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THE MORNING- OREGONIAN, THTTESDAY, FEBJiUABY 2S, 1S93.
IGITr DAY OP TRADING IN PRO
' "Wheat Market Reports uy Telc-
STraph General Produce anil
It was a quiet day sjl around on Front street
yeaierday. Stocks tf vegetables were light but
country produce came in heavily. This was
especially the case -with eggs, which are weak
aid si!l tending lower. The hay market is over
roc.ed, and Kales are difficult. No changes are
rcjrorted in the staple grocery list.
The following were the clearings of the leading
cities of the Xorthweit yesterday:
Portland ......... ..$200,224
Seattle ..... 89.0SI
THE GRAIN MARKETS.
Prices Paid for ""Wheat at Home and
There Is not much business passing in the
local wheat market. Quotations are a shade
r:rmer. but not materially higher. For export
Ip-j'-poRes. Rood Walla Walla wheat is worth 41
(&42c per bushel, and Valley 7577Jic per cental.
CHIC AGO. "Feb. 27. Wheat opened steady and
about unchanged. The arrival of two cargoes
cf v. heat at New York from Portland, Or.,
caused sarac temporary weakness, but other
Items of the early news of an opposite charac
ter gave the price a sharp upward turn. Cable
jcaam from Paris reported that the market
was firm and advancing, and the weather con
tinuing unfavorable. Liverpool wired that the
rnarket there was strong because of a demand
from France for off-coa6t cargoes, and the ef
fect of that here was to raise the price of May
xapldly from K!;c to 54c. the latter being the
ltighest rate that has been reached before for a
month. The first trading was at from 53V0
53Ur- The effect of the French cables were
quickly neutralized when New York dispatches
xrlved stating that the receivers of the bullish
dispatches from France were sellers of" wheat
In New York. There were reports from coutnry
points in Missouri and Illinois enough to check
the bullish enthusiasm, as they described the
Appearance of the wheat plant as it emerged
Srom beneath the snow as being uninjured and
l-.ealthy. A reaction to 54c followed the latter
news. Receipts at Minneapolis and Duluth were
250 cars, against 420 a -week ago, and 260 on
the- corresponding day of the year before. Pri
mary market receipts all told were 379,000 bush
els. Export clearances of wheat and flour from
Atlantic ports were 328,000 bushels. Closing:
54Vc; February. ClT4c
At New York-.
W YORK. Feb. 27. Flour-Steady.
"heat Receipts, 131,050 bushels: exports.
S4.801. sales. 8,570.000; futures, 54.200 bushels.
Spot market, quiet but firm; c lower; No. 2
red, store and elevator, 5Sc; afloat, 59yjC9ic;
t, o. b., 59o9,ic: ungraded red, 5760c; No. 1
Northern. CSOGS'c. Options closed steady and
unchanged to ic down, with trading more act
ive. May and July mo6t active. Closing prices:
February. 58c; March. SSVjc; May, 59c; June,
69Hc; July, 59c; August, 59hjc; September,
60c; December, 62c
Meerlioum'H Grain Report.
LIVERPOOL. Feb. 27. Wheat Firm and de
mand poor; cargoes on passage, per steamer.
No. 2 red wheat (480 pounds), 22s 3d; cargoes,
Walla Walla (500 pounds). 22s Cd; No. 1 stand
ard California (500 pounds), 24s Od; cargoes off
coast, nothing doing; on passage, firm.
Prices Current In the Produce Mar
Flour Portland, Salem, Cascadia and Dayton
aro quoted at $2 30 per barrel; Gold Drop, $2 50
per barrel; Snowflake. $2 30; Benton county,
$2 30; graham, $2 152 30; superflne, $1 90.
Oats Good white are quoted weak at 2S330c
per bushel: milling, 3132c; gray. 262Sc.
Rolled oats are quoted as follows: Bags, 53 75
J6. barrels, $030 25: cases. $3 75.
Hay Timothy. $99 50 per ton; cheat, ?G
6 no, clover. $7 DO 8; oat. $763; wheat. $7S.
Barley Feed barley. '62Vi63e per ctl.j brew
ing. S0S5c, according to quality.
Millstufrs Bran, $12; mlddlingsr$13 50; chop
feed, $12 & 15; middlings, none in market;
chicken wheat. C7H5c per cental.
Butter Fancy creamery is quoted at 226252
per pound; fancy dairy. 17V420c; fair to good,
12t415c; common. S&Htc.
Potatoes Quotations wholly nominal.
Onions Good Oregon, UOcSfJl per sack.
Poultry Chickens, old. quoted at $2 50 g3 per
dozen; young, $1 7552 50 per dozen; ducks, $4
4 50, geese, $6; turkeys, live, 6Sc per pound;
dressed, SlOc per pound.
"Eggs Oregon were quoted at llftllUc per
Tropical fruit California lemons, $2 5003 50;
Flcily, $4 50; bananas, Honolulu. $1 C0?2 50;
New Orleans, $2tt 50 per bunch; California
navels, $2 2563 per box; pineapples, Hon
c'ulu, 3JT3 50; sugar-loaf, $5. Figs California
t'.ack. boxes, quoted at $125; sacks, 4g"5c; Cal
ifornia white, 10-pound boxes, 00c$l; 25-pound
boxes. $2 50; sacks. OfrSc; Turkish, boxes, 14
10c; fancy, large. 20821c; bags. 10c
Fresh fruit Apples, good, $1&1 50 per box;
common. 75c? 1.
Oregon vegetables Cabbage. lUc per pound:
California vegetables Brussels sprouts, $1 25
per 30-pound box: green peas, 12613c per pound;
artichokes, 90c$l per dozen: cauliflower, 85c
per dozen. $2 50 per crate: sweet potatoes. $3
3 50 per cental; cucumbers, hothouse, $1 B0
1 75, garlic, SfflOc per pound: lettuce, 25c per
dczen, $1 per box; asparagus, lS$20c per pound;
new potatoes, 3Vsc per pound.
Nuts Almonds, soft-shell, VQllc per pound;
paper-shell, 12V3$14c; new crop California wal
ruts, soft-shell. ll12'4c; standard walnuts,
lOHSlle; Italian chestnuts. 12414c; pecans.
13310c; Brazils, 12gl3c: filberts. 1415c; pea
nuts, raw. fancy. 567c; roasted, 10c; hickory
nuts. SglOc; cocoanuts, 90c per dozen.
Wool Valley. 810c according to quality;
mpqua. 4jac; xau cup. sovc; Astern Oregon.
Hops Choice, 7c; medium. 4J6c; poor, 3c.
Provisions Eastern hams, medium, quoted at
lH412o per pound: hams, picnics. 10011c;
breakfast bacon. 12f?13c; short clear sides. 108
11?; dry salt sides. sgiOo; dried beef hams. 13
ttltc; lard, compound, in tins. S69Uc: pure.
In tins. 7jSll4c; pigs' feet, 80s, $3 50; 40s,
13 25. kits. $1 25.
The Merchandise Market.
Salmon Columbia river. No. 1 talis. $1 2S
1 00; No. 2 tails. 52 25g2 50; fancy. No. 1.
Cats. $1 751 S5; Alaska. No. 1 talis. $1 20 9
1 30; No. 2 tails. $1 902 25.
