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EVERY FRIDAY MORKIXG,
M. S. WOODCOCK,
(Payable in Ailvance.)
Per Year ? j
iix Months j
Three M..nths 1
gle Copies IUI
All notices and advertisements intended for iub
eatloa should be handed in by noon on Wednesday
W. A. CHEKOWETH. M- JOHNSON.
CHEXOWETH & JOHNSON.
ATTORNEYS at LAW
J. R. BRYSON.
Attorney at Law
All boxasss will recetra prompt attention.
Collections a Specialty-
CorvallU. June 21. lS-25t(.
CORVALLlS, OREGON, MARCH 24, 1882.
H. BRYSON, Attcirney-at-Law.
A. J. YOUNG
ATTOBNEY -A-T" LAV,
CORVALLIS, - - OREGON.
SPECIAL attention siven to collections, and money
collected premptly paid over. Careful and
prompt attention (riven to Pro'nate matters. Con
veyancing and searching of records tie
give attention to buvins, selling and leasing real
state, and conducts a general collecting and busi
ness agency. . ,
Offlee on Second Streit, one door north of Irvjn s
F. A. JdHNSOfi, Hfl. D.
Physician, Surgeon and Electrician.
Chronic IJiseases n ade a specialty. Catarrh sue
efullv treated. Also Oculist and Anrist. .
- - U'.w.l.- Ml. MM West (if DT. T.
S;I1CC Hi l l.lllll I - .11
A. Vincent's dental o lice. O.Kee hour.; from 8 to i-
and from 1 to 0 o do :k. io.ii.
6?. FAliRA, M. D.
Physician & Surgeon.
FFICS -'IVETt GRAHAM, HAMILTON 01 uoo
Drug Store. Orvaiiu, orejron
We have money to loan .n good farms i" Benton County in sums to suit borrowers.
LOW INTEREST AND LONG TIME.
Interest and Principal can be paid in installments.
FAR MS Tor SALE !
YV..,v,vP a larsre list of Good Farms ami Ranches situated in various portions of
Benton County, for sale on easy terms. Parties wishing to buy or sen a run.., nanco or
town Property, win save uk.hc . y va.,.h ....
BRYSON & YOUNG.
opposite Occidental Hotel,
Office: Un-st-tirs in Jacobs & Nengass' New Brie
WOODCOCK & BALDWIN,
DR. F. A. VINCENT,
0FF103 IX FISH UK'S BRICK OVER MAX
Mac Fricndloy's New Store. All of the latest
inpre5;nn;i. iiVer.thinr new and co.uplete. All
-woric warratd. Please give me a call. 1S:2SU.
N. R AVERY, D. D. S.,
PAR LOU & BOX STOVES.
The largest and Best Stock ever offered in Corvallis. BedboCK Pkk
ALSO A FUM. LINE OF
- ' a? r.hp tn-ilitrht falls.
Over the irrav old castle's walls,
.... : T ..... i-v th lizv hours
mere a siecjj iive p" - j
Orisply mirrors the time-worn towers;
-viri searoe a wnisper rustics v 6t
ir a ripple lisps to the water's edge.
As rar and wide, on the titleless stream,
i h j matted water-lUhes dream.
I -t - - J In tViA nnipf AVPll'-fall.
Waere, in the ancient banquet hall
jer tne neartn, is a jmnci
v Kiort'titine cl.iscl chased.
snowing a slender, graceiui child,
n the flowing roue or a wooo. nymp" .i,
lending over the wavy fltod
As she atoops to rather a lilv bud.
la works as nuaint as the carving old.
An aged dame the s o J hl.
.iow an Larl s daughter, long asro,
v strange, ir.de child, with a brow of eeow,
iad loved, and lust her iife ror I he sake
i the lilies that grew in her lather's lake,
Uo'.ding theui ever her favorite flower;
lifl once, ru the hush of a twilight hour,
r'loatin" among them, out in the strean',
.Vhere toe passionless blos-oms nod ami dream,
rbey found hir lying, white and d.ad,
" . i'te a i sScr lily," the old dame said.
