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THE NEW AGE, PORTIiAND. OTt EGOIST.
The New Age.
A. I). GKIFPIN, Manager.
OPPIl'IS "504 MOItUIHOtt MTItKKT
Orritmi Telr-plinnn Ouk 001.
Entered at the I'nttnfllce at 1'ortUml, Oregon,
m iccond cIbi malter.
One Yenr, I'h itlilft In Atlvnnco 99.00
WILLIAM MoKlNLEY, of Ohio
THEODORE ROOSEVELT, of N. Y.
For Presidential Electors
TILMON FORD, or Marlon,
J. C. FULLERTON, of Douglas,
W. J. FURNISH, of Umatilla,
0. F. PAXTON, of Multnomah.
TIIK AKIION IHOT.
Mob law ami ruu.iii; violence are not
confined to the South. There hart never
livou a more vlolotm and violent mob
than that which gathered together
at Akron, O., Idllinu hovornl in
nouent people, wounding many othfif,
plunderiiiK Htoron, and destroying piop
rly. It won alleged that a Negro had
committed a crime, or attempted to
commit one on a female child, and thin
wan Hiillh'ieut to net the mob wild.
One couldn't havo behaved mom madly
in Mississippi or Tuxiih.
Coming in the wake of the New Or
leans anil New Voik riotN, there is a
deeper Hlgnllleaneo in this event than
the inero oxhlhltiou of revengeful foice
ugainnt a chihl'ri assaulter. If thane.
ciimmI mini had not been a Negro, would
there have been a liiglug, iii"ane,
crlmiiial mobV If thu culprit had been
a white man, would not the law have
been allowed to take its couincV
Notice; the Now Orleans riot watt
precipitated because u Negro ha I
killed a popular ollher. A ftiw daya
later a riot bioke out and ran wild in
the heart of the gie.it city of Now York
In muiiu roHpoetH thu bcNt-governed
city In tlio world not because r.n
olTonpo luiil been couiuiitted, but be
cause the oiloiiitor was a mini with a
black skin. If a Tammany man had
done the hiiiiio thing, he might have
been lined, but nothing mole would
have happened, ami the world would
never have heard of it.
Now, in a city in the hunt of the
good Itopublleau and Christian Mule
Ohio, thai him furnished t-ociul
presidents and has 100,001) men in
) tliee, and most of them lit, in their
own estimation, for president, a riot
breaks out that would dUgiuro Inuth
eudom ami put a hlnh on the cheek
of the Dm I, Ages. It evidently isn't
mi inui'h against theeiime us against
thu color. A Negro is the culprit; lie
must be loin asuudei, and burned at
the Htake. If it hud been an Akron
deacon, the same people would have
only nodded, and winked, ami rolled
a sweet morsel under their tongues,
After all, the most imMiitaiit
"issue" before the world, an especial"
Iv the American people, is; Is not our
boasted civilization a fraud and a pie
tonc In the .South the white race has
oerriddeu ami delled our national
(-institution, and will not allow the
(lack man to vote, although the llf
teeuth amendment to the constitution
was especially (rained and p.ihsed to
Vivo him the privilege to vote. There
it 'tands before the world, wrought out
in tlood, a glaring, lluiuiug fraud and
Me And we pretend to lead the world
in MvilUation and justice!
Then, in New Orleans, and other
placid in the South, and in New York
iiil Ohio, a lelgn of tenor eiisiiei Is-
uiise a black man commits or is ae
i used of coiniiiliilug a crime. What
happened in Akron is liable to happen
in any city in the United Mutes.
And siinpOMV the Negio is wioiisjful
l unused? It makes no dltlcieiieo,
mi h ii mob us that at Akron doesn't
Mop to consider facts or evidence; it
simply works iwelf up to a white-heat,
and bursts out into a llaiue, because
Hie licensed has a black skin.
Are we to have a race war in ininia
t ore in the cities of this country? It
beglnc to look like it. Kveiiiug Telegram.
Tlio A fro-American council, which
met in nxtraordinary son-don at Iudiun
tiK)lf h on WcdneMluy evening) became a
Kenulno cougruHH of dobato ami dlplo
maey. It in designed to bo non-parti-win
uud is therefore comiioHodof adhor
entH of all parties When it wan moved
to have that body ondorpo Me Kin ley
iitid Itoo.uvult, u Htorm of oppoHition
Hittherod, which, for a time, threatened
to dieorpmizo the iiiiMjeiutioii. The
motion wax ultimately defeated, but
the lljtbt it oceaHioned jjiently weak
ened the strength of tlio council an a
Tliis is an unusual national contest.
