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THE MORNING OftEGONIAN, MONDAY, FEBBTTAEY 20, 1900.
FOR SALX REAL ESTATE.
C R -OK COTAE. LARGS LOT. NEAR 6BX
r.vaid sell for taw than mart original ccst
22 Abington building. .
Lii our houses una tote I have several cut
omn G Dcbrtt. room 4 Mulkcy building.
3b l. SES, LOTS AND FARMS FOR SAME AND
-ert H B Compson Co.. SIS Marqunat.
EFT UIT IN cmr-Fine hcnae. W. SMe. Nob
IJ ' Laldlaw, WW CbmatXT aC Commerce
Hnuse and lot. buUt to -wilt, taetalhueato; small
ih payments. Danrmeter. 511 Marqaaai.
FOR SALB FARMS.
$250-5 ACRES OK BASE LOJE ROAD. CLOSE
$5u( JO acres, enough for a. chtofeea ranch,
rr Section Line road. eoarenient to the city.
Trme very -easy.
$20uo 10 aeree. all In hope, awe Mtte from
V lllefcurg. choice land.
$275(v A splendid dairy or stock farm, front
ing on Columbia river. 4 miles below fit. Hel
ens fair buHdinca. spring water.
$2000 A beautiful farm of 89 acres, good
T-mom frame house, good frame barm, run
ning water, close to school and More. This is
w ihout question the beat and cheapest place
In. tbe country. Improvements coat oer SSCOO.
Terms, one-half cash, balanoe two years at
7 per cent.
$100080 acres of choice land. S acres Im
proved, on Section Une road. miles from
$3000 Good farm of 136 acre. SO acres im
proved, fine how, froatiac on Willamette
River, near Caafey. A jpod buy.
LAMBBRT & SARGENT.
888 Best Washington st.
RAKE CHANCE I AM INSTRUCTED TO
t h at a secrraoe. on account of owner being
a tk nreaident. . well-Improved 18-acre ranch
Tar vaneoweer. wash , Jtne moaera fr-room
. . age bam, ebtokea sheds, creamery, wen
Lr i pump, all fenced, ftne soil Apply at
'cew J H. BhwetL Vancouver, fftoh.
XV j. ROVED FARMS FOR SALS IN ALL
T-.-ts of Oregon and Washington; payments
made to suit purchasers. For full particulars
as to various properties, apply to Macmaeter
. Btrrcll. Ml Worcester block.
I- ' '-- M,t. TN CULTIVATION. S MILES
eart 10 scree in fruit, good Intprovements;
l.srgaln. Mtnager Pacific Pottery Works.
Itrproved farm. Mt acres. M miles from. Port-lend-.
SO acres In hops. Drawer IT. Portland.
FOR. REXT FARMS.
rR RENT-CHEAP FOR A MILK RANCH.
-; c&n on road. 4 miles from Portland. W.
I'.uph owner, 81 First st., corner Oak.
F R RENT FARM. NEAR CITY: GOOD
- nw and barn Apply 227 3tark street.
Tri EXCHANOi: A PBRFBCT DIAMOND,
Tiarly 8 karate worth fW; will xchange fcr
h .usehold furniture or anything of value. Ad
dress G F 3, care Oregonlan.
ACRES. ALL DC CULTIVATION, GOOD
hju-e and barn. South Mt. Tabor; trade for
jh ime in Portland. 93A AMrto bulidmg.
GrD EQUITT DX 7-ROOM HOUSE. FULL
'orner lot. In North Portland, for suburban
houep 2 Abtnctrm building.
FOR SALB MISCBLLANBOUS.
"CLEARANCE SALE" OF PIANOS AND OR-g-ans
This coming we etc we will conduct a general
clearance sale of pianos and organs. We want
to clean out the second-hand Instruments we
2iae and all odd styles and makes which are
not represented In our regular line.
Wp have large shipments of Knafee, Hard
man and Fischer -pianos now In transit. We
need the room for a display of these high
grade pianos, and we will make quick work
in disposing of our second-hand stock and all
odd makes. The Wiley B. Allen Co., 211 First
SoLFILINE, SOLFDVINK. SOLFILINE.
Ever voce needs It. Preserves leather: abso
1utp waterproof; shoes, harness and belting
-nested with oMltne prolongs life of leathei
liK) per cent. Insist upon your dealer carry
ing it Henry Miller Co.. 74 Front st,
-J LBS OR SUGAR, 49 BAR6 SOAP. 84 LBS.
. ' prunes. l packs Jumbo mush. SO lbs. nails,
$1 es.ch SSBt Russell St.. Brownewell.
tor sale rrvm larox draft horses.
ne poBj and wagon, cheap for cash. Model
friable. Fifth and Davie.
v'THER FINE REMINGTON. $26; BAR
.k $25, Denemore. $86. Yost, $90. Coast
ncj Co.. Mtk Stark st.
F K SALE A GOOD SvJUARE PIANO. IN
excellent condition; very cheap. Address G
IT, care Oregonlan.
2 FIRST- CLAB -SABTKRK OREGON
lrses 1100 to 140 peunde; bargains. J. W.
WUUs, 284 Second.
TOR SALE ONE TWO-TON ICE MACHINE
nna one larcer iu-toate machine. Address
FOR SALE. CIOBAP-CrrY MILK ROUTE
and dairy; not far from etty. Address J 11,
TA O FRESH COWS. AND 8 YEARS OLD;
iie gallons rich milk. S. G. Messenger,
Magic larterns, new, oooond-hand, moving pic
tures. Bullsrd Breck. 181 Pest, San Fran.
$8 fVR A NEW GAS COOKER: $2 CASH.
balance $8 per month. Gas Oo.. 174 Fifth st.
Ton KALE OR TRADE SO HORSE-POWEtt
eng.ne and boiler. McPhciuon, Oilman hotel.
SO BIGS. 300 SETS HARNESS. SO SADDLES.
?nd rood horses, bargains. 211 Washington st.
WAGON FOR SALE; EXTRA NICE DELTV
ery . low price. See Arthur Kohn, 92 Second.
A Lippman; htgh-grad ladies'
guaranteed. Ore. teL Hood 978.
8 HEAVY HORSES. 8 8ETS DOUBLE AND
eingle harness. Oall Seventh and Stark sts.
Upright piano $100. cost $400; one $0. one $85;
organ $86. Mrs. Martin, 104V4 1st, upstairs.
LEWELLYN PUPS. GUARANTEED STANCH
standing MS Water c. and Bancroft ave.
FOR SALE A 1000-POUND LD7T. HAND
elevator. Apply 881 Morrison.
FOR SALE-A GOOD DELIVERY HORSE.
call at 186 Third tret
liV NEW BOX COUCHES FOR SALE AT
l)it If price. 8W Sixth at.
C HERMAN, CLAY & CO.. ROOMS 16 AND 17
Russel buaiunc cor. Peurth and Morrtran.
Ste nwny & tone. A. B. Chare and Eraereea
pianos. A. B. Ohaee and W. W. Putnam r
gans Cash or taetaltmeeu. Gramophones and
Kegina murto ansae.
TT CGANT NEW PIANO FOR RENT. VERY
rh,-p.i Graves Co., 286 Alder sL, near
7 T UPRIGHT PIANO The Jacob Dell. Rent
.u plied on purchase money. Stnsbelmer. 72 3d.
Hardman. Harrtostou sad other pianos; special
i'Tnlns. w. T. acmnnhan & Co., 807 Second.
S LIT BROS.. EXPERT TUNERS. 107 FIRST
p- Phones. KAers Plena House.
