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THE MOKNlGr OftEGOHIAN, tfAMJAEY -TtHSSDA 16,' 1900.
CLASSIFIED AD. RATES
'Rooms,' "Rooms ana Board," "Housekeep
ing Rooms," "Situations "Wanted," 15 words or
less, 15 cents; 10 to 20 -words, 20 cents; 21 to 23
'words, 25 cents, etc No discount for additional
UNDER ALL OTHER HEADS except ""New
Today 30 cents lor 15 words or less; 16 to 20
"words, 40 cents; 21 to 25 words, 50 cents, etc
first Insertion. Each additional Insertion, one
laalf , no further discount 'under one month.
"NEW TODAT" (gauge measure agate), 15
cents per line, flrst Insertion; 10 cents per line
lor each additional Insertion.
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fice, should always be Inclosed In sealed envel
opes. No stamp is required on such letters.
The Oregonian will not be responsible for er
rors la advertisements taken through the telephone.
CALVE" HEILIG, Mgr.
SIX NICHT3 AND TWO MATINEES. BE-
GINNING MONDAT. JANT15.
THE INCOMPARABLE NEILL COMPANY.
THE INCOMPARABLE NEILL COMPANY.
THE INCOMPARABLE NEH.L COMPANY.
JAMES NEILL. SUPPORTED BY AN EX
CEPTIONALLY STRONG COMPANY,
PRICES Lower floor, except last 8 rows, U;
last S rows, 75c; balcony, flrst C rows, 75c;
balcony, last G rows, 50c; gallery, 25c
Scats now selling.
ONE "WEEK. COMMENCING SUNDAY EVG.
JAN. 14, AND SATURDAY MATINEE.
Heturn of a Great Favorite. That Grand and
Beautiful Play, the Idyll of the Arkansas Hills.
The companion and successor to "Shore Acres,
direction Wa. E. NankevMe. An exceptionally
strong company, with special scenery lor every
act, and exactly as produced at the Fifth-Avenue
theater. New York city, 300 consecutive
nights. USUAL PRICES.
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
At Central Auction Rooms, cor. Alder and
Park sts., upright piano, elegant furniture,
carpets, rugs, books; etc. Sale at 10 A. M.
Geo. Baker & Co., auctioneers.
At 10 A. St.. at 694 Second. St., cor. Meade,
Soutfii Portland, of householdi furniture. J. T.
At salesroom. 411 Washington st., at 10
o'clock A. M., furniture, carpets; etc S. L. N.
A. & A. S. RITE. Oregon
Lodge of Perfection, No. 1;
Ainsworth Chapter of Rose
Croix, No. 1; Multnomah Coun
cil of Xadosh, No. 1; Oregon
Consistory, No. 1. Meeting of
above bodies this evening at S
o'clock, for action on petitions.
ABERNETHY'S CABIN. NO.
L NATIVE SONS OP ORE
GON. Regular meeting this
(Tuesday) evening in Elks'
hall, Marquam building, at 8
o'clock. All members are
earnestly requested to attend.
Visiting brethren cordially in
vited. There will be work in
the Hlyu Cumtux CuKan and "Wake Tika Okoke
degrees. The purest-bred, grass-fed cultana
Irom Howlish, Wampos stables have been
brought down for this occasion.
JAMES P. MOFFETT. Pres.
F. M. DEWTrT. Rcc Sec
SCANDINAVIAN REPUBLICAN CLUB. A
Tegular meeting wlH be held at room 207
"Worcester block this (Tuesday) evening, 7:30
o'clock, for the purpose of electing delegates to
the State Republican League, and for transact
ing suoh other business as may regulary come
before the club. B. J. GRAHS, Sec
WASHINGTON CHARTER, NO. 18,
R. A. M. Special convocation this
(Tuesday) evening. Jan. 10, 7:30 o'clock,
Masondc haH, Burkhard building. Maris
Master degree. By order E. H. P.
RAILROAD EMPLOYES' PURCHASING AS
SOCIATION. Members' meeting this (Tuesday)
evening, at Mr. F. A. Bancroft's office, S. P.
local freight office, cor. Park and Hoyt sis., at
S o'clock. F. W. CUTHBERT, Sec
COLUMBIA LODGE. NO. 114. A. F. & A. M.
Stated communication tSrit (Tuesday) evening.
All Master Masons cordially invited. By order
of W. M. RICHARD BREYER. Sec
3LOOM At his late residence. 103 10th St.,
Jac-b Bloom, beloved husband of Hannah
Bloom, father of Sol, TllHe, Mary and Jennie
Bloom. Funeral today at 2 P. M. Friends in
Mted. No flowers. San Francisco papers
McAFEE At the home of his parents, in Cen
ter addition, Charles, aged 14 years, S months
and 7 days, son of Cfcafrles and Maggie Mc
Afee. Funeral today at 1:30 P. M., from the
residence. Friends invited to attend.
KTT.DER In tills oity. Jan. 15, 1000, Flora H.
Kieder, aged 51 years. Funeral services will
ue new tooay at r p. M. at J. P. Flnley &
Sons chapel, cor. Third and Jefferson sts.
Friends Invited. Interment In Lone Fir cem
etery. EDWARD HOLMAN. Undertaker. 4th
end Yamhill ts. Renn Stlnnon. lady
Assistant. Both phones Ko. 007.
J. P. FINLEY & SON, Undertakers.
Lady Assistant. 275 Third t. Tel. V.
F. S. DUNNING, Undertaker. 414 East
Alder. Lady Assistant. Both phones.
HEWITT ARBUCKLE'S. LION OR COLUM
bia coffee, 2 pounds, 25c; 3 pounds cleaned
currants, 25c; 3 pounds dried peaches, 25c; 4
pounds black figs, 25e; 2 pounds white figs,
15c, 2 pounds dates, 15c; the celebrated M. M.
tea, 40c per pound; all other grades of tea cut
to 4ic ier pound. We carry a full line of
Schillings ".BEST" spieoes and baking pow
der. 7 cigars, fctandard brand, 25c; 1-pound
bar Baitle-Axe, 35c; 5-pound can pure lard,
45c, 3C bars Lenox soap, $1; 20 bans Bab
bltts, ?1; Java and Mocha, very best (non
higher), 25c per pound; shoulders, sugar
cured, 9c per pound. Only one store, 185
Third st., near Yamhill. Oregon South 221;
. M. BARNES. "WHOLESALE DEALER. SAN
Francisco and Oakland, desires purchasing
grain, flour, potatoes, butter, cheese and all
farm produce. Correspondence solicited. Will
handle nothing on commission. San Francisco
ofllce, 524 Second st.
THE TONTINE LIFE INS. PRINCIPLE Ap
plied to savings has yielded 50 per cent profit
to persistent members. $1.25 per week for GO
Weeks. Pacific Coast Investment Co., Port
20 POUNDS GRANULATED SUGAR, SI; 1
gallon syrup, 40c; 2-gallon pall syrup. G5c;
table peaches, pears and apricots, 15c per
can. McKinnon Grocery Co., 173 Third st.
