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THE MOENIKG- pHEq-ONIAN, MOSFBAY, ' JNJTAJRY 8, 1900.
CLASSIFIED AD. RATES
'"Booms,' "Booms and Board." "Housekeep
tag Rooms," ""Situations Wanted," 15 word of
less. IB cents; 16 to 20 words. 20 cents; 21 to 25
words. 23 cents, etc. Ho discount for additional
UNDER ALL OTHER HEADS except TNew
Today," SO cents tor 15 words or less; 18 to 20
words. 40 cents; 21 to 25 words, 50 cents, etc
first Insertion. Each additions! Insertioc, on
half; so further discount under one month.
"NEW TODAY' (gauge measure agate), 15
cents per line, first insertion; 10 cents per lln
(or each additional Insertion.
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tressed care The Oregonlan and left at this of
dee. should always be Inclosed In scaled enrel
opes. No stamp Is required on such letters.
The Oregonian will sot be responsible f or er
jrors In advertisements taken through the tele
CALVIN HEILIG, Manager.
ONE CONCERT ONLY.
MONDAY, JANUARY 8,
THE GREAT RUSSIAN PIANIST,
VLADIMIR DE PACHMAN.
VLADIMIR DE PACHMAN.
NOTE THE PRICES Lower floor, except lost
8 rows $1.50; last 3 rows, $1: balcony, first a
rows, $1.60; second S rows, SI; last 6 rows,
76? , box and lose seats, $2. No gallery.
Seats now on sale.
FOURTH ANNUAL TOUR OF THE FAMOUS
"AT GAY CONEY ISLAND,"
"AT GAY CONEY ISLAND,"
"AT GAY CONEY ISLAND,"
"AT GAY CONEY ISLAND,"
"AT GAY CONEY ISLAND,"
A Study in Newness.
Carload of Scenery. Twenty-two Players.
Everything: new but the title.
CHINOOK: TRIBE, NO. C. IMP. O. R. M.
Installation and Mag- social Monday evening,
Jan. & All Red Men and tnelr friends Invited.
HARMONY LODGE, NO. 12, A. F.
& A. M. Stated communication this
(Monday) evening at 7:80 o'clock.
Reports of officers. By order W. M.
A. J. MARSHALL, Secretary.
MARTHA "WASHINGTON CHAP
TER, NO. 14. O. E. S. Regular meet
ing this (Monday; evening at 8 o'clock.
Installation. By order of TV. M.
MARGARET HOWATSON, Sec
PORTLAND LODGE, NO. 118, I. O. O. F.
Regular meeting this (Monday) evening at 8
o" clock. Atolngton building. First degree work.
Vib'ting brothers Invited. My order of the
.. G. E. R. BUSH, Secretary.
TVANHOE LODGE, NO. 10. K. OF P. Regu
lar convention this (Monday) evening at 7:30
o'clock. In Elks hall. Page rank. Visitors wel
come. S. G. DRUSCHEL, a &
L. CARSTENSEN, K. of R. and S.
GINGLES-MUwROURNE Wednesday, January
3, 1900, at the home of the bride's parents,
Eaton Rapids. Mich., Miss Etta Mae Mll
b urne and Dr. J. J. Gingles. At home, 120
l?th street. Portland, Or., after February L
1000. No cards.
EDWARD UOLMAN. Undertaker. 4th
and Yamhill ts. Berta Stinson, lady
usslstunt. Both phones So, COT.
J. P. FINLEY fc SON, Undertakers.
Lady Assistant. Z7G Third t. TeL O.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE AN
r.ua; meeting of the taxpayers of school dis
trict No 1, Multnomah county, Oregon, will
be held In the High school building, city of
Portland, county aforesaid, on Monday, Jan.
16 1!)'W at 7:80 P. M. The business of the
meeting will be to consider the reports of the
directors and cierk, and to levy a tax for the
carport and maintenance of the schools of
the diwtnct for the ensuing year, and to dis
pose of such other business as may legally
come before It. By order of the board of di
rectors. J. A. STROWBRIDGE,
Chairman Board of Directors.
Attest- H. S. ALLEN. School Clerk.
Peruana. Or.. Jan. 5, 1900.
E. M ii ARIsES. WHOLESALE DEALER, SAN
Frar Cisco and Oakland, desires purchasing
train, flour, potatoes, butter, cheese and all
r-3 prduacc. Corresponaence solicited. Will
hirie nothing on commission. San Francisco
c.1 ;e, 524 Second st
THE TONTINE LIFE INS. PRINCIPLE AP
j..ed to savings has yielded 50 per cent profit
to persistent members. $1.25 per week for 60
v ecKS. Pacific Coast Investment Co., Port
FOR SALE THAT FINE WATER-POWER
and mlllslte known as the Milwaukle flour
m As. b W 1111am Church, 384 Front
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
Modern 7-room houses. COS-610 E. Ash. end
20-31 E. lflth; $1850 each.
2 lots and 7-room house. N. E. cor. E. 2d
Corner and S-room house, 694 E. Alder.
2 lots, running from E. Gth to E. 7th, be
tween Morrison and Alder.
Lot and C room cottage, 147 E. 20th.
68x100 and cottage. E. 18th and Belmont
50x100 and 2 cottages. E. Yamhill, near 24th.
Corner and 9-room house, 990 E. Yamhill.
Lots in Dent's addition. Beacon and Milwau
kee sts., $400 each.
Sightly lots, E. Eighth and Brooklyn.
100x100 and modern 10-room houie, East 12tn
and Clackamas, Holladay's.
Block and modern house, E. 21st and Gllsan.
50x100, 7-room house, 3S8 Grand ave. north.
3 lots and 2 store buildings. Union ave. and
50x100 and 8-room house, S41 Tillamook.
Lot and desirable bouse, 619 Mississippi ave.
Lot and desirable cottage. 544 Kerby.
60x100 and cottage, 509 Vancouver ave.
4 houses on San Rafael St.. Alblna; now pay
ing 8 per cent on price asked.
10 acres right In the city. This property faces
car line, and is the most desirable tract for
subd jdlng and value on the market.
The abo e is a partial list of properties owned
by a foreign mortgage company. The prices
are low and the terms easy.
W. H. GRIND3TAFF, 240 Stark.
$750-2 LOTS AND COTTAGE, S. E. CORNER
Fai Ing and Minnesota ave.
$1000-50x120 and 2 cottages. E. Russell st,
now pa j lng 10 per cent.
$1050100x100, E. 8th and Hancock sts.
$.00 Corner. Union ave. and Ivon t
$550 Lou 50x100, E. Ash. near 20th.
$95050x100, 5-room cottage, 560 E. Oak.
$1000-35x100, 7-room house, 251 Hancock.
$1000 Improved acre, Curry ave.
$1XJ0 Snuth-front lot. E. Oak. near 14th.
$135050x100, modern G-room house and
barr 793 Michigan ave.
$1500100x100. modern house. Piedmont.
$1300 50x100. 5-room cottage. Grand ave.,
near Weldler, Holladay's.
$45002 lots and modern house, N. E. cor.
E. 1st and Halsey.
$1450 Large lot and neat, modem cottage at
tera- nus of Hawthorne car line.
$3500 Acre and quarter, facing S. P. rail
roaj Z houses. 3d and Stephens.
$22502 sightly lots and modern cottage,
Page and Gantenbein, Alblna.
$1600 An Improved tract of about 6 acres
near E. Arakeny car.
xrvorabie terms on any of the above.
