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WEEKLY C0RVAIL1S GAZETTE.
Corvallis, Nov. 14, 1879..
Arrivals and Departures of Mails.
From Albany, (North and South) dally, at. ..ir.u.
" Newport and Philomath, Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday, at 6r,
For Albany (North and South) daily, at 8 a. m.
" Philomath & Newport, Monday, Wedn
esday and Friday, at.. 6 A- M
Office hours from 7 A. . to 8 r. m.
Homy Order office hours from 8:3f a. a. to 6 r. M.
N. R. Barber, P. M.
The following proclamation has been is
sued by President Hayes for the observance
of & day of general thanksgiving t
At no recurrence of the season, which the
devout habits of religious people has made
occasion for giving thanks to Almighty Lroit,
and humbly invoking His continued favor,
has the material prosperity enjoyed by our
whole country been more conspicuous, more
manifold or more universal. .During the
past year also unbroken peace with all for
eign nations, general prevalence of domes
tic tranquility, the supremacy and security
of the great institutions of civil and religous
freedom have gladdened the hearts of our
people, and confirmed their attachment to
the Government, which the wisdom and
courage of our ancestors so fitly framed, and
the wisdom and courage of their descendants
have so firmly maintained, to be the habita
tion of liberty and justice to successive gen
erations. Now, therefore, I, Rutherford B. Hayes,
President of the United States, do appoint
Thursday, the 27th day of November, inst.,
as a day of National thanksgiving and pray
er ; and I earnestly recommend that, with
drawing themselves from secular cares and
labors, the people of the United States do
meet together in their respective places of
worship, there to give thanksgiving and
praise to Almighty God for his mercies, and
and devoutly to beseech their continuance.
In witness whereof, I have set my hand
and caused the Great Seal of the United
States to be affixed.
Rrn-HEBFocD B. Haves.
In accordance with an established custom,
which has been observed annually far a long
period of time, I, W. V. Thayer, as Execu
tive of this State, do hereby appoint Thurs
day the 27th day of November, 1879, as a
day of thanksgiving.
In testimony whereof I have hereunto set
my hand and caused to be affixed the Great
Seal of the State of Oregon this the 10th
day of November, A. D. 1879.
By Tne Governor, W. V. Thayer-
R. P. Earhart,
Secretary of State.
THE NEW t ISTKRJi.
The following is the report of the com
mittee to whom was rt-ferred the matter
of improving the cistern at the intersec
tion of Second and Madison streets, ex
cept the itemized expense.-.:
To the ilngor and Comiuou Council of the
City of Corvallis:
Gkntt.kmkn: Your committee to whom
was referred the matter of improving cis
tern At the intersection of Second and
Madison Streets beg leave to make the
following report, to-wit: That they
Lave improved the same in the following
manner; after having the water pumped
out au'd the timbers and planking front
the iuslde removed, we then proceeded to
tiavc the same rounded out. and walled up
with an eight-inch wall of good hard brick
and lime mortar, arch turned in same
manner, and a cast iron rim and lid plac
ed iu ceiUcr. The bottom of same is laid
with two layers of brick on a side the first
is grotted with lime-mortnr and second
layer with cement mortar. The entire
surface Is plastered one coat with lime
mortar to make a smooth surface, then a
coat of good cement with light cement
wash over the same. Tlis size of cistern
is: circumference, 43 feet; height, 12 feet,
including arch which is 4 feet. Its capac
ity, about 14.000 gailions. It has been
tilled with water and so far has shown, no
signs of leakage.
Wedding Cake. We frequently receive
wedding cake, of all style? and make, but
never, until the past week, received any
that was three yeai's old. Mrs. Peak
(daughter of Mr. Thos. Russell, of Alsea,)
and her husband celebrated the third anni
versary of their marriage on the 22d ult.
Upon the occasion of their marriage Mrs.
Peak made three fruit cakes, and the third
and last was cut on the late anniversary.
This cake, a sample of which is now before
us, seems just in its prime, and is reallv
splendid. Many thanks to Mr. & Mrs.
Peak for their kind remembrance of the
editor of the Gazette. May they live to
enjoy many happy anniversaries of their
wedding day, and life be "all a golden
Installation. At a regular meeting of
Excelsior Lodge, No. 9, I. O, G. T., held
last Friday night, in this city, the following
officers were installed: W C T,- J R Bayley;
W V T, Miss Nettie Spencer ; W S, Geo.
Brock j W F S, Wm. Grant ; WT, C W
June ; W M, W B Bell G, Ellen Allphin ;
S, Thos. Allphin ; BHS, Miss L. Allen ;
L H S, Miss Rebecca Wren ; P W C T, J
Bulletin Correspondent. A. T. Haw
ley, the live correspondent of the San Fran
cisco Bulletin, whose racy letters are read
with so much interest throughout, this coast,
took his departure from Corvallis yesterday
morning. He has made hosts of friends for
himself and the sterling paper he represents,
during his sojourn in Benton connty, where
he will always find a cordial welcome.
" May his shadow never grow less.
Pleasant Trip. We came up last Tues
day morning, from Salem, on the Occident,
a very pleasant steamer. The state rooms
are tastefully furnished and the berths are
very wide. The following gentlemanly offi
cers were in charge of this staunch craft :
Capt., Miles Bell ; pilot, J as. Gist ; parser,
W. N. Holmes ; engineer, Chas. Jennings ;
steward, Geo. Goward. The Occident has
had her low water wheel laid aside and now
uses the one adapted to deep water.
