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FRIDAY MORNING, AfRIL 7. 1882.
Entered at the Postoffice at Corvallis,
Oregon, as second-class matter.
Says the Standard: A coal oil lamp ex
ploded last evening in the Chinese tailoring
establishment of Ying Lung & Co. on Aldei
street between First am' Second, settinj.
fire to goods piled on a counter near it.
Held at the residence of E. B. McElroy
last Friday night for the benefit of tin
Christian Church was a su-cess both socially
and fmanci l!y. The supper was the besi
of the season. A large crowd was present
to attest to this fact.
This famous cigar is
Only sold at T. J. Buford's.
Easter card3 at Buford's.
Read the ad vs. under head of "New this-
President Arthur has vetoed the anti
Uhini.se bill. .
zens a very pleasant serenade the- other
night with his string band. This band is
ne.v, ami has been in training but a few
months, yet the pieces rendered that night
were the softest and sweetest we have
heard for a long time.
Ewtob Gazette : We want to know
where the man is that says the Oregon Pa-
Stationery and books of all descriutions at 1 cific Railroad will not be built. A gentlc-
Last Wednesday a couple of young men
were arnsied on a charge preferred before
Recorder Sawtelle by some Indians charged
with assault and a general difficulty with
the led skins. On examination they were
discharged by the Recorder for want of
Cows and Gardens.
The people of Corvallis are now com
mencing to make gardens and the marshal
informs us that partial having cows running
at large hail better look after them carefully
during forbidden hours or it will become
his duty to take charge of all such animals
when found at lar.- contrary to the pro
visions of the city ordinance.
Increase of Wharf rnvu-rges.
Mr. Win. M. Hoa', the general manager
of t!i O. P. R. R-, has carefully examiued
the iarge wharf already put up at the new
town of Ya-juina. and has become convinced
that it will be insufficient to meet the re
quirements of the co.npany and has already
urdere I an aditional one hundred feet to be
built 'making inclusive of approaches about
four hundred feet in length.
John Currier, son of M. C. Currier, while
on horseba-il; miming a band of horses try
ing to drive them, on last Wednesday, the
horse that he was riding stepped into a
hole causing him to turn a complete sum
mersault falling on vouu:r Carrier which
A daughter of S. D. Frantz, of King's
Valley, is very sick.
All kinds of Blanks in stock and for sale
at the Gazette office.
There will be an invitation bill at the
Vincent House to-night.
Max Friendly started up his saw mill
luring the present week.
Mr. Nels. H. Wheeler, of Alsea Valley,
5'ave us a call on Thursday.
Ail kinds of book and job priating done
on short notice at this office.
Che Corvallis Gazette for sale on the
counter of Buford's news depot. -
Mr. Bern, residing in Henry Elliott's
house, is sick with heart disease.
Letter head, bill heads, envelopes and
posters printed on short notice at this office.
A nagnitijent selection of candies from
San Francisco just arrivced at Postoffice
We have had a nice shower of rain almost
every day this week, and the farmers are
Hor3e posters of all kinds printed on
short notice and in the best workmanlike
John Stewart is rapidly recovering fro-.n
the injuries received from his late fall
Don't forget that the Monitor Grain Drill
is far ahead of anything of its kind. At
Woodcock & Baldwin's.
See sample Sieel skein Eaio wagon.
Best wagon ever offered in this market, at
Woodcock & Baldwin's.
200 cords best oak wood at S4 per cord
delivered in May and J line. Leave order.;
at one-' with Herbert Nash, Postottice
Benjamin Franklin Irvin, the gentlemanly
DISTBISXTIOS OF SCHOOL FCNO.
The following table shows the number of
School Districts, n.inje of School Clerks
and their postoffice address, number of
pupils and the amount of money each
of the districts received on March 23, 1S82:
breaking his collar bone and telegraph operator at this pla.o, is now
otherwise bruising him (juite severely.
A sister of the ii.jured boy has been sick
for some time with billions fever and is now
in a very serious condition.
The Rev. F. P. Berry, of Saljm, will ad
dress the citizens of Corvallis on the sub
ject of Temperance this (Friday) evening at
the Presbyterian church, at 7 o'clock.
KeV. Mr. Berry is a distinguished speaker.
Mr. Barry formerly reside I in Kansas, and
engaged in the Temperance work there.
Let there be a grand rally of the lovers
of temperance. Jos. Emekv,
Ch'n of Com.
Kemaiuina in the Postoffice at Corvaili
Oregon, April 7. 1SS2.
for the same "ill please say
Jenkins, Mrs. It., Meads, Olive,
. OE.Vi'.-i' LIST.
Hamilton, P , Henderson, Wilson,
Junes, F A.
N. K. Baebeb, P. M.
(an it be Tm&Mtl
Ac exchange says: "Ask some men for
an advertisement or some locals, they
do not lielieve in advertising a paper is
never read. L,et mat man oo caugnt hav
ing his neighbor's wife, or trying to hold rp
the ride of a building some dark night, and
his tune changes instantly, and if the print
ing office is in the garret of a seventeen
story building, he wi'l climb to the top to
beg the editor to keep quiet don't publish
it in the paper, you know." Can such
Public Jlectteg io. Kaihoad Bridge at
The citizens of Albany and vicinity re
ccntly met for the purpose of t iking into
consideration the proposition for her citizens
to raise a sufficient sura to induce the O.
