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THE MO"RNING 0"RESONIAT, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1900.
DAILY 3IETEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND. March C S P. M- Maximum
temperature, 53; minimum temperature. 42:
river reading at 11 A. M., 6.8 feet; change In
the last 24 hours. 0-1 foot: total precipitation,
8 P, M. to 8 P. 31.. 0.21 Inch; total precipitation
from Sept. 1. 1609, 27.47 Inches, normal precipi
tation from Sept- 1. 1SD0. 33.S5 Inches; defi
ciency. 6.3S Inches; total -sunshine March 0,
2:33, possible sunshine March" li, 11:21.
Rain has fallen generally over "Washington.
Oregon. Idaho and California, and continues
along the coast tonight. The temperature has
risen over Montana some 1C to 24 deg., and in
less degree over the Pacific Northwest. A low
pressure or etorm area Is now central over
"Western British Columbia, which will move
rapidly eastward, causing a continuance of
warmed weather over Eastern "Washington,
Northern Idaho and Montana. The cold wave
Is now completely broken. On the California
and Oregon coasto the pressure has begun to
rtee. and high southerly winds are expected
along the Northwest Coast and Sound and
Forecasts made at Portland for the 2S hours
ending at midnight "Wednesday, ilarch 7:
Western Oregon and "Western "Washington
Occasional rain; high south to west winds.
Eastern Oregon and Southern Idaho Occa
sional rain; southerly winds.
Eastern "Washington and Northern Idaho Oc
casional rain; warmer: southerly winds.
Pirtland and vicinity Occasional rain; high
south to west winds.
G. N. SALISBURY. Section Director.
CALVIN HEILIG Mgr.
Two nights only (no Matinee). Friday and Sat
urday, March 8 and 10, engagement of the
MR. "WALTER "WALKER, accompanied by
MISS 3IILDRED ST. PIERRE.
Just as presented 3CO nights In New York by
Nat Goodwin. PRICES Lor-er floor, except last
3 rows. $1; last, 3 rows, 75c; balcony, first. 6
rows, 75c; balcony, last C rows, 50c; gallery.
25c. Seats now on sale.
Unanimous verdict: "The best company Mr.
Frawley has ever brought to Portland." Only
matinee Saturday. The Frawley Company.
Monday, Tuesday and "Wednesday (enly times)
first presentation in city of Sardou's greatest
comedy drama. "MADAME SANS GENE."
Thursday and Friday. "AN UNCONVEN
TIONAL HONEYMOON." the bert-1'.kcd com
edy of the Portland engagement of the Fraw
lej's last season. Saturday matinee and
night, "TRILBY," strongest ensemble per
formance of the entire repertoire. Prices
Lower floor, 75c; loge seats. $1; boxes (four
seats). ?5; balcony loges. 75c; balcony circle.
50c. gallery. 25c 3Iatinee prices, 25c, 50c
DICK Feb. 23, 1000, to Mr. and Mrs. "Win. J.
Dick, of Slcagway, Alaska, a 10-pound son.
Mother and child doing 'well.
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
At 3S8 11th St., between Montgomery and
Harrison, at 10 A. M., by S. L N. Gllman, auc
tioneer. At 182 First aL. cor. Yamhill, at 10 A. M.
J. T. "Wilson, auctioneer.
At 2 P. 31.. at 411 Washington st., by S. L. N.
WASHINGTON LODGE, NO. 40. A.
F. & A. M. Regular communication
this (Wednesday) evening, at 31a
sonlc Hall. Burkhard building. AH
Master Masans cordially Invited. Bv
order of the W. M.
J. A. NEWELL, Sec
SEVENTH WARD REPUBLICAN CLUB.
Regular meeting of the Seventh Ward Repub
lican Club will be held at their hall. cor. Ban
croft ave. and Corbett St.. at S o'clock P. 31.
B. F. JONES, Sec W. H. SAYLOR, Pres.
ORIENT LODGE. NO. 17. I. O. O. F. Regu
lar, meeting this (Wednesday) evening, corner
Grand ave. and East Pine st. Initiation. Vis
itors welcome. N. A. BOSSING. R, S.
BURELBACH In this city. 3Iarch 5. 1000. 3Iar
'garet Burelbach, aged-57 years. Funeral will
be held at Holman's undertaking parlors at
8 30 A. M. Thursday. 3Iarch 8. Interment at
Mount Calvary Cemetery.
-SXOCK in this city. March 5. 10CO. Mary Sto:k,
hkcu o i earc r unerai irom tne residence,
227 3Iontgomery st.. Thursday. 3Iarch 8, at 2
P. 31. Friends and acquaintances Invited to
EDWARD HOLMAX, Undertaker. -ith
and Yamhill sts. Kcna Stlnson, ludy
assistant. Both jlhoncs No. 507.
J. P. FINLEY fc SOX. Undertaker.
Lady Assistant. 275 Third st. Tel. J.
On Improved city and farm property, at lowest
loans. Macmaster & Kirrell. 311 Worcester fc.k.
On 1 nrOVfd rltv nrfttvrrv at Inroc mf,.
I Title Guarantee Trust Co., 7 Chamber of
JUST RECEIVED CARGO OF
PACIFIC COAST rn
Telephone 228. 240 Washington st.
HOMES ON THE INSTALLMENT PLAN
The undersigned is prepared to build resi
liences In Irvington. the most popular suburb
5 of Portland, and cell them at actual cost, with
6 per cent Interest, on the Installment plan.
iwnareDy ine purcnaser nas to pay out a slight
advance above the usual amount of rental
I charged fjr similar residences.
C. H. PRE3COTT.
212-213 Chamber of Commerce.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
EAST SIDE H03IE CORNER LOT AND
house of a large, well-arranged rooms, strictly
modern, close In; desirable neighborhood, and
an opportunity to get an inside home for
very little money. Easy terms. W. H. Grind
stsff. 246 Stark.
CEW MODERN HOUSE, 10 3IINUTES' WALK
from .wstofflce. S2C50. at S20 Der month. New
modern hou.e. Washington car line. $1650. at
$15 per month. T 20. care Oregonlan.
3000 A 12-ROOM HOUSE AND 4-R003t
brick basement. " block, barn, fruit and chad
trees. In Brooklyn. E. Side: a nobby house and
plape. A. Mattteon. 1834 Madison st.
irOO BUSINESS PROPERTY. ALBINA:
fine brick Improvement: paying over 10 per
cent net: owner got Nome fever. Hart Land
Co., room 7 Sherlock build:rg.
TO BARGAINS WEST SIDE RESIDENCE
property, well located, 9-room house: $3200.
7 rooms and. 38x100, lot. 53000. Davidson.
Ward & Co.. 2724 Stark st.
1800 Property In Alblna bringing In ?20 per
monin. vnoice lot, witn t-room cottage, in
Holladay's add.; cheap. Miller, 305 Chamber
3R SALE V, BLOCK WITH BUILDINGS
for 25.000; sellers will lease for a term of
years. Address N 29, care Oregcnlan.
IOICE RESIDENCE AND LOT FOR SALE.
Exccllert location. 10 rooms, etc. F. V. An
drews & Co.. Hamilton building.
L. B. Chlpman; farms, stock ranches, timber
claims, city property, bus. chances. 114 1st.
