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8ATU11PAY, JUNE 5,
A Dukl. Two men one uamed Wil
liams and the other Kinuey fought a
duel at Johnson's raueh, Shasta county,
California, recently, in which Kinney
received a rifle bullet through the thigh.
Want War. An editor of the Lou
don Star, in a letter to this country,
describes the English as believing that
this Government and the people desire
war; and that we made our demands
extreme in order to brine: it about.
Central Pacific- The New York
Herald, of May 15th, states that the
earnings of the Central Pacific railway
for April last, were 490.000. That is
at the rate of 5,800,000 in gold per
vear ; or ten per cent, interest on a gold
capital of 58,000,000 The Central
Pacific road did not cost the company,
exclusive of subsidies, more than 20,
000,000. They must, therefore, be real
izing nearly thirty per cent, on their in
vestment and the business of the road
increasing and growing more ponderous
month by month. '
Rather Heavy. Southern Demo
crats do not seem to have the most pro
found respect and endearing love for
their co-laborers in the North. The
Petersburg (Va.) Index, in a recent issue,
goes after Northern Democracy in the
following sarcastic style :
The glorious Democracy of the North ?
The forgers and riveters ot our chains.
The bounders on ot a brave people to de
struction. The heroic prosy-martyrs who
bear with such noble equanimity and
patient endurance the suSeriug of their
Southern brethren. The men who, safe
in the rear, beset the poor devils in Vir
ginia, Texas and Mississippi to keep up
the fire until a reaction gives them the
spoils. And we are sure to do as Senator
Casserly would do were his State beset
as Virginia is ! What did the Senator
do when Virginia cast herself into the
breach to confront the tide of encroach
ment upon American liberty ? What
did he do ? What did they all do ? Oh !
they are a chivalric set '. Their advice
has always been liig-h-sounding, and has
always led to fair results, i By all means,
let their counsels guide us for the future!
The Pacific Railroads.
The are no less than eight railways in
operation or projected, to which the name i
"Pacific" is appended, which fact occa
sions no little confusion in the minds of
many as to the location of each particular !
road. First comes the Union Pacific,
followed by the Central Pacific, a Union
Pacific Eastern Division, a Northern
Pacific, an Atlantic and Pacific, a Central
Branch of the Union Pacific, a Southern
Pacific, and an International Pacific.
The Union Pacific, starting from Ne
braska's capital city, Omaha, and running
westward, terminates at Ogden, Utah.
The Central Pacific runs from California
eastward, joining the Union Pacific at
Ogden. These two roads, now complet
ed, form the great overland railway con
necting the Pacific and Atlantic States.
They form, jointly, what are termed the
Pacific Railroad. The Union Pacific
Eastern Division commences at Wyan
dotte, Kansas, and, running westward
through Topeka and the Smoky Hill
route, will probably make its western
terminus at Denver, connecting there
with a branch of the Union Pacific. It
is also proposed to diverge a branch in
Western Kansas, to run southwesterly to
Goaymas, on the Gulf of California, in
JSenora, Mexico, parsing through Santa
Fe in its way. The Northern Pacific is
the route projected to connect Lake Su
perior with the Pacific via Portland,
Oregon, and Puget Sound. The South
western Pacific forms a continuous line
from St. Louis, Missouri, southwesterly
through the Indian Territory, New Mex
ico, Arizona, to San Francisco, California.
The Central Branch of the Union Pacific
is to connect Atchison, Kansas, with the
Union Pacific at or near Fort Kearney.
Tte Southern Pacific as projected is to
run from Little Rock, Arkansas, through
Northern Texas to the southeast corner
of N-ev Mexico, thence westerly through
Southern Arizona to Fort Yuma, the
southeastern corner of California, and
from thence to San Francisco. The In
ternational Pacific is proposed to be run
on an almost direct line from Cairo, Illi
nois, through Arkansas and . Texas to
Rio Grand City, thence via Monterey,
Saltillo and Zacatecaa to San Bias, on
the Pacific coast of Mexico. From this
road branches are proposed from Rio
Grand City and Monterey, to meet at
Victoria, running thence to the city of
From Gen. Reynolds the War Depart
ment learns that an engagement took
place near Double Mountain east of Fort
Griffin, between a scouting party from
the fort and a band of Comanche and
Kiowa Indians. Fourteen Indians were
A. G. Curtiu, our Minister to Russia,
starts lor that country on the 17th.