Coal Steady; domestic, $5ff7 50 per ton; for
eign. $8 50911.
Beans Small white. No. 1. 3',jc per pound;
butter. 3-jc: bayou. 5c: Lima. 5c.
Sugar D. -Hc: C, 4c: extra C. 4Hc: dry gran
ulated, &Vc; cube, crushed and powdered. 6c
rcr pound; Vic per pound discount on all grades
fcr prompt cash; hatf-b&rrele. se more than
barrels, maple sugar, 15ICo per pound.
Cordage Manilla rope, li-'nch. is quoted at
IV and sisal, tic per pound.
Coffee Costa Rica. 22 23ftc; Rio. 2022c;
Salvador. 21 tf 21Hc; Mocha. 2CH 2Sc; Padang
Java. 31c; Palembang Java, 20 2Sc; Lahat
Jaa. 23g25c; Arbuckle's Mokoska and Lion.
$23 50 per 100-pound case; Columbia. $22 SO per
The Meat Market.
Mutton Gross, best sheen, wethers. $2
2 10, ewes. $1 5011 76; lambs. $2: dressed mut
t n. 4 94 He; lamb;. 4tc per pound.
Beef Gross, top steers. $2 50 ? 2 SO; fair to
Food steers, $2 2 25; cows, $2 2 50; dressed
bee', 4c per pound.
Veai Dressed, small, 5fCc; large. 364c per
Hogs Gross, choice heavy. $30 CO: light and
feeder. $3 50; dressed. 4He per pound.
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET.
Heavy Decline In Oregon Rallrray
Jt Navigation Company Bond.
Et lORk. Feb. 27,-Speculatloa on the
rs:ock exchaag today was irrrgular n a light
N.ume of buf4ness. The market opened firm,
a-.l there was a very general advance in prices,
wr.ch was led by Canadian Pacific, with a gain
cf 14 per eet. An exception to the genera!
rength was Leather preferred, which was sold
en the declaration of a dividend of only 1 per
c -st instead of 4 per e nt. as was anticipated.
V break f 3K per cent was made, the stock
f.uching 5S bofere aay rapportlns orders were
f;unl Then came a rally t &b,, which was
'': (.losing price. The cmnon stock foil off
"t per cent, closing at a recovery of . The
general market was fairly well held up to II
t :c-K at which hur most of the shares dealt
!a had reoorded an Improvement. Then came
a:ca to reaZize pre&ts, which resulted la a re
action el H61H pr cent. Mlssoari Pacific lead
big the list. As an exception to the general re
cession. Cotton and Bay State Gas and Cocsol
id&ttd Coal moved up 1 per cent, and a few
other shares a fraction. After mid-day. the
trading became stagnant, and the movement of
prices in the usually active list was ery nar
row. In the specialties. Consolidated Gas ad
vanced 1. and Bay State Gas 1H per cent.
Michigan Central sold down 2 per cent, with
out a rally. During the last hour the coal
shares came Into prominence, particularly New
Jersey Central. The last prices made In the
general market, compared with the dosing
sales of yesterday, show an appreciation in
The bend market ruled quiet, but generally
firm during the day. Among the inactive mort
gages there were some notable recessions, par
ticularly Oregon Navigation collateral 5s. trust,
which sold at 36. against 50 oa December 29.
The total sales were $454,500.
Money on call, easy at IVi per cent: closed at
1H per cent; prime mercantile paper. oVi'Vi
per cent: sterling exchange, Arm. -with actual
business in bankers' bills at $4 8Stt&4 88 for
demand, and $4 874 87'A for CO days; posted
rate. $4 8794 SS and $4 S9g4 00; commer
cial bills, $4 8fUM 6614; sliver certificates,
Government bonds, steady; state bonds, dull;
railroad bonds, firm.
Petroleum Firmer: Pennsylvania oil sales,
none; March option sales, none; closed at $1 04
The total sales of stocks today were 137.C31
An. Sugar 21.200JN. T. Central 3,700
Ara. Tobacco .... 6.400!North western ... 9.10")
Chicago Gas 6.800 Rock Island 4.200
Distilling 13.200St. Paul 3.000
Mo. Pacific 8.400 U. S. Leather 3,000
N, J. Central... .22.300!
The sterling exchange market today showed a
small volume of business. The tone was fairly
firm at slightly lower rates. The Inquiry was
good, chiefly by foreign houses who have been
sellers of stocks In this market for London ac
count. There has been aa attempt to create
the Impression that there is danger of gold ex
ports, owing to the fact that exchange is ap
proaching the shipping point, but it has borne
no fruit, as there is a firm belief that the bond
syndicate has the market well In hand.
The closing quotations for bonds at New York
yesterday were as follows:
U. S. 5s, reg 110 IC. P. lsts of '95..100yi
do 5s, coup.. ..116 (Erie 2ds ........... 55
do 4s. reg 112ilG. II. & S. A. IW XI
do 4s, coup 112Vtj do 7s 100
do 2s, reg. 95
Pacific Cs of 95..100
Ala., class A 104
do B 105
do C 93
do currency 95 I
La. new cons., 4s. S3
Mo. Cs 100
N. Car. 6s 125
do 4s 1)9
S. Car. non-fund., m
Xenn. new set Cs. St
do 5s 100
do old Cs CO
Va. Centuries .... 5S?4
do der cy,
Can. S. 2ds 100
D. & R. G. 7s 114
do 4s 80ft
II. & T. Cent. os..iu
do Cs 102
Mut. Union Cs lllVj
N J. C gen. 5s... 111
Northern Pac. lstsll2Vi
do 2ds S2
Northwest cons.... 140
do S. F. deb. 5S..110
Rio Gr. West, lsts C.V.4
St- P. cons.. 7s...12.
iSU Louis & I.M.
gen. 5s 77
St. Louis & S. F.
Ken. 0s lltt
Texas Pac lsts 94i
do 2ds 'a
V. P. lsts of '90...1O2
West Shore 4s.... 105
The closing quotations for stocks on the .New
York exchange yesterday were as follows:
Atchison 4 (Northwestern SS
Adams Express.. .142j do prcf 139
Alt. & Ter. 11.... 35U1N. Y. Central Wi
Am. Express 109 N. Y. & N. Eng.. 29
Bait. & Ohio 58 Ont. & Western... 1314
Can. Pacific 44-Oregon Imp 1U
Can. Southern ... 48lK!Oregon Nav 13
Central Pacific ... 12J
Ches, & Ohio 10 &
O. S. L. & U. N.. 4Vi
Pacific Mail 22V,
P.. D. &E 2-2
oucago & Alton. .146
Chi., B. & Q 70
Chicago Gas 71
L-on. uas 132
C, C C & St. L 35iRlo Gr. Western.. 10
Col. Coal & Iron.. 5 ) do prcf 4.5
Cotton Oil Cert... 201,.Rock Island Cl
Del. & Hudson... 126 St. Paul 33ltt
Del.. L. & W 15S&J do pref 117
D. & R. G. prcf.. 34 1st. Paul & Omaha 30
Dtst. &. C. F. Co.. HWdO pref 100
Erie STiBouthern Pacific ... 1
do pref 16
Sugar Refinery ... 91
Tenn. Coal & Iron. 14
Ft. Wayne 150
Gr. North, prer.,.100
Chi. & E. I. pref.. 90
rexas Pacific 8
T. & O. C pref... 70
Hocking Valley .. 18 Union Pacific ...