Never boforo wore such defections from
lsjth of tlio leading parties noted,
i'roiuiiicnt men aro leaving thu Ilryan
party all over the country, many of
them announcing their purpose never
to return to Democracy. Influential
politicians ate quitting tlio Republi
can parly, but not in Mich numbers as
those who arc abandoning thu llryau
.Stevenson combination. An a mattci
of fact, there will be much doubt as to
tho outcomo until the votes shall havo
Matters political have begun to as
sume an interesting phase in thu na
tional campaign in Oregon. Thu Pop
ulists are probably more active and ag
gressive than any other faction. Their
leaders express confidence of llryan's
success In Ills state, while the Repub
lican national committee is so certain
of Oregon's electoral vote that it is
giving thu Wohfoot statu only "Inci
The situation in China grows moru
serious fiopi day to day. There Is lit
tle doubt that tho "allied" govern
uionts have ample cause for declaring
war against the imperial government
of Li Hung Chang and whipping it
Into a decent sense of its duty toward
tho great world-powers. It now seems
piobable that this will bo done, as the
only speedy means of bringing order
out of chaos in that empire.
Disgusted, sick ami beroft of their
last penny, inaiiy people aro returning
from Nome, vvheiu they hurried away
a short time ago, ambitious to reach
the fortunes which tho new gold tields
seemed to promise them. It was a
bad and foolish adventure and thous
ands of men and women tiro now sorry
that they yielded to such an excite
ment all they hud In tho world.
Hon. ,1. T. Itonald, of Seattle, of
whhh city he was once mayor, and F.
('. Itobertsou, a pioiiiluent citizen of
Spoakue, have been nominated by the
llogers paity in Washington for con
gress, lluuald is a good and able man,
hut he is lex a politician than ltnlicrt
son, who is a brilliant campaigner.
I'ushmau and Jones, however, will he
re-elected by the Republicans.
(invernor John It. llogers, of Wash
ington, has been louomiuutcil for thu
gubernitorlul phico hu now-holds; hut
ho will go before thu voters of the
state, this time, much weakened by
thu fautioii'il lights among thu elements
that Dually fused to nominated him.
Ho bus inaile a tairly good executive,
but hu will not be ui-eleeted.
Thugs and pickpockets aie in town
in considerable number. They are
coming from .Seattle, San Francisco,
Denver ami other places and aro "pro-
'fessiouals." If jou havo anything
worth piotectlng, keep your eye unit
dining fair week.
Oregon grain fields, Oroiron mines,
Oiegou fruits, Oiegon foiests, Oregon
fisheries, Oregon cattle, hoises and
sheep to make Oregon great. Tho re
void of U00 will maku it greater still.
TWENTY PER GENT
ON YOUR INVESTMENT
li Minn i nettle ta slum- tit llu Helena Mln
tut! i'.iiiu'i'i. hi ir.-tai niitrkfl irlii-. i i
itritiin, ,ij iniiln
Tins mine la tiiu of the rti'lioM la tlio Krenl
Unlit lain Pi. ult I.
Il lias mi (Hit: ItKsKUVK OK U),' W liltivkul
tun remlr (or cMrnuileu.
Nt Uiplii lin lioi-ti tltino la say tit ukiUiu'soI
ltitirexrl), et lromiUoltimiit nltiollit
mini' lets ihi lUtiwn u- (rum l lie tout, sail
i- in eiv.i at iimMiiK renter nut itliuiiini
ili.iiiniit miii-r imiiti la the rloli llnlitinlit
II Ki K V MIVI.VU t'OMI'.VNY NO. -' U u t'
H'litiiill ot llio llulviiH, uutl lirts 8,tul left n(
Uiii"Uoliiet" le.lce, tlio tela iiintlvruf tlilt-li
l MciiiU-itl mtlittt Ih'Iiik om-miuttfretl In ilie
rliiii. wtirkltik-s el llio Helen. i'uairiiei
Iihi lwo.ii let fur nil tittilltleiiHl livieel of
Wo I olloto tlil ttt-k will lie h illileia.Mer
ultlilu tiM'lvo niiuillis, Itittliiif tur JutlKiat'iit
ui'tin llio sfliitit dlinwliii: n( llio eruiHTly,
wlittli Is tsiiiHl ta tlmi on llio lleleim with n
t-orroioiitiii Minuiiut o( itouloinit-nt,
II KI.KN.V NO. t U oIIIiik nrmiiiil H ot-uU
Wrllotir cull uu u (or tieUlleU infornnttloa.
