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AT JU It I) AY , JULY 3,
Holladay arrived in Portland on
uduy night, from San 1'rancisco,
whelp he has been tnnkioji arrangements
for enrly resumption of work on the East
SiO Railroad. The Portland Oreyonian
is our authority' for announcing that
wains' parties arc being organized, and
-will speedily resume operations on the
'ejrit side of the Willamette. As horeto
ro atiujunceu, Ilolluuay & Co. have
hLCurod enough iron, which is expected
'10 arrive in Portland in a few weeks, to j
California Wheat Crops, Hie.
" The San Francisco Herald is authority
for. stating that the wheat crop ia many
portions of California has beeu seriously
affected by rust.. u The valleys near the
coast and along the Sacramento river,
will be the most seriously affected,5 being
under the influence of heavy fogvwhich
had been prevailing for some days" pre
vious to the 24th of June. The Bulletin
of San Francisco thinks that, at a rough
guess, the, damage to the wheat crop in
California will amount to two millions of
bushels. "As an offsett to the prospective
short crops there and in this State, the
same paper states that prices have gone
up slightly iu the New York market,
j while the rife at Liverpool -is more do-
a i ' m u n w'j i lrr. . 1 , c t a. 1.1 . 1 m 1 i, r m MiaiMTlM . . ' . I
T,nMwnMiKiiMaTOn.iaiHi miMfmimmrramrmMmmmiiwmikmaimiiitd'mMi '7fmwrrvrvmxvmmm!imiSJMBWBsmiini . mtmsn
N orthern - Pacific It a 11 road.
complete the road to the German ett)e- j c;dcJ aftd Teiuirkallic tIian anything that
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ineiu in .Marion cu.ity, iweiuy ouu nine 0CCQn.cd ;a the rain market within
Iro'm Portland, and that much of the , lie vc:ir." Tlle caus3 :1(f ,iie immediate
rodd, at least, will be fiuUhtd by Decern- j rise us 8tated bj thu xew York5 Commer
ber next. We are glad to note this evi- j is thiU tbe -KvkM-jn Government has
deuce or good faith to ai ds Oregon on j.'cnt.rcj the grain market of Germany as
the part of Holladay & Co. Oregou L ,)UrtfUa,er" The Commercial further
vv ail to l v i i jlakJj uj j iimi. n v, ,mj v , Jj3 Yli
irequently to remark, iu tlu.- journal, ana ; ,,rain.SUr,DIyiH;r countries in the world.
"As Russia is one of the largest
our people should lend every aid in the
furtherance of an enterprise manifestly
bo vital to our present and future . inter
ests! All hail to the Oregon Central
Geo. Francis Train. The Orego
m'tH of Monday gives the anuexed
notice of tho man who is to orate at
Portland, on Monday next, on the occa
sion of the celebration of the 4th at that
city; "Geo. Francis train, who more
than any other man i.s now attracting
be attentiom of the Pacific, coast, arriv
ed at our city last evening by the stea
mer Orijiamm-r. lie was at once escort
J by tho Reception Committee to the
Cosmopolitan House, where many of our
citizens called upou and were introduced
to him. 31 r. Train is a man apparently
fifty his face would not look that
old if it were not for his steel grey hair
of pleasant personal bearing, and not
at all the lunatic-looking individual we
had so confidently expected; to see.
Whatever his oration or his lectures may
rrove to be, we are sure that our people
will like him in social intercourse, and
will give him hearty welcome to Ore
gon." - ; -
West Side Road. A paragraph in
the Salem Unionist of a recent date,
tatcd that if a contract, cow under con
sideration by certain parties, was effected,
yoik would soon be resumed, on the
West Side road. , This , is rather vague
and indefinito information, but we hope
the work will be resumed, nevertheless,
as the wants of the westsiders demands
the construction of the road.
1 Wheat Prospects. Speaking of
the wheat prospects in the East, the
Chicago Tribune asserts that tho price of
wheat will be much lower daring the
present than last year, and advises holders
to "prepare to look their losses in the
face as gracefully as may be, and decide
to let go, lest the chance of selling be
denied in toto. The supply is too abund
ant to admit of a scarcity, and sellers to
the great world of consumers are too nu
merous to admit of the holders being able
to dictate in the matter of prices."