III. Central 86 U. S. Express
St. P. & Duluth... 20 iWab.. St. L. &. P
Kan. & Tex. prer. sii do nrer
Lake E. & West... 15,lWells-Fargo Ex
Western Union ..
Louis. & Nash...
Louis, &. N. Alb..
Wheel. : l. 12...
do nref. ........
Minn. & St. L.... 23
D. & R. G... 11-
Gen. Electric 2Sii
Mem. & Charles..
10 Nat. Linseed IS
Mich. Central .
Mo. Pacific ....
Mobile & Ohio.
Nash. & Chat.
Nat. Cordage ..
92 Col. Fuel &. Iron.. 24
19 do pref.... 55
14 H. & T. Cent 2
C4 r., A. A. & N. M. 1
5 J. St. L. & K. C. 1
do prer. .
S do pref..
N. J. Central 84U:So. R. R
Nor. & W. pref... 11 I do pref....
North Am. Co.... 3lAm. Tobacco
2U! do pref.
U. P.. D. & G.
13H.fSt. P.. M.
SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. 27. The official clos
ing quotations for mining stocks today were
Alia. $0 31!JustIce C
Alpha Con CKentuck Con $0 04
Andes 23Mcxlcan 73
Belcher 41IMono 20
Best & Belcher... 75IMU Diablo 10
Bodle Con 80'Navajo 3
Bullion 20jOccklental Con.... C
Bulwer Con 14IOuhir 1 55
Caledonia CjOverman 13
Challenge Con.... 34iPotosl 4S
Chollar 52:Savage 41
Confidence 1 15 Scorpion 2
Con. Cal. & Va... 2 45 Sierra Nevada .... 61
Con. Imperial 1 Silver Hill 4
Crown Point 421Sllver King 10
Exchequer 2 Union Con 42
Gould & Curry.... 44 Utah Con 5
Hale & Norcross. 93 Yellow Jacket .... 52
NEW YORK. Feb. 27. Mining stocks today
closed as follows:
Bulwer $0 09'Ontario ..
... 1 23
... 2 12
... 2 30
Con. Cal. & Va....
Gould & Curry...
Hale &- Norcross..
401 da pref
70iYellow Jacket ,
London Financial News.
NEW YORK, Feb. 27. The Evening Post's
London cablegram says: The American loan
has given general satisfaction here. The details
are exactly as cabled yesterday. A few small
men got their applications in full. The price
has raised to 5 per cent premium, applicants
having oversold previously. There is much
talk about the speedy return of the bonds to
America, and also talk of gold shipments re
commencing to America, owing to the firmness
of exchange. These influences cause quiet mar
kets, because of the many absentees. The tone
today was firm, consols rising on government
purchases and foreigners on the buoyancy in
Paris. Americans were irregular, but had a bet
ter tone, except for the flatness of Erie and
Bullion and Exchnnirc.
SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. 27. Following are the
bank rates for bullion and exchange in this
market: Drafts on sight. New York, per $100,
12c; do telegraphic. 17c; sterling bills. Lon
don. 60-day bank. $4 SS; do sight, $4 S;
silver bars, per ounce. 60-H60c; Mexican dol
LONDON. Feb. 27. Bar sliver. 27 ll-10d; con
sols. 104 11-16; Bank of England discount rate.
2 per cent. '
SAN FRANCISCO TRADE.
Prices and Comment From the Bay
S."OS FRANCISCO. Feb. 27. Flour Net cash
prices for family extras. $3 258 35 per barrel;
bakers extras. $3 13gtt 25; superflne, $2 10
2 40 per barrel.
Wheat The market is steady and prices are
moderately firm at a range of 82S3c for
geod to choice shipping quality. Offerings are
not large, aad it is possible that round lots
would find custom at a trifling advance or quo
tations. Milling wheat. S70c per cental;
Walla Walla wheat. 7S'ifSlHe for fair average
quality. S1HSS5C fr blue-stem, and 7?fc73c
Barley A steadier feeling seewe to he devel
oping, but prices have not yet been disturbed.
Feed, fair to good. 72ff72;e; choice. 73c; brew
ing. S5l0c per cental.
Oats Trading continues of a jabbing charac
ter, the demand being promptly met; mill
ing oats are quoted at $1 U2?1 15 per cental:
fancy feed, $11 05; good to choice. 93c$l;
fair to good. 90S93c: poor to fair. 82S7c;
Surprise. $1 0561 15; black. $1 I01 25; red,
$1 05 1 17: gray. 92Cr97c per cental.
Potatoes Offerings continue large; prices not
quite so firm. Receipts of new today were 9
sacks.. New potatoes are quoted at l$2c
per Ih.; Early Rose. 40?55c; River Rds. 20
30e; Burbanks, SOtNOe; Oregon Barbaaks. 40
S5c; Salinas Burbanks. 75o$l; sweets. 309
75c for Rivers, aad $1 251 30 per cental for
Oaoas Prices are cuing, &s arrivals bav$
been rather free for a day or two. Much trashy
stock is yet on the market. Quotable at S5cQ
$1 03 for fair to choice. Cut onions, 25805c per
Wool Fall Free Northern. 7Slic per pound;
Northern defective. 57e; Southern and San
Joaquin, light and frees, 5Cc; do defective,
Hops Quotable at 4Ss per pound, as to
Receipts: Flour, sacks. 5700; wheat, centals.
6C.O00: barley, centals. 1935; beans, sacks, 1753;
potatoes, sacks. 2391; onions, sacks, 313; bran,
sacks, 1335. .
Prices Realized for Livestock at Chi
cago and Oinahn.
CHICAGO, Feb. 27. The cattle market was
strong. Common to fancy steers, $B G05 85;
osws and bulls, $1 504 25; prime steers, $5 75;
fancy heifers and bulls. $4 404 50.
The hog market was steady. Prime heavy
hogs, $4 304 35; best light, $4; bulk, ?44 25;
heavy. $3 SOj.
The sheep market was dulL Sheep were sal
able at $2 50g4 40 for poor to choice, and lambs
were quoted at $3 255 33.
Receipts Cattle, 12,000; calves, 400; hogs, 44,-
000; sheep. 11.000.-
OMAHA, Feb. 27.-Cattle Receipts. 2000. A
good share of the beeves wefe wheat-fed Oregon
steers, and they all eold well. One bunch of 10
loads sold at $4 05, while some 1350-pouml Ore
gon cattle of the same kind brought $4 75, and
as high as $5 was paid for some natives.
Groceries. Etc.. In the East.
CHICAGO, Feb. 27. The provision market was
in the main inclined to weakness, and closed
finally at declines of 7c on pork and 5c on lard
and ribs. Some offers of long stuff were re
ceived, and traders concluded it could not be
disposed of without causing a greater decline
than they were willing to accept at present, and
therefore ceased their efforts, after a moderate
loss. Mess pork May, $10 13. Lard May,
?C 421j. Short ribs May, $5 22.
NEW YORK, Feb. 27. Hops-Quiet.
Pig iron Dull; American,- $9 50. Copper
Quiet; brokers price. $9 50; exchange price.
