGIES. CARRIAGES,
WALTER A. WOOD
Harvester and Self-Binder.
WALTER A. WOOD
CSweep Rake Reaper.
WALTER A. WOOD
Chain Rake Reaper.
WALTER A. WOOD
WALTER A. WOOD
New Enclosed Gear Mower.
CHICAGO PITTS THRESHER.
FIRST PRFflll H
OREGON STATE FAIR.
La Belle Wagons and Hacks,
Brown's Sulkey and Gang Plows.
Black Hawk and Clipper Plows.
The Celebrated Randall Harrow,
And the Square Hinge Harrows.
Also a General Assortment ot
Shovel Plows and Garden Cultiva
Also a full line of Steel Goods and
Extras for all Machines furnished
at Portland Prices.
F.J. SPEIDEL, Agent.
Monroe Street, opposite Engine
Corvallis, April 90, 1880. 17:18m4.
Farm for Sale.
'TYHE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
I sale his splendid gram 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 divirl
ing into two or more snug farms Terms
eaay and title perfect. For particulars in
quire of E. Holgate, W. B. Carter, or
on the premises.
Corvallis. Jan. 1. 1878. 16:ltf
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 ease, 96.00 for each farm sold. Farm
ers will find it to their interest to call on
CHENOWETH fc JOHNSON,
Agents O. & VV. L. Co.
Corvallis, Oct. 8, 1879. 1641yl
G0LDS0N & GRAHAM
.... DEALERS IN ... .
TVSICIAHS PRESCBIPTIONS CAREFULLY
JT compounded, ai d orders answered with care and
Farmers, and nhjrsicians from the country, will find
our stock of Medicines complete, warranted genuine
and of the best quality.
Corvallis, April 7, 1880. 17:15tf
J. SIMM AN, M. D.,
( scocsaaoa to bs. saswia.)
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE ON SECOND ST.,
near Albany Engine Company No. One's engine
Albany, Or., January 16, 1879. 17:3tf
Capital, - $12,500,000
James Readman, Agent,
Corwsalltas Oregon. ,
GEORGE A. WEBB, Gen. Agent for Oregon.
December 17. 18TB. 4l M:$Ua"
SADDLE HORSES TO HIRE.
At Reasonable Rates.
A3T Particular attention given to Boarding Horses
Horses Bought and Sold or Exchanged.
PLEASE GIVE US A CALL.
November 24, 1878. 16:48tf
WAYMAN ST. CLAIR,
(SUCCESSOR TO W. A. WELLS,)
Keeps constantly on hand every thing belonging t
a first class shop.
iST Uneie Sam's Harness Oil for sale. 16:26vl
Giosss P. Wrekn,
Att'y at Law
Wrenn & Holgate,
COLLECTION, LOAN, INSURANCE,
SBSSAb SOSIHB88 AGENTS, AND
Office on Second street, next door south the City
CORVALLIS, : : OREGON.
Buying, Belling and Leasing Real Esiatc. Promp
attention given to
Loans Negotiated, etc. Will keep Regular
.A. Taction Sales Rooms
And sell at AUCTION, anything deelred, either at the
Sales Rooms or elsewhere, in City or Country. Agents
for good reliable Insurance Companies.
We now have on hand for sale, both Grain and
Stock Farms, and Crrr Profsrtt, at fair prices, and
We can make Sales it anybody can. -w
Please give as a call. WRENN & HOLGATE.
Corvallis. April 17. 187D. 16:16tf.
A. A. MORRILL, Fro.
WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE TO THE
citizens of Corvallis and vicinity, that he is
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 A
Son's Store. w ALFRED A. MORRILL.
January 7, 1880. 17:2tf
35 Cents per Gallon,
WHEN REQUIRED FOR INFANTS, THE MILK
of one cow will be furnished.
Milk warranted PURE.
LISTEN FOR THE BELL!
A. O. MULKEY, Proprietor.
Corvallis, January 7, 1880. 16:21ml,
CORVALLIS AND WILLAMETTE
Hans Dahl, E. Pihl, Chr. A. Segelcke.
DESIRE to call attention to their plana
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 : Sawmills 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.
r. Awarded first premium at Oregon State
fair, 1879, for architectural and engineering
AL8EA STEAM SAW
J. PITMAN, Proprietor.
HAVING REBUILT MY MILL, AND ADDED A
new planer and other machinery, I am ready to
fill all orders for
Rough or Dressed Lumber,
which win be delivered at the Belknap campground,
Monroe, Corvallis, or elsewhere in the county, at
Common rough lumber, at tbe mill, $7 per M feet :
Flooring and Rustic (planed) H to $16 per M. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. All orders promptly filled.
April 19, 1880. 17m6
W. P. SMITH, M. D.,
Physician & Surgeon.
CORVALLIS, - OREGON,
OFFICE OVER GREEN - GOLpsON'S DRUG
January 7, 1880. 17:2tf
BILL HEADS, LETTER HEADS MONTHLY
statements- neallv printed at this office.