I loose and lot. built to cult, installments, email
IOUSES. LOTS AND FARMS FOR SALE AND
rent. H. B. Ccmpson Co.. 618 3Iarquam.
FANTED Suburban real sfnt? must lv har-
gain. 303 Chamber of Commerce.
Lot and two 3iodern houses, in-
i quire r owner, 270 Caruthers st.
FOR RENT FARMS.
rOR RENT SMALL FARM IN SUBURBS.
I near car line, large orcnard. good house and
barn, meadow, garden. md running water.
Terms reasonable. G 30. care Oregonlan.
line farm or dairy ranch. 5C0 acres. 200 graisj;
igooa Duuaings. aid & uo.. 200 East Water.
FOR SALE FARMS.
kPROVED FAR31S FOR SALE IN ALL
parts of Oregon and Washington: payments
made to suit purchasers. For full particulars
to arioua properties, apply to Maccbter
& BirreM. 311 Worcester block.
ACRES. ALL IN CULTIVATION. 8 3HLES
east, 10 acres in fruit; good Improvements;
! .Manager I'&cinc tottery worKs.
FOR SALE FARMS.
RARE CHANCE I AM INSTRUCTED TO
sell at a. .sac Iflce.. on account of owner being
a nonresident, s. weli-lmpro-fcd 12-acre ranch
near Vancouver. Wash.; fine modern .5-room
cottage, harn, chicken sheds, creamery, well
and pump: all fenced, fine roll. Apply at
once to J. H. ElwelL Vancouver, We&b.
Improved farm, leo acres. 10 miles from, Port
land; 20 acres In hops. Drawer 17. Portland.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
SECOND - HAND BICYCLES RA3IBLER.
Sterling. Imperial, Columbia. Hartford and
othr makes, from $5 up. Every wheel in
rirst-class condition. Portland Gun & Bicycle
Store. 132 First St., between Washington and
FOR SALE FURNITURE OF ONE OF BEST
and most popular private boardlng-housce In
city: splendid location; full of boarders and
roomers; bargain; rlckness cause of selling.
Address F 2S. care Oregonlan.
FOR SALE OR TRADE ONE ABOUT NEW
360-egg Incubator; none better; brooders of
the best make to match: will sell cheep for
cash, or will trade fcr buggy. Address box 16,
Another fine Smith Premier, only $40: Reming
ton. $30; Bar Lock. $25; Caligraph. 515;
Franklin. $35. Coast Agency Co.. 200 Stark.
100 NEW BOX COUCHES FOR SALE AT
half price. First-dees upholstering done rea
nonably. Phone Clay 081. 249 Fifth st.
FINS SINGLE BUGGY. 3IADE BY FRANK
Thunander. price 565. Can be seen at United
Carriage Co.. Seventh and Taylor.
FOR SALE A GOOD SQUARE PIANO. IN
excellent condition; very cheap. Address G
17, care Oregonlan.
FOR SALE CHEAP; EDISON'S MOVING
picture machine, complete outfit. S30 Williams
ae., Portland, Or.
YOUNG FIFTEEN - SIXTEENTHS JERSEY
cow, fresh, for tfale cheap. Apply 662 East
Main, cor. ISth.
Magic lanterns, new. second-hand, moving pic
tures. Bullard & Breck. 131 Post, San Fran.
$8 FOR A NEW GAS COOKER: $2 CASH.
balance $2 per month Gas Co.. 174 Fifth st.
50 RIGS. 300 SETS HARNESS. 50 SADDLES.
and good horses, bargains. 211 Washington st.
FOE SALE 3 WELL-3IATCHED TEA3IS.
Call at Oregon stables. Sixth and Couch Ut.
8 HEAVY HORSES. 3 SETS DOUBLE AND
single harness. Call Seventh and Stark ets.
For sale or trade 10 acres Improved fruit
ranch; a bargain. 3IcPherson. Gllman Hotel.
A. WICKE, 1st and Market, low-priced cash
grocer. Free delivery- Phone South 276.
SHERMAN. CLAY & CO.. R003IS 16 AND 17
Russet building, cor. Fourth and Morrison.
Etelnnay & Sons. A. B. Chase and Emerson
pianos. A. B. Chase and W. W. Putnam or
gans. Cash or installment. Gramophones and
Regina music boxes.
ELEGANT NEW PIANO FOR RENT. VERY
cheap. Graves & Co.. 265 Alder st., near
BEST UPRIGHT PIANO The Jacob Doll. Rent
applied on purchase money. Slnshelmer. 72 3d.
For Rent Handsome oak upright piano, nearly
new. Call or address 141 West Park.
SOULE BROS.. EXPERT TUNERS. 107 FIRST
st. Phones. Ellers P'ano Hous.
HELP WAXTED 5IALE.
FORE3IAN R. R. WORK, $40 TO ?60, BOKr;
camp blacksmith, J2.50; manue engineer. SiJ
board; Jap porter. $20; logcrr, farmhands:
woodchoppers. restaurant help plenty of
work; don't fall to call. Oiuaiian Agency.
TELL JNO. WALLACE, CALL (COOK). MAN
cook, wife helper, etc.. for Gray's Harlwr
town, ?50 together; call early. Swede night
cook wanted. Drake. 152 First,
SEVERAL SEWING MACHINE SALES3IEN;
salary and commission. Call at White office,
cor. Second and Morrison, today, between 10
and 12, or address H. S. Smith.
A BRIGHT. EXPERIENCED YOUNG MAN,
nbout 20 ears of age, for office. In wholesale
house. Addrecs C 31, giving age, previous oc
cupation and references.
WANTED A YOUNG 3IAN WHO THOR
oughly understands dry goods and can handle
fine dress goods; city references. Address Dry
Goods, care Oregonlan.
THREE SOOD, EARNEST WORKERS FOR
wholesale house: must hnve small capital to
begin with; permanent position; good salary.
P 28. Oregonlan.
WANTED THREE FIRST-CLASS SPECIAL
ty salesmen; references. Address Manager,
room 1006. 165 Dearborn st,, Chicago. 111.
WANTED AT ONCE: A TAILOR WHO CAN
make coats, or can make only pants and vests.
Address A. B. Stahl. Forest Grove, Or.
HARNESSMAKERS WANTED: EXPERI
enced In factors' work. Apply to Breyman
Leather Co., 73 Front st.
WANTED A FIRST-CLASS WOOD-TURNER;
permanent position. Wheeler, Osgood & Co..
WANTED WELL-EDUCATED YOUNG MAN.
about 20 years of age. for office work. Q 2S,
MAN W'lTH $25 CASH TO HELP FORWARD
business that will pay him f 60 month. 2C0
Worklngman's Barber Shop; haircut 15c, shave
10c: 6 chairs. Ed Dennlspn. 205 Morrison st.
Cash for acceptable Ideas. State If patented. Ad
dress THE PATENT RECORD. Baltimore. Md.
WANTED PATTERN-31AKERS AND MA
chlnlsts. Willamette Iron & Steel Works.
WANTED YOUTH. STRONG, WDLLING TO
work. Address W 30. care Oregonlan.
WANTED AN OFFICE BOY. ADDRESS N
28. care Oregonlan.
HELP AVAXTED FE3XALE.
2 WAITRESSES FOR E. WASH. HOTEL, $1S,
separate rooms. Also Al domestics, arm wait
resses, etc.. city. Second girl, S15. R, G.
