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WEEKiY MHU11 SUP
Corvallis Jan. 203 1882.
TAQVISA HARBOR .JHROVE3IE!.T.
T.:e Opinion of an Experienced Sea
Captain.
-KTiITiiD BY-
M. S. YOODCOCK,
ATTViNEY AT LAW.
OFFICIAL PAPER FOR BENTON GOuriTY
01 "R APOLCGY-
Having succeeded to the sole pro
prietorship of tha Corvallis Gazette
imWI job pr5ntu2 ofiice hy purchase
of the entire interest of Mr. Jas A.
Y:i!i)is in the same, I shall conlinne
:o pnldish the paper and as hereto
fore its columns sh-sli ln particularly
iriie lo tl-e development of tlii
mintrv, liife Willamette vjflley and
to the general interests ol the Slate
:t large. As I have always been a
1 ! publican and with my convictions
;' rij;lit it won! 1 be impossible for
i;e to be of any other political per-
t ision, and believinij as I do that
t 't; principals of the republican party
: particnlarly adopted lo the best
i resls of our repnbiie, the editors-b-partment
of the Gazette while
!r my care will always advocate
principals of that party as I
rstand them.
shall endeavor to always be
apt in calling attention to any
'nlarities and abuses when I
tli. m to exhist in t!:o ranks of
any parly. In short I shall he at
Jibfrty lo say whatever I please rc:
gairJing any political measure as I
feci nnder no special obligation to
any party otherwise than a. desire
that right and justice shall prevail.
The column-.? ot the Gazette, so
tar as our space will permit, will he
open to a free discussion of either
side of any question of public im
portance, whether of a political na
ture or otherwise. I shali endeavor
to present to the public a respectable
newspaper suitable to be admitted to
the fireside of anv one.
M. S. Woodcock.
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VALA!i!CTOK.
From reasons in which the public
are not interested we find it necessary
or at least for our own best interest,
lo retire from the Gazette. We
have been conn
i d direct ly or in
directly with thisrjonrnal for several
years and can not h ave our readirs
without feelings of the most profound
regret, vet we trust that the same
uniform courtesy and kin In ss that
we-fcnve so long received will lie con
tinued to our former partner and now
successor, to whose efforts since we
have been together, in a huge degree,
the improvement ami success of (he
Gazette is due. Again to our read
crs, adieu. Jas. A. Yaxtis.
YAQVDA BAY APPROPRIATION.
A day or two ago the "Oregonian"
published a list of the proposals for
Oregon river and harbor appropria
tions as introduced by Mr. Geogre,
Oregon's representative. In this list
Yaquitia figures for G0,0G0, only.
'jTuJieo)le will demand the" recogni
tion 'by Congress of the fact that
when the Legislature of a State
unanimously petitions for &!00,000
it is not a compliance with, but a
practical refusal o' that petition for
Congress to grant $00,000, and no
more. And farther, when Oregon's
representative has received that po
sition mainly from the people's re-
mrtce on Ins repeated promise's to
work vigorously for a certain obje.:t,
his constitnents will expect, a t'tey
have a full right, that when h ;
"placed where his influence can carry
that object in full, he will not i.--satisiied
with any ! alt manure.
We feel confident that the lia.
which the Willamette valley re o;es
in Mr. George is not misp'aee l.
Editor Gazettf. On my last
trip !o Yaqnina Bav I intended to
write yon a few lines in regard to
the harbor improvement bnt in my
hurry neglected to do so. Perhaps
it is not too late yet to give an
opinion upon this important matter.
I am fully convinced after conversing
with Mr. Polhemiis, (the Engineer
ir charge,) and examining his maps
and plans that he has a true concep
tion of the task he has undertaken,
and I fully believe' that if he is allow
ed to carry through his work to the
end he will accomplish all he claims
and confer a great and lasting benefit
on the commerce :f Oregon.
The work so far can onlv be con
sidered preliminary and yet I was
agreeably disappointed in the
amount performed. To those un
acquainted with that kind of work
it might seem that the appropriation
had been expended to but little pur-
nose anil but little good accomplish
ed, but I claim to know something
of (he nature of the work and the
difficulties to be overcome and to
my mind a great deal has been done;
a good start has been made, and the
money has been well and eeonomicly
expended. Now if this matter can
be clearly and fully presented to
Congress surely there should be no
hesitation in passing an appropria
lion for continuing the work next
season in errnest. ,
No trifleing stun will accomplish
an' good in this kind of work. The
amount must be sufficient to carry
the work along thoroughly and
Substantially or it may be money
wasted, and I may be pardoned for
drawing on my own experience for
an illustration.