P. R. R. Co. to build a double bridge across
the Willamettee river at that place. A
committee of seven was appointed to confer
with the company to ascertain their terms
which would be required by the company.
A committee of five was al o appointed to
raise $20,000 for that purpose.
Corvallis Pfecicct fteunfciu-an Convention
Met at 1 o'clock P. M. on last Tuesday
and was called to order by Hon. A. M.
Vitbam. Judae C. E. Moore was then
elected chairman, M. S. Woodcock Secre
tary and 1''. A. Vincent assistant Secretary.
On motions regularly made it was ordered
by the convention that the twelve delegates
'.o the county Convention be balloted for at
the same time. That a hat be placed on
the stand and each voter step forward and
deposit his ballot therein, also that the
twelve persons receiving the highest num
ber of votes be declared the delegates to the
county Conventin. Messrs- 3. R. Baldwin
and M. L. Noftsger were appointed tellers.
The ballot was then taken which resulted
in one hundred and sixteen votes being cast
and the e'ection of tbe following named
delegates to the county Convention '. A
M. Withatu, S. L, Kline, F. A. Vincent.
A. G. Mulkey, Wm. Glass, C. E. Moose,
E. Allen F. C. Alexander, W. P. Smith,
A. Purdy, R. C. Kiger, J. Mensinger.
The delegates from Philomath precinct
to the county Convention aie as follows:
Lee He-nk le, J. A Henkle, David King,
Dr. F. M. Carter, Andrew Gellatly, A.
Newton, B. T. Harris.
The following delegates were selected to
represent the King's Valley precinct: Jake
Chambers, Frank Chambers, Charles
Crosno', S.G. McFadden, Jas. Plunket.
Delegates from Monroe precinct are as
follows : W. J. HeUy, R. A. Belknap, A.
Nichols, Frank Belknap, Miles Starr. Jas.
Tbe delegates from Alsea precinct to the
Republican county Convention are Wm.
W. Rider, J. K. McOormack, H. H. Starr.
visiting relatives and mends at Brown
Coll Van Cleve, of Albany, wi'l in a few
days begin the publication of a newspaper
at Vaquina Bay, to be called the Yaquina
Mr. W. H. Parker, of Oueatta. is in
town and reports matters lively in his
locality. Says a new bjardiug house is
Mr. C. W. Starr, of Monroe, who has
been confined to his home for a long time
on accolsut of sickness, was in town yester
day looking much improved.
W. Henry Lesh, the accommodating
night clerk of tlie Occidental Hotel, has
been slightly indisposed during the past
week, but has now recovered.
A gentleman from Hilbiboro, Or., by
the nunc of Seiz. is making pre; orations to
uieet a bui'din-' fur the nurpose of euaaifias: ! Pl"'ll,nj4
in the brewing business, ft will be located
in the soutfea.t :n part of town.
The Benton county R-puULau Conven
tion, for the nomination of county officers
and the selection of delegates to the State
Convention, wiil be held in the Court House
at this place to morrow at 10 o'clock A. M.
Mr. Wm. YrntU informs us tint he re
ceived recently a letter" from his brother,
.lames A. Yantis, who is yet at Dayton, W.
T., and is improving very much in health.
He has lately been engaged in defending
some parties in some criminal business.
Persons understanding the logging bus
iness might do well to run a lot of good logs
to Corvallis, as the demand for lumber will
no doubt be far in excess of the supply of
logs. Why does not some cnterpising per
son go to the McKeuzie where timber is
plenty and the quality better than most any
other place ? A supply of logs from there
would be well rewarded and appreciated
man came here lrom han fjanciseo last
week and he said the fellow lived fit Port
laud. Our San Francisco friend was look
in? tor a location to start a tannery, and
was advised by the Portlanders to try Coos
Bay; now we would like to see the man or
fellow; we want to show him the error he
makes when he forgets us; we would like
him to be equitable, and remember that an
eqaivalent makes a fair trade; we would
like him to coins and sea us, he shall have
the best we have got. It is a well known
fact that we have the finest honey here of
any place upon the Pacific coast, we want
him to taste it, then we will take him
around and show him what is quietly going
on; we v.ill take him to our large new
wliarfs with San Francisco shipping lying
alongside; to where he can see gangs of
white men, carpenters, pile drivers, China
men, men potting in cribbing and bulk
heads; to where he can see idles of castings
and other material necessary to build railroad
cirs, ear wheels, sheds piled with seasoned
c ir lumber, sheds piled with all kinds of
railroad supplies including hay, grain, chop
feed and bran, buildings containing all
kinds of tools necessary to the construction
of a railroad, magazines full of powder; we
will show him several saw mills all running,
some full and some double time, ware
houses in course of construction, aiid in our
rambles we will introduce him to Portland
and San Francisco men now here securing
The schooner "Sea Foam" is up the river
at Boon's Point taking on cargo; she wiil
also stop on her way down to Oysterville
and take on a large quantity of oysters for
the San Francisco market.
