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The Albany Herald-Disseminator of last
sweet contains the following:
Mr. A. P. Gaines, son of Gov. John P.
Gaines, recently received through the hand
of the Secretary of the State at Washington
and the Brazillian Minister, a communica
tion and a photograph nf a tombstone from
the island of St. Catharines, off the coast of
South America and a prorince of Brazil. It
-appeals some English engineers were en
gaged in surveying for a railroad across the
.island and came across the graves of Gov.
Gaines' two daughters who died of yellow
feverjon the voyage to Oregon in 1850, and
ware buried on that island, and had the
graves put in repair and photographed and a
.description sent to any relatives in this
state. In this manner this photograph
And latter found their way to Mr. Gaines,
The photograph shows the following in
scription on the tombstone:
.Sacred to the memory of the Daughters
of Governor Gaines, of Oregon, who died of
Yellow fever at St. Catharines, while on
their way to Oregon in the U. S. Store ship
Supply in J850.
Ground cleared cp an l re-enclosed by th
U. S. Steamers Metacomet and Powhatan,
Tombs repaired and ground cleared by
English residents in Desterro, Santa Catli
The letter accompanying the photograph
was signed by A. B. Alexander, chief engi
neer of surveyors on railroad work on the
Smoke the Kree Kree.
Kree Kree is the boss 5 cant cigar.
Kree Kree and La Lucas at Burnett
All goods ai cost at Whitney's closing
Mrs. Dr. J. B. Lee went to the Bay
Chas. Kohn, of Portland, spent Sunday
Oregon raised ' watermelons are in the
Men's furnishing goods at cost at Whit
ney's closing out sale.
Big bargains throughout at Nolan's gieat
semi-annual closing out sale.
Men and boy's shoes and boots at cost
at Whitney's closing out sale.
Corsets, Kid gloves and parasols, at cost
at Whitney's closing out sale.
Burnett & Emery are constantly adding
to and improving their club rooms.
Remember Nolan's ",reat semi-annual sale
commences on Saturday July 26th.
Several citizens of Salem were passengers
on the O. P. Last Saturday for Newport.
Miss Maggie Cosper, of Salem, is visiting
in the city, the guest-of Miss Uattie 11 anna.
No better place in town to spend a pleas
ant hour in the evening than at Burnett &
A new Ketchum wagon, three and one
half inch, for sale at a bargain at Woodcock
Hon. J. D. Lee and family, of Dallas,
were passengers on the O. P. Wednesday
for the Bay.
Robinson's circus will exhibit in Corvallis
Aug. 20th. Their "ad" will appear in this
paper next week.
Choose your sewing machines at Will
Bros., where they have ten or twelve differ
ent kinds to choose from.
A three and one-half inch
water wagon, bran new, at
Baldwin's for sale cheap.
There will be no preaching at the Congre
gational church next Sunday . Sunday
school at the usual hour.
We are informed that it is expected the
tunnel on the O. P. will be fully repaired
by to-morrow, Saturday evening. .
There are a few more satteen dress pat
terns to be had at S. L. Kline's on the
same terms as they were formerly given
Chris Wortmau, of Portland, and one of
the firm of the MeMiunville bank, spent
last Friday evening in Corvaliis with
S. L. Kline goes to San Francisco shortly
to lay in a new fall stock. All summer
goods will be soil at cost ,until the
fall stock arrives.
Fruit Raisers Attention.
The Economy fruit drier at Woodcock
& Baldwin's, Corvallis, Or., utilizes the heat
on a common cooking stove, which enables
he drier to work successfully during the
time when meals are being prepared for the
family on the same stove, thus enabling the
operator to dry rapidly and with no ex
pense. It will dry four or five bushels ol
apples per day and other fruits and vegeta
bles in proportion. Every family should
have one in order to save without expense
the fruit which goes to waste, thus making
a clear gain of all dried. The price is a
mere nothing and within the reach of all.
Only twenty Aollars for a machine complete
and will do as good work as any of the
kigh priced machines which cost ten times
Ice cream at Bain's.
New sheet music at Will Bros.
Fresh oysters, all styles, at Bain's.
Fresh candy and taffy daily at Bain's.
