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TO THE POINT.
FRIDAY MORXIXG, JUNE 12, 1885.
0:FlDiALPA?:i FJIi 3ENTCN COuTY
Katered si tb? Postoffioe at Corvallis
Oregon, as second-class matter.
T11!S PAPEIt vai be found on fl!c at thefl!mriiig
n.utic.i .U'"'S where l ti.i:i niav be eiMtracteil
j.ir at intr regular rates:
w. I-OMLKH .. .: ... Ailveriisin;; V,"i:?s
U F. FISI1KK, A htr-i -'i.-A-1 1.
San Kntucisco, G&Hfonria.
GEO. !'. ttOWEU.C., Advertising Agents,
jio to SMruc-,' street, .Vtw York City.
-I I'. BATES, Advertising Ascnt,
ear) Kow, Xi.w Vxrk Cltv.
N. W. AYES St -SON, Ad art fa. ins Agent',
n ktrt of
It is a gratifying circumstance that
tbe people of Oregon are showing bet
ter spirit than formerly toward the
products of home manufacture. Fer a
long time our people held the foolish
notion that the thing from afar off was
better than the thing made at home,
or. ;;t least their practice was in line
with this idea. Oregon canned fruit,
Oregon made boots and shoes, Oregon
made clothing and even the products
of our soil were hard to sell at any
price in the Oregon market. Oregon
'-:;n:iC'd goods used to be sent to San
l-V.neisco, there relabeled with a Cali
fornia, stamp and returned here for
.li.. of ....;,l....l.l.. ...I... ,.r,
. , 1 ! 000 pounds
i mriv iuj Mturc m blow iioiu'hLiv iauciu.
thoMi AttJ what is mora, thev'soki readily
at the advanced price.
nose. Fifteen people might sit round
the flame of the torch, which elevation
can be reached by a spiral staircase
within the outstreched arm.
Tne London Daily Nexvs, in speak
ing of it, says: "It is out and away
the largest statute of modern times.
The Colossus of Rhodes was
' l.t HIM
to it. It could carry the. 'Bravaria' or
the 'Hermann' in its arms. It towers
to the tkies from the yard of the Rue
de Ubazelles, where it has been eight
years in costruction, and the view
from its coronet sweeps clear of the
six-storv houses an I bevond the walls
The weight of this stupendous st .st
ate is 440,000 pounds, of which 176.-I
arc copper and the remain
der wrongat-iron. It is expected to
arrive in New York abont the 25th
of May, where it wiil ! t- erected on
Bedioe's Islsnd, this lieing the location
T. C. ROSE, A. W. ROSE.
Maantactnrer of and Dealer in
Domestic Keywest and Havana
Wholesale oncl Retail.
Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos
and Smoker's articles generally,
Also just received a fine lot of
POCKET1 CUT I ERY.
No C.iinede labor employed.
CORVALLIS, - OREGON
st-lccted for it bv General W. T.
ie dispositioa now seomsdiffer
tiiii effect is seen in many
aiienes or m-mni.icmre watcn now. ,
. . , . . , I man, who was appointed i,v the presi
osper where before they Ip.ncnuihed , . . , . ' , t.
3 dent to mase the selection. Whei
w re not in existence. Hmall mu:i
acturp of iiay kin Is is looking up
a y it- ii te;n
r.ientlv in. th
It is M
(n 'on i;
.Oregou cloth ami Oregon-
i tiothiuq; is in better demand
l'oo.;s are in
. tin eii o
I is Uoed ex. .du si
j even the- Sadie
placed in position i, will loom up 305
feet above tide water, the height of the
I sfcttnte tying 151.2 feet, that of the
Tie lestnl 0
i: own people: Oregon canned j fg,,
favor on their merit and
'11 t O tile
This imnosin:; statute, hiahet than
;i name; Oregon rope j the enormous towers of the great
i ly iu this market, and , Brooklyn Hrl!g- ortiie s'eepleof Ttin
usually the last to dis- itv Church, which is tbe loftiest in tbe
lease to the
nor p.ints oi tiie
I Navigation Oom
rortlteju and Union
upon, and tbfl pp.iiera have U-eu signed.