PARTIES DESIRING INFORMATION IN RE
gaTd to business, real estate or mines, in
Sumpter, should write to O. C McLeod &
Co.. box 212, Sumpter, Or.
TRY THE OLD BOOKSTORE FOR CHEAP
books. 229 Yamhill st.
Has been leading coal on coast for 20 years.
PdL.Cc Coast Co., 240 Waahlng.oa st. Teh 220.
On Improved city and firm property, at lowest
current rates. Building loans. Installment
loans. Macmaster & Blrrell. 211 Worcester fclk.
EGGSI EGGS! EGGS!
Seeing for .......... . ...per dozen. 20c
LA GRANDE CREAMERY CO.,
2C4 Yamhill st.. near Third.
$500.00 TO $50,000.00
AT LOW RATES
On acceptable securities.
W. H. FEAR, 410
Chamber or commerce.
The attention of the public is called to the
fact that we receive daily large consignments of
all kinds of flsh. oysters, ciams, mussels, chick
ens, ducks, geese, creamery and dairy butter.
V. e w hoiesale and retail, and solicit orders from
the 'nterior. Telephone Oregon 718; Colum
rERRERA GROCERY CO.. Proprietors.
234 Yamhill, cor. Second.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
L, B Chlpman: farms, stock ranches, timber
claims, city property, business chances. 114
Pacific Agency: city and country property; long
time Joans, low rates. 813 Commercial block.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
Some choice lots fronting on Burnslde st.,
18th. 17th and 18th sts. Will be sold to In
tending purchasers at attractive prices.
Holladay's AdditionFine building lot on
East Third st., near Broadway. Lot In good
location. Is cheap, and can be had on easy
Quarter block on E. 8th and Broadway sts.;
both streets lmprcvod and in a very desirable
Holladay Ave. Corner lot, Holladay ave.,
near steel bridge; low price.
Quarter block, cor. 10th and Weidler sts.;
fine location; lots lay above sidewalk, and are
very cheap. Apply to CHAS. K. HENRY,
273 Stark St.. Portland. Or.
SEVEN-ACRE TRACT. NEAR THE CITY;
nil In cultivation; house and barn; three
blocks from station. Any person wanting
small home farm will flo well to Inspect this.
Six and One-Half Acre Tract Well-improved
6-acre tract; good house, barn; 5
acres in 12-year-old trees; three blocks from
depot. Owner going to Alaska, and will sell
Residence Building Nice residence, built
tills year; all modern Improvements, stone
wall in front of yard. For sale very cheap,
owner having left state. Apply to
CHAS. K. HENRY.
273 Stark st.. Portland, Or.
Choice corner lot. Any person wanting a
fine corner fo build on should Inspect this and
then buy. The N. W. corner of East 14th
and Tillamook sts. Lot fronts south and
east, one block from car line; flne neighbor
hood. Best buy In the city at the price. Ap
ply to CHAS. K. HENRY.
273 Stars st, Portland, Or.
$600 DESLRABLE HOME, CHEAP; LOT 30x
135, with 6-room cottage, one block from car;
easy walk to business; will sell half cash.
Collins, 270 Washington st.
0-ROOM HOUSE. LARGE LOT: MUST BE
sold at a sacrifice. Room 220 Ablngton bldg.
$1250 LOT ON GLISAN ST.. NEAR 23D.
Hart, room 7 Sherlock building.
H. B. COMPSON & CO.. REAL ESTATE AND
mining brokers. 618 Marquam.
One acre. Improved, with house and barn, near
Mount Tabor and Hawthorne-ave. car line.
FOR &ALE FARMS.
BdPROVKD FARMS FOR SALE IN ALL
parts of Oregon and Washington; payments
made to suit purchasers. For full particulars
as to various properties, apply to Macmaster
& Blrrell. JU .Worcester block.
IMPROVED FARM. 160 ACRES, 10 MILES
from Portland, mile from railroad; 20
acres in hops. Drawer 17. Portland.
FARM, 300 ACRES: 200 CULTIVATED, 1G M.
west of Portland: $30 per acre. 250 Wash. st.
FOR RENT FARMS.
ORCHARD, ALL BEARING, 5 ACRES; GOOD
house, finest water; 50 minutes from court
house; will be leased for on year to responsi
ble party on easy terms; only practical fruit
growers need apply, after 7 P. M., 394 Seventh
WHAT HAVE YOU GOT TO EXCHANGE FOR
two lots In RlverdaleT Address B 67, care
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
BARGAINS IN SEVERAL SECOND-HAND
and slightly used plnao9 this week at Ellers
Piano House: Whitney $218, Stelnwary $185,
Decker Brothers $260. Kimball $26S, Emerson
$185. Jennlnga & Son $80, E. Gabler &
Brother $65. Hardman $185, Cable $150. Terms
cash or $20 down and $0, $8 or $10 monthly.
107 First St., between Washington and Stark
DRY FIR. $3.25 TO $3.60 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, 263 Stark. Both phones.
ONE HIGH-ARM SINGER. $15; WHITsf $7.50
St. John, $5; American, $10; W. & W. No. 8
and low-arm Singer, $5. 350 Morrison.
GRAPHOPHONE. BIG HORN AND RECORDS
for sale, on Installments; or will trade for
anything. R C9, care Oregonian.
?S0 2x9 FRENCH-PLATE MERROR; WAL
nut frame; cheap for cash, or diamond. Dent
ist, care Oregonian.
FOR SALE CHEAP; LOW WHEEL; BROAD
tlre Bain wagon; good as new. D 68, care
SAFES. SAFES. BANK WORK. LOCK DEP'T.
opening lockouts, repairs. J. E. Davis, 60 3d.
$8 FOR A NEW GAS COOKER; $2 CASH.
balanca $2 per month. Gas Co., 174 Fifth st.
Upright piano. $125; cost $400; one, $40; one $30;
organ $35. Upstairs, 104 1st. Mrs. Martin.
Magic lanterns, new, second-hand, moving pic
tures. Bullard & Breck. 131 Post, San Fran.
25-TON LOCOMOTIVE, GOOD RUNNING OR
der, cheap. John Poole, foot of Morrison.
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-
fans. Cash or installments. Gramophones and
leglna music boxes.
FRANK L. FINDLAY, EXPERT TUNER, AT
131 0th st., Oregonian bldg. Phone Main 949.
SOULE BROS.. EXPERT TUNERS. 107 FIRST
st. Phones. Eilers Piano House.
HELP WANTED MALE.