"Burts" fine shoes at Nolan's cash store.
Beys clothing at cost at Whitneys closing
Nobby Hate at cost at Whitney's closing
E. A. Milner went to Newport on Wed
Go and see the golden voiced Peerless
Organs at Will Bros
Will Bros, are having their store repainted
on the inside and outsidee
Prof. W. S. Walker, principal of the
Brownsville school, was in Corvallis Wed
nesday. Mr. Alberts, with Ladd & Bush of Salem,
was in Corvallis last Saturday accompanied
by his son.
C. H. Mattoon, formerly of this city, but
now doing business at Toledo was in
town yesterday morning.
D. C. Clark formerly a resident of this
place, was in Corvallis a few days ago. He
is just recovering from a severe attack of
Messrs. M. P. Burnett, Meade Casper,
T. A. Bell and Ed. Holgate have purchased
a bycicle, and now spend their spare mo
ments in riding the same.
The Colorado editors have returned home.
Vb.il" in the state they were shown every
attention by Gov. Moody, and hospitably
entertained by our people.
It is expected that a grand time will be
had on the O. P. excursion to the Bay to
morrow. We are informed that the limited
number of tickets, 200, have been mostly
taken at this early day.
Miss Josie McKay has this week been in
itiated into the mysteries of the"art preserv
ative," in the Gazette office.
Bob Johusou surprised his inp.ny friends
last Monday morning by appearing with his
steel White- shoes uicelv polished. Since it is known
Woodcock At ! that such a thing is of very seldom occur
rence, it is a matter of much conjecture why
it happened, and on this particular Monday
Wm. Powers, an old lesident of Linn
county, when returning home last week
from the .Masonic cemetery near this place,
where he had been attending the funer J of
Mrs. Springer, his team ran away and dis
abled him very much.
Prof. J. M. Uuger, of Eugene city, was
in Corvallis Thursday. The Prof, is one of
tlie best and most thoumgh teachers of
book keeping in all its forms in the state,
and informs us that he will probably t!;e a
class in our city some time in September.
The steamer City of Salein, which was
sunk on Hack Island, abeve Oregon City,
some time at:o, was relaunched Irom toe
ways iu South Portland last Saturday even
ing. The damage has been repaired and the I
Our farmer friends tell us that the price vt.3St!i has also been improved in other re-1
of hay is now lower than for many years. Loeets. She will probably be placed on t.ie
upper Willamette route in a short time.
A little judicious advertising by the peo
ple of Newport and Yaquina City and an
inducement of low fares by the O. P. 11. P.
would collect many people to Yaquina bay,
where every kind of salt and fresh-water
May it all Prove True.
A man -who "claims to know" sa, a
reporter of the Portland News, on Tl wday;
"The Oregon Pacific will be extended
from Corvallis at soma futura period,
work will probably begin this fall. '. "3
objective point is Boise City, L T. T. J
road will cross the Cascades throug.
Santiam Pass and extend through the
Malheur country. A preliminary survey
has been made, and the grade found So be
an easy and practicable one. At Boise the
Oregon Pacific will undoubtedly connect
with the Chicago and Northwestern, and
Oregon will have another transcontinental
line. This latter company are now pushing
their road rapidly west of Niobrara
Nebraska, and will probably reach Camp
Kobmson, Wyoming, the present fall. By
August, ISSG.it is expected that the Chicago
and Northwestern will be running its trains
to Yaquina City, the western terminus.
A line of steamers will also be placed on
the line between Yaquina and San Francisco."
Philomath, July 27, 1885.
Harvest progressing finely.
Jerry Barker, convalescing slowly.
Minnie Liggett, has been quite ill, but
will soon be out aga in.
Ben Childers and family 'returned to town
. Bessie Boles engaged in teaching on Turn
in, is at home on a months vacation..
Pkilomath Lodge I. O. G. T. will hold a
imn in flii. t.o!l .... !.,. .J :
" . " .ut,u ii. .ii uu u.Huindv evening.
Aug. A11 templars in good standing
are co j
g j, Hies of Salem, father of Prof. Jones
and Mai Miller f-om Ohio, were here on
a visit la. ' weee- Kex.
New This Week.
