The Corvallis gazette. (Corvallis, Or.) 1862-1899, September 16, 1898, Image 2

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Issued Every Friday Morning by
F M JOUNSAN ft n MANTAfHP lack of clothing and neglect
m- JUN & 0. 0RTA6U.t geaerally by the govennnent of
Publisher?. j 0itr soldiers, very few eoinplaints
' j are ever made by the boys. They j
F. M, JOHNSON, , Editor and Manager i,ave more sense than the news-!
. . - i paper correspondents, for they 1
CO.RVALUS, OREGON, Sept. 16, 189S did not, nor do they now, expect
. . , . . -.. !ta sleep on feather beds in airy t
ABOUT PENSIONS :bed rooms, perfumed with the j
The Oregonian's continued
harangue over the pension ques
tion is getting to be monotonous.
a ' . -.n i i '1 1
nnnttnnt i-l-.r i-l Hinr onr t-,1 11 nnrcf !
A W i , r.1 I I II. I. Ill, L.11LI , ,
and roared as badly as
a nlafl ,
bull in. a china shop.
The oulv aoparent damage
. 1 1
done has been the befouling its j
own quarters, for congress still
8"" un pensioning 1:1c "1 v,sul- ,
01 tne late reneliion wun "rciu
regdlz
. . . , .
tenty, even passing hundreds
or pn
ivate Dins wnen justice 10 u.c
veteranscouldnot be obtained un
der the general laws. For a good
newspaper, so ably conducted as
the Oreuoniau, to take the stand
it has upon this question is shame
ful. There is no excuse what
ever for its cynicism, its malig
nant diatribes and unpatriotic
utterances against the system and
its worthy beneficiaries.
It the person writing t.ie cnuo-
rials on pensions and pensioners I sitting in cosy offices thou
had ever tried to get himself or !'ds cf mUes from the active
a comrade on the pension roll be a whn t1pver smeit
would know a irreat deal more
about it than he now noes, it beaHS) bacon an(j hardtack,
is supremely ludicrous and ndic- gre al unanimous jn their de
ulous to assert that the roll is nul,ciatjon of thg conduct of the
made up by iraud and perjury. . tQ make it appear
The pension bureau puts up nj. and death had beetl
all the bars possible to keep t.ie ated for the especial pur-
applicant of the nation s bounty ; 1 q destroying al onl- troops,
from becoming enrolled among vIeanwhile the bovs keep quiet,
thein, withholding evidence i ,uk1 write home to relatives and
record in the war department, frieuds that thev do not sanction
which righttuuy oeiougs to nun
and in many ways harass and
prolong the case as far as possible.
The Oregoniau ought never to
look a veteran or his widow and
children in the face without
blushing tor the unjust ana cruei
., . i i m-
things said of them.
FREE SIEVE H DEAD.
Tnnrnnl i
claims to have authentic infor-
mation that Senator Mitchell j
will be a candidate before the !
next Legislature for United !
States Senator and that he has
32 Republican members pledged
to him. Bah what rot. It
would be nearer the truth to have
said that he lacked 32 of having
any pledged.
We spposed that everybodv in
regon knew that the S;lVer issue
dead, and that ex-Senator
Orego
was
aotcneii surterea inarucnia
mortis with the balance of. the i
free Silver forces. The same I
authority claims out of the 90
members comprising the two
branches of the legislature, 63
are Republicans and 27 Silver-
ltes
Now let's see if there isi
any real basis for this political j
forecast. The Senate is com- j
posed of 2 People's party, 3 Demo-
crats, 1 Union, 1 Mitchell Republi- '
can and 23 Republicans. The ;
House is made up 5 Unionists,
3 People's party, 5 Silver Repub
licans, 5 Democrats, and 42
Republicans. If one Mitchell
Republican in the Senate be
added to tke 5 Silver Republican j
votes - in the House Senator i
Mitchell would have 6 votes
instead of 23 if he could control
them all. If the one Unionist
,wrc.auu . a
the Senate be classed as Silver-
ites, then with the 5 Mlvcr Re-
nublicans 01 the House o votes
all would support his candidacy.
