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THE MOANING OKEGONIAN, SATUEDAY, MARCH 3, 1900.
CLASSIFIED AD. RATES
"Rooms." "Rooms and Board." "Housekeep
ing Rooms," "Situations "Wanted," 15 words or
lese, 15 cents; 1C to 20 wo-ds, 20 cents: 21 to 23
word. 25 cents, etc. No discount for additional
UNDER ALL OTHER HEADS except "New
Today." 30 cents fcr 15 words or less; 16 to 20
words, 40 cents; 21 to 25 words. 60 cents, etc
first Insertion. Each additional Insertion, ot.e
balf : no further discount under one month.
"NEW TODAT" (sauce measure agate). 13
cents per line. first Insertion: 10 cents per line
tor each additional Insertion.
Great Success! Crowded to the Doors!
THE FRAWLEY COMPANY.
THE FRAWLEY COMPANY.
THE FRAWLEY COMPANY.
THE FRAWLEY COMPANY.
Tonight, tomorrow night. Saturday Matinee
and Saturday evening. "THE COUNTESS
PRICES Lower floor, 75c; balcony, 50c; gal
Sunday night. "Madame Sans Gene."
Immense Success! Crowded Houses!
METROPOLITAN THEATER COMPANY.
In the Great Four-Act Military Drama,
"RED, WHITE AND BLUE."
"RED. "WHITE AND BLUE."
"RED. WHITE AND BLUE."
"RED. WHITE AND BLUE."
"RED. WHITE AND BLUE."
Fifty Special People New Scenery.
MATINEES SATURDAY AND SUNDAY.
POPULAR PRICES Evenings, 15c, 25c. 35c,
50c Matinees, .15c and 25c
MIRZA COUNCIL. NO. 521. KNIGHTS AND
LADIES OF SECURITY. A special meeting of
this Council will be held at their hall on Sun
day. March 4, 1000. at 1 P. M.. for the purpose
of .attending the funeral of our late sister. Lady
B. Luella Araeplger. All members of the order
ere earnestly requested to attend.
GEO. S. H. JACKSON. Sec
ALBINA LODGE. ?JO. 101. A. F. A
A. M. Stated communication this
Saturday) evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Work in M. M. Degree. All M. M.
cordially invited. By order W. M.
A. J. HANDLAN. Sec
TRENAE TEMPLE. NO. 20. R. S. Regular
meeting this (Saturday) evening at S o'clock. In
Elks' hall. -Work.
B. WEMPLE, M. of R. & C
WASHINGTON CHAPTER. NO. IS. R. A. M.
special convocation this (Saturday) evening.
March" 3. at 7:ZO o'clock. Masonic Hall. Burk
hard building. Mark Master Degree. By order
E. H. P.
"M. .E. B. A.. NO. 41. Regular meeting this
evening at $ o'clock. A full attendance desired.
J. W. COLLYER. Sec "
PORTLAND CHAPTER, NO. 3.
R- A. M. Special convocation this
(Saturday) evening at 7:30. Work
P. M. and M. E. M. Degrees. Vis
JOHN DEMPSEY. H. P.
WOODMEN. ATTENTION! Members of Web
loot Camp. Ko. G3. W. O. W.. are requested to
neet at Woodmen'o Hall. cor. 10th and Was?h
.ngton sts.. on Sunday. March 4. at 1 o'clock
P. M.. to attond the funeral of -our late neigh
bor, Martin Hansen. Sister camp and circles
are cordially Invited to participate.
DR. N. J. TAYLOR, Consul Com.
A. L. FINLEY. Clerk.
HANSEN Martin Hansen, husband of Nellie
Hansen, died at hie home Thursday -morning.
March 1. Funeral will take place from Wood
men's Hall. 10th and Washington. Sundaj,
March 4, at 1:30 P. M.
EDWARD HOLMAN, Undertaker, 4fh
and Yamhill sts. Hcna Sllnson, lady
assistant. Both phones No. HOT,
J. P. FIXLEY & SOX, Undertakers.
Xady AssUtaat. 275 Third st. Tel. !.
F. S. DUXXIXG, Undertaker. 414 East
Aider. Lady Assistant. Both phones.
"l HOLESALE "PRICES
Oregon ranch eggs, 2 dozen . .25c
Best full-weight Oregon creamery, butter.
.............................. ..iOc and 55c
California butter .. ..... ......... .40c .and 45c
" Dairy butter". - .'.,.. ,30c and tfcc
Eastern eggs ....10c
Eastern hams -12 Vic
Picnic hams ic
Rock Candy Drip. 1-gal. pall 45c
Java coffee .....10c
00c tea 35c,
All goods retailed at wholesale prices.
LA GRANDE CREAMERY CO.. 204 Yamhill.
riNEST DISPLAY IN THE CITY CHICK-,
ens, turkeys, geese, game, fruit and fresn
vegetables, at wholesale prices.
Hams, best 12 c
Eggs, fresh Oregon 12
Cheese, Oregon 12 c
Codfish. Eastern 8 c
Apples, per bos $1.00
Potatoes, Burbanks, per sack 85 -c
East Side delivery a. .specialty.
PACD7IC MARKET iz GROCERY .CO.,
Wholesale Commission, 149 First.
Tel. Grant 7C1.
EGGS. EGGS. EGGS
Fresh ranch, 2 dozen , 25c
S Potatoes. Burbank, per sack 75c
Good Valley flour , 70c
Salmon bellies, per pound Ss
Salt .salmon, per pound.................. 7c
Alaska herring, per dozen 15c
Anchovies, per pound 10c
Costa Rica coffee, 2 pounds 23c
Try our Royal Mocha and Java coffee.
per pound 25c
FIELD. CAMPBELL & CO..
Successors to Bergman's Cash Store.
Both phones. 373-375 E. Morrison et.
HEWITT BUTTER. VERY BEST, FULL
welght new-grass butter. 50c; nice, sweet
new-grass butter, 40c square. These are ex
ceptional values In butter. 3 dozen fresh
ranch eggs. 35c; 10 lbs. nice, clean rolled
oats, 25c; 10 lbs. granulated sugar. $1; ir-;b.
box fresh soda crackers, 55c; oranges, sweet,
seedless. 10c 15c and 20c dozen, according
to size; Sicily lemons, only 15c dozen. 180
Third, near YamhllL
FLOUR. PER SACK. 65c; 2-GALLON PAIL
cyrup. C5c; table peaches, pears and apricots,
15c per can: 3-lb. package washing oowder.
15c At McKlnnon Grocery Co.. 173 Tiilrd et.
FOR, SALE REAL ESTATE.
EAST SIDE HOME CORNER LOT AND
house of 9 large, well-arrarged rooms, strictly
modern, close in; durable neighborhood, and
an opportunity to get an Inside home for
very little money. Easy terms. W. H. Grind
staff, 24C Stark.
$3000 A 12-ROOM HOUSE AND 4-ROOM
brick basement. V block, barn, fruit and shade
trees, in Brooklyn. E. Side; a nobby house and
place. A. Matteson. 1S3 Madison ct.
4f00 BUSINESS PROPERTY. ALBINA;
fine brick Improvement; paying over 10 per
cent net; owner got Nome fever. Hart Lard
Co.. room 7 Sherlock bulldirg.
TWO BARGAINS. WES'" SIDE RESIDENCE
property, well located; J-room house; $3200.
7 rooms and 3Sxl00. lot. $3000. Davidson.
Ward z Co.. 272 Stark et.
