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SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1869.
Weather. Hot as blazes during the
forepart of the week. At present writ
ing cool, cloudy, and indications of rain.
Henry J. Raymond, for a number of
years editor of the New York 2 t"ics, is
dead. The funeral services transpired
on the 21st. '-
Crops is California. Late ac
counts speak of the crop3 in California ss
generally cxcelleut. The prospect fur
higher prices for wheat are very slim.
Itf Portland. Seuator Williams
arrived in Portland on Monday cveuiug
in time to. rejoice with the Republicans
over the victory gained at the municipal
A Failure. From the last number
of the Corvallis Gazette we learn that
there will be no celebration of the com
ing 4th at that place. That being the
case we take the responsibility of invit
ing the Corvallis people to unite with us
on that occasion. Our celebration comes
off on Friday, the 2d, and they will be
more than welcome.
The young ladies of Josephine county
have discovered a new name for a bugcry.
The girls down that way- call them hug
ging machines : and the girls ought to
It is said that William R. Astor's an
nual income is 000,COO, yet he never
assists any charity, helps the deserving
or does any good with his money.
I mportant Discovert. Eels are, it
is now decided for certain, nothing but
water snakes, and bring forth their
young alive. If they will only learn to
ekin each other they will resemble
human beings in more haa one respect.
Progressive. Civilization is steadi
ly advancing at the East. They have
not yet abolished capital punishment,
but have got to giving criminals chlori
form before hanging. This was dmo
lately at Rome, New York.
(Treeless. A Nebraska editor says,
"hell is treeless," and taking this asser
tion for a text, warmly urges his readers
to "plant trees," in order that Nebraska
and hell may differ at least in that re
spect. Carpet Bagger. The Democratic
Convention at Dadeville, (Alabama,) for
the Third District, nominated J. C.
Jenkison for congress. He is a North
ern man by birth , but settled in Ala
baniajui 1862. lie is not known as a
A Hong Kong letter of April 20th
states that 29 articles, embodying highly
important concession, are to be added to
the next Burlingame treaty.1 These are
intended to afford better protection and
commercial facilties to foreigners.
The Kansas Difficulties. There
is war in Kansas. Owing to a multi
plicity of treaties and the decisions of a
half dozen or more of commissions sent
to investigate titles and settle claims in
the- Cerokec neutral lands in Southern
Kansas, the real ownership ot the pro-
erty has become hopelessly involved.
One Joy, the agent of a railuoad corpora
tion, claims the monopoly of the lands.
The settlers, mostly squatters and
numbering aboat 15,003, who have
acquired certain rights by the treaties,
are not disposed to concede his claims
and disturbances have already taken
place. The Governor of Kansas has
asked for troop3 to restore order but
Congressman Clark thinks it Would be
uuwise to send a force there at present
He is going home from Washington in a
few days and will try his skill in the dis
trict as a volunteer peacemaker. The
people of Kansas sympathize with the
settlers, but the Sta'e authorities uphold
Joy and the corporation.
A Liberal Creditor. A wealthy
Englishman, said to have been at one
time a member of Parliament, who was
a conspicuous friend of the Uuited States
in England during the rebellion, bought
a large amount of the early issues of
five-twenty bonds. Some time ago he be
gan a correspondence with the treasury
department in reference to the interest
on the bonds, dating his letters at Man
chester. He said he thought the 6 per
cent, gold interest too high and for Jhis
part he was willing to take half that
amount. Within a few days the Secre
tary has received another letter from the
same gentleman, dated at a point in Penn
sylvania, referring to his previous corres
pondence and inclosing a 81,000 five
twenty bond and seven 30 coupons,
which he returns to the government as set
tlement for the pa3t and intimates a desire
to have the matter so aranged in the future
that he can divide the interest with the
government each year, retaining only 3
per cent, himself. Mr. Boutwell has
answered his letter thanking him for his
great generosity, and asking him to visit
Washington in order that the matter may
be arranged as h.e desires.
I'rom Our Warm Spring? Correspondent.
Little Injuu is once again surrounded
by the comforts and luxuries of home.
