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THE MOBBING OREGONlAtf, SATUEDAY, JANUARY 20, 1900.
FOR. SALE RKAL ESTATE.
CALVIN HEILIG, Mgr.
Two more performances. Matinee and
THE INCOMPARABLE NEILL COMPANY.
THE INCOMPARABLE NEILL COMPANY.
HEADED BY MR. JAMES NEILL.
HEADED BY MR. JAMES NEILL.
Saturday Matinee "A Bachelor's Romance"
Saturday night "Captain Lettarblalr"
EVENING PRICES Lower floor. except last
S rows. $1, last 8 row!, 75c; balcony, first 0
rows, 75c. last 5 rows. 50c; galtery. 25c.
MATINEE PRICES Lower floor, except last
3 rows, 75c; last 2 rows, 50c; baleens', first 6
rows, 50c, last G rows, 25c
ONE "WEEK, COMMENCING SUNDAY EVG.
JAN. 14. AND SATURDAY MATINEE.
Return at a Great Favorite. That Grand and
Beautiful Play, the Idyll of the Arkansas Hills.
The companion and succes-or to "Shore Aeres."
direction Win. E. NankevlUe. An exceptionally
strong company, -with special scenery for every
net, and exactly as produced at the Fifth-Avenue
theater. New Tork city, 300 consecutive
nights. USUAL PRICES.
ONE WEEK, COMMENCING SUNDAY, JAN.
21, MATINEE SATURDAY.
RENTZ-SANTLEY NOVELTY CO.
RENTZ-SANTLEY NOVELTY CO.
RENTZ-SANTLEY NOVELTY CO.
"AN AFFAIR OF HONOR."
'AN AFFAIR OF HONOR."
"AN AFFAIR OF HONOR."
"AN AFFAIR OF HONOR."
NOBLES. On Saturday af
ternoon. 20th insi.. at C
o'clock, a meeting of Al
Kader Temple will 1j held
to receive petitions, ballot oa
the same, and confer the or
der upon candidates if el&ct
ed. All petitions and fees
must be ia the hands of the
-secretary not later than 4
o'clock that day. Ceremony
at EIGHT O'CLOCK. We -wait for no one;
Hlzsatonikma jest lhazarivedihesul ferlzboy-llng-
Light refreshments for officers and mem
bers at 8 o'clock at the hall. By order Illus
trious Potentate Katlb.
COMRADES. You are requested
to attend the funeral of Merchant
Flanders, late of Co. E, 10th N. Y.
Heavy Art. Interment at G. A. R.
remetery. Funeral from J. P. Fin
ley & Son's undertaking parlors at
I o'clock Sunday. Jan. 21. 1000.
J. S. FOSS, Com.
A. C. SLOAN. Adjt.
ALBINA LODGE, NO. 101. A. F.
& A. M. Stated communication this
(Saturday) evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Work in F. C degree. By order of
W. M. A. J. BANDLAN, Sec
EDWARD riOLMAf. Undertaker. 4th
and Yamhill sts. Hens Stlnson. lady
assistant. Both, phones No. GOT.
J. P. FIXLEY & SON. Undertakers.
Lady Assistant. 275 Third at. TcL U.
F. S. DUNNING, Undertaker. 414 East
Alder. Lady Assistant. Both phones.
CUT PRICES ON EVERYTHING TODAY NO
Eggs, fresh. Oregon.. ...... ..2 dozen for 35c
Eggs, Eastern .. ........per doren, 12c
Hams. Armour's ...........per pound. 12c
Hams, picnics ...............per pound, loo
Lard. 10-lb. pail, $1.10 today S5c
Lard, 5-lb. pail, 60c today 45c
This is Armour's best lard.)
Crackers, frtah. sodas ....per pound. 5c
Crackers, picnics ..............per pound, 0c
Cheese, full cream.... ....per pound, 15c
famolt. 4c pound. Smelt, 4c pound.
We also have a large stock of dressed chick
ens, turkeys, ducks, geese and game. Don't
delay; get your order lu early.
PACIFIC MARKET & GROCERY CO..
Wholesale Commission, 140 First.
Phono Grant 761.
TOR SATURDAY TURKEYS, GEESE AND
chickens. Turkeys, 15c lb.; chickens. 25c up.
See the Xa. Grande Creamers Co., 264 Yam
hill. FULL-WEIGHT OREGON CREAMERT BUT
tcr. 45c. 50c, 55c and GOc; dairy butter. 35c
and 40c; country butter, 30c, 2 doz. eggs. 25c
Ail goods retailed at wholesale prices. La
Grande Creamery. 264 Yamhill.
SAM AND EGGS EGGS. 2 DOZ.. 25c; BEST
Eastern sugar-cured h&ms, 12c. See the La
Grande Creamery Co.
THE TONTINE LIFE INS. PRINCIPLE AP
plied to savings lias yielded 50 per cent proflt
to persistent members. $1.25 per week for 60
weeks. Pacific Coast Investment Co.. 513
Chamber of Commerce. Portland, Or.
20 POUNDS GRANULATED SUGAR, $1; 1
Ballon syrup 40c; 2-gallon pail syrup, 65c;
table peaches, pears and apricots, 15c per
can. McKlnnon Grocery Co., 173 Third et.
TO LOAN $2500 OR LESS, ON CITY REAL
estate, at 6 per cent: no bonus. R. C. Prince,
43 Sherlock block. Third and Oak.
TRY THE OLD BOOKSTORE FOR CHEAP
booko. 220 Yamhill st.
Has been leading coal on coast for 20 years.
Pacific Coast Co., 249 Washington st. Tel. 229.
On Improved city and farm property, at lowest
current rates. Building loans. Installment
loans. Macmaster & BIrrell. 311 Worcester hlk.
$500.00 TO $50,000.00
AT LOW RATES
On acceptable securities.
W. H. FEAR,
cnamoer or commerce.
S00 rolls just received 30c. 85c, 40c 45c and
50c per rolC full weight. No process, but pure
234 Yamhill st.. cor. Second.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
By order of the county court there will be
sold by public auction at the courthouse door
on Friday, 26th January, 1B00. at 10 oclock.
all of the real property belonging to the estate
of the late Kenneth Macleay. as follows:
(1st) Itesldence lots in Johnson's addition,
fronting on King St., Main St., and St. Clair
Et. This Is among the nneet residence property
In the city.
(2nd) Tracts of land on Portland Heights,
commanding fine views.
(3rd) Residence lots in Caruthers' addition,
fronting on Glbbs and Grover and Macadam eta.
(4th) Residence lots in Lincoln Park Annex.
5n) Residence lots In Flret-Stret Terraces.
Terms. 10 per cent cash and balance on de
liver? of deed.
F r full information apply to the administra
tor, Robert Livingstone, 224 Stark at. or to
M'-irrs Snow & McCamant. Attorneys, Concord
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE.
ONE OF THE HANDSOMEST PLACES IN
Oregon 51 acres. 5 blocus from R. R. station,
3 blocks from High rebottl, In Hlllsboro; a
beautiful colonial 10-room residence; good
barn, big fruit drier. 12 acres in park, lawn
and orchard, choicest fruit of every kind; 20
acres beaver-dam carden soil, balance In up
land cultivated pasture ; no one could help but
admire this place to oee it. Price, only $4500.
TT fV IrontIs on e Willamette; rich
soil. 1200 boarinjr fruit trees; all fenced and
to1""1 ssaaJt hoU!5C an"a b3"1: $1100.