But for argument let us suppose
he can control the 2 People's,
the 1 Unionist and one Mitchell
Republican of the Senate, four in
all, and the 5 Unionists, 3 Peo
pie's party and 5 Silver Republi -
cans of the House unite with the
4 votes of. the Senate then he
would have 17 votes instead of
23, as couuted for him by the
Mining Journal. Uoes anyone
for one moment believe that . increased demand for mauufac-ex-Senator
Mitchell can control j tt,red products. Astorian.
or tht he can get one of the 23 j , .
Reoublican votes of the Senate, :
or one of the 42 Republican votes WeekIV Crop Bulletin,
of the House? If so he must Prunes are now rapidly dropping
verily be an optimist of the most i from the trees, and drying is in
brilliant type. It is not expected I full operation in all orchards. The
that the 3 Democrats of the prune crop is larger than usual;
Senate and the s Democrats of here ar? 110t ellou?h lVrs to
the House will support the
ex-oenator s seiiatonai aspuci
tions.
Senator Mitchell has
done much for Oregon and Ore
gon has done much f ar tjenator fQ crop promises to be very large. is straggling from the march ot
Mitchell. The balance is in Con) fa maturiug. Apples are Progress."
favor of the state and ought tojbejng picked Peaches, pears,!
have been realized upon, butjmejonSi etc, are being shipped in Japan favors America retaining
when the moment of supreme j arge quantities. Fall-seeding has the Philippines, and it seems very
peril for the state and nation commenced. Farm work of all ! likely that the United States, in
arrived, cx-Senator Mitchell was j kinds is well advanced, and soon assuming the control ot the
found training with the disorgau- the farmer will rest after a most islands, will receive the moral sup
izers, the wild-eved fanatics on 1 successful crop year and harvest. ! port if not the active co-operation
the wrong side', and in fact of Japan and Great Britain.
was one of the most eloquent Qne of est wheat bRs
of the champions of free Sil-j tho wor,d u thc Walla Walla j Colonel Hay, the retiring Dm.
ver. The ex-senator knew! , . , it . ,r,.iv j ted States ambassador, and MrB.
better than that 50 cents worth
of silver was as good as $1.00 in
gold, and his championship of
McKmley in 189b lost many
votes for the Republican standard
bearer in Oregon.
Tt i our ommon tliat no man
in Oregon that has prostituted
his talents in tne interests 01
free Silver can ever be elected
United States senator of Oregon.
4 TEMPEST ljf A TEAPOT.
One very noticeable thing in j
all this clamor about bad am! mas county, it is reported, win m
; short rations, unhealthy camps, j troduee a bill to provide for call-
spices of the Orient, or spena
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their leisure Hours on 1 ivtkish to tneir auties imuer me wunhu
divans, upholstered with the lav- ! tion and they sbould each be paid
ish splendor of the sultan's a
narem.
They (the boys) did not
hr fed 011 doves' ;
t.v. - cc h, , mmincr hirrls and
i.?a:' CPf hfr.rp
lilt I ri ii it ui n . . v
! them the costlv old wines of ex-
elusive vintage so indulged in by
princes who part their hair in
iniddle.
wear tne monocle over
pi p nnrl have their
.Lilt Jlini. ) ......
. morning
answering to roll cull or
guard mounting. Men expect,
when they enter the army, to get
sick, to die of disease, and some
expect even to get wounded,
others to be killed 011 the battle
field, and to endure hardships
like brave men. Put the irre
sponsible quill-drivers for sensa
tional journals, chronic grum
blers, disgruntled politicians, and
, f - , neWSpaner edit-
,5.i.nv.J vy - ww
Apr nor ivisted for ill Oil
ths
, sensational reports being so
freely published throughout the
country.
So much has been said about
our recruits in San Francisco
that Governor Lord made a
. . . , for u
innrnose of investifration. He
purpose
I reports fully that the boys are j
' well clothed, fed and cared for,
both in caniD and hospital, found I
very few sic!;, and all as happy
as they could be, while waiting
for transportation to Manila. It
is irksome for the boys to be kept
so long away from their com
mand, but thev are all bearing
the disappointment like brave
tlmi- thrv nre anrl are1
satisfied with thel officers and j
the treatment received at their
j hands, and expressed a desire not
to be reported as growlers and
I grumblers, believing that the
pros uku mjuicu, ,auJ u.uu
aided them, in its persistent,
wailings.
