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THE sTEW NORTHWEST, THUIISDAY, sTOY3iJIBER 4, 1SS0.
mjmv bj. THE MIRTHFUL MUSE. v V. II. VANDERBILT'S LAY. Oeme Into the stable, Mauri, You've beaten two-eleven ; ' Onna Into Urn stable, Maud I'm In the aeventh heaven. A CAPaJdiOUS SAILOR. "Never rive up the hip," lie dud, "but, sooner, Qently raise the lower lip, ' AiMl deposit therein a schooner." TOO LATH. The Autumn daxs are llngYing sweet miner's sett caress, Yet It's rather late this season Por the Saint to beat Maud S. mi Ami now the f Answers an Dm Ume hi And he'll be 31 fc3 NO ewaoi brum tf MUTATIONS. ve school-boy its with fluency; tness will alloy. rasbed for truancy. HEAVEN HELP HIS PANTR. Over Me Ajpieaie boy w JoeOidYand Idle Heaven netp sweetheart! hef 8a is nan - M08T0 he leaned and lsugned, clear owe eye; i mm aown; its it was custard nte. TUB X GIRL. She read all the books of science, Her Angers wete eoverea witn ing; She hooted at . She talked of She aimed Of greater or masonic in au She married a circus clown. narr rants ileii etehi.' ne tun alliance: missing link: and preachers renown- features. THE POETS FATE. ' said the poet, gray, on In an idle hoar e away." "Here Is a sk Unto the edit Tai i tossea To pass the "Here is a etab,niwas the answer. In a bland and smiling way, "With which I frequently toss ate off Six poets in a nay." UXstOlf AKTIC. The glamour of the after-light Lay dear and fair along the sky. Ana made the pathway cerise bright As hone we wandered thou and I But when we reached thy father's door The glamour then got bp and git; Thy parent Ktcsea me uu I'm an And cant with any comfort att. JIM'S NERVE. Jim teotto voce) j "I will propose to her right bow; witting me if rfa afeard- Jim (fortissimo) "ifarfar, wouldn't yon wont yon x Will yon say, will yon hare" "That is it, Jim? Bpeak, why dont yon !" Jim (eoilapsed)- Come and see onr new calf." INCONSTANCY. A stripling plucks a flower fair; The bright gold of his maiden's hair. The azure of her eyes, are there; Too fervent Is bis clasped hand's heat The blossom's fragrance lasts an hoar; Be drops it wilted at bin feet And plucks another flower. His maiden love, with soft caress, Aad tow words full of tenderness, Be Close unto his heart doth press; Hbt klswm steal away the rose That blooms in blushes on her cheek ; A brief hour's bliss then forth he goes Another msM to seek. THE MULE. Hot north, nor south, nor west, nor uan tortnue ana anotner oeasi Cot out by such a una grained role., As marked the making of the mole," Two ears like hairy windmill sails ; The most absurd of carious tails; A hoof to mark each lightning paw ; A voice like the filing of a saw; t An eye that aeemeth calm and kind. That sees for half a mile behind, and never (alls, with glances quick, ! guide the well-directed kick Taat lays the luckless driver low And whelms him with its weight of woe. He lives on thistles, weeds and sticks, With stubborn spells and tireless trick Caught up in Nature's slyext school, When mischief fills the faithful mule With art that mocks at human rule. They say that mules can never die Are never hungry, never dry Can live an sin and simple sons:. And spend their live, the whole day Contriving sicks or Kiuiirui pi an To griud with grief the soul of man; Nor do they mind how ill they fare, Po they but chat his watchful care And knock hln over everywhere. New York World. A Congres8ina.li, Ural, mid feeling unwell after r long journey, stood before the bar at a leading 2w York hotel ohe other dtvy and Called for brandy, and was requested to jmy for it lifr swallowing. "What."' remarked the M. C, at tle unusual demand. "Yea," replied the Imr keeper, "that'i my order to strangers." "Gra cious !" sajd the law-maker, walking away, "if its eJlbets are so instantaneous, I'll not take it." She had quarreled with her old bald-headed lover, and, in dismissing him, said : "What is de- 1t.Lf..l lu.uf ,. rnmiil tc Mliif. 