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VOL. XXVI. i
COKVALLIS, BENTON COUNTY, OREGON. FRIDAY, JAKUAKY 24, 1890.
for Infants and Children.
"'CaatorfaU so weU adapted to children that I Caatorls cures Colie, Constipation.
recommend it as superior to any prescription I Sour S tomach, DiarrhtEa, Eructation,
towtom..".. ttT Archer, JL D., I KUteWor ve, rieep. promote, dl
111 Bo. Oxford St., BtooUto, N. Y. Without injurious medicsWon.
Tbb Centaur Company, 77 Murray Street, K. T.
-The Niagara Lumbering COTUpany-
Desires to inform the public that it has established an extensive lumber yard
in Corvaliis, near the Oregon Pacitic depot, and is prepared to furnish all
Including Shingles and Lathes, at reasouable prices. This lumber
is the finest in Oregon, being sawed in the very heart of the Cascade
J. W. BROWN & SON, PROPS.
jESF-For particulars call on or
Corvaliis, Benton county, Oiegon.
Heal Estate Aents,
Sold $80,000 worth of property in 1S89. - C .
If you waut to sell your farms, place them with us.
We sold more farm property during 1S89 than all other agents.
We have our own teams and show property free of charge. -
JF'K you want Fire or Accident
HPOffice in Occidental Hotel block, on
MMn street, Corvaliis.
address, W. II. MILLHOLLEN, at
Insurance, call on s. ; The best
jyAH kinds of extra fine job
printing, such as Wedding Invitations
and Cards, Ball Programmes and Tick
ets; Calling Cards, etc., done in excel
lent style at The Gazette office. Call
and inspect samples of stock.
CRAIG & CONOVER, '
By the pint, Quart of bushel,
"wholesale or retail, at.the chop
house and oyster saloon near the
postoffice. Oysters served, in any
style: Meals at all hours.
executors Notice to creditors.
In the County Court of Benton County,
State of Oregon.
In the matter of the estate
James Gihgles, deed. ' '
Notice is hereby given that the under'
signed ha been duly appointed executor of
the last will and testament of James Gingles
dead, by said cottvt, and all persons having
claims against said estate are hereby notified
to present-the me for allowance duly
sertitied as requited by law, to the under
signed at my residence II mile north of
Corvaliis in Benton county, Oregon , within
sit months Of the date of this notice.
Dated January lGth, 1890.. - -
.:. I JOHN TOMUNSON, f
Executor of the last will and . testament
of James Gingles, deed. - '
All communications, etc., in
tend for publication in the Ga
zette must be sent in on or before
Wednesday evening in order to in
sure prompt attention. Corre
spondence that is not accompanied
by the writers' signatures will be
turned over to the waste basket.
Take Some. The Corvaliis street
railway; company is offering . 200
shares of the capital stock of the
company, (par value, $100), paya
blein annual installments of $10
on each share. The first install
ment is payable on March 1st, and
will be used for building the stable
and car house and purchasing hors
es, livery citizen should aid the
work by subscribing to the stock.
R. Cox, . the secretary, will receive
Already Taken. Of the 200
shares of the capital stock of the
Corvaliis street railway company,
which were offered for sale this
week, the following subscriptions
were received up to last evening:
F. M. Johnson, 5 shares, $500; A.
F. Hershner, 1, $100; J. D. Clark,
1, $100; Geo.. F. Eglin, 1. $100;
Emil Berlin, 1, $100; I). C. Rose
& Bro., 1, $100: T. Graham, 1,
$100; M. A. Canan, 1, $100.
Good. The board of directors
of the J Corvaliis street railway
met Wednesday evening and or.
dered the payment of all bills
against the company to date.
THE GllAVE GtTd TIRED YAWNING,
Seemingly, for certain wretched invalids
who toddle feebly along, though always
looking as if they were going to die, but
omitting to do it. ; They dry up, wither,
dwindle away finally, but in the meantime
never having robust health, know nothing
of the physical enjoyment, the zest of that
existence to which they cling with such re
markable tenacity. They are always to be
found trjing to mend by tinkering at them
selves with some trashy remedy, tonic, or
"pick me up" to give a fillip to digestion,
or ''help the live-." If such misguided
folks would resort and adhere to Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters it would be well with
ti:em. This superb invigorant supplies the
staiiiina that the feeble raquire, by perma
nently reinforcing digestion and assimila
tion. It overcomes nervousness, insomnia,
malaria, kidney' complaints, biliousness,
constipation, rheumatism and neuralgia.
