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Corvallis, March 24, 1882.
A REMARKABLE STATEMENT.
An Unusual Experience of a Promlncat Han
hiccoua;li8 constantly. My urine
was filled with tube casta and.albu-
I was struggling with Blight's
Disease ot the Kidneys in its last
following article irom the, stages.
Memorial Services at the Capitol.
A DisnsGBisHEn Gathering.
Washington, D. C.Feb. 27, 1882.
Th- Departments were closed to
day in honor of the memorial services
to the late president. The crowd at
the Capitol was very Urge, hut select,
WWg i the Net thai none were,
admitted without tiekets. Among
the distinguished personages present
were th.- President of the United
Slates, Gcueral Hancock, The Jus
tices of the Supreme Conit, Cabinet
Ministers, foreign Ministers, Cabinet
Officers. Ofiiceis of the Army and
Navv o! high rank, Senators, R.un
sentati s besides many others who
were so ...ruinate as to seeurj tickets
ot adm nu The floor and galleries
of the House of Representatives
were Blh .1 to the utmost capacity.
It was iudeed a notable gathering of
tnanv wIiohs names are already his
j . . .
Democrat and Chronicle, of Roches- While suffering vhus I received a
i- :.. ... -of nil
lane. lint no taee n, im
distinguished audience was so well
known as that of the orator. James
G. Blaine bad entered the House
contemporaneously with the dead
President, he had been distinguished
there, bo'-ii as its presiding office!
and as the leader of his party during
the most trying ami troubb ns eriod
of our legislative history, and he had
enjoyed a wider and longer prosper
ity perhaps than any other public
man. When he arose in front of the
Beat where he had so long presided
as speaker of the House, and stood
before that audience most of whom
were his personal acquaintances and
friends, seldom has there existed
eiich mutuality of inspiration and
sympathy as was wrought fro-l the
occasion, the orator, and the an
dience. That there were a few in
the audience who were not friendly
to the orator, or at least estranged
Irom him by the vieissitudes of pol
itics, on'y added to the zest with
which the student of passing events
looked upon the distinguished gath
ering. I will not write of the oration
itself; a verbatim copy will ! with
in the reach of everyone. Great
precautions we e taken by those in
-chau e ot the admission to the capi
tal to insure not only the privileges
of those who held tickets but to ex
clude the more numerous throng of
rpushin" Americans who trfcd to
worm themselves in. That these
.AA nnl nntn'it. I lie i9kltttib nol'lCC 's
extraordinary. This is no reflection
"upon the courag'j and fortitude of
the guardians of the Capitol, hut
father a trihute to the per.-istence
ind craftiness of the average Ameri
can citizen. When it is rememhered
that there arc many more in Wash
ington than the Capitol would hold
anxious to be present, as well ai
many invited and uninvited personi
from other cities, the tuessurj foi
admission may he imagined.
ter, N. Y., is of so striking a nature,
and emanates from so reliable a
source, that it is herewith re-published
entire. In addition to the valu
able matter it contains, it will be
found exceedingly interesting.
To the Editor of the Democrat and
Sib: My motive lor the tmblka
lion of the most unusual statements
which follow are, first, gratitude tor
the tact that I have been saved from
a most hrtrrible death, and, secondly,
a desire to warn all wno read this
statement against some of the most
deceptive influences by which they
have ever been surrounded. It is a
fuel that to-day thousands of people
are within a foot ot the grave and
i hey do not know it. To tell howl
was caught away from just the po
sition and to warn others against
ncaiing it, are my obji-cts in this
On the first day of June 1881, I
lav at my resilience in this city sur
rounded by my friends and waiting
for death. Heaven only knows the
agouy I then endured, for words
can never describe it. And yet, If
a fe years previous, any one had
told me that I was to be brought so
low, and by so terrible a disease, I
should have scoffed at the idea. I
call from my pastor, the rtev. ui.