During the summer of 18T5 1 had
two Schooners on the beach which
had been driven ashore and which 1
was desireous of launching. The task
was difficult as one of them had to
be moved nearly a mile and the olh-m-
still further, my first idea natur
al) was to save expense and do the
work as el eaply as possible, but
before I got through I saw my mis
lake and as most people do in such
cases paid well for my learning.
I found before my work was com
pleted that it would have been
c'leaper to have obtained the best
material and most complete outfit
on the stait and then do the work
thoroughly as I went along for I
found the tides and salt water very
unreliable and the ocean waves very
unmanageable, high tide and rough
water would knock to peices in a
tew minutes work that we had been
days in doing. And slllrongh I feel
sure that Mr. Polhemns must have
had a similar experience with a part
of his work yet I notice it stands
firm and has withstood the force ol
the heaviest gales. I feel confiden!
that, one hundred thousand dol.ars
more expended on this work in the
PACIFIC COAST BILLS.
The following bills were mentioned
in dispatches of the 11th ins :
Senator Slater introduced a bill to
authorize the construction of a bridge
across the Willamette at Portland,
in accordance with the provisions of
the act of the Oregon Legislatule of
1VS.
Senator Miller of New York, in
trod need a bill providing for appoint
ment ofoffieial stenographers for feel
oral courts in all territories.
Kepresentative George has intro
duced a bili providing that all lands
hereafter granted to aid in construc
tion of railroads, which shall not be
taken up by building of the roads
before the fir l day of January, 1885,
shall be declared forfeited and open
for settlement. This in Oregon affects
the Northern Pacific, the Oregon and
California and Or gon Central to
Astoria. The biil also contains sev
eral important clauses protecting the
rights of settlers in cases of forfeit
ure by railroad companies, and insur
ing to these settlers good titles under
United States land laws. George
also introduced the following bills:
To create a commission to report any
and all losses by rerson of Indian
depredations, a hill for relief of citi
zens of Oregon, Washington, Idaho
and Montana who were connected
witli the war between the federal
'jroverntnent and the Nez Perce Li
lians, which provides payment for
their services and for all arms or
i i . 3 i t.i exoeps coat
r-s lost, ai.u e.Men.is uie uanent or ti.mlWes last summer. Onler for the arrest
TELEGRAMS.
Richmond, Ind., Jan. 14. An attempt
to sprevl the smallpox through .the mails
was reported to the postal authorities to
day, an unsigned letter, postmarked Cin
cinnati, was received by a farmer at Lynn,
in which two smallpox scabs were enclosed.
The letter read: "I have sent you the small- J
pox. tio home ami die.
Nashville, Jan. It. The river is still
rising and 300 families have been driven
out by water in the lower part of the city.
Washington, Jan. 15. V. 8. District
Tudne Hillyer having become incapaciate.l
for judicial labor by an attack of softening
of the brain, a movement i3 on foot to pro
vide for his retirement on full pay by means
of a bill which will also cover the case of
Justice Hunt, of the U. S. supreme court.
H. P. Carter, Hawaiian minister of the
interior, is in city en route to Germany and
Portugal on a diplomatic mission.-
Don Piatt leaves Washington to-morrow
for the City of Mexico, whither he goes on
account of ill health. A western publish
ing house hns contracted to publish his
letters from Mexico in book form.
Salt Lake, Jan. 13. A man was arrested
this morning for threatening the life of
President John Taylor. He claimed that
he had a revelation from God.
St. Paul, Jan. 16. Minns-.ota bonrlcd
debt is paid oft' and to-day the old bonds
were turned here.
St. Paul, Jar. 1C. A syndicate of six
northwestern capitalists, am ng whom are
Senator Windom and Hobart of the North
ern Pacific, has made an agreement with
Vtllard to build a standard gauge road
from the nearest point on the Northern
Pacific to the geysers iu Yellowstone Park
at a cost of ft, 000, 000.