And a sadness born of the old-world tale,
Haunts me still, while the starlight pale
Uieams on the leaves, so green and wet,
Wlicre the changeless li: e ; are floating yet,
And a ,. enrage 1 fain vvouid read aright,
Seenw to lurk in each chalice white,
A secret, guarded iuid on fold.
As it guards its own deep heart of gold.
And oii'v told to the listening ear.
(if ban who humbly tries to hear.
oh ! niTstic blossom floating there,
, bins of the wat r, thing of the air,
i.ectalai thee stilt, as we hold the dead,
Ancbued to earth, by a golden thread.
Lawn, t-ie Mardercr of Frank Catavan,
I!e fiisls Arrest and Hakes it Lively
for (he Sheriff.
) iTavin located parmanetxt-
) Iv in CorrmitM i det ro ku in
ftfonu tht putilic tl::it i am
) i-, adv tu do all kind denial
work. My bkvitf uiwbota are
ail hmw aJ 01 tilL" hrt 'U5'
a n&vta Ail work in
jure 1 ami siitiiactiim ruar
flu93 v-r Graham Si Cold j
son's Drug swrt:, CoryaUis t
:inl Copper War
St'-!, Kt?", 'i
Also Plows. Drills, Disk Harrows, Seeders, W,
: Ik, Shrel B
Ware, Sijo, I'miips
11s, and all kinds of
E. H- TAYLOR,
The oldest established Dentist and
the best outfit in Corvallis.
All work kent in rjrivir frj ; of n'yxryi aid "atlrfac
lea eiarantesd. Test'i extracted wit'.ioul pa-n by
fee se o( Nitrous Oxide Gas.
mHM up stairs over Jacobs &, Neosrase" new
'Brick Store, Corvallis, Oregon. 13:27yi
We aim to keep the elst in inn
Come and see our Ktock and pnte on:
;et, and tlii! ef.st is always the cheapest,
ols before luiviiii;.
WOODCOCK 4 BALDWIN
MRS. N. C. POLLY, Proprietress,
CORvA T XXS3,
MIS CELL A NEO US
UOORE L SPENCER,
(Successor J ' J Buford.)
Ml fcafW' SaiT Cutting,
Hot android Baths.
Bnford's Old SUnd. 18:36:ly
" W. C. Crawford,
KEEPS CONSTANTLY OS HAND A LARGE
assortment of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, etc.
AM kinds of repairing done on short notic.l, and all
.rk warranted. ISSS-yJ
MRS. 0. R. ADDITON
Will be pleased t receive Pupils for
PIANO or ORGAN
At ker residence coraer of th and Jefferson
Streets Carvallis, or will visit them at their home
for the purpose ol instructing them. Terms reason
Bid ittidy of Hannsny a Specialty.
On tlie IStb t February an officer
!e't Hois. m:m. Lake rOowty, fays the
Jacksonville Sentinel, with a 'os.e ol
ten . itizi ns to arrest II. C. Law, the
mnrderer of vonns! Calavan. On ar
iivin' at Law's lioilie he was found
to be absent and nine of tlie party
concealed themselves in the barn
The officer and another man proceed
i .l t Steel Fwawft. about seven
.. c.i ,.n n-kwiw T,i e Law and
nues nunvi --
another vonip' man were feeiiag eat
tie Tiic officer sueei edi-d ill arresl-
iL.,n takiiK' three revolvers from
- 1 cs
iliL-sn Uiev ue-'leeied to secure the
prisoners, however, and young Law,
watching his opportunity, snatched
i.'w revolver !r.a the officer and
leveling i! on him compell-. d the as
Ir.nish.d functionary to return the
...I..... lu-ii wkiikiiis. Younir Law
...... ...... ...
j then Hiouated hi horse, took one ot
the iiiittois to his lather ami return
in' sjave chase to the officer and his
nun and drove tiiein on the dead
run to the Law ranch. On arriving
there the tables were turned on
yo-.iug Law ami his companions, the
whole posse making thw appearance
with cocked g"ns and eompeUwa
them to throw up their hands and
mr 1 .1... 1. ......