Evangelical Church. The third quarterly
meeting will be held over Sabbath. Rev.
C. C. Poling, P. E., of the district will be
present and officiate at the following ser
vices: Quarterly conference on Saturday
at 2:30 p. m., at the Beulali chuJch; preach
ing at Evergreen Saturday evening;' at
Beulali Sunday at 10:30 a. in., and here in
Corvaliis in the evening at 7 o'clock.
T. 0. Case, on Sunday, was called to the
bedside of his mother, who has been
dangerously ill at htr home six miles south
of Lebanon in .Linn county. tie toon a
carriage for there about 7 o'clock Sunday
night. Upon his return on Tuesday he
reported her some better. ! She is also the
mother of Mrs. John C. Booth, of Saitui.
At and near the summit on the coast
range west of here snow is reported, about
three feet deep. There is but litile this
side of Harris and on the other side it does
iiot extend much below Nashville. ..
An attachment has been levied on the
building belonging to M. W. Wilkins,
where the Corvaliis market is located, by
Hartlees & Davisson for $250 and costs, etc
Several lights occurred in this city on
Wednesday night last, principally in Zise's
saloon. No arrests were made on account
of the police being asleep, it is supposed.
The Bentcn county horticultural society
will Hold their regular monthly meeting to
morrow, Jan. 25th at 1:30 p.- m.,' in their
room in the court house.
Uutq s l'orrer Had tneir new pngiue
running yesterday in the new electric light
building. It works like a "dosy.''
f . - . . . .
The first nationalist club in the state was
organized iu Corvaliis last night.
Attend the theatre next Tuesday night.
Lynwood is th e play. '
Services at the Presbyterian
church next Sabbath morning and
evening at the usnal hours
The total number of houses now
supplied by the London water
companies is 754,541.
At St. Louis the Mississippi is
3500 feet wide; at New. Orleans it
is 2500 feet wide. ; ' -
The regular meeting of the cof
fee, .club will be Jield nextIonday .k
COUNTY COURT CONTINUED.
The following is the continuation of the
proceedings of the January term of the .
In the appointing of the road supervisor
in Benton county for 18S0, the following
were named: Road district No. 1. C. M.
Vanderpool; 2, F. Voile; 3, A. F. Luther
4, Jos. Hunter; 5, Frank ' Fisher; 6, Geo.
Taylor; 7. E. Stel maker; "8,Richard Dunn;
9, Wiley Norton; 10, Chas.' Witham; 11,
Geo. Bayne; 14, Jos. Hite; 15, Gao. Dixon; '
17, J. O. Fuller; 18, Thos. Cooper; 21, T;
W. B. Smith; 22, Garrett-Long; 23, J. C.
Walker; 24, J. C. Irwine; 25, Alex Nash;
26, Thos. Thompson; 27, V.'R. Buchanan;
28, John Hamilton; 29, Wesley Hinton; 30,
Late fieukle; 32, R. J. Nichols; 33, Marion ,
Hunt; 34, B. F. Jones;. 35, Adam Rea; 36,
B. F. George; 37. E. Hartless; 38,. O. E.
Lett; 39, J. L Fuller; 40, Geo. Cross; 41, P.
H. Bowman; 42, Jos. Blej; 43, W. J. Allen;
45, Geo. W. Coilins; 46, S. V. Burt; 47, J.
Kingsley; 48, McClung; 50, J. B. Chitwood;
52, E. E. Skaggs; 53, John 3. Daly; 55, D.
P. Blue; 56, Chas. Skagge; 57, Oliver
In tiie matter of the establishment of
road district No. 57. Srjd road district
established with the following boundaries,
viz.: Beginning at south side of entrance
to Alsea bay and river; then runniug up the
Alsea bay and river to the north of Canal,
ernes; then touth t the Lane county line;
then to the Pacific ocean; then to the place
of beginning. ''
In the matter "of the" appointment of
judges and clerks of election. The follow
ing were so appointed:
Soap Creek Precinct No. 1 Judges, J. C.