Drake, 152 First,
HOUSEKEEPER BY 3IAN. ONE CHILD: Ap
plications without reference will not be con
sidered, no objection to child. Address T 27.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS SALES PEOPLE,
ladles or gents. Apply Great Eastern Tea
Co.. 326 Washington st, and 223 First.
WANTED TWO YOUNG AND ATTRACTIVE
chorus girls; good salary. Call Newman's
Theatrical Agency. 141 Seventh.
WANTED EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework: must be good cook. Apply
22S Union avenue. North.
WANTED LADY WHO HAS HAD SOME Ex
perience In tailoring, at Pallay's tailor room.
211 Allsky building. '
WANTED GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework: family of four. Call today. 527
Kearney, near 16th.
FIRST-CLASS FINISHER AND MAKER ON
tailor-made shirtwaists; must be good sewer
SWEDISH OR GERMAN GHIL TO DO GEN
eral housework. 782 Lovejoy, between 23d
WANTED-YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST WITH
housework; no washing. Apply 435 East l'th
15 TO 30 NEW ORDERS EVERY DAY: CALL
often. Canadian Emp, Parlors, 226JA 3lomson.
COMPETENT GIRL TO DO GENERAL
housework; no washlpg. Apply 6S1 Everett st.
GIRL-FOR UPSTAIRS WORK AND HELP
to wait on table. Hotel Rheln. 232 Front st.
WANTED-GIRL TO ASSIST WITH HOUSE
work In small family. Inquire 304 Salmon nt,
WANTED MILLINERY MAKER; ALSO
nood seamstress. Allen, King & Co.
GIRL WANTS PLACE TO DO GENERAL
housework. 702 Seventh st.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. 52S Taylor street.
GpOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
Apply 410 Second st, .
WANTEI AR3I WAITREES FOR RESTAUR-
ant, 1C9 Fourth st.
WANTED A GOOD GIRL IN SMALL FAM
ily. C92 Hoyt st.
INFORM JAMES CBANNING. CTTY. OF
losses unsatisfactorily settled by Insurance
Co.. North America,
TO BUY HOUSE AND LOT OR VACANT
lot. for residence. West Side. Inquire 545
BEST PRICES PAID FOR ALL KINDS OF
household goods. 249 Fifth. Phone Clay 0S1.
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
3IAN OF EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
wishes position with reliable business house.
Not afraid to work and begin at bottom: enn
furnish references as to character. Address
F SO, care Oregonlan.
YOUNG 31AN WANTS POSITION AS STEN
ographer and collector; best of reference. B
31, care Oregonlan.
ENGINEER. 11 YEARS' EXPERIENCE RAIL
road location and construction, desires posi
tion with railroad mint: or contractor; will
go to foreign countries. Address E 27. care
SITUATION WANTED BY YOUNG MAN.
aged IS. strong and willing to drive grocery
wagon or work in wholesale house. Address
H. -G., 405 Stark street, city.
SHEEPMAN WANTS POSITION OF RANCH
manager or herder: experienced in the busi
ness. Address D 23. care Oregonlan.
JAPANESE (GOOD BOY) WANTS SITUATION
In any place to help cooking. 10 North Third
LADY WISHES POSITION AS HOUSEKEEP
er or chambermaid in rooming-house; experi
enced. J 28, care Oregonlan.
A YOUNG GIRL WANTS POSITION TO COOK
for board and attend Harrison School. O 27,
ORDER CHA3IBERMAIDS AND D03IESTIC3
or any help. Drake. 152 First. Both phones.
A LADY "WISHES SITUATION IN CANDY
factory: no experience. Address S 28, care
AGENTS "LD7E OF MOODY." BY DR.
Chapman, sells like wildfire. We guaran
tee $5 a. day and send outfit absolutely free
on receipt. J. L. Nichols & Co., Napervllle,
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED A FURNISHED HOUSE. IN GOOD
locatlorr. on West SId: must be modern In
every respect, and have af least four bed
rooms. Address 31 22, care Oregonlan.
WANTED TO RENT OR LEASE. APRIL 1.
G-room cottage. In good location, with some
yard room; West Side. Address, giving loca
tion and price. X 20. care Oregonlan.
WANTED TO RENT 3IODERN HOUSE. NOT
less than 0 rooms; would take lease for 3 to 6
years; West Side, and good location. U 30,
THE SPALDING. S. E. COR. PARK AND
Alder sts.. under the management cf the
owner. Hlen F. Spalding The meet complete
apartment-house in the Northwest: choice
rooms, for gentlemen cr gentleman and wife;
furnished housekeeping suites a specialty.
THE NEWCASTLE. S. E. COR. THIRD AND
Harrison sts. Rooms, furnished or unfur
nished: all modern conveniences: references.
THE GILBERT LARGE. WFLL-FURNISHED
rooms; all modern conveniences. Third and
Taylor sts.; entrance, 267 Taylor.
120 10TH. BETWEEN WASHINGTON AND
Alder Pleasant furnished front room, one or
two gentlemen: reasonable.
PLEASANT ROOMS. 364 TAYLOR STREET.
Bath, heat, phone: reasonable; two blocks
from Portland Hotel.
413 TAYLOR. BETWEEN 10TH AND 11TH
Newly furnished front room, for one or two
THREE NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS:
bath, gas range, etc; terms reasonable. 187
12 th st.
THE CLE3IENT. 6th and Oak rts. Nicely fur
nished rooms, steam heat and electric lights.
GILMAN HOTEL Brick bldr.. central; fur
nished rooms. 51 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 at.
Rooms "With Board.
PORTLAND W03IENS UNION: 12TH YEAR;
rocms with board: enameled bath tubs; use
of library: Woman's Excangc: Industrial
school. Address Mra. E. C George, superin
tendent, 510 Flanders street.
THE VEND03IE FA3IILY HOTEL FUR
nlshed rooms, with board. $1 a day up. Includ
ing steam heat and baths; first-class trade 00
Hclted. Cor. 13th and Alder.
NEW FURNISHED R003IS, WITH BOARD,
for two or three gentlemen or man and wife;
all modern conveniences. R 2S, care Orego
nlan. ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ALCOVE. REA
sonable. board if required; furnace heat, bath,
phone. 72 N. 14th, cor. Everett.
NICE SUITE R003IS. WITH BOARD; 3IOD
crn conveniences. Inquire 101 11th st., be
tween Yamhill and Taylor.
PLEASANTLY FURNISHED ROOM AND
first-class beard, for two gentlemen. Mrs.
3Iontelth. 403 Yamhill.
LYNDELL. 534 3IORRISON NEW MANAGE
ment; elegantly furnished rooms, with board.
OSEORN HOUSE Al board and rooms. $4.50
week. J. W. King Cator, late from Chicago.
ELEGANT R003IS. ' WITH GOOD BOARD;
All conveniences; best location. 220 11th st.
FOR RENT ROOMS AND BOARD; HOME
cooking; English family. 215 12th st.
NICELY" FURNISHED R0031 WITH BOARD.
141 West Park.
215 10TH THREE NICELY" FURNISHED
connecting housekeeping rooms; gas range,
bath and telephone: centrally located.