W. H. GRINDSTAFF. 240 Stark.
CHOICE "WEST SIDE BUYS
$450 Txrt near 25th and Tnurman.
$4050-50x100 with a strictly first -class 9
room house. This property Is locate 746 John
sen, Nob Hill. House Is modern in eery detail,
ar I was built at a cos of $5400.
$5500 Corner lot and 10-room modern house
cn lotn st., south of Morrison. East front;
flrs-c ass neighborhood, and is renting ior $40.
S3vxn-25x100. cottage. 104 11th st. near
$7000 50x200 and 2 houses, north side Burn
e de, r-om &Ui to 10th sts.
S3"00 Lo and house, 10th St., near Stark.
$2C' Modern cottage. 701 Davis, near 21st.
$2500100x100, vith 2 small cottages, S. W.
eor. IfiiVi nrt PaIaIitH
22T00O ,rner lot. 24th st. King's Second.
Sl.uO 5xl00, Irving, between 23d and 24th.
$..50025x100. 12-room house, 449 Johnson.
$1000 Desirable quarter block, Portland
$900 50x100. Johnson, near 21st
$7500 Block facing N. P. railroad, 19th and
R ison. TS arehouse property.
50x100 and cottage. 330 N. 19th.
Lot and desirable house. 150 N. 22d.
$2000 South-front lot on Irving, Just east
$2 K) Modern cottage. Hoyt near 22d.
Comer and 2 cottages, 11 th and Kearney.
& '10u and cottage. 809 Corbett
Comer and 9-room house. 840 First
Corner and 2 houses, W aier and Whittaker.
Corner and 2 houses. Corbett and Arthur.
T houses and iOts. Nebraska st. South
em l'ortland. $800 each.
125x100 on Thurman, between 21st and ?M.
Faiurable terms on any of the above
W. H. GRIND3TAFF, 246 Stark.
"WFLL-'MPROVED ACRE. ONE MILE THIS
s 2e of Montavllla and near Ankeny car, for
$T75 Q 55, care Oregonian.
$45 -Ft'LL LOT. GOOD COTTAGE, BARN
a- 1 fruit Lincoln Park. Rlggen Real Estate
t c , 120 Fifth.
PrriEC Agency, city and country property; long
Te 1 ans low rates 313 Commercial block.
$ir5 LOT ON GLISAN ST.. NEAR 23D.
Hart, room 7 Sherlock building;.
FOR SALE REAL J3BTATE.
$ 900 Lot on Raleigh st.
. $4000 Alblna business property eqtilty pay
ing 12 per cent
t 50 Good Jot in Tremont.
24003 acres, Hawthorne ave.
$4650 8-room dwelling and Jot, Johnson,
$5500 Modern dwelling. Sixth, near Jackson.
50 acres one mile east of alount Tabor.
$ 100 Desirable lot Kenworthy.
$3000 Lot two buildings, Williams ava.
$S000 Prune farm near Salem.
$2000 6-room dwelling near East 22d.
$ 60 Lot Tremont Park.
$3750 S-room dwelling, Irrlng, near" 2d,
$1000 Lot on Raleigh st;
$1100 Lot on Savier, near 22d.
$2200100x100 on 21st ana Pettygrove.
$2800 Cottage on Hoyt near 23d.
$5500 Dwelling and 2 lots. NOrthrup, near
$3050 Dwelling, -modern, Irving; near 23d.
HARTMAN, THOMPSON & POWERS.
3 Chamber of Commerce.
$4500 "WILL BUY ONE OF THE MOST AT
tractive places In Oregon, 51 aores, delightful
park, curving walks, rustic bridges, fine gar
den, choice bearing fruit, large residence,
bam, fruit drier; 5 blocks from station, 3
blocks -from high school, Hillaboro. Beautiful
5-room cottage, 3 lots, choice fruit chicken
park, at University. Dunn, 149 First
$95021 ACRES "FINE LANdTiN CULTTVA
tlon; family orchard, good 7-room house, barn
and outbuildings; all fenced: facing oounty
road, near Vancouver. Rlggen Real Estate
Co., 126 Fifth.
FOR SALE FARMS.
IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE IN ALL
parts of Oregon and Washington; payments
made to suit purchasers. Fcr full particulars
as to various properties, apply to Macmaster
& Blrrell. 311 Worcester block.
IMPROVED FARM, 160 ACRES. 10 MILES
from Portland. Vt mile from railroad; 20
acres In hops. Drawer 17. Portland.
$5000 Highly Improved 100-acre farm.
$30008 lots, 14-room dwelling, suburus.
$2500 Brick building Valley town for equity.
$ 20080 acres timber land.
$1S00 2 beautiful lots. Portland Heights.
f 1500 5 aews. West Portland.
75011 acres near Cedar Mills.
Farm In Marion county for merchandise.
12S0-acre farm In Lane county.
HARTMAN. THOMPSON & POWER3,
3 Chamber of Commerce.
IMPROVED FARM PROPERTY AND UNIM
proved suburban property to exchange for Im
proved city property. Thos. Splllman, Mount
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
BARGAINS IN SEVERAL SECOND-HAND
and slightly used plnaoa this week at Ellens
Piano House: Whitney $218, Stefnwary $185,
Decker Brothers $260. Kimball $288. Emerson
$185. Jennings Sc Son $80, E. Gabler &
Brother $05, Hardman $185, Cable $150. Terms
cash or $20 down and $6, $8 or $10 monthly.
107 First st, between Washington and Stark.
TIMBER-BUYERS: IF YOU WANT 1200 TO
2000 acres of timber land, that will cut 10,
000,000 feet to the quarter section, write to
James A. Hood, Aberdeen, "Wash.
FIR, $3 40 TO $3 75; OAK. $4 10 TO $4 75;
ar-h, $3 85 to $4 25; tpeciftl rates for res
taurants and chophoupes. Pioneer Woodyard.
DRY FIR. $3.25 TO $3.50 PER CORD; RES
taurants, special rates. Columbia Wood &
Coal Yard, foot East Stark. Both phones. ,
TYPEWRITERS. ALL MAKES, RENTED AND
sold. Expert repairing. Office supplies, etc.
Cunningham's. 286 Stark. Both phones.
DRY FTR, $3.25 TO $3.50; POLE OAK, $3.90
TO $4.25. Hoover. 313 Water st Phones Ore
gon South 657, Columbia 83.
SELLING OUT AT COST OR BELOW WHOLE
-entire stock general merchandise. 232-234 Rus
sell st, J. S. Brownewell.
FOR SALE THOROUGHBRED COCKER
spaniel pup, 2 months old. 330 Pine st, be
tween Cth and 7th.
FURNITURE. CARPETS. PICTURES AND
solid walnut-case Everett piano for sale, at
294 14th st
A YOUNG HORSE VERY CHEAP, OR WILL
trade for anything but a horos. 313 "Water
SAFES. SAFES. BANK WORK. LOCK DEP'T.
opening lockouts, repairs. J. E. Davis, 66 3d.
$S FOR A NEW GAS COOKER; $2 CASH,
balance $2 per month. Gas Co.. 174 Fifth st
Grand upright piano $100, one $05, one $30, or
gan $10. Upstairs, 104 First Mrs. Martin.
FOR SALE GREAT DANE THOROUGHBRED
pups; price $10 and $15 each. 3S8 Sixth st.
FOR SALE HORSE AND LIGHT SPRING
wagon. Inquire 570 Borthwlck et
FOR SALE BROWN LEGHORN CHICKENS,
by G. "W. Edmonds, Mt Tabor, Or.
