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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 14, 1869)
" SATUJIDAV, AUGUST 14, 18G9.
Hrevities. -Changes have been made
in the premium list of the Linn County
Agricultural Association, to which we
call the attention: of all interested. Two
additional premiums are provided j one
for the best running on a velocipede, and
the other for the best drilled fire com
pany. Count us in on the velocipede.
Frank ltcdfield has laid us under obli
patijms for a basket of " Ked Junes."
Frank will go into business soon.
Ilcv. S. G. Irvine left this city for
the "Kastern States the first of the week,
lie will be absent about six weeks.
Upon his return he will take charge of
the Albany College.
Our city is to have a system" of
cisterns. Work has already been com
menced upon one at the intersection ot
Ferry on First street. The work is
being prosecuted by 31 r. Humphrey.
The cisterns arc to be sixteen feet across
and oiue feet deep, and will hold 1S,000,
jjallous of water. ;
. Rev. IT. C. Jenkins, as will bo seen
ly a list of appointments of - the Oregon
-Confereuce held at Eugene City last week,
!ias been reappointed to the Albany
vharge. At preseut the Reverend gen
tleman is spending a few days of relaxa
tion visiting his relatives in Washington
Territory. lie will return in time to
occupy his pulpit on. the 12th of Sep
. i '
We saw a fine merschaum pipe going
up street the other day with a young
hidy behind it. She looked almost as
shadowy as the smoke she was puffing in
clouds from between her rosy (!) lips.
Alvin P. Brock, who was found badly
"bruised, with his clothes torn from his
body, and insensible, one day last week,
died on Wednesday, and was brought
to this city and buried on Thursday.
He remained insensible until death mer
cifully released him from all his suffer
ings. . When last seen previous to the
accident, he was riding hip- harse, with
an empty bucket in his hand. The next
day his horse, with saddle still on him,
was observed among other horses in a
pasture, which excited curiosity as to the
whereabouts of the rider. Search was
made, which resulted in finding him in
the condition above mentioned. Mr.
lirock was a youmj man of good moral
liabits, industrious, liberally educated,
and had but recently been in charge of a
school in his neighborhood. lie had the
universal respect of his neighbors, who
anourn the loss of a good citizen. He
fived some twelve miles from this eity,
near Boston; on the Calipooia.
Ilcv. Joab Powell, at the "rattling of
"ebeU" on Thursday evening,' preached
in the "Court House loft." He had a
- Messrs. J. II. Foster & Co. are erect
ing a temporary structure on the south
side! of their flouring mills, intended for
sto.ing grain in sacks.
Since cur last report an advance often
cents per bushel is noted in wheat in this
market, the present price paid' bein 60
No steamboats have reached this point
during the week, and the probabilities
of such an appearance are rather slim
On our fourth page to-day will be
found a full history of the convention
between this Government and the repub
lic of Peru, in relation to the adjustment
ot claims against the two governments
by citizens thereof. It has its interest.
Beach & Monteith received thirteen
hundred bushels of the new crop of
wheat, on Wednesday last, and it wasn't
a good day for wheat, either. :
v The "various" weather of the past few
weeks has produced coasiderablc unwell
oess throughout the county.
C. F. Gay, through Messrs. Russell &
" Elkins, received a patent for hie gang
plow, an advertisement of which appears
in the Register, on last Wednesday.
The Gay plow is the best in market.
Returned. The party consisting of
' Hank. Mendenhall, Fred. THll, Orin Ru
bart, Wm. Driggs, and others, who have
beenrat on a fishing and hunting excur
sion as far as Clear Lake, distant from
- this " city some sixty-five miles, report
since their return, that they experienced
'a. season of general enjoyment. Clear
Jjake is "chock" full of trout, who appear
rather anxious to be "taken in out of the
wet." Hank and Orin hooked one hun
dred and thirty pounds in less than two
hours, on one occasion. The party brought
home with them several hundred pounds
of this delicious fish. I)eer were begin
ping to make their appearance. '
Wueat i , Receipts For the week
ding August 12th, are as follows
Beach A Monteith ......
J. H. Foster 4 Co.........
S. Markhiun A Son....
A. Cowea A Co.....
Total... 17,392 70
This is a fair showinir for the past
week, as farmers eenerally are not yet
through with harvestin-r. When this
accomplished, the wceklv receints bv
- - ,
our millers and warehousemen will be
more than double the above count, until
the whole crop has been stored.