$100 WILL BUY GOOD LOT IN' LINCOLN
Park. $700? lots near Clinton Kelly School.
on Powell st. Miller. 305 Chamber of Com.
TWO BARGAINS. WEST SIDE HOMES; DE
oirable locations. Davidson, Ward & Co., 408
Chamber of Commerce.
List your houses and lots. I have several cus
tomers. G. Debrltz. room 4 Mulkey building.
L. B. Chlpman; farms, stock ranches, timber
claims. City property, bus. chances. 114 1st.
HOUSES. LOTS AND FARMS FOR SALE AND
rent. H. B. Compson Co.. CIS Marquam.
BEST BUY IN CITY Fine home. W. Side. Nob
Hill. Laidlaw. S03 Chan ber of Commerce.
Houmj and lot. built to suit. Installments, email
cash payments. Dammeler. 511 Marquam.
ISO AGRES. ABOUT ONE MULE FROM
Hlllsboro depot; mostly oottom land, in cul
tivation; good Improvements. Apply Mac
master & Blrrell. Portland. Or.
FOR SALE) FARMS.
RARE CHANCE I AM INSTRUCTED TO
sell st a sacrifice, on account of owner being
a nonresident, a well-Improved 12-acre ranch
near Vancouver, Wash.; fine modern 5-room
cottage, barn, chicken sheds, creamer', well
and pump: all fenced; fine soil. Apply at
once to J. H. Elwell, Vancouver, Wa&b.
STOCK: AND FRUIT RANCH OF S79 ACRES
for sale; well watered, good soil; 30 acres
bearing orchard; only two miles from Oak
land. Douglas County, Or.; low price and easy
terms. Apply directly to the Pacific Mutual
Life Insurance Company, San Francisco, C&L
IMPROVED 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, 311 Worcester block.
NICE LITTLE FARM. 25 ACRES. ONLY TWO
miles rrom Vancouver; good sail, sightly loca
tion, house and barn; 15 acres in cultivation,
improvements fenced: $1250. Address J. B,
Elwell. Vancouver. Wash.
SPECIAL OFFER. FEW DAYS ONLY 40
acres nice land, 10 miles from Vancouver: 23
acres good timber. Including lot of fine cedar,
only $250. Address J. H. Elwell, Vancouver,
55 ACRES. ALL EC CULTIVATION. S MILES
cast. 10 acres In fruit; good Improvements;
bargain. Manacer Pacific Pottery Works.
Improved farm, 160 acres. 10 miles from. Port
land: 20 acres In hops. Drawer 17. Portland.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
LOW-MARGIN CASH GROCERY. 209 FOURTH
street. Local creamery butter. 45c and 50c
roll; Kansas tub creamery, 20c lb.; Iash
dairy. 40c: very beet smoked salmon, 15c lb.;
herring. 25c box boneless codfish. Sc lb.; jes
itlvely No. 1 bulk teas, 35c lb.; Mocha-Java.
20c lb.; syrup or molasses, 35c gallon; 10 lb.
box macaroni or 2 pkgs. Germea. 35c; Orcgra
eggs, 10c dozen; Eastern, 2 dozen, 15a; nalt
pork or ham, SVc lb.; 7 lbs. beans, 5Ji lbs.
rice. '6 Tba oats" or wheat flakes. 25c
WANTED TO SELL A COLUMBIA RIVER
fishing boat, sets, all complete with fine lo
cation; free wood and water and net, rack.
etc.; a bargain, if taken soon. See-L. H. Hen
rJgscn, expressman. Astoria. Or.
SIGEL'S SEWECG MACHLN'E STORE FOR
bargains. 20 second-hand machines. $5 and
up; new machines, ?20 and up. Seventh and
Washington sts., under Imperial hotel.
Another fine Smith Premier, only $40; Reming
ton. $30; Bar Lock. 525; Callgraph. $15;
Franklin. $35. Coast Agency Co.. 200 Stark.
19 LBS. GR- SUGAR. 40 BARS SOAP. 24 LBS.
P. prune. 16 packs Jumbo mush. 20 lbs. nails.
SI each. 232 Russell st., Brownewcll.
BICYCLES-THREE '90 VICTORS. $20; ONE
09 Rambler. ?20; one Stearns Racer. ?25;
good, condition. 350 Morrison st.
100 NEW BOX COUCHES FOR SALE AT
half price. First-class upholstering, rhone
Clay 08L 249 Fifth st.
FOR SALE OR TRADE CHICKEN RANCH.
incubators and chickens; running water. E
SO. care Oregonian. ,
FOR SALE A GOOD SvJUARE PIANO. IN
excellent condition; very cheap. Address G
17. care Oregonian.
FOR SALE AN OLD. WELL-ESTABLISHED
retail grocery store. Inquire H. Sutcllffo &
Blled. 307 Alder et.
FOR SALE OR TRADE 40 ACRES IM
proved fruit ranch; a bargain. McPherson,
ROAD HOUSE. WITH IS ROOMS. FOR SALE
or rent; also one acre of land. C W, care
FOR SALE-CHEAP; A GASOLINE LAUNCH;
well adapted for seining. Address J 29, care
Magic lanterns, new. second-hand, moving pic
tures. Bullard & Breck. 131 Post. San Fran.
$8 FOR A NEW GAS COOKER: $2 CASH,
balance S2 per month Gas Co., 174 Fifth st.
50 RIGS. 300 SETS HARNESS. 50 SADDLES.
fnd good horses, bargain?. 211 Washington ct.
8 HEAVY HORSES. 3 SETS DOU3LE AND
elnrie harness. Call Seventh and Stark 6ts.
FOR SALE LADY'S SADDLE HORSE;
young, fine gait. Address B 30. Oregonian.
FOR SALE-3-ROOM HOUSE. CHEAP. In
quire of E. Gundcrson, 3G5 East Burnsidc
A. WICKE. 1st and Market, low-priced cash
grocer. Free deliver'. Phone South 27C
FOR SALE A 1000-POUND LD7T. HAXD
elevator. Apply 2S1 Morrison.
WANTED A GIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSE
work. at 30S Caruthers st.
COW FOR SALE, AT FARMERS' STABLE, SC8
SHERMAN. CLAY & CO.. ROOMS 10 AND 17
Russel building, cor. Fourth and Morrison.
Stelnway & Sons. A. B. Chase and Emerscn
pianos. A. B. Chase and W. W. Putnam or
gans. Cash cr installments. Gramophones and
Reglna music boxes.
ELEGANT NEW PIANO FOR RENT. VERY
cheap. Graves & Co., 285 Alder st., near
BEST UPRIGHT PIANO The Jacob Doll. Rent
applied on purchass money. Slnshelmer, 72 3d.
SOULE BROS.. EXPERT TUNERS. 107 FIRST
jt. Phone?. Eller Pano Houne.
HELP "WANTED MALE.
WANTED A FOREMAN FOR A WCOD
worklng establishment making sash, doors,
steamer cabin and other claaes of Interior
finish, must be a young or middle-aged nv.n.
energetic a good manager of men, competent
to lay out work from drawings and take en
tire oharge of Its manufacture and erection
at low cost. This will be steady employment
In the City of Seattle for the right person,
and only those having the above qualifica
tions in the highest degree need apply, stating
age, married or single, time employed and
clans of work meet familiar with, firms em
plojcd by and any oth-r refirNKs, i.mrn
satlon expected as a monthly salary. Address
Pcstofiiee box 319. Seattle, Wash.
10 LOGGERS. J2 UP; 15 COAL MINERS. CON
tract; pattern-maker, 53.20; teams. R. R..
