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CORVALLIS, OREGON, NOVEMBER 6, 1885.
Published every Friday Morning
BY Mill'. PJ3l!lHNiH3J3E.
(Payable in Advance.)
Six Months 1 "
Miree M..nths 1 00
Hiilirle Copies !0r
Tor Year (when not. pai l in advonce) 3 00
All notice? ail a lvertUe nent-i intended for pub
ati a i ji i ll 1 :i hvile I in by noon on Wednesdays
Rates of advertising: made known on application.
to prevent immigration of persons cl aiming hopeful outlook, there are foot-notes an 1
that their reli.iiu tea-'iesail justifies the pcKtscripts speaking ibcfcfeotaBy f the corn
crime of polygamy, as this would cut olf the merei il status of tin; various oeigMoiood..
...,...., ..f .. t.. tlu Mi.rimin I. is the belief of the bust minds i i VVash-
eh u rch.
the inui who tried to kill
The latest election 9rsj from the r
are to the eff et that New York a i I Vir
ginia have gone ileinneratic, and Massachu
setts, Pennsylvania, Iowa, Illinois and Ne
braska republican by the usual m jorities.
It is estimated tht the de:rease in the
public debt during October will am mut to
The new lighthouse steam -r Midrona h is
sailed from the east, with a cargo of light
house supplies for California and Oregon.
It is thought the president's forthcoming
message will take very strong gron ml against
the coinage of silver He will eixlorse the
views of Manning and Jordan.
Commissi ner Sparks, of the land office
has rendered a decisi in in regard t the At
lantic & PiciHeroil, which wipes out their
lan I grant, stretching ' mm San Buenaven
tura to San Francisco, a distance of U80
Wilkes county, 6s. is greatly excited ov
er the discovery of $20,003 in silver coin on
the plantation of John Chen mlt. It revive
the story of a confederate treasury train
which was robbed near that place.
The postotfice department has 1 an ed that
Bowers, recently appointed postmaster at
Chico, Cal.. imp we 1 upon the appointing
power, by sending a long list of signature
that he had cut from an old petition. Bow
ers has been suspended.
Ferdinand W.-.ril, Grant's swindling part
ner, w is sentenced by Ju le B urett, of
New y t.v, to fn years in the state prison.
The prisoner c une into court smiling, and
received the judge's scathing s -licence in a
half indolent manner. He was taken to the
Sing .'ini orison .
Oeorge S ins nars. Sr., uroprietor of the
Rs sia ir n mills at N ilej, (' lio, has made
an assin n ut. The pcmcioal creditors are
the em d y.;3. 200 in iium'ier. Iu the eve
ning nietl a. id w uneu gathere 1 around t e
works and dein in le I uioney or bread for
their little ones. A riot was feare 1, but la
ter the crowd dispersed.
The old right between the New York Tri
liune and the typographical union is ended
at last. The Tribune remains out, of the
union, but agrees to advance the price of
type-setting to forty-six cents per thousand
ems. Aftei wards Whit-Jaw R.'id addressed
his employes and said that in const leration
of their splendid loyalty, he should do more
than the union had tke I or hid igreed so
to do a vear ago. He therefore advanced the
price piece composition almve lie union
scale, to forty-seven cents pr l'tOO.
The statement that a loan h id been
offered by the Cmaliau Pacific with Caring
Brothers, u! though 4eaie 1 by the Canalian
Pacili; officials, is believed to be well fouud
B iring Brothers are tin uicia agents of
the Giand Trunk conip n,y, an I the securi
ties of the two roa Is seem to be gutting in
to the same hands. Many rumors are afloat
in eastern cities ah iut these companies, and
their amalgamation is freely talked of. One
rumor h is it that-J'srph H cks ui will soon
leave Canada an I tike the presidency of
the Gran 1 Trunk c .ii,iuiy in England, and
on the am ilg un itio.i of th j two companies
will leco:ne presi lent of the ertire system.
It is further said that there will be an exe
smtive hoard of the combined companies m
vCanada, smlth-i dominion government i.l
take control of the two rai w iys, with an
The Ut ih commission has submitted its
annual report to the secretary of the rate
ior. Itsiys that at the last election no per
son living iu polygamy was allow el to vo'e
nor was uiy such ,a per am elected to office.