G rapes. What! already! was our
exclamation upon the presentation to
us of huge hunches-of XJadaline grapes,
ripe and . luscious. They were raised
and presented to us by Mr. John Mil
lard, living just in the edge of town.
For this latitude we think the 10th of
August pretty early for ripe grapes, don't
you? Friend Millard's enterprising dis
position and industry will not only enrich
him, but greatly benefit the community
in which he lives, by showing what can
bo produced from our soil by theuse of
a little intelligent industry.
A Legitimate Gftowr.. The Demo
crat of last week gets off a small growl at
persons who, getting married and sending
the notice of said happy (to them) event
for publication, forget to send any cash
(ja gold dollar, for instance) to pay jhc
printer for such insertion. Well, it is
generally supposed that a merchant is
the best judge of his own goods and
it's iust so with the lnsrrried man. If
he, being the best judge, don't think his
new bargain of sufficient value to seud
the printer a dollar in cash, or its equiv-
alent,Tor announcing the happy event to
the world, we take it for -granted she
isn't worth it, or that he is an unappre-
ciative cuss, and willingly publish the
notice free gratis for nothing without
charging him a cent therefor.
THE LATEST STiUSA
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods !
SELKCTEO WITH CARS' IX THE
SAN FRANCISCO MARKETS
JUST RECEIVED, AND OFFERED AT HIE
JLowest Casli Rates.
On First street, first dour west of John Connor
brick, and opposite II. C. IU1I A Son a
, drug store,
v ' P. C. HARPER.
May 15, I860 r. . !
iloi-e than 1,000,000 Persons
Bear testimony to the Wonder fnl Curative
DEALER IX ..
STOVES, COOK, PARLOR & BOX,
of the lest patterns !
. Tin, Micct ii'on and
Copper -PTizxt?g t
' . i :
and tho usual tssortmcnt of Furnishing Goods tu
be obtained in a
TIN" STOH.E 1
gJBr" llepairn neatly and promptly executed, -Q!
Zifon rennnnable term. "tf-i
"Short reckonings, make long friends."
front street. .........Albany.
Next door to Mansfield A Co.
A New Cold IWctaL .
That Boat. The 'high-pressure'
steamer that left this port last week un
der command of Capt. Merrill, S. S.
Mark ham, Purser, arrived at Salem in
good shape, and started on the return
voyage early the present week. The late
unheard of storms on the Willamette, it
is feared, may have stranded the vessel
on some lone island amid the rushing
waters, many rods from a hospitable
shore, or one of the "propellers" may
have "collapsed," or the empioyees "kick
ed", for higher wages or the adoption of J
the eight hour law any of which would
be the cause of a longer or shorier de
tention. The arrival of this craft is look
ed for with anxiety. .
Poisoned. We heard a rumor the
other day to the effect that a whole fam
ily, somewhere in this vicinity, had been
poisoned, and that one of the children
had died, and that the balance- of the
family were in a critical state. We weie
unable, however, to get "head or tail" of
the facts in the case, and therefore won't
say ; nothing aboutit. P.. S. We have
since learned that the name of the fam
ily poisoned is Yanatty, living somewhere
on Big Muddy.
His Opinion. The other day a geu
tleman of large business capacity and
foresight, speaking of . the prospect of
higher prices of wheat, said that if he
was provided with the necessary where
with, he would be willing to pay 65 cents
per bushel for every bushel of wheat
raised in Linn county during this season.
This is his opinion of what the prices
paid for wheat will be before next spring.
Divine Services. We are requested
to announce that the pulpit of the M. E.
church will be occupied to-morrow by
Rev. if. Bounds, President of the Wil
lamette University, at the usual morning
and evening hours. At the same place,
on the 22d, at tho usual morning hour,
Rev. Mr. Batesr of the Evangelical
Church, will hold services.
Gone from our Gaze. Our worthy'
County Judge, S. A. Johns, wishing to
extend his business, doubtless, has formed
a partnership with Mrs. S. C. -Smith.
Rev; Dr. TIill done the "jaw work," at
the residence of the lady, in this city.
on Thursday last May their -union be a
pleasant and happy one.