Parties having any doubt about there
being a spring run of salmon in the Yaquina
river can solve that doubt now by catching
some. Several iine salmon have been seen
within the last few days.
There has been no rain for some time;
everything is looking fresh. A great many
of the trees up the river are coming out in
full leaf. Men fad teams are now patting
in full tine on the railroad Things are
Fresh beef is scarce. Butter is worth
seventy five cents per pound, the San Fran
cisco vessel brought in about 500 pounds,
all gone in two days. CRLM.
llW. C. Cauthora. .
3' James Chambers.
4jT. B. Williamson .
G C. Voss
SjA. J. Locke
9 B. Holgatc
lo'Thos. H. Powers.
;a;pcr Newton. .
SYflev Worton . . .
J. r Wood
W. C. McCoy
T II. Boles
tl. A. Hulhort. ..
.1. S. Powell
John Whitakcr. . .
Arehy JonjMfB. .
fames E, fcdwardi
T. H Welsher
H. B Nichols
.1. S. Mansfield...
P. C. Winstrow
Joseph Thompson Tnled
331 John P. Priest
37J. C. Yantis
381 L. W. Hunt,
3'ijH. A. Baxter
41 C. Hoberg
42 H. II. Starr
43 Wm. N Phillips
45 R. T. Motlev
45 W. H. Parrish
iphilomath.. . .
(Philomath.. . .
Ncwoort . .
. (Summit. . .
. iJSuuimit. . .
. I Little Elk
. ; Waldport .
. I Alsea
. (Corvallis. .
47jW. M. Dunswort'a'Nev.-itort.
48 James M. Watson. 'King's valtey
HfW. H. Itamrt.
60) W. II Lcv.aug-ii.
52jL W. Hobert. . .
53A. W. Wright . .
McKenney. . .
Newport. . . .
Tid-water. . .
75 198 75
55 145 75
22 58 30
4!l 100 00
327 8G8 SS
27 71 55
87 230 55
G7 177 55
(13 ioa K
26 03 90
51 135 15
212 561 SO
81 82 15
56 148 40
88 233 20
fS 113 95
51 135 15
63 180 2i
27 71 55'
8-t 222 60
05 172 25
29 70 85
SI2 820 80
37 98 05
43 127 20
76 201 40
' 2S 74 20
68 153 70
45 119 25
0 53 00
03 1B0 95
51 135 15
33 100 70
53 140 45
50 132 50
C 6 90
31 82 15
64 i 101 60
24 ( 63 6J
32 I 81 80
55 145 75
H 03 60
21 ( 55 03
2337 is"518 05
Total amount reported as collected to
date and ready for distribution March 23
1882, $7518 05, distributed among 2837
minds, mviu-' 82 65 1 er pupil. Distribu
tion made March 23, 18S2.
K. B. Ml-Elroy,
Supt. of Schools.
Reminiscence from ifo Seaside.
We took a run up the bay Saturday as
far as the Oneatta mills. We called at the
railroad wharf on our way up, where Cant.
Winant has been unloading iron for the
road, material for cars, grain, feed, etc.
St. Louis. April 1. The Post-dispatch
nublishes an account of the winter wheat
1 . . r -..
eron train over lou onereni. pomia m
sas. Missouri. Illinois, Iudiana, Ohio and
Michigan, all of which are quite favorable
and represent wheat in an advanced state,
aud prospects for a good crop as very line.
Boston, April 1. At Gayhead a woman
locked three children- in her house aud ent
to a neighbor's. During her absence the
building took tire and all the children were
burned to death.
Washington, April 1. The Senate to-day
passed a bill introduced by Senator Hill, of
Colorado, to allow mining claimants
to make necessary affidavits by author
ized agents in the'local district, or else in
person? before the clerk of any court of
record. The present law, as construed by
the interior department, requires oaths to
be made in person and iu the districts
wherein claims are situated.
Washington, April 1. Uuiteau has sold
the suit of clothes he wore wheu he shot
the president to Coup's circus, for exhi
bition, and McDonald, the sculptor, is here
making busts of Garfield aud Uuiteau for
Denver. Col.. April I. irtOUlie i
PhrI.Io sneeial : Word reached here
night that after lynching two cattle thieves
ni-.bt before last, the mob, which had been
iuereased from twelve to twenty five men,
vigilantes, and says the victims were being
oragged towards a thicket by a number ot
men, and that blood was streaming from
their mouths and nostrils Jrom the blows
received, i ne lyacners- very aecitieaiy re-
mested Bagnell to move on and not to in
terfere. As he turutd away, he could hear
tl e doomed men vainly appealing for mercy.
London, April 3. The Spanish steamer
Yruac Bat, Capt. Ugarte, from Liverpool
for Porto Rico, eaiae i collision with the
Royal Mail Company's steamer Douro,
from Brazil, off the coast of Finistere,
Spain, on Saturday. Both steamers were
sunk. The steamer Hidalgo, rescued 17
ersons fimn the Douro ami 67 from the
Yruac Bit, and landed them at Corona.
Thirty o.f the crew el the Yriiac Bat, in
cluding the captain ami pilot were drowned,
aiid 33 of the Douro's passengers saved.
The number of drowned '8 unknown.
