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THE NEW AGE, PORTLAND, OREGON.
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TAflS DALLES, OREGON.
MAYS & CROWE
Whotesalc A Retail t)elen In
HARDWARE. STOYES AND TINWARE
Farm Machinery, Implements,
Wagons and Carriages. '
Iron, Steel Coal and Blacksmiths'
Hardwood and Wagon Makers' Materials,
Bicycles, Guns, Ammunition, and Sporting
SHAVER TRANSPORTATION CO.
STEAMER GEO. W. SHAVER,
Will learo Portland, foot ot Washington fit..
Sunday, Tuesday anil Thursday evening at ft
o'clock, for Pauvles inland, Rt. ftelcus, Caples,
.. ioimiim. 1'i.uiiini nuiauin, .iter viij,
Jtanler, Ml. C'oMn, Mayger, Htolla, Oak Point,
J'rt'etnanx, .Maiisanlllo,Ulatskanle and all way
"iy 6. BOWMAN
I'llOTOGItAI'llIC AND LANDSCAPK AKTI8T
Views' of All Description
Specialty, Kodak Developing andFinlthlnc
Main St., Near Hrldgc,
W. M. IIOMNSON. Frop.
pOTTAOE CHOP 1IOU8U
II. C. COTNKIt, Prop.
Open at all hours day or night. The rot meali
erred In I.u Winnie lor the price,
Kenicinber the location
East Hide of Depot Street
1.A OitANDK, - OltKGON.
Next Door to W. .1 C. It. It. Ticket Ofllco
MEALS AT AM. HOUHS.
Flrtt.Clasn and Quick Service. Private Itoxei
ju Connection. Meals at All Prices.
KVKlt 4 bCHIM.INO
, FINE WINE8 . s
. ' "AND . i.3
i, UQUUKS.. -'
LA OitANDK, OREGON.
Opposite Hotel Pendletoi
...TELEPHONE NO. 10...
Finest turnout ot all kind In Pendleton
i.cntlo single driver" for ladles
tiooil, competent drivers always on hand
Hoarding hor.es given thu beat of care.
G. M. FROOrtE.
Everything that is kept in a
modern and up-to-date drug
store. Prescriptions and
Family Recipes put up by
competent men, from pure
A. C. K0EPPEN &BR0.,
116 Court St., PENDLETON, OR.
THE MINT SALOON
O. L. MELLQUIST, Prop.
HK8T IIRAKI1? OF WINES
Corner Derot Street and
Jefferson Avenue, LA GRANDE, OH.
KRIEG & LEVY
COFFEE AND TEA A SPECIALTV.
94 Washington Htreet, Corner Tenth
TKY OUK CF.I.EnitVTED COFFEE.
Ituth Phones 838. I'OltTLANI), OH.
Branch Eldorado Babbitry Riverside,
Only two weeks more at advertising
prices toourcustomerawhohavo bought
stock of i9fa well aa strangers. This
ie your last opportunity at these prices.
New shipments, juat in, all strains, bred
or unbred. Call before baying and see
onr stock. Two more sales ot Lord
Edinboro, imported, for service only.
M3 North Third St., Portland.
ENTERPRISE SHOE GO.
835 North Third St.
Boots and Shoes Made to Order
Repairing1 Neatly Done.
Work called for and delivered. All work
H. C. RILEY, Manager.
Headquarters for Capcn Co.'s Shoes
E. M. GRIMES, Prop.
Only Hotel at the Seaside Over
looking: the Surf.
Table supplied with the best ttiat can be pro
cured. Jlath house and dressing rooms near the surf,
SEASIDE, CLATSOP BEACH.
LA GRANDE, OR;
DKA1.8 IN GKAI.Y, BKKT AND FRUIT LANDS IN THE BEAUTIFUL
GRAND RONDE VALLEY
IN EASTERN OREGON
Mter a continuous residence Of over 10 yean In this Famous Valley, and a cloe study of the
ft accomplishment and futuro possibilities of Its soil, and a ersoual know ledge of Its ell
mate, I feci that no one, seeking a home, will make any mistake In locating here.