DRAFT HORSE, WEIGHT 1400. PERFECTLY
true; price $50. 1060 Kelly st
FOX TERRIERS FOR SALE. CALL MORN
lngs. 252 11th st, near ifaln.
SHERMAN, CLAY & CO.. ROOMS 10 AND 17
Russel building, cor. Fourth and Morrison.
Stelnway &. Sons, A. B. Chase and Emerson
pianos, A. B. Chase and W. W. Putnam or
gans. Cash or installments. Gramophones and
Reglna music boxes.
SOULE BROS.. EXPERT TUNERS, 107 FIRST
st Phones. Eilers Piano House,
HELP WANTED 3IALE.
WANTED MEN TO LEARN BARBER
trade. Only eight weeks required. Special
advantages this season. Complete outfit of
tools presented students. "Wages Saturdays.
Positions positively guaranteed. Can earn
tuition working for us. Catalogue with city
map mailed free. Moler Barber College, San
LIFE INSURANCE MAN, EXPERIENCED
and competent wanted for Important district
agency Mutual Life of New York; must have
bona fide record for writing $100,000 to $300,
000; bond required; liberal commissions and
office allowance. "William S. Pond. State Man
ager. Oregonlan building, Portland, Or.
ACTIVE MEN AND "WOMEN EVERYWHERE
to take orders for "Life of Moody," the great
evangelist Sells at sight Sample enabling
you to make from $3 to $7 dally, by mall free
on request Address Globe Bible Pub'g Co.,
723 Chestnut st, Philadelphia, Pa.
SO MEN AND TEAMS AT ONCE, R. R.
work, $4, pass; R. R. laborers, $1.75, pass;
loggers, $2 up; ranch hands; cooks and res
taurant help. Canadian Emp. Agcy., new ad
dress, 228 Morrison and 163 First
"WANTED RELIABLE MEN TO DELIVER
and collect Salary $15.00 a week and ex
penses. Address Manufacturer, P. O. box
1027, Philadelphia. Pa.
SALESMEN TO SELL OFFICE SPECIAL
tles. Fine side lines. Used by all merchants.
Catalogue free. Model Mfg. Co., South Bend.
BOY "WANTED TO LEARN THE UPHOL
sterlng business; no wages first six months,
after six months $6 per week and up. 388
"WANTED YOUNG MAN "WITH SOME
knowledge of Remington typewriter; state
age and references. Address L 60, Oregonlan.
"WANTED TWO MOLDERS; STEADY JOB;
married men preferred. Apply Douglass
BroB., Aberdeen. Wash.
WANTED A REGISTERED DRUGGIST;
etate experience and salary wanted. Address
X 56, care Oregonlan.
"Worklngman's Barber Shop; haircut 15c, shave
10c; 0 chairs. Ed Dennlson. 205 Morrison st
WANTED 500 MEN TO :TRY THE BEST 5c
shae and 10c haircut, at 27 North Second.
BARBER WANTED: "WAGES $14 PER WEEK.
C. A. Kellogg. Hoquiam. "Wash.
WANTED A WAITER AND DISHWASHER
at 270 Burnslde.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
STRONG YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST IN GEN
eral housework; experience not essential If
willing to learn. Apply Mrs. J. c. Havely,
Woodstock. Take Woodstock car. Third end
Yamhill, and ask motorman to show house.
ORDER YOUR HELP FROM THE VOLUN
teers of America Free Employment Agency,
24 North Second st, Portland. Oregon tele
phone Hood 762. Grant McKay, Manager.
WORK' WORK! WORK'. PLENTY OF WORK.
Call and see us. Canadian Emp. Agcy. New
address 220 Morrison, and 183 First
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR
general housework. Apply this morning, be
tween 9 and 12. 291 Seventh street
A GOOD HOUSEKEEPER, 20 TO 30 YEARS OF
age. wanted for farm, out of town. Inquire
Union House, Sixth and Everett sts.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; must be good cook; wages, $20 month.
Apply 715 Flanders street
HELI? WANTEQ FEMALE.
WANTED-AN EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR
general housework. Apply 071 Gllsart street,
after 10 A. M.
STILL' IN THE LEAD! JPLENTY: OF "WORK,
Pacific! Employment Office, 201 Morrison st?
room 10. ,
WANTED-NURSE GIRL, TO TAKE CjARE
of children. Apply 4147 Seventh, cor. Hall,
WANTED A 'NURSE GHIL THAT CAN As
sist, In housework. Apply. 723 Gllsan. ,
"WANTED t- EXPERIENCED RESTAURANT
waitress. 327 Washington street.
"WANTED TWO DINING-ROOM GIRLS, AT
53 North 18th, corner Dayls.
GIRL WANTED. APPLY 54&BELMONT ST,
HELP WANTED MALE OR FE5IALB.-
TEN ORGANIZERS. LADIES OR GENTLE
men, ior the best fraternal orders salary -and
commission to parties with ability. Address
25 Ledger, Tacoma, Wash.
SITUATION WANTED MALE.
Bookkeepers and Clerics.
SITUATION WANTED AS CLERK OR ANY
Inside "work; have worked in" wholesale gro
cery. Address F 69r care Oregonlan.
A MAN WITH 29 YEARS' EXPERIENCE AS
superintendent and foreman of machine shops
wishes to secure position of -same kind. Ad
dress Y 49, care Oregonlan. N6 objection to
JAPANESE, GOOD BOY. WANTS SITUATION
in any place, for housework, dishwashing.
Address B 59, care Oregonlan.
SITUATION WANTED FEMALE.
SWEDISH, EXPERIENCCD SECOND GIRL,
from East, wants second work. 600 Market,
between 14th and 16th.
THREE GIRLS WANT SITUATIONS TO DO
general housework and second work. 298
GERMAN GIRLi FXRST-CLASS COOK,
wishes a position. Call 4C5 West Park.
Stenographer and Typewrittr.
AN INTELLIGENT YOUNG WOMAN WANTS
a position as stenographer; willing to do dther
office work; thoroughly competent; reference
H., 754 Savier st.
STYLISH DRESSES MADE AT REASONABLE
prices. 129 10th, near Washington.
HAVING MOVED, WE NOW HAVE THE
largest and handsomest office In the city, and
can always supply male and female help on
short notice. Both phones. Canadian Emp.
Agency, 220 Morrison.
AGENTS WANTED ARTICLES SELL ON
sight; exclusive territory. Address, making
appointment, P. Box 263, Portland.
GOOD CITY SOLICITORS WANTED, MALE
or female; good pay. Room 47 "Washington
Agents make big money with our line. Write for
particulars. Great Northern Woolen Mills,
Economy Gas Lamp Co. light 15 hours 5 cts.
Agents wanted. H. W. Manning, Agt, 43 3d.
"WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED A COTTAGE OF SIX OR SEVEN
rooms, with good yard. Address O CO, care
BEST PRICES PAID FOR HOUSEHOLD FUR
nlture of all kinds, in large or small lots. Also
packing and storage at low rates. Address J.
Keppel, 388 Sixth. Phone Brown 602.
WANTED TO RENT A CULTIVATED FARM,
from 25 to 50 acres, without stock and farm
tools. Jos. Froehlich, Palestine P. O., Mult
WANTED GOOD FAMILY HORSE. GENTLE,
sound, reliable. Give particulars of ago,
weight, color, lowest price. M 57, care Ore
gonian. WANTED LOAN $4000, ON CHOICE IM
proved West Side real estate; no brokeis. Ad
dress S 58, care Oregonian.