The will of Dr. James Rush, of Phila
delphia, disposes of one million dollars of
the estate. After providing certain mod
erate legacies, ho gives the balance to
the Philadelphia Library to purchase a
lot and erect a building, to be called
"Ridgewity Branch Philadelphia Libra
ry. Fifty thousand bushels of wheat, the
first of the new crop, had been received
at Memphis, Tenn., from Panola, Missis
sippi, ami was classed as fair.
At Pittsburg, Penn., a Mrs. Lustin,
engaged at the moment in putting down
a window duriDg a violeut atorm, was
struck by lightning and instantly killed.
Telegrams of May 31st from Indiana,
say that heavy storms had prevailed for
three days in the western portions of the
State, washing away railroad bridges,
etc., and greatly damaging the growing
Advices from Cuba to May 31st, say
that troops are in active pursuit of the
filibusters who landed in the bay of
Uipe, and captured three of their cannon
and killed Mauuel Guersa, commander of
the riflemen. A heavy engagement had
taken plae at Puerto. The insurgents
were uiasiing their forces in the vicinity
of Las TUjis. A skirmish is reported as
having oc curred near Cienfuegos between
regulars .Jad insurgents. Captain Gen
eral Dulci's order sending a number of
political p.isoners to Spain is revoked.
A special from St. Petersburg says the
Emperor of Russia has signified his in
tentiou of sending an envoy extraordinary
to Washington for the purpose of con- j
srratulating President Grant on his elec
tion, and to express the value his majesty
sets on the maintaiuance of friendly rela
tions between the two countries.
The Protestant Congress which assem
bled at Worms, May 31st, was attended
by 20,000 persons, including representa
tives from all the States in Germany.
The Congress resolved against the Papal
exhortation to return to the Roman
church, and in condemnation of the En
cyclical letter. The idea of the forma
tion of a united German church is mooted.
Major General George II. Thomas ar
rived at San Francisco and assumed com
mand of the Division of the Pacific on
the 1st inst. The retiring commander,
Gen. Halleck, goes East at once.
Well made counterfeit Mexican dollars,
bearing date of 1865, were in circulation
in San Francisco.
Up to the 1st inst. the fire was still
burning in the Crown Point (Nev.) mine,
but work was actively progressing in the
The Berlin journals say they consider
a European war inevitable.
Temperance Rally. Mr. Winning
sends the following synopsis of a temper
ance meeting held at Lebanon on the
22d of May last, to the Corvallis Gazette:
It was resolved that a general invita
tion be extended to all Temperance men,
women and children of Linn 'county, and
neighboring counties, to meet with this
That the meeting be self-sustaining;
that is, that all uniting with us, will come
prepared to hospitably entertain them
selves. That the meeting be held on Friday,
July the 9th, ,1869, and that Lebanon be
On motion the following committee on
speakers and programme were appointed :
21. J. lieorge, . Aimer, o. v. aucluu
aid, Miss.Ralston, Miss. Claypool, Jas
Marks, Wm. Marks, and R. AV. Miller
That a committee of one for each pre
cinct in Linn county be appointed to aid
and encourage the formation of Public
Temperance Societies in each precinct.
Thft followins persons were appointed ;
J. W. Mack,' A- E. Ellis, J. V. Crawford,
F. M. Wadsworth, J. N. McDonald, H.
A. McCartney, JVL Stites, J. A. Douthit,
Rev. J. A. Powell, 3f. Ostrander, A. Nye,
II. M. Brown, J. T. Crooks, and Wm.
To those gentlemen pn precinct com
mittees who were not rjrcsent at the con
vpntinn -are, hnnn vnn will give, the mat
ter your attention and let us hear of
your soon organizing a riJDiic .Lemper
ance Societv in vonr immediate vicinity
By so doing you will oblige a-oart of the
On motion the convention djourned
to meet at Oak Point Schoolhouse, Linn
county, Oregon, July 16th, 186".
Ritualism is called by a religions paper
"the Ilumpty-Dumpty ot the churcn.
A tunnel under the sea, from Shetland
to Ireland, is proposed
A Yankee, describing in oniwnent
From the Jacksonville -Sentinel :
The Rogue i River Educational Socie
ty held a meeting on Wednesday, and re
solved to comaienee work on the Acade
my at Ashland immtdiatly. A meeting
will be held on Tuesday next, for the
purpose of electing Directors.