There h .ve been very few poiyyam u m
riages during the year, but this is rfuj to
the enforcement of the law, not to any de
cided change of feeling. A firm attitude of
the government, and faithful execution of
the law, sustaine I by public sentiment, have
exerted in th-i past ye ir a regressive iutin
ence up m the M arm hi people never before
experienced by them since their establish
ment in Utah. The commission recomm :n Is
that the term of imprison. naut for unlawful
Cohabitation be ex teude 1 to at least two
years for the first and three years for the
second offense; that all persons ie exclu led
by law from making location or settlement
upon any part of the laud of the United
States who shall refuse on demand to take-
oath before a proper ffi -er of the land om,e
that he (if a man) does not cohabit with
more than one worn m in cue in image rela
tion, and will s-ipp irt the laws of the Uni
ted States, (or if a worn in,) that she does
put cohabit with a man h ifing more than
one living and unlivorcd wife; that the
laws with reference to the immigration of
Chinese and importation of cou tract labor
ers, paupers and criminals be so amended as
Rev. Mr. T mnant died at, Evansville,
Ark., on the 2nd inst., aged 115. He was
the olilest minister iu the Uoi ed States,
and had preached ninety years.
The severest wind and rain storm expen- j
meed iu in my years prevailed iu Butou on
last Tuesday, B 1 along shore. Tne h irbor
was tossed into immense biilows. Nil n-.r-ous
vessels lying at the piers dragged their
anchors, an 1 several of the n were badiy
damaged by behind ished together oraraiust
docks. So far as ascertained, no lives Were
An official statement of the boar I -.f trade.
shows the amount i f traiti in sight in the
United States and Canada on Octolier 31, j
and the amount of increase or decrease over
the preceding week: Wheat. 51.702.:25o, an
increase of 2,016.031; corn, 4,(4,343. a de
cr-aseof 332.335; oits, 3,.i2, 120. adecrea-e
of 440,116; ry. 551.111, a decrease of 43,
907; bar.ey, 1,967,203, an increase of 417,
048. The Tribune has the following: At ti e
Fanner's Loan and Trust company's office
it was said that the ex let am mat of th
N'orthern Pacific nilroil an 1 Oregon Rail
way and N ivigation company stocks ''called"
ao'ler the Oregon & Traiujoutiii ;ntal loan
could not be state I until the figures bad
iieeir proved. It is un lerstoo 1 th it in round)
numbers 2S.00O shales of Northern l'acitie
pnfeired, 25,000 shares of common and
5,510 shares of Oregon Railway and N iviga
tioii company's stocks werj taken. II -ports
were to t!ia ed'ect that th lenders
iere entitled to '"c til" 3J.03J of each of the
Northern Paciric and 5.25J shires of th;
Oregon B il way and Xavig itioii stock. Tiie
exercise of the privilege will redo :e the un
file led debt of the Oregon S Troscon tiuen -til
company by about $2,575,000. Nego'i
ations for sanding the balance of the ioaa,
which matures at the end of the year,, iiil
be undertaken at once.
ingtou that, unless some very foolish legis a
tion is indulged in 1m Congress, we shall en
ter upon an era of prosperity with the new
year such as has not been experienced with
in the past decade.
At a conference at the navy department
b -tween Secretary Whitney, the chi.-fs of ! investments to the Unite I St ites.
Mattel, the man
Frevcinet, French minister of foiei
has been declared insane.
DeLesseps h is applied to the French gov
eminent for permission to issue new Paitauu
canal bonds to the am mnt of 120,003,00
So great is t'l : depression in the flax
spinning industry of England ta it a numb. :
of c ipil -ilists h ive deci le I to transfer theii
the bureau of steam iiginiering and of con
struction and ! pair, and nien.bers of the
ua.al advij..ry board, the p'an for comrle
tiou of the unfinished cruisers Chicago,
Boston ami Atlanta was arrai ged and de
cided upon. Work on the Ve sels wi.l b&
con;iu le I at t'l y ir Is w l -r : th iy u .v lis,
bv the bureau of st'-am engineering and the
bureau if construction ml rep.ir, and they
will be ir th s une reliti m to th i govern
m cot as the origin J contractors did. The
Imreius will be held responsible f..r what is
done. Work wi.l In cehdnctetl under dl
r:ction of offi-eis representing the bureaus.
The n iv il a U-is iry b tr I ari.l have its rep
resentatives at the yards, who wiil super
vise all the work and material as formerly.