aurri-niler. l tie irmes 01 un wn
aitiis brought in aie Lee Law and
, . . a .. 1
two young men namcu uonwn aim
McKilleii, atnl thought to be the
ihree men who tiled on the Calavan
boys from the brush when they were
. ,1 T
trying to escape. Hie elier
o killed young Calavan, is very
tiant and says he will not be taken
alive. It now remains to lie seen
ther iliere are im n enough in Lake
.1 1 m ;
county to enloice tue law. in:-
pluck enough among the catt le men,
a d we believe if thev find the mur-
d.'ivr they will make short work of
him if he resists. The latest report
is to the effect that H. C. Law has
given himself up and was bound
over and the other parties discharged.
abundant that men get rich by sell
ing wheat at 50 cts., oats at 25 els.,
barley at 35 cts. Good hay can be
purchased for five dollars per ton,
during the severest winters. Up to
this lime failure in crops has never
The valley is surrounded by tall
mountains whose summits are cover
ed with snow from October until Au
rust. ''renderinz the atmosnhore
pure and bracing, and giving the
valley wide-spread fame as one of t In
most healthful localities on the Pa-
Mr. E. S. McComas, one of tht
ablest journalists of the Pacific coast
"The scenery can not be surpassed and
the eve never wearies in coiitemulatinc tue
grandeur of the majestic mountains and the
beauty of the placid lake-like valley.
Alons the base of the mountain's and of
easv access to almost any portion of the
valley, is a splendid body of timber com-
nosed rjriucinnllv of nine, fir and tam.irac.
s . 1 ' . -
and the numerous streams of pure ice cold
watar that coma rippling and dashing down
from the mountains suowy crests furnish
ample power for turning mills and machine
ry for its manufacture, as well as for irriga
tion in case of extreme drouth, which occurs
so seldom that irrigation is hardly ever re
sorted to .
Probably a climat better adapted to the
health of man and beast does not exist on
the American continent than that of Grand
Ronde Valley. Pulmonary diseased have
never been known to orijriiiate here, and
many cases that were deemed hopeless in
other localities have been entirely cured by
a short residence in this valley.
The altitude of Grand Eonde is about
2, 170 feet above the sea level, and its cold
est record is about 18 below zero, its hot
est about 96', the thermometer usually in
winter marks from treezing to eight or ten
In the mountains such game as
deer, elk and grouse is abundant; in
the valley chickens, ducks and rabiits
are killed in great numbers. Monnt-
ain streams are abundant with tine
" According to the assessment roll
Ol il880 t ie number of acres undvl
cultivation in Union couniv was
Total value S 591,032
Average Value . . .
ir! . : :
They are talking of a 2,000,000 hotel in
MacLeau, the queen's assailant, has been
commtited for high treason.
The Massachusetts House of representa
tives is to be lighted by el jctricity.
An English thief on a stolen horse was
captured by a policeman on a bi i c e
The St. Louis exchange raised 820.000
for the sufferers by the floods iu the south.
Cotton valued at over SI. 100.000 was
cleared at Galveston ou the 1st for foreign
The Wisconsin LeirUlature has repeated
the famous arti treating law passed last
Durine January and February 12.655
emigrants left Hamburg for the United
A bill is pending in the Maryland Legis
lature to punish wife-beaters by public
tugging. weighing f i o. a 10 to 13 pounls, been
It is estimated that the Northern Pacific i loose and fell a distance of about 15 fU
furnishes employment for 10,000 men in , where it lit on a plattorm ana oouujoa ana
At a shooting : 'Tr v h Wrieht county
Md., three men were killed and several
3-The Occid. ntal is a new buiMin- newly fu. nishe.l. and first f ins in
"-s .i it i ('... At ..me ami Yamuna
every laiticu'ar. Mufs Ikiv in umn j ji 1
Bay on Mondays, Tuexlays, Weln.s lays ami rnnays.
