lglg oruallifi FRIDAY HOUSING, APML 7, 1S82. AN ESTHETIC DllIDE. I shall wed a fair c-thctic, ouite regiirilessof expense, All I ask is that she's utter, And in all thing" quite intense-. Limp, of course, and la- she must be, Clad in minor tones of green, Oonsuniatelv soulful, earnest, Must she be, my precious queen. We shall feast on lillies daily, QuaHiing draughts of beauty fair. With a dish of ferns on Sunday, Or a eacock's feather rare; Thus shall flow our lives forever. Like two gently gurgling rills. Breathing poeOT and too-too. And her dad shall foot the bills. Hoid acl Losing the trip. There arc some who have inher ited so much toughness of fiber that they are sure to hohl on until suc cess is assured. Nothing can dis courage them or briiin dismay. They have a faith in ultimate success which amounts to assurance. It they make a hundred failures they strike An their feet like a cat thrown out of a window. The Mexicans said that General Taylor' didn't know when he was whipped. Of course not. He had toughness of fiber. He was not in the field to be defeated, but to win success, and he did win. general Grant said he would ' fight it out on that line if it took all sum mer." That declaration was the mire proijheey of success. Defeat was not admitted into the pro gramme, lie will hold on and tighten the grip. The more despe rate the ouilook the firmer the hold. He wiil never let go. There is a beautiful allegory or fact, as one may interpret it in the Scriptures, of Jacob wrestling with the angel, and would not let go his hold until he had obtained what he was strug gling for. The old patriarch had a strong grip. He was an early type of success a man of faith and action. He wrestled, held on and prevailed. The men w ho succeed in the pro fessions have tli is strong grip. Gen ius is not an element of positive success. There have been no greater failures made in this woild than by men of genius who lacked grip and slaying power. What is needful is the power to hold on, and if need he, to grub at the very roots of things until victory comes. Lawyers succeed in that way. The most suc cessful members of the bar have this toughness of fiber. Clients know that these men will hold on and wring a victory from the very jaws of defeat, if possible. They go to them in time of trouble not because they arc men ot genius, but because they have pluck, toughness, fiber, the power to fight it out on that line "if it takes all summer." When it is said of one that if he meets with any discouragements "he will drop the I tools and run," it may be set down that no great success will crown his efibrtc Somewhere lie muf t right his battle lor life. The men who run away don't live to fight their battles another day, as "Iludibras" has it. They may live, but they don't fight at all. When it is said that one has good fighting blood in him, the best of qualities has been described, pro vided his pluck and comage have been rightly directed. The success ful men of the world have made scores of failures. Bnt they did not let go for all that. There is a sig nificant saying in California about certain men, that they have "gone over the grade." Why go over at all ? In the more essential fact, the man who has this tenacity, this power to hold on, never goes over the grade. That is, he is just as much of a man after he has made a series of failures as he was before. In fact lie is probably stronger. There was a re;ent case of suicide in this city of a young man who left behind him a note, which by any fair interpretation, ment that he had lost his grip, and for that reason de clined to lay hold again. It was a declaration of a lack of pluck,, cour age, endurance, with an indication of disappointment signifying a neglec ted genius one who had failed to win a fair recognition. Without knowing anything special of the cir cumstances of the man, the case may be taken as a typical one. He did not propose to fight it out on any line for success, but let go his hold and dropped out of-the world. No doubt, the kind of reasoning here disclosed shows a morbid and un healthy mind. Hut this very condi tion comes from gloomy introspec tion, from brooding over a want of success and taking it to h.eart. In the long run, every man who has eonrage, pluck and endurance will find his plaee,. or at least one where he will win a fair measure of appre ciation. Men who achieve marked success bide their time. How long have the seeat artists of the world waited for success? Scholars- and literary! men have fought their way in obseur iiy for y?is. No doubt, some fields are more promising for literary men than others. But it is a