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Weekly Corvallis Gazette.
FRIDAY MORNING, OCT. 30. 1885.
OFFICIAL PAPER FOR BENTON COuNTY
Kntered at the Poatoffice at
Ofsgon, as second-class matter.
THE RIGHT HAW FOB SENATOR.
Th Dalles, Oct 25,
Ed. Corvallis Gazette: Many re
publicans in this section of the state
have read with undisguised pleasure paign against him
THIS PAPER will be found on flio t the following
sauted places, where advertising may be contracted
for at our regular rates:
6. w. UMILERACo., Advert isinsr Agents,
L. P. riSHKR, Advertising Ager t,
San Francisco, California.
C0 P. ROW ELL A Co,. Advertiaing A genu.
Us 10 Spruce Street, New York City.
I. H. BATES, Advertiaing Agent,
41 Park Row, New York Cltv.
. W. ATER A SON, Advertising Agents,
R P. Bird, the present county trea
surer of Yamhill county, was last
Monday nominated by the republican
county convention for state senator.
Hon. L. D. Thoman, civil service
commissioner has tendered his resigna
tion to president Cleveland, which has
been accepted to take effect November
your open advocacy of the election of
Hon. Geo. H. Williams to the United
States Senate. His distinguished abil
ities, as well as those great public ser
vices by which he shed lustre upon the
name of Oregon, are so well known
and appreciated as to leave nothing to
be added, touching the proprietr and
policy of placing him again in the
Senate. While republicans of eastern
Oregon are not entirely unanimous in
their preference for any particular can
didate, it may be safely said that the
election of Judge Williams would give
general satisfaction east of the moun
tains, and go as far as any action of
the legislature could go toward consign
ing to oblivion those personal animosi
ties which have heretofore been so dis
astrous to the party- "a consummation
devoutly to be wished."
The New York World's Washington
special says: The president is not aware
of the immense range of opposing forces
that are preparing for the winter's cam-
Up to the present
The special election in Yamhill
county is one of considerable import
ante and will likely be somewhat inter
esting, as the county is so evenly divi
ded and the time tor canvassing is so
Strong efforts are being made to
cause the removal of Gov. Warren of
Wyoming territory, for his activity in
endeavoring to secure the punishment
of rioters who particijiated in the re
cent massacre of Chinese at Rock
Des Moines Register: The spirit of
the great fight in 1888 is in the air
All republicans feel it and are respond
ing to it The party is beginning in
1885, the contest for restoration to
national power in 1888. All republi
cans are on their mettle. The cam
paign for the next presidency has be
gun now and in earnest and no Iowa
republicans are going to be missed at
the first roll calL It is a national tight
now, and every republican is in line,
and any a recruiting officer for the par-
time he has made no preparations. He
is alienated, to a certain degree, the
leaders of his party among the demo
cratic senators, nearly all of whom have
some grievance against the president
They are his allies as yet, but they are
not cordial on es. It would be very
easy for him yet to make them his
friends. A prominent republican sen
ator who called upon the president the
other day, was asked to give his opin
ion of Cleveland. This is what hesaid:
I think the president is an honest,
upright, well-meaning gentleman, but
he is more in need of information con
cerning public affairs than anybody I
THE SPECIAL SESSION.
The New York Mail and Express
aye Secretary Whitney's letter to the
of the Brooklyn nary yard
t a bombshell in the democratic
tsVere. The president's secretary.
baa been is conference with
tbe esanasea-E all dar, and there is much
at both Cleveland and
Tkm democrats aav that
WLit&ey's letter refusing to discharge
ref aaUiean employes, has caused a stam
pede of tbe local leaders in Brooklyn.
There waa an angry col Ioq ny . Lament
said the president was not in any sense
responsible for Whitney's letter, and
that he had shown all tbe favor towaid
Governor Hill's ticket that be could
possibly do and preserve his dignity as
president of the entire people.
Says a Boston democratic pa ten Are
the democrats of the country losing
hearty feeling outside of local issues!
Is the administration freezing them?