Oil Monday evening Mr. Humphrey,
of Willow Springs, . was found in his
house in a hepless condition, and quite
speechless. lie was brought to town and
cared for. but his recovery is very doubt
ful. A movement is on foot in Eastern Ore
gon and Washington Territory for a mass
railroad convention, to be held at Uma
Mr. Copeland, who lives at the foot of
the mountains, between Cottonwood and
Russell creek, had a fine Americau mare
killed by a stroke of lightuing on Friday
evening, the 21st ult.
The people of Umatilla are organizing
an agricultural society. A meeting to
complete the organization, by the adop
tion of a constitution and by-laws, will be
held on the first Monday in July.
Hon. O. Jacobs has received his com
mission as Associate Justice of Washing
All the the merchants of Jacksonville
offer for sale goods made at Ash
land Mills in their own valley. 4
A few days ago Mr. Whitney, of Ash
land, Jackson county, lost a little girl
about one and a half years old, by drown
ing. The child accidentally fell into a
box in which there was some water, and
when found was quite dead.
The Sentinel hears of a citizen of
Jackson county, who having ascertained
that some persons had cut a large
amount of rails on Government laud, im
mediately entered the fraction on which
they were and now forbids the parties
claiming the rails to remove them or
otherwise trespass on his ground.
The wife of Dr. J. C. Shelton, of
Salem, died on Monday. Her maiden
name was Pauline Whitson. She was
well known for her gentle demeanor and
varied accomplishments. She was also a
person of considerable literary acquire
ments and has printed in the newspapers
of the State many pieces of merit and
A correspondent who has passed over
the trail lrom Roseburg to Coos Bay
writes that the road is a very rugged and
difficult one, and that he considers the
success of the company who are attempt-
road as quite
problematical. Their capital stock is
40,000, but he thinks that at least
150,000 will be required to build the
road, i The companv have a land s;rant
but he deems it of but little present
From the Jacksonville Sentinel :
"On Monday evening a miner, named
Henry Feilzinge, was discovered dead in
his claim on Harris gulcb, a short dis
tance from Willow Springs. The de
ceased had been workins: alone in a low
drift, and had apparently been caved on
when coming out from the drift. It was
thought that the unfortunate man had
been dead several days. The faithful
dog of the poor fellow was watching a
few feet from the body, having
scraped out a bed iu the soft ground.
and was almost starving with hunger,
probably never having left the corpse to
The Roseburg paper learns that Mr.
Rowley, of the Coquille valley, recently
found live-swarms of wild bees in the
woods near his residence.
More than one hundred men are en
gaged in working and prospecting in the
gold mines on Myrtle creek in Douglas
county. Considerable gold is obtained
The Fourth at Portland. Prep
arations are beiug made on a grand scale
for a celebration on the coming 4th of
July in Protland. Five thousand dollars
are to be expended in celebrating, fifteen
hundred of which will be devoted to the
purchase of fireworks. Four brass bands
. ' 1 . I . .t . i
Iiavu iteuu ciigaijcu, aim imu u ners tail
ed of, to furnish music for the occasion.
The celebration will take place on Mon
day, the 5th. They will have a grand
time, no doubt, and in case our folks
don't celebrate, Albany will be well rep
resented there. Salem also intends do
ing the nice thing on that day. Ror for
the 4th of July.
Murpkr at Vancouver. Alex.
Coffin, Democratic canidatc for sheriff,
shot and mortally wounded Thos. J.
Fletcher, a Republican convert from the
confederate Democracy, at Vancouver,
(W. T.) on last Monday evening, and re
ports concerning the affair, published iu
the Oregon ian, though conflicting, agree
that it was an unprovoked attempt to
Speeches. We are in receipt of a
pamphlet containing the speeches of
Hon. Wm. Sprague, some five in num
ber. Sprague is U. S. Senator from
Rhode Island, and is a son-in-law of
Chief Justice Chase.
Harvest. Our farmers are getting
read' for'jharvest. A few more days of
such weather as we have enjoyed the past
week, and, the grain will be ready for the
NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned
lias becu appointed administrator of the
estate of John A. Sims, deceased. AH persons
having claims against said estates, are notified to
present the same, to said administrator, at his
residence near Ilarrisburg, Linn county, Oregon,
verified according to law, within six months from
the date hereof. J. P. SCHOOLING.
June 2, 18G9-39w4 Administrator.
Over 30,000 Persons
TESTIFY to the wonderful cures of
T- VY. IYIxixiiy's
Manufacturer and Dealer
in all kinds of
FURNITURE & CABINET WARE,
Under the "States Rights Democrat', office,
A LB AS Y,
Wool Shipment. 'lhe shipment of
wool from this city last week by Messrs.
