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EVERY FRIDAY MORKING,
M. S. WOODCOCK,
(Payable la Advance.)
ill Month J J
All notices and advertisements intended for pub
cation should be handed in by noon on Wednesday
T. A. CHEXOWETH. " M. JOHNSON.
CHENOWETH & JOHNSON,
ATTORNEYS at LAW
COR V ALUS, OREGON,
CORVALLIS, OREGON, MARCH 17, 1882.
A. J. YOUNG.
M. S. Woodcock,
J. K. BRYSON.
Attorney at Law
All buuness will recoive prompt attention.
Collections a Specialty-
Oorvallis. June 24.
ATTOEKET -A-T LA"W,
CORVALLIS, - - OREGON.
SPECIAL attention siveo to collections, and monev
..niWtoil orotiiDtlv Daid over. Careful and
prompt attention given to Probate matters. Con
veyancing and searching of records, &c
Will "ive attention to buying, selling and leasing real
estate, and conducts a gjneral collecting and busi-
, . ., -, f Trvln
E. BRYSON, Attorney-at-Law.
And Loan Agency.
oney to Loan
We have money to loan on good farm in Benton County in sums to suit borrowers.
LOW INTEREST AND LONG TIME.
Interest and Principal can be paid in installments.
OrS :e on
F. A. JJHHSON, M. D.
Physician, Surgeon and Electrician.
Chronic IMseaM n ale a specialty. Catarrh suc
cessfully trjatsd. Also Oculist and Aorbt.
O Bee in Fisher's Block, one door West of Dr. t.
A. Vineent's deatal o.lice. 0.fice hour from 8 to 12
and fro n 1 to 8 o"clo ek. 13:.iyl,
G. Ii. FARE A, M. Dr
Physician & Surgeon,
.wmtmnvtnt nn.AH.VM. HAMILTON k CO'S
Drug Store. Cjrvallis, Oregon. lS:20tf
FARMS FOR SALE !
We have a Urge list of Good Farms and Ranches situated , ... various portions of
Beuto.. County, for Hale on easy terms. fames wism.ig -
lowi. Property, will save iu.,ney y ea.i.og v.. ...
BRYSON & YOUNG.
Up stairs in Jacobs & Neugass' New Brick, opposite Occidental Hotel,
WOODCOCK & BALDWIN,
DR. F. A. VINCENT,
tmCS IN FISHER'S BRICK OVER MAX
UM Frieadley's New Store. All of the latent
mirovo':n-;n;-!. Bvervtlirox " and conipletc. All
ork warr.vuted. Vlsosc give m a call. l:2atf.
N. B. AVERY, D. D. S.,
PARLOR & BOX S iOVES.
bt and Best Stock ever offered in Oorvallis. Bedrock rices.
-ALSO A FULL LINE OF-
HEAVY AND SHELF HARDWARE!
The Relaton of Culture to Labor.
Concluded From Lost Week.
The source of the first objection is
found in the utilitarian spirit of the
age. The multipled and varied ele
ments of man's nature and life are
ignored, his higher needs overlooked,
and his grandest capabilities disre
raided. To hold before the youth
1 our country the physical wants as
he most important, and money mak
nir as the worthiest cml of life, is to
ourt a state of intcllioene.e and
morality verv inauspicious tor our
IP -..!.. ...1....,
alioiiai weuaie. vmy niim
seek education for its own sak-, and
find in education its own abundant
.,. .i r..ii i....:.
reward Will we gmncr me iiiu nn
age of wisdom and culture.
Aside from the true eml of cdtiea
, , i . i"
lion, however, on I lie lower piane .
utiiitariau'sm ami material a-1 van t
f w investments can he more
i 1 .
renin iterative than inorougn wtotw
lion. The men who mae fortune
i I- - ,i..r.
ire not me mceii-u js ouwnn ...-,
the artizans however capable, out
the men of wi le menial vision, close
-. ..... . ti...
powers oi analysis who "
factors of snecss and manipulate
ihein lo their own profit. That such
ti . i . . : . ....I
m-n are atl trained scuuiam i.-
claimed. M-.nv, on the contrary,
.. .-..I li.i.
