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THE BENTON DEMOCRAT.
VoVfJCIAfr PAPER FOB BENTON COUJiTT.
SATURDAY,
DEO. 28.
" The officio of the Bbxtoh Temo
ckat has Jbeetr removed to the M Odn
eal ba"ilding.". two doors "north of the
Temple of Justiee, on Thn-d street '
; v : railroad smash-tjjy
The' northward' bound express train
experienced considerable difficalty, . on
Tuesday last between, Roseburg and
, Urpgswell. a few mpes aWve "Eugene
by auoountering several land slides, and
was delayed until a gang of Chinamen
could clear the way. J t arrived at Cresr
well 8i3f Uours behind time, and thiol r
ing all danger passed, started at full
speed. A few jnflcs-bejow the latter
atatfop, the timbers of a cattle guard
bad been washed oat, leaving the rails
undisturbed. The Joppjuotive, tender,
express car and one coach "jumped"
the guard, sticking to the track, but the
second poach went off, and affpr run
n'wg two lengths on tho ties, tumbled
down an embankment. This poach con
tained about twenty-five passengers,
about sixteen of whom, " wpre more or
less iniund- Among the seriously
wounded ' arpKa. Mr. Thompson, tf
Brownsville ; J. McDonald, Mr. Rogers,
gepator Hoult, of llaprjsbHrg 5 Mr.
gmitb, D. McKinney, Thos, Connoly,
and Charles Pond, rpad raastpr. The
Joomotive and tendep weye disabled ;
but, after some repairs, the train pro
ceeded slowly td Eugene, whore the
wounded, paengcrs were promptly
pared for, and a locomotive telegraphed
for from junctiou. . The train arrived
at Portland, on Wednesday at 11
o'clock, eighteen bturs behind time.
No censure is attached to any f the
employes on the road, as the accident
was unforeseen., aptf attributable- tp thp
ate storm. ;
What They paQYE.-rTbe returns o
' .Je Presidential elepfjon jn lbjs ptate
show that Burnett rppejyed, at the June
election, 499 more votes than Grant
did in November. An examination of
(,he returns proves, beyond doubt, that
the charges of. fraud, made by the
Pcmocratic papers, are true ; and that
J'pliri Burnett had a majority of at least
00 of the legal rotes of this State at
r' c June plecUpp. In all of the counties
not affected by therailroad influence
and Ben. Hojladay's money, Grant re
ceived as large a vjjtp,.and in many in
stances a larger vote, than did Wlm
t .Tone election: and no doubt
polled the full strength: of the Bepubli
can party in Oregon.
Important Decision.tJ udgc Bon
ham has rendered a decisich that the
act of Congress, granting the swamp
apd , overflowed Japds of. Oregon to tne
State, vested the title in the State ; and
Fnat Us right to them wag. "nflt forfeited
by the failure of the State to survey
and list- them- , . -- . .- f r
Hxt.f-Sheet. In "consequence of
the removal of our office, the consc
quegt disarrangement of material, and
Christmas coming upon us at the same
time, we are compelled f.o issue but a
half sheet this week. Next week we
will commence the New Year in gpod
The Bibd has Flown. Ben. Hoi
laday, for whose arrest, papers have
been in the hands of an officer for some
time, said officer being unable to get
- service, left lloseburg, early one morn
ing last week, for California.
ITkfortcnate. The entire manu
scripts, proofs and printed sheets of the
Orecon Diiectory, in course ot prepa
ration by S, J. ifcCorjickand J. Mor
timer Murphy, were destroyed by the
late fire in Portland.
SmallPox. A number of Toledo
medical students -f stole, for dissection,
the bdy of, a person.; fffao dd with the
small-pox, and . the disease was thus
spread throughout the cjjy. ? Many
have died. ... . . ....
JcE.s-rThe upper Columbia was bq
filled with ice this week that the One
onU 'was-unable to reach the Cascades
untjl Thursday last. - r - - vl '
5EABLY j THREE BJCKS pCPfEJ.