The people of Grant and Klamath counties
will be much interested in a recent dscision
by Secretary Lamar in a swamp land ca:
from California; it ought to strike terror to
the souls of the swamp land fiends of Oregon,
savs an exchange. Atter setting out the
facts and citing the statutes on the subject
the secretary says: "A careful consideration
of all the evidence shows that the said tract
is subject to periodical ever flows in the win
ter or spring months, but the overflow sub
sides so as not to render the land unfit for
cultivation by reason of the overflow. The
hind, therefore, ',is not swamp and overflowed
land within the meaning of the swamp land
act, and the claim of the state must be re
jected." This decision will cause to revert
to the public domain nine tenths of what
has been gobbled in this state under the
swamp land act.
Gose to the Wilderness.
Ex-connty surveyor MeQuhin left by the
west side train last evening for MeMiunville
to join a party under the charge of J. D.
Fsnton, who has a contract for surveying
the boundaries of the Siletz Indian Reserva
tion, says the Oreyonian of Tuesday. There
are about 300 square miles iu this reserva
tion, but the limits have never been marked.
Mr. Fenton's party will start in at the
southwest corner of the reservation, just
;;orth of Cape Foulweather, and go arouud
the reservation. I'liey will probably be
about a month iu completing the work, and
as they will lie in the wildest wilds of the
farthest west, they will probably have the
liucjt hunting and fishing iu tho world.
MORRIS. i this uity. Monday, July 27th
1885, of com mption, Wm. Morris.
CALLOWAY. At the family residence
about seven r. . Ves north of Corvallis,
. Monday, July 2.7th, 1885, Mrs. Abagail
J., wife of Rich3.-u' Calloway, aged about j
The deceased with Jier Jhtiisband who sur
vives her, settled in this co Untry many yeors
ago, where they have evers iuce resided and
made many warm friends. A large family
of children and relatives and friends survive
her who mourn her untime ly departure.
The many friends of the family ' sympathize
with Mr. Calloway and fanu'ly at their
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned ad
ministrator of the estate of J, H. Koores, late of
Marion county Oregon, deceased, will on Friday,
August 28th, 1885. at 2 o'clock P. M. at the Court
House door iu Corvallis, Benton County, Oregon, of
fer for sale to the highst bidder for cash, the fol
lowing described real propert7 belonging to said es
tate to wit:
The north east quarter of the north east quarter ot
section li, township 10, south range 7 wt st of Wil
Said sale is made in pursuance of an order issuing
out of the county court of the State of Oregon for
the County of Marion, sitting in Probate, said, order
being made and entered of record under date of
September 20, 1884. Charles K. Mookes
Administrator of Estate of
22 31 5t J H Moores, deceased-
Wm. Hartless has ten extra fine Oxford
bucks for sale at reasonable prices.
CORVALLIS, - OREGON.
Those parties who have threaten ed to sur
prise this ollice by bringing woo l to pay
A full line of Overals, Jumpers,.Bloases
Socks and Buckskin Gloves
Just opened at
S UOMFS ggt
This noted horse, owned by McKinght
Bro.'s of Albany, was started in all the
principal three year old races in Oregon in
1 8S4, winning three out of four, and making
a record of 2:41, which stands at the head
of all three year old records on the North
Pacific Coast, and trotting a fifth heat in
the remarkable time of 2:44, the last half in
1:17, a 2:34 gait. Last Saturday he was
shipped from this place to Washington
county, where he will be trained, and from
there taken to California and entered in
the principal races in that state for this
season. Oneco is an Oregon raised horse.
We expect to hear more of him in the fu-are.
He had been '-Sent"
Last Sunday a cranky individual from no
one knows where, secured a prominent po
sition near the Vincent House and in a
voice of thunder said that "he had been
sent to proclaim the gospel to all living
creatures.'" The reception given him by
the average Corvallis hoodlum did not war
rant the srank in prolonging his street ser
mon to a larger duration than about one
and one-half hours. He left next morning
for parts unknown .
Card of Thanks.
I desire to return my most heat-felt
thanks to the members of Ellworth Post,
Good tiniotny hay is sa d to be worth from
4,50 to $5. per ton delivered.
