mm ml FRIPAY, DECEMBER 20, 1901. OUR 39TII ANNIVERSARY. The present number of the wouldst surely now for the very last time ! e insolent. B.it I vi ill speak out to thee; and more, upon this great sign I will swear. Yes, by this sceptre which never put forth leaves and shoots, and never lias put them forth since fir.it it left the slump on the mountains, and shall not bloom ag.iin ; tor, as thou peest, the bronze fi. e. the knife. Ooinp. Km. "steel" for sword, or ppetti has strippcl ! Modern Surgery 'i: .passed. Cnrvallis GAZETTK concludes its first it of its lcives aad balk ail around, lint s..A nBm1i t 1 8fi2 and I now the sons of the Achaean, the gii ir ,, , . i-, cpfnl dians ofiuHiee, who defend the laws by throughout its Ion and useful - jn their han.u existence it has been steadily This shaJu be t0 thee the gr2at oatll. or maintained as a consistaut repub- u some Jav a ye3rilia, for A(.hile3 liran paper, except about one ahal) couie to the soas of the Aohaeans year during its early history, to all of them together ; and then thou when it was conducted as the though deeply grieved will not at all le special organ of the Independent aole to help, when many by the hands l"WW rf Good Tetnolars Ot this of the mau slayine Hector shall fall State. Like all country news papers, during those many yean it has met with success as well as teverses according to the varying U Ul H". -" . fho OPnnnrl u thB a(.pntrA the present time it enjoys perhaps BtuJJed with Rolden ail8i and he 8at the best and much tae largest c:r- But the gon of Atreiw on the other hand culation that it ever had. Its cont-,nueii his rage, circulation has continually in- y v 247-234 Speech of Nestor: creased for the past two years un- Then for them sweet-voiced Nestor, the til at the present time it ranks in silver-touted lit. clear-voiced orator circulation along with several of of the Pylianp, sprung np, and from his tif the best of the country weekly iongu flowed speech sweeter than ..aor,T nrfo-ntv Itsores- hooey- And in hia presence already MtnaajA.." v v -(y ent managers have endeavored so io conduct its aflairs as to merit this well earned position. They have ever been steadfast and con Mutant republicans and have never been officially connected with politics in any way. The Gazette has no candidates for office and none specially to de feat. Neither has it any special connection with any political fac tion. Its purpose is to be repub lican from a standpoint of special duty to principle and be fair to all political factions and parties and the public generally. While the Gazette will be conducted purely as a business enterprise, dead ; and thoa full of r.ye at thyself wilt gnaw thy heart within thy breast, I because thou didat in no respect honor the bravest of the Achacans." , .1 Thus spoke the son of Feleus, and Without going into details, we simply desire to state that ...Ourj Olnistmas toc... the year, so far as beauty variety and price go. is ahead of anything offered before by us. . Remember, our Holiday Goods are all worth One Hundred Cents on the Dollar the day after Christmas. We advise early selection. "While suffering from a bad case of piles I consulted a piiyEician who advised me to try a box of DeWitl's W-'j Hazel Salve," says G. F. Carter, AlfaJa, Ga. "I procured a box and was entirely cured. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve is a siilemiid run for wiles, uiviii relief in- stuiiLlv. hnd I lieartilv rei-ommeud it to all euiierere.!! Surgery is unnecessary to cure piles. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve will cure any case. Cuts, burns. bruises and all other wcuuds are also quickly cured by it Beware of counter feits. Graham & Wells. B. A. CATHEY, M. D. Physician $ Surgeon Rooms 14 in Bank Building. ) 10 to 12 a. m. Office Hours J 4 p. rn. Residence: Corner College and 8th Sts. Telephone at office ami residence. Corvaiis, - Oregon L G. ALTMAN, M. D. Editor Lynch of "Daily Tost" Phillips burg, N. J., has tested the merits of Fo ley's Honey and Tar with this result: "I have used a great many patent rem edies in my family for coughs and colds. and I can honestly say your Honey and Tar is the best thing of the kind I have ever need and I cannot say teo much in prai6eofit." Graham & Wortham. two generations of mortal men, who bad been born and brought up lit brought up and born with him in the very sa cred Pylus, wasted lit, passed away. and he now reigned among those of the third generation. He being well dis posed, took part iu the assembly and and spoke among them : '0 shame 1 Truly great sorrow is come upon the land of Achaea. Truly Priam would be glad and the sons of I Priam, and the rest of the Trojans would rejeice greatly in heart, if they should hear (lit. lea') that you two, who on the one hand in counsel, and on the other in lighting, arc superior to the Danai, are quarrelling abeut these thiugs. Com p. "First in war, first in peace etc" But obey me ; for ye both are younger than I. For in times before now I was Tinware ! H I Tinware ! Tinware ! believing that such should be the with men even braver than ye are, and true position of all public news papers, it will endeavor at all times to build tip Benton county and the state at large. In re -cording the news and occurrences of the day it will refrain from ail sensational efforts to detract from the plain trutii, but shall give at no time did they slight me. Surely not jet have I seen such, men, nor do I expect to see (them) such as Pereith ous, and Bryas, a shepherd of the peo ple; andKaeneus and Exadius and the god-like Polyphemus (aud Theseus, the son of Aegeus, like the immortals). Doubtless these were bred the bravest of men ever born on earth. The bravest I I m I 1 "4. TINWARE We have bought the Corbett-Failing & Robertson Stock of Tinware slightly damaged by water and smoke, at about 10 cents on the dollar, which we will now offer for sale at prices that will make you think we did not even pay the freight. These goods comprise everything in the tinware line, both useful and ornamental. Come before the best is all sold. See Our Otie-Cent-Apiece Window. FORD & LAWS For Sale. Four-room cottage and two lots, near P. depot. Inquire of W. C, Corbett, Corvallis, Or. C. W. Lynch, Winchester, Ind. , writes I ewe the life of my boy to Foley's Honev and Tar. He had membranous croup, ana the tiret nose gave mm re lief. We continued its use and it soon brought him out of danger." Graham & Wortham. Office Corser 3rd and Monroe streets Hours 9 to 12: 2 to 5: 7 to 8; Son- day 9 to 10. .Residence Corner 3rd and Harrison streets, Corvallis, Oregon. Telephone 315, at residence. ftftssefi&t 0 Oregon hojt Line AND NOTAKY. Titles. Conveyancing. JOS. H. WILSON. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Practice in all State and Federal Court Office in First National Bank Building. i Depart for Chi'-ago-Portlaud Special 9 a. m. via 11 un. tingtnn Atlantic Express 8:50p. via Hnn tington. TIME SCHEDULES rom Portland ARRIVK FROM SaltLake, Denver,! Ft Worth, Umaha Kansas City, St. 4 :30 p.m Louis, Uhieage and bast SaltLake, Denver, tt worth, Umaha, Kansas City, bt Louis, Chicago and bast. Good Advice. E. R. Bryson ATTORNEY AT LAI Corvallis, Oreron. Office in Fostoffice Building. House Furnishers, Corvallis, Oregon. I I s I I I- The moBt miserable beings iu the world are those suffering .from Dyspep sia ana Liver uompiaint more man seventy-five per cent, of the people in the united states are amicreu wun inese two deseases and their affects: such as Sour Stomach, Sick Headache. Habitual Costiveness, Palpitation of the Heart, Heart-burn. Waterbrash, Gnawing and Burning Pains at the pit of the Stomach, YeDow Skin, Coated Tongue and Disa greeable Taste in the Mouth, Coming up of Food after Eating, Low Spirits, etc. Go to your Druggist and get a bottle of August i lower tor 7o cents, i. wo noses will relieve you. Trv it. Get Green's Prize Almanac. Graham & Wortham. DR. JAS. A. HARPER DENTIST St. Paul Fast Mail 6:15 p.m vis Spokane Walla Walla. Lew iston, S p o k a ne, Minneapolis, n t. Paul, Duluth, Mil waukee, Chicago, and Last. 8:10 a in. 7:00 a.m. Through Pullman and Tourist S eepers 72 HOURS PORTLAND to CHICAGO No change of care. Through tickets to all Eastern points via this route on sale at S. P. depot office. Ocean and River Schedule. FROM PORTLAND. . All 1 ing dates I subject to change. 