AGENTS WANTED FOR "LIFE OF DWIGHT
L. Moody." the famous evangelist, written by
his grateful co-workers In loving memory of
his high, unselfish service In the cause of
fellow-man. Only authorized. Indorsed or re
liable edition. A master book by master
minds. Only $1.50. Everybody wantB It. No
capital or experience required. Highest com
mission. Freight paid. Outfits and circulars
free. Address S. A. Park, Publisher, 334
Dearborn st., Chicago.
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. Oregonian building. Portland. Or.
WANTED MEN TO LEARN BARBER
trade. 500 positions at $00 monthly waiting
our graduates. New field; can earn tuition,
two months complete. All Information with
handsome 1000 souvenir mailed free. Moler
Barber College, San Francisco, Cal.
WANTED YOUTH AS APPRENTICE TO
woodworker; must reside with parents, who
are willing to give him for two years on small
salary. Address R 70. care Oregonian.
YOUNG MAN TO TRAVEL; BEGIN JAN. 15;
permanent position and good salary; will re
quire about $25 capital to qualify himself for
business. Address Q 56, care Oregonian.
WANTED YOUTH FAMILIAR WITH CITY
to take charge of delivery room In retail
store; permanent position; state references.
Address E 70, care Oregonian.
WANTED SEVERAL BRIGHT BOYS FOR
work at home. High or grammar-school
students preferred. Mount Holyoke Rifle As
sociation, Holoke, Mass.
WANTED REGISTERED DRUG CLERK;
good country store; state age, experience,
wages desired and references. Address B 70
SALESMEN TO SELL OFFICE SPECIAL
tles. Fine side lines. Used by all merchants.
Catalogue free. Model Mfg. Co.. South Bend,
TWO MEN LAUNDRr. MARKER, $18;
shirt-machine operator and otarcher, $18 per
week. Canadian Emp. Agency, 226 Morrison.
MEN AND TEAMS. $4. PASS; R. R. LABOR
ers and teamsters, $1.75. pass; other work.
Canadian Emp. Agency, 226 Morrison.
BOY ATTENDING SCHOOL TO WORK
spare time; must be accustomed to work and
Industrious. Apply 549 Morrison st.
WANTED MEN AND WOMEN TO CANVASS
for a paying article. Call N. W. cor. Second
and Salmon sts., room, 10.
Worklngman's Barber Shop; haircut 16c, shave
10c; 0 chairs. Ed Dennison, 205 Morrison st.
WANTED 500 MEN TO TRY THE BEST 5c
shave and 10c haircut, at 27 North Second.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
MRS. PORTER. OF THE PACIFIC EMPLOY
ment office, is now matron of the Home for
Unemplojed, at 305 Third street; will be
be pleased to have all orders sent there. Ore
gon phone Red 15S1; Columbia, 170.
ILLOND'S PREVENTATIVE CONES; ANTI
oeptlc, and germ destroyer; sent sealed, per
box, $1.50. Lady correspondents, send 4c
stamp for particulars. Illond Chemical Co..
Portland, Or., P. O. box 874.
HELP TVANTED FEMALE.
PERNIN SHORTHAND SCHOOL, 211OREGO
nlan; H. W. Behnke, Prln. The Pernin sys
tem was awarded world's fair medal on the
strength of its points of superiority; simplicity,
legibility, rapidity. Speed for practical work,
0-12 weeks. Our graduates are 'all employed.
No failures. Trial lesson. Bookkeeping taught.
ORDER YOUR HELP FROM THE VOLUN
teera of America Free Employment Agency,
24 North Second St., Portland. Oregon tele
phone Hoed 762. Grant McKay, Manager.
IF YOU WANT GOOD CAMP COOKS. WAIT
ers, domestics, chambermaids or help of any
kind, order from Barden's new employment
office, 145 Third. Phone Clay 962.
INTELLIGENT WOMAN, OVER 25, FOR RE
sponslble position. One Interested In W. C.
T. U. work preferred. F 66, care Oregonian.
NOTICE R. G. DRAKE, NOW AT 152 FIRST,
wante domestics, or any working people, call.
Pantry girl, $S M. Other work, $8 to $20.
WANTED A COMPETENT GHtL FOR GEN
eral housework and cooking. Apply morning,
Mrs. R. L. Barnes, Portland Heights.
HOUSEKEEPER WANTED BY WIDOWER;
light work; good, permanent home. Address
S 69, care Oregonian.
LADY FINISHER FOR LADIES' TAILOR
made suits. Rooms 24-25 Rusoal building,
Fourth and Morrison.
WANTED GIRL FOR COOKING AND GEN
eral housework; good waees. 055 Washington
St., cor. Ella.
WANTED A GHtL TO ASSIST IN HOUSE
work In family of two. Call after 8 o'clock,
830 14th st.
WANTED EVERY GIRL AND WOMAN OUT
of employment to call at 305 Third, Mrs.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; must be good cook. 433 East Seventh
WANTED GntL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; must be a good cookv 433 East Seventh,
NO END OF POSITIONS. CALL, EVERY
body. Canadian Emp. Agency, 220 Morrison.
SITUATION WANTEDBY A GIRL, TO DO
general housework. Call at 344 Salmoiv st.
HELP WANTED MALE OR FEMALE.
TEN ORGANIZERS, LADIES OR GENTLE
men, for the best fraternal order; salary and
commission to parties with ability. Addresa
25 Ledger, Tacoma, Wash.
WANTED A FIRST-CLASS LAUNDRYMAN;
would prefer a woman. Address box 29, Cot
tage Grove, Or.
SITUATION W ANTED MALE.
Bookkeepers and Clerk.
YOUNG MAN. EXPERIENCED STENOGRA
pher and typewriter and assistant bookkeep
er, desires position; salary moderate; flrst
class references. S 59, Oregonian.
POSITION WANTED AS BOOKKEEPER OR
office man; young man, thorough experience,
good habits; would like work Immediately.
M 70, care Oregonian.
WANTED BY YOUNG AlAN. POSITION AS
waiter In first-class restaurant: experienced;
would like work at once. W 69, care Orego
$10 FOR ANY ONE WHO OBTAINS STEADY
employment for me; good city references. V
69, care Oregonian.
WANTED WORK FOR COOKS. WAITERS,
farm hands, anybody. R. G. Drake, 152 First.
PLUMBER, FIRST CLASS. DESIRES A SIT
uatlon. Address A 69, care Oregonian.
BY AN AMALGAMATOR, IN A QUARTZ
mill. Address W 70, care Oregonian.
SITUATION WANTED FEMALE.
SITUATION WANTED BY EXPERIENCED
girl, where she may attend night school;
small wages. Call or addres3 290 North 10th.
COMPETENT COOK AND HOUSEKEEPER
would like good situation; references; good
wages. Inquire 25 North Fifth.
GOOD SCANDINAVIAN, GIRL, LATELY
from East, desires position; good wages. D
70, core Oregonian.