$9 C5. Lead Steady; exchange price, $8 07i&
3 10. Tin Steady; straits. $13 50; plates, quiet.
Spelter Dull; domestic, $3 10.
Coffee Closed weak and 510 points lower;
March. $14 9513 05; May, $14 05314 SO; Sep
tember. $14 75; December. $14 CO.
Sugar Raw. quiet; fair refining. 2 11-lCo;
centrifugal, 96 test. 3c; refined, steady.
Boston "Wool Market.
BOSTON. Feb. 27. The American Wool and
Cotton Reporter will say tomorrow of the wool
The consumption of wool since the last writ
ing has probably equaled the average since Jan
uary 1. but the wool market has been on the
whole lower than In any week of January. The
market is fairly steady. Foreign advices arc
somewhat more assuring, and doubtless the ef
fect of a slight Improvement abroad will be felt
here. The sales of the week amount to 1,621,500
pounds domestic and 453,000 pounds? foreign,
making a total of 2,077,000 pounds, against
a total of 2,830,500 pounds for the pre
vious week, and a total of 3,397.000 pounds for
the corresponding week last year. The sales
since January 1. 1S95. amount to 25,3S5,300
pounds, against 2O.131.C0O pounds a year ago.
If Dahy Is Cuttlner Teeth,
Be sure to use that old and well-tried retnedv,
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, for children
teething. It soothes the child, softens the
gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic and
Ministers, lawyers, teachers and others whose
occupation gives but little exercise should use
Carter's Little Liver Pills for torpid liver and
biliousness. One is a dose. Try them.
TO THE PUBLIC The Oregonian charges for
all meeting notices, of whatever description.
Calls for meetings, general invitations to public
gatherings, etc, come under this head. Special
rates, however, will be given on meeting notices
of certain character, when it is announced that
no price of admission will be charged.
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
At tho Central Auction Room?, cor. Alder and
Park sts. A quantity of general household fur
niture MnwtB InnA .11,-tfl Irva nn TMrHArou-
also a .stock of plaled 'phdto--fra'hiaB. shaving
cases, mirrors, etc. bate -at juo ciock. ueo.
Baker '& Co.', auctioneers. ,
Fine furniture, at residence, 407 Jackson st..
between 10th and 11th, at 10 A. M. S. L. N.
WASSERMAN In this city. Feb. 26. Philip
Washerman, aged C7 years. Funeral will take
place from residence. 595 Davis St., at 10 A.
M., Thursday, Feb. 2S.
EDWARD IIOLMAN. undertaker and
ctubaliuor. 4th and Yaniliill. Tel. COT.
FINLEY & REIGER, Undertakers and
Exnlinlmers. 143 Fifth. Tel. O.
$5000 FOR $3400 A FINE MODERN 9-ROOM
house and lot. in Irvington; house cost the
builders, who were architects and built it for
their own home, the snug little sum of $3700;
lot 50x100; house modern in every particular;
one-half block from the car line; will sell the
place for $3400. and In installments. If so de
sired. Just been foreclosed upon, hence the
sacrifice. DeLashmutt & Son. 207-209 Stark st
WE nAVE SOME VERY DESIRABLE RESI
dence lots on Vaughn, between 21st and 23d.
belonging to Johnson estate, which we will
tell for one-half what Is asked for lots around
them: street improvements made: lots lay two
to three feet above grade. Will bs eold on easy
terms. No one offering nicer quarter blocks
fcr $2500. DeLashmutt & Son. 209 Stark st
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE OR
personal security. Henry L. Murton & Co.,
C( A T AND "WOOD DRY VERY BEST IN
KjKJAJJ town, guaranteed. Brown & Hicks,
foot of Yamhill st. Phone 713.
QUARTER BLOCK FOR LEASF.
Southwest cor. Sixth and Irving. Clayton &
Oliver Co., room 10 Worcester block.
RECEIVER'S SALE OF WOOD COAL
Fir wood, sawed, from $3.10 upward. Pioneer
Wood Co.. foot of Morrison st. Telephone 189.
For 10 or 15 years A SOxSO foot lot. on Fifth
st. not far from Washington. For particulars
see DeLashmutt & Son. 207-209 Stark st.
LOANS ON LOWEST TERMS
Ample funds to loan at 0 to 10 per cent, on
choice and unimproved property and on first
class notes. F. V. Andrews & Co.. 131 Third st
R. SSnCTSIN. 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, ever
On Friday, March 1,
At private house, 432 Market st. near 13th
The contents of 7 rooms, including: Uphols
tered parlor furniture: extension table; side
board; high-back chairs; rockers: crockery:
glassware; lace curtains: hanging lamps; por
tiere; 3 bed sets: springs: mattresses; bed
ding; toiletware; cook stove: graniteware; body
Brussels carpets; rugs, and other effects.
Sale FrWay next at 10 o'clock sharp.
GEO. BAKER & CO., Auctioneers
0a Monday, March i,
At private residence. 193 Seventh st. opposite
the Porttewi hotel The costly furniture, car
pets, etc., of 10 rooms, comprising: Finely up
holstered odd pieces: exquisite center table; ele
gant china pedestal; braoe easels; 3 pairs por
tieres; 12 pairs lace curtains; silverware; com
bination sideboard: refrigerator, with French
mirror back; 2 dosen oak Vienna chairs; dining
tables; library table; large calendar clock;
large assortment of cut glass and dinner ware;
ebony caMnet: combination desk: small desk;
3 chiffoniers: 6 elegant walnut bedroom sets,
with large French-plate mirrors, of modern
designs; springs and best quality hair mat
tresses; eek Windsor folding bed; large quan
tity of superior bedding; toilet sets: 3 ward
robes; best quality Brussels carpets throughout
the house; costly Mississippi steel range, with
water back and reservoir; the usual culinary
utensils; 200 Jars of choice fruit and preserves,
and miscellaneous articles.
Auction sale at 9:30 o'clock sharp, as the lots
GEO. BAKER & CO , AucUvn'crs.
TO PRINTERS FOR SALE A ?IRST-CLASS
country newspaper and Job office in a county
seat town in Northern California: a bar
gain to the right person. Inquire Palmer &
Rey, Portland, Or.
$10,000. $5000. $3000. $2000. $1000. $1500. $S00
and $500 to loan on mortgages. David S.
Stearns, 240 Washington st. "
WALL PAPER. 10c PER DOUBLE ROLL. AT
Schofleld & Morgan's. 192 Third st.
RATES IN CLASSIFIED COLUMNS.
"For Rent Rooms" and "Employment Want
ed." 1 cent a word each insertion; under all
other headings, 2 cents a word first insertion
and 1 cent a word each subsequent Insertion.
All classified advertisements of less than 15
words counted and charged as 15 words; over 13
words., anything less than 5 words counted and
charged as 5 words.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE OR TRADE 320 ACRES OF GOOD
Al land, broken and ready for the plow. In
Douglas county. Wash., section 20. N.. R. 30;
can be put in crop this spring, if party de
sires, will trade for Portland property, or sell
on reasonable terms. For full particulars ap
ply at once to McKinley Mitchell. Gervals, Or.
EXECUTOR'S SALE AT HALF VALUE S
lots, near Ladd's addition. East Jefferson St.;
also SO-acre farm, with house, barn. etc. near
Corbett's farm, near the Sandy river. M. C.