8 p. m, ;For San Francisco, Sail every five days Irom April zd. Office in Wnitehorn Block Corvallis, Oregon the facts pure and Simple as It IS they were and they fought with - the possible to ascertain them, believ-1 bravest i. e. as the allies of the bravest ing that candor at all tunes is tne "best form and purpose for the public good. While the paper will no doubt make some mis takes, its aim shall be for the highest and best possible results to the public. AMAZING ABSURDITY. "The commodity of transporta tion is one of the things Europe uses to pay us for what she buvs of us. "If we stop taking $200,000,- obev al 6ince tQ ob .t. r 1 .. .1. J At. nf it- - n.ii. Atli.r sum vuu wuiui ui ii. ui cha vi-txj. duw, not she will buv an equal amount. less or else sell us an eqnal amount of something we now supply ourselves." This is the language of the Oregonian used . as an argument against our creating a merchant marine to do our own carrying trade, and presented to its read ers as the teachings of political economy. Europe takes' of our products, as our foodstuffs, because she needs them now or prospectively. Her necessity J is the only meas ure of her demand. This neces sity would be no less insistent though we did our owa carrying. This is the teaching of political econonijr, the law of trade, the conelusian of good sense. That Europe, if we did our own carrying would "sell us an equal amount of something we now supply ourselves" is an itmazine absurdity. No longer permitted to pay for our products by doing oar carry lag, and unable to sll ;us some thing or anything we supply ourselves Europe would be com pelled to put up the coin. Th Oregonian writer evident ly thinks he is not "iu the primer class in political econ omy." We, too," think so in deed are satisfied he never was in it. the Lapithael against mountain-bred wild beasts, and they terribly destroyed them (Seel, Cor. 15:32: '-If arter the manner of men I have fought with beasts at Ephesus''). Even with these, I say, I assisted when I came from Pylus, from far away," (even) from a distant land ; for they called me to their aid, and I fought by myself alone i. e. having in dependent command ; and those (heroes) not one, of those who now live as mortals on the earth, would fight. And they both heeded my counsels and obeyed my command. For heaven'? sake (alla-tandem II L. & S.) do ye is better. Do REMOVAL SALE OP FURNITURE thou, (Agamemnon), being very I Having purchased the entire stock of furniture formerly owned by S. N. Wilkins. We will of fer every article in the store at slaughter prices FOR THE NEXT 30 DAYS Buffer her to remain with him, seeing that the sons of the, Achaeans gave her first to him as a prize. And thou, O son of Peleus, be not too ready to strive with opposing might against the king, since at no time Las a sceptre-beaiinz king, to whom Zeus gave glory, received lik honer. And though thou art strong, and I occupied by S. a goddess mother gave the birth, yet he is superior, since he rules ever the great er number. And, son of Atreus, do thou I T Tl IWft-HH fif C.i -r If 1 M.M.MM. WL WVJ aujp uiy iury, tur l luyaeu euLreat met: to draw back thy rage from Achilles, who is a great defense for all th Achae ans from a destructive war." HOLER'S ILIAD. Ijok Vv. -A Literal Translation by C. MscLcan, Ph. D. 223-305 The Quarrel Between Agamemnon and Achilles Renewed Vv. 223-224 Speech, Achilles: Then the son of Peleus anew" with an gry words the son of Atreus addressed, and not yet did he cease from anger : "O sot lit. heavy with wine, having the eyes of a dog, butjthe heart of a deer, never yet hast thou had the courage in thy soul to be armed along with the peo ple for the fray nor to ambush to go with the chieftains of