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THE N"EW AGE, PORTLAINDi. OREGON.
THE ECONOMY GAS LAMP i8 tho best and most econom
ical light producer. No wick or smoked chimneys. A pure
white and absolutely steady incandescent light from ouo-sov
entli to ouo-thirtioth cost of all other lights. Own your own
gas plnnt. Hun your own meter. A completo gas plant within
tho amp, portable; hang it anywhere. Maximum light at
minimum cost. It is tho only gasoline lamp approved bv the
I'aciflo Hoard of Underwriters. Wo guarautco ovcrv lamp.
Full lino of mnntlcB, shades and chimnovs for gasoline- lamp
and gas. Mail orders filled when accompanied by money or
dor or draft.
Economy Gas Lamp Co.
tf 0 JUII tl, liflfc'
H. W. MANNING,
General Agent Oregon, Wellington, IlrltlMi
WEDDING, VISITING AND PROFESSIONAL CARD ENGRAVERS.
The Largest Plate Engraving House in the Northwest.
W. G. SMITH & CO., 22 and 23 Washington bld'g, PORTLAND, OR.
....BOTH EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN PLANS....
Corner Fourth nnd Coiieh Streets, Portland, Oregon.
It is Popular nnd Home-liko and Famed for Pquaro Dealing. Tablo Supplied
with tho Best. Single Meals 26V. Lodging 25 and GOc. Best Family Hotel in
tho City. 140 Rooms. All Outaidn nnd Well Lighted.
BOARD AND ROOM - - - $.O0 PER DAY.
Free Coach To and From tho House.
R. E. CASE .... PROPRIETOR.
Write for Catalojrue and Prices.
ALLEN & LEWIS
Shipping & Commission Merchants
To sayo time addrcii all Commuulcutlous to the Company.
Noi, 40 to M Front Htrnpt, North. 1'OltTI.ANn. OR.
LA GRANDE NATIONAL BANK
La Grande, Oregon.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS - - - - $72,000
THE PENDLETON SAVINGS BANK
Organlzod March I, 1880; Capital, $100,000.
Intoroat allowo I on tlmo deposits. Exchange bought and eold on all prin
cipal points. Special attention given to collections.
v. J. KnrniHli. pru.iiont; J. N. Teal, vice-president; T. J. Morris, cashier.
Tie Tl Gwnta: il Tut
Offers Proporty for anla nt such low pi ices, that it will
pay yon to purchase, nnd hold for an n ivniiuo.
Wo have- income-producing property for salo, which it will
pay you to bey for an investment.
Wo havo low-priced lots for tho homo-hulltlior. and if you
buy the ground we will loan you monoy at loweat rates with
which to build a houso.
SAFETY-DEPOSIT VAULTS, LOANS, ABSTRACTS, TITLE INSURANCE.
For further particulars see
The Title Guarantee and Trust Co.
WM, M. LADD. Pieaidont. Chamber of Commerce,
J. THORBURN ROSS, Sec'y and M'gr.
T. T. BURKHART, Ass't Secretaty.
128 Sixth St., PORTLAND, OREGOr
Columbia and Alaska. Tel. North Ml.
RUSSELL & CO.
n-, . .n
What Is a Corn? pnricini cji tt ciavu ciou,
or horny thiokenin of the kin. over a Joint in toe. with a central core
or -kernel". A ooro out in haUT would look very much like thie.
c-stct t rim.
r-Joiat 0 r
What PrOdUCeS aXom? PBESSUHE. Not nece.earlly
that the ehoe U tUht -but while apparently roomy, does, at eome poition
during walking, proee upon one epot; tho feeult ie a "COBN "
Having" a Corn, what bhall i do fom m-aw
now there is the question. Borne poplepare them, gottlng a little tempor
ary rolief. but etlmuiailng the corn to twice as rapid erowth - Well, here
U a clear and colorl83 fluid called
Willamette Corn Cure
IT Will n0C CCHJ ISD lMt H MTUMl . 3KtH IH ITS fUlCC
For feafc by Qg CeB ' Fr Sale by
allOruggfeCs "" .Bottte all Oruggisis
NEW NORTHWEST LODGE, NO.
8554, G. U. O of O. F. meets nt thoir
hnll northwost cornr of Second und
Yamhill streutB. Business meeting
first and third Tuesday of each month.
IIousu of instruction fourth Tuesday ot
each month. Ofllcers: H. Crawford,
P. N. F.i F. D. Thomas, N. P.; R.
Hill, P. K. G.; J. E. Watson, N. G .