Foote, rector of St. Paul's Church,
of this city. I felt that it was our
last interview, but in the course of
conversation lie mentioned a remedy
of which I had heard much but had
never use!. Dr. Foote detailed !
me the many remarkable enr. s which
had come tinder his observation, by
means of this remedy, and urged in
to try it. Asa praclicingphysiei.il.
and a 'graduate of the schools, 1
cherished the prejudice both naturae
and common with all regular prac
tilioners, and derided the idea of any
medicine outside the regular channels
heine the least beneficial. So solie -
ron.r however, was Dr. Foote, thai 1
finally promised I would waive m
prejudice and try the r medy he so
highly recommended. 1 oegan it
use on the first day of June and took
:. ..... -,r in .Itni-l ions. At first
I L ,U l Ul'liii- v ...
it sickened met but this I thought
was a gooil sign tor one in my d
l.ir.t.m.d condition. I continued iu
take ii; the sickening sensation de
parted and I was able to retain food
upon my stomach. In a few days 1
noticed a decided change tor H
better asalso did my wile and fri u s.
My hiccoughs ceased and I ex
perienced iess pain than formerly.
r ...o .... UmJ at this unproved
l v rv iJ 1 ' - i
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(Old ' NATIONAL," Established 1806.)
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had alw avs been nncoTimonlv strong condition that, upon what I hail u
ind l.ealthv. had weighed over 20C lieved but a few days before was my
.t ,..,1 1,11,1 v knew, in my own ilviner bed. l voweu, m r.
experience, what pain or sickness my family and ftiends, sl.-.tiM 1
were. Very many people who will a.,-over 1 would hotli puhliciy aim
r. ad this statement real ze at times privately make known this remed
that they are nnut-Uiliy tired miI J br the gootl of humanity, wherevei
cannot account for it They feel dull and whenever I l.aoV an opoiui.utj
and inderinite na ns in various parts apo determined that I would giv
t 1 -
f the body and do not understand it'. a course of 'ectnres in tlie Corinthian
-...! .: it,.,.'., hmxrru nn, V .... ,1 t M tiww ot LUIS BIIV. s.,l-
Wl III, i viiiiiij j .-iv;.ni.-i v .
lay and entirely without apetite the iniI in full the symptoms and almost
. t 11.1 . p a : ... i i i
next. This was nisi the wav i leu hopelessness 'M my ois.ast-
when the relentless malady which remarkable means by which I have
had fastened itsc f u;.on me first In - been saved. My improv inent u ns
'an. Still I thought it was nothing; constant from that time, and m les
bat probably I had taken a coW I thaa three months I had gained 20
ivhich would soon pass away. Short- pounds in flesh, became entirely Free
ly after this I noticed a dull, and ai MOm pain and I believe 1 owe my
linns neuralgic, pain in my bead, but life and present condition rboffy to
as it would come one. day and be Warner's Safe Kidney and Kvef
gone the next, I paid but little at- Cure, the r. m ly which I used.
iMiitAH to it lf,iwi.vr m v stomach! fSimw mv recoverv I have tint -
liVllvlVll v -w.j j I 17IUVV, J " " "
was out of order and my food often I oughly re-i.iv. s.tigated the subject of
fulled to digest, causing at times kidney difficulties and Bright s di
ureal intonvenience. Yet I had no ease, and the truths developed ar
idea, even as a physician, that these astounding. I then-fo e state, d
tl iii"s meant anvlliing serious or i liberately, and as a physician, tnai
that a monstrous disease was becom- I believe mork than onk-half the
ing fixed upon me. Candidly, I deaths which occur in America
tlionr.1, i. I was snff'eiiniT from Malaria caused by Brtgiit's Disease
ind so doctored myself accordingly, of the Kidneys. This may sound
But I got no better. I next noticed like a 'ash statement, hut I am pn -
i peculiar color a id o.h-r about the pared to fully verify it. Bright
fluids I was passing also that there Disease has no distinctive symptoms
were large quantities one day and of its own, (iudeed, t often develops
very little the next, and t.iat a per without any pain whatever in tin
sis: i nt froth and seam appeared upon kidneys or their vicinity,) but has
the sui face, and a s'-diment settled h)e symptoms of nearly every other
in the hr.lloin. Anil vet. I did not ! L-nir com t.biint. Hundreds ol
n alize my danger, for, indeed, see- people die d.-,ily, whose burials a'
ing these symptoms continually, 1 authorized by a physician s cert ihi-aH
finally became accustomed to thetr, I tf 'Heart Disease," ''Apoplexy
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Loek liox 104, Portland. Oregon
SstTl cheerfully recommend the present manage
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A N D ES t'EOl A ELY
Those Sufforins from Debility,
Nervous Prostration, Loss of
Vitality, Sexual Infirmities,
Farmers au 1 physicians from the country, will find j rjHH GREAT NEED illOSy
r stock of Medicines complete, warranted genuino j J. suffering from HLMt'AI. A.'