the Achaeans, for this appears to be death to thee. Yes I It is much more desirable from thy point of View to talre, ia the broad camp of the Achat am, the prize of anyone who per chance speaks against thee. A people devouring king thou, since thou rulest over a feeble folk ; otherwise L e. if they were not feeble, O son of Atreus, thou as we nave no room in our al ready over-crowded store rooms for the goods. Call at the stare room formerly N. Wilkins. Can Furnish Trees Rin and sweat have no effect on harness treated with Eureka Har ness Oil. It re sists the damp, keep the leath er sou ana pli able. Stitches do not break. No rough ur- face to chafe and cut. J harness not only keeps looking like new, out wears twice as long by the use of Eureka Harness Oil. Sold everywhere in cans all sizes. Made by Standard Oil Company EvheiCaI f 1 . fit.- uv 1 : And Shrubs and Vines of all kinds -on short notice. lAfnlllineof Evergreens, Ornamental Shrub- ery, Nutbearing and Shade - Trees. W. F. GRAY. Corvallis. Oregon. Agent for the ALBANY NURSERIES Albert Brownell, Proprietor. I Gsir $89 Piano 13 Reliable and Gentle. "A pill's a pill," says the saw. But there are pills and pills. Yon want a pill which is certain, thorough and gen tle. Mustn't srio. DeWitt's Little Early Risers fill the bill. Purely vegeta ble. Do net force but assist the bowels to act. Strengthen and invigorate. Small and easy to take. Graham & Wells. ' - W. T. Rowley PHYSICIAN, SURGEON, OPTICIAN. - cake organs lead them all. They t-annet 1 excelled for durability. S richness of tone and ueatues of case. Organs frsm $45 00 up, made on special oreerj. We are nieeiing with the best of suc cess and selling organs os fast as they can be made. We have an extra lot started, to reach out far thsr. By sending in an order early, we will be able to fill it in good shape. No Eastern organ ean compete with our instru ments in make-up guaranteed for 10 years. Our terms are cash, or down K in 6 mos, J in J2 mo's, or - $20.00 down and $5.00 per month. One payment must be made be fore organ leaves factory. We guarantee the organ, and if not as represented we will refund the money. For further information ad dress: CRAMER ORGAN FACTORY, Corvallis, Oregon. J. W. Bryan of Lowder, Ills., writes: 'My little boy was very low with pneu monia, un&nown to tne doctor, we ave him Foley's Honey and Tar. The result was magical and puzzled the doc- tor.'as it immediately stopped the rack ing cough and he quickly recovered." Graham & Wortham. Foley's Honey and Tar cures colds, prevents pneumonia. over First National Bank J. E. FOWELLS Repairing promptly and neatly done First door west of the Gazette office Satisfied People are the best advertisers for Foley's Honey and Tar and all who use it agree tkatitisa splendid remedy for coughs, colds or sore lungs. Graham & Wortham. A Physician Testilies. Information Wanted. The manufactures of Banner Salye having always believed that no doctor orjmedicine can enre in every case, but never having heard where Banner Salve failed to cure ulcers, sores, tetter, eczema or piles, as a matter of curiosity would like to know if there are such cases. If so they will gladly refund the money Graham & Wortham. ! W. H. HOLT Osteopathic Physician Brain-Food Nonsense. Another ridiculous food fat ha& been branded by the most competent authori ties. They have dispelled the sifiy notion that one kind of food -is needed for brain, another for muscles, and still A winter trip to Southern California aud Arizona via the famous Shasta Route is one never to be forgotten. Renewed acquantance 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, morning 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. Miller . Gen. Passr. Agent, Portland, Or. ia permanently located in Corvallis. Will : another for bones. A correct diet will treat both chronic and acute diseases ; not only nourish a particular part of the Kf&S MThnsTs nn! ', '.but " ery store. Honrs from 8:30 to 11:45 a. 1 Yet' nowev good your food may be, I m. : 1 to 5 :45 p. in. , its