STRANGERS' HOME. 2TSU. FIRST AND
Burnside Furnished rccms; also rocms for
light housekeeping: transient.
LONDON HOUSE. 63 FIRST. COR. PINE
Lovely furnished housekeeping rooms; water
in kitchen; respectable, quiet.
THIRD STREET. 1S0 TWO CONNECTING,
light, back rooma furnished for housekeep
ing. $6 month; central.
ELEGANTLY FURNISHED FLAT. WITH
gas range and telephone: also suite if desired.
133 10th, cor. Alder.
NICE. LARGE UNFURNISHED R0031. WITH
bay window, grate; connects kitchen. 201 13th
st,. cor. Taylor
HOUSEKEEPING SUITES AND SINGLE
rooms for rent at The Oroville, 22S& Wash
435 ALDER UNFURNISHED BASE3IENT;
light and cheerful; use of bath and telephone;
LAR.GE FRONT SUITE, HANDS03IELY AND
completely furnished, for housekeeping. 431
413 3IAIN. COR. 11TH NICELY' FURNISHED
suite; telephone and' gas range If desired; no
LARGE FURNISHED FRONT ALCOVE
room, with heat, gas and bath, ?S. 40 North
SITUATION WANTED-BY GER3LVN GIRL,
to do general houcework. Call 02 Overton ct.
FOUR UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR fO AND
two upstairs for ?3. Apply 446 Clay st.
OAK ST.. 327, NEAR SIXTH TWO FUR
nished rooiro, for housekeeping.
R0031S FOR RENT AT 553 EAST ANKENY
FOR RENT MODERN HOUSE. 11 ROOMS,
bath, ckeets. cement basement, electric lights;
choice location: ?35 to responsible tenant.
Montague & Borden, 220 Stark st.
FOR RENT VERY NEAT O-ROOM COTTAGE,
bath, etc; close to bridge and car line: en
Grand ave.; rent S16 pr month. J. W. Ogil
bee, room 11. H5H First st.
FOR RENT FURNISHED. DESIRABLE
bouse of 10 rooms, with large yard. In th
northwect portion of the city, convenient tc
-3d-street-car line; for six months, beginning
April. Address D 31, Oregonlan.
$8 PER MONTH: 3-ROOM FLAT; BATH
room, clothes closet, pantry, woodshed; al!
furnished for housekeeping: 632 Seventh, two
blocks Bputh of Grant st. Phone Union 545.
FOR RENT FURNISHED COTTAGE, FIVE
rooms, nicely located, on Third-street tar; no
ShJLlU.en: J20 T aonth. David S. Stearns,
249" Washington t.
$13 PER 310NTH: 6-ROOM COTTAGE. NICE
ly furnished, for housekeeping; 200 East 37th
L Phone Union 545.
WELL.FURNISHED HOUSE. NICE. LARGE
grounds, flowers; good location; no dogs; ref
erences. 401 12th st.
Houses for Rent Furniture for Sale.
37 ROOMS. ELEGANT FURNITURE. STEAM
heat, hrick building. 26 rooms, good furni
ture, comer flat, 22 rooms, up to date In
every respect- 15-room flat, corner: good buy.
0-room flat, elegant furniture. Have many
others. See me before buying. C. E. Ben
nett, 127t Fourth st.
FOR SALE FURNITURE OF FINE 10-ROOJt.
wcll-furnlahed houre; -centrally located: all
rooms occupied: eicknees is reason for selling
this bargain, for cash only. Address W .14,
22 elegant furnished rooms; central and good
location; a argaln. H 13, Oregonlan.
STOREROOM AND SHELVING. Al LOCA
tlon. for any kind business; corner, brick
block: cheap rent. 228 Russell street,
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. OFFICE
of U. S. Surveyor-General. Portland, Or.. Feb.
24. 1000. Sealed propceals will be received at
this office until 12 o'clock noon, on March 26,
1000. fcr runnlnr. measuring and marking, in
accordance with official existing regulations,
and such special Instructions as may be Issued
by the Surveyor-General, the following de
scribed surveys, viz.: T. 3. N...R. 37 E., 10
miles of subdivisions; T. 3. S., R, 43 E.. 12
miles of exteriors and CO miles of subdivis
ions; T. 2 N.. R. 4S E.. 27 miles of subdivis
ions; T. C N.. R. 42 E., 10 miles of ex
teriors and 28 miles of subdivisions; T. S
S-. R. 0 W., f miles of exteriors and 60
miles cf subdivisions; T. 15 S.. B, 3
E., 12 miles of exteriors and. 60 miles of sub
divisions; T. 30 S.. R. 6 W.r 10 miles of ex
teriors and 60 miles of subdivisions: T. 25
S.. R. 1 W., C miles of exteriors and CO mltea
of subdivisions; T. 25 S R. 2 W.. CO 'miles
of subdivisions. Legal rates of mileage are
tO, $7. ?5, $18. $15. $12; and $25. $23. $20, for
standard and meander, township and section
and connecting lines, respectively: the latter
rates, $18. $15. and $12. and $25. $23. and
$20. to be allowed only where the lands are
mountainous, heavily timbered or covered
with dense undergrowth. Bond with approved
securities for the faithful performance of the
contract will be required of the successful
bidder. The right Is 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 cf the Government
require It, Proposals must be submitted In
duplicate, to the undersigned, and Indorsed on
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.
OFFICE OF C Q. 3L. VANCOUVER BAR
racks. Wash.. February 8. 1000. Sealed pro
posals. In triplicate, will be received here
until 11 o'clock A, M.. 3Iarch 8. 1000. and
then opened, for printing at these headquar
ters during fiscal year ending June 30, 1001.
U. S. rcrves right to reject or accept any or
all proposals. Information furnished on ap
llcitlon. Envelopes containing proposal!
should be marked "Proposals for printing."
and addressed J. W,. JACOBS. C Q. 3L
STOCKHOLDERS' 3IEETING THE ANNUAL
meeting of stockholder of the Baby Home
will be held 3Iarch 13. 1000, at 2 o'clock P.
31., in room 733 Marquam building, this city.
for the purpose of hearing reports of officers,
outlining work and the election of a board of
15 directors, to serve the coming year.
F. S. AKIN. Secretary.
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Dis
trict of Oregon Whereas, on the 10th day
of February. 1000. Isaac Gray, John H. Jones,
Fred Stewart Drew, Andrew Newberg. Buck
Sue, Lon Moore, Isaac Gray. Jr John Creson,
Lew Haddle. William Hohback. Charles H.
Gllmore. "W. Means. Jsmcs L. Smith, Walter
Suen. William Smith, George J. Epperly. Al
bert Suen, Newton Hornbucklo. Normnn Ham
ilton and L. C. Turner filed a libel .In the Dis
trict Court of the United States for the Dis
trict of Oregon, against the steamer City
of Eugene, her boats, tackle, apparel and fur
niture. In a cause of contract for wages, civil
and maritime. And, whereas, by virtue of
process in due form cf 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 31.. 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
aforesaid, to show cause. If any they have,
why a final decree shourd not pass as prayed.
ZOETH HOUSER. U. S. Marshal.
BONDING ACT INSTALL3IENTS NOTICE IS
hereby given that Ordinance No. 11,470. an
Ordinance making a levy of a special tax
upon certain property assessed 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.