Warehouse Burned. Mr. W. A. Wells
came up on the boat yesterday morning,
and informed us that the mammoth ware
house on the railroad track, at Albany, was
destroyed by fire about 12 o'clock Wednes
day night, owned by Gaston St Ferry. Or
igin of fire unknown. Insured for a large
Rain and lots of it.
Council meeting last Monday night.
Wheat in this city, 94 cents per bushel.
H. M. S. Pinafore at Salem, last night.
" Female tramps " are all the excitement
in Portland, now.
Miss M. E. Holden, of Astoria, is visiting
friends in this city.
The A. 0. U. W. hold regular meetings
every Monday evening.
For the best Domestic cigars, go to Geo.
Albert Ray and L. Y. Wilson started for
Portland yesterday morning.
Mr. A. Roberts, of Alsea valley, gave us
a pleasant call last Thursday.
Fine Imported Havana cigars, at Geo.
The Portland people are running wild over
the feats of female pedestrians, in that city.
Mac Crow, of the Yaquina stge line, was
in the city yesterday, en route to Portland.
Eglin & Lomer's new barn is completed,
and presents a very creditable appearance.
Pay your city taxes, within thirty days,
and save costs. See notice of Marshal Mil
If you want a square meal at Albany, call
at the Revere House, Prieffer Bros,, propri
etors. F. M. Johnson and wife, of this city, cel
ebrated their sixth wedding anniversary yes
terday. E. A. Abbey, of Elk City, has been in
this city on business, and left for horn? on
The graders hon the Westside road are
working in the city limits when the wea
For a genuine New York (White Labor)
cigar, go to Geo. Gerhard, ntxt door to Bu
Masquerade Ball : Get yourself Photo
graphed, in costume, at the Corvallis Pho
Mrs. J. Mason is desirous to receive a call
from those indebted to her. See her notice,
in another column.
Messrs. Taylor & Co., hare opened a first
class hat store, wholesale and retail, in P.
Phiel's new building.
VV. A. Wells and wife, and Wallis Nash,
Esq., of this city, started for Portland, on
business, last Monday.
Sam. Logan, was in the city, last Tues
day, with a load of Yaquina salmon, which
went oil like hot cakes.
The Hooks have secured the services of
Brenner's celebrated string band for their
grand ball on the 21st inst.
T. W. B. Smith, of Willamette precinct,
has moved to town fur the pnrpose of send
ing his children to school this winter.
The boats are making regular trios to this
place now, and. in all probability, will con
tinue to do so for the rest of the winter.
ir F A Vmwsmt rAf.nrn 'il from hi trin
- - r
to the Bay last Friday, and reports every
thing lovely in that portion of our county.
Tickets (of the H. & L masquerade can
be had cf Graham, Hamilton & Co., John
Ray and Ralston Cox, at the Vincent
The Corvallis sawmill has taken the con
tract to furnish 35,000 feet of lumber imme
diately, for the dew depot. This looks like
Everybody is pleased with the Photo
graphs now being made at the Corvallis
Photographic Uallory. JNo pains spared to
Regular meeting of Excelsior Lodge, .No.
9, I. U. G. T., this evening, at 7:30 o'clock.
Members from other Lodges, in good stand
ing, are cordially invited.
Mr. Geo. Mercer, of this city, has been
dangerously ill for some time. We are glad
to learn that he is now considered out of
danger, and slowly convalescing.
While in Portland, last Saturday night,
Bro. Palmer, of the Telagram, furnished
complimentaries and accompanied us to Pin
afore, after which we looked iu upon the fe
The little steimer Nellie, which has been
making daily trips between this place and
Albany, made her last trip, for the present,
last Saturday, as the river is high enough
for the larger boats to run,
Go to E. Rosenthal's and get your Christ
mas presents. He has the finest display
ever received in Corvallis. He keeps, also,
the best cigars, tobaccos, candies, gents'
furnishing g.wds, family groceries, &c. , &c ,
and undersells everybody.
Ernest White, son of Rev. T. B. White,
of Albany, died at his father's, last Tues
day, of typhoid fever. His funeral took
place on Wednesday. No school at Corval
lis College on that day. The president and
protessors attended the tuneral.
Tlon. D. M. Thompson, one of Albany's
most esteemed and prominent citizens, died
last Saturday night and was buried, with
Masonic honors, on last Monday. Members
of the Order from different parts of the
state were in attendance.
F. S. Matthews still keeps up his lick at
the Chemeketa Hotel, Salem. Billy Hun
ter, formerly of the American Exchange,
Portland, is now acting as solicitor. Char
lie Weeks will soon accept a position on the
Without a Rival, and the reason is ob
vious after a trial of over a quarter of o cen
tury. No family should be without a sup
ply of that good old remedy, Emil Fres e
celebrated Hamburg Tea. It is purely veg
etable, mild, yet efficient in its action car
rying off all impurities from the system,
and imparting a glow and vigor which only
those who have used it can appreciace.