It is understood the lessees ara to t.tke
all the outside d.d.ts of the Oiegon
Railway and Navigation Company,
and allow that company .not more than
$1,000,000 in bonds, to ranee! its out-1
standing liabilities, except mortgage
bonus and script certificates, tbe terras
i ;.ne i-tra oi importation, are onyricity ot aew
ling (--gon-ujai clothing. W
glad to see a change which is an im-i)ort.-int
benefit to the business of the
.'a remaiks to a large number of
ppoi le, win- called upon him a few
evenings ago, lion. John Sherman de
clared that the true policy of thiscoun
. rv was to encourage manufacture.
His words were timely, and we hope
lk, higher, in Iklt,
re i than anv of the colossal statutes of an
i . . ". . . .
tiqmty, by its rare artistic propor
; tions, as well as by its stupendous di-
Von can find tiie latest styles of ready made
clothing, also t!ie finest
Pants Patterns ard Suitings
Ever bronjjht to Corvalli.
READy MADE CLOTHING
PRESSED TO OJiDKR.
Cimstantlj' on hand a full linp of
Furnishing Goods, Underwear,
Sliirts, Neckties, &c, &c
3 A Lb AND EXAMINE MY STOCK.
Ho trouble to shew goods.
T'v.i doors South u Will Bro.'a
COHV.sLLZS, - - - . OREGON
mensions, will add another to the
Wonders of the World. A word
should be said of its artistic merit.
The pose, stride and gesture, with its
classic lace, are pronounced perfect;
tbe drapery is both massive and fine,
and in some parts is as delicate and
, -11 1 J ij T i I ,-. . .
tiiey wm not oe lorgoiuen. jui we : silKy in etlect as n wrong!, t with;
wiii have no great factories until j fine chizai on tiie smallest scale.
an a' i ones pa v , ami tne way to niuk l i'he conception and exeeatio-
KELSAY & KDLaATc
zVttornoy a t - Law.
them pay is to patronize them. Ex.
of the lease to he ." per cent. flr three
years, and G per cent, thereafter on tbei
Oregon Railway an3 Navs"tio rrtr I
HW KAVS Or' PoSTAGi
dee to the g-f ;t FtTne
who has d vo
,, ".' .. ed ei"ht rears of Lis life and most
- xoiiowing important . .
Proiniit attention given to business mtrustedto on.
arein ali t:-t- Courts of the State. Demands colleutetl
vvitd or without action anywhere in the U. S Wil
eoUect olni.iis against the Oovei7imenc at Washington,
-ji. H'i!:;fl.:. a ri.ttary public, will rive strict attentioi
to convej-ancat, neotiatiug loans, buying, selling
.I'.Mi isasitiy rem estate, am! a. enural agency business.
Local ageuV for the Oregon Kire and Marine Insu
"iiisc Con'p.tuy orOregon, a reliable bouie company
' the heaviest capitalists of the state.
Oiiiec.il iiartiett's new lii-ici:, lirst door at hcafl ot
The New York Evining Post, in an
edi;oriul, sas: "Tha commissioners
appointed by the gove nor general of
Canada, to thoroughly investigate the
Chinese problem, find that Chinese la
b.r has been efficient in promoting the
rapid development of tbe country.
The Commissioners recommend a sys
tem of moderate restriction." The ed
itorial goes on to state: '"The ques
tion is one of violent interest to the
people of British Columbia, as China,
men have been pouring into tii.it pro
vince of lata years in large numbers.
In the capital, Victoria, there ate rw
lns fortune to tins great worl
KCL3AT & IIOLGA TE.
lift m:t(lr in t!i l-oi.ov nf
i whose generous impulses, which must
I rfi fin ! t;f-al tf.m TVi i-nviii-. f o ii.-ii.Ii ttit
1. Anv article in ' a newspaper or ., , " , '.
" nol. p work- n.rnrtmf.iM-1 h.ni in m- lre
'gift to the United States.