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THE WHEAT CROP-
j
The comparison of the wheat 1
yields in the United States since
with the yield of the present !
yeari the spring crop being esti- j
mated, is as follows: i
Bushels. '
1890 399,292,000
1801 611,780,000 i
1 So 2 5l5.QJQ.coo
1893 396,132,000
is94 400,207,000
ioys ,u,.v,A ,
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l807 SO.IJ.Q.COO
,898 700.000,000
These estimates are verified by
the various state crep reports
which are beinp-sent on t. i he
total estimatea yieia 111 Minnesota
and Dakota this ycar is 2I0)000.
GOO bushels as against 143,000,-
and Kansas crops will be the
iargest since 1893. The heavy
! crops jn Oregon and Washington
Lh more than make up for the
bad crops in California. With
isnch a bountiful harvest at hand
;aHd tlie probabiiity Gf little de-
crease in the European demand
' the prosperity of the farmer js
, 'ed. and when the American
farmer prospers all industrial ! r
activities are quickened bv the
1 1 1 1 ik.
Small
lots, of
wheat and oats
are vet to be
j
.1 i -.1 tl. -..... ;,. 1
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ever, yi auiiuctii v actuicu. tuiaiu,
dured in tAe big building at the
cominsr Oreaon Industrial Exposi-
lion at Porthmd, Sept. 22 to Oct
22. There will be a panoramic
j vjew Qf a the country penetrated
1 by the O. R. & N. lines, and every-
thins will be true to nature, ana
there will be samples of soils and
the staples they produce. It will
be a handsome and valuable
exhibit.
SHOULD BS AMENDED.
Senator Brownell, of Glacka-
ing a constitutional convenuou.
itls to be hoped that k will pass
and become a law. This state
nced:; more tliau any other one
thing anew constitution. We
have too many commissions upon
which the governor, secretary
of state and treasurer serve. The
functions of these three state offi-
cials should be entirely aevuieu
. ., . .1,, rt,.f.tifn.
respectable salary ana no p-i-
quisites. l oo mucn power is now
r.-ith t ie executive in tne
way of appointments. The rail
road commissioners ,if retained,
the regents of the State Univer
sity "and Agricultural College
should, each and all be elected
Dv tne people.
Members ot tne
Qpnntp nnrl House or KeDresen-
. . . . . - J.
tatives should either be com-
pelled to serve without pay, or
be paid a respectable and self
sustaining salary. They should
be paid, say a salary of $300 for
their term, and 5 cents per mile
for each mile actually traveled,
and the session not limited.
Forty days is too short a term in
which to propose, amend and pass
bills that are to become laws ot
value to the growing common
wealth. Coming Events.
State convention of Washington
Republicans, Tacoma, Sept. 21.
Oregon Industrial Exposition,
Portland, Sept. 22 to Oct 22.
Walla Walla Fruit Fair, Oct. 4.
Spokane Fruit Fair, Oct. 4 to 15.
Iiilcnnountaiii Stale Fair, Boise,
Idaho, October 3 to S.
Washington Stale Fair, North
Yakima, Sept, 2G to Oct. 2.
Oregon State Fair, Salem, Sep
tember 22 to 30.
Newbere. Or., Fair, October 1?
to 21. j
Opening of medical department
of Willamette University, Saiem, I
October 3.
Fall term University of Oregon!
begins Sep. ember 19.
Oregon Agricultural College
Entrance examinations', September
matneulal ion, September 21;
fajj ,erm begins, September 22;
.vinipr term beius. January 3.
1899; spring term begins, April
G, 1S99.
Tacoma Carnival, September 20
to 2i.
Fair of Eastern Oregon Agri
cultural Association, lirst district.
Union, October 10.
State convention
of OregOM
Emergency Corps and the Red
Cross Society, Portland, Sept 22.
' n Annua, .air fcecmiu oou u e. n
iiT y,Jtom
l1'', of tuthern Oregon
A.nitoi SnPi. Un1
, ,Splll 37-October 1.
State convention of Baptist
Church, Brownsville, October 17.
Meeting of Presbytery of Wil
lamelle, Independence, Oct. 11.
Willamette annual conference
of Weslevan Methodist Church,
Newberg, Or., September 21-25.
Oregon state convention W. C.