WANTED EXPERIENCED QUARTZ MINER;
state age, experience and references. R 68,
WANTED TO BUY 160 TO 320 ACRE3 U. S.
reserve scrip; state price. X 62, care Orego
nian. WANTED TO BUY ON INSTALLMENTS, A
6 or 7-room house. A 57, care Oregonian.
THE SPALDING. S. E. COR. PARK AND
Alder sts., under the management of the
owner, Helen F. Sraldinc hn most complete
apartment - house In th6- Northwest; choice
rooms, for gentlemen or gentleman and wlfe
furnished housekeeping suites a specialty.
THE VENDOME, COR. 13TH AND ALDER
sts., gives you nice furnished, steam-heated
rooms and first-class hoard, from $1 a day
up, including baths and use of billiard-room;
no better accommodations to be had; first
class trade solicited.
THE PLEAS ANTON. 288 THIRD ST. FINE
furnished rooms, en suite, single or house
keeping; sunlight in ail rooms; bath included;
most reasonable terms: transient solicited.
OCCIDENTAL, 215 FIRST. COR. MORRISON
Board, by Southern cook; rooms, suites, sin
gle; every convenience; family housekeeping;
FOR RENT VERY DESIRABLE FURNISH
ed room, In private family, with use of ga3,
bath and phone; reference required. 180 14th
NEW AND ELEGANT FURNISHED ROOMS
at the Vanderbullt, N. W. corner West Park
and Yamhill. Moderate prices, and best
THE NEWCASTLE, S. E. COR. THIRD AND
Harrison sts. Rooms, furnished or unfur
nished; all modern conveniences; references.
TWO LARGE UNFURNISHED ROOMS, WITH
alcove, bay window and grate; also small
kitchen. 201 13th street, corner Taylor.
THE GILBERT LARGE, WELL-FURNISHED
rooms; all modern conveniences. Third and
Taylor sts. entrance, 267 Taylor.
435 ALDER FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
rooms; front, first and second floors; bath,
telephone; desirable location.
TWO COMFORTABLY FURNISHED ROOMS,
one alcove; fine location; reasonable. 474 Al
der st. Phone West 652.
435 ALDER FURNISHED ROOMS, SINGLE
and en suite; suitable for one or two gentle
men; bath, telephone.
THE QUINCY BLOCK ELEGANT ROOMS;
modern conveniences. J. E. Mlnard Black,
prop. 345 First.
207 GTH ST. NICE ALCOVE ROOM WITH
pmllege of light housekeeping; near post
offlce. NICELY FURNISHED FRONT PARLOR,
with furnace heat; rent reasonable. 170 13th
THE GALENA. 207 THIRD FINE ROOMS;
day or week; rates lowest In city. Phone 603.
Gllman Hotel Brick bldg., central; furnished
rooms, $1 per week and up. First and Alder.
MRS. OSVOLD. 221 MORRISON ST. NICELY
furnished rooms; rent reasonable.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS; USE OF
bath and phone. 104 Park st.
3 OR 4 UNFURNISHED ROOMS; BATH;
very desirable. 403 Third st.
Rooms With Board.
PORTLAND WOMEN'S UNION; 12TH YEAH;
rooms with board; enameled bath tubs; use
of Hbrarj; Woman's Exchange; Industrial
school. Address Mrs. E. C. George, superin
tendent, 610 Flanders street
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM, FURNACE
heat and modern conveniences; with or with
out board. 454 Clay st
DESIRABLE ROOM AND BOARD, FOR TWO
women, employed during day; $15 each. B 56.
FINE ROOMS AND FIRST-CLASS HOME
cooking, $3.50 week. Mrs. E. G. Carr, 361
FIRST - CLASS ROOMS. WITH BOARD;
phone and bath; private family. 330 Fifth.
A FRONT SUITE OF ROOMS. WITH FIRST-
class board, at Mrs. Strykers, 163 11th et. I
NICELY FURNISHED, SUNNY ROOM, "WITH
board, after Dec 25. 141 West Park-
THREE FURNISHED ROOMS FOR HOU3E
keeplng, with piano, nnq" water $11 per
months 588 Pettygrove- street
872 FIRST ST. FOUR, ELEGANT BAY ,T?IN
dow, furnished, .housekeeping rooms ', $10; re-,
spsctable people cnly.
THREE NICELY FURNISHED HOUSEKKEP
lng rooms; rent reasonable Apply 274 HoJ
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS; RENT $4 J FURNT
turo at a bargain. Rooin 85 133 First st;
05. 11TH 5Tf A SUITES OF R?OMS, FURNISH
ed, for housekeeping; one alcove room.
THREE FURNISHED -HOUSEKEEPING
rooms, 288 Jefferson.
FOR RENT CORNER HOUSE, 17TH AND
Johnson, with all modem improvements; 9
roomt. Inquire of A, B. Stelhbach, Fourth
tnd Morrison. .
204 14TH, NEAR JEFFEREON; FINE, NEW
fiat, modern and complete In every detail,
FOR RENT CONVENIENT 6-ROOM HOUSE,
with bath. In good condition, on. car line. 326
COTTAGE, 6 ROOMS; FURNACE AND BATH;
good location. Apply J. E. Haseltine & Co.
FOR RENT 6-ROOM HOUSE. $0: 215 Taylor.
Apply Portland Gun Store, ,iS2 First.
7-ROOM HOUSE, 508 CLAY ST.; MODERN
Improvements. Inquire 510 Clay.
FOil RENT-NICELY FURNISHED HOUSE;
modern; desirable location; gentleman boarder
1C desirable. 643 Third street.
COMPLETELY FURnT3HED MODERN
house; desirable location; reasonable rent; a
nice home. W 53, Oregonlan.
MODERN S-ROOM HOUSE, EITHER FUR
nlshed or unfurnished; to responsible tenant
Inquire 135 23d.
Hoiinom for Rent Furniture for Sale,
SEE THAT NEW FURNISHED CORNER
house, 7 rooms, near City Hall, and mako
offer; must be sold by 15th; have one of the
finest 11-room houses In the cltyi new Brus
sels carpets, throughout; new furniture, com
plete, $600; or that desirable nicely furnished
13 rooms near Hotel Portland, reduced to $750.
Many larger houses. Ea3y terms. Collins,
270 Washington street.
FOR RENT ALL OR A PART OF THE OS
borne brick warehouse, 70x200 feet, with
trackage facilities, 17th and Vaughn streets.
Inqulr st 235 Pine street earner Second.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT IN AND FOR
Thurston County, State of Washington Har
riet O. Garland et al., plaintiffs, vs. Seatco
Manufacturing Company, a corporation, de
fendantOrder of Sale In accordance with an
order of court rendered In the aforesaid ac
tion on the 19th day of December, 1899, I,
George E. Thompson, as receiver of the afore
said defendant, the Seatco Manufacturing
Company, 'a corporation, will offer for sale,
at public sale, to the highest bidder, at my
office, on the mill plant of the defendant, In
Bucoda, Thurston county, Wash., at 11 A.