$4.50. pass; teams, logging camp, $2.00 and
found: carpenters. $35 and board; laborers,
$1 and board; men and wlvco for ranches, $30
up; restaurant help call. Canadian Agency,
LABORERS FOR MILL (BOX AND SHIN
glea), Gray'a Harbor. Also mill men for CoL
River. S1.60 eroployer here today). Farm
hand. 20. Men to clear land, SCO A. Also
$35 A. Jap who can milk, ?S. R. G. Drake,
152 First, downstairs.
SALESMAN WANTED; ONE WHO HAS AN
established trade In the Willamette Valley,
who can take our goods as a side line; liberal
commission. Address, sifting line jjow carry
ing. Manufacturer, care Oregonian.
ENERGETIC SALESMAN. SCHOOL Sup
plies; country work; $100 salary and extras.
R, O. Evans & Co.. Chicago, IIL
WANTED FIRST-CLASS MACHINE BLACK
emlth; none other need apply. Willamette
Iron & Steel. Works.
Worklngman's Barber Shon; haircut 15c. shave
10c; C chairs. Ed Dennteon, 205 Morrison at.
Cash fcr acceptable Ideas. State If patented. Ad
dress THE PATENT RECORD. Baltimore. Md.
WANTED PATTERN-MAKERS AND MA
chlnlsts. Willamette Iron & Steel Works.
WANTED-GOOD DELIVERY MAN. EXPERI
onoed and steady. Vlnce'a Market.
HELP WANTED- FE3IALE.
COOK. B. H.. $35: COOK COUNTRY. $25;
one. Dallas. $4. fare: cock and 2d girl, $45,
2 In family, second girls, $12 to $20. S wait
resses. $12 to $20; dishwasher, $12; chamber
maid. Astoria, $12: -waitress, Kalama. $12:
no end of housework. $10 to $20; average of
15 new orders every day. Call everybody.
Canadian Agency. 22G,A Morrison.
WANTED-GOOD LADY TO KEEP HOUSE
and look after three children; wages $10. Call
or address Geo. Burch, Skamokawa. Wash.
SECOND GIRL (O. C). $15. Al CHECK
waltresa Camp cook. $15. B -H. cook. $25.
Girls to assist. R, G. Drake. 352 First.
RELIABLE FRM NEEDS THE SERVICES
of an energetic woman; permanent employ
ment. U 26. Oregonian.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED GIRL. FOB
children and sewing. Apply in morning, 332
10th st., cor. Market.
GIRL TO TAKE CARE OF CHILDREN. AP
ply Washington Hotel, cor. Third and Flan
ders. Call early.
WANTED-A. FHIST-CLASS SHIRTMAKER;
steady employment to right party. 7544 Sav
ier. cor. 23d.
GIRL OR MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN TO AS
slrt in housework; German preferred. 595
East Oak st.
WANTED GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Apply 372 14th St., near Mont
gomery. GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK:
small family: colored preferred. Inquire 510
WANTED-GERMAN GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. 1G1 14th St., cor. Morrison.
GIRL WANTED TO COOK AND ASSIST IN
housework. 575 East Morrison st.
WANTED TWO FIRST-CLASS LADY DEM
onsoators. F 31, care Oregonian.
WANTED-SECOND GIRL. INQUIRE AT 1109
Mallcry ave.. Piedmont.
WANTED COMPETENT COOK. APPLr
mornings, 341 11th st.
HOUSE GIRL. IN FAMILY OF THREE. 787
SITUATION "WANTED FEMALE.
SITUATION WANTED TO DO SECOND
fork and family seamstress. Address A 30,
EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER WANTS A
position: can furnish references. M 25, care
ORDER DOMESTICS. GIRLS. JAPS OR CHI
nese; any class help free. Drake, 152 First.
SITUATION WANTED BY EXPERIENCED
chambermaid. Addrejs M 24. care Oregonian.
POSITION AS COOK OR HOUSEKEEPER. BY
middle-aged woman. D 22. care Oregonian.
SITUATION WANTED MALE.
WANTED BY A YOUNG MAN. WHO CAN
speak German, work In some business house
Addrets G 29, care Oregonian.
YOUNG MAN WISHES SITUATION TO EARX
bcard and attend High School; references
given. C 30, care Oregonian.
SITUATION WANTED IN MILL. BY PRAC
tlcal sawyer: best of references. Address J
25. care Oregonian.
R. R. CONTRACTORS. FOREMEN. ETC.
Money In ordering help of R. G. Drake, 152
FHtST-CLASS TEAMSTER. EXPERIENCED
with horses, wants position. M 13, Orego
nian. WANTED AGENTS.
AGENTS "LD7E OF MOODY," BY DR.
Chapman, -Mils like wlldflre. We guaran
tee $5 a day and send outfit absolutely free
on receipt. J. L. Nichols & Co.. NaplervlHe,
ARE YOU AN AGENT? WE HAVE A GOOD
proposition. Money every night. Call today,
270 Onk st.
WANTED GOOD. HUSTLING AGENTS FOR.
City work; can work as side line. W 22, care
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED A FURNISHED HOUSE. IN GOOD
location, on West Side; must be modem In
over' respect, and have at least fcur bed
rooms. Address M 22. care Oregonian.
WANTED TO BUY MODERN RESIDENCE
of G to S rooms. In desirable section of West
Side Address, giving price and terms, X 20.
WANTED TO BUY FOR CASH. ONE OR
two lotn, west of 20th St., East Portland. C
E. Bennett. 127 Fourth st.
INFORM JAMES CRaNNING. CITY. OF
losses uncatlsfactorlly settled by Insurance
Co. North America.
BEST PRICES PAID FOR ALL KINDS OF
household goods. 249 Fifth. Phone Clay 58L
THE SPALDING. 8. E. COR. PARK AND
Alder sts.. under the management cf the
owner, Helen F. Spalding The moot complete
apartment-house in the Northwest; chclce
rooms, for gentlemen cr gentleman and wife;
furnished housekeeping suites a specialty.
THE NEWCASTLE. S. E. COR. THIRD AND
Harrison rts. Rooms, furnished or unfur
nished; all modem conveniences; references.
THE GILBERT LARGE. WELL-FURNISHED
rooms; all modern conveniences. Third and
Taylor sts.; entrance, 287 Taylor.
129 10TH. BETWEEN WASHINGTON AND
Alder Front room, one or two gentlemen;
private family; reasonable.
VERY DESIRABLE FURNISHED ALCOVE
room; gas, bath, phone. ISO 14th St.. be
tween Yamhill and Taylor.
THE CLEMENT. SIXTH AND OAK STS.
Nicely furnished rooms; steam heat and elec
LARGE. LIGHT FRONT ROOM. WITH ALL
modern conveniences; best location. 440 Tay
lor. GILMAN HOTEL Brick bldg.. central; fur
nished rooms. $1 week and up. 1st and Alder.
For Rent Furnished or unfurnished rooms. In
quire Everett st-. between Park and Ninth.
THE CASTLE A suite of furnished rooms, suit
able for gentlemen. 372 Washington ct.
22C PARK ST.. NEAR SALMON FURNISHED
front room, for one or two gentlemen.
ELEGANTLY FURNISHED SUITES. WITH
piano. Transients. 05 Sixth.
Rooms With Board.
PORTLAND WOMEN'S UNION: 12TH YEAR;
room9 with board; enameled bath tubs; use
of library; Woman's Excanse; Industrial
school. Address Mrs. E. C George, superin
tendent. 510 Flanders street.
