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Weekly Corvallis Gazette,
FRIDAY MORNING, OUT. 9, 1885.
0,-FlCIAl. PAPER FOR BENTON COUNTY
to political affairs of the campaign.
But a poor woman having several little
children dependent upon the work of
her hands for support the widow of a
Union soldier and because she wrote
a poem which the republicans of Ohio
saw proper to adopt, as a campaign
j . song she of course under the present
Entered at the Postottice at Corvallis j reform administration was expelled
Oregon second liass matter, frpui her position in the treasury de
partment because site was an "offen
sive partisan." If the present admin
istration could be honest about these
things ami would say to those whose
dismissal was desired "your political
views are not in harmony with the
administration and I wish to put a
THIS PAPER will be found on file at the follow ing
pamcd places, where advertising mav be contracted
for at our regular rated:
C. V. LOMLERJt Co., Advertising Agents,
fc. P. FISHKR, Advertising Agert,
San Fraildsco, California.
GEO. P. ROWELIi & Co,, Advertising Agents,
Mo 10 SprUce Street, Sew York City.
J. H. BATES, Advertising Agent,
41 Park Row, New York Citv.
N, W. AYER & SOS, Advertising Agents.
and giving them encouragement, the
Chinaruen would leave of their own
accord, and this is the proper way to
get rid of them; simply leave them
quietly and alone. But the fact that
our people do employ them, makes a
strong demand for their services and
it is an unerring law of nature that
where there is a demand there is and
must be a supply. Matiy of these
parties who take part in the encourage
ment of chose anti-Chinese meetings,
which have for their object the ex
citement of mobs and violence, if they
had anything for a man to do, ami
could save five cent3 by employing
Chinamen to do the work, they no
doubt would be the first one to employ
democrat in your place." This is what
they mean and is just what all repub- : the dusky heathens, and thus help to
I licans expected would be done when increase the demand. Another very
" " j Cleveland was elected and if he would serious featui of the labor and help
The coinage at the mints during the!go about it in an lollt,st Wrty an4 not question results from the fault of tbe
hionth of September amounted to $4,- j p, fJJaehood and deception in the laboring white people which is not the
420,384, of which $2,500,050 was in
st imlard silver dollars.
Nashyille, Tenn,, is in
York mwry market for $200,000, but
paauot get it, The eity is rich, pros
perous ftod aot overburdened with
iitt, but Tennessee is a repudiating
state. In this connection it may be
worth while to mention that Massa
chusetts has negotiated a large loan at
2 per cent. There is policy as well as
principle in honesty.
The New York Tribune and Times
matter no fine could blame' him. If fault of the Chinamen or the persons
there is any thing that mankind should who employ them. The Chinamen
the New ; be severely punished lor it is lalselioou, when they get employment generally
double dealing and deception. Our work steady and quietly and molest
penetentiarys should be full of offend- no one, and is not continually strikin
ei's of this kind. I for higher wages, or having to hunt a
j new place before his old iob is cora
I pleted; while on the contrary, among
BURNETT & JOHNSON,
Proprietors of the
WHIST AND BILLIARD ROOMS
Constantly on li mil the beat iirmitls of
Tobaccos and Cigars in tbe market.
Fruit, Nuts Confectionery
Ice Cold Drinks, Etc.
CSVE US A CALL.
Main St. Corvallis, Oregon.
NEW TAILOR SHOP.
FRED. LA UCHLE, Proprietor.
)Oue door south of Rose Bro. ?s Cigar Factory. )
CORVALLIS, - . OREGON.
ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.
Cutting Cleaning: & Re paring
CANAN & GIBLIN, PRO. RIETORS.
THK OCCIDEN TAL is a new trailtiiu".
aewly furnished, and is nrat class in all it!
Stages leave the hotel for Albany anil Yaquina B;
Mondays, Wednesdays ami Fridays.
Large Sample Room on First Floor for
Commercial Men. 19-35 Ij
KEEFC VACE WITH AN 03? TEAM.
Telegraph Com- j white laborers it is often quite difficult.
The Western Union
party, years ago when its business was to rind them to stay with you and
smaller, done things up on lightning
order of things. A message was then
put through in double quick time, and
as soon as it arrived at the place of
are on the trail after Gov. Hill, whose j destination a messenger was out in an
record as assemblyman during the
Tweed regime shows him not merely
as ft henchman of Tweed's, voting as
Jie vas bidden upon monstrously cor
rupt bills, but Tweed's partner and
associate in running a newspaper at
Elmira. Ten thousand dollars of
Tweed's money went toward the pur
chase of the newspaper, according to
the Times' dtory, and it was during the
joint ownership of the Elmira Gazette
.by David M. Hill and Wan. M. Tweed
jthat Tweed and his fellow thieves
made their last desperate raid upon
the treasury of New York.
work steady unless they are permitted
to buss your whole concern; and, in
fact, when they are permitted to do
about as they please, it is seldom they
The next Session will li
lOtli, with Mine rnenltv ! yiar.