1900. same will be declared delinquent and
placed In the hands of the Chief of Police for
collection. FRANK HACHENEY,
March 1. 1000. City Treasurer.
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL NOT BE RE
eponslble for nay debts contracted by any one
on our account without written orders. D. E.
B-idd & Co.. C. N. Scott.
INDIAN CLAIRVOYANT AND MEDIU3t
The wonderful, gifted Indian squaw, bora
with two veils over face, tells, from cradle to
grave, past, present, future, and secrets re
vealed: warns against misfortune; sure guldj
to social and business success; heals all dis
eases by the use of Indian herbs. 3Irs. Prof.
Wlveatly-Howe. Separate parlor for ladle
and gentlemen. Strictly confidential. 271 5tn
St.. opposite City Hall. No stairs to cllrrb.
27 women wanted suffering from Irregular, pain
ful or stoppage of periods; leucorrhoea
(whites), and all complicated diseases pertain
ing to changes of life, cured by old Dr. Kess
ler. ccr. Second and Yamhlli sts. 329 women
called last month. Consultation free, and pri
vate rccms fcr ladles. If can't call, write.
Inclosing 10 2c stamps. Hundreds treated at
home by his new system.
DRESS SUITS RENTED. ALL SIZES. WE
call for. sponge, press and deliver on suit cf
your clothing each week, sow on buttjns. ss.v
up rips, for $1 per month. Dyeing, steam
cleaning and repairing. Unique Tallorirr Co ,
347 Washington, "both 'phones.
WILL SOME LADY WITH 3IONEY WHO
wants to go to Cape Nome write me? Am 40,
In good health, considered good looking, a mu
sician; photos exchanged: all answered. W. P.
Clinton, Aberdeen. Wash
CARPETS CLEANED CARPETS. WHY RIP
them up? Carpets cleaned on the floor. Car
pets look like new: removes grease and rtalns.
G. I. Aiken. Carpet Cleaner. 122U Fifth st.
Tel. Hood 723.
LADIES. WHY' EXPERI3IENT? OUR GUAR
antecd female regulator Is safe, prompt, sure.
Failure Impossible. Convincing samples. 50c
California Medicine Co.. 400 Clay st,, San
MANLY VIGOR RESTORED BY DR. ROB
erts Nerve Globules, one month's treatment
$2; 3 months, $5. Sent securely sealed by
mall. Agents. Woodard & Clarke, Portland.
ALWAYS GET THE BEST. ILLOND CHEM.
Co.'s Preventative Cones are the standard;
$1.50 per box. 6 for $7.50. Samples. lCc
P. O. box 074. Portland.
Godden Private Hospital. 211 Sherman; cancer,
catarrh, etc. cured cue month: guarantetd
treatment: $1; lovely home for ladles during
C03IMON SENSE BEAUTY PARLORS. FA
clal blemishes removed by electricity, cup,
roller and sponge. Lewis building.
WE PRINT 30 FINE VISITING CARDS. 25c:
50. 35c '250 business cards. $1; 5tO. $1 60.
Brown & Schmale. 220 1st at.
BILLY LEA'S BICYCLE HOSPITAL. 105 4TH.
Phone Cliy 041. Wheels called for, delivered.
CUT RATES Oregon Dye Works; cleaning and
dyeing. Burnside. near 8tb. Tel. Red 2003.
Otto Kllngbell. magnetic healer, 307 East Sixth
at,, treats any ;l:kness Ore. phone Scott C03.
CLOTHES 31ENDED FOR LADIES AND GEN
tlemen. Apply at room 45 Labbe building.
ELECTRIC LUNDRY REMOVED TO 126
Fifth st. Both phones. Give us a trial.
LADY. YOU GET RED STA31P3 AT CLEM
nnnn's drug store. 227 TanhlU street.
LOST AXD FOUXD.
LOST COCKER SPANIEL PUP. 0 MONTHS
eld; white spot en breast; tall very short;
name. "Ted." Return to 100 14th St., be
tween Yamhill end Taylor, and get reward.
Collar on dog.
LOST SMALL 3IOROCCO GRADE-BOOK,
pocket size. Finder will confer a great favor
by returning same to City Engineer's office.
LOST PURSE CONTAINING $11.20' GOLD,
silver, currency and keys. Return rcn 1
Rcld block. Reward. "
BUSINESS DIRECTORY BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
Asrrlcnltaral Implements, Machinery Ln dies' Fnrnlahincr Goods.
EDWARD HUGHES: WAGONS. CARRIAGES SPECIAL PETTICOAT SALE MON.. TUES.,
and farm machinery of all kinds. 100 Front. Wed.. gOc each. Gross & Weltgen. 214 First.
RUSSELL & CO ENGINES. BOILERS. SAW Ladies Tailoring.
mills, threshers, horse-powers. 324 Belmont.
. - Stephan's Dressmaking Establishment, for even-
JCIIN POOLE: Newton wagons, buggies, wind- ing gowns, tailor-made suits, etc. 280 Alder.
mills, pumps, machinery. Foot Morrison st.
' Ladder. Works.
LADDERS OF ALL KEDS. AND KITCHEN
Edison's Star Photlcon Parlors, 272 Morrison. conveniences. Cor. East Sixth and Oak. .
0 A. M. to 10 P. M. Ladles, sents. children.
. . Iron Founders and Machinists.
Art Goods and Plctnrc Frames. . . . . : rr-; , JT7T
. Smith Si Watscn Iron Works; ergtnes and boil-
BERNSTEIN'S ART STORE. 3C7 WASHING- era: logging engines a specialty: quartz and
ton at,; great clearance sale: special bargain. saw mills; mlsc machinery. Front and Hall.
T..r. ,.t jrnlTti CITY FOUNDRY & MACHINE SHOPS. J.
Aasaycrs and Acaiy.t. Honcyman Co.. engines, boilers, saw mills and
J. H. FISK. MLNERAL AS3AYER AND mining machinery. 301 Front st.
chemist: gold dust bought. -204 Washington. -Willamette Iron & Steel Works: James Lotan.
PAUL BAU31EL. ASSAYER AND ANALYST. mgr.; Iron-workers, steamboat bldrs. Portland.
Gold dust bought. 22SKSUrks Leather Findings.
PSg5f4S3 aylkGdVoUt J..A, RE1D. mfr; boot and shoe uppers: full
' """" " stock shoemakers' supplies. 207 Washington st.
Attorneys. Liquor and Tobacco Institutes.
hwSS1 nCnrarnbPa?CcfCComImeftrS' "Keeley Institute. 314 6th. cures liquor.- opium
Phone Hood 832. .13 Chamber cr tjommercc. ftnd tcUlcco addicti0IU Xo othcr in state.
g. H. GRUBER. Lawyer; mining, admiralty Matmetle Healers
anq collections specialties. Commercial block. jtaguetic neaiera.
JEFFREYS 4 WHITE, attorneys-at-law. prac- WELTMER METHOD ALISKY BLOCK.
tlce ln all courts. 420 Commercial block. room 315. Third and Morrison.
E. W. BINGHA3I. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. RE- MassaRe.
movei to 61 Union block. Portland. ;... .n ' .T TTT
. "THE SNOWDEN" BATHROOMS RE-
GEO. W, ILVZEN. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. 60S- opened. 131 4th; formerly "The Nelson"; tub
Cll Chamber of Commerce building. and vgper baths, massage. Tel. Red 421.
