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53338 JtOESfTSTGh OBEGOlOJOr, THT7BSDAY, FIEBRTTABT 14, 1895.
The superstition of the ill-luck of looli
igr backward, or returning, is a very
ncient one, originating doubtless from
ot's "wife, who "looked back from be
ind hlra," when he was led by an angel
utside the doomed City jof the Plain. In
tobert's "Oriental Illustrations" it is
tated to be "considered exceedingly un
jrtunate in Hindostan for men or women
j look back when they leave their house.
ccordingly, if a man gees out and leaves
jmething behind him, which his wife
nows he will want, she does not call hira
turn or look back, but takes or send3
after him; and If some great emergency
bliges him to look back, he will not then
roceed on the business he was about to
TO THE PUBLIC ''The Oresronlnn"
rhsrsres for till mpetlne -notices ol
whatever description. Call lor
meetings, seneral inT-itniion to
bile pratbcrlntrn. etc.. come under
his Lead. Special rates, however,
. III be Riven on mectinc notices ol
ertaln character when -it 1 an.
nounced that no orlce ol admission,
irill be cliarcci.
AUCTION SALE TODAY
At Central Auction Rooms, cor. Park and AMer
Eta. The elegant household furniture and car
pets, removed from private residence, cor. Third
end Jefferson ?ts. Sale at 10 o'clock A. 21.
&w. Baker & Co.. auctioneers.
EDWAUD HOLMAX, -rindertnlcer and
cmbalmer, -1th and YambiU. Tel. 507.
KIXLEY REIGER, Undertaker and
KuiUalmern. 145 Fifth. Tel. O.
WAIL PAPER. 10c PER DOUBLE ROLL. AT
Echofield & Morgan's. 132 Third St.
f 30 bHARES COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK
I sock for sale. Inquire at room 10 Worcester
KAY STATE COAL CO., OFFICE 82 THIRD
tt., offer all kinds coal at less prices than
others. Investigate and save money.
EMALLFARM FOR $600 25 ACRES. 22
miles from Portland and 5 miles from railroad
station; house, shed, and 3 acres in cultiva
tion; balance easily cleared: horse, wagon, -cows,
2 hellers and plow. DeLashmutt & Son,
209 Stark St.
TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS IN FIRST
mortgages on Eastern Oregon farms, to trads
for Portland property. They range all the
way from $500 vp. are drawing Interest, and
are all well secured. For particulars call on
or address DeLashmutt & Son. 200 Stark st.
WE HAVE SOME VERY DESIRABLE RESI
dence lots on Vaughn, between 21st and 23d.
belonging to Johnson estate, which we will
ell for one-half what Is asked fcr lots around
them, street Improvements made; lots lay two
to three feet above grade. Will be sold on easy
terms. No one offering nicer quarter blocks
for 52500. DeLashmutt & Son. 203 Stark st.
DON'T TELL YOUR NEIGHBOR WE ARE
selling- all best makes of full-weight Oregon
creamery butter at 50c. roll or square. See
our gilt-edge creamery, at 40c; new grass
California butter, at 35c roll: dairy but
ter. 20c and 25c; cheese. 5c. 8c 10c 12&c; new
mild full-cream cheese, 2 lbs., 25c; Oregon
ranch eggs; pure leaf lard, 10c: hams, 10c
"Ve retail all goods at wholesale prices. La
Grande Creamery Co., 264 Yamhill, near Third
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
eell It at a great sacrifice. But very little
money is required down. The property Is
rented, and will be sold eeparately or as a
whole. For one piece we ask $9000
$3000 cash, balance In August. 1803. For an
other we ask $10,00050000 cash, balance In
1SJ0. For another we ask $35.000 $10,000
cash, balance In 1898. One of Portland's lead
ing brokers valued the latter at $00,000. when
the present loan of $25,000 was obtained upon
It. a year or two since. DeLashmutt & Son.
209 Stark st.
CT A T AIfD WOOD DRY VERY BEST IN
I ) i J J town, guaranteed. Brown & Hicks,
foot of Yamhill at. Phone 715.
jTn wll-loprored property. -W. H. Fear. 403
Chamber 61 Commerce.
On city property: very reasonable rates for first
class security. Address P. O. box 234.
S20.00') TO LOAN
In large or small sums, at low rate of interest;
j rlncipals only need apply, to P. O. box GIG.
30 acres, all clear, within 15 minutes' walk
if motor, $100 per acre. E. R. Hickson, Sber
loi k building.
LOANS ON LOWEST TERMS
Ample funds to loan at 0 to 10 per cent, on
choice and unimproved property and on first
class notea. F. V. Andrews Sc Co.. 131 3d st.
R. SinlTIN. D. D. S.
Graduate of Penn. college, makes and fills
teeth, most approved systems: first-class ma
terials: will contract to make perfectly satisfac
tory work, or no charge; competitive prices.
Free consultations. First and Morrison, over
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
AH parties contemplating building, or who de
fire plans or estimates, will find it to their ad
tanuge to call on or address BRICKLAYERS'
INTERNATIONAL UNION. NO. 1. OF ORE
JON, room 14. Union block, between 10 and 12
A.. M. Per order president and boafd of direc
ts. LOG! LOGS!!
Proposals will be received until the 1st day of
'March for the following logs: 1.500.000 feet of
pruce log, known as mountain spruce, to be
cut slnco January L 1894; good sound, mer
chantable logs, free from decay end coarse,
rough knots. Also 500.000 feet of hemlock logs.
.f the xame character, to be barked. Delivery
of the above must be made before June 1, 1S05.
at Portland. Oregon. Terms. 30 and 60 days.
cr 2 per csnt off for cash. Address Julius Oru
vva, 710 Chamber of Commerce. Portland. Or.
OUR WANTS BOILED DOWN.
A purchaser for a drug store In northern end
cf the city, doing a good business.
A purchaser for that dairy farm near Port
land, on the Columbia river.
purchaser for a piece of business property
vntntlly located that to mention its locality
ild set tiie real estate men all ages to know
v. )iat was up with the owner.
A few purchasers fer thote hundred-dollar
1 ;s in City View Park addition, away this side
t Sellwood, on the Orvgon City electric line.
purchaser for that live-acre tract four miles
m. -thrust of the city, for $650. at $180 ier acre.
V purchaser for those small tracts of ours in
Re&verton. at $100 per acre.
V purchaser for a few of those five-acre tracts
bt longing to the Johnson estate, near Reedville,
la Washington county
DeLASHMUTT & SON. 207-209 Stark st.