B. L. Arnold, Pres.
Jjet it be kept before the people that
)is administration has not paid off a
dollar of the public debt nor taken a
single step towards formulating any
plans for the relief of depressed or the
encouragement of a single manufactur
ing establishment It has through the
workings of republicau laws collected
money to the aggregate of over three
hundred and fifty million dollars but
there it ended. It has not followed
republican plans of paying the interest
bearing bonds and thus affording real
relief. During the campaign they
yre.re going to divide out greenback
reserve. Why dont they pay out
what the law requires of them any-wayt
Thon. nyo fkvu. v . 11. -toe in HlP Stat.
will stay with a steady job. In such u,,ive.s;tv to lie rilled faun Benton eouutj
instant on his way to deliver it. But ; as household and kitchen work it is Young men and women who em pass exahi
, , , ., . , .. .. , . . , , , ination for a teacher's certificate, are eliyib
tune has changed this order ot things difficult to get white girls to do such : appointment by the county court. A, -
and now davs. in a creat many instan-1 ni L- Tn fxo.t. housework and fch ; plications will lie received until Monday
.... ,n ,. ., , . .. .. .... I oepiemoer ,in, ioou.
ura, iciauu ujjguu . cn oi.au. care oi tne nousenoiu, ine most en-
foot to deliver his message as to send nobling Gf work, in this day an I
it by telegraph. age seems to be unpopular to the fancy I
Only a few days ago a message was : Gf tne giddy girls and women of . to- j
day. They will go and work twice as
constant and at a great deal more
laborious employment than housework j
and feign to like it, because it is some-1
thing different from housework. And
aim ty-nine cases out of every hundred
of girls or women employed to assist in i
family household work will work a
E. A. Milker,
Corvallis, Oregon, Atlg. 5, '85.
sent in the afternoon to a young man
at Harrisburg asking him to answer
immediately as to whether he could
come to Corvallis the next morning to
attend to some business. The young
man at Harrisburg received the tele
gram and answered that evening but
when it arrived at Corvallis the nies-
.1 H. Lewis, E. E. Raber.
Lewis & llabf!, Piopritor.s.
42T Do a general Praying Business.
sage vas not delivered until the rext ! motlta or a few weeks, until they get
' 0. B. STARR'S
LIVER? FEED ui s E STABLE,
(South end Main Street.)
morning, hence it caused this young I ,uoney enough to buy a new hat and a j Charges Reasonable, Satisfact
inan to lose the. time and expense, of a new tiress when they will throw up i ion Guaranteed,
The contemptibly dishonest course
.oF the present democratic administra--tion
on the "offensive partisan" dodge
is most ridiculously illustrated in the
case of a w oman employed as a treasury
.clerk at Washington who has been dis
charged because she is an "offensive
partisan." She is Mrs. Mary E. Kail,
of Ohio a poor widow, with several
children depending upon her for support-
She is a lady of some literary
ability, and has written several poems, tern,
which were favorably received. On
receiving her discharge, she went to
Auditor Williams, and inquired why
she had been dismissed. The fpllow
"Because you are an offensve par
tisan," was the reply, with the rough
ness and impoliteness characteristic of
"Was I not efficient and faithful,
and was not niy work satisfactory?''
asked Mrs, Kail.
"Certainly. No complaints to make.
You are simply put out because I tell
you, you have been an offensve parti-
trip clear down to Corvallis, to find
when he got here that his telegram had
not been delivered promptly and that
the parties here, in the meantime, had
procured some one else to do what he
came to do. This is not the only in
stance, but similar instances are hap
pening every day with this company.
