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Hit COBllllS GETTt FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1900- &&ig Oar local Bryan organ seems to be one of a very few papers in the country that have learned nothing from the recent election. Bat then, Vhat was to be ex pected. The Times announces the fact that Siandard Oil stock has advanced in value since Novem ber 6th, and declares that this is the result ot election. The price of sugar has been reduced about 15 per cent since election Has this been a result of the election, too? Or did conditions entirely outside of the pale of politics have something to do with it? Now thafr the intoxication of thi campaign is beginning to wear away the Bryan press is coming to see the situation as the republicans viewed it two months ago. The Roseburg re view makes fcllis acknowledge ment: "Anyway the democratic party has been ussd to good ad vantage by W. R. Hearst during tha campaign to advertise hia three big yellow journals." When the voters of the Uni ted States chose William Mc Kinley for president, they en dorsed this plank in the republi can platform: "We condemn all conspiracies and combina tions intended to restrain busi ness, to create monopolies, to limit production, or to. control prices, and favor such legisla tion as will effectively restrain and prevent all such abuses, protect competition and secure the rights of producers, laborers and all who are engaged in in dustry and commerce," and the oonntry may res assured that so far as it is in the power of the best brains in the nation to de vise effective legislation, and of the administration to enforce it, everything possible will be done to redeem this pledge. "A majority of the American people have just voted for a de fense and a perpetuation of the trust principle," says an irre sponsible contemporary, which contained these words the morn ing after election: "The Amer ican people wanted to condemn trusts. McKinley's preferment is unusual. It is mainly due to the refusal of the democrats east of the Mississippi to accept Bry an's views on finance. The day that Bryan forced specific men tion of free coinage in tho plat form, he invited defeat. It was the Hollow Way of O'Hain hat brought him his Waterloo." Now what does this jumping jack believe? Did the people vofco for a defense and a perpetu ation of the trust principle, or did their vote mean a condemna tion of Brvanism? What Others Have Done. Dr. James Withycombe, vice director of the O A O Experi ment Station, who is now in the East, has written a very inter esting letter to C. H. Markham, from which the following extract is taken. It will demonstrate to the farmers of the valley what casi be don?, and clearly shows that some of the Eastern states have experienced the exact con ditions that are now confronting the farmers of the Willamette Valley. The following is gleaned: A visit to the dairying seo tions of these states cannot fail to impress one favorably, as the ear marks of prosperity are in evidence On every hand. To illustrate this point, perhaps statistics obtained in Jefferson county, Wis., will best serve my purpose. This countw has a population of about 40,000 aud there are abnt 40,000 cows lept in the county, yielding an an nual revenne from skim-milk, butter and cheese of $2,000,000. Before lie advent of dairying theie grain growing was the principal agricultural industry. During this period the average crop of wheat dropped to about eight bushels per acre and 6o per cent of the farms were mort- i gaged. Since tue introduction of dairying the average yield of wheat has been brought up to 22 bushels per aere and the fai nrjrs have 2,000.000 deposi ted to t-licir cro.iit in the the county. Tire pb nomenal g:wth of the industry in Jshss! county largely due to the per-; sonai efforts of ex-Governor Hoard and to the influence of his splendid paper, Hoard's' Dairyman. After investigating the dairy- j iug industry here, my couvic- tions are materially strength- j ened in the fact that the 1 -, . ... 