nutriment is destroyed bv indigestion ' ' or dyspepsia. You must prepare for The Children's Friend. their appearance or prevent tlieir coming . j by " taking regular doses of Green's You'll have a cold this winter. Maybe ; August Flower, the favorite medicine ol you have one now. Your children will , the healthy milhoos. A few doses aids B A NHER SALVE 1 digestion, stimulates the liver to healthy action, purifies the b'ood, and makes you feel buoyant and vigorous. You can get Dr. G, G. Green's, reliable remedies at Graham & Wo'tham. Get Grten's Special Almanac. Mrs. S. H. Allport, Johnstown, Pa., says:. "Our little girl almost strangled to death with croup. The doctors said she couldn't live but she was instantly relieved by One Minute Cough Cure. signs of hoarseness or croup. "4 Graham & Wells, r suffer, too. For cough, croup, bronchitis, grip aud other winter complaints One Minute Cough Cure xever fails. Acts promptly, It is very pleasant to the taste and perfectly, harmless. C. B, George, Winchester, Ky., writes: "Our little girl was attacked with croup late one night and was so hoarse she could hardly speak. We gave her a few doses of One Minute Cough Cure. , It relieved her immediately and she went; to sleep. When she awoke neit morning she bad no Graham & Wells, the most healing salve in the world. "Try this Office for Job Work. For Sale. Having retired from the business of farming, I will sell a 3-inch Bain wagon, a springtcoth Jiayrake, and a splen did young mare, cheap. Terms, cash 01 well secured note. J. I. Tatlof, . '. Corvallis, Or. A Wise Woman Or a wise nian, for that matter, will read the ad of W. B. Satterlee and select therefrom the books to be used for holi day presents. These books are beauti fully and substantially bound, and are first-class publications throughout. Noth ing will be better appreciated by s friend or relative. "I ha retaken Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and have never used anything in my life that did me the good that did." says County Physician George W. Scroggs of Hall County, Ga. "Being a physician I have perscribed it aud found it to give the best results." If the food you eat remains undigested in your stomach it decays there and poisons the system. You can prevent this by dieting but that means starvation. Kodol Dispepsia Cute digests what you eat You need suffer from neither dispepsia nor starva tion, The worse case quickly cured. Never fails. Graham & Wells. Chas. Replogle, Atwater, O.,' was in very bad shape. He says: "I suffered a great deal with my kidneys and was requested to try Foley's Kidney Cure. I did so and in four days I was able to tro to work again, now I am entirely well.'' Graham & Wortham. Wantea. 1000 girls for house work, 75 girls for work in Hotels, 50 girls for work in stoles,' 10 giila for waiting on table, steady work, good pay, $15 to $25 per month at II. H. Higley's Employment office No. 1852 Morrison St. Portland, Oregon. E. H. TAYLOR DENTIST. Dentistry of every description done in first Class manner, ana sausiauuuu anteed. CFiQWH AND BRIDGE WORK & SPESIJilTY Office over Zierolf 's grocery store, oppos i the post office, tci vallis. uregon. Drugs & Medicines Kodaks & Photo Supplies ijcillcimrils Corvallis, Oregon Established, Incorporated, 1898 WHOLESALE Ac RETAIL. Dailv Ex. Sun. 8. p. m. Saturday. 10 p. m. Colutrbia River Steamer. To Astoria & way- landing. 4 p. m. 4 p. m. Except Sunday WILLAMETTE RIVER DIVISIOr Water Permitting. Steamer Rut h leaves Corvallis for Al bany, Salem, Portland and Way Land ings, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. :00 a.m.; returning, arrives uorvaniB about Midnight, Monday, Wednesday and Friday. E. F. THAYER, Agent, Corvallis. A. L CRAIG, Gen. Pass. Agent, Portland, Oregon. Notice for Publication. Umtio tatk I-and Officr. Orefron City. (rt f n, i 'i-U-btT, 5, 1U01 Not tie is hereby pi vi that in i-oiiiplianue with the provisions f the ait 'f i Vnjrress of June 3, 17-8 entitled "An at-t f'T the tale of timber lands in the St Htes of