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WEEHn ftWfiHS GAZETTE.
Corvallis, Feb, 17, 1882.
M. S.. WOODCOCK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OFFICIAL PAPER F3R BENTON COuriTY
Kcpobiiean Siafe Centra! tommlUee.
A meeting of the Republican State Cen
tral Committee of the State of Oregon will
be held at the office of the chairman, in the
city of Portland, on Thursday, the 23d day
of February, 1882, at 11 o.clock A. M. A
full attendance is earnestly desired.
Joseph Simon, Chairman.
THE ATTifSS Aft.UXST BLAISE.
Tlie National Iti'inblican publish
ed at Washington D. C. and one of
the most extreme opponents of the
administration of the late president
Garfield has lately changed hands.
Its new management is no less vig
orous in its attacks on the plans
adopted by our late deceased presi
dent. President Garfield having
fell a victim to sneti malignant polit
ical warfare as the Nat onal Republi
can is ( lie of the chief exponents,
under its; new management it has
turned its batteries loose on the Hon.
Jas. G. Jilaine who was the. greatest
friend and a principal co-worker with
Garfield in his governmental plans.
The Natitemd Repnb ican is a firm
advocate of the Grant Conkhng
theories ancr a defender of the Starr
The people generally believe that
president Garfield entered upon the
discharije of his duties with the firm
purpose of giving to this Nation an
honest "isely conducted and pure
administration. In order to do so
Otider his advice vigorous measures
to purify the mail service and to re
form the civil service was instituted
and up to the time of his assassina
tion such plans were being pushed
with the utmost determination to
bring about a reform in these matters.
Guilty parties .who had manipulated
thousands of dollars from the gov
ernment treasury were likely soon
to be brought to a speedy punish
ment. These matters were being so thor
oughly investigated that it brought
about a feeling of great bitterness on
tlie part of the Starr route plunderers
and also by the Grant Conkling
element who were opposed to civil
service reform. This severe opposi
tion and Hatred to that administra
tion wis gamed to such an extent
that it resulted in the death of the
president. That opposition did not
stop at the grave.
Sir. Blaine during all of this lime
was a firm supporter and a confiden
tial adviser of the presidents plaits
and cordially approved of them and
Iienee the same element which pur
sued our lamented president to his
last resting place is still pursuing
Mr. Blaine With the same persistency
even after he has long since retired
to private life. The thieves in the
mail service and the offenders in the
ci vil -service influence hae come off
overwhelmingly triumphant. The
noise and excitement that once ex
isted on account of the develop
ments unearthed by the investigation
of the mail service and tlie prospect
of punishing the offenders has be
come almost as quiet as a grave-yard.
The stalwarts are being favored
with the patronage which has been
the outgrowth of our system of civil
seryice. in the past, and the prospect
of purifying these in egularities dur
ing the present administration is en
tirely gone. After the present ad
ministration if a president should be
elected who has the courage and
honesty to pursue a course beneficial
to the country, his hold upon this
lite yJ probably be as short as
Garfields after his inauguration.
For a time our government will
no doubt be administered in such a
manner as to invite that great horde
of ofiice-ieekers to take an aggres
sive part in an active strife for
Mr. Blaine was the first man
fro.n thj Atlantic slope who had the
courage to stand up in the senate of
the United States and with his wis
dom r.nd strength oppose the intro
duction of more Chinese to the Pacific
Coast. If the people of the United
States wane their government service
purified and desire to enjoy an honest
administration and one which is true
to the interests of the people they had
better nomiuate and elect Jas. G,
Blaine to the presidency. But the
misfortune agaiu. is that honest and
couragous men who are willing to
stand up before the world and pur
sue si course dictated by their honest
convictions-are liable at any time to
drop dead or become mortal! v wounded"
COLOlBIv R1TEB DEFESCES W DAJMSER.