part of the business of one wanting recogni tion and appreciation, to find his field to fight for the occupation. If one sort of work does not win, try another, Until the right vocation has been found. Suppose a young man tries liteiature, the most uncertain of all vocations. He does not suc ceed, lie imagines he does good work, but it is not wanted. Does the world neglect him more than others?Nota bit; the world does not care for one's pretentions. It only wants to know who can do certain kinds of work better than others. It may be slow in finding this out. But it does find it out in the long run. The man who lets go his grip, be cause he has not succeeded, and leaves the world as a suicide, shows that his jiidgemen! has been strange ly at fault. He has undervalued life, has trifled with it, and he goes out of the world more as a trifh-r than as an earnest and courageous man. There is no belter moral for such cases. It is a running away on the battlefield from duly and from life, and that is the realistic view which every brave and healthy soul is compelled to take of such instan ces. The failures of life are a part of its discipline. Soldiers who suffer defeat are a' I the better because they have been nnder fire; and there will cornea time when these veterans will surely win the victory. In the long run, every defeat becomes a condi tion of success if it is rightly turned to account. Somewhere in the world every good man and woman is wanted. Their work, life, patient and courageous example, arc wanted. The men who let go the grip, leav ing senlHicnial notes behind, leave nothing which can be helpful to those who are still fighting the battle. There is no example of foititnde, courage or high endeavor. Of those who go by suicide because they have become insane from infirmities which could not be helped, nothing is said here. Bnt letting go the grip be cause there is a conviction that there is a lack of appreciation, it is little to say that they have undervalued life and have not had the eonrage to fight the battle for success. Morning Bulletin. forthern Pacific B. D. Lands. What is demanded of the Northern Pacific Railroad, says the Ectst Oreionian, is that the com pany be compelled to convey their lands to the actual settler at a maxi mum appraised value 2 50 per acre. At the time the last extension was granted the Northern Pacific Com pany agreed to sell their lands at this figure. Greed and extortion, however, will always find means to avoid their engagements where they have no conscience to appease. The Northern Pacific, the Oregon Im provement and the Oregon Railway and Navigation companies . have formed a mutual benefit association and are playing into each others hands as against the people's inter est. In Whitman county, W. T., sham sales of these lands have been made by the Northern Pacific Com pany to the Oregon Improvement at $2 60 per acre, while that company appraises the land to the actual settler at from $10 to $15 per aere. This practice the company will folloir up as they come into pos session of the lands by completing sections of the road. The settler cannot pay this extortionate sum and the result is the company will rob him of his lands and obtain the ben efit of his improvements and outlay of money. The people of this country, Republicans as well as Democrats, equally see their danger and are equally anxious to avoid it. To this end is proposed that printed petitions be circulated in every vot ing precinct in Eastern Oregon and Washington petitioning Congress, as above stated, that in case a futher and unmerited extension is granted the Northern Pacific that it be coupled with a ; proviso, unambiguous in its terms and not permitting of evas ion, compelling a sale of these lands to the pioneer who redeems them at the maximum rate of $2 60 per acre. We hope and believe the general press will "spread the good work." Colored umbrellas to match the suit of the wearer 're coming into fashion. This is truly unfortunate. Hereafter the man who steals an umbrella will be obliged to go to the expense of buying a suit of clothes to match it unless, indeed, he can steal the suit when he steals the umbrella. Doctor, to nervous patient; "Whvt? You are afraid of being buried before life is extinct? Nonsense ! .You take what I prescibe, and drive snch foolish notions out of your head. Such a thing never happens with my patients." CHILI C0L0RAD0S. "I declare," said Julia, ''you take the words right out of jny mouth." "No won der they are sweet," said Henry. The day was set that evening. A tart compliment : "Don't you think that Miss Brown is a very sweet girl f ask