IflES ESTIMATED - AT
frMO.OOO.
About half pasf nine o'clock ;on Sun
day morning last, a fire broke out in
Portland, on the levee side of Iront
atreetnear Morrison which, consumed
die two blocks lying between Morrison
and.Whgton,.on tbitf sde of $Wt
street, and half of the bltck on the
west side f Front, between Morrison
and Alder streets: .Every effort was
made by the efficient -Eh Department
of that city; but not until this 'district
had ibeen' onsumed" vcre the;gal-
lant firemen able to stop the march
of the desolating demon. About noon,
a panic sieved, the people, who,, with the
calamities of Chicago and Boston so
fresh in their memories, seemed, to fear
that their happy little city was about to
share a similar fate. Assistance was tel-
eraphed for to Oregon City, Vancouver,
Salpm, Alhany and Eugene. As soon
1 . 1
as it was possible, engines arnvea
from the four first meutioned places, and
rendered valuable aid. Business houses
in the vicinity of the fire were soon
cleared of their stocks, and preparations
made for a general conflagration j but
at about two pclopk, 0.9 Sunday" after
noon, the fire was got' under control.
and confined to the district already do
scribed. The heaviest losers are S.J.
McCormick, W. Currier $c Son, Wood-
ard & Co., J. B. Congrp, 4- G. Walling
B. L. Stone and II, W. Gorbett. The
Occidental, St. : Charles, International
and American Exchange au,d Post
office bujdipg narrowly escaped de
struction, afid were saved only by the
well directed streams, of- the engines.
This is by far th,e most - disastrous fire
that has ever visited Portland, and
should at once arouse its citizens to the
importance ' of the organization of; a
more efficient system of protection, both
bv an increasp'iu the number of engines
and a more I adequate 1 "PHpply of wafer.
Much praise is begowed. upon the uero
ic efforts of Portland firemen, and sin
cere gratitude expressed for the prompt
mid emcient aid renoerea Dy nremen
from abroad. An explosion oppurped in
he basement of Woodard'a drug store,
and a number of firemen were seriously
injured by the fajjing walls.- Robert
Holman, ex-Chief Engineer ; J. F, Gal
lagher, Foreman of No. 4 ; John Moore
Sam Allen, E J. Porter and Thomas
Ryan were seriously, if not fatally hurt.
We trust that such precautious may
now be ta&en i&at WP jnay never ssf""
be called upon to chronicle Buch a dis
astrous cyent.
The footings of the vote cast in all
the States in the repent Presidential
election giyp Qrapt 3,$97,7?1 ) tQeley
g,856,832. Grant's majority, 740,928.
The total vote is 6,444,604, agaiust
716,7S8 mtbPyear 1SQ,- .
- r .. -., "
The TBiBtTNE. VVm. Qrton has re
sold to Whitclaw Reid , fifty shares of
thp stock of the. Tribune Association,
retaining but one share himself. The
latter will undonbtpdly PPW continue
the editorial management ot me paper,
Robbed. The railroad offce at Or
egon City, was robbed the other night.
of all its loose cash and the ticket case.
The ticket case and a large number of
tickets were found on the bluff on the
following morning. ' ' '
DIED.
In this city, on aaturday, December 14,
18G2, after a long and painful ltfifess, Wffi
wilfe
se 01 vy1'8 A .eefs..
SANTA PLAUS! SANTA CLAUI
to?s : TOYS ! Toys 1
CHRISTMAS GOODS
filFTS FOR ALU
JUST BEG Ely EP t
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF CK0CL E?SKS,
; STATIONEfiY,
G I FT 3 O OK S
for tljp Holidays,
,"! .-..rr'Atrr ' . f""'''.
E. Q, 3ttcCANpLISH & CO.'S,
y- roSTOFFICE.