Southern Pacific Railroad. One
hundred and fifty miles of the El Paso
Railroad, connecting Richmond with
San Francisco, will be completed in
Texas thi3 summer. The iron has already
been purchased, and will be on the
ground in less than a month. Fremont
has gone to Europe to raise funds for the
completion of the road, and add another
,grand chain with which to link the East
with the West.
New Secretary. Telegrams from
Washington informs us of the resignation
of Borio as Secretary of the Navy, and
the appointment of M. Robertson, of
New Jersey, and at the time Attorney
General of that State. Both the resig
nation and appointment took everybody
by Burprise. The pressure of private
duties compelled tbe resignation of Sec
retary Boric.'", ' ::s ;;;7"t;'w ;
One of our exchanges attempts to clas
sify Grant's Cabinet in respect to religion.
It gives the denomination, to which each
oe belongs, except in the cases of Bout
well and Rawlins,- Whose religious faiths
it sayB," is unknown to fame.' ; ,We presume
that General , Rawlins is a Methodist.
W jndg so from a remark he made
when a law student in Galena. r He said,
on -one occasi6n,'VtbatLe"rliad ."been
brooght up a ), Slethodist," and he would
be d---d(if he, wasai't going' to be one I"
" Mrs. Steel shot a man named "Barney
in . Treasure Cify, recentlyT. TTie tall
etruck his forehead and glanced off, .
furnishing -England more than that
country obtains from all other fcources,
including the United States, its appear
auce as,a purchaser of grain is the more
extraordinary. It must evidently, exer
cise an . appreciable influence , upon the
American brcadstuffs trade. Tho United
States will be called upon to furnish the
bulk of the deficit, and an increased ac
tivity in the export demand will be the
result. , '
As it is understood that Jav Cooke 4
Co., the btinkiug firm of New York wh
so successfully put our national debt on
the market, and made it so popular
loan, have undertaken to put the North
cm Pacific Railroad through from Lak
Superior td Puget Sound, the people of
Washington Territory are naturally
enough jubilant over their future pros
pects. The Directors are confideut thjit
the entire road can be built and equipped
in four or five years ; and the immense
wealth possessed by the contractors, Jay
Cooke & Co , and their known energy
and ability, lcad.s to the confident expect
ation that the enterprise will be ceess
fully acomplished within the time men
tioned. The ' same energy that was
displayed in completing the present
Pacific Railway, would .".set up" the
Northern Pacific in even less tf an the
time specified. Hurrah for the railroads.
ALBANY K I5T AIL Jl.UtKIX
Ai-BAXV, July 3,
Illinois Corn Crops. Telegrams
of the 25th from Chicago, state that
much uneasiness was felt regarding the
5S7 ; against, 10,871; total vote,
Temperance Mass Meeting.
1' lour, .f hnrrel ,
liutU-r. p lt...
l'oachc. lrie, B)
Kuap, i Jtj.
Salt, Los Auj;e!os, gj tb.
Ton, Youiijf llyaou lb.
.liipan, " .
Sii!ar, vrus'.ioil, lb
Lilun.l. " .
Uio, Chiiiit. "B tt
j SateratU!,- 'A tt
27 . ! Irieil plums, t lb. ... ,
' j Dried sipluii. tt
38,-' j Driiil currauts. lb
! B.'u'on, li.ims. lb
I " Hiiiv.
' sllOullilfM, lb..
Lard, in cans, X lb. ......
lasteru Intelligence.' A train four miles loop,- was lately
a - i ' c . , . ; drawn across the temborary bridge over
acago telegrams of the 2Gth say that J , ,T. . . . , ,
the rainstorm tili continues 'in the entire e Mississippi by a single engine. It
Northwest, and fears were entertained cotained thrce seventy-
that the entire corn crop would be de- i ' ' , '
stroyed in many parts of the, country.
It was also feared that rust would do
great damage to wheat, altnougu the j Wheat, white, bushel
present prospects j; were fine for --y-.-
From Ieavenworth, Kansas, dates of
the 26th June gives the information that
a terrible storm had prevailed on the day
and night previous, doing great damage.
Wheat harvest had commenced in the
Southern portions, and the prospects were
very flattering fur a lar;e yield.
The whole number of votes cast, as
returned to the Methodist of New Yok,
June 27th, on the subject of lay delega
tion, 13' members of the M. K. Church,
is as follows : For! lay. delegation,
Are oi' Unity Occurrence !
Editor R roister : On Friday, July j Devoca' Ktroseno oil. -ja gallon
corn crops owing to the protracted rains. c,th, there' will fee. a public maaa meet-
whica still continue. Wheat anuioata
were generally ia fine condition, and a
large yield was looked for.