The Obxfrvc-r says: We are authorized
to state that the request of President Ar
thur to the secretary of state for the home
department has respited Dr. Lamaon until
the 19th inst., pending the arrival of evi
dence from, America.
St. Petersburg. April 3. The two assas
sins of Gen. Streinikoff were not hanged.
The czar did issue an order for their imme-
iate execution, bnt countermanded it.
The murdei-bis received copies of the in
dictment against them yesterday, anil a
council of war met at Odessa last evening
to try them. Sentence of death was pro
nounced at midnight. The body of Geu.
Streinkoff was buried this morning with
full military honors.
Victoria, April o Saturday morning
about 5 o clock smoke to seen issuing lrom
underneath the sidewalk in front of the city
;or.ncil charaliers and adjoining the Occident
hotel. On search for the cause the dead
body of a Chinaman was found h.aogin
the basement of the council chamber with
his clothing on fire and body badly burned
Coroner Trew summoned a jury, which
brought in a verdict of death from straiiL'U
lation. From the evidence given the man.
whose name was said to be Ah Coy, had
been sick some four months, and the sup
position is that his disease was leprosy, and
that he w is hung by his countrymen, and
his clothing set on tire to prevent contagion
ainget rid of the sick man at the same
Chicago, April 4. Tim-'.i Little Rock:
News has been received here . of the execu
tion of two Indian murderers by the name
of Lillie and Haney at Ocnolgee, in tie Indi
an nation. The condemned men were shot
dead in the presence of 50 to 70 persons, at
sunset. Spectators were nearly all Indians,
mainly friends of prisoners. There was no
disturbance, scarcely a word being spoken
from the time the criminals were led from
jail until the sharp report of rilles announc
ed their doom had been sealed aud the law
Indianapolis, April 4- Last night a mob
of eight hundred at Kokomo broke down
the jail doors and took Long alias Johnson,
who raped a little girl, and in the presence
of 1000 people hanged him from a bridge.
A clerayman present offered prayer. Long
confessed stealing but denied the rape.
Chicaco, April 4. Journals Washington:
Democrats ace determined to oppose the
tariff commission bill and bill for admission
of Dakota, by all methods possible, A
long seajsou of lilibustering is expected.
Tucson, A. T., April 4. Gov. Tritle has
caused the organization of a posse of thirty
men undes command of a deputy U. S.
marshal, to protect life and property, and
has telegraphed the president the full state
.,f ilnM nml ftabftl An annrniiriation from
last ' .,., f atSfl (inn in .t.frav t.h pvnense
of rooting ruffianism out of the territory.
Messrs. J. E. Henkle & Co., of Philomath,
are below purchasing a large and varied
assortment of new goods which they will
soon offer to their many customers at the
lowest living prices.
THAT HACKING COUCH can be so
quickly cured by Shiloh,s Cure. We guai-
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Liver Complaint ? Shiloh's, Vitalizer is guar
anteed to cure you.
SLEF.fLESS N1CHTS, made miserable ty
that terrihle cauyh, Shiloh's Qure is the
emedy for you.
CATARRH CURED, health and sweet
breath secured by isiuloli s uatarrn iiomcay.
L'rice 50 cents. Nasal Injector free.
For Lame Back. Side or Chest use Shiloh's
Porus Plaster. Prjce 25 cen,ts.
SHILOH'-S CQUGH and Consumption cure
is sold by us on a guarantee. It cures con
sumption. SHILOH'S VITALIZER is what you need
for Consu.mp.tion, Loss of Appetite, Dizzi
ness and all symptons of Dyspepsia. Price
10 and 73 cents per bottle.
CliOUP, WHOOPING COUGH and Bron
chitis immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure.
BAPTIST CHURCH SERVICFS.-Preaching
verv second and fourth Sabbath in each niontfa)
t trie College Cha'iel. by th Rev IT. P. Bavidson..
Services begin at 1 1 a. m., and 0:30 p. M. All are in-!
PRESB7TFJUAI CHBRCH. Uegailar servicaa.
every Sahhath inomi'ng and evening. Snmlay
Sbbol at thi close of the morning service. Praeiv
meftina- Thursday evening at7 o'clock. Public cor
lially invited. B. P DUNKIKO.
EVANCEirCAL ClIpRCH Sejviees regularly ev
ery Sabbath morning anil evening, unless otherwise,
announced. Sunday sehopl at 3 r- each Sabbat'.
Prayer meeting every lursday at 7 P. M. The,
public cordially invited
BCS, iownasox. Pastor.
M. E. CHURCH -Reirular services every Sunday
7 p. M. Sunday-school at 1 o'clock with Bible classes
for old and youns. Prayi r meeting on Wednesday
eveninjr at 7 o'clok. A -reneral invitation and cordial
welcome. F. ELLIOTT, Pastor.
M. E. CHURCH SOUTH Services every Sabbath,
at 11 A. M. and 7 P. M. , at the college chapei. Sunday
school at !):3( A. M. Prayer meeting Friday evening
at 7 o'clock. 1 ublic cordially invited.