December 13, 1872. 2:31 w5
' JOHN BOS WELL, M. D
PHYSI CI AN All D' SURGEON
j " CORVAI.LIS. , . ;
WU1 attend promptly to all calU in the
- liijeftf UU proos8ion, -;
ptOet at graha'n Jfc Bayleyprus Store.
Resioesck. Sonthwest-corner of second
1 iJftpWnorthtCoitllQe A
October 23, 1S72. 2:27tf
DR. D. S. STRTTKER,
DENTIST, '
OPPOSITE. THE POST OFFICE,
At the Stand fonnerlyoecupled by Pr,
Vm Tti.lrllo . . ...
gQKVALIS, QREQQ.
! fW AVL TTwk : Warranted.3
:2.22tf
' -L. FOLE1F, M. D., " :
PHYSICIAN AND SURQEON,
1 , . .. . OFFICE at .. .,. .
; Graham's Drug1 Store,
2:I5yl CORVALLIS.
R. S, STR AHAN,
.- AttarGU af Laic, - :
, 00RYALLIS, OREGON.
0-Oftici corner 3d and Monroe Streets.
r- .-, 4matf.
A. CHtKOWITB,
Corvallis. .
I. K. SMITH.
.l.iftnCo..,
" CHEN0WET9 & SMITH.
ATTORNEiS-Ar-tAW.
ejrOFFicE at the Court House.
',CVV- FITCH,
ATTORNEY, AT LAW
Eugene City,
Oregon.
Will practice in the different Courts of the
Suite. " '
Igal Tenders bought and sold. ' .
fSSOFFK'E two Uftflrs North of the Peat
Office niafctt
JOHN BURNETT,
Attorney at Zaw,
CORVALLIS, OBEGON.
AVH ninctlcein the Supreme and Cir
cuit Courts of the State. ,
OFFICE AT THE COURT-HOUSE. j
. Tl.noWyl.-
, , W, T, JOHNSON,
Notary-PuU'w and Conveyancer.
May be Found at Dr. Barley's Store, on
nniivAvarminir donis on' shnrt notice and
satisfaction guaranteed. .
W. R. PRIYETT,
Justice of the Peace.
CORVALLIS - ------ - Oregon.
WILL. GIVE PROMPT ATTENTIOX TO THE
Particular attention ptjld to aU business cn-
h l-IjLi; l Mil. www
S-Qflice In filler's brick building, up stairs.
MISCEljJWEC'JS.
HEW STORE -
AT
ELK CITY.
WE TAKE THIS METHOD OF IXj
forniing the inhabitants of the a
qutna any, anu ijie burrouuuuin wuiiu j ,
Hint n-o itnro niwnl a store at the above
.UH " V. u. .K " I
1 . 1 1 nnnohinHV An H1 IW I nil
assortment of GKiN UixvAJj ai.J!.ftVfA-
DISS, such as
GROCERIES
' PROVISIONS
CLOTHING ; .......
BOOTS and SHOES - .
HATS and CAPS
' CIGARS TOBACCO,
j
And ire sliall endeavor to sell our goods
At ft verv low margin.
iU also pay the IiluHEST CASH
minv r. uilt(4 PTTTtS anfl SKINS.
vn AJii.
" tr . r-r, ti i vr jb- ie
v2nofitt. '
1 Yaquiiia : Stage ' Line
r . -, , . . ,,. AND rT- ' - -
Steamer "ONBATTA"
N AND AFTER THE FIRST DAY
KJ of May, the new steamer uneaaa 1
at the entrance of Yamuna Bay, aud conr
necting at Elk' City with -
WOODS & DIXON'S STACE LINE,
Carrying the UNITED STATES MAIL,
a .,,1 ail nthnf lines mnniniT to the Bay.
Also qpiinecting with Cannon's Stage line
Wm Corvallis on
Mondavs, Wednesdays and tridays, at
6 A. M.; returning leaves is-nc tiiy on
Tuesdays, Thursdays ana iuiruaj- r-
v2n2mo
CIT Y H vO'J'EL";
(; COR. MAIN AKD MA1M80K 8T3., .
