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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (April 23, 1880)
ALBANY, ORKGON, APRIL 23, 1S80.
KtpdMlna KMe VMTtallM.
Republican State Convention met on Wcd
nesday. The Convention was harmonious and
thnafcsatlc, 9f . C. ffenrge wait nominated for
Congress on the Urat ballot. J. It. Waldo, W.
I. Lord and K, 15. Watson are our candidates
for the Supreme Bench. K.T.. Applegn'e. G. B.
Carry and C. B. Watson are our Presidential
Electors, with ex-Senator J. H. Mitchell, dole
gate at large. Upon the resolution endorsing
Hon. J. G. Blaine as Oregon's ell oe -fir t f
Presidency, there was but no dissenting vote
The Republican Slate Convention which
ttfemSWtf fbrtTand' on Wednesday doiw
itself proud by nominal iiig IIOx. M. C.
3fM as the Kepublican candidate for
Contw. We at protht or this act of the
Conventfoii. fit nominating this gentle
rju the Convention assured A grand K
utliO,n Victory in June. No other man
fti Orejron possesses a clearer, untarnished
' feoord, both as a public officer and private
citizen, tltn does M. C. Gf.okce. With
abilities that place him In the front rank
aksojgskle the ablest men of our country ;
' with an tiiiltnpeached and unimpeachable
record as an honest man ; with untiring
' y and an Ttneonqnerable will, bis
apirtt ritever ffaggfngf When In the tine of
ctatyV Mich a man we present Willi pride
to the Voters of Oregon anT ask their'
mffragm. 'A man of high nioml character,
fianitnitd of abilities of the highest type ;
i temperate, honest, and above all a sincere
and ardent lover of Oregon and her people,
. and an enthusiast iirhts belief of her grand
faasfMlltSes. tie will labor tor all interests
6Icatafeti to enhance her prosperity and
-Ifraftekfbr ao other man lias or can labor.
J& wiH not go to Washington as a nie.-e
jwIUktan, but as a servant of and for the
people of Oregon, to advance their interests
the interests of tlie whole people. The
pewpfe of Oregon know this, and placing
Implicit faith in the man and in his a&ffity
c to accomplisb' resorts, Will give him t!ie
largest -majority ever given to any candi
date tor'Congress from Oregon.
A UtaMari HarntMti
On tlie night of the IStbti terrible hurri
.wie passed over'" Marshfteld; Missouri,
Surft.jr, tlie town ih ruins and killing and
, fnaUnlng a large numfcerof" people. All
the physicians except two.' in tlie place
" Wwe killed. Special train were dispatch-
- etf to the scene the next' day, containing
SO doctors and nurses, provisions, clothing,
MetMra! stores, etc. All the town west of
"CtJEftre Square was blown down, many
teftljfMIled a-id others imprisoned in the
fsMti buildings. The debris Immediate
ly tools ffre ill many places, and doubtless
many were bn riled tb death, not being able
to escape. Forty dad' bodies had been
' taken out, while maiiy ritnre were suppos
ed to be buried up of imprisoned amid
tha tailing buildings. 'Jlie tornado was
general in southwest Missouri and' great
damage is supposed to liaye been done
jet to be reported;
- Tlie harmony heretofore supposed to be
veigtilng among tlie Democratic journals
of Oregon, was rudely disturbed recently
ty tlie assertion of the Standard that Ave
of the six delegates elected to tlie National
Convention were for Judge Field for Pres
ident. Tlie .Democrat says that if this
assertion be true, then these five delegates
-do not represent tlie sentiments or the Con- i
vention that elected them ; that if these
five delegates are "openly and avowedly
for Judge Field they should have made
die proclamation before their election, as
dtaoembUiig in politics is as dishonorable
as it Is in private life, it not more so, and
a man who secures an election by deceit
is a discredit and disgrace to himself ami
those he Imposes upon. Resolutions in
structing tor Fiekl were twice voted down.
Comment fs unnecessary. .
Four hundred tons of railroad iron for
the Oregon Railroad Company, Limited.
- ha arrive fa the Columbia river, whfeli
w'ril be used in building the SU?erton rrwch
The secotid cargo of 300 tons will leave
Sas Francisco- abont the first of next
BoatA, ami the third cargo of 600 tons
aboot the 30tb of May. The 200 ton pur
chased from the U. 8. Court were to go
sp'the river Wednesday last for the Dal
Ttm extmaton. Jta Iron vessel the Childers,
with "T.TOO tons of English irorij sailed
from sTMulebaro-oti-Tees on the 26th ot
Starch" Ibr Portland,- and another vessel
with 1,200 tons sailed the first of the pres
ent taontR for same destination, making 4,
000 tons to arrive f&r' the narrow ' gauge
road between now and3 the first of Septem
ber eex. Railroad buijdingwill be lively
the earning year in Oregon. r
' The sand-Jot Vathersklte, Denufs Kear
ney,' despife his Wiley attorneys, the laws'
delay, and the threat of Ids fellow sand
lotters, was taken to prison on Monday
last, his head duly shaved, and a gorgeous
stripped robe placed upon- hi in. 1 He was
assured that the labor (something be was
, never fond or) put upon him would be ac
cording to his strength to perform, and no
more. An attempt was made to take him
. from the officers on hts way to prison, but
it tailed. Kearney's sentence was that be
pay fine ot one thousand dollars and be
- imprisoned, and he refused to pay the fine,
' the court Insisted on the Imprisonment.
Jnsiiee to one ahead this time,
Oo 1 Monday ground was- broken at
I ton for the east side divisiou of the
Crowx, Hallway Company's, iiroposed
rofci. Ss-lCov, Thayer threw the first
spit2 of tlfru. Speeches" were made by
llonj iU?b C.Jeer, Gov. Thayer, J. B.
Kig'5S?-JFy &is S. C. Coolidga, -and
oilers. TweJve r fifteen hundred people
. , wer In sLKdance. Tlie rain came down
" ' ' 6t-i2 b't did not abate the eutausi
. J(J z'xveuteil at Portland Ou
lte btested'ta-the last that he
07 ltUe taorder for which he
tetprbvititr YimjuImm tty.
Tlte following paragraph taken from tlie
Washington special of the Sun Francisco
Chronicle, dated April 14th, is published
by the Oregoniatt without note or com
Tlie secretary of war, in response to tho
senate resolution of the 18th ultimo, call
ing for data resecting the entrance to
Yaqnina bay, Oregon, transiniltetl to the
senate a letter from Gen. Wright, chief
engineer, submitting a copy of a letter
from I.iuut. Col. C. S. Stewart, senior
member of board ot engineers of the Pa
cine coast, and also a report ol Geoige W .