Washington, Jan. 13. Senator Farley
informed republicans this morning A;it
democrats hail now no objections to a bill
pensioning Mrs. Lincoln, but would unite in
putting it through. The urgency of the
case is that Mrs. Lincoln needs the money.
Chicago, Jan. 1G. Special from Wash
ington: A letter has been received in this
city from Gen. Carr, in which he states he
is under arrest and has been ordered to
Fort Grant for trial. Nothing is known
here of the causes which led to the arrest,
except that they grow out of the Apache
COEVALLIS
Livery, Feed,
-AND-
SALE STABLE.
IVXaisi St., Coi-vaI3as, Oregon.
- Propr,
SOL. KIFG,
the pension laws to them and their
heirs; a hill to open Umatilla reserva
tion for settlement, identical with
Senator Slater's measure; appropriate
$8500 to improve the military wagon
road from Vancouver barracks to
Portland, as recommended by Gen.
Miles, and $150,000 for the erection
of a custom house and appraiser's
building or bonded warehouse at
Portland; to create a new customs
district of Yafpiina, with Newport
as the port of entry, and a bill to
protect settlers on public lands, which
prov'des that a former failure to per
fect title shall not forfeit the right
of any one to take op the full amount
of land allowed in the first instance
under homestead or pre-emption.
FLIT EL'S MONOPOLY.
TIIE RIGHT US IS XL'S RICiil PIXtE.
M. C. George, oar efficient repre
sentative in Congress having been
placed upon two important commit
tees of the house affords him addi
tional advantages in exercising his
abilities in behalf of the people whom
he represents. From private and re
liable information we learn that he
anticipates the accomplishment ol
important results for Oregon. Mr.
George is' one of those few public
men who entertains, a broad view of
his duties to his people. With a man
of this kind in Congress there is no
possible danger that his efforts will
be put forth in behalf of one locality,
for he regards himself under equal
obligations to all.
The intemperate remarks of the
"Only Paper'- of the State can not
frighten him from his onward course.
Neither will any other of the many
bterfnges too frequently resorted
allure him from his sense of equal
e to all.
same manjier and to the sa:ne purpose
will show a marked improvement
in the channel over the bar. In fact
I immagine that the Bar has already-
been improved by the work done,
although this would seem hardly
possible as the distance that, the work
his been carried out does not -seem
efficient to have accomplished any
thing in this direction and yet when
we consider how small a thing may
i urn a currant it is possible thai
favorable results may have been
obtained and if so much greater may
be expected Let there be no effori
spared in getting this matter before
Congress in the strongest and most
positive manner. And let the peo
ple of the valley not falter in the
good work they have undertaken.
J. J. Wix a nt.
Alameda, California, Jan. 8th 1882.
. Saosr in S.nHifrn (aiforaia.
News from Los Angeles, Santa Bar
bara and other points in Southern Cali
fornia announce that a snow storm has
generally prevailed. At Los Angeles
snow began, on the 11th, at 10 A. M.
and continued for over three horn's.
At Colton in San Bernardino county
snow fell to a depth of ten inches.
Tiiis "is considered phenomenal. The
like was never before known in the ex
perience of the oldest inhabitants. It is
a welcome visitation, however, as it is
regarded as a certain indication of rain,
which is greatly needed by farmers in
that portion of the state.
Editors Gazette : The press and peo
pie of Portland have at last been forced to
the conclusion long entertained by the farm
era and "bucolic" journals of the Willam
ette Valley and Eastern Oregon, that the
system of pilotage and towage existing at
the month of the Columbia works a hard
ship upon producers, and is a great draw
back to the commercial prosperity of the
State. An examination of the records cf
legislation upon this subject will, I believe,
disclose the fact that Multnomah county's
delegation in the Legislature has, at each
session when the matter came up, uniform
ity vorke l and voted in the interest of Mr.
Ftavel, while this gentleman, in return, has
marshale 1 his forces in support of Portland's
asylum interests. The asylum question is
now settled, and we find the metropolis
planning to destroy its old friend Flavel by
the purchase of two first-class steam toas.
Saeh is life -The action of Portland's legis
lators in bef&tf of .this noaa.po!y lias been
verified tinnratid again by their efforts to
serve, the powerful corporations that center
there, a3 against the vital interests of the
people.