CORTALLIS, ... .. . , ; . . OREGON.
PRpPBIETOR. . . v
nn n 12 - undersigned, having
I leased the above nauieil fine hotel.
-will conduct it as a ;r ; , , - -
FIE8T CL.AS f? C X JS
That well known caterer. "TITUS,"
will nave cnarge 01
Te Culinary Department, "
tunes be found upon tn table.
Yaquina, West Side and Albany Stages
All Stop at mi iiouse.
HOUSE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
LARGE FIREPROOF SAFE FOR VALUABLES
Ejery Acettiumodation Afforded to Guests.
A. R. MoOONNELL.
November 15, 18J2. -:30tf
STANTON'S- HOUSE.
rFonmerly KIGEB'S HO'EL.
Main Street, between Monroe & Jackson,
M. STANTON, ; : PROPRIETOR.
Having purchased, the above stand, I have
,; Uiflioiigiiiy renovaieu me saw? ... -and
opened it as a .
FIRST CLASS PRIVATE BOABDJNG
EVEBY ATTENTION AFFORDEp
t nunvs
Any irregularities on the-part 'of -waiters
snouiu De promptly reporieu u . ,
the Proprietor,
SOL. KING'S STAGES BUN TO THIS
October 23 1872. 4 2:2Stt
ELS CITY HOUSE,
ELK CITY s ; f ? Or?g w:
JAMES DIXON Proprietor
:0:
TniS HOUSE, LOCATED AT THE
above named place, at the junction ot
Elk and Yaquina rivers, is new, is well
finished and furnished throughout, and it
is the intention or tne tropneior 10 Keep
it as a - ,
FIRST CLAS HOTEL,
The Stasre office Is at this nonse; also the
Steamer 1'Oneatta" leaves the wharf every
morning, for Newport, and intermediate
points 011 ine isay.
Superior inducements offered to excur
sionists and others visiting the Bay in
large parties. JAMES DIXON.
ELK CITY HOTEL,
Wt T. BRYON proprietor
fTnE ABOVE NAMED HOUSE IS
1 newlv furnished and onened for the
hrnnmrnnHntinii of Travelers. The pro
prietor i uetepnmea w m ph,s ,km
pe spapeu jo inaitp ij, j
FIRST CLASS HOTEL.
-., mnn ta 'T.!va and Let Live.'
f I 4rvfrf ' - j -j--.
'There is a &ood Feed Stable In connec
tion with the House. -
n..ctMfni.iovil!lTTA" leaves the
Wharf everV other dav for Newport, and
oiner noinis ou me .
v2no7m3. . W. T. BRYON,
MISCELLANEOUS.
r ; NEW -. . .."';
BRT3ER SHOP!
ilAjk BACKE5ST0, : s : Proifflptqr,
MAIN STREET.
Shavlnsr. . Shamnoolntr. uair t,uiiuig,
fit" fhe IHghest gjyle ft? the Profession,
A . mi thai ladies t . '
Particular attention paid to Ladies' Hair
Cutting, uressmg anu uuiuug.
Porvallia, July 26, 1872. ; 3 3ff
C3. J. W. VANDEN BERGH'S
Celebrated Worm Syrup;
FOR SALE BY .
ALLEN & WO0PWARD.
; A LL ORDERS FOR WORM SYRUP
ahnnlH he addressea to J. w. vauuen
Bergti, jSaJpm, Oregon. vlno49yl
: H. E. HARRIS.
ON HAND AGAIN AT THE OLD
:-L ' . STAND, . .. '
GROCERY AKI PROVISIOli STOKE.
November 8, J.SV2. ?:29tf
COUVAL LI S CQLLEQE,
thefaiterm;
TYEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4th," 1S72.
, FOB INFORMATION,- v
SEND FOR CATALOGUE.
i - Bk L. ARNOLD,
Aug. 23. ;. 2:18tf President. ...