Your Correspondence Is Solicited, and All Questions
....Choeifuily Answered.... ,
ATTENTION ! !
You Don't Want to Miss the Great
Now Going On At
; Men's Fine Bialneis 8uita.
Men's HiKhly Tailored Dress Suits. .,
Men's runts, itegniar H.00 valuer, imiurra down to 3.W
Men's btraw tints. I'rlces (Jut to
Reductions are mndo
The C tot her
KBTAULIHIIED tSlt. ISCORroRATED IStT.
ALLEN & LEWIS
Shipping: & Commission Merchants
To sst time address all Communications to lha Company,
48 to 54 Front Stroat, North. rOtlTLAND, Oli.
..Allsky'sS Winter Garden
COL. J. F. HARVEY, Manager.
THIRD' AND MORRISON STS.
The most beautiful resort of its kind west of Chicago. Loges reserved for ladles.
Arrangements made for private parlies, suppers, etc., at reasonable rates.
The Winter Garden is the cooiest place in
Beautifully Situated in Ocean Grove, Overlooking:
This beautiful resort is open the year round. The Hall
has been refuted throughout. A commodious dining room, hot
and cold salt water baths and a dark room for photographers
have all been added this year .. MRS. CARLISLE,
FRENCH & COMPANY, BANKERS
IRANSACr A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
Letters of Credit Issued available In tbs Eastern 8tates. Blehl Exchange tndTeltfraphla
Transfers wild uu New Vork, Chicago, St. Iuls. Kan Kraneisco, Portland, Ore-.tieattla, Waib.,
tad rarloui polnitiu Oreguu aud WashtDfton. Collections made at all points on favorable terms,
W. 8. MeCartsr
Portland Market Co.
Sugar, 1 8 Pounds $1.00.
Best Valley Flour 70c and 75c,
Oteron t'hnncflraut fc".
Kesidcucu "Hruwii" 6W.
1 70 Third St.
If. BINSlIKtMKIl.Sotc Agent fa
THE JACOU DOM, PIANO
The best upright piano made, and other first
ela.n pianos rented and sold on Installment
No. 7J Third Etreet. Kitabltshed 1802. l'Uou
North 631. f
$8.00, $9.50, $10.00 and $12.50
$12.60, $15.00 and $18,00
almost naif of former price. Ureat
In all Summer Coat4,
NEW FALL STYLES
m m rafnfO
O, K. 8hrT.
Dou't wear baggy trousers or shabby
clothes. Wo cull for, spongo, pres.,
and deliver, 0110 suit o( your clothing
enoli week, how on buttons, mid sow up
rips for $1.00 n month. Uulquo Tail
oring Company, 247 Washington street,
CUT PRICE SALE
Decorated Cups and Saucers
Decorated Breakfast Sets
)8 pieces $1,00
Beauties..: l!i, Sffi, 35, 40, rn0
See them 20o
At 10 and i!5c
20 Per Cent Off"
w Enameled Ware
20 PerCent Off
; Lamps 'Also,..,
PRICES OUT AWAY DOWN
Decorated Dinner Sets
44 Piece Dinner (let $:i.W)
0-Piece Dinner trot 5.55
100-1'ieco Dinner Set t.50
Come Just to Set Not
Ntcessarj to Buy
Gteat Eastern Tea Go.
HTOItKS-IUrt Wellington HI., bet. 6th and
7th, Phone II I nek ."JIM.
.'.'ii First Hi., near Hiilnioii, Phouu
Inrnest DUtrlhutors of Chlnii.'.'iookerv and
Glasiuarcon tin- Coiml, operiitti'K loo sinrvs
throughout the Pncllli Const Mutes
' That's Why it Wiii
:- Pay to See Us...
OIITLAND ltOLMNd MILUS
,. Manufacturers of
. ".. IIAIt IKON AND STKKL.
Jj 'l N. K AYKIt, Manngcr.