Them Cistern. On yesterday, the
cistern on First ptreet had progressed to
the depth of twelve feet, where water
was "struck." The intention now is to
sink it three feet further, a total of fifteen
feet, if water does not prevent. -
Smoky.- We are still "pestered" with
smoke, which makes the day gloomy and
night gloomier. We need - rain to drive
off the- smoke and settle the dost.
Gold Metal Watches I
SOW BF.IXfl INTRODUCED BY
C. COLLINS & CO.,
. 629 Washington street, San Franeisco,
Surpass anything yet made in the way of an im
itation Gold Wateh. They wear well and keep
The Ladies' Watches cost $10 and $15 each;
the Gentlemen!"' cost $15 and $20 each.
Chains, from $3 to $6 each.
Sas FnAtcotsco, May 12, 1S00.
This is to certify that 1 hare carried one of the
m:ill size GoH ,Mctal Watches which I got of C.
E. Collins A Co., and J find that it runs as well,
and keeps as good time a ftnv watch I ever car
ried, and, I ean therefore recommend them. I
am engMged on Sacramento teamer Chrynopolis.
C. A. COLBY.
I am engineer on . tho San Jose Railroad ; t
have been carayinsr one of C. E. Collin & Co.'s
Watches for about one year, and I can safely say
it is the very beit watcfi for time, thet I have ever
seen. ' GEO. CORNWALL.
: Engineer on the San Jose Railroad.
: . Toivxo, May 20, 18fi!.
Memtr. C. JC. Gfifin-4b Co. I wish to know
on what terms you will send five or six watches
to one address. . Several of the men in this ma
chine shop are highly delighted at the wateh I
got of you; I am very much pleased with it; it
gives satisfaction. Hoping to hear from you
soon, I remain yours, R. B. PATTOX,
Clerk, Toano, C. P. It. It.
For List of Prices and description of floods,
send directly to us. Can be sent by express, to
be paid for on delivery. I
I C. E. COLLINS k CO.,
. 629 Washington street, San Francisco.
P. S. Where six Watches of the above are
ordered at one time, we will send one extra, free
of all charge. We also deal in the finest Gold
and Silver W atones, watchmaker's and jeweler's
tools and materials, at the very lowest possible
The new Gold Metal Watches now being intro
duced by C. E. Collins A Co., of San Francisco,
seem to be just the thing for those desiring a
cheap and at the same time good-looking time
keeper. JOne of the yonng lady compositors in
our office has one of the cheapest kind advertised
$S which runs well, keeps good time, looks
well, and seems to fulfill all the requirements ot a
high-priced watch. Tbe chain sent with this
watch is of exquisite design and high finish. See
their advertisement in another column. -Alpine
Miner.- f . . " ; .;,
Watches. We have received one of the new
Gold Metal Watches from C. E. Collins A Co., of
San Francisco. It is neatly finished, hunting
case, keeps good time and is, without doubt, the
best watch for the price that can be purchased in
San Francisco. La Porte Union.
..WnAT... Next ? Cheaper than silver- looking
and wearing like gold neither plated or galvan
ised are the new Gold Metal Watehes we saw
last week at our friend Collins'. If we bad not a
gold watch which we have to pay each year $2
to "Uncle Sam" for the privilege of wearing we
certainly would have a Gold Metal' Watch.
Spectator. v - - jy45tf
DR. JOSEPH WALKER'S "S
House, Sign & Carriage Painter,
Paperha&sring-, Glazing-, Salsomine, &c.
Country orders punctually attended' to. '
: First street, next door to Twecdale A Co.'s".
May 8. 1808-35tf
J. QUINN THORNTON,
Attorney and Counselor at Lir,
ALB ANT, OREGON.
"WTTTILL practice in the superior and inferior
Tf courts of Marion, Linn, Lane, Benton and
Pnllr AAnnti., ST
, Five per cent, charged on collections when
made without suemg. - - J19-69
r Real Instate lor Sale ! .
rTinoSE WHO DESIRE TO PURCHASE. A
good iiaiDcoi sna r lasterea
New Frame Dwelling' House,'
two stories in bight, kitchen and . wood-shed at
tacbad, with private barn, well situated in the
eity of Albany, will do well to eall, without delay t
on KUHSJSfcJj iii.Kl.KS,
' Albany, Oct. 17, '68-6 Real Estate AgttV
VINEGAR BITTERS, i
c a , - r1 s
5 j Herbs and Roof f California afe
The Great Blood Purifier.