Long years ago his father's "wigwam"
was sheltered by the branches of a noble
tree, which stood close by the waters of
the mighty Willamette ! There, in the
days of his youth, he climbed crab-apple
trees, and was spanked for tearing his
clothes. There, too, it was that he de
lighted to ride a noble "Cayuse horse "
Time rolled on ; he left the home of his
youth, and his feet trod the soil of Ochoco
Valley. Alone, re stood amidst valleys
most beautiful. He viewed the Oehoco
winding its way through beautiful mead
ows, but still he sighed for red apples
and-a "Cayuse horso," but had them not.
At last pioneer cabins sprang up as if by
magic around him, and he was once more
permitted to see a Webfoofc. He
ceased to wish for the luxuries of a civil
ized life, and at last became happy.
So it will be with many a person : some
will fiud that it is far easier to sit in a
cosy parlor and discuss the poetry of a
life on the frontier, than it is, to live that
life and feel all of its realities. They
will be denied comforts which are hard
to do without, but titno will soon roll on,
and then we can be equally as well pro
vided for as we could be in misty Web
foot. Little Injun will now proceed to give
a few items. Bently, alias Flint, the
cattle speculator, tried his game at Ocho
co. He caused a great manj' of the
people to work for him several days, for
which, of course, they received nothing
He hired a couple of teams to go with
him to the Dalles. They received some
fifty dollars in cash from him. He pur
chased at the Dalles several hundred dol
lars worth of goods, and paid about one
hundred and thirty dollars on the con
tract, but before he had gotten sixty
miles from the Dalles the owners had the
goods attached, and out of his hands.
To sum up his transactions at Ochoco
and the Dalles he is out of "pocket"
about two hundred and thirty dollars
He will doubtless pronounce Ochoco a
"bilk." Guiliford Bros, have arrived at
Ochoco with two hundred and fifty head
of cattle, and have returned to the valley
with the intention of driving out about
that many more. Garden and grain
fields were looking finely, and everybody
and his wife were enjoying good health
Earthquake. On the morning of
the 22d a heavy shock of earthquake
was experienced at Olympia, Washington
Territory. The shock was heavy enough
to awaken those who were asleep. A
similar shock wa3 felt at Steilacoom.
Smells its Position. The Port
land Herald says : "The poison of Re- ;
publican victories has tainted the entire
political atmosphre." Whereupon the
Oregonian retorts : "There is rather an
offensive smell arising from the carcass
of defunct Democracy, thats a fact."
Settled. A New York telegram of
the 21st states that, just previous to the
sailing of the - JHerrimac from Rio, the
Brazilian Government acceded to Minis
ter Webb's demand, and the affair be
tween him and that government was
Affairs in Spain. Telegrams in
. form us that on the 18th the oath of Re-,
gency was administered to Marshal
Serrano, in the Cortes." The Cabinet, a3
announced ia as follows : Secretary of
War, General Prim j President of the
Ministry, - Silva j Seoretary . of State,
Herrcra j Minister of Justice, Grace.
A Clean Sweep. At the municipal
election in Portland, on Monday last, the
Republicans made a clean sweep, electing
their entire ticket by astonishingly large
majorities. Of course, Republicans
were jubilant over their great victory in
the hitherto stronghold of Democracy
and being jubilant, they celebrated.
'Republicanism is on the wane !'"
City Council Met Thursday even
ing. A number of bills were presented
and allowed. The Council has taken
the initiatory steps for building fire cis
terns by ordering the advertisement for
bids for three different kinds of cisterns.
. J '' V
; uontrauturs suu property noiaers on
Second street were allowed fifteen days
in which to complete the graveling, of
The Willamette is very low at this
point, but steamers coutinue "to arrive
and depart as usual. - '
Pit River and Valley. The or
igin of the name of this river and valley,
emanates from the numerous pits built
in that section as a means of entrapinsr
the Pintes, with whom the Pit River In
dians had bitter contests several years
o. These pits ' are built something
similar to the round cement cisterns
with a small opening at the surface, in
geniously covered with a thin coating of
soil containing grass, apparently con
cealing any vestige of such a dangerous
opening in the ground. These pits are
from twelve to fourteen ft. in depth, and
owing to the arching top, it is impossible
to get a foot hold towards climbing to
the outlet. Cattle ahd horses as well as
men have tumbled into these pits, but
they are now going to ruin, most of
them having caved in, the Indians trust
ing to their guns, since becoming ac
quainted with their use,
reliable mode of warfare.
as a more
The water from Boise river has been
turned into the ditch at Boise City, and
that place, and the surrounding country
is now supplied with an abundance of
water for the purposes of irrigation. It
is said thot water is not used there to any
great extent as a beverage.