HOUSEWORK IN AMERICAN FAMUY OF
adults, by reliable girl; good wages. C 70,
GOOD GERMAN GIRL DESIRES PLACE FOR
second work; good sewer. Address Y 09, care
BY TWO GERMAN GIRLS, FOR GENERAL
housework. 172 Sherman st. Oregon phone
ORDER HELP FREE. R. G. DRAKE, NOW
at 162 First. Both phones. (New 751 Clay.)
DRESSMAKER WOULD LIKE PLACES BY
the day; $1.50. Address F 67, care Orego
nian. Stenog;raplier and Typewriter.
EXPERIENCED. ACCURATE AND RELIA
ble young woman stenographer desires a per
manent position at once; salary nominal. Ad
dress B 00, care Oregoiiian.
A FIRST-CLASS SEA31STRE3S WILL DO
sewing by the day or at home. 107 North 21st
St., cor. Flanders.
GASOLINE LAMPS, MANTELS, CHIMNEYS,
shades, lowest prices. Columbian Gas Lamp
Co., 13 Worcester building, Portland.
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.
GENTLEMAN AND WD7E WISH TWO OR
three furnished rooms In private family, or
part of house. Clean, healthful, reasonable.
G 60, care Oregonian.
YOUNG LADY WANTS BOARD AND ROOM
In private family; price reasonable. C 6X
WANTED BY A GENTLEMAN WHO HAS
reached the age of discretion. Is refined and
cultured, of undoubted character, and Is a
stranger In Portland, room and board In a
refined home of a widow, matrimonially In
clined, who would esteem the acquaintance
of one possessing the above stated attributes.
Address, giving full particulars, A 66, core
WE PRINT 30 FINE VISITING CARDS FOR
25c; 50 in neat case 35c, 100 50c; visiting
cards sent postpaid; 250 business cards $1,
500 $1.50, 1000 $2.50; other work in propor
tion. Brown & Schmale, 229 First st., Port
MARRIED LADIES. WHY WORRY OR
dread certain periods? Our tablets are safe,
sure and prompt; no failures: convincing
samples. 50 cents. California Medicine Co.,
400 Clay street. San Francisco.
ONE SUIT CALLED FOR, PRESSED,
sponged and delivered every week, $1 a month.
Also steam cleaning, dyeing and repairing.
Unique Tailoring Co., 347 Washington. Phones.
PARTHOS SHIPPING HOUSEHOLD GOODS IN
small lots to or from the East can learn some
thing of advantage by addressing J. D. Hawes,
520 East 15th St.. station A. Portland, Or.
WHISKY, TOBACCO AND DRUG HABITS;
cure guaranteed; new method; painless, per
manent. Address M. D., P. O. box 719.
Wrinkles and all facial blemishes removed by
electricity, cup, roller and sponge. Lewis big.
REOPENED The Francis rooming-house, for
merly The Snowden batnnouse. 129 Fourth.
SELECT MASSAGE AND MAGNETIC; LADY
from San Francisco. Parlor 26. 208 Stark st.
Otto Kllngbell, magnetic healer, 20" East Sixth
St., treats any sickness. Ore. phone Scott 603.
Mrs. Dr. McCoy, electric treatments. La Porte
hous, cor. Third and Yamhill sts., mom 14.
CLOTHES MENDED FOR LADIES AND vGEN
tlemen. Apply "at room 45"Labbe building.
WHY SUFFER LONGER? CALL AT 13 3D
north, magnetic healer. Weltmer system.
GRAND RONDE INDIAN SHOPPING BAE
kets. Res.. 121 13th, cor. Washington.
Carlotta's Dream Suppositories for ladles; anti
septic; harmless; sure. 722 Marquam.
DOUBTFUL DEBTS COLLECTED, ANY
where. 518 Chamber of Commerce.
FOR MASSAGE, BATHS, CALL AT 318
Washington street, room 38.
THE SPALDING. 53. E. COR. PARK AND
Alder sts., under the management of the
owner, Helen F. Spaidinc h most completa
apartment - bouse In tae. Northwest; choice
rooms, for gentlemen or gentleman and wife;
furnished housekeeping suites a specialty.
THE PLEASANTON, 2S8 THIRD ST. FINE
furnished rooms, en suite, finale or house
keeping; sunlight In all rooms; bath included;
most reasonable terms; transient solicited.
FURNISHED ROOM IN NICE RESIDENCE,
near Couch school, for lady or gentleman, In
quiet German family; references. Address
B 68, care Oregonian.
THE NEWCASTLE, S. E. COR. THIRD AND
Harrison sts. Rooms, .furnished or unfur
nished; all modern conveniences; references.
THE GILBERT LARGE, WELL-FURNISHED
rooms; all modern conveniences. Third and
Taylor sts. entrance, 207 Taylor.
THE HESPERIAN ONE SUITE OF ROOMS,
on first floor, with first - class board. 533
Morrison, cor. 17rh.
THE QUINfcY BLOCK ELEGANT ROOMS;
modem conveniences. J. E. Mluard Black,
prop. 346 First.
THE VANDERBUILT, 381 YAMHILL ST.
Newly furnished; gas, bath, heat; prices rea
sonable. Gllman Hotel Brick bldg., central; furnished
rooms, $1 per week and up. First and Alder.
NICELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM FOR
rent; cheap to gentleman. 170 13th st.
160 10TH ST. NICELY FURNISHED FRONT
room; heat, gaft bath, running water.
361 FIRST ST. PRIVATE FAMHT; FUR
nished room, with stove; gentleman.
PLAZA HOTEL, 207 THIRD ROOMS, 25c TO
$1 per night; $1,50 to $5 per week.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS; USE OF
bath and phone 164 Park st.
Rooms With Board.
PORTLAND WOMEN'S UNION; 12TH YEAR;
rooms with board: enameled bath tubs; use
of library; Woman's Exchange; Industrial
school. Address Mrs. E. C. George, superin
tendent. 510 Flanders street.
324 SALMON ST., N.EAR SIXTH NICE FUR
nished rooms, with board; heat, gas; reason
able. GOOD BOARD AND PLEASANTLY FUR
nlshed rooms, at Mrs. Monteith's, 46S Yam
hill. NICELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM; ALSO
other rooms; with first-class board. 225 11th.
FIRST - CLASS ROOMS, WITH BOARD;
phone and bath; private family. 330 Fifth.
ROOMS. WITH BOARD, AT MRS. FULLER'S,
105 10th st.
TWO FURNISHED ROOMS, FOR HOUSE
keeping; use telephone and bath. 131 10th et
between Washington and Alder.
435 ALDER FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING;
also other rooms; flrst and second floor; bath,
telephone; desirable location.
372 FIRST ST. FOUR ELEGANT BAY-WIN-dow
furnished housekeeping rooms, $10; re
spectable' people only.