M., March 1, 1000. the following-described
property, in the order and manner and on
the terms hereinafter set out:
First I will first offer the mill plant, com
plete, embracing all the buildings, tools, ma
chinery, fixtures, office furniture, apparatus,
oils, belts and every other Implement and
thing used In connection with and In the
operation of said mill, together with all the
real estate upon which the mill, buildings
and yards used in connection with eaid mill
are located; also, both dams and all improve
ments, and easements belonging to the com
pany, situate on the Skookum Chuck river,
Thurston county, Washington, the real estate
being described as tollows, to-wit:
In section twelve (12), township fifteen (15),
north of range two (2), west being a part of
the southeast quarter of section twelve (12),
In townsblp fifteen (15), north of range two
(2), West Willamette meridian; beginning at
the southwest corner of lot numbered six
(6), In block numbered nineteen (10), of Mc
Elroy and Williams Third addition, to.the
town of Seatco, according to thexplat of said
addition now on file and of record in " thej
atidltors office of said Thurston cohnty; thence
south fifty-seven (57) degrees, thirty minutes
east a distance of one hundred feet to the
southeast corner of said lot six (0), in block
nineteen (19); thence south thirty-two (32)
degrees and thirty minutes west, a distance of
twenty feet, more or less, to the north line
of that tract of land mentioned in deed from
H. B. MoElroy and others to C. A. Billings,
J. K. Smith and Oliver Shead (said deed being
of record in volume sixteen (16), of deeds, at
page two hundred and twelve (212), in the
auditor's office of said Thurston county);
thence east along the north line of the tract
mentioned as deeded to C. A. Billings, J. K.
Smith and Oliver Shead, a distance of four
hundred and twenty (420) feet, more or less,
to the south line of the right of way granted
by H. B. McElroy and others to the Northern
Pacific Railroad Company (the deed of said
right of way being of record In volume fifteen
(15), of deeds, at page 703 In the auditor's
office of said Thurston county); thence north
westerly along tho southern, line of the said
rlgnt of way granted to the' Northern Pacific
Railroad Company, a distance of five hundred
feet (500), more or less, to the northwest cor
ner of fractional lot twelve (12), of block
eighteen (18), of McElroy and Williams
Third addition to the town of Seatco; thence
south thirty-two (32) degrees and thirty min
utes wwt, a distance of four hundred and
thirty (430) feet, more or less, to the point
of beginning (containing two acres more or
In section twelve (12), township fifteen (15),
north of range two (2), west; all of that cer
tain tract of land situate in the southeast
quarter of section twelve (12), township fif
teen (15), north of range two (2), west In
Thurston county, Washington territory (now
state), particularly described as follows, to
wlt: Commencing on the eastern boundary
line of that certain 20-acre tract commonly
known as the Seatco penitentiary ground, at
a point five chains and ten links distant from
the southeast corner of said 20-acre tract,
and running thonce north slxty-seen (67) de
grees west, 5 chains, and sixty-eight (08)
links; thence north twenty-three, (23) de
grees east one chain and seventy-seven (77)
links; thence tiorth sixty (00) degrees west,
one chalh and' thirty-eight (3S) links; thence
north thirty (30) degrees east, two (2) chains
and eighteen (18) links; thence south sixty
(CO) degrees east one chain and twelve (12)
links; thence north twenty-three (23) degrees
east 8 chains and sixteen (16) UnkB; thence
east six (6) chains and eighteen (18) links;
thence south twenty-three (23) degrees west,
along the eastern boundary of said peniten
tiary grounds, fourteen (14) chains and fifty
two (52) links, to the place of beginning, con
taining 7.83 acres.
In section twelve (12), township fifteen (15),
north of range two (2) west; commencing at
a point which Is established as the southeast
coiner of a tract of land commonly known
as the penitentiary grounds, in section twelvo
(12), township fifteen (16), north of range
two (2), west, said point of commencement
being twenty-one (21) and fifty one-hun-dredths
chains east of the quarter section
corner, between sections twelve (12) and
thirteen (13), township fifteen (15), north of
range two (2) west; thence north twenty
three degrees east along the east boundary
of said penitentiary grounds twenty (20)
and thirty one-hundredths chains, more or
les3 to the south line of the right of way
granted to the Northern Paciflo Railroad
Company by H. B. and Sarah E. and Carrie
M. McElroy, Charles E. and Margaret R.
Williams; which said deeds of right of way
are recorded In deed records of Thurston
county, volume fifteen (15), at pages 703 and
705; thence In a southeasterly direction along
the southern line of said right of way three
and seventy one-hundredths chains (3.71),
more or less, to the right bank of the Skook
umchuck river; thence down said river south
twenty-four (24) degrees, west six and seventy
one-hundredths (6.70) chains; thence south
eighteen degrees (IS), west two and eighty
one-hundredths chains; thence south thlrty
fie (35) degrees, west one and eighty one
hundredths chains; thence south forty degrees
west, one and seventy one-hundredths chains;
thence south thirty-three and one-half de
grees, west five and thirty one-hundredths
chains; thence west one and eighty one-hundredths
chains, more or less, to the point of
beginning, containing live and flfty-slx-one-bundredths
acres more or les3.
Second I will next offer fbr sale the following-described
real estate and timber lands,
together with all standing timber owned by
the defendant, said real estate and timber
lands being described as follows, to-wltt
All of section twenty-Blx (20), township
fifteen (15) north, range one (1) east, con
taining 640 acres.
Northwest quarter and southwest quarter,
and the northeast quarter of section ten (10),
township fifteen (15) north, range one (1)
east, containing 4S0 acres.
North one-half and the southeast one-fourth
of section twenty (20), township fifteen (15)
north, range one (1) east, containing 480 acres.
Lots three (3) and four (4), and south one
half of the northwest bne-quarter of section
four (4), township fifteen (15) north, of range
one (1) east, containing 160.84 acres.
Southeast one-fourth of section four (4),
township fifteen (15) north, range one (1)
east, oontalnlng 160 acres.
The south one-half of the northwest quarter
and the southwest one-quarter of the north
east quarter, and the northwest quarter of
the southeast quarter, of section fourteen (14),
township fifteen (15) north of range one (1)
east, containing 160 acres.
The southwest one-quarter of section four
teen (14), township fifteen (16) north, range
one (1) east, containing 160 acres.
Tho west half of the northwest quarter and
" Eroposali Invited! t
the. west-half 'of tho southwest quarter of sec
tion twenty-four (24). township fifteen. (15V
north, of range one (1) east, containing l
The south 3ialf of section seventeen. (17).
township fifteen 15) north, range one (1)
'BastcontalJilns 320 acres. , .,
Air of the merchantable fir and cedar Um
ber pti tie southeast ohe-fourth of "section,
thlrty-ttur 34), towjashlp- sixteen. (16) north
of range one U) west. w ' - s '
All of the merchantable fir and cedar, timber
on the north5 nalf or pectldn seventeen (1JJ
township fifteen (15) .north, range jbne (1
west. " v
Third-1 will then offer for sale all timber
t contracts held by me, as receiver, calling for
the delivery of logs to supply .the mill, ana
at time of offer will give a correct estimate
Fourth I wilt then offer tof role all saw
loga In my possession, a scale or measure
ment of which I wJJ! furnish at the time.
Fifth I will next offer the remainder of
the'real, estate of the defendant, which is de
scribed as follows, to-wit:
Lot numbered two (2), In block numbered
twenty-five (25), In McElroy and Williams
Tblrd addition to the town of Seatco, as shown
and described on the official plat pn file, and
of Tecord Iri the auditor's office o Thurston
county, together wltli, all structures and Im
Blxth I "will thetf offer all of the afore
said property as a whole, and If there eh all
be bid therefor, as a. whole, a sum In excess
of the aggregate sum of the highest separate
xblds made for the same when offered sep
arately. I' will declare the bidder therefor
tha purchaser, provided, he pays me in cash
or equivalent then And there 10 per cent of
the amount "of such bid: otherwise the prop-
-erty"wlll be sold separately, to the highest
separate bidders upon the same terms.