1 llHVO lint the trouble of sending you back any locks of your Iialr," Ills reply was: "Jiati you given me a lock of your own, you would not hate known whose hair you were sending." Recent excavations at Poihikmi brought to light a hen's nest with thirteen eggs in it. They had been tightly covered in the ashes and preserved, and the finder took them home and put them un der a lien, and twelve of them hutched. Jiotlon PotL Are any of our real American liars abroad this season ? in It is reiMrted that the sea monster ml oil" the coast of Nova Scotia. Of followed a small boat and endeavored -y oil a man. but failed, lie is srrowiilir beautifully less." This year lie is but twenty t long, "with black strijies and large black Once aira ;. Mill andi . saw i i Ml u,rd traveler foil asloep in a train misti mr ueyoiul Ins destination, joke this is, isn't it?" said he to .1 The Great Commercial Center of the Northwest. Its-; Present and its UTiLtiix'c It Iihs n populHlion of 21.WXU It Is to Oregon, and the Ter ritories of WaBliIiiBtoii and Idaho, what Jev York City Is to the State of Now York, and boars the snmc rela tion to that Stale and iliose Territories thai Chleaco docs to Illinois, St. Louis to Missouri, Philadelphia to Pennsylva nia, and Xey Orleans to Louisiana. It lifts more territory trilAttary to it than any other city In the United Ktates.and will soon le numbered with the foremost cities In the Union. Even at this time the hummer and the saw can be heard In all iarts of the city ; the demand for buildines is $o great that the inclement season of Winter does not check the onward march of lis growth. With the vast number of shls constantly plylntf Ix-tween this and foreh; Mrts, freighted with our constant ly increasing aKricultural roduete,aiid the iiuinemus milp;kl now tributary to or terminauiig at this city, it will not rpiln more than ten years to swell the iiopulatWm of our lHautifiil and snnvine city to MsVXX) souls. Haviiig a larger t.-rritory tliau San Francisco to support it, we may conlidently assert that in le than a miarter of a century IVirtland will Ik the fore most city on the const in point of wenlth and Hipuliitioii. We will here enumerate the many railroad enterprises already Inaugurated. Some of them are constructed, ami others In process of construction, all making their termini at this city. THK NORTHERN PACIFIC Is building rapidly west from Duluth, on lake Stiierior, and also from the Columbia Kiver cast, and will he com pleted at an early day, thus connecting us with all ourslster States. THK ORROON AXI CALIFORNIA K. K. Terminates here, and is having an immense patronage. THE WKSTERN OREfMN R. K-, formerly the Oregon Central, Is doing a good business. This road runs through the fertile country on the west side of the Willamette ftiver. and its southern terminus at present is at Corral I L 91 miles from Portland. THK UTAH NORTHERN R. R. Wtll-be built through hundreds of miles of fertile lands the produce of which must te brought to this city for shiti ment. This road will conm-ct with the Union Pacific It. , IC, thus securing two competing lines from the Atlantic to the Pacific. It is now a settled fact that the JORTXANII, IALI,KS AXI KAI.T LAKE K. R. Will be constructed at an early day. This will give us three trans-continental roads. NEW RAILROAD ENTERPRISES. A home company, with unlimited capital, has been or ganised, under the name of the orcaanian Railway Co., t construct narrow-guage roads from tills city to the interior portions of the State, ultimately connecting with the Cen tral Pacific, with branches wherever inducements may of fer. This enterprise is being pushed vigorously to comple tion, so that It may bo In rwlin'! to move thi Fall' crop. ARTICLES OF IN OK1V1RATION Have been filed to construct a roiui from Battle Mountain, Nevada, la the direction of Oregon, to connect with the Oregon tan Railway Co.'s road, and make Portland Its ter minus. This will give ns direct communication with the richest silver mines In the world, and Hill make Portland one of the greatest railroad center- in the Union. We shall soon be connected by rail with the Northern Pacific K. R.; also with Chicago nii the Atlantic cities. Thousands of immigrants are con-i.