Too many of the oldest and most hon
ored men of the party have been com
pletely frozen out. Seven months after
the inauguration of a democratic presi
dent many of the high offices of the re
public and a large majority of the res
ponsible positions at the disposal of the
administration remain in republican
hands: and still there is no sign of
change. The questions to be considered
are these: How manv thousonds of
democrats in Ohio sat down on election
day disappointed and disgusted! How
many are going to sit do vn with the
same feeling in New York and Massachusetts)
The special session of the Oregon
legislature will convene tt Salem Nov
ember 9th, 1885. Each individual
member should be anxious to get an
other chance at legislation, in order to
undo the blunders that were, in part at
least, of his doing last spring. Twen
ty days, the period allotted to the spec
ial session, unless indeed the abound
ing philanthropy of members should
induce them to stay beyond the limit
without- pay, is time sufficient for con
sidering the measures oi "vital impor
tance to the people" which induced the
governor to call the legislature togeth
er, and if judiciously, temperately and
carefully used will do mnch in the way
of expunging, if not from the records,
from the public mind the factious action
of the forty days' session that involved
the republican party of the state in
disgrace, to the great comfort and de
light of its enemies. Of course, the
legislature of the state was called at
this time for a specific object the elec
tion of a United States senator. Bal
lot ing upon the names of candidates
for this position cannot take place nn
til the second luesday of the session,
hence there will be seven days in which
to attend to matters of minor detail be
fore the balloting for senator begins.
Republicans, being in good working
majority, will be held accountable by
the public for the errors that may be
committed, and will be accredited with
the good that may result. If the lead
era of this party in the legislature are
sagacious enough and magnanimous
enough to put personal preferences and
petty spite resolutely under their feet,
and work as legislators rather than as
individuals, the session will result sat
lsfactonlr and beneficially, lnere is
every incentive to action of this kind.
Everything is to be gained by it, and
everything upon which a party can go
before the people and ask their suf
frages m this state at the next election
is jeopardized, if not lost, by the op
posite line of conduct. Statesmanship
is not particularly required of Oregon
legislators at this time, but common
sense and temperate judgment is in
great demand. Telegram.
A three days' session ef the Mutual
United Brotherhood of Liberty associa
tion has iust closed in Baltimore. This
association is organizing in every state
and territory, and its object is to raise
money to test in the courts all infringe
meats of the rights of colored people, as
guaranteed them by constitutional and
J utt as the fame of John Brown, of
Osawatomie, is taking a new lease of
life through Sanborn's memoirs, the
man who struck him down in tbe en
gine house at Harper's Ferry twenty
six years ago, is this month honored
with an office under the federal govern
ment, says a Washington dispatch. Is
rael Green, ot Mitchell, D. T., appoint
ed agent of the Indians at Sisseton
agency in that territory, is the same
Lieutenant Green, of the marines, who
led the final assault upon the liberal
stronghold. After the Harper's Ferry
pUode Green went on a long cruise
imi returned to this country to find
the eivil war under full headway. He
entered the confederate service, and at
tbe close of the war went west, settling
finally ia Dakota. The influence
through wU'udi be obtained his present
Ajjpodiatjuteat avaja that of M. H. Day, a
member of tbe democratic committee of
New This Week.
For the balance of 1SS6, including the niamtr.oth
holiday number, to all who subscribe now for 1888.
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u. SAmuEb, ruDusaer,
122 Front Street, Portland, Or.
BURNETT & JOHNSON,
M. S. WOODCOCK,
A-ttornev - at - Law,
Corvallis, - - Oregon.
J- R- BALDWIN,
Attorney at Law.
Will practice in all the Courts in the state.
Collections promptly attended to
(Office in Poatoffice Building.
Corvallis, - - Oregon.
THIS OUT, and return to
The Gazette Publishing House with an order for
any amount of Jolf Print! ra, auch as Bill or
Letter Heada, Invttationa, Calling and Business
Cards, Programmes, Ball Tickets, Note, Order,
and Receipt Books, Circulars, Labels, Shipping
Tags, Posters, or any class of Job Printing.