PASO ROBLES, 308 ' FIRST' ST. ROOMS.
furnished, for housekeeping; gentlemen and
253 SIXTH ST., COR. MADISON FURNISH
ed housekeeping rooms; ail conveniences; best
TWO FRONT ROOMS, FOR HOUSEKEEPING;
bath; private family. 81 Ninth St., corner
95 11TH ST. ONE SUITE OF ROOMS, FUR
nished, for housekeeping; also one alcove
363 ALDER, NEAR PARK ELEGANTLY
furnished lower flat; carpets and furniture all
413 MAIN, COR. 11TH FINELY FURNISHED
parlor and kitchen; telephone, bath; no chil
dren. 388 JEFFERSON Furnished flat, 4 rooms; 3
unfurnished rooms; other rooms; references.
3-ROOM FLAT. WITH BATH, IN THE SEVTL
la. Inquire 210 Third st. !
FOR RENT CORNER HOUSE, 17TH AND
Johnson, with all modern Improvements; 0
room?. Inquire of A. B. Steinbach, Fourth
EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE, WITH ALL MODERN
conveniences. 800 Park street. Apply 301
ATTRACTIVE FLAT FOR RENT; FURNI
' ture for sale. Address L 70, care Oregonian.
LARGE MODERN RESIDENCE, EAST PORT
land, $20. Manley & Rountree, 241 Stark st.
FOR RENT ELEGANTLY FURNISHED
house: good location; 10 minutes' walk from
postofflce; gentleman boarded If desired. 643
FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED 10-ROOM
house; favorably situated on Morrison street.
F. V. Andrews & Co., Hamilton building.
$12 PER MONTH; 4-ROOM COTTAGE. ALL
nicely furnished, complete for housekeeping;
200 East 37th st., near Taylor.
FOR RENT LOWER FLAT, 5 ROOMS, FUR
nished; rent reasonable u responsible parties.
G 70, oare Oregonian.
11 on. hos for Kent Fnrnitnre for Snlc.
THAT NEARLY NEW 7-ROOM HOUSE NEAR
new custom-house; rent $18; price furniture
reduced to $275. A ery desirable corner, 9
rooms, $475. Very choice house, 11 rooms,
new and nicely furnished, 600; or will sell
carpete alone. Boarding and rooming, 39
rooms, nearly new furnished, steam heat,
everything modern, full of first-class people,
$3000, part down. Other good large houses.
Collins, 270 Washington st.
A FEW GOOD HOUSES, WHICH MUST BE
sold 11 rooms, very central, extra well fur
nished, $850; 13 rooms, near Hotel Portland,
cheap rent, $700; that 22 rooms, nicely fur
nished, all full, $1000; new, 26 rooms, steam
heat, choice location, $1550; several larger,
houses. CollinB, 270 Washington st.
FOR RENT ALL OR A PART OF THE OS
borne brick warehouse, 70x200 feet, with
trackage facilities. 17th and Vaughn streeta
Inquire st 235 Pine street, corner Second.
240 FIFTH, COR. MAIN FIRST-CLASS Lo
cation for grocery store; good run of trade.
FOR SALE TWO STOCKS OF MERCHAN
dise; a $15,000 stock of dry goods, and a
$5000 stock of groceries. Both houses doing
paying business; books open for Inspection.
Reason for selling, we are going to embark in
the wholesale business. Address Murphy &
Stuchell. Baker City, Or.
$600 FRUIT. CIGARS, TOBACCO, CONFEC
tionery, old stand, large stock, good fixtures,
3 rooms back. Also old-established grocery
and bakery stock, fixtures, oven, team; about
$1000; making money; owner In poor health.
Collins, 270 Washington at.
FOR SALE MY STOCK OF MILLINERY AND
fixtures; have a good, established trade; a
good opening for a good milliner. Address, for
particulars, Mrs. M. McKensie, Astoria, Or.
WANTED PARTNER WITH $10,000 TO $20,
000 ready cash for exceptionally profitable
business; advertiser old residenter. Address
T., room 10 I. O. O. F. Temple, Portland.
FOR SALE GROCERY AND BUTCHER COM
blned; seven years located, with good cash
trade; owner wishes to go East. Address K
60, care Oregonian.
HALF INTEREST IN BLACKSMITH SHOP
In Eastern Oregon can be bought for $450;
half cash. Address P. O. box 2S9. city.
ONE OR TWO STOREROOMS FOR RENT;
entire stock general merchandise for sale; or
any part. 232-234 Russell street.
FOR SALE NO 1 STOCK OF GROCERIES;
cheap rent; fine location, none better. Ad
dress C 68, care Oregonian.
JOLD-ESTABLISHED BUSINESS; INVOICES
about $20,000; want to retire from business,
B 53, Oregonian;
A FREE-MILLING GOLD CLAIM, 3 MILES
from Sumpter, for sale at a low figure. V 59,
FOR SALE FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY,
with small stock of groceries. Call at 150
GROCERY BUSINESS FOR SALE; NEW
stock; flne location. Address D,58, care Ore
gonian. Exceptional business opportunity, bright, enor-
J. gctio woman. 70 Lewis building, 1 to 3 P. it.
Agricultural Implements, Machinery.
RUSSELL & CO ENGINES. BOILERS. SAW
mills, threshers, horse-powers. 324 Belmont.
JOHN POOLE; Newton wagons, buggies, wind
mills, pumps, machinery. Foot Morrison st.
Art Goods and Picture Frames.
BERNSTEIN'S ART STORE, 307 WASHING
ton at.; great clearance sale; special bargains.
Assaycrs and Analysts.
J. H. FISK, MINERAL AS3AYER AND
chemist; gold dust bought. 204 Washington.
PAUL BAUMBL, ASSAYER AND ANALYST.
Gold dust bought. 22S Stark st.
H. K. SARGENT; general practice, collections.
Phone Hood 832. 718 Chamber of Commerce.
EMMONS & EMMONS, Attorneys-at-Law. 623
025 Chamber of Commerce. Both phones 478.
PAXTON. BEACH & SIMON, ATTORNEY3-at-law,
510 Chamber of Com., Portland, Or.
U. S. Bakv ry, Matschlner Bros., props. ; breads,
cakes, pies, pastry and crackers. 101 N. 14th,
American Bakery; all kinds of bread, cakes, pies.
Gus Mankerty. prop., 500 Williams ave.
HOWARD'S BARBER SHOP; FINEST BRAND
cigars; 9 expert workmen. ZG6 Alder st.
Barbers' Supply House.
G. N. W. WILSON CO., BARBERS' SUP
plies, SO Sixth st. Oregon phone Black 2000.
DEKUM Bathrooms; popular baths, massage,
electricity. 714-15-16 Dekum. Phone Red 2845.
New and second-hand school and other books.
2v3 Morrison st., between First and Front.
THE BROWN BOWLING ALLEY, FOR LA
dies and gentlemen. 248 Grund ave.
Beautify and regulate your features; scientific
methods. Madame Steele, 722 Marquam.