A number of drunken tramps were locked
up Monday night, and among the lot was a
deaf and dumb individual, who piteously
solicited alms from our citizens in the after
noon. Harvesting is progressing nicely, and the
whistle of the steam, thresher early and lare
is evidence of the fact that fhe farmer is
taking advantage of the present auspicious
weather for this work.
The register of the land office at Oregon
city has notified the public that he has re
ceived official notice of the forfeiture of the
Astoria land grant and that tile same is
open to pre-emption and homestead enter
ies. Messrs. T. J. Buford and C. C. Hogue
were in Independence last Monday iu tho
interests of the grand excursion to Lthe l!:iy
to-morrow, Saturday, Aug. 1st. Tuesday
Mr. Buford went to Salem on the same bus
iness. Hop men all over the state ..re somewhat
discouraged at the latest San Francisco
market reports which quotes hops at 2.J eta
per pound. This will not pay for the pick
ing, and it is hinted tiiat many yards will j
I go untouched this sessou.
The "heated term" is upon us, and while
the merchant and mechanic seek the sea
side for recreation and rest, the sanctum
slave busies himself in fighting Hies, mos
quitoes, patent medicine men, life insurance
ageuts and other Sheolites.
Mr. D. B. Curtis, late of California has
purchased the Vincent House, and will ou
next Monday, Aug 3d, assume management
ot the same. Mr. Curtis has been engaed
in this business before, and we doubt not
will make an obliging and popular host.
H. E. Harris went to Eugene city Mon
day to be present at the corner stone lay
ing of the new bnildiiig to the State Uni
versity. Monday evening, Messrs. R. M.
Montgomery and John Lewis started for
the same destination and on the same bus
iness. One of the Iowa editors has this to say of
our town and the treatment received while
here: "We are marched to the wharf on
the Willamette river, where we take a
steamer provided by the people of Albany
and Corvallis for the latter town. The
ride on the river is a delightful one. It is
high noou wlien we reach Corvallis, a
sprightly little place of 2,000 people and we
are here given another opportunity to feast
Messrs. rT.r.:ov- & fclutton are Sitting up
the,oM s!ion across me .-,trees and in iron;
of jMo'au's Uue IJ, -ice Cash Store, whore tfcev
vili scon ooe.i, a blacksiarih an 1 w.vg u
aiakers siior. T'tesa-'-entlemej are well
known hi tiiis cOwim cm: jy, and si o; id re
ceive eiijo. .-a enieiw in tueir Vat srpriie.
i'h.y '.vi:: 1. 1 leady ur I'lisiuess -vh tirot of
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
-i Oifice at Oregon City, Oregif
June 23, 1885.
Notice is her'-hv rl.,- ' ' '
their subscription to the Gazette w ill do so j seuie,. yM Meii u,Aix uf his iuleution make final
at once, or forever cease their threats, as it proof ill Mlpport of hi claim, and that said proof
is desirous to get wood cut and put in the j wia b lSLuie betm the O,onty Clerk, of Boi
it , at ,orvaii. urigon, ,n paaaag , Aug. loth
v : u i . i. w niLk. l. . - . , ...
so carelessly tnreaieii to deliver wood a frfr or - ,2 . . . ' .
harvest are always prevented from filling entry a.3sSsfacXl-2of SB 1-4, alt in Sec 4. t 18.
their engagements by the early rains and SKU W.
their fall work. Another very important Hei aesUw following witJXaM to prove Us coo-
to the office before unloading the same and
learn where it should be unloaded, and after
it is nicely corded, come again to the office
and see that they are credited on the books
for the value of the wood. There is a cor
rect and proper way for persons to do busi
nessthose who deliver wood for subscript
ion as well as any other person.
'.vliL Vincent House.
Having lately piuch:.aed this well known
house, I will thoroughly renova.Ju and relit
H. Mansfield, j the same The tabie will be supplied with
Misses Bertha I the best the marke affords, aim no pains
iss, Eda and Sarah Jacobs, Lena and I will be spared to m ike it pleasant; and eom-
So Chinese cooks
D. B. Cuktis.
Or., July- 30, 1SS5.
foi table tor
Notice! To tlie Ladies.