Lyon, 124 First st.
BEAT THIS IF YOU CAN FOR SALE 50
acres, south of Reedville; all fenced: 10 acres
improved; 30 slashed and burned; fine level
land; house and barn; $1500. G. L. Rohr, 262
FOR SALE CHEAP VALUABLE ACRE
property. In small tracts. Inquire of August
Frankc, Multnomah Berry Ranch. Powell's
Valley road, 3 miles from Portland.
ABOUT 25 FARMS IN YAMHILL COUNTY,
the garden Epot of Oregon; all sizes, shapes
and prices. Come and take your pick. De
Lashmutt & Son. 209 Stark st.
FOR SALE OR TRADE $3000 MORTGAGE
on a fine farm worth $8000; will take part
cash, balance city or suburban property. Ad
dress K 8, care Oregonian.
WEST IRVINGTON LOTS AND BLOCKS FOR
sale, in delightful tract: for sale on easy
trms. For particulars apply to A. G. Ryan,
895 Larrabee st. city.
WE HAVE SOME EXTRAORDIANRY BAR
gains in acre property, near the city. Lent &
McGrew, 2054 Morrison st.
FOR SALE VALUABLE FRUIT FROPER
ty. very cheap; part cash and trade. Address
O 2, care Oregonian.
FIVE ACRES, NEAR MOUNT TABOR, AT A
bargain. S. B. RIggen & Co., S31a Third st.,
$300 BUYS LOT 50x100, ON EAST 2STH ST.,
three blocks from car line. C 3, care Orego
nian. 160-ACRE FARM TO EXCHANGE FOR OP.E
gon town property. M. Griffin. Cottonwood. Cal.
GENUINE BARGAINS IN LOTS. ACREAGE,
farms: 5c fare. O. R. Additon, Lent's. Or.
TO EXCHANGE FOR PORTLAND PROPER
ty 640 . acres. In Texas: also-40 rods ocean
front, at Long Beach. 296 Fremont st.
FOR RENT FARMS.
FARMS FOR RENT 42 ACRES. ALL CLEAR.
6 miles northeast of Vancouver. Wash.; house,
barn, etc; price, $84 per year. 20 acres. 3
miles from city: 10 acres clear, balance pas
ture; 2 houses, 2 barns: price, $20 per month.
13 acres, adjoining Kenilworth; 230 fruit trees,
house, barn, etc; 5-cent fare; price, $20 per
month. 500 acres, near Brownsville, Or.; rent
on shares: 253 acres in cultivation. DeLash
mutt &. Son, 209 Stark st
FOR .RENT 10-ACRE FRUIT AND POTATO
ranch, all furnished, cheap. T. J. Hammer,
206 Stark st.
FOR SALE MIS CELL ANEOTJS.
HORSES AT PRIVATE SALE-CONSISTING
of shires, Cleveland iays, trotting bred and
Shetlacds. I will sell at private sale about 40
head of horses, suitable for heavy and light
work, and roadsters; also brood mares and
youngsters. Horses can be seen at Park farm,
adjoining racetrack, in charge of C. Shaner.
or to A. G. Ryan.
ON EXHIBITION AT VANCOUVER COMMIS
slon House, 131 Front st: JjThe premium
Brown Leghorns, Black Minqfcas and Blue
Andalusians, from Stockton. Sal., Come and
jsee something feoodr WfEVAttflngs of eggs
can be booked. John Vlncc & Son.
FOR' SALE FURNITURE OF G-ROOM COT
tage. new and at a bargain if:taken at once.
373 Stark st Call from 12 to 4.
SECOND-HAND MACHINERY; DANA. AL
bee & Walker now occupy their new premises.
East Water st, cor. Taylor.
NEW SEWING MACHINES,
machines rented. $2 per mo.
FROM $25 UP;
348 Morrison st
FISCHER PIANO. IN FINE CONDITION;
must be sold; $135 cash. Foss music store.
FINE UPRIGHT PIANO FOR SALE. CHEAP.
15 Grand ave.
HELP WANTED, MALE.
WANTED AGENTS IN EVERY TOWNIN
Oregon, to represent one of the oldest, strong
est and best-known fire insurance companies
in the United States; assets over $9,000,000;
surplus to policy-holders over $5,000,000. Ad
dress Insurance, P. O. box 130, Portland, Or.
WANTED TRAVELING SALESMEN Ev
erywhere; rapid-selling specialty: elegant side
line; liberal commissions: Inclose stamp. Tho
Centaur Novelty Mfg. Co., Mishawaka, Ind.
MEN TWO. ENERGETIC. WILLING TO
work; good salary to right parties. 214 First
nELP WANTED FEMALE.
HOUSEWORK FIRST-CLASS COOK. WHO
understands housework: must have good refer
ences; none others need apply; three in fam
ily; good wages. 120 Front st.
HOUSEWORK GIRL FOR GENERAL WORK;
two In family. Apply 14 East Seventh st,
HOUSEWORK GIRL FOR GENERAL WORK,
Apply cor. East 19th and Hancock sts., Irv
ington. HOUSEWORK-GIRL WHO UNDERSTANDS
cooking and general work. Apply 460 Main
HOUSEWORK GIRL FOR WORK. SWEDE
or German preferred. 172 North ISth st
HOUSEWORK AN EXPERIENCED GIRL TO
do general housework. 071 Gllran st
HOUSEWORK GIRL TO ASSIST; SMALL
wages. 223 North ISth, cor. Lovejoy.
HOUSEWORK GIRL FOR GENERAL WORK;
160 11th st Call after 9 A. M.
COOK IN SMALLPRIVATE FAMILY. CALL
at 103 10th st
SITUATION WANTED MALE.
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
SITUATION WANTED IN WHOLESALE OR
retail house; -1 years' experience In general
merchandise; best references furnished. Ad
dress Alfred Wilson. 312 Oak st.
SITUATION WANTED B' TRUSTWORTHY
man of business experience, as shipping clerk
In store or warehouFe, or other position of
trust: had responsible position for 13 years;
best of reference. Address E -1, care Orego
nian. SITUATION WANTED BY SY.'EDE. AS
coachman, gardener or any kind of work; was
in one place four years and 10 months. Ad
dress G. Anderson. 1S1 14th st.
SITUATION WANTED IN THE COUNTRY
by a competent young Japanese cook; speaks
English. Address S. Tachy, 43 North Fourth
SITUATIONS WANTED FESIALE.
SITUATION WANTED BY A REFINED
lady, as housekeeper for gentleman, or com
panion to lady; good home more of an object
than wages; very handy with needle; good
references. J 7, care Oregonian.
SITUATION WANTED-AS COOK OR HOUSE
keeper, in refined Christian, American home;
only good parties. Address V 5, care Orego
nian. SITUATION WANTED BY A WIDOW, AS
housekeeper. 903 Michigan ave. Alblna.
STYLISH DRESSMAKER WISHES ENGAGE
raents by the day; perfect fit and first-class
work guaranteed: charges moderate. Address
A 2. care Oregonian.
SITUATION WANTED BY A FIRST-CLASS
dressmaker: a few more engagements by the
day. 16S 12th st
SITUATION WANTED BY MIDDLE-AGED
woman, to do chamberwork in hotel or lodging-house.