T. U.. Eugene. October 4-7.
-
one of the most magnificent
flonts which will be seen in the
l,i,.,,iacf fj1ival niirnrli whip It
openg th Spokane Fruit Fair on
the 4lh of next moih wjII be the
one wn,cn ,hG Knights ot rytUias
! are pre pain ng. uie uesign win
. .. . i- t
(emblem of the order. In
th tht hlnssam will be
lseat - eij a member of the Rathbone
,ua rliiYVic 'in1 llniUDl'C
rmm her head makin- the Distils!
rf the fiower The" ,.est 0f the
float will be trimmed with ainaller
I will be a mounted guard of honor j Mrs. Chenewith is taking care
in lull ansient costume. There ! of Carry Fowler, at present, who
will bo a mounted force preceding j is demented.
j the float as attendants upon Dr. The hop-pickers had ;t candy
E. Weldon Young of Seattle, the pul at th Heitkeimer camp on
grand chancellor of the orde. the last night of camping,
There will also be a turn out of Dr j.. jg buiIdin a new
the Uniform Bank in full fore w fe wag b Qn h
gmng fancy drills. I his lv. of r. Mondav Lnrken Price is boss
i .PWrfSSSS
mal
1KO a I It 11 uivisiuii in me uigciii j
izalion of the march.
The Hatchet. speaking editorially
about ready prints, hits the nail
squarely on the head in the follow
ing: "In no line has progress made
itself more apparent than in the
newspaper world and the enterpris
ing publi her lias today wonderful
facilities at his command if he
will but free himself from preju
juice, lxeauy set plate mailer can
' HOW he had fresher and choicer
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than mir a re race small naner can
i set it. and the country nublisher
-j -
ho docs not use an auxiliary print
Hay left London yesterday for
Liverpool, whence they will sail
for New York on the White Star
line steamer, Teutonic.
Attorney J. Fred Yates, Prof.
Craw'ord,Prof. Fulton and Harry
Walden were over from Corvallis
last evening to attend the Knights
Templar meeting. Albany Her
aid, 15th.
LATEST NEWS.
The President has determined
upon a Philippine policy, and the
peace commission has been in
structed. It may become necessary for us
to hold the entire Philippine
group.
General Shatter has made a dc
tailed report of the Santiago cam
paign. A terrible hurricane swept the
Barbadoes, wrecking thousands of
houses. Three hundred lives lost
on the island of St. Vincent.
General Zurlinden, French mi 11
isler of war, will resign on Satur
day, the 17th. The Dreyfus case
will be reopened.
Spain fears that ths United
Slates will call upon her for
$20,000,000 tvar indemnity.
TsSLT. VIEW NEWS.
Spencer Bickuell is still on the
lookout lor a team of horses.
School at Mount View has not
commenced y t, but expects to
soon.
Farmers in these part have
about finished hauling all their
grain oft".
Mrs. Nancy Bates, sister of Doc
Jackson, is visiting her father in
Corvallis.
John Taylor is not well, and
went to see the doctor over at
Albany the latter part of last
week.
Dewey has called for ships at
Manila. Looks as it we were
going to have trouble with Ger
many y. t.
Mrs. Cynthia Jackson is very
sick. We understand she went
to Alba:-.v to have a surgical oper
ation perlormed this week. Their
m.iuv friends wish lor her early
recorery.
PHILOMATH ITEMS.
Henry Ambler has moved into
the city,
Public school will open next
Tuesday.
- .
rrot. JimencK nas locaieu in
the J. R. Parker residence.
W. H. Bryan is operating a
prune dryer near JelFerson.
Mrs. Charles Winant left for
her home in Newport Monday.
Mrs. George Bethers, of New
port, is in tho city visiting rela
tives,
S. L. Garnsea, an experienced
wagon maker, has located on Main
street.
Prof. J. J. Bryan and wife
teaching in the graded school a!
Bandon, Coos county.
Rev. WJT,
ifstPnU
Taylor lias pur-
will build a resi-
omath.
Mrs. Nellie Beckwith and chil
dren, ol Corvallis, were the guests
of Mrs. A. M. Grey, on South
Marys river, last week.
The directors have purchased a
fine bell fer the public schojl
house, and are having two cloak
rooms built. Robert McFarlan, ol
Summit, is employed to erect the
buildings and mount the bell.
KIJSTC3-S VALLEY ITEMS
Townsend will
finish picking
hops Thursday
Wilson Bump has over a week's
noD nicking vet
Link Allen finished picking:
j hoPs Wednesday.