The Occidental. J. R. Lomer, the popu
lar architect, has bought into the Occidental
Hotel at Corvallis, and the firm is now Lo
mer & Polly. Mr. Lomer is a popular young
man and will make a splendid hotel keeper.
Our citizens will remember him when they
go to Corvallis. Albany Democrat.
Jury List. For lovember term of the
Circuit Court of Oregon for Benton county :
A. G. Mulkey, Corvallis precinct ; Joseph
Graham, Toledo ; Wiley Winkle, Willam
ette ; Wm. Bohanon, Philomath ; T. P.
Fish, Kings Valley j M. v. Springer, Low
er Alsea ; Isaac Jackson, Corvallis ; Joseph
Wood, Summit ; G. G. Newton, Philomath;
R. S. Barclay, Lower Alsea ; James AL
Cross, Kings Valley ; Jacob Felger, Philo
math ; Levi Henkle, Corvallis ; Rudolph T.
Motley, Corvallis ; John Bickard, Willam
ette ; Frank M. Stanton, Toledo ; A. J.
Porter, Summit ; J. M. Boon, Philomath ;
Ransom Uelknap, Monroe ; Geo. Bently,
Corvallis ; Jacob Hinkle, Philomath ; John
T. Hughes, Soap Creek ; Stephen Gates,
Muddy ; Abner Wooly, Corvallis ; John
Whitaker, Willamette; D. H. Johnson
Summit ; Samuel McLain, Philomath ;
Franklin Kittridge, Monroe; W, H. Elliott,
Corvallis ; M. C. Bright, Muddy; Bent Py
buru, Kings Valley.
C. B. R. Club. At the regular meeting
of the Corvallis Blue Ribbon Clnb, an Sat
urday evening, Nov. 8, the following officers
were elected for the ensuing term : Pres.,
Prof. Jos. Emery ; Vice Pres., Mr. G. B.
Smith ; Sec., Mr. E. A. Godfrey. The
president elect appointed an executive com
mittee consisting of Messrs. J. R. Bayley,
Rev. W. C. Kantner and E. Allen. The
clnb will meet in the M. E. chnrch on Sat
urday evening next. Ladku Royal,
The following docket of causes to be
heard Iu the November term ot the Cir
cuit Court ot Oregon tor Benton County
J. F. Watson, Jndge has been kindly
furnished us by L. Y. Wilson, Deputy
State of Oregon vs. John Hamilton;
State of Oregon vs. W. F. Rayburnj
State of Oregon vs. W. F. Rayburn; Se
State of Oregon vs. W. F. Rayburn;
Attempt to Commit Man-slaughter.
State of Oregon vs. Richard Tull and
Douglas Richardson; Assault and Battery.
State of Oregon vs. J. W. Rayburn; As
sault with dangerous Weapon.
State of Oregon vs. James E. Hervy
Edward Starr et al; Recognizance, Ed
Maria Armington vs. Sol King; Action
Jacob Nash vs. Henry Stroud: Action
John McGee vs. OneatU Mill Co.; Ac
tion at Law.
Samuel Logan vs. Oneatta Mill Co.;
Action at Law.
Win. F. Dixon vs. 'James Gray and G.
B. Smith; Action to recover possession of
The Corvallis City Hafl Asclation vs.
B. D. Bosweli; Action at Law
James R. Baj ley vs. Margaret McCoy
Administrator of Estate otJ. H. KendoU
deceased. Action at Law Damages.
Henry Hughes vs. W. T. Hurt man; Ac
tion at Law.
Samuel Sykes vs.-W. T. Huffman; Ac
tion a, Law.
George P. Frank ct al vs. A. Powers et
al, Action to recover money.
' Western Oregon R. R. Co. vs. John
Stewart et al Action to appropriate lauds.
The City ot Corvallis vs. V. F. Bay
bum, B. l Taylor, an I. W. S. McCul
lough; Action on bond.
Sumner Read vs. John Kennedy et al
Action Oa mages.
FleUebner Meyer & Co vs. Oppenhcm
mer & Zwang; Action to recover money.
The If. V. AC. R. R. Co. vs. Sol K.
Brown Sr. Acticu to recover money.
John Kelsay and M. S. Voodcoi:k part
ners doing biidnes under the ttine name
and style of Kelsay fc Wo-Nicock vs. Ada
line Ballard and G. W Ballard; Action to
James Hayes vs. J. G. Toiler, 4ction.
Mellissa I). Thayer Administrator vs. S.
C. Carter: Action to recover pos-'jsinn.
Alpht-ns Howard vs. J. M. Mansfield &
W. R. Ralls.. Action to recover possession
of real poperiy.
H'illam'e te Valley JfcC. R. R. Co. "S.
Farlow Mulkey, Action to recover mou
ey. J. E. Hinkle A Co. vs. G. A. Whitney
Action to recover money.
Igoatz Fox, Administrator vs. Henry
B. St John, Action to recover money.
Henry Warrior vs. Joseph Emrick, Ac
tion to recover money.
E. Holgate vs. E. Marple, Action at
Otlo Fox et al vs. W. F. Billiard, Ac
tion to recover money.
F. E. Robinson vs. W. S. MeCullough,
Action to recover money.
Sheppard Jaycox & Co. vs. John Cham
bers, Action to recover money.
Sheppard Jaycox A Co. vs. W. O. Ken
doll, Action to recover money.