and of the l.cst o'.ialily
Corvallis, April 7, 1880,
TIih genth man who lias lately re
tamed from Oregon where lie organ
ized for building extensions of tli
TJnion Pat ifio lines whenever it. may
be desired, was in the city yesterday
nd was met by a Herald reporter.
The General did not hesitate to ejt
press his belief that Pn:et will b
ultimately the outlet of all routes to
the Pacific coast uoith of San Fian
ciaco. The route to Japan naturally
starts from the coast at a i int
nearly as far north as Paget Sound
and the current takes sailiii"; vessels
in that course, while steamships also
-find it the nearest rnntj. The routes
over which it has been organized to
build in Oregon are two in number,
both with Portland for an objective
point. Th" southern route leaves
the Union Pacific's Oregon main line
at Che junction of Malheur river with
the Snake, on tlie eastern boundary
of Oregon. It runs due west to the
center of the State. From this point
to the mouth of the Sanliam river
either one or two ioute. is proposed
tbroagfa the Cascade range, the low
er following the Willamette river
and the upper the Sanliam to Salem,
from which point there is a single
route laid out north to Portland
The noi th-easlern route starts fi oir.
Baker City, the terminus of the Ore
gon short line and runs to Uin.uilla,
lollowinsj the Columbia west hence
to Portland. Omaha Herald.
A girl about seven years old passed
through the city by the late train last night
bound for Chicago and traveling alone.
She had a ticket sewed to one sleeve of her
jacket, on which was written: 'Hattie
Marvin, from Montreal to Chicago." Con
siderable interest was manifested in little
Hattie by her fellow-passengers, who show
ad hr much attention. Toronto Globe.
and my suspicion was wholly dif-
armt'd by the fact that 1 had no pain
in the affected organs or in the:r
vicinity. Why I should ha-ve been
so hlmJ I cannot understand.
There n a terrible futii'o for all
physical neglect, and impending
danger usually brings a person to his
enses even though it may then be
100 late. I realized, at last, my cril
ical condition and aroused myself to
Paralysis," "Spinal Complaint,
"Rheumatism, "Pneumonia, ami
other common complaints, when in
reality it was Bright's Disease of tin
Kidneys. Few physicians, ana fewer
people, realize the extent of ibis dis
ease or its dangerous and lined ,ou
nature. It steal into the system
like a thief, manifests its precmoV?
ly the eommorest symptoms, and
fasten itself upon the constitution
. .-I I A a I . .. i ,.n a iih-ui',1 If 1w
... . , . t i hi. i i i i i I iti on nit- vit'iiiii is aw
ovfiuuuic u. nnu. nu w iiain i
u ied! I consulted the best medical " r,y a8 ''reditary as consumption
T-ki i in uk land l visnea an -lie
qniie as common and fully as fatal.