1 , c: 1 cow win ultimately uccouie iuc : ' corner-stone of agricultural pros- perity in our state, probably: more especially so in Western Oregon. From here I go East to visit the principal experiment sta tions and the o;der dairying sec tions. What Mr. Stone Said. Edwin Stone, manager of the Corvallis & Eastern Railroad, who is in the city, says 40,000 acres of land have been thrown open for settlement west of Cor vallis, toward the Coast Range slope. In the course of an in terview, Mr. Stone mentioned the mining excitement arounu Detroit, in the Cascade Moun tains, and the fact that survey ors were working westward from the summit of the Cascades to ward the present terminus of the Corvallis & Eastern. The land thrown upon the market west of Corvallis be longed to the Geo. S. Coe estate. It has been taken out of the courts and placed upon the mar ket by Coast Laud & Livestock Co., of which J. K. Weatheiv ford is secretary. The land is mostly grazing aud agricultural land, with a small scattering of timber. When asked about the mining strike near Detroit, Mr. Stone said he did not want to be quoted as an authority, but would give the information for what it was worth. According to report, a ledge 100 feet wide has been un covered, which could b traced a distance of nearly two, miles. While in Albany some rock was sent him for the purpose of hav ing it assayed in Portland. The letter accompanying the rock stated that the ore was taken from the ledge at a depth ot three feet. Its assayed $4. 13. Nine cents of that was silver; all the balance gold. The new strike is 58 miles from Albany. Mr. Stone would not say much about the surveying party fur ther than that) they had been in the interior of Central Oregon relocating the old survey line of the Oregon Pacific and that they were working west. During the last year his road, he said, had handled large lumber and log ging trade. Telegram. Timber Consumption. In the reporf of Expert A. J. Johnson, who was commissioned to prepare the forestry exhibit for the Pan-American Exposi tion, has made a report relative to the timber resources of Ore gon. Following is an interest ing extract from his report, and relates entirely to the consump tion of the timber of this state: Roughly speaking, the total consumption of timber in the state for the present year will amount; to 900,000,000 feet. Of this quantity the mills are cred ited with 500,000,000, and the remaining 400,000,000 covers that whioh will be used for fuel, fenae posts, fence rails, railroad ties aud such miscellanies. It is interesting: to. note that jthe mills will consume 100,000, oqo more feet this year than was consumed last year. This is proof that not only have many new mills been established, but that all the -old mills, some of which have been closed, have been kept running full blast. Auother interesting faot to note is that the fuel consumption almost equals that of the mills'. Last year the fuel consump tion was the same aud upon former years larger. It is only within the last year that the mill supply exceeds that of the fuel supply. Eack of cheap coal causes 400,000,000 feet of" fuel to be consumed for fuel every year. Nearly all the steamboats running on the rivers, many of the engines running out of the eity, and the principal factories and industries in Oregon use wood for steam pnrposes. As soon as a cheap grade of coal is placed upon the market as is promised in the near future, this consumption -will be cut down to a nominal figure. ra im a c i-.r. kAh ?i ti by warm shampoos with Ccticcea Goap, fol lowed ty light dressings v,'ith Ccticuiia, pur est of emollients and greatest of skin cure3. This treatment will clear the scalp and hair of crusts, scales, and dandruff, sootlio irri tated, Itching surfaces, stimulate tha hair follicles, supply the roots, with energy and nourishment, and produce luxuriant lustrcua hair with clean, wholesome scalp. Bold everywhere. Potter D.anuC. Cor.y , Sole Prons.. liotton. OS- " How io Mm loMat iia." frea. The Light of the World or Our Savior in Art. Cost nearly :j'100,030 to produce. Con tains nearly 100 full-page engravings of our Savior and His Mother by the world's gieatest painters. True copies of the greatest Masterpieces in the art galleries of Europe. Every picture is a beauti ful as a sunrise over the hilltops. Con tains description of the paintings, biog raphy of the painters, the names ami lo cations of the galleries in Europe where the originals may be seen. Also contains a Child's Department, including a Child's Story of the