Seventh I will next offer all luinber la my
possession, an Inventory of which will be on
hand at said sale, for Inspection and informa
tion, and will also offer such other personal
property as Taax be In my possession at that
time belonging to the defendant or myself as
receiver, consisting- of horses, wagons, har
ness and vehicles. As to these last pieces of
property, consisting of lumber, etc., I re
servo tho right to reject any nnd all bids, and
dispose of the same at private sale.
The terms of all sales mado under this no
tice are as follows: Ten per cent of the bid
accepted paid to me at the time of acceptance
thereof. In cash or Its equivalent, the balance
to be paid In cash or Its equivalent at the
time of the confirmation of the sale by the
oourt. The right to reject any and all bids
1b reserved by the court.
I reserve tho right -at ingress nnd egress to
tho toIU property for a Teasonable time after
the sale, for the handling, removing and dis
position of any property thereon not sold at
the above sale. Good and sufficient deeds
and- conveyances yi be mode by the court
to all property sold upon confirmation of
such sale. GEORGE E. THOMPSON.
Receiver of the Seatco Mnfg. Co., P. O., Bu
coda, Wash. Dated December, 1809.
COUNTY WARRANTS-NOTICE IS HEREBY
given that Multnomah county warrants,
classes A and C, the sam-J having been drawn
upon the road fund, that were presented and
Indorsed "Not paid for want of funds." from
March 1, 1S99, to May 31, 1899. both dates
Inclusive, will. If properly Indorsed, be paid
on presentation at the office of the county
treasurer. Intercot thereon ceases on and
after the date of this notice. Portland, Or.,
January S, 1900. Ralph W. Hoyt, county
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE RIVERVIEW
Cenietery Association The annual meeting of
the members of the Rlvervlew Cemetery As
sociation will be held at the First National
bank on Monday, the 8th of January, 1900,
at 3:30 P. M. A general attendance Is de
sired. All owners of family lots In the cem
etery ore members of the association and en
titled to participate.
WILLIAM R. MACKENZIE, Clerk.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: The under
signed herewith gives notice that he will not
be responsible for any debts or liabilities
contracted by his wife, Marie Relchen, who
has left his bed and board.
Portland, Jan. 6, 1000.
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS FROM $25 TO
$600, on all classes of security. R. I. Ecker
son &. Co., room 5 Washington building.
MONEY LOANED on suburban real estate, or
good security of all kinds; In sums to suit W.
H. Nunn, 311 Macleay bldg. Phone Main 622.
MONEY TO LOAN.
HARTMAN, THOMPSON & POWERS.
3 Chamber of Commerce.
LIFE INSURANCE POLICIES BOUGHT FOR
cceh or taken as security for term loans.
Eugene D. White & Co., 420 Commercial blk.
MONEY TO LOAN on any -jood security; strlct--ly
private. Call "Mann,' 604 Dekum buildlhg.
MONEY TO LOAN on furniture or good securi
ties. S. W. King, room 45 Washington bldg.
LOANS on real, personal, chattel or salary se
curity. C W. Pallett il5 Commercial block.
WRITE ME; I'll loan you money on your furni
ture, privately; low rate. S 43. Oregonlan.
State funds loaned at 6 per cont. W. E. Thomas,
State Agt. for Mult Co., 400 Chamber of Com.
LOANS WITHOUT PUBLICITY ON FURNT
ture, pianos, salaries, etc. Can be paid in
Installments, reducing interest Rates lower
than the lowest F. W. Graves. Mgr., 285
Alder, near 4th, ground floor. Tel. Green 444.
$200,000 TO LOAN AT 5, 6, 7 PER CENT.
City and suburban property for sale and rent
Agent for Westchester Fire Insurance Co. Wm.
G. Beck. 321 Morrison st
WE PRINT 30 FINE VISITING CARDS FOR
25c; 60 In neat case 33c, 100 50c; visiting
cards sent postpaid; 250 business cards $1,
500 $1.50, 1000 $2.50; other work in propor
tlori. Brown & Schmale, 220 First st, Port
ILLOND'S PREVENTATIVE CONES; ANTI
'eeptlc, and germ destroyer; sent sealed, per
box, $1.50. Lady correspondents, bond 4c
stamps for particulars. Iilond Chemical Co..
Portland, Or., P. O. box 974.
ONE SUIT CALLED FOR, PRESSED,
sponged and delivered every week, $1 a month.
Also steam cleaning, dyeing and repairing.
Unique Tailoring Co., 34T Washington. Phones.
SELECT MASSAGE AND MAGNETIC: LADY
from San Francisco. Parlor 20, 263 Stark st.
Wrinkles and all facial blemishes removed by
electricity, cup, roller and sponge. Lewis big.
CLOTHES MENDED FOR LADIES AND GEN
tlemen. Apply at room 45 Labbe building.
WHY SUFFER LONGER? CALL AT 13 3D
north, magnetic healer. Weltmer system.
DOUBTFUL DEBTS COLLECTED. ANY
where. 518 Chamber of Commerce.
FOR MASSAGE BATHS, CALL AT 313
Washington street, room 33.
FOR RENT PIANO. INQUIRE MRS. Mc
Carter. 69 North 13th st
INVEST LESS THAN $i000 IN A NEAT
stock of profitable goods; desirable location,
cheap rent, established trade; a good business
at your own price. Address A. E., box 273,
$750 CIGAR AND TOBACCO STORE, 'FINE
rooms back, best location in city. $600 Fruit
and cigars. 3 rooms back, old stand, and fine
fixtures. Collins. 270 Washington.
FOR SALE FURSTCLASS COUNTRY DRUG
store; Willamette valle good business; worth
investigating; parties meaning business, ad
dress Druggist, care Oregonlan.
WANTED TO BUY A RESPECTABLE. PAY
ing rooming house. State particulars and
price. No agents. A 60, care Oregonlan.
GOOD-PAYING HOTEL, NEAR RAILROAD
depot, In Sheridan. Or.; sale or trade. O. P.
McLaughlin, Sheridan, Or.
FOR SALE CONFECTIONERY STORE; GOOD
location,, on prlnolpal street. Address D 57,
FOR SALE OIL AND GASOLINE BUSINESS;
cheap for cash. Call 41 East Eighth st.
WANTED AN INVESTMENT OF $25,000 ON
income-bearing property. Address V 46. care
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST GENTLEMAN'S PIN. SOLITAIRE
encircled with small diamonds. Liberal re
ward for its return to Portland General Elec
LOST ENGLISH SETTER BITCH; NEARLY
white; some ticked, with black spot on back.
Reward. A. Groener, room 9, 253 Wash
SORREL HORSE; WHITE FACE, WHITE
spot on side and white hind foot; email gray
mare. J. P. Cline, 104 Russell st, Alblna.
LOST RED IRISH SETTER; WHITE ON
breast, scar under left eye. Return to 29 Park
LOST A GRAY HORSE. RETURN TO
George Bauer. 334 Beach st., and receive re
ward. LOST ON WEDNESDAY, 12TH AND MONT
gomery, a purse. Return to 770 Overton.
lAsrrienlt-arai Implements, Machinery.