845 Burnsldo street; Win. B. Koliin
son, V. G.;0. A. Rittor, P. S., 280
Wood street; L. C. Copoland, E. S.; P.
Jenkins, W. T.; 0. H. Gruy, chnp.
In the Circuit Court of tho Stnte ot Ore
Bon, for tho County of Multnomah
A. Debencdettl, Plaintiff, vs. A. Do
martini and P. Powers, Defendants.
By virtue of an execution, Judgment
order and decree, duly Issued out of and
undor the seal of tho above untitled court.
In the above entitled cause, to me duly
directed, and dated the lGth day of No
vember, 1S59, upon a Judgment rendered
and entered In said court on tho liith day
of November, ISW, In favor of A. Debenc
dettl, plaintiff, nnd against A. Dcmnrtlnl,
defendant, for the sum of $1,702.00, with In
terest thereon at the rate of 7 per cent
per annum from tho 15th day of Novem
ber, ISM), and the further sum of $100.00,
with Interest thereon nt tho rate of G per
cent per annum from the 15th day of
November, 1SP9, nnd the further sum ot
$15. CO costs and disbursements, and the
costs of and upon this writ, commanding
me to make salo of 'the following d
scribed real property, sltunto, lying and
being In Multnomah county, state of Ore
Commencing at a point which Is 17.10
chains north of the southeast corner of
tho land claim of Gideon Tlbbetts, In
township one (1) south, range one (1)
cant, iiud 7.10 chains west of said south
east corner: thence north 5.50 chains to
the northerly lino of tho seven and one
half (7'4) aero tract heretofore owned by
11. Gavolonlo nnd Carlo Savona, but
which was partitioned between them by
deed dated June 19, 1F93: thence south 07
degrees 5 minutes, east 7.70 chains, to tho
claim line; thence south tracing claim
line 2.50 chain: thence north 2.10 chains
along the line of snld seven and onc-hnlf
(71!;) aero tract to tho place of beginning,
containing three and one-half (3',4) acrcn.
Now. therefore, by virtue of said exe
cution, Judgment order nnd decree, nnd
In compliance with the commands of said
writ, I will on Tuesday, the 19th day or
December. fs, nt tho hour of 10 o'clock
A. M., at tho front door of tho county
courthouse. In tho city of Portland, said
county nnd stnto, sell nt public auction,
subject to redemption, to the hlghct bid
der for United States gold coin, cash In
hand, all the right, title and Interest
which tho within named defendants, or
either of them, had on the date of the
mnrtgago herein, the 2Sth day of October,
ISA.', or since had, In and to the abovo
described real property, or any part
thereof, to satisfy said execution, Judg
ment order, decree, Interest, costs and
all accruing costs.
Sheriff of Multnomah County. Oregon.
Dated nt Portland, Or., Nov. 10, 1?99.
' SIIKIIIFP'S ham:.
In tho circuit court of tho state of Oro-
koii for Multnomah county.
W. II. Ayer, lilulntllT. vh. Cortland D. Mc-
Cluro, Anna li McClure. Loulso I'art-
low, J. M. Partlow. I. L. Smith: tho
City Lumber Company, a corporation;
l'uge & Son. a corporation; II. J. Klsh-
cr, M. O. Thorsen and C. J.-Smith.
partners as Klsher, Thorsi-n Ai Co.;
UcorKo W. CollhiH and William K.
Uy virtue of an execution, decreo nnd
order of mile, duly iKHued out of and un
der tho fen I of tho uhovo untitled court
In tho above entitled cause, to mo duly
directed, and dated November lit, 1MI9, up
on a JudKinetit and decree rendered and
entered In wild court on November 2-1.