Sheppard Jaycox A Co. vs. Jackson
Chambers, Action to recover money.
Sheppard & Jaycox vs. J. L. Lewis,
Action to recover money.
Fenkhauser & Co. vs. B, F. Baker, Ac
tion to recover money.
Max Friendly vs. Sol King, Action for
delivery ot personal pniperty.
L. Zaruer vs. Jonathan Pittman, Ac
tion to recover money.
Western Oregon B. B. Co. vs. Thomas
Eglin et al; Action to appropriate laud.
John Mahar vs. Sol King and V. T.
Huffman, Action Damages.
The VV. V. & G. R. R. Co. vs. Madelia
Grubbs Admidlstrator estate J. C. Grubbs
deceased. Action to recover money.
J. E. Heukle fc Co. vs. Wm. Curtis,
Action to recover money.
Western Oregon B. B. Co. vs. Florence
Jones et al Action to Appropriate lauds
for B. B. purposes.
Western Oregou B. B. Co. vs. Mahala
Briggs et al; Action to appropriate lauds.
Western Oregon R. R Co. vs. Florence
Jones ct al; Action to appropriate laud
right of way.
Max Frienaly vs. Eugene Milner, Ac
tion to recover money.
Ignatz Fox Administrator vs. Wm.
Spencer, Action to recover money.
Jas. A. Yautls vs. John Micholistic,
Action at Law.
Elizabeth Hall vs Andrew Hall, Action
for possession of real property.
Thos Moutleth et al vs J H Foster et al
Suit in Equity.
E Marple vs Rufua McLain, Suit in
F A Chenoweth vs F E Bobinson et al
Suit iu Equity. -j
A M. Rainwater vs. G smith, suit iu
Otto and Sigmund Fox vs Peter and
Ettie Withers. Suit in Equity.
Mary Allphin vs Milton J. Allphin, Di
vorce. P. Blddle vs. George Gibson, Suit in
George Gibson vs. P. Blddle et al Suit
J. B. Leeds, et al, vs. E. N. SawtelL et
al : suit in equity.
Ladd & Bush and Sol King vs Ferguson
and McFadden ; suit in equity.
Frank Lemon vs C S Williams ; suit in
James B. Scrafford vs Eleanor Scrafford ;
E Pulse vs James Hamer ; suit in equity.
A J Young vs Thomas Skipton and A
Bridges ; suit to foreclose mortgage.
Laura Rickard vs John Rickard ; divorce.
Johu Rickard vs Laura Rickard ; divorce.
George Beam is vs Mary Jane Beauiis ; di
vorce. Peter Blake vs Charles DuBruille. et al ;
suit to foreclose mortgage.
Patrick Kinney vs Samuel Stannus. et al ;
suit to foreclose mortgage.
Anna Rader vs Oswald Rader ; divorce.
School Commissioners vs W 8 McCnUongh
et al ; suit to foreclose mortgage.
School Commissioners vs Samuel Stannus,
et al ; suit to foreclose mortgage.
Sarah E Wagoner vs Jesse B Lewis ; suit
Mary Ann Justice vs Wm Graham, et al ;
snit to foreclose mortgage.
Chenoweth and Burnett vs Rachel and
Alfred Fitzgera d ; snit to "foreclose mort
gage. B H Bowman vs W 0 Kondoll, et al ; suit
to foreclose mertgaga.
Nancy R Risor vs Abram Risor ; divorce.
Max Friendly vs W S McCuUoagh; suit
to foreclose mortgage.
Smith & Brassfield vs Elisha Wadsworth,
t al ; snit to foreclose mortgage.
Max Friendly vs W S MeCullough, et al ;
sait in equity foreclosure of mortgage.
J E Henkle vs Anthony Roberts ; suit to
Max Friendly vs W S MeCullough and J
E Henkle ; suit to foreclose mortgage.
W T Huffman v Wm fl P,,rf01- .l T?l,,
abeth Porter ; suit in equity.
Keoecca Look vs John L Cook ; divorce.
Chas W June vs Sarah T June ; divorce.
School Commissioners vs E Marple ; suit
Openheimer & Zwang to Gugenheim ; as
signment for benefit of creditors.
E A Whitney to W S McFadden ; assign
ment for benefit of creditors.
W D Renshaw vs Jacob Nash, et al ; con
firmation of sale.
TJ Creighton vs Simeon Bethers ; confir
mation of sale.
Byron Springer, et al, vs R C Martin, et
al ; confirmation of sale.
The streets of Independence are being
Several persons are sick of typhoid fever
The Polk county court house has been in
sured for $3,000.
Three Chinamen were immersed by the
Baptist pastor at Salem recently.
Farmers throughout the valley are busy
putting iu grain.
The bridge across the Suntiam river at
Mehama is about completed.
Pleasant Surprise. Last Thursday ev
ening Miss Pawlona Clark, formerly of this
city, accompanied by an elder brother, ar
rived at Mr. D. G. Clark's, iu Albany.
They came without annoucement, as a sur
prise to the folks, and arriving while
" Dave " and family were at prayer meeting,
they had to "amuse" themselves for about
an hour on the " outside " of the house.
The surprise was complete and mutual.