If any ch tuges ir m idiricati his iu the origi
u d plans are deemed necessary the same
course vill be pursue I as before the govern
ment took charge.
an 1 fourteen British
jissned a manifesto de
ation. Tae m mifesto
an th it the Catholics
Catholic iiilhops has
liounciug mixed e la;
is tSoiisi lered to iu
should -vote or feiryaudyatesjn the
inV geijral eleciia.
Great ex dte ne it prevai'ed in the Mexi
can congra s Fa lay, when live liberal opiio
sition deputies presented a proposition in
winch so;cilic ir c n of impeach, nent of
ex presi lent li inz ties fur misuse of the pub
lic f ulls wis Ira.va u . Tie home wis ti
n ally declare I a Ij lUi-ned, without action.
MISSEL LAXL'O C-S OA BDii.
M. S. W03DC0CX,
A-ttornev " at - Taw,
J R BALDWIN,
Attovupv nt Law
Collections promptly attended to
(Office fei Pwtoffice Lui'diny )
Corvallis, . - - Oregon.
are is Csrd, Prora ji i.-e-, Hall Tickets, jtute, v ruer.
. i aim ti.ccci,t noons, circular.--, ijitijt.i. .-i t'C'iij,
un Itrr I ;( 'iajrjl i,Httsr3. or ;i 1 v etass ot Jo I'riutui.
THIS OTTT, an'l return to
The uazeUe . u tltshinf; Hm-e with an order far
any aumunt o; J.l t'lntii'u:. sucu as or
. e.tr iicaas, invitatious, i
;i i y
i low a.s Ooud oru
can be done for.
13. EJ. 03LS3V H(H:.X3.!
Total coinage executed at toe mints dur
ing October was $5 -252,908. of which 2,
500,000 was standard dollars.
The public debt statement issue I recently
shows a decrease of the debt duriuo October
of .$13,270, "74.
Nothing is known at the interior depart,
meiit iu reference to the reported move
ment of the bo,,iners" into the Indian ter
ritory, further th in the information contain
ed iii a telegr m from Commissioner P tkin
son, now at Fort Reno, to the effect that a
very large number of people a-e Slid to be
grazing cattle now upon Okl ih nna lands.
Tiie (iu irterm aster-general; in his animal
report, siys the n-jceaaity of ass mbliiig
troops at. the larger and more permanent
posts near In liau reservations, and iu prox
imity to the great strategic points of the
country adjacent to its puLlic reservations,
harbors and p irts, is beeomiu daily more
and more apparent. He urges that troops
garrisoned in casern ited forts be kept iu
barracks ill time of pe ice, for sanitary rea
SMBS, and says barrae is saou.d be built at
The commissioner of education has in
formed the secretary of the interior til; t i e
has been dilli cent ill en leavorius! to perfect
arrangements for the educition of children
of school age iu Alas-La. without reference
to rice. Two schools h ive been established
one at Sitka au I one at Juneau, and reports
received in licit; favorable progress. He
recommends she establish nent of schools it
Fort Wrangle, J ickson, Boyd, Fort Yukon
and Kuskok.i in, and additional schools it
Stkianl at Ju lean. The recommenda
tions have been auuroved by thu secretaiy.
Where h -r.ay be fQUnd day or nicht. Dr. Case is j
a graduate tA -sew V,.r.; city, anj uoai ?s to tais euast f
li-oui l ie easi wu-re its ,ias na i severs ye-rs exjieri-
euee aiwsig Ehesic. 11 is manners treatment is up-1
on til : liio.t uloaera a:ia occti-ie pniiei,ies oi meai
cine. faul.t- p.ii rona ;e respect. unv sniicited.
Real Estate Agency.
A . P. Ciainers.
Real Kstate, Ijinp;u incut .and -ollectiou
Ah E lglislim in with a Chinese wife and
six children, arrived it Sin Francisco by the
a fr,..., H .o r Ko . r ,, Fri lav. I '" a" tl,H Oonrts ill the state.
He attein ite I to bring his wife an 1 children
as. tore, out was siopje.i oy me cusioius au- j
tho ities. He clai ned to be en mute for
Victoria, an 1 was force 1 to apply to the j
C.iiiese consul f.r a transport certificate.
The gran ! j try at Seattle h is been rccon- j
vene I, and there is much speculation there
is to the tibj ic:.. It i state I th it certain
'leaders" of the so-c died labor lelgu
likely to b; i i dieted an I prosecuted
the civil rights law. The grand jury have
a number of witnesses, who will swear as to
personal iu timid ition. Th; treaty is con
strae I aieoaiva'.eat to the law of the land.