"N o Chinese employed in this house.
RATES OF ADVEHTISIvr.
1 Inch ...J
i Inch j
4 Inch i
S 1 00
ill j ITS " Ir
3 S 00 f 6 00 S 8 00 It 6
6 00 8 00 UW U
oo w co le ae si
7 00 12 00 IS 00 soo
8 00 14 00 20 00 KM
10 00 IT 60 "5 00 44 00
14 00 24 00 36 00 U Off
26 00 40 00 60 00 100 0,
........ ..... W,.l.,...n Iauu fh.n S& tut
each notice. Exeeedinir this amount 10 oenU par
line for each insertion
Transient and Legal Advertisements 2.90 pejv
iquara for first and Sl.OOfor each subsequent iaasr:
tion. No charpe for affidavit of publication.
Transient advertisements to be paid in ADVAMCTs.
Professional or business cards (I square) $12 pf
No deviation In the above rates will be mad ia
lavor ui any auvtsrviacr.
sally signed in this part of the. county, anr
the whisky politicians hav the bines..
The State of New York can. make 116,
000,000 pounds of oleomargarine in a yea
besides furnishinj Presidents to ho United
It is stated that in the vicinity of Hepp-.
ner, Umatilla county, there are 200,000,
sheep. These will average six pounds of
wool apiece, or 1,200,000, which, at a
average price of twenty cents per poundv
yields 240,000 a year.
A. A. Owsley, of this place, returned
from his ranch at the month of Grand.
Ronde river, Sunday last, says the Pomeroy
Eepubiican, and reports finding the re
mains of a human being about one mile bet.
low where that river empties into the
Snake. The arm3 were jone as was all the.
flesh except a little on ouo foot.
Yamhill Reporter: Last Monday Mr,
Chris Richer had a very narrow eeca-j,
fro.n instant death. He was ringing bell
f jr the scl o 1 election when the clapper
Value of improvements
merchandise anil improve
ments " horses and mules
" Gross' value'. '. 2,320,960
No. of polls 100
" grist mills 6
" saw mills 9
Union, the county seal, has a pop-
ula'ion of 800 inhabitants; LaGrarde
has about the s-ime number; Island
City and Snrmurville have eacl
about 300 inhabitants.
There are many good schools in
the v ill-iy. Beside the public
schools, there is an excellent se'ect
school at Forrest Cove and the Blue
Ml. University at LaOrande.
The Railroad will pass through
the valley this Summer; then Grand
Ronde valley will hrve a market for
all produce, and the citizens will en
joy such financial progress as they
have never before experienced.
CRAM) HOKDE VALLEY.
By J. B. Horner, Q. D.
y HOTOGRAPHS FROM MIXATURE
First Class Work Only!
Oopyinf in all branches. P
i ain emu j i iwo.
uc of all kinds and
Sept In stoek ant (or sal
. nt tb axetrs OfBe.
Druggist and Apothcary,
AND DEALER IN
paints, oiis, mm wmx m mi trusses.
SHOULDER BBACES, TOILET ARTICLES &U.
A full line ot B oks, Snuione y find Wall Ph O 'r drugs are fresh an
well selected. Paeseripnons eompruiiib-il at all Hours. io-oi
Wheat and otlier Grain Stored on the bpst of Terms by
Corvallis and Booneville.
SACKS FDRNISHElTtO PATRONb.
Farmers will do well to call on me before making arrangements elkwhere
This Ix autiful valb-y is situated in
Eastern Oregon at a distance of two
hundred ami twenty miles east of
Portland. The meridian line that
pauses through the town city of East
Portland runs through Siimerville
which is 1 eated in the northern end
lit the valley.