A novel and interesting application
GREAT NjRTHWESTEiiN REMEDY.
other publication may he marked for j
observation, except by written or
printed words, without increase of pos
tage. 2. All newspapers sent from the
office of publication, including sample j uf electricity has been introduced a!
copies, or when sent from a news agen
cy to actual subscribers thereto, or to
the Court Opera at Vienna. The ef
feet of swarms of fireflies flitting about
ather news agents, shall be entitled to a tromcal forest is moduced in a strik-
transmission iit the rate of one cent pet
pound or fraction thereof, the postage
to be prepaid.
3. The weight of all single rate
ingly realistic maimer by the pixu oi
suspending tiny incandescent lamps by
fine swinging wires, the Hashes of th -artificial
lire flies being caused bv ran-
Y! ose wiio R.irk e.-riy and Kttj need a wLolasouie
reliav!e ll-jdicine like rfmittcr's Oregon 171oI
luririer. As a remedy and rve:itaiive of disease
Scan not !e bea. It checks Kheumatism and Mala
ria, relieves Constipation, Dy;epsia and Billiousness
iimi putri fresh energy into the system Vy making1
SUtW, KiUii aiUD. All Druyista and dealers
iceeo it. bottles, 6 for 5.00. 22143m
New Jewelry Store.
SPECIAL BAEGAliNS io: JUXE.
C00 Yds. New Brocade Dress tiooils at 12 ets.
COO Yds. Satines at 15 cts. worth 25 cts.
450 Yds. Ginghams 14 yds. for $1.00.
3G5 Yds. Dresa Lawns 12 yils. for 1.00.
300 Yds. TariatMis at 10 cts.. ci;e..i at, 2" -.i.
200 Yd?. Twill Tuwling 20 yds for SI. ',.0.
200 Yds. Wide Embroi iery at 25 Ms.
75 Yds. Summer Silks at 50 ot?.
150 Yds. black dress silk at 35 cts.. worth SI. 25.
( Yds Black Spanish Lace, wide, at 25 cts, worth 50 cts.
120 Pair children's hose at 15 cts.. wnrth 25 cts. i
24 f.adio' black Jersey wniats at !10 ets., worth .si. 25.
3( New corsets at 50 cts., worth 75 cts.
Ladies axk to see oor new French Kid Shoes at $4.00; and our all wool bla -k -ni
colored French Cashmeres at 60 cts. le will also offer -during this month speWal iu
duoements in Parasols, Summer wraps, Infants' robes and dresses, Mohair and Linen
Dusters, Muslin underwear and fancy goods.
nwi itfi.-.: We wnl close cur store at S o'clock
rsaturaays excepcea. .
JM TP- f g 4'' feW 3) T rrj ,. j, rf ET.
'SJTA, ,111 at
A practical Jeweler and Watch-maker has located : BAUf WAGONS,
in Wti4nroner i& liuiord's real estate otiiee, Corvallis. I $:
IN THE WOULD.
;vI.:CORMICK TWINE BINDER 3,
CHAMPION TWINE BIN DEI! S,
CHAMPION MOWERS and BEAPERS
BUFFALO PITT'S THRESHERS,
I RACTION STEAM ENGINES,
a HAY RAKES and FORKS,
:!,()()!) of these immigiiints to 10100 of one ounce each or fraction thereof to
other inhabitants, The nundier of one ounce each or fraction thereof.
inese in the whole province is esti- i The same increase of weight is allowed
lette.-s is increased from one-half fi idly switching the current on and off.
In an attempt to trace invention to
mated as high as 13,000, vhile tin- en
tire population, by the census of fair
years ago was not quite 50,000.