-uitiy arriving from all parts of .the civil lied world, m, I the millions of acres of agricaltorat lands that lie -Mil unbroken by the jluw shja S mi I awaiting the al--nt of the sturdy fanner, point most eonelnatvely to ther.i. - : hat an era of prrntperlty 1 already dawning upou this f.ir young state. When the immigration has reached lu.fun tide, and three millions of acre are under cultivation, lr n will iregun be known as th wealthiest Htate In the i-i.. .n. IMUlTfVXl) CITY II03IKSTK.VI). The land In this enterprise lies adjoining the city, and is only from ten to fifteen minutes' walk from the court House, and a leas distance than that from one of the bvt public schools In the city. It is divided Into OXK TMOtMAKO TWENTY-FOUX LOTS, Fifty by one bundled feet in sice, with streets sixty feet wide, raicR. All lots will be sold forSWO'-riHi.i v !.!. In installments of $f per month, or the small sum if hi' ,c nt per .lav. No interest will be charged, and ag.-i :m.i -umi i. nt Bond for Deed will be given .upon the paym- mi of the nrst install ment of &and a warraaty Deed tiH.n n-.-. ipt of last In stallment, both without expense to the purchaser. TO PCKCHASERH. Those not finding It convenient to make their payments when due, will be granted twenty days grace in which to make such payments, as It Isd nirable that all shall have every possible opportunity to keep up their payments. Those desiring to make full payment at the time the Bond Is issued, will be entitled to a reduction of fioon each lot, or 16 on each IfiQ paid In. As the no AD TO WEALTH Is the most certain and rapid through real estate invest ments, this enterprise offers far more Inducements to the public than any other on the oust ..t this time, as the pri.-p and payments are within the reach of all. On not let tins chance pens Buy a lot, build, and make yourself ln! pandenC Many of you who live in n-nted houses pay more very year for rent than would purchase a lot and build a loof over your head. You then would Ik Independent of exacting landlords, and In truth have a place to call home. DONT FOKKKT That not many years ago some of the ImsI lots In Ran Fran cisco were sold for an ouneeof gohl dust, and that now they cannot be bought for SHXtyKio. Also, n-memlier that In Chi cago some of the best business lots were once traded for a pair of old boots. How often Is the remark made by old residents of Portlaud that once t hey could have bought lots for H that S3MWI1 would no buy now. It Is not wise "to despise the day of small things." IT IS TRt'E That of all real estate investments the homestead plan Is the best and safest, as all who inve: an- interested in mak ing the whole property more valniiiile. To illustrate: i-aip-pose A builds a house on his lot. and It owns a lot adjoin ing; B gets the benefit of A's Improvement, while A is not Injured thereby. This phllosop! will apply to the entire V$ehMe donated a lot to each oAthe princijtal churches for church purposes. Also, two lot are set apart for public school purposes. RAILROAD ITRCIIASK. The orerland, Oregon and California and the Western KallrvMKl Companies have imri-hiiM-d all the land from the east line of the HoineMrt xiniAi xtroct) Ui the water fntnt for their terminus, deHts, inaehlnesnoiH., eic; also the main llneof theOregonian Railway Com pany (limited) will have its terminus near by. Thus tlm greatest railnNMl center on the Pacific Coast lays in close proximity to these lots. This purchase has caused a rise in all surrounding pnperty rf WO per cent, making the lots in this Homestead from 75 to 100 per cent cheaper than any other real estate In Portland. Inasmuch as this Homestead was advertised to be sold for a stipulated price before the recent mlvance.nn plcasaut as it is, we shall strictly adhere to our advertised contract with the public lo sell these lot for $100 each for the next ninety days. The two hundred lots that were reserved ioractual settlers are now all sold, and the demand to select lotsbetngso great, we have been comelled to place more lots on the market from which the public may seloet for the next ninety days. This all'onls an opportunity fsr eroiis so de siring to purchase the most beautiful residence pnier!y. TO PARTIES "KrtlRINH TO 1'ITKCIlASH. Tills proertv Is now selling very rapidly, (mil those wish ing lo buv will do well to call or send inundllately fora lot or lots. 