:ire men ol nine ruiioiuiuii.
while some minds have natively losjie,
invention and executive oowci, m"-'
at quire ihein only lv development
Tin. . i-ond obicction raised is lo
" ... - j
the feiding fostered, rhw may see in
ni,rit hrv where mauusil labor is
sufficiently general to hold it still ii
full honor. All who are lamil at
ho ever, with the spirit imbibed a
such colleges as Harvard and Prince
ton. w ill confess thai it is antagonist ic-
lo pursuits necessitating manual laboi
Mdiya wraduate declares that hi
parchment, and he means thereby In
nwn 1-jirieiai. consei vati-m, has heei
- . . .
a constant harrier lo his a lvaac
Ravin located pomaiWDt-1
ly in Corvallis 1 desire to in-1
form the public thxt 1 am (
ready to do all kind of dental i
i. vlv ladnHMti are I
.nun. : :
J ji ns and o! tne laitsi mi-1
-f. . i u,-t- All work in- i
hurci ami , , i
ante.1 or the mum y refunded i
uni v 9li r, 'TV I OulC ai u se oo owi-i n
.d Conner Ware, Graaite Ware,
Iron Sleel, Rope, Toots, Mm et Iron. Kto Etc.
Al o Plows, Drills, Disk Harrows, Seeders, Wagons, and all kinds of
ur-.i. to lren the best in market, -and the best is always the cheapest
ice our gooos wnuru wuju-
WOODCOCK & BALDWIN
f talk nowadays. Tliere may be
many who prophecy the speedy pass-
iijj away of the existing poluual
order, ltepublicanism is to srej Dt
mocracy is to go; and on the ruins of
hese two great parties, new part.es
re to arise with new aims and new
. . , i xt - t . i.
principles. e mnorse inese miei
prefer of our political future juei
me-half. That is lo say, we believe
hey are warranted in predicting the
tassiag away of the Democratic par-
V at a day not far distant. Democ
aev is staggering along under a tti-
ble load. Its career for 'die lat
quarter of a century has been a ca
eer of blunders. It is fatally handi
capped by its record. It stands con
icted in the eyes of the American
i i i si
people oi snaineitss nuirwoinic; i
he si ive power be I ore the war, of
ank coppcrheadism during the war,
f siieeriiiabil.lv lo deal wisely with
he great issues that have arisen since coin, twenty centuries old.
Vanderbilt pays 201,248 annually for
Guitean has a apace fifty feet long to ex
Crops never looked better, say the Kan
The Mormons have a powerful lobbj in
Maine takes care to preserve her forests
Three Iowa counties are overrun with
The raisin crop of California is estimated
at 91,000 boxes.
Indiana feels cheerful at not being a
pivotal State in 1884.
Indianapolis at present is termed the
Wendell Phillips comes out against com
The New York World is issued from its
new office at 3 cents.
A banker of Dysart, Iowa, has a rare
RATES Of ADVEfCTl'MWO ... .
ffS w, i
1 Inch ...
3 Inch . . .
4 Inch . . .
u nol it OO"
io cof wool
12 00 leoui
3 m oil
8 1 00 8 8
8 ool e i
4 ool t
S 001 8 00
e 25 looor ir sof ool
0 00 14 00 It 00 86 00
IS OO ti 00 40 00l' (SO .001
Notices in Local Column, not ES tBao.W I
eaofa Douce. Excsedlno- tola amonnt vi:
line (breach insertion
Transient aad Legal Adrtlemqfc 8 W P
square for flnrt and ?1.00 for each subseqaeat '
tlon. No chaiye for affidavit of publleatloD.
Tnuuient advertisements to be paid in ASNKBOK.
Professional or business earls (I sqaan) tU xf
Ko deviation In the above rate will be
favor of any advertiser.
The oldest established Dentist and
the best outfit in Corvallis.
AUwork ka-it in raaOr fr3. of eViW and
tat isviatesl Teeth crtrcted without pam by
be ute of Nitrous Oxide Gas.
tsMoo-ns up stairs over daeobs & eiaeaasf new
SAfe store, oorvaius. utktwii. -
OCCIDENT AL HOTEL,
MRS. N. C. POLLY, Proprietress,
MIS CELL A NEO US
IflJORE & SPENCEE,
(9uccess..r to T. J Buford.)
Itoj, SkmpooinT, Hair Cutting,
Bnford's 01.1 Stand. 18:36dy
W. C. Crawford,
J E WJEJL E R .
TTEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A LARCE
.IX assortment of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, etc.
All kinds of repairing done on short noticd, and all
ois warranted. 1833-yl
MRS. 0. R. ADWTON
Will be pleased t receive Pupils for
PIANO or ORGAN
k-. ...i.n.. mrnir of 4th and Jefferson
itreAs, CwvalUi, or will viiit them at their homes
. Tor tie purpose of instructinj them. Terms reason
Tho study of Harmony a Specialty.
w-s--i-i ..-... l. ol i..MwhmMin(f ni wlv furuisl'.ed. and first H ass in
aB . , , .1. ilt i .i.. l.. .',... AI ..1HV iul YMnnina
.i-i-v i.n 1 1 im nr. iar-s it-av ui'- " " " j
13av on MoodavH, Tnrtay, We linaiays unci rntwis.
"N o Chinese employed in tliis house.
Druggist and Apothcary,
-AND DEALER IN-
-yaOTOGRAPHS FROM MINATURK
PASTS, OIlS, MUSHES, MIES, GIA&S, PHT,
SHOULlirK BEACES, TOILET ARTlCLto iU.
i: r Smrii.i.M V m.d Wall Pw-f. O r druea arc trosh an
IUU Mir ... V" J . ,i , lfl.O!..
,,.ll !wi..i Piu-si-iii.tlons romiK iiihi ii ai an iiouii.. J
First Class Work Only!
Copying In atl branches. P
firewood taken at cash prices.
uce of all kinds and
Kept in stock ant for sale
at the asette ffie
i ..iii. .!, In. ini't hundred! id
111 t . . ' J - ' -
men de-licalelv iiurinrcd andliipltrly
cultivate'. Tiufw, win n placed out
Kidi. :li- circle of wealth an 1 elegance
...... n.M,t uiitlv wounded llV VllO COI
Irast between their ea'iahiiilies an
r., uiul Hiiiiiil. like lvtua
i ii in 1 1 1 1. ., i i
Allen Toe, lives of wretchedness in
if:. i. l
the V ill II SUIBil io mauBwi
Little, it is feared, can tie done t
remedy this evil, in our count I V s
the Miread of editcalion
will bring cult n re into the most men
ial pursuit, ami the pursuit nin-t there-
l.v lose all coinmouuess. Nature win
ii IT . 1. 11'. .n. in nu
eventually aijui neien, mv......
the tendency rati le eonsiilerahly
mo.lifie.l. If people loflosviwg ni-
ployments intohintj maiiiial lahor.
w H e.ii cate their children, tlie fai it
er, that htH xo:t may ifWUSe more m-
telliuent fanners, the blacksmith, thai
h ii s ui- may make more inie'l t;eiii
. 1 .. . m.i i ir ii sit :l i: -
(mitlis, aim bi,im i
. . .i ....... I' !!,, nri'iii SO
C.es, inai I lie son ui.ij i. .......
railed tr- in leiiianlj ralliri, a st. p in
the riiiht iiirerlion will have been
taken If, in ad-liiion. in the colleges
f our counlry, a new feature ran be
.. . .,..,,.1 'i in. u v
mi roiincc'i, h piiai. -i.w., ... ..v...
, 1. M..L-.. .1 M.rftH liro-
"i, mav irnoi. "I"1" i
fi.-ieney in manual lahor as indispetis
. . .1 ... -. ,V,...lll.II1J
ii ii nn i lit, i viiii ,.n tr I.. -
1 . . M .. 1... I 1,.. I .1M7I.C 1 II I 111
mat lleinai.es. .him- -
,l..niiiiiiu iit as numerous as in that ot
the classics or s. ieiices. The bi nefil
will be immediate and mull ipli-'d; tin
.i.;i;, ..I ...lf-sumioit will be in-
CMM J I I
i. .!,.,.!, ...mi-iu in a new oirec
.,, . I : 1 1- mill III
tlOII Will OL' OOIHIIH-U, wmh.
. it... . .1... l....t riv its
matte II runny in me J -
hoiK'iable inlrodueiii.il into the cm
nrnlnttn; the advantage to the worl.