The Vancouver Independent gets
off the following very appropriate
joke at the expense of the Oregonian:
"Tlie ' Portland Oregonian" says
"the Columbia river defences are in
a wretched slate. The few euns at
Fort Canby are mounted on frail
wooden platforms which would not
stand the jar of an hour's steady
firing, and since the sands have shif
ted, Fort Stevens is out of range of
the channels. A hosrtle fleet could
file into the rjver, demolish Astoria
then come up the river and turn its
guns on Portland without meeting
any resistance which it could not
laugh to scorn. Recent diplomatic
jars with Chili, a comparatively
strong naval power, suggest the im
portance of efficient equipment of
If we can Dlaw reliance upon the
Oregonian's former utterances re
garding the bars which impede the
navigation of the Columbia and
Willamette rivers there would not
be the least danger of a Chilian .iron
clad bombarding Portland, except
it went ashore and walked around
the bars so as to get to Portland.
Either the magnitude of the bars or
the dangerous qualities of Chilian
iron-clads have been magnified.
Anyhow no hostile fleet coull get
into the river with an opposition
pilot to lead, and the monopoly
pilot 8 could be instructed to refuse
their assistance. Such a course
would be more economical than
building more forts and big guns.
For this purpose alone the bars and
monopoly pilots are worth preserving.
Jl'DGE I'OR THE SECOitD DISTRICT.
The Albany Democrat accuses us
of paying a left handed compliment
to John Burnett of this place, be
cause we stated in our issue of the
third that he was our neighbor and
we p.efered his appointment to the
bench of this district to any other
democrat who was talked of for that
The democrat assumes that we
prefered his appointment simidy
because he was our neighbor, which
was not the case neither did we say
so. We signed the petition for his
appointment and prefered him as we
staled because lie had occupied the
bench before and had given good sat
isfaction. And from our observa
tion and knowledge of the men spo
ken of for the p'ace, we were satisfied
that he was preeminently better
qualified for the position than any
other who were likely to stand a
chance for the appointment. . ' .
So Mr. "Albany Democrat" if a
person must give all of his reasons
to the public for a preference which
he may have for his fellow man or
else suffer the consequences of hav
ing his motives misquoted why here
If the Grant Conkling element can
dispose of Blaine and other prom
inent men of the anti-stalwart kind
after the fashion that Garfield gave
way to overpowering influences
the next steo for them to take to
follow up their system of doing
things would be fer them to declare
this an imperial government, with
Grant upon the throne where he
could enjoy his fondest hopes for
power and appoint his stalwart
friends to the offices. Opposition to
stalwartism would then lead to "off
comes your head off '
The citizens of The Dalles recently
held a rousing meeting for the pur
pose of petitioning Congress to grant
a liberal appropriation for the pur
pose of continuing the public works
on the Cascade Locks. In their pe
tition they enumerate the numerous
oppressions of the Villard Jsystetn
against their people.
The exertion for power under any
and all circumstances and the great
desire for office was the principal
difficulties which have led to the
overthrow of republics in ages past
If our Republican form of govern
ment has to be superseded by any
other form of government it will be
occasioned by the same causes.
Yew York Legislature.
The democrats of New York have
the legislature but it is an elephant
on their hands and they do not know
where to put it. They have found
at last that- the principles of stal
wartism iu the democratic ranks is
about as difficult to subdue as it was
among republicans in the legislature
of tlie same stale last year.
Twenty-five hundred tons of flaxseed are
stored at McOonnel St Co's warehouse at
Wawawai, W. T, ' ,-."L' ,
novopoLY rs piblic ibprofemetts.
The question of transporting the
products of the country is being
thoroughly discussed all over the
state. Since the Villard combina
tion has extended its lines through
various parts of the upper country a
great portion ot the press of that
section is clamorous for the peoples
early freedom from the effects of
The early completion ot the eansd
and locks on the Columbia river so
as to afford the people the benefits
of a free river is one of the things
most desired by them and yet they
find that the progress of that work
is being steadily and strongly op
posed by the whole iu'fluence of the
The same opposition is being put
forth to defeat the progress of the
improvements at the Yaquina bay
and all other places unless it is lo
result in som? benefit to the mon
opoly. POLITICAL BOMBAST.