Chiist and Ilia Mother, beautifully written, to lit each picture. This wonderful book matchless in its purity and beauty, appeals to every mother's heart, and in every Christian home where there are children the hook sells itselt. Christian men aud women are making money rapidly taking orders. A Christian man or woman can in this community soon make $1,000 taking or ders for Christmas presents. Mrs. Waite, our assent in Massachusetts, has sold over 3,00J worth of the books in a very short time. Mrs. Sackett, our agent in New York, has sold over $1,500 worth of books in a very short time. The book is printed on velvet -finished paper, beauti fully bound in Cardinal Red and gold, and adorned with Golden Roses and Lilies. It is, without doubt, the most beautiful book ef this century. AVtite for terms quickly and get the manage of that territoiy. You can woik on salary or commission, and when you prove your success we will promote you to tho position of Manager and Corres pondent, at a permanent salary, to devote your lini3 to attending to agents and the correspondence. Wanted also a State Manager to have charge of office hi Lead ing City of tho State and manage all the business of tho State. Send for terms. Address THE BRITISH-AMERICAN CO Corcoran Building, Opposite U. S. Treasury, Washington, D. C. 10 fiOiESEOimS. If you arc looking fox bargrdus in Stock, Grain and Fruit Farms I have them . (Ionic and see me or write for my list. HENRY AM!5I,ER, Ileal Estate Agent, rhi!omatn, Benton County, Oregon. Box so. For Rent . Will rent 200 acres of land vest of Monroe and take part payment of rent in work and improvements on the place. Address M. S. Woodcock, Administrator, Corvallis, Oregon. Notice to Farmers. We will grind plow snares each Satur day. Other repair work will receive prompt attention . The Foundry. Pitiaos and Organs for Sale. Call at residence in Wiikins Addition and see samples of high grade pianos and organs just unboxed. Can give bar gains on goods of the highest merit as they arc shipped direct from the factory thus saving middle men's profits and giving the benefit of this economy to patrons. All invited to inspect goods. MORD.U'XT A. Goodsouoii. I will pay in cash for ail kinds of live poultry the highest market price. J. H. Mattlev, Residence west of S P depot, Corvallis. Southern California. Notable among the pleasures afforded by t he Shasta Route is the winter trip to Southern California and Arizona. Re newed acquaintance with this section will ever develop fresh points of interest and added industries, in its prolific vege tation aud among its numberless resorts of mountain, shore, valley and plain. The two daily Shasta trains from Port land to California have been recently equipped with the most approved pat tern of standard and tourist sleeping cars, but the low rates of fare will still continue in effect. Illustrated guides to the wiuter resorts of California and Arizona may be bad on application to C. II. Markham, G. P. A., Portland, Oregon. Admiaistrator's Notice. Notice is hereby given that the uude.rcd has been appointed administrator of the estate of Arthur Johnson, deceased, and all credi rors of said estate are required to preseat their c.aims duly verified as by law required, with the yiroptr vouch ers, to said undersigned at his residence near Wells, Ronton county, or to Yates, Yatea & Gibson at their offices, Corvallis, Oregon, within six months from this date. Corvallis, Or., October 11, 10C0. JOHN D. HARRIS, Adm'r Estate Arthur Johnson, Dee'd i lie Commercial Kestaurant and Bakery Fresli Bread, Cakes, Pies, Etc. -- S?Kept Constantly on Hand. 5 Leave orders for Dressed ChicKetis. Yaquina Oysters in Season. mil DM AN RIPD I J is well to remember that you can cover Benton County thoroughly by placing your advertisement in the "Gazette They get Proper Display, Proper Position and Proper Treatment. come 'co think over it, you can easily under stand why somanyprom nent advertisers place ads in this paper. 9 at's the Executrix' otico to Creditors. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned ; ha fa' on July continued and appointed sole executrix of the last will and testament of u o. Kline, deceased, by the County Court of the Slate of Oregon for rtinton count y for probate. All persona having dauus airainst said estate ire icrjuircd to present ttiHJ panic, duly Verified, to me at rov residence in Cora lis, Oregon, or at tho law oiliee f K. liotgote in L'orvaltis, Oregon, within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice. Dated at CorvaHiS, Or. this 2nd day of Nov., Paclixa Klink, Executrix. Notice of Final Settlement. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned ex ecutor of the estate of Elizabeth A. Ceaeh, de c;ased, has filed In the Cnnty Cent t of Benton county, Oregon, his final account at each executor cf the last will aud te&tament ot ftlizubetn A Beach, deceased, and that Saturday, the'jtsth day ef October A. D. , 19J0, at the hour of 10 o'clock, a. xu. has bei-n fixed by -said court as tha tioae for hearin objec tions to said account and the settlement thereof. WILLIAM BOGUE, Administrator of the Last Will and Testament of Elizabeth A. Bcaeii, Deceased. Administrator's Notice. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed administrator of the estates of Ran som A. Belknap and Mahala Belknalt, deceased, and all creditors of ssid estates are required to present their claims as per law required, with proper vouch ers, to said undersigned at his residence near Mon roe, Renton county, within six mouths from this date. Corvallis, Or., October 31, 1S00. ' w. C. Belknap. Adm. Estates of Ransom A. Belknap and Mahala Belknap, deceased. Wanted. Old cast iron of any kind. Farmers, we will pay yon from one-fourth to sne balf more for your iron than any junk dealer. We are ready to do repair work of any kind, at any time. Patronize us. Bring your old iron and get your money. The Foundry, Corvallis, Or. This is beyond question the most successful Couph Medi cine ever known to science; a few doses invariably cure the worst cases, of Couh, Croup and RTcncltitis, whilo its won derful success in the cure of B Consumption is without a par allel in t lie history of medicine. Since its first discovery it has been sold on a guarantee, a test which r.o other medicine can stand. If you have a Ccutfh, v earnestly nsk you to try it. In United States and Canada Sc., U)c. and $1.00, and in England 3s. i.'d., &. 2d. and 4s. Cd. SOLE PROPRIETORS JLS LEROY, N.Y. TORONTO, CAN, Sold bGraham & Wortham. Get your Job Work' done here I Cough and jnsumption j 3 &Co.l J f W SF F V V V 'V1 J&r I $QfM) YEARLY to Christian j W W vv" man or woman to look i j after our growing business in this M f and adjoii.i!)g Counties; to act as J j? Manager and Correspondent, work con be clone at home. Enclose e se'f addressed, stamped en.elope q g, for partienlars to H. A. Sherman, m s Qeneral Manager, Corcoran Build- lb inw. oivnositH TTnitod Statp Tipac. M & nry, Washington, D. C. i 5etic f T raster's Sate. In tho Diatrirt Ctfurt of th Un t$J States fvr the Dlitrictoi Orejoii. In the M&ttar of MB iSxfcru)&ey. Bankrtxnt. 3?tico i hereby ciren that in ursusnrr of ad order of the Referee in bankruptcy fr Lion county, Oregon, I will, &t the henr of three o'cleck p. ni., on the Uthday of September. 19M, hi froat of thn pejtoflce in the town ef Philomath, Benton county, Orepoii, sell at public aaetien to the highest bidder therefor, for cash in hand, all the rijht, titlo ana in tor-fit hich the abTe-namei bankrupt at any tioo bad and which I now hare by rirtoe ef being trneteeinthe aboTe-entitled matter, in the follow ing described premises, to wit: An undivided one-fourth of lot 96, in block SI In tho city of Philomath, la P. en tern ceUutv, Oregon, as tho airo appears on record on tho map and plats of said city now on file in the one ef the county recorder of said county. Snch sale will be made subjexst to approval of Raid Court. , Dated this 24th day of August, 19d0. JAMES ELKIS, Trustee in the Matter of the abore- named Bank rupt. Notice for Publication. United States Land Ofkick, Oresoa City, Orefon. Nov, 1st, 1900. Notic is hcrrhy fiieu that in l onipliancc r.ith the provisions of t'.ie set of Congress ef Juno 3, 1S78, entitle: "An set for th. sale of timber lands in the States of California, Oregon, Nevada, and Wash ington Territory," as extended to all the Public Laud States by act el August 4, 1392. CLAYTON T BLACKMAV. Of Salem, county ef .Marios, state of Oregon, has this day filed in this office his svurn statement No. 5315, for the purchase