18W. In favor of W. U. Ayer. plaintiff,
ami nK-alnnt Coitland D. McClure and
Anna 15. McClure, two of Bald defend
ants, for tho Hum of $11,000, with IntoruHt
thereon at tho rate of S nor cent per an
num from February 23, 1S97, ami tlio fur
ther Hum of 1350, with IntereHt thereon at
tho rato of C per cent per annum from
November 23, 1M)!, nnd tho further Hum of
$27 costs and dlHburxementH und tho eoatu
of and upon this writ, coinmundlni,' mo
to mnko valo of tho following doncrlbed
rt-nl property, situated In tho county of
Multnomah, Htato of Oregon, to wit: All
of block numbered two hundred and
nlnoty-elKht (20S) In Hast Portland (now
within tho corporate Ilmlta of tho city
of Portland), bounded by Fourteenth,
Fifteenth, N and O HtreutH, according to
tho designation of wild Htrtx'tH In tho
mans of ICnst Portland, and being a tract
of land two hundred feet Hiiaru; tho Haiti
Fourteenth Btreot being now Kant Four
teenth street, and tho mild Fifteenth
street being now Kiist Fifteenth wtreot,
nnl tho gnld N streot being now ICaat
Morrison street, nnd tho said O street
being now Tielmont Htreet. together with
the tenements, hereditaments und nppur
tnncen thereunto belonging. Now, there
fore, by virtue of Hiieh execution, decreo
nnd order of sale, and lu compliance with
tho commnnds of said writ. I will, on
Thursday, tho 1th day of January, l&oo,
nt the hour of 10 o'clock A. M.. at the
front door of tho county courthouse In
tho city of Portland, county nnd stnto
aforesaid, sell at public auction, subject
to redemption, to tho highest bidder, for
I'nltrd States gold coin, cash In hand,
tho above described real property and all
tho right, tltlo and Interest which tho
abovo named defendants or any or either
of thorn had on January 22 1S92, tho dato
of tho mortgage herein, or since have had,
In and to the abovo descried real piop
erty or any part thereof, to satisfy said
execution, decreo nnd ordor of siile, In
terest. cost nnd accruing costs.
Dated Portland. Or.. Dec, 1, 1MW.
Sheriff of Multnomah County, Oregon.
ADVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY
Notice in "Inventive Age"
Boole "Uow to obtain 1'atcnta"
Chargei moderate. No fee till patent is secured.
L betters strictly confidential. Address.
f E. O. SIGGERS, Patent Law)tr. Waihlngton, D.C.
wuiiunu txpjt cupi
S. Chnse, President. J. T. tlove, Mnnngcr
l'rjonc lted 1691.
Montana Metallurgical Works.
SAMl'UNO, ASSAYING, AN'D VO"KINO
TKS'18 OF OKKS OF ALL KINDS.
SirtHll lot of Midi grade ores bought.
Cold nnd sllvor twined or bought.
Machinery for Mtinillng, etc. Special facili
ties (or inciting, running and lefts.
(Minrgn: Orc, nlloy, etc.
field ILVoSIUcn I -'.:)
Stiver l.iV' Manpanciu flee
Hold and Silver W lin fi.00
Lead l.W Ci.halt 10.00
Copper I..W Nickel MM
Zlne -. 2.1-u Mercury fi.00
Iron 1.50 Arsenic ft.tti
Lime 3.1m xiilphur 3.00
Itetortlng Amalgam l.'o Magnesia :uh)
Platinum 5.00 lhoplinnt 5.00
ltlsmuth v 500 Antimony 5.0J
References on application.
92 First Street l'OUTLANl), OllKOON
TTKI111KUT A. HALF.
Mt. Hood. Columbia Hlvcr and Northwest
Portraits, Water Colors, Crayons, lor the
Klectrlu Light and Ilromide F.ulargcmcnts.
132) jThlrd Street, Comer Abler.
. . Pianos
Easy Payments if Desired
Old Instruments Taken in Trade,
131 Sixth Street
Telephone Main 421
AT ANY PRICE almost you wishi
too the quality of every hat.
BUFFUM & PEINDUETOIN W
Nolo Accnts for Knox nnd U'urburtuu Huts.
Third und Htark Hti'outH, Opininlto Cliuiiilmr of Comiiinroo.
DRINK THE FAMOUS.
FOR SALE AT ALL THE PRINCIPAL SALOONS
BREWERY AND OFFICE, " igtRSlM&XSrtt? 8,
PORTLAND IRON WORKS
MftniiarttirFr n( Marlnit and KtHtlmiHrv Kiil'Iiil'H nnd Holler'. Saw Mill. I'ldlirlntr Mill und
hit M.ohlnerv. tilinftlnir. IIhiil'lt. l'lilluv. huroclftii Mini (ii'itrlliK. 1'nClrlo I'onkt Auentr
w. 1' Allit Co.'s flour Mill MBfhliiory. KiirekuOniln CUa ii.dk MHClmivry, iti.il Ui-nuliu
ar lioltliiK Cloth. All kind oi hi:cliil Iron UorW nnd liullux tnmlu to order. ltvalr
V doiiu proinptly. flour Mill KolU ru-Kround and rvcorruh'xttd.
Ulrica Mild tVorkti Cor. f ourteoiilli ttud .Nillirui HI,, rortlitnd, Or.