ed Henry. "Oh, yes, very sweet," replied Jane; "that is to say, she is well preserved. " Child "Herr Pastor, my mother studs me to say that my father died to-night." Pastor "Did yon call a doctor f "No, Herr Pastor, he died of himself." Go-man Paper. "There is one thing I will say for poor old Simpkins," remarked a brother journ alist at the funeral, "it he was a liar he was a gentlemanly liar." New York Com mercial Advertiser. Short: " Adolphus, let us leave the avenue and, stroll along the margin of the river." "Not any, Evangeline; no more margins for me." (Adolphus had been speculating in futures that week.) Class in history: Teaeher "Who was the first man f First boy "George Wash ington." Teacher "Next." Second boy--"Adam." First boy (indignantly) "I didn't know you meant foreigners." "Do you think I am a fool ':" a violent man once asked of Rev. Dr. Bethune. "Really," replied the doctor, "I would not venture the assertion, but now that you ask my opinion, I must say that I am not pre pared to deny it !" Amelia "You may talk about your city fellows, but give me a beau from the coun try !" Juliet --"And why do you want a country beau. I should -love to hear ?' Amelia "Because, sis, he's very likely to become a husbandman!" Fond parent, almost bursting iuto tears: "Angelina, my lo.e, I have bad news for yuu. Heaven knows, my child, I would spare you the sorrow if I could, but lil witt" Daughter "Speak quickly ! My love, my promised husband" Food pa rent "Is a gambler ! !" Daughter "O, pa, is heiueky ':" A young curate having preached before his vicar for the first time, asked that worthy at the closs of the service which passage in his sermon he thought the best, to which the vicar made reply: "Your passage from the vestry to the pulpit was very fine; but ommend me to that from the pulpit to the vestry for down right heart-relieving effect. " Chrllian AdrocaU-. Two "loafers" iu the Jardiu des Plautes are staring at the boa constrictor, which, after the fashion of boa constrictors, has curled its tail up at the tip, "Hallo!" says one loafer, "why has he tied himself in a knot ?" The other man reflects for a mo ment and then replies: "Oh, that's because there was something he wanted to remem ber." And they both went on staring. Cham. Mr. Lincoln was aske.l which of two programmes for his inauguration ha preferr ed. Throwing one leg over the back of the chair, he told "a story:" "When I was practicing law in Illinois, a client of mine, a peculiar sort of a fellow, was brought be fore the court and the Judge aske.l him: 'Do you swear or affirm?' 'Mr. Judge,' my client repied, 'I da't care a curse which." Together they were looking over the paper. "Oh, my, how funny." she said. "What is it ?" he asked. "Why, here's an adver tisement that says: 'No reasonable offer re fused."' "What's so odd about that?" "Nothing, nothiAg," she replied, trying to blush, "only those are exactly my senti ments." If that young man hain't taken the hint and proposed right then and there she would have hated him. Jlnnz Sentine7. i Q n m&L Scientists now all admit that most diseases are cau-:ed bv disordered Kidneys or liver, and that if theNe grjat organs are kept in a perfect condition, health will lie the result. WAKNl.it'S SA.F.2 KID NEY AND LIVER CURE Is made from a Simple Tropical Leaf OF RARE VALUE, And Is a POSITIVE Remedy Troubles : lor the following Fain in the Baek; Severe Headr.clies; Dizziness; Bloating; ItifJemcd Eyes; A Tired reeling-; Sight Sweats; Pains in the Lower Part of tSse Cody; FitSpiMtum oi me Herri; jsiiruiee; Gravel; Painful L'rinxtioe; Ma. larial Fever; Fever and Ague; And al! diseases caused by the Kidneys, Liver or Urinary Organs being out of order. It is a SAFE and CERTAIN cure for ail Female difficulties-, such a., Leucorrfctea: Iflfiaraadon f 'ic Womfc; Failing ot ".-, Wnnib; llctratlcsi at Uie Womb. It will control andrcgnlate Menstruation, and if an excellent and safe remedy for "females during: preg nancy. ! As a I"0'd Purifier il is uneqiraled, for it cures the organ that MAKE the blood. For BoBs; Garboncls; Scrofula; "whica SttsI liaf; SaK Ekeam; PcissaSng ly ifer- ! HEW GOODS! 