A portion of the democratic press
of Orogon are endeavoring lo make
a great noise about anti-monopoly
thereby claiming that the natural
proclivities of .that party are anti
monopoly, when at the same time
this question never was and never
will be a political issue any more
than ihc.Chinese question on the
Pacific coast has been. A large
majoiity of the rank and file of both
the republican and democratic par
ties believe in restraining the corpo
rate acts of the various corporations
so as to protect the interests of the
people from the encroachments of
corporate power. Then what is the
use of all of these big windys from
the democratic press in order to tell
the dear people that in the ranks of
the democratic party are to be found
the only natural awli-monopolist,
for there is no one who will beiieve
Port of Entry at Yaquina Bay.
The house committeaon commerce
unanimously agreed to report favora
bly on bill introduced by Representa
tive George (of Oregon) to create a
new customs district of that part of
the Oregon coasts lying between Sin.--law
and Salmon rivers with Yaquina
as ils port of entry. The bill has also
been endorsed by the secretary ofjthc
treasury and its passage is practicnll'y
A Rop for Ci;itte.ui.
Sheriff Buchtell, of Multnomah
County, has had prepared a suitable
Oregon made rope, and intends to
send it to U. S. Marshal of the Dis
trict of Columbia to be used in hang
Diptheria is prevalent at Forest Grove.
Scarlet fever has appeared :'n Brownsville.
Only one case of diphtheria now at Junc
tion. Diphtheria has disappeared from Forest
The new church at Glencoe has been com
pleted. A baptistry has been added to the Baptist
church at Eugene City.
John Chrismau sold his farm a few miles
east of Dayton for 3200.
Koberfc Wilmot resigned the office of asses
or of Washigton county.
Canyon ville boasts of an orange tree which
bears fruit as well as Jacksonville.
Revival services are in progress at the M.
E. church at The Dalles.
Freight shipments to Baker City during
1881 aggregated 1,600,524 pounds.
The Odd Fellows have purchased beauti
ful grounds for a cemetery, near Coburg,
Coyotes are bad in the waldo Hills- They
are verybold and go into sheep corrals after
On Tuesday of last week, J. W. Snapping-
ton,of Wappato lake, trapped a beiver weigL'
ing 100 pounds.
The net earnings of the county clerk of
Polk county, for the half year ending Decern
ber 31st, were 1069.45; those of the sheriff,
$11 10. .80
The wintry weather that has prevailed
in Jackson county for some time pa3t is
provmg rough on stock. ; ".. :
Stock is wintering well on the Malheur.
Southern slopes of the hills are free from
The necessary machinery has been order
ed to establish a yarn and sock factory at
A violent gale of wind accompanied
by torrents of rain did considerable damage
at Astoria on Thursday of last week.
Mr. Thomas Monteith, of Albany, has
twenty-five Oregon quails which he intends
to tame by means of his gentle disposition
towards them. :
Mr. F. E. Robinson, formerly of this
place, has recently purchased the entire saw
mill at Albany, of which he has for several
years past been a part owner. ' '
The. woolen mills at Brownsville have
recently pnt up in the mill two new looms
which are far ahead of any thing, ever had
there before. -The mills-are stocked with
orders f r .ahead of what they can supply.
Mail carrier from Coos Bay reports four
feet of snow on the Coast Mountains.
Dayton ha3 stored 170 tons of ice, freight -ing
it from Wallula,. .
Snow is five and a half feet deep on a
level east of Spokane Falls. - J
Two cildren of J. C. Saltmarshvpf Lebar.-.
on, died recently of diphtheria. . .. :..
"Wells, Fargo &' Co. have-established an
office at Ratlidrum, Koatenia Co. , Idaho.
The coinage at the Philadelphia mint iu
January, 1882. aegregnt'ed- 7,734,360 pieces
valued at $6,276, 000. -"r ' ": :
A lamp eiplosioain a St. Louis brewery
killed one person and Wounded several
others, yesterday , -
The natives have burned a town on the
west coast of Africa and plundered British
and French factories.
