HE CORVAUJS GAZETTE. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1901. WILL CONGRESS FAIL? It is almost inconceivable that congress should fail to authorize the construction of an isthmian i.anal. The people understand the commercial necessity of it uad know that every section of the country would be benefitted by its construction. The nation ii at peace. Our prosperity and rapid development are unparalled. The government is fiinucially able to undertake aud successfully complete the work. The people see this and are more e,irn sfly insistent than ever before that the work shall be undertaken at once. The re publican party has time and time again gone on record as fav oring the measure, and has prom ised the people that it would push the project to completion, ffhe oartv controls the trovem- lnent and the people demand that tne promise shall be kept. It ssein certain that the measure has stronger support in congress than ever heretofore; it is equally cer tain that ODDOsition to the meas- ure was never mqre earnest and oetermiued. It is well known that the od position is principally by the great trans-continental railroad companies. It is altogether probable that many members of congress do not Jully realize the character of this opposition and the far reaching, subtile means it employs in its work of obstruc tion. . With a congress pledged to build the canal it is not possible to defeat it by lobbying and brib ery, nor by presenting choice of two routes and so dividing the counsels of its friends. It is pop ularly believed these means have been employed and they may. be again, but other means will be, must be used. These are meas ures of obstruction interposed outside of congress, and quite be yond congressional power to re move. Are they not apparent in treaty conditions, in concess ions withdrawn or so modified as to be practically unacceptable? Is it not possible that officials of inuuogua auu vuiu itica are holders of trans continental rail road stocks? It is not easy to believe that J. P. Morgan, James J. Hill and their associates who vunuoi tne great railroads ol the country have neglected - this means of obstruction. Although the people demand that the canal be constructed: al though the two great political parties nave pledged themselves to build it; although congress and and the president be unanimous ly in favor of the project, it may be seen how easily th whole en terprise may be blocked by plac ing a few shares of transcontinen tal stock "where thev will do the most good." Thousands of taen believe this has been done, arid it certainly is a rational sur mise. .It would be interesting to hear just what efforts have been put forth in this direction, but it is one of the things past finding ut. Its purpose may be defeat ed however. No long-drawn-out Congressional investigation is necessary. There is a surer method, a better source of action" is open. Iet congress promptly take measures to pass these railroads under the owner ship and control of the govern ment This would break their grasp and free legislation from the paralysis of its influence. : It may become necessary to do this. The menace of it may be sufficient, but if it do become necessary will it be done? Have republican leaders jn congress the requisite moral courage? If they nave not they will be thrust aside. Will the party rise to the occasion? If it prove recalcitrant to its duty it will be hurled from power and another party be chosen to do the work. It is unthinkable that a few sel fish, avaricious aad designing men shall be allowed to frustrate the will and prevent the purpose i eignty minions ot people. me American people are in earnest in this matter. . They nave a way ot displaying their ccurage, of achieving their pur pose what ever difficulties may interpose, vjnce aroused by the mere suspicion that their servants are unlaithlul they hasten to chose others. Inefficient agen cies are cast aside and efficient ones employed. Iet congress beware. By its failure to com pass the purpose of the American people it may furnish the issue which, seized upon by some other party, shall drive the republican party out of power. Selections from Roman- History K iteral Translation from Eufropins fcy C. MacLean, Ph. D Caesar Conquers Fanl. tivii War. (Continued) " " Caaavr, having entered I tie empty City, ma a himself Mutator.'