. . r :i: : I : it t
- . .,- i . i kiii ire lamiiie". iiii ui.ii.iu ...,.
pri.uiiiieiu meiicii springs in incr-
. , .. i . . .. I . l.i.i r ummUm. have dii'd. and vei
,,-:i ni luive eii rmn .name io ,n l-1 '
V i none of the number knew or realise!
fornia. Still I grew woisp.
physicians agreed as to my malady.
One said I was troubled with spina
irritation; another, nervous prostia-
i ion; another, malaria; another, dys
pepsia; another, heart disease; an
other, general debility; another, con
gestion of the base ol the brair,; and
i he mysterious power which was re
moving them. Instead of common
"vmptom it often shows none what
ever, but brings death suddenly, and
as such is usually supposed to be
heart d:sease. A one who has snf
f. red, and knows bv bitter expo,
rience what he snvs, I implore every
so on through a lon' list of common one who rea.ls these words not to
diseases, the symptoms of all of neglect the slightest symptoms o
, , t ii ii i .i- tVi.lBcV nimcuiiv. a,iy
which I really had. In tins was ' ' X ... . .
several years passed, do ing all oi . f , , n,.), nd n- one can
which time I was steadily growing I afford to buzzard sueh chances.
worse. My condition had really be
come pitiable. The slight symptoms
I at first experienced were developed
into terrible and constant disorders
the little twigs of pain ha. I grown to
oaks of agony. My weight had been
reduced tiom 207 to 130 pounds.
My life wasa torture to myself am)
fifends. I could retain no food upon
my stomach, and lived wholly by
injection. I was a living mass of
pain. My pulse was uncontrollable.
In my agony 1 frequently fell upon
the floor, convulsively clutched the
carpet, anl prayed ior death. Moi
phine had little or no effect in dead
ening the pain. For hx days and
nights I had the death-premonitory
I am aware that, snrb an unquali
fied statement as this, coining from
me, known as I am throughout the
entire land as a pract tinner ami
lecturer, will arouse the surprise and
possible animosity of the medical
profession and atonish all wiib
whom I am acquainted, but I make
the foregoing statements based upon
facts which I am prepared lo produce
and truths which I en Kabfan iate
to tin' letter. The wellare of thos
who mav possibly be sufferers sneh
as I was, is an ample inducement for
me to take the step I have, and if i
can successfully warn others from the
dangerous path in whch I once
walked, Tarn wiling to endure all
professional and personal consequen
ce,. J. B. HENIOF, M. D.
Rochester, N. Y., Dec. 30, 1881.
Scientists now all admit that most diseases art
. ,.r.,i he .lisnrHnrtd Kidnuvs or liver, ai:J that ii
tfia-e rrcat organs are kept m a perfect condition,
health will he the result. WABSEft'S SAFjS Kill-"
XliY AND UViMt CUItK
Is made from a simple Tropical Leaf
OF RARE VALUE,
And is a P0SITIVK Remedy for the following;
Fain in the Hack; screre Headaches;
Dizziness; UIoaVm; inflamed
liycs; A Tired Feeling:;
Pains In the Lower Part of the Body;
Palpitation of fhe Heart: Jaardiee;
Gravei; Painful tTriaatioii; Ma
tarfcl lever; Fover
And all diseases caused by the Kidneys, Liver or
Urinary Organs bang out nf order.
It is a SAFE and CS&XAIS cure iora!l Female d;f
Bculties, sueh as
Leuconheea; InHiimatlnn of lac U'omb;
Falling of the M'nrub; fleerattan
of (he Womb.
It will c-.ntrol and retrlate Menstruation, and is an
excellent and safe remedy f"r fcniaies during j.rcij-
""As'a Blood Purifier it is unoqu ,!cd, for it cures the
organs that SAKE tlie b!oo.I For
3oils: Carttno'.es; feila; VTnit: Swel
ling; Salt Eheim; WaKUM by Hsr
enry or any other Drag.
It is certain in every ea.
For Incontinence; Impotence; Pains In
the Loins, and all Simi
It is a safe, sure and quick Cure.