California, Orefcf'ii, Nevada, ami ttaphinjr. t'-n Territory," as extended to all the Public Laud States by act of Angtnt 4, 1M2. CHAHLhSW. WILKINSON, of Philomath, enKiity of Benton, State of 'regon, h:is thisduv filftl in this otlh-e hi bworn statement No. f.K4, nr the purchaiie of the S. 4 of N W. i and Lots 3 ami 4 of seeiimi No, 4 in Township No. 13 South, Hange No. 7 West, ai d 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 t-aid land before the Uejrister and Receiver of this office at Oregon City, Oregon, on Satin day, the 21s-t day of December, ID' 1. lie n:.ir.es as witnerc es: Ielro?e CVurter of Falls City, Crep:ti. .?ohn Hyoe of ihiionath, OWgon, Chark';i dii! of Philomath, Oregon, aud trtd Sinn rai of Philomath, Oregon, Any and ail persons claiming adversely the above described lands re requet-ted to file their claims m this office on or before said 2ist day of December LUUl CHAS, B. Mi.OKKS, Register Notice for I ublicntion. The most complete lineot Pure Drugs and Chemicals in Corvallis. Books and Stationery, Commercial Pa pers, Pine Perfumery, Toilet Article, Combs, Brushes and Mirrors. Pocket Knives, Scissors, Fine Cutlery CIGARS Manager of Perscription Department, T. A. JONBS, Registered, Special Course in Pharmacy at Terdue Universi ty, Indiana Unitkd Ptatks Land Ofkick. Oregon City, Or. .Nov, 29, Notice is hereby crivtn that in co mpliance wUh the provisions of the act of congress of June 3, 1B3, tlllllioa M'l i r mo nus ui tutim-i ikiius in the States of California, Oregon Kivmla. ml Washington Terriloriy," as cxtcmitd to all the Pub lic Land States by act of Auyust 4, 1892, BLANCHE KAKIN, of Dallas, county of Polk, State of Oregon, has this dav tiled in this office her sworn statement No. 5Sotf, for the purchase of the S W J of Section 12 in Townstip No. 13 S, Large No. 7 W, and will offer proof to show lhat the land (ought ie more valuable for its timber or stone than for agricultural purposes, and to establish he - claim to mud land be fore the Regif-ttr and Receiver of this office at Ore gon City, on Thursday, the 13th day ot February, lHUz. rne niniesat wiwstee: jmcuaei , iijmi, w Philomath, Ore., Freeman W. Kobnifcow and Albeil M. Kobifs n, 1 oth ot Fall City, Ore., and Hort C. Lakin, of Lallas, Ore. Ant iLiid ail ntrsons cluiminir adverpeh the abot'e- descrihfd lands are request d to tile their claims hi this office on or before said 18th day of February, 1902. OHAS B. MOOhtS. Kegister. C.H. NEWTH Physician 8? Surgeon PHILOMATH, OREGON. i he First National Bank OF CORVALLIS, OREGON. ESTABLISHED 1890. OFFICERS & DIRECTORS M. S C. E. WOODCOCK, President. MOOR, Vice-President. WALTER T. WILES, Cashier. GEO. E. LILLY, Assistant Cashier. JOHN WILES, Corvallis, Oregon. A cangh, cold or la grippe can le"i.ip ped in the bud, with a dose or two of Foley's Honey and Tar. Beware of sub stitute)!. Graham & Wortham. Loans Made TO jiOjVStSEEKERS. No. 10! io acres, 15 in cultivaiion, good buildings, fine fruit and water, good bottom land; pi'ii-e, f650. 42 miles from Philomath. 74 1 GO acres; 30 in cultivation; small house; good barn and waler; miles from town; 'cheap at $1,5C0; on main county road gocd pasture and timber. No. 11286 ac res, 30 in cultivation bal ance good pasture and limber, fair house and barn and other buildings, fine fruit and "rater, one and one-balf miles from Philomath, price $2,000; a good place for the money. No. 8165 acre, 140 in cultivation, good bouse, barn, orchard and water. All well fenced, two miles from Philot math, one of the guest farms in Oregon : price (30 per acre. . ; HENRY IKBtER, Real Estate Agent, Bxt 50, Philomath, Benton Ccn.ly, Oregon. On all kinds of approved security, and especially to encourage and build up the legitimate busi ness enterprises and industries of this country. Deposits Received subject to check payable ou demand. To Step a Cold. After exposure or when yon feel a cold commit on, take a Oofe ot ole s noney and Tar. H never fails to stop a cold if taken in time. Cu 1 tni & AYortlmm. Foreiga Exchange Sight exchange