J. R. N. BVL, Pastor.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN APPOINT
cd. bv the Comity Court of Benton County, Ore
(ton, Administrator of the estate of George P. Wrenn
deceased, All persons having ctauiis against the e
tale of said dece sed are required to present thtrn to
me, with the proper vouchers, witlrin six month
from date, at mv oliicc at Corvallis.
CorvaLlis, Oregon, JIarch 10. 1882.
F. A. CHF.NOWETH,
Land office at Rosehnrp-, Oregon.
March ST; looi
VOTICS IS HKltF.BY GIVEN THAT Till-:
3 loving named settler ha Bled notice of his in
tention to make final proof in support of his ciai-.ii,
and that said proof will be made before B. W. Wilson.
County Clerk at Corvallis, on
FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1S&2.
viz : Joseph J . Knebel. lS. No. 8S71 for the W. .!
of S. V. 4, sa-i i-:. lof S. I-:. J Sec. 5, T. 15 S, R.
He names the following witnesses to prove his con
tinuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land,
viz : George G. Hauck, of Corvallis, James Holgatc.
of Alsea, James Larkins, of Monroe, SchilTer,
19 5 w-5 Vnt F. I'.H-'JAMIN, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUeUCATICN.
Land office at Oregon Citv. Oregon.
Al ril 4. 18&2.
VOTICF. IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE F L-lov.-ing-named
sett!s- has filed notice oi his in
tention to n ake final proof in support of his claim,
and that said proof will be nmdo before the County
Clerk of Kenton County at Corvallis, Oregon, on
TUESDAY, MAY 10. 18S2.
viz : Christian Zimmerman. Pre-emption P. S. No.
3705 for the W. A of S. E. & N. E. 1-4 ef S. W. 1-4 af
Sec iq. &S. V.'l-4ofN. E. 1-4 of Sec. 29, T. 10 S,
R. 10 W.
He names the following witnesses to prove his con
tinuous residence uiion, and cultivation of, said land,
viz : Jl. J. Rader, C. St Carlson, and Chris Hoelle, of
Toledo, Benton County, and Henry lngraham of
Aluanv, Linn County, Oregon.
1J IS W-5 L, T. BARIN, Reg-ster.
NEBVO US DEIS ITT,
A Sore furc CHaralftfetf
DR. R C. WEST'S NERVE AND BRAIN TREAT-,
ment, a specific for Hysteria, Dizziness, Convul
;Ions, Ncrvou Headache Mental Depression, Loss
of Memory, Sperniatorhaca, Impotency. Involuntary
emissions, pren.ature old asre, caused by over
exertion, self-abuse or over-indulgence, which leads
to misery, detar and death. One box will cure re
cent casea. Kach box contains one month's treat
:ner;t ; one dollar ahox, or six boxes for five dol
ars ; tent by ma'l prepaid on receipt of price. Wo,
iruarantee six boxes to cure any case. With each
order received ly us for six boxes, accompanied
Aith five dollar-, we will send the purchaser our
written guarantee to return the snoiyv if the treat
ment does not effect a cure. Guarantees issued
VO&ARD. CLARK & CO.,
Wholesale and Rrtail Druyjists, Portland Oregon..
Orders by mail at regular prices. HM3 y 1
C . MADDEN,
Attorney at Law,
Will practice in all of the Courts of the State.
The grounds including the lot fenced. tOrcthep
vi-ith stable barn etc. of the camping ground on
Fred QteBS place for rent: everybody knew lb
locality as one of the best on tbe Ya iuina Bay,
Address owner, J. A. OLSSON.
19-12ui2 Newport, Oregon
1STEW THIS WEEK.
for the hist week. I was surprised to see ; r"0,"e .,ijOUt, ten miles out from town to
the long rows of car wheels that lined the
wharf; the jii e o' iron, the har-e!s of hojta
and the stacks of feud, that nil casta out of
The Prineville A'ttes gives a Keart-rendin
account of the death by drowning of a man
named William McBiide. Mr. McBiide,
with his wife and two children, left town
iu a two-horse wagon, fur Sam Newborn's
ranch, having arranged to take charge
there. In attempting ti cross the river at
the ford just above the mouth of Bade
creek, it seeras the horses became unruJy,
aud McBriile cot into the river to unhitch
them, the water at the ford being not
more than three feet de'-p, but deepening
below. Whether McBiide was injured-by-one
of the horses, or Was taken with cramps,
is not known, but he wa3 carried under in
sight and almost within reach of hU terror
stricken wife and children, whose cries for
help was heard by a 3heep-her ler about a
mile distant. He, with others, repaired to
the spot and without much difficulty res
cued the team and family, who are being
kindly cared for at the home of Riley
Hhodes. Mr. Havener pocured a boat aud
hooks, and every efj&'rt will be made to
recover the body of the unfortunate man.
Deceased came here last fall, from the Wil
lamette, hi3 father being a farmer near
Shedd's station, Linn county. He was 2S
years of age and a man of integrity and
Men were as busy as possil.Io
covering for the cargo. Raft
a'ter i aft of ties are being deiivured along the
iine, ant) piles for the extension of the new
wharf were coming in from every direction,
In fact the pbuM has the appearance of a
railroad center njoro tlma tha beginning of
a new road. After stopping there fr some
time we drifted on up to the mill. Wo
found everything astir there. The previous
announcement that R. A. BenselFs new
stc:mer that has been building for some
time at that pir.ee. would be launched on
Saturday had brought a great many visitors
out of curiosity like myself, '.yho had never
seen a steamer launched. At half past ten
the mechanics announced that everything'
was ready. She soon had her first load of
passengers to take a trip down the shoal.