- Then he reached out for tijiuin. Theie he conquered the ve.y sturdy and brave annies of Ponipey together with their three generals, Luci us Afranius, Marcus Petreiu3 and Mar cus Varro. Then, having returned, he crossed into Gtecco, and fought agaiast Pompey. In the first hattle he was con quered and put to flight. B.it hs ea-' cape J, because, the uiht intervening, Pompey was not willing to pursue him. Aud Caesar said, Pompey k-ions not how to conquer, and only on that mem orable night he himself was able to be overcome et illstnntum die bp potuisue gaperari. Then in Thossaly, near P.tlro ' phar Bill us, immense forces having been advanced on both bides, lb?y fought. Pompey 'a line of battle consisted of forty thousand foot soldiers,. six hundred cav alry on the left wing and five hundred on the right, besides auxiliary troops of the whole East, al! tlio nobility, count less senators, praetors, exconsuls and some who h aJ already been conquerors. in great wars. Caesar did not have iu bis line of battle quite thirty thousand fjotmen, and a thousand cavalry. Never bafore had Koman forces, either greater or under better generals, come together into one place. They could easily con quer the whole world, if ;they were led against foreigner?, and not againBt each other. Yet the battle was fought with extraordinary . exertion, and Pompey was conquered at last and his camp was plundered. He himself, having been put to flight, tried to reach Alexandria in order that be might obtain auxiliary forces from the king of Egypt, to whom he had baen given as tutor by the senate on account of his youthful age. : The latter Quoat the . beginning of aJ sen tence is equal to hie, puisueing fortune rather than friendship, killed Pompey, and sent his head and ring' to Caesar, when "he saw it, is said to have even shed tears, beholding the head of so great a man and once his own soc-.n-law. THE DOCKET. List of Cases to Bd Heard at the Com ing Term cf Court. St Ue of Oregon vs T K Chapman and Jane Kiug, Lewd cohabitation. St te of Oregon vs T K Cbap n,an, bigsmy. " - State vs Elmer Norton, petit lar ceny. State vs Charles Rose, larceny. S;ate vs .Pearl Cooper, assault with a daogeroua weapon. . Margaret Logsdan vs J A-Hawkins et a 1, foreclosure. J S Coop, r va Wilson Bump and E S Gross, action on promissory note. A B, Hammond vs W F Crosby, action on promissory note. Alice Talley vs L Flino, suit to perfect litis. W B Peacock vs M L Pipes et al. to con arm sale. George E Allen va Birdie ''Allen, divorce. H NEley vs State Agricultural coliege, motion to retax costs. bol King va D A Osbarn and J M Osbtirn, , action on promissory note. A Bennett vs W E Allen and N Allen, action on promissory note A Hecker vs M T Starr et al, to confirm eale. State Land Board va T H Cooper ei ai, loreciosure. William Groves vs J J Houck and J M Osburn, action on prom issory note. -,'.' A J Williams et al vs School DUtrict Number 17, to annul d-ed. Thomas Cooper va J W Ingle et a!, partition of real property. - Nettie Spencer vs J M Osburn, action on promissory note, Nancy V Dennick et al Nni' J Smitn et al. partition of real property. E W Strong vs Charter Oak Mill Co, action for damages for breach of contract. James W. Dunn vs Mary Belle Dunn,' divorce. ' - A Wilhelm & Suns : vn' .William. PGird, action for possession of per eon a i property: George YV Smith vs R. Grant, action on promissory note. Polk County Bank ve James Lew is, action for recovery of personal property. . . Charles K Spaulding Logging Co va R Dunn et al us the Luckiamute River Improvement Association: Tn- junction. K S Edwards vs R 'IS V.A warrls - . , divorce. -' " -a D N Williamson va'Marv'A YVil. li&rason et al, suit to quiet title. ' Sarah J Hubbard - vs M S Hub bard, divorce. V E Miller V3 Harvey Miller, dlr vorce. ' .-: : .