1 P RIGHT
PIANO FOR RENT. 141
W ANTEr-A FIRST-CLASS OPENING IS OF
teroi to a thoroughly wsnneteat. eneraetlc
and up-to-date dry goons man In a town
outside of Portland. Anatieaute for this po
r i tun -U1 please state whwe they learned
the business, w here last or now employed, and
at what salai also number of years de
otfd to the dry goods business. Address
K 26, care Oregmlan.
"W AVTED MEX TO LEARN . BARBER
trade Onto eight weeks required. Special
ofT( - now for graduates, to waok tar us. M0
t oe'tloas open. ne field. Can earn tuition by
1 'lining special rTrr mailed tree. Motor Bar
ber CoUene, San Francisco, Cat
If Ia AGGERS, UP. IS COAL MDCSRS. OON
is t pattornnaker $3 ; imoua K. R.,
4 r- paea: teams, logging oaaua. 4S.IB and
l. md carpenters. $sr aad boera; totacera,
$1 and board, men and wives for l uncase. $80
up restaurant help call Canadian Agency.
'.v AVTED-FOR L f. ARMY ABLK-BOOIXB
unrrarrled nm between ages of M. ant SB;
ctiicene of Cultod States, of good character
and temperate habits, who ca spvk. read
i nd -rtte EagMsh. For information anpty to
o-utUng oncer. Talrd and Stark ste Port
V ANTED - TWO FIRST-CLASS EXPKRI
enced btviaaeepora (or teataoran work: must
sober. AddMM irlw I
trig full lnformattoa as to reference and sal- 1
ary wamea u aa, care oregonlan
M ANTED LABOJHHa FOR MILLYARD J
Gra e Harbor. 81 any sad board: barken t J
bark puuar retaaaraat help, etc.. call. R.
G Drake. 158 First
b UJDRMaa(-To sell oflkce speemtttos. Ftoe sto
free. Model Mix Co.. South 1
!W wc-u v'j m.i mTrcuuiu. I Bism Bll
COMPETENT SOLICITOR AND COLLECTOR
for weekly payment life insurance. Call 330
WANTED ALL -AROUND NEWSPAPER
man. Farmer, 122 Front street, upstairs, noon
Workingman'.s Barber Shop: haircut 13c. shave
10c: 6 chairs. Ed Dennison. 205 Morrison at.
Cash for acceptable Ideas. State If patented. Ad
dress THE PATENT RECORD. Baltimore, ML
WANTED A FLRST-CLASS TRIMMER. BUT-ler-Scautze
Co.. 171 Seventh street.
HELP WANTED FE3IALE.
COOK, B. H-. $86; COOK COUNTRY. $25;
one, Delias, $4, fare; cock and 2d girl. &5
2 In family; second glrie, $12 to $20; 8 wait
resses, .$12 to $20; dishwater, $12. chamber
maid. Astoria. $12; waitress, Kalama. 512;
no end of housework. $10 to $20. average of
16 new orders every day. Call everybody.
Canadian Agency. 226 Morrison.
Wanted competent and presenta-
ble agents: references required; good proposi
tion for right parOfa Call 735 Chamber Coas
.merce, between S and 11 A. M. today.
HOTEL WAITRESS, $15; ALSO FOR B.
houses. B. H. cook. $25; domestics for city.
suburbs and outside. Persons wishing -work,
call. R. G. Drake. 152 First.
WANTBD-A"N EXPERIENCED NURbE. TO
nurse an invalid lady la day time. Inquire
at 52S Taylor street, between ICth and 17 th.
WANTED COPYIST; ADDRESS IN OWN
handwriting; $15 per month. Address X .
WANTED-COMPETEXT GIRL TO DO GEN
eral housework; no wcahing. Apply w
A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. 413
East 10th st., near Tillamook. West Irvlngton.
WANTED A GOOD COOK. REFERENCES
required. 295 West Park, corner Columbia.
WANTED SECOND GIRL. INQUIRE AT 1103
Mallory ave.. Piedmont.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. AP
ply 414 Main street.
SITUATION WANTED MALE.
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
A COMPETENT AND EXPERIENCED
young business man desires position: account
ing, cashiering, general office and outside
work thoroughly understood; Al references.
Address L 28, care Oregonlan.
SITUATION WANTED BY YOUNG MAN. AS
bookkeeper -or office assistant, references. Ad
drees G 21, Oregonlan.
SITUATION WANTED BY COOK. BOY: DAT
worker, farmer, etc. Japanese Laborefrs"
Home 48 N. 4th st. Oregon tel. Black 962,
SITUATION WANTED FEMALE.
BRIGHT YOUNG LADY DESIRES TO LEARN
& trade; can easily take up photography, hair
dreesing, manicuring, etc; all offers consid
ered; reference. L. A., Sunnyeide, City.
WOMAN DESHtES HOME FOR SUMMER, OR
indefinitely, with old people, or as companion;
object, a home; good traveling companion; ref
erence. N. K., station C, city.
WANTED "WORK FOR DOMESTICS; WAIT
ressee, chambermaids, etc.; also Chinese or
Jape. R. G. Drake, 132 First. Phones.
WILL GrVE A FULL COURSE IN STENOG
raphy for flrst-class lady's wheel. Address A
22, care Oregonlan.
WILL DO SEWING BY THE DAY IN PRI
vate families; price, 75c Call 353 Yamhill
A WOMAN: EXPERIENCED IN LAUNDRY
work, wishes a position. Apply 827 Davis st.
WANTED A GENTS.
WANTED LIVE- AGENTS EVERYWHERE
to sell our new gas lamp; a gas riant, bright
er than electricity; cheaper than kerosene:
hundred-candle light: cent a day, fully guar
anteed; polished brass: retails $5; big money
maker. Standard Lamp Co., 102 Michigan
AGENTS "LIFE OF MOODY," BY DR.
Chapman, sells like wildfire. We guaran
tee $S a day and send outfit absolutely free
on receipt. J. L. Nichols & Co., Napiervllle,
RELIABLE AGENTS WANTED. APPLY
room 22 Hamilton building. 131 Third st.
THE SPALDING, S. E. COR. PARK AND
Alder sts., under the management of the
owner, Helen F. Spalding The most complete
apartment-house in the Northwest; choice
rooms, for gentlemen or gentleman and wife;
furnished housekeeping suites a specialty.
THE NEWCASTLE. S. E. COR. THIRD AND
Harrison ete. Rooms, furnished or unfur
nished; all modern conveniences: reference.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM; FURNACE
heat; use of phone and bth; reasonable rent;
references; private family. 170 13th st.
THE GILBERT LARGE. WTELL-FURN1SHED
rooms; all modern conveniences. Third and
Taylor sts.; entrance, 267 Taylor.
THIRD ST., 180 FURNISHED ROOMS,
double beds; $1 up week; furnished house
keeping suites, $5 month.
ALCOVE ROOM. SUITABLE FOR TWO GEN
tlemen; one single room; gas, bath; private
family. 400 Washington.
VERY DESIRABLE FURNISHED ALCOVE
room; use of gas, bath, phone. 1E9 14th, be
tween YamlAH and Taylor.
128 10TH. BETWEEN WASHINGTON AND
Alder Furnished front room; one or two gen
tlemen, reasonable; modern.
NICELY FURNISHED SUITE. IN MODERN
house: suitable for one or two gentlemen. 454
Clay st. Phone West 101.
FURNISHED ROOM. IN PRIVATE FAMILY,
at 173 10th St.. between Morrison and Yam
hill. GILMAN HOTEL Brick bldg., central; fur
nished rooms. $1 week and up. 1st and Alder.
OCKLEY. 890 MORRISON Nicely furnished
rooms, for gentlemen : modern conveniences.
The Castle, 372 Washington Elegantly furnish
ed rooms; modern conveniences, transients.
ISO ICTH ST. COMFORTABLY FURNISHED
front rooms; modern conveniences.
34S MAIN. NEAR SEVENTH FURNISHED
room to rent; bath, telephone, etc.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT;
brick building. 234 Morrison st.
Rooms With Bonrd.
PORTLAND WOMEN'S UNION: 12TII YEAR:
rooms with board; enameled bah tubs: use
of library; Woman's Excange; Industrial
school. Address Mrs. H. C George, superin
tendent, 510 Flanders street.
THE VENDOME FURNISHED ROOMS AND
board. $1 & day and upward; first-class serv
ice only, including baths and steam heat. Cor.
18th and Alder stsv
32i SALMON ST. NICELY FURNISHED
front room, with board; suitable for two;
FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED ROOMS,
with board, at 153 13th sU Apply 475 Wash
LYNDELL, 534 MORRISON NEW MANAGE
ment; elegantly furnished rooms, with board.
OSBORN HOUSE Al board and rooms. $4.50
week. J. W King Cator, late from Chicago.
ELEGANT ROOMS. WITH GOOD BOARD;
all conveniences, best location. 228 11th st-
FRONT ROOM. WITH ALCOVE AND BOARD,
for elceriy couple or gentleman. 330 Fifth.
THE VANDBRBILT ROOMS WITH BOARD,
newly furnished; modern. 8S1 Yamhill,
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM WITH BOARD.
141 West Park.
FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED ROOMS;
also housekeeping suite; clean and respect
able. The Monnastes. 265 First.
THREE NICE UNFURNISHED ROOMS.
with woodshed, cheap; centrally located; ref
erences required. 809 First st.
1 HOUSEKBKPHCG ROOMS: SUITES AND SIN-
gle; transient, and board If wanted; sightly
brick block. 230 Russell st.
LOWER FLOOR, COMPLETELY FURNISH
ed. for rent; private family; central location.
846 Main, near Seventh.
FOR RENT THRBE OR FOUR UNFUR
atshet housekeeping-- rooms. 571 Fifth st.
164 WEST PARK 3 OR 5 FURNISHED
housekeeping rooms; no children.
TWO CLEAN FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
rooms, alcove, pantry and bath; no -children.
North 13th st.
HOUSEKEEPING SUITES AND SINGLE
rooms fcr rsnt, at The OroviUe. 22S Wash
135 16TH. COR. ALDER NICELY FURNISH
ed, sunny fiat of 3 rooms; gas, cook range,
372 FIRST ST. TWO NICELY FURNISHED
housekeeping rooms, reasonable; respectable
25S SIXTH ST., COR X1ADISON FURNISH
ed housekeeping rooms; all conveniences; test
413 MAIN. COR. 11TH-NlCELY FURNISHED
suite; telephone and gas range if desired; no
TWO OR THREE NICELY FURNISHED
heupekepcing rooms, centrally located. 333
The Graham Housekeeping apartmerts a si-e-daily;
gas ranges and telephone, 545 Wash.
175 11TH ST. ONE SUITE OF 3 ROOMS,
furnished for housekeeping; no nall children.
Flat of 4 rooms, furnished cr unfurnished- also
other rooms; references. 38S Jefferson slreef
5 UNFURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS,
with bath. 2GQ Fourth otreet.
FOR RENT MODERN HOUSE, 11 ROOMS,
bath, clcets, cement basement, electric llgMs;
choice location ; ?85 to responsible tenant.
Montague & Borden, 228 Stark st.
FOR RENT MODERN COTTAGE HOME OF 0
rroms. 700 Everett street: tlnely located anl
in excellent order; rent very reasonable, Ap
ply next door, at 704.
VACANT 1ST MARCH. 347 LINCOLN, 7-R
and 334 Jackscn. 5-R.: also C91 Oregon, C-R.
and barn, ?12. n.. G. Drake, 152 First.
FOR RENT MODERN COTTAGE. 5 ROOMS
and bath; S. W cor. First and Glbbs ets.;
$11. Parrish & Watkins.
ONLY ONE OF THOSE BEAUTIFUL MOD
crn flats left opposite Hobart-Curtls, lth St.,
DWELLING-HOUSE FOR RENT; 115 NORTH
18lh St., cor. Gllsan. Call afternoon.
FOR RENT FURNISHED COTTAGE, FIVE
rooms, nicely located, on Third-street car; no
children; $20 per month. David S. Stearns,
249 Washington st.
NICELY FURNISHED 5-ROOM COTTAGE;
modern lmprovemeris; 515 20th St., Portland
Heights, cor. Laurel.
Ilouhes for Rent Furniture for Snle.
.35 ROOMS, CHOICE LOCATION, AND A
good buy. 2S rooms, all rented, good furni
ture. 22 rocms, corner flat, elegant furniture:
a money-maker. 12-room house, near P. O.;
furniture nearly new; must be sold. See mo
before buying; C. E. Bennett, 127 Fourth
FOR SALE FURNITURK OF FINE 10-ROOM.
well-furnished houe; centrally located: all
rooms occupied: elr-knces la reason for selling
this bargain, for cash only. Address W 14;
FOR SALEELEGANT FURNITURE, COM
plete, of 10-room house; best location In city;
dcslrabla for boarders; no agents. Inquire 531
22 elegant furnished rooms; central and good
looation; a bargain. H 13, Oregonlan.
LOANS on chattels or salaries; lowest rates;
strictly private; see us first. 004 The Dokum.
MONEY TO LOAN.
HARTMAN. THOMPSON & POWERS.
3 Chamber of Commerce.
LOANS IN LARGE OR SMALL AMOUNTS (U
Portland or outside real estate. 226 Ablngton
MONEY TO LOAN on furniture or good securi
ties. S. W. King, room 45 Washington bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL KINDS OF Se
curity. Wm. Holl, room 40 Washington bldg.
LOANS on rpa' lersonai, chattel or salary se
curity. C Wi Pallett '15 Commercial block.
Loans, en bicycles, pianos and personal proper
ty. W. A. Hathaway, room 10 Wash. bldg.
LOANS: FURNITURE. PIANO, ETC.; LCW
rates: private party. 319 Allsky building.
$5000 to $2000 to responsible parties, improved
city real property, O'per cent. 534 Ch. Com.
State funds loansd at 6" per cent. W. E. Thomas,
Stale Agt. for Mult. Co., 400 Chamber of Com.
LQANS WITHOUT PUBLICITY ON FURN1
turc. pianos, salaries, etc. Can be paid In
installments, reducing Interest. Rates lower
than the lowest. F. W. Gravep. Mgr., 283
Aider, near 4th ground floor. Tel. Greep 444.
$200,000 TO LOAN AT 5. 0. 7 PER CENT.
City and .suburban property for .sale and rent.
Agent for Westchester Fire Insurance Co.
Wm. G. Beck. 321 Morrison st.
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS FROM $25 TO
$500, on all classes of security. R. I. Ecker
wm &. Co.. room 5 Washington building.
ANT AMOUNT LOANEU ON FURNITURE,
planes, real estate and all kinds of security
C H. Thompson 128 3d st. Phone Main 02S.
MONEY TO LOAN. C per cent, farm or city
propertv O M. Smith. S14 Ch. of Commerco.
FOR SALE A STOCK OF GENERAL MER
chandise. invoice $3500; the only store In the
place, and situated in the best farming sec
tion in the Willamette Valley; wishes to cell
for cash only; a place worth investigating. E
25, care Oregonlan.
Parties wanted with some capital to Invest In
Eure-paylng proposition; come and Investigate
for yourealf. Call on Wm. Holl, room 40
Washington building, cor. 4th and Wash.
PROFITS IN STOCKS. WHEAT AND COT
tcn. Mackey"s modern methods make money.
Write for our free book. C. E. Mackey &
Co.. 29 Broadway, New York.
GENERAL STORE STOCK, $3000; AVERAGE
daily sales $53; In best mining camp in
Southern Oregon. Address room 315, Imperial
OLD-ESTABLISHED BUSINESS; INVOICES'
$15,000 to .$16,000: want to retire from busi
ness. B 53, care Oregonlan.
FIRST-CLASS ROOMING-HOUSE. NETTING
over $50 per month clear of expenses; this is
a snap. 226 Ablngton building.
FOR RENT FISHING GROUNDS ON COLUM
bla River; for seining or trap. Drawer 4.
CONFECTIONERY. CIGARS AND TOBACCO
house, two living rooms, for sale cheap. 31
$8000 FINE-PAYING CO-BARREL FLOUR
mill, in Willamette Valley. Hoelblng, 250
FOR SALE 10-room house, newly furnished;
full roomers: $800. Address B OS. Oregonlan.
FOR SALE First-class grocery: cash business;
a snap. S J. Channlng. 655 East Morrison.
WATER WORKS THE TOWN OF FOSSIL.
Wheeler county. Or., will receive proposals
until Tuesday evening. March 6, 1900, for the
construction of a system of water works, ac
cording to the plans and specifications on file
in the office ot the town recorder. The sys
tem consists of:
12.000 feet of 2-lnch pipe.
2.500 feet of 2-lnch pipe.
3,600 feet of 6-lnch pipe.
1.400 feet of 8-lp.ch pipe.
Hydrants, gates and special fittings.
One 150,000-gallon reservoir, cement lined.
Bids may be made on labor and materials,
separately. AU bids must be accompanied
with a certified check for 5 per cent of the
amount of the bid, payacle to the major of
Fossil. The council reserves the right to re
ject any" or all bids. H. STOKES. Recorder.
Fossil. Or., Feb. 10. lOco.
OFFICE PURCHASING COMMISSARY. VAM
couver barracks. Wash. February 15. 1900.
Sealed proposals will b eeived here until 11
o'clock A. M., Tuesday. February 27. 1900,
and then opened, for furnishing and deliver
ing subsistence stores, in such quantities as
may be required, at Portland, Or.. Seattle,
or Vancouver barraefcs. Wash., during March,
1900. Information furnished on application.
Envelopes containing pioposals should be in
dorsed. "Proposals for subsistence stores,"
and addressed James N. Allison, major C. S.
OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE,
Salem. Feb. 21, 1900. The Board of Portage
Commissioners will receive sealed bids at this
office until noon of Saturday, March 3, 19C0,
for the lease of the strip of land near the
Cascade Locks, belonging to the State, and
formerly used, by the Portage Railroad, con
sisting of eight acres, more or less: the lease
te run only until the next session of the Leg
islature. F. L DUNBAR.
Secretary of State and Secretary- of the
Board of Portage Cammlanoners. u
PROPOSALS FOR REFUNDING WATER
Bonds, Dalles City. Or. Sealed proposals will
be jecelved by the beard of water commie
slcners of Dalies City. Or., at paid city, until
8:30 o'clock P. M. of the 26th day cf Febru
ary. 1900, for twenty-five thousand dollars
and twenty thousand dollars cf refunding
water bonds of said city (as it is not settled
as to whether the total amount of bonds will
be 523.000 or 520.000), Authority Is extended
to the said board to Issue refunding water
bonds In the sum of $25,000, but If found not
to bs necessary the issue will be for no more
than $20,000. And at a rate of interest not
exceeding 4 per cent per annum, payable 20
years from date of issue. Interest payable
semiannually, principal and Interest payable
In gold coin or the United States, at any city
therein, at the option of the buyer. The bonds
mentioned will be Issued under the provisions
of the saveral legislative acts of the state vf
Oregon, approved Feb. 2G. 18S5, Feb. 10, 1SS9.
and Feb. 14, 1S95, and in pursuance of on or
dinance adopted by the common conrfcil -ol
Dalles City, approved Jan. 23. 1900. The
proposed refunding water bonds are Intended
for the redemption of outstanding water benda
in the sum of ?23,000. but In case the board
of water commissioners prefer it will Issne
refunding bonds for S20.000 only; therefore,
bidders may make proporals for both ?25 000
end $20,000. and in the denomination f $300
each. No bid will be entertained for a rate
leas than par value of the bonds. Premiums
ard rate cf interest will bi taken .lntn con
sideration in passing on the vtiu? of all bid."
Bidders must deposit with the president of the
board a duly certified check nn some recnon-
alble bank equal to 2 per eer.t of the amount
of bonds bid fcr, or accompany his bid with
cash of such amount as will equal euch peT
cent of his bid: and each certified check mad?
payable to the president of the. board of
water commissioners cf Dalles City. Or., as
liquidated damages In case the bidder shall
fell Or neglect to receive and pay for. at the
office of the city treasurer df said city the
bonds awarded to him on his bid, en or be
fore the 1st day of March. 1900. Attention
phould be given he fact that the board will
not Issue ard dispose ot more than S20.O00 of
such refunding bonds unles3 it shall br
deemed neceseary to do so, but otherwise, if
the board shall find tbft It is neces.ary to
issue bonds In tbe sum or $25,000. it will then
offer and Issue the full sum ($25.OO0T The
right to reject any and all bids is reserved by
the said board of water commissioners. Bids
Bhould be addressed to the president of said
board, or to the city recorder. Dalles City,
Wasco county. Or., end noted "PropQsalsfor
refurdlrg W3ter bonds." By order of the
hoard -of -water commissioners, by and with
the consert nf the common council, thip 23th
day of January, 1900. T. J, SEUFERT.
L. S.) President of Ecard.
Attest- NED H. GATFS,
"ecorder of Dalles City.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS PROPOSAL-FOR
Sewer Construction Sealed proposals wtU -lie
received at the City Clerk's ofSce, Walli
Walla, Waoh., until Tuesday, the 18th day of
March, 19C. at 2 o'clock P. M.. for the con
struction cf a sewerage, system in the City
of Walla Walia. Washington.
The extent of the proposed system la ap
proximately 23,4 miles cf pipe sewers from 0
to 24 Inches in diame-ter; alsa 180 manholes
and 52 flushtanke.
Sewer pipe. Iron castings, brick, cement and
nd required for the construction cf the sys
tem will be furnished the contractor by the
Plans and speciflcatlors will be on file, and
may be oeen at the ofnee of G, N. Miller.
Civil and Sanitary Engineer, County Court
house,. Walla Walla, Wash., after the 20th day
of February, 1900, where "form of bids" may
Each proposal must be accompanied by a
certified check on some established banking
house for the sum cf tw thousand (2CO0) dol
lars:, payable to the City Clerk of Walla
Walla, Wash., which sum shall be forfeited
in case the bidder to whom the award Is made
Ehall fall to entr into a contract with the
city within five days after receiving notice of
The Committee on Sewers and Drainage re
serves the right to reject any or all bids.
Jacob Batz, Mayor. E. S. Isaacs, E. II.
Nixon, M. Martin, Committee on Sewers and
Dated February 13i 1900.
U. S. ENGINEER OFFICE BURKH BUILD
liig, Seattle. Waeh., February 26, 1900.
Scaled proposals for clearing and- excavat
ing at Bean Point. Richs Passage, Wash.,
will be received here until 12 M.. March 19,
1000, and then publicly opened. Information
furnished on application. Harry Taylor,
MASTER'S NOTICE BRITISH BARQUE
Gulf Stream. Captain Kerby son Neither the
master nor the undersigned will be responsi
ble for any debts contracted by the crew of
the above-named vesvl at this port. The
Portland Flouring Mills Co,. Consignees.
1900, W. No. 3.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF BRITISH Co
lumbia, Between The Western Canadian
Ranching Company. Limited, and Reduced.
Plaintiffs, and Benjamin Van Vclkenburgh,
Allan Richfield Cameron and James Jackson.
Defendants To James Jackson, of Portland,
Or.: Take notice that the Western Canadian
Ranching Company, Limited, and reduced, a
company having its head office in British Co
lumbia, at No. 40 Government street. Vic
toria. British Columbia, has commenced an
action against Benjamin "Van Volkenburgn,
Allan Richfield Cameron and you, Jamea
Jackson, in the supreme court of British Co
lumbia, by writ of that court, dated the 29th
day of January, A. D. 1900, which aald urlt
is Indorsed as follows:
"The plaintiffs' claim Is to have an account
"taken cf. what Js due to them for principal,
"interest and costs upon the following mort
"gages, that Is to oay.
"a. Mortgage dated the 14th day ot Novcm
"ber, 1893, and made between the defendant
"Van Vclkenburgh of the one part md Wtll
"lam Turple and GeOtge Stelly of the other
"part, which said mortgage was by Indenture
"dated tne :Htn uay or. uciouer. .josh, u
"signed to the plaintiffs.
"b. Mortgage dated the 3d day of March.
"1894, and made between tbe defendant Van
"Volkonburgh of the one part, and the Britldi
"Columbia Land & Investment Agency,
"Limited, of the other part, which said mor
"gage whs by indenture dated the 10th day
' "of November. 1S99, assigned to the plaintiffs
"c Mcrtgago doted the 3d day cf March.
"A. D. 1894, made between the defendant
"Van VolkPnbunrh of the one part, and the
"British Columbia Land & investment
"Agency, Limited, of the ether part, which
"said mortgage was by indenture dated the
"10th day of November, 1899, assigned to
"d. Chattel mortgage dated the 3d day of
"March, A. D. 1804, made between the de
fendant Van Volkenburgh cf the one part,
"and the British CoiumDia Land & Invesi
"rocnt Agency, Limited, of the other part,
"which Bald chattel mortgage, was by Indent
"ture dated tho 10th day of November,- 18b9,
"assigned to the plaintiffs."
"And that the said mortgages may be
"enforced by foreclosure "
"And the plaintiffs also claim to recover
"possession of lots 616 and 017, group 1,
"Kamloops Division cf Yale District and Sec
"tlon 25, Township Ten (10) Queen Charlotte
"district In the Province of British Colum
"bia, being heredltamtnts described in tha
"first three above mentioned mortgages."
And you are required on or before
the 1st day of March. A. D. 1900. to defend the
said action by causing an appearance tp be
entered for you In the said court to the said
action: and In default of your so doing, the
said The Western Canadian Ranching Com
pany. Limited, and reduced, may proceed
therein and judgment may be given In your
You may appear to the said writ by enter
ing an appearance personally, or by your
solicitor. In the office if the registrar of this
court at Victoria. B. C
E. E, WDOTTON.
Of the firm of McPhilllps, Wootton & -Barnard,
Bank of Montreal Chambers,
corner of Bastion and Government sts..
Victoria, B. C, whose address for serv
ice Is the same place, solicitor for the
plaintiff company, whose head office in
British Columbia is No. 40 Government
St.. Victoria. B. C.
In tho Supreme Court of British Columbia,
"Victoria. Feb. 5th, 1900. Registry.
Enterod Vol. 21. Folio 702, 52190O. W. P. M.
L. S. 60c.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF BRITISH
, Columbia In Chambers: Before the Honour
able Mr. Jurtlce Martin, between The West
ern Canadian Ranching Company, Limited,
and reduced, plaintiffs, and Benjamin Van
Volkenburgn, Allan Richfield Cameron and
James Jackson, defendants, Thursday, the 1st
day of February. 1900:
Upon the application of the plaintiff com
pany. Upon reading the affidavit of George Henry
Barnard, sworn herein this day, and It ap
pearing that the defendant Jackson Is absent
and cannot be found to be served -with notice
of the writ cf mmmena herein,
And upon hearing Mr. George Henry Bar
nard of counsel for the plaintiff company.
It Is ordered that tho plaintiff company be
at liberty to Issue a concurrent writ of sum
mons herein and to. serve notice thereof out
of the Jurisdiction upon che defendant Jack-,
And it is further ordered that service upon
the defendant of notice of the said writ by
publishing a copy of this order and -such
notice for two weeks In the Oregcnlan 'news
paper published In the city cf Portland,
Oregon, and by posting a copy of this order
and such notice in the office of the registrar
of the supreme court at Victoria, and by
scrvliur a copy of this urder and such noticr
upon Mr. H. G. Hall, solicitor, Victoria, be
deemed good and sufficient service of the said
writ upon the defendant Jackson.
And It is further ordered that the defendant
Jackson do enter ah appearance -ito the said
writ of summons in the office of this court
at Victoria, British Columbia, on or before
the first day of March, A D. 1900.
And It Is further ordered that the costs of
this application be rests In the cause.
B. H. T. D."
"ARCHER MARTIN. J."
I Wn,L NOT BE RESPONSD3LE FOR DEBTS
contracted by my wife. H. R. Ealer.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST FOX TERRD3R PUP; BROWN SPOTS;
long tall. Reward- paid-on return to 66 Ella
Agricultural 'Implexticnis, Macatnery
EDWARD HUGHES: WAGONS. CARRIAGES
ana rarro machinery of all kinds. 180 Front.
RU55ELDV& CO" ENGDJE. BOILERS SAW
mills, thrtihers.j.horse-po-w'ers. 324 Betaoat.
JOHN POOLE,: Newton, wagois. buggies, wted
mill3. pufnps.sniachlnery. jFoot Morrison st.
Edison's Star PhoUopn Paflors, 272 Morrison.
9 A. M. to 10 XP. M. Ladfes, gents, children.
Art Goods and Picture Frames.
BERNSTEIN'S ART STORX 307 WASHING
ton at. : great clearance saje: special bargains.
Assaycrs and Analysts.
J. H. FLSK. MINBP.AL; ASSAYER AN0
chemist: Rold dust boupht. iS04 Washington.
PAUL BAUMEL. A.YER AND ANALYST.
Gold dust, bought. 22SU Stark si.
PORTLAND ASSAY OTjkct. 229 Stark at. As
saylng and analytical wtrl$ GoH dust bought.
H. K. SARGENT. gnerk1 practice; notarv;
Phone Hood 832. 718 Ctejrober of Ccmmeroe.
JEFFREYS & WHITE. at4"nys-tJ,awVpraC
tl In all courts. 420 Commercial biocR.
E W. BINGHAM. ATTOTttBY
mpved to 61 Union block. For
GFf. W. JtAZF.N. ATTORNEY-AT-LAV,-. 009
fill Chamber of Commerce luilding.
PIPES ft TTFFT. ATTCftNEf S-AT-LAW. 7i8
711 Chamber of Commrc.
U. S. Bakery. Matchinr BVa prep.; brea-K
cake, pies, pastry and craWcers. 101 N. lith.
cor Flanders. t
, Karlip-r Shop. '
HOWARD'S BARBER SHOP; FINEST BRAND
cigars: 9 expert workmen.' 2H0 MJer sfc.
DEKJJM Batbroims- populsJ- fbatrn. masxr.
eit-cYrlclty. 714-15-1R DeVura. fPhnr.o Red 213.
New andSsocond-hand pchooi'and of'T bonks.
203 MoVkn st., hotweenpiret and Front. .
Elegant eociely cards, any dtyle, 25c per
M do.. 75c. H. Ennls, Meier & Fraak'3.
Carpenters and IBnllders.
JOHN A MELTON, carpenter, builder. ofHca
and. store fixtures. Ore. tej. 717. 2S3 Stsn-.
Dr. Blng Chong. 1D1 2.1 st.r'.Chinese root medi
cines cure all diseases. Examination free.
.Chinese and "Japanese" Goods.
Suri Soon Hule 'Co., impoirtera. whotesal and
retail teas, chlnav.-are etc 217 Yamhill st.
L. MITCHELL. F.XFERT'CHU&OPODIST. F
lie e 160 5th st.. opp. postoffice. Tel. Hcod 914.
Mii3 Dart, chiropody .and manicuring, room 50
Union, bifc, 1st and Stark. 0 A. M. to 5 P. M.
Pacific Coast Biscuit Co., infra, biscuits, crack
ers, ghipVbrcad, confectionery. 11th and Daj.fs.
Portland Cufy&d-Halr Factory. H. Metzger. pro
prietor, manufacturer curled hair aiut genuine
curtfti-nair ruattrests. :ca-:5:s a rnt ti. tsom
ConiiuiHMion DterotittutK. -
HERMAN 'METZGER. PURCHASER OF
hides, pelts. Yurs. wool, mohair, tallow, old
ruijbir and old taietal. and general commi3lon
merchant. Front sc, near Main, iovtud. Or.
Cash advances or) consignment. -
TAYLOR. YOUNG & CO., SHIP BROKElfa
and commission merchanu, Sherlock buildins.
W. N. Sayre & Co., commission & produce mer
chants; advances cn,onbUnmen:a. 14S Front.
ALLEN & LEWIS. COMMISSION AND PRO
duce merchants. Front a U sty., Portland. Or.
D, F. Wagner & Co., brokerage and commission;
canned good3, dried fruits; etc. 203LWash. fct.
KVERD1NG & FARRELL,- conlmUs.pn, butterr
eggs, chickens and farm produce, Hortland.
H. TUKE & CO.. 231 FRONT; FLOUR. HAY.
.produce, feed and groceries.
METAL SKYLIGHTS. GALVANIZED IRON
cornices. J. C. Bayer. ,205 Second street.
WASHINGTON CREAMERY: PURfl BITTEK,
cream; bakery goods. Both phones. G. G.
Mager, 429 Wasnlhgjoa.
WOODARD. CLARKE & CO., i
Cor. Fourth and vasmngton sts.
MISS UA-WK1XS. LADIES' T-AH-R AND
dressmaker; good fit guaranteed. 424 WaBh.
HENRY P. O'CONNOR. D.
ijuam building. Morrisr.n. st.
, 002 ilAR
0th and 7th.
DR. C. B.- BROWN; tel. Ure. Red 2816; ies.i
White 034. 514-15-1C JJekum building.
Dyeing anil Cleaning;
H. W. TURNER, PROFESSIONAL DVER AND
cleaner, 301 litd. Telephone Red 131f
Mrs. G. Smyths, late cf Royal Acad?my, Lon
don, Eng., will receive pupils for stage course,
elocution and music; stage practice, tlub rates
reduced. A. O. U W. bldg., studio 17 and IS.
PORTLAND BUSINESS COLLEGE. Fifth and
Yamhill; A. P. Armstrong. Prln.. J, A, Weace.
Sec. Open all the year. StJdenu admitted ar
any time. Catalogue free. !
HOLMES' ENGLISH AND BUSINESS COi
lpge, 414 Yamhill st, Englisa course; com
mercial and shortnand courses. Send -for cat
ALL ENGLISH BRANCHES TAUGHT; teach
ers prepared for examination. 361 Yamhill.
DP- SCHRAMECK'S ELECTRIC BELTS ARE
the best; examine $5 baits. 270 Trout st.
Fence and Wire Work!..
PORTLAND WIRE & IRON WORKS: WIRE
and Iron fencing, office railing, etc. 334 Alder.
OLD EAST PORTLAND FENCE AND WIRE
Works! A. Carlsjn; 2S9 East Morrison Bt
Certificates are incontestable after two years in
the Red Cross. Men and women are eligible
to mtimbtrship. Deputies wanted. Write or
call on D. C. Rogers. 290 Morrison.
J. L. HAYSETH & SON. SUCCESSORS TO
Nelson; staple and fancy groceries. 453 Wash.
Harness and Saddle.
THE BREYMAN- LEATHER CO., HAR.
r.ess and sole- leather, saddlery, hardware, find
ings and shoe store supplies. 73 Fronts;.
THE GEORGE LAWRENCE CO. WHOLE
tale iaddlers and harness manufacturers,
leather and saddlery hardware. 72 Front jsL
LADDERS OF ALL KINDS. AND KITCHEN
conveniences. Cor. East Sixth and Oak.
J. A. REID, mfr. boot and shoe uppers; lull
stock shoemakers supplies. 207 Washington st.
HAMBURG - BREMEN FHtE INS. CO.. 102
First st. Boyd & Arnola. General Agents.
Eugene D. White & Co., Agts. German Alliance
Fire Insurance Co.. 420 Commercial block.
TREMONT HOUSE; newly furnished rooms,
$1.50 a week up. J. E. Clark. 313 Everett.
Iron Founders nnd Machinists.
Smith &. Wateop Iron Works; engines and boil
ers; logging engines a specialty; quarts and
saw mills; misc. machinery. Front and Hall.
CITY FOUNDRY & MACHINE SHOPS. J.
Honeyman Co.. engines, boilers, saw mills and
mining machinery. 301 Front st.
Willamette Iron & Steel Works; Jamea, Lotan,
mgr.; Iron-workers, steamboat bldrs. Portland.
Liaugr antf TTolmceo la&tltate
Xeetey Institute, 314 Bth, cures liquor, opium
and tobacco addtetteca,- No ther in fltate.
Marble and Granite Works.
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS: marble, graa
lte and stone work. Schanen & Neu. 2ftS 1st.
MRS. ,EHL. GRADUATE MD3WDTE.
North 14th st. Telephone West 6S7-
PARTNER WANTED TO HfeLP MINX SHV
cral gsod placer clakae; eaeh 2 acres, m
Alaska; accessible any month In tbe year
frttn. Portland. Address O 28V care AregWBtan.
sytematic developrrieat woik arraogad for.
This re property rocaled uat across Cracker
Creek from the fasUrtte North Pole -mine;
right up anions the' big; producers. 60.000
aborts treasury Stock (ftrst issue) secured far
our pltente at $20. per thousand. Rapid rise
in values safely counted on. This wffl be a
second Free Coinage. Apptteftttcns ftled m
their order. B. A. Clem O., MB and $W
Oregonlan building. Phone Red 282.
SUMPTER GOLD FIELDS CARBFHLLT SE
lected treesury stock in afltive proeerttes in
this rich mineral belt yield Ws pronts on the
original ccst. Safety Deposit snares, jpc;
Paymaster Consol'dated-. 5; Black Cftt. Free
Gold. 5c; Nora R. 5c. Index. 2rL- Stiver
Star, 2c. AH theae properties are Working.
and are safe Investments. Mars, printed mat
ter snd information, write B. A,- Clem
Co.. 515 and SIS Oregonlan buiWlng. Port
land. Or. Phocc Red 2S22.
D3ER TRAIL CONSOLIDATED TWENTY
flrst monthly dividend payable March 3. Small
amount of stock offered at 12c. Write for
printed matter and information jardlrg
prospective laccmc-paylngr properties. IJich
Krikes mean Mg money to thcsewhA ctart in
on the ground floor. B. A. Clem CO;, 315
and 516 Onsgocisn bldg. PhcrfyRed 2S22.
SUMPTER MINES RECBN.TGRBA.T STRiKB
in Diadem and the salppinorof ore advanced
stock to 25c; Keystone Bslfe, 10c; Ohio, 2c.
Watch for Great Northern stocSc?. Se us
before you Invest In mines. Dawson-McDow-dl
Co 11 Sherlock )fflg., Portland. Or.
Weatherby-Bonanza has fully equipped stamp
mill: good record as a producer, four parallel
velre, of high-grade ore; 2000 fet develop
ment work. Small block stock for aje. E. A.
Clem& Co., 5T5-5HJ Oregonlan aMg.. Portland.
TATUmA: BO'.VEN. 29 TO 35 FIRST ST.;
L mmlps, sawmill, wood - worklns macninery;
pumps. Hoe saws.
NOTICE DR. PAUL CROMWELL. THE COL
ored speelallst. will now give people a chance
to get welL All persons rssidlng in city, treat-.
ment by week, $5. To stay at sanitarium, $2
per day. Pecsons of moderate means will Kke
to take advantage of this offer, for one month
only. 171 Green ave. Take Washington and
Dr. Flora A. Brown: diseases ot women and
children a specialty. Consultation, and diag
nosis free, 517-51S The Dekum. Portland, Or.
Greek Rheuritatlc Specific, guaranteed to cure
rheumatism. L. T- Lewis. 252 Washington.
Viollrt, viola, cornet lessors; music furnished:
Italian strings and old violins for sale. Emll
Thlelhorn. M. P. S. Crch., 289 Jefferson. Tel.
PIANO LESSONS. REASONABLE. OR Ex
changed for a concert grand guitar or man
dolin. 11 5. Oregonlan.
PIANO, ORGAN AND VOCAL INSTRUCTION.
Mrs. Mclntyre, 253 Sixth at., cor. Madison.
Oi-t-jjTon lavi Company.
Lewis, bldg.. Park and Morrison. Free Healta
lectures to women Thursday, at 2:20 P. M.
GodcVn Private Hospital, 211 Sherman; cancer,
catarrh, etc., cured due month; guaranteed
treatment; $1; lovely home for ladfes during
"THE SNOWDEN" BATHROOMS RE
opened. 131 4th; formerly "The Nelson"; tub
and vspor baths, massage. Tel. Red 421.
LADY OF -LOS ANGELES, VAPOR BATHS
and massage. 288 Stark st., room 23.
LADY GIVES VAPOR BATHS AND MASSAGE
at 313 Washington St., room 33.
TREATMENT W. A. ROGERS.. OSTEOPATH.
Marquam building, rooms 532533-534.
Hours, 9-2 A. M., 2-5 P. M. Phone Mate 27.
Call and investigate our method of treat
ment. Consultation and examination free.
DRS. NORTHRUP & ALKIRE. osteopathlsts.
rooms 415-10-17 Dekum block. Oregoa phone
Main 349. Lady 03teopatht3t. Examination
SMITH. PIONEER OSTEOPATH.
Oregonlan building. Phone Oak 42L
Miss Marie Whte. scientific palmist, reads past
and future correctly. Lewis bldg., room OS.
T. J. GEISLER. 610-011 CHAMBER OF COM.
Registered attorney U. S. patent office.
If you wish flpe portraits, call on Churchiey.
Wf.rk guaranteed; prices reasonable. 140 d.
WOODARD. CLARKE & CO., WHOLESALE
and retail, cor. Fourth, and Washington.
Real Eitnte. Loans and Hentnls,
227 Stark st.
& CO.; ESTAB-
OREGON PAPER -BOX FACTORY; MFG.
paper boxes of all descriptions. 170 Second.
ST. CHARLES RESTAURANT; MEALS. 25c;
short orders; white labor. D. E. Altenburg,
Strouse's Cafe: best 25c meal, famous coffee and
cake, 10c. 222 Washington, bet. lit and 2d.
Portland Riding Academy; training and board
ing stables; complete and salect. 19th and N.
The Port'and Riding Club, fine livery, saddle
horses a specialty. Park and Jefferson.
SAFES, SAFES. EANK WORK. LOCK DEFT,
opening lockouts, repairs. J. E. Davis. SO 3d.
Saw 3IH1 Machinery.
Chrlrtenson-McMaster Machinery Co.; new and
second-hand machinery, E. Watpr K TryWr.
We buy everything, clothlag, furniture, etc. Call
or address 52 Third st. Telephone Hood 083.
Storage? and Transfer.
SAFES. PIANOS. FURNITURE MOVED AND
packed for shipping, C M. Olsen. 12S First.
Tel. office. Main 1087; Black 801.
STORAGE AT LOW RATES CAN BE HAD
at Fred Blckel's storehouse. 31 Ncrlh Front.
Wall Paper and Paints,
STROWBRIDGE PAINT & OIL CO.; WALL
paper, sash, doers, builders' hardware. 12S
Shnivcnsc and Store. Fixtnrc.
DIXON. BORGESON & CO.. FRONT AND
OVERLAND STORAGE WAREHOUSE.
Fourth and DavU, Merchandise a specialty.
InSuranco rates low; storage rates reasonable.
Careful attention given to country consign1
menu. TeL Or. Main 777: Columbia G7S.
MRS. WALLACE. RELIABLE CLAIRVOYANT
and psychic Hfe-reader. consult her on busi
Crass affairs. love troubles, absent friends;
good advice on mines; reading daily, 30c and
up. 1C7 First street, office 7 and 8.
LARSEN. THE PALMIST. WILL TELL THE
year when all leading events in life take place;
past and future readings, 50c 225 First ct.
MRS. J. A. SMITH, medium and magnetic
healer, room 9 Oroviile. 22S Washington st.
MRS. C. CORNELIUS. TEST MEDIUM; SIT
tlngs dally. Allsky bldg.. Third and Morrison.
MRS. STEVENS. Psychic, inspiration writtaga.
25c. Sittings daily. 50c up. 342 First ct.
Westaostt & Knight, syrup reSnecst mtgr. gro
cers; both phonea. J. Alder and E. Morrison.
Stoves, Ung&, HHMfeoM Hartwr
LOWENBERG & GOING CO.. MFRS Of
stoves, ranges and fco?T"wwr ws TesnM
sheet metals, sheet steel, camp n1
houaefumlorrter nnrdware 2J ar. i Tasnr
Hardware; aoi agt. Univarsai fve & "rgei
housef urnhming tooeds. J J. KaiK-r') h: I,
ALIN i LEWIS. WKOLK3AUC GROCEJJ8.
cor. N. Frisr asd Davis te.. Portland. Or.
WOOBARD. CLAKKK CD.. WMOLKSAUI
druggiais. cosner Fourth and Wuhrsnton.
Weed and CX.
OAK WOOD. M.73: AWED mi, $.
NrcKum. mc water. oh
INDIAN CLAUtVOTANT AND MBDirM
The wonderful, gifted Indian squaw bnra
With twe veils over moe, tell, from cradle to
grave, past, present, future, and secrets re
vealed: warns againsT ntfafortune sure gutfe
to nctat and wislnesa sseccss: heals aU dto
easasc by the use of Indian herbs. irs Prof.
Wheatly-Howe. Separate parlor Tor ladle
and gentlemen. Strictly confidential. 271 3th
st.. apposite City Hall. No sta'rs to cllrrb
27 wemen wanted eutGerma- from Irregu'ar pam
fut or stoppage cf periods, ievcorrhsee
twhllfs). and all cempUcnted disease pertain
ing to changes- of life, cured by old Dr Ksso
ler. err. 3cond apd Yan.fitb sts. 329 women
called butt mentb. roBsultatien free, aid art
ntte roums fcr Indies. If can't call, write,
mcloetnc- 10 2c stamps. Hundreds treated' at
heme by his new system.
DRESS SUITS RENTED. ALL ST7VS W
call for, sponge, press and deliver on- cnitt cf
your clstbrcg each week, jew on bu' n. s
up rips, for $1 per month. Dveir. :aai
eieanira- and repairing. Unique Tail r? Co.,
347 Washington, both "phones.
EASTERN GENTLEMAN OF 30. OF GOOD
habits and prstttoa of SOOW per yr lestret
lady correspondent, view to matrimony must
be aandsenis, accomplished and refln-M, live
at home; remrsnees. Address R 2S, are Ore
MANLY VIGOR RESTORED BTf DR. ROB
ertaT Nerve Globules, une month's treatment
$2; 3 months, $6. Seat securely sealed by
mail. Agents, wooaard ft Clark. Portland.
NOT CONTENTEDT THEN. LADDBS. TOO
should send for a box ot Blond Chem Cb.
Preventative Cones. $1.90 per box. 8 boxes
$7.50, samples 10c. P. u. box 874. Portland.
BACHELOR. FARMER, WITH SOME XFAN3.
wcuM like to meet respectable woman or
widow with seme means; object.
Address D 24, care Oregonlan.
we print aa fiute visvmro
T.0, 35c. 250 business card. $3; 80
Brown Schmaie. 288 1st St.
COMMON STOiSE BEAUTT PARLOR, FA
ctal blemishes removed ay electricity, cup.
roller and syosge. Lewis BMg.
LADIES. FREE, HARMLESS MONTHLY
regulator, cannot fall. Ma, D. Fox. Milwau
BILLY LRA'S BICTnUt HOSPITAL, 18 4TK.
Phone Clay 641. Wheels esneit for: detrrered.
CUT RATES Oreson Dre Works: cl
dyelngr. Burnslde. near 3th. Til. Red
Mrs. Dr. McCoy, electric' treatment La Porte
house, ccr. Third ard YaMBltt sts., room 14.
Otto KHngbeil. magnetic healer. 307 East Sixth
St.. treats any sickness Ore. phone Scott 688.
CLOTHES MENDED FOR LADIES AD GEN
tiemen. Apply at room 45 Labbe bulldlna.
Fifth st. Both phones
Give us a trial.
LADY, YOU GET RED STAMPS AT CLEM
enson'a drug store. 227 Yaunhill street.
DOUBTFUL DEBTS COLLECTED. AN7-
whr S'"' Chxirber nf foruworeo.
WANTED MODERN 8 TO lO-ROOM BOUSE,
leoxlCO ground, atjlishnelghborhood: for cash.
Afc suburban property, 8700: mast be cheap
for spot cash. Laidlaw, 308 Chamber of Com
merce. INFORM JAMES CHaJCONO CITY, OF
losses unsatisfactorily settled by Insurance
Co. North America.
WANTED-OFFICE; A GOOD OUTSIDE ROOM
m business black, down town. AaHiaau P. O.
TO BUY PROPERTY CLOSE IX, FOR CASH;
state price and locsttoe. Address O 3X, Ore
gcnlan. BEST PRICES PAID FOR ALL KINDS Ot
hmHhol(t goals. 38 th st. Phone Brown f2.
WANTED 10-20-ROOM HOUSE OR FLAT,
furnished or unfuraleaed: good location; no
agents. Address B 34, care Oregoaisa.
HOUSE, 5 OR MORE ROOMS. FURNISHED,
for housekeeping; or hcusekeeplas; rooms,
West Side. D 25. care Oregoniaa.
ROOM, WITH BOARD, IN PRIVATE FAM
lly by young man; reference given. Address
O 20. Oregonlan.
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY
1C THIRD bTMKBT;
Money to loan on mortgage.
A general trust and agency business transacted.
BEJ. I. COHEN if
H. L. PITTOCK, A. S. NICHOLS.... Vice-Pres.
eT J. ALT3TOCK. J. O. QOLTRA. ...Secretaries
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF PORTLAND. OR.
Designated Depositary and Iftaaacial Agent ot
the United States.
President H. W. CORBETT
Casaier .." O- . WKKiRGTON
Assistant Cashier. . .... J. W. NBWKIRK
Second AMhrtant Caebier W. C. ALVORD
Letters of credit lamed, available in Europ-i
and. tne Eastern states.
Sight exchange and telegraphic transfers sold
on New Xork. Boston. Cbteago. St. LtuUs, St.
Paul, Omaha, San Francisco and the principal
points in tne Northwest.
Sight and Jim bills draws, in sums to suit on
London. Paris. BerBn. Franafort-on-the-Mauj.
Hong Kong. Yokohama. Ccpeaaaaan. Chrtotlaaia.
Stockholm. St. Petersburgv Moscow. Zurich. Hon
olulu. Collections made on favorable terms.
jADD & TILTON. BANKERS-
ESTABLISHED tft 18.
Transact a General Bsnfeaur Busteees.
Interest allowed oa time deportt.
Collecttoae made at all potom en favorable
terms. Letters of credit Issued available in Eu
rope and the. Eastern states.
S?"at Exchange and Telegraphic Transfers soul
oa New York. Washmgtoa. Chicago, 9t Louis.
Denver. Omaha, San FraacJeeo and various pomta
In Oregon. Washington. Idaho, Montana and
Exchange sold on London. Parte, Berlin.
Frankfort and Hong Kong.
WELLS. FARGO CO. BANK
CASH CAPITAL AMD SURPLUS. ... .$8jaW.0O
JOHN J. VALBNTDW. PREMD"5NT
HOMER S. KINO MANAGER
R. M. DOOLEY CAaHBSR
H G. HANLEY ASSISTANT CA6H1A.K
General Banking Business transacted. Ex
change sold, and Letters ot Credit issued, avail
able in aii parts of the world.
MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
J.FRANK WATSON j. . . .President
R. I DURHAM -ufco-Pieslden
R. W. HOYT Cashier
GEO. W. HOYT AashUgstCsshier
TRANSACTS A GENERAL RAJfaSMG
Interest paid on ttoae deoestts.
Drafts and letters of credit issued. avaOable la
all parts ot the world.
CoHeCtums a specumr. ww oow avwim.
LONDON AND SAX FRANCISCO BAjnC
LlMfTED. CAPITAL PUD UP .88,480.009
Head Office. 73 Lombard street. '.tbJob.
This bask transacts a general bantamc ad ex
change busineea: makes loans, discount 'it anj
tesaes commercial and travelers' treats. .sil
able in any city m the world
Chamber of Comaier-" buildlnc. TVru anu
Stark streets. W. MACKINTOSH. 3M laasr
AINSWORTB NATIONAL BANK
OF PORTLAND, cor Th rd aid Oak sts.
J. C. AniSWORTH. Pres . V W IHILLD73.
Transacts a General Barking Business
Exchange bouicat and sold m all Ke principal
cities in Europe. Also facilities for teigraphi J
transfers. Collection made on favoiab.e terms
oa aU accae,polBtJ. ,
SAFfi DEPOStT DEPARTMENT
Connected with the bank. Safes rented aa easy
THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK
Transacts a General Banking Busineea.
Drafts fumed available m all eh es of the
United States and Eurooe
President TYLER V.OODWAS'
Vlce-Piestdeat ,.. JACOB KASTVf.
Cashier F C MILLE3
BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA-PAID-UP
Head Office. 00 Lombard street London.
Com'I block. 34 Washington Tor- i-aL
R. LEA BARN'Eo. Marager.