Elegantly designed and well-manufactured fur
niture, tc (Eartern make), MONDAY NEXT,
FEB. IS. at 791 Kearney st. (near 23d -street oar
ltoe, the handsome furnlfhiags of private resi
lience. iMclttding: Two pairs Turkish portieres,
'k and htee curtate. C pairs of stvhsh silk
sn-i chenille portieres, very choice pieces of par--
furniture. In ckerry; wood chairs, sofa rock
cr. in brocateile silk coverings: eeatr tables,
v palatini mad pastel picture, in suitable
fitme. fancy mantel draperies, eight-day man
tel clock, a one bast of Goethe, oak roll-top
tivrk. rrvolxtag chair. Iwokcaf-e, new "Eneycio
pedi ltntanulca.' complete: letter press and
Msnd. Century. Harper's d Soribners mam
yincs. chundeitertt. pendants and gas brackets
throughout the houwe. elegant colored - gtaea
panU dwVed lth jewels; dots We partor Bruc
wU carpets, ruas. art quars. nail and stair
tarpets. S mantel cabinets, very Sac hail rack,
v ith laree French pUt mirror; ptano lamp, ar
tisticalljr deigned and finely oarved halt chair,
. k iidehnard. s-foot extension table and che
n 1 cover. t hiph-back dlnmg chairs and or
tr s arm chair, all m Ith feather seats; 7 import
ed mugs. richt molded, with metal covers, and
larpe pitcher to match: rtiverware. prettv silver
taster, soflse choice foreian china tea oups. etc.;
urUss and cblnaware. china cupboard, 5 Roches
ter - burner lamp. Roxbury rue. about 6x3
sards; quick - meal gas range, gas hot
water Jter. pa hearing neve, kitchen
si f. with water back: linoleum, an at
ti -:ive and cbanainr hedrsem suit, in choice
v Hlnut. with betel-plate mirrors to washstand
a J dresser; hndt-ofe set of toiletware. aprtaRS.
' ..ittrsrfsa. nlUews nnd beddins; child's crib
l- complete; eMenkvwn quilt, eak chtfTonMr.
igte-baek wisher ara-ehair. Wjth-arja Demes
i. sewing macbiae. dmwm: table, all window
ar.l Jresoer; handsome set of toOetware. springs,
uiensita. ice box. step ladder, baby bagy. lawn
2 feet new heee. and other effaete.
l:cy lot ia tfeis sale is aimot new.
Sale Mondav next at 10 o clock gtmtv.
OEO BAKER & CO. Aueucoccrs.
AOYEHIISiNB RATES INCUSSilP COLUMN
Tar Rent noomi" nnd "EmploT"
ctent Wanted, X cent a. "word each
insertions under all other headings.
- ccsta a -word first Insertion and 1
cent a. vrortt each, subsequent inser
tion. All -TnIfira adT-ertisrraenta o
less than fifteen Yrords counted and
cuargred as fifteen Trordst over fif
teen -words. aayUilng less than five
words co anted and caarced as lire
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
0G00 ACRES TIMBER LAND THIS LAND
lies either close to or within two miles of leg
ging streams, that run into the Columbia
river or Puget sound, state of Washington,
about two-thirds into Columbia: carefully
cruised and purchased 10 years ago; has 500.
000,000 of merchantable FIR, CEDAR AND
SPRUCE; about i per cent FIR. For sale
very cheap; need money. Write to P. O. box
THIRTEEN ACRES. 11 MILES EAST OF
Portland, on Base Line road: 3 acres In cul
tivation; house and barn; price $850: must ba
cold to settle up aa estate. DeLashmutt &
Son, 09 Stark et.
MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE FARM 1C0 ACRES
(Improved), only 1 miles from station; small
payment down, easy terms for balance.
Charles Alien. 243 Washington st.
ABOUT 25 FARMS IN YAMHILL COUNTY,
the garden spot of Oregon: ail alzes. shapes
and prices. Come and take your pick. De
Lashmutt & Son, 209 Stark st.
WEST IRVINGTON LOTS AND BLOCKS FOR
sale, in delightful tract; for sale on easy
terms. For particulars apply to A. G. Ryan,
395 Larrabee et.. city.
PARTIES DESmiNG TO BUY.. SELL OR
trade real estate, read -our large list of bar
gains in Daily Sun. Clinton & McCoy Co.,
Zb4 .Morrison st.
CORNER LOT, IN LINCOLN PARK, WITH
good 4-room house: will be sold at half value.
Eckcrson, 10 Washington building.
BARGAIN QUARTER BLOCK. 3 COTTAGES,
East 11th at.; car line. Call 203 Portland Say
FIVE ACRES. NEAR MOUNT TABOR. AT A
bargain. S. B. lilggcn & Co.. S3 Third St.,
GENUINE BARGAINS IN LOTS. ACREAGE,
farms; 5c fare. O. R. Additon. Lent's, Or.
WE WOULD LIKE TO EXCHANGE A FARM
cf 1G2 acres, on the East Umpqua river.
Douglas county. Oregon, for a house and lot
en the East Side. This farm has 35 acres, in
a high state of cultivation, and good build
ings; Is unencumbered, and valued at $2500.
Any offer must be free from encumbrance.
DeLashmutt & Son. 209 Stark st.
WE HAVE A PARTY WHO WISHES TO Ex
change a nice cottage and 100 feet squaro,
valued at $1500, located In Toledo. Wash.,
for a home on East Side, or for vacant lots,
and will assume small encumbrance, or pay
cash difference if necessary. For particulars
see DeLashmurt & Son. 209 Stark st.
TYPEWRITER HAVE A NEW STANDARD
machine; never used; will exchange for board
and lodging. Y 10, care Oregoalan.
weekly ads ne
Los Angeles and Southern California property
for Oregon or Portland property. John Camp
bell, P. O. box 430. Los Angeles. Cat
WANTED TO TRADE A T-ROOM HOUSE
for cordwood. to be delivered next August.
G. W. Allen. 120 Third st.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR FULL-BLOOD CHICKENS AND EGGS
of all popular varieties, write or see John
VInce &. Son. at Vancouver Commission House,
131 Front at. We buy, sell on commission,
or trade. Satisfaction guaranteed.
BARGAINS IN FIRE-PROOF SECOND-HAND
safes; a good selection and in good condition;
not water-soaked. Agency for Mosler Screw
Door Safe. J, E. Davis, 171 Fourth, Portland.
$2500" WILL-BUYA WELlT- EQUIPPPED
lodging-house of SO rooms, on Third st,, doing
a good business. DeLashmutt & Son, 209
NEARLY NEW UPRIGHT PIANO. VERY
cheap. See it at 34 East 13th, cor. East
Couch, Ankeny cars to 13th.
SECOND-HAND MACHINERY; DANA. AL
bee & Walker now occupy their new premises.
East Water St., cor. Taylor.
FOR SALE GERMAN CANARIES. OF Ex
quisite, fine song, at C F. Pfluser"s, 14SJSec
ond St., Portland Or.