There i.s strong drannd for some
legislation upon tliis subjict Ly the
)oiniriion im1-! lament at th-! preseni
s jssron. If it follows the Hues of thr
connni. a'-- suggeitions t'anuda's dis-.-position
of the .:;iestior. will shine by
. ...... .1 -! .1 ' .
i-iiii r isi wil-: sr.e r i . n ;e p.uici
if i by this count: y.
1 1 op
letters, whether mailed at sta
tions whare there i.s a free delivery, or
its origin iu the m'nd of primitive man.
Col. F. A. Saely, of the U. S. satent
office, remarks: Obviously, archaeolo
gy can find no trace of remoter age
lae W ashsn r
mei : the
cp.i: i meut.
poinUnl :.s .
fji vis ci i! sei
said rr. be ilie"
in. u. I .
tiny lie was ap
lass clerk in the
lion within the
where carrier service is not estab- than that of stone; but I mist.-iist that
lishod. j the thoughtful anthropologist will r.c-
4. .V Special stamp of the value o! j cept the evidence of earlier ages, one ot
ten cents may be issued, which, when which, taking :;:ie of its perishable-ma-ittacheJ
to a letter, in addition to the j teriils us the tyjie of old, we may call
lawful postage thereon, shall entitl j the age of wood, still farther back must
iiimediate delivery at I i;e on age, at indefinite in duration as
any, when man existed in Lis rudest
condition without arts of any kind, ex
eept saieh as be e siployed in common
itli lower animals; tmd this is the
true primitive peiio i.."
Two of the known comets of short
period arrive at periheliaii in I66i
die letter to
any place containing 4,000 popalation
or over according to. the federal census,
within the carrier limits of any free
delivery olSee, or within one mile oi
the i.'ostofiice or any other postoffice
is position asj .ori,, within the jirovisions of this
peusiun uivi'.;uu 01 tin
office ui tl
. Ji v
law which may, in like manner, lie des
ignate 1 as a special delivery office; that
such specially stamped letters shall be
delivered Letuepu T o'clock a. m. and
I midnight; that a book snail be provnt-
Spociai Attrition iven to repairing line cnrouoiueter
-.v ite'ies. S;il!-iiution yuar.uiteed. Priecs to unit
the times. A iine .stock of watel.es, clocks and jewel
ry constantly oii lia:iu. 21-oltf
A Gocd Eusiness Location,
With :i rmmber one Store House
Mx70 ft., with house attached
suitable for a small family.
Situated in the center of the
City of Philomath.
And a looA shipping point
THE O. P. E. E.
For I urili-;; in iculavs enquire of j ,
4t.LC?ie Philomath Oivgen.
eal Estate Agency!
A Nice Line of
Spring W agon
H t c
o Ancsi s o;i January i., anil rsror-
sen's about September. For several
months astronomci-s unsucci sshiih
watched for the former, and it is prbh
i this re
d io which the persoti to whom the able that it passed unseen i
staer "'i' ; : .,. is addressed shall acknowledge j turn.
nission. itis! -. . I Anions .-.-,t.5fi mml
i.'nd that !
(1 1.1 1 . V- .
liverv are to he paid eighty UMMfu,a"a xpenuieii Baroa JNoraeusit-
v ,:nf. of tiie fiee value of all J' "asutions the discovery that, con
.mos received iu a month, provided trar fo the'Scm'rai ihe west
bat the aggregate compensation paid j ' ' f reen!aid is washed by cold
,o any one person for such service Wat;r' hilH gnQy heated current
shall not exceed thirty dollars ir ! ""g " 'Oni tiie soutli runs aion- the
east coast at a shore distance only
ii-om tne siiort;. 1 his current must i
specially-stamped letters shall in no exercise a great mUuence on the cli
w ay interfere w ith the prompt delivery j raate ot the east CfJilst- vhich may be
of letters a. provided by existing laws j lno,-t' rnoist. 'ont. in the Baron's opinion,
or regulations. j not colder than that of the west coast.