Portland Book and Stationery Com
pany will buy, sell or uxuIiiiuko all
kinds of dcsiraltlu liooke; now and sco
ond-liand school hooks at tcduccd
priooc. 2011 la Morrison sttout, butwoen
Flout and First.
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flem liife and Strength,
flew Business Capacity,
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1TY. Dr. Suntluii's wonderful body
battery, in form of a bolt, is tho easiest
and most seientillo way of applying
this life giving element, and does tho
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IMonso call and jjot references, or send
for mv illustiuled pocket edition,
"T1IHKK CLASSICS OK JIKN." It
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for men. Freo bv mail or at ollico.
DR. A.T. SANDEN
Rutiel Building, Cor. Fourth and Monlson Streets
Ollico Hoars; U ton: .Sunday, 10 10 I.
lCliti'iiiifiMin I'ouitli St., Hi'coiid I'lonr
In the circuit court of the nlatp of Oro
Kon, for the county of Mtdtuoniah. K. II.
Watson and II. II. ltccktnaii, iiaitncis do
liiK IuihIiichs as Watson . llcclouan, plain
tlrTs, vs. tho Larch Mountain Investment
Hy virtue of an atiacluncnt, execution
and order of sale duly IxhiumI out of ami un
der the seal of the alwvo-onlllcd court, In
the aliove-entltled cause, to 1110 duly di
rected, and dated the 7lh day of Pecetnla r,
lS'.i'.t, upon a JudKiueut rendered and euteied
lu said court on the Ith day of December,
ISM), In favor of 1C. II. Watsou and II. II.
lleelunan, partners dohiK hnslnesx as Wat
sou & llcclouan, plaintiffs, and against tho
Lurch Mountain Investment Company, de
fendant, for tho Hum of L'7i)l,r,:i, with In
terest thereon at the rato of (I per cent
per annum front the Ith day or December,
1SW, and the further sum of I'Jl.TR. cosiS
and disbursements, and the costs ot and
upon this writ, commandliiK me to make
salo of the followliiK-dcHcrlhcil rtM) ju-op-erty,
Tho west 14 of tho west 4 of section 10,
townnhlp one (I) north of raiiKc six (C)
east of the Willamette meridian, hi Mult
nomah county, Htato of Ori'Kon, contalidtiK
Also tho east '. of tho west ',s of section
30, tuwushlp one (1) north of rniiKo six (ii)
east of the Willamette meridian, In Mult
nomah county, state of OrcKon, conliilulni;
Altw east '4 of the west Vi of section 31,
township one (1) ninth of range six oi)
east of the Willamette mer'dlau, In Mult
nomah county, Htato of Oregon, coatalnlm;
Also cant 'i of section .It, township one (1)
north of ratmo six (fi) east of (ho Wil
lamette meridian, In Multnomah county,
state of Oregon, containing Zi-'ti acres.
Also the east ',4 of the went ',4 of section
3L. township one (I) north of ioiiko t-lx
(i') east of tho Wlllametto meridian, In
Multnomah county, state of Oregon, con
taining 100 acres.
wMso 1 ho HOiith ',4 of the north 14 of sec
tion ITi, township one (I) north of raiiKc
llvo (fi) east of tho Wlllametlo meildlau, lu
Multnomah county, Htato of Oickoii, con
talulllK H'0 acies.
Now, therefore, by vlituo of said exe
cution and older of pale, and lu compliance
with tho commaiulH of said writ, I will on
Monday, tho I.Mh day of January, 1 '.".
at tho hour of 10 o'clock A. M., at the
front iloor of tho county courthouse, lu tho
city of Portland, said canity and state, sell
'it public auction. Hiibjcct to redemption,
t.i tin, hlKheht bidder, for Culled Hut'ts
cold coin, canh lu hand, all the rlKht, title
and Interent which tho wlthln-uamed de
fendant had on the date of the attachment
herein, November 10, K'.. or since had, in
and to the above-described real prupiily,
or any pint thereof, to satlHfy Hiild ex
ecution, order of sale, Interest, c. sts and
all accruhiK cosIh.
Dated I'oitliiifl. Or.. December II. IM'9.
Sheriff of Multnomah County, Or.
This life is not all suushino,
Nor is it yet all showers;
Hut storms and calms alternato,
As thorns ninoiin tho flowers.
And while wo seel; the roses,
The thorns full oft wo scan,
Still let us, tho' they wound us,
He happy as wo can.
Head The Now Afjo if you want tho
Mrs. M. Kingshury is improving
Mrs. Lucy llraxton has been confined
to her bed for tho past week.