FOR SALE HORSE. HARNESS AND ROAD
cart, good as new; only $30, Address J 1, care
FOR SALE A WEBER UPRIGHT PIANO. AT
a bargain, nearly new. Address C 10, care
FURNITURE OF A 15 -ROOM FLAT FOR
bale. Inquire Mrs. M. Lemley, 2G9 Salmon st.
SEEDLINGS. PEAR AND APPLE. FOR SALE.
Address Thos. J. Davis. Portland. Or.
FISCHER PIANO. INFINE CONDITION;
must be sold: $135 cash, Foss music store.
FOR ItEVT FARMS.
FOR RENT A FARM OF 20 ACRES. 3
miles from courthouse; 10 acres In cultivation:
good water and two houses and two barns:
price $20 per month. DeLashmutt & Son, 209
FOR RENT 120 ACRES. 3 MILES FROM
Portland: all in cultivation: scod buildings;
would make a good dairy. DeLashmutt A
Eon. 209 Stark st.
IIELP WANTED MALE.
WANTED 200 MEN TO UNLOAD SCHOON
ers: best beer on the coast; 2c per schooner;
New York Barrel House. 25 North Third st.
KELP WANTED- FEMALE.
GIRLS TO INTRODUCE A NEW ARTICLE:
good wages and part of profits to the right
ones. Call at Dunbar's grocery. 313 Washing
ton st, at 11 A. M.
HOUSEWORK SWEDISH OR GERMAN GIRL
for work In the country; only two in family.
Address IC 1. care Oregonian.
HOUSEWORK STRONG GERMAN GIRL IN
-small family, for general work; light wash
ing. 2S3 11th st.
HOUSEWORK GERMAN, SWEDE OR NOR
weglnn girl, for general work. 34 East 13th,
cor. East Couch.
LADY INTELLIGENT. TO HANDLE A
light work In town. Address X 0, care Ore
gonian. HOUSEWORK WOMAN FOR GENERAL
work. Inquire room 19 Hamilton, 131 Third
HOUSEWORK WOMAN FOR GENERAL
work. Inquire room 19 Hamilton, 131 Third
HOUSEWORK YOUNG GIRL TO DO LIGHT
work: must sleep al home. 270 Columbia st.
SITUATIONS AVANTED MALE.
UooUkceners nnd Clerks.
SITUATION WANTED BY EXPERIENCED
groceryman; work of any kind, city or coun
try . Address Y 4, cara Oregonian.
SITUATION WANTED BY CREAMERY MAN
Honest and reliable, with several years' ex
perience in the oW country and few years In
this country; used to run De Laval's separator;
guarantees to make first-class butter and
skim-milk cheese. X 50, care Oregonian.
SITUATION WANTED BY A GOOD. PLAIN
Japanese cook, in city or country. Address
W 10, care Oresonlan.
SITUATION WANTED AS JANITOR. BY A
reliable married man (no children). Address
T 3. care Oregonian.
SITUATION WANTED BY A JAPANESE;
good cook and houseworker. Apply 353 Flan
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
SITUATION WANTED BY YOUNG WOMAN,
as housekeeper for one or two peeple, or take
eare of children; object, a good home; small
wages. Room 4. 153 Fifth,
Bookkeepers nnd Clerks.
SITUATION WANTED BY A RBSPECTA
bie young woman of ability and experience, as
saleslady. Address P 1. care Oregontan.
SITUATION WANTED TO DO SECOND
work In alee private family. Address T 10,
SITUATION WANTED IN A SMALL FAM
11. to ao general housework. 748 Savier st.
SITUATION WANTED TO DO GENERAL
housework and cooking. 2S7 North 17th at.
A FIRST-CLASS DRESSMAKER, WITH GOOD
ntfereaea, desires work in Cam tiles; fl per
day. Address E S. care Oregoalaa.
WANTED DRESSMAKING AND PLAIN
sewiac. by the da-, fit iiaranievd, CIO Flan
AGENTS WANTED in every county in the U.
S. to sell Transparent-Handle PocKetknlfe;
good commission paid; from $75 to $300 a
month can be made; write for terms. Novelty
Cutlery Co., Canton, O. Box 197.
WANTED AGENT TO TAKE ORDERS FOR
Chicago and San Francisco: grain; $500 per
month la commissions should be made. Ad
dress DeVan & Rutledge, grata and stock
brokers,. Los Angeles. Cat.
WANTED MEN TO JOIN THE PHOENIX
Co-Operatlve Association: no idle time. Ad
dress, with stamps, box -20C, Fetaluma, CaL
Agents la every state, on salary and commis
sion; agents making $25 to $50 weekly. Eu
reka Chemical & Mfg. Co.. La Crosse, Wis.
WASTED TO REXT.
REFINED FAMILY OF THREE ADULTS
want unfurnished rooms (four), with bath, oa
West Side; must be sunny and ia good local
it j-. Address, with price, X 10, care Oreso
nian. WANTED HOUSE OF 10 TO 12 ROOMS, BE
tween Washington, Taylor, Fifth ana 11th.
V 10, care Oregonlnn.
F.ESPONSIBLE PARTY WISHES TO RENT
or buy some fresh cows, K 50, care Orego
nian. WASTED aTISCELLAJTEOtTS.
STENOGRAPHER AND BOOKKEEPER-OF
good commercial training: give references;
state age and salary expected first year. Z 10,
THE GILMAN AUCTION AND COMMISSION
Company. No. 4C First St.. between Ash and
Pine, will pay cash fcr th furniture of resi
dences. TO BORROW $2500. FOR 3 YEARS. ON GOOD
farm, worth $11,000; principals only need ap
ply. DeLashmutt & Son. 209 Stark st.
WANTED FOR CASH HOUSEHOLD FUR
nlture. carpets, etc.. to any amount. Apply
54 Alder st, Geo. Baker & Co.
Highest price paid for household goods, carpets,
stoves, etc Loefller & Conn, 203 Front St.
AT THE NEWCASTLE, COR. THIRD AND
Harrison sts. Rooms, furnished or unfur
nished; steam, gas. hot baths, free telephone,
dining-room; references. J. D. Hart and C C
Newcastle, owners. Mm, Ccovert, manager.
AT THE PORTSMOUTH. COR. PARK AND
Alder; very central Nicely furnished, clean,
homelike rooms; baths, parlor, office, tele
phone; furnished housekeeping rooms.
NEW ARLINGTON. 2C8V4 STARJC ST.. OPPO
slte Chamber of Commerce Fino large suites,
$4; single, $1 50 and upward; hot baths, gas.
AT THE GOODNOUGH BUILDINGrFOURTH
floor Furnished rooms, single or en suite;
steam heat, gas, bath and elevator service.