METAL SKYLIGHTS, GALVANIZED IRON
cornices. J. C. Bayer, 265 Second street.
WASHINGTON CREAMERY; PURE BUTTER,
cream; bakery goods. Botn phones. G. G.
Mayger, 429 Wasmngton.
Dr. Blng Chong, 191 2d St.; Chinese root medi
cines cure all diseases. Examination free.
WM. DDVENY fc MAUD DEVENY, THE
only scientific chiropodists, room Ml Alisky
bldg., 3d and Morrison. Or eg. phone Grant 10.
L. MITCHELL, PAINLESS CHIROPODIST, Of
fice 160 6th st., opp. postofflce. Tel. Hood 914.
Miss Dart, chiropody and manicuring, room 50
Union block, 1st and Stark. 9 A. M. to 5 P. M.
HERMAN METZGER, PURCHASER OF
hides, pells, furs, wool, mobalr. tallow, oid
rubber and old metal, and general commision
merchant. Front St., near Main, Portland, Or.
Casn advances on consignments.
TAYLOR, YOUNG CO., SHIP BROKERd
and commission merchants, Sherlock building,
ALLEN & LEWIS. COMMISSION AND PRO
duce merchants. Front & 1 sts., Portland, Or.
EVERD1NG & FARRELL, commission, butter,
eggs, cnickens and farm produce. Portland.
H. TUKE & CO., 234 FRONT; FLOUR, HAY,
produce, teed and groceries.
RAILROAD CIGAR AND TOBACCO STORE;
cigars and tobaccos. Fred G. Lent, 250 Alder.
MIS8E3 MATTINGLY ACADEMY OF DANC
lng, 269 14th. Private lessons by appointment.
HENRY P. O'CONNOR, D. M. D., 602 MAR
quam building, Morrison St., beO 6th and 7th.
DR. FRANK I. BALL, DENTIST. ROOM 413
Dekum building.! Phone Brown 494.
DR. C. B. BROWN; tel. Ore. Red 2846; rea,
White 034. 514-15-16 Dekum building.
WOODARD, CLARKE & CO..
Cor. Fourth and Washington sts.
MRS. SADIE A. McKIBBEN. MODISTE; FINE
evening and street costumes a specialty. Tel.
Scott 701. 372 East Morrison.
MISS E. MCDONALD; FASHIONABLE DRES3
making; fit guaranteed. 627 Washington.
MADAME McINTYRE, PARLORS. 253 6TH
st... cor. Madison; perfect fit guaranteed.
Dyeing and Cleaning.
H. W. TURNER, PROFESSIONAL DYER AND
cleaner, 301 17tn. Telephone Bed 131.
PORTLAND BUSINESS COLLEGE. Fifth and
Yamhill; A. P. Armstrong, Pnn., J. A. Weaco,
Sec. Opisn all the year. Students admitted at
any time. Catalogue free.
HOLMES' ENGLISH AND BUSINESS COLr
lege, 414 Yamhill St. English course; com
mercial and shorthand courses. Send for cat
alogue. Spanish lessons; Mrs. Wm. Webb Robinson, nee
B. McDonald. Selllng-Hlrsch bldg.. room 53.
ALL ENGLISH BRANCHES TAUGHT; teach
ers prepared for examination. 361 Yamhill.
PORTLAND ELECTRICAL WORKS, 392
Wash. All kinds electrical supplies and repairs.
Electrical and Machine Worlis.
PORTLAND ELECTRICAL AND MACHINE
Works; machinery of ail kinds made and re
paired. Both phones. Foot of Morrison st.
Fence and Wire Works.
PORTLAND WIRE & IRON WORKS; WIRE
and iron fencing, office railing, etc. 334 Alder.
OLD EAST PORTLAND FENCE AND WIRE
Work3; A. Carlson; 2S9 East Morrison si.
Harness and Saddles.
THE BREYMAN LEATHER CO., HAR
ness 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 Villard; newly remodeled and refurnish
ed; modern. J. E. Munsey, prop. 575 N. Front.
HAMBURG - BREMEN FIRE INS. CO.. 103
First st. Boyd & Arnola, General Agents.
Miss Annie Mattlngly's afternoon Frobel Kin
dergarten, 269 14th st. Tel. Brown 518.
BEGIN THE NEW YEAR ARIGHT; HAVE
the Model Laundry do your work.
J. A. HEID, mfr. boot and shoe uppers; full
stock shoemakers' supplies, 207 Washington st.
NEW DEVICE FOR SAVING WIRE CABLE
on logging engines. E. Turney, 507 E. Oak et.
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 yuartz 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 Oregonian building, Portland, Or.
The greatest gold camp In North America.
Keystone Belle. 10c; Ohio. 20c; Diadem, 10c;
Northern Light, 5c. Developed and undevel
oped claims for sate. We can give you the
most reliable Investment In mines. Dawson
McDowell Co., 41 Sherlock bldg., Portland, Or.
Magnetic and Electric Massage.
MRS. ABBIE C. FRENCH CURES NERVOUS
women without drugs. 66 Lewis building.
MRS. EHL. GRADUATE MDDWIFE, 124
North 14th st. Telephone West 067.
TATUM & BO WEN. 29 TO 35 FIRST ST.;
mining, sawmill, wood - working machinery;
pumps; Hod saws.
DR. PAUL CROMWELL. THE GREAT COL
ored specialist of all kinds of diseases of both
men and women. Every disease of the human
body. Eyes, ears, consumption, asthma, ca
tarrh, cancer, wens and all other chronic dis
eases positively cured. Tho doctor can. be
seen at his new sanitarium, 171 Green ave.,
23d and Washington.
DR. PAUL CROMWELL. THE GREAT COL
ored specialist of all kinds of diseases of both
men and women. Every disease of the human
body. Eyes, ears, consumption, asthma, ca
tarrh, cancer, wens and an other chronic dis
eases positively cured In three weeks. The doc
tor can be seen at his new sanitarium, 17
Green ave., 23d and Washington.
GREEK RHEUMATIC SPECIFIC IS GUAR
antced to positively cure any and all forma of
rheumatism, acute or chronic, very quickly,
or money refunded. Imported directly from
Greece, and can be had only from L. T. Lewis,
252 Washington St.. Portland. Or.
Ladles! Chichesters English Pennyroyal Pills
are the best. Safe, reliable. Take no other.
Send 4c. stamp, for particulars, "Relief for
Ladles." In letter by return mall. At Drug
gists'. Chichester Chemical Co.. Phlla.. Pa.
DR. FLORA A. BROWN MAKES SPECIALTY
of asthma and diseases of women and children.
Consultation and diagnosis free. 517-1S The
Dekum. Portland. Or.
ANCIENT TYROLESE VIOLIN FOR SALE;
suitable for lady. Violin, viola and cornet les
sons; music furnished. Emll Thlelhorn, 269
Jefferson. Telephone West 1004.