RUSSELL & CO ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW
mills, threshers, horse-powers. 324. Belmont
JOHN POOLE; Newton wagons, buggies, wind
mlllB, pumps, machinery. Foot Morrison at
Assayers and Analysts.
J, H FISK, MINERAL ASSAYER AND
Chemist; goia dust bought 204 Washington.
PAUL BAUMEL, ASSAYER A11D ANALYST.
Gold dust bought 228 Stark st
U. S. Bakery, Matschlner Bros., props.? breads,
cakes pies, pastry and crackers. 101 N. 14th,
American Bakeryt all kinds of bread. Cakes, pies.
Gua Manksrtji prop., 600 Williams ave.
HOWARD'S BARBER SHOP; FINEST BRAND
cigars; 9 expert workmen. 2Bg Aide. st.
Barbers' Supply Houie.
G. N. W. WH-SON CO.. BARBERS SUP
piles. 80 Sixth st. Oregon phone Black 2900.
INDIAN BASKETS. FROM ALASKA. CALI
fornla and Oregon. Res., 121 13th, cor. Wash.
DEKUM Bathrooms popular baths, massage,
electricity. 714-15-16 Dekum. Pnone, Red. 2845.
New and second-hand "school and other books.
203 Morrison st., between First and Front-
THE- BROWN" BOWLING ALLEY, FOR LA
dles and gentlemen. 248 Grand ave. -
WASHINGTON CREAMERY; PURE BUTTER,
cream; bakery goods. Both phones. G. O.
Mttjger, 41"J Vaantngton.
L. MITCHELL, PAINLESS CHIROPODIST. OF
flce 1CU 5tn st, opp. postotfice. Tel. Hood 014.
Miss Dart, chiropody and manicuring, room 50
Union block, 1st and Stark. 9 A. it to 5 P. .at
BEAUTIFY AND REGULATE YOUR FEAT
ures; the latest scientific methods. Madame
Steele, 722 Marquam.
HERMAN METZGER. PURCHASER OF
hides, pelts, furs, Wuol, monair. tallow, old
ruooer ana oia meiai, ana general coranusiou
merchant. Front st, near Main, Portland, Or.
Cash advances on consignments.
TAYLOR, YOUNG & CO., SHIP BROKERS
and commission merchants, Sherlock building.
ALLEN & LEWIS, COMMISSION AND PRO
auce merchants, Front it L) au., Portland, Or.
EVERDING & FARRELL, commission, butter,
eggs, chickens and farm produce. Portland.
H. TUKE &. CO., 234 FRONT; FLOUR, HAY,
produce, feed and groceries.
RAILROAD CIGAR AND TOBACCO STORE;
cigars and tobaccos. Fred G. Lent, 250 Alder.
HENRY P. O'CONNOR. D. M. D.. 602 MAR
quam building. Morrison st, bet. 0th and 7th.
DR. C. B. BROWN; tel. Ore. Red 2813; res..
White 634. 514-15-16 Dekum building.
WOODARD, CLARKE & CO.,
Cor. Fourth and Washington sts.
MRS. SADD3 A. McKIBBEN. MODISTE; FINE
evening and street costumes a specialty. Tel.
Scott 701. 372 East Morrison.
MISS HAWKINS. LADIES' TAILOR AND
dressmaker; good fit guaranteed. 424 Wash.
MISS E. McDONALD; FASHIONABLE DRESS
maklng; fit guaranteed. 627 Washington.
MADAME McINTYRE, PARLORS. 253 6TH
St., cor. Madison; perfect lit guaranteed.
Dyeing- and Cleaning:.
H. W. TURNER. PROFESSIONAL DYER AND
cleaner, 301 17th. Telephone Red 131.
Mrs. G. Smythe. late of Royal Academy, Lon
don, Eng., will receive pupils for stage course,
elocution and music; stage practice; club rates
reduced. A. O. U. W. bldg., studio 17 and 13.
PORTLAND BUSINESS COLLEGE. Fifth and
Yamhill; A. P. Armstrong. Prln.. J. A. Wesco,
Sec. Open all the year. Students admitted at
any time. Catalogue free.
HOLMES' ENGLISH AND BUSINESS COx
lege, 414 Yamhill st English course; com
mercial and shorthand coursed. Send for cat
alogue. Spanish classes; Mrs. Wm. Webb Robinson, nee
B. M. McDonald. Selling-Hirsch big., room 53.
PORTLAND ELECTRICAL WORKS. 393
Wash. All kinds electrical supplies and repairs.
Fence and "Wire Works.
PORTLAND WIRE & IRON WORKS; WHtE
and iron fencing, office railing, etc. 334 Alder.
OLD EAST PORTLAND FENCE AND WIRE
Works; A. Carlson; 289 East Morrison st.
Harness and Saddles.
THE BREYMAN LEATHER CO., HAR
nes3 and sole leather, saddlery, hardware, find
ings and shoe store supplies. 73 Front st.
THE GEORGE LAWRENCE CO. WHOLE
sale saddlers and harness manufacturers,
leather and saddlery hardware. 72 Front st.
Hotel VUlard; newly remodeled nnd refurnish
ed; modern. J. E. Munsey, prop. 575 N. Front
HAMBURG - BREMEN FIRE INS. CO., 103
First st Boyd & Arnold. General Agents.
BEGIN THE NEW YEAR ARIGHT; HAVE
the Model Laundry do your work.
J. A. REID, mfr. boot and shoe uppers; full
stock shoemakers' supplies. 107 Washington st.
DR. PAUL CROMWELL, THE GREAT COL
ored specialist of all kinds of diseases of both
men and women. Every disease of the human
body. Ejes, ears, con3umpi'v-., asthma, ca
tarrh, cancer, wens and ail other chronic dis
eases positively cured In three week3. The doc
tor can be seen at his new sanitarium. 17
Green ave.. 23d and Washington.
DR. FLORA A. BROWN MAKES SPECIALTY
of asthma and diseases of women and children.
Consultation and diagnosis free. 517-18 The
Dekum. Portland. Or.
TATUM & BO WEN. 29 TO 35 FIRST ST.;
mining, sawmill, wood - working machinery;
pumps; Hoe saws.
NEW DEVICE FOR SAVING WIRE CABLE
on logging engines. E. Turney. 307 E. Oak st.
Muirnetle and Electric Massacre.
MRS. ABBIE C FRENCH CURES NERVOUS
women w.thout drugs. CO LewU building.
Marble and Granite "Works.
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS: marble, gran
ite and atone work. Schnr.en & Neu. 20S 1st
MRS. EHL, GRADUATE MIDWIFE. 121
North 14th st. Telephone West 667.
ANCD2NT TYROLESE VIOLIN FOR SALE;
suitable for lady Violin, viola and cornet lea
sons; music furnished. Emit Thlelhorn. 269
Jefferson. Telephone West 1004.
Lessons 50c; piano, guitar, banjo, mandolin, vio
lin, instruments for sale. Mrs. Martin. 104 1st.
OREGON EXPLORATION CO. OFFERS SPE
clal inducements to investors In Its wide,
rich field of operations, with no risks In pur
chase or the working of mines. The company
owns a group of eight tuartz claims of great
promise. Only a small amount of stock Is on
the market, at a low price and easy terms, as
a large per cent Is held as treasury stock for
the benefit of every share. E. A. Clem & Co.,
515, 516 Oregonloa building-, Portland, Or.