NO REASONABLE OFFER WILL BE Re
fused for either single, suites or housekeeping
rooms, at the New Plaza, 207 Third st.
AT THE GOODNOUGH-BUILDING. FIFTH
and Yamhill, fifth floor Furnished rooms, en
suite or single: modern improvements.
THE RICHMOND. YAMHILL. COR. PARK
Rooms from $0 up; transients a specialty; free
baths and all modern conveniences.
SIXTH ST., 105 NEVA FURNISHED ROOMS,
only one block from Hotel Portland, with gas
and use of bath; rates reasonable.
TENTH ST., NEAR MORRISON FURNISH
ed rooms, with heat, hot and cold water and
bath. Call at 327 Morrison.
MAIN ST.. 2S4. OPPOSITE PARK HAND
somely furnished parlors, single or en suite;
sunny and cheerful.
133 SEVENTH ST.. COR. ALDER NICELY
furnished rooms, with bath and fire; prices
SIXTH ST.. 73 NICELY FURNISHED ROOM,
with use of parlor, piano and bath; rent rea
sonable. ELEVENTH ST.. 33 NORTH NICE. SUNNY.
unfurnished rooms, with bath, in a private
SUITES AND SINGLE BOOMS, reasonable;
housekeeping. 200& First, Farmers' & Mechao.
ELBVENTHST., 255 DESIRABLE ROOMS,
for gentlemen; references required.
WASHINGTON ST., 3134. THE LAFAYETTE
Rooms, $1.50 per week and up.
NINTH ST.. 134. COR. HOYT FURNISHED
and unfurnished rooms; bath.
YAMHILL ST.,.,2aiK. ABOVE HAT STORE
Neat, quiet, furnished rooms. J
YAMHILL ST., 231. ABOVE HAT STORE
Neat, quiet furinshed rooms.
Rooms With Board.
COLUMBIA ST.. 392 FINELY FURNISHED
suite of rooms, suitable for two or four. In
private family: house all modern; a nice, quiet
home, with all its privileges; references ex
changed. THE HESPERIAN" WILL BE THOROUGH
ly renovated and prices reduced to suit tha
times; excellent white cook; suites. $55 to $05,
for two people; single rooms, $25 to $10.
FLANDERS STE10-PORTLAND WOMEN'S
Union boarding-house, for oung women:
terms, Including 10 pieces of washing, $3 to $7
per week, according to room.
MORRISON ST.. 471 ROOM WITH BOARD:
private family; two wishing to occupy samrt
room preferred; modern, refined home; refer
THIRTEENTH ST., 261 A VERY DESIRA
blc suite of rooms, unfurnished, or will fur
nish to suit; excellent table.
the Mckenzie. 334 yamhill st.. cor.
Seventh Nicely furnished rooms, with or with
TAYLOR ST.. 389 FURNISHED ROOMS,
with board; furnace heat, gas, bath and tele
phone. FOURTEENTH ST.. 209, COR. JEFFERSON
Newly and comfortably furnished, with board.
TWELFTHST.. 211 TWO UNFURNISHED
rooms, with board.
TWELFTH ST.. 1S7 VERY DESIRABLE
rooms, furnished complets fcr housekeeping;
clso one single room, suitable for one gentle
man. ELEVENTH ST., 32, COR. COUCH HOUSE
keeplng rooms; also other rooms; rent very
SALMON ST., 330 TWO OR THREE ROOOMS
upstairs, furnjshed, for housekeeping; very
pleasant; no children. .
TENTH ST.7 215 FURNISHED AND UNFUR
nished rooms, for housekeeping; on first or
FIRST. 372UNEWLY FURNISHED OR UN
furalshed rooms, for housekeeping; also rooms.
HALL ST317 3 NICELY FURNISHED
housekeeping rooms, reasonable.
MILL ST.. 329-3 UNFURNISHED ROOMS,
for housekeeping, $4 per month.
YAMHILL ST415-3 FURNISHED HOUSE
keeplng rooms; reference.
TWO COSY HOUSEKEEPING SUITES, REA
honable. 206 First st.
MORRISON ST., 405 FURNISHED ROOMS,
FOR "RENT I WILL RENT MY HOUSE, NO.
S21 Johnson sL. furnished, for C or 7 months,
from about April 1; no small children. E. F.
Palmer. 305tJ Washington st.
FOR RENT A 5-ROOM COTTAGE. ALMOST
new: full basement: very cheap; South Port
land. Call at rooms 10 aad 11 Hamilton build
FOR RENT NICE COTTAGE OF 5 ROOMS;
all modern improvements; large yard;, rent
$10. S90 North 10th. Apply next door.
FOR RENT 0-ROOM HOUSE. WITH BASE
roent. furnace and all modern Improvements.
426 Burnslde st. Inquire next door.
THIRDST. FLATS OF 4. 8. 7 OR 13 ROOMS;
epposite plara. M. C Lyon. 124 First, or H.
Ackerman. 24& Washington it.
FOR RENT 5-ROOM HOUSE 571 SEVENTH:
5-room house. 354 Lincoln; 5-room house. 353
Lincoln. Inquire SCO Grant.
FOR RENT A rLEASANT. NEW HOUSE,
cor. 24th and Marshall, on 100x100; rent $45.
Apply 655 Irving st.
FOR RENT HOUSE 3 ROOMS, CLOSET
and pantry; water .free; $5. Clinton & Mc
Coy, 254 Morrison.
FOR RENT HOUSES AND STORES IN ALL
parts of city. Henry Ackerman, 219 Wash
FORRENT HOUSE. 447 SEVENTH ST. eZ
quire Woodard, Clarke & Co., First and Al
$5 A MONTH WILL RENT A FIVE-ROOM
cottage. Bast 15th and Taylor. 500 Washing
FIRST ST.. NEXT FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
and Salmon, near Third. Inquire M. C Lyon.
124 First, or H. Ackermaa. 249 Washington st.
FbRRENT STORES 47 FIRSTSt7aND40
Second St.: 25x200. R. L. Gllsan. 420 rh;-n.
bcr cf Commerce.
Houses For Reat, Frnltmr For Sale.
IT BARGAIN-FOK SALE, $250-FURNITURE
of 5-room cottage, complete; house for rent.
Call mornings. 44 East Eighth and Couch sta.
$175 FOR THb"nEW FIIKNITURe"oFFIVE
room cottage. Call 435 First st.
Francis Bros. Brass castings and finished work
made to order; blacksmlthicg, and machinery
repaired. 2S3 East Water st. Telephone 5005.
Coal and "Wood Tarda.
COOS BAY -COAL CO., DEALERS IN COAL
and wood: coal from $5 50 to $13.50 per ton.
