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Weekly Wlis Gazette,
FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 17. 18&5.
flrFICIAL PAPER FOR BENTON COUNTY
Entered at the Pcratoflioe at
Qrogoii, as second-class matter.
THIS PAPER will be found on Me at the following
named placed, where advertising ma, be contracted
for at our regular rates:
C. W. LOMLF.R & Co. , Advertising- Agents,
L P. FISHER, Advertising Ageit.
San Francisco, California.
QEO. P ROWELL & Co,, Advertising Agents,
Mo 10 Spruce Street, New York City.
J H B '.TEo, Advertising Agent,
41 Park Row, Now York Citv.
X W. AYER & SON, Advertising Agents,
The British flag at Doublin was
hauled down recently and a giwn flag
It is said that Egypt will soon be
bankrupt unless some action to prevent
it is not soon taken,
Cannadi&n Indians are crossing aver
to join the Crow Indian's in Montana.
It is thought perhaps difficulties way
occur from this movement.
The first car load of fruit Shipped
from Portland, Oregon te Chicago ar
rived Thursday of last week, having
been on the way only four and one
PROHIBITION lit OHIO.
Tke prohibitionists in Ohio are pur
suing the same suicidal policy that
they adopted last year in New York.
They are antagonizing the Republicans
and have imported St. John to make
speeches against them. A sample of
his efforts in this line is given this
morning. The Senate of Ohio has had
more difficulty with the liquor ques
tion than with all others combined.
The regulation of the traffic has been
bandied backwards and forwards be
tween the .Legislature and the courts
until the peop!e,ha ve become absolutely
befuddled over it. The republicans
have almost uniformly been found sus
taining the laws regulating and re
straining the business. Yet, notwith
standing this fact, the prohibitionists
deliberately decide on a line of action
which they know will inure to the ad
vantage of the party which is opposed
to temperance legislation of all kinds.
It is net denied by the Ohio Republi
cans that the nomination of a prohibi
tion ticket greatly en-langers their
chances of carrying the State. Indeed,
the speech of St. John clearly indicates
that this is the object in view is nomi
nating an independent ticket. , It is
marvelous thai intelligent men will be
guilty of such political folly. Tf the
schism proves successful and results in
the success of the Deraecrats, the prob
ability is that every vestige of tem
perance legislation will be wiped from
the statute books and that liquor of all
kinds will flow unchecked and untaxed
The crazy idea seems to be serious! v
entertained by many well-meaning
tem erance people that if they can
only succeed in defeating the Repub
licans by an independent movement
they will all join the prohi
bitionists and the success of the latter
will bo assured. They cannot be rea
soned out of such nonsense. Thev
cannot be persuaded to abandon such
; consummate folly. Nothing is left the
republicans, therefore, but to concen-
trate their forces and make the fight
i on their own party merits, regardless
j of the defection. News.
i Ex-Confederate General Buckner,
His I visited General Grant at his sick room
The demeeratic editorial convention
of Indiana when recently assembled
passed resolutions declaring it to be
their belief thai, radical reform in gov
ernment matters can only be possible
through the appointment to positions
persons in full sympathy with the
democratic party as represented by its
statesmen and leaders. A resolution
denouncing the idea that cause should
be shown for removal of republicans
from office. Their views do not con
form to that of the mugwump element.
If Cleveland doe not proceed ti kick
republicans out and give the positions
to his democratic supporters it is cer
tainly evident mat ht can not and will
not be in harmony with the over
whelming majority of his party
efforts to please a few dictatorial mug- recently when they had an interview
wumps will loose bim the supprt and !of an hour. The two were fellow stu-
confidence of almost his entire party
and we can not blarne thorn, for the
parties who helped him' and his party
ideas to the control of the gevernment
are certainly entitled to his consider
ation before those who attempted hi
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable,
New barn, new buggies, carriages,
and every thing else new and
first-class in all respects.
Special Attention (H,en Transient Stock,
Good Saddle Horses.
(Second Street. )
The New Steam Yaoht
TRESS A MAY":
Is at j our dis' 'Osal for the season of 1885. Being
manned by careful and competent officers and crew
who will exert themselves at all times to olilige vis
itors, t'hai ters a Specialty. Kates reasonable.