'All but the nrst Installment must be mtd at the Hunking House of Unl A Tlltou, In the clty of Portland. PKRSO.VS FROM A 1MSTANCB Desiring a lot. may forward .0ft to the General Miumger, and a Bond will le immediately forwarde. ' Money mav le forwanled by registered letter, money order, or Wells, Fargo fc Co'a Kxpress, at my risk. For further particulars, apply lo .1. II. KICK, (lem rsil Manger, Portland, Or. f)r lo HAKiHT A McIVL'fHILIN, S2 Morrison street. Corllticate: I certify that I am the owner of the lands in Hie Portland City Homestead the title thereto is perieci. ocing a it. h. patent and I authorize .1. M. Itieetosell said Vrojierty on the foregoing plan. Win. Celd, Banker: Hon. L r. irover I . M. Itieetosell said V" P. A. MAU i-rcsieeH: CtiUAAl. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. DR. PAUL HI. BBENAN, The Most Successful Physician on the Pacific Coast IN THE TREATMENT OF ALL nunowir Akin niFPICULT CASES, HAS RETURNED A ITER AN EXTENSIVE TOUR OF the Eastern Stales for the past U mr 0,I,,'1;-.,1 f,V visited all the principal meuicai ihmhuh.h." es of the United States, and comes back dern methods, instruments and lUIlis1no'"li10. tir cilles ti. t t,.i...,.ifi.! i iiw. nmfeK.,i-in. The Ioctor has also brought c!.art and manikins to Silu-Vrn'o DIt. PAUL M. RRENAN has been H 'urllK for la ,ea on the Iiws of Life and Health. In his private and p I lie lectures he has taught men and women the tme sMem or life, how to be healthy and happy, f they would onlj be guldeit by his wise counsel. But all cannof hear 1 Is de lightful and Instructive l.H tures.nor can he tell eyerytlilitK necessary for sullering humanity to know from the public rostrum before a promiscuous audience. There remains much to be learned from him. as nis experience over broad fields of active professional life. This know I- elge so necessary to the welfare of sullerers can only be gleaneil by private Professional Consultation at ins cimce. Ills experieiu-e in the various parts of Europe and America gives him such opportunities of learning the delicate dis eases which the human family are prone to, their mode of treatment and termanent cure, as no other physician on the Pacific Coast can claim. He has not only treated these diseases most successfully, but has made them a life study, as a few moments' consultation will prove. He has become an exjert In the treatment of disease, weakness and derangement of the re-productive organs of both male and female, including diseases caused by the FOLLIES OF YOUTH, SUCh as Sl'KRMATORRWEA, or SEMINAL WKNW8,or I.OSS of Pkrfkct Vitality. Nearly two-thirds of all the Chronic Diseases spring, either directly or Indlrectly.from some de rangement of the sexual system, and yet this subject is neglected by the majority of the medical profession. IT IS TRUE That ivereons who are unfortunate enough to be attlicted by any form of sexual disease have a delicacy in calling upon the proT physician in time, from a sense of mod esty, and sometimes from ignorance, and jvennlt those dls jes lo exist until their constitutions become corrupted, their organisation broken down, and the hope of future happiness blighted, until death becomes a welcome mes senger to carry them out of their miserable existence. Those who call In time upon Dr. PAUL M. BRKNAN n-ed have no fear but what he will restore them to perfect health and vigor, make their bodies pure and their minds content, If they will only follow his advice and treatment. Catarrh, Bronchitis, throat Diseases, Skin Diseases, Rheumatism, Kidney Complaint, and all Diseases of the Eve and Ear, Stomach and Bladder, he can cure without fa'il. No Quack Nostrums used; no slop treatment; no faNe promises. Everything strictly confidential under all