Wood upon the snrvev of the bay. dated
the 2SthXo, 1879. From an examination
ot tbee it is fouuil that a bar obstructs
tlie entrance which is not fixed in pesition,
but 1 rapidly movable within a rather
wide limit. Col. Stewart states that the
material of which It is composed Miilts
back and forth under varying forces which
act ttpou It. Its mil flow is not suIHcieiit
to keep the entrance tree from sand, so as
to enable a vessel to carry in it at low wat
er more than nine feet, lie concludes by
adding that an arlilb'ial channel, excavat
ed from deep water inside to deep water
onteide, would not in the opinion of the
board of engineers, with tlie data before It,
remove permanently the obstruction to
Now nothing could be turtlicr from tlie
truth than tlie above. Mr. Nash and an
accomplished engineer, whose name we
have forgotten, both of Corvallis, with
Hon. Mr. Bensell, ami other gentlemen
in wlioes truth and veracity there can be
no doubt, were with, Mr. Wood wheu the
bay was surveyed. Mr. Nash copied the
report of Mr. Wood before it was submit
ted to the authorities at Portland, and this
report was as dissimilar to the paragraph
fjnottd above as the day is to night.
Mr. Wood made six different lines of
survey across tlie bar, carefully noting tho
bottom or obstructions all tlie way across
on each line ; and hi testimony then was,
and it was backed by nil who Averts there
at the time, that the bottom or obstruction
was a soft rock, and there was not then,
and never had been, any sand on the bar.
In all material points Mr. Wood's survey
tallied exactly with tiie coast survey made
in 1868, and showed that there had not
been a particle ot change in the bar in
the last twelve years. We do not kuow
that the report ot the survey of the bar
made in Nov. last was "doctored" at
Portland, we only know that the report
went to Portland and nothing, more was
heard of it. Senator Slater introduced a
resolution into the U. S. Senate recently
calling upon the secretary of war to pro
duce information relating to Ya'iuina Bay,
and we suppose Mr. Wood's report ha, ere
this time, been produced, but we can not
believe that he has made so great a change
in his report as the above would seem to
Since tlie survey by Wood, a piofile
map of the bay has been made, the sound
ings given, showing the several lines mn
by Wood across tlie bar, as well a3 the
lines, etc., made in 1S6S, togctlier with a
careful estimate ot tlie cost of removing
the rock so as to give a depth ot 30 fett
across" the bar at low tide, with necessary
affidavits attached, and 1 orwarded to Wash
ington, so that the eoniiuiliee will have
the facts-necessary to guide them in mak-
ihg-tlie appropriation asked for, even if
the Wood's report! has been sunk or tam
pered with. Our people propose to never
let up in this matter until justice is done
Yaqirin Bay, "and don't you forget it."
Judge Stephen D. Pillage, of New Jer
sey, is the Pomcroy wing ot the Green
back party's nomination for Preside!! t,
and B. -T. Chambers. M. C. of Texas, for
Vice President. Judge milage has long
been a contributor to the World, and
is a forcible polintai writer. The other
wing of the Greenback party will hold its
convention at? Uhin.go on the 0th ol Jnn.
Notwithstanding the utmost exertions
of tlie policy Democrats in Congress to
keep down nil legislation calculated to'
show the aniinlta and real Intent of the
party until after the Presidential election,
tlie present session has been somewhat
fruitful in evidences o? the pure cussed1
ness of tlie Democracy. In the Curtin
Yacum contested seat, lor fear of offend"
fng the Greenbackers, no vote has been
hatT, and tlie matter will be postponed nn
il the Democracy can act without the
tear, of a present set-back. Tlie Wash-burne-Donnelly
easels so palpable ar steal
and caused snch universal indignation,
tluit the party dare not carry out its pro
gramme as at first arranged. The Fit John
Porter bill served to bring otit in a more
glaring light the disloyal tendencies of the
champions ot tlie bill. No matter liow
careful the policy Democratic members of
Congress have planned, soma hot headed
Brigadier has every now and' then thrown
in a bombshell which hw shown the
seething mass below, and the Democratic
party will be called upon this fall to give
an account of a stewardship, which, al
though so short, has- been full to running
overwiUi unlawful acts and duties unper
formed. Mr. Seymour says the quarrels in the
Democrafiir party are all . over old men
who are (table to die before they can be
used, and tliat tftis old stocV Is of very
little account any way. On the other band
the Republican party Is putting forth its
youngest and best material, men of ability
and integrity, who have no "doubtful"
transactions, either as railroad wreckers.
attempted purchasers of Presidential elec-
torr, fraudulent Income tax returns or
cfalpber dispatches to answer, and therefore
have the confidence of the people. And
Seymour's head Is level.
Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia,
Kentucky. Mississippi, North Carolina,
Texas a nJ Virginia have 76 representatives
in Congress, with a vote of 1,197, 823,
while Iowa, Kansas, Mame. Massachusetts,
Michigan, Minnesota, New Hampshire
and Ohio have 63 representatives- with
1,733,033 voters. In other words the eight
northern States wilh nearly . hundred
thousand the most votets have thirteen less
representatives in Congress ttian tlie
eleveu Southern States. On the bases of
the vote cast the Soutlieru States siioold
have 55 members, while tbe eight Northern
State should liavc 84. The South h3
eifhi-r disfranchised about one million j
voters, orshj has nearly double the repre
sentatives she Is legally entitled to. And
yeC tills Democratic majority secured by
the basest of frauds and the cowardly shot
gun policy, prates of frniids continually
in fact its cry bt "fraud, fraud," is it
entire stock In trade.
Last week the wool transactions in Bos
ton amounted to 1.192,000 (Kiunds, at prices
ranging from 20 to 62,.!2c per i pound.
Oregon wool was quoted at 40c,
The following vessels which loaded in
the Columbia last December, arrived in
Queenstown last week : David Law, City
of Halifax, Shakespeare, Samaritan and
Speaking of advertising, the Chicago
Tribune gets $35,000 a column for one year;
the New York Herald and Sun each get
$39,723 for their cheapest columns, and
over $100,000 for preferred positions ; the
New York Tribune receives $47,704 tor Us
lowest, and $45,948 for its highest columns.
And yet these great papers never stiller for
lack ot advertising patronage.
The California Legislature adjourned- at
midnight of the IGth inst. Two hundred
and eighty three bills passed botli nouses,
the Governor signing 220 of them.