5 acree, 8 miles north Vancouver; 35 fine
gardMj land, fair bulldirsss. plenty choice
i? SS5ailiS9.rro5l clty- 1 mIle motor;
$ioP U t&ir bunnss: for
Pf,oet2?'Et3y place 0R Portland
Heights, fine new house; cne block cars; for
in-hSZLViS? home on Portsmouth avc;
20 bearing fruit tree, a knely place. $300.
A 40-acre parden place and some farms for
rent. Monej to loan. DUNN, 14o4 rsU
MODERN 8-ROOM HOUSE, WITH 1 CPE IV
fniit. near Mount Tabor line. clje" hv easv
trnrw; S2S0O D. W. Hoeibing, 250 S&hT
FORJSA.V15 AES. SCROLL'S FERRY
road all Improved. houa, barn, etc L -r
Thompson. 222 Oak st. ' C Jj-
TOR SALE-FOUR LOTS. 5-ROOM HOUSE.
L. B Chlpiaar.; farms, stock ranches. Umber
clalmst city property, business chances. 114
Pacific Agent-; city and country property: long
time loans, low rates 313 Commercial block.
H B COMPSON & CO.; HOUSES FOR RENT
bargains in cUy property. 618 Marquam.
$1250 LOT ON GLISAN ST.. NEAR 23D
Hart, room 7'Sacriock buliaiajr.
LOTS 5 AND 6. BLOCK 7, IN T1BBETTS
addition, for de. Call or address 275 Sher
man st. Would take some lumber for part
FOR SALE OR TRADE IN CITY PROPERTY
10 acrea 13 miles from Vancouver; 6 acres
cleared with a house and good well. Addresa
John Rotbetrom. 1SS East 15th St., Portland.
$600 DESIRABLE HOME. CHEAP; LOT 30x
135, with 5-roem cottage, ens block from car;
easy walk to business; will jkII half cash.
Collins. 270 Washington st.
FOR SALE TWO-STORY HOUSE. 1171 HAW
thorne ave.; lot 44xl3S: city water; 16 frutt
trees; price ?1000. part cash. Kawtkerne
avenue cars pass door.
IMPROVED CITY PROPERTY. WORTH $2,50
Incumbrance $000, to exchange for improved
farm of $1S50 value without incumbrance. Ad
dress S 6. care Oregonian.
FOK SALE FARMS.
STOCK AND FRUIT RANCH OF S79 ACRES
for sale; well watered, good soil; 30 acres
bearing orchard; only two miles from Oak
land, Doug-las county. Or.; low price and easy
terms. Apply directly to the Pacific Mutual
Life Insurance Company. San Francisco. Cal.
IMPROYBD FARMS FOR SALE IN ALL
carta of Oregon an3 Washington; payment!
made to wit purchaser!. Fcr full particular
a to various properties, apply to Macniaster
& BIrrell. 311 Worcester block.
FOR SALE OR RENT 5 ACRES. JOINING
Woodstock; also thoroughbred brown and
white Leghorn hens. John McCall. Wood
stock. CO ACRES OR MORE, MOSTLY IMPROVED.
4. miles from courthouse; leas than half value.
Inquire Tremor.t hou.e. 343 Everett st.
IMPROVED FARM. ICO ACRES. 10 MILES
from Portland, mile from railroad; "20
acres In hops. Drawer 17. Portland.
FARM. 300 ACRES: 200 CULTIVATED, 18 M.
west of Portland; $30 per acre. 250 Wash, st.
FOR SALE MISCKLi.lAUOUS.
BARGAINS IN SEVERAL SECOND-HAND
and slightly used plnaos this week at Eiiers
Piano House: Whitney $218. Stelnwary $185.
Decker Brothers $200. Kimball $203. Emerson
S1S5. Jennings & Sen fSO, E. Gabler &
Brother $65. Hardman $185, Cable $150. Terma
cash or $20 down and $6. $S or ! monthly.
107 First L, between Washings' .1 id Stark.
FOR SALE ONE BARNES NO. 5 SCRBW
cuttlng lathe, complete, with foot power or
counter shaft, with complete set of tools;
price, with foot power. $S0; with foot power
and counter nhaft, $90. American Bicycle
Company, Portland Branch Pope Sales De
partment, 132-134 Sixth st., Portland, Or.
Radam's Microbe Killer positively cures diph
theria, all throat troubles, blood and skin dis
eases, rheumatism, cancer, catarrh; also cures
la grippe, colds and lung trouble. Call at 3G0
Morrison for descriptive pamphlet and sample.
FOR SALE GENERAL MERCHANDISE
store; email stock: income Independent of
store; $30 per month. L 64, care Oregonian.
FOR SALE 7 BOILERS, 4 ENGINES, 1 PORT
able saw mill. 2 steam pumps. For particu
lars write to W. J. Benson, Hlllsboro, Or.
TYPEWRITERS. ALL MAKES. RENTED AND
sold. Expert repairing. Office t supplies, etc
Cunningham's. 266 Stark. Both phones.
YOUNG HORSE FOR SALE; A FEW SPAN
suitable for truck work or logging. S54 Jef
SAFES. SAFES,. BANK WORK. LOOK DEP'T.
opening lockouts, repairs. J. E. Davis. G6 3d.
$S FOR A NEW GAS COOKER; $2 CASH,
balance $2 cer month. Gas Co., 174 Fifth st.
Upright piano. $120; 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.
75 rigs, new and seoopd-hand; 500 sets harness,
100 saddles; must be sold. 211 Washington.
25-TON LOCOMOTIVE. GOOD RUNNING OR
der, cheap. John Poole, foot of Morrison.
SHERMAN. CLAY & CO.. ROOMS 16 AND 1"
Russel building, cor. Fourth and Morrison.
Stelnway 5L Sons. A B. Chase and Emerson
pianos, A B. Chase and W. W. Putnam or
gans. Cash or installments. Gramophones and
Regina music bores.
FRANK L. FINDLAY, EXPERT TUNER. AT
131 6th st., Oregonian bldg. Phone Main 019.
SOULE BROS.. EXPERT TUNERS. 107 FIRST
et. Phones. Eiiers Piano House.
HELP WANTED 3IALE.
MOLER BARBER COLLEGE, SAN FRANCIS
CO, Cal., hao a grand offer for an j one lo learn
barber trade. Special this month. 500 posi
tions at 560 monthly open soon; new field;
eight weeks' term qualifies. Complete outfit
of tools presented eacli student. Our gradu
ates success increases the demand for help.
Only school whose barbers are authorized to
work Jn. any state. City map and Illustrated
catalogue explaining' our new inducement
LIFE INSURANCE MAN, EXPERIENCED
and competent, wonted for Important district
agency Mutual Life cf New York; must nave
bona fide record for writing $10n,O00 to $300,
000; bond required; libera! commissions and
office allowance William S. Pond. State Man
ager, Oregonian building. Portland. Or.
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 50. care Oregonian.
SALESMEN TO SELL OFFICE SPECIAL
ttes. Fine side lines. Ut?ed by all merchants.
Catalogue free. Model Mfg. Co.. South Bend.
REGISTERED DRUGGIST STATE SALARY
wanted, experience and last place emplojed.
Address, with stamp, C 62, care Oregonian.
MEN AND TEAMS, $4. PASS: R. R. LABOR
ers and teamsters, $1.75. pass: other work.
Canadian Emp. Agency. 226 Morrison.
Worklogman's Barber Shop; haircut 15c, shave
10c; 6 chairs. Ed Dennteon. 205 Morrison st.
WANTED OFFICE BOY AND JANITOR;
small salary. Adds ess B 62, care Oregcnlan.