Prices aa low as Good Work can be done for.
Talm OA8B, TXT.
(Office over Carlile's Store. )
Where he may be found day or night. Dr. Case is
a graduate of New York city, and comes to this coast
from tbe east where he has had several ye-rs experi
ence among the aick. Hia manner of treatment is up
on the Diost modern and scientific principles of medi
cine. PubLc pat rename respectfully solicited.
CORVALLIS, OREUON. 22401 y
Real Estate Agency.
Real Estate, Employment and Collection
Business Solicited- Seiereaees Given.
OFFICE. Firat door south of Fisher's Brick, mais
Proprietors of the
WHIST AND BiLLIARD ROOMS,
Constantly on hand the best brands of
Tobaccos and Cigars to the market.
Fruit, Nuts ahd Confectionery
Ice Cold Drinks, Etc.
GIVE US A CALL.
Main St. Corvallis, Oregon.
CANAN & GIBLIN, PROPRIETORS,
THE OCCIDENTAL i a new building,
newly furnished, and ia tint class in all its
Stages leave the hotel for Albany and Yaquina Bay
Mondays, Wednesdaya and Fridays.
Beeai en First Fleer for
rial Hen. 19-35 Is
J H. Lewis,
E. E. Raber.
Levis &X r. oprietttv
JW Do a general Draying Business.
LIVES! PISS and WE STABLE.
(South end Main Street.)
Charges Reasonable, Satisfact
Corvallis, - - Oregon.
If You Are a Business Man
Veu will now be convinced by reading this ad. that it
pays to advertise in the GAZETTE. What you have
to say will be read, even if inserted in the rern.otu.st
part of the paper. Vot a lin i goes unnoticed. Wc
do the finest Job Work and keep legal blauks on hand
(or sale. Give us vour orders for iob work. Sub
scribe for the OAZsCTrE 92.50 per year in advance.
Judge J. B. Fo raker, gonprnor.elect
of Ohio, spoke to a large audience in
New York recently. He contrasted
the causes which led to the going oat
of power of the democratic party twen
ty-five years ago and the republican
party of a year ago. He said that the
achievements of the republican party
met with universal approbation now,
and asserted that had there been a free
ballot and honest count in tbe .South it
would still be in power. He defended
the bloody -shirt policy. He said this
policy did not operate to revive the
memories of the war, but it was neces
sitated by occurrances since the conflict
and he con t lasted it with Fits Hush
Lee's campaign in Virginia. The dem
ocrats, he continued, promised to look
over tbe books, count the money and
restore prosperity. The former two
promises they have performed, but the
latter vas unredeemed. The country
was looking to president Cleveland for
his policy. If he pronounced for pro
tection this third promise would be
performed, but free trade would inten
sify the present depressed condition of
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 good shipping point
ON THE O. P. B. E.
For further particulars enquire of ffm VV.
ALLEN, Philomath Oregon.
That the beat and cheapest pleace n Cor
vallis to buy all kinds of
IH ARD WAR EX
Cutlery, Tools. Iron, Nails,
Pumps, Rubber hose. Iron and Lead
Pipe, Rope, Barb Wire,
Granite ware, Stamped ware, Tin ware,
Japanned ware and House Furnishing goods;
or to get all kinds of job work in the line
of shnet metals or plumbing dene ia at the
Hardware and Stove store of
. J. D. CLARK.
W. C. Crawford,
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A LARGE
assortment of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, etc.
AH kinds uf repairing done on short notice, and all
work warranted. l8:33-yl
J. B. Lis, M. D.
G. R. Facka, M. 1.
LEE & FARRA,
Corvallis, - Oregon.
y INCENT HOUSE..
D. B. CURTIS, Proprietor
The best dollar a day House n tha
CORVALLIS, - ORECON
Corvallis, Yaquina, San Francisco
Oregon Pacific ft R. and
NEW TAILOR SHOP.
FRED. LA UCHLE, Proprietor.