It is about twentv-fivc miles long
hy twenty miles wide, and contains
aitoht two hund'vd and hlty thous-
iicrt s of land that is well a lapl-
to the culture of such Iruits,
Mains, m d vegetables as have bean
tried her.'. P-aehes, however, mty
be niet-.i ioneil as an exception to the
list ahove. Although they grow
rapidly, vet the'r crop is not sure as
laie springs ollen kill the bmb
Plumbs, apples and sears are a
"sure harvest." Grapes, currants,
rooseberries, raspberries and black
berries yield abuudanl'y. Potatoes,
cabbages, turnips, beans, peas, cu
cumbers, squashes, Yankee pumpkins.
eorn. rutabagas, watermelons and
such vegetables never faiL Wheit,
oats and barley are eowu by every
, farmer, aad tbeir harvest is so
En. Gazette. The farmers of
this place have commenced farming
in earnest. The prospect now is lhai
spring is coming. The grain sown
last fall looks fine. There is consid
erable land plowed ready for the
spring crop, and if the season i.s
favorable the farmers will finish their
seed ins early. Mr. Willam Slate
has a boat ready to take a load ot
produce down the river as soon as
the river raises. Mr. Curtis is build
ing a boat. He is going to the lower
Alsea. There is a family moving to
th:s place now, and will move to the
Bay in the spring. Tuey propose
settling on the Yancht. Mr. Nath
an Gay is the happiest man in the
valle ; the cause, a boy.
The political breeae is begining to
blow. There are but few that have
the time to talk polities just now.
Most of the farmers expect to go ou
the Railroad this spring.
Alsea, March 13, I 882.
The contract has been let for the con
struction of a college at McM inn ville, Yam.
hill county. Standard.
There will be an ica factory in operation
in Seattle by the middle of May, with a
capacity of four tons daily.
A London crank has chopped off the nose
of the statue of Queen Anne, and a new
one will have to be pasted on.
About 20,000 acres on the Yakima re
servation were sown in grain last year, the
yield being fully 400,000 bushels.
The only saloon in Goldendale was
closed ou the 19th on account of the S10C0
license imposed by the towu authorities.
The lower Columbia will be the scene of
great industry during the coming fishing
season. There are now 36 canneries on the
The Esrvptian Ministry is said to favor
the maintenance of slavery, and whiles to
dismiss the assents appointed to stop the
t nitric .
The sreat fan in the St. Louis tunnel
commenced moving n the 13th and the
tunnel can now t freed from smoke in
The would-be assassin MacLean has been
identified as a man who last summer fre
quented Windsor castle and acted iu a sus
Three hundred of the Italian immigrants
recently arrive I at the City of Mexico are
suffering from a malignant disease of which
twenty died on the passage.
A recent decision of the Nebraska Su
preme Court has pronounced worthless
$42,000 of Sherman county bonds, which,
with the interest, relieves th t county of
The examination of Lee Me Sun and his
amiable spouse, Soo Lin, charged with
cruelly maltreating and wounduig a Chinese
mrl Iiuva Vicbii held to auujar b-ifore the
grand jury in $1000 bail.
Statesman: The remains of Russell Pric?,
the young man who was drowned at Ele
phant Rock, in the Santiam river, on the
17th of November, were found 40 miles be
low, near Waterloo recently.
Wash Whitney of Clarkville, la., re
marked in a saloon at that place, a few
days ago, that he was glad that Guiteau
shot Garfield, whereupon he was promptly
knocked down by a bystander.
C. J. Lansing, a lawyer of Eureka, Ne
vada, on the 2d iust. shot his wife
through the head, causing her death, and
then delivered himself into the custody
of the Sheriff of the county. Daily Talk.
If the Czar dies uncrowned he caunot
sleep with his fathers in the imperial maus
oleum, and even while he lives there is a
eertain s;icredness which does not attach
to his person until he his received the cor
William Hes who was indicted by the
grand jnry for rape, was arrested by Deputy
Sheriff DuBois new Uhehalem, lamnin
county, last week, was held to auswer be
fore the grand jury iu the sum ot $IUUU.
The Recorder of Elmira, N. Y., was
somewhat surprised last week by having a
man who was arrested as a common drunk
ard pull out ot his pocket a roll o. bills
aud drafts amouutinu to 9iz,uw wins
which to pay a fine of $5.