EXTENSIVE ORE BODY.
Fly tin Group of Olrtlin Near Wallace to
llo Wurkeil iikuIii.
Wallace, Idaho, August 37. Tho
Flynn group of claims nro to bo worked
nt onco Tho Flynn group consists of
'!! claims, located in 1887 by tho Flynn
brothers. The claims are all on the hit;
lend, which is clearly defined from the
Iteiona-Frisco initio on tho Canvun
:rook side to the Morning mine, and
have a continuous
miles in length.
load of ovor two
Fourteou of tho
claims have been tmtontod for several ' freo milling quartz, now being worked
years and the other eight aro to bo pat- at Atllu. The mountain is oight mllos
ented this fall, and aftoi tho survey bus, from Atlin, and not far from discovery
been mado Montana parties of unlimited ,on I'iuo crook. The quartz is being
capital will take the entire property ou taken to the stamp inilU of Lord Ham
a bond and at once commouca system- ilton and crushed. It yields fiom $20
utlc development upon it. to $00 u ton. Tho Anaconda, property
In tho minds of mining men there is not now bolng worked, and tho mills
has uover oxistod much doubt as to tho which were sot up thoro aro ongugod in
Flynn group. It could hardly bo pos-' doing custom work of tho Monroe
ilhlo that a break would occur in the mountain ore. -'
mineral lead on which thu claims uru A tullurido proposition is boing
located, and at olthor end of which opened a quarter of a mile from Atlin
iiich bonanza oro bodies as tho Helena-1 which promised well. It has a six
Frisco and the Morning mines havo foot vein.
opened. Tho Fljnn group has two1 Tho nlckol property nt tho south end
milov of this samo load, between those of Atlin lako is u very oxteus'lve body,
two big produce, and surely covers' The peicentugo of nickel curried has
ouo of tho greatest uud most extensive not been ascertained. Tlio statement
ore bodies in tho Northwest. I that it was -10 per cotit is not truo.
A lot of woik has. been done on tho No nickel iuus that blah.
property In the year siuuo the claims
have beoti located, but being a deep
mine proposition, tho owners havo been
unable to develop it into a producer.
Last year u tuuuel was run to tap tho
lead below the mounter iron capping of
the summit. This iron knoll is an
olevation of fully 5,000 feet and covers
an era almost us largo hs Wallace.
Altogether over 0,000 foot of tunnel has
been run on thu various claims, uud
thu mineralization lias born good in nil
of it. Nono of this tunnel worked was
Hufllcioutly extensive, however, to ex
plore tho oro bodies. On thu Iron-Silver
claim the lead was tapped with a
tunnel of 104 feet. Thu faco of thu
tunnel was quito freely mineralized for
a greater part of the distance. From
tho point where the tuuuel cut tho load
a drift of 110 feet was run, air show
ing considerable ore. Thu lodgo is
about !I0 feet wide, and thu walls are
lit place and solid.
A tunnel from the Canyon creel; sldo
In thu vicinity of the Frisco would cut
the lead on the Flynn group nt n depth
of nearly .'1,000 feet, and it has long
boon contended by practical mining
men that this Is thu most advantageous
point from which to open up tlio prop
erty. LOOKING FOR IDAHO COAL.
Would lie n lllK TIiIiik fortheltitllroit.il
mill for I.HwIntuu.
Tho discovery of immouse coal de
posits near Lowistou Idaho, will It is
bellovod, havo great iufluouce iu" the fa
turo railroad construction in that sou
tiou. Tlio deposits aro locatod about
111 miles from tho mouth of tho Grand
Kuudu river, uud if tho results of de
velopment meet tho elaborate indica
tions, they promise to exert n matorinl
Inlluouue on tho railroad situation in
thu Snake river couutxy, says tho Lew
is ton Tiibune. Tho O. It. & N. Co.,
It is said, is anxiously investigating
coal prospiocts in tho basins of tho Co
lumbia and Snako rivors with the hope
of providing nutl adequato supply of
coal for its system and if such li tho
ciibo the discovery of n good quality
iu Kuillciout quantity on thu Cram!