WANTED 500 MEN TO TRY THE BEST 5e
shave and 10c hgircot, at 27 North Second.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
MRS. PORTER. OF THE PACIFIC EMPLOY
ment office, Is now matron ot the Home for
Unemployed, at S05i Third street; will bs
be pleased to have all orders sent there. Ore
gon phone Red 15S1; Columbia, 170.
WANTED-B.-H. WAITRESS, ETC.. $15; DO
mestlcs for city, 520 and less; others for Col
fax, W.. ?20 (fare); Cathlamet, $12; The
Dalles. Everybody calL R. G. Drake, now at
WANTED A FIRST-CLASS DINING-ROOM
girl; one who has hod experience in flrst
clasK hotels and Is competent to take charge
of dining-room. Addrtrs box 16, Ontario, Or.
ORDER YOUR HELP FROM THE VOLUN
teero of America Free Employment Agencv,
24 North Second st., Portland. Oregon tele
phone Hood 762. Grant McKay. Manager.
WANTED NEAT. CLEAN YOUNG GIRD TO
take care of child; most sleep at home. Ap
plj bet-ween 10 and 12 to Mre. Pateraon, The
GIRL WANTED FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work and to assist in confectionery. 183 Mad
WANTED YOUNG GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK;
wages $10. Apply 456 Rodney avc, Upper
NO END OF POSITIONS. CALL. EVERY
body. Canadian Emp. Agency, 220" Morrison.
WAITRESS WANTED TODAY AT THE VDN
donv, cor. 13th and Alder.
HELP WANTED MALE OR FEaiALE.
TEN ORGANIZERS. LADIES OR GENTLE
mefc, for the best fraternal order: salary and
commission to partita with ability. Address
23 Ledger, Tacoma, Wash.
SITUATION "WANTED MALE.
JAPANESE (PLAIN COOK) WANTS SITUA
tlon as cook or houseworker. In country be
tween Portland and Baker City; good speak.
C. Slder. 53 North Fourth.
A YOUNG MAN FROM THE E1ST WOULD
like a position, with chance to work hie way
up. In wholesale or retail business. J. S. Van
Doren, California house.
BOY 17 YEARS OF AGE WISHES PLACE TO
work morninss and evenings for board and
attend business collcgt. P CT, care Orego
nian. YOUNG MAN WISHES POSITION IN STORE
or office; latter preferred; seme experience;
references. G 02, care Oregonian.
YOUNG MAN WISHES POSITION: HAVE
jiuu two years experience in oanK; pest 01 I
Teferences, Address N 64, care Oregonian.
JAPANESE BOY WANTS HOUSE AND PANt
try work in hotel or clubhouse or large place.
B 0-1, care Oregonian.
JAPANESE (GOOD BOY) WANTS SITUATION
in any place, help cooking and housework.
208 North Everett.
YOUNG MAN, NOT AFRAID OF WORK,
wishes position in the city; good reference. F
C2, care Oregonian.
JAPANESE (YOUNG. HONEST BOY WANTS
housework and any kind work to do.- D 04,
SITUATION WANTED BY JAPANESE BOY.
as dishwasher or housework, in any place. 10
YOUNG MARRIED MAN MUST HAVEWORK,
any kind. 751 East Ash. ,
EXPERIENCED COOK (SCOTCH) DESIRES
position with private family; can give good
references. W G7, care Oregonian.
WANTED SITUATION TO DO HOUSEWORK
In first-class family. Address H 64, core Ore
gcnlan. A GOOD GERMAN GIRL, AS A HOUSEKEEP
r or light housswork. 16th and Northrup,
THOROUGHLY EXPERIENCED NURSE
(Scotch-Canadian) desires position where thers
are one or two children; would lake position
as companion, or housekeeper, where help Is
kept. M 64. care Oregonian,
A POSITION BY LADY" WITIJ CHILD 3
years old; city preferred. Address Mrs: L. J.
Wc-ls. 272 Clackamas st.
WANTED WORK FOR CAMP COOKS. WAIT-resst-s,
domestics, anybody. R. G. Drake, 152
AS HOUSEKEEPER FOR SMALL "FAMILY.
Address X 03. catv Orpgonlan.
-WANTED AGE?. Th.
AGENTS ON SALARY OR COMMISSION: THE
greatest agent's seller ever produced; e-ery
user of pen and Ink buys It on sight; 200 to
500 per cent proflt; one agent's sales amounted
to $020 In nix days; another $32 In two hours.
Monroe Mfg. Co.. X 44, La Crosse. Wis.
GASOLINE LAMPS, MANTLES, CHIMNEYS,
shades; lowest prices, Columbian Gas Lamp
Co.. 73 Third St., Portland.
Agents mak big money with our line. Write for
particulars, Great Northern Weolea Mills,
Economy Gas Lamp Co. light 15 hours 5 cts.
Agenta wanted. H. W. Manning, Agt.. 43 3d.
PROPOSALS FOR HORSES AND COWS U. S.
Indian School Service, Salem Indian Indus
trial School, Chemawa, Or., Jan. a, 1000.
Sealed proposals, lndorssd "Proposals for cows
or horses,'" as the case may be. and aJdres&cd
to the undersigned, at Chemawa, Or., will be
received at this school until 2 o'clock P- M.
of Jap. 31. 1000, for furnishing and deliver
ing at the school twenty mltch cows and two
work horsep. of the following specifications:
All animals must have been born and bred
nortn of the south line of the state of KaneaB.
Milch cows must be good, well-bred, native
American cattle, grade Durham preferred.
Sot under 2 nor over 4 years old. Horses must
a between 5 and S years old. free from blera
lEhes, well broken to harness and matched In
gait, -sound and gentle In every respect, and
weigh not less than loOO pounds each. Al
animals offered will be subject to a rigid In
spection. The rlclu Is reserved to reject any
and all bids, or any part pf any bid, If
deemed for the best Interests of the ervicc.
Certified Checks Each bid must be accom
panied by a certified cheek or draft upon oome
Uhlted States depository or solvent national
bank, made payable to the order of the com
missioner of Indian affairs, for at least five
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 jjufllclent sureties,
otherwise to be returned to the bidder. BUn
accompanied by cash In lieu of a certified
check will not be considered. For any addi
tional information apply to THOS. W. POT
PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED AT THE
pcstbfllce department, in the city of Washing
ton, until 3 o'clock P. M., March 31. 1000. en
the route Hereinafter described. Bidders are
invited to "submit proposals for service on Bald
route under a contract for five yeais, and also
for 10 years, which shall commence op the
1st day of November. 1300. The right Is
reserved to reject all bids. Schedule Route
No. 75, "O. M. S." From San Francltjco, Cal
ifornia, to Sydney., New South Walea, Aus
tralia; touching at Honolulu, Apia or some
other port In the Samoan Is-landa to be desig
nated by the postmaster-'general, and Auk
land, New Zealand, once In three weeks, sev
$nten ttmeD a car, In vessels of the second
class. Time 21 dayB. Bond required with bid
$40,000. Circulars containing copy of the -act,
a description of the route, instructions to bid
ders and blank forms of proposals vlth ac
companying bonus, can be obtained of the su
perintendent of foreign malls, postoffice de
partment, after January 2, 1000. CHARLES
EHORX SMITH, Postmaster-General.
TREASURY DEPART?dENT. WASHINGTON.
D. C, January 10. 1800. Sealed proposals' for
the purchase of .the revenue ateamer Corwln
will be received by Captain D. F. Tozler, R.