For infld.mraatury and Chronic Uhcumntism and
out, Dyspepsia or IndisestiotJ, Bilious, Ko
mittent and Intormitttint Fevers, diseases of the"
ilod, Liver, Kidneys and BladJer, these Bit
ters have been most successful, itfeh diseases
are'.aued.by yiTWTEB bi.oii. wliief i gener
ally produced by deraiigeuient of the XTgestic'
Organs. .--- - .
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever you find
its impurities bnrstyig through the skin io rim
iiles, Kruptions, or Srres l cleanse it when you
find it ebstrueted and sluggish in tho veins' :
cleanselit when it is fonl, and your feelings will
tell you: when. Keep the blood healthy, and .all
will bo 'Kelt.
Sold by all Drnggtsts and Dealers,
;H. ii. McDonald & co.,
f PRvnoiSTS Asn agents.
Corner Pinc'and Sansome streeU, San Francisco,
Cal and Sacramento, Cnl., and 34 Piatt
aprl7i-fi - ; street, N. Y. 32in
RATES OF TOLL
AVillamette Vallej and Cascade
Mountain Wagon Road
jj To Desclmttes Klver
Four Ilvrse or fulo tenra, $1 50
Two i" " " 3 00
One " " " 2 00
Ox tvaiOK. three yoke..v.... 4 50
For fct,-ry additional yoke......... ... 50
Loose hprses, per head 2j
cittle, per head....... r 15
" steep or hogs 3
Team returning empty, half price.
Pack" animals, loaded.. 50
" unloaded 25
Horse afld rider.......... 1 00
1 To-Kisli: Lake :
Four hoi se or mule team, each way.
Two i " "
One " " " '
Pack an mals, loaded.
" " unloaded
Horse and rider
Ox teaml three yoke.,
;j To Upper Soda Spring:
Four hoiine or mule team, out and back...... 2 50
Two " " " ' 2 00
One f " " ' 1 00
Horse aad rider, ' " 50
Loose animals, ..... 2i
Ox touus the same as horse teams.
I A. HACKLEMAN,
W. Wj. Pa tin is h, , i'j es.
March 20. lS6'-28 '
Manhattan Life Insurance
OK NEW YORK.
Assetts .a..... $6,000,000
Annual Jucoiue ...... 2,500,000
Surplus over Liabilities
Any o&er Company doing Business
Advantages to Insurers.
Smallest Ratio of mortality
Expenses less than ay Cash Company.
Liberal moriet of Payment of Premiums.
Insurer receive the Largest Bonus ever
ficen.l ... "
All kinds of NonForft'iling Life and
Endowment Policies Issued.
Policies fncontestible. ,
All Endowment. Policies and Jie Non
Forfeiting Life Policies, Won-Forfeitable
after one Payment.
The following are examples of the operations
of tho last dividend: Policies issued in 1866,
only four years ago:
Arc of Hail y (fcctfFrcnce i
19 THE OSI.Y SAKKOCAnn.
It. H? IflAOIr, Manager,
Cash Asseta, $1,519,338 08.
Amount Disbursed for Fire Losses, .
FIVE MILLION DOLLARS.
Sterling" Indemnity 43(Hiitable Adjustments
j Atoderatts Bates. :
Policies issued and renewe'd by
13. V. HUSSF.I.L, Resident Ageut,
' .Albany, Oregon'.
Over 10,000 Persons
rjlESTIFY to tho wonderful eums 6f
13 1. -T. "W- Iuttiiy5s
Balsam for the Liver .and Blond, Jfatnre's own
remedy. - One of the celebrated physicianis of
Portland says he U cured of the Lung and Liver
complaint, and'says he owes his life to
Dr. Murray' J.tuig and I.iver Balsam.
Read what be says : 1
Ponn.Asn, May 21, 1SB9..
I have tried Dri J. W. Murray's i-ung and
l.iver Balsam. 1 used it in my family with the'
best of success. I was sick for sonic months and
used every remedy! I called in several physi
cians, but they did me no good. I exhausted
every remedy known to the meflieal profession,
and received no bfenefit. This Lung and Liver
Balsam cured me J and I do not hesitate to recom
meud it to the public as a good and safe remedy
to the public and j my friends. It is good, and
those who-know nta, as many do in this State, as
1 have lived irkmuny parts of it, know that I
would not recommend them to use a thing that
had no merit, becue I am opposed to quack
remedies. J O. W. BROWN M.,1).