MONTANA METALLURGICAL WORKS. IN
corporated. Sampling and assaying; small leu
of hlgh-gxide ores bought: gold and silver re
fined: mint rates allowed for gold; charges,
ores, alloys, etc.. gold $1.60. silver $1.50. goM
and silver $2", lead $L50. copper $1.50, xlno
$2.60 -ron $1.50. retorting amalgam $1.50.
S. Chase, President. J. T. Gove. Manager.
02 First st. Portland.
VT. ALLARD ROGERS. D. O. OF A. S. a, TH3
Portland Institute of Osteopathy, Morquaia
building. Hours. 9 to 12 and 2 to 5. except Sun
days. Investigation respectfully solicited. Con
OREGON INFIRMARY OF OSTEOPATHY
under the management of L. B. Smith. D. O.
Suite 4CS Oregonian building. Exam!riafca
free. Lady osteopath.
DRS. NORTHRUP &. ALKHIE, osteopatbtsts
rooms 415-16-17 Dekum block. Oregon phons
Main 349. Consultation and examination free.
Oresron Vlavl Company.
Lewis bldg.. Park and Morrison. Free Healtiy
lectures to women Thursday, at 2:30 P. M.
T. J. GEISLER. 610-611 CHAMBER OF COM.
Registered attorney U. S. patent office.
Miss Marie White, scientific palmist, reads past
and future correctly. Lewis bjdg.. room 63.
Burns, leading photographer. 6th and Morrison,
makes reliable photos at reasonable prices.
WOODARD. CLARKE & CO.. WHOLESAL3
and retail, cor. Fourth and Washington.
Real Estate, Loans and Rentals.
ATKINSON. WAKEFIELD & CO.; ESTAB
llshed 1660. 227 Stark st
Strouse's Cafe: best 25c meal; famous coffee and
cake. 10c 222 Washington, bet 1st and 2d.
"Sjir- - cvrr "TZED IRON
cornices. J. C. Bayer. 205 Second st.
Snvr Mill Machinery.
Christenson-McMasfer Machinery Co.; new and
second-hand machinery. E. Watar & E Tnyltr.
We buy everything clothing, furniture, etc. Call
or address. 52 Third st Telephone Hoodi 685.
ShotvcaiicM and Store Fixtures.
DECON. BORGESON & CO.. FRONT AND
MRS. WALLACE. RELIABLE CLAIRVOYANT
and psychic life-reader consult her on busi
ness affairs. love troubles, absent friends;
good advice on mines; reading dally, 50c and
up. 187 First street office 7 and a
LAR3EN. THE PALMIST. WILL TELL THH
year when all leading events in life take pCpieo;
past and future readings. 50c. 285 First st
MRS. J. A. SMITH. MEDIUM AND MAGNET
IC healer, card reader; ores read and mines
located. Room 8, 228 "Washington.
MRS. C. CORNELIUS. TEST MEDIUM: SIT
tlngs daily. Alisky bldg.. Third and Morrlsan.
Mrs. Stevens. Psychic. Inspiration writings, 25a.
Sittings dally, 50c up. 342 First et
ASTROLOGY, reliable delineations also taught.
9 to 9. L. K. Adams, 03 Park.
OVERLAND STORAGE WAREHOUSE.
Fourth and Davis. Merchandise a specialty.
Insurance rates low; storage rates reasonable.
Careful attention given to country consign
ments. TeL Or. Main 777: Columbia 670.
Storage and Transfer.
SAFES. PIANOS. FURNITURE MOVED AND
packed for shipping. C. M. Olsen. 123 First
Tel. office. Main 10ST; Black 801.
STORAGE AT LOW RATE3 CAN BE HAD
at Fred Blckel's storehouse, 31 North Front
Transfer and Storage.
PLNOS AND FURNITURE MOVED. A- I.
Murphy. First and Taylor. Phone Black 2335.
"Watchmakers and Jewelers.
CHAS. A. GIRT. WATCH CLEANING. 50c;
other work in proportion; guaranteed. 302 1st
ALLEN & LEWIS. WHOLESALE GROCERS,
cor. N. Front and Da via sts.. Portland. Or.
WOODARD. CLARKE & CO.. WHOLESALU
druggists, corner Fourth and Washington.
"Wines and Liquor.
Fine wines, liquors and cigars; free lunch;
everything first class. Tom Perkins, 329 Front.
WILLIAM TELL SALOON; CHOICE WINES
and liquors; fine lunch; beer. 5c 211 AMer.
PORTLAND XKUST COiH-AN X
10Q THIRD STREET.
Money to loan on mortgage.
BENJ. L COHEN ..PresWent
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FH13T NATIONAL BANK
OF PORTLAND, OK.
Designated Depositary and Financial Agent of
the United States.
President H. W. CORBETT
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Assistant Cashier J. W. NEWKTRK
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Letters of credl' Issued, avoilabia In Eurep
and the Eastern states.
SIgnt exchange and telegraphic transfers sold
Paul. Omaha, San Francisco and tho prlnolpal
points in lots nunanou
Sight and time bills drawn In sums to suit on
London. Paris, Berlin, Frankfort-on-the-Main,
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Stockholm. St Petersburg, Moscow, Zurich. Hon
Collections made on tavoranie terms.
LADD & TILTON. BANKERS
ESTABLISHED IN 1850.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
Collections made at all points on favorably
terms. Letters of credit Issued availablo in Eu
rope and the Eascern states.
Sight Exchange and Telegraphic Transfers sakl
on New York. Washington, Chicago. St Leub.
Denver, Omaha. San Francisco and various points
in Oregon. Washington, Idaho, Montana and
Exchange sold on London. Paris, Berlin.
Frankfort and Hong Kong.
U.E.LLS. FARGO i CO. BANK
CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS .$6,250,000
JOHN J. VALENTINE PRESIDENT
HOMER S. KLVG MANAGER
R. M. DOOLEY CASHIER
H. G. HANLEY ASSISTANT CASHIER
General Banking Business transacted. Ex
change sold, and Letters of Credit issued, avail
able in all parts of the world.
MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
J. FRANK WATSON Presidant
R. L. DURHAM Vlce-Presktent
R.WV HOYT Cosftter
GEO. W. HOYT Assistant Cashier
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING
Interest paid on time deposits.
Draft3 and le'ters of credit Issued, available in
all parts of the world.
Collections a specialty. Gold dust bought.
LONDON AND SAN FRANCISCO BANK
LIMITED. CAPITAL PAID UP $2.50,000
Head Office. 73 Lombard street, Loadon
This bank transacts a general banking and ex
change business; makes loans, discounts sh.s awl
issues commercial and travelers' credits, avail
able In any city In the world.
Chamber of Commerce building. Third and
Stark streets. W. MACKINTOSH. Manager.
AEtfSWORTH NATIONAL BANK
OF PORTLAND, cor. Third and Oak sts.
J. C. AIN3WORTH. Pres.; W. W. PIHLLTPS.
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Exchange bought and sold on all the principal
cities In Europe Also facilities for tetegrapAlb
transfers. Collections made on favorable terms
on all accessible points.
SAFE DEPOSIT DEPARTMENT
Connected with the bank. Safes' rented on easy
THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Drafts issued available In ail cities of the
United States and Europe.
President TYLER WOODWARD
Vice-Presldtnt JACOB KAMM
Cashier . F. C. MILLER
BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA-PAID-UP
Head Office. 60 Lombard street. London.
Cora'l block, 244 Washington st. Portland.
... 8. LEA BARNES, Masasar.