Address M 4, care Oregonian.
SITUATION WANTED TO DO UPSTAHtS OR
second work, in hotel or boarding-house Rocm
39, Qulniby bouse.
SITUATIONS "WANTED "PE3L4.LE-
SITUATION WANTED BY A GIRL. TO DO
general housework and cooking. S3 North 10th
The Troy Laundry Co., at 214 Grand ave.. Port
land, Or., will make liberal terms on applica
tion to any persons taking an agency for them.
Write at once. AH goods shipped them will
receive prompt attention and good service.
WANTED EXPERIENCED. RELIABLE
agents, both men and women, to call between
9 and 12 A. M. W. T. Shurtleff. supt. of
agents, room 325 Chamber of Commerce.
Agents in every state, on salary and commis
sion: agents making $23 to $50 weekly. Eu
reaa Chemical & Mfg. Co.. La Crosse. Wis.
"WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED A NICELY FURNISHED COT
tage of 5 or 6 rooms, for one or two years. In
good residence locality. L 9, fare Oregonian.
WANTED TO LEASE BUILDING, FOR MA
chine shop and foundry; state price and all
particulars. Address Lease, care Oregonian.
WANTED A SMALL. COSILY" FURNISHED
house, in good location, by married couple.
Address Room 520 Chamber of Commerce.
ROOM AND BOARD. BY GENTLEMAN AND
wife, in first-class private family and In best
part of town. H 4, care Oregonian.
WANTED 3 NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS,
or alcove room and kitchen, for light house
keeping. Q 3, care Oregonian.
"WANTED MIS CELLANEOPy.
THE GILUAN AUCTION AND COMMISSION
Company. No. 4C First st.. between Ash and
Pine, will pay cash for the furniture of resi
dences. WANTED FOR CASH HOUSEHOLD
niture. carpets, etc.. to any amount.
354 Alder ar Geo. Baker & Co.
Apply WANTED A TEACHER OF ENGLISH CON
certlna. Address J. Clark, 5SS Pcttygrove St.,
Highest price paid for household goods, carpets,
stoves, etc. Loeffler & Cohs. 263 Front st.
WANTED A SECOND-HAND SAFE, CHEAP.
Address C 2, care Oregonian.
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. 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.
NEW ARLINGTON. 268 STARK ST.. OPPO
elte Chamber of Commerce Fine large suites.
$4; single, $1 50 and upward; hot baths, gas.
AT THE GOODNOUGH BUILDING. FOURTH
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
Eulte or single; modern improvements.
THE RICHMOND. YAMHILL, COR. PARK
Rooms from $6 up; transients a specialty; freo
baths and all modern conveniences.
YAMHILL ST., 414, COR. 11TH PLEASANT,
newly furnished rooms, for gentlemen; steam
heat, bath, gas and telephone.
TENTH ST.. NEAR MORRISON FURNISK
ed rooms, with heat hot and cold water and
bath. Call at 327 Morrison.
PARK ST., 163. COR. MORRISON HAND
somely furnished rooms, bay window and al
cove, en suite or single.
SIXTH ST., 207, NEAR HOTEL PORTLAND
Large room, with alcove; modern conven
iences; private family. t
FIRST ST., . 264 NICELY FURNISHED
rooms, lately renovated; transients a special
THIRTEENTH ST., 206 WELL-FURNISHED
and cheerful front room; private family; oa
SIXTH ST.. 73-NlCELY FURNISHED ROOM,
with use of parlor, piano and bath; rent rea
sonable. AT 121 10TH ST., S. W. COR. WASHINGTON
Elegantly furnished rooms. Inquire of Mrs.
ELEVENTH ST., 33, NORTH NICE SUNNY
unfurnished rooms, with bath, in a private
FIRST ST., 253r-ROOMS. SI: FRONT, $1 30.
$2, $2 50 week; also front housekeeping suite
MORRISON ST.. 3S4 FINE BAY-WINDOW
parlor suite, cheap; also single room, $t.
BUSH ST., COR. JONES, SAN FRANCISCO
Flne sunny rooms. Mrs. A. 31. Elklns.
WASHINGTON ST., 313'.A. THE LAFAYETTE
Rooni3, from $5 per month and up.
WEST PARK ST., 161 NICELY FURNISHED
Rooms "With Hoard.
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 ths
times; excellent white cook; suites. $55 to $65,
for two people: single rooms, $25 to $10.
FLANDERS ST.. 510-PORTLAND WOMEN'S
Union boarding - house, for young women:
terms, including 10 pieces of washing, $3 to $7
per week, according to room.
FOR RENT ROOMS, WITH GOOD BOARD;
use of piano; home comforts; $15 per month.
Address F 7, care Oregonian.
AT THE COLONIAL. 165 10TH ST HAND
somely furnished suite, second floor; table
and service first-classs.
TAYLOR ST.. 490 ROOMS. EN SUITE OR SIN
gie. with board, witli comforts of home; ref
THE McXENZIE. 334 YAMHILL ST.. COR.
Seventh Nicely furnished rooms, with or with
GRAND AVE.. 2S. NEAR BURNSIDE TWO
furnished rooms, cheap, with or without
TAYLOR ST.. 3S9 FURNISHED ROOMS. EN
suite or single, with board. SS9 Taylor st.
FOURTEENTH ST., 269, COR. JEFFERSON
Pleasantly furnished rooms, with board.
YAMHILL ST.. 391 DESIRABLE ROOMS,
with first-class board.
TWELFTH ST.. 211-TWO
rooms, with board. .
MAIN ST.. 429-NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS
for housekeeping: also furnished parlors, suit
able for gentlemen; rent reasonable.
FIRST ST.. 233U FRONT SUITE. FIRST
fioor, furnished, for housekeeping; every con
venience; low rent; central.
SIXTH ST.. 310 VERY DESIRABLE ROOMS,
furnished, for light housekeeping; good loca
tion; private family.
TWELFTH ST., 1S7 DESIRABLE HOUSE
keeplng rooms; also lower fluor of four rooms;
THIRD ST.. 421 FIRST FLOOR OF FUR
nished cottage, for housekeeping; desirable
?OR RENT UPPER FLOOR OF PRIVATE
house, 4 rooms and bath. Address F 4, care
TWO COSY HOUSEKEEPING SUITES REA
sonable. 206 1st over Farmers' & Mechan.
FIRST. 372'.4 NEWLY FURNISHED OR UN
fumlshed rooms, for housekeeping; also rooms.
FOR RENT THAT HANDSOME. CONVEN
lent. modern 9-room house, 791 Kearney st.
near 24th; house has furnace, fireplace, man
tel, large attic and basement; a charming
home. Key can be had at house next door.
For further particulars call on C. H. Korell,
164 First St., near Morrison, up stairs.
FOR RENT 9-ROOM HOUSE. WITH BATH,
basement aid modem conveniences, in first
class condition: centrally located. East Side.
A. H. Buckman, Jtrr Morrison st C
FOR RENT 9-ROOM HOUSE. WITH BASE
ment furnace and all modern improvements.
420 Burnside st Inquire next door.
FOR RENT SMALL 7-ROOM HOUSE. NEAT
and comfortably furnished; bath; cheap to
good tenant 493 Jefferson st
THIRD ST. FLATS OF 4 OR 8 ROOMS. OP
posite plaza. M. C. Lyon, 124 .First, or H.