0. H. WHITNEY & CO. Having recently located in Corvallis, we take pleasure in announcing to the trading public that we have just opened our Spring stock of Dry Goods, Furnishing- Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps. ALSO A FULL LINE OF It is certain in every eac. Crag C24 For leconsinenrr; Tsruclrarei Pains ia the tolas, acd all Simi lar Disease.", It is a safe, sure and quick Cure. It is the only known remedy that lias cured Bright Disease. As a proof of the parity and worth of this Great Natural Remedy, read the following CHE SIC A L A Si A I V SIS: S. A LA.TTIMORS, Ph. D-, I L. D., Professor of Chemistry in the University oi Rochester, N. Y. , Knowing the popniarity and merit of Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure, aitr a thorough Chemical Analysis, has furnished the fo lowing statement: UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER, Chemical Laboratory, ROCHESTER, N. Y., Jan. s, 1SS0. Hr. II H. Warner has placed in my possession the formula of the medicine manufactured and soid by him under the general tteigna'-OH of .WAKVKU'rf SAFE- KIDNEY AMI L1VLK CUKE. 1 have imea :..., ku nwnuM nf mnmifictsn. which are con' dOeua Wllia extreme ? nuu m-wi uus w Methods. I have a'so taken from Ids laboratory samt 7les of all the materials used in the preparation o this medicine, and upon critical examination I finf them, a we'd as the medicine into which they enterd to he entire'. .- free froji poisonous Or deleterious sub, stance;. ' S, A LATTMOEE. This Remedy which has done such wonders, is p- t up in thj LA KG EST SIZED DOTTLE of any medi cine U'.m: the MaE.-et, and is sold by Druggists and all dealers at SI. 25 per- Lottie. For Diabetes enquire for WARNEK'S SAFE DIA3&TLS CUKE. It is a POSITIVE Remedy. H. H. WARMER & CO. Khfivl. Rochester X. Y. ! Dress Goods, s, Satins, Fringes, Laces, Buttons, Corsets. POETLAND BUSINESS COLLEGE. (OW ' NATIONAL," Established 1806.) 12S Front St., Between Washington and Alder, PORTLAND, - - OREGON. A. P. ARMSTRONG. J. A. WESCO Principal. . . . Penman and Secretary. Designed for the business education of both sexes. Students admitted on any week day of the year. Ke examij'iatian oiv entering. RATES OF TUITION : SCHOLARSHIP, Business Course, .00 00 TELEGRAPHY, Complete Conrse 25 00 WRITING, per month S Pen-Work Of all kinds done in the most artistic manner, at' rea sonable rates. Send for estimate. The "College Journal," containing information of Course, and cut of ornamental penmanship, free. Address A P. ARMSTRONG, Lock Box 104, Portland. Oregon. t&"l cheerfully recommend the present manage ment of the Portland Business Colles-e. Mr. Arm strong, whom I have known for many years, is an experienced teacher and a practical business man. H. M. DeFRANCE, Pres. old "National" College. 18:31-yl Our stock has been selected with the greatest care, and for quality and cheapness is second to none. Having a resident buyer in the leading markets we are enabled to purchase latest style goods at lowest prices. Call and ex amine our stock before purchasing, and save from o2 Cent, OX PURCHASES BY DEALING AT OUR E STORE. 0. H. WHITNEY & CO, 1 0: 1 4 v 1 THE YAQTJINA HOUSE ! Is now prepared 'o accommodate travelers IN FIRST-CLASS STYLE. MEALS AT ALL HOURS FOR ONLY 25 CENTS. HOESE FEED Constantly on hand, at the LOWEST LIVING RATES. Situaued on the Yaquina Road, half way from Corvallis to Newport. 19:12m3. P. BRYANT. a a o - fcc I g I 0 a i .2 o i I 53 U 0 D cO o a t a c s s a a - - - ill a Cm 5 a s f -S 8 s S 3 s. -3 5 NEW BUSINESS! Mountain View MILK DAIRT 25 Cents per Grallon, WHEN REQUIRED FOR INFANTS, THE MIL of one cow will be furnished. Milk warranted PURE. LISTEN FOR THE BELL! A. O. MULKEY, Proprietor. Corvallid. January 7, 1880. 16:21ml, MONEY TO LOAN. $50,0001 On Approved security. Apply to W. A. WELLS, a the Mammoth Warehouse, Corvallis, Oreffon. 19:Syl. V J SALE STABLE. ytnin St., Corvallis, Orrgoa. Neatness ! Cheapness ! Punctuality! 8W ype Mew Material ! SOL. KING, Propr, AN FRANCISCO PRICES! OWNING BOTH BARNS I AM PREPARED TO oiler superior accomnioJationa i:i the Livery linn. Always ready for a drive, QOOD T ID .A- VI H At Low Hates. My stables are firjt-elass ;n every reject, and cm pstent ami ottHgnig hn-itlcrs always ready to serve the puolic, REASONABLE CHARGES FOR HIRE. Prticular Attention Paid Id Boarduij Horses. ELEGANT HEATlsn, CABUIAOE8 AND HACKS FOR FUNERAEH. Corvallis, June 21, 1S31. 18:25tf. CITV OlSPESNiiiV, KicliarcT Grraliain, .... DEALERS IN .... DRUGS MEDICINES, CHFxMIOALS FANCY and TOILET ARTICLES, Sponges, lirusli.es Perfumery, Paints, Oils, Etc., Etc. PHVSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY completed, and orders answered with care and dis patch. Farmers and phwsicians from the country, will find our stock of Medicines complete, warranted genuine and of the best quality. Corvallis, April 7, 1880. 17:15tf PATENTS. F. A. Lehmann. Solicitor of American and Foreign Patents, Washington, D. C. All business connected with Patents, whether before the Patent Office or the Courts, promptly attended to. No charge made un less a patent is secured. Scud for circular. 