The Democracy of Marion county put a
full ticket In tlie field with the exception
of the office of County Clerk. A there
was no earthly bopepf beating the Repub
lican candidate. Mr. Chamberlain, with a
Democrat, it was intimated that Mr. Geo.
A. Bads, -present Incumbent, would run as
an independent candidate, aiid with the
help of the Democracy, and Republican
votes, lie might get away nith Chamber
lain. Eades wont do it he is too good a
Republican to try it on.
In Kngland at the last general election
in 1S74 tlie expense of bringing voters to
the polls was from $2 to $15 per liead, and
in the county elections it was seldom that
the legitimate expenses (so called) were
less than $5 lor every rote iKiJIcd. Wliat
tlie illegitimate expenses tooted up does
not appear in any official return ; but it is
curious to observe that tlie success of diff
erent candidates in 1874 was largely de
pendent upon their "legitimate" expenses.
The longest purie Book the votes, as surely
as the longest pole brings down tlie per
simmons. Tlie resolutions passed by the Marion
Democratic Convention, which met at
Salem on Friday last, endorses the plat
form made at Albany by vlie Democratic
State Convention, instructs its candidates
for the legislature to advocate the passage
of a bill declaring all sales ol real estate by
persons not In actual possesssion, to nou-
resdents, null and void, and favors reduc
ing the fees of clerks and slieriffs to a sum
. . &
not exceeding f2,o00 per annum ; tree
trade and direct taxation to support the
government of our fathers, and the passage
of a law by the next iegi-lature providin;
f r the location of tlie insane asylum at tlie
s -at ot sovermnent in accordance with the
c mstitution of the State. ;
The leading New York Democratic jour
nals charge that the Republicans of that
State have concocted an insldnous plot to
seeure the nomination of Tildeu at tlie
Cincinnati " Convention, the plot being
based upon the conviction that the "claim
ant" will be the easiest man to beat. Tbe
plot is thus outlined : A suit lias been
nenlin2 aeainst Tilden to recover a large
amount of income tax due Irom him to the
Government. It is a matter of notoriety
that (hiring all these months since the suit
was commenced, whenever the case has
been called in court, Tilden's counsel have
a ked for a postponement, showing their
unwillingness to come to trial. The U. S.
District Attorney, whose duty it is to prose
cute the case and bring the accused to jus
tice, is Stewart L. Woodford, a prominent
and active Republican. Mr. Woodford
has made no great exertion or dotermltlml
opposition to the efforts of Tilden's coun
sel to stave offthe trial. This being the
case, the Democratic journals alluded to
charge that these postponements arc "s
Republican ruse," designed to favor "111
den's nomination at Cincinnati. Tlie Dis-
trict Attorney has evidence which he Is satisfied-
will result in a verdict against Til
den. but if that evidence should be made
nnblie before tho convention meets, U
would destroy his chances for the nomina
tion j therefore it is to be withheld until
after he fs nominated, when every weapon
in the hands of Mr. Woodford will be used
In defeating btm and securing tlie election
ot the Repnblfcnn nominee. Tilden seems
to be in a bad row of sfirmps. i fJ ''
In a recent sermon Mr. Beecher said
""I've gone throngh a good deal of trouble.
and I've had as many days of trial as any
of you. It has turned my hair white, but
it hasn't turned me white Inside.". Per
liaps Mr. Beechcr's advanced age has had
something to do with bis hair, lie is 74 or
tliereabputs..--- ; J- f'i:"?.' ;-
Dr. Andrews heard a burglar .in his
house, inPhiladelphia. and had no pistol
to snoot mm with, so lie Inflated a paper
bag which happened to be at band, dashed
upon the thief with a sliout and exploded
the bag, which made a noiso like a pistol
shot. The man sank to the floor hi abject
terror and begged for mercy.
"Law and Order," in the Lafayette Cour
ier, accuses District Attorney, J. J. Whit.
ney, of malfeasance in office, in this, that
he failed to present Charles Lowry to the
grand jury for keeping a gambling house.
Lowry was arrested on tlie above charge
and gave bonds; but his bondsmen be
eonnng alarmed surrendered him to tbe
sheriff, who confined him In jail until the
assemblfngof tlie grand jury. The evi
dence wag conelnsive, and Lowry Intend
ed to plead gailty if Indicted. The exam
ining magistrate says he filed tbe papers
with tbe County Clerk as the law requires
and in turn the Clerk says he handed the
papers to District Attorney Whitney. One
of the members of tbe grand jury de
clares that the jerry never heard of the case
nntil after they had adjourned. If thfs be
trno Mr. Whitney stands before tlie people
of this district as guilty of neglect of duty
ami malfeasance in office, as welf as skiing
1 trhnhiais to escape from juslkc.
The Reno (Nev.) Gazette says sA man
about to marry was seized with lockjaw
in Winnlmucca very early lasi Wednesday
morning, and rushing to a drug store, he
beat upon tlie door tor admittance. The
proprietor, on opening the door, mistook
liis visitor for a tramp, and knocked him
down. Strar ire to say. tho man's lockjaw
was instantly cured by the blow.
The World says all tlie lawyers in Boise
City are tectctallers.
Spokan county offers in all $1,000 tor
the arrest of murderers.
Rx-ludge John Clark, of I,ewi.ston, died
suddenly o.i Wednesday.
The T.nConuor Miil says : Fifteen cents
a bushel Is the price now put on pota
toes over there.
Weatlier is favorable ami crop prospects
good over on the Sound, ami farmers are
The Post says : A scow loaded with 75
tons of hay upset on tlie Sound, near Port
Orchard.and the entire cargo was lost. I
Ao-n-atmanv .tt.h l.nvnrs i. !
ovcrland stage into the upper countrr.
ready to leave a great deal of money.
Idaho City sent $60. and $150 was col
lected at tlie Granitetowti Catholic Church,
$210 in all, for the aid of suffering Ire
land. All the towns in the upper country show
remarkahle'-growth and inproveincnt, and
new ones are springins up all the while.
ittlo o.v says the work of dvk-
.,"-.,. . ."
aniish flats lias begun and about
i. Af -1.1 , , -it
log the Si
2.000 acres of the richest laud will soon ;
On Wednesday evening Walhila was
stirred to its depths by a mnu named
Charles Price receiving a we!l deserved
cowhiduig Q-om Mrs. Tony Tublis. The
Sttttesmtn s-tvs : From what we can learn.
the fellow is a steamboat hand and talks I
LOU .MMH1L neniiiH- M
The .Seattle 'if.rr says : While j
scranhi!? down th forem-ist nn the shm !