Fruits for canniu or preserving:
Harriett Pears oOcts.
Green Gage and sugar Plums 50 " "
Assyrip.il Crab Apples 50 " " "
Leave your orders at BcitNETT & 15-meeyV.
Monumental Hose Co. No. 2 at their reg
ular meeting last Monday elected the fol-
tish, crustaceans and bivalves that this coast ! lowing o..ice.s to serve tor the ensuing year:
..nr. l.c ba,l f.r ttit. ..fi t. -li i ,r j,.,! T .1 ffinir nrflii miT A l.!flnrinlr vie, iirf ji.
i , , . i i 1 j. r.T o .. . , , Numerous other
Tlie sport o: aeep-sea nsiiing is unsurpasseu. . o-eut, n uavci uiiauuiai stun-iit y, o su
Standard. Belknap treasurer, J te Scott, foieman and
The 0. P. train carried about 130 passen J Simpson assistant.
gers over their road to the bay last Satur
day. Among these from Corvallis who
went for a few days rest and recreation we
noticed Messrs N. R. Barber, M. Jacobs,
Zeph Job and family, W.
Chas. Monteith of Albany,
TiUa Harris, Mrs. D. Garble and Mrs. C.
A rich strike was made in the Grand
Central mine, near Heh mi, a few days ago.
Thus far it has shown up well, and tlie
richness and width of the veiu increases as
the tunnel progresses. It is now over three
feet wide and assays horn 75 to .j22,000. to
the ton. the dump contains about fifty tons
of ore. and the owners' purpose :s to erect a
mill just as soon as a road can be built for
the' transportation of machinery.
Mr. B;-asrie!d and wife returned from tlie
valley last Saturday, says the Post. He
went to see what could be done towards in
ducing shipments of wheat over the O. P.
R. R. to San Francisco, and thinks that
with proper efforts shipments could be se
cured in abundance. The matter should be
worked up ai once, as grain shipments, to
the fullest capacity ef the road this season,
would advance the general interest more
than anything else. Now is the time to
work, making BSre of "business" after har
vest may be too late. Business is business.
Do you know any event iu your neighbor
hood of interest to the people does any
one move in or out; any one get married
or run away; get kicked by a mule, bit by a
dog or snake in short if anything out of
thj ordinary run takes place; and you have
reason to believe that you know as much
about it as any one else, take a postal card
and -let us ktiow about it. It takes a good
deal to m.ike a uewsp;ier, while you may
think your item of trivial importance, a
paper would be very dry reading indeed
which contains nothing but sermons.
Thos Reade while driving to town last
Saturday, accompanied by his wife, met
with a painful accident. The team they
on the good things of the land as guests of ' were driving became frightened at a traction
the hospitable people of Benton county, j engine and ran away, throwing them both
And of all the excellent spreads tendered ! out and cutting an ugly gash in Mr. Read's
the editors none can excel that at Corvallis head, and severely injuring Mrs. Reai1.
! in any particular. Large crops of oats and They were taken into the residence of Ha-
Na. 19, G. A. R. asd also to the citizens of i wheat are raised in this county, although man Lewis at the edge of town where they
Corvallis, for the many acts of kindness , the yield is not so large as in some other remained until Sunday when they were
shown me during my recent illness, j sections, and 300,000 bushels of the latter taken home. On Wednesday their son Co-
i cereal are said to have been shipped last lumbia Reade informed us that they were
year on tbe Willamette River." i ins; -.-oving nicely.
One part shepherd dog with one glass eye
and ring around neck, named Mage. Any
person giving information of same will be
liberally re.vai-ded by Kratz, Washburn
& Co., Dixie, Oregon.
Machinery owners; I am prepared to
furnish you with rubber ami leather belt
ing. Call on me for prices. S. L. Kline.
The steamer Wilmington will make her
tir.t trip from Siit Fraucisco to Portland
on the 3d of next month. The vessel will
continue on the route between those two
ports until further orders. It is stated
however, th.:t she will be withdrawn after
the wheat shippftg season and placed on,
her o.d route between Sin Francisco l'u,;et
'ouii.l anf British Columbia. Portland
paper think there will hardly be any cc -r
ion J'.ir this action, a ; i : thou ;hc the new
nupany eau alviays r.eeure suiiicienu trale
msUe the ventorj pay.