PIPES & TIFFT. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. 70S- LADY GtVFS VAPOR BATHS AND 3IASSAGE
711 Chamber of Commerce. at 313Vi Washington street, room 33.
Bakeries. Marble and Granite Works.
IT S Rakerr 3Iatschlner Brest, props.? breads. PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS: marble, gran-
wkeTplel'prlnndcraker 101 N. 14th! lte and stone work. Scbanen & Neu. 26S 1st.
cor. Flanders. "" : rrr-r .
Home Bakery & Dellcitc-Eesen; Boston baked
beans, cooked delicacies. 1S7 4th. Tel. Hood MRS. EHL. GRADUATE 3IIDWIFE. 124
071. "i North 14th st. Telephone West eS7.
Barber Shops. MInlnrr Investments.
HOWARD'S BARBER SHOP; FINEST BRAND OREGON EXPLORATION tz. DEVELOPMENT
cigars: 0 expert workmen. 2C8 Alder si. Co. 25.000 shares (second series) of the com-
. pany's treasury stock offered at slight advanc
Bath. over former prices. Arrangements to begin
milling ore from the Ruth Group have been
DEKUM Bathrooms: popular baths, massw. completed. Plans for future work jnade known
electricity. 714-15-JG Dekum. Phone Red 2S43. on application E. AXlem & Co 515 and 0I6
L Oregonlan building. Phone Red 2S22.
Card Writing. SUMPTER MINES RECENT GREAT STRIKE
,, , . - j T, mnZI IR Diadem and the shipping of ore advanced
Elegant Kiciety cards, any style. 25c per doz.. stock to o. Keyat0ise Belle 10c; Ohio. 20c
4 doz.. 5c H. Lnnis. Meier & Frank s. Watch for Great Northern stocks. See us
" before you Invest In mines. Dawson-McDow-
Carpenter and Builders. ell Co., 41 Sherlock bldg., Portland, Or.
JOHN A. 3IELTON, carpenter, builder; office Mininjr.
and store fixtures. Ore. tel. 747. 2S5 Stark.
' .,.. TTTT MONTANA METALLURGICAL WORKS;
W. D. BERKEY. CARPENTER AND BUILD- test ore. all kinds; gold. $1.50: silver. $1.30.
cr. general Job work. 300 First st. Send for full particulars. 02 .First st.
Chinese Medicines. 3Ilnlnjr Machinery.
Dr. Bins Chong, 101 2d fit.; Chinese root medl- FREE BOOKS: ALL ABOUT CAPE N03IE.
clne3 cure all diseases. Examination free. TATUM & BOWEN. 20 to 35 First st.
Chinese and Japanese Goods. Medical.
SUN SOON HUIE & CO.; MATTINGS. TEAS, NOTICE DR. PAUL CROMWELL. THE COL-
chlnaware; paper napkins. 247 Yamhill. ored specialist, will now give people a chance
, . to get well. All persons residing in city, treat-
Chlropodlsta. ment by week, $5. To stay at sanitarium, $2
per day. Persons of moderate means will like
WM. DEVF.NY & MAUD DEVENY. THE to take advantage of this offer, for one month
only scientific chiropodists, room 301 Allsky ?. 1"1 Green ave. Take Washington and
bldg., 3d and MorrUAn. Oreg. phone Grant 1U 23d-street car.
L. 3IITCHELL, EXPERT CHIROPODIST. OF- Br- Flora A. Brown; diseases of women and,
flee 160 3tn bt,. opp. postoftiee. Tel. Hood 014. children a specialty. Consultation and diag-
nosis free. 517-513 The Dekum. Portland. Or.
Miss Dart, chiropody and manicuring, room 50 ' , Z I "
Union blk. 1st and Stark. 0 A. 31. to 5 P. M. Greek Rheumatic Specific, guaranteed to cure
I rheumatism. L. T. Lewis, 252 Washington.
denning- nnd Dycinsf ,. ! "
French Cleaning & Dyeing Works; J. Delcau, ' . " , . .
prop. Phone Red 005. 445 Glisan st. VVj",rV v,'a.' 'i f0?8 mxislc rumUSl1;
" Italian strings'and old violins for sale. Emil
nnirrnvimt Thlelhorn. M. P. S. Orch.. 260 Jefferson. TeL
, nainojimi. Wej?t I(HM
hto(v?c!jiVp tjcc Lessons 50c: piano, guitar, banjo, mandolin, vlo-
ltt) PARK ST lln Instruments for sale. Mrs. Martin, 104 1st.
&8$!5?HflE Pifnl0M?IRn?y $ STS?'
and domestic trouble; unites the separated and -Mrs, -icmtyre. J bixta a... cor. .Madison.
restores lost affection. If in aoubt. trouble or nMni
aaiersity. call on this gifted medium, and he uaieayntny.
will help you. Mediums developed in from 3 . . ...,,.,. .t. . .. ..,.
to G montns. Hours. 9 A. M. to 3 P. M. La- DR. W. A ROGERS, OSTEOPATH. SUITE
dies. $1; genUemen. $2. 533 Marquam bldg.; acute and chronic dls-
eases. Ladles wishing' lady operator will be
Commli.lon Merchunli attended by Dr. Rhoda C. HIcka. graduate
, commission jurtuunii. under Dr. A. T. Still, founder of Osteopathy.
HERMAN METZGEE. PURCHASER OF Phone Main 27.
ChdSonsm f- Z0rFJnyn0m "
TSatatoBN' mefchanU tockS1 DP" - B' SMITH. PIONEER OSTEOPATH.
Portlaud. Or! mercfiaau' Sherlock building. 3nite 400 Oregonlan building. Phone Oak 421.
W V Savre & Co. commission nrodiir mr. imS' DR- C- J- RAMSEY. OSTEOPATHIST.
chMtradvancMoncSnlment wepSS au,te 4la The Dekum building; diseases of
cnanta. advances on consignments. 146 Front. wcmen a specialty; examinations free. Phone
ALLEN & LEWIS, COMMISSION AND TRO- Main 310.
duce merchants. Front & D sts., Portland, Or. ' Pal i
EVERDING & FARRELL. commission, butter. . .. ,. : ;
eggs, chickens and farm produce. Portland. Miss Jarie W hite, scientific palmist, reads past
y and future correctly. Lewis bldg., room US.
H. TUKE CO.. 234 FRONT; FLOUR. HAY, Z
produce, feed and groceries. Orearon iavl Company.
Cornices Sylluhta. Lewis bldg.. Park- and 3Iorrlson. Free Health
, lectures to women Thursday, at 2:20 P. M.
METAL SKYLIGHTS. GALVANIZED IRON ZT "
cornices. J. C. Bayer. 285 Second street. J atents.
Creameries. T J. GEISLER, 610-611 CHAMBER OF COM.
Registered attorney U. S. patent office.
WASHINGTON CREAMERY; PURE BUTTER. , . . 7"
cream; bakery goods. Both phones. G. G. Photographers.
Mayger. 420 Washington- "
If you wish fine portraits, call on Churchley.
Curled-Hair Manufacturers. WV.rk guaranteed; prices reasonable. Hi'.i 3d.