Office. SO Second st. Telephone OIL
PACIFIC IRON WORKS HEINTZ & CO..
cor. 2d and D sts., manufacturers' machines,
blacksmith and foundry wks, building fronts.
OFFICE OF THE CITY WATER WORKS
Portland, Or.. Feb. 11. 1S95 Sealed proposals.
Indorsed on the outside of the envelope "Pro
posals ror the purchase or steel plates,- ana
addressed to Frank T. Dodge, clerk of the
water committee, will be received at this of
fice until 3 P. M., February 15, for the pur
chase of steel plates, left over from the con
struction of the Bull Run pipe line. There arc
13S.000 pounds of steel plates and 17.422
pounds of scraps, all stored In the machine
shops of Wolff. Zwlcker & Buchner, on the
cast side of Madison-street bridge. The list of
plates may ba seen in the office of the chief
engineer of the city water works. Bidders
will state the price per pound which they will
pay for the plates and fcr the scraps. By or
der of the Water Committee.
ISAAC W. SMITH. Chief Engineer.
BIDS FOR WORK SEALED BIDSWILL BE
received at the office of the county clerk until
Tuesday, the 19th day of February. Ils95, for
certain carpenter work, to be done at the
Armory. Specifications can be seen at the of
fice of said clerk. H. H. NORTHUP,
Feb. 14, 1S95. County Judge.
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETECG THE ANNUAL
meeting bf stockholders of the Baby Home
will be held in room 207 Worcester block. In
this city, on Tuesday, March 12, 1895, at 3
o'clock P. M., for the election of a board of di
rectors for the ensuing year.
F. S. AKIN, Secretary.
STORAGE OF ANY DESCRIPTION CAN BE
had reasonably at Pacific dock. Nos. 228 and
22S Front st. Advances made If desired.
EXECUTRDC' NOTICE IN THE COUNTY
Court for tha county of Multnomah, state of
Oregon Notice Is hereby glen that In the
matter of the estate of Levi White, deceased,
letters testamentary have been issued, out of
the hbove-entitled court, to the undersigned,
as executrix of the last will and testament
of said deceased, and that she has qualified
and entered upon the discharge of her duties
as such. Therefore, all persons having claims
against the said estate are requested to pre
sent the same to me, propery verified, as by
law required, at the office of Messrs. Bro
naugh. McArthur, Fenton & Bronaugh. attor-neysat-!aw.
rooms Nos. 631, 632, 634. G30 and
638 Chamber of Commerce building, Portland,
Oregon, within six months from the date
hereof. Dated this 2d day of February. 1893.
Executrix cf tho last will and testament of
Levi White, deceased.
Messrs. Bronaugh. Mcrthur. Fenton &
Bronausth, nnd Messrs. Dolph. Mallory,
Simon & Strahan, Attorneys for Exe
cutrix. THE FIRM OF LASSEN & KIRKLEY IS
hereby dissolved. All bills are payable to L.
M. Lassen, at Pacific Market, cor. Fourth and
Alder sts., and debts of the late firm are as
sumed by the undersigned. L. M. LASSEN.
UMBRELLAS MADE, repaired and recovered.
Meredith. 163 3d, nar Morrison. No agents.
Money to Loan.
MONEY LOANED ON FURNITURE. PIANOS,
salaries, real estate, or any good securities;
warrants or time-checks bought: easy terms.
F. W. Graves, 614-15-16 Chamber Commerce.
TO LOAN WE HAVE MONEY TO LOAN IN
small sums on real estate security, city or
suburban. DeLashmutt & Son, 207-200 Stark
Money to loan -oil accepable "security;- moderate
sums. 0 to 1" mn.. Hi snsclaltv: mortgages
" bought. M. Waltfri.7?9. Chamber qf Com?
BONDS AND WARRANTS OF OREGON.
Washington and Idaho bought and sold.
Cruthers & Morris. 308' Chamber of Com.
MONEY TO LOAN ?2500 ON CITY PROP
erty. West Side, for two or three years. De
Lashmutt & Son, 207-209 Stark st.
ABUNDANT MONEY TO LOAN, tsame day ap
plied for; all kinds securities. D. A. Epsteyn,
614 Chamber of Commerce.
MONEY TO LOAN LONG OR SHORT-TIME
persona! security: also mortgages. JJavlU a.
Stearns. 24G Washington et.
MONEY "TO JX)N ON ALL CLASSES OF SE
curity. Pacific Loan & Trust Co., rooms 30
and 37 Sherlock building.
MONnVfTO LOAN ON IMPROVED AND UN
lmprovcd city real estate. E. R. Hickson,
$20 TO $500 TO LOAN ON FURNITURE OR
good collateral. H. Mann & Co., room 66 The
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT: NOTES
and mortgages bought. R. I. Eckerson & Co.,
room 10, Washington building.
$3000 TO LOAN ON WEST SIDE CENTRAL
property, for from one to five years. DeLash
mutt & Son. 207-209 Stark st.
THIRTY AND NINETY-DAY LOANS: SUMS
to suit, W. IL Nunn. 11 Washington block.
Money to loan on chattels or any satisfactory
security. C. W. Pallett, 45 McKay building.
money'to LOAN ONHOUSEHOLD GOODS,
personal security or good collaterals. S. W.
KING, formerly of Olds & King, room 45
Washington building. S. E. cor. 4th and Wash.
Herman" metzger, purchaser of
hides, pelts, furs, wool and tallow, and general
commission merchant. Front St.. near Main,
Portland, Or. Liberal cash advances on con
signments. TAYLOR, YOUNG & CO.. SHIP BROKERS
and commission merchants. Overland Ware
house, cor. Fourth and D sts.
ALLEN & LEWIS. COMMISSION AND PRO
duce merchants. Front & D sts., Portland, Or.
Sutton & Bccbe, commission. Insurance, clipper
ships from New York; steel rails, pig Iron.
H. E. BATTIN & CO.. COMMISSION MER
chants and produce dealers, 134 Front st.
jT'connorTIsroceries AND COMMIS-
sion. cor. Front and Alder sts.
LOST AND FOUND.
$10 REWARD I WILL GrVE A REWARD
of $10 ror tsc arrest ana conviction or any
person caught stealing the Dally or Sunday
Oregonian south cf Alder st. South Jtouu
LOST ON MONDAY EVENING A BLACK
purse, containing $40 In gold and a few dol
lars in silver, on Third or Morrison st. Re
turn to this office, and receive reward.
LOST SMALL GOLD SOCIETY PIN; EN
graved on back. "R. T. Piatt. Y. L. S.. '92."
Reward for return to room 312 Portland Sav
ings bonk building.
THAMES AND MERSEY
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY-
Agency in Portland at No. 233 Washington st.