KIdorado. two sailors,
namcd Iharlf rn-.
terand Fi.lui Vi nlherton. fell from thesag- .
ing to tlie deck, a distance of SO f et. and
were loth seriously injured. WallH-rton
was taken to Providence Hospital for
treatment, and Foster uas sent to the ma
rine hospital at Port Townseud. The
cVinces of the former to recover are slim,
while Foster has a much better prospect.
Mr. Chas.' Sweegle has purchased the
Fisk ranch, near Walla Walla, (better J
known as the old Whitman nlacel. alto-
getlier 750 acres, at the price of llJi per
acre. Tlie crop this .season will bring
back a lare portion ol the money.
The ll'vrerjtt Qnern went into tlie Snake
river trade last week. She took 310 tons
ot merchandise on the up trip.
The Walla Walla $tot.-mn, 13th inst.:
The few showers that have fallen of late
lias greatly Improved the appearance of
tlie erowine crops. The hieh winds and
lack of rain tliat have prevailed al! spring j
, , "..... -H i
nas rt-'iitruvti gruwiu very, iiiiicn, aiiu an
the grain seenls to be at least one month
behind tune.' We are pleased to note
the fact tlwit the warm weatlier of late has
a good effect, and our farmers have less
cause to grumble.
Rev. Geo. II. Atkinson has organized a
union church movement at Prineville. A
church will be built and thrown sopen to
men ot all denominations to preach the
gospel, and its seats are free to men and
women of all nativities.
The usual ldad of upward boitnd pass
engers leaving Portland on the Upper
Columbia route has been 120 for the past
fortnight, while the westward bound pass
engers have not averaged 55 to the trip.
At this rate It will not take long to fill up
Last Friday the steamer D. G. linker
was coming over tlie middle riffle ol the
Umatilla rapWsj she swung around sud
denly upon a rock tliat was but slightly
submerged, iler hull missed it entirely,
bnt her wheel struck it with full force and
made a fearful wreck of tlie arms and
buckets. So severe was the shock that
the shaft was thrown ottt of Uie plllow-
, , . t .
blocks and tltc whole engine room disar
ranged. The Baker is a new boat and
one of the best owned ' by the company,
and even her temporary disablement will
be a serious matter to tlie company and
Dalles Inland Empire : Tlie Columblai
river t this point is steadily rising bnt
the ninthly color of the water indicates
that the preponderance ot the tresliet Is
coming out of Snake river. The nsnal
amount of croaking is going on, but we re
member last year th-it "the town was sure
to be 'flooded ".f." nd no -flood came.
Tills year the O'i R A V. Co. have mado
their grade a conthinoii levee for the pro
tection of the town, and there can be no
doubt tliat we are better prepared for a
flood than last year. Should the Snake
river freshet subside by tho 16th of M iy,
fliere will be no danger from the Colum
bia in June.
Joseph Teal, says the Empir, has
bought about fourteen thousand liead of
beef steers for the eastern market and
will have them driveti to Cheyenne
by his brother-in-law, Henry Coleman,
and John Todd. Fnnk Coleman, of Ku
gene. who has been In poor health for
some months par, wiH probably accomp
any tlie drive and endeavor to recover
tlie lotjeWel on tlie jaunt across tlie p'a"n
Maya the San Luis Ohiso Adronii : D.
Russell of Oholeme has upon his premises
a petrified sliark which was unearthed at
La Panza gold diggings It, weight is
about 200 pounds and is six feet in length.
A part of the nose and tall was broken oft'
wheu ft was taken from the ground; ami
its original length was about eight K-t.
A petrified whale, some forty feet l:i
length, fs Imbedded in tlie side of the
mountain from whecne this rclia was
Faher Martin. BMp of Dakota. 2-
giscen the name or Tintati ir me new migr.ince makes it a toilet luxury. SO
Terrlt..rv to he formed of the north lat'.f 5SOlONT removes all disagreeable odors
ol what is now ti.knl-. Hot ih i the 1 L " . . "vn . ,rwu catarr dnii teetn,
o wn.it is now IMnnU. I tiitiii. to tuc , Av HU entirely free from the Injurious
Slonx .tongue, slgnlrtes prafr e. ifUn6 acrid properties ot tooth pastes sud
W'inl)l ho at no ,-,Tvii.t frill' an t ni'i- ! powders which ilestrov the ennniol. fii.o
h umum for the tier Tctrii
At Cassiar, British Columbia, during
the recent cold spell, quicksilver balls were
fired with muskets through inch boards.
Both there and at Glenora the thermom
eter was standing at 48 degrees below
zero. Nitrid acid and whisky froze solid.
Case brandy froze solid enough In
twenty minutes to roll up In lumps
like marbles. During .the intense cold
breathing was very oppressive.
Ex-United States Senator H. W. Corbet t
ot Oregon is at Santa Barbara with his
t-.mily enjoying the climate of that local
Rev. Dr. Osgood, a distinguished divine,
I. L. Sreinmitz is nominated
gress in Jancaster, Pa.
A schooner and all hands went down in
a gale on Long Island sound.
I The California State Democratic Con
, vention is called lor MaylOt-hat Oakland,
i Braunhart's bill to suppress stock gam
bling, diil not receive constitutional nia-'
jority in the California senate.
The Burmese ambassador says there is
no uutn in tne reported massacre of hun-
i dreds of people at Mandllay.
! Indians ran off 60 hor?es from near
; Dead wood the other day and are being
pursueu oy military and ranchers.
Alex. Wilson was burned to death while
trying to rescue little children from a
burning house at Covington, Ky. t
Wallace introduced a bill in tlie Senate
to redeem outstanding 0 per cent, bonus
at the rate ol $5,000,000 per week.
II. C. Fredericks, an Insane epecnlator,
1 ,ea'V1 ,rom, "'.e mh U"V
! run House, Chicago ; killed him, of course,
... , f ' . , ...
! The liberal majority in the Lnglish nar-
... : - . .
lianient will be ahout CO over all appoint
meufs. Paruell s Irish following members
3G. The net libc-al gain is 109.
The Afghan chiefs are informed that
' the Knglish army will retire wlieuever
they can ngn-e on a course likely to lie per
manent, and be friendly to the Knglish.
Prices are receding again, making a
dim-re"c 1" J'?"? Jl1
week of $150,000,000. Tlie business booi
4 I CUIIllifg UUWll tO BUIIICLIIUIg TCilSUUUUlC
t- : .1 . ,t:.. . - 1. 1
Gen. Sherman has concluded not to
ct-i.ifl on ivwmniiv tvirii Indlin denrWI:!-
.., J.i i .
vations and hold them prisouers wherever
M , Ufll I IKr III IPMIIC tA MIC IW
A Senate committee to-day reported ad'
versely on a bill to pay the $25,000 claim
of Charles W. Denton, ol Oregon, for pro
perty alleged to have beeu used or destroy
ed by U. S. troops.