TWO LARGE. PLEASANT FRONT ROOMS,
single or en suite; all conveniences; best of
board. The Sterling, 535 Couch St., corner
THE BURBANK. 334 YAMHILL. COR. SEV
cnth Nicely furnished rooms, single or en
suite, with board.
THE VANDERBILT NEWLY FURNISHED
rooms; modern conveniences; first-class board.
SSI Yamhill st.
PLEASANT FRONT ROOM. WITH BOARD;
terms reasonable. 4G8 Yamhill. Mrs. Montelth.
LYNDELL. 534 MORRISON NEW MANAGE
ment; elegantly furnished rooms, with board.
OSBORN HOUSE Al board and rooms. $4:50
week. J. W. King Cator. late from Chicago.
ELEGANT RCOMS. WITH GOOD BOARD;
all conveniences; best location. 229 11th st.
ROOM. WITH BOARD. FOR TWO GENTLE
men or man and wife. Inquire 510 HoyL.
FURNISHED ROOMS. WITH OR WITHOUT
board. 520 Fourth, cor. Clay.
PLEASANT FRONT ROOM. WITH BOARD;
terms reasonable. 4S3 Yamhill.
SUITE OF ROOMS. ON FIRST FLOOR. THE
Hesperian. 533 Morrison.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM WITH BOARD.
141 West Park.
ROOMS. WITH FIR.ST-CLASS BOARD, A'i
FOUR UNFURNISHED. CONNECTED. FH?ST
floor rooms; bath, phone, gas range; shades
and poles; -woodhcuse; central location. Ap
ply 327 Seventh st.
STRANGERS HOME. 2rC. FD3ST AND
Bura&lde Furnlahed rooms, also rooms for
light housekeeping: transient.
ELEGANTLY FURNISHED FLAT. WITH
gas range nnd telephone; also suite if desired.
135 10th. cor. Alder.
372 FIRST TWO OR FOUR NICELY FUR
nlshed housekeeping rooms; sink In kitchen;
WELL - FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
Tooms; centrally located; telephone. 122Vi
413 MAIN. COR. 11TU NICELY FURNISHED
suite; telephone and gas runge If desired; no
The Graham Housekeeping apartments a spe
cialty; gas ranges and telephone. 545Vi "Waic
FURNISHED ROOM. WITH HOUSEKEEPING
privilege 171 11th, near Yamhill.
3-ROOM FLAT. WITH BATH. IN THE SEVU
la. Inquire 210 Third st.
FOR RENT MODERN HOUSE. 11 ROOMS,
bath, closeta. cement basement, electric lights;
choice location; $35 to responsible tenant.
Montagae & Borden. 220 Stark st.
347 LINCOLN. 7 ROOMS. ETC: BE VACANT
15th; ?1S. Have 10-R. flat. 412.50. Grocery
location. S. Portland. Cfil Oregon (E. Side),
$12. R. G. Drake. 152 First.
FOR RENT 5-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE,
with bath; ISth and Johnson. Inquire County
FOR RENT COTTAGE. 5 ROOMS, AND
rtoreroom; medern; $6. Key 653 Fourth St..
FOR RENT MODERN DWELLDCG-HOUSE.
115 North ISth St., ccr. Gllsan. Call after
noon. S-ROOM HOUSE: ALL MODERN CONVEN
lcncea. 300 Park. Inquire 391 Seventh.
FOR RENT FURNISHED COTTAGE, FIVE
rooms, nicely located, on Third-street car; no
children; $20 per month. v David S. Stearnt.
249 Washington st.
$12 PER MONTH; NICE 5-ROOM COTTAGE,
furnished, for housekeeping; nice yard. Tele
phone to Landlgan. Union 545.
House for Rent Furniture for Sale.
22 -ROOM FLAT. ELEGANT FURNITURE,
doing good businecr. 32 rooms, fine location,
well furnished. 2R rooms, fine brick building,
nice furniture. 15-rocra flat, 12-room house.
Have othera. C. E. Bennett. 1275 Fourth st.
FOR SALE FURNITURE OF FINE 10-ROOM.
wen-furnished bouse; centrally located: all
rooms occupied; sickness Js reason for selling
this bargain, for cash only. Address W 14.
22 elegant furnished rooms; central and good
location, a bargain. H 13. Oregonian.
DEPARTMENT OF THE EXTERIOR. OFFICE
of U. S. Surveyor-General. Portland. Or.. Feb.
24. 1000. Sealed proposals will be received at
this office until 12 o'clock noon, on March 20,
2000, for runninr. measuring and marking, in
accordance with otllclal existing regulations,
and such special instructions as may be issued
by the Surveyor-General, the following de
scribed ourveys, viz.: T. 3. N., R. 37 E., 10
miles of subdivisions; T. 3. S., R. 43 E..- 12
miles of exteriors and CO miles pf .subdivis
ions; T. 2 N.. R. 48 E., 27 miles of subdivis
ions ; T. 6 N.. R. 42 E.. 10 miles of es
terlora and 2K miles of subdivisions; T. 8
S.. R. 0 W.. C miles of exteriors and GO
miles of subdivisions; T. 15 S.. R. 3"
E., 12 miles of exteriors and GO" miles cf sub
divisions; T. SO S.. R. G W.. 10 miles of ex
teriors and GO miles of subdivisions: T. 25
S.. R. 1 W.. G miles of exteriors ar.d CO miles
of subdivisions; T. 25 S., R. 2 W.. CO miles
of subdivisions. Legal rates of mileage are
$9. $7. $5. $1S. $15. $12; and $25. $23, $20. for
standard and meander, township and section
and connecting lines, respectively: the latter
rates. $18. $15. and $12, nnd S25. $23, and
$20, to be allowed only where the lands are
mountainous heavily timbered or covered
with denea undergrowth. Bond with approved
securities for the faithful performance cf the
contract will bo required of the successful
bidder. The right la reserved to reject any
and all bids; to waive technical defects, and
to accept any part of any bid. or reject the
other part if the Interests of the Government
require It. Proposals must be submitted in
duplicate, to the undersigned, and Indorsed en
the envelope. "Proposals for executing pub
lic surveys." The proposals received will be
opened at the time and place stated, and bid
ders are Invited to be present at such opening.
Further information in regard to the work
will be furnished upon application to the un
dersigned. ROBERT A. HABERSHAM, U. S.
Surveyor-General for Oregon.
PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED AT THE
postofflce department. In the city cf Washing
ton, until 3 o'clock P. M.. March 31. 1000. on
.Se route hereinafter described. Bidders are
invited to submit proposals for service on said
route under a contract for five years, and also
for 10 years, which shall commence on the
1st day of November, 1000. The right Is
reserved to reject all bids. Schedule Route
No. 75. "O. M. S." From Ean Franclnco, Cal
ifornia, to Sydney. New South Wales. Aus
tralia; touching at Honolulu. Apia or some
other port in the Sarcoon islands to be desig
nated by the postmaster-general, and Auk
land. New Zealand, once In three weeks, sev
enteen times a year. In vessels of the second
clam. Time 21 days. Bond required with bid
$40,000. Circulars containing copy of the act,
a description of the route. Instructions to bid-.
dero and blank forms of proposals with ac
companying "bonds, can be obtained of the su
perintendent of foreign malls, postofflce de
partment, after January 2. 1000. CHARLES
EMORY SMITH, Postmaster-General.
WATER WORKS THE TOWN OF FOSSIL.