Hunter, Arthur Johnson, T. M. Read;
clerks, R. E. Gibson, A. A. Tomliuson.
North Corvaliis No. 2. Judges J. A.
Knight, A. M. Witham, L. A. Toud; clerks,
15. W. Johnson, Jaa. Os'lium.
Willamette No. 3. Judges, McCanley
Porter, Wm. P. Irwin, W. W. Starr; clerks,
Jaa. Bruce, J. P. McBee.
Monroe No. 4. 'Judges, V; J. . Kelley,
R. A. Belknap, I. W. Porter; clerks. V. W.
Starr. Gno. Thompson.
King's Valley. No. 5. Judges Samtfel
Frantz, Hiram Wood, Jas. Plunket; clerks,
Harvey Chambers, V. Wilcocks.
Alsea, No. 6. Judges.'-E. Cries, J. G.
Clark, P. J . Malone; clerks, Willis Vidito,
J. A. O'elsby.
Summit, No. 7. Judgps, Morgan Savage,
Jas. Skates, J is. Hamar; clerks, J. L,
Crain, Claude AVarren.
Newport, No. 8. Judges, Sam'l Case, E.
Wrarren. L. E. Davis; clerks, R. A. Bengali,
W. P. Stitt.
South Corvalli.", No. 9. Judges, David
King, Geo. Korthauer. F. A. Horning;
clerks, Z. H. Davis, Thos. Samuels.
Philomath, No. 10. Judges, Samuel Mc
Iain, W. T. Bryan," E. Dixon; clerks, J.
L. Aikin, E. L. Bryan.
Elk City, No. 11. Judges, A. F. Simp
son, J. 11. Blair, (J. li. Mays; clerks, E. M.
ilays, M. L. frapp.
Turn Turn, No. 12. Judges, Geo. Cross,
J. Vantis, H. Harrison; clerks, Prickett,
Lower Alsea, No. 13. J. M. Collins, J,
Holgate, D. II. Williams; clerks, E. H.
Baldwin, W. II. Harrison.
Toledo, No. 14. Judges, A, P.. Butler,
Thos. Horning, Clark Copeland; clerks, O.
Altrco, Geo. Rnsebrook.
Tidewater, No. 15. Judges, J.- H. Mc
Cormack, Peter Hoover, R. S. Barclay;
clerks, I. K. Cant, Counsil.
Ytquina, No. 16. J. Allen Parker, J. H.
Russell, J. M. Nolan; clerks, W. H.
I'arker, Geo. King.
Little 'Elk, No. 17. Judges, J. G. Mc
Carty, L. W. Hunt, L. F. Pepin; clerks, A.
L. Porter. J. P. Chitwood. ;
Lobster, No. 18. Judges, B. F. Brattain,
M. W. Wilkinson, A. Peak; clerks, Geo.
Peak, M. Taylor.
Wren, No. 19. Judges, E. Johnson, H.
P. Hatais, Chas. King; clerks, Frank Wil
liams, John McGee.
Fairmonnt, No, , 20. Judges, William
Peacock, A. M. Rainwater, J. H, Rothell;
clerks, J. M. Risley, V. H. Hwlman.
' Big Eik, No. 21--Judges. L. W. Mulva
ney, R. I. Feagles, 'W. V. January; clerks,
J. L. Haslan, Freeman Bevins. .-.'
In the matter of the establishment of
election . precinct No. 21 (Big Elk) it was
ordered by the court that such precinct No.
21 be established, with voting place to be
at school house in said precinct.
In the matter of proposed county road
leading from a point at the northeast corner
of F. Voile's farm, Benton county, to a
poiiit on the county road known as the Cor
valiis and Albany road at intersection of
another road. After carefully considering
the matter the court ordered that the
prayer of the petition be not granted.
If yon want a sure thing, invest now in
Schenck's' addition to Astoria, and double
your money iu less than twelve months.
Only one hundred lots on sale. Positively
withdrawn the first of .February. See the
plat at flartless & Davisson's office.
Lots in Schenck's addition to Astoria can
be had only at Hartless & Davisson's office.
Time is limited. Call early if you waut
good thing; t : ' '..' :' '
Children Cry tot,
. - Pitcher's Castorla.