Itonde would bu a most welcome devel
opment to that road.
OREGON" COAL FIELDS.
The (leologleitl Surrey I'liblUhet u I.iito
ltitirt on Tlimu.
Washington, August 27. Tho coal
fields of Oregon are thus suiumariztid
by the latest report of tho geological
Thu coal fields of Oregon, so ftr as
yet known, all lie west of tlio Cascade
range and uurth of ltouu river. Most
of thuui are among tho mountains gen
erally known in Oregon as the Coast
lunge, but others occur nt the western
foot of the Cascade range. Four fields
will bo noticed tho upper Nohaloin
coal field, iu Columbia county; the
lower Nehalem coal tields, iu Clatsop
county; the Yaqutna coal fields, in
Lincoln county and thu Coos Hay coal
Ileitis, iu Coos county. Traces of coal
have boon food Iu many other parts of
tho Matt;. The gieatost hindrance to
the development of tho Oregon coal
fields is thu lack of transportation.
Work I'locrto'liii; tin Hit Khiilterloy,
The tunnel on thu Klmberluy, iu the
Kamloops, 11, C, district, is iu :)27 feet.
Last week a vein was stiucl; on tho top
of the tunnel, at a pitch of 45 dcgrce-i.
Hunches ol very good ore h7o been
encountered, of ohalcopyrites and black
oxidesi The present vein matter U
very much decomposed, but so far con
siderably exceeds in value anything
hitherto taken from the tunnel. This
tlnUhes tlio contract for tho 100 feet ot
Mi I ving. Work is still iu progrew,
nud will be prosecuted steadily.
Kouil to llluw ItUur Mine.
Crows of men uud teams have
from Bnivvnsvllle, Oiegou, to build the.
waiion road from that place to tha
Blue river mine. Belays of men will
lie at work until tho road U completed
to tho mountains.
Capper In Union INuniljr
The copper fields iu the eastern prt
of Union county, Onon, ate likely to
become valuable properly. Property ,
btMng worked hv the North Aiiieriuiu
Miuiug C ouipauv shows ore bearing
gray copper in good quantities. Be-
ports say that u great body of copper
or arwtrt in till nooHon. I
ore exists iu this section.
Thirty Thousand a Month,
The Greenback miue, iu Josephino
couutv, Oregon, pays its owuors
000 u mouth iu dlvideudi,
QUARTZ IN ALASKA.
Atlln District Clnlnit !,( of tile Free-'
Seattle, August 27. Ii. C. Diers. of
Skagway, says that an nvorngo of 20
tilings ou quartz aro made in tlio Atllu
recorder's ofllco daily. Tho general
successs in placor mining and quurt
locations in tho camp this souson, tho
teollug prevails in Atlln that tho future
of thu district us a good pormauont prv
, ducer Is assured.
i Moiiroo mountain is nroduclntr rich
LOOKING TO RED MOUNTAIN
Oold-Stutl.led Hock Obtained .In Gold
Seattle, August 27 Good tidings ot
tho rapid ndvnnco of mining operations
in tho Mount linker gold fields wore
taken to Whatcom by II. G. Anderson,
who arrived from Hod Mountain, via
Chilliwack nud Vancouver, IL C. Mr.
Anderson was one of tho discovorors of
the Audersou-Schrlmslior gold ledgo'ou
Hod mountain. In tho lllsdo ho says
tho prospects of tho loading lodges in
that distriet aro most encouraging, and
owners nro pushing development work
rapidly. Work ou the Font-Lambert
ledges has been suspended for a few
days, nwaitiug tho arrival of onginos
and funs with which to dilvo away the
smoke which arises from constant blast
ing iu tho tunnel. All miners who
havo visited tho property say that it U
Tho Gold ilitsln ledgu on Itod moun
tain, iu which Charles D. Lnuo, of Sau
Francisco, and .T. O. Cailislo are inter
ested, is said to bo a voritublo bomuiza
to ttio uwnors. Mr. Anderson met Mr.