S the district attorney will hold, and each j
and every United Stales n fHcer in lhe civil j. (0dice over Carlile's Store.
service wi 1 so enforce the iaw. Some start
ling developments may be expected at no
very distant day.
The Seattle jury iu the case of the United
S ates against Perry Bayne, after being "Ut
thirty minutes retur.ie I a verdict of ",iot
guilty." Biyue is o.is of the. seven men
ivho ware indicted for murder in the tirot
degree, two Cii iu;inien na iug been killed re
cently at Sqnak. There is great rejoicing
over the verdict, and the streets were Ulled
vith ueoiile congratulating each nth r over
the same. Is is c aimed that the task of!
acijui.iig the remaining Sipiak alleged'
murder ;ri will bean eas on.
Brads reet's m ;rc antile agency reports
ninety-o le fai'n e i iu Pacific co .st statt s ami
territores iu Oc.nl r. Assets. 5S,(JCC; li j
abilities, S 'J i.OJJ Out of the total nuaii-j
oer ot failures, Ualltornia ii is seve.iti -live,
iVashingtou territory six, Or'-g u six, Ne
vada two and Ariz ma two.
What is pronounced by practical miners
to be the most promising find yet made iu
the Colvill j district are the discoveries of
W. B. Cable and tt. W. Chilson, on the
Coin ulna river, three iniies ab ive Six Mile
bar, in solid limesto ic clllft. Tiie le.lge con
tains masses of galena and yellow an-! green
chlorides th it characterize the Old D min
imi. Tile le Ige shows for 4'JOO feet. The
pro er y his already been bonded by R. V.
i 'hilsnu. discoverer of the Casa Grande dis
trict, Ariz ma. He ii is been in that district
but four weeks.
On the m rtun of the third inst a party
in charge of Paul ilohr started from Cheney
to survey the line for a railroad from Cheney
to Farmingtim. Io is thought that this
We will inaugurate on Saturday, October 3Jst, a Special Clothiu,
Sale of , . . x.'
Intending purchasers of warm garments are respectfully requested
to call and take a look through. The subjoined list will give but a
remote idea of the bargains I have secured for this important sale:
10 Mens Heavy Cassimere suits at J 6. 50, worth 8 50.
10 Mens Oregon City suits at S12.50. worth Ifid.OO.
1) Mens tine biiick dress suits at 15 00, worth 20.00. . . .. .
20 pair assorted c e-sinieie pants, big drive.
10 boys suits 12 to 16 years at S5 00, worth 7 0 X
20 heavy J.wie suits 6 to 12 years at $3.50. See them. ?--;. "
10 Mens heavy overcoats at S3 00. So.d s.ine last year at 8.-50 .
24 M ois duck vests, blanket lined at 90c, worth 1 50. t, .
30 Boys Cassiniere vets at 50c, some worth i.50.
24 p lir Mens black rubber leggins at 75e. ... . . ..
24 suits reil flannel mid -rwear at 2.50 a suit.
12 Mens long black rubber coats at 1.75, worth 3.00.
24 Mens heavy mixed undershirts at 40c.
24 doz 3 ply linen collars at $1.00 per doz.
A lot of boys and childrens overcoats at a Big. Discount.
A lot of mens odd coats at nearly half price.
: All of Uie above are a Special ' '"
URCHASE AT A BANKRUPT SALE.
And will be kept apart from our regular stock for 30 days.
"'. Each garment marked in Red Figures, from
which there will be no deviation.
Pirstafoor aauth of rasher's irick, main
lis ons .lOM
In tie Circuit Court of the btatc of Oregan for Ben
G. W. ROSS. Plain. iC,
JACOB .1. FENOYEll )
wo k is being urge I on account of the iui
President Cieveian I nas ni.iicate.i some- r f , t ft ,rriH.i
t ie O R. & N., w.iich after ths coust.-uct-ti
au of the road sill g eist via Cheney.
Hon. i. Meyer Zilic't took the oi hof
o35 ; i as guvornar of Arizona lutTucs-liy
eircning. Ch ef Justice Hj.faid a luiiuis
tj ug lie oath.