Ymp.iaa Bay oysters arc somewhat larger
than those from Shoalwater bay, and are
pronounced more palatable. Some eastern
oysters have been transplanted on the bay,
but it seems they are not thriving very
well. The clams are also of iirst-class qual
ty and excel the Puget sound production.
kinds of rish also abound,
but as yet the business is not followed to
any great extent. All the oyster claims on
the bay are taken up and wtH be opperated
ibis fell. Tlit fishermen of the bay will
try and rind a market in Portland for their
production. A splendid market really
exists hare which Yaquina bay can secure
by a slight exertion.
Daniel Ho!ton,the Portland hotel proprl -tor
last Monday filed an assignment in the
office of the county clerk to John D. Dem
ent, for the benefit of b.is creditors. His
indebtedness amounts to .?20,i)40. 32, divided
among a score or more of creditors, mostly
that city, but a few in San Francisco. His
assets consist of the furniture in the Etoiton
house and one or two smaller lo Igings, the
value of which, even at a saeritice, is be
lieved will settle all claims, as there is $36,
000 insurance on the property. The prii -cipal
creditors are Medorum Crawford and
F. N.Shui tleff, $4500, and Charles Kohn of
Portland and E. Sikes of San Francisco
SS000. Both these claims are secared by
chattel mortgages on the fur'iiture.
Ail those wishing a copy of the "Illustra
ted History of Benton County" will please
send tlieir order to the undersigned, as i will
not publish a book in excess ot the number
ordered. D. D. Faoan,
Cor. First and Ash St's, Portland.
Closing out Sale.
The closing out sale at C. H. Whitney's
is attracting many buyers who are attracted
by the very low prices actual cost for
goods. This is a genuine closing out sale
and as the stock is a well selected one and
Iirst-class, the people should not fail to im
prove the opportunity.
Ciegon Paciic itailr-jad.
Until further notice a train will leave
Corvallis for Yaquina every Wednesday and
Saturday at 10 a. m. Yaquina to Corvallis
every Thursday and Monday at 8 a. m.
C. C. Hogue,
B. F. KlNSELY.
Corvallis, Oregon, July 23, 1885.
lis r of LErris.
Remaining unclaimed in the Postoffice at
Corvallis, Benton County, Oregon, Friday
July 31, 18S5. Persons jailing for same
will please sav "advertised," giving date of
Denure, B. H.
Vide, C. H.
N. R. Barber, P.
tinuoe b re;.
viz: J: anta V Herl-n!, Levis M Henderson, Joseph
Gray a tid ivjTgK Mercer, all of Phiwinath, lienton.
22 rT, 5w L. T. BARLV, Kepster-
Ia th e matter " the Asaifcmrant
C -F. Alexander, an insolvent debtor.
Bc iticte is hereby -.riven that the above named C. F
Alt:; ander has duly made an assiiniDient of all his
J DrtK 4.rtV under -in aj-t mtittnA "u.n aot. tn m m
erei iurs a just Jivisijn of the estes of debtors who
eosi v&y W assignees for the benefit of creditors,"
pai jscd by tne Leslrtive Assembly of the State of
Oi.- 2'bi.aftd approved October .ith, HIS, and that
tilts ur ders.riud T. J. iluford lout been du4y .vyoint-adsiixiie-.-
.tfthe estate -.U debtor and only unal
' ,ic 1 as Uv-li. Ali .o,-ot" tbc saMC. F. Alexan
der are aerehy uorfiltuJ and lequired to present their
claims a-fiu'ist t;t s'id eoULCo iu due form under
outu iAi :ae as such asii'-e ut my oiliee 2nd street
City os Co;- ul lis, LfcttitOu County, State f Oregon,
witniu t! iMxi moEUid Jro.u t.as udirj th, ls&.".
T. J. tiU'oKp,
As iifnee of t'.ie estate of C'. F. AlauJer, inohent-
u.ibi.ul'. 2it v7
la.Oit FJR PUBLICATION.
Land OIMcj at Oregon City. Oregon,
iiay 12, 1&5.