THE CHAPEL SCHOOL,
THE
- BR01N8
SEPTEMBER;. . . , . , '. .. ..
....1st, 1S72.
Rev. J. H. BABCOCE
Geo. W- Royd, -
Rectort
Assistant.
JntssA. L. Jinrrows,
Principal.
Miss M. A. Frazec, Teacher of Music.
CHARGES MODERATE.
Special ATantages In Music and Singing-.
For. Information or Admission, apply to
Corvallis, July 20, 1873.' ' 'vShW
011
the drgau, Piano," op Melotlean. 'Ifemis
one dollar per lesson. - Instructions given
at the residence of pupils if desired.
Lessons given 111 yocai music in classes,
or privately. -
. i).Pi)MAns wiatilnar ti miroJihsA Planna.
. p. v.. . . . -- .. ... ..... t- - f
Organs or Melodeans, can save fifteen per
. i 1. ii. . T r
ceui, oy oruenug luruugu inc jrruieusur
.1 . XLt.. .
Professor of Music, and Graduate of the '
New York, institution tor tne snnii.
vlno29:tf.
BOOTS' AND SHOES.
Notice to Whpni. It May Concern.
HOLE LEATHER, FRENCH AND
O American Calf and ip, and Lining
ers' Fiuflinas, constontly fin hand, Jpp sale.
Todies' and Gents' Boots and Shoes made
to orrler. in the Latest Stvlc. Country or
ders promptly attemlea to.
Corvallis, Ocfqbpr 7, 1872. ; " 2:21tf.;
H. M. gUSS,
BOOT .A. IS r SHOK
MANUFACTURER. -
SHOP Opposite Sol. King's Ljypry Stable
AB of My Work'ls Warrants.
II. M. BUSS.
Couvaijjs, Oregon.. - vlno48tf.
BOOTS. BOOXS-
S. II. LOOK,
y - - - " : -
. T $IL"FApJURER OF r
entiemen's First Cla Boots.
MAIN STREET,
Fpur Doors South ot the City H,pel,).
. prjrtvALLis.
August 1872 :; - '' SilSyl
Dk B. IBVXS. , , FBAKK HEKDHICKSOW,
IRVIN& HENDRICKS0U,
MAKERS.
CORTALLIS
Oregon,
TDoots and shoes made and repaired on
I I short, nntira and at reasonable rates.
All work warranted. Give us a call, ana
satisfy yourselves that what we say is true.
FARM FOR SALE,
A FINE TRACT OF LAND, SITUA
tetf about, fen miles South-west from
Corvallw, and containing 330 acres, 13 com
posed or prarle ana timoee miia, is e i
autunl QnH ia aiflfnMfi foVa CTflin Or gtOCK
rancn or ior Doin purpostw. x imc 1
young orchard of about 600 choice trees on
the premises. This ranch will be sold on
.liaviinuiy - rT ------ t- a J l
$500.00 dowp and balance on timewifh ler
gal interest. .- '. . , V:1 ' '
D or particulars enquire at me kkmwhai
Coh vaiojs, December 28th 1871. ,
XO ESTRAY NOTICE, r-. t
mAinrM T7t T!V TITR ITND'ERSIGN-
J ed, living about six miles north of
oorvaiiis, oneoarit oy uiaremm
mare is about fourteen and a half hands
high, has a star in her forehead, aud .snip
on her nose. . The eplt has a white stripe
down the face, and que. hmu foot wnite.
rtlOW . V J . . . -. ' - r-. 7
star in his forehead. Said horses are very
-K. I III VT
Dreacny. - I
Novemberl6. 1S72. . 2:32w
THE SUEpRIBER WOULp BE
spectlully announce tp the public,
that, lie is nKnaiwl to'frive insrfiictions on
' i-jti.