- The legal rate of interest in California
was changed by the act of March 30,
1868, from ten toeven per centner an
num j but, by express contract, any
higher rate may be charged and collect-!
ed. ' '" " " V .-!
Jes So. A contemporary says that
transcendentalism is the spiritual cognos
cence of psychological irrefragibility,
concuitant ademption of encolumnient
spirituality and etherialized contention
subsultory concretion. Ex.
Well, who in thunder disputes it.
Common newspaper is the best article
with which to clean glass. The chemi
cal preparation of some ingredient of the
printing ink gives a beautiful; polish.
Slightly moisten a pieceof paper, roll it
up and rub the glass, : then take, a dry
soft piece and repeat the the process.
No lint will remain as in the case of
using cloth. - - '
Five thousand emigrants left . Liver
pool during the week ending Saturday
for different points in America.
From the Roseburg Ensign :
Very encouraging reports continue to
be received from Myrtle Creek mines.
We are informed that in the Weaver
claim ?124 was taken out by five hands
fkui ten hours washing. Other claims
are said to be superior to this.
We notice that ground has been broken
for the foundation of the new Court House,
and the stone to be used in laying it will
soon be on the ground.
The Corvallis city election resulted in
the success of what Bro. Carter terms the
"whisky ticket" temperance, and not
politics, being the issue.
Personal. We were pleased to
meet Mr. J. J. Sprenger, of Lancaster.
Pennsylvania, on Friday morning. We
hope Mr. S. will become a permanent
resident of Albany.
D. 'Froman Esq., City Marshal,' re
turned yesterday from a short sojourn
in Portland, looking as happy as ever.
The Steamer Shoshone has descended
safely from Old's Ferry through the big
canyon on Snake river.
The Salt Lake Telegraph, published at
Ogden, has about fifteen columns of
Chicago advertisements. Business seems
to be pushing westward. '.;;- '
The new gold discoveries at Capo,
about ninety miles south of Owyhee and
about fifteen miles east of the Idaho
Central road, are attracting much atten
tion. "V'-'- Vv'.';
The charge for sleeping cars on the
Central Pacific is $5 extra for each half
section, including two seats and a bed for
two, from Sacramento to Promontory
Point ; or $10 for seats and beds for four.
The cost of passage ticket to the same
point is $5U all in gold,
City of Mexico, June 14. Nelson,
the new United States Minister, arrived
on the 12th.
The authoiities at Acapulco had some
difficulty with the U. S. steamer Pensa
cola, and served an order upon her com
mander that she must-not leave the
harbor without paying attention to this
order. The Pensacola sailed the next
The troubles at Queretaro are increas
ing, and the federal forces in Michoacan
and Guanajuato have been ordered to re
inforce the troops at Queretaro.
There lis much excitement over the
eomintr election. The RrnuLUc news
paper predicts that the Government will
surely carry the day. Lcrando Ortega
allowed the church laauy privileges, and
will sain its aid in the election."
The revolution. goes on fast in Guana-
Gen. Placidio Vega has arrived at Tc-
Gen. Loyada has issued an order for a
division i of the lands and haciendas
among the Iudians. This is looked upon
as the becrinnTng of a war of races.
Owing to the vigorous measures of the
Government, kidnapping is decreasing in
all parts of the country.
The latest news from Quertora is that
the Federal party have displaced the
State officers and are executing pri-oners
Paris, June 21. A. Schneider has
been reappointed President of the Corps
Legislating Alfred Lr.rox, Baron Jerome
and David Dunneral, Vice-Presidents
Ismail Pasha, Viceroy of Egypt, goes
to London to morrow.
The Great Eu stern has arrived, to
spliee the shore cod of the cable, which
will soon be made, and the new cable be
put under way.
Milan, June 21. Aslight tumult oc
cured here yesterday. The military were
called out, but met no resistance. All is
Count Lorre, Perfect of the Province,
has issued a proclamation threatening
severe measures to repress outbreaks if
Brest, June 21. A banquet was given
on board the steamship Great Eastern
last evening in honor of Napoleon, Queen
Victoria and President Grant, and toasts
of Franco, England and America.