)0ne door south of Rose lire's Cigar Factory.)
CORVALLIS, - . OREGON.
ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.
Cutting, Cleaning & Reparing
Trains on and after Sept. 14th,
Tuesday, fowidaj and Saturday, 10 a. m,
Xonday, Wednesday and Friday, 8 a, n.
Between Corvallis San Francisco
First-class and Cabin passage $14 00
' " Steera-e - 7 OC
Grain per ton 2000 lbs 4 56
Thus Baring to the farmers and merchant
of the valley
Thousands of Dollars.
Willamette river boats will hereafter con
nect with trains at Corvallis. This new lint
is prepared to transport all the freight and
WALLIS NASH, Vice Pres.
CHAS. C. HOGUE, A. G. R & F. Agt
THE MUTUAL SELF-ENDOWMENT
A TSTD BENEVOLENT
ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA,
Grand Central Office, Fort Worth, Texas.
SAM CUNDIFF, President. E. M. MACY, Secretary
B. W. BROWN, Vice-Presilent. A. W. MORRISON, Treas.
Chartered under the lawa of the Stat, of Texas. June 11th, 1S81. Copyrfcl t secured bv Wire- aitl. j. ia
1S81, in the office of the librarian of Congress, D. rj. 1 e m" 11
FAtilFlLl CUAST L JUFARTMENT.
No. 7 Powell St. Corner Marlset. San Francisco
HON. SAMUEL O. HILBORN, President, A. W. KEI.SEY, of Sacramento Vicer-resident
V. H. VVAUD, Secretary, J N. UCSSEL, Sr. , Superintendent
.. , ...vv..v. , ....'i , nvir v uAivn.. lreasurer
Cor. Second and Monro Sts.,
CORVALLIS : OREGON,
Keeps constantly on hand all kinds of
Coffins ar.d Casket?.
Work done to ordar on short notice and at
Corvailia July 1, 1881. 19;27yl.
APT. J. N. LEONABD. State Snpt., Portland, Or.
The object of this Association is to provide enci:;vnafcr Ihirg men lci as well benefits for
families of deeea&ed members, at the least eest consisttr.t itl. perttt apcuiitj, fcj issuing onriewnentp as
wellasdeHth besfit certificates.
The plan -.braces two forms, lite and death. One rv 2t the death ef a member and the other pays
n five eqoal installntents durine life. The association is operated on the inutuai plin. : i:a- stock
holders to absorb its earnings, and no trustees anion'-' whom to uivide its surplus
The total membership r.f the association now an;nuts to nearly 14,tKO aith a steady increate
each mouth. The association has disbursed to dat. ri7u,o:i).02 in benefits to the legatees of deflated mtm
bers, and on maturing coupons. Is lsaninir from fifteeto twenty thousand per month to li- ing menilers
W SI. CE ORGANIZATION.
Receipts since ecganizatit-o, . $570,236,06
Disbursements since or-janization, - - - 5711 o.'iS 02
Balance on hand. - - . 201,06
Coupons paid, - - - J - 80,600
Agents Wanted in every county of the Pacific Coast.
F. M. Johnson, Resident Agent, - Corvallis, Oregon.
City Stables aDaily Stage LinE
On the Corner West of the Engine House
CORVALLIS, - - OREGON.
HAVING COMPLETED MY
new and con.njAktUous BAHN,
1 am better than ever prepared to
BEST OF TEAKS BU2&IES. CARRIAGES
SADDLE HORSES TO HIKE.
At Reaaonable Kates.
J3T PartUalar attention given, to Boardans; Horse
Horses Bousaat and sold or Lxcaanged.
PLEASE On ME A CALL.
Having secured the uttHtract to carrying th
United state M
Corvallis tr JVlbanv
For the ensuing- four year w ill lave Corrallif eat-l
morning at 8 outwit, .viug j Albany about
A:iuck, ud will htrt fii.n Alka& at 1 o'clock in the
alUTsooH, returning to Corvallis abftut 3 o'clock
Thin lia will i e prepared with jrood tram and care-
ui driver's ajua nitre coiniortaoie and
EASY RIDING VEHICLES
For the accommodation of tsa
TKAYELIKG. VI UllC.