Beach & Monteita, to California, is pro
nounced by the Oregonian as the largest
shipment of the season, it "aggregated
Testimonial. Head the new adver
tisement of Dr. J. W. Murray's Lung
and Liver Balsam, iu which Dr. Brown,
of Portland, testifies to its virtues.
Halsum for the Liver and Dlood, Nature's own
remedy. One of the celebrated physicians of
Portland Rays he is cured of the Lung and Liver
complaint, and says he owes his life to
Dr. Murray's Lung' and I-iver Ralsam.
Read what he says :
Portlaxii, May 21, lSf,9.
I have tried Ir. J. W. .Murray's Lung and
Liver llalsam. I used it in my family with tbo
best of success. I was sick lor some months and
usod every remedy. 1 called in several physi
cians, but they did me no good. I exhausted
every remedy known to the mo'lical profession,
aud received no beucfit. This Lung and Liver
ialsam cured me, and I do not hesitate to recom
mend it to the public as a good and safe remedy
to the public and lay friends. It is good, and
those who know me, as many do in this State, as
I have lived in many parts of it, know that I
would not recommend thorn to use a thing that
had no merit, because I am opposed to quack
remedies. G. W. BROWN, M. D.
General Agents :
SMITH & DAVIS, Portland, Oregon.
HODGE & CALEF, " "
June 5, 'o9-39tf
MURRAY'S IMPROVED MAGIC
Oil the King of Pain. ju.r-3'.ltf
Wool. This article has been coming
in freely during the week. Messrs.
Beach & Monteith are paying twenty-two
cents for it.
Jits. Betsey Dodge, a widow lady of
seventy-three years of age, on Block Is
land, lias during the past year woven in
an old-fashioned hand-loom, four hun
dred yards of cotton and wool-cloth, and
eight hundred aud ninety-one yards car
peting, making in all 1,2'Jl yards, besides
doing all the work for her family.
NOTICE is hereby given that the underfigncd
have been appointed Executors of the estate
of Thomas Martin, deceased, by the County Court
of Linn count', Oregon That all claims against
tbo estate must be presented to the undersigned,
at their residence in Ilarrisburg, in said county,
dtilv verified, within six months from the date
hereof. JOHN F. MARTIN,
Powell Flins, Attys. Executors.
Albany, Oregon, May 22, 18C9-38w4.
I. $. Uoscn ban in fc Co.,
Have removed to
Wo. 67 PRO A T STREET,
Northwest corner of STARK street, Crees'
Building, store formerly occupied by
Bluinauer & Rosenblatt.
Portland, Oregon, May 15 lm
and there is a good deal of excitement.
Alaska News. A late number of
the Alaska Tones contains the follow
Sitka takes its name from a tribe of
Indians who call themselves Sitka-hams.
A Pioneer Association has been formed
at Sitka by a number of the first settlers
in the Territory.
An American school has been started
in Sitka. There is about sixteen boys
and girls in daily attendance.
T. C. Murphy is writing the history of
Alaska, to be published in the Times,
lie says the country was first discovered
by Alexoi Tschirikow the second in com
mand of tbo expedition under the unfor
tunate Behring, in 1741.
Coal is said to be found in several
parts of the Territory, but for want of
capital they are to a great extent unde
veloped. The coal beds at Kenai were
worked by the Russian American Fur
Company in 1853. The Company used
the coal for their own vessels and were in
the habit of taking out about two or
three thousand tons a vear.
Thurston Lodue, ")
IIarrisburg, O., May IS, '69. J
Whereas, The Supreme Architect of
the universe has been pleased, out of
infinite wisdom and goodness, to re
move from our midst our worthy and
beloved brother, Thomas Martin, there
fore, Rcsolcetl, As we mourn his loss we
discharge the duties we owe him as a
worthy brother and as a useful member
of the fraternity, we deeply sympathize
with the widow and fatherless of the de
ceased, in their great bereavement in the
loss of an affectiouate husband aud father.
Jlesohud, That while we mourn with
those who mourn, and ween with those
who weep, and while wo drop the s in
pathetic tear over the grave of our de
ceased brotaer, let us not forget that we,
too, are mortals, and fast passing the me
ridian or our existence, and must ore
long bo summoned to the Grand Lodge
on high from whence no travelers return.