Portland Curled-Hair Factory. H. Metzger, pro- PhotoRraphlc Supplies.
prletor, manufacturer curled hair and genuine
curled-hair mattresses. 236-228 Front &u Both WOODARD, CLARKE CO.. WHOLESALE
phones. and retail, cor. Fourth and Washington.
Dcntnl Supplies. Real Estate. Loans and Rentals.
WOODARD. CLARKE CO.. ATKINSON. WAKEFIELD CO.; STAE-
Cor. Fourth and Washington sts. llshed 1SG6. 227 Stark st.
MISS HAWKINS. LADDZS' TAILOR AND Strouse's Cafe; best 25c meal; famous coffee and
dressmaker; good fit guaranteed. 424 Wash. cake. lCc 222 Washington, bet. 1st and 2d.
Dentists. Riding; Academies.
HENRY P. O'CONNOR. D. M. D., 602 MAR- Portland Riding Academy: training and board-
quam building. Morrison. sL. bit. 6th and 7th. lng stables; complete and select. 30th and N.
DR. C. B. BROWN: teL Ore. Red 2810; ret. The Portland Riding Club, fine livery, suddlo
White 634. 514-15-16 Dekum bulldinr. horses a specialty. Park and Jefferson.
Dyelnir and Clenuincr. Safes.
H. W TURNER. PROFESSIONAL DYER AND SAFES. SAFES. BANK WORK. LOCK DEPT.
cleaner. 301 17th. Telephone Red 131. opening lockouts, repairs. J. E. Davis. 66 3d.
Educational. Safe Experts.
PORTLAND BUSINESS COLLEGE. Fifth and OPENING LOCKOUTS. AND REPAIRERS.
Yamhill; A P. Armstrong. Prin., J. a. Wesce. Dilg & Vlerick. Allsky bldg.. 3d & 3Iorrhon.
Sec. Open all the year. Students admitted at
any time. Catalogue free. Saw Mill .Machinery.
HOLMES' ENGLISH AND BUSINESS COi- Christenson-McMaster 3Iachlnery Co.; new an.J
lge. 414 Yamhlil St. Engllsc course; com- second-hand machinery. E. Watr E Tr-'ij.
inercial and shortnand courses. Send lor cat-
aloguc Second-Han d Goods.
ALL ENGLISH BRANCHES TAUGHT; teach- "Wo buy everything, clothing, furniture, etc. Call
ers prepared for examination. 361 Yamhill. 0r artdres 32 Third st. Telephone Hood 6S5.
Electric Belts. Storage nnd Transfer.
DR. SCHRA3IECK'S ELECTRIC 3ELTS ARE SAKES. PIANOS. FURNITURE MOVED AND
the beat; examine belts. J.Ofe Front st. packed for shipping, a M. Olseiu. 12S First.
" Tel. office. Main 10S7: Black 801.
Fence and Wire Vk orlu..
STORAGE AT LOW RATES CAN BE HAD
PORTLAND WIRE & UtON WORKS: WIRE t Fred Bickel's storehouse. 31 North Front.
and iron fencing, offlcs railing, etc 334 Alder. .
Wall Paper and Paints.
OLD EAST PORTLAND FENCE AND WIRE
Works: A. Carlson; 2S0 East Morrison st. STROWBRIDGE PAINT & OIL CO.; WALL
paper, sash, doors. builders' hardware. 123
Fraternal Insurance. G-and ave.
Ancient Order Red Cress provides death, acci- Showcases and Store Fixtures.
dent, disability, old age and funeral benefits.
Agents wanted, liberal terms; write cr call DIXON. BORGESON CO.. FRONT AND
on D. C. Rogers, 20u Morrison. Wajhirocton tts.
Guns, FlshiuK Tackle, Spurt's: Goods. Syrup Refiners.
H. Bcal. guns. fi9hing tackle, porting goods Wtstacott & Knight, syrup refiners, mfgr. gro-
and cutlery. 40; Tnird st.. Portland. Or. ccrs: both phones. E. Alder and E. Morron.
Harness unU Saddles. Storage.
THE BREYMAN LEATHER CO.. HAR- OVERLAND STORAGE WAREHOUSE.
ness and sole leather, saddlery, hardware. And- Fourth and Davis. Merchandise a specialty,
legs aqd shoe store supplies. ,Z Front st. Insurance rates low: storage rates reasonable.
. .s.,. . .,.,....,. Tr- Careful attention given to country coniirn-
THE GEORGE LAWRENCE CO. WHOLE- menu. Tel. Or. 31aln 777: Columbia 076.
sale taddlcrs and harness manufacturers,
leather and-saddlery hardware. 72 Front st. Stoves, Ranges, Household Hardware
Hosiery. LOWENBERG- GOING CO.. 3IFRS. OF
Z ; r TZZ ... stoves, ranges and hollowware; wholesale
aeamleM hosiery; Winona Mills. N. Y.; Street sheet meUls. sheet steel, camp and cll stove
sons. General Salesmen. 324 14. near Clay. housefurnishing hardware. 2i and Taylor.
Hotels. Hardware; sc:e sgt. Universal stoves & ranges,
j- housefurnishing goods. J J. Kadderly. 141 1st.
TREMONT HOUSE: newly furnished rooms,
$1.50 a week up. J. E. Clark. 313 Everett. Alr-TIght Stove Mfg. Co.: Cape Nome stoves,
Z tlnsmithing. Front & Columbia. Tel. N. 306.
HAMBURG - BREMEN FHtE INS. CO.. 103 .
First st. Boyd & Arnola. Ueneral Agents. ALLEN & LEWIS. WHOLESALE GROCERS.
. Z ; cor. N. Front end Davis sts.. Portland. Or.
Iron Founders, Mach'sts, Ship B'ld'rs.
' Wholesale Drurrsists.
Wolff & Zw.rker Iron Works: designers and ---
mtP- ,?,f. "nil's, steamboats, marine, mining WOODARD. CLARKE & CO.. WHOLESAL31
1 and milling machinery; riveted steel plp. druggists, corner Fourth and Washington.
MRS. WALLACE. RELIABLE CLAIRVOYANT
and psyche life-reader; consult her on busl
nw afTiirs. love troubles, absent friends:
good advice on mines; reading dally. 50c and
up. 167tj First street, office 7 and 8.
LARSEN. THE PALMIST. WILL TELL THE
year when all leading events in life take place;
past and future readings. 50c 2S5& First et.
MRS. J. A. SMITH, medium and magnetlo
healer, roora 0 Oroville. 22St-i Washington st."
MRS. C. CORNELIUS. TEST MEDIUM: SIT
ttngs dally Allsky bldg.. Third and Morrison.
3IR3. STEVENS. Psychic, inrplraf.cn writings.
25c Sittings daily. GOc up. 342fc First St.
"Wood and Coal.
OAK WOOD. $4.73; SAWED FIR.
Nlckum. 32 Water Both phones.
MONEY TO LOAN on furniture or good securi
ties. S. W. King, room 45 Washington bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL KINDS OF SE
curlty. Wm. Holl. room 40 Washington bids.
LOANS en real, rersonai. chattel or ealary se
curity. C W. Pallett 5 Commercial block.
LOANS: FURNITURE. PIANO. ETC.: LOW
rates; private party. 310 Allsky building.
$5000 to 52000 to responsible parties, improved
city real property. 6 per cent. 534 Cb. Com.