A Taco n i dispatch of the 3rd inst. says:
Tiiis being tae time set for Chinese leaviajj.
at 9.3J A. .VI, it a signal sjiven in my hun
dred chue il c mge gated, m arching iju e Iy
aio.ig tiie streets to Chinese houses request
lug the occupants to pack their goods and
leiye. The request was compile I with. By
5 P. M. the goods ware pickjl, loa led on
drays and Chinese were marching alongsi-U-loaded
wagons, en route u Likeview, nine
miles south of h re. Chinese merchants
were given time till morning to pacit their
goods, the stores being allowed three assis
tants there. 0:ie hundred aiid ninety-seven
Chinese reached La'teview, about 7 P. M.
and camped iu vacant homes. It is not
known wnether they will take the in irniug
train for Portland, but prob.ibly will.
M ny Chinese are walking south on the
riiiroiil trick. Citueui seat" out to th
C nnese pr.ivisions to last till morning. No
triable iicc.ine I, order prevail d, and every
thing wis quietly consummated. No harsh
language was nse-1 during the proceeding
an I the Chinamen quietly left. Wnen tht
present anti-Chiue-ie excitement begau here
S-.CHSiMJZZLHLOACi: SHOT 8UKS
Uiii s, P'slols,
Amatiition C'i lTy,
Spy Glasses, Fisliint; Tackle,
Work made to order an. 1 warranted.
20-33tf c. MODES, Corvaills.
Win. Hartless has ten extra fiqe Oxford
bucks for sale at reason hie rices.
CORVALLIS, - OREGON.
Jamer; L. Levis.
Xi3DT), Ca;t'.e, Hones ard Hogs booght a &
soil anl 3jit?Mi3 mh ti fvr.sa sani3
AT A f j I , T'IMKS.
Mutton, Beef and fat Hcgs a
thing 01 his ilea of thetari.F. It wis in a
conversation the other day with an iu i n t
friend, who lias communicated tl e point.
He said that he wa3 against the rat.ti
cation of the reciprocity treatx wi.h .W-.no
n l ii fact, again -t ad reci , rocity treaties,
bee lusc they were inteude I only for ait tic
id y stimulating; trade. He is for a fr e-rtw-
naterial tariff bill, an I thinks raw m -teria.s
should be admitted to this country
free no u all North Anierie.ii coun ries. Iu
Ins message to 'o iress he will speak t:.ese
s iuumenrs. He thinks that the real way
to ded with the tariff is by direct laws, as
we have now, and that treaties ire invasions
which should n it be resorted to in this age
of modern legislati in. It is said th it fre -ideiit
C.eceland 13 sjuiewhat of a protec
tionist. As iuti nated several days ago, reports are
beiu received in Washington daily from all
parts of the country indiciting a very pros
perous outlook for the business iuteriscs.
People are paying their dtbts and lhe mer
chants are buying largely of g aids and have
money to liquidate their obligations. The
crops are large and the quality excellent,
a ,d pri :es are better than for a f ' years
past. iaese as teiuenis are oorue out ny
the statistices officially re.-eived at the Ag
ricultural Department. A gentleman con
nected with the Department of Agncultu e
says that in very mauy of the reports re-
To Jacol A. Kenoycr and Sarah E. Kcnoyer the
a'eove nauiud defendants; in the name oltiie btute of
L?rejfj you are hereby summoned and required
appear and an wer the co i plaint of plaintiff now on
Jilu with the clerk of the abovj entitled court against
you in this suit on or before the fir.it day f the next
rular term of aid court it beinf the 16th day of
j :ovembc;r, ISbo, and you are hereby notifijd that it
j you a.il to aiiaWtrsai- conqj'aint aei required herein.
said plaintiff wiUaf ply to the eoart ro the rdiei
rayed for in -aid complaint to-wit: a decree against
you for the sum of 400 dollars together w;tu interest
the -eon -at tiie ratj o. eiut preunt. ier aiinuin irom
the 5tli day Oi November, ids, and for the ioreeio -ure
of the mortgage mcnt,:juied i i said c inplaiiit and
to -eeu. e tiie payment of said sum or 400 an 1 intLr-e-t
a;, aforesaid, upon the billowing1 deerihed prcr-i-Mcs
iii-ijiiininpr at a po'.nt in the center of Marys river
due eaat of t-ie jorthca-t comer of Jackson link's
l&ttj claim, tnenee west t a leaning oak tree about
one foot thrown on the top or the hiil ubt ut one rod
east of t!ie pite on tiie line hetu-eeti U. W, lloss and
iackotiu Z.iik, tenue eaot of iiWth to a point five roda
north ol a lone iir tiee, (the point n.e. ironed here i.
j.out due west from tiie road passing J. S. Felgar'rf
Jw&lling house.) thence running1 eaot t tiie center oJ
Marvs river, theiue south d -wn aioiig Mar s r.vcr t
ciie plaeoof beginning, containing is acres more or
.ess. AUo lot No. 2 in Section 10, TnwUjl.ip 12
outh of range U west oi the Ulamette merid.an arn.
contain .2 and "iT-iOO acres, ail situated in Uenton
county, UregoB, and for tiie coots and disbursenient
u this suit and for ueh other and further relief as
ay be quitahle and just.