Resolved, That the Secretary be in
structed to spread this preamble and res
olutions on the records of the Louge, and
furnish the widow a copy hereof. i
Kcsolved, lhat the Lodge and Jewels
be draped in mourning, and that the
members wear the usual badge of mourn
in": for three months.
Resolved, That a copy of these resolu
tions be sent to each paper in this county
for publication. W. W. BRIGGS,
JK. J. MOOU.rl,
B. II. ROACH,
says : "I tell you what, sir, that man
don't amount to a sum in arithmeticA add
him up,, and there is nothing to carffy " J superior, and the railroad is convenient
Tl e list of departures as published in
the Whte Pine papers, largely exceeds
the list of arivals.
A circus tried to show in the town of
Gilroy, (Cal.) on a Sunday night recent
ly, and got one solitary person to attend,
and no more.
Says the Boise Democrat : Tho fur of
the beaver found about the sources of
Snake river, it is said by trappers, is
good througn all the months of the year,
which is not the case with the pelts of
tnat animai in any otner locality.
An Idaho paper says : The best pas
ture lands of Idaho are situated on the
upper Owyhee river above the basaltic
range, and Castle, Bruneau and Goose
creeks. The quality of the grasses , is
Agents Wanted $10 a Say.
Two $tO Maps for Si.
Patent Revolving Double Maps
Two continents, America and Europe, aDd
America with the United States portion
on an immense scale.
COLORED IX 4,000 COUSTIF.S.
raHESE great Maps, now just completed, 64x
1 62 inches large, show every place of import
ance, all Railroads to date, and the latest altera
tions in the various European States. These
Maps ore needed in everv school aud family iu
the land they occupy the space of one Map, and
by means of the Reverses, cither side can be
thrown front, and any part brought level to the
eye. County rights and large discount given to
Apply for Circulars, Terms, and send money
for and see sample Maps first, if not sold taken
back on demand. J. T. LLOiD,
May 22-lm 2:5 Cortland street, X. V.
US E M rRK AY'S I.M
Oil the King of Pain.
ALBANY 11 LIT AIL, MARKET.
Albast, June 5. 1S69.
Wheat, white, bushel 50
Oats, p bushel 35
1'otatjee, 4 bushel 50
Onions, 3 bushel , I 25
Flour, S barrel St 50(tbf 00
Butter, lb 25
JSegs, 'p dozen 25
Chickens, Si dozen $2 50(3)3 00
Peaches, dried, i to 20
boap, TO. 55i
bait, Los Angelos, p lb 2
Syrup, gallon $1 12il 25
Tea, Young H7,son lb 1 00
japan, j 00
Blach, " 75tai 00
Sugar, crushed, tb 18 20
" Island, " U15
Coffee, lb 2225
Candles, lb 29(a)33
Bice, .China, lb 1216
Saleratus, i, lb igj
Dried plums, lb. 1520
Drjfd apples, lb s
Dried currants, ft lb
Bacon, hams, lb 14(3)15
sides, " . I2i
" siioulders, IJji Vb
-r a -- mr -
riaru, in cans, p io (mill
Beans, lb 48
Devoes' Kerosene oil, 9 gallon (3)1 00
Turpentine, gallon $1 25 1 50
Linseed oil, boiled, gallon $1 62 J1 75
White lead, 3 keg $4 004 25
Powder, jrifle, ft lb 751 00
Tobacco, ft tt $1 001 50
Nails, cut, 9 lb 7(8
Domestic, brown, yard . 16i
Jlicnory, swipea, yara lB(aJ30
Bed ticking, per yard 2550
Blue drilling, yard 2030
Flannels, yard 5075
Prints, fast colors, yard. 124
Pork, lb 56
Mutton, igs H l(a)12 I
Beof, on foot, ?g lb 4 J s J
Farmers Cau Ride and Plow,
BY SECURING OXK OP THE
GAY " PLOWS,
Manufactured and sold for tho very low price of
?Oo and S"T'-.
. SPINK, " A. CAROTHUBS.
P. W. SPINK & CO.,
(SI-CCESSOUS TO M. W. HACK,)
Virst, between "Washington & Ferry-t.
TIIK undersigned having- pare based the stock
formerly owned by sa. . jubck, ana uving
made large additions thereto, now offer to th
public tho fullest and complctest assortment of
first-class goods in our lino, yet offered in tbi
market, consisting Of
PARLOR, BOX, HAX.Z
of tbo following patterns :
fcc, die, dec.
from the best manufactories, which they are offer
ing at lowest rates.