Mrs. Belinda Rhodes, a resident of Linn
county since 1852, died on the 31st ult. of
consumption, aged 52 years. ...-..;-...,; -
Capt. A. P. Anfcney of PortlanL lias
lately contracted wjth one firm to saw for
him one million feet of lumber.
The contract for the new M. E. church
building at Silverton has been let to Ames
Bros, for SI 959. work will begin soon.
Twenty-five hundred Chinamen and 1600
whites are employed oh the .works of the
Northern Pacific, i'ett'd'Oreille division.
Capt. Mitehel, of the schooner H. L. Tier
uan, is having a three-mast schooner built at
Shoalwator bay. She will cary about 400,
000 feet of lumber.
H.'-S. Maloney, county surveyor of Yam
hill county, has gone. to Tennessee to see a
sister? who is ?.t the point of death, with con
sumption. Will return about the 1st of May.
The earning of the shbriiT of Linn county
during the haif year ending Dec. 31st were
$2676.60. Expense of th office, 1468. Net
earnings for half ye.-.r, 1203.60.
During the past season the Oregon
Improvement company have classed them
selves with the leading real estate owners
of Baker county by purchasing 15,800 aeres
of state lauds.
The net profits of tin? Bank of England
are 135,000 a week or about $22,500 a day;
carrying the calculation a little further the
pofits are 3750, an honr, take the money
day to consist ot six h mrs.
The steamer Vancouver ran against one
of the Portland bridge, piers on the after
noon of Wednesday, last week, and broke
three holes through her hull planking. She
landed passengers and wa3 beached on the
The Lewis river people r.ra earnestly
opposing the erection of the proposed court
house and jail for Clarke couuty. They ask
to submit the matter of bonding the county
for 25,000 to a vote of the people.
Steven3 is the largest cortnty in Wash
ington territory, comprising 13,260 sru::re
miles; Spokane next, 10,000 square miles;
Yakima third, 8930' I sijiiare miles, and
Whitman fourth, 5000 square miles. The
smallest is Vahkiakifhf," 150 square mile?.
On the 29th ult. the mercury marked 26
deg. below- zero at Parker's station, on
Burnt river. . On the .same day the record
was 4 deg. below zero at Canyou City.
This is tli&'lowest teniptraturo experienced
there for tevtral seasons.
Tlie coil bunkers to 'be use! for scoring
Cir'.ion Hill coal to rtfvi amount of 3,000
tins at a time, says the Tuconn Lsdger:
will require nsarly one-million fes1-. of lum
ber, and the 'work f constructing them
will give employment for sever.il mouths to
75 carpenters and 50 or more laborers.
At a meeting of the directors of th
Wasington County Agricultural Society,
held at Hillsboro Feb.. 4th, it was decided
to change the time, of holding the annual fair
from September to July 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7
and to hold an agrieult:ir.il fair in October,
the time is not yet set. g- x
The property known as the Fisher farm,
sold last week 'to J. N.'Bigelow and others,
will be laid off asr an addition to the city of
Seattle and placed in the market. The
location 13 a peculiarly desirable one, aboi.t
a mile and a hatiTrom Commercial street
and just in the northern edge of the city.
Mr. Henry Langenberg, of Rcsaburg, ex
perienced the result of an explosion of a
kerosene lamp, which resulted in severely
burning his wrut, and still old fogie3 say
there is no danger from kerosene lampr
Oh no! I have handled them all my life and
never have met with an accident.
Luckey, Breymaa and Somerville of
Prineville, have purchased about 100 head
of cattle, mostly steers, of the following
parties: Perry Reed, Al Lyle and Wm.
Guilford, and are in the- market for more.
They have negotiated with California buy
ers for a sale of 1500 -to 2000 head of steer?
J. B. Huntington,: one '-of the ' largest
stock-owners in Baker coaftty, and exten
sively engaged iu quartz mining, had
an assay made the past week from a silver
quartz vein recently discovered by him on
Snake river. The assay showed 424,80
ounces silver and a sligljt trace of gold per
ton.' Value in silver, 543,22.