Renominated. The Pennsylvania
Republican State Convention renominat
ed John W. Geary as their candidate
It appears that Mr. Bull is likely to get
more kicks than coppers for his inter
ference in behalf of the Southercn Con
federacy. Brick Pomeroy's paper ad
dresses the old gentleman as follows :
"Your conduct to both parties during
our terrible war is a stench in the nostrils
of all who then were courageous foes.
John,j there is not a man alive who fought
upon bur battle-fiiclds during all our fight,
on either side, nor have those men a son,
whj will not feel it to be not only a re
ligious duty, but also a duty he owes to
his manhood, to whip you thoroughly
whenever you shall kindly afford thu
ghost of an opportunity. (
The Democratic papers will insist that
the I5th amendment confers citizenship
on the Chinese, notwithstanding it bears
evidence of the contrary on the face of
it. But there is no use in denying it,
nor exposing the lie. they will still ring
it out in all the changes of which a lie
is capable. But do they expect anybody
td believe it, except the ignorant fools of
their own party, who would beliive anything.
Sunday. When President Grant
gave orders that Sabbath should . be
strictly observed in his department, he
did an act which shows a degree of mor
al courage worthy of his gallantry in
the field. He will receive no callers,
give no order, read no letters or tele
graphic dispatches, unless the business
be such as . would cause suffering to
others by delay. The ruler of this grcas
people owed this example to the Nation.
There must be a day of rest for all, and
higher law enjoins the Sabbath as a day
in which there shall be no manner of
work. This step will be conducive of
great good .., .
ing of the friends of temperance in Linn
county, held on the camp-ground near
Lebanon. The exercises, commencing
about 10 A.M. of jthat day, will consist
in speaking, singing, etc. All who at
tend bhould bring along plenty of provis-
for the Governorship. Gov. Geary is ! ions fcr dinner, but no table will be
the brother of Rev. E. R. Geary of this j spread, A most cordial and earnest in-
city, and is a leading man in the Repub
One evening last week a vagabond as
saulted a lady on Third street, San
Francisco; whereupon she picked up a
cobble stone and knocked him down,
cutting au ugly gash in his head.
An Arkansas editor published a lead
ing article on hogs, whereupon his vil
lage cotcmporary and rival upbraided
him for obtruding his family matters on
The Democracy of San Francisco are
progressing. The Democratic Committee
of Arrangements for the celebration of
the 4th in San Francisco, having recind
ed its former action in the premises, now
invite the colored people of that city to
participate in the ceremonies of the oc
The Roseburg Ensign says that farm
ers have commenced harvesting oat? on
Deer Creek, and that the crop will bo but
a medium one. Tho hay crop, mostly
gathered, is also small, and were it not
for the amount of last year's crops still
on hand, hay would command a much
higher prico than usual this fall.
.The. New York Times says tl at since
the Sprague party have been so badly
beaten in the Providence election, there
is to be an attempt to induce the Legis
lature to pass a resolution inviting him
to resign his seat in the Senate. The
Anti-Sprague party are determined 1 to
assume the offensive. ) v 1
"Editorial Convention. An ex
change suggests Salem as the place, and
the occurrence of the State Fair as the
time, in which to hold the Editorial Con
vention, and' asks, "Is it a' whiz f"
"Whiz" goes, so far as we are concerned.
AH things considered, its a timely sug
gestion. ' " . ! ,
At a country town in New Jersey, a
little boy, who was jumping about; and
bawling loudly, .was asked why he wept.
The following reply touched all . hearts ;
"I want my mammy ; that's what's the
matter. I told the darned thing she'd
less me." ,' ',:. ; . : ' L . - '-.
' .Within a mile of Elko, on' the road to
White Pine, there "is- a 1 large natural
swimming-bath, where visitors can choose
their temperature, from J tepid to boiling:
The depth is said to be very 'great, and
some say that at 200 feet no bottom has
been found. The floating population of
Elko, which Is very large; indulge ia fre
quent: bathing.:! ;.". at a : . i : i.,
COLld. Late adrtceji' inform? usthat
ex-President Johnson is suffering from a
severe, attack of the coolie U: Oink I '
Dates from Portland state that George
Francis Train had arrived in that city,
and would deliver a series of four lec
tures during the present week.
The national debt is being reduced
month by month, slowly but surely. Wc
are promised, for the month just passed,
a reduction of six millions of dollars.