For terms apply to
OA FT. F. E. DODGE, Manager.
Xewport, Oregon. -J22aaiu
A Good Eusin ss Location,
With a number one Store House
24x70 ft., with house attached
suitable for a small family.
Situated in the center of the
City of Philomath.
And a good shipping point
ON THE O. P. R. R
For further artionlars enquire ot N.
ALLEN, Philomath Oregon.
Real Estate Agency J
Real Kstate Agents, will buy, sell, or
lease tarms or farm property on
Oregon, in the way of public institu
tions needs as much as anything else a
school of correction where children
and young people who are leading a
life which is like to lead to a life of
criminals and vagabonds can be kept,
educated and learned some useful trade
by which they can make an honest
living. The next public institution
should be an orphans home or an or
phan asylum both institutions should
be under the exclusive control and su
pervision ot the stato and it might be
that both these institutions could be
combined in one with depart
nents suited for both purposes and
so conducted that the vicious child who
is sent there for offenses committed
ean sea by the example of ethers
that if they behave and make them
Mlves conform to peace and quietude
that, they too will be treated as well
as the best disposed while if they con
tinue viscious tufcy must be punished.
As the state is now situated, young
persens who are growing up and com
mitting minor depredations which are
only one step short of high crimes go
unpunished because it seems too severe
to send them to the penitentiary while
if the) state had a public institution
such as a school of correction they could
be sent there and after being properly
trained until age would help them to
see their way clear to be law abiding
citizens they would become useful and
industrious people. As it is Jcrime is
increasing. No one in our towns cat.
have any thing out over night unless
a guard is placed over it but what it is
sure to be destroyed by hoodlums. A
state can much better aflbinl to spend
money in an institution of this kind to
improve and benefit her young than
she can to support and continue enlar
ging her penitentiary. In regard to
all institution where poor orphans can
be eared for and educated the
state has no institution of the kind.
An occasional institution of this kind
xu:ta under private management but
which depend mnch upon Btate appro
priations for their support Ths state
when her money is given for such pur-'
poses should have exclusive control
over such institutions. I
dents together at West Point.
In seme parts of New York the
Hessian fly is doing so much damage
t wheat fields that farmers are burn
ing their entire wheat fields in order
to destroy as many of the flies as they
can. In many places the damages are
estimated to be great.
Wm. A. Ncwhell, inspector of In
dian affairs, has been suspended, and
a Colonel Armstions from the south
ern Confederacy, appointed to the
place. Gov. Newell has been a most
faithful and honorable officer, and has
given untiring labor to the duties of
The editor of the Roseburg "Re
view," a democrat, for many months
has sung no other song except that one
directing the Governor to refrain from
calling an extra session of the legisla
ture. Putting that with the probabil
ity that Bro. Bell has a senatorial
bumble bee buzzing around his hope
ful bonnet one concludes that he reali
zes that his bee cannot be successful in
the called session but two years hence
he may think that there is one chance
out of a million for the legislature to
be democratic and then the chance.
There might be some shadow of ex
cuse for his continued dictation to Gov.
Moody from a selfish standpoint if
there wasji possibility for the legisla
ture to be democratic in the next ten
years but as no propects of the kind
exists and as Gov. Moody needs but
little advice of the democratic kind it is
safe to say that Gov. Moody will man
age the question to suit his own ideas
and for the good of the people.
Having made arrangements for co-operation
with agents in Portland, ami lieing ful
ly acquainted with real property in Benton
eoonty, we feel assure,! of giving entire sat
isfaction to all who may favor us with their
patron ise'. O. A. Waogo.nf.r,
a0-! T. J. Brponn,
GREAT NORTHWESTERN REMEDY.
Those who work early and late need a wholesome
reliable Medicine tike Pfundtr8 Oregon Blood
Purifier. As a remedy and prvenUilire of disease
t can not he heat. It checks Rheumatism and Mala
ria, relieves Constipation. Dyspepsia and BilliousneMS
and puts fresh energry into the system ry making1
NEW, RICH BLOol. AH Druggists and dealer
kocp it. il.00 bottles, 6 for && 2214:;m
IN THE WOELD.