The writer has sent messages fnm
Salem to this nlace one clay and ar
, I -
I rived here the next day before the
message was delivered. A man, some
time ago accompanied his wife to Port
land and she took the steamer for San
Fiancisco to visit friends. About the
time the steamer left Portland the
husband telegraphed the friends in
San Francisco that the former's wife
was on her way, and for the latter to
meet her at the steamer. The wife
reached San Francisco and was at the
friends house before the ox team arrived
their job and take a vacation for a
while and then hunt up a new posi
tion. Such giddy, unreliable fixings
as these if they should strike a mar
riageable young man, if he was so
green as to be taken in, would most
generally undertake to keep his house
hold and make him happy, when they
despise the care and work of the house
hold. Most people who employ the
thousands upon thousands of China
men to do housework, do not do so
from choice, but simply because of the
unreliable nature of white labor they
are compelled to do so, and can not do
anything else. There is many a man
who has been so unfortunate as to
have a sick wife and family on his
hands and been unable to employ help
to assist about the house and take care
of them, who after a few such ex
periences has no doubt resolved to hire
to deliver the message. About the , (jhinamen, or anything if it would do
only way the people can get rid of this I humanities work.
abomnible tfuisauce is for every man to j
urge upon the General Government to
start a thorough postal telegraph sys-
NOTICE TO BR-Q !F. CONT.ACO
"In what did my offensive partisan
ship consist' was Mrs. Kail's next
"You wrote a campaign song for the
republicans in Ohio," was the reply.
"Good day." No other excuse could
be found to displace the woman in
order to make room for some democrat
who had no doubt taken active and
energetic part to elect Cleveland and
to reward him for such work and
therefore the poor widow woman with
her several hungry and needy children
had to be put out of employment on a
pretext which was a falsehood upon its
The postmaster general don't regard,
as 'offensive partisanship" the action
of democratic postmasters in Virginia,
who refuse to distribute republican
newspapers and documents, and even
holds such letters as they think relate
Notic is hereby given that the County Court of
Benton County, Oregon, will on Wednesday, the 7th
day of October, A. D 1SS5, at he hour of one o'clock,
P M., let the co itract for building a bridge, eighty
foot span, across the Lucjtiaaiute near Frantz's mill,
according ts plan and specifications on file in office of
County Clerk. Sealed bids will be received up to
said hour. I The Court reserves the right to reject
auy or all bids.
22-33-31. J. R. bRYSOX. County Judge.
Dated Sept. 17th, 1885.
IV. C. Crawford,
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A T.ARGI:
assortment of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, etc.
All kinds of repairing doue ou short notice, and al!
work warranted. f3:3;i-yl
Corvallis, Yaquina, San Francisco
Oregon Pacific S- E. and
The Chinese question has long been
a serious one. The rabble, tramps, for"
eign paupers and vagabonds which
flock to our shores, and who do not
desire work so much as they do to de
vote their lives to agitation, lawless
ness, plunder and bloodshed, and who
meet wherever they cm find a senti
ment to sympathize with and listen to
them, are making the serious nature
of the question a difficult one. While
we can all see some serious disadvan
ta"es from having the Chinese in 041- County, at Corvallis, Oregon, on Tuesday, Octobei
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Roseburg, Oregon.
Sept. 15th, 1885.
Notice is hereby given that the following-named
: settler has filed notice of his intention to make final
j 1 proof in support of his claim, and that said proof
will be niade before the Judge or Clerk of Uenton
midst; and while it becomes every man's
duty to assist in removing these diffi
culties in a quiet, lawabiding and sen
sible way; yet every good lawabiding
citizen must from principles of good
government and self preservation, de
nounce all public meetings or demon
strations of any kind which result in
recommending force, violence or any
unlawful means to displace the Chinese
from among us. There are many
standpoinvS from which this question
must be considered. There are many
reasons which bring Chinamen here
and cause them to remain, for which
the Chinamen are not accountable, and
are not to blame. The people who em
ploy the Chinamen are as much and in
fact many times more to blame than
the Chinamen are for being employed.
By so many persons employing them
it makes their services remunerative
and makes a demand for them. If
people would quit employing them.
27, 1835, viz: William Howard, Homestead No
32S8, for the N. W. 1-4 of S. E. 1-4, 8 E 1-4 of N. W
1-4 and E. 1-2 of S. W 1-4, Sec. 24, T. 14, S. R 7 W.
He maiues the following witnesses to prove his con
tinuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land,
viz: Edward Williams, Charles West, Robert How
ard and G. W. He ward, all of Monroe, Oregon.
22-H-5t W. F. BENJAMIN, Register.
NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned ex
ecutors of the last will and testament of Joseph Ham
ilton, late of Linn county, Oregron, deceased, will in
accordance with one of the provisions of the will of
said deceasec on Saturday.the 17th day of October, '85
at the hour of one o'clock in the afternoon of Hsid day
at the court house door in the town of Corvallis coun
ty of Benton and state of Oregon, offer for sals at
public auction to the highest bidder, the following-
described real property belonging to said estate:
Lots numbered one (I), two (2), three (3), ten (10),
eleven (11) and twelve (12) in block numbered nine
(9) in the county addition to the original town of
MaryBville (now Corvallis) in Benton county state of
Oregon. Also lot numbered two (2) in block numb-red
nine (0) in the original town of Marysville (now
Corvallis), in Benton county, state of Oregon.