C. S., until 12 o'clock M., Saturday. February
10 next. The Corwln Is a ateamer of 213
gross tons, top-sail schooner rig; with Oregon
fir frame and copper and galvanlzed-lron
fastenings; extrejfie, length, 145y. feet; beam
molded, 23 feet; draff, 0 feet 4 Inches forward
and 11 feet 5 Indies aft; has one Inverted
direct - actlpg engine, and one cylindrical
Scotch return tubular boiler, built in 1S80, and
la supplied with sails, awnings, anchors,
chains, boats, eteam windlass, etc. The ves
sel can bs Been at Port Townsend, Wash.,
upon application to eitner Captain Tozler or
her commanding officer, and will be open for
Inspection until the date above named. Pro
posals should be Indorsed on the envelope
"Purcbaee of Revenue Steamer Corwjn," and
addrenjed to CAPTAIN . F. TOZIEJt, R. C.
S., Port Townsend, Wash. (Signed) O. L,
SPAULDING, Assistant Secretary.
NOTICE OF THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
the Stockholders of the Snake River Valley
Railroad Company Nottoe 13 hereby given
that the annual meeting- of the stockholders
of the Snake River Valley Railroad Company
will be held, pursuant to the bj-lawa. on
Monda, the 5th day of Kebruary, 1000, at 12
o'clock noon, at (he office of the .secretary of
the company, room 314 Worcttiter building,
Portland, Or. HENRY F. CONNER.
Dated January 15, 1000. Secretary.
NOTICE OF THE ANNUAL MEETING DP
the Stockholders of the Washington Railroad
Company Notice is hereby given that the an
nual meeting of the stochholdens of the
Wauhinfrton, 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, 1000. at 12 o'clock
noon. HENRY F. CONNER, Secretary.
Dated January 15. IJjOO.
STOCKHOLDERS MEETING-rTHE ANNUAL
meeting of the stockholders of Wolff & Zwlck
er Iron Works will take place at the office of
the company. In Portland, Or., on Saturday,
January 20, 1000. at 5 o'clock P. M.
F. L. ZIMMERMAN, Secretary.
Notice of XliNKOlutioc of Partnership.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNER-..
-thjp The partnership heretofore existing be
tween M. C. Banfleld ana Thomas Rand, do
ing buriness under the name and style of
Banfleld & Rand, Is this day dissolved by mu
tual consent. The business heretofore car
ried on by Banfield & Rund will be continued
by Mr. Banfleld under the name of M. C.
Banfleld & Co., and said M. C. Banfleld &
Co. assume all obligations? of BanflcH & Rand
and will colltct all indebtedness due or owing
to said Banfield & Rand. Dated Portland, Or.s
Jan. 10, 1000. M. C. BANFIELD,
SALE OF BARGES UNDER AND BY VIR
tuo of an order of the county court of the
etate of Oregon for the county of Multnomah,
- duly mode and entered. In the matter of the
ectate of H. B. Borthwlck. deceased, I will on
Monday, the 5th day -of February 1000. at 1
o clock P. M., as adminIs:rator of said estate,
offer for sale at ptibllo auction, for cash, to
the highest bidder, all the right, title and in
terest of said estate In and to the barges
Defender and Columbia. The barge Defender
Is of 205 tons bin den. or thereabouts. Her
length 127 feet, breadth 33 feet, and depth 3
feet, and was duly enrolled at the Port of Port
land. October 4. lfCO. The barge Columbia is
of 302 tore burden, or thereabouts. Her
length is 137 feet, her breadth 35 feet arfd
depth S feet, and was duly enrolled at the
port at FortUnd. October 4. 1SC0. Both ot
aid barges are in good condition and are well
rdapted for carrying cordwood, ties, pjlfa
and lumber of all kinds', and can be Inspected
at reasonable hours at Goble or Portland, Or.,
t.ntll any of rnle. The sale will take place at
Goble, Columbia county, Or., on Monday, Feb
ruary 5. 1000, at 1 o'clock P. M. The terms
of ea!e will be caEh, and all bids will be re
ceived snbJECt to approval of the court. The
rale will bf mads .ubject to all Hens or
claims now existing, or which may hereafter
be filed against cald barges, or either of
them. Said sals covers only, the Interest of
the above-mentioned ertate In and to said
barges, and to each of them.
DAN J. MOORE,
Administrator of the Estate cf H. B.
Paled January 5, 1900.
THE SPALDING.. S. . CQR. PARK AND
Aider ats.. under the management of the
owner, Helen F. Spaldlns moat complete
apartment - house in tat. Northwest; choice
rooms, for gentlemen or gentleman and wife;
furnished housekeeping pulus a specialty.
THE PLEA3ANTON. 2SS THIRD ST. FINE
furnishea roomc, en suite, single or house
keeping; sunlight in all rooms; bath Included;
most reasonable- terms; transient solicited.
THE NEWCASTLE. 6. E. COR. THIRD AND
Harrison sts, Rooms, furnished or unfur
alshed; all modern conveniences; references.
THE GILBERT LARGE. WELL-FURNISHED
rooms; all modern conveniences. Third and
Tayjor sis. entrance. 267 Taylor.
COMFORTABLY FURNISHED LARGE AND
medium-sized rooms, at low rates. The Dewey
Lodgings. 320& Front.
THE QUINCY BLOCK ELEGANT RQQMS;
modern conveniences. J, E. Minard Black,
prop. 346 .First.
THIRD STREET, 180 FRONT AND BACK
rooms, well furnished, suitable for two, $1 tip
GUman Hotel Brick bldg., central: furnished
rooms. $1 per week .and up. First and Alder.
6-R. HOUSE, BARN. ETC., $8.50; COTTAGE,
5 R.. bath, eto... $13. R. G. "Drake, 152 First.
MRS. M. OSVOLD. 221 MORRISON ST.
Nicely furnished rooms; rent reasonable.
NICELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM FOR
rent; cheap to gentleman. 170 13th st.
1C0 1QTH ST. NICELY FURNISHED FRONT
room, heat, gas. bath, running water.
PLAZA HOTEL. 207 THIRD ROOMS, 25p TO
$1 per night; $1.50 to $3 'per week."
Rooma With Board.
THE VENDOME FAMILY HOTEL ELE
gantly furnished rooms, Including steam heat
and baths without e-tra charge; the table Is
the very best; prices for room and board, $1 a
day and upwards; first-clas 'trade solicited.
Cor. 13th and Alder sis. i
PORTLAND WOMEN'S UNION; 12TR TSAlf.
rooms with board; enameled bath tutu: us
of llbrarj: Woman's Exchange; Industrial
school. Address Mrs. E. .. Geurge. superin
tendent. 510 Flanders street.
TWO NICE FRONT ROOMS WITH BOARD
and bath: terms reasonable. Mrs. Woolley,
321 Wtet Park.
324 SALMON. NEAR SIXTH-NICELY FUR
nfehed room, with gas, heat,- bath, and board,
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOM, AND
board, for two, 16; students preferred. 18"
FIRST - CLASS ROOMS, WITH BOARD;
ohone and bath; private family. 330 Fifth.
NICELY FURNISHED, SUNNY ROOM. WITH
board. 141 Wpt Park. ,
FOR RENT NICELY FURNISHED HOUSE
keeplng rooms; every convenience; reason
able. 205 Montgomery st., cor. Fifth.
4S5 ALDER FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING;
also other rooms; first ant: Jsecond floor; bath,
telephone; desirable location.