At about 7 'cloak 00 -Wednesday eve
ning of la3t week four jail birds escaped from
confinement within the hospitable walls of
the Marion county - jail. It ' appears that
they had been provided with a small saw or
file from parties on the outside.
The Seattle barrel faetory is being put
into first class order for operations. The
heavy machinery for making barrels from a
single piece staveless is coming from the
east by rail'. It will be the only one of the
kind on the coast. Upon its arrival the
machinery will be placed in posicien for
speedy work. -. ": .'.. ;.;
During a session of Good -Samaritan
Lodge L O.XL .T-.; in The Dallef last week,
a lamp-exploded in the ante-room causing a
general panic amongst the members. Two
young ladies fainted, and only by the firm
ness of the gentlemen present was a general
stampede averted. John Osborne immedi
ately realized the situation; and taking an
overcoat manfully fought the- flames nntil
they -were entirely subdued; His bands
were burned badly, but- all say that had it
not. been for hia-presence of mind, the build
ing would have beea in -names: As f it - Was,,
very little damage was done..
JVIain St., Corvallis, Oregon.
- - Propr
AWNING BOTH BARNS I AM PREPARED TO
" offer superior accommodations in the Livery line.
Always ready for a drive,
At Low Rates.
My stables are first-class in every respect, and com
petent and obliging- hostlers always
ready to serve the public,
REASONABLE CHARGES FOR HIRE.
Prticular Attention Paid o Boarding-Horses.
ELEGANT HEARSE, CARRIAGES AND HACKS
. : " " FOR FUNERAES.
Coryaliis, Juno 21, 1SS1. 18::5tf.
.... DEALERS IN ....
niVSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY
completed, and orders answered with care and dis
patch. Farmers and physicians from the country, will find
our stock of Medicines complete, warranted genuine
and of the best qualitv.
Corvallis, April 7, 1830. 17:lf.tf
In ihc Circuit Court of the State of Ore
gon for Benton County.
H. C. Lewis, Plaintiff,
Albert Humphrey, Defendant
H out of and under 'the sea! of the above named
Court, and in the ai-tion . above named, on the Kith
day of January, 1832, in favor of said plaintiff and
against said Defendant for the stud of sixty-three
(13) dollars and 810 attorneys fees, besides costs,
being- unable to find personal property out of which
to satisfy the same, 1 have levied upon and will sell
at public auction for cash at the front door of the
Court liouse, in the city of Corvallis, Benton Courty,
Oregon, on -s
Saturday, March lUhf 1S82,
between the hours of nine in the morning and four
in the afternoon, namely at one o'clock p. .m., to the
highest bidder, all the right, title and interest of the
said defendant in and to toe following: described real
property, to-wit: That certain donation land claim
which is known m the tmvermncnt surveys as th;.
donation land claim or Orin Belknap and his wife
Nancy Belknap and which said donation land claim is
bounded as follows; Beginning at a point seventeen
chains West from the South-east corner of Section
two Township fourteen South, Range six West of
Willamette Meridian, and running thence South
sixty-two chains and seventy-eiuht links, thence East
eighty chains, thence North eighty chains and twenty
links, thence West seventy-nine chains and seventy
eight links, and thence South seventeen chains and
twenty-two links to the place of beginning', contain
ing six hundred and thirty-nine and 92-100 acres,
savin? and excepting ten acres conveyed by George
Humphrey and his wife Cynthia Humphrey, to tiie
Trustees of the Methodist Episcopal Church on the
0th day of November, A. i. Id71, by dced, which is
duly recorded in the records of said Benton county in
Book "1 of Deeds on page 573. All of said land ly
ing and being situated in Benton County, Oregon,
with the tenements, hereditaments and appurtenan
ces thereunto belonging, or in anywise appertaining,
to satisfvsaid execution, costs and expenses of sale.
Sheriff of Benton County, Oregon.