In a preliminary paper read before a
recent meeting of the London Pothol-
USE3TY EKLIG i TENIJIQ THE WOULD.
Howlers dismissal "wd Lis onnec
ton with the g-. .-, e cinpHitlyj
:i, n.:.e i i oj r.i. ;i,g .arer, lie nan
;;eld a hh!t'r oft! e. '.. i this ground
:i is clninie . he con! 1 aot bereappoint-
.,1 . . i '..
3 v e -. month, and provide !, further, that the
service examination, and b ar. - lexallv , . , ., . .
f . ' regulations tor tne delivery ot these
eeranen. !ita.t tie et ranussion ue
cide that tinr appointment is a legal
one, the dr will l oj.-ir. wid - fnr
iiiiing the oSiced with cx many deaio
crats as any official could desire. The
iif-aii OT a hnrp.'i i mr u..v raniAVA h5 I
chiefs of divisions, and till their rosi
tions by eppoirvtment Under the
precedent made iii the case of Fowler,
there appointees can he reduced to
clerks, the removal of the latter creat
ing the desired vacancies. Xew chiefs
of divisions can then be appointed, and
the same programme pursued until any
joimbof of clerical pitions h: tilled.
Thiiri&iii ho even more ieg-)l than
ab.olntelv to dismiss a man, and then workmen were employed on the crown The disease virus unnna f tJ. :U,
appoint hnn to a clerkship, without j of her head they seemed to be making duced with tbef jod, and the birds most
saying as nKi as "by your leave" to ' a huge sugar-caldron, and they jumped liable to be afiected are common fowl,
the civil service commission, J with ease in and out the tip of the peacock, grouse, and other "rain eaters
ui Estate Aleuts, will bay, sell, or
Jeiti: f&riusor Uirva proper Ly uu
Having ma le arrangements, for co-operation
with Hj,ei!s r.i Portland, ant! beinj ful
ly acquainted with real property iii Hentn
county, x?e ftel ssarc1 of giving entire sat
isfacciou to ail who may favor us with their
Matron u-t. G. A. VVagoonbb,
T. J. CoyOKD,
MM k SiBLIN, FRO; P.iETORS.
aw a Ki in fl a
This new Wonder cf the World,
rhich is now being loaded on the
ogical Society, Mr. Suttm and Dr.
Heneage Gibbes described an investi-
THE Ot?CIIENTAL is a new builihng,
newly furnished, anil is first cIufs in all its
Stages .rvu the hotel for Albany and Yaquina Ba
Mpttdays, Wednesdays ami Fridays.
Large Sunsple Room on First Floor for
Cummercial IleD. 19-3d ly
In the (Soaoty Court of the stafe of Oregon, for the
Co-.iuty of Bonton. In the mat'.er of the estat i of
EJtssahath Covli, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, W.
J. Kelly, nas beer duly appointed udministrator of
tbectato of -Elizabeth Co-ie deceased, by the county-
court of tbe SUte of Oregon, for tbe county of Ben
French transport Tsere for shipment to gation now being made by them into
this. country, is the largest statute in j tuberculosis of biids. Thev find that
the world. Some idea of its magni-! the disease is very prevalent among
tude may be obtained from the fact birds, and that it sometimes becomes
that forty persons found standing ! epidemic. The efforts do not exactly
room within its head. A six-foot man correspond to those produced in man
standing on the level of the lips only ; by consumption, but die parasite pre- I fJS??
just reached the eyebrow. While ient in both cases seems to be the same. ' sent them with the proiwrvoucherewitbinsix months
from the date of this notion to uie as snch adminis
trator, at 1113' residence at Monroe, Benton County,
Oregon. ,W. J. KliLLy.
Administrator of the estate of Elizabeth Coyle
liated May -22d 1S85.
From a Celling Card io a Full
Rubber and Leather
Woodcock & Baldwin,)
Tiie Corvallis Gazette Office
In Quality and Prices.
Send forprire and estimates-
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development of the Great West. Contains a
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