Also, a largo stock 01
1' fcnch Saucepans. Ladles & Skimmen,
Iron, Lnameled and Brass Kettles,
Iron Tea-kettles and Ovenst
Iron, and Lead Pipe,
Force tfc Lift Pumps,
and a full assortment of "
COWAN'S PITCHER PUMPSI
We will continue to keep on hand a large stock
NO. 1 TIN WARE !
which we will dispose of to dealers at the lowest
We are better prepared than ever to do all
in a neat and workmanlike manner.at short notice.
Persons from the country will find it to their
advantage to give us a call, as our facilities for
manufacturing enable us to give a liberal discount.
Term Cah, or marketable Produce.
P. W. SPINK A CO.
Xov. 28. '63-12 -
C. MEALEY & CO.,
DEALERS IX & MANUFACTURERS OF
CABINET WARE ! j
Corner First and Broad Albin street,.
ALBAS Y, O REG OS.
rilHE simplicity and practicability of this new
J. Plow commends it favorably to the special
notice of every farmer. It possesses a decided
superiority over all other plows now in use. The
wheels are four feet in diameter, and run on the
unplowed land. Its entire construction is in no
way complicated. The plow is managed in every
manner with ease, and requires only two levers
to bo used in making any alteration. The supe
riority of the "Oay" Plow will bo clearly shown
by tho following certificate :
We, the undersigned, citizens of Linn county,
Oregon, having purchased and used upon our
farms the "Gay" Plow, hereby certify that the
same has given us entire satisfaction. Its facility
for adjusting to suit the depth of furrow without
moving from the scat, is simple and easy. We
like the plow for its draught, because the same is
brought to bear directly upon the plow-beam in
stead of the carriage y also, because it is strong
and durable, all except the wood-work being con
structed of wrought iron no castings are used.
The wheels running upon the solid land is an ad
vantage over other gang-plows, in striking off
land and m plowing, not having to make the nec
essary changes in the machinery, and the seat is
always level, not throwing the driver forward or
sideways as in other plows. Better work and
more of it can be accomplished by the use of this
Plow than by band.
We take pleasure in recommending the "Gat
Plow to our brother farmers, as one having no
superior m Oregon.
J. G. REED, W. P. ESHOM,
A. S. LOONEY, E. W. PIKE,
W. II. GOLTTREE. II. DAVIDSON.
May 20th, 1869.
f r ARTICULAR ATTESTIOS PAID TO "tSSi
ORDERS OF ALL KINDS
in our line. j
October 31, 1863-8 I
PLOWS ! PLOWS ! PLOWS
THE undersigned gives notice to the general:
public, that he is now manufacturing the
Gnlesburg Patent Plow I
and any other style of plow that may be ordered.
Also, particular attention paid to
Horse Shoeing. Wagon and Carriage
Malting, and General Jobbing.
All work entrusted to me will receive prompts
attention, and be executed in the best possible
manner with good material. A share of public
patronaga is solicited.
Shop on corner Ellsworth and Second streets,
opposite Pie-ce' Ferry. F. WOOJX.
Albany, November 31, 1868-11
NOTICES. All persons receiving their mail
at tho Post office at Lebanon, are hereby
notified that the office will be kept open an hoar
after the arrival of the mail on bundays, alter
which it will be closed for the day. The office
will not be open until the mail arrives.
i S. H. CLAUGHTON, P. M.
January 9, 1869-18ml
The "Gay" Plow is manufactured by H.
Goulding, Portland Machine Shop.
All orders will be promptly attended to by ad-
May 22, '69-37
C. V. GAY,
IN THE U. S. LAND OFFICE AT OREGON
City, Oregon. Charles W. Richardson t.
John C. Norman. To the said John C. Norman:
You are hereby notified that under date of May
9th, 1868, the Commissioner of the General Land
office affirmed the decision of this office allowing
the Homestead Entry of said Richardson upon
the S 4 of N W J and N i of S W 4 of Section 15
T. 10 S. JR. 1 E., embraced in your pre-emption
filing of Sept. 20, 1859, and that you will be al
lowed thirty days from service hereof in which to
take an appeal.
OWEN WADE, Register. ,
1 HENRY WARREN, Receiver.
Jan. 23, 1869-mv8w435 ( i a
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' I AM PREPARED TO DO
ALI. KINDS OK TURNING 1
. I keep on hand and make to order
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Shop near th "Magnolia Mills." ' -.
-S JOHN M. METZLER
Albany, Nov. 28, 1868-12 r