Carlisle at Chilliwack and that goutle
man told him that assays made from
oro taken from thu Gold Uasin lodgp
run us high us .!10,000 per ton. The
gold can bo soon with the naked eye
uud stands out in beads ou tho quartz.
It is similar to tho quarts found iu the
Louo Juok ledge, ownod by English A
It appears that the location of thu
international boundary lino is in ques
tion, and fears aro eutort.vluod thai
itod mountain and other mountains in
that vicinity may possibly bo iu Brit
ish Columbia. According to Hold notos
of Provincial Surveyor Dean, the lino
is supposed to cross at Hox canyon at
tho confluence of East ami Wost Bilicia
creeks. Ovuots of clulins at Red
mountain have takou out mining
licenses in British Columbia and nro
also makiug filings nt Now Westmin
ster in onler to hold thoir claims in
case they find that thoir claims lio iu
The Itod Mountain Gold Mining
Company has a largo forco of meu nt
work driving a tunnel in to tup its
ledges. Cabins are being built for
ENOUGH ORE FOR TEN YEARS.
The llonto OrUto Coiiipniiy rflll Soon
Kllljiloy Mora Men.
Monte Cristo, Wash,, August 27.
Tho Monte Critso Miuiug Compauy has
about 00 meu ou tho pay roll. Tho
concentrator is using only ono side of
tho mill, handling 70 tout, every S4
hours. Some ropuiis nro bolug mndo
ami when douo tho mill will run its
full capacity of 300 tons per day. Tho
dynamo will start up iu n few days,
thou tho Burleigh drills will bo nt
work. As soon us a iniso is finished,
so there will bo inoro air nud room, tho
forco will bo iuurensod to 300 or 250
mon. It is claimod that tho Monte
Criusto Miuiug Company has euough
oro iu sight to keep tho niluos working
for 10 years. A survoyiug party is nt
work ou u lluo to bring more water to
The following is a partial list of the
dividend-paying mines of Ilritish'Co
lumbiu: Camp McKiuloy paid up to
June, 1899, .fai2,004; the Feru, up to
June. 893, 110,000; the Hall Mines,
Limited, Mp to May, 1899, $130,000;
thu Idaho, up to January, 1809, $392,-
000; tho Last Chance, up to April,
1S99. $15,000; tho Lo ItoL up to No-
fvoniber, 1899, $1,303,000; the Queen
Boss, up to July, 1899, $35,000; tho
Itambler-Carlboo, up to December,
1890, $00,000; tho lteco, up to JmiU'
nry, 1898, $097,500, tho War Eagle
Consolidated, up to February, 1000,
$545,350; tho Ymir, up to November,
Untiling to llHWtiin,
Navigation on tho Yukou rivet closet
early in October and there is a rush
of treight to tho Dawsou country.
Uu-rU strlk. x,wr 8,rolt.
Four rU oUluS hava bwa ,ocatet,
,1B. rwro.it. Oreeon. durln.. tba vrk.
A tho hUh ttnJ M huuteU ,or ,0C.
Douglas couuty, Oregon, claims the
$30,-.oldet luiuer, William Kerr, who is 09
and works every day.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed, executor of. tho estate of Fran
cis Weiss, deceased, has fllod his final
account iu tho matter of said ostato in
tho county court of tho stnto af Oregon,
for Multnomah county, and an ordor
has been made and entered of record
directing this uotlco to bo given uud
published, uud limning Monday, tho
24th day of September, 11)00, nt 10
o'clock iu tho forenoon thoroof for the
hoarlug of objections to said final ac
count and for tho final settlement
thereof. C. iHUOIIF.H,
Executor of the state of Francis Weiss,
To all whom it may concern: No
tice is hereby given that I havo been
appointed by tho honorable county
court of the stato of Oregon, for tho
county of Multnomah, administrator do
bonus non cum tcstamento unnexo of
the estate of Oliver Van Duzor, deceas
ed, and all persons hnviug claims
against said estate nro hereby required
to prosout tho some with proper vouch
ers, within six months from this date,
to mo, at my olllce, No. 545 Worcester
block, I'ortlaud, Oregon.
DAVID M. DUNNE,
Dated at I'ortlaud, Oregon, July 0,
In tho Circuit Court of the stato of
Oregon, for tho County of Multnomah
James It. Couroy, pluiutitT, vs. Liz
rie County, defendant.