of the BWji of Section Xo. 14, in T.wnship No. 13 8 range No. 7 West, and will offer proof to show that the land soucht is nio-e valeablc for its timber or stone than for agricultural purposes, and to establish his claim to sa.il land before the register and receiver of this office at Oregon City, Oregon, on Tuesday, the 20th day January, 1981. He names as witnesses: Devillo K Wilson. Robert A. Wilson, and E. V. Spencer, all of Salem, Marion County, Oregon, and Ben V. Spencer of Alsea. Benton County, Oregon. Any aud all persons claiming adversely the aeeve described lands are requested to file their claims in this office on or before said 29th day of January, 1961. CIIAS. B. MOORES. Re gister Jerseys for Sale. For Sale One of the finest Jersey bull?, full blood, born last July, solid color, gentle and kind, will register in the A. J. C. C. Ote very fine fell-blood Jersey bull solid color, prominently mark ed, gentle and kind, born .June 18, 1899. His mother tested 6$ per cent, butter fat. Will register in the P. C. C C. Two nice fuil-blood Jersey hwf ers, solid color, well marked, about 15 months old, gentle and kind, registered In the A. J. C. C. Par ties wanting fine reg-'stered Jersey stock will miss a rare chance if they fail to investigate this opportunity to get fine Jerseys. M. S. Woodcock, Corvallis, Ore. ' THE DIRECT ROUTE TO Montana, TTtalu, Colorado and all Eastern Points 1 Gives choice of two favorite routes, via the Union Pacific Fast Mail Line, or the Rio Grai.de Scenic blues. Look at the Time . . 1 y2 days to Salt Lake zyi days to Deuver 31 days to Chicago 42 days to New York Free Reclining Chair Cars, Upholstered Tetarist Sleeping Cars, and Pnlltoiau Fa'.ace Sleepers, operated ofl all trains. For further iufounation, applyt GEO. F. EGLI3J, Agent, Corvallis, Or. C. O. TERRY, W. t.. COMAN, Trav. Pass. At. Gefi'l Agent. 124 Third St., Portland, Or. E. H. TAYLQR DENTIST. Dentistry of even- description clone in first class manner, and satisfaction guar anteed. SBGWti AH 3 BRIDGE WORK A SPBHH! Office over Zieroli 's grocery store, oppos 'J the pose office. Corvallis. Oregon. B. A. CAT HEY, M. D. Physician $ Surgeon Rooms 34 in Bank Building. Office Honrs J 2 to.4p.m. Residence : Cornet College and 8th Sts. Telephone at office and residence. Corvallis, - Oregon. Notice for Publication. Uxited Statet, Land Ofkicb, Oregon City, Oregon, iagut 22, 190P. Notice is hereby piven lliat the following: namotl ettlr baa Sled notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, unrt that said proof will be wiade before the County Clerk of Uutiton CAHnty. at Corrallis, Oreyr.n, on October 12th, 1900. Vis: EL1SHA V. PEKCEK, It E. Xo. 182D3, fer th N. W. i, Seo. 23, T. 18 8. U. 7 W. He naHies the following witnes- ea to prove hie continCdus rotidsnce npon and cultivation of Said land, viz, Wiliiam Howeil of L'orvaltis, Ore Eon, Thomas J. Childs, O. J. I'.uble and R. Zaim, aij of Aisea, Oregon. ('HAS. B. HOORKS, Rcgiettr. For Stole or Dxclxangc. One hundredjand eighteen lots, in half and whole blocks, in the original town of Newport, thiit health ful and beautiful summer resort, in Lincoln county, Oregon; soruo business lots: residence lots near tho principal churches, school -houcs, and other resi dences; also residence lots comnian.lhuj beautiful views of oce-in andjbay. Fivs fracl'.er.r.l bVDc'. SGrfth oi umi jr.ear ttm State Agric iltu.-al Collejre; all completely tiled, sired thrown up and graded; beautiful, convenient and healthful for residence. Large dwelling, barn and outhouses, centrally located on roomy and commodious ground?, in Corvallis; will exchange for farm near Corvallis. TVenty acres highly improved, all tile drained, and in good state of cultivation; excellent roomy buildings; about one-fourth mile from Agricultural College. Large and roomy house and stable and lot in Cor yallis, good residence, two blocks from the Coui House; high, rolling ground. Kight nice residence lots, thoroughly tile drained, In Wilkins Addition to Corvallis. One lot and hotel, The Vinoent House, on Front street, in Corvalli", centrally located. Seventy-three acres, 0 in orchard, IS in wheat, balance in fT'ibs, timber and pasture; situate west, adjoining the odd Fellows Cemetery, near Corvaliia. VT111 exchange the 'town property named for suitable farm or acreage property; or will exchange the acreage property described, for town property or other farms or acreage; or will sell any or ail of B&id property on reasonable terms and time at res sen&blo rates andpricc3. M. S. WOODCOCK, Oorrallis, Oreffon. Comllis 6 Eastern Ratad, TIME CARD. 2 For Yaquina: Train leaves Albany 12:45 p. ni. " CorvRllis 1 :50 p. m. M arrives Yaquina 6:45 p. n. 1 Returning: Leaves Yaquina. .. . 