- : , , :. , Miles T Starr vs Fireman's Fund insurance orcoanv. action to re-. cover insurance policy. - - . A Wilhelmjfe Sons" vs C W Nix on, action on promissory note. - C C Ilartless vs ' Samuel Mills and Mary J MilL,suU of foreclosure for dismissal. Stewart & Sox Hardware com pany va J II Mitchell, action rn promissory not. ' - H Mitchell vs M P Burnett, ac tion for recovery of ner3onal nrm. erty. btfewart & Sox Hardware Co vs EN Kiger, action for reepvery if personnl property. ' .- J B Tillotson vs A Wilhplm &. Sons action on contract. r .- r We are closinff out all martin. toshes at cost. Nolan & Callahan.-' The Children's Friend. You'll have a cold this winter. Maybe you. have one nvw Your children will Bufft-r, too. Fur rough, croup, bronchitis, gup and other winter complaints One Mi'tnle Counh Cure cever fails. Acts Tuniillv, It is vrry pleasant to I he ta'-te ami perfectly harmless- C. B. Genrp, V.'inchester( Ky., wHtt s: "Our little fcirl..'si8 attacked ith.iunp late one nijiht ami was so hearse she could hanlly speakyegave her few doses of One Minute Cough' Cure. It relieved her (miiieiiiately and she went; to sleep. When";! etije aote ,'next nirirning she had jlo,' signs of hoarseness or croup." -(iraliam A Wells. ? . ' . '. Notice for Publicatiou. Ukitkd States Lastd Office. Oroitoo City, Oregon. October 2a, 1901, Notice is bcruby given that the following-nained Reitler baa filed uotico of bin intention to make final proiif in support 01 htif claim, and that Haid roof will lie made before County Clerk ot Benton County, at CorvollU, Oreiron, on December 9tb, 1901. . viz: KKTH UUttLUURT; II. K, 11045 for tbe Lots 3 and 4 of Sec 1i, T. 13 a, R.5W. He names the following witnesses to prove bia continuous residence upon and cultivation of said laitd, viz: Jesse Porter, of Corvallis, Oregon. Jobn Whitaker, of CorvalUs, 'Oregon William Kew man, of Corvjlhs, Oregon. U. A. Hurlburt, of Corval lis, Oregon. CHAS. B. MOORES. RcgiHter.' A rtiysiciaii Testifies. "I have ttiken Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and have never used anything in uiy life that did me the good that did." says,. County Physician George W. Hcroggs of Hall County, Ga. "Being a pTiysician -I have perscribed it and found i; ! i give the best results." If the-food you eat- remains undigested in your stomach it decays there and poisons the syBtemJV Yon can prevent this by dieting but that" means starvation. Kodol Dispepsia Cuie digests what you- eat. You -need suffer from neither dispepsia nor starva tion,. The worse case quickly cured. -Never fails. Graham & Wells. IF YOUR BICYCLE NEED DOCTORING Take it to the BICYCLE HOSPITAL J. K. BERRY, Proprietor. Watch Confidence Makes traveling a pleasure, when correct tune is always a necessity. Yours may be a capable time keeper, but through incom petent repairing you have lost fafth in it - ? JS in t0 "e- 1 win "epai tie worsf ana i win ao it ecoaomi' Cally. .i-i- .. . - .-. 4 .-. Albert J. Metzger Three Doo'rs " KrtS of the Postoffice. ' Overcoat?, Ovfircoats, largest and most ' select stock iti town. Nolan & Callahan. . - . -4 Big reduction sale, discount on all goods. & Horton. Cor. 3rd ZO per cent. Jul:ington and ' Monroe Mud guards put on your wheel at the Bicycle Hospital. The best' and cheapest that can he had. Would you marry if suited ? Send 10 cents for details, - postoffice . box 633 Portland,' Oregon. .' ' - "' : Bargains in cloaks, wrappers, jack etsand tailor.tnade. suits at Nolan' & Callahan. Get your umbrella fixed at The Bicycle Hospital. New stock art squares, lqunge' covers and rugs at . Nolan & : Callahan. . . Shooting Gallery Opened. I have opened a shooting gallery one door north of Cameron's harness shop.-' Ladies are especially invited to try theirl kill with the rifle. Prizea ill be given every Saturday night. . -. . On Thanksgiving day I will hold a shooting match on the flat near Mary's river.'' Everybody is invited- to take part. Harvey Sakgent. Be Wise. - Couoe to our store when in need of clothes, we are offering some errpt. Knita fnr itSlfl in nlmr wnratuJi I O tw ... v.M j serges, casnmtrep, ana lancy pat-- terns- If you want them better . - - !r. we have them up to $2500. S.L. Kline. . Wanted on Shares. Twenty sheep, 20 goats; good pasture, good a'tention. - C. A.Eareingeb. " ' " Fern, Or. - BANNER SALVE the most hoaling salve in the world. ART SQUARES AND RUGS EVER SEEM IN. CORVALIIS. Jh ; Those famous little pills, Delia's Lit tle Eariy Itisers compel your liver and I bowels tt do their duty, thus giving you pure, rich blood to recuperate your body. Are easy to take. Never gripe. Gra ham S Wells. TOUOiVIESEEKERS- K - . ; - . - No. 1014O acres, 15 in cultivation, good buildings, fine fruit and water, good bottom land ; price, $650. 