175 1LTH ST. NEWLY" FURNISHED. IN
suites of two and three rooms; entire house
to chevee from; no children.
372 FIRST ST. FOUR ELEGANT BAY-WIN-dow
furnished housekeeping rooms, $12; re
spectable people only.
413 MAIN. COR 11TH FINELY FURNISHED
parlor and kitchen; telephone, bath; no chil
dren. THREE FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
rooms, with both; reference. 431 Everett ot.
3SS JEFFERSON Famished flat, 4 rooms; 8
unfurnished rooms; other rooms; references.
FOR RENT TWO ROOMS. SUITABLE FOR
light housekeeping. 770 Commercial et.
3-ROOM FLAT. WITH BATH, IN THE SEVIL
la. Inquire 210 Third st.
FOR RENT THE LARGE AND VERY DE
slrable 16-room family boarding-house and
grounds, 21C 13th st., formerly occupied by
Mrs, Percy, and the 6-room cottage adjoin
ing. Atkinson, Wakefield & Co., 227 Stork ot.
FOR RENT CORNER HOUSE. 17TH AND
Johnson, with all modern Improvements: 0,
room, inijuire or a. u, siitsJnDacn, jourtn
S-ROOM HOUSE; BARN. LARGE YARD;
moJern; on Third-street car line; cheap to
good tenant. Inquire 123 Gaines st.
FOR RENT G-ROOM COTTAGE, ON EVER
ett et., near 22d. Apply N. W. cor. 22d and
Washington. Reasonable rent.
FOR RENT MODERN G-ROOM COTTAGE,
15th and Belmont. A. T. Webb, owner.
$12 PER MONTH; 4-ROOM COTTAGE. ALL
nicely furnished, complete for housekeeping;
200 East 37th et.. near Taylpr.
Hottn'-n for Kent Kuriifrnrt for Snle.
LOOK THESE BARGAINS OVER-37 ROOMS,
elegant furniture, steam heat; best location In
city, pajing big. 22 reome, good furniture,
on Washington St.; a good buy. 12-rcom flat
on Washington et., fumjture nearly new; a
bargain. 10-room houss, new furniture, rooms
all -fall, several boardere, cheap rent. Nice
10-room house, sell carpets and port furni
ture; Ave m.nutcn' walk from postoffice. Have
several other good buys. Don't buy until you
see mo. C. E. Bennett. 127 Fourth st.
FINE 10-ROOM HOUSE, EXTRA GOOD Lo
cation, large grcSunds, nicely furnished, one
floor pays rent, light, etc., for vhole; price
rurntture, w-o; rent, so. Also, near Hotel
Portland. 13 rooms, well furnished, rooms al
ways rented; $050. The choicest boarding
and rooming-house In city. 16 looms, large
grounds, clearing over ?2 a month; $1000.
Also that corner brick, 00 rooms, furnished
new 15 months ago, low rent; S1400, one-half
cash. Many others. Collins.. 270 (Washing
FOR RENT-ALL OR A PART OF THE OS
borne brick warehouse, 70x200 feet, with
trackage facilities. l"(h and Vaughn strata.
Inqiilfo t 235 Pino atr"t. rnr Second.
mi a i i II i nil I H m r i w pb
27 women wanted suffering frcm Irregular, pain
ful or etoppa&e of periods; leucorrhoea
(whites), and "all complicated diseases pertain
ing to changes of life, cured by old Dr. Kes
ler. cor. Second and Yan.hill sts. 320 women
called last month. Consultation free, and pri
vate rooms for ladles. If can't call, write,
Inclosing 10 2c stamps. Hundreds trealett at
home by his pew system.
MME. AWARDS, THE GREAT ST. LOUIS
inspiration medium: unites the eparateJ,
brings on speedy marriages tothe-One of 'your
choice; results of law suit "and buslnec.' -accurately
told; satisfaction guaranteed. 170
Third st., upstairs, room 1. Hours: 9 A. M.
to 8 P. M dally and Sunday. Feo3. 50c.
MARRIED LADIES, WHY WORRY OR
dread certain periods? Our tablets are safe,
sure and promrt; no failures; convincing
samples. 50 cents. California fedlclne Co.,
400 Clay street, San Fhinclsco. '
WE PRINT 30 PIN'E VISITING CARDS 25c,
50 35c. 100 50c; sent postpaid; 150 tickets
$1.20, 200 programmes ?1.2S, 100 Invitations
$1.50. Brown & Schmale, Printers, 220 First
jt., Portland, Or.
sponged and delivered every v.cek, $1 a month.
Also steam cleaning, dyeing and repairing.
Unique Tailoring Co., 34T vash!ngton. Phones.
ILLQND'S PREVENTATIVE CONES, THE
greatest of all antiseptics, sent sealed, per
bos. $1.50 and 10c for sample and particulars.
Illond Chu. Co., Portland, Or. P. O. box 074.
Wrinkles and all facial hlemlshes removed by
elstStrlelty. cup. roller and sponge. Lewis big.
REOPENED The Francis; rooming-house, for.
merly The Snqwden batnnouse, 129 Fourth.
SELECT MASSAGE AND MAGNETIC: LADY
from Jsan Francisco. Parlor 20. 268 Stark st.
Otto Kllngbsll. mngnetlc healer, 307 East Sixth
st., treats any sickness. Ore. phone Scott 603.
Mrs. Dr. McCoy, electric treatments. La Porte,
houss, cor. Third and Yamhill sts,, room-li.
CLOTHES MENDED FOR H DIES' AND GEN
tlemen. Apply at room 45 Labbe building-.
GRAND RONDE INDIAN SHOPPING BAS
keis. Raj.. 121 13th, cor. Washington.
Carlotta's Dreijm SuppreHor'es for ladles; anti
septic; harmless; sure. 722 Marquarn.
DOUBTFUL DEBTS COLLECTED,
where. 518 Chamber of Commerce.
FOR MASSAGE. EATHS. CALL AT 313
Wpoblngtrn street, rwm 3SV
MODERN COTTAGE, CENTRALLY LOCAT-
ed. Address A. 64, care -Oregonian.
Aprrfcnliurnl Implements. Machinery.
RUSSELL & CO ENGINES, BOILERS, SAW
mills, thresh ersj horse-powers. 324 Beimout.
JOHN POQLE; Newton wagons, buggies, wind
mills, pumps, machinery. Foot Morrison st.
Art Goodit nntl Plctnrc Frames.
BERNSTEIN'S ART STORE, "307 WASHING
tori st.; great clearance sale: special bargains.
Ansayera and Analysts.
J. H. FISK, MINERAL A3SAYER AND
chemist: gold dust bought. 204 Washington.
PAUL BAUMEL. ASSAYER AND ANALYST.
Gold dust bought. 22S Stark st.
H. K. SARGENT.: general practice, collections.
Phone Hood 832. 71S Chamber of Commerce.
EMMONS & EMMONS. Attorneys-at-Law. e23
C25 Chamber of Commerce. Both phones 47S.
PAXTON. BEACH & SIMON. ATTORNEYB
atrlaw, 510 Chamber of Com.. Portland, Or.
U. S. Bakery. Matschlner Bros., props.; breads,
cakes, pies, pastry and crackers. 101 N. 14th,
HOWARD'S BARBER SHOP: FINEST BRAND
cigars; 0 expert workmen. b0 Alder at.
Barbers' Supply "Honar.
G. N. W. WILSON CO.. BARBERS' sup
plies. 80 Sixth st. Oregon phone Black 2900.
' Snth"i7 .