Meeting Closed. The revival meeting,
which had been in progress in the Lewis
neighborhood, closed on Thursday of last
week. Rev. W. C. Kautner conducted the
services. He informs us that there were
sixteen conversions and eighteen additions
to the church membership. A Sunday
school was also organized. Ilev. Kantner is
an indefatigable worker in the cause of the
The New York I'liction is still un
settled. Republicans claim the su -cess
of their entire State ticket, and
ihe Democrat a concede nil except
Lieut. -Governor anil Treasurer. The
official count, which hean on Tues
day, will he necessary to determine
the result as the two officer named.
A Large Enterprise. During the past
week quite a change has occurred in the
proprietorship of the Plummer fruit dryers
in this valley. A company has been formed
consisting of Waliis Nash and Mr. Ree l
man, of the English colony at Corvallis,
and Nathau Whealdou, of Benton county,
and they have bought the manufacturing
right of the drier in this county from Jones
& Sill, and have also purchased the Benton
and Lane county rights. Next season they
will put out canvassers and introduce -a
great many driers throughout the three
counties, and our people will then be able to
save their fruit crops Mr. Sill has been
employed by the company and will engage
in the canvass next spring. Heretofore
there has been a difficulty in finding a ready
market for the dried fruit, but this will now
be. remedied. The new company has rented
the old Alden fruit drver in this city, and
will buy all the fruit offered for sale and
store it at that place, after which it will be
shipped direct to England. We are glad to
see monied men like Mr. Nash taking hold
of this enterprise, as its success is thus as
sured, and its success guarantees to our far
mers remunerative prices for their fruits,
which, heretofore, has rarely been market
ed. Albany Democrat.
At Lebanon, Noveml er 5, 1879, by Rev.
H. C. Jenkins, Mr. Geo. Fridley, of Benton
county, and Miss E. A. Briggs, of Lebanon,
Linn county, Oregon.
November 11th, at the Evangelical par
sonage, Corvallis, by Rev. W. C. Kantner,
Mr. Andrew C. Thompson, to Miss Rosa
Henkle, both of Benton county, Oregor,
At the residence of the officiating clergy
man, in this city, Nov. 11th, by Rev. H.
P. Dunning, assisted by Rev. J. S. Reason -er,
Mr. Francis M. Henkle and Miss Jane
Reasoner, daughter of Rev. J. S. Reasouer,
all of Benton county, Oregon.
At the residence of the parents, Novem
ber 2, 1879, by Ed. C. Phelps, J. P., Tracy
W. Davis and Miss Marian H. Williams
all of Newport No cards.
BOSCHEE'S GERMAN SYRUP can now
be purchased right at home, it is the most
successful preparation ever introduced to
our people. It works like .a charm in all
cases of Consumption, Pneumonia, Hemor
rhages, Asthma, severe Coughs, Croup and
all other Throat and Lung Diseases. No
person has ever used this medicine without
getting immediate relief, yet there are a
great many poor, suffering, skeptical per
sons going about our streets with a suspi
cious cough, and the voice of consumption
coming from their lungs, that will not try it.
If yon die, it is your own fault, as you can
go to your Druggist and get a Sample
Bottle for 10 cents and try it ; three doses
will relieve any case. Regular size only
An old physician retired from active prac
tice, having had placed in his hands by : an
East Indian missionary the formula of a sim
ple vegetable remedy for the speedy and per
manent cure of Consumption, Bronchitis,
Catarrh, Asthma, and all Throat and Lung
affections, also a positive and radical cure
for General Debility and all nervous com
plaints, after having thoroughly tested its
wonderful curative powers in thousands of
cases, feels it his duty to make it known
to his suffering fellows. The receipe will be
sent free of charge, to all who desire it, with
full directions for preparing and successfully
using. Address with stamp, naming this
parer Dr. J. C. Stone, 44 North Ninth
Street, Philadelphia. Pa.
Physicians and invalids use with confi
dence The Kaiser Celebrated German Elixir
for Consumption and throat and lung dis
eases. It is rich in the medicinal proper
ties of tar, wild cherry, etc. Is rendered
perfectly harmless to the youngest child
This would have proved an Angel of mercy
in the honsehold of those unhappy parents
at Vallejo, Dixon, Beaver, Utah, and nu
merous other places, whose children were
slaughtered by a quack medicine recom
mended by its owner to cure croup, posses
sing no properties calculated to cure it, but
instead a deadly drug which has slain its
thousands. Be sure you get only German
Elixir. The genuine bears the Prussian coat
of arms and the fac-simile signature of Dr.
Kaiser. Samoles at all drugstores. Large
size, 75 cents.' CHAS. LANGLEY & CO.,
Wholesale Druggists, Sole Agents.
Sad Havoc is Created
Among the tenants of the mouth by allow
ing impurities to collect upon their surface
or in their interstices. SOZOIIO.NT re
moves every vestige of tartar from the
teeth, and renders their premature decay
impossible. It not only imparts to them
whiteness and vigor, but communicates
hardness and rosiness to the gums. The
breath acquires a most acceptable fragrance
trom its use ; it is a purely botanic liquid,
and it may be relied on to accomplish its
beautifying ettects wrtflHlfc injuring the en
amel UKe a gritty tootn paste.
ISTew this Week.
Must Have Money.