The biennial stake at the Croven meet
ing. Newmarket, was won on Tuesday by
Apollo. Robert, the Devil. 2d. Pride ot
Highlands. 3d. The Newmarket itand-
leap was won by
l. Joniiard s u aiien-
i An American was convicted of man-
slaughter at Constantinople, being tried
I by the American consul in accordance
j with the treaty stipulations, sentenced to
: two months imprisonment and taken to
the American prison at Smyria. The
j Ottoman government demanded the piis
I oner but the consul general would not
give him up. He killed a mail arcident
! ally, and gave himself np. The Turkish
j police seized his warehouse, where he
! sold arms, and helped themselves to re
volvers. The whole matter will be sub-
j'"1' . "r
diplomacy and causes some
Jay Gould will soon control 8108 miles
of railroad, but wlo will control Jay Gould?
John C. Calhoun his been deul jut
thirty years, but lie is not half so dead as
some of the doctrines he advocated.
. It no unforseeii ilisaster occurs, the grain
crops of California will this season aston
ish the world, says tlie San Francisco
The King of Bnrmah is reported to have
offered np a human sacrifice of 700 per
sons in order to propitiate evil spirits. Is
t lis the nineteenth century ?
Senator Thurman Iws been prohibited
by his physician from smoking more than
two cigars a day. By the liberal use of a
pipe, two cigars ought to be plenty.
Free labor is the corner-stone of the
American Republic. When it is displaced
by Asiatic slave labor, the fabric will tot
ter and fall.
It is a remarkable fact that the IT. S.
is tlie only country of any prominence
that pertalts coolie immigration. Spain
and Great Britain permit coolies to land
hi their colonies, but the inflctiou. has
never visited the mother countries.
Tlie Senate Committee his decided, by
a vote of seven to four, to recommend tbe
passage ot a bill to give the Northern
PaciSc Railroad six years further time in
which to complete their road. This looks
favorable, and we hope such a bill may
..Tbe journalists of Russia are not having
particularly pleasant times just now.
They. appear to have no rights tliat Imper
ial police agents are bound to respect
The result will probably be that the Nihi
list will get most of their printing done
outside of the country, and smuggle it in
as opportunity presents. This will lead lo
the advocacy of very extreme ideas. ,
Missouri, instructed for Grant, will have
more votes in the Chicago convention
than Iowa, instructed against him. Yet
Misourl, at lowest estimate will throw
against any' republican nominee 60.000
democratic majority ; while the 00,000 re
publican majority of Iowa, without which
no republican can be elected, is to be over
borne by democratic Missouri. So Michi
gan, opposed to Grant, but republican by
40,000, i to be overborne by Kentucky
Instructed for Grant in convention, but
throwing nearly 100,000 democratic ma
Tlie Chicago Times asserts tliat "the onlv
Southern State which seems loyal to Til
den is Georgia, and there isn't any enthu
siasm in her support of the sage."
A Fine Tbltur for the Teeth. V
Fragrant SOZODONT Is a composition of
the purest and choicest ingredients ot the
Oriental veiretahla L-iitH rank CtMirn
I greOteot Is well known to have a beneficial
j ig or antiseptic ipfn, nd Aromatic
I Oolite will last sU utoutlia.
Dr. O. W. rny.
Dentist, Albany, Oregon. Office in Fos
ter's brick block, up stairs, at large bay
window. Prices in proportion to time and
jr. B. It. FRCELAS I hint located In
Albany for She practice or Dentistry.
All work warranted. Office In Parrlsti
block, corner First and Ferry ats. febl
The fivorite of Texas Democrats is Han
cock, with Bayard for second choice.
-m.-rrvrifv. T ITEltKRY GIVES that the nn-
1N dcrisfned ndniinistrntor ot the estate of
UllTW I'resiev, tlWJU-3lt III iiiiaimw
Uer of the County Court of Linn eonnty. Ure
imii, duly made and cnteivd of record, vlll, on
,1,e 27th ihiy of Mnj, 1880,
at the honr of two o'clock In the afternoon of
mild dav, at I lie dwelling on nc pruiiiinos nen
Inafter 'described, sell nl pnbHe anetion. to tlie
highest bidder, the following described preiu-
"Tho north half of the northeast qaartcr of
section IS. in township 14 south of range 3 went
of the Willamette inenuwn, in i.inn couniy,
Tehms of Sale. One-third of the purchase
price cash in bund, one-third to be paid in six
months, nnd the balance in nine months Irom
the day of sale, the deferred payments to be se
cured bv a inortaaKO on the premises.
rKAXK HREiSI.EY. ,
April 23, 18S(VnS0v-12 Administrator.
MARBLE AM) STONE WORKS.
F. "WOOD & CO.,
Tils for "Walks,
Bases for Gardes. Fountains,
and alt kinds of work done in Sione.
Asweeetonr marble direct fmm the qnnr
rtuA, and hare it selected with care, mts can as
sure customers f ho
Tie Best Materials an5 lowest Prices.
Orders fmm any port of the Stnte promptly
, 6r. 11 work warranted as represented.
SsS" Wiop and Work a on eorneriif Second and
Ellsworth streets. Albany. Oreiron.
IVd lD A tO,
March 19, lSS0-vl2n05
Albany Fnrzuturs Houso.
Mannfacturer and Dealer in
Bedroom Suits; Walnut. Ash nnd Maple l'arlor
Suild ; liitent ISockers. Easy Chairs and
Extension Centre Tullcs,
l'illar- Extension, ete.
u A splendid lot of
CD 3E3Z jA. X H m ,
Walnut and Hardwood Chairs of nil fcinilrt.
In tact, I Intend to keep a flrst clns
I am thankful for past patronage, and
intend to make it to tlie Interest of all
residents of this city and vicinity to
come and sec me.
Corner of Second and Ferry streets.
AI.USV, (Vl2n3t) ORKtM91.
KOT WAtX, to mb4
, for our Prlea 14M for
188a Flu tm u
adareu apon np-
thin reanu-ed tnr-
win; or ,-0O ina.trSlrS
KpcxU at wbolwaio print in qoantlUaa to (ult
tbo pnrchaaer. Tbe only Innttutloa la America
Who make tbii their peelia bnslnose. AdanMaT
! Wabaa ta Affq Cbltaco. IB,
In the Conntv Conrt of the county ol Linn In
tbe State of Orogon
In the matter of the estate l
ot J Citation.