DEKUM Bathrooms.; popular baths, massape,
electricity. 714-15-16 Dekum. Phone Red 2M5
New and second-hand school and other books.
203 Morrison st.. between First and Front.
; Bovlinj; Alleys.
THE BROWN BOWLING ALLEY. FOR LA
dieb and gentlemen. 248 Grand ave,
Beautify and regulate your features; scientific
methods. Madame Steele, 722 Marquam.
METAL SKYLIGHTS. GALVANIZED IRON
cornices. J. C. Bayer.- 205 Second street.
WASHINGTON CREAMERY: PURE BUTTLR.
cream; bakery goods. Both phones. G. G.
Mager. 420 Washington.
Dr. Blng Chong. 101 2d St.; Chinese root medi
cines cure alt diseases. Examination 'free.
WM. DEVENY & MAUD DEVENY. THE
only scientific chiropodists, room 301 Alisky
bldg.. 3d and Morrison. Oreg. phone Grant Id.
L. MITCHELL. PAINLESS CHIROPODIST. Of
fice ieo 5th St.. opp. postofljee. Tel. Hood 014.
Mis Dart, chiropody and manicuring, room 50
Union block. 1st and Stark. 9 A. M. to 5 Pl M.
HERMAN METZGER, PURCHASER OF
hides, pelts, furs, wool, mohair, tallow, old
rubber and old metal, and general coramislon
merchant. Front St., near Main. Porcand. Or.
Cash advances on consignments.
TAYLOR. YOUNG & CO.. SHIP BROKERS
and commission merchants. Sherlock building.
ALLEN & LEWIS. COMMISSION AND PRO
duce merchants. Front & D ats.. Portland, Or.
EVERDING & FRRELL. 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 T. O'CONNOR. D. M. D.. 602 MAR
quam building, Morrison st., bst. 0th and 7th.
DR. C B. BKOWN: tel. Ore. Red 2840:
White 634. 514-lp-16 Dekum building.
DR. FRANK I. BALL. DENTIST. ROOM 4K
Dekum building. Phcae Brown 4D4.
WOODARD. CLA.RKE & CO.,
Cor. Fourth and Washington sts.
MRS. SADIE A. McKIBBSN. MODISTE; FINE
evening and street costumes a specialty. Tel.
Scott 701.. 372 East Morrison.
E. L. KEEFFE, LATE OF CHICAGO: STREET
and evening costumes; furs remodeled. 333 3d.
MISSE. MCDONALD: FASHIONABLE DRES3
maklng: fit guaranteed. 027 Washington.
Dyving: and Cleaning;.
H. W. TURNER. PROFESSIONAL DYER AND
cleaner, 301 17th. Telephone Red 131.
PORTLAND BUSINESS COLLEGE. Fifth and
Yamhill; A. P. Armstrong. Prln.. J. A. Wescc.
Sec. Open all the jear. Students admitted ai
any time. Catalogue free.
HOLMES' ENGLISH AND BUSINESS col
lege, 414 Yamhill at. English course: com
mercial and shorthand courses. Send for cat
alogue. Spanish lessons; Mrs. Wm. Webb Robinson, nee
B. McDonald. Selllng-HIrech bldg.. rocm 53.
ALL ENGLISH BRANCHES TAUGHT: teach--ep
prepared for examination.' 351 Yamhill.
DR. SCHRAMECK'S ELECTRIC BELTS ARE
the best; examine $5 belto. 270 Front et.
PORTLAND ELECTRICAL WORKS. 302
Wash. All kinds electrical supplies and repairs.
Fence and Wire Vorlr.
PORTLAND WIRE & IRON WORKS: WIRE
and Iron fencing; oftka railing, etc 334 Alder.
OLD EAST PORTLAND FENCE AND WIRE
Works; A. Cartoon; 2S9 East Morrison ot.
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. WJIOLE
sale sadJlers and harness manufacturers,
leather and saddlery hardware. 72 Front st.
Hotel Vlllard; newly remodeled and refurnish
ed; modern. J. E. Munsey, prop. 575 N. Front.
HAMBURG - BREMEN FIRE INS. CO.. 102
First st. Boyd & Arnola, General Agents.
Iron Fonndcra and Machinists.
Smith & Watson Iron Works; engines and boil
ers; logging engines a specialty; quartz and
eaw mills; misc. machinery. Front and Hall.
WlllBmett'c Iron & Steel 'Works: James Lotan.
mgr.; iron-wcrkers, steamboat bldrs. Portland.
BEGIN THE NEW YEAR ARIGHT; HAVE
the Model Laundry do your tfork.
J. A. REID, mfr boot and shoe uppers, full
stock shoeniakerV supplies. 207 Washington st.
NEW DEVICE FOR SAVING WIRE CABLE
on logging engines. E. Turney. 507 E. Oak et.
JUnjrnetie and Electric dtaisae.
MRS. ABB1E C. FRENCH CURES NERVOUS
women w.thout drugs. CC Lewis building.
'THE SNOWDEN" BATHROOMS REOPENED
at 131. Fourth 3t.; formerly "The Nelson";
tub and vapor baths and massage, rhor.a
MRS. EHL. GP-ADUATE MIDWIFE,
North 14th st. Telephone West C07.
ICembtcr viola for eale: vtolln, viola and cornet
leseior-n; music furnished. Emtl ThlPlhorn, M.
T S. Orchestra. 2C9 Jefferson. Tel. West 1004.
Lessons. 50c: piano, guitar, banjo, mandolin. vl&-
lie, Instruments for sale. Mrs. Martin, 104 1st. f
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 uuartc claims of jrreat
promise. Only a small amount of stock Is en
the market, at a low price and easy terms, as
a large per cent Is held as treasury stoack fcr
the benefit of every share. E. A. Clem & Co.,
515. 516 Oregonian building. Portland. Or.
The greatest gold camp In North America.
1':ert.,r.f RIfc Ifkv Ohio. 20e: D!ndm 10c. i
Northern Light. 5c. Developed, and undevel- I
oped claims ror sale. w can giv you tne
most reliable Investment In mines. Dawson
McDowell Co.. 41 Sherlock bldg.. Portland, Or.
MONTANA METALLURGICAL WORKS. IN
corporated. Saiarllng and assaying; small lots
of high-grade ores bought: gold and stiver re
fined; mint rates allowed for gold; charges,
ores, alloys, etc.. gold $1 50, silver $1.50. gold
and silver ?2. lead 41.50, copper $1.50. zinc
$2.50, Iron $1.50, retorting amalgam $1.50.
S. Chase. President; J. T. Gove, Manager.
32 First st., Portland.
TATUM & BOWEN. 20 TO 35 FIRST ST.;
mining. fcawmlU. wood - working machinery;
pumps; Hoe saws.
DR. PAUL CROMWELL. THE GREAT COL
ored specialist of all kinds of diseases ot both
men and .women. Every disease of the human
body. Eyes, ears, consumpt'"'. asthma, ca
tarrh, cancer, w.eps and ait other chronic di
tstKs positively cured. The doctor can be
eeen. at ids new; sanitarium, 17 Green ave.,
23d and Washington.
GREEK RHEUMATIC SPECIFIC IS GUAR
unteed to positively cure my and all forms of
rheumatism, acute or chronic, very cjuickly,
or money refunded. Imported directly from
Greece, and can be had only from L. T. Lewis.
252 Washington st.. Portland, Or.
IjR FLOR BROWN MAtJs3 PKClAx.i f
of asthma and diseases of women and children.
Consultation and dJahos'Is free." 517-18 Ths
Dekum. Portland. Or.
Hlnrble and Granite oy5zs.