At an early hour this eveDiug the
shore line was spliced, and at daylight the
whole expediton put to sea to pay out
cable, ispatches from on board the
steamer show that the work is going on
London, June 21. The announce
ment of the death of Henry J. Raymond
creates a deep feelinsr of sorrow. The
Pall Mall Gazette eulogizes Raymond as
a publisher and journalist. It says the
death creates a gap which cannot be
filled, j The Daily Telegraph publishes a
Philadelphia, June 22. The regu
lar State Convention meets here to
morrow. iV caucus neia tnis evening
indicates that Geary will receive 99 out
of 130 votes, on the first ballot.
Newt York, June 22. E. V. Dibows,
Dr. T. ReQd, J. L. Nulty, Capt. F. W.
Con ant and Dr. John II. Norris, charged
with holding officer's commissions in reg
iments being raised for Cuba, were arres
ted at a late hour by the deputy U. S.
Marshal, and lodged in the Ludlow street
Columbus, O., June 22. A large Crowd
of delegates to the Republicau State Con
vention which meets to-morrow, have al
ready arrived and are busy caucusing.
Gov. Hays and Lt.-Gov. Lee will prob
ably by re-nominated.
Mobile, June 22. The Democratic
Convention of the first Congressional
District nominated W. D. Dunn for Con
gress, j '
Atlanta, June 22. The Supreme
Court of Georgia to-day decided that the
code of Georgia adopted by the new Con
stitution forever prohibits the marriage
relation between white persons and per
sons of African descent. They declare
such marriage annulled.
Nashville, June 22. Attorney Gen
On the 20th,' near Fort Wallace,
Kansas, the Indians attacked and . cap
tured three mule teams. They were
pursued, and all the mules recaptured
ALBANY RETAIL MARKET.
Albant, Juno 28, 1303.
Wheat, white, bushel....... 50
Oats, ifr bushel So
Potatoes, bushel- 50
Onions, bushel 1 25
Flour, barrel $1 50(55 00
Butter, tt.- 25
Wcr.ra. 5ft dozen 25
Chfckeus, f dozen $2 503 00
Peaches, dried, 1 ID-
Snap, "p tb
Salt, Lhm Anpelus, lb
Syrup, '$ gall-n -
Tea, Young Ilyfun 'j lb
Sugar, rruehvid, tb
' Pea '
U:cc. China, -pi lb
gnieratu. P lb
Dried plums, "f- lb
Dried apples. lb
Dried currants, lb
Bacon, hams, tb
' sides, " .' ,
" shoulders, lb ,
Lard, in cans, lb. ,
Beau?, "pi Hi -
Dodoes' Kerosene oil, "rj gallon..
Linseed oil, boiled, 1$ gallon
White lead, keg
Powder, rifle, tb
Nails, cut, lb
Domestic, brown, Y yard....
Hickory, striped, yard
Bod ticking, per yard..
Blue drilling, "p yard J
Prints, fa-1 colors, yard- ,
Pork, 1p lb 1
Mutton, p ft
Bee', on loot, p lb
Are of Daily Occurrence !
.$1 i:j1 25
75(3 l oo
. 1 4(01 15
. 12(3; !
(ot 1 00
25(a) I 50
$1 62J(1 75
$1 00(a,4 25
. $1 001 50
The NIuety-Third Anniversary
WILL BE CELEBRATED BY THE
ALBANY FliSE CO.'iYO. I,
OS . !
FRIDAY, JUX.Y 21, 1S65.
Orator of the Day,
Reader of the Declaration,
Marshal of the day.
GEO. R. HELM
THOS. G. TAYLOR.
Rev. R. C. HILL.
D. M. THOMPSON
IS Till! ONLY ftAFKUUARD.
fia. Jv2.ACi.JtIj I,, I?Iaii.i;rcB
Cash Assets, $1,519,338 03.
Amount rislttrsj4 for Fire Losses,
FIVE MILLION DOLLARS.