'.Twunty-Pecond and Nlcolal Streets.
Triumph Roasted Coffees
The Mont Hparklluir, Dcllcloiu and Aro
I 1 liiMtlu (.AKFKErt Evr Placed
t- , . .ou.tlils Market.
Ask Your Grocer for Them
A. M. Joii.sms
PORTLAND TENT & AWNING CO.
229 Ankuny Street
Tents, Sails and Awnings
, Telephone Grant 1501
PORTLAND - - "OREWON
erviux ANI AVOItKHi
925 SIXTH STREET.
PHOSE HOOD 803 ,
Hat rieaucd, Dcd, Prekhed and Trimmed)
Ladlri.' DresM-sand Dre.s (joimIs )ed nil 1'nl-
uru up ..II Ithidiiml f !..iiI,iiimi.m .'li.i 1.1 in
Cleunvd, Dyiil and Itepalrcd. ltrlih 1'unttn'U
Cleaned o' Dyed all Colon, aud Niicly Ctirleil,
Alisky Winter Garden
Ball and Cakewalk
At A. O. U. W. Hall
Second and Tavlor Ste.
Sept. 12th, 1900
SINQLE.TICKET, 60 CENTS
h, h, McCarthy & co,
Stock Brokers and Practical Miners
tKtlte. 111-11.! hlierlork iliilMln.-,
Members of the Oregoij MlulugHotk lUclmntre
Phone North CM.
AIIMSWORTH NATIONAL BANK
Cor. Third and Oak Sts., PORTLAND, OREGON.
J C, AISSn'OUTM, J're.ldent. W. W I'JIIM.II'H, Cashier
Tramarts a general tiauklnx liiitliifts. Kscliarixe boii'iht and sold on all the irlirlat clt.
e In Kuro(M). Also liclllllt-. for We rabbin trali.frn Collections made ou favorable terms
ou all aceilbl6 oolnu. BAI'K DKl'Urilf DKI'AltTMKNT connected with the bank.
Mr. (Ilntrles Allott, ultlinuvtli utile to
bo mound, in ctlll qtlto wonk.
Mr. (J. Snuuders is rnpidly recover
iug from the oflocts of her nccldent and
expects to liu ublo to discard her
crutches within n wook. Lust Tuesday
evening u number of iter friends mot tilt
hor resldenco and celebratud her re
covery. Cards and music caused the
uveulugto pass merrily,
Itev. Collins, lately of Spokane, who
has been acslfruod to tho chargo of the
llethol A. M. K. uhurch iu this city,
for tho ensuing year, preached two
very lutcrostitiK sermotiH last Sunday,
to a lare and nppreoiatlvo audience.
Tho rally at tho A. M. K. Zlon
chruch last Sunday was a decided suc
cors. The sum of $57 was raised to
apply to the seuii-aiinual interest and
insurance inouoy now due. Thu condi
tion o( tho lluituces of tho church aro
encouraging to tho olllcers aud mem
bers. Tho memorial services hold under
tho auspices of tho Grand United Or
der of Odd Fellows, in honor of D. it.
HoviHor, at Alt. Olivo church, Sunday
ovonlng uoro largely attended, stand
Iuk room beiutf at a promiutu. After
an elegant sermon by Itov. T. Smith,
nddrnsbcs wero inado by Messr".
Spronll, llnford and Itrown, which
were both interesting uud entertaining.
Mi. Hon Chaudlor, who used to bo
hero about live years ago, wheueugagod
iu tho service of the I'.V. Car Com
pany, in in thu city aud expects to
mtiku tliis Ills homo iii tho near future.