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS: marble, gran
ite and atone work. Schar.en & Neu. 2I!S 1st.
W. ALLARD ROGERS. D. O. OF A. S. O.. THE
Portland Institute of Osteopathy, Mirquaiu
buildmj.' Hours. 3 to 12 and 2"to 5. except Sun
days. Inv estigatipn respectfully solicstd. Con
OREGON INFIRMARY OF OSTEOPATHY:
under the management of L. B. Smith. D. O.
Suite C0 Oregonian building. Examination
free. Laoy osteopath.
DR8. NORVHRUP & ALKIRE. oeopath!sts.
rooms 415-1C-I7 Dekutn block. Oregon phone
Main 349. exultation and examination Irre.
Otvitoji 'Vlnvl Company.
Lewis bldg.. Park and Morrison. Frt'e Health
lectures to women Thursday, at 2:20 P. M.
Miss Marie White, scientific palim?:, reads pas:
and future correctly. Lewis b'dg., room (IS.
T. J. GETSLER. C10-611 CHAMBER OF COM.
Registered attorney U. S. patent olllee.
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.
Ushed 1$60. 227 Stark sL
& CO.; ESTAB-
HOME FOR THE SICK; MRS. ELLEN TOUT,
nurse; confinement esses a specialty. 255 Fifth.
Saw 31iH Machinery.
Christenson-McMaster Machinery Co.: new anil
second-hand machinery. E-WatprA-K Tpn.
We buy everything clothing, furniture etc. .Calt
Or address 52 Third st. Telephone Hood 6iJ5.
Showcases nntl Store Klictnres.
& CO.. FRONT AND
MRS. WALLACE, RELIABLE CLAIRVOYANT
and psjchtc life-reader; consult her on btisl-
np nffnlri Ioi tnuihlps &hnt friends.
good advice on mines, reading dally. 50c ana J
up. 187 First street, otace 7 ana 8.
LARSEN. THE PALMIST. WILL TELL THE
year when all leading events In life take place;
past and future readings, 50c. 2a5 First st.
MRS. J. A. SMITH. MEDIUM AND MAGNET
IC healer, card reader; ores read and ralnco
located. Room S. 22S Washington.
MRS. C. CORNELIUS. TEST MEDIUM; SIT
tlngs dally. Allsky bids.. Third and Morrison.
MRS. STEVENS. Psychic. Inspiration writings,
25c. Slttlngo dally, 50c up. 342 First st.
ASTROLOGY, reliable delineations also taught.
9 to 0. L. K. Adams, S3 Park.
MRS; WESTLAKE. 350 MORRISON, PAR
lors 34 and 35 Phone Main 757.
OVERLAND STORAGE WAREHOUSE.
Fourth and Davis. Merchandise a specialty.
Insurance rates low; storage rates reasonable.
Cireful attention glveri to country cuns.ga
ments. Tel. Or. Main 777: Columbia 67C
Storage anil Transfer.
SAFES. PIANOS. FURNrTURE MOVED AND
packed for shipping. C M. Olsen. 123 First.
Tet. office. Main 1037: Black 801.
STORAGE AT LOW RATES CAN KD HAD
at Fred Blckel's storehouse. 31 North Front-
Transfer and Stnrasre.
PIANOS AND FURNITURE MOVED. A. I.
Murphy. First and Tayloij. Phona Black 2SS3.
G. W. Vaughn. V. S.; all diseases;
tenticn horses' teeth. TeL Hood 72
!. 122 5th.
ALLEN & LEWIS. WHOLESALE! GROCERS,
cor. N. Front and Davis sts.. Portland. Or.
WOODARD. CLARKE & CO.. WHOL.K3AL3
druggists. cOrnrr Fourth and Washington.
Wines and Lienors.
Fine wines, liquors and ctears: free lunch;
everything first class. Tom Parkins. 328 Front.
'WILLIAM TXLL, SALOON: CHOICE WIN,ES
- and liquors fine lunch: beir. 5c 21I Alder.
Wood and Coal.
DRY WOOD: FIR. OAK; LONG OR SAWED.
Nlckum, 312 Water st. Both phones.
WANTED YOUNG MAN , ROOM - 3fA,TB:
room ard beard, Jfl5 per month; centrally lo
cated. -C U), care Orcsonlan-
'-- AJ-XJ JlvH.10r V.A XV. -li C.'WV.XX.tV!. .
frr 20 acres, near a.couvcr, ana cash, c J
Gl, care Orcgcnian.
WANTED TWO SECOND - HAND SHOW
cases and coffee mill, for grocer. Cor. Fifth
WANTED GC-OD HOME
child; references exchanged,
Y e3, care Ore-
WANT TO BUT ROOMING-HOUSE. 10 TO 16
rooms. C. E. Bennett. 127 Fourth ot.
BEST PRICES PAID FOR HOUSEHOLD FUR
nlture. 383 Sixth Phone Brown C02.
GOOD BOARDING-HOUSE: MUST BE CHEAP
fir ch. 220 Ablngton building.
LOST AND FOUND.
lost Wednesday morning, etb-
glassee. between Dlxan (East Side) and Front
and Burnalde. Flndei please advise phone
Main 4CS or Pink 41. dnd owner will call for
LOSl GOLD- STICK-PIN. WITH DIAMOND
eoltlng. Leave sanre at Orcconlan-offlcej and
receive reward of more than value of pliK
LOST HEART - SHAPED GOLD LOCKET,
with small diamond, bearing Initials. "N. G."
Return to 770 Marshall. Reward.
LFOR SALE AN ESTABLISHED. US-TO-
date. biff money-maiung dry goods. lotntag
and shoe busineeo; etock. $15,060. dean
t&roughout (co- eld chestnuts). This la an ex
ceptional opportunity to ttep into a line-paying
business, as the eweer u retiring; oh. ac
count of 111 health; iU ?S0.uQO ammaUy,
atrlctly cash; books oen tor Inapeotfon to
parties who can prove that they mean busi
ness; Job-lot hunters need not apply here.
Terms caah. Apply to f O. box SW. Walla
I FOR SALE A WSLL-,STQCKKD MKRCHXn-
Uisc store m usenuaie. ur.. m tne- mart oc
Southern Oregon mine, amount of stock.
$SCO0, store building 30 by 73. price of lot
and building. $1500. if elerfrous. w sell
stock and rnt building, annual sates. $29,030.
reason for selling, wish to ngage In milling;
terms cash. Call on er address J. L. Dewey,
FOR SALE TWO STOCKS OF MERCHAN
dlsc; a $15 GOO steek of dry goods, and a
"JiOTO ptoclc cf groceries. Both houees doing
paying business., books open for inspection.
Reason for eelllng. we are going te embark In
the who'esalc business. Address Murphy &
Stuehell. Baker City Or.
$600 FRUIT, CIGARS. TOBACCO. CQNFBC
tlonery. old stand, large stock, good fixtures.
Z rooms back. Also old-established grocery
and bakery stock, fixtures, oven, team; about
S1000, making money, owner In pcor health.
Collins. 270 Washington st.
WANTED PARTNER WITH SMALL CAPI-
' tal; lady or gentleman; a flrst-ctess ppopoat-
tlon for small Investment. Reom 35, 200
Morrioon st.. PcrtlaM, between 1 awi 3
FOR SALE MY STOCK OF MILLINERY AND
fixtures, have a good, established trade; a
good opening for a soo-1 mltl!cr. Address, fcr
parycuiais. Mr M McKenrle. Asterl. r
WANTED PARTNER WITH $10,680 TO $20.-
- rev realty cen iot exceptionally pro(abl.e
bu&lne's. advertiser old residewter. Addreecs
T.. room 16 I. O. O. F. Tmpte. Portland.