4 miles from Philomath. 7 No. 131 80 ' acres, 25 in cultivation, nice young orchard ; fair buildings, 2 cows and calves, team, wagon and har ness, plow, cultivator, tools, etc. ; also furniture. This is a good hill ranch and is cheap at $700. C miles from town. 74 160 acres; 30 in cultivation; small house; good barn and water; 134 miles 'from town; cheap at $1,500; on main county read ; good pasture and timber. 113 A good 7-rooin house with one half acre lot; fruit good water. 'chicken houses and sheds, price $600; , well ar- range'd -for poultry raising; this is a cheap little home, 10 minutes walk from Corvallis postoffice. HENRY AMB1ER, " " " - " - Real Estate Agent, , Bs 59, Philomath, Benton County, Oregon. .No relief for 20 years "I had bron- ichitis for twenty years," said Mrs. Min :erva Smith, of Danville, 111., "and never ;got relief until I used Foley's Honey and ;Tar, which is a sure cure for threat and 'lung diseases." Sold by Graham & Wor thara. - Executors' Sale of Real Property. Lxccutors Notice of gale of real property. Notice ia hereby given, that in pursuance of an order of the , County Court of the Stats of Oregon for the County of Beuton, made on the 3rd day of September, 1M1, in the matter of the Estate of Thomas Eglin de ceased, the . undersigned -Exceutors of said estate from and after Saturday the uth day of November jwwi, win pruuecu to sen tne real property nerein , after described, belonging to said Estate, at private sale at Corvattitj Benton county State of Oregon, for .cash at the time of purchase. The said real prop erty to be sold as herein required, is described as 'follows: To Wit: All the right, title and interest of the said Estate of in and to Lots No. 7 and 8 of -lilock No lo fin the Original Town of Marysville ;now rhe City of Corvallis, Uentou county, btato of Oregon; and also all of the North half of lot No. 1 (except 25 feet. square on the West end of said Lot 1) all of Lot No, 2 and the South half of Lot No. 3, all in BHck No, 18 of the Original town of Marysville now the City ol Corvallis Beuton county State of .Oregon. - i Said real property to be sold in two separate par cels. Said sale subject to the confirmation of said Coanty Court of Benton county State of Oregon, i Dated Oct. 8th, 1981. - v Geo. F. Eoun Wm. Crebs, . Executors o( the Estate of Thomas Eglin, Deceased. H. C. Watkins, sexton ot the Method ist Church,. Springfield, Pa., says: "My wife has been yery lad with kidney itrouble and tried several doctors without henefit. After taking one bottle of Fo ley's Kidney Cure, was much better, and 'was eo9tely cured after taking four bottles." Sold by Graham & Wortham. Notice of Filial Settlement. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned as administrator of the estates of Ransom A. and Ma hala Belknap deceased has'SUd his final account in said estates in the County Court of Benton connty. State of Oregon and that said court has appointed Saturday Dec. 7. 1901 at 10 o'clock a. m. at county Court Koom in the court house in the city of Corval Ii9, Benton county State of Oregon, as the time and place to hear the objections if any to said final ac count and the settlement of said account and estates. Corvallis Oregon, W C, Belknap. . Administrator of the estates of Ransom A. and Uahula Belknap, Deceased. Summons, In the Circuit Court of t"ie Stato Benton County. T. -K. Williamson. of Oregon for i-iaiimn, Mary A. Williamson T. B. Williamson Aiairna e. rreuyman, J. 1 V. Williamson, Wilev I A Williamson, W. (i. Williamson, P. E. Wil- liamson, Arthur Beam is, Maltie I'rettyman-Jolin-1 ston and Henry Pretty- man, a minor, 1 . . Defendants. ) To Mattie