Whew ! The weather of the present
week has been rather an improvement on
that of last. Last week it was as hot as
blazes ; the past week it has been as hot
as two blazes !
The Republican State Convention of
California will bo held on the 21st of
J uly, at Sacramento ; the Democratic at
the same place, on the 29th.
Miss Martha Biddle, a Maryland school
teacher, whose salary wasn't paid, argued
her claim in Court and got her money.
. - .. .
Miss Ada Eaton, a cyprian, known in
the mines of Idaho as "Oregon Sis," died
recently at Silver City, Idaho, from an
overdose of morphine. ' ."
A - Padacah (Ky.) paper says if the
radicals are determined to have an Em
peror in this country, let them take Bob
Bio Ox. The San ' Francisco Times
tells of a big ox on exhibition, and gives
its size; as seven and a half hands 30
inches high 1 ' Truly a whopper !
. According to the i Corvallis Gazette,
20,000 sheep have been driven from
Benton county in the last few months.
i DlPTHlRiA. This disease has made
its appearance in Jackson county, 'and
has proved .fatal in a majority' of instan
ces, ; , . f v 'v :$'. r ' . :;
5 Cable Laid. Up to the 25th of
June the' Great .Eastern had laid 406
miles of cable. y; f , , , j--
S. S. Conant, late managing editor of
the 'Timet, succeeds Raymond as editor
Indian depredations are reported below
Fort Kearney.- Nothing, eerkms. r
vitation is extended to the friends of
temperance, in Linn and adjoining coun
ties, irrespective of party, to be present
and participate on that occasion.
By order of Com. of Arrangements.
M. C. GEORGE, Ch'n.
ruruontiiin; 'r ffiillon....
Lihsuorf oil. boiicd, gallon..
White lead, "p ke...
Powder, rifle. R
Nails, cut, r) t!
Domestic, brown. "f yard .,
Hickory, striped, $ yard
Bed ticking, per yard
Blue drilling,. yard
Flannels, P yard..
Prints, tx t color, yard....
Pork, lb. i
Mutton, ? lb
Bee?, on toot, "j lb ,
.... $1 50(&d 00
".". $2 503 00
....$1 12i(f,l" 2."
. ' (,Lfi
4 (lit S
... l 2.i(aU 5
... Si 0210V I T5 j
1- 1 ill.- .. , A i
75?iU 00 j
... $1 00 1 56
.... ' r6T6i
JS THK rtXI.Y S.tFEOVAKli. " " '" "
Cash Assets, 01,519,338 03;
Aaaonnt Disbursed for Firo Losses,
FIVE MILLION DOLLARS.
Sterling InJ.'ninity Uqnitublu Ailjuxtmcnts
Policies (4.uud miJ rencwod by
E. V. KysSRLL, Hesldent Affent,
Very Lucid. Tommy Newcomb, the
sprightly local of ! the Oakland Tran
script having inadvertantly used the term
'Hardshell Raptist," an indignant sub
scriber demands to know what he meaus
thereby. Tommy is not quite positive,
but thinks it means "a crustaceous evan
gelical animal who ias been out of water
a considerable length of time."
Mr. Ira Miller, who has been suffering
from an attack of erysipelas for some
days, is able to be on his Spins' again,
wo are glad to see.
Locals. Riz. has kept us so closely
confined to the office the present week,
that we have not'becn able to make ''local
items" pan out to any great extent.
Dusty. From present appearances
the coming will be i the dustiest seasou
ever experienced in this section.
Duess Goons. P. C. Harper & Co.
have some superior ladies dress good.-
latest patterns. j
Our paper not getting here until late
Wednesday night, we "worked" if, dry,
which accounts for the bad print.
State Fair commences on 3Ionday,
October 11th, and will continue during
The XIncty-ThIrd Anniversary
IVII.l. BK CKI.EIiitATKO BV THE
AsLBAIVir II it a; CO. AO. J,
FKIDAY, JULY 2i, 1869.
Orator of the Day,
Reader of the Declaration,
Marshal of tho day,
GEO. It. HELM.
THOS. G. TAYLOR.
Rev. It. C. HILL.
P. M. THOMPSON.
Dates to the 28th from Liverpool)
state that 2,800 emigrants left that city
for America the week previous.
Terrible rainstorms visited portions of
New York and Canada on the 27th de
stroyed dams, bridges, fences, &c, to
an immense amount!