Dick Rodsers has moved into
! his new house before finishim; the-
iniilo
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w
- ut. a t !
SShT 1
William liowfey antl wile are
nearly ready to leave us for the
i East. They leave a Most of friends,
having lived here 16 years, who
will greatly miss them.
Bud Price on Wednesday started
to wade across the Luckiamute,
when he stepped in a hole and
came near drowning. Willie Gra
ham went to his rescue.
Geo. Heitkeimer finished pick
ing hops on Tuesday, which are
first class. He had between 800
and 900 boxes. Seven days did the
work. Jesse Yost was the popu
lar yard boss.
The best apple trees always
have the most clubs about then,
and the greatest number of
broken limbs.
It is what men save, not what
they make, that gives them
standing in commercial circles.
It is not what we need, but
what we think we need, that
makes us slaves.
WANTED SEVERAL TRUST
worthy persoHs ju tn;s state to
manage our business in their town and
nearby counties. It is mainly office work
conducted at home. Salary straight $900
a year and expenses definite, bona fide,
no more, no less salary. Monthly
$75. References. Enclose self-addressed
stamped envelope, Herbert E. Hess,
Prest., Dept. M, Chicago, 111.
Premiums) FD
HOW TO PROCURE THEM:
From September 3. 1898, to January 1, 1899,
Parties purchasing the largest amounts for cash
will be awarded the following premiums, viz.:
FIRST PREMIUM:
A $20.00 SuitOvercoat or Mackintosh.
SECOND PREMIUM:
A $15.00 SuitOvercoat or Mackintosh.
THIRD PREMIUM:
A $10.00 SuitOvercoat or Mackintosh.
In conjunction with above we beg to announce that our
NEW FALL and WINTER STOCK will be t lie largest ana
most attractive we ever owned.
Correct styles and right prices the order of the day.
How to Look Good.
Good looks nre really mor than skin
deep, depending entirely on a healthy con
dition of r.ll the vital organ. If the liver
bo inactivo, you have a bilious Iook; if your
stomaeh be disordered, you have a dy peptic
look; if your kidneys bo affected, you have
a pinched look. !Socur! good health and
you will iiirtfly have good looks. "Electric
Bitters" a good alternative and tonic.
Acts directly en the stomach, liver and kid-
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blotches and boils, and gives a good com-
plexion. kvery boltln guaranteea
Sold
atUrnham M wens' arug store.
50 cents
per bottle.
Attention, Shippers.
The C &' V.. R. R. now have three
steamers running in connection with the
road, between San Francisco and Ya-
quina. The Grace Dollar sails from San
Francisco Sept. 17th, the Navarro on the ,
18th. aad the Weotton the 20th. Lanol at !
Pier 13, Vallejo street wharf.
Zierolf's Auiericau crockery fills
long-felt want.
Ask your
Druggist
for a generous
IO CENT
TRIAL. SIZE.
Ely's Cream Oaim
f..nlmlM r.o jcocnine.
meror.ry n'r any other
injurious drug.
It is q iiekly Absorbed.
Gives Kciief at onso.
It ('"i. o nna Cleanses , . , f .
M,e SiS Passages. CQL0 H E A P
Allays Inttamiaation.
Heals and rrtcets the Hecana& Hestorcvttu;
"cKsec of Taste and Smell. Full Size 5oc ; Tr;al
Bi -.e 10c.: at Drnssiets or by 4
KLX EWSftlKltS, 06 Warren Street, New York.
Wanted.
A customer to borrow 500 tn long
time. Secured on real estate.
A purchaser for a nice cottage and lots
in Jobs Addition. Call at Gazette
! office.
For Sa'e.
Eleven acres, situated three-fourths, of
a Eiile north of the College, on the road
leading to Sol Kings farm, 24 rods from
city limits. On this tract are 500 seven
year old pear trees, 600 eight vear old
prune trees, and a few apple trees.
Under good fence. Fi:-:c place for small
home. Good garden ground. The
incoms from th orchard from now on
will keep a small family. For terms, see
F. M. Johnsons" agt.
For Sale.
Five acre orchard, one-fourth mile
west of Agricultural College. One-half
in prunes, one-half in apples, pears and
ek:rfies. Sightly, healthy, convenient.
Large crop on the premises this year,
which' goes with the place if purchased
soon'. Price $ 1000 $500 cash; balance,
long ticae, secured by isiertgage on the
premises. F. M. JOHNSON,
Agent.