Mr. IM. Ilolmor has returnod fiotn a
trip to Nome. Ho rujiorts that thu op
portunities for pmiltablu employment
la that bcctiun of tho country aro ex
cellent and ho is noil ploascd with thu
results of his venture. Ho has not de
cided yet as to whether ho will return
Mrs. S. (lilies', tho genial correspond
ent of tho San Francisco Outlook, on
tertaiiied a few friends last Monday
evening with a crawllsh supper and
Tho following resolutions wore adopt
ed at a regular meeting of tho Paul
Lawrence Dunbar Literary Soulely:
Whereas, Senator Tillman in an nd
drusH delivered to the students of thu
Ann Arbor, Mich., Uulyersitv. did
grossly insult thu dignity of all solf
respecting colored oltir.uns of After lea
by lils approval and enuouragetuetit of
tho violation of the thirteenth, four
teenth mid llfteouth mucudmoiitH to tho
constitution of tho United States of
WheicaH, Senator Tillman did mull
clouely attack tho honor and morals of
tho colored women in tho strongost of
terms. Therefore, bo it
Itesolved, That wo tlio Paul Law
roucu Dunbar Literary Society do hero
bv reuoutiL'o thu said Senator Tillman
and the Mild speoeh and proclaim him
disloyal to the government of thu Unit
ed States of America, and, bo it
llofolvod, That wo do reditu and
hurl haul: tho diru slander mid misrep
resentation of tho colored men and
women of thu South, and bo it
ltusolvud, That a copy of tliHn resolu
tions he printed in Thu New Age and a
copy of thu same bu forwarded to thu
nfoii'hiild Senator Tillman,
lty order ol thu society.
, MItS. LAUItA SWAN,
Mrs. II. C. Wilbur, popular phre
nologist, palmist mid psychic card
reader, I'itht mid Morrison, lias suc
ceeded remarkably iu acquiring a rep.
titatioii for extraordinary power iu her
work. Sue will treat you most couit
uously, charge you most reur-onahly
and you will dud that her promises
"ill v iiiimi.il.
To every colored person In tho statu
of Oregon who will glo his or her ad
dress to Mr. C. A. Hitter, our city
agent, who will Immuliattdv make a
canvass ou that mission, Tho Now Ago
will be milt, (reu of charge, for the
next six months following this date.
A. D. (MUFFIN, Mauagor.
One of the most familiar names
borne by Spaniards Is "Diego." It
nerves nearly us well its John In this
country ai a typical uaiuu for it hoy or
mail. Ktigllslt salloi-H long ago enmo to
know Spniiluids as "dagoes," because
"dago" was .about us near as they
could handily come to "Diego," which
sounds like "Du-ub-go" iu Spanish,
What Is to becotuo of tho pedestrian
of the future when he wants to cross
it city stteet, and everything on wheels
Is dashing along to the time measured
by electric force? Khali he have u lit
tle subway all to himself, or climb u
rllg' at every crossing mis is a
question especially Interesting to tht
'old and stout and crippled wtiyfarcr.
I Kpeeil of Automobiles lu Purls,
According to tho decree of March Wl
18!)!), Iu Purls the sliced of automobiles
lias been lixed at twelve miles per hour
In the stteets and sixteen ou the road.
It Is too bad, but girls will get dlu
fiiouds lu heaven, where there Is no
I chance to lUsb them out us ulgus of au
General Information Concern
ing' the Afro-American.
TAKEN FROM OUR EXCHANGES
hawing Mm 1'roRreaa In the Vrlnn
Line of lliiiunii KndeuTor Uulug
XIndt liy tin, Itncn.
Mr. Frank II. Allen, woll known in
IndiauapoliB as a toachor and a news
paper man, is a candidate for cleik of
th6 circuit court, Mound City, III.
Tho ci unities and punishments in
dicted upon thu Negro raco by tho
Hours iu South Africa surpass all hor
rors known to tho history of tho world.
Tho Negroes of tho District of Colom
bia spend $500,000 annually for tho
necessities of life. Caucasian merch
ants got thu bulk of this fabulous snm.
Thu blamo is located.
There are about '200 hotels and cot
tages at Atlantic City, N. J. and only
one hotel employes white waiters.
Judging from tho good reports which
aro coming from every section of tho
country, tho colored waiters aro sweep
ing everything before them.