General Agents i
SMITH I1AVIS. Portland, OregoW.
IIODtJF. CALEF, . "
June 5, '69-891 r -
Age at Amount Premium Added to Total Am't
Issue1. Insured. Paid. Policy. Policy.
40 $10,000 $1,280 $3,572 $13,572
35 8,000 1,022 2,3 18 10,848
30 7,580 , 780 2,703 10,208
25 7,000 571 2,50 fl.50
This is an entirely new plan, giving Insurers
the largest return ever made by any Company in
the same period.
The Company give credit when desired, of from
33 to 50 per eent. of premiums.
An illustration of the advantages of the credit
system as practiced by-this Company, is the case
of H. C;"Co, of Yonkers, who insured bin life in
this Company for $5,000, in February, 1857, pay
ing the whole premium in easb, $118 ; at the end
of the first year it was impossible for him to raise
the amount of the premium then due, in cash, and
ho came to the office prepared to surrender the
policy. Being told that he could give his note
for the premium, he did io. His death occurred
in less than seven months. His family are now
in the enjoyment of the amount insured. Had
he insured in an "all cash" Company, they would
have Iseen left unprovided for.
This is,-in itself, a complete refutation of the
absurd statement of "all cash" Companies, that
it is injurious for the insurer to have the power to
give a not under any circumstances.
C. JP. FIJRRT, Genl Agent.
A. J. GROSS, Special Agnt. ma8m3
THE EYES ! THE EARS I
r. T. L. GOLDEN,
OCULIST AN AURXST,
ALBANY, : OREGON.
TR- GOLDEN IS A SON OF THE
f IB noted old Opthalmio Doctor, S." C.
Dr. GOLDEN has bad experience in treating
the various diseases tj which the eye and ear are
subject, and feels confident of giving entire satis
faction to those who may place themselves under
hisare. ' .
Albany, Aprfl 10,
Farmers Can Ride and Plow,
- . - i ' - -.
BY SECl'RIXG OXE OF TUB
Manufactured and sold for the very low price of
riiHG simplicity and practicability of this no
1 Plow commends it favorably to the speeial
EUiico of every farmer. It possesses a decided
sunerioritv ?v!r all pther plows now in nse. Tho
wheels are four feet in diameter, -n'i run VO tho
unplowcd land. Its entire construction is in no
way complicated. - The plow is managed in every
manner with ease, and requires only two lovers,
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 county,
Oregon, having purc&ased and used upou 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 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 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 strikinr off
land and in plowing, not having to make the noe
essary changes in the machinery, and the seat is
always level, not thr wing tho 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 hand.
We take pleasure in recommending the "Gay"
Pl.ow to our brother farmers, as one having no
superior in Oregon.
J. G. RKKI. W. P. ESHOM,
A. S. LOONEY, E. W. PIKE,
W. H, GOLTTREE. . H. DAVIDSON.
May 20th, 1869.
' Tho "Gay" Plow is manufactured by H.
Goulding, Portland Machine Sbop.
All orders will be promptly attended to by ad
dressing, C. P. GAV,
; ' Portland, Oregon.
BUILDERS, AYTEHTIOri I ,
SASH, BLIiD AM) S00R
J? A C T O R Y !
J. BARROWS A CO., Agents
for Linn A Benton counties.
JOHN BRIGGS, Agent
' " ' for Linn' A Benton counties.
May 22, ''69-37. . ,
MRS. . DUN Nl WAY
TAKES PLEASURE IN INFORMING HER
-numerous patrons that she has on band, and
is in regular receipt of the
Latest and Choicest Styles rf Goods
the ' '
TVrmi-neiry Xtl-ne Z
S. H. Al.TITOCSB !. WlttOH. ti i BJiCSritlfSTO'.'
AtiTHOUE Ac CC,
I.YOJf STRKKT, (OS TIf RIYSR SAJtiJ," ,
ALBANY, ! r T 6rKGON.