THE FELGER MILL
Property, near Philomath,
Is hereby offered for sale. It con
sists of a good grist mill building,
two story dwelling, race dam
(somewhat damaged), and 43 acres
of land. It is in a line, healthy
neighborhood, on the line of the
Corvallis & Eastern Railroad, one
mile west of Philomath.
IT'S A BARGAIN.
Owner does not reside here, and
it must be sold.
TERMS:
$2250, cash down.
$2550 $500 cash down, balance
in 10 annual payments at 8 per
cent, interest.
This property is ?rec of encum
brance. F. SI. JOHNSON, Agent.
CATARRH
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Cash) Buyers)
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You get the best of
Southern Oregon Peaches,
Benton County Melons,
Yaquiua Bay Salmon
And Shell Fish, at
W. & C. WILSON'S,
709 iecond-Street, Corvallis, Oregon.
XvA. JVL. U .
Office upstairs over F. L. Miller's store.
Residence on Third street in frent of
courthouse.
Office hours S to 9 a. m., and 1 to 2 and
7 to 8 p. m. All calls attended promptly.
: Loms G. ALT1MAIS, M. D.,
HomeopatMst.
Office: Over Allen & Woodward's
drugstore.
Residence: Corner Third and
Harrison Sts.
Hours s; gorwltis, Or.
IS. 32- CO.
TIME (JAfiI.
For Yaquina :
1 rain leaves Alhai: . . .
Traill icaves Corvallis.
Arrive Yaquina
. .12:50 r. M.
. . 1:45 P. M.
. . 0:89 1. M.
2- lleturnmjr:
Leaves Yaquina. .
Leaves GorvalKr.
Arrive AlbaHy. . .
Fnr Detroit :
Leaves Corvallis .
Leaves Albany . . .
Arrive Detroit. .
. 7:90 A. M.
.Us40 A. M.
.12:25 tT. M.
. 7:00 A. M.
8:05 A. M.
12:20 P. M.
Ki-turninir:
Leaves Detroit 12:40 P- M.
Leaves Albany tf:05 I. M.
Arrive On-tllid (i:55 1. M.
1 ami 2 eonnfet at Albany and Corvallis with
Southern Pacifix tr; in, giving- direct service fc; ami
from Kewpert and adjacent beaches.
Train for the mountains arrives at Detroit at
noon, giving ample timv to reach camping gre;ndf
on the Breitct.bush ami Santiam rivers the same day.
EDWIN STONE, Manager,
H. L. WALDEN, T. F. & P. A.
H.H. CRONISE, Agent; Corrallis, Or.
See
That
Mark !
It Means:
Best material
Under the sun.
Yard wide values.
Tasteful in design.
Hurts not the purse.
Easy to the feet.
Built for service
Every day and Sunday.
Style up-to-date.
Thoroughly put together.
We sell these Shoes. Men and
women looking for their money's
worth, buy them.
The
Brown
Siioe
TRADE MARK
VV C STAMPED IN SHANK.
FOR SALE AT
THE CASH STORE,
Next to thc Postoffice, Corvallis, Or?
Your Battle For a Suit Ends Right Here
DEWEY sel! clothing cheap? Well, if you,
HAVANA experience you will know that to b the
MAINE icason of our success the
MEiRITT" - 0l,r g00Js is what makes p.-ople travel
GUILES patronize us.
Nice, Nobby Suits, $5.00, $6.00,
Nobby School Suits for Boys.
Vestee Suits, 3 to 5 years.
Short Pants Suits, 5 to
3-piece Suits, 12 to
At KLINE'S.
THE WHITE HOUSE,
Corvallis, Oregon.
JUST TO KEEP THINGS MOVING
During the coming week we will make every effort 10
catch yi iir trade and have the prices to suit the times.
No excuse for you to put off buying, as we have a lull
stock ol FINE FURNITURE to suft all tastes. A short
time spent looking over our line W'll convince you .that we
have the goods and sell at prices thai catch t tic orders.
FRED G. CLARK.
First-class Stock
Good Workmanship
Reasonable Prices
o-4AT-";
GAZETTE OFFICE,
w
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Orders promptly
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Oregon) Short) ihe)
BAILROAD.