A LI, PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE UNDER
XV si-ned, are hereby respectfully requested to come
forward and settle their accounts immediately. I
must nave wnat is due me, in order to carry on busi
MltS. J. MASON.
Corvallis, Nov. 12, 1879. 16:tf
Notice to City Tax-payers.
70T1CE is hereby given that the as-
1 sessment Roll fdr the City of Corvallis for the
year 1879, is now m my hands for collection, ai d that
all taxes due thereon must be paid within thirty days
iium btic uai mi villa iiuiiiee. v. Cj. -u i i.r 1.,
City Marsha of the City of Corvallis.
oatea at corvallis iov. 13, 1S79. l(i:4(i4
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE GAZETTE
on " old scores." are resDectfullv. but earnestly
solicited to call and settle the same prior to Chrisl
mas next. Please don't forget, or fail to ca'l. All
persons having claims against the Gazkite, will also
please present them prior to that time. We desire to
square up" witn evoryDouy, as lar as possible, ty
that time, and depend upon those indebted to aid us
in the matter. Pay us, and we can pay others, aud
an e nappy. v. B. UAnXistt.
CorvaUis, Nov. 16, 1879.
Notice of Final Proof.
Lavd Oppicb at Orboox Citt, Orfoon, )
November 11. 1S79. (
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE FOL
Howing named settler has filed notice of his in
tention to make final proof in support of his claim,
and secure final entry thereof at the expiration of
tM.t.' .1...... .1 l...- t 1 . . : . 1
uja iium iic uaw: ui bins iin-.i:-', jfmu
Bain, homestead application No. 3111. for the lots So.
2 and 3 of Sec Si, the S. W. J of N. NV. J and lots 4
ann a 01 oec. sz, 1. 13 s., K. 10 v., and ncmcs fie fol
lowing as his witnesses, viz : Thomas Russell o ' Ben
ton county, Oregon, and William A. Peak, ol lisnton
eouniv, urepon. L. T. 13A1UN,
Notice of Application for the
Vacation of Streets and
Alleys in the City
TVTOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN THAT THE WFS
IN tern Oregon Railroad Company has filed with the
Recorder, and presented to the Common Council of
tne City ot Corvoitis. a petition swrmg tor the vaea-
'ion of the following described portion of streets and
alleys 111 said city, to -wit :
AH that portion of Sixth street from the south line
01 A street to the south line ot saiil Sixth street.
All that portion of B street from the east line of
aixtn street west to tne west line 01 blocks o. sv ana
31, in Avery's third addition to the tity of Corvallis.
The entire streets or alleys running through b:o :k
No. 30 and 31, in Avery's third addition to corvallis,
and all persons interested therein are hereby notified
that the regular meeting of the Council, to be held
on Monday, the 8th day of December, 1879, has been
fixed by said Council us the time for the hearing and
consideration of such petition, and at whiift time all
persons interested are required to appear and show
cause, if any there be, why the petition should not
do granted, and sucn portions ot streets and alleys
By order of the Common Council.
J. R. BRYSON,
October 31, 1879. 18:46v4 City Recorder.
TY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION ISSUED OUT
1 of the County Court of Benton County, Oreeon.
on the 20th day of October, 1879, to me directed, for
the sum of (S223.60) two hundred and twenty-eight
and 66-100 dollars, in favor of the Willamette Valley
and Coast Railroad Company, plaintiff, and against
o. A. vt nitney, aeienuant, tor want 01 personal prop
erty out of which to satisfy the same, I have levied
upon the following described real estate, to-wit : Lot
xo. (Sol eighty, in block no (za) twenty-three ; alsn,
fractional lot No. (79) seventy-nine, in said block, in
the Town of Philomath, Benton county. State of Ore
gon, together with the tenements, hereditaments and
appurtenances thereunto belonging, and on
Saturday, Dec 20th, 1879,
In front of the court house door, in Corvallis, Benton
county, Oregon, I will sell the above described real
property at public auction to the highest bidder, for
cash 111 hand, to satisfy said execution, costs and ex
pense of sale. Sale will take place at the hour of 2
o clock, r. a. 01 said day. sou .nino,
Sheriff of Benton County, Oregon
November 14, 1879. It):45w5
TH-OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL PERSONS
XI indebted to the undersigned, that I have placed
my Books and Accounts iu tne hands of J. R. Bryson
for collection. All persons indebted to me, will
please call on him, at his office, in Corvallis, and
settle, without delay. J. T. PHILLIPS.
Corvallis, Nov. 1, 1S79. 16:45tf
JOHN SMITH, - Proprietor,
HAVING PURCHASED THE ABOVE
Market and fixtures, and perman
ently located in Corvallis, I will keep con
stantly on hand tne choicest cuts 01
and V HAL,
Especial attention to making extra Bologna Sau
sage. Being a practical butcher, with large experi
ence hi business, I flatter myself that I can give
satisfaction to customers. Please call and give me a
trial. JOHN SMITH.
November 1st. 1879. 16:4!tf
with rasa use, as adjuncts, of
PHOSPHOROUS and CAEBOX
X New Trntmnt for Alte Care
chltlK, Catarrh, Hfn
manifestation, and the worst
DYSPEPSIA & KERVODS DEBILITY
By a Natural Process of VITAL1ZATI0N.