.Than-hs. For the presentation of a
box of nice currants we are under obliga
tions to Miss Margaret and Mary Bur
nett. They will please receive our best
wishes. : .
SXT DOOK TO HiCCI METEKg' BILLIARD SALOON,
THIS establishment has been thoroughly re
furnished, and ia now ready to receiva
boarder. ; '
' Board per week, 5: t t $5 00
Single meals, : : 50
Lodgings, js : t 50
E. C. HOLDEX, Propr.
550.00 ! :
Y NOT BUYtXft BOOTS AND SHOES
ICAST & CAHALIN'S
Philadelphia Boot Star,
-. 18 o. 11 Kront Street, .
'. ' Opposiu JfcCormick'i Book Store,. ...
Jan-9-6f-18 ''. Portland, Oregon.
SE MURRAY'S ' IMPROVEP MAJIC
" Oil the Kins of Fain. jn5 39tf
Salute of thirteen guns at sunrise, and ringing
of the city bells ; at noon a salute of thirty-seven
guDS, and thirteen at sunset. '
The procession will form at 10 A. M.,on Broad
albin street, right rusting on Srecond street, in the 1
Albany Brass Band.
: Officers of the Day.
City and County Officers.
Public Schools. '
Car, with Godess of Liberty and ft ids, and thirty
seven girls to represent eacn State ii the Union.
June boys, on borsoback, to represent the differ
Albany Fire Company with Firo Engine.
Citizens on Foot.
Citizens on Horseback.
Citi.ens in Carriiigos.
Tho procession will move at 10J precisely, to
First street, up First to Calipooia, up Calipooia to
Seventh, down Seventh to Washington, thence
to Fifth, down Fifth to Ferry, down Ferry to
First, down First to HacRleman's Grove, where
the following exercises will be observed :
ILusie by tho Band.
. Prayer by the Chnplain.
Music by tho Glee Club. .
Beading the Declaration of Independence.
Music by the Band.
Music by the Band. j
At 5 o'clock P. M. the procession will re-form
and march back to tbe Fire Company's House,
and there disband.
A Soiree will be given at Parish Hall, by the
Fire Company, in tho evening.
Citizens of Albany, Linn and adjoining counties
are invited to be present and participate on the
occasion. By order of tho '
COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS.
ESTIFY to tbe wonJ. rful cures of
T. "W. Murray's
Balsam for the Liver anl Blood, Native's own ;
remedy. One of the celubrntud physicians of
Portland says bo is enred of theXting and Lirer
complaint, and says ho owfcs his life to .r;j r
Or. Murray's Lung and I-lver Ralsam,
Read whut he says : . , ., ;
Poivri.Asp, May 21, 1869. .
T havs tried Ir. .1. W. Murray's Lung and
L.ier Balsam. I itssd it in my family with the
bust of success. ' I whs sick for some months and
used every remedy. I. called: in sjsveral physi
cians, but they did mo no . good, j I exhausted
every remedy known to the modical profession,
and received beneSt. This Jaax and Liver
Balsam cured me, and T do not hevitate to recom
mend it to the public us a good aDd safe remedy
to the public and my ffi.iid. ItN is jfiod, ami
those who know me, as many do in this State, as
I have lived in nutny parts of it. know that I
would not reoomrneud tilesn to use a thing that -
had no merit, bocautc I um opposed to quack
remedies. U. AV. BROWN, M. D.
General Agents : ....
SMITH A DAVrS. Portland. Oregon.
HODGE A CALEFj " '
June 5, '6'J-39lf
Ag-ents Wanted $10 a Day.
' Two IO Maps for 91.
Patent Revolving Double Slaps
Two continents, America and Europe, and
America with the United States portion
on an immense scale. ,
COLORED IN 4,000 COi:XTIES.
THESE great Map", now just completed, B4x
62 inches Inre, show every place of import
ance, all Railroads to dutie, and the latest altera
tions in the various European States.-; Thes
Maps are needed in every school and family iit '
the laud they occupy the spare of one Map, and
by means of tbe Reverses, either side can I
thrown front, and any part brought level to tho
eye. County rijjbts and large discount given tj
good Agents. r . - -.
Apply for Circulars. Torms. and send money
for and see sample Maps first, if nut sold taken,
back on demand.. J. T. LLOYD,
May 22-1 ni 23 Cortland street, N. Y.
MURRAY'S IMPROVED MAGIC
the King of Pain. .- juj-30tf
Farmers Can Ride and Plow.