''Mccormick twine binders,
OHAMPION MOWERS and REAPERS5
BUFFALO PITT'S THRESHERS,
FRACTION STEAM ENGINES,
v HAINES' HEADERS,
yHAY RAKES and FORKS,
A Nice Line of
NEW TAILOR SHOP.
FRED. LAUCHLE, Proprietor.
)0ne door south of Rose Bro. 's Cigar Factory. )
CORVALLIS, - . OREGON.
ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.
Cutting, Cleaning & Reparing
THE MUTUAL SELF-ENDOWMENT
A TSTD BENEVOLENT
ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA,
Grand Central Office, Fort Worth, Texas.
SAM CUNDIFF, l'resideut. E. M. MACY, Secretary
B. W. BROWN, Vice-Prcsilent. A. W. MORRISON, Treaa.
Chartered under the law., of the State of Texas J,-nc IJth 1881 Copvriel t secured by filing title Jure U
UU, m the office of the librarian of Congress DC
PACIFIC COAST DEPARTMENT.
No. 7 Powell St. Corner Market. San Francisco
HO.V. SAMUEL . IIILBORN, President, A. W. KELHEY. of Sacramento Vice-President.
IV. H. WALL), Secretory, J K. KVSSEI., Sr., Superintendent
P.iOF W, . TAYLOR, M. D., Medio! Director, PACIFIC BANK, Treasurer
CAPT. J. N, LE0NAKDLStsjgj3upt., Portland, Or.
The objei of this Association if to provide endowments for living members as well as benefits for
families 'f deceased meaUxrr at the least cost consistent with perfect security, by iseuins ondowni'ts as
well as death bellftt certificated
fte plan embraces two lorn s, lite and death. Cne pys at the death of a member and the other pays
n five equal installments ri urine l.te. The association i operated on the mutual plan. It has no stoc k
holders to absorb it j earnings, anc no trustees amonp; whom to oivide its surplus.
The total membership r.f the association now amounts to nearly 14,000 with a steady increase
each month. The association has disbursed to date &67OI638.02 in benefits to the legatees of deceased mem
bers. and on maturing coupons. Is loaning from flftee to twenty thousand per month to li-ing members
REVIEW SINCE ORGANIZATION.-
Receipts since organization, . . $570,236,06
Disbursements since organization, - - - 570 038' 02
Balance on ham!. - - . oq qq
Coupons paid, . . . J . 80,600
Agents Wanted in every county of the 'Pacific Coast.
F. M. Johnson, Resident Agent, - - Corvallis, Oregon.
City Stables iDaily Stage Line
ftuesus fjj Qmrmges.
KELSAY & HOLGATE
Attornevs at - Law.
Prompt attention given to business intrusted to ou.
care in all the Courts of the State. Demands collected
with or without action anywhere in the U. S Wil
collect claims against the Government at Washimrton.
1C. Bolgate, a imtary public, will pive strict attentioi
to conveyanciug, negotiating loans, buying-, selling
and leasing real estate, and a general agency business.
Local agents lor the Oregon Fire and Marine lnsu
ranee Coir pun v of Oregon, a reliable home company
backed by tbe heaviest capitalists of the State.
OiSce in Burnettfa new brick, first door at head of
I If) ITtX KELSAY & HOLGATE.
FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE
BEING SUPPLIED WITH
AND DESIGNS OF
Type and all PrinHng Material
IS PREPARED TO DC
FINE BOOK AND FANCY JOB PRINTING
Send tor Samples and
P 'icnto t ie Gazette Of
fice if you want the Best
work at Lowes Prics.
On the Corner West of the Kngine House
CORVALLIS, - - OREGON,
HAVING COMPLETED MY
new and commodious ItAKN.
! 1 am better than ever prepared to
j keep the
BEST OF TEAMS BU8SIES. CARRIAGES
SAUDLE HOUSES TO HIKE.
At RcMonuble Rates.
tr Particular attention given to Boarding Horsey
Horses Bought and Sold or Exchanged.
PLEASE GIVE ME A CALL.