This summons is itiibdhed bv order of the Hon. li.
-S. llean. Judge of said court which bears dae ol Sep
.emher -30th. iSo5.
J. W. UAYBUKN,
122107t Attorney for Kainliff.
ts . mm m e a.-9g'
Clothiriy: and. Tailoring
l4l rn iDor ixi m j
You car. find the latest styles of ready made
clothing, also the finest
Pants Patterns ard Suitings
Ever brought to Corvallis.
HEADY MADE CLOTHING
PIIKSSFD TO ORDER.
Constantly on huml a full line of
Furnishing Goods, Underwear,
Shirts, Neckties, &c., &c
CALL AND EXAMINE MY STOCK.
No trouble to show goods.
Two doors South of Will firo.'s.
COM' ALUS. - - - - 0KFG"ni
FOR SALK AT THIS OFFICE
Real Estate Agency!
C0RVALU3 'RE iO
ccired telling of the splendid crops, and tbe Tacoina.
six weeks ago there were 7di) Ubiuanien iu
Real K-tate Agents, will Imy, sell, or
lease farms or farm pmuerty on
Having ina'le arrangenieuts for co-operation
with agents iu Portland. anJ lieina ful
ly acquainted with real property in Beut. n
county, we feel assure.l of giving entire sat
isfaction to all who may favor us with tiieir
latroaie. ti. A. Waugonek.
20-livl T. J. Br ford,
GREAT N3RTHW-.ST.kN REMFDY.
J ho -e w ni wfr.t e .ny and iato nejj a wi.ol i-oire
rjlia-Ie Medleine like Pftinder's Orcyron Kloil
Purifii-r. As a rjmedy and rjventalivu of disease
t can no', be Ve it. It ehec'i ttheumatism and Ma.; -ria,
relieves n.iLtiat on, ty.ie-sia and Billiousness
ati l puts fresh entry twto tUe syste :i 5 y making
Nt:Wr, KICK iU AU DrugirUU and d.alers
keen it. $t.00 bofJes, 6 for f5. 00. i2U0m
NDT10; FJR PJSLiCATiO
LandOlIice at Oregon City, Ogn., Sept. 1G.13S5.
Notice is hrby j;iven t. at the following' named
settler lias filed not ce ol his intention to make final
proof in su;ijort of his claim, an :i t:.at said proi-f will
be made b-lore the County Judge or l ounty Cltrk of
ijeiit:n county at 'o; val!is, Oregon, on Wednacday,
Xov. 4, 185, viz; James ilerren, homest- ad entry io
1300 for the S 1-2 of s E 1-4, N K 1-4 of y E 1-4 and
a ii 1-4 of N B 1-4 of See. 12, T. 10, S.R.7 W.
He names the fo!l winr witnes--ics to prove his con
tinuous residence u;ion and cultivation of said land
viz: James M Town end, Kmil Seifcrt, Wm. Herron
anrl itiehard Seifert, ail o: Kings Valley, Lienton
-ounti', Oregon .
L. T. BAR IX,
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable,
New barn, new buggies, carriages,
and every thing else new and
first-class in all respects.
Special Action Sira Transisnt Stock.
Good Saddle Horses.
cPrices Eeaxon; "ble.
(Secoml Street. )
Is hereby given by the undersiimed Administrator
f the estate of Smiley Carter deeeased, that hj has
iled his aeeounts ior a final settle. Ujnt oi" said tnut
in the County Court of the State of Oregon ior
euton tounty, and that Mouday tbe 1-ith day of .
ovember I8i6, at tiie "uour of 10 o'cioek in tiie lore- !
loon of said day is the time fixed by said court to
.xaniine the s-ameanJ hear objections thereto.
Administrator of the estate ox bmiley Carter, de- .
j ased. t
Uated this 16th day of Octobsr 13S5.
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