Ackerman, 249 Washington st
FOR RENT A PLEASANT. NEW HOUSE,
cor. 24th and Marshall, on lCOxlCO; rent $45.
Apply 635 Irving st
FOR RENT HOUSE 3 ROOMS. CLOSET
and pantry: water free; $3. Clinton & Mc
Coy. 2S4 Morrison.
FOR RENT 7-ROOM COTTAGE: BATH AND
fireplaces; dcs.rable location. Apply 173 16th
et, cor, Yaaiull,
FOR RENT ELEGANT 7-ROOM COTTAGE,
all modern improvements, 407 Jackson st.
Call 451 10th.
FOR RENT HOUSES AND STORES IN ALL
parts of city. Henry Ackerman, 249 Wash
FOR RENT HOUSE. 447 SEVENTH ST. IN
culre Wcodard. Clarke & Co.. First and Al
FOR RENT A 5-ROOM COTTAGE. ONE
block north of Burnside bridge. 41 Union ave.
FOR RENT 5-RCOM HOUSE. 371 SEVENTH;
3-room house, 33S Lincoln. Inquire 3C0 Grant.
FOR RENT S-ROOM. MODERN IMPROVED
house, 4SI West Park. Apply 3S0 Clifton.
FOR RENT 5-ROOM HOUSE, TO SMALL
family; no children. 440 Fifth st.
FOR RENT-3-ROOM COTTAGE; CENTRAL
location. Inquire 433 Alder st.
FIRST ST.. NEXT FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
and Salmon, near Third. Inquire M. C Lyon.
124 First, or H. Ackerman. 249 Washington sr
GEORGE. GREGORY !fc DUNIWAY.
M. C George. W. M. Gregory. R. R. Dunlway.
Chamber cf Commerce. Portland. Or.
J. S. WINCHESTER. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
44 Sherlock bldg. Portland. Or. Notary Public
EMMONS & EMMONS. ATTORNEYS
law, CU9 to 613 Chamber of Commerce.
Chiropodists and Manicures.
MRS. DR. ADAMS. CHIROPODIST. MANl
curo and pedicure parlors. Raleigh building.
Sixth and Washington sts.
PRIVATE CLASS IN PHONOGRAPHY AND
typewriting opens March 4; shortest practical
method; day, and evening class; instructions,
with use of machine, materials and books. $3
monthly: no payments until found satisfac
tory. Inquire 394 Harrison.
PRACTICAL ENGINEERING SCHOOL. 203
Goodnough bldg Portland. Or.: day. evenlns.
ESPECIAL SOUTHERN LADY GIVES MAO
r.etlc massage, with hot and cold baths; re
freshing and restful; gentlemen's patronage
requested. Room 81 new Dekum building.
cor. Third and Washington.
MME. MORRIS. LATE OF CHICAGO: MAS
sage and alcohol baths; room 6, 125 Sixth st.
Mediums and Clairvoyants.
MRS. WALLACE. THE WONDERFUL
clairvoyant and life-reader; consult her on all
business affairs, love troubles, absent friends;
she has no equal; restores lo3t love by sym
pathy. 167 First St., parlors 4 and 5.
GYPSY QUEEN FORTUNE - TELLER LA
dies, ,50c; gentlemen, ?1. 267 Salmon st, be
tween Third and Fourth.
MRS. A. J. SMITH. MEDHJM AND MAG
netic healer; vapor baths. 225 First st
MRS. MOORE. CLAIRVOYANT MEDIUM,
rooms 21 and 22. First and Salmon sts.
MRS. FRANK WEBSTER HINSDALE WILL
open the term for vocal instructions Jan. 1.
For information call or add. The Hill, morn's.
S. I. Cruvelll, teacher of vocal technique and
singing, opera and concert 407 Marquam bldg.
MRS. DR. WEGENER, PRIVATE HOME FOR
all female diseases; separate rooms for ladies
before and during confinement; have enlarged
and arranged my home to suit rich and poor;
irregularities cured in one day: guaranteed:
no Instruments; regular physician of long and
successful practice: travelers attended; no
delay; all business strictly confidential; babies
adopted. 419 Eddy st. San Francisco.
INSTANT RELIEF for monthly irregularities.
All cases guaranteed. I am the onty specialist
of 20 years' practice: satisfaction or money re
funded; consultation free; private home in
confinement, with best of care. Mrs. Dr. E.
Brunke, 167 West Park st, near Yamhill.
MRS. ADDIE R. SMITH. TEST MEDIUM.
1SIVS First st. parlors 22 and 23.
Money to Loan.
BONDS AND WARRANTS OF OREGON.
Washington and Idaho bought and sold.
Cruthers & Morris, 303 Chamber of Com.
MONEY TO LOAN $2300 ON CITY PROP
erty. West Side, for two or three years. De
Lashmutt & Son. 207-209 Stark st.
ABUNDANT MONEY TO LOAN, same day ap
plied for; all kinds securities. D. A Epsteyn,
611 Chamber of Commerce.
MONEY TO LOAN LONG OR SHORT-TIME
personal security; also mortgages. David S.
Stearns. 246 Washington st
MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL CLASSES OF SK
curity. Pacific Loan & Trust Co.. room3 3G
and 37 Sherlock building.
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED AND UN
improved city real estate. E. R. Uickson.
$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..
rcom 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. II. Nunn, 11 Washington block.
Money to loan on chattels or any satisfactory
security. C. W. Fallen. 43 McKay building.
I'll loan money on your furniture, piano, etc;
strictly private. Address M S, care Oregonian.
MONEY TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS,
personal security or good collaterals. S. W.
KING, formerly of Olds & Kimr, room 45
Washington building. S. E. cor. 4th and Wash.
MONEY LOANED ON FURNITURE, PIANOS,
salaries, real estate, or any good securities:
warrants or time-checks bought: easy terms.
F. W. Graves. 81 1-15-1C Chamber Commerce.
TO LOAN WE HAVE MONEY TO LOAN IN
small sums on real estate security, city or
suburban. DeLashmutt & Son. 207-209 Stark
OLDEST AND BEST HOTEL IN 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 chanca for a
young man. DeLashmutt & Son, 207-209 Stark
FOR SALE CONFECTIONERY AND CIGAR
store, witli billiard room attached, in good
Valley town: wilt sell cheap. Address G 3,
SNAP SMALL LODGING-HOUSE, DOING A
good business, centrally located; $100 down,
balance on Installments. K 4, care Oregonian.
FOR SALE GOOD NEWSPAPER AND JOB
office; well established In a good country town.
Address A. B. C, Brownsville, Or.
WILL C. M. J. COMMUNICATE WITH L 7.
care Oregonian, In reference to South Umpqua
mining stock? Was out of city when other
appointment was made.
A YOUNG WIDOW OF REFINEMENT, A
stranger, wishes to meet discreet middle-aged
gentleman of means. Mrs. Louise -Lord, gen
$250 WILL BUY THE FURNITURE OF A
well-furnished house of 12 rooms; all full;
terms easy. Apply 1S9 Third st.
GENTLEMEN HAVING CAST-OFF CLOTK
ing to dispose of, address 231 Burnside st.