18:44tf J,L KINDS OF JOB WORK DONE at thi office; Letter heads, etc. Having added a large and well assorted lot of new Job Type, Borders Machinery, etc., to our Job Office, we are now prepared to do all kinds of -AND- Plain and Ornamental ! You need not send away for job work as we will do it in the best style and as cheap as any Print! r on the Coast. CARDS, STATEMENTS, CIRCULARS, POSTERS, BILL HEADS, NOTE HEADS, LETTER HEADS, DUNS, NOTES, PAMPHLETS, BOOKS, RECEIPTS, PROGRAMMES, FUNERAL NOTICES, ETC Leal Blanks in Stock. ALL JOB PRINTING C. 0. D fBt Gall and Examine Samples. All orders from a distance attended to promptly. Send for Estimates G-azette Job Office, Corvallis, Oregon J. W. HANSON, MERCHANT fNcxt door North of old Gazette Office, coi:vallis, . OREGON. Pantaloons made to order of Oregon Goods for 7.50. EngUsh Goods, 11. French, 14. t3rStuU from $J0 to $60. TEJ Cleaning and Repairing done at Ecaonabl Kates. 18:51yl PIANOS "For beauty of tone, touch and action, I have never seen their equal." CLARA LOUISE KELLOGG. "The Knabc-" Is absolute y the bcM piano made. A. L. BAKCRCFT & CC. 721 Market Street, S. F. Sole Agents for the Pacific Coast. 19:8m3 TO THE S!fK M AFFIKTET! AND ESPECIALLY Those Suffering from Debility, Nervous Prostration, Loss of Vitality, Sexual Infirmities, Etc., Etc. THE ORKAT XEFD THOSE HAVE WHO ARK bUflcrinirlromSKXUAI. AND NERVOUS OM I'l.AIN'Trt ii a physician who can comprehend their ailments and successfully treat them. The general practitioner is not sufficiently skilled in these clause of troubles to do so and it must he left to the SPECIALIST, who by education, long practice, thorough knowledge and couiprehciuslt e mind, U prepared to cure them. DR. J. C. YCliNG Opened his now celebrated Institute in 1850 for the portion of allor lnv; the arreted the certainty of honorable and skillful treatment and perfect and permanent restoration, and for over 36 years it haa sustained the first rank not only upon this Coast but throughout the civilized world. 1 am aware that bv dwelling upon so uninviting a subject ai the DECAY" OF SEXUAL VIGOR the gmraat may asperse my motive, but the desire to inform those who are saOer ins through ignorance, or who by eare cssness or want of knowledge that a eur can be had, are not only harrying them scire to an untimely grave, bnt giving sexual weaknesi as an inheritance to future genera tions, is too great an incentive to permit me to be silent. svrantoms. IF YOU ARE SUFFF.RINO FROM N IGIIT LOSS ES NERVOUSNESS, WEAKNESSES, CONFUSION OF MIND, SLIGHT LOSSES WHEN UNDER EX CITEMENT, VARIABLE TEMPER, TREMBLING. PALPITATION, FLUSHES, &c, OR IF YOU HAVE 1'RACTIC'iD SELF-ABUSE EVEN IN THE SLIGHT EST PARTICULAR you are suffering from the Dread Enemy of Human Life, And should not hesitate to seek at once health and happiness in a cure. CURES GUARANTEED, FEES MODERATK CONSULTATION BY LETTER OR OTHERWISE. FREE. Exclusively Vegetable Rmedies I'scd. o Ladles You are especially liable to suffering from NER -OUS PROSTRATION. All your peculiar complaints are nervous in their origin and hence your sufferings are terribly depressing or inexpressibly keen. I ho Doctor in his researches and practice of NERVOUS. TROUBLES has u-.ade your orgenizatit n a special study and is thus enabled from his experience and knowledge to aid and cure you in any of the Troubles. Weaknesses, Distresses and Suf feringsto whi h you ace liable. 43-You will And in the Doctor a friend upon whom you can rely lor comfort, aid and cure. Dr. Young's F' niaio Remedies have attained a reputation for efficiency unequalled by any medicine or medical prescription ever offered. They can be sent by mail or express. Those desiring personal care and attention can have all necessary accommodations furnished. -o- Letters. Those who cannot visit the city can by giving their symptoms in their own way, receive advice, and when' desired, treatment at home with erery assurance or a cure. LETTERS RETURNED OR DESTROYED. Address, a-- DR. J. C. YOUNG, ncdkai Institute, So. 7 Stockton St. San Francisco, Feb. 21, 1882. STEAYED. From the undersigned, livingat Monroe, the follow ing described horses : one sorrel mare about fifteen hands high, star in forehead, heavy in foal full pop eve: old looking and hard to catch. Had with her when she left a lrk iron gray horse colt Any per son giving information of their whereabouts will be suitably rewarded. Address he undersigned at Mon roeBenton County. Oregon. The Star Bakery ! MAIN STREET, CORVALLIS, - OREGON"- P. N.flEROlF, PROPRIETOR. FAMILY SUPPLY STORE. GROCERIES, BREAD, CAKES, PIES, CANDIES, TOYS, &a Always on hand. lS:I61y.