At lifiecn miuutijs to eleven she struck the
water amid enthusiastic sjjootfl and eheerr.
The bottle of wine (?) ot course wan nroktn
and she v.-.asi christened "Mary Hall." She
i3 a beautiful modal and rides the water nice
ly. Slw was built under the supervision of
Richard Ungbswa assisted by Geo. Hughes.
.She is a model of workmanship and is good
evidence that the builders thoroughly un
derstand their profession. The "Mary
Hall" hails from the new town of Yaqnina.
Soton ami Ward the ship inspectors will be
in on tlie Yaquina that sails from Port
Ian 1 to-day for Newport After the "Mary
Hall" is inspected she will make daily trips
from Newport to Elk City and return. The
Oueatta mills under the management of
Allen Parker are running at full speed and
turning but Jots of lumber. He finds no
trouble in getting ready sale for all the
lumber he can saw; tile railroad cbmpany
takes most of it. Mr. Stratford is improv
ing as rapidly as could be expected and we
hope will soon be able to attend to business
Newport, April 3, 1SS2,
,J. E. Henkle & Co. are now receiving
and opening up the largest stock of general
merchandise ever brought to Philomath by
this enterprising firm.
Messrs. Allen & Harris will also soon go
below to lay jn their spring stock of goods.
The postoffice which, has beea kept for so
many years at the ! tore of Henkle & Co. ,
is now moved to the drug store of J. L.
Aiken. Mr. A. was the P. M. at Monroe a
long time and understands the business.
His smiling, countenance and genial fiisn-
uers will iu part make up for the loss of the
goad looking and accomodating P. M. who
has just retired.
Prof. F. P, Jones gave some of our iti-
OWENS SUTFOUD At the residence of
Howard Owens in Linn County, Oregon,
by liev. W. C. Crawford, of Corvallis,
Miss Elizabf.ll Owens to F. M. Sutforw
of Portland, Oregon.
A nice p iece of the wedding cake placed
on our table folicits our thanks and serves
as a token of remenbrance for the happy
RY CRAFT Youngest daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Squire L. Rycraft, Alsea valley,
on the 3d inst., pf a severe attack of
MAYS On tbe 2Sth of March, 1882, at
his father s home near Summit in this
county, (Jrant R, eldest son of Mr. aud
Mrs. C. B. Mays, after an illness of about
He was young and just budding into
manhood with all the future before him
He was a favorite of all who knew him and
had the elements necessary to make him
bright and usefnl man had life been spared
The Christian Herald nd Eugene City
papers will please copy.
Subscribe for Tbe Gazkttb.
where the Chast-.pe brothers anil Brans
Orsbv were stopping. 'J be three were cap
tured, maroke liuto a grove an.l hung, thus
making five men lynched (orcatHe stealing
yesterday within a distap.e of ten miles.
Seattle, April 1. -John Car-.11 was
drown 1 in front of this city last evening.
He and his wife and four child icn were m a
lar-'o boat anchored a short diatnnee on
shore. He started for land, got into the
water and drowned before the eyes of his
family, no one being able to help him.
Chicago, April 2. A prominent clothing
firm hertt h s just ofiect&d a contract with
Sergeant Mason whereby the latter binds
himself to act for the linn as clerk for one
year at a salary of $1500, the service to bi
gin at onte. when Mason shall be released
from Albany prison, whether that be at the
exmration of his term or earlier.
New Orleans, April 2. Active work con -tiime
and government rations are being
distributed to all points requiring them,
and the local relief committee continue to
supply forage for stock. Over 45,000
api 1 cuits have been furnished with fifteen
day' rations, to commence March 22d.
Dublin, April 1. --Arthur Herbert, jus"
tice of the peace, who was shot dead while
returning from Castle Island petty sessions
was the person whose expression of regret
that the police had not fired upon the riot
ous mob was some time ago the subject of
discussion in the commons. Since his mur
der 11 lambs that belonged to him have
been maliciously stabbed.
St. Petersburg, April 1. Tbe czar on
being apprised of the murder of ties, Strc
lnikotf ordered the two assissins who were
arrested to be executed within 24 hours.
They were hanged at Odessa this morning.