Mr. Henjamin Gales has accepted a
position in tho railway employ as pot
ter. Mrs. Lucy Lejttcne is undor tho phy
sician's care, hut not confined to her
Mr. Jus. llomans, lately of llonne
ville, is visiting friends in tho city for
a short time.
Tho many friends of Mr. William
Washinuton will ho pleased to learn
that lie is convalescent again.
Tho apron social civen at tho llothel
church on Friday evening was largely
attended, and tho cotmuittco in charge
are to bo congratulated in their success.
Mrs. Clara Collins has loft tho city
for Fort Smith, Ark. ltumor has it
that somu one there has prepared 11
homo and induced iter to cast her lot
Considerable interest is centered in
tho conference ot tho 'A. M. H. Zion
church which is to be held in this city
early next year. Tho dato has not yet
li ion definitely set.
Tho colored man who lives up
rightly, deals honestly, works industri
ously and attends to his own business,
will command tho respect and good
will of all people whoso good opinion
is to bo prized. Kx.
The choir of tho Zion church is prac,
tislng faithfully for a concert to bo
given in tho near future for tho benollt
of tho church. In advance wo predict
a large attendance, as their ability is
so well known that it need no further
Mr. Holds sutlercd quite 11 finan
cial loss on last Tuesday morning, tho
gasoline stove in his restaurant explod
ing and setting lire to tho building.
All the contents were consumed, and
Mr. Holds was severely burned. As ho
had no insurance, tho Iosh falls heavily
on him. Ho hud only recently opened
up, and had invested all his ready cap
ital in tho business.
Tho A. M. K. Zlon church was in
corporated in 1801, and tho A. M. K.
in 1807, according to Bishop Walters,
but the first general convention of tint
latter church having been held in 1810,
llvo years prior to the general organiza
tion of tho Ziou, it is tlio oldest body.
The A. M. K. is admitted to bo tho
stronger numerically, and raises more
money, as their per capita assessment
is .f I, while that of -ion is but (VO
cents. These facts weto all estab
lished in a recent interesting discus
sion between the Christian Recorder
and the Star of Zion.
Mrs. Lucy Thurmau, who him re
cently completed a coitrMiof IccturoH in
this city, is 11 living pnof that tho Ne
gro if given equal opportunities, can
hold his own with any and all. And
the manner in which she was received
by our white friends ought to lonvinco
all our people that worth is appreciated
by all well-thinking people, whether
under a white or black skin. Shu
feels that she bus a inin-ion to perform
and puts herself heart and soul into it.
This inspiration is sure to bring suc
cess. bile bt'ie ibo was the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. H. It. Carle and was
tendered several icceptions by tho cit
izens. The funeral of Mr. Itiifus Waterfoid,
who died in San I'lnneisco Saturday
owning, t ok plate fn 111 the icMdimo
of his mother, Mis. William Waterfoid
mi 'J hurt-day at li I'. M. It was largely
attended. An iiiipicssivo M'lvico wiih
conducted ly ltev. A. Anderson, of tho
A. M K. -ion church. .Mr. Waterfoid
was one of thoi-o, who, being natutally
modest and letiring, did not iiiiiko 11
huge circle of friends, but those who
did know him appreciated bis good
qualities and will truly miss him. At
the time of his death he was a nuinl er
of tlio trustee leaid of the A. M. K.
Zion church. Ho had been in delicate
iical t It for some time past and had gone
to California in hopes of legaiuing his
health. He was 1 1'vears of ago.
At Cordray's next week, tho icalis-
tie and touching ineli diiiina, "Human
Hearts," written by Hal Itoid, will bo
nusented with a stn nu cast and elab
orate scenery. Its pathos is aileutiug,
its mirth iriesistiblo ami its dramatiu
situations strong and stirring. It is
presented with gieat realinn, both 111
its setting ami in the action, which re
veals, with marked clcaiucfs and force,
its very strong plot.
Tho Moore-Roberts' Comuanv will
close their long and successful engage
ment in this city Saturday evening,
when "Hans the Hoatiiiau," will lu
ghon. The bill will be the muio for
the matinee Saturday afternoon.
Creamery and bakery. Country but
ter and fresh eggs a specialty; ulfco
creamery buttei, Mrs. II. Roydston,
proprietor, corner Second and Columbia
stieuts, Portland, Or.
The Comfort, Ml Sixth stieet, bet.
MorrUon and Abler, Fine wines,
liquoiH and cigars. A fieuh, cool glass
of beer always on draught.