G. ROSENBLATT, Agent.
Deposit in Oregon $ 50.000
Reserve fund (In addition) 425,000
"CULBERTSON'S" HAIR RESTORATIVE
cures and prevents baldness. Mrs. E. Stan
ley, agent, 125 Sixth st., room 4.
GENTLEMEN HAVIXG CAST-OFF CLOTH
ing to dispose of. address 231 Burnslde st,
THEY WILlTsURELY AND POSITIVELY
cure yon Carter's Little Liver Pills.
APCTIQy AND COMMISSION.
A. B. RICHARDSON
AUCTIONEER Office, 246 Washington st., bet. 2d and 3d.
Residence at the cor, of Fifth and College sts.
BLUMAUERFBANK DRUcTcO,, CORNER
Fourth and Morrison sts., Portland, Or.
SNELL. HEITSHU & WOODARD CO.. Es
tablished ia 1S5L Portland. Or.
ALLEN & LEWIS, WHOLESALE GROCREsT
ccr. North Frost a&d P cu.. Portl&ad, Or,
GEORGE, GREGORY & DONIWAi.-
K. a George, W. M. Gregory. R. R- Duniway.
Chamber cf Commerce. Portland. Or.
J. S. WINCHESTER. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
44 Sherlock bldg. Portland,. Or. Notary Public
EMMONS & EMMONS. ATTORNEYS - AT -law,
609 to 613 Chamber of Commerce.
Chiropodists and Manicures.
MRS. DR. ADAMS. CHIROPODIST. MANI
cure and pedicure parlors, Raleigh feullalss,
Sixth and Washington sts.
MRS. M. E. HAWKS AND MISS HATTIE B.
Smith have moved their dressmaking parlors
to 335 Burnslde st-, near Eighth.
PRACTICAL ENGINEERING SCHOOL. 205
Goodnough bldg., Portland. Or.: day. evening.
THE STUDIO OF FINE ARTS. 4G Washington
blk. Drawing, painting, elocution, "music
THE STUDIO OF FEfE ARTS. 46 WASH
ESPECLVL-SOUTHERN LADY GIVES MAG
netlc massage, with hot and cold baths; re
freshing and restful; gentlemen's patronage
requested. Room 81 new Dekum building,
cor. Third and Washington.
MASSAGE GIVEN BY A SPANISH LADY.
Mrs. Miranda, 124 Seventh St., room 1.
Mediums nnd Clairvoyants.
MRS. WALLACE. THE WONDERFUL
clairvoyant and life-reader: consult her on
all business affairs, love troubles, absent
friends; she has no equal: restores lost love
by sympathy. 167 First st, parlors 4 and j.
MRS. A. J. SMITH, MEDniM AND MAG
netlc healer; vapor baths. 225& First st.
GYPSY QUEEN FORTUNE - TELLER LA
dies, 50c; gentlemen, $1. 267 Salmon st.
MRS. FRANK WEBSTER HINSDALE VfZLU
open the term for vocal Instructions Jan. 1.
For information call or add. The Hill, morn's.
FANCY-SVAGE DANCING OF ALL KINDS
taught. Room 5 Dekum buUding. Professor
S. L Cruvelll. teacher of vocal technique and
singing, opera and concert. 407 Marquara bldg.
STUDIO OF FINE ARTS. 46 Washington blk.
Private entertainments supplied with talent.
.ZITHER, guitar and flute Instruction given.
Prof. Konrad's studio, 330 Washington st.
COOK'S MUSICAL INSTITUTE. The Ablngton.
MRS. ADDIE R. SMITH, TEST MEDIUM.
181 First st,. parlors 2i and 23.
OLDEST AND BEST HOTEL IN PORTLAND
for sale on easy terms; or will trade for other
property; owner has grown old und rich In
the business, and wishes to retire and take
thing3 easy. This Is a splendid chance for a
young man. DeLashmutt & Bon, 207-209 Stark
GENERAL MERCHANDISE BUSINESS FOR
sale; about $2000; good business: good Valley
town. Address D 10, care Oresonlan.
FOR SALE A SMALL STOCK OF GROCER
Jes. to party who would rent store and fix
tures. Apply 095 East 21st St.
WANTED TO. TRADE A NICE HOUSE IN
University Park for billiard cr pool tables.
G. W. Allen, 120 Third st.
BAKERY ONE-HALF INTEREST OF ONE
of the best In city. Address M 10, care Ore
gonian. BAKERY FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH;
good location. Address Y 9, care Oregonian.
THE GEORGE LAWRENCE CO. WHOLE
xale saddlers and harness manufacturers.
Leather and saddlery hardware. 74 Front st.
HERBERT BRADLEY & CO., 73 FRONT ST.,
importers of shoe manufacturers' goods, shoe
store supplies, blacking, dressings, etc , t
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY
129 First Street.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS. $303,000
A general trust company and banking busi
BENJ. I. COHEN President
H. L. PITTOCK. L. G. CLARICE... ..Vlce-Pres.
E. J, ALTSTOCK. J. O. GOLTRA-.,Secretaria
COMMERCIAL NATIONAL T1ANK-
PAID UP CAPITAL. $500,000 00.
President ., JOHN J. VALENTINE
Vice-President R. L. DURHAM
Cashier EDWARD COOKINGHAM
Assistant Cashier U. M. DOOLY
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSI
NESS, Sight exchange and telegraphic transfers sold
en New York, Boston, Chicago, Omaha, St.
Paul. Bt. Louis. Kansas City, Denver and San
Exchanges sold on principal cities in Eu
rope; and on Hong Kong. Collections a spe
cialty. BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Incorporated by Royal Charter 1SC2.
PAID-UP CAPITAL $3,000,000
Head office. 60 Lombard street. London.
Branches Portland, San Francisco, Seattle,
Tacoma. and in British Columbia. Victoria,
Vancouver. New Westminster, Naaalmo, Kam-
A General Banking and Exchange Business
transacted, Loana made. Bills discounted.
Commercial credits granted. Deposits received
on current account, subject to check. Interest
paid on time deposits
J. W. CURTIS. Acting Manager.
LADD & TILTON. BANKERS
Established in 1S59.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
Collections made at all poiuts on favorable
Letters of credit Issued available in Europe
and the Eastern States.
.Sight Exchange and Telegraphic Transfers
sold on New York, Washington, Chicago, St
Louis, Denver. Omaha. San Francisco, and
various points In Oregon, Washington, Idaho,
Montana, and British Columbia.
Exchange sold on London, Paris, Berlin,
Frankfort and Hong Kong.
MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK
J. FRANK WATSON President
W. C JOHNSON.. ....,..... Vice-President
H. F. McELROY. .... .. Cashier
R. W. HOYT . Assistant Cashier
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING
Interest paid on time deposits.