In d'jin n i ty Kq u itn'i'e
Policies issued and rowel by
E. F. RCsiSELL, Resident Agent,1
Albany, Oregon. "
FJ1ESTIFY to the wonderful cures of
13 1. .T. 'W- Murray's
Balsam for thfl Liver and Blood, Nature's uirn
remedy. One of the celebrated physicians of
Portlaua siivs lie is cured or the Lnn and Liver
complaint, and says he owes bis lil'e to j
Dr. Murray's J.aug and I.ivtr Balsam. '
Read what he 5rys :
PoflT.Ann, May 21, 18Cff. '
I hare tried Pr. J. W. Murray' Lung an. I
LiTcr Balaam. 1 nssd it in my family witk the
best of success. I was sick for seme months and
used every remedy. 1 called in several physi
cians, but they did ma no good. I exhausted
every remedy known to the medical profession,
and roccivod no benefit. This Lung and Liver
Balsam cured me, and 1 do not htis'.tate to recom
mend it to the public as a good and safe remedy
to the public and my frfcndi. It is good, and
those who kaow iu, as many do in this State, as
I have lived iu many porta of it, know that I
would not rccomiuoud tfiesn to nse a thing that
had no merit, because I nra opposed to quack
remedies. U. W. BROWN, M. I.
General Agents :
SMITH A DAVIS, Portland, Oregon.
, " HODUE A CALEF, "
June 5, '69-39tf
A redwood log, two feet in diameter.
was struck, a few days since, at a depth
of over 200 feet below the sea level, in
boring an artesian well upon the place of erai Tuthill this forenoon ; went to the
office of Mr. Gresham, editor of the new
Judge Billings, in Santa Clara, Califor
nia. ,When that log was growing the
ground upon which it stood must have
been at least 250 feet higher than it is
Ex-Chief Justice Bowers of Idaho has
brought euit against Chief Justice Noggle
to test the right of the latter to assume
the office which he now holds by appoint-
Stokes' organ, and asked him if he was
responssble for an article in yesterday's
paper speaking of him in opprobrious
terms.; Gresham replying in the affirm
ative, iTuthill drew a revolver and fired
at Gresham, who struck down the pistol,
ment of the President and confirmation of grappled Tuthill and beat him severely
the Senate. Bowers . relies upon the j Tn his naber this evening he charges that
terms ot tna organic ace 01 tne territory Tuthm attempted t0 assassinate him.
A. nAnaM him in It . w-l ATtiAA vs I ...
four years from the time of his appoint- j Tuthill is a citizen of .Northern birth,
ment. 1 ana a supporter 01 center.
PROR AiOLJIE :
Salute of thirteen guns at sunrise, and riiiing
ot tne city bells ; at noon a salute of thirty-seven
guu.s, and thirteen at sunset.
The procession will form at 10 A. M.,on Broad
albiu street, right restiug on Second street, in the
following order :
National Colors. -Albany
OfHcers of the Day.
City and County Officers.
Car, with Godess of Liberty and Aid j, and thirty
scren girls to represent cacli State in the Union.
Nine boys, on horseback, to represent the differ
Albany Fire Company with Fire Engine.
Citizens on Foot.
Citizens on Horseback.
Citizens in Carriages. .
The procession will move at 101 precisely, to
First street, up First to Calipooia, up Calipooia to
Seventh, down Seventh to Washington, thence
to Fifth, down Firth to Ferry, down Ferry to
First, down First to Hacklcman's Grove, where
the following exercises will be observed :
Music by the Band.
Prayer by the Chaplain.
Music by the Glee Club.
Reading the Declaration of Independence. .
Music by the Band.
Music by the Band.
At 5 o'clock P. M. the procession will re-form
and march back to the Fire Company's House,
and there disband. ' .
A Soiree will be given at Parish Hall, by the
Fire Company, in the evening. -
Citizens of Albany, Linn and adjoining counties
are invited to be present and participate on the
occasion. By order of the
COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS.
THE CO-PARTNERSHIP heretofore existing
between Charles Mealey and William Plymp
ton, tinder the firm name of C. Mealey A Co., is
this day dissolved by mutual consent. All moneys
due the firm must be paid to - C. Mealey. All
debts contracted by the firm will be paid upon
presentation to the undersigned, who will continue
in the furniture business at the old stand, corner
of Broadalbin and First streets. .'
" CHARLES MEALEY,
Albany, June 16, '69-41
XXiac Chare o !