- v'
.IVERY. FEED, AND SALE
W V : H O U C K,J
v. Successor. to Clark &HouekJ
f " rf-j T?n'pTTr.,rOTi.' " , ' i
-ttv fit . s i
tTAYING PURCHASED THE INV
XAterestor Mil. ijlabk. 11 ine .riorav
mftXX&8g&F$tf?tt He Mtove Estate
lishinent, I am now prepared to; carry oil
the business in, i .,, : , '
t ni onow. nmthpr kkocnor cxDenso .
to rendor-TOy establishment auccess.-
I will cep constantly on Band a supply o
GOOP 0E&?3,
,P0UJ3LE BUGGIES, . '
' ' ' 'CARRIAGES
aigl eyeryfhing connected with a first class, -
HYERY S.TABJLa
AimiJAiiii ivi r
by honest and-liberal -dealing to desen !
G tve irie in trial : ' u &.Wi HOUCK.
ltiJiiis m -. : vl no26tfv '
. J .
CORVALLIS
it .H
,F
EED.ANOOALE
STABLE j
Main I Street, 'CorvaUis i Otegmi?
S O L K 1 MfeoFrietof,
XT
AYIKG IRCHASEBrn3 AB0YE
wnUJinnwn. Stable. I ifite'nd to niaka
rx
St nnn nf hcurt 111 'th State., JM? KtOfk r
is of the finest, and my turnouts always .
neat-and eieaoJ IxueaUauatsEss, aud I .
you want ; -. " r-i
GOOD TEAMS AT -LOW BATES,
give its a call before going elsewhere. ' '
- - . ; . (it... ,,t.-i ..a ' ' - ' : ' r
We incite the patronage of the traveling ,
public, Horses boarded by the day as-,
week, and satisfaction guaranteed. The .'.
best HORSES and BUGGIES in the State al, ,
ways realty ior jise. : -. .,, . j ,j
We have made this Stable FIRST CLASS
in every respect, apd 0W we say to oup,
patrons, friends, aud to everybody, known -or
unknown by ns, -or who knOw us; to
strangers, or "anji; other nnm;" call at tha 4
Corvallis Livery, teeo, ana aie siaoie .
and you will get the worth' ofyour money, .
. ?r.r"''gOL. KING.
Appp. lsyn 1872. yinoozK..
PAINTING AND GRAINING.
;:;:.'..
HOUSE
STOW" - CARRIAGE
ORKAMEKTAL J tTAIKTER, '4
DQKE TO OBPR. ALB ... JCJ3S PTtOMPTL Y
attended ioVlth neatness and Olspafcli nt
mv shop on Main street,- Ccwvallls, Oregon.
fHElFEBTIIAa THE . . .
SALCCN3 AND BREWERIES.
" " CALIFORNIAOON. : 1
MAIN - - STREET.' GOUYAIXIS.
f A I,' BJakcsie Piwrlftor. , .1
FINEST WINESi . LIQUORS AND CIGAR?
Dec, 21r 1874..-' t , - Htf
CORYALLIS -5- r'ff r- - OregoD.
I or stylo. . Non,bot..tVia Jry best bavuj
COENEK 2d AND JEFTERSON STREET, i
Wnewi iuay:WlbundaVairis, tho best i; ... t
made on this Coast, and sold by " Wbolesal
or Retail. TbislKeei: took tlie flrst premium
at titrt'Wiy'IFiv1'Beer-Tlellvered to any
paitpf tbPitv oiT;onJij?r,aJJtUOlow sum 9
ATTESTJ0HEYERIB0l)Y! :.:fl
pTiEsnck Tp close. Alt irr Busr-
1 e&aWrsT)y-Jauiary$st,- 1873.i All
parties owing nip on book account or notes
Will please make arrangemits accordingly
as I, must settle with eyctj-one, without
fail.' t,meaij business ; and a word in time
is fair warning? ist i -i "J'rX
. jr Wheat urkeir. pa. atcpunts, at 1 ugli
est market rates. '.-. '- ''. ;'' ' : -
- -' - " 3". RTBAYLEY'. I
. August 26, VSn. rr?Z. u :VS
fe g r Ca
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