Drafts and letters of credit issued, available
In all parts 08 the world.
COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF PORTLAND, OR.
Designated Depository and Financial Agent cf
of the United States.
President HENRY FAILINO
Vice-President H. W. CORBETT
Cashier O. E WITHINGTON
Assistant Cashier J. W. NEWKIRK
Second Assistant Cashier W. C. ALVORD
Letters of credit Issued, available in Europe
and the Eastern States.
Sight exchange and telegraphic transfers sold
on New Tork, Boston, Chicago, St. Louis. St.
Paul. Omaha. San Francisco and the principal
points in the Northwest.
Sight and time bills drawn ia sums to suit
on London. Paris, Eerlln, Frankfort-on-the-Maln.
Collections made oa favorable terms at all
LONDON AND SAJT FRANCISCO BANK
LIMITED. Anthorlzed 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, discounts bills
and issues commercial and travelers' credits.
available la any city in the world.
Chamber of Commerce building. Third and
W. MACKINTOSH. Manager.
THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Drafts issued available in all cities of the United
States and Europe.
President DONALD MACLEAY
First Vice-President, TYLER WOODWARD
secsnd VioerPresident .....JACOB KAHil
1 Cashier FRANK C. MILLER
Trains leava and ate due to arrive a Portland:
LEAVE FROM JAN. L 1831. ARRIV1S
f OVERLAND Express
i e&iem. .uoseonr. vsn-
I Saa Francisco, Mcjave, f
j Los Angelas, El Paso. J
I .New Urlesas and Ks: I
Itosebcrz and way stations
fVla Vroodburn lor Mtl
jacgei, Buverton, wesii
jfedo, B rowasvt lie, f
ISDrinsdeld and Natron I
1 7:30 AM
CotTslUsatid way stations
McMlnnvliIe. way stations
Daily. Dally except Sunday.
DEONG CARS ON OGDKN ROUTE.
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS
SECOND-CLAS3 SLEEPING CARS
ATTACHED TO ALL THROUGH TRAINS.
Through Ticket Office. 134 First street, where
through tickets to all points in the Eastern
States, Canada and Europe can be obtained at
lowest rates from J. B. KHUCLAND. TICKET
All the above trains arrive and depart from
Grand Central Station, Fifth and I streets.
Passenger Depot, foot of Jefferson street.
Leave for OSWEGO (week days) at 6:00. 7:20.
10:15 A. M.. 12:15, 1:55, 5:13, 6:30, S P. M.,
and at 11:30 P. M. (oa Saturday only).
Arrive at Portland 7:10, 8:30; 11:23 A, M..
1:30, 4:15. 6:20. 7:40. 9:05 P, M.
Leave for SHERIDAN (week days) at 4:30 P.
M. Arrive at Portland 0:30 A. M.
Leave for AntLIE Monday, Wednesday and
Friday at 9:40 A- 11. Arrive at Portland Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday at 3:05 P. M.
Sunday trains for OSWEGO leave at 7:30,
0:00, 11:00 A, M.. 12:40, 2:00, 3:30, 5:00. 0:50 P.
M. Arrive at Portland at S:40, 10:30 A. M.,
12:15, 1:50, 3:15, 4:45, 6:30, 7:55 P. M.
Ferry connects with all trains for Sellwood.
E. P. ROGERS.
Asst Gen. F. & P. Agt.
FOR ALL POINTS EAST.
uavK nsroT fiith uu i sts. ( inwrs
Th.8 Fart Mall, via)
sas City, or via ipo
and St. Paul, with
thron-h vervlco to
1 Snstorn citim.
f I For Pond oton. Lai
I uraiiue,iittker City.
I Wnlla Wnll t Tv.
ton. Colfax. Pull- f
I man, Moscow nnd
Udahomining' points. I
I Lonal Mixl Train 1
J for Hood Hirer. The-
l Dalies and interme- j
I ulinto station. j
7:00 P. U.
tx Sail j j
Through Pullman Sleepers, Tourist Sleepers
and Reclining - Chair Cara are attached to
OCEAN AND RIVER SCHEDULES
Columbia. River Ronte.
Two-boat daily service for Astoria and way
T. J. Potter leaves Portland 7 A. M except
Sunday; leaves Astoria 7 P. M., except Sunday.
R. R, Thompson leaves Portland 8 P. M., ex
cept Sunday; leaves Astoria C:15 A. M., except
On Saturday nights the R. R, Thompson will
leave Portland at 10 o'clock.
Wlllnmette River Rente.
Steamers Modoc and Hoag, for Oregon City,
Salem. Corvallis and way points, Sundays, Tues
days, Thursdays and Saturdays at 6 A. M. Re
turn from Corvallis following day at 8:30 A. M..
lying In Salem all night, leaving for Portland
at 0 A. M., Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Ynmliill River Ronte.
Steamer Salem, for Oregon City, Dayton. Mc
MlnnvliIe and way stations, Mondays, Wednoa
days and Fridays at 7 A. M. Return the follow
Snake River Ronte.
Leave Rlparia 10:30 A. M., Mondays and Fri
days. Leave Levieton 10 A. M., Sundays and
Steamship State of California, for San Fran
cisco, at 8 P. M January 23, February 2, IS,
Steamship Columbia, for San Francisco, at S
P. M., January 28: February 7, 17j 27.
Steamships sill from San Francisco at 10 A.
M. the day following departure from Portland.
Ocean steamers sail from Ainsworth dock.
All river steamers depart from Ash - street
For all Information, rates, etc., call at city
office, corner Washington and Third sts., or ad
dress W, H. HURLBURT.
General Passenger Agent.
E. McNEILL. Receiver and General Man.,
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY-
ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIP LINE
TO JAPAN AND CHINA.
These 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 passen
SAILING DATES FROM VANCOUVER, B. C.
Empress of Japan, Feb. 4; April 22.
EmpreEs of China, March 4; May 13.
Empress of India, April 1; June 3.
And every four weeks thereafter. ,
AUSTRALIAN STEAMSHIP LINE
HONOLULU, AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND.
Rates, accommodations and any Information
for passengera offered by any line.
SAILING DATES FROM VANCOUVER, B. C.
Warrlmo, Feb. 16; April 1.
Mlowera, March 18; May 10. j
Rates, accommodations and any Information
concerning these lines cheerfully furnished by
calling en or addressing
General Agent, 140 First St., Portland.
STMR. TELEPHONE FOR ASTORIA.
Columbia River & Puget Sound Navigation Co.
Alder-street Dock. Telephone No. 551.
S.j -. v-
Leaves Portland dally, except Sunday, 7. A. M.