Mayor D. P. Thompson, who has gone to
Washington clad in the shining armor of his
star route contracts, and carrying in the
capacious pockets of his store clothes three
thousand dollars in coin and credentials
fronthe Portland Board of Trade, has been
twice a member of the Oregon Legislature,
with ample opportunity to use his "emi
nent" abilities to remedy the evils of Flavels
monopoly, which he now denounces. What
did he do? Here is the record, which speaks
for itself :
Convicted.
The jury in the case of the State vs.
J. W. Robb at Astoria, found the de
fendent guilt of murder in the sec
ond degree. He was sentenced to the
peh'itentiary for life.
But while making this splendid record on
matters of importance to every citizen, he
was not slow to focalize his cunning upon a
scheme by which the State was to be fleeced
to the extent of some 75,000 in the matter
of "listing" State lauds at the insignificant
sum of three cents per acre. This little plan
of Dave's was punctured by Hon. Cyrus A.
Reed, of Marion, who exposed it upon the
floor of the House. Everything considered,
I believe Portland has secured the right
man to "assist" at Washington.
Eefohm.
Albany, Jan. 16, 1882.
was issued by Gen. Willcox.
Scoville, council for Gnitean, has ordered
a libel suit, against the Chicago Herald
Company for recent publications concerning
his bankruptcy proceedings some years
ago.
The latest from Teru is to the 23th Dec.
The American commission rs h id then left
Lima for Chili. The day after they arrived
at Callao there was quite a severe earth
quake. Great expectations ha I been built
upon the arrival of these gentlemen by the
Peruvians, but so far a? heard from nothing
has yet resulted ffom their visit and affairs
remain in statu quo. It is not believed
Chili will be so rash as to threaten war with
the United States. Serious misunderstand
ing between the two countries is looked
upon as probable, unless diplomacy of
Messrs Treseott and Blaine proves equal to
the emergency. The Chilians are in bad
temper and will require soothing down.
Work on the canal has been almost wholly
interrupted for the past week by a general
strike among the laborers. The price
asked i.s $1 50 per day. They say that the
price of rent, foo 1. clothing, et'., have ad
vance 1 so much it is impossible to live at
the old rate: d 20 per day, besides it is
quite true that the monej used in paying
off is at a discount of 20 per cent, amounts
to but SO cents on the dollar.
New York, Jan. 1G. Major Catheart,
one of the principal members of General
Fremont's expedition, which in ISIS ma le
a winter journey eerosa the plains to Cali
fornia is dead.
The Denver, Utah & Pau.ie roal be
tween Denver and Longmont is open for
business, find freight U now beine; ran
through via the Denver & Rio Grands, an 1
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe roads, with
out breaking bulk between Denver and
Kansas city.
Washington, Jan. 1G. Governor Mur
ray s message ro tiio tectorial iegis. if.ire
of Utah has been receiver! at the interior
department. On the political situation he
lays down the proposition that in no country
is there so strong a sovereignty of church
overstate or union with constitution aal
laws; their political power is wields 1 by
tho church authority throughout Utah; that
otlieers of the church exercise authority in
temporal affairs; that the sovereignty of
the church is- supreme, and t'.iit its prac
tices are f o'lorre 1, the laws and courts of
the United States to the contrary.
TI113 morning indicates that a favorable
action will be taken at the next meeting of
the committee when it is probable Mrs.
Lincoln's pension will be increased to $50.
009 per year, as a majority of the committee
have expressed themaslres in favor of to a
increase.
AWNING BOTH BARNS I AM PREPARES TO
" offer superior accommodations in the Livery line.
Always realty for a drive,
GOOD TIElMS
At Low Rates.
Uy staples are first-class in every respect, and com
petent and obV.ghig hostlers always
read- to serve te public,
REASONABLE CHARGES FOR HIRE.
Prticn!ar Attention Paid to Boarding
Horses.
ELEGANT HEARSE, CARRIAGES AND HACKS
FOIt FUNERAES.
Coryallis, June 21, 1SS1. lS:J5tf.
J. W. HANS0IV,
MERCHANT
Next door North of old Gazette Olfiee,
COEYALLIS, - . - . 0REG9X.
Pantaloons made to order of Oregon
Goods for 87.50.
English Goods, 11. French, $14,
Suits from $20 to
Cleaiuii!; and Repairing done at Reasonabl Rates
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Tn the. Circuit Court of the State of Oregon
for Benton Count.