and transfers sold available In the principal cities of England, Ireland, Switzer land, France, Belgium. Holland, Norway, Swed en, Denmark, Italy, Russia, Spain, Portugal, Ger many, Austria. Letters of Credit Issued available iu the principal cities of the United States. Principal Correspondents Upon Whom Wj Sell Sight Exchange The Commercial National Bank of Chicago. The First National Bank of Portland, Oregon. The Bank of California, San Francisco, Calif. Anglo-Cahfornian Bank, San Francisco, Calif The National City Bank New York. The Bank of New York-National Banking Ass'n. Importers &Trader's National Bank, New York Shoe and Leather National Bank of Boston. Masft. Philadelphia National Baukof riiiladelpaia. Pa - "Tiiumphs and Wonders of the 19th Century;" a remarkable book; Fells on s:ght; free territory ; liberal commissions. Addrap, Washi ngton Publishing Co. Chamber of commerce Building-, Tacoma j Wash. Notice. Notice is hereby given that the viewers appointed by the Common Council of .Corvallis, to estimate the proportionate st.are of ihe cost that tlie sevetal prt'ptrty owners should py toward the construction of a sewer fiont tho north line of Block 1ft, South ward through tiie sllcy tc the North line of Block 14, olfl town of Corvsllis, have tiled tbtit rtrortof whith the following is a copy to-wit: Corvallis, Oregon, Nov. 1, K01. To the Hon. Msyor nd Ccur.cilmen of the C le mon Ct'iit'cil of the city of Corvallis, Oregon. GKNTLLMLN: We the undersigned hereto fore appointed by ycu as viewers to tstinrate th. proportionate shnre of the cot of a few r to be con structed in the tity of Corvallis fn.ni the n an-hole on the sewer now on JenVrson Street n the N. side of Block 15, City of Cm albs, thence Southerly fol lowing the alley of raid Hlock 15 in a straight line to a point on the H. line of Block 14, and to asstss the same to the several owners of the property benefit ted thereby, beg to report as follows: That we met at the office of the Pelice Judge of the City of Corvallis, on the 12th day of Nov. A. IX 1601, at 3 P. M., when were present (of your viewers) S. L Henderson and Virgil E. Watters, and after Di aling the objections of Mr. B. F. Hyland and havinr carefully examined the line of said proposed sewer and the adjoining piopcrty, we adjourned to meet Saturday Nov. loth, Wt'l. at 6 P. M AvaI now having catefully considered said matters find; That said proposed i-ewcr will lie : H8 feet m length ; that a man-hole and two cati h basins will be attached thereto and located in the streets of Cor vallis That the contract to construct said stwer baa been awarded in tho mm of $448 75.1 l.at the expense of the construct! -n of the H8 feet ai d nr. an-hole ard basins, amounting to ?lf5.723 tl culd U borne by the City, and that the piperty eimiel are equally nenelitttd in proroiticm to the i.tmber ol lots owned. We therefore estirrate and assess the proportionate share of the cot of said sewer as follows: Thtt thet the City of Conallis psy for the B8 feet in the streets, including nan-bole and basin amounting to 'f 5 723 That M M. Ltav is as the owner ot Lots 1, 2. 3, & 4. of said Block If., toy W 8 'IhatM. K. Lee as the oner of lots 6 46 said block 15 iav -3S That J. HI. Ivolau as the owner of Lots J & 8, said block 15 pay 8.SS8 That B. V. Hvlsnd as the owner of Lot , JO, 11, & 12 spid block "l, pav 97 6T Keiieetlully, Vil Git. E. WATTrrf, S. L. Hksdku.0. That tjie property declared by oidinance to be r! rectly lier.etittcd by said sewer is all of Bloek IS, oiiginal town of Corvallis, and all of dauitttreet included between third aud fourth sticet Conallis, Oregon. That within ten dsys fre-m the fir.al publication of this notice, towit: January 3, 1&02, the owner ot any pioperty ascertained and determined by said v it wen to ae directly benefitted by faid fewer or drain is hereby required to file with the l'olice Joe'ge ef C orvallis, any obji ctien l,e or shemsy have totla findings and deteiminatiins of said viewers. . E P. CBirrtr. ' - Police Judge ot Ihe Ci1 et CorilI).