THB FOLLOWING CASES, TREATED WITHIN
the last few mouths, showing its range of appli
1 to 4. Four cases of Consumption two of them
having cavities in the Lungs akb all ENTIRELY
K Mr. T. G. P., of Bay Cento-, W. T. Chronic
Bronchitis, difficulty of some years standing ; also,
general and nervous debility, threatening of health.
Cured during October.
6, and 7. Two cases of marked Blood Poisoning.
Cured m a few days.
8 and 9. Two cases of NERVOUS DEBILITY of
women. Had " Doctored to death.' One cured in
7 days, and the other in 16 days.
10 to 14. Five cases of Chronic Dyspepsia. Ca
tarrh or Scrofulous ailment. All cured, or greatly
benefitted, by a few weeks treatment.
A small pamphlet on the OXYGEN Treatment,
and all inquiries answered, sent free, on application.
Also reference to patients who have taken, or are
now receiving the treatment. Address
Cor. 1st and Washington Sts.,
PORTLAND, - - - OREGON.
November 5, 1879, l:16m6
Millions of Mothers express their
delight over Castoria. It is nature's
remedy for assimilating the food.
Unlike Castor Oil, it is pleasant to
take, and unlike Morphine Syrups, it is
harmless. Castoria regulates the Bow
els, destroys Worms, Cores
Sour Curd and Wind Colic.
and allays Feverishness. What gives
health to the Child, promotes rest for
the Mother. Children Cry for
Pitcher's Castoria. It is the most re
liahle, effective and popular article
dispensed by Druggist;.
Since Healing remedies have been used by
has there been known such absolute Pain
relieving agents as the
They soothe, heal, and cure. They
HEAL Cuts, AVounds. Galls, Old-Sores,
Broken-breasts and Sore Nipples;
CTJEK Pain in the Back, Rheumatism, Scia
tica, Lumbago, Neuralgia, Ear-Ache,
Tetter, Pimples, Itch, Salt Rheum, and
all Flesh, Bone and Muscle ailments of
SUBDUE Inflammation and Swellings;
BZLIETE Boils, Felons, Ulcers, Sore
Throat, Bronchitis, Croup and Quinsy ;
EXTRACT Pain from Burns, Scalds,
Stings, Frost-bites, Sprains and Bruises.
The experience of centuries has made the
Liniments, the most speedy and effective
curativo agents lor
MAN and BEAST
the world has erer known. The Centaur
have relieved more bed-ridden Crip
ples; healed more frightful wounds,
and saved more valuable animals than
all other liniments, ointments, oils, extracts,
plasters and so-called "pain killers" and
"skin cures" combined.
Physicians and Veterinary Surgeons
endorse the Centaur Liniments ; mil
lions of men, women and children in all
countries use them, and Housekeepers,
Farmers, Planters, Travelers, Liverymen,
Teamsters and Stock-growers, are their pat
rons. They are clean, they are handy, they
are oheap, and they are reliable. There
is no ache, pain, or swelling which tbey
will not alleviate, subdue, or cure. Sold
THE HABITABLE GLOBE
for 50 ots. and tl.OO a bottle. Trial
bottles, 25 ets.
TO BE GIVEN BY
Corvallis Book and Ladder Co., No. 1,
HAMILTON'S OPERA HOUSE.
.... ON ... .
Friday Eve., iVbtfP21, 1879.
Committee of ArkangemiiXts.
Dr. F. A. Vincent. Zephin Job, Wm. Grant
Albert liay, W. f. Kcady.
Hon. J. B. Lee, Hon. John Burnett,
Judge VV. S. McFadden, M. S. Woodcock,
T. J. Buford, Myer Harris,
F. A. Vincsnt, Albert Ray,
Chas. Millar, Wm. Grant, Nick Baesen,
Dr. F. A. Vincent.
Ladv Masker Free
Gentleman Masker $2 00
Gentleman Dancers, after uiimasking. 1 00
Supper (to be served at the Occidental
Motel) per couple 2 uu
3"Good music will be furnished.
OTA cordial invitation is extended to the
public to participate. 16:42w5
CORVALLIS AND WILLAMETTE
Hans Daiil, E. Pihl, Chr. A. Segelcke.
DESIRE to call attention to their plans
and drawings of buildings of all kinds.
civil engineering, surveying and architect
ural works, with all the latest improve
ments. They wonld mention particularly
the following branches : Sawmills and plane-
mills. Graimnills. Furniture, joinery and
mechanical works. Waterworks, and other
works connecting with water. Surveying.
Construction of bridges and roads. Church,
scnool ami oiner onieiai imuiunga. .tin
kinds of dwelling houses and farm buildings.
All orders will receive immediate atten
tion. Please to address all communications
to the company's headquarters at Corvallis.
UFA warded first premium at Oregon State
fair, 1879, for architectural and engineering
TAKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING TO THE
citizens of CorvaUis and vicinity, that on Novem
ber 1st I will open, at the Vincent House, a
and will receive, regularly, the following papers and
periodicals, viz :
The San Francisco Chronicle, Call, Bulletin, Jolly
Giant, Wasp, Argonaut, &c., Ax;.
it 1 - 't. tt ii iuv.nna TimM World. Run.