FOR SALE DRUG STORE; LONG KSTAB
JJohed; good business: at one-half the price,
on account of steknass. Addctu X 88, car
FOR SALE GOOD-PAYING WHOLESALE
fruit and px!ce business, good local ami
good trade Ad?rqg P li, car Oregontaa.
ONE OR TWO STOREROOMS' FOR MSNT;
entire stock general merchandise for sate, or
any part. 232-231 Rusaell street.
FOR SALF BUTCHER SHOP. ALL NECXS
sary appliances; In gcod. thriving country
town. F 64, care Oregonlan-
FOR SALE NO I STOCK OF SRQClUttl'S;
cheap rent; fine location, none- ettr. yd
dresa C 08, are Oregonian.
CONFECTIONERY. CIGARS AND TOBACCO;
hcuee. with two living rooms; w sale at
Kurlflo. 431 Morrison.
OLD-ESTBUSHED BUSINESS; INYOICKS
about $20,000, want to retire from buefcMoa.
B 53. Oregonian.
A FREE-MILLING GOLD CLAIMl 3 MILKS
from Sumpter, for sale at a low rtgnte. t SO.
FOR SALE FRUIT AND CONFECTI0STOIY.
with nmall stock of groceries. Cal) at 150
FOR SALE ONE OF THE BEST - PAYING
hotels in Oregon City. Wm. Cttatwet), Oregon
FOR SAL&-CONFECTIONBRY STORE; N3CE
location; doing good btts-ineee. 297 Morrison
Old-established butf!ne; Invoices about $24(600;
want to retire frm bwsireos. Q 87. OregeiMftn.
Exceptional business opportunity, bright, enr
getlc woman. 70 LewlB building. 1 to 3 . M.
62-ROOM HOTEL; KITCHXN. DINTNG-SOOM,
ome. stre. a barswm K J7. Oregonten.
WRITE ME: I'll loan you money on your furni
ture, privately; lov rate. S 43. Oregonian.
Money loaned on chattels and real property, rea
sonable. 612 Commercial bldg.. 2d and Wash.
CHATTEL LOANS ON GOOD SKCURITY;
low rates; private party 319 Allsky building.
Loans en blades, planes, and personal proper
ty. W. A. Hathaway, room 1U Was. MHr.
Stato fund? loaned at 6 por cant. W. S. Thomas,
State Agt. for Mult. Co.. 40 Chamber of Com.
LOANS WITHOUT PUBLICITY ON FURNI
rur?. pianos, salaries, etc. Can be paid la
Installments, reducing interest. Rates lower
thun the lowest. F W. Graved, Mgr.. 'Jbi
AIdr. near 4th. ground floor. Tel. Qraea 441.
$200,000 TO LOAN AT,. 5. 0. 7 PKR CENT.
City and s-iburcan property for sale and nt.
Agent for We jtche ter Klre Insurance Co. Wm.
G. Beck. 321 SJorrtson st.
MONEY TO LON IN SUMS FROM $23 TO
JH!V, on all classes of seeurtty. Rv I. ETckjr
con Co. rocm 2 Washington bulMtnjr.
MONEY LOANED en suaurban ral estate, or
good security of all kinds. In sums to suit. W.
H. Nunn 311 Macleay bid Phone Main 822
ONE TO FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS TO
loan; realty security, 7 per eent. 228 ATWrs
MONEY TO LOAN
HARTMAN, THOMPSON ProVEHS,
3 Chamber of Commerce.
LIFE INSURANCE POLICIES BOUGHT FOR.
cash or taken as security for term leant.
Eugene D. White & Co.. 420 Commercial k.
MONEY TO LOAN on any good security; strict
ly private. Call "Mann."" G04 Dekum building.
MONEY TO LON on furniture or good securi
ties. S. W. King, ream 45 Washington TsMg.
LOANS on rfa! tersonal. chattel or talnry se
curity. C. W. Pallett 15 Commercial block.
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY
109 THIRD STRKET.
Money to loan on mongjge.
A general truot na agency bulneB transected.
Bi-J. I. t-OHEN PttuMent
a.. L. PITIOCK.. A. S. NICHOLd....VIo-r.
E. J. AL'ISIOC.. J. O. GOLxRA....3ecrtaitHa
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF lOIfBLAND, OR.
Designated Depositary una Mnanctsl Agent ot
the United btatas.
President H. W. CORBETT
Casnier , G. E. WITHiNGTON
Assistant i ashler...... ..J. W. MtwTClR.C
becutid Assistant Cashier. .W. C. ALVOKD
Letu'ra of credi issued, available In l&irepo
ana t.ie Eastern urates.
Sight exchunge and telegraphic transfers sold
on isaw vorK, Boston, Chicago, St. Louis, St.
Paul. Omaha, u Francisco and the principal
point In tne Nortnnest.
Sight and time bills drawn In sums (o sutc oa
London. ParU. Berlin, Frankfort-on-ihe-Mufa.
liong Kong, Yokonamu. CopentMiwa. ChridttatUo,
Stockholm. Su Petersburg. Moscow, Zurich, Hou
oiuia. collections made on favorahle terms.
LaDD &. TILTON. BANKERS-
ESTABLISHBIJ IN 1850.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Interest allowed on time deposit.
Collections made at all points oa favorabta
terms. Letters of credit issued available Hi Eu
rope and the Eastern states.
aight Exchange and Telegraphic Transferaaold
on New York. Washington, Chicago, St. Louta,
Denver. Omaha, fcan frranclsco and various petou
In Oregon. Washington, idaho, Moatana and
Exchange sold oa London. Parte. Bertta.
Frankfort and Hong Kong.
VV.ELLS. FARGO & CO. BANK
CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 56,Meo
JOHN J. VALENTINE PKZ6lWSSii!
HOMER S. KING MANAtWgK
R. M. DOOLEY ..CASHIER
11. G. HANLEY ASSISTANT CA&KMCit
ameral BanklnK Business transacted. Rx-
f change sold, and Letters of Credit Issued, avail
1 able m all paru of the world.
Tf. T , .T?-
otrHwi i;?J-ix:H?LJ i:irT
J. FRANK WATSON PresWent
R. L. DURHAM , , Vice-Punk:
R. W. HOIT - Cawjwr
GEO W. HOIT A9rtstnt CUeNto;
TRANSVCTS A. GENERAL BANKING
Intereat paid on time deposits.
Drafts and la'ters of credit hasued, available ia
alt parts of the world.
Collections a specialty Gold duet bought.
LONDON AND SAN FRANCISCO BANK
LIMITED. CAPITAL PAID UP -.., ,$2,.krS0
Head Office. 73 Lombard sireet. !.a.i.ut.
This bank transacts t general banking tfti. ex
change business; makes tearw. discount cia and
issues commnrclat and travelers (.'tests', avifll
able In any city in the world. .
Chamber of Commerce building. Third and
Stark streets. W. MACKINTOSH!. Mansser.
THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK
Transacts a General Banking Etasiuem.
Drafts Issued available tn all cities of the
United States and Europe.
President TYLER WOODWARD
Vlce-Presidtnt JACOB JCAMM
Cashier F. C MILLER
BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA-PAID-UP
Road Office. 60 Lombard sireet.. LansSow.
Cbm'l block. 244 Wahingtn st.. Portland.
R- LEA BARNES. Maaasor.