II. K. W. Clarke, deceased. J
To Sarah M. tllarko and Frederick W. Clarke,
heirs at law of II. K. W. Clarke, deceased,
above named, and to David Calm, Alexander
Weill. Alexander Lnzard. Simon Lauril. Klin
I-Azard. and T. E-'ertoii Iloyrg. and to all other
peraom whom names are unknown, II an v
there be, that have, or claim to have, an v in
terest, right or title, in law or In equit y, fnor
to the real property hereinafter dweriled
IX THE NAME OF TH E STATEOK OREGON
yon and each of you nliove named and referred
to. are horebv cited and reamred to lie and nn.
pear in t lie Connty Court of the county of Linn,
in tiro ouiit; ui oivmin, ar tno rouri nouse 111
the city of Ailmny, In said county and 8tate,on
Tuesday, tite Mi dan Mtff, A. D. 18S0,
at the honr of one o'clock In the afternoon of
said day, the sumo being a day of the regular
jy iwiB a. i. ijmi, oi sain uourt, ana tnen
and there show cause, if any exist, why an or
der of sale should not be mode, directing and
licensing the administrator of said estate to
sell all tbe right, title and interest of aaid 11.
iv. tt. oiiirKe, i uxwwiw, ai. I nc 1 1 me ot Ills (lent ft.
both In law and in equity, tn nnd to the real
preoertv hereinafter described, as hraved for
in and by the petition ol John Con nek, the
administrator of the estate of said deceased,
which said petition is now on file in the County-
Conrt of Linn eonnty, Oregon, which said
renl property 1 describe I as follows, to-wft. :
The one finwl undlvt'lct one-eighth of tho
lonowmg esciii?ea rem properly, to-wit:
lAtta 8, and 10, in Sect ton 7, township 11,
rana-e 1. containing 1031-loOacres : lot 1. sect ton
9, township 11. range 1, containing St 23-100
acre;, lot 1. S )l V of X W and X E JKofSW
H Sue 21, township II, range 1. containing 08
acres ; iota i ana z, oec sn, lownsnip ii,
range 1. containing 40 acres ; X fro tfof X E if
and S E If of X KK, See 1. township 12, range
1, conlnining 110 10.100 acres: E JfofSE H,See
l, rowninin i, range i. containing on acres ; a
K fro Ji of N W If and W X of X W . Sec I.
township 12, range 1, containing 79 1-100 acres;
X W k of S W K, See 1, township 2, range 1.
containing 40 acres, and E frac Irnrfef N w
andX half of S E Jf lot No. 4. and X E IfofSW
M of See ."!, Tp 13. R 1, eontaiiiiii!i225S4-100acres.
and IIk-s E V if S 1- mtd W v.ulSK Vol .eo
R,Tp 12, Jt 1. containing 1-20 acre., and the K X
of North Eat quarter, and East .hair nf the
k x , anu lots i, . s, , B, 6 and I, in Sec
7. Tp 12. K 1, containing 32B 5-U0 acres. and tbe
E.S ot 8 E and S W X of ft E and & W M ot
N W and W X of S W and 8 E B W
OfSee9, Tpl2, SI, containing 40 acres, and 8
K and S ii ot S W k ot Sec 11, Tp 12, B 1, eon
talning 240 acres, and all ol Sec 13, Tpl2,Rl,
containing 640 acres, and lot 7. Pee 15, Tp 12, R
1, containinjt 6 A-hNlacreo.andN Eqrand ME or
ofXWqrorSec n,Tpl,Kl,'ontHiniri!f 2W)Hcre,
and lots Kon. 1, S, 4 and ft, In Sec 21, Tp 12, R 1.
containing 104 l.VloOncres, and N E qr of Si K
qr and W X ot N K qr of See 25, Tj 13, R I, con
lainlnsr 120 acres, and lots 1. 2, 3, i, 6 and 6, Kee
81, Tp 12, K 1, containing 121 24-100 acres, and
lot No lo in .see S3, Tp 12. R 1, containing- 39 7
100 acres, and W X of N W qr and E K ol 8 W qr
and lots Nos 4, fi, , 7, 8. t and 10, in See 86, Tp 11
R 1 eontainiiif?SWfi-2-100 acres, and lot 1, Sec 1,
Tp 13. K 1 W. eontiiininu Hi 38-100 acres, and lot
So 2 in Sec 1, Tp 13, K 1, and 8 W fractional qr
of N W qrof Sec 1, Tp W. R 1 W, containinr J
40-100 uci es, and S E qr of N W qr or lot S.Sec 1,
Tp 13. Ii 1, containing 42 ."1-100 acres, and a E qr
of S K qr and W X of S E qr and S W qr, in Sec
.1. Tp 1.1, it 1, containing 280 acres, and E X ot
Sec-. K S of N W qrnnd E X of SW qr.W fro
qi of W qr and lots 1, 2 and 3, Sec 7. Tp IS. R 1
eomainiiitf 5(o 40-100 iere. nnd N W qr of N W
qr nnd lot No 3. i-w-c u, Tj 13, R 1, containing
IM-100 acre!, and the N E qr of S E qr and 8 W qr
of S E qr n lid S K f met ional fpr of 9 W qr, or VA
5, Sec 11, Tp 13. It l.eoiitainins 117 8H-100 acre,
and E !j of X Kfjr and X W qr of N E qr and S
X of Jf W qritldSWqr In Sec 17, Tp 13, R 1,
cTmla!HinKKi4ie'rips,oiid E X of of Sec 19,Tpl3,
It l.eontainina 0neres. and XV X of N E qr
and 8 E qr of N E qi nnd lots 1 and 2, Bee 23, Tp
13, K 1, containing 113 09-100 acres, and X E frcl '
qr, or lots 1 and 2, Sec 25. Tp 13, R 1, containing
7tf BO-100 ncres..and S X of See 25, Tp 13, R 1. con
taining 32 acre, nnd the N fractional X ot N K
qr. or lols 1 and 2, and S X ot N E qr. N W qrof
S W qr and loU 3, 5, (;, 7 and 8, in See27,Tp 13,11
1, containing 27OB1-100 ucres. and S X ot cc ,
nnd -N X of N W qr. Sec 2!, Tp 13, R 1. contain
ing'400 acres, and N X of X E qr W X of X Wq-r
and 8 W fiiiet ional fjr ftec 81, Tp R 1, con "
bulling 2.-.0 40-100 acre. and X X of X W qr and
W X of S W qr Sec 33, Tp J3, It 1, containing fit
acres, and lots 6 and 7 In Sec &, Tp 13, K 1, con'
mining 2.) 72-100 nei es, and lots 5 and 6 in Sec 19,
Tp 10. Ii 2, containing 72 27-10" acres, and X at
oCX Eur and lots I. 2. 3. 4. 8 and 0 In Sec ti. Tit .