To the above named defendant, Liz
In the naino of tho stnto of Oregon,
you nro hereby required to nppeur uud
answer tlio complaint filed against you
in the above entitled suit ou or boforo
tho expiration of six weeks from the
ditto of thu first publication hereof, bo
ing the time prescribed iu tho order of
publlcnton of tho rummous; nud if you
fnil to so appear and answer said com
plaint, tho plaintiff will applv to tho
above entitled court for the relief there
in piuyod for to-wit: A decree of di
vorce from bonds of matrimony now
existing between you nud tho palntifT
nud that said bonds bo absolutely and
This summons is publshed by order
of tlio above entitled com t, mado and
entered this Oth day of July, lltllO, and
thu date of thu first publication is July
7th, 11)00, and said publication is to
bo inndo for six successive weeks from
I5U.SSKLL E. SEWALL,
Attorney lor Plnintiu.
Dated I'ortlaud, Oregon, July 0,
. . .
Iu tho circuit court ot tlie stato ot
Oregon, for the couuty of Multnomah.
Sylvoster Peunoyor, pluiutitT, vs. V.
W. Spnulding, II. L. Spaulding, Colum
bia Biver Paper Co., (n corporation),
J. A. Strowhrldgo, Trustee, Thos. II.
Tongue, Southwest Portluud Itenl Es
tate Company, a corporation, German
Savings & Loan Socioty, u corporation,
A. Bissinger,' dofeudnuts.
By virtuo of un oxooiition, judgmont
order and decroe duly issued out of nud
under the seal of the abovo entitled
court, iu tho abovo entitled cause, to
mo duly dirocted nud dated tho 13th
day of July, 1000, upon u judgment
rendered mid entered iu said couit on
tho Oth day of July, 1900, iu favor of
Sylvester Pennoyer, plulntliT, mid
sgnlust W. W. Spuuldiug, defoudnnt,
for the sum of $1200.00, with interest
thereon at tho rate ot 1 per cent per
mouth fiom tho 0th day of July, 1000,
aud tho further sum of $100.00 with
interest thereon nt tho rato of 0 per
ceut por nuuum from tho 0th day of
July, 1000, uud tho further sum of
$3525 costs and disbursements; nud
iu favor of defendant, A. Bissinger,
und against W. W. Spauldlug, defend
ant, fur the sum of $3,321.60 with in
terest thereon at the ruto of 8 per ceut
per uiiuum from tho 30th duy of Janu
ary, 1892, und tho further sum of
$'ii:i.5!l with interest thereon at the
rate of 0 per cont per annum from the
Oth day of July, 1900, uud also the
costs of nud upon this writ, commnu-
lug me to make sale of tho following
described real propeity situated iu the
couuty of Multnomah, state of Oregon,
aud teeoidcd iu Book "L," Hoconl of
Mortgages nt page 238 for said county,
to-wit: One tract of hind iu seotiou
fifteen (16) township 1 S., It. 1 E iu
laid Mttltu'iiuuh couuty. More purtiu
ubirlv bounded nud described ns fol
lows, to-wit: Commencing nt a stake
Pu the east side of McAdamised road at
the northwest comer of a four (4) acre
tract of laud by James Terwilliuger
nd wife couveyed to Gooduough unr
Clark aud running thence south 24 de
grees west 3.34 chains along said mad.
Thence south 31t-j degrees east 0.05
ohaius to tho Willamette river, thence
north 25 degrees east 4.25 chains aloug
mid river bank; thence north 88 j de
grees west 7.14 chnlus to tho pluco of
beginning, containing 2.35 acres of
laud. All above laud belug situate
mil lying in said Multnomah couuty
mil state of Oregon.
Now, therefore, by virtuo of said ex
X'titiou, judgment order aud decree and
In compliance with Jthe commands of
laid writ, 1 will ou Monday, the 30th
dav of August, 1900, ut the hour of 10
r'eloek, A. M., nt the front door of the
county court house, iu the city of Port
laud, said county aud state, sell nt pub-'
lio auction, subject to redemption, to
the highest bidder, for U. S. gold
:oiu, cash iu baud, all the right, title
tnd Intel est which the within named
iofendants or either of them, had ou
the date of the mortgage herein, the
ISth day of December, 1875, or since
had, iu uud to the above described real
property, or any part thereof, to satisfy
said execution, judgment order, decree,
interest, costs und all u ecru lug covts.