circumstances. CONSULTATION FREE, and a list of printed questions sent to those living at a distance who cannot consult him ixrsonally. All Surgical Operation performed. office No. Si First street, between Oak and Pine. Ofllce r,.fn.ri j . i., A ;o - .,.! - . .1 r. M. All letters for professional bivsines must be addressed to Dr. I'aul X. lire nun A i o.,m First street. Port land. Or. 0-7 Dr. SHE X3ST 2XT Jzl5? , No. 11 KKAKN'Y STKIIIIT, Treats all Chronic and Spocial WHO MAY BE Diseases SUFFERING FROM Keft-resiec-s lion. ' H Mi dor lajmast Mater hn, .uuta. 1 ihW- If . I"X II.; sr-fiivtor. Mtrowtirl ' . Mar- jJusbpBIpV- TIirTNtJ MEN 1 the eflects of youthful lollies or Indlscretiona wni dw well to avail themselves ol ints, tne greatesi issjn ever iia at the altar of suffering humanity. DR. SPINNEY will guamnhto to forfeit J.10U ftr every case of Seminal Weakness or private disease of any kind or character which be under take aad fails to cure. Mil DLE-AOED MEN, from the age of thirty to sixty, are often troubled with ton frequent evacuations of the bladder, commonly accompanied by a slight smarting or burning sensation and a weakening of the system in a manner the patient cannot account for. On examining the urinary deposits, a ropy sediment will often be found, and some times small particles of albumen will appear; or the color will lie of a thin, mllklsh hue, again changing to a dark and torpid appearance. There are many men who die of till difficulty. Ignorant of the cause, which is the second stage of seminal weakness. I r. S. will guarantee a perfect tire in all such canes, and a healthy restoration of the genlto-urinary organs. i ffl-e Honrs IS to 4 and Uto s. Sundays, from 10 to II a. m. consoltatton free. Thorough examination and ad vice. t&.m. Call or address DR. SPINNEY A CO., No. 11 Kearny St., San Francisco. P. M. For private i',ii-eaes of Uiort standing, a fall course of medicine, autneient for a cure, with all Instructions, will be sent to any address receipt of slam. myJO tnoli. NO PATENT, NO PAY! PAT EWTS OBTAINED FOR INVENTORS IN THE UNITED Stats, Canada, and Kurope. at reduced price. With our principal office located In Washington, directly oppo site the United States Patent Office, we are able to attend to nil Patent Business with greater promptness and itlspatch and l-ss cost than any other patent attorneys, who an- at a distance from Washington, and who have, therefore, to employ "associate attorneys." We make preliminary ex aminations and furnish opinions as to patentability free of charge, and all who are interested In new inventions and patents are invited to send for a copy of our "tluide for Ob taining Patent," which is sent free to any address, and contains complete instructions how to obtain paten's, and other valuable matter. We refer to the Gorman-American National Bank, Washington, D. ('.; the Royal Swedish, Norwegian, and Ihinish legations, at Washington; Hon. Jos. Casey, late Chief Justice U. S. Court of Claims; to the Officials of the 1". s. Patent Office, and to Senators and Members of Congress from every state. Address: LOUIS H i;KR A CO.. Solicitors of latents and Atlorneys-at-Law, ! Droit Building, Washington,!). C. THE PORTLAND LIBRARY ASSOCIATION. Streets Rooms -Corner of First and Stark (Over Ladd A Til ton's Bank.; Con In ins Over Kiht OVER ONE HUNDREP Thousand Choice Hooks .ANW. PAPERS AND MAGAZINES. MEMBERSHIP FREE TO ALL. MONTHLY DUES tl.00 PAYABLE QARTERLY- t travel . lors1 i ; . JJrVi' mm iuiLf linn id " r 0RE6QK AND CALIFORNIA RAJlr iMF(J SR. Trains will run daily (Sunday excepted) betweJf D ROSBBL'aO'H' w a. 1 QfiPaiti... Ktini f PORTLAND AN as pollovfs: : r tt AaaervEi , ' ...7S a. m. Hoseburg.. :fi p. Jr. A. m. j ortleud K f If PnRland. Albany... A jUX A N Y EXPRESS- TRAIN , Dally i except Son day X au FvLiowtl: 4 p. x. ! Albany . .j....,, JfcR f. . . , A-JO A. M. , Pyflltk4L-iZlVXX A. FREIGHT TRAIS3, Dally (except Sunday) . A8 POLIXiWg: V"1 :15 a m. I Jiinrttan .J5J. At JHnciioii.. 