Wheeler county. Or., will receive propcsal
until Tuesday evening. March 6, 1000, for the
construction of a system of water works, ac
cording to the plans and specifications on file
In the office of the town recorder. The sys
tem consists of:
12.000 feet of 2-lnch pipe
2.500 feet of 2-lnch pipe.
3.C00 feet of G-lnch pipe.
1.400 feet of 8-lnch pipe.
Hydrants, gates and special fittings.
One 150.000-gallon. reservoir, cement lined.
Bids may be made on labor and material?,
separately. AU bids must be accompanied
with a certified check for 5 per cent of the
amount of the bid. payable to the mayor of
Fosoll. The council reserves the right to re
ject any or all bids. H. STOKES. Recorder.
Fosall. Or.. Feb. 10. lOcO.
BRITISH BARK SAMARITAN. CAPTAIN
Dexter, from Shanghai Neither the captain
nor the undersigned consignees of the above
named vessel will be responsible fcr any
debts that may be contracted by the crew.
Taylor, Young & Co., Agents. Portland, Or.,
March 1. 1000.
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Dis
trict of Oregon Whereas, on the 10th day
of February, 1000, Isaac Gray. John II. Jotves.
Fred Stewart Drew, Andrew Newberg. Buck
Sue. Lon Moore. Isaac Gray. Jr.. John Creson,
Lew Haddle. William Hohback. Charles H.
Gllmore. W. Meaus, James L. Smith. Walter
Suen. William Smith. George J. Epperly. Al
bert Sucn. Newton Hornbuckle. Norman Ham
ilton and L. C Turner filed a libel in the Dis
trict Court of the "United States for the Dis
trict of Oregon, agairst the steamer City
of Eugene, her boats, tackle, apparel and fur
niture. In a cause of contract fcr wages, civil
and maritime. And, whereas, by virtue of
process in lue form of law, to me directed,
returnable on the 2d day of April. 1900. I
have seized and taken the said steamer, and
have her In my custody. Notice is hereby
given that a District Court will be held In
the United States Court room, in the City of
Portland, on the 2d day of April. 1000. at 10
o'clock A. M.. for the trial of said premises,
and the owner or owners, and all persons who
may have or claim any Interest, are hereby
cited to be and appear at the time and place
nforcsald, to show cause. If any they have,
why a final decree ehould not pasa as prayed.
ZOETH HOUSER. V. S. Marshal.
BONDING ACT INSTALLMENTS NOTICE IS
hereby given that Ordinance No. 11.470. an
Ordinance making a levy of a special tax
upon certain property ae&etocd for the Im
provement of certain streets and laying of
certain sewers, application having been made
to pay same under the bonding act: is now
In my hands for collection, and unless said
installments are paid on or before April 1.
1000. same will be declared delinquent and
placed in the hands' of the Chief of Police -for
collection. FRANK HACKENEY.
March 1. 1000. City Treasurer.
INDIAN CLAIRVOYANT AND MEDIUM
The wonderful, gifted Indian squaw, born
with two veils over face, tells, from cradle to
grave, past, present, future, and recrets re
vealed; warns against misfortune; -oure guld
' to social and business success; heals all dis
eases by the use cf Indian herbs. Mrs. Prof,
Wheatly-Howe. Separate parlor for ladles
and gentlemen. Strictly confidential. 271 5tn
st., opposite City Hall. No stairs to clltrb.
27 women wanted cuffenng from Irregular, paln
ful or pioprase cf periods; leucorrhoea
(whites), and all complicated diseases pertain
ing to changes cf life, cured by old Dr. Keas
ler. cor. Second and Yanihlli sts. 329 women
called last month. Consultation free, and pri
vate rocms fcr ladles. If can't call, write.
Inclosing 10 2c stamps. Hundreds treated at
home by his nw system.
DRESS SUITS RENTED. ALL SIZES. "WE
call for, sponge, press and deliver one jlt cf
your clothing each week, sew on bu'tjn. se.v
up rips, for $1 per month. Dyeing, steam
cleaning and repairing. Unique Tal!orlrr Co.,
347 Washington, both 'phones.
MANLY VIGOR RESTORED BY DR. JtOB
erts' Nerve Globules. One month's treatment
$2; 3 months. $5. Sent securely sealed by
mall. Agents. Woodard & Clarke, Portland.
ALWAYS CET THE BEST. ILLOND CHEM.
Co.'s Preventative Cones are the standard;
$1.50 per box. G for $7.50. "Samples. 10c
P. O. box 074. Portland.
Godden Private Hospital. 211 Sherman; cancer,
catarrh, etc. cured cue month: guaranteed
treatment: $1; lovely home for ladles during
WE PRINT 30 jFINE VISI'ITNG CARDS. 25c;
50. 35c 550 business cards, $1; 500. $1 50.
Brown & Schmale. 229 1st et.
COMMON SENSE BEAUTY PARLORS, FA
clal blemishes removed by electricity, cup.
roller and sponge Lewis Bldg.
MAKE SUGARINE 4C0 TIMES STRONGER
than sugar: sampls and formula, 25c. C H.
Eggers & Co.. Newberg. Or.
BILLY LEA'S BICYCLE HOSPITAL. 1C5 4TH.
Phone Clay Gil. Wheels called fcr. delivered.
CUT RATES-Orcgon Dye Works: cleaning and
dyeing. Bumslde. near 8th. Tel. Red 2003.
Otto Kllngbell. magnetic healer. 307 East Sixth
st.. treats any I?kness Ore. phone- Scott 633
CLOTHES MENDED FOR LADIES AND GEN
tlemtn. Apply at room 43 Lcbbe building.
ELECTRIC LUNDRY REMOVED TO 120
Fifth st. Both phones. Give us a trial.
LADY. YOU GET RED STAMPS AT CLEM
nnon's drug store. 227 Ykmhll! street.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST WATCH CHARM. WITH MONOGRAM
"C M. D." on back. Please return to 120
Front St., and receive reward. .
LOST ENGLISH SETTER DOG; WHITE AND
lemen. spotted face; no collar. Rsward, Coun
ty Recorder's efflce.
Agrrlcnltarnl Implements, Machinery
EDWARD HUGHES; WAGONS. CARRIAGES
and farm machinery of all kinds. 190 Front.
-RUSSELL & CO ENGEES. BOILERS. SAW
wins, icrcasers, corse-pofters- Ji- tseiraooi.
JOHN POOLE: Newton wagoas. buggies, wind
mills, pumps, machinery. Foot Morrison st.
Edison's Star Photlcon Parlors. 272 Morrison.
0 A. M. to 10 P. M Ladles, gents, children.
Art Goods nnd Picture Frames.
BERNSTEIN'S ART STORE. 307 WASHING
ton.it.: great clearance sale; special barralnA
Assayers and Analyst.
J. H. FIEK. MINERAL ASSAYER AND
chemist; gold dust bought. 204J Washington.
PAUL BAUMEL. ASSAYER AND ANALYST.
Gold dust bought. 22S Stark tz.
PORTLAND ASSAY OFFICE. 220 Stark st. As
laying and analytical work. Gold dust bought.
H. K. SARGENT; general practice: notary.
Phone Hood S32. 718 Chamber of Commerce.
S. ,H. GRUBER. Lawyer; mining, admiralty
and collection specialties. Conunercial block.
JEFFREYS & WHITE, attorneys-at-law, prac
tice in all courts. 420 Commercial block.
E. W. BINGHAM. ATTORN EY-AT-LAW. RE
moved to 61 Union block. Portland.