Tho rone with which a convict descended
from the window of his cell and escaped at
.Wlrwin. Mich., was made of small pieces
of tarred twine, taken from bunnies oi
staves in the cooper shop. To gather the
material and form the rope required monins
of aly hard work.
Mrs. Adam Weaver, while crossing Can
. rreek. near Canyonville on her way
from church recently, fell from her horse
with two children. Clutching a cmin m
each hand the brayo woman was twice
carried under the current but held fast
to the children until rescued.
Christian Herald: A "Voter's Pledge" is
now being circulated all over Polk county
for signatures, pledging the signers not to
vote for any man w --o --
struck Mr. Richter on the right side of the,
head, almost stunning him. Had it fallen,
direct to the floor and struck him it would
have caused instant death.
A half brother of the King of Siam is,
about to visit these shores as an emissary
from the K-.ng. The Princes t the roya
boose of Siam are numerous, there being no,
less than thirty half-brothers of the King,
the old gentleman, their royal father, hav-.
ing had an abundance of wives. Prisdang
comes to uegotiats a commercial treaty with,,
the United States, and may not prove quite,
so interesting as turf-hunters will imagine..
He is both fluent in French and English..
He is an Oriental with decidedly Western
notions. He will be accompanied by s
Word has reached Milwaukee that 1,000
Polanders are en route and will reach that
city at an early day. They all expect to
find hemes in the city or in the suburbs,
a id are mostly a well-to-do class of artisans
a. T . - - , . I . . 1 ' 1 1
ana laoorers. I is saia uiu mere wui oo - , , :niMxie..
a regular exedu. of Pol from their native I tion who use. or favor, tho use of intoxic
rj(uurausiiMi luHsuua wwu '" I . . aj almost univer-
country to Wisconsin this year. j ung uquova.
WIT ISO W1SD03,
Poverty, idleness and honesty never,
When one runs after wit, he is sure to,
Without liberty no happiness can bo en
joyed by society.
A miser is a man who may truthfully be.
described as criminally poor.
The very cunning conceal their cunning;,
the indifferently shrewd boast of it.
The most completely lost of all days is,
the one in which we have not laughed.
It is possible for a man to be so very,
shrewd that in the long run ho chests,
Pnt a drop of honey on your tongue be-,
fore you speak and see how easy it is to,
Never go back on an old friend, even it
he is rich and cannot see you so easily as hos
used to in passing.
We cannot too often convince ourselves
how easily we may be dispensed With inj
this world of ours.
A man may be the architect of his owii
fortune; but if he is not able to build, his,
nlan ia not worth much to him.
It is better to be poor and virtuous than,
rich aud dishonest, and yet in a popular,
vote we know which side would win.
Tell your children that they are the,
worst you ever saw, and they will, ho,
doubt grow up in the way they should
Rcjular Correspondent to the G alette.
There are several cases ol scarlet
fever in Union.
Beef "critta. rs" are very scarce
Dr. liinehard, formerly of Willam
ette University, lately left for The.
Dalles. He has a mit.imonial pat
ent there that needs close attention.
The Iiepulicau Central Comini tee,
of Umatilla county meets on the 15lhj
A western man committed suicide
Prof. John Arnold, formerly of tho.
Willamette, closes his Academy at
Pendleton this month. Mrs. Arnold
will continue the work.
Several followers of the "turf" are.
preparing for the Spring races.
The Kev. Mr. Paul, of the M. B.
Church South, will, next Sunday,
baptise about twenty persons, near.
Last week Daniel Patterson, of
Baker city, shot a man named Lyons
while the latter was walking with
Patterson's wife on a back street.
Lvons is improving and Patterson's
bonds have been lessened from $4,000
Baker county has three first-class
Island city mills are selling floor
cheaper than any other mills in the
world. Good flour is soli for $2 25
The "women's rights" are adopt
ing a new fashion. To distinguish
themselves from othr ladio, they
wear lead peuoils over their ears'
J. B. H ORNTtV