5: a K. , Ilmvi.. Jf&0- The treg..n and California lUiiiroad FeiTy makeeeHc tlon with all Regular Trains. , " Close connections are made at Roseburg with the rtiiijii of tky r hi iff.rnla and Oregon Swa (Company. r TJkf r sale to ail the principal points m CKttMt nm and t be Catt, at the Company's office, , Venter V asd Frwnt Streets, at Perry isnalgf TmtfH"; storfti-, will be charged on Freight reaatafng iia Wan U u , or 2i hours. iw Freight will not lie received for shipment after S'n" v BRANDT, Xr., , T K P. !t H. K 'ts General Snpertntondagds . Gen. Ireigi . and Passenger Agi nt. PORTLAND TO SAW FRANCE 9CC Carrying TJ. S. Kafl ami Walla, Pag &Ge'$ Bsjaress. fPHK OKK(io J. P uiv und Paelttr pah-h. and i f RAILWAY AND NAVIOATIOX QMf tti' C'umt ateamshin riorananv wtir ik. i f . . y"' " "ove port, one of taetr new 4nt A 1 Iron Steamships, viz.: ; THE ORICON, COLUMBIA, AKO STATE CF CALIFORNIA. HAILING DAYlV-September K, 14, IS, October 5, M, IH, , M, lMa Leaving Portland at S X. H. THROUGH PICKETS sou to ai l the principal efri'- h, the United State and Canada. For particntar ftr Passage and Freight, anply to i. W. WElDLER, Steamship Agfent 0. R. A N. Co., Caraer nf Ash and Front streets, rnrrl.tnd. Or. Or to J. MflCRAKES A Co., Agents of the P. C. 8. s. Co. Ct and it North Front street, Por land. I USE ftOSE PILLS. S PE & LENT Ate'aew prepared to do Binding ! tad t l4inr Rates and In as workmunllke a manner a say ti-r iaaUameat on the North Pacife Coast, at thesr w . 4 h ' STEAW PRINTING ROOTWSf " No. top jPront Ktrect. VordiMrtL f-r rders ly MaU wtB ve prompt attentiOsW lm G. NEEKSYER er chant T a i I o r , No. ICS I'lrMt Stroef, a KI CPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FINK AN Ottt(h it, icte AstiOrtnMta W ; w? SCOTCH, ENGLISH, FRENCH & DOMESTIC G9B Which are unsurpassed, and which will be 3IAE IT1 AT COST IKICXS. Dikwtors W. !. Ijuid. P. C. Schuyler. Jr., M. P. Deadv, 11. W. Corla'tt, W. H. Brackctt. A C. Glbbs.C. H. IewU, Mi fir 1.. 1. 1. t ... ... II I.'., i 1 1 .... I lllnm I1 trVilildM.Vi , ... M . t ..sua... OKFICElts Matthew P. Deady, Iresdent ; H. Pailinc, Vice-President: P. ('. chnylcr, Jr., Treasurer; M. W. Fecli hcliner, Corresponding Secretary; Henry A. Oxer, Ubrarinti and Recording Hecrctary. Oolitinli:i Boot siitti SItoe Store. WAI.TBl CROSBY. QUO. W. IIII.KS. C. W. BILES & CO., 171 Second St., Centennial Block, bet. Morrison and Yamhill, Importers and Dealers In Boots and Shoes! From the leading Manufactories of the Ksyt. JOHN A. BECK, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER, iNottl Front street, Portland, Oregon. A line Aasortmentof . 5r. , CLOCKS,' WATCHES, JEWELRY AND; SPECTACLES, AT IAW PtUCJhH. UllMrbg a Spatially AU War WarrvMted. iMrebnslnfe AMUIUCAN WATCHK5 "Bisect and IptCmm i i l havtMCsne advantage of Low Rent, lean safely pfotaf I-ewar Prices than any other house in Oregon. ' '-, " '(ingeemitetaut, I WtH repair Common or Fin "Watches i ' isfhetorHy. 4 sPtiVCLBand OPTICAL GOODS a Specialty. --.a tixwiosoai 4.00 to sau ; Klgin Hllver iaftss. CALL AND EXAMINE OUlt STOCIv eietf ty immmAvmmm i i v '"rissi j' .. .arr-iyiigJCMi 1 W illasnlsnll 1 1 mlwiM I HH. on IQir ' " 1 27 w.. ... ' aamm vm i yuejflBatsviso ra m Huueu.i' AHm N"W.M- Now England Woman's Trial, ' OUR PECOT I I tS," By KESIAH SHELTON. Lvtitliflfeof "Netlel." "Fortff.Ifiivsi .Op 0. t ' -. nlvhti. and rSMrtthC CM A I 2rAddW.Mclostag Keontk. nimy, Ha ffBnad streef. New Yo lMMmsgis.aaaf rir,-. mgm ME IHRECTED !of Orcgou for ndered in sall Hfem of K. iSeelig v VlnrtVndHii', tor the s. Uoid tlt.. uutn, aad cosui Ji dav nf Octo. default of personal pnmarty. levy unon the Pafendauts' n al property, aituated In Mnlt- nty.Ntate of orison, lo-wlt: tiots numberd nd Jtyk-ti.v in Block numlcrcd Fifty son w me t-Tty or ;at Portland. refnrc.by vfrtne of said exncutlou. on Saturday. 4u.; t i um m smri-niwr. .it uk- nourof in ovnica a. a. 1 W U.. J ..l l I ' - T . . . 1 . kit. .... lrw wwvr nwf-, m miu rnim , t wil l wi I at puoi ue- ininnskUve nencrtbcf n .il i i-or-rn-of mW is fenrtaat to .KjiS'ilfehest hltldflr or bidders, for cash, to satisfy sahtTKcfc mm mm, aikma im.rv rr- Multnomah Count . Pr ijon. 3k 5: