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About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 8, 1895)
THE SEOETOTG- OBEG03sXA2ir, TTJE$DAY, JAXTABY 8, 1895.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Eight deed, aggregating 51250, were yester
da filed for record with the county recorder,
A S Garner and wife tolLU McDaniei.
i t 4, blkS. Mayor Gate' add ?1.000
H. E. McDaniei and wife to L F. Rice.
sarre ........ . ............ ... 1.000
O W Brown to C D. Stuart, lots i), 10.
bik 4, Chicago 400
1 Hushes et aL to IV. H. Holmes, lots
6. 7. blk 2. Bertha S00
Perjand R. E. Co. to C E. "Warner, lot S.
k Third Electrle add 330
G MCoi and wife to A. J'otter. lot
21. Llk . Iruuedaie add 330
T rtland Trust Co. to A. Crtwn, lot 11, Uk
26 Tremont Place 1W
31 T Gibiwn and -wife to J. W. Klrkwood,
.at 7 blk 10, Riverside add - 250
Titles Examined and Inattred.
Money to lend on Improved city property.
The Title Guarantee & Trust Company.
Chamber of Commerce.
TO THE PUBUO"Tlie Oresronlan"
charges for all meetlnc notice ot
jvliatcvcr description. Call Xor
meetingm. eeneral invitation ,o
nubile crntlicrlucs. etc.. come nnilci
thin licad. Special ratea. TaoivcTer.
trill le erlvcn on mcctlns nottoi of
certain character when it ia an
nounced that no price of adnilsnlon
Trill be clinrarcd.
SPECIVI, AlCTION" SALE TODAY
At Oe-tral Auction Rooms, corner Alder and
J ... r xm 8 Folding bd. canet.s curtains,
c e and furniture of itrlvate house. Sale at
VI vlock. Geo. liaker ft Co., auctioneers.
VLCTIOX .VLE TODAY
H -. sehokl furniture At salesroom, Xo. 4tf
F'i. Ft , between Aril and Pine, at 10 A. 31
S. I. X Oilman, auctioneer.
A. ft A. S. RITE.-OREGOX
XjODGE Or PERFECTION,
NO. 1. Special meeting this
evening at S o'clock. "Work In
fourth, fifth and sixth degrees.
VTTKNTION. KNIGHTS! Regular conven
t ;t of Excelsior lode. No. 1, K. of 1.
Vcdnebday evening, January i. 1JSU. at
c lock sharp. Golden Rule Bazaar hall. Third
ard Morrison. Installation of officers. Work in
t"-c three ranks. All members requested to be
present. " lolling members invited.
AM. SINGLETON, K. R. and S.
TRI ITG ROWERS OF MULTNOMAH COUN
T There will be a mass meeting next Satur
div afternoon at 1 o'clock sharp. In the Ross
bu.idlng, on Union ave. and East Ash St.. -East
,s Je t j arrange for a fruit exhibit for the
Anwrkan Pomoioglcal Society, which convenes
in Portland January 21. CHAUNCEY BALL.
MARMONY LODGE. No. 12. A. V. .
A. M. Special communication Tuesday,
January fc. at "J:so a. ju... lor me iiur-
jmrc of attenuing me iunerai oi our
late brotner, aiarsnaii x-eiersii.
By order W. M.
A. 4- MARSHALL, Secretary.
ELLISON ENCAMPMENT. XO. 1. T. O. O.
F Regular meeting this (Tuesday! evening at
7:30 o'clock. Members are requested to at
tend. Visitors welcome J. RABYOR, C P.
S. GRUTZE. Scribe.
XETERW5X In this city, Jan. C, Marshall
Po'erson. at his late residence. Xo. 514 Clay
street. Funeral t-ervices will be neld at reM-denc-e
today at 10-W A. M. Sorvlces at grave
ABRAHAM In San Francisco. Mr. Joseph
braUam, mother of Simon Abraham, of this
Edvard Xlolman. nnacrloker and
eaibalmer. -ItU and Yamliill. Tel. K07
J'fcmM Sale today.
ilcAllcn. J; McDon-
ni K I AND WOOD DRY VERY BEST IN
VsJAtJ the city, guaranteed. Brown ft Hicks,
foot of Yamhill at. 1'lione 713.
$200 '.MLL BUY S NICE LOTS: $100 CASH
and $5 a month, on motor line; close to
iHhool. T, A. Shane
$10 000 AXD $5000 AND SEVERAL hMALL
ei sums to loan at 8 per cent on city proper
ty. E. R, llickson. SI Sherlock building.
TO LEASE FORrACTORIESr WARE
riouset., mills, foundries, stone jard. wood and
ijhI jards 3 acres river front, wharf, build
ings, two blocks south of Madison-street, on
J-ast Market and East Mill sts. Part for
sule. M. Bane. 374 Eabt Clay st., Portland,
FIVE-THOUSAND DOLLAR MORTGAGE ON
a farm of MO acre, near lleppner. Or., with
00 acres in cultivation, to exchange Tor a busl
ncv, either dry goods, merchandise, groceries
or boots and shos; will also pay some cash
for a business that suits. DeLashmutt ft Son.
209 Stark st.
SACRIFICE OF BUSINESS PROPERTY WE
have for sale three pieces of business proper
ty, located in center of the city and on the
very best streets, that belongs to a party
whose health demands an immediate change.
It is no longer a question of making money,
or of getting what the property is worth, but
it is a question of health, and hence we will
smjM It at a great sacrifice. But .ery little
t loney is required dovv n. The property is
rented, and will be sold separately or as a
whole. For one piece we ask $0000
$3000 cash, balance in August. 1S38. For an
c'her we ask $10.000 fCOOO cash, balance In
ItX". Tor another we ask $35,000-? 10.000
cash, balance in lhOC. One ot Portland's lead
.!g brokers valued the latter at $00,000, when
the preseut loan of $25,000 was obtained upon
i' a vear or two since. DeLashmutt & Son,
200 Stark sU
LOANS AT LOWEST RATES
TMaie promptly on mortgages and first-class
notes. F. V. Andrews ft Co., 131 Third st.
MONEY TO LOKN
On approved personal or collateral security:
warrants, notes, time checks, certificates of de
posit and other good paper discounted.
EUGENE D. WHITE ft CO.. 1st and Alder.
MOSEY TO LOAN
On Improved city property. Russell,
Mncleod A Blyth, tii TUird St., cor.
At 612 Second st itake Third-street car to tlw
I ouse- The entire furniture, carpets, stoves,
c... of 10-room h-mx Sale at 10 o'clock sharp.
GEO BVKEit ft CO.. Auctioneers.
TIMBER LANDS CHEAP.
$140--64rt . re, on Hood river.
2000 40 acr. at Mount Hood.
2000 440 acrw in the Sndy rivw.
1n00 4ii acre-. n the Ctackamas.
1750 -t40 acres, on the Mola'tn.
li00- AtMt cter, on Butte crewk
lv HV .4 aor. on Rock ere.
17V1- - acti. n th LuckuimtH.
1750--4 wtw. on tb "aqufna river.
J 'JO- 4W0 actv on the Vihwn river.
Jooo -t seres, on the Ixwt Nebaiem rtvr.
lvn. 4,io acre-, on the Sattttnm rivec.
1MK triU si-rets R the CUKto4n riipr.
ltooni 21 Hamilton Building.
1 aviug leen appointed receiver of the loct
1' i Sav ing bank, in liquidation, by Han L.
B Stern. hit of department No 3, with Jn
s'ru 'tone to cl-e iqi its butiiwec as rapidlv no
possible, and having Hied m rejort with lh
judge, notK Is hrebv given ta all debtors of
"ie oanK. 10 inK- prompt settlement oc tneir
obligations at rax oiuo. No. 3UB Portland Sav
ings Bank building, cor Second and WHstolag
t n i-. to the end that the bank ma)- pa its
cut) debut. This is imperative
O. N DENNY. Receiver
OUR WANTS BOILED DOWN.
A purchr tor a drug store In northern end
ot '". oil), doing a good buins.
V purchaser foe that dlr farm sear Port
land. tn the Columbia river
V purohneer for a poe of bnMness propertx
f - -entrall located that to mention Its locality
w uld set the real eate men all agog to knw
what was up with the owner.
V few purchaser for tbe hundred -doUar
1 -ja City View Park addition, away this side
cf e wood, on the Oreon Cttj electric Itee.
v -jrohaFCr h"1 hv-acrc tract four miles
t.jtust of the ctt for tGM. at sis yer acre.
purchaser tor those small tracts of ours Hi
JVaverton at ?100 per acre.
V purchaser for a few of tfcose ftve-acre tracts
be wiping to the Johnson uatate, near Road
j..,o in W&sfetogfctHi n4-.
DE XASUMOTX & SON. a StarU .
WE HAVE SOME VERT DESIRABLE RESI
dence lots on Vaughn, between 21st and 23d.
belonging to Johnson estate, 'which we will
sell for one-half w hat Is asked for lots around
them, street improvements made, low lay two
to three feet above grade. Will be sold on easy
terms. No one offering nicer quarter Woeks
for $2500. DeLashmutt & Son. 209 Stark st.
TEX THOUSAND DOLLARS IX FIRST
mortgagee on Eastern Oregon farms, to trade
for Portland property. They range all the
way from $500 up. are drawing Interest, and
are all well secured. For particulars call on
or address DeLashmutt & Son. 209 Stark St.
BEGINNINGJAXUARY". I WILL WITHIN
10 days elose out rav- entire stock of milli
nery goods, regardless of cost. C. A. Lescher,
84 Morrison st.
ADVERnS.NG RATES IN CUSSIF.ED COLUMN
'For Rent Room and "Employ
ment Wanted." 1 cent a word each
insertion: under all other headings,
cents a. word first insertion and 1
cent a. -word eucli anbae'iucnt Inser
tion. All clamtlfied nrtverfisement of
less than fifteen words counted and
chnrged oa fifteen vrordsi over fif
teen words, anything leas than flie
words counted and charged as five
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
TIIIRTEENACRES. 11 MILES EAST OF
Portland, on Base Line road. 3 acres in m
tlvation; house and bam: price $S50; murt be
sold to settle up an estate. DeLashmutt t
Son. 209 Stark si.
FOR SALE NEAR CITY. ON MOUNT SCOTT
mtor line. 43 acres, or any part of it. the
land Is cleared: water pnd 5-cent fare; eaej
terms. Inquire Charles E. Stewart. Imperial
THREE HOUSES AXD TWO LOTS. OX 14TH
and J (Couch addition), for $9000. will trade it
for a farm. There is a mortgage of $2(500.
and v.e want to trade it subject to the mort
gage. DeLashmutt . Son. 200 Stark st.
FOR SALE TWO TRACTS OF LAND THE
S. E. Vl of sec 24, township 1C S., R. 1 W.,
1G0 acres, and the S. W. H of sec 20, town
ship 10 S . R. 1 E.. 100 acres. Address Gust
Brcham, Port Blakeley. Wash.
ABOUT 25 FARMSIN YAM1HLL COUNTY,
the garden spot of Oregon; all sizes, shapes
and prices. Come and take your pick. De
Lashmutt ft Son, 209 Stark at.
IMMENSE BARGAINS LOTS. ACREAGE,
farms, 0-ccnt fare. O. R. Additon. Lent's Or..
at St. Charles hotel, city, from 4 to C:30 P. M.
Large and small tracts of land, on easy terms;
labor accepted as part payment. Franklin
Fruit Land Co.. Port. Savings Bank building.
FOR SAIlE 320 ACRES. AT $4. NEAR RAIL
road. Yamhill count; part exchange. I. G.
Davidson, 132& Third at.
BARGAIN-QUARTER BLOCK. 3 COTTAGES.
East 11th St.; car line. Call 20S Portland Sav
FIVE ACRES NEAR JIT. TABOR. AT A
bargain. S. B. Rlggen ft Co,. SiVi Third St..
FOR SALE A BARGAIN HIGHLY 1M
proved fruit farm. Address II 3J, cure Ore
gonlan. FREE ILLUSTRATED CIRCULARS OF
cheap land. M. Griflin. Cottonwood, CaU
FOR RENT FARMS.
TOR RENT 23 ACRES; 12 ACRES IN CUL
tlvatlon; house and well: one mile from
Lent's P. O. Inquire of L Vanduyn, room 714
Chamber ot Commerce.
FOR RENT 120 ACRES, 3 MILES FROM
Portland; all in cultivation; good buildings;
would make a good dairy. DeLashmutt &
Son, 209 Stark st.
320-ACRE HIGHLY IMPROVED FARM. ONE
mile from railroad town in middle Western
elate; good soil, level land; well watered;
price, $10,000; will trade for Improved farm
property, near Portland preferred: might as
sume some incumbrance M. Walton. 714
Chamber of Commerce.
COMPETENT TEACHER WILL GIVE PIANO,
violin or vocal lessons in exchange for first
class white sewing. Address F. W., care Ore
gonlan. Los Angeles and Southern Cal. property for
Oregon or Portland property. John Campbell,
P. O. box 430. Los Angeles. CaU
I WILL EXCHANGE A FIRST-CLASS FRUIT
farm for inside Portland propert3 Address
X 38. care Oregonlan.
SEVERAL CHOICE FARMS. TO TRADE FOR
city property. E. P. lllckson, 51 Sherlock
TO EXCHANGE A LOT IX ASTORIA, FOR
piano. A. M., care Oregonlan.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
YOURMONEY.WlTH 20o"PER CENT
profit Long lease at nominal rent of Improved
water power, with ample ground for fac
tories: near two flourishing towns and two
railroads; In the finest farming district of the
famous Willamette valley, the garden spot of
this continent: available for pulp mill, paper
mill, electric road or lighting, saw mill, sash
and door factories, box factories or any kind
of manufacturing; has been used for driving
smatl saw and planing mill, which will be
sold, with lease, or reserved, at option of pur
chaser. Address box 139, Springfield, Or.
$2500 WILL BUY A WELL - EQUIPPED
lodging-house of 30 rooms, on Third St., doing
a good business. DeLashmutt ft Son, 20J
SECOND-HAND MACHINERY: DANA. AL
bee & Walker now occupy their new prem
ises. East Wuter st, cor. Taylor.
"WANTED A GOOD IMPROVED FARM,
exchange for well-Improved city propert.
R. Hlckson. 31 Sherlock building.
$75 WILL BUY' A NEW TOTAL ADDING
cash register. Call 321 Washington 6t-, North
west Electric Engineering Co.
FOR SALE A HORSE. HARNESS AND
light delivery wagon. Call at 375 Washington
FOR SALE A FINE UPRIGHT PIANO. IN
good order, cheap. Address O 31', care Ore
gonlan. HPLP WASTED-MALE.
WANTED 200 MEN TO UNLOAD SCHOOn
era. best beer on the coast: 2tjc per schooner.
New York Barrel House. 23i Xorth Third st.
FIRST-CLASS OPENING FOR A MAN WITH
energy and business experience Addres-s L
30, care Oregonlan.
WANTED YOUNG MAX WITH SOME CASH:
$10 week; no experience. S1 North Third,
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
HOUSEWORK-GIRL FOR GENERAL WORK.
Appiy at white cottage, with windmill, at left
of upper step-, on Portland Heights.
HOUSEWORK GERMAN GIRL. TO DO GEX
cral work, must be good cook. 475 Hollnday
ave.. East Side.
HOUSEWORK A GIRL FOR GENERAL
work. Apply Monday morning. 70C Flanders,
HOUSEWORK GIRL TO DO GEXERAL
work. Call at SS0 Ilrst st.
HOUSEWORK GIRL lOR GENERAL WORK.
Inquire Cbd Everett st.
CHAMBERMAID AT 147
Alder and Morrison.
13TH ST.. BET.
WAXTED TO RE.T.
BY GENTLEMAN AND WITE WELL-FFR-msbed
rooms, suitable for tight housekeeping,
private family only, southwest district pre
ferred; reference-. X 37, care Oregonlan.
WANTED TO RENT BY A RESPONSIBLE
partv 5 or room cottage, on East Side, near
ltaimide st. preferred, give full liartlculars.
Address G. C N.. care Orogonian.
GEXTLKMAX AXD WIFE DESIRE HOUSE
keeping room centrally located. Addretu Y
to ..are Oregonlan.
WANTED TO REXT-5-ROOMED COTT.U5E
Andre- with full particulars, stating rent.
10 Fifth .-t.
WANTED jSIISCKLT. NEOVS.
TO BORROW $2500. FOR S Y'EARS. ON GOOD
farm, worth $11,000, principals only need ap
ply. DeLaammutt ft Son. 2u Stark M.
WANTED KOK CAM! HODSEHOLD FUR
ulturc. carpets, etc . to any amount. Apfriy
3M Ahier st. Ceo. Baker ft Co.
WANTED PORTLAND SAYINGS BANK
trtincste.. for cash state iontwt price. Ad
dress D SH. care Orogonhin.
GOOD IMPROVED FARMS. IN EXCHANGE
for improved citv property. E. R. Iftcksoo,
XI Sherlock building
REMINGTON TYPEWRITKR. IX GOOD CON
dltton. for two month. Answer Immediately.
-M Harrison st
I WANT A SMALL COUNTRY STORE. Do
ing a fair business. Addreee E 3. onra Ore
panlan. Han. atom fucrimrc canwrfci. ntut-C clothing,
etc., bought. LveiSer ft 0b, 203 Vnuu
SITUATIONS WANTED 1IALEW
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
SITUATION WANTED BY" BXPERIEXCED
bookkeeper, would act as assistant; also un
derstands shipping well. Rood -writer, refer
ences. A 40, care Oregonlan.
S1TCATIOXS WASTED-3T MAX AXD WIFE
German), city or country; man Is good farm
er, milker, butter-maker, jack of all trade ;
wife is good cook and bouseworker. Address
P 39, care Oregonlan.
SITVATIOX WANTED BY YOUNG JAPAX
ese. is willing to work as domestic helper. Ad
dress K 30. care Oregonlan.
SITUATION WANTED BY AN AMERICAN
woman, as housekeeper; widower or bachelor
preferred; references given and required. 313
SITUATION WANTED AS HOUSEKEEPER,
by a middle-aged lady: references gHen and
required. Mrs. M. J., SOSHi First st.
SITUATIONS WANTED BY TWO SWEDISH
girls; one to do general housework, the other
as upstairs girl. Call at hS North 11th St.,
SITUATION WANTED BY WOMAX. TO DO
chamber work. Call or address 320 Second &U
No objection to leaving the citj.
SITUATION WANTED BY SWEDISH GIRL,
to do general housework, good reference. Call
at Quimby house.
SITUATION WANTED TO DO CHAMBER
work. in hotel or lodging-house. Address A 30,
SITUATION WANTED BY A SWEDISH
girl, to do instairs work. Call at 313 Couch
Stcnocrrnpliers and Tj pevrritcrs.
typewriter and stenographer, or will also do
piece-work. G Stt, care Oregonlan.
SITUATION WANTED NURSING OF ANY
kind, bv an experienced nurse; references
given. Mrs. J. M., 30S- First st.
AT THE NEWCASTLE. COR. THIRD AND
Hurrison sts. Rooms, furnishi-d or unfur
nished; steam, gas, hot baths, free telephone,
dining-room; references. J. D. Hart and C. C
Newcastle, owners. Mrs. Coovert, manager.
AT THE PORTSMOUTH. COR. PARK AND
Alder: very central Nicely furnished, clean,
homelike rooms; baths, parlor, office, tele
phone; furnished housekeeping rooms.
THE RICHMOND, VSSU, YAMHILL. CORXER
Tark Rooms from $G up: also housekeeping
rooms; all newiy furnished; free baths and all
THE BEST FURNISHED AND UNFURXISH
ed single rooms and suites for the money.
Call and be convinced. Room 1, 231Vj Morri
NO REASONABLE OFFER WILL BE RE
fused for either single, suites or housekeep
ing rooms, at the New Plaza. 207 Third st.
THE GOODNOUGH. FIFTH FLOOR FUR
nKhcd rooms, en suite or single; steam heat,
bath and elevator service; gentlemen only.
MORRISON ST.. 384'A, TWO BLOCKS ABOVE
Portland hotel Neatly furnished, homelike
rooms; rent reasonable; board If desired.
SEVENTH ST.. 1851 NICELY FURNISHED
looms, near Portland hotel; er desirable;
fire, bath, etc.; from $5 up.
ALDER ST.. 474 NEWLY FURNISHED
rooms. In private family, with or without
board, very reaonable.
SALMON ST.. 354 ELEGANTLY FCRNISH
ed parlor. aNo other rooms; ga, bath; four
blocks from postoffice.
ELEVENTH ST., 235, COR. MAIN GEXTLE
men will find pleasant rooms, well heated, gas,
bath; $5 to ?S.
JEFFERSON ST.. 207. XEAR THIRD OXE
pleasant furnished room and bath; cheap to
YAMHILL ST.. 2S1H. ABOVE HAT STORE
Neat, quiet, furnished rooms.
SUITES AND SINGLE ROOMS, reasonable:
housekeeping. 2004 1st, Farmers' ft Median.
FOR RENT ISO 4th st. Furnished and unfur
nished rooms, suitable for dressmaking.
WASHINGTON ST.. 313Vi. THE LAFAYETTE
Rooms, $1 50 per week and up.
TENTH ST.. 1CC NICELY rL'RNISHED
rooms; furnace heat. gas. bath.
Rooms 'Willi Hoard.
OXE OR TWO GEXTLEMEX CAX HAVE
board and room (terms moderate) in an es
sentially prlvnte family, with home surround
ings. Address bnovv, care Oregonlan.
FLANDERS ST.. DI0-PORTLAND WOMEN'S
Union boarding-house, for oung women:
terms. Including 10 pieces of washing, $3 to
57 per week, according to room.
TWELFTH ST., 2ft'. TWO NICELY FUIi
nlrhod rooms, with alcove; modern conven
iences; excellent location.
THIRD ST.. 107'A. BETWEEN WASHINGTON
and Stark Nicely furnished rooni3, with or
YAMHILL ST.. H4 rURXISHED ROOMS
for two, and single, with board; gas, bath and
AT THE STERLIXG. 535 COUCH. COR. 1CTH
Large rooms, en suite or single, with table
FOURTEENTH ST.. 2C9. COR. JEFFERSON
Two furnished suites, first floor, with board.
THE WILLIs73Sl TAMHILlTcOrTaVEST
lark Lovely suites and single rooms.
RISLEY LODGING-HOFSE, VA.i MORRISON
st . has reopened under new management,
nicely furnished rooms, from $1 up: also light
housekeeping rooms. Mrs. C. Brjant, Prop.
SEVENTH ST.. 72. NEAR OAK PARLOR,
with kitchen, well furnished, for light house
keeping: bath, heat, piano.
fTrst N DCOLU M BIA STS. SU ITES. fur"
nlshed for housekeeping, only .2 per week, at
the St. George.
TWELFTH ST., 1S7 NICELY FURNISHED
double parlors or the lower floor; also house
FIRST. 372V6 NEWLY FURNISHED OR UN
furnished rooms, for housekeeping: also rooms.
THIRD ST.. 1S&-TWO ROOMS. FURNISH
ed complete for housekeeping, $G.
FOR RENT ELEGANT S-ROOM HOUSE. NO.
12S 13th st.. near Washington, furnace, gas
fixtures in house, frescoed parlors, porcelain
bath and stationary: every convenience, at
low rental to desirable tenant.
THIRD ST. FLATS OF 4. S. 7 OR 15 ROOMS,
opposite putaa. M. C Lyon. 121 First, or H.
Ackerman, 210 Wahlnglon at.
FOR RENT HOUSE 3 ROOMS. CLOSET
and panto: water free; $5. Clinton ft Mc
Coy. 2S4 Morrison.
FOR RENT HOUSE. 33 11TIL S ROOMS,
laige yard. R. L. Gllsan. 420 Cliamber cf
FOR RENT HOUSES AND STORES IN ALL
parte of dty. Henry Ackerman. 210 Wash
FOR RENT 5-ROOM HOUSE. 571 SEVENTH,
and 5-roorn bouse, 310 Grant. Inquire at 34)0
FOR RENT 5-ROOM HOUSE. 354 LINCOLN:
S-rootn house. 338 Lincoln. Inquire 300 Grant.
For rent-s-room house, tti hoyt st..
itear 2Sd. Apply at 40 Second St., cor. Ash.
FIRST ST.. NEXT FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
and Sftinxm near Third. Inquire M. C Lyon.
124 Flmt. or H. Ackerman, 249 Washington st.
rOR RENT STORES 47 FIRST ST. AND4C
Second St.: 25x2o0. R. L. Gllsan, 420 Cham
mr of Commerce.
rOR RENT STORE. 273 WASHINGTON ST.
Inquire at 110 Fourth st.
LOST AND POIND.
$iu REWARD I WILL GIVE A REWARD
of $IU fur the arrest nnd conviction of any
peron aught stealing the Daily or Snnday
Oregonlan south ot Alder st. South Route
LOST A BLUE BBLDBN ENGLISH SETTER
pup. S months ohi; answers to "Sport." Lib
eral reward paid for return to R. W. Schmeer
at Alnsworth National bank.
LOST DLVMOND SCREW-EARRING. FROM
l"nrk and Oak to 12th ami Stark sts. Finder
ptent-e Veavv at thfcs oflicc and receive a re
vmrd. STRAYED BROWN HORSE: LUMP ON
belly, rough shod; had oa halter. J. H.
SMel4s, Mania villa. Or.
LOST ON DC. 4-A DLVMOND STICK-PIN.
Pinner rewarded hy returning, .to 391 Seventh
A. C Emmons. W. S. Smith. R. W. Emmons.
EMMONS. SMITH ft EMMONS.
Portland. Or. Seattle. Wash.
GEORGE, GREGORY DI"N"1WAY,
M. C George. W . M. Gregory. R. R. Dunlway.
Chamber of Commerce. Portland. Or,
J. S. WTNCHE3TER. ATTOREXY-AT-LAW,
44 Sherlock bldg. .Portland, Or. Notary Public
Chiropodists and 3Ianlcurcs.
MRS. DR. ADAMS. CHIROPODIST, MANI
cure and pedicure parlors, Raleigh building.
Sixth and Washington sts.
ENGINEERING SCHOOL Civ 11. electrical,
mining mach'n, survey, assay, architect: est.
1SG4. A. Vander Xaillen. 223 Market, San Fr.
PRACTICAL ENGINEERING SCHOOL. 203
Goodnough bldg.. Portland, Or.; day, eienlng.
WHGS. BEARDS. ETC WHOL. & RETAIL;
all stales of ladies hair goods and hair jew
elry. J- J. Borg. 350 Washington st.
PARIS HAIR STORE REMOVED FROM 5TH
and Alder to 30b Washington, bet. 3th and Cth.
ESPECIAL SOUTHERN LADY GIVES MAG
netlc massage, with alcohol and perfume bath;
refreshing and reJtful. gentlemen'B patronage
requested. Room &1 New Dekum building,
cor. Third and Washington.
MRS. HELM AND ASSISTANT; BATHS AXD
sclentflc massage. IS Raleigh building, cor.
Sixth and Wash-ngton.
Mediums and Clnir-v o nuts.
MRS. L. F. PRIOR. TRANCE AXD Busi
ness medium, of San Francisco, will tie in
the city for a short time; consultations dally;
hours, A. M. Wo P. 1J. Parlor 24, No.
2113 1st st.
MRS. NELSON READS HEADS AND HANDS,
tells past, present and future. Room 6 The
Templeton. 2004 First St., cor. Tajlor.
GYPSY QUEEN FORTUNE - TELLER LA
dles, 30c; gentlemen, $1. 207 Salmon st.
MEDIUMOGU" FIRST ST., THE TEMPLE
ton, rooms 15-10.
MRS. FRANK WEBSTER HINSDALE WILL
open the term for vocal instructions Jan. 1.
For Information call or add. The Hill, morn s.
COOK'S MUSICAL INSTITUTE. The Abington.
MRS. ADDIE R. SMITH. TEST MEDIUM.
1814 First st,. parlor 22.
Money to Loan.
MONEY TO LOAN OX HOUSEHOLD GOODS,
personal security or good collaterals. S. W.
ICING, formerly of OId3 & King, room 45
Washington building. S. E. cor. 4th and Wash.
MONEY TO LOAN LONG OR SHORT-TIME
personal security: also mortgages. I-Javid S.
Stearns, 24G Washington st.
MONEY TO LOAN ON SHORT TIME ON ALL
kinds of security. Call on the Pacific Loan ft
Trust Co., rooms 30 and 37 Sherlock building.
Third and Oak sts.
BONDS AND WARRANTS OF OREGON,
Washington and Idaho bought and sold.
Cruthers ft Morris, 30S Chamber of Com.
MONEY LOANED ON FURNITURE. PIANOS,
salaries, real estate, or any good securities;
warrants or time-checks bought: easy terms.
F. W. Graves, S14-13-1C Chamber Commerce.
IMMEDIATE LOANS ON CHATTELS, REAL
estate and other securities; warrants bought.
Dave A. Epsteyn, CIS Chamber of Commerce.
MONEY LOAXED: certificates of the Oregon.
Northwest and Portland banks bought; war
rants cashed. Koreff, i Chamber of Com.
MONEY TO LOAN $2500 ON CITY PROP
erty. West Side, for two or three years. De
Lashmutt ft Son, 201) Stark st.
LIFE INSURANCE POLICIES PURCHASED
at highest prices. Address C. E. Warrens, 313
Chamber of Commerce.
MONEY TO LOAN-ON CHATTELS OR ANY
satisfactory security. C. W. Pallett, 45 Mc
$20 ToT?500TO LOAN ON FURNITURE OR
good collateral. II. Mann ft Co., room 00 The
THIRTY AND NINETYpDAY LOANS: SUMS
to suit. W. IL Nuna, room 11 Washington
MONEY TO LOAN IX SUMS TO SUIT; NOTES
and mortgages, bought. R. I. Ecker3on &Co.,
room 10. Washington building.
$3000 TO LOAX OX WEST SIDE CEXTRAL
property for from one to live years. De
Lashmutt ft Son, 209 Stark st.
TO LOAX $1500 OX IMPROVED CITY TROP
crty. East or West Side. DeLashmutt ft Son,
200 Stark st.
Money to loan on chattels or satisfactory per
sonal security. R. A. Trame, &J The Dekum.
MONEY" TO LOAX OX CHATTELS OR AXY
good security. M. A. Zcllg, 513 Cham, of Com.
$3000 TO LOAN ON IMPROVED WEST SIDE
property. $2500 to loan on city property.
$1500 to loan on improved city property. Also
small sums, ranging from $500 to $3000. De
Lashmutt ft Son. 200 Stark st.
A RARE BARGAIN FINELY FURNISHED
brick lodglng-houve of 40 rooms, all on one
floor; will sell at less than Iialf cost; situated
in the most central location in Portland, and
doing a. good business; transient trade pays
the rent. Will take half In trade, or make
easy terms. Must be sold, on account or sick
ness. Address Y S, care Oregonlan.
TO TRADE A TINE FARM OF 100 ACRES,
In blue grass; a five hours' ride from Kansas
Cit, Mo., and notes for $1000. secured by two
farms In San Diego county, California, anl
due In March this jcar, for some good-pajing
business or property in Portland or Oregon
City. E. J. McCormlck. 207 Third st.
OLDEST AXD BEST HOTEL IX PORTLAND
for sale on easy terms; or will trade for other
property: owner has grown old and rich In
the business, and wishes to retire and take
things easy. This is a splendid chance for a
young man. DeLashmutt ft Son. 209 Stark
FOR SALE HALF-INTEREST IN A TIRST
claasj general merchandise store, to competent
man, to conduct the business, in one of the best
Valley towns; stock about $12,000, no agents.
Address B 3S, care Oregonlan.
rOR SALE A GOOD-PAYING HARDWARE
business In one of the best towns In the Wil
lamette alley. Address Hardware, care Ore
gonlan. FOR SALE COUNTRY STORE: INVOICES
about S5000, general utock; good business;
might trade for real, oetate. J J, care Orego
nlan. FOR SALE CHEAP A CIGAR STORE. DO
Ing good business; must sell at once. Inquire
24tit Morrison st.
HERMAN METZGER. PURCHASER OF
hides, pelts, furs, wool and tallow, and gen
eral commission merchant. Front St., near
Main, Purtland, Or. Liberal cash advances
TAYLOR. IYOUXG ft CO.. SHIP BROKERS
and commission merchants. Overland Ware
house, ccr. Fourth and D sts.
ALLEN ft LEWIS. COMMISSION AND PROD
uce merchants. Front and D sts., Portland. Or.
Sutton ft Beebe, commission, insurance, clipper
ships from New York; steel rails, pig iron.
H. E.BATTIN ft CO.. COMMISSION MER
cliants and produce dealers. 134 Front st.
J. O'CONNOR, GROCERIES AND COMMIS
skin, cor. Front and Alder sts.
AUCTION" AND COMMISSION.
A. B. RICHARDSON
Office, 21C Washington St., bet. 2d and 3d.
Residence at the cor. of Fifth and College sts.
LE VTIIER FINDINGS.
THE GEORGE LAWRENCE CO. WHOLE
sale saddlers and harness manufacturers.
Leather and saddlery hardware. 74 Front st.
HBRBERT BRADLEY ft CO.. 73 FRONT ST..
importers of shoe manufacturers' goods, shoe
store supplies, blackings, dressings, etc.
ing to dispo6e of. address 231 Burnslde st.
CONSTIPATION INJURES THE COMPLEX
lon: u-e Carfr's Ltttle Liver Pills.
BLUMAUER-FRANK DRUG CO.. CORNER
Fourth and Morrison sts.. Portland, Or.
SNKLL. HEITSHU & WOODARD CO., ES-
taVHshetl ia 1551. rcrtland, Or
WANTED ALL USERS OF LEATHER BELT
lng to know that they can have their old belts
repaired and made as good as new, at the
Portland Belt Shop. A stock ot first-class
water - proofed beltlns constantly on hand.
Agents for the Cocheco Lace Leather. C A
ft W. L. Bryant. 27 North First St.. near
Francis Bros. Brass castings and finished work
made to order; blacksmtthlng. and machinery
repaired. 2S2 East Water st. Telephone 5vw-
Coal and "Wood Yards.
COOS BAY COAL CO.. DEALERS IX COAL
and wood: coal from $3 .10 to $13 SO per ton.
Office. 230 Second st. Telephone 011.
Dissolution of Copartnership.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP SAN
Francisco. December 31. 1MH The firm of
Mejer. Wilson & Co . San Francisco. Califor
nia, and Portland. Oregon, and Wilson. Meyer
& Co., LUerpool. .unglanu, mercnanis o.in
commission agents, of which the undersigned
hae been the sole partners, haie this day
been dissolved through dilution of time. The
business will be continued by the undersigned.
In conjunction with each other, under th
same st le and at the same places, but for th
separate and indl idual accounts of Mr. Meyer
atone as Mever. Wll"on &. Co.. at San Fran
cisco, California, and Portland. Oregon, and
Mr. Wilson alone as 'Wilson. Meyer & Co
at Llierpool. The settlement of alt pending
affairs, of the old firm will be attended to b
Meer, Wilon i Co.. in San Franclfco. tall
fornla. and Portland. Oregon, and by "W llson,
Meer S. Co., in LKerpooI. England.
HERMANN L. E. MEYER. San Francisco.
JOHN WILSON. Lherpool.
210 Battery fct. San Francisco. Cal- Jan
uarj 1. lbSC Referring to the above dissolu
tion of partnership. I beg to advise that the
business will be continued as Mejer, Wilson a:
Co.. San Francisco. California, and Mejer.
Wilson ft Co.. Portland. Oregon, and that I
have this day admitted Mr. George Mejer. of
San Francisco. California, as a partner In the
San Francisco and Portland firms, ami th.it
Mejer. AVilson ft Co. have authorized Mr. Al
fred Tucker, of Portland, Oregon, to sign the
firm name by procuration.
HERMANN L. E. MEYER.
BEDROCK GROCERY CO.. 10TH AND EV
erett sts.. sells 20 pounds granulated sugar for
$1; ham, 10c: eggs. 25c: lard. Sc; Hour. 55c;
3 cans corn. 25c; M. and M. tea. 15c; S bars
soap. 25c: pounds raisins, 25c; sirup, 30c
per gal. Country orders sMiclted.
PACIFIC IRON WORKS HEINTZ ft CO.
cor. 2d and D sts.. manufacturers machines,
blacksmith and foundry wks. building fronts.
PROPOSALS FOR 5200.000 WATER BONDS
or Astoria, Oregon Office of the Water Com
mission of the city of Astoria, Oregon, De
cember 4, 1MJ4 Sealed proposals, addressed
to the clerk of the water commlslson of the
city of Astoria, Oregon, will be received at this
office until January 10, 1&03, at two (2) o'clock
P. M., for two hundred thousand (200,000) dol
lars of the bonds of said city, in denomina
tions of one thousand (1000) dollars each,
dated January 1, 1!;0.", pajable thirty (30)
j ears after date, bearing interest at the rate
of five (5) per cent per annum, pajable on the
first dajs of January and July of each jcar.
Principal and Interest are to be paid In U. S.
gold coin, at New York city, N. Y. Said bonds
are to be paid for and delivered to the pur
chaser on the following dates and in the fol
April 1, 1S85 $75,000
July 1. Ih05 75,000
October 1, 1805 50.000
The bidder to pay the accrued interest from
January 1, 1S05. to the date of delivery. In
addition to the price bid. These bond-, arc to
be Issued under authority of an act of the leg
islative asvembly of the state or Oregon,
passed February lb. 1S01. The proceeds are
to be used for the construction of water works,
and will be delivered, with coupons attached
for Interest from January 1. lb'JS. The suc
cessful bidder will be required to deposit
within forty-eight (43) hours after the award
of the contract an approved and cer
tified check for five (3) per cent of the
' par aluc of the bonds, payable at As
toria. Oregon, to the order or the clerk of
the water commission of the citv of Astoria.
Oregon, as liquidated damages in case the
bidder should fail or neglect to take and pay
for the bonds according to the terms of the
proposal, advertisement and contract. The
water commission reserves the right to re
ject any or all bids. The sealed envelopes
containing proposals should be addressed to
the undersigned, and marked "Proposals for
purchase of water bonds." By order of the
water commission ot the citv of Astoria, Ore
gon. H. G. VAN DUSEN.
Clerk of the Water Commission.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS SEALED PRO
posals, addressed to H. G. Van Dusen, clerk,
and indorsed "Proposals for construction of
Astoria Water Works " with name of party
submitting bid,, will be received by the water
commission of the city of Astoria. Oregon,
until two (2) o'clock P. M. of the 10th day of
January". lhU3, for the supplying of labor and
materials for the construction of a complete
system of water works, involving the follow
ing items: Diverting works; a gravity con
duit, consisting of 7& miles of 18-inch wood
stave pipe, 3 miles of 10-Inch and 1 mile of
14-inch steel riveted pipe; a C.OOO.OOO-gallon
reservoir; a masomy-hned tunnel 900 feet In
length, and a distributing system, requiring
2t,W)0 feet of new pipe: 30,000 feet of pipe
laying; 01 hydrants, gates, and all appurtenr
ances necessary to make a complete system.
Plans ure on file at the office of the water
commission, and specifications and form for
proposa's can be obtained by application to
the clerk W. W. PARKER. Chairman.
A. L. ADAMS, R. C. GEMMELL. Engrs.
II. G. VAN DUSEN, ClerK.
Astoria, Or., December 4, ISO I.
INVENTIONS QUICKLY PATENTED AND
sold: expert service; lowest charges: highest
Portland ref.; handbooks free. Edgar Tate &
Co., Attorneys, 245 Broadway, New York.
E. F. Shaffer ft Co.. felt, composition and gravel
roofing; dealers In all kinds of roofing ma
terial, sheathing, felts, etc ISO Madison st.
PORTLAND ASPHALTUM CO.. GRAVEL
and asphalt roofers, repairing promptly at
tended to. Telephone 1(51.
Jesse Waddell. successor to Berger ft Waddell,
sign and ornamental painter, 231 Second st.
Tel. 579. Mr. Berger has retired from business.
STORAGE OF ANY DESCRIPTION CAX BE
had reasonably at Pacific dock. Xos. 22(5 anil
228 Front st. Advances made If desired
WALL PAPER. 10c PER DOUBLE ROLL. AT
Schotield ft Morgan's, 192 Third st.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE
of Oregon, for Multnomah county in the mat
ter of the estate of Elizabeth Lewlston. de
ceasedWhereas, Elizabeth Lew Iston died on or
about the day of February. 1893. and D. F.
Sherman was duly appointed administrator of
her estate by the county court of Oregon, for
Multnomah county, and whereas, said Eliza
beth Lewlston. at the time of her death, was
indebted to sundry persons, firms and corpora
tions, and since her death said D. F bhtr
man Incurred an indebtedness to various firms,
per-ons and corporations in the running and
management of the International Hotel, said
hotel being a part of the assets of said es
tate, and the claims presented against said
estate being of two classes: claims existing
against Elizabeth Lewlston a the time of her
death, and claims Incurred bv D. F. Sher
man, administrator: and whereas, F. K.
Strong is now the duly appointed administra
tor of said estate since the resignation or D.
F Sherman as administrator, and whereas.
L. H. Allen and C II Lewis, co-partners doing
business as Allen ft Lewis and I. Lang, E.
Lang, Max Lang and Louis Lang. 10-partners
as Lang ft Co , are claimants herein, and by
their attorneys. Cor. Cotton. Teal ft Minor,
have petitioned the above court for an order
requiring and directing the administrator. F.
R. Strong, to pay their claims in full; and
whereas, doubts have arisen as to the propri
et of claims against said estate and claims in
curred bv the administrator. D F Sherman, and
It being doubtful it salu estate will have suf
ficient assets in the hands of the administra
tor, V R. Strong, to pay the indebtedness of
the' estate and ot the former administrator in
full, and the court leing desirous or having
all 'persons Interested In saUl estate, as cred
itors or otherwise, to have a full hearing in
the premises, so that proper orders may b
made concerning th premises, it is liereby
ordered that all creditors, and all persons in
tere"ted In said estate as creditors or other
wise, appear and show caue In this court
ana eau-e on the 10th day of January. 1M5.
at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day. why -ald
claims of Allen ft Lewis and Lang ft Co.
aforesaid, should not be paid, and other
claims incurred by said D. I". Sherman, ad
ministrator, and their objections make if any
they have, to the payment of said claims. It
Is further ordered that publication of this order
andnoticeof said hearing be made in The Daily
Oregonlan. a newspaper printed and pub
lished in the city, once a week, for the period
of three successive weeks.
H. H. NORTHUP. Judge.
December 11, 1S4.
In pursuance of the above order, all cred
itors of the estate are requsted to appear In
lierson or bv attorney at the time and plaee
In the order et forth. FRED. R. STRONG,
Administrator of the Estate of Elizabeth
JAMES GLEASON. Attorney for Adwir.
THE PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT
I will not h responsible for any debts con
tracted by my wife. Ijouise C Nelson, as she
lias left my bed and board. P. A. Nelson.
UMBRELLAS MADE, repaired and recovered.
Meredith, 1SS 3d, near McrrUoa, Xo agent:.
NOTICE THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEET
lng ot the shareholders ot the Commercial
National Bank will be held on Tuesday. Jan
uary S. 1SS3. In the directors room ot the
bank. In the Portland Savtng3 bank building.
cor Second and Washington sts.. Portland.
Oregon, at 10:30 A. M.. for the purpose of
electing a board of directors for the ensuing
year and the transaction of such other busi
ness as may legally come before the meeting.
Edw. Cooklngham. Cashier.
STOCKHOLDERS MEETING THE REGU
lar annual meeting ot the stockholders ot the
Northwest Fire ft Marine Insurance Company
will be held Wednesday. January 1G, 1S95. at
the Chamber of Commerce building, room No.
524. Portland. Oregon, at 10:30 A. M., for the
purpose of electing a board of directors for
the ensuing year, and the tran-saetion of such
othr ousiness as may properly come before
the meeting. H. M. GRANT. Sec
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY
120 First Street.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AXD PROFITS. $305,000
A general trust company and banking" busi
BENJ. I. COHEN .,... President
II. L. PITTOCK. L. G. CI.ARKE VIee-Pre.
E. J. ALTSTOCK. J. O. GOLTRA...Secroturi.-s
COMMERCIAL NATIONAL. BANK
PAID UP CAPITAL. $500,000 00.
President JOHN J. VALENTINE
Vice-President R- L. DURHAM
Cashier EDWARD COOKESGHAM
Assistant Cashier R. M. DOOLY
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSI
NESS. Sight exchange and telegraphic transfers sold
on New York, Boston, Chicago, Omaha. St.
Paul, St. LcuU, Kansas City. Denver and San
Exchanges sold on principal cities in Eu
rope, and on Hong Kong. Collections a spe
laitv BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Incorporated by Royal Charter 1SG2.
PAID-UP CAPITAL ?S2M50
Heed office. GO Lombard street. London.
Branches PortUnd, San Francisco. Seattle.
Tacoma. and lu British Columbia. Victoria.
Vancouver. Nevr Westminster. Nanalmo. Kam-
A General Banking and Exchange Business
transacted. Leans made. Bills discounted.
Commercial credits granted. Deposits received
on current account, subject to check. Interest
paid on time deposits.
J. V.. CURTIS. Acting Manager.
LADD & TILTON. BANKERS
Established in 1839.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Interest allowed 'on time deposits.
Collections mads at all points on favorabl
Letters of credit Issued available 1 Europe
and the Eastern States.
Sight Exchange and Telegraphic Transfers
sold on New York. Washington. Chicago. bL
Louis, Demer. Omaha. Sin Francisco, and
various points In Oregon. Washington. Idaho,
Montana, and British Columbia.
Exchange sold on London, Paris, Berlin,
Frankfort and Hong Kong.
UERCHANTS' NATIONAL RANK
J. LOEWENBERG President
J. FRANK WATSON Vice-President
H. F. McELROY Cash er
R. W. HOYT Asst Cashier
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING
Interest paid on time deposits.
Drafts and letters of credit Issued, avallabli
in all parts of the world.
COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY
FIRST NATIONAL BAXK
OF PORTLAND. OR.
Designated Depository" and Financial Agent of
of the United States.
President HENRY TAILING
Vice-President H. W. CORBETT
Cashier G. E. W1THINGTON
Assistant Cashier J- W. NEWKIRK
Second Assistant Cash'er W. C ALORD
Letters of credit Issued, available In Europe
and the Eastern States.
Sight exchange and telegraphic transfers sold
on New York, Boston, Chicago. St. Louis, St.
Paul. Omaha. San Francisco and the principal
points in the Northwest.
Sight and time bills drawn in sums to suit
on London. Paris. Berlin. Frankfort-oa-the-Maln.
Collections made on favorablo terms at all
LONDON AXD SAN FRANCISCO BANK
LIMITED. Authorized Capital , $3,500,000
Paid up 2,450.000
Reserve fund 500.000
Head office. 73 Lombard street. London.
This bank transacts a general banking and
exchange business, makes loans, dlscojnts bills
and issues commercial and travelers credits,
available in any city in the world.
Chamber of Commerce building. Third and
W. MACKINTOSH. Manager.
AINSWORTH NATIONAL BANK
OF FORTLAND, Cor. Third and Oak Sts.
L. L. HAWKINS, President: W. K. SMITH,
Vice-President; J. P. MARSHALL, Cashier.
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Exchange bought and sold on all the princi
pal cities In Europe. Alo facilities for tele
graphic transfers. Collections made on favor
able terms on all accessible points.
SAI'E DEPOSIT DEPARTMENT
Connected with the bank. Safes rented on easy
terms. THE UXITSD STATES XATIOXAL BANK-
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Drafts issued available in a'i cities of thi
United States and Europe.
President DONALD MACLEA1
First Vice-President ..TYLER WOODWARC
Second Vice-President JACOB KAMJI
.h..P PHANK C. MIl.l.EP
THAMES AXD MERSEY
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY
Agency In Portland at No. 2
Reserve fund (in addition) ..
Deposit in Oregon
3 Washington st.
ALLEX&" LEWIS. WHOLES ALlToROCERs!
cor. North Front anil D sts.. Portland. Or.
EAST AND SOUTHEAST.
EAST AND SOUTHEAST.
VIA. THE UNION PACIFIC SYSTEM.
VIA THE UNION PACIFIC SYSTEM.
Through Pullman Palace Sleepers. Tourist
Sleepers and Free Reclining Chair Cars
DAILY TO CHICAGO.
DAILY TO CHICAGO.
CITY TICKET OFFICE.
133 THIRD ST., COB. ALDER. PORTLAND.
R. W. BAXTER. E. S. VAN KUBAN,
Gen. Agent. City Pass, ft T. Agt.
SHORT LIXE EAST
The Great Northern owiw aad operates Its
entire equipment. Its Palace Sleeping Cars and
Family Tourist Sleepers, attached to O. R. ft
N. trains. Ieae Portland every evening at 7.00
Direct Route io Spokane. Kootenai country.
Flathead Valley. Montana points, St. PauL
Minneapolis. Chicago and East.
For Tickets, printed matter and other Infor
mation, apply to C C. Donavan, General Agnt.
1114 Third at.. Portland, or address V. L Whit
ney, G. P. ft T. A, 3t. Paul, Minn
Trains leave and an due to arrive at, Portlaa!:
LEAVE FROM JAN. L 1835. ARttI3S
I f OVERLAND Expres3l
balem, Rdseburg. sh- 1 1
8-15 PA! J Iad.bacramentaOsa'n, .,8.3o AM
o.As M.-Jj fxaucisco, Mojave, f a", -"
l Los Angeles. El Paso.
I IXew Orleans and Eas;J I
8:S0 AMIRoseburg and way stations 4:33 Pit
, f Via Woodburn for Mr.1 I
Dally ' J Angel, allverton. Wes: j Pally
ex-ept itbcio. B ro vvnsvi He. I i except
fcuaday. j iSprlngtield and Natron J i Sunday.
( ileiweeii Portland aud'k 1
i "-uvenon cany trains, k
J I except tunday. J!
t7:30 AMtorvaIl.saud way staUonv; 5:33 PM
X 4:J0 PM'vicMtnnv lilts, way sUUlouaj: 8:25AM
2ally. 'Dally except Sunday.
DELING CARS ON OGDEN ROUTS.
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS-
SECOND-CLASS SLEEPIXG CVR3
Attached to all through, trains.
Through Ticket Offlce. 134 First street, wher
through tickets to all points In the Eastern
States. Canada and Europe can be obtained
at lowest rates faom J. B. KIRKLAXD. Tlckc
All above trains arrive and depart frora
Grand Central Station. Fifth and I streets.
OREGONIAN AXD PORTLAND ft YAMHILIi
Passenger Depot, foot of Jefferson stre-t
Leave for OSWEGO (week days at .007:20v
10:13 A. M.. 12:15, 1:55. 5:13. 0:30. S.00 P. M
and at HUJO P. M. (oa Saturday only).
Arrive at Portland 7:10. S.30. 11:23 A. M.,
1.30. 4:15, C:20. 7:40, 9.05 P. M.
Leave for SHERIDAN (weete days) at 4:3a
P. M. Arrive at Portland 0:30 A. M.
Leave for AIRLIC Monday. Wednesday ana
Friday at 0:40 A. M. Arrive at Portland Tues
day. Thursday and Saturday at 3:05 P. M.
Sunday tralrs for OSWEGO leave at 7:30.
3:00, 11:00 A. M.. 12:40. 2.00, 3:30, 5:00. 6:50 P.
M. Arrive at Portland at S:40, 10:30 A. M
12.15. 1.30. 3:15. 4-45. 0.30. 7:55 P. M.
Ferry connects with all trains for Sellwood.
E. P. ROGERS.
Asst. Gen F. ft P. Agt.
FOR AIL POITS EAST.
LUTE DFTOT mill 1VJ I ST3. 1 limiTl
Tho Fast Mall, vial
Lake Omaha orKan-1
sas City, or via "spo- I
k a n e. H inneapolig I
and St. Paul, with
throusrh servico to I
7-30 P. M.
For Pend'eton. Lai
Walla Walla. Dav- 1
S :00 A.M.
"i ton. Colfax. Pull- f
I man, Moscow and I
I Idaho minine noints. I
f Local Mixed Tralui
J for Hood Kiver. Tha
1 Dalies nnd intermo- f
S :00 AM
! Idiate stations. J
Through Pullman Sleepers, Tourist Sleepers
and Reclining - Chair Car3 are attached to
OCEAN AND RIVER SCHEDULES.
COLUMBIA RIVER ROUTE.
Two-boat service for Astoria and way polnts-
T. J. Potter leaves Portland 7 A. M.. except
Sunday; leases Astoria 7 P. M.. except Sunday.
R. R. Thompson leaves Portland S P. M.. ex
uepc bunday; leaves Astoria 0:45 A M.. excep.
On Saturday night the R. R. Thompson will
leave Portland at 10 o'clock.
WILLAMETTE RIVER ROUTE.
Steamr3 Modoc and W. M. Hoag. for Oregon
City, Salem. Independence. Albany, CorvallU
and way points, Sundays. Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Saturdays, at G A. M. Return from Salem
the following days at C A. II.
YAMHILL RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer Sulem. for Oregon City. Buttovllle,
Champoeg. Dayton and way stations. Mondays.
Wednesdays and Fridays at 7 A M. Return
the following days.
SNAKE RIVER ROUTE,
Snake River closed temporarily.
Steamship Slate of California, for San Fran
cisco, at 8 P. M.. Junuary 13, 23.
Steamship Columbia, for San Francisco, at 3
P. M., January S, lb. 2S.
Steamships sail from San Francisco at 10 A.
M. the day following departures from Portland,
Ocean steamers' sail from Alnsworth dock.
All river bteamers depart from Ash-street
For all Information, rates, etc. call at city
office, corner Washington and Third streets, or
address W. H. HURLBURT.
General Passenger AgscL.
Receiver and General Manager.
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIP UNB
TO JAPAN AND CHINA.
Ti'ese twin screw steamers are In every re
spect superior to any ships that have yet sailed
the Pacific Ocean. This route Is 300 miles
shorter than "via any other trans-Pacific pas
SAILING DATES FROM VANCOUVER. B. O,
Empress of India. Jan. 7: April 1.
Empress of Japan. Feb. 4; April 22.
EmpresJ of China. March 4. May 13.
And every four weeks thereafter.
AUSTRALIAN STEAMSHIP LINE
HONOLULU. AUSTRALIA. NEW ZEALAND
Rates, accommodations and any information
for passengers offered by any line.
SAILING DATES TROM VANCOUVER. B. C
Mlovvera. Jan. 16 and March 10, 1S95.
Warrlmo. Teh. 1C. April 16.
Rates, accommodations and any information
concerning these lines cheerfully furnished by
calling on or addressing
General Agent. 14t5 First st,. Portland.
STMR. TELEPHONE FOR ASTORIA.
Columbia River ft Puget Sound Navigation Co,
Alder-street Dock. Telephone No. 351.
Leaves Portland dally, except Sunday,
Leaves Astoria dally, excepi Sunday. '
OCEANIC STBVMSHIP "OMPNY
Coolgardte Gold Fields (FreemanUe) Australia,
$230. flrst-ilass. S125, steerage Round th
world, SM), 1st, si5.1 2d lowest rates to ( ap
Town Steamer Arawa sails -via Honolulu anl
Auckland. Jan lo. li". Steamship Australia
Honolulu only. 10 A. M.. Jan 19. 1S93. Couk'a
parties to Honolulu. Jan. 19. Feb. 10. April 4,
reduced excursion rates. Ticket offlre. 131 First
si. Portland. Or. J. B. KIrkland Ticket Agn.
j 'd Spreckels ft Bros Co, General Agents,
13S Moiugoirerv t . San Francisco. Send for
Round tie Wond fohKr.
VANCOUVER TRANSPORTATION CO.
Captain Charles T. Kamm, leaves Vancouver
at 8.30 A. M. and 1 P. M. Leaves Portland at
10-30 A M. and 4:30 P. M.. Sundays excepted,
-.v.-- frpi!-ht or Dasace apply on board at foot
I cf Taylor street. Fare 25c,. round trip.
Wn ROUTES JQ