It is the only known remedy that has cured Brisiits
As a proof of the norit.7 and worth of this Great
Natural Remedy, read the following
CHE J1IC1I. ANALYSIS:
S. A L ATT i MOKE, Ph. D., L. L. D. , Professor of
Chemistry in the University of Rochester, N. Y.,
knowing the popularity aaJ merit oi Warner's Safe
iiidney and Liver Cure, after a thoroueh Chemical
Analysis, Uas furnished the fo'low.ng statement:
OSiVKBSirY OF ROCHESTER,
BOCHKSTKR, Bt. Y., Jan. a, 1SS0.
Mr. H H. Warner lias placed in my possession the
'orniula of the me.licine manufactured and sold by
him under the general dcsiLHat'on of WAR Kit's
iAFE KIDNEY AND LIVtR CURE. 1 have inves
tigated his proces-is of nianufacture. which are con
ducted with extreme care and according to tlie bes
uiethods. I have aiso taken from his laboratory saint
les of all the materials used in the pre)iaration o
ihis medicine, and upon critical exr.n.iiiati, n I finf
them, as well as the medicine into which they enterd
to oe entirely free from poisonous or dcleter;ous sub,
stances. S. A. LAT"IMORE.
This Remedy which has done such wonders, is pi t
Hp .u thj LAitGEST SIZED BOTTLE of Any u.eui
cine upon the Market, and is sold by Druggists and
all dealers at 41.25 per bottle. For Diabetes enquire
for WARNER'S SAFE DIABETES CURE. It is a
H. H. WARNER & CO.
19:6yl. Rochester N. Y.
HAVE WHO ARl
AM) MEKVOUS COM
PLAiNTd t a ol-viac;ii uho con cowiirebend tiieir
ailments an., sucvessiuliv treat seem.
The general practitioner U not s.imcintly akilie:
... n-o.... of tmiil.I.. to ,lo and it must ri
,.;,t to the SPiSUlAMST. who by education, long
,,r:inr!.-e. thorooali k,:o-. r.-dire and co:i,:rei,ensi c
...ind, 'n prepared to cure (belli.
m. J. C. YOI'NG
Opened his now celebrated Institute in 1350 for the
'ir- 3; -if a'T'iriiu tba aia.eted the certainty ,i
Uonorebie and skilliul treatment anil perieet and
peimmcnt restoration, and ior over ."0 years it has
iQStabied the fir t rank not oi ly upon tbist oast but
thronphont the civilized world.
I am aware tha'. by dwelling upon so uninviting a
subject a the DECAY OF SiiXLAL VICOB the
-nirmt mav asnorsi my motive, but
t lie desire lo inform BWB traa nre roffp: -ir;;
IBrongh inoraric', or who by eflrc
i ssr.ess or ant of knoHietla; tint a cure
'an bs? hud. are vot only hurryinc t,lien.
selves to an attocJjr crare, but giving
exual weaknisi as an inher tafnes to future genera
tions, is too great an incentive to permit mo to be
sv m 13 torn s.
IF YOU AUK toCFFSRlKG FROM NIGHT LOSS
F8 NEBTOUSNI SS, WKAKyi SSES, (.'INFUSION
OF MIND. SLIGHT LOSS WHEN UNDER EX
CITEMENT, VAK Aut.K T. Ml'l.R. TBEKBUNG,
PAU'lTATlOW. FLUSHES, &c. OR IF YOU UAl
oil KCT.C D SELF-ABUSE EVES IN TH.: SL1GHT
fibT PAETICUtAK you are suffering from the
Dread Enemy, of linman Lifr,
And ahouM not hesitate to seek at once health and
barottnesa in a cure.
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C NSULTATION BY LETTER OR OTHERWISE.
Eiilnsively Vcgeb c i m (lit s Iscd.
..rttlillt liable to entering from NERV-
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s(i wM h you aic liable.
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,.!,,., .-., imn rlv ior comfort, a d and cure.
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any medicine or medical prescription ever oBered
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HDTiCE FOR PUBLICAUCK.
Land office at Oregon Ci'y. Orsspin,
' Miin.il itb, 1882.
VTiiTi,-E 13 HEBEBY GIVEN THAT THE Fob
lowing named settler has filed coticeoi fcb to
tilition to make lina! proof ill support of his claim,
ana that said p.-oof will i,: mailc before the County
Clerk of Beaton County at Corvallis, Oregon, on
Friday, Aitril 7th, 1SS2,
... . i . X'n Am.
viz- . amue, case, nammeM "
fox the ME 1 oi SE J of Sec. 21 and lots 6, ,, and ,b
of See. 22. T. 11 S-. R. 11 W.
He names the Eoluiwing witnesses io prove
tinnooa residence upon and cultivation of said land.
iz: J. It. B ijley. Josepn t-ouey, n. a. uic.i m
j, I. Dunn, all of Newport, Benton o ,
lU:llwj !' oaw,
The Star Bakery !
CORVALLIS, - OKEGON
P. . V. RO F PRQPRJETOR.
FAMILY SUPPLY ETORB.
CANDIES, TOYS, & .
Always on hand.
KQTiC FOR PUEUCATICH,
Land Office at Oregon Citf, Oregon,
Feb. 9Ui, 182. (
N OTICE IS IIKRERY GIVEN THAT THE FOL
lowin i named settler has fticd nlrtiee of hi w
tenticm to make rmal proof in supirt of hia el.
and that said prool will be made before B. w. r?.
son, County Cleik, at Corvallis, Denton County,
Icesdat, March 21, 1S2,
Viz: Lavinia Tobv, widow of Thomas Toby, deceased.
Hmneatead Application No. 3M, for the a-MM.
E I and lots t. :i, and 5 Sec. 21, T. 13 8-. B- W
lit names the iollowinff witneases to prov fcia co-tinuou-residence
upon and cultivation el at land.
viz: James M. Collins, ol vtaurport, oww. , .
eeon, Peter Eckiiian, of Waldport, Benton to:, or.;
Au"iist Lutjin's. of Waldport. Ifenton Co., Or.; Hanry
Lutjius, of Waldport, lienton Co., Oregon.
Abo, Henry Lutjins, Homestead Application "o
;il3'i for lotsi,9, 10 and 11, Sec. 22, lot l.See. 1
lot 1, Sec. 23, T. 13 S.. K. 11 W- . .
He names the following witnesses to prove ;
tinuous residence upon and cultivation of aat land,
viz- Ueo. W. Collins, of Waldport, Benton Co., Or..
Austin Howell, of Waldport, Benton Co., Or . Jaae
M Collins, of Waldport, lier.ton Co., Or.; Aueuat
Lut.ins, of Waldport, Benton Co., Oregon.
Also, August Lutjins, Homestead Application Kt.
3130 for lots 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17. Sec. 22 T. S.
K He names the following witnessea to prove Ma c
tinuous re-idence upon and cultivation of aud Ian
viz: Martin L ringer, of Waldport. Ben ton Co. , Or.
Jai:es M. Collins, of Waldport, Benton Co., Or. .
Peter liekman, of Waldiort, ueuton Co., Or. ; Maary
Lutjins, o to aldport" Benton Co. , Oregon.
29.3M-5 T. daK1. , Begia..
C . MADDEN,
ttorney at Law,
Will araeticc in all of the Courts of the State.
Thoso who cannot visit the city can by giving their
symptoms in tluirown way, receive advice, and whin
desired, treatment at bo.ue with every assurance of
LETTERS RETURNED OR DESTROYED.
DR. J. C. YOUNG,
So. 1 S:otkton St.
San Francisco, Feb. 21, 18S2.
BPTIST CHURCH SERVICES.-Preaching
-very second and fourth Sabbath in each month
at the College Chanel, by the .letr F. P. Davidson.
Services bejin at li A. M., and 0:80 r. Jt. All are in
vited. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Regular services
every Sabbath morning and evening. Sunday
Shoil at the close of the morning service. Pra er
tteWaff Thursday evening at 7 o'clock. Public cor
dially invited. H. P DUNNMNG
EVANGELICA1, CHURCH Services regularly ev
ery dabbath-morning and evening, unless , otherwise
announced. Sunday school at 3 r. M. each Sabbat ..
Praver meeting every Thursday at 7 r. M. The
Dublic cordially invited
H Rev. i. Bowebsox. Pastor.
M E CHURCH Regular services every Sunday
7 r x ' Sunday-school at 1 o'clock with Bible classes
for'old and younsr. Pray, r meeting on Wednesday
even n" at 7 o'clock. A ,'eneral invitation ana cordial
"IV BlilOTT, Pastor.
im r-ut-nr-ll SOTTTH Services every Sabbath
at 11 a' M and 7 r. M. , at the college chajwi. Sunday
aehool at 0:30 a. m. Prayer meeting Friday evening
at 7 o'clock. Public fVgwLt rartor.
Land Office at frf0
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE FOL
lowing named settler has filed notice of his in
tention to make final proof in support of bis icfcj
and that .aid proof will bo made before B IV Wil
son: County Cierk, at Corvallis, Benton County, Ore
Saturday, April 1st, 1882,
Viz.. James H. Doty Homestead Applicattoii . No.
4613 for lots 1, 2, 3 and 4 of Sec. 20. T. 13 h., R. 11 W.
He names the following witnesses to prove his con
tinuous residence uin and cultivition of said land,
viz" Martin Springer, of Waldport, Benton County,
Ore-oil W. P. Ready, of Waldport, Benton County,
Ore-on Robert Barclay, of Tidewater, Benton Co. .
"resm. Eli S. King, of Cdrvallis. Benton County,
wS5. it- T. BAPiV. Register
From the undersigned, BlHlS
hen she left mSZSJ5J$SZ
eve; old iookjur
r. Benton County, Oregon.
mmi FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Oregon City, Oregon.-V
Marth 3d, 1882.
Notice is herebv given that the following named
settler has filed notice of his intention t;"iake final
proof in support of his claim, and that said proo' will
be made before the County Clerk of Benton Count,
at Corvallis. Oregon, on
MONDAY APRIL 10th- 1832,
Viz George W. H. Moore. Pre-emption D, 8 Not
3.W for Lots 23 See. 24 T. 12 S R WW W 1 of
S W I & S. E. 1 of S. W. J Sec 19. T. 12 8. B g W.
' He names the following witnessea to prove-
continuous residence upon; and "72FJL 12
land viz: P. Abbev, Z. E. Davis, John Moore an
Willian Grant, all of Newport, Benton Coonty.
riai'w5 I T- SARIN. Registett
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Oregon City, Orogonv
March 3, 1?,.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE . FOL
N lowing name.! settler has filed notice of hie In
tention to make final proof in support o hia claim,
and that said proof will bo made actors the Countf
Clerk of Benton County, at Corvallis, Oregon, on
TiiusEDAY, Aran. 27, 1882,
Viz: Michael P. Newman, Herncatead W'?
No. 8180 and 3075 for lots 5, 0, and 7, 8. i of Nfc t Sec
18 T 10 S. 8 W
ile nanes the following witnessea to- prove Pg ,0o
tiiiuous reddence uiion, and' cultivation of said land
viz William Herren, Jos ah Caves, David nlhhejr,
Jr., "and John Spaulding, of KSagliValWy, Benton Co.
19fllw5 U T. BARIN, Register;
And Superintendent. -
Offices: Room 5. Union Block, Ftrat H.
PO TLAN0 Cm.
m.. ..rf;ml herebv notifies all
j .i--. i .:,, , Ka msnonsihla for any
contracted on his account, unless the partiea epntfv
ing for toe aama nave mr "-' ,
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