Six months credit will be given with appioved se
curity if desired for one-half of the purchase money
of said property.
Dated at Corvallis Oregon this 9th day of Sept. 1 885
CAROLIXB HAMILTON ) pv.,.
UEOKGE HENDERSON. ) r'xeonH,rs
Trains on and after Sept. 14th,
Tuesdiy, Thrsdij and Siiurday, 10 a. s
Ksndiy, Wednssday and Friday, 3 a, z
Between Corvallis t San Franciscr
First-class and Calin passage S14 0'
" ' Steerage ' 7 (!i
Oraiu per ton 2000 lbs 4 .r
Thus saving to the farmers ami merchant
of the valley
Thousands of Dollars.
Willamette river lioats will hereafter on
neet with trains at Corvallis. This new iii
is preparer! to transport all the freight an.
WALLIS NASH, Vice Pres.
CHAS. 0. HOGUE, A G. 1'. & F. Aut
Cor. Seceml and Monroe Sts.,
CORVALLIS, : OKtGO.K,
Keeps constantly on hand all kinds of
Coffins ard Caskets.
Work done to ordjr on short notice and at
Corvallis July ), 1881. )9:27yl.
THE MUTUAL SELF-i
ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA,
Grand Central CffTce, Fcrt Worth, Texas.
SAM C'UNOIFF, President. E. M. MACY, Secretary.
B. W. BROWN, Vice-Presi. lent. A. W. MORKIhON, Treas.
:hartyreil under the laws of the State of Texas. June 11th, 1881, Copyrigl t secured by filirg tia!e June 11
1S31, in the oMice of the librarian of Congresg, DC
PACIFIC COAST DEPARTMENT.
No. 7 Powell St. Corner Market. San Francisco
HON'. SAMUEL O. HILBORX, President, A. W. KEI.SEY, of Sacramento. Tice-Aesident
W. tl. WAKD, Secretary, J X. KUSShL, SR., Superintendent.
PltOP V, li. TAYLOE, M. t).. Medicel Director, PACIFIC HANK, Treasurer.
CAPT. J. N. LI ON ARD, State Supt., Portland, Or.
The object of this Association is to provide endown in'efcr living- iren-bers ns well a? benefits tot
'aniilies of ke;a.-ed nieiv:ber., at the least -.ost consistent f eriect sccuiity, y L suing odccv.l u.ls as
.veil an death benlit t ertitkates.
Tht: plan tmbniL-e.s two liirms, lite and death. One jays at the death of a member and the other pays
n 1v equal iD&taliuets o urine life. Tbe association i operated on the mutual it has no itoek-
tio!uor to absorb its earnings, and no trui-teL- among whi la lo uividett8 hurnms.
The total membership r.f the association now :.n. i nt.- to nearly 14, U 0 with a steady increase
ach month. The a-ocii.tKm ha di.uei. to oat c57o.o;;t-.(.!2 in benefits to the NuUes of deceased mem
-jr.i, and on maturing coupons. Is loaning from fiftec to twenty thousand jtcr mouth to li'-iny men.Ltrs.
REVIEW SILCE ORGANIZATION.
!!e.eipts since organization, - - - - r70. 23c, 0(5
Disbursements suite organization, - - - 570. 038. 02
; ilanee mi bawl. - - - 201,0ft
Couplings paid, - - I - 80,600
Agents Wanted in every county of the Pacific Ccast.
Fm W Johnson, itesiilent A-ent, - - Corvallis, Oregon.
City Stables Daily Stage LinE
FE0M ALBANY TO C0SVALLJP.
THOS. EGLIN, - - Proprietor.
On the Corner West of the Engine House IHaving secured the contract to carrying th
CORVALLIS, - - OREGON.
A V I X O COMPLETED MY
I am ustter
tT'par Wmm jCorvallis tr AlV.nnv
t P'or the entwine four yea ill lean C'or allfp ?.ch
OTOT rC TCaRf O D'P"irO OftSO!ArC ,",!l,i,l'!-at rt o'cl.M-k, ...ng m All any alcut
ijfcbl Ur IhjMEO dJjjICO, UmulJAjCO, o'clock, mi ailUtartf.i n Altaij atlo'tic.k mihm
afternoou, returning to C rvallh about olck
N. i'lhis line will e tr. pr red w.th good tisn anu taie-
i ui driven and nici: uon.iortuhk' anJ
United States M
SADDLE HORSES TO TIII7E.