. Wl. It 2, containing 1? lo-lon acres, nnd lots 1. 2.
3, 4. 5. 6. 7. and 10 and 11. in See 33, Tp 10, R 9,
containing 204 04-100 acres, and X E qr and lots
1, Sand . in Sec 3. Tp In. K 2, containing 22
24-100 ncres. the X W fractional qrof X W qr of
Sec l.Tp ll.K 2,contnlning 40 4-HK) acres, and lot
in Sec 7, Tp 11, H 2, conlnininir 8 1 1-10 aeres,
and lot 4 In Sec 23. Tp 11, R 2, containing 26 87
100 acres, and lots 1. 2. 3. 4 and 5 in Sec 35, Tp II.
R 1, containing 48 73 100 acres, and tots 1, 2, S
and 4, in. See. 1, Tp 13. R 2. ct-ntaf nmg 21 44-lOd
ncriss tbe S W of X W qr and 8 E qr ot H
W qt of Sec 3. Tp 13, H 2. contnining 80 acres,
and Iota 2 and H In Sec.'.7, Tp 13, H 2, cotitainin
atlgl-loft acres, and X Eqt and 8 W qrof Sec. 9,
Tp 13, R 2. containing 80 acres, and SE qr and
X W qrof S W qrofSee. II, Tp 13, R 2, contain
ing 200 nc es. K X of Sec. and E X of X W qr
and X W qr of N W qr ami E X of S W qr and
S W qr of W qr of See 13. Tp 13. It 2, contain- -ing
5B0 acres. -8 X of 8 K qr nnd 8 X of S W qr
of Sec. 15, Tp 13. R 2. containing loo acres. W X
of X W qr and W X of K qr of See. , Tp 1.
R2, coniaining IfiO acres, E X of X Kqrand W
X ot X W qr and S E qr pf See. 25, Tp It, R t,
containing ; i ncre, lots 5, 6 and 7, Sec IJ.Tp in,
R 3, containing 15 acres, lot 1, See. 13. Tn 10. R
3. containing: 13 80-1U0 aeres, lot Xo 1 in Sec. S7, -Tp
10, R 3. eoflbdning 13 05-100 nci-es. lot 1 or X
E fractional qrof X E'qrof See. 25, Tp 10, R 3.
containing 41 Mi-100 acres, lot 3. See . Tp 12. It
2. containing 11 44-100 acres, lot 1, See 11, Tp JT,
It 2. containing 10 5IW00 ncres. lot 6. Sec 13, Tp
T2, R 2. containing 7 S5-100 acres, X W qr of X
E q r of X X of X W qr and lot 3, fn See 29, Tp
12, K2, containing 151 12-100 acres, lot 1, in See
31. Tp 12. K 2, containing 24 03-100 acres, lot 1.
See 3, Tp li. It .cotitnfn irlg 3 4-100 acres, all of
tlKrregoii.g Iiiiii and lots parts ot sec
tions and lot eare in the TownshipsandKangoa
above given and all of said Townshfns and
liiinges being south of base line and West of
Willamette meridian, according to the public
survey of the United States In the State of
Oregornlsn the E X of See and lots 1.3, Sand
4 of See. 31. Tp K, SKI E, containing 425 9ft-loo
acres, X X ol S W qrof Sec 5, TnRSIlK eon
mining 80 neres, N fractional X of See 7, Tp 1.
5 It IK coiining 32a 1-100 acres, nil of i pre it,
Tp 13, S R 1 K l ontaiiiing 40 acres, X X of Sew
17, lp 13, S R 1 E con I a hi ing 320 ncres. X W
fractional qr anil K X of 8 W qr of Sec 10, Tp 13.
SKI E containing '250 58-100 acres, all of See
21.Tpl3, S M 1 K containing 640 acres. Oil of
See 23. Tp 13, SKI K coiitaintng Ml) acres, all of
S?25, T)i 13, S K 1 K containing 640 ncres, lots
2, 3. 4 and X X ot X W qr of Sec 27, Tp 13. S R
1 E containing 13 87-101 ncres, E 14 of X Eqr
3 W qr of E qr S ii ot S W qr and lots 1 and 2
of Sec 2W, Tp 13. SRI E. containing 233 46-10W .
acre. X E qr of X K qr and lot 3, 4. 5. fund 10-
SeeSt. Tp 73. S R I K cimtairrfng Jm4t-V0 acres,
lots 1 and 2 in 33, Tp IS, S R 1 IS ontiMaln(f
15 77-1MO at-rvs, X E or E qr of X W qr lot 1,2.
3 and 4, VT X of S E qr anil 8 W qi of Sec 35.
Tp 13. S 11 1 E u:ininsr 503 3V100 acres. K
li-iiciional X See 3. Jfo 14, S It 11 E, containing
370 (it-Inn ncre, all of Sec 21, Tn 14. S R 14 E con
taining 040 ncres. all of Sections 23 nnrl 27 and
20, in Tp 14. S l It K. all of Sections !3nnd 21.
Tp It, S K 15 K. nil of Sec-s 23 and , Tp 14. S R
15 E, X X of See 27, Tp 14. S R 15 E, X X of See
20. 'I p 14, SR 15 K, all of See 7. and 13 In Tp
14 K ME. X W qr of Si-c 15, Tp 14. 8 R 1 E.
all ol Sees 17. V and 2. 31 nnd 35 in TpJfc SK
1KE,S X ot Secandhf ofX W qr of Sec 1, Tp
1", S R 10 E eontnining 400 acres, all of Sec 3.
5. 11.13 nnd 10 in To 15, s K 1 E, all of Sees 7
ainl ll in Tp It. S It 17 K. the W hf of Sec W hf
ot X E qr and W bt of s E qr Sec 15. Tp 14. S K
17 E. containing 480 acres, E hf of See and K
b f of X W qr and E hf of 8 W qr of Sec 23. Tr
14. S R 17 E onitfttnfng 4 bcito. all of Si-es 27
and 33 in Tp It, S K 17 E. M E qr X hf of S W qr
and X W qr of S E qr of See 85. Tp 14. S R 17 K
containing 2X.I Tes, S lif of Stre. S hf of 3S W
qr, X K qr of N W qr and 8 W qrof X tor of
See 1, Tn 15. S V 17 E, coniaining 481 tl-lM aerea
nil ofSees3Ji.7.15ni'id S hfof See2lnli fn Tp 1,
S li 17 E. E lif ol set- 23 nnd all of See 27 and W
In Tp I... S R 17 E, S h t of Sec and hf of See
1 1. nii'i ail ot Sees 21. 23, 2!1 and SI in Tp 14. R
18 E. the E fractional hfof Sec 1. Tp 15, 8 It 19
K,nml all of Sees 5. 7. 5) and 15 in Tp 15, 8 R IS E,
X lit of Sec 21, and the X fractional hfof Sec 3-1
in Tp 15. S It 18 E. W fmclTntiHl hfof Sec .
W fiiivtinnul qr and S hf of S Ivqr nnd S- kf mf
S W qr of Sec 7 anil the X W or of 8m IT .11 h.
Tp It. S R 1 E, all the foregoing truets of Imd
iiesenue"! as oemg in Townships Son th and
Itsmgcs East are all South of the Rase line and
E.tst ot 'the V. illaincttu meriilhin a fi-rxi
determined by ibe I'niied States snrver in
and for the Stnte of Oresron i also lota 1". .
and 7. Soc 3, Tp 1I.5R1W contninine 101 .17-
l,."Jao.,'OB-.s fractional hf of X WqrSerT
14, S R 1 w containing 80 -lnoares.X Xqrnf
X fc qr nnd lots 1, 5. fi and 7, Sec 9, Tp 14 SRI
Vi containing 51 lo-lon acre-, lot Xo 1. Seel,
Tp 14, S It I W, containing lo OK-IOO ncres. S K
qrofSE qr Sec 13. Tp 14, S R 1 W eontnining
40 acres, X h S E qr and X E qr of 8 W qr Sec
25. Tp 14. SRI W, containing IJOiicres, S Irf
X E qr sec 2. Tp 14. S R I W containing
Sec 27. Tp 11. S R I W containing rid acres. X hf
" 1,1 qrann s K qr of Bt w nr
E qr of Sec 27, Tp 14. S R 1 W eotitainins;
rcs,X Eqt-ofS Wqr See27."Tp 1, 8 Bl W
Bining 4o acres, X hfof X E qr Sec 1. Tp 14,
S R 2 W, containing so 33-100 acres ; the Town
shliis above referred to as Sonth and Rinm ..
west are nil Townships south of lse line and
Ranges West of Wtllamette meridian o estab
liKheiV by tlie prjWfr snnej s of the rntted
Statesand all tlje foregoing tracts, parcels and
lots are the same dexcrihed and contained m
list Xo 1. of lands granted to tbe Mtate of Ore
gon by tbe net of Congress, Approvod Jntr i.
D I8T,toaid in the construction ofa Military
road froiiiAllHiny.Ortgon.tothe Eastern lionnd
ary of that State, which said list was filed in
the office of the Secretary of State of the Stat
of Oregon. Jnne 1st, 1871; also all the lands fn
addition to those hereinliefnre particularly de
scrilied, that lie and are situated along the line
of the Wagon Road of the Willamette Valley
and CascH'le Mountain Wagon Rnnd Company,
which said road commences at the tewa trt
Alliany, I.lnn county Oregon, and exlei,d
easterly and terminates at a point In the East
ern homidm-y of t be Stale of Oregon, now a as
the Washoe Ferry rm Snake river, and are em
braced within a continuous licit of land eat end
ing six miles on each side of said road and ex
tending the entire length thereof, and whkk
were grunted by tho Tntted States to the State
of Oregon by an act of Congress, entitled "an
act granting land- to the State of Oregon to
aid in the const met ton of a Military Road front
Ailmny, Oregon, to the Eastern Ixmnilnry of
said s;ate, approved Jnl 1800, and by said
State of Oregon granted to the Companv afore
said try an net entitled an act donating "certain -lands
to the Willamette Valley and Cascade
Mountain Witgon Road Companv." approved
October 24, 1808, and which now" have bee-.r -.
which hereafter tit any time may be selected
or located by said Cotnimny and certified
patented by the United States to the Stateof
Oregon or to said Company under or by virtne
of t beauts aforesaid or eit her of t hem or anyot h
eract or acts that have been orhereaftermay be
enacted by the Stnte of Oresron. or thetnitrij
8 a!efn respect thereto. There are excepted
out of 1 he alove described lsndsthe following
described tracts, to-wit : E hf of E qr Sec JS.
Ti 12. 9 R S W containing 10 acres, W h 1 ot X 15
qrand K hf of X W qr Sec. 7, Tp 15, 9 R I W con
taining 1H0 acres, 8 hfof X E qr of 8 W qr Sec
21, Tpll.SR IW containing 20 acres, X .hf -of
X E qrof 8 W qrandSEqrof X W qr and lot
2. See 21, and lots 8, 0 and lo. See 7, Tp 11. 8 II
W containing 97 83-100 acres, lot Xol,See27,
Til 10, S R 8 W containing IS 83-100 acres, lot I,
See 3, Tp 12, S K 3 W. containing 8 4-100 ores.
Jots 1. 2, 3, 4, 5. , Stic 81. Tp 12, 611W emitofa
fng 121 2t-Ii acres, lots 8 and 9. Sec 2T, lots T
and 11, See 33, Tp 10. S R 2 W containing M 87
lOO aciva. lots 2 and , See 7. Tn IS, 8 R 2 W enn
taining S9 84-100 acres, X hfof X W qr X W ar
of X W or and lot 8, Sec 29. Tp 12, 8 R t " .con
taining l.l 12-100 acres, said excepted parcels
amounting in the aggregate to 745 6-100 acre ;
also except ing from t he lands herei n before de
scriliod so much thereof lut is in the actual uoe
of tbe Willamette Valley and Cascade Moun
tain Wagon Road Comiany, for t read, the
whole distance through said loads ; ls ex
cepting rrom the la mis hnretbetre describe!
the flkwhnr, to-wit : See S la Tp-1, S K 3 E.
- By order of the County ('own of Clnn county..
Oregon, made on the 4th day of ttarck.-A.
1880, the same being a day of the regular Marco
term, A. !., 188", of said Court. ; -
la witness whei-rf. 1, jAm !. CoWAit,
County Clerk and ex-ofl1eii Clerk of the afore
aald Cotmty CVmrt of t,nn connty. Oregon,
have hereunto set my band and affixed
seal ol snidt'ourt nl my olllec en Ibis lh day
.f iUlxlHA..,. JAMS f COWAy ,
; ctHiuty Cletk.
Milled K ISSC-VKlii,