Lessons 60c; piano, guitar, banjo, mandolin, vio
lin. Instruments for sale. Mrs. Martin. 104 1st.
Mnrhle and Granite Works.
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS: marble, gran
ite and stone work. Schanen & Neu, 26S 1st.
W. ALLARD ROGER3. D. O. OF A. S. O.. THE
Portland Institute of Osteopathy, Marquam
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 400 Oregonian building. Examination
free. Lady osteopath.
DRS. NORTHRUP & ALKIRE, osteopathia!,
rooms 415-16-17 Dekum block. Oregon phona
Main 349. Consultation and examination free.
Oregon VIuvI Company.
Lewis bldg.. Park and Morrison. Free Health
lectures to women Thursday, at 2:30 P. M.
Painters and Designers.
Wm. Boog. practical painter, 22 Third st.
Two-coat work, lc per sq. foot. Eotm. free.
Miss Maria White, scientific palmist, reads past
and future correctly. Lewis bldg.. room C8.
T. J. GEISLER, 610-611 CHAMBER OF COM.
Registered attorney U. 3. patent office.
Burns, leading photographer, 6th and Morrison,
makes reliable photos at reasonable prices.
WOODARD. CLARKE & CO.. WHOLESALE
and retail, cor. Fourth and Washington.
Real Estate, Loans and Rentals.
ATKINSON. WAKEFIELD & CO.; ESTAB
llshed 1S66. 227 Stark st.
Strouse's Cafe: best 25c meal; famous coffee and
cake. 10c. 222 Washington, bet. 1st and 2d.
HOME FOR THE SICK; MRS. ELLEN TOUT,
nurse; confinement cases a specialty. 255 Fifth.
Saw Mill Machinery.
Christenson-McMaster Machinery Co.; new and
second-hand machinery. E. Water & E Tayltf.
Showcases and Store Fixtures.
DIXON. BORGESON & CO.. FRONT AND
MRS. WALLACE. RELIABLE CLAIRVOYANT
and psychic life-reader; consult her on busi
ness affairs, lave troubles, absent friends;
good advice on mines; reading dally, 50c and
up. 107 First street, office 7 and 8.
LARSEN. THE PALMIST, WILL TELL THE
year when all leading events in life take place,
past and future readings, 50c 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
tings dally. Allsky bldg.. Third and Morrison.
MRS. STEVENS, Psychic, inspiration writings.
25c. Sittings dally, 00c up. 342 ytrst st.
ASTROLOGY, reliable delineations also taught.
9 to 9. L. K. Adams, 68 Park.
MRS. WESTLAKE. 350 MORRISON, PAR
lors 31 and 35. Phone Main 757.
OVERLAND STORAGE WAREHOUSE.
Fourth and Davis. Merchandise a specialty.
Insurance rates low: storage rates reasonable.
Careful atten'ion given to country consign
ments. Tel. Or. Main 777: Columbia 070.
Storage and Trnnsfer.
SAFES. PIANOS. FURNITURE MOVED AND
packed for shipping. C. M. Olsen. 123 First.
Tel. office. Main 1087: Black 801.
STORAGE AT LOW RATES CAN BE HAD
at Fred Btckel's storehouse. 31 North Front.
Transfer and Storage.
PIANOS AND FURNITURE MOVED. A. I.
Murphy, First and Taylor. Phone Black, 2833.
G. W. Vaughn. V. S.; all diseases: special at
tention horses' teeth. Tel. Hood 723. 122 5th.
Watchmakers and Jewelers.
CHAS. A. GIRT. WATCH CLEANING. 50c;
other work in proportion; guaranteed. 302 1st.
ALLEN & LEWIS, WHOLESALE GROCER3.
cor. N. Front and Davis st.. Portland. Or.
WOODARD. CLARKE & CO.. WHOLESALB
druggists, corner Fourth and Washington.
Wines and Liquors.
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 Alder.
BEST PRICES PAID FOR HOU3EHOLD FUR
niture of all kinds. In large or small lots. Also
packing and storage at low rates. Address J.
Keppel, 38S Sixth. Phone Brown 602.
WANTED TO BORROW ?50C0 AT REASON
able rate of interest on cool property, to build
a railroad to ship coal. Addrera E 67, care
WTLL PAY CASH FOR GOOD SUBURBAN
cottage; ateo for good rental property. 220
WANTED A REMINGTON OR SMITH PRE
mler typewriter. In good order. H 67, care
A GOOD SEPOND-HAND FARM WAGON.
not less than 3-Inch. Address M 69. care Ore
gonian. WANT TO BUY ROOMING-HOUSE. 10 TO 16
rooms. C. E. Bennett, 127 Fourth st.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST TWO COWS AND A CALF. ABOUT
mile south of Rockwood. Return or address
John Antonio. Rockwood. Or.
LOST AT HIGH SCHOOL. JAN. 13. LADY'S
purse, containing keys. Return 165 10th st. i
PROPOSALS FOR HORSES AND COWS V. S.
Indian School Service, Salem Indian Indus
trial School, Chemawa. Or., Jan. 9, 190O.
Sealed proposals. Indorsed "Proposals, for cows
or horses," as the case may be. and addressed
to the undersigned, at Chemawa, Or., will bo
received at this school until 2 o'clock P. M.
of Jan. 31, 1900. for furnishing and deliver
ing at the school twenty milch cows and two
work horses, of the following specifications:
All animals must have been born and bred
north of the south line of the state of Kansas.
Milch cows must be good, well-bred, natlva
American cattle, grade Durham preferred,
not under 2 nor over 4 years old. Horses must
be between 5 and 8 years old, free from- blem
ishes, well broken to harness and matched in
gait, sound and gentle in every respect, and
weigh not leea than 1000 pounds each. AU
animals offered will be subject to a rigid in
spection. The right Is reserved to reject any
and all bids, or any part of any bid, 1C
deemed for the best Interests of tha service.
Certified Checks. Each bid must be accom
panied by a certified check or draft upon noma
United States depository or solvent national
bank, made payable to the order of the com
missioner of Indian affairs, for at least flv
per cent of the amount of the proposal, which
check or draft will be forfeited to the United
States In case any bidder or bidders receiv
ing an award shall fall to promptly execute
a contract with good and sufficient sureties,
otherwise to be returned to the bidder. Bld
accompanied by cash In lieu of a certified
check will not be considered. For any addi
tional information apply to THOS. W. POT'
TREASURY DEPARTMENT. WASHINGTON,
D. C, January 10. 1900. Sealed proposals for
the purchase of the revenue steamer Corwin
will be received by Captain D. F. Tozler. R.