GEO. W. HAZEN. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. 600
611 Chamber of Commerce- bulldln?.
PIPES & TIFFT. ATTOIlNETS-AT-LAW. 703
711 Chamber or Commerce
U. S. Bakery. Matachlaer Bros., prcpa.; breads,
cakes, pies, pastry and crackers. 101 N. 14th,
Heme Bakery & Dcllcate-Eeacn; Bcstort baked
beans, cooked delicacies. 1S7 4th. Tel. Hood
HOWARD'S BARBER SHOP: FINEST BRAND
cigars: 0 expert workmen. 2C6 Alder st.
DEKUM Bathrooms: popular baths, massage,
electricity. 714-15-16 Dekurn. Phone Red 2345.
Elegant coclety cards, any style. 23c per doz.;
4 doz.. 75c. K. Ennls. Meier & Frank's.
Carpenters and Builders.
JOHN A. MELTON, carpenter, builder: cfflca
and Btore fixture!?. Ore. tel. 747. 233 Stark.
Dr. Bing Chong, 101 2d St.: Chinese root medi
cines cure all diseases. Examination free.
Chinese and Japanese Goods.
SUN SOON HUD3 & CO.; MATTINGS. TEAS,
china ware; paper napkins. 247 Yamhill.
WM. DEVENY & MAUD DEVENY. THE
only scientific chiropodists, rcom 301 Allsky
bldg.. 3d and Morrison. Oreg. phone Grant 10.
L. MITCHELL. EXPERT CHIROPODIST. OF
fice 160 5th St., opp. postctrlce. Tel. Hcoa 014.
Miss Dart, chiropody and manicuring, room 50
Union blk. 1st and Stark. 9 A. M. to 5 P. M.
Cleaning; and Dyeing
French Cleaning & Dyeing Works; J. Delcau,
prop. Phone Red 005. 445 Gllsan st.
Portland Curled-Hair Factor-, H. Metzger, pro
prietor, manufacturer curled hair and genuine
curled-hair mattreeeea. 226-228 Front uu Both
HERMAN METZGER, PURCHASER OF
hides, pelts, furs, wc-,1, mohair, tallow, old
rubber and old metal, and general commiston
merchant. Front st.. near Main. Portland. Or.
Cash advances on consignments.
TAYLOR. YOUNG & CO.. SHIP BROKERS
and commission merchants, Sherlock building.
W. N. Sayre" & Co., commission & produce mer
chants; advances en can&lifnments. 146 Front.
ALLEN & LEWIS, COMMISSION AND PRO
duce merchants. Front & D sts., Portland. Or.
EVERDEn'G & FARRELL, commission, butter,
eggs, chickens and farm produce. Portland.
H. TUKE & CO.. 231 FRONT; FLOUR. HAY,
produce, feed and groceries.
METAL SKYLIGHTS. GALVANIZED HON
cornices. J. C Bayer. 265 Second street.
WASHINGTON CREAMERY? TITRE BUTTER,
cream; bakery goods. Both phunes. O. G.
Mayger. 420 Washington.
MISSES MATTINGLY ACADEMY OF DANC
lng, 269 14th. Private lessons by appointment.
WOODARD. CLARKE & CO..
Cor. Fourth and Washington sts.
MISS HAWKINS. LADIES' TAILOR AND
dressmaker: good fit guaranteed. 424 Wash.
HENRY P. O'CONNOR, D. M. D., C02 MAR
quam building. Morrison st., bet. 6th and 7th.
DR. FRANK I. BALL. DENTIST. ROOM 413
Dekum building. Pnone Brown 404.
DR. C. B. BROWN; tel. Ore. Red 2S40; res..
White 634. 514-15-1G Dekum building.
Dyeinfr and Clcnnlnsr.
H. W. TURNER. PROFESSIONAL DYER AND
cleaner. 301 17th. Telephone Red 131.
PORTLAND BUSINESS COLLEGE. Fifth and
TamhlH; A. P. Armstrong. Pria.. J. A. Wesco,
Sec. Open all the year. Students admitted at
any time. Catalogue free.
HOLMES' ENGLISH AND BUSINESS COL
lege. 414 Yamhill st. English course: com
mercial and shorthand courses. Send tor cat
alogue ALL ENGLISH BRANCHES TAUGHT; teach
ers prepared for examination. 301 Yamhill.
DR. SCHRAMECK'S ELECTRIC 3ELTS ARI
the bvst; examines $5 belts. 2704 Front ct.
Fence and Wire Work..
PORTLAND WIRE & IRON WORKS: WIRE
and iron fencibg. ofilce railing, etc 334 Alder.
OLD EAST PORTLAND FENCE AND WIRE
Works; A. Carlson; 2is9 East Morrison st.
ANCIENT ORDER RED CROSS PROVIDES
death, accident, disability, old age and funeral
benefits; up to date. For further Information
write or call en D. C Rogers, 290 Morrison.
J. L. HAYSETH & SON. SUCCESSORS TO
Nelson; staple and fancy groceries. 455 Wash,
Guns, Fishing Tackle, Sport's: Goods.
H. Bcal; guns, fishing tackle, sporting goods
and cutlery. 495 Third s:., Portland. Or.
Harness and Saddles.
THE BREYMAN LEATHER CO.. HAR
ness and sole leather, saddlery, hardware, find,
ings and shoe store suppllej. 73 Front st.
THE GEORGE LAWRENCE CO. WHOLE
sa'e baddlers ar.d harness manufacturers,
leather and saddlery hardware. 72 Front st.
Seamless hosiery; Winona Mills, N. Y.; Street &
Sons, General Salesmen. 324 4th, near Clay.
THEMONT HOUSE: newly furnished rooms,
$1.50 a week up. J. E. Clark. 343ft Everett.
HAMBURG - BREMEN FIRE UN'S. CO.. 103
First st. Boyd & Arnold. General Agents.
Eurene D. White & Co.. Agts. German Alliance
Flr Insurance Co.. 420 Commercial block.
Iron Founders, Mach'sta, Ship B'ld'rs.
Wolff & Zwlrker Ircn Works; designers and
mfrs. of shirs, steamboats, marine, mlnlna
1 and milling machinery; riveted steel pipe.
Iron Founders and Machinists.
Smith & Watson Iron Works; engines and boil
ers; logging engines a specialty; quartz and
saw mills; raise machinery. Front and Hall.
CITY FOUNDRY & MACHINE SHOPS. J.
Honeyman Co., engines, bcilers. saw mllbj and
mining machinery. 301 Front st-
Wlllamette Iron & Steel. Works; James Lotan.
mm: Iron-workers, steamboat hldrs. Portland.
Ladles' Furnishing Goods.
SPECIAL PETTICOAT SALE MON.. TUES..
Wed.. 50c each. Gross & Weltgen. 214 First.
Stephan's Dressmaking Establishment, for even
ing gowns, tailor-made suits, etc. 2fc0 Alder.
LADDERS OF ALL KINDS. AND KITCHEN
conveniences. Cor. East Sixth and Oak.
J. A. REID, mfr. boot and shoe tippers; full
stcck choemakera' supplies. 207 Washington st.
Liquor and Tobacco Institutes.
Keetey Institute. 314 6th. cures liquor, opium
and tobacco addiction. No other In State.
Marble and Granite Works.
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS; marble, gran
ite and stone work. Schanen & Neu. 2GS 1st.
MRS. EHL. GRADUATE MIDWD7E. 121
North 14th st. Telephona West 667.