Wheat and other Grain Stored on the best of Terms by
SACKS FURNISHED TO PATRONS
Farmers will do well to call on me before making antaiigcments elsewhtr
THE BENTON COUNTY
REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATION
M. S. WOODCOCK. Manager.
-a-TY jn ASSOCIATION will buy ard sell sE classes oi Real Estate on rea .-enable terms and wiilthor-
jh oughly advertise by describing; each piece of property eotrustedto it lor sale. Tha follow
.'ng pieces of "property will be sold" on extraordinarily reasonable terms:
STOCK FAUM 320 acres, about 50 in cnltiTstiora
IL6 sciet can Le t iilthutcd. to teres ot rood Ur and
csk tSsiter, tl.e balance seed ciss land. n sll etna-,
lettable Loute nil barn, it lit adj.inir.p an inx
tumiikit on lanft. s.akirg cr:t 01 the best stock;
iit(i. .). ieiitoti cennty. sittsici. atom 10 miles,
r . i'tl vi..T oi Cervallig. Trice sHCO.
FAKM A :rn of 126 certs of land attaated J
uUeiivir. Corvallis, in Usfi lexi ty.Cr. All under
llenee; to seres of rich b t tn aae in cultivation
i.i'Kt. oi good f.r, as. ard ana pie tis ter: 2 good
1 oocs : fiKid orctstds ar.d iv, d well with
.ic i.. ieiirs: sU ler acre nan ram n n
SAW MILL-Undivided J interest in a mill n r. bj
v. :itei , a g-ood planer and seven acres of lai.d uaer1
:w connection with ths mill. Fewer Msffivhr.t t iu
v 11 if tha year, situated handy to market slid v-ith.i.
about 7 milea of Corvallis with an cxceikm good
-nod to and rem it. Terms t'iv-
FVR.M Farm all umi-;r fence only 2 miles-frrn;
'(irvtUlis of 150 acres. &0i.jres now m cultivation, lb
balance of It can be cultivated; about 20 of it now In
heat with a fair house good burn and s'-"tfr
iviUbesaM at a bargain. Tenua easy.
I'AUVI Farm of 478 acres ivr less than Si
.iiro hnng one of the cheaps: m lw ain it
ileiiti... county, situated 4 mile- west 1 Monroe J .;i
a mile Irotnag-ood school, in ont of tl-v beet neig-h.
tmrhuud'. in the state with church ptiiiegw lumdy.
About KK acres in cultivation, am. over 440 can l.i
eultivtaed. All under fence, with good two str.rj
iranie house, large barn and orchard; has running
niter the vear around, and is well suited lor stH.-k
and dairy purposes. This ia one of the cheapest lamia
in the Willamette valley terms easy.
one and two Tears, secuied y
ii on iho farm.
WTV-Two unimproved lots it, Corvallis. One o
tne choicest building placea in the city lor sale eaa
ouable. AI.so four uniuioreved lots except fenc
ed in Corvallis, Or. The choicest building place is
the city for sale reasonable.
Druggist and Apothecary,
-AND DEALER IN-
paints, oiis, umm mm glass, pum, mm
SHOULDER BRACES, TOILET ARTICLES VC.
A full line ot B' oks, Stationc j and Wall Paper. Orr drugs are fredi an
well selected. Prescriptions compounded at all hourc. 19-27yl
The New Steam Yacht
.IS. "TRESSA MAY"
Is at your disposal for the season of 1885. Being
manned by careful and competent officers and crew
who will exert themselves at all times to oblige vis
itors. Chatters a Specialty. Kates reasonable.
For Urns spplv to
C APT. F. E. DODGE, Manager.
Well seasoned and in the Ware
house, a fine lot of dressed
Any party purchasing 5,000 feet
or over, may have the same at
$24.00 per M. Enquire of
T. J. BLAIR.