Carter's Little Liver Pills.
LOST AND FOUND.
$10 REWARD I WILL GIVE A REWARD
of $10 for the arrest and conviction of any
person caught stealing the Dally or Sunday
Oregonian south of Alder st South Route
LOST ENGLISH SETTER DOG. BLACK,
white and tan; large black spot on back. Re
turn to New Grand Central hotel, and get re
ward. Eli B. Davis.
LOST BLACK FEMALE DOG: SHORT TAIL.
Reward, If returned to cor. Ninth and Hoyt.
AUCTION AND COM3IISSION.
A. B. RICHARDSON-
Office, 240 Washington st, bet 2d and 3d.
Residence at the cor. of Fifth and College sts.
ALLEN & LEWIS. WHOLESALE GROrFTRS,
cor. North Frost and D sts., Portland, Or,
Francis Bros, Brass castings and finished work;
made to order; blacksmlthing. and machinery
repaired. 232 East Water st. Telephone 5005.
PACIFIC IRON WORKS HEINT2 & CO..
cor. 2d and D sts., manufacturers' machines,
blacksmith and foundry wks, building fronts.
BRITISH SHIP CHELMSFOF.D. CAPTAIN
Thomson, from Santa Rosalia Neither the
master nor the undersigned consignees of the
above-named vessel will be responsible for
any debts that may be contracted by the
crew. J. R. Cameron & Co.. Consignees.
BRITISH BARK DU3IFRIESSHIRE. CAPT.
MacGlbbon. from Antofagrsta, Chill Neither
the master nor the undersigned consignees of
the above-named vessel will be responsible for
any debts that may be contracted by the crew.
Jas. Laldlaw & Co., Consignees.
BRITISH BARK DUMFRIESSHIRE. CAPT.
McGlbban. from Antofagasta Neither the
master nor the undersigned consignees of the
above-named vessel will be responsible for any
debts that may be contracted by the crew.
aipson & Kerr, Consignees.
STOCKHOLDERS MEETING THE ANNUAL
meeting of stockholders of tho Baby Home
will be held in room 207 Worcester block, in
this city, on Tuesday. March 12, 1S93. at 3
o'clock P. M., for the election of a board of di
rectors for the ensuing year.
F. S. AKIN. Secretary.
EXECUTRIX NOTICE IN THE COUNTY
Court for the county of Multnomah, state of
Oregon Notice is hereby given that in tha
matter of the estate of Levi White, deceased,
letters testamentary have been issued, out of
the above-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, aa by
law required, at the office of Messrs. Bro
naugh. McArthur. Fenton & Bronaugh. attor-neys-at-law.
rooms Nos. 631. 632. 634. 636 and
e38 Chamber of Commerce building. Portland.
Oregon, within six months from the data
hereof. Dated this 2d day of February. 1S95.
Executrix of the last will and testament of
Levi White, deceased.
Messrs. Bronaugh. McArthur. Fenton &
Bronaugh. and Messrs. Dolph. Mallory,
Simon &. Strahan. Attorneys for Exe
cutrix. UMBRELLAS MADE, repaired and recovered.
Meredith. 1GS 3d. near Morrison. Ko agents.
HERMAN METZGER. PURCHASER OF
bides, pelts, furs, wool and tallow, and general
commission merchant Front st. near Main,
Portland. Or. Liberal cash advances oa 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 & Beebe. commission. Insurance, clipper
ships from New York; steel rails, pig iron.
H. E. BATTIN & CO.. COMMISSION MER
chants and produce dealers, 134 Front st
J. O'CONNOR. GROCERIES AND COMMIS
sion. cor. Front and Aider sts.
THAMES AND 31ERSEY
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
THE GEORGE LAWRENCE CO. WHOLE
sale saddlers and harness manufacturers.
Leather and saddlery hardware. 74 Front st.
HERBERT BRADLEY & CO., 73 FRONT ST..
importers of shoe manufacturers' goods, shoo
store supplies, blacklnirs, dressings, etc.
WHOLESALE D L.CGGISTS.
BLUMAUER - FRANK DRUG CO.. CORNER
Fourth and Morrison sts.. Portland. Or. &
SNELL. HEITSHU & WOODARD CN5.,
tabllshed in 1851. Portland. Or.
PORTLAND TRUST COMPATTB
129 First Street.
CAPITAL. SURPLUS AND PROFITS. $333,000
A general trust company and banking busi
BENJ. I. COHEN . President
H. L. PITTOCK. L. O. CLARKE Vlce-Pres.
E. J. ALTSTOCK. J. O. GOLTRA...Secretarlea
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF PORTLAND. OR.
Designated Depository and Financial Agent of
of the United States.
President HENRY FAILING
Vice-President H. W. CORBETT
Cashier G. E. WITHINGTON
Assistant Cashier J. W. NEWKIRK
Second Assistant Cashier W. C. ALVORD
Letters of credit issued, available in Europa
and the Eastern States.
Sight exchange and telegraphic transfers sold
en New York. Boston. Chicago. St. Louis. St
Paul. Omaha, San Francisco and the principal
points in the Northwest
Sight and time bills drawn In suns to suit
on London. Paris. Berlin. Frankfort-on-the-Main.
Collections made on favorable terms at all
COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK
PAID UP CAPITAL. $500,000 00.
,.. JOHN J. VALENTINB
R. L. DURHAM
R. M. DOOLY
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSI
NESS. Sight exchange and telegraphic transfers sold
en New York. Boston. ChicaKO. Omaha. St.
Paul. Bt Louis. Kansas City, Denver and San
Exchanges sold on principal cities in Eu
rope, aad on Hong Kong. Collections a spe
cialty. BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Incorporated by Royal Charter 1S62.
PAID-UP CAPITAL $3,000,003
Head office. 60 Lombard street London.
Branches Portland. San Francisco. Seattle,
Tacoma. and in British Columbia. Victoria.
Vancouver. New Westminster, Nanalmo, Kara
A Ganeral Banking and Exchanse Business
transacted. Loans made. Bills discounted.
Commercial credits granted. Deposits received
on current account subject to check. Intere3S
paid on time deposits.
J. W. CURTIS. Acting Manage.
LADD & TBL.TON, BANKERS-.
Established in 1859.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
Collections made at all po!nt3 on favorably
Letters of credit issued available in Enrops
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. rRANK WATSON President
W. C. JOHNSON. ..Vice-President
IL K. McELROY. Cashier
R. W. HOYT Assistant Cashlec
T1ANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING
Interest paid on time deposits.
Drafts and letters of credit issued, availably
in all parts of the world.
COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY.
LONDON AND 3AN FRANCISCO BANK-
Authorized Capital $3,500,000
Paid p 2.450.000
Reserve fund 500.000
Head offic. 73 Lombard street London.
This bank transacts a general banking and
exchange business, makes loans, discount bills
and Issues commercial and travelera credits,
available in any city In the world.
Chamber of Commerce building. Third and
W. MACKINTOSH. Manazer.
THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Drafts issued available in all cities of the United
States and Europe.
President DONALD MACLEAT
First VIce-Pres.dent..... TYLER WOODWARU
Second Vice-President.. JACOB KAMM
Casa.er ,.,, FRANK C. illLLEB