Prettyman-Johnston, one of tho above named defendants: In tub kamr of tub State or Oregon, yon are hereby required to appear and answer the com plaint of the abote-named plaintiff filed against you in the above entitled court, on or before the expira tion of six weeks from the date of the' Bret publica tion Of this summons, which in th 11 t.h il. rt- toiler, 1901, and the last date of the publication of .mo Buuuueus is. me zzna uay 01 iNOvemoer, 1001 and you are notified if you fail to appear and answer said complaint the plaintiff will apply to said eourt for the relief prayed for in his said complaint, towit: For a decree and order of said court to correct a mU- me ana error in tne description to a certain deed made and executed by P. R. Williamson and Mary a. it iniuiuauu wj me piatnua on iuiy zam, JtltMj, and recorded in the deed records for Benton countv Oregon, Volume S3, at page 412 thereof, and for such other relief as to the court may seem just. Th.o Miipmnn, iu uuvu) K.. m.l.lir.ntinn .l,nnA 1 "e cokvalus oaisbttk by onier of Hon. e wood- ut. in.,.,... u..n.n.. n 1.. r waril, County Judgo for Benton County, Oreffon. njaae tne wn aay 01 October, iuoi. N. M. Kkwtort. Attorney for Plaintiff. . Mr. G- A. S'illman, a merchant of Tampico, 111., writfs: . "Foley's Kidney Cure is meeting with wonderful success. It has cured some cases here that physi cians pronounced incurable. I myself am able to testify to its merits. My face today is a living picture of health, and ' Foley's Kidney Cure has made it such." Sold by Graham & Wortham. We Are Headquarters "FOR FURNITURF CARPETS WALL PAPER CHARTER OJ&.J5L STOVES and RANGES THE fllSTEST LINE OF Modern Surgery Surpassed. "While suffering from a bad case of piles I consulted a physician who advised me to try a box of De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve," says G. F. Carter, Atlanta, Ga. "I procured a box and was entirely xmcu. icniitd uun nazei Kalve is a splendid cure for piles, giving relief in stantly, and I heartily recommend it to all sufferers." Surgery is unnecessary to cure piles. De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve will cure any case. Cuts, hums, Druises and all other wounds are' also quickly cured by it Beware of counter feits. Graham & Welbi. Farm for Sale. It. B. Blodgett fofiers for sale his 570 acre stock farm, one-half mile from Bled ett, Oi-eoa. Consumption threatened C. Unger, 212 .Maple St., Champaign, III., writes: "I was troubled with a hacking cough for a year and I thought I had consump tion. I tried a great many remedies and was under the care of physicians for sev eral months. ' I used one bottle of Fo ley's Honey and Tar. It cured me, and I have not been troubled since." Sold by Graham & Wortham. A winter trip to Southern California and Arizona via the famous Shasta Route is one never to be forgotten. Renewed acquaintance with this section will ever develop fresh points of interest and ad ded sources of enjoyment under its, sun ny skies, in the variety of interests and added industries, in its prolific vegetation and among its numberless resorts of mountain, shore, valley and plain. Two trains leave Portland daily, morniag and evening for California. These trains are equipped with the most improved pat tern of standard and tourist sleeping cars, and the low rates place the trip in reach of all. For illustrated guides of California and Arizona winter resorts, Address R. B. MlLLEB - Gen. Passr. Agent, Portland, Or. , The Real Thins If any lady wants to get a real bargain ' in a sewing machine she should eaV. nn ' T. W. Diiley. "The Fixer." He i soli-' ing this year's model New Home ma- chines for $38. The usual price of these machines is $75. The machine offered I by Mr. Diiley is very light running, as 1 it is ball bearing, These machines are guaranteed to sew equally well with either silk or cotton thread. Here is an opportunity that Bhould not lie lost. i For Sale. Four-room cottage and two lots, near i S.. P. denot. InnnirenfW C. rwwt Corvallis, Or. . Good Advice. The most miserable heina in ih world are those suffering "from nnmn. sia and Liver Complaint More than seventy-five per cent, of the people in tne united fatates are afflicted with these twodeseases and their affects: such as Sour Stomach, Sick Headache, Habitual Costiveness, Palpitation of the Heart, Heart-burn. AVaterbrash, Gnawing and Burning Pains at the pit of the Stomach, Yellow Skin, Coated Toogue and Disa greeable Taste in the Mouth, Coming tip of Food after Eating, Low Spirits, etc. Go to your Druggist and get a bottle of ixucusi j! tower lor 7o cents. Two doses w iu relieve you. Try it. Get Green's rrize Almanac. Uratiam & Wortham Notice for Publication. ; Lakd Office at Okeoos Cm, Oregon .