Dated Feb. 0th, 1SS2. 19:7w5
The Star Bakery !
CORVALLIS, - , OREGON
P. N. Z5ER01F, PROPRIETOR.
FAMILY SUPPLY STORE.
CANDIES, TOYS, &c.
Always on hand. lS:2Gly.
Head Office adjoining the Postoffice,
Corvallis, - - Oregon.
The above agency has the largest and best selec
tion of farms and ranches for sale in Benton County.
For full particulars of properties see ' Oregon
Colonist.' L ,
Persons desiring: satisfaction in buying- or selling
should first communicate with Charles Herbert
Nasu, who will give them every attention.
For Yaqqiua Day, Tillamook,
and Grays Harbor, direct-
THE NEW COASTING STEAMER
JAMES E. DENNY Master
Will leave Pacific Dock, Portland, for the above ports,
Saturday, Feb- 11th, at 5 o':lo:k, A. li.
For freight or passage apply at the office on dock.
Z. J. HATCH, AgBt,
220 Front Street, Portland.
Or T. J. Blair, agent at Corvauw. - ., 18:51m6
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In tkt Circuit Court of the State of Oregon
for Benton County.
Arrelia Sliller, Plaintiff,
vs. I Snit in Equity to
Albert XJUer.w George UUery
and W. T. Oaburo, (He- f foreclose a mortgage
To George UUery, one of the above named defendants:
In the name of the State of Oregon, yon are hereby
required to appear and answer the complaint of the
above named plaintiff in the above entitled Court now
on tile in the office of the Clerk of said Court, on or
before the first day of t he next regular term of said
Court in and for Bentsn County, Oregon, to wit.:
The 4th Monday of March, (the 27th day of March,
18S2), and you are hereby notified that in cac you
fail to appear and answer as above required, "the
plaintiff will take" judgement against you fur five
hundred dollars in U. S. gold. coin, with interest
therein, in like coin at tlie rate of twelve per cent per
annum from November ffth, 1&0, and for the further
sum of $30 as attorneys fees, also a decree foreclosing
the mortgage set up in the complaint and for costs
and disbursements of suit and for such other relief as
is demanded in her complaint.
Published by order of J. F. Watson, Judge, made
in Court at Corvallis, November ?2d. lStt.
L. H. MONTANYE,
li:2w7 tt'y for Plaintiff
AUGrUST KNGHT, !
Ho for Yaquina. Bay!
C. I). Mays, Proprietor.
IiHiS HOUSE IS SITUATED ON THE SUMMIT,
, 23 miles from Corvallis and 38 from Newport.
Have lately built a Jarge and commodious house for
the accommodation of the traveling public, and are
furnishing it a new. Will keep on hand everything
the market affords. Meats 50 cents. Good hay and
oats always on hand. 13:-!0in6.
(LATH FROM ENGLAND)
-FRONT STREET -
Two doors. North of the Vincent House,
All Orders promptly Executed.
Repairs and cleaning at moderate prices. 13:20iy
ndepeadeni Freight & Passenger Steamer
A. A. MoCULLY,
L B. SANM7RN..... .....Master
Will Leave Portland
On Sundays and ednesdajs at G A, H,
For Wheatland. Lincoln, Saiem, Kola, Independence,
Fairview, Bnena Vista, Albany, Corvallis, Harrisburg
and al! intermediate points on Willamette liiver,
Koturning Tuesdays aad Fridays.
Office and landing Tacific Dock.
Z. J. HATCH, Agent, 220 Front St., Portland.
Or T. J. Blair, agent at Corvallis. 18:;lmtj.
Cor. .Second and Monroe St&,
CORVALLIS, : OREGON,
Keeps constantly on hand all kinds of
Coffins and Caskets.
Work done to order on short notice aad aft
Corvallis, July 1, 1881. 18:271.
GEO. P. WRENN,
Real Estate, Life and Insur
Will attend tocollecting of money on account or
by not2. Prompt attention given to au pusxuess on
trusted to my care. .. -,
Don, Windows, Blinds and Mouldings
Kent constantly on hand.
asrOifice opposite King's Stables. 22tf.