6:10 a. m. Lavee Cwvallis. . . . 11:30 a. m. Arrives Albany 12:15 p. in. 3 For Detioit: Leaves Albany 7:f.O a. m. Arriycs Detreh 11:20 m. 4 Rftturning: Leavee Detr&ft, 12:10 p.m. ArriTM Albany .... 5:43 j. m. Out and tvrs conned at Albar.y and Corrallis with Southern PaciHe traias, giving diroct eervioe to and from Newport and adjacent ; brashes. ! TrainB for the mouatains arrive 'at nosn, giving ample time to ! rfcach camping grounds on the ! Breitenbush and Santiam river the i same day. Emvra Stone, H. L. Walden, Manager. T. F. & P. A. II. H. Cronise, Agent, Corvallis. ii ey Tub Fixer i is now prepared to do all kinds of bi cycle repairing, enameling, varnishing, etc. Resides being a cliampicn "fixer' of the Willamette valley, he carries a full line ot bicycle sundries and supplies. His Shop Js the headqnaretrs for wheel men. Pav him a visit. NOTICE. Persons desiring to locate on timber claims tributary to the C. & 15. It. R. would do well to call on or correspond with the undersigned. There is a num ber ot first-lass timber claims to be taken up ondf r tho timber or homestead acts. W. L. CLARK, Gates, Marion Co.. Or. Locator. SOUTH-and EAST VIA Southern Pacific Company. THE SHASTA ROUTE Trains leave Corvallis for P rlland and way stations at 1:20 p m . Lv Portland 8:30 a m Ly Albany 12:30 p m Ar Ashland 12:33nm Ar Sacramento 5-00 p m Ar San Francisco-7 :45 p m S :30 p in 10 0 p m 11 :30 a m 4:35 am 9.30 a w ! Ar Ogdcn 5:45 p m j Ar Denver-- 9:00 a m j Ar Kansas City 7 :25 a m , Ar Chicago 7 :55 a 01 11 :45 a m 9 :00 a in 7:25 am 9 :30a ra Ar Los Angeles 1:20 p m Ar El Paso 0:00 p m Ar Fort Worth 6 :3d a m Ar City of Mexico 9 :55 a in Ar Houston 4:00 a in Ar New Orleans--6 :2s a in Ar Washington --G:42 a m Ar New York 12:43 p m 7 :00 a m 6 :00 p m 6:30 a m P:6e a m 4 .00 . ra :!r. p El 6;i''am 18:43 p id PULLMAN AND TOURIST CAItS 00 both trains. Chair cars Sacramento to Ogden and El Paso, and Tourist cars to , Chicago, St Louis, New Orleans and j Wiishinnton. - Connecting at 8an Francisco with sev eral steamship lines for Honolulu, Japan, China, Philippines, America. Central and South See F. E. FARMER, agent a CorvallM station, or address C. H. MARKHAM. G. P. A.. Portland, Or. Bkpart TIME SCHEDULES. Arrive Salt Lake. Denver. Atlantic! Ft Worth. Omaha Fast Mail ' :()0 p.m. Express j Kansas City, St. 9 p. m. I Louis, Chicago and East. Walla Walla. Lew- a , i(t jn, is p o k a ne, : , 8rne Minneapolis, St.' af, Paul.Dnlmh, Mit-iQ f 'er 6:00 p.m. 8;40a. ui. aud Ka.-t Qsesn SieamshiES j All sailing dates I subject to change, i For i?au Francisco, 1 Sail Dw 3, 8, 13. ; 18, iS, 28, & every 5 davs. 8 p m, 4 p. ni. Daily Ex. Sun. 8. p. Rl. Saturday, 1 p. m. Golufcbia River Sts&ner. To Astoria & v ay landiB, 4 p. D4. Except ! Wiilgrcstte mr. ! r :.., . .. 4. SO p. m. (5 ft. in. KiL. tin. berp, Salem, and j $,n,day Wsy-landiupis. i i 7 ft. in. 1 Tuetdav WiiiarasUs Bad Yam-; p-m- Dili RlVCrS. Wednet Oregon ( ity, Day- i day aud 1 ton fe Way -land's. ! Friday. , Thursday and ! S alarday 6 a. in. j T nesday, I T hnrsd'y j and I Satui.l'y I . ( ! Leave j Ripaiia I 3'S5a. in, j Daily. I I i Wiila Etta River. 4:80 p. m. Monday, Porlland to Corval vv edne- lis & Va -land's. d a y and ! Fridav. Snake River. ! ave j Lewiston Kipuria to Lewis'n. ; Daily a. in MR. THAYER, Loeal Agent. THE FIRST ftflTIBMSL BBUi OF Corvallis, Oregon, Does a fceneral uuH conservative bnkm buriaasa E. -R. BRYSOIT, ATTORNEY AT LAW Corvallis, Ore'on. URlee in Xinroir buiiiUii?. DR. JAS. A. HARPER DENTIST Office In WblUharn Block Corvallis, Oregon 4 THE RESORT 99 THOS. WHITEHORN, Prop. W. H. McBraycr and Old Crow Wfei kys, Fire Wines, Iviquors an -1 Cigars. C. H. NEWTH Physician 8f Surgeon PHILOMATH, 0PE3ON. Notary Titles. Conveyancing. JOS. H. WILSON. ATTOR MB Y-AT-JLA W. Practice in all Stale andjFedeial Court. Office ingFirstf National Bank Building.