AareKft Miller, Plaintiff,
va. ( Suit in Equity to
Albert Ullery, Grorgfi Ullery
and W. T. Oburn, (Re- foreclose a mortis"1-1
ceiver). Defendants.
To George Ullery, one of the above named defendants:
In the name of the State of Oregon, you are hereby
rpquired to appear and answer the complaint of the
above named plaintiff in the above entitled Court now
on fiie in the office of the Clerk of said Court, on or
before the first day of the next regular term of said
Court in and for Benton County, Oregon, to wit.:
The 4th Monday of March, (the "JTth day of March,
1882), and you are hereby notified that in case you
fail to appear and answer as abeve required, the
plaintiff wSH take judgement against yon for five
hundred dollars in U. 8. gold ' coin, with interest
thereon in like coin at the r.it-2 of twelve per cent per
annum from November 5th, ISS0, and tor the further
sum of $60 as attorneys fees, also a decree foreclosing
the mortgage set up ill the complaint and for costs
and disbursements of suit and for snefa other relief as
is demanded in her complaint.
Published by or ler of J. F. Watson, Judge, made
in Court atCorvallis, November ?2d, I SSI.
L. It. MONTANYE,
19:2w7 Att'y for Plaintiff
! eh 3
AUGUST KNGHT,
CABINET MAKER,
Etc.
Colored Convention Called.
Little Rock, Jan. 14. Prominent colored
citizens of this State have issued a call for a
state convention of colored men in the in
terest of certain Federal offices. They
favor the appointment of W. W. Bailey,
U S. Marshal, and bitterly oppose that of
Thomas Gates, now member of Congress,
from the third district, who has the support
of ex-Senator Clayton's faction.
There are 13,000,000 cows in the
j United States,
Lucky Strike.
A silver lead assaying $110 to the ton is
reported to have been struck at the Mullen
tunnel while excavating the powder maga
zine, and since then an old prospector, who
was attracted by the discovery, has made
three excellent locations about a mile north
of the tunnel. They are chloride and car
bonate and go as high as $2000 to the ton.
It is within the range of possibilities that
the Northern Pacific may yet strike a bo
nanza which will yield it millions. W. VV.
Statesman. i
Mason, Iiigh.ttn Co., Mich.,
January :?, 18 2.
Dear Sir: Pit-ase seri1 me a copy
of" t he Gazette and ti ms ofsobscrip
tion a year, the weekly paper. Please
sfnd at once, as I want, to go to the
Pacific Slope to live ; I wan:, ti see
the inside of your place through your
paper. Direct as above to
F. L. Teel.
Nearly every week brings to onr
table several communications similar
to tlie foregoing. But we are sorry
to say that these inquiries after infor
mation cm not well see the inside of
onr "place through oar paper. It is
generally taken for granted that
such will appear from the columns of
a newspaper. Every newspaper
should reflect the business of its lo.
cality through its advertising col
umns. But a great many of our bus
iness men are yet living in the dim
ages of the past and have not awaken
ed to the importance of advertising
If every business ltou.se in town would
run a regular advertisement in their
local paper its colnmns woald then
show so exactly the business indus
tries of our town that the far away
stranger could sit down with paper
and pencil and photograph oyr town
and also calculate pretty clearly the
amount of business transacted by us.
Nearly Centjnarian,
Dr. Graham, of Louisville, Kentucky,
aged ninety-eight, is perhaps the sole living
representative of the early pioneers of that
State. The Doctor was an intimate friend
of the redoubtable hunter, Daniel Boon.
Til 'I"S!.V'! PRESCRIPTIONS cabefclly
completed, aiid orders unsv. crcd with care and dis
patch. Farmers and physicians from the country, will Hnd
o;ir stock of KecUfjBMs complete, warranted genuine
and of tha best quality.
Corvailis, April 7, 130. 17:lf tf
N3TIGI FOR PUBLICATION,
Land Oiiice at Oregon City, Oregon, )
fDe;:. 31, 1881.
N'OTICS IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE FOL
lowing named settler has filed notice -n' his in
tention to make final proof in sunoort of his claim.
and that, said proof will bo made before the County
Clerk of Hcnton C nra&y,as Corvalii ;, Oregon, on
VETxrsiAY, Feb, 15, ISS2
Viz.: James W. Brasfield, Pre-emptioa I. S. No. c0SQ
for the W. 1 of N. W. J of see. 7, T. 13 S. , It. 11 W.,
and lots 2, a and -1 of See. 12, T. 13 S. , R. 12 W .