Whilo somo luborors wero worklug
at clearing up laud three miles north
of Klmc, Texas, they returned to llnd
tho following notice iu box-car loiters
written ou tho sido of their tents:
"Notice, Negroes vacate at once,
Doath," which was supplemented by a.
picture of scull and crossboues.
.Mr. ltobcrt II. Scott has Leon ap
pointed head waiter ut tho Hotel
Ilowou, lloulder, Colo. Mr. Scott and
cro'c of nine colored waiters suucoodod
a crew of white waiters, who had boon
employed at tho Ilowou for ovor two
years. Tito llowon is one of thu finest
little hotels iu Colorado and Mr. Scott
and his crew are to bo congratulated
for their htreak of good luck.
There is not much of tho original
black man left aud if tho founders of
tho American Negro population who
lauded at Jamestown, Vu,, iu 1010,
weru hero now they would not know
their own chilren from Joseph's coat of
many colors octoroon, quadroon, mu
latto jut black, brown, hard aud soft
boiled, sermnblu and albinos, with red
hair aud pink eyes would ntnke tho ori
ginal parents subjects for a lunatic
asylum iu tin attompt to classify them.
London, August 1, 1000. A three,
days' conference of members of tho
African nines wan held in tho West
minster town hall, London, beginning
July 34, and ending July I'll, Tho ob
ject of this meeting was to voice tho
opinions of black men throughout tho
world, to unite aud organizu thorn for
thu attainment of equality mid free
dom, and to iuflueiico legislation iu
their lavnr. It is thu first time that
ait attempt Iiiin been made to bring to
gether tho Negroes of tho world with
a view to furthering efforts in their
liohalf. Illshop Alexander Walters,
president nf tho National Afro-American
council of tho United States, which
meet in Indianapolis, lud., in August,
presided, and was assisted by Mr. He
nito Sylvian, aid-du-camp to Kuiperor
Menolik, of Abyssinia.
Tim opening speech was mndo by
Illshop Walters, of thu United Status,
iu which he reviewed thu history ot tho
colored races in America, and pointed
nut tho vicissitudes through which they
had passed. Illshop Walters' pnpor
was the "Trials and Achievement of
thu Colored Itaces iu America." Too
cmifereucu was also addressed by tho
bishop of Jjondnu. His keynote was:
"Tho future of every raco must lie
Among others who wero present tho
second day wero J. T. Calloway, in
charge of thu Afro-American exhibit at
tho Paris uxpositiou, and Prof. V. K.
Dullois, of Atlanta, (iu,, both of which
gentlemen uddrostod the conference.
At thu closing of the second day's ses
hion, thu chairman announced that an
adilresi was being piepared for prcsou
till ion from thu conference to her ma
jesty, tho queen.
Iu thu afternoon of the third day res
olutions wero adopted providing for
tho foiuiation of a permanent Pan-African
asKOciathu, thu objects of which,
I To secure civil and political
rights for Africans, and their doi-cuud-ants
throughout tho world.
a To encourage ft loudly relations
between thu Cauoatdnu aud African
it To approach governments, and in
lliieiico It'gihlutliui lu tho interests ot
thu black races, ami
5 To ameliorate thu condition Of
the oppressed Negro lu Africa, America.,
tho llrltltli empire mid other parts of
Provision was made for tho organizu
t ion of alllllated houluties iu all parts
of the world, thu headquarters of tho
association being iu Iuidoti, Kuglmid.
Olllcers wero elected fas follows;
President llishop Alexander Wal
ters, United States,
Vicu-Preslilent Itov. II . llrown.
Secretary Mr. U.S. Williams, f
Treasurer Mr, It. F. CoIoiimi.
Kuiperor Menolik, nf Abyssinia, aud
thu presidents of Liberia and llayti
wero elected honorary members of tho
Tho afternoon sitting eloped with tho
adoption o u solemn nddrens to the na
tions of thu world, to bo communicated
to governments nf the civilized powers,
Mr, Peter Waldo is still quite ill
aud iu need nf the attention of tho.id