-. nnl,n. ia inn. Notice Is hereby given that the following-nan.ed settler has filed uotieo of his intention -to make final Km0 LASERS Jg?2:J! 8aid p' - "w-.b wmMjumyuem oi uenton Co.. H siii'a'Ii?' on November 23, 1901. viz H. E, No. 11108 of Clara J, Ssits formerly Clara J Ert SZ'?""1, J"mes A- Hearing, Deceased ,nl?meS blowing witnesses to prove her Sr?d X8'deB0"uPon and cultivation of said TWnillf .Thromas M. Coon, of lnavale. Oregon Thornton A Irtnutir, o ro. J5;, Dusty, Oregon. - Camooa. ' CHAS. B, MOORES. ' Uegister. Reliable and Gentle. "A pill's a pili," eny8 tI)8 gaB.. - But there are pills and pills. You want a M"i wnieu is certain, thorough and gen tle. Mustn't grips. DeWilt's Little Early Risers fill the bill. Purely vegeta ble. Do not force but assist the bowels to act. Strengthen and invigorate. -Graham & femall and easy to Wells. take.- C H. NEWTH Physician 8?; Surgeon PHILOMATH, OREGON, B. A. GATHEY, M. D. Physician r Surgeon Rooms 14 in Bank Building. OfTu-eHour W o 12 a. m. S i to 4 p. ni . BesideiitTe : Cornel Coll-ge and 8th Su. Telephone at oBii-e and residence. Corva'lia, - - Oregon. L G. ALTMAN, M. D. Office Coreer 3rd and Monroe streets Houus 9 lo 12; 2 to 5; 7 to 8; Sun day 6 to 10. Residence Corner 3rd and Harrison streets, Corvallis, Oregon. Telephonic 315, at residence. . KoTABY. Titles. Conveyancing. JOS. H. WILSON. attornhv-at.law. Practii-e in all State and Federal Court. Office in Firht National Bank Building. E. R. Bryson ATTORNEY AT LAW Corvallis, Orcon. Cffice In Postoffice Building. DR. JAS. A. HARPER DENTIST Office In Wbltehorn IS I or k Corvallis, Oregon W. T. Rowley PHYSICIAN, SURGEON, OPTICIAN. Office over First National Bank J. E. FOWELLS Repairing promptly and neatly done First door west of the Gazktte office FINE MILLINERY Special Line of Street Hats. FULLINGTON & HORTON, Corner 3rd and Monroe Sts. Miss Mabel Cronise i . Graduate of Chicago College of Music. ' Teacher of Vocah and Instru mental Music. CORVALLIS, OREGON. , Drugs Medicines Kodaks & Photo Supplies Corvallis, Oregon Established, Incorporated, 1898 WHOLESALE & RETAIL. The most complete Hue ot Pure Drugs Chemicals in Corvallis. and 'Books and Stationery, Commercial Fa- pars, Pine Perfumery, Toilet Article, Combs, Brushes and Mirrors. Pocket Knives, Scissors, Fine Cutlery CIQABS Manager of Perscription Department, T. A. JONES, Registered, Special Course in Pharmacy at Teidue Uuiversi ty, Indiana Notice for Publication. Usitfd States Land Office. Oregon City. Oregon, October, 6, 1001 Notice Is hereby given that in compliance with the provisions of the act of Congress of June 3, 1B7-8 entitled "An act for tbe sale of timber lands in the states oi California, Oreiron, Nevada, and Washing, tun Territory," as extended to all the Public Laud States by act of August 4, 1892, CHARLES W. WILKINSON, of Philomath, county of Benton, State of Oregon, has this day filed in this office his sworn statement No. 6624,.for the purchase of the S. J of N. W. i and Lots 3 and 4 of section No, 4 in Township No. IS South, Range No. 7 West, and will offer proof to show that the land sought is more valuable for its timber or stone than, for agricultural purposes, and to establish his claim to raid land before the Register and Receiver of this office at Oregon City, Oregon, on Satuiday, the 21st day of December. 