Me names the toijow iiv u;u -- es t': prove his con
tinuous residence upon and cultivation of said land,
viz.: John S. George, of Collins, Benton Conntv,
Tames BaTL of Newport, Benton county, James Hoff
man and Joseph Price, of Junction City, Lane Co., all
oi Oregon.
Also, Joan S. Gaorje, Homestead Application No.
4476 for V. hot S. W. 0f See. T. 13 S..R 11 V,
Lots 3, .i ana 4 ol bee. I, and Lot 1 ol bee. 12, 1. 13
S., R. IS 17.
He Dames the following witnesses to prove his con
tinnoos residence aponfcnd cultivation of said land,
viz: James Hail, James W. E&SSfieid, Ceo. li. Ilun
saker and Samuel Warfield, all of Newport. Benton
County, Oregon.
19r2w5 L. T. BARIK. Rear&toK
Ho for Yaqnina -Bay!
MOUNTAIN LIOUSE,
C B. Mays Proprietor.
UNDER
TAKER.
Cor. Sepond aiul ?.Ionroe Sts.,
CORVALLIS, : 0REG05T,
Keeps constantly on hand all kinds of
FUENITUEE,
Coffins and. Caskets.
Work done to order on short notice and at
reasonable rates.
Corvallis, July 1, 1881. 18:27yl.
HOLMAN'S PAD.
FOR
THE
AND
THIS H OUSTS XS.sSrnJATED ON" THSUMMIT,
i 23 mile from Corvallis and 3d from Newport.
Hafelateij built a largre and commodious bpxufor
the aeconiTiiodation of the traveling public, and are
fumiainf; it a new. Will keep on hand everything
the market affords. Meals ;0 cents. Good hay and
oat always on hand. 13:40w6.
NOTICE.
Is thi on!y safe and re'.iaMe renjerly for
MALARSA m ALL STS TYPES,
Inhlading Chills, Fevers, Dull,Aching P:iina
Ileniittent jinl intcruiitteni fever, dumb ague,
distressing heidaehcs No pad in the wurlil
like Or. Holman's, It annihilates liver com
plaint, dyspepsia and bilhoosBet
This i.s the (;iily known remedy that positiv
ly expels every vestige of malarial taint from
the system without endangering health.
Frof. A. Loom is ettysz It is nearer a nni-
In the Comity Court- of the State of Oregon, I Tli5' is llon"; n the principle -A Bl.5on.iion. r.f
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The Star Baker
MAIN STREET,
CORVALLIS, - OREGON
P. H. ZS.RG F, PR0PHIET03.
FAMILY SUPPLY STORE
GROCERIES, BREAD,
CAKES, PIES,
CANDIES, TOYS, &:
Always on hand.
18:201y.
CENTRAL OREGON
ESTATE AGENCY,
Head Ofiice adjoining the Postoffice,
CorvalSU, ... Orugon.
The above agency ha the largest and best selec
tion of farms and ranches for sale in Benton County.
For full particulars of properties sec " Oregon
uoionist.
Persons desiring1 satisfaction in buying: or selling
should first communicate with Chaklks Herbert
Nasii, who will give them everv attention.
18:25tf.
For ITaqnyiii S3;iy, Tillamook
and iray Harbor; direct-
THE NEW COASTING STEAMER
YAQUINA,
JAMES E. DENNY Master
Will leave Pacific Dock, Portland, for the above ports;
Saturday, Dec 22d, at 5 o'cloik, A. M.
For freight or passage apply at the oifice on dock.
Z. J. HATCH. Aa-ont.
220 Front Street, Portland.
Or T. J. Blair, agent at Corvallis. 18:51m6
J. SHERWIN,
And Superintendent.
Offices: Room 50, Union Block, First St. ,
PORTLAND, O-h
NOTICE.
ALL PERSONS KNOWING THEMSELVES IN
debted to the undersigned will pfease come for
ward and settle their accounts as early as possible, as
we are neeaing money.
Respectfully,
B. T TAYLOR & SON.
18:51ml
for the Benton County.