..r i.;ilu.l l.ili.n- u-'.ll neeine. and I Ik-
f f I r- rv i " -
desideratum of edneation will b
reached when the ittg&w develop
ment of tlie menial, and the higbes
development of the physical power
com oi lie.
he war. Wrong on slavery, wrong
in Stale rights, wrong an secession,
, a i.,. I. . i ni.i..:l
wrong on I tic ngiii s wing a -
lire, wrong on umaiiviiianuii, m...iB
m Greinbacks, wrong on the Nit-
lional Bank system, wrong on recon-
truciion, wrong on the solidity of
the South, wrong on resumption,
wrong on the supposition thai the Uo-
ou which could not be shot to death
on the field could tie starved to death
in Congress, wrong on the tariff how
can a party that has been so often,
so seriously, so persistently wrong,
hope to c iinnend itself lo the Amer
ican neoJe, the majority ot whom
are devoted lo w hatever things make
lor the right? Under the c ire urn
stances, therefore, it seems clear that
the most sagacious thing the Dmn -
rniir nartv can do is to die. It has
outlived its ancient usefulness, and
so long as the platform oi common
sense contains the plank, "a tree is
known by its fruits,' its history will
ui'PXfu--blight to its prosperity
Doubtless it is the realization of this
irnth that now iinuels. the Tammany
Hall division of the Democracy of
this State to arrogate to itself the
....mi. of "niili-mononolv." The
r-hrewd leaden of Ta-mauy perfect
i I . 1 .1.... ft,.
IV Well lllKU-rsianii ilia wm."
moeracv, the Democracy that nomiii-
ated Hancock, is practically bank
rant i out of forceful leaders, is out
of principles, is even out of rallying
cries. They know that its mainstay
is a bar! astride of which sits tin
nsortlpnloHS sage of Cypher Alley
nd hence, discount nig Its dissoln
ion. Tammany is at work upon the
Helens of an antimoiiopoly paity
But the talk of t.ie break-up of tl.'
Icii.ibliean nartv is lorlihcd ny no
iu h inherent probabilities. Its his
ory is inseparably connected with
In. whirv and honor and iirosperity
THE BBEA&-IP OF PARTIES.
Wheat and other Grain Stored on the best of Terms by
Red Wing, Minn., made 52, 100,00 worth
of flour in the past year.
The Cincinnati, midwives aad barbers
ply the vaccinating lance.
Tomatoes cause soreness in the roofs of
some persons' mouths.
The cost of London's Fire Department is
about $400,000 per year.
Over 1000 people have asked for tickets
o see Guitcau's execution.
A volcano of very cold air has been found
in Grant county, Oregou.
The Southern State report this year's
wheat crop in a fine condition.
The New York World claims to have a
press that prints 30,000 an hour.
The Erie canal has paid New York State
a total of $42,000,000 over its cost.
Durine the year 1881, Chicago received
1,479,994 head of boef cattle, and 6,460,417
head of hogs.
An English company has concluded the
purchase 1,300,000 acres of land from the
State of Mississippi.
The oldest member of British House tf
Commons was 61 years old when the young
est member was born.
New York has never been more crowded
than it is this winter, ine noiei-Keepers
are making fortunes.
Australia has a much larger acreage of
wheat than Gre-ei Britain, while our acre
age is 12 times as great.
There were 2.029 shipwrecks last year
and 4,134 lost th ir lives in consequence.
This is a large increase on the losses in 1880.
China imports luO.OOO chests of foreign
opium annually. Average smokers are
spending 26 cents per cay lor n.
The present tea crop of India is almost
i.1 firn COO nonnds. of which 46,000,00
pounds will be exported to England.
The grain fleet (it is estimated), of thi
year from San Francisco, will number more
than 425 ships of the largest class.
There were mined last yesr in Pennsyl
vania 28.548,899 tons of coal, an excess of
5,166,623 tons in comparison with 1880.
Kansas has a population of i.uw.uw.
Its gross area is 82,080 square miles, in
cluding 380 square miles of river and creek
The public debt was reduoed during th
Irish landlords loos $100,000,000 a -fear,
the interest on f2,500,000,00 by th r.
dnction in their rents.