OREGON EXPLORATION &. DEVELOPMENT
Co. 25.000 shares (second series) of the com
pany's treasury stcck offered at slight advance
over former prices. Arrangements to begin
milling ore from the Ruth Group have beea
completed. Plans fcr future work made known
on application. E. A. Clem & Co.. 515 and 510
Oregonian building. Phone Red 2322.
SUMPTER MINES RECENT GREAT STRIKE
In Diadem and the shipping of ore advanced
stock to 25c; Keystone Belle, 10c: Ohio. 20c.
Watch for Great Northern stocks. See us
before you Invest In mines. Dawson-McDcw-cll
Co.. 41 Sherlock bldg.. Portland. Or.
WE HAVE TODAY A SPECIAL OFFER TO
make In the way of tw-o very attractive min
ing Investments, which we have personally
examined this week. Davidson, Ward & Co..
40S Chamber of Commerce.
Barton & Curtis. 220 Stark, mining engineers,
stock brokers; mines examined nnd reported
upon; machinery furnished, plants erected.
MONTANA METALLURGICAL WORKS:
test ore. all kinds; gold, S1.50; sliver. $1.50.
Send fcr full particulars. 02 First ot.
TATUM & BOWEN. 29 TO 35 FDIST ST.;
mining, sawmill, wood -working machinery;
pumps: Hoe saws.
NOTICE DR. PAUL CROMWELL. THE COL
ored specialist, "will now give people a chance
to get well. All persons residing In city, treat
ment by week. $3. To stay at sanitarium. $2
per day. Persons of moderate means will like
to take advantage of this -offer, for one month
only. 171 Green ave. Take Washington and
Dr. Flora A. Brown: diseases of women and
children a specialty. Consultation, and diag
nosis free. 517-518 The Dekum. Portland, Or.
Greek Rheumatic Specific, guaranteed to cure
rheumatism. L. T. Lewis. 252& Washington.
Violin, viola, cornet Icsso.is: music furnished:
Italian strings and old violins for sale. Emll
Thlelhom. M. P. S. Orch.. 260 Jefferson. Teh
Lessons 50c; piano, guitar, banjo, mandolin, vio
lin Instruments for sale. Mrs. Martin, 104 1st.
PIANO. ORGAN AND VOCAL INSTRUCTION.
Mrs. Mclntyre. 253, Sixth st.. cor. Madison.
Oreenn VInvI Company.
Lewis bldg.. Park and Morrison. Free Health
lectures to women Thursday, at 2:30 P. M.
"THE SNOWDEN" BATHROOMS RE
opened. 131 4th; formerly "The Nelson": tub
and vepor baths, massage. Tel. Red 421.
LADY OF LOS ANGELES. VAPOR BATHS
and massage. 2CS& Stark ot.. room 23.
TREATMENT W. A. ROGERS. OSTEOPATH.
Marquam building, rooms 532-533-534.
Hours. 0-12 A. M.. 2-5 P. M. Phone Main 27.
Call and Investigate our method of treat
ment. Consultation and examination free.
DBS. NORTHRUP & ALKIRE. OSTEOPATHS,
aiilte 416 The Dekum. Nervous and chronic
diseases a specialty. Home treatment If de
sired. Phone Main 340.
DR. L. B. SMITH. PIONEER OSTEOPATH,
suite 400 Oregonian building. Phone Oak 421.
MRS. DR. C. J. RAMSEY. OSTEOPATHIST.
suite 416 The Dekum building; dteeares ot
women a specialty; examinations free. Phone
MLn Marie White, scientific palmist, reads past
and future correctly. Lewis bldg., room 6S.
T. J. GEISLER. 610-611 CHAMBER OF COM.
Registered attorney U. 5. patent oflicc.
If you wleh fl portraits, call on Churchley.
Wf.rk guaranteed; prices reasonable. 143 3d.
WOODARD. CLARKE & CO.. WHOLESALE
and retail, cor. Fourth and Washington.
Real Instate, Loans nnd Rentals.
ATKINSON. "WAKEFIELD & CO.; ESTAB
lithed 1S66. 227 Stark st.
ST. CHARLES RESTAURANT; MEALS, 25c;
short orders; white labor. D. E. Altenburg,
Strouse'r Cafe: best 2Cc meal; famous coffee and
cake, lCc. 222 Washington, bat. 1st and 2d.
Prxtland Riding Academy; training and board
ing titables; complete and select. 10th and N.
The .Portland Riding Club, fine llvtry. saddlo
horses a specialty. Park and Jefferson.
SAFES. SAFES. BANK WORK. LOCKDKTT.
opening lockouts, repairs. J. E. Davis. -Co 3d.
OPENINO LOCKOUTS. AND REPAIRERS.
Dlls & Vlerlck. Allsky bldg., 3d & Morrison.
Saw Mill Machinery.
Christenscn-McMaster Machinery Co.; new ami
second-hand machinery. E. Watr & E Tr r'tr.
We buy everything-, clothing, furniture, etc' Call
or address 52 Third st. Telephone Hood CS5.
Storaare and Transfer.
SAFES. PIANOS. FURNITURE MOVED AND
peeked for shipping. C. M. Olsen. 12S Flrac
TeL ofilce. Main 1U87: Black SOI.
STORAGE AT LOW RATES CAN BE HAD
at Fred Bickel"s storehouse. 31 North Front.
Wall Paper and Paints.
STROWBRIDGE PAINT Sz OIL CO.; WALL
paper, sash, dcors. builders' hardware. 123
Showcases nnd Store FIxtnres.
DIXnv. BORGESON & CO.. FRONT AND
OVERLAND STORAGE WAREHOUSE.
Fourth and Davis. Merchandise a speclalt7.
Imurance rates low; storage rates reasonable.
Careful .atten'lcn glvsn. to country consign
ments. TeL Or. Main 777; Columbia 676.
Westacott & Knight, syrup refiners, mfgr. gro
cers: both phones. E. Aldvr and E. Morrison.
Stoves, Ranges, Honschold Hardware
LOWENBERG Si GODS'G CO.. MFRS. OF
stoves, ranges and hollowware, wholesale
sheet metals, sheet steel, camp and oil stoves,
housefurnlshlng hardware. 2d and Taylor.
Hardware; so:e agt. Universal etoves & range,
hcusefurrdshing goods. J J. Kadderly. 141 1st.
ALLEN & LEWIS. WHOLESALE GROCER3.
cor. N. Front and Davis sts.. Portland. Or.
MRS. WALLACE. P.ELLVBLE CLAIRVOYANT
and psychic life-reader; consult her on bual
r.ra affairs, love troubles, absent friends:
good advice on mines; reading dally, 50c and
up. IOT14 First street, office 7 and 8.
LAREEN. THE PALMIST. WILL TELL THE
year waen all leading events in life take place;
past and future readings. 50c 2S5& First st.
MRS. J. A. SMITH, medium and magnetic
hcaicr. room 9 OroviHe. 228fe Washington at.
MRS. C. CORNELIUS. TEST MEDIUM; SIT
tings dally. Allsky bldg.. Third and Morrison.
MRS. STEVENS. Psychic. Inspiration writings.
25c Sittings daily. COc up. 342S First sU
WOODARD. CLARKE & CO.. WHOLESAL3
druggnts. corner Fourth and Washington.
Wood and Coal.
OAK WOOD. $4.75. SAWED FIR. $3.75.
Nicltum. 342 Water. Both phones.