At ileasonable Kates.
57 Particular attention given tu Bonrdimj Hones
ilorses Bought ana Suid or Kxchanged.
PLEASi: GIVE Mil A CALL.
! EASY RIDSfC VEHECLLS
I-Vr the accommodation of the
Wheat and other Grain Storod on tin.1 best of ierms by
BJ?- 3'- BLAIR,
SACKS PDRNISI1ED TO PATRONS.
Farmers will do well to call on me before making arrangements elsewhere
THE BEHTOH COUNT?
REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATION
0f5.ee: Corvallis. OrejrOn.
M. S. AVOOBCOCK. Manairer.
pyt TO ASSOCIATION bin ard sell ali classes of Keal Kstate rn rea sonable terms and wi.lthor
S III oughly adverti by describing each pieee of property eutruatedto it for sale. The follow
s of property will be tola on extraordinarily reasonable terms:
SAW MILL Vndivii td i interest ii 0 u 1.. n 1 tj
atei. a good planer aid seven aui of iiid utt1
1 connection i:h th e 11 ill. l ot n fl citi t u 11.
.1 if the year, situated bare tocatKet and i1b;n
. a.ut 7 miles of Corvallis with an excellent good
.ad to and roni it. '1 tin s tty.
FARM Farm all under fence only 2j miles from
nrvallis of ISO acres, fcftacres now in ttiiuxatii n, ti e
iitiai.ee of it can be cultivated; al tml it 01 it row in
..-heat with a fair house j.. 0 Urn 111. d grunt ry.
ATtUbesold at a bareain. Tcnns tas-.
PARM Farm of 47i acres for less than (18 ti
1 ere. being one of the eheajiest and lest lain:;- in
.nt..i. county, situated 4 miles west of Idonr. e. i ol
t mile from a good school, in one of the best neigh
borhood in the state with church inivileges handy. !
v ii. nit bit. acres in cultivation, and over 00 can ot
n!:ivtaed. -Ui under fence, with fcoed two story
'raine house, large barn and orchard; ha: running
vater the rear around, and is well suited lor stoca
nd dairy pttrposes. This is one of tl t beapest iarms
in the iV'illamette Valley Terms easy.
bl;t K FARM SSOacrea, about 50 in e'lltivrtion.
l.(t sues .:.i. It ecilitiiUti, 1 1 rcits oi gurt fir al d
oak tin.bcr, the Laisntt feccd glass. Ifcd. f-nalltmi-leitbblt
1 onsf 1c1l1.11. n iiu 1 c.cinii.e an incx
beustibl cu mng, n.t kit f tit 11 tbe lot stock
nircet itluku rci.Lty. timattd iltu Id n.iles
boutkweat ct ttrvaiiis. Ir
FAI.51-A (aim of 16 acres of land situated
n ilciim teivriiis.il. lin Ccunty, tr. All t i ter
iei-ce;t sties ci rich b u. n u 1 a in tultivafioni
Eb acres of gctl Br, ss . ai.d ctyle litlit; s tV.
houses, s ci.d citbt.it 1 1.1c. tv 1 tt. n elli .ih.
tun ps. 'I in: s. tl 'v 1 11 mi, tail tail, ttwn i t
laic 1. te j ay able in one ti.d two tais, ttctiitd by
n c 1-igi.L.c upon the iaini.
LOTS Two unimproved lots in O rvallis. One of
tut choicest building places in the city lor tale eas
onable. .A I. SO Four unimproved lots except fen
etl in corvallis. Or. 1 re choicest building pluet ia
the citv for sale leasonjble.
THOMAS CR AH Al
Druggist and Apothecary,
-AND DEALER IN-
011s, mbiisies, mm cuss, pirn, mm.
SHOULllEE BK.U'ES, TOILET ART1CIES AC.
A lull lint- "1 l oks, Statinne-y and Wall Paiier. Ot'r drngs are tret.li t&A
well selected. Presicriptions coniiic nnded at all hourt. 19-27 J
The New Steam Yacht
ffiiWh, "TRESS A MAY"
Is at your dis' osaI for the season of 1886. Being
manned by careful and competent officers and crew
k enert themselves at all times to oblisre vis
itors, thai tors a Specialty, hates reasonable.
For terms appiv to
CAPT. F. E. DODGE, Manager.
Newport, Oregon. 222b3m
Well seasoned and in the Ware
house, a fine lot of dressed
Any party purchasing o,0(K) teej
or over, may have the same a
$24.00 per SL inquire ot
T. J. BLAIR.