Missouri's taxable property U worth
5601,722,882, real 9tat being put &on
Colin Martin of Marlboro, Mas., waa
fined $10 and costs for shutting Ms dog
out of doors, one of the cold nights, watte
A Cincinnati boy of sixteen has sued hit.
employers for $10,000 damages for the loss
of three of his fingers in their machinery.
which, he alleges, was detective.
Annie Murry a courtesan at 23 Yamhill
street Portland, shot and killed Henry
Prang recently, and then attempted to
take her own life by shooting herself.
Carry Bradley. PUr Suiiivaa and Joha
Mahone were arrained in the circuit court
recently and plead "Not guilty." A
motion to quash the indictment wa over
ruled. The act of 1881, providing for a compro
mise of th bonded debt of Tennessee, waa
pronounced unconstitutional and invalid by
a vote of three out of five Supreme Court
It is said that the Utah an1 Northwt
railroad runs parallel to the North Pacif
ie from Bedford to Helena, M. T., the dufc
tance between the two roads averaging
about 200 yards.
Out of 7,914 clerk and amploye on th
rolls of the various department in Wasn-
ington, Oregon has b it seven. According
to the ratio of populatioa h wouia a
titled to about 33.
The Southern Pacific Railroad company.
have fixed the through t-iff on wheat at
thirty-nine cents per bushel or $13 per toa
for car load lots from San irrancuco w
Glvston and New Orleans.
The male population of California is
being increased by the monthly arrival of
2,000 of the hog-eyed sons of the 400,000.009
nation beyond the sea. A discouraging
fact. Santa Cruz Sentinel.
It is reported that 40,000 ticket hav
been issued at Hons- Kong to be immediately
used after the passage of the Chinese bill uv
the Senate, by Chinese intending to m.
tgrate to the United States.
Official statistics which have baen publish
ed of the recen general election in Ger
many show that in a population of 45,234,
000 while about Q.COO'OCO were entitled te
yjte, only 5,300,000 exercised this right o
Orville B. Roe, of La Sail, 111-, an Idl.
drunken carpenter, shot hi wife baoaua
she refused to longer support him, and then
killed himself. Five children were louna
clinging to tho woman's body as he lay ap
on the floor.
Soteldo, wbo was recently shot in a
Washington newspaper office, wa. in 1875,
th.coirestMinilentof the New York Tela-
cram at Albany, and was expelled from th?
t the country. Ever since It came Accordinu to Prof. Young, the total qnan-
lllo being it has successfuly dealt tity of figfe emitted by the sun is eqnal to
with the momentous issues that have about 6,300,(K)0,(XW,()(X,000,000,e0O,O0O,OOO
risen, and to-day :-t possesses the ir candles
Corvallis and Boonevijle.
SACKS FURNISHED TO PATRONb.
Farmers will do well to call on me before making arrangements elaawbere
A Washington correspondent of
the New York Post reports a Unbe
Stales Senator as saying: 1 'ae
ia ll-li.iVl fin Hat distinctive principle
.i llllll -
- . a
left to either party, rolitics nave
degenerated into mere personal in
trigues. If the South hreaks up, a
now seems likely, it will be impossi
ble to keep the parties together rsuch
One hears a good deal of this sort
esisiable strength which comes Horn
tieing firmly intrenched in the popu-
ir confileiice. For twenty-five
years it has borne the burden and
ie.ll of the day and has rendered me
oniitiy services wl. ise value is mev-
pressildy great and precious. 1 ins
yen of grace finds it belter able
thai: ever be I on- to grapple with all
he probl. ms in w ich the common
weal are involved. Its membership
. .i.. i ........ nil m 1 fi-i,m
is consianuy oeiuij,
the ranks of the most intelligent
youth of the country, who instinct-
ivel, Hull to the Keptlli'iean party
is soon as they attain their major ly
i . - .,.t ii ! I tirlvil-
aild US consequent. I
egos. It is vigilant for its own best
inte.est, constantly reforming from
he ins.de, to the chagrin ot bosses
...i i hu .li.si ruction of machines To
prophecy the death ol such a party
is lo flv in the face of reason, and
make no account of palpable facts.
UWIIIW -a" j - r -
England may pass away,
present both are good risks.
Democracy has earned death. Re
jublicanism has earned life. And
whatsoever each has sown each will
reap. Democracy is bound to di
crease, itepuoiicanisni is iwhihi i"
increase. Albany Evening Journal
Mines are running on full time in 'Willow
Spring district and increasing their force.