LOANS IN LARGE OR SMALL AMOUNTS (K
Portland or outside real estate. 22G Ablngtcn
Money to loan on Clackamas County lands, G per
cent. E. F. Riley, 603 Chamber of Commerce.
MONEY TO LOAN on furniture or good securi
ties. 5. W. King, rccro. 45 Washington bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL KINDS OF SE
curlty. Wm. Holl. rccm 40 Washington bldg.
LOANS on real, personal, chattel or salary se
curity. C. W. Pallett 215 Commercial block.
LOANS FURNITURE PIANO. ETC.: LOW
rates; private party. 319 Allsky building.
$5C00 to S2C00 to rcsporelble parties. Improved
city rvai property, 0 per cent. 534 Ch. Com.
State funds loansd at G per cent. W. E. Thomas.
State Agt. for Mult. Co., 400 Chamber cf Com.
LOANS WITHOUT PUBLICITY ON FURNI
ture. pianos, salaries, etc. Can be paid In
Installments, reducing interest. Rates lower
than the lowest. F. W. Graves. Mgr., 2S3
Alder, near 4th. ground floor. Tel. Green 44 1.
$200,000 TO LOAN AT 5. C. 7 PUR CENT.
City and suburban property for sale and rent.
Agent for Westchester Fire Insurance Co.
Wm. G. Beck. 321 Morrison ct.
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS FROM $23 TO
$300, on all claases of security. R. I. Ecker
son & Co., room 5 Washington building.
ANT AMOUNT LOANEU ON FURNITURE,
planes, real estate ar.d all kinds of security.
C H. Thompson. 12S 3d st. Phone Mala 2S.
MONEY TO LOAN. 6 per cent, farm or city
property. O. M. Smith. 814 Ch. oj Commerce.
LOANS ON LODGING-HOUSES. PTANOS,
etc.; low rate. Room 215 Commercial blf.rk.
LOANS on chattels or salaries; lowest rates;
strictly private: see us first. 004 Tne Dekum.
"MONEY TO LOAN.
HARTMAN. THOMPSON & POWERS.
3 Chamber of Commerce.
MONET LOANED ON BICYCLES. PIANOS,
furniture and other occu-itiesj. W. A. Hath
awav. room 10 Wash. hHc Phcne South 761.
FOR SALE A STOCK OF GENERAL MER
chandlse, lnclce $3500; the only store In tha
place, and, ctuatcd In the best farming sec
tion .n the Willamette Valley; wiohea to cell
for ensh only; a place wt.rth Investigating. 13
25. care Oregonian.
BIG MONEY MADE BY BUYING SHARES OF
the Century Oil Company. Incorporated under
the laws of Oregon, quoted at California of
ficial oil exchange. Room 40, Washington
GROCERY STORE IN A GOOD VALLEY
town for sale; good trade; other business re
quiring attention; easy terms: or will trade
for land. R 25, care Oregonian.
PROFITS IN STOCKS. WHEAT AND COT
ton. Mackcy's medern methods make money.
Write for our free book. C. E. Mackey :
Co.. 20 Broadway, New York.
FOR SALE A FULLY EQUIPPED NEWS
papor and Job printing plant; for sale cheap.
Inquire of Capital National Bank. Salem. Or.
CONFECTIONERY FOR SALE. REASON
able. good location, cheap rent: s-elling on ac
count of sickness. E 20. care Oregcnlan.
OLD-ESTABLISH F.D BUSINESS; INVOICE3
$13.C00 to $18,000: want to retire from busl
ners. B 33. care Oregcalin.
FOR SALE-ONE OF THE BEST-LOCATED
50-barrt 1 flouring mills In the Willamette Val
ley. S 23, care Oregonian.
FOR SALE FIRST - CLASS BOARDING-hou-e
of 2S room?: npar business center. 230
Stark st.. D. W. Hoelblng.
FOR SALE LODGING-HOUSE AND RE3
tauraat. Call room 15 "Washington building,
from 1 to 5.
ONE-HALF INTEREST IN GOOD - PA"iING
clga-- t?tore: best location In City. L 20, care
RESTAURANT FOR SALE: GOOD LOCATION
and business. Address F 20. care Oregonian.
FOR HALE First-class grocery: cash business;
a snap. S J. Channing. C55 East Morrison.
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY
10C THIRD STREET.
Money to loan on mortgage.
A general trti3t and agency business transacted.
BENJ I. COHEN President
H. L. PITTOCK. A. S. NICHOLS Vice-Pres.
E. J. ALTSTOCK. J. O. GOLTRA Secretaries
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF PORTLAND. OR.
Designated Depositary and Financial Agant of
the United States.
President ..- H- W. COREETT
Cashier G. E. WITH1.NGTON
Assistant Cashier J. W. NEWKIEIC
Second Asststant Cashier W. C. ALVORD
Letters of credit issued, available in Eutcp?
and the Eastern states.
Sight exchange and telegraphic transfers sold
on New York, Boston. Chicago. St. Louis. St.
Paul. Omaha. San Francisco and tho principal
points In the Northwest.
Sight and time hills drawn In sums to suit oa
London, Paris. Berlin. Frankfort-on-the-Maln.
Hong Kong, Yokohama. Copenhagen. Christiania.
Stockholm. St. Petersburg. Moscow, Zurich. Hon
olulu. Collections made on favorable terms.
LADD & TILTON. BANKERS
ESTABLISHED IN 1S39.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
Collections made at all points on favorahl
terms. Letters cf credit issued available In Eu
rope and the Eastern states.
St-ht Exchange and Telegraphic Transfers sold
oa Naw York. Washington. Chicago. St. Louis.
Denver, Omaha. San Francisco and various points
in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana and
Exchange sold on London. Paris, Berlin,
Franltfert and Hong Kong.
WELLS. FARGO & CO. BANK
CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $0,250.00
JOHN J. VALENTINE PRESIDENT
HOMER S. KING MANAGER
R. M. DOOLY CAFHIEil
JOHN E. MILES ASSISTANT CASHIER
General Banking Business transacted. Ex
change soW. and Letters of Credit Issued, avail
able -i ail parts of the worid
MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
J. FRANK WATSON President
R. L. DURHAM Vice-President
R.W. HOYT Cash?
GEO. W. HOYT Assistant Casmer
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 bousfcc
LONDON AND SAN FRANCISCO BANK
LIMITED. CAPITAL PAEO UP S2.450,C00
Kead Ofilce. 73 Lombard street. L;j,.Ion.
This bank transacts a seneral banking -tad ex
change business: mal:e3 loans, discounts buls and
Issues commercial and travelers" credits, avail
able in any city in the world.
Chamber of Conimer bulldlntr. Third and
Stark streets. W. MACKINTOSH. Manager.
AINSWORTH NATIONAL BANK .
OF PORTLAND, cor. Third and Oak sts.
J. C. AINSWORTH Pres : W. W. PHILLIPS.
Transacts 3 General Banking Business.
Exchange bought and sold on all the principal
cities In Europe. Also facilities for telegraphs
transfers. Collections mads on favorabls terms
on all accesclhle points.
SAFE DEPOSIT DEPARTMENT
Connected with the bank. Safes rented on easy
THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK
Transact? a General Banking Business.
Drafts Issued available in all cities of tha
United States and EuroDc.
President TYLER WOODWARD
Vice-President JACOB KAMM
Cashier F. C. MILLER
BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBLV
PAID-UP CAPITAL 53.000.WV1
Head CSlce. 00 Lombard street. London.
Com'l block. 244 Washington St.. Portland.
R. LEA BAiiNES. Manager.