Notice is hereby jrivsa that the following named
pettier has tiled notice ot bin intention to make i
pro; in support-of Wm claim, and that saidpri.T
will be made before the Cuunty Judge cd County
'Jierk of Benton county, at CorviJlis, Oregon, on
SATURDAY, JULY 25, lbi5,
viz: Matthew Keilv, Homestead Kutry No. 4437, for
the W. 4 t,f S. tC 1-4 and E. 1-2 of S. W. 1-4 of Sec.
32, T. 10, S. K. 7, VV. He names the i,'H owing; wit
nesses to prove his iutinuous residence upon, and
cultivation of, s-akl laud, viz: Joseph Wood, Joseph
.Skat;gs, 31or0'ai K. Savage and Koyal Skafrgs, all of
Summit, Benton county, Oiegon.
L. T. BAKIN, Register.
Pl&QiSCE P31CE CURRENT,
Farm for Sale. .
A farm consisting of iSi) acres of land,
suited for farming ami stock raising, ami
situated in Lane county, Oregon, together
wish stock, such as horses, cattle, consisting
of io. 1 milch cows, one, two and three
year olds, a small band of line graded sheep,
and hogs; also farming implements, all that
are necessary on the place, in good repair,
seed and feed, all of which will be sold at a
bargain. The quality of the soil is excel
lent; adapted to ail kinds of cereals, ho? ,
fruits and vegetables, and with plenty of
out rauge for stock. For further informa
tion anil price ami terms of sale, inquire at
the CaZKTTK office.
Cron), whooping cough and bronchitis
immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure.
For sale at T. Graham's.
Shiloh's Cough and Consumption Cure is
sold by us on a guarantee. It cures con
sumption. For sale by T. Graham.
Shiloh's Vitalize is what you need for
Consumption, Loss of Appetite, Dizziness,
and all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10
and 7.3 cents per bottle. For sale at T.
Wheat per esntal, in Portland, sacked, sU0to1.3!
Oits ... s
Wool per lb 10 to 1
Fluor yer barrel s
! tSooa bides 0 ll
I Qana - 11 w i2
Shoulders & to a
Lard, Iu lb tins 10
Butter, fresh rolls 12 te 16
Kgxs, per doz IS
Apples, green 30 SO
Dried :iitiles, Pluranier, to 6
" ban dried to 4
Plums, pitless '7
Chickens, per doz 3 00 to 400.
Hides, dry Hint 10 to 14f
M green , 5to ij
'Vese, ta e 6 0O
Visits, 50to 400
A Good Business 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 god shipping point
ON THE O. P. E. K.
For further particulars enquire of N, VV.
ALL E N "hilomath Oregon.
GREAT NORTHWESTERN REMEDY.
Those who work early and late need a wholesome
relia' le Medicine like Pfunder's Oregon Blood
Will you suffer with dispepsia and Liver Purifier. As a remedy and preventative ol disease
. oinplaiut? Shiloh's Vitalize!- ss guaran- t can not he heat. It cheeks Rheumatism and Mala
'.eed to cure you. For sale at T. Graham's. : ria, relieves Constipation, Dyspepsia and Iiilliousaess
Sleepless nights, made miserable by that ! a"fl puts fresh enerjry into tlie system ry making
terrible cough. Shiloh's Gure is the remedy NEW, RICH BLOOD. All Druggists and dealers
keep it. $1.00 hottles, 6 for ?5.00.
for you. For sale by T. Graham
That hacking cough can be so quickly
cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarautee it.
For sale at T. Graham's.
For lame back, side or chest, use Shiloh'e
Pbrous Plaster. Price 25 cents. For sals
at T. Graham's.
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oatarril uuree , neait:. m t,.eeps CONSTANTLY ON HAND A LARGE
secured, u .31111011 a evuii iicmtuy. . 1 assortment 01 watclies, ulocKs, Jewelrv, etc
t .. - i at 1 f-.. v.... ' . - ...
1 nuu .nj cents. iiaMi iujcvuui uw, 1
sale by C. Graham.
W. C. Crawford
All kinds of repairing: done on short notice, and all
vrV warranted, lS:33-yl