BY SKCVr.INO ONE Or TUB
THE CO-PARTNERSHIP heretofore existing
between Charles Mealey and William Plymp
ton, under the firm name of C. Mealey A Co., is
this day dissolved by mutual consent. AU moneys
due the firm must be paid to C. Mealey. AU
debts contracted by the firm will ba paid upon
presentation to the undersigned, who will continue
in the furniture business at the old stand, corner
of Bfoadalbin and First strcots.
Albany, June 16, '69-41
Iliac Char! '
k LL persons knowing themselves indebted to
J the late firm of C. Mealey A Co., are re
quested to oome forward and make immediate
payment to the undersigned. "A word to the
wise.' Ac. ; C. MEALEY.
June 19, '69. . i .
J. QUINN THORNTON, f
i Attorney and Counselor at Law,
'ff " ALBANY; OREGdN. .
WILL practice in the superior and - Inferior
i , courts of Marion, Linn, Lane, Benton and
Polk counties. :.-?...
Five per cent, oharged on - collections when
made without sueing. " .."'. : jW-69
I. S. Hosenbaum fc Co.,
k Have removed to ' ,
. No. 67 FBOjiT STREET,'
Northwest corner of STARK street, Crees
Building, store formerly occupied by - -v.
Blomauer A Rosenblatt.
Portland, Oregon, May 15-lm ' '
Xpis-- Ezeentor's Noticed J .. .' ; -TTOTICE
is hereby given that the undersigned
l -e nave neen appouitea .x eon tors oftheenttA
of Thomas Martin, deceased, by the County Court
oi uinn eouniy, uregon- l nac au claims against
the estate mast be presented to the undersigned,
at their-residence ia Harrisbnrs'. id said
duly verified, within six months from- the date
neteoi. 'JUBfl i MARTIN,
v HIRAM SMITH. .
Pewen. a FLtsw, Attys.-7 - J?xecutfrs. a
Aioany, Mrgon, .May I(j69-3e4
Manufactured and sold for tho very low price of
THE simplicity and practicability of this new
Plow commends it favorably to tho special
notice of every farmer. It possesses a decided ,
superiority over nil other plows now in use. The
wheels arc four foet in diameter, and run on the
unplowed laud. Its entire construction is in no
way complicated. The plow is managed in every
mauner with ease, and requires only two levers
to be used in making any alteration. . The supe
riority of the '(Tay" Plow wiU bo cloarly shown .
by tho following certificate : .
We, tbe undersigned, citizens of Linn county,'
Oregon, having purchased and used upon our
farms the "Gay" Plow, hereby certify that the
same has giveu us entire satisfaction. Its facility ,
for adjusting to suit tiie uuptn ot lurrow witnout
moving from the seat, is simple and easy.. We
like the plow for its draught, because tho same is
brought to bear directly upon tbe plow-beam in
stead of tbe carriage ; 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-
ventage over other gang-plows, in striking eff .
land and in plowing, not having to make tbe nee- .
essary changes in the machinery, and the seat Is
always level, not throwing tho driver forward or
sideways as in other plows. Botter, work and
more of it ean be accomplished by tbe use of this
Flow than by nana. - . .....
We take pleasure in recommending tbe "Gat" "
Plow to our brother farmers, as one having ne
superior in Oregon.
Jw G. REED, ' W. P. ESHOM;
A. S. LOONEY,' --'C "'e. W. PIKE,
' W. H. GOLTTREE. ; H. DAVIDSON .i
:May 20th, 1869. ... ...'. . .,; -
The "Gay" Plow is manufactured Vy H.
Goulding, Portland Machine Shop, c
All orders will be promptly attended to by ad
dressing, - -
, (. ' , I Portland, Oregon. t
', - Albany Agent).' , '
J. BARROWS k CO., Agents .
for Linn A Benton counties.
JOHN BRIGGS, Agent -for
Linn St Benton counties.
May 2.2, '69-87 1 .U "i i . ,
Administrator' Notlea. ; !
NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned
has been, appointed adnuniftvator ef the
estate of John A. 'Sims, deceased. All persons
having claims against said estate, are notified to
present the same, to said adxeiaistrattW at Mat
residence near HerrisbmrsLrnn.connty, Oregon,
verified according to' law, within six months from '
the date hereerV - - J. P. SCHOOLINGS" j
June 2, 189-9w4 - -" AdmtDtsWiito