C. S., until 12 o'clock M.. Saturday. February
10 next. The Corwin is a steamer of 213
grces tons, top-sail schooner rig; with Oregon
fir frame and copper and galvanlzed-lront
fastenings: extreme length. 145 feet, beam
molded, 23 feet; draft. 9 feet 4 Inches forward
and 11 feet 5 inches aft; has one inverted
direct - acting engine, and one cylindrical
Scotch return tubular bolter, built In IS88. and
Is supplied with, satin, awnings, anchors,
chains, boats, steam, windlass, etc. The ves
sel can be seen at Tort Townsend. Wash.,
upon application to eltner Captain Teier or
her commanding officer, and will be open for
Inspection until the date above named. Pro
poaals should be Indorsed on the envelopo
"Purchase- of Revenue Steamer Corwin," and
oddrersed to CAPTAIN D. F. TOZIER, R. C.
S.. Port Townsend. Wash. (Signed) O. L.
SPAULDING. Assistant Secretary.
PROPOSALS FOR SUBSISTENCE SUPPLIES
Office Purchasing Commissary. San, Fran
cisco. Cal.. January 10. 190O. Sealed propo
sals for furnishing and delivering of such
quantities of subsistence supplies, delivered
at such wharf or wharves or such warehouses
In San Franclpeo. Cal.. as per circular to bo
seen at tfila office, will be recelvel here- until
11 o'clock A. M.. Friday, January 20. 1900.
and opened Immediately thereafter, in pres
ence of bidders. Specifications, general in
structions to bidders and blanks form of pro
pesafo will be furnished to established dealers
on application to W. H. BALDWIN. Major
and C. S., U. S. Army, Purehastas- Commis
sary. Stockholders Meeting.
NOTICE OF THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
the Stockholders of the Snake River Valley
Railroad Company Notice Is hereby given
that the annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Snake River Valley Railroad Company
will be hekL pursuant to the by-tewe. on
Monday, the 5th day of February, 1900, at 13
o'clock noon, at the office of the secretary oC
the company, room 311 "Worcester building.
Portland. Or. HENRY F. CONNER.
Dated January 15, 1900. Secretary.
NOTICE OF THE ANNUAL MEETING OP
the Stockholders of tho Washington Railroad
Company Notice to hereby given that the an
nual meeting of the stockholders of the?
Washington Railroad Company will be held
at the office of the company, room 314 Worces
ter building, Portland. Oregon, on. Monday,
the 5th day of February. 1900. at 12 o'clock,
noon. HENRY F. CONNER. Secretary.
Dated January 15. 1900.
MONEY TO LOAN on any good security; strict
ly private. Call "Mann," 604 Dekum building.
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 ai5 Commercial block.
WRITE ME; I'll loan you money on your furni
ture, privately; low rate. S 43. Oregonian.
Money loaned on chattels and real property, rea
sonable. 612 Commercial bldg.. 2d and Wash.
CHATTEL LOANS ON GOOD SECURITY;
low rates; private party. 319 Allsky building.
Loans on bicycles, planes and personal proper
ty. W. A. Hathaway, room 10 Wash. bldg.
LOANS WITHOUT PUBLICITY ON FURNI
ture, pianos, salaries, etc Can be paid In
Installments, reducing Interest. Bates lower
than the lowest. F. W. Graves, Mgr.. 285
Alder, near 4th, ground floor. Tel. Green 444.
$200,000 TO LOAN AT 5, 6. T PER CENT.
City and suburban property for sale and rent.
Agent for Westchester Fire Insurance Co. Wm.
G. Beck. 321 Morrison at.
MONEY TO LOAN IS SUMS FROM $25 TO
$500. on all classes of security. R. I. Eckar
son & Co., room 3 Washington building.
MONEY LOANED on suburban real estate, or
good security of all kinds; in sums to suit. W.
H. Nunn, 311 Macieay bldg. Phone Main 822.
ONE TO FTVB THOUSAND DOLLARS TO
loan; realty security; 7 per cent." 22ft Arnng
MONEY TO LOAN.
HARTMAN. THOMPSON & POWERS,
3 Chamber of Commerce.
LD?E INSURANCE POLICIES BOUGHT FOR
cash or taken as security for term loans.
Eugene D. White Co.. 420 Commercial blk.
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY
109 THIRD STREET.
Money to loan on mortgage.
A general trust and aganuy business transacted.
BENJ. I. COHEN Prwrident
H. L. PITTOCK. A. S. NICHOLS Vlce-Pres.
E. J. ALTSTOCK. J. O. GOLTRA.... Secretaries
FUtST NATIONAL BANK
OF PORTLAND. OR.
Designated Depositary and Flnuaeial Agent o
the United Stated.
President L W. CORBETT
Cashier ,...G. E. WITH1NOTON
Assistant CashUr ..J. W. NkWKiRK
Second Assistant Cashier W. C. ALVOKD
Letters of credit issued, available in Euros
and the Eastern states.
Sight exenange ana iciegrapmc irtuiaiers sola
on .New ork. Boston. Chicago, St. Louis, St.
Paul, Omaha, San Francisco and the principal
po.nts in the Northwest.
Sight and time bills drawn In sums to suit on
London. Paris, Berlin. Frankfort-on-the-Matn.
Hong Kong. Yokohama. Copenhagen, CnriaUania,
Stockholm. St. Petersburg. Moscow. Zurich. Hon
olulu. Collections made on favorable terms.
LADD & TU.TON. BANKERS
ESTABLISHED IN 1859.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
Collections made at all points on favorabla
terms. Letters of credit issued available In Eu
rope and the Eastern states.
Sight Exchange and Telegraphic Transfers sold
on New York, Washington, Chicago, St. LoulO,
Denver Omaha, San Francisco and various points
In Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana and
Exchange sold on London. Paris. Berlin.
Frankfort and Hong Kong.
WELLS. FARGO & CO. BANK
CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $0,250,000
JOHN J. VALENTINE PRESIDENT
HOMER S. KING MANAGER
B. M. DOOLEY CASHD2R
VL a HANLEY ...ASSISTANT CASHIBR
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 President
B. L. DURHAM .Vice-President
K.W. HOYT Cashier
GEO. W. HOYT Assistant Cashle
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING
Interest paid on time deposits.
Drafts and letters of credit issued, available-la
all parts of the world.
Collections a specialty. Gold dust bought.
LONDON AND SAN FRANCISCO B.NK
CAPITAL PAID UP $2,-i50,CC(J
Head Office. 73 Lombard street. London.
This bank transacts a general banking and ex
change business; makes loans, discounts tii3 and
Issues commercial and travelers credtts. avail
able In any city In the world.
Chamber of Commerce building. Third and
Stark streets. W. MACKINTOSH. Manager.
THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Drafts lsued available In all cities of ths
United States and Europe.
President TYLER WOODWARD
VIce-Presldtnt JACOB KAMU
Cashier F. a MILLER.
BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA-PAID-UP
RESERVE ..... 500,000
Head Office, 60 Lombard street, London.
Com'l block, 244 Washington st. Portland.
R. LEA BARNES, Manager.