ALL persons knowing themselves indebted to
the late firm of C. Mealey A Co., aro re
quested to come forward and make immediate
payment to the undersigned. "A word to the
wise Ac. C. MEALEY.
June 19, '69.
J. QUINN THORNTON,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
WILL practice in the superior and inferior
courts of Marion, Linn, Lane, Benton and
Five per' cent, charged on collections when
made without sueing. J19-69
I. S. ITosenbaiim & Co.,
Have removed to '
No. 67 FRONT STREET,
Northwest corner of STARK street, Crees'
Building, store formerly occupied by
Blumauer A Rosenblatt.
Portland, Oregon, May 15-lm
Executor's) Notice. .
NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned
nave been appointed Executors of the estate
of Thomas Martin, deceased, by the Connty Court
of Linn connty, Oregon That all claims airalnst
me eataie must oe preseniea to ine undersign ed,
at their residence in Harrisburg, in said eounty,
amy verined, within six months from the date
nereoi. JUa V. MARTIN.
Powell Fiajrs, Attys. . ' Executors.
Albany, Oregon, May 22, 1869-S8w4
Agents Wanted $10 t Say.
Two $10 Maps for 91.
Patent Revolving Double Maps
Two continents, America ami Europe, and
America with the lTnitd States portion '
on an imnieuse scale.
roi.onsn ix 4,000 cotxties.
1IESE griiat Maps, now jnet completed, 64x
62 inches lr!e, show every place of iujpi'rt-
nnce, nil Railroads to date, and the latest a'tera
tions in the various European States. Thcso
Maps are needed in every school and family iu
the land they ocenpy the space of one Map, and
by means of the Reverses, either side ran be
thrown front, and any part brought level to t!o
eye. County rights and large discount given to
good Agents. ,
Apply for Circulars, Terms, and send money
for and see sample Maps first, if not sold taken
back on demand. J. T. LLOYD,
May 22-1 in 23 Cortland street, N. Y.
f T S E MURRAY'S IMPROVED MAGIC
J Oil t
-the King of Paiu.
Farmers Can Ride and Plow,
BT SECURING ONE OP TOE
Manufactured and sold for tho very low price of
$05 and STf.
THE simplicity and practicability of this new
Plow commends it favorably to the special
notice ot every tarmcr. it possesses a decided
superiority over all other plows now in use. The
wheels are four feet in diameter, and run on the
ttnplowod land. Its entire construction is in bo
way complicated. The plow is managed in every
manner with easo, and requires only two levers
to be used in making any alteration. , The supe
riority of the "Gay Plow will be clearly shown
by the following certificate : -
We, the undersigned, citizens of Linn eounty,
Oregon, having purchased and used npon our
farms the "Gay" Plow, hereby certify that tho
same has given us entire satisfaction. Its facility
for adjusting to suit the depth of furrow without
moving from the seat, 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 $ also, because it is strong
and durable, all excepflhe 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 in plowing, not having to make the nec
essary changes in the machinery, and the seat is
always level, not throwing tho driver forward or
sideways as in other plows. Better work and
more of it can be accomplished by the use of this
PItow than by hand.
We take pleasure in recommending the "Gat"
Plow to our brother farmers, as one having no
superior in Oregon. -J.
Q. REED, W. P. ESHOM,
A. 8. LOONEY, E. W. PIKE,
W.H. UU1A1KJSK. H. DAVIDSON.
May 20th, 1869. , ' (
Tho "flit" Tt nw I. n...k:k.uj v OT
- . luauiuauimmi . vy a .
Goulding, Portland Machine Shop.
All orders will be promptly attended to by ad
C. V. GAY,
, Portland, Oregon. .'
J. BARROWS A CO.. Agents
for Linn A Benton counties.
JOHN BRIGGS, Agent
' for Linn A Benton counties.
May 22, '69-37 . -
"VTOTICE is hereby given that the undersi
has been appointed administrator of the
estate of John! A. Sims, deceased. All persons
having claims against said estate, are notified to
present the same, to said administrator, ai his
residence near Harrisburg, Linn county, Oregon,
verified accord log to law, within six months from
the date hereof. J; P. SCXOOLIXO,
June 2, 1869-39w4 Administrator. -