Dated Portlnnd, Oregon, July 20,
1900. WILLIAM FltAZIER,
Sheriff of MultuouiU County, Orecon.
la the Circuit Court of the State
Oregon, for the Couyty of Multnomah.
John Poole, Plaintiff, vs. John Ken
worthy and Mary L. Kenworthy, kit
wife, and G. II. Chanoe, Defendants.
By virtue of an execution, judgment
rder and decroe duly issued out of and
under the teal of the above entitled
court, in the above entitled cause, to
Die duly dirocted and dated the 6th
day of July, 1900, upon a judgment
rendered and entered in said court on
the Sth day of Juno, 1000, m favor of,
John Poole, plaintiff, nud against John
Kenworthy .and Mary L. Kenworthy,
defendants, for ihe sum of f 1,000, with
interest thereon at tho rate of 8 per
cont per anuum from the 27th day of
April, 1800, nud tho further sum of
$100, with interest thereon at the rate
of 0 per cent per annum from the 98th
day of June, 1000, and for the further
turn of $14,60, costs and disbursements,
and the costs of aud upon, this writ
commanding mo to mako sale of the
following described teal property, to
wit: All of lot 1 iu block 1, all of Iota
1 aud 3 in blook 2; lots 6, 0, 7, 8, 10,
I'.', lit and 14 in block 4 in Tabor dale,
lultnonmh county, Oregon, as shown
ny the maps aud plats duly rocorded
in tho ofllco of the recorder of the said
county and In said state.
Now, theroforo, by virtue of said ex
ecution, judgment order and decree
and in compliance with the commands
of said writ, 1 will ou Monday, the
13th day of August, 1000, at the hour
of 10 o'clock, A. M., at tho front door
of the county court house, in the city
of Portland, said county and state, sell
at puhliu auction, subject to redemp
tion, to the highest bidder, for U. 8.
gold coiu, cash iu hnnd, till the right,
title aud interest which the within
namod defendants or either of them
had on tho date of the mortgage heroin
(tho 1st day of October, 1805) or since.
had, in aud to tlio abovo deecrlbcd'real
proporty or-nny part thereof to satisfy
said executlou, judgment ordor, de
creo, intorost, costs and nil accruing
Dated Portlnnd, Or., July 0. 1000.
6hcrin of Mttltnoiunh County, Orogon.
Oregon Butoheiiug Company, Fred
Mctzgor, manager, dealors Iu all kinds
of fresh and suit mouts and fish, 41S
Grebe, Harder & Co., Portland, Ore
gon, dealers iu implements and ve
hicles. Milburn farm, delivery, spring
wagons and buggies. Chaso force lift
and tank pumps. Milwaukie bindeis,
mowers aud rakes. Engines aud sop
miters. Fountain City hoe, shoo aud
disc drills. Wolff-Amerlcuu high art
bicycle. St oe.1 nud chilled plows,
disc, spring aud spike harrows.
Eclipso stoel hay pressos. Columbus
jjUBgy Co.'s Columbus buggies and
carriages. Phone. Oak 731. -183-81-88
MadiHon street, west eud of Madison
street brldgo." J. F. O'Dounell, gen
eral a(ent, Oregon, Washington and
For first-class grocorios call at 404
fillsun street. Tho very best of coffees
nud tens always on hand at tho very
lowest prices. 11. A. Howard, prop-
The Golden West
-..KASSON SMITH, Proprietor....
tooini Nkt 8eclnl Itatci by Week or Month
Kveryllihic now ami clean. Iit-tt loca-
Hon In l lie cllv. t-peclnlly dcalrable
able (or mrtlo tlcitlrliii; a quiet
plitce, No Children.
i Doors South of first National Be.sk
JUIn Ht., Opposite Krcd Rrnat.
BAKER CITY - - OREGON
Oregon Brass Works
MOORE & HARPER, Props.
1ri, Tlell anil Compoilllon Catllnga. Aluat-
Ilium ana I'lionplior lironir. llrais Rail-
I lie. mramboat autl Machine
Work a Specially,
69 Second Street, North.
Het. Day! and Everett.
Telephone Oregon Malu 675.
rOHTf.AND . . OUKGON.
CLEAN, AIRY OUTSIDE ROOMS
Traveler ahould take "&" Street Car at Untea.
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