The Safest,
Quickest,
Cheapest
ROUTE
FOR ALL POINTS
East and Southeast.
For full particulars regarding
rates, time of trains, elc, call on
or address GEO. F. EGLIN,
W. E. COWAN. Aj;f., Corvallis.
General Agent,
124 Tliiird St. Porrlaiid, Or
EAST and SOUTH
VIA
THE SHASTA ROUTE
OF THE
Southern Pacific Comoanv
EXPRESS TKAINS HUN DAILY.
0:08 P. M. I Leave Portland Arrive 0:30 a. M.
B-M A. M I Leave Albany Arrive i i:00 A. M.
7:45 A. SI. I Arrive S. Francisco Leave I 8:00 I'. M.
Above trains .top at all principal stations
hntiv,...n Pnrt.lnnil mid Salem. Tumor. Ma
rion, jeCcnen. Albany. Tangent. SUedds
Halsev, Harriibur.p. Junction City, Buju-ne,
Creswell, Cottage Grov, Tlrains, and al)
! stations from Robbin g to Ashland, inclusive.
Rosebiirg Mail Daiiy.
8:39 A. 51. I Leave
t2:25 P. M. I Lvave
5:20 P. M. I Arrive
Portland Arrive! 4:30 P. -l
Albany Arrive 12:40 P. M
Uoscburx Leave I 7:3 A. M
T7cEtsil9 Slvi3B.
BETWEEN POHTLANU AND C'tlKVALLlS
Kill If li. Sail7 Exstpt Svziiy.
7:39 A. M. Leave
12:16 P. It j Arrive
Portland
Corvallis
Arrive I 5:50 P. M
Leave 1:5 P. M
At Albaaj-and Corvallis conne't with trains el tl.e
Oreiron Pacilie Railroad.
Zzjrett Trail. Sailr Except Sular.
4:50 P. M. ! Leave Portland Arrive j 8:25 A. M.
7:30 P. M. I Arrive MeMinnviHc Leave 1 5:59 A. M.
8:S9 P. II. ! Arrive ludeiiciideuee Leave 4.a0 A. M.
Direct connection at San Francisco
with Occidental and Oriental and Pacific
mail steamship lines for JAPAN AND
CHINA. Sailing dates en application.
Rates and tickets to Eastern points
and Europe. Also JAPAN. CHINA
HONOLULU and AUSTRALIA, can be
obtained from A. K. MILNER, Ticket
Agent, Corvallis.
R KOEHLER, C. H. MARKHAM,
Manager. A. G. F. & P. A.
Portland, Or.
F. M. JOHNSON
ATTORNEY AT LAW
CORVALLIS, OREGON.
Does a general practice in ail ths courts. Also
agest for all Uie first-class insurance companies
$7.00, $7.48, upwards.
10 years, $1.50, upwards.
19 years, $4.50, upwards.
filled.
T
O.R.&R
TO THE
EAST
GIVES THE CHOICE OF
TWO TRANSCONTINENTAL
ROUTES
mi CKEGCN
wmn railway, mi mi
TMl SALT LAKE
MINNEAPOLIS
ST. PAUL OMAEA
AND AND
CHICAGO KANSAS CUT
OCEAN STEAMERS
LEAVE PORTLAND EVERY 5 DAYS
. . FOR . .
SAN FRANCISCO
Sailing dates for August-
1 1, l7, 12, 27
OCEAN STEAMERS
Leave Portland for
Alaska Points
august 8 and 28.
Steamers Monthly from Porihii'il
to Yokohama and Hon: Kong m
connection wilh O. R. & N.
For full information eull on O. It. a
agent, W. S. Stone, 01 vail is. Or.,
on aDoncss:
W. H. HURLBURT,
GEN'L PASS AOCNT.
PORTLAND, ON
DODWELL, CARLII.E & CO.
GOT. AGENTS SOR. PAC. S 8 CO.
PORTLAND, OR.
Onion Laundry Go.,
PORTLAND, OZR-
All white labor work guaranteed.
Basket leaves on Tuesdays and arrives
Saturdays. T. D. Campbell, Ay.t,
Second-Hand Stere.
"THE RESORT
THOS. WHITEHORN, Prop.
W. H. McBrayer and Old Crow Whis
kys, Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
E. UOLOATE. H. L. HOLGATE.
HOLGATE & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
CQ&VALLIS, OREOOMT