Harper's Weekly, Frank Leslie, Harper's Bazar, Sat-
, . i . twk? ' en,,,, i' WapItIv Varieties. &c.
Also. Harper's and Scribner's Magazine, Waverly.
St. Nicholas, and Scientific American.
Subscriptions received for any American or ror-
eigh publications, and delivered in any pan oi tne
C'V -17 fc. ...,an,lr m rlOTld. & COmtllete
stock of choice Cigars, Smoking and Chewing To-
baccos, ana tne ceieDraseti ijuvmu w... .-... ,
best cigarette in the market.
Soliciting a share of the public patronage, very
resnectfullv RaLSTON VOX.,
October a, ivjv. rr
CITY COFFEE HOUSE
(Formerly Mrs. Hemphill's.
THIS popular Restaurant now under
competent management is prepared t
accommodate the public in a manner
I neiir passrd in the City.
.3P"npper for Private Parties furnished on
proper notice. Give us a call.
MRS. J. W. SOUTHER,
Main Street, Corvallis. 16:36tf
F. A. JOHNSTON, M. DM
OCULIST AND ELECTRICIAN.
Surgery a Specialty.
Office with Allen & Woodward. Resi
dence, A. J. Young's house, Third street.
Farm for Sale.
rnHE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
L sale his splendid grain and stock farm.
four miies north of west of Corvallis, on
Oali creek containing 1200 acres over one
hundred acres in cultivation two fine bear
ing orchards, and well calculated for divid
ing into two or more snug farms Terms
easy and title perfect. For particulars in
quire of E. Hoigate, W. B. Carter, or
on the premises.
Uorvallis, Jan. 1, 1878. 16:ltf
WAYMAN ST. CLAIR,
(SUCCESSOR TO W. A. WELLS,)
Keeps constantly on hand every thing- belonging to
a first class shup.
itTUncIe Sama Harness Oil for sale. lfl:25vl
LOED & TRIMBLE. Propr's.
BEING SUPPLIKD WITH ROLI-ERS,
Jack Scews, etc., we are prepared to
Raise, Move, put under New Sills and level
up your barns, and Buildings of any kind,
on short notice.
LORD. & TRIMBLE.
Corvallis, May 1, 1870. 16:21tf
George P. Wress,
Att'y at Law
Wrcnn & Holgate,
COLLECTION, LOAN, INSURANCE,
OKNRAL BCSIXESS AGENTS, AND
Office on Secoud street, next door south the City
CORVALLIS, : : OREGON.
Buying, Selling and Leasing Real Ksiate. Prompt
attention given to
COLL E3T IONS.
Loans Negotiated, etc. Will keep Regular
A-Uctiori Sales Rooms
And sell at AUCTION, anything do-ired, either at tho
Sales Rooms or elsewhere, in City or Country. Agents
for good reliable Insurance Companies.
We now have on hand for saUi, both Grain and
Stock Farms, and City Property, at fair prices, and
13 We can make Sales if anybody can.tsw
Please give Us a call. WRENN ii HOLGATE.
Corvallis. Ajinl 17, 1879. 16:lotf.
A COMMODIOUS AND DESIRABLE
House with three town lots in the City
of Corvallis. The house is situated in a
pleasant part of town: a good barn; all mod
ern conveniences attached. Terms reasona
ble. Inquire of George Mercer.
Corvallis, Alls'. 1, 1879. 16:31 m6
A MONTH guaranteed. H2 a day
at home made by the industrious.
Capital not required ; we will start
you. Men, women, boys and i;trl
make money fastsr at work for us
than at anvthinc else. The work
is light and pleasant, and such as anyone can go right
at. Those who are wise who see this notice will send
us their addresses at once and see for thcmselei .
Costly Octfit and terms free. Now is the time. TIiopb
already at work are laying up largo sums of money.
Address TRUE 4: CO., Augusta, .Maine l:3lvl
Notice of Final Proof.
Land Office at Oregon Crrr, 1
Ogn., Oct 23, 1879. i
NOTICE is hereby given that the following-named
settler has tiled notice of
his intention to make final proof in support
of his claim, and secure filial entry thereof
at the expirasion of thirty days from tho.
date of this notice, viz: Henry C. McGaffev,
homestead application No. 3313, for the S.
J of Si VV. anil WriofK VV. ot sec. 8,
x. 10 S.. it. (j VV., ana names the toilowmif
as his witnesses, viz : Barney duly, of Ben
ton county, Oregon, and David 11. Sanders,
of Polk, county, Oregon. L. T. BAKIN,
16-44 wo Kegister
MB. J. P. THOMSON IS AGENT
for the beautiful Estey Organ ami
Weber Pianos. Instruments sold on tho
installation plan, and warranted for five
years. Can be found at the Vincent House.
Agent for D. VV. Prentice & Uo., Portland,
1 umng and Repairing promptly attend
Corvallis, Aug. 8, 1879. 16:32tf
VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY.
OOOD DWELLING HOUSE, ONE LOT,
" barn, fruit trees, fruit-house and other
outbuildings, with good well of water. De
sirable location, on Fourth street, near the
north district school house. Will be sold at
a bargain. Terms, CASH. Inquire of
MJKS. V. 1MJUUJ-.ASIS,
on the premises.
CorvaUis, Sept. 4, 1870. 16:5Kni3