Extra hands are therefore in demand there.
Iowa has 6,300 miles of railroad, and tnis
is more than the entire railroart mileage m
New England, and second only to tnat ot
The wheat acrc-ag of Northern Dakota
increased over 200,000 in a year, when
., : tuA TTiiinn ahowa a
nearly every outw " "
The Australian Colonies are the richest
in the world. Among their posessions are
80,000,000 sheep, and the total population
is only 3,000.000 souls.
Durin? the past year the State which
after New York, was the nesimaiiou ui ...
largest number of emigrants was Illinois, to
which 54,461 were bounci.
The total area of land suite 1 for wheat
cr.lt.ire in the United oiates ie n..v
470,000,000 acres. Our entire wnea cm.
for one year would not anttice to sow no
vast an area.
It is estimated that there are 10,000,000
. tj. .4- fK nrftsent
men under arms in - r--
tlmB. and that the annual cost, direct and
indirect, of these enormous lorce w n
less than $2, 840, 000, 000.
The eucalvtrtus tree now border many
of the roads and avenues crossing the Ro-
-man Campaena. and, wherever tney
been planted by the monks, tney
driven off the malana and fevers.
Two Milwaukee men have been down to
Guatemala and bougnt 4,000 acre of land,
and. itissai.1, that next spring will see a
colony of Wisconsiners in Central America
trying to get rich by raising cojfe.
During the past year, 1.5S2 persons died
Triton of the small-pox. Of thse, 325
had been vaccinated and 637 negleoted that
precaution, the remaining 570 wing n
ful. Of the population of London, 3, 620,
000 are vaccinated and 190,000 are bo.
floor of the Assembly for attacking the char-
acter of members.
Mr. A. B. Comstock. says th Oregon
City Enterprise, had his clothing entangled
with the water wheel in the Imperial mills
recently. On crying for help th waUr
was shut off and he was relasud. He was
not seriously injured.
The jail belonging to Gila county, A. T;,
wa lately burued down. Th- conflagra
tion was the result of the cariessness of thp
jailor, who left a fire burning in his cabin,
which waa communicated to the wall of jail .
Four prisoners barely escaped.
During the month of January 20 vessels
were cleared from Astoria for Europe with
wheat and flour. Tha vala and quan
tity of wheat was 871,931 bubU amonnt-
inir ta $812,628. The nour consiu
38,918 barrels valud at $163,337-
The commissioner of th general land of.
fice has made a decUiou restoring the rail
road land grant of th C. & O. line to f
public domain, between Redding and Rose-
burg, by failure ot the companies wi uu;a
the roads within the times speemea.
J. B. Teal, who live in the mountains
near Harris Riley'a saw mi.l. is prepar
ing Ponl of bout oae 3re' ia wnlcn "
proposes to place a lot of carp. John ex
pect to make his fortune hk uon hT
ad ws hope he may. Polk C. Itemizer.
Mr. Dan Patterson shot btwarrt L.yoa
' I. -1 it . la
receutly at Baker city, wnue ne vw
was escorting Patterson s wile noma iron
chureh. On examination into o w
bv Recorder Reynolds. Patterson wa r-
q dred to give bond in tne sum oi e-vv.
WhUe the total property valuation of th
United States is below that of Krance or
Great Britain, the annual accumulation of
wealth in thi country is greater than any
other modern nation. In Germany it is
$200,000,000 in Great Britain is $325,000,
000, in France, it is $375,006,0000, in th
United States, i $825,000,000. In other
wonlsthis country is growing at the rat
of $2,300,000 a day.
The last census shows that religious it-
nals in the United States, are divutA
among the denomination a tpiW! Bap
tists 73: ChristUn, 12; Uongr.g , 5
Disciples, 12; Dunkards, 3; EpUcopal,
Evangelical, 26; Friends, 6;
Lutheran, 21; Monaoaita. 7; MethoduU.
75; Moravian, 2s Mormon, ; Pre.bytar.an,
39- Primitiv Cnrurtian., 2; Refermad, 1Q;
KJ-naaCtlwiio 67; Second Advent. Ix
Spiritn-Uist, 6iSwdborgian, 3; Uuitanan,
5; United Brthro, 7; Ujuria.1, ;