Leaves Astoria dally, except Sunday, 7 P. SL
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Coolgardle Gold Fields (Frcemantle) Australia,
$230. first-class: $125. steerage. Round the
world. $010, 1st: $350. 2d. Lowest rates to Cape
Town. Steamship Australia sails, via Hono
lulu only, Feb. 12, 10 A. M.; steamer Mariposa,
via Honolulu and Auckland. 2 P. M. March 7.
Cook's parties to Honolulu, Feb. 16. April 4; re
duced excursion rates. Ticket office. 134 First
St., "Portland, Or. J. B. Kirkland, Ticket Agent.
J. D. Spreckela fr Bros. Co., General Agents.
13S Montgomery st.. Saa Francisco. Send for
Round the World folder.
VANCOUVER TRANSPORTATION CO.
Captain Charles T. Kamm. leaves Vancouver at
8:20 A. M. and 1 P. M. Leaves Portland at
10:30 A. M. and 4:30 P. M., Sundays excepted.
Por freight or passage appiy on board at foot of
Taylor street. Fare, 25c, round triy.
sV. it S ,f f
IV5- f V1A34
TCcrU's rorhl Use.
EAST AND SOUTHEAST.
EAST AND SOUTHEAST. .
VIA THE UNION PACIFIC SYSTEM.
VLV THE UNION PACIFIC SYSTEM.
Through Pullman Palace Sleepers, Tourist Sites
era and Free Reclining Chair Cars.
DAILY TO CHICAGO.
DAILY TO CHICAGO.
CITY TICKET OFFICE,.
135 THIRD ST., COR ALDER, PORTLAND.
R. W. BAXTER, E. 8. VAN KtJRAN.
Gen. Agent. City Pass. fiiT, Agt.
TRACK NO OUST
The Great Northern owns and operates tta en
tire equipment. Its Palace Sleeping- Cars, at
tached to O. R & N. trains, leava 'Portland
every evening at 7 o'clock.
Direct route to Spokane, Kootenai country.
Flathead aValley, Montana points, St. Paul
Minneapolis. Chicago and East.
For tickets, printed matter and other infor
mation, apply to C. C Donavan, General Agent.
111 Third st. Portland, or address F. L Whit
ney, G. P. & T. A.. St. Paul. Minn.
DIRECTORY OF OCCUPANTS
ARIST0S SOCIAL CLUB 211. 212, 213. 214
ASSOCIATED PRESS. E. L. Powell, Man
BARBER, DR. S. J Dentist., ....... ....G0S-C09
BECKWITH, H., Route Agent Pacific Ex
press. Company , , 2M
BELL, DR. J. F., Physician and Surgeon.
BINSWANGER. DR. O. S., Physlcan and
Surgeon - 411-412
BROWN BROS. CO., "Continental Nurser
BLANDFORD, S. M., U. S. Weather Bu
reau - 009
BUILDERS EXCHANGE ..SOO
CATLIN, W. W Receiver Oregon National
CAUKIN. G. E, District Agent Travelers'
Insurance Co..... -..-.70(5
CARDWELL, DR. HERBERT W.. Pnysi-
clan ,. 70S
CARDWELL. DR. J. R.. Dentist.. .803-509-810
CHAPPELL BROWNE. P.. Architect.... 4. .700
COLUMBLV TELEPHONE CO 600
CUMMING, DR. WM., Dentist 40S-409
DICKSON, DR. J. F., Physician 7J3-7H
DRAKE, DR. H. B., Physician 512-513-314
EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCI
ETY, J. B. Wrangham, Cashier... .509-510-511
EVENING TELEGRAM 325 Alder st-
FENTON, DR. J. D., Physician aud Sur
FENTON, DR. HICKS C. Physlcan and
FENTON & FENTON. DRS.. Surgeons.303-310
FENTON, DR. MATTHEW F Dentist... .3302
FERRIS, DR. FRANK E., Dentist 311-312
GIESY. DR. A. J., Physician ,.,...710
GIESY & CARDWELL, Drs. Physicians...70il
GODDARD, E. C &. CO.. footwear, ground
floor 129 Sixth st.
GRAVES. DR. J. L., Dentjst ........804-303
HELMBOLD. R. P.. Special Agent Manhat
tan Llfo .....,..,,.203
MACKAY, DR. A. E., Physician and Sur
geon - 704-705
MAXWELL, DR. W. E.. Physician and Sur
MORRIS, E. C. Secretary and Mahager
Brown Bros. Co 614
MOSSMAN. DR E. P.. Dentist 512-513-514
MANHATTAN LIFE ASSURANCE CO., of
New York, S. E. Mulfonl. Mar.ager.208-209.210
MeELROY, DR. J. G., Physician anl Sur
McMILLAN, N Real Estate-Loans.,.... ,801
McGUIRE, H. D., State rish and Game Pro
tector - ..,.Sll
MILLER. DR. H. C. Dentist..., 403-109
MULFORD, S. E., Manager Manhattan Life
McFADEN, MISfe IDA K.. Stenographer and
Typewriter .- w J. .. .,205$
OREGON NATIONAL BANK. W, W- Cat-
Hn. Rocelver .305-303
PACIFIC BANKER AND INVESTOR L.
Stagge, Editor ............803
PAGUE & BLANDFORD, Attorneys - at -
REED & MALCOLM, Opticians, ground floor
133 Sixth st.
RIGGS, DR. J. O.. Dentist COS
ROBERTS, A.. Merchant Tailor 131 Sixth st.
REID, JR, R R. Special Agent Equitable
SAMUEL. L., Special Agent Equitab'e Life.51l
SCHMIDT & ROBLIN, General Agency... 303
STOLTE. CHARLES EDWARD 803
STUART, DELL, Attorney-at-Law..C10-C17-eiS
STUART & YOUNG, Attorney3-at-Law. . . .
STEVENSON. W. R, and HELMBOLD, R.
P.. State Agents Manhattan Life...20S-209-219
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE 200
THE FAIRFAX-GREENE PIANO STUDIO
TIMMS. MISS EDNA D., Portrait Artist 802
TUCKER. DR. GEO. F., Dentist C10-C11
U. S. WEATHER BUREAU 907-903-909
WILSON. DR. EDWARD N., Physician and
Surgeon ............................. .304-305
WILSON, DR HOLT C. Physician 507-503
WRANGHAM. J. B.. Cashier Equitable. ...503
WHITING, DR. S., Physician and Surgeon
WOOD, DR. JAMES E., Physician and Sur
geon ...........-.--... ......312-313
WOOD. DR. W. L.. Physician 413-414
YOUNG. GEO. D., Attorney-at-Law.61C-C17-013
A few more clcjrnnt offices nitty lie
liud ly applying; to Portland Trat
Company, of Portland, Oregon, 1'l
First street, or to tUr rent clerk lu