1901. - ' lie names as wltnesees: Melrose Courter of Falls City, Oregon, John Hyde of Philomath, Oregon, Charles Odell of Philomath, Oregon, and rcd Simeral of Philomath, Oregon, - Any and all persons claiming adversely the above described lands are requested to file their claims m miis omce on or Deloro said zist- day of December 1L CIIAS. B. MOORES, Begistcr "I had a running sore on my leg for seven years," writes Mrs. Jas. Forest, of Chippewa Falls, "Wis., "and spent hun dreds of dollars in trying to get it healed. Two boxes of Banner Salve entirely cured ij." Beware of substitutes. Sold by Graham & Wortham. nas. itepiogie, ot Atwaler, o., was unable to . work on account of kidnev troub'.e. After using Foley's Kidney Cure four days he was cured. Sold by Graham & Wortham. "Triumphs and Wonders of the 19th Century;" a remarkable book; sella on sight; free territory; liberal com missions. Address, Washington Publishing Co. Chamber of commerce Buildins-. Tacoma I Wash. 2j2tfk Oregon Shoj?t line Depart TIKE SCHEDULES Am for from Portland kuom pToH SaltLake, D enver, WM Ft Worth, Omaha Special Kansa8 cu st. Op. "m, Hr Atlantic Salt Lake, Denver, Express Ft Worth, Omaha, 9 p. m. Kansas Citv. St 8: a.m. via Hnn-Louis, Chiraiio and gtoii. East ' St Pnnl Walla Walla. Lew Fart Mi . Spokane, 6-00 n m Minneapolis, St. nn vi, Paul, Duluth, Mil- 7:00 "' Spokane a"feee, Chicago, and East. Through Pullman and Tourist Sleepers 72 HOURS PORTLAND to CHICAGO No change of cars. Tickets East via all rail, or via boat and rail, via Portland Ocean and Kiver Schedule. FROM PORTLAND. All eniling dates subject to change. For San Francisco. 8 p. m. 4 p. m. Sail every five days irom April 2d. Daily Ex. Sun. 8. p. m. Saturday, 10 p. m. Columbia River Steamer. To Astoria & way landing. 4 p. ni. Except Sunday WILLAMETTE RIVER DIVISION Water Permitting. Steamer Ruth leaves Corvallis for Al bany, Salem, Portland and Way Land ings, Monday, Wednesday and Friday 6 :0ti a. m. ; returning, arrives Corvallis aboun Midnight, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. A. L CRAIG, Gen. Pass. Agent, CorvaJIis 6 Eastern Railroad TIME CARD. 2 For Yaquina: Train leaves Albany 12:50 p. m Corvallis 1:50 p. in. ' arrives Yaquina 6:45 p. m. I Returning: leaves yaquina.... 6:LU a. m. Leaves Corvallis. . . . 11:30 a. m. Arrives Albany .... 12:15 p. m. o" jMr Detroit: Leaves Albany 7:00 a.m. Arriyes Detioit .... 12:15 p. m. i Returning: Lmivee Detroit 12:45 p. m. Arrives Albany 5:40 p. va. Trains Np. 1 arriyes in Albany in time, to connect with the S. P. south bound train, as well as givimc two or three hours in Albany befoie departure of S. P. north bound train for Portland. Train No. 2 connects with the S. P. west 6ide train at Corvallis Crossing lor Independence, McMinnville aad all points north to Portland. Edwin Stone, H. H. Ckonise, Manager. Agent, Corvallis. Wanted! Parties to cut oak and arh wood from now on, and during next fail and winter. The work must be done neat and clean, and wood rut even length, closely trimmed and honestly corded. Apply to M. S. Woodcock, , Corvallis, Oregon. F. P. Morgan, Attorney -at-Law OlhYe 6th door south of J. II. Harris' store, i;i old express olfice bmldiug, Cor vallis, Oregou. Wiil practice in all the State and Fedeial Courts. Will give special atteniion to Divorce matters. Also have a few choice farm and city properties far pale. Wante.l. 1000 girls for house work, 75 uiils fnr work in Hotel j, 5J girls for work in stales, 0 girls for waiting on table, steady work, good pay, $15 to $25 per month at H. H. Higley's Employment office No. 18o'. Morrison St. Portland, Oregon. Fresh Fish. Chinook salmon at 6)4 cents per pound, Silver salmon 5 cents per pound by the 100 pounds, ready for family use. Leave orders at Farmers Hotel, or address A. A. McClearv, "Waldport, Or. Wanted. 1000 R. R. men at $2.25 and $2.50 per day, 100 barkers at $2.00 per day, 15 buckers at $2.00 per day, 20 swampers at $2.00 per day, 50 teamsters at $35 per month and board, steady work, wood choppers 80 ints to $1.10 at H. H. Hig leys Employment office, No. 185 Morrison St. Portland Oregon. E H. TAYLOR DENTIST. Dentistry of every description dont In first class manner, and satisfaction guar anteed. ... .. GROW!. iKD BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY Office over Zierolf ' grocery store, oppos:t the post office, Corvallis. Oregon, .