Kansas City, April 3, Nw-s of the kill
ing of Jesse James created-an immense aem
sation iu this city, although the report is
oeueraliy treated with iucredulity, and even
at this late hour many unbelievers can be
found. This afternoon as soon as the news
was received here police commissioner Craig
left for St. Joseph, with a heavily armed
iinssa of uieu to laiard the body of Jesse
' , ... r .t L 1-11
James aim protection ior xne man no Kill
ed him. At tlie ponce station it was learn
ed that Bob Ford, a young man who has
been hanging about the station for the past
two weeks, was the nerson who shot aud
killed James. Ford left for the city about
a week ago aud joined James in the vicinity
of St. Louis, remainipg with him until an
opportunity to kill htm was found. The
police learned that Ford, who is said to be
a memW of tlie gag. was under control
of Craig, and was being used as an instru
ment for James' destruction. Ford is
about 22 yean old and looked like a ver
dant youth from the country. In appear
ance he is a mere boy. and is the last person
in the world t j be taken as the slayer of
Seward. Neb.. April 3. A. C. Patrick
shot his wife through the heart last night, j
then fired at each ot ins two sons, sngntiy
wounding one of them. Patrick had
trouble with his wife in the east, and she
came here with her sons and engaged in
fanning. He followed, and for some time
has been loafing around town and drinking
whisky. The murder was evidently pre
meditated. Patrick escaped.
Portland, Me., April 3. The land league
denounce the infamous conduct of Minister
Lowell, and demand his recall. The presi
dent was also requested to demand immedi
ate trial or release of all Americans now
eonfined in British dungeons.
He also asks congress fur power to suspend
county officials tor si months.
Washington. April 3. The Star says:
f4eoFge Scoville, council for Guitean, has
prepared a petition to the house, asking a
Kill to pay medical experts for government
t.y amend Bg it by authorizing the depart
ment of justice to audit and pay claims for
legal services for defense counsel.
A dispatch from Lieut. Harber, concern
ing the purchase of a vessel to search for
the nrisstns crews of the Jeannette, was
laid before the cabinet meeting to-day. As
a result Secretary Hunt telegraphed Lieut.
H irbet authorizing expenditure of 10,000
ronhlea in getting the most desirable vessel
for the search.
NOTICE FOR PUBUG&TISW.
Land Office at Oregon City, Orejon,
March 8, 1SS2. jf
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE EOL-lowing-nauied
settler has filed notice of his in
tention to make final prcof in support of his claim,
and tt-at said proof will be made before the County
Clerk, of Benton County, at Corvailis, Oregon, on
TUESDAY, APRIL ISth, 1SS2,
viz- Albert W Wright. Pre-emption P. S. 'o. 3901 for
the S. E of Sec. 1, T. 12 S , It. 11 .
He names the following witnesses to prove- his con
tinuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said .and,
Wm lai.it.t. of Yamiina Bur. J. Kinir and Jame-
Hansaeker, of Oneatta. and W. Hunsucker, of Cor-
vailis, all of Benton County, uiegon.
19:125, L. T. ilARIN, Register.
If yon want to purchase anything in the
dry goods and general merchandise line,
don't fail to call at the store of E. Popple
ton, opposite Max Fricndly's. These goods
will be sold regardless of cost, and if you
want to secure a bargain don't fail to give
them an early call. Satisfaction gnaranted
to every purchaser
i Ministerial Statement
Rev. C. A. Harvey. D. D., is the popular
financial secretary of Howard University,
and is specially fitted to judge of inrit and
demerit. In a recent letter from Washing
ton to a friend he said: "lam convinced
that for Br'ght's disease in all it3 stages,
including the first symptoms, which seem
so slight but are so" dangerous, no remedy
heretofore discovered cm be hel l for one
moment in comparison with Warner's Safe
Kidney aud Liver Cure. "
The National Surgical Institute, of Iiioi
anapolis, with branches at Philadelphia,
Atlanta, Ca., and San Francisco, which has
a National reputation, will permanently es
tablish a branch at Portland, Oregon.
Two of theski'led Surgeons of this Insti
tute, prepared with every needed apparatus
for the successful treatment of cripoles, will
meet all the old patients, and such new ones
as may desire treatment, this year, at the
following places: Portland, at St. Charles
Hotel, April Sth, 10th and Uth;
Albany, April 12th and 13(b.
The Dalles, April 17th; Walla Wralla, April
19th aud 20th; aud Seattle, April 25th and
26th, and hereafter, at Portland, Oregon, on
the first two weeks of May and November
of each year, commencing .November, 1882.
Beware of all traveling Doctors who may
claim to represent any other Institute, for
this is the only Surgical Institute on this
Coast wish facilities and experience for the
treatment of deformities.
J. M. HINKLE, M. D.
OEO. W. HANDY, M. D.
Surgeons in charge, Ivational Surgical Insti
tute, No. 319 Bush St. San Franciseo::
N3T.CE FOB PU3L5CATt3ftl.
Land Office at Oregon City, Oregon.
March 3d, 1S82. )
xwi ia hrrehv riven that the following named
settler has filed notice of his intention to make final
proof in support oi his claim, and that said proof will
be made before the County Clerk of Benton County,
at Corvallis, Oregon, on
MONDAY APRIL 10th 1832
Viz Georiri W. H. Moore, rre-emption D, S No
SSJ1, for Lots 2A3 Sec 24 T. 12 S. R. 12 W. W. A of
S. W. J & S. E. i of af. Sec. ID. T. 12 S. R 11 W.
He iamcs the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, sa:d
land, viz.: r. Anncy, a. r uavi-,, do. in
WiittatD Grant, all oi Newport, Benton County,
Oregon. . .