EC. E. HAKEIS,
One Door South of Graham & Hamilton,
CORVALLIS, - - ORE-SON.
Coravllis, June 21, 18S11
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Oregon City, Oregon,
-. January. 12, 1882,
-TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE FOL
i lowing named settler has filed notice of his in
tention to make final proof in support of his claim
md that said proof will be made before the County
tuerk of Ueutou county, at corvallis, Oregon, on
Thusrday, February 23, 1882,
Viz: William P. Keadv, Pre-emption D. S. No. 3595,
for the Lot 4 of See 24, T. 13 S., R. 12 W., and Lots
4, 5 and 6, and S. E. 1 of S. W. 1 of Sec. 19, T. 13 S.,
R. 11 W.
He names the following witnesses to prove his con
tinuous residence upon, and cultivation of said land
viz.: David Ruble of Waldport, M. A. Beem of Tide
water, and J. S. Moore and V. H . Mansfield of Cor
vallis, all ol ijenton county, Oregon.
19:4w5 L. T. BARIN, Register,
C. MADDEN, .
Attorney at Law,
CORVALLIS, OREGON. --
Will practice in all of the Courts of the State.
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MOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE UN
dersigned, administrator of the estate of Eliza
beth Mason, deceased, has filed his final accounts for
settlement in the office of the Clerk of the County
Court of the State of Oregon for Benton County, and
the Court has fixed : -r T
MONDAY, MARCH 6th, 1882,
at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. . as the time for hearine-
any objections that may be made to the same.
GEORGE W. MASON,
Cv5 Adm'r of the estate of Elizabeth Mason, dee'd.
A LL PERSONS KNOWING THEMSELVES TN
J debted to the undersigned will please come for
ward and settle their accounts as early as possible, as
we are needing money.
Respectfully . -W2fl5V" '
B. T. TAYLOR & SON.
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MALARIA Hi ALL ITS TYPES,
Inh'.nding Chills, Fevere, Dull Aching Paine
Remittent nnd intermitteni fever, dumb ague,
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This is the r-njy known remedy that positir
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This is done on the principle of absorption, of
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for al) KitKNF.Y TROUBLES we Dr.
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Each genuine Holman Pad hears the private
revenue ttamp of the Holman Pad Co., witk
the ateie trade mark priated in green.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Dr. Holuinn's advice is fee. Full treatii
sent oa application. Address
HOLMAN PAD CO.,
18 ai)j 74Rreadwy New York
On the Corner West of the Engine Home,
CORVALLIS, - - OREGOIT.
HAVING COM PLETED MY
new and commodious . BARN,
I gam better than ever preparedfto
BEST OF TEAMS, BUGGIES.. CARRIAGES
SADDLE HORSES TO HIKE.
At Reasonable Bates.
OT Particular attention given to Boarding Hers.
Horses Bought and Sold or Exchanged.
PLEASE GIVE HE A CALL.
April 2, 1 80. U:!6t1
City Transfer Company,
Trucks, Express and Dray..
HAULING IN EVERY PART OF THE CITY OR.
Country on short notice and reasonable terms.
COIiD AND SLAB WOOD FOB SALE.
CAMPBELL, PRESTON & HERSANEK.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Oregon City, Oregon. V, '
. January 27th, 182.
Notice is hereby irlven that the following '.
settler has filed notice of his intention to make final
proof in support ol his claim, and that eata proof win
be made before the County Clerk of Benton County,
at Corvallis, Oregon, on
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1882,
Viz.: Christia Segelche, Pre-emption D. S. No. ITsft.
for the E. tof N. W. J and N. E. of S. W-. of Sec.
21, T. 11S.,R:11W.
He names the foUewitier witnesses to orove. his con-
t nuous residence upon and cultivation of said lead,
viz: John Ford, George Landreth, George King and. .
John Alfred Ohkton, ail of Newport, Beaton County
L T LAK1N, Register.