KEEP ON HAND A FULL ASSORTMENT,'
and aro prepared to ! , -r . - y
ixxr-nisli to Order,-
- And -
-I.. - suc6 as -
Crowti, Panel, Baffd, Snf Sectfatt' MoS
or tti sued.
WINDOW AND DOOR fRAt.lES i
and all other kinds of
tiuiliiins Material !
If you purchase
TEN BOXXARS' WORTH
of Fall Millinery yon will bo entitled to the
for the year 1869, as a premium on the purchase
Dress and Cloak Blaking
in all Branches.
Bleaching and Pressing '
. ' in the latest and best manner.
Goods Cheap and Patience Inexhaustible
Corner Main and Broad Albin streets, .
1. .ALBANY; OREGON.
November 7, 1868-0
Are prepared to do MILL WORK ; furnish fita
ker Fan8t Zigzag Shakers, Suction Fans, Driving
Pulleys, of any kind, at our Factory on Lyea
street, (on the river bank), next below Markham's
ALTIIOVSE A C.
Albany, February 20, lb69-24 '.
FIIiEf ANI MARINE INSURANCE
Noa 41and418 California Street
San rrajiciseo, Cal
Stockholders Individually Liable.
Cash Capital, iu Gold Coin, STSO.OOO.'
Deposit in Oregon, 50,0O0.
Losses Promptly and Efjtiitalty Adjusted
THI55 COMPANY having complied with the
laws of Oregon, by making a deposit of fifty
thousand dollars, is now prepared to effect insuf-
ance against Loss or Damage bv Fire, and also
agwinst Marine and Inland Navigation risks, oft
liberal terms. . . . :
OUST AVE TOUCHARD, Pre.
ClIAS.- Dj HAVEN, Sec'y. .
TTSE MURRAY'S , IMPROVED MAGIC
J UU the King of Pain
W. larvil A Co.,
. . Agents for Albany.
Albany, January 9, 1860-18
LINFORTH, KELLOGG & RAIL
(Successors to 1. 6. Bctfchley A Ctf.)
No. 3 and S Front Street,, near H arket,
mXPORTERS AND JOBBERS OP
American, English and German
Hardware &; Cutlery
Agricultural and Mining Toob$
Rope, Steel, Powder, Fuse, Snot,
: . . , !.....
Lead, Etc., Etc.- -
. "ALSO- .
BKanniactnrera and Proprieeors of th?
Patented by J1. A. Morrell .
October 2$, 1567.-
. h's cheapest, i:. r '
,. . . . '.'-n i
SartLEST, AJtD t-
MOfBT SnKABLE PUF
- IN TUB WOBXA i
Agents wanted for this eoaej. County fightsr
for sale. .
March , 69-6m26
Vatttd State's Internal Revenue Col
lectors' Office. DirtIct oT Orogon. Notice is
hereby given that the Annual tut of Takes (or'
1Sf9, also monthly lists for months of April and
May, 1869, assessed in the county of Marion.has
been placed in my hands for collection'. . Anpar
ties are hereby notified that I will be v
At Albany, from July 19th to 24th ; " .
Corvallis, Beaton county, 26th to tie 29tji
Dallas, Polk county, 31st to 4tlf of August,"
. Lafayette, Yamhill county, Ao'gtrst 6tb to iOtV
inclusive. , ,
Oregon City, Clackamas county, August f 2thi
to 16th inclusive, ,
to -receive and receipt for taxes assessed on saitx
list, to wit t Speeial Taxes, (licenses). inoontej
taxes, taxes on Carriages, Watehes and Gold and
Silver Plate. Unless payment is made at the
time and place above specified; eollectioa wat b
made by distraint and sale of. property.
Deputy Collector, District of Oregon.
Dated. Albany, July 9th,' 1869-45tf
1B B V, m. JLaod Offietf ft 6regon
. C'T4? G"rw W. Cpoksey : Yon are here
hL tl.n tnt Jonn -Morgan has filed in tbia
office bis allegation, aripported by (he testisaony
i T w.ltnew, to show that you have abandon-.
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w., claimed by yon as a pre-emption right ;
and yon are further notified that unless you ap
pear within thirty days from, service hereof, ami
establish your oiaim to said land, that aaid proof
of yvwr abandonment will be taken as' true, and
your elaiuii be adjudged forfeited.
OWEN WADE, Register, .
HENRY WARREN, Receiver.
July 16, 18A9-4w4S
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