In (he miittcrof the Estate
of
Quartos M. Ileeil, deceased, j
"TOTICS IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT f HAVE I
nleJ my final account in xxid eitata with the
clerk of paid Court, and the Court has fixed
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 0, 1332;
atlOA. m. of said 4ay to hear objections to the fame.
THUS. 5L KtulSD, Adm r.
By Csbsowbtb &, Johnson, tiU Attorneys.
U):2w5
WILLIAM MORRIS.
(LATE FROM ENGLAND)
FfiONT STItEET
Two doors North of the Vincent House,
wlii'.'h Dr. Uolraui's Tad is the only genuine
an I true experiment.
For all KIDNEY TROUBLES use Dr.
Holmaii'fl Renal or Kidney pad, the hc.-t reme
ty in the world and recommenctai by the med
ical faculty. , '
BEWARE OV VSOGirti. P.litfiL.-
Each genuino Holinnn Pad bears the private
revenue ftaiup of the Holroan Pad Co., with
the above trade mark printed in green.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Dr. Holmnn'a advice is free. Full treatije
sent on application. Address
IS 311y
IIOLMAN PAD CO.,
744 -Broadway New York
COKVALLIS,
OREGON
All Orders promptly Executed.
Repairs and cleaning at moderate prices. tS:201v
edependent Freight & Passenger Steamer
A. A. MoCULLY,
L B. SANUURN Master
Will Leave Portland
On Sundays and "v?.; '.nesdays at 6 A, M,
For Wheatland. Lincoln, Salem, Eola. Independence
Fairview, Buena Vista, Albany, Corvallis, Harrisburir
Qlt bmi .... u;
WlUMIlllUblUJI.Ul.be IJIHUO 11. ..illi.IIICIVuCil.lVer,
Eetianiing TaesdayB and Fridays.
Office and landine: Pacific Dock.
Z. J. HATCH, Agent, 220 Front St., Portland.
OrT. J. blair. agent at corvallis. 18:5ImB.
Notice of Final Settlement.
In the matter of the Estate I
of
George F. Denneck, dee'd.
Notice is hereby iriven that I. Lottie A. Dennick
administratrix of said estate, have filed mv final ac
count in the office of the County Clerk of Benton
bounty, uregon, ana tne uourt nas nxeu
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 3882,
at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. as the time for hearing1
any objections mat may oe made to the same.
iiUri'lE A. DENNICK,
Adm'x of estate of George F. Deimick,Dec'd.
Jan. 3, 1882. 19:2w5
The PreisJinejn-fe, the President of the Sen
ate, he Secretary of the Treasury,, the new
Jud.- of he Suprine Court, and the Post-rawtcr-'Oeneral
ar.all at present iinm&rriod.
s9k ..
C. MADDEN,
Attorney at Law,
CORVAJ-LIS, OREGON.
Will practice in all of the Court of the State.
18:62yl
GEO. P. WRENN,
Real Estate, Life and Insur
ance Agent,
Will attend to collecting of money on account or
by note. Prompt attention given to all business en
trusted to my care.
Coots, Windows, Blinds and Mouldings
Kept constantly on hand.
teTOffice opposite King's Stables. 22tf.
ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK DONE
at this office. Letter heads, etc.
CITY STABLES
THOS. EGLIN Proprietor,
On the Corner West of the Engine House,
CORVALLIS, - - OREGON.
TT'AVING COMPLETED OUR
rl new and commodious BARN,
we are better than ever prepared to
keep the
BEST OF TEAMS, BUGGIES. .CARRIAGES
AND
SADDLE HORSES TO HIKE.
At Reasonable hui.es.
t3T Particular attention given to Boarding Horses
Horses Bought and Sold or Exchanged.
PLEASE GIVE US A CALL. i
April 2, 1 80. 17:26fvt
City Transfer Company,
Trucks, Express ai Dray.
HAULING IN EVERY PART OF THE CITY OR
Country on short notice and reasonable terms.
CORD AND SLAB WOOD FOR SALE.
CAMPBELL, PRESTON & HERSANER,
18-2Gly Proprietors
H . E. HAERIS,
One Door South of Graham & Hamilton's.
CORVALLIS, . . OREGON,
Groceries,
Provisions,
DRY GOOD S3, ,
Corvallis, June 21, 1881- l8".