Having secured the contract to .-arrying th
l i.itoil States M il
Corvallis to -Albany
For the ensuing four rears will leave Corrallis rail
morning at b cetuck, arriving in Albany about
o'clock, rod will start from Albnn at 1 o'clock intha
afternoon, returaiujf to Corvallis about 3 oVlock
Thin line will be prepared with good Ukik and care-
ui drivers and nice comfortable and
EASY RIDINC VEHICLES
For tile accommodation of the
Wheat and other Grain Stored on the best of Terms by
SAC FDMI3HED T PATHOJto.
Farmers will do well to call on me before making arrangements elsewhere
i E EENTOjJ COUNT 7
REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATION
Office: Corvallis, Oregon.
H. S. WOODCOCK. Mscager.
fpTJ XCJ ASSOCIATION will buy ard sell all classes of Real KMafe cn rea sonable terms and whlthor
1 II I outrhlv advertise by describine; each piece of property entrustedto it ior aale. The UAlow
Uig pieces of property will be told on extraordinarily reasonable terms:
SAW fciUu-t .
w.itei , a good plan
in lonnection wiri
all 4 the year, tiu t
about 7 miles of C
road to and rom it.
virfed interest in a tr.ill iun h
and seven acres of land user
e mill. I'c er fttfrkirnt to rtr
ed bandy to market and withii.
rvallis w'ith an excellent good
Rubber and Leather
FARM Farm all under fence only 2 miles from
Corvallis of 150 acres, M acres now in cultivation, the
balance of it can be cuItivatcd;about 20 of it now in
wheat with a fair bouse rood brn and gTanery.
will be bold at a bargain. Tctms tafy.
FARM Farm of 478 acres for less than $18 pei
icre, being one of the cheapest and best farms in
ifentoi. county, situated 4 miles west of Monroe, ol
u i;iilu from a good school, in one of the best neigh
borhoods in the state with church plivileges handy.
About 130 acre in cultivation, and over 400 can In
cultivtaed. All under fence, with good two story
rainc bouse, large barn and orchard; has running,
water the vear around, and is well suited tor stock
.! .iaj. purposes.. This is one of the cheapest farms
i the v. illamctte Valley Trms easy.
STOK'K FAKM 320 acres, about 50 in cnltivi tion ,
150 acres can be cultivated, Ce acrvft of g d fir ard '
oak timber, the balance geod L.raMsland. hnall m
fortablc bouse hd tarn. tiu& adjoining an fu- ,
haustible ou range, making one ol tbe bet stock
ranges in Benton county, bitualed aluiu Jo milui I
Southwest of Corvallis. Price itl-o.
FAKM A farm if 1"G acres of land situated j
mile from Corvallis, in Linn County, Or. All under
u-)ii.-L-; ti' acre.-of ritli b tti ni land iu cultition
5b" acres of good fir, as. and maple tinier; 2 good
houses, 2 good orchards and two eo d wells with
pumps. Terms: f30 per acre, half cah uown ind
oaiaiice pityaole m one and two years, secured by
mortgage upoti the farm.
j LOTS Two unimproved lots ir. Corvallis. One o
toe choicest building places iu the city for sq,le vas
onable. - - .
AISO Four unimproved' lots except fene- -ed
in Corrallis, Or. The choicest bulkling place iu t
the city for sale reasonable.
Druggi t and Apothcary'
-AND DEALER IN-
mm, ons, uwm, mwm, cuss, wm, ibises.
SHOULDER BBAOES, TOILET ARTICLES M.
A full line ot B'kh, St'ationeiy and Wall Paper. (: r drujs art- fresh an1
well selected. Paescriptions eompcmided at all lioun. 19-27yl-
Catalogues Furnishedo n
Woodcock & gSowg)
BUY THE: BE3TAND BE HAPPY.
FRANK BROS. IMPLEMENT CO.
WALTER A WOOD'S Binders.
Chain Kke Reapers,
' Swecn Bake Raapera.
" Kncldseil Gear Mowers.
OAKR. SCOTT & CO. '8 Separators,
" . " " Plain and Traction Engines.
COATES' Lock Lever Hay Rake.
Full Line of Farm Machinery.
Write for Catalogue. Address either FRANK BROS., Impl. Co., Portland, Or.,
T. J. BLAlR.Agent, Corvallis. Oregon.