0i:llvS L- T- BAUi, ucgisicr.
ft is not wealth, or fame, or gtate,
But "trit up and git" that makes ins
T HAVE JUST BEEN TO S. A. HEMPHILL'S TO
1 get one of those new all haial-iuade harness,
where all work is warranted. 19-15
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land O.T.co at OreJii City. Oregon,
Mai-oh 3, 1SS2,
NOTICE IS HEPBY GIVEN THAT THE Fol
lowing named settlsr has filed notice of his m
lr.iit.inn to maki! final oroof in supi-'ort of his claim.
and that said proof w ill be made before the County
Clerk ul Benton Couptv. ot Corvallis. Oregon, on
Thusrday, AruiL 27, 1SS2,
Via: Michael p. Neu-map, Honeitead application
No 3180 aud 3975 for lots 5, S, and 7, S. Jof Nii Sec.
18, T. 10 S. 6 W.
Be names the following witnesses to prove his con
tinuous residence upon, aud cultivation of said ianu
viz - Viiiliain Hem.li, Josiah Caves, David Kibliey,
Jr. , and John Spauldipg, uf King's Valley, Bentou Co .
10uSr5 L. T. 13AP.IN, Register,
Land office at Oregon City, Oregon,
March 4th, 1SS2.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE TOL
in.,;,,. ,.!,!,-.. . I settler has filed notice of his in
tention to'make final proof in support of his claim.
and that said proof w ill be mane ocio.-c tnc nwuvj
Clork of Benton County at Corvallii, Oregon, on
Fripay, Ahril 7th, 18S2,
viz- Samuel Case. Hoinastead Application No. 4105
for the NE of SE of Sec. 21 and lots 0, 7, and &
of Sec. 22, T. 11 S.. R. 11 W.
He names the follow ing witnesses to prove his con
tinuous residence upon and cultivation of said land ,
l K Kavler. Josei.h Pollcv. R. M. Burch and
J H Dunn, all ot Newport, Benton Co., Oregon.
' 19:llw5 L.T. BARIN, Register.
Chicago, April 3. A special says that
W. W. Jacrjuer, of Boston, has discovered
a method of telephoning long distances,
He has conversed with Baltimore, and soon
will with Chicago and San Fraucisco.
Pneblo, April 3. Thomas Bagnell arriv
ed here to-day from St. Charles river, south
east of Pueblo. He brings intelligence that
three more victims have been hanged by
An old physician, retired from active
practice, having had placed in his hands by
an East India Missionary the formula of a
simple vegetable remedy for the speedy and
permanent cure of Consumption, Bronchitis,
Catarrh, Asthma, and all Throat and Lung
affections, also a positive and raUcal cure
for general Debility and all nervous com
plaints, after having thoroughly tested its
wondeiful curative powers in thousands of
cases, feels it his duty to make it known to
his suffering fellows. The recipe with full
particulars, directions for preparation and
use, and all necessary advice and instruc
tions for successful treatment at your own
home, will be received by yon by retnrn
mail, free of charge bv addressing with
stamp or stamped self-addressed envelope to
Dr. M. E. BELL,
161 N. Calvert St., Baltimore, Md
N3TICE FOR PUBLICATION,
Laud Office at Oregon City, Oregon, j
March 24th, 1S82.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE FOL
Iowimr named settler hassled notice of hjs in
tention to make final proof in support of his claim,
and that said proof w ill be made before tl e County
Clerk, at Corvallis, Benton County, Oregon, on
Tuespay, May 2d, 1S82,
Viz. Fred Weasel, Homestead Application No. 3003
for the S. E. J of Sec 24, T. 10 h', R. 11 W.
He names the following witnesses to piove hi
continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, sairts
land viz: Charles Dick, of Toledo, and Nicholas
Weir'ombnt, M. Montoith, and Christ Zimmerman of
Newport, all of Benton County, Oregon.
19:14 W 5 L. T. BARIN, Register.
The remainder of
the stock of goods of
damaged by the late
fire at Independence
wiil be offered for
sale for the next few
REGARDLESS OF COST,
Giv e us a call early,
as these goods
NOTICE FOR f UBLICATICN.
Land office a,t Oregon City, Oregon
April 1, 1S82.
VOTC'E IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE FOL
lV lowhT'-named settler has filed notice of his to-,,.i-p
final nroof in support of ,1ns claim,
and that said proof will be made before the County
Clerk of Benton County at Crvalhs, Oregon, on
TUESDAY, MAY 9, li&2,
viz Edward S. Altree, Homestead Application No.
SlO lor the N. W. J of 8. W. i of Sec. IS, T. 11 8 J'.
10 W E. i of S. E. of Sec. 13, and No. 34 of Sec.
24.T."ilS, tt. 11 W.
He names the following witnesses to prove his con
tinuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said
land viz- Thomai Edwards, of Oneatta. James
Thompson, of Toledo. Einar Pilll, of Newport and
George Gerhard, of Corvallis, all of Benton County,
aC Einar Pihl, Pre-emption D. 8. No. MM'or
the 8 1 oil N VI", '.and N, JofS. W i of See. 34, T. 10
S B "ll W
'lie names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon, and cultivatwn of, saiu
fand viz : Edward S. Altree, ot Toledo, Fred Greer.
brooki ;eorge A. Landreth and Kd. C. Phelps, of
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