State funds loansd at 6 per cent. W. E. Thomas,
State Agt. for Mult. Co-.. 4C0 Chamber of Com.
LOANS WITHOUT PUBLICITY ON FURNI
ture, pianos, salaries, etc. Can be paid ln
Installments, reducing Interest. Rates lower
than the lowest. F. W. Graves, 3Igr.. 2S3
Alder, near 4th. ground floor. Tel. Green 444,
$200,000 TO LOAN AT 5'A. 6. 7 PER CENT.
City and suburban property for sale and rent.
Agent for Westchester fire Insurance Co.
Wm. .G. Beck. 321 Morrison et.
3IONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS FP.03I $25 TO"
$500. on all clashes of security. R. I. Ecker
son & Co.. room 5 Washington building.
ANY AMOUNT LOANED ON FURNITURE,
pianos, real estate and all kinds of security
C H. Thompson. 128 3d st. Phone itnln rt2S.
3IONEY TO LOAN. 6 per cent, farm or city
property. O. 31. Smith. 814 Ch. cf Commerce.
LOANS ON LODGING-HOUSES. TIANOS,
etc.; low rate. Room 215 Commercial bt;rk.
LOANS on chattels cr salaries: lowest rates;
strictly private: s?c us first. 604 The Dekum.
3IONET TO LOAN.
HARTMAN. TH03IPSON &. POWER3.
3 Chamber of Commerce.
MONEY LOANED ON BICYCLES. PIANOS,
furniture and other securities. W. A. Hath
away, room 10 Wash. bldg. Phone South 7S1.
LOAD'S IN LARGE OR S3IALL A3IOUNTS (.
Portland or outside real estate. 226 Ablngtcn
Money to loan on Clackamas County lands. 0 Der
I cnt. E. F. R!Iy. 60S Chamber cf Commerce.
FOR SALE A STOCK OF GENERAL 3IER
chandlse. invoice $3500; the only store ln tha
place, and ntuated ln the best farming sec
tion ln the WjJIamette Valley; wbthes to sell
fcr cash only; a place worth investigating.
25, care Oregcnlan.
BIG MONEY 3IADE BY BUYTNG SHARES OF
the Century Oil Company. Incorporated under
the laws of Oregon; quoted at California -official
oil exchange. Room 40. Washington
PARTNER WANTED WITH ?1300 OR $2000
cash to Invent In a good, established business;
ladles and gents' furnishings. Address P. O.
box 307. Vancouver. Wash.
WANTED 3IANAGER FOR OREGON: PER
manent. paying business; $700 capital neces
6ary: something new; merit. Herrl"k. 1417
Brush St.. O&kiand, Cat.
ONE-THIRD INTEREST IN 112 ACRES; 1C0
fenced, 8 acres prune, apple and peach trees,
6 to 0 years old. E. A. 3Iack. Oakland, Or.
FOR SALE FIRST-CLASS GROCERY: IX
voice about $1200; a snap, worth investigat
ing. Address Bell, care Oregonlan.
$2C0 WILL BUY A GROCERY AND FRUIT
stand, doing good business; ownr has other
business; a snap. 150 Sixth st.
OLD-ESTABLISHED BUSINESS; INVOICES
$15.CG0 to flb.COO; want to retire from busi
ness. B 33. care Oregcnlan.
FOR SALE ONE OF THE BEST-LCCATED
50-barrel flouring mlllo In the Willamette Val
ley. S 23, care Oregonlan.
FOR LEASE NEW GREENHOUSE AND
grounds: centrally located. Ira B. Sturgus,
Baker City. Or.
OREGON STEAM DYEING & CLEANING
Works fcr sale or for rent. Inquire 22 l.Ighth
FOR SALE First-class grocery: cash buslncsj;
a snap. S J. Channing. C33 East 3Iorrison.
SALOON FOR RENT; GOOD LOCATION. 1N
qulre 22 Elglith st. north.
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY
' OF OREGON.
ICO THIRD STREET.
Money to loan on mortgage.
A general trust and agency business transacted.
BENJ. I. COHEN President
H. L. P1TTOCK. A. S. NICHOLS VIce-Pres.
E. J. ALTSTOCK. J. O. GOLTRA... Secretaries
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF PORTLAND. OR.
Designated Depositary and Financial Agent of
the United States.
President H. W. CORBETT
Cashier , J....G. E. WITHINGTON
Aeolrtant Cashier J. W. NEWKIRK
Second Assistant Cashier W. C. ALVORD
Letters of credit issued, available ln Europe
and the Eastern states.
Sight exchange and telegraphic transfers sold
on New Y'ork. Breton. Chicago, St. Louis, St.
Paul. Omaha. San Francisco and the principal
points ln the Northwest.
Sight and time bills drawn in sums to suit on
London. Paris. Berlin. Frankfort-on-the-Maln.
Honff Kong, Yokohama. Copenhagen, Christi
an. Stockholm. St. Petersburg. Moscow. Zu
Collections made on favorable terms.
LADD TILTON. BANKERS
ESTABLISHED IN 1S50.
Transact a General Banking Businc .
Interest allowed on tim-; deposits.
Collections made at all points on favorable
term. Letters of credit Issued available In Eu
rope and the Eastern states. ,
Sight Exchanre and Telegraphic Transfers
fiold on New York. Washington. Chicago, St.
Louis. Denver. Omaha. San Francisco and vari
ous points in Ortgon, Washington, Idaho, 3Rn
tana and British Columbia.
Exchange sold on London, Paris, Berlin,
Frankfort and Hong Kong.
WELLS. FARGO & CO. BANK
CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $6,230,000
JOHN J. VALENTINE PRESIDENT
H03IER S. KING 3IANAGER
R- M. DOOLEY CASHIER
JOHN E. 3IILES ASSISTANT CASHIER
General Banking Business transacted. Ex
change sold, and Letters of Credit Issued, avail
able in all parts off the world.
MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
J.FRANK WATSON -..President
R. L. DURHA3I Vice-President
R. W. HOYT Cashier
GEO. W. HOYT Assistant Cashier
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING
Interest paid on time deposits.
Drafts and letters of credit Issued, available
In all parts of the world.
Collections a specialty. Gold dust bought.
LONDON AND S VN FRANCISCO BANK
LIMITED. CAPITAL PAID UP $2,450,000
Head Office, 73 Lombard street. London.
This bank transacts a general banking and
exchange business: makes Ionris. dircountu bills
and issues ccmmerdal and travelers' credits,
available In any city in the v.orld.
Chamber of Commerce bulldlr.e-. Third and
Stark. strecte. V. IfACKtNTOSH, 3U;iagar.
AINSWORTH NATIONAL BANK
OF PORTLAND, cor. Third and Oak sts.
J. C. AINSWORTH. Pres.; W. W. PHILLIPS.
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Exchange bought and sold on all the principal
cities in Europe. Also facilities for telegraphic
transfers. Collections made on favorable terma
on alt accessible points.
SAFE DEPOSIT DEPART3IENT
Conrc:ed with the bank. Safes rented on easy
THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK
Tranructs a General Banking Business.
Drafts iscued available In all cities of the
United States and Europe.
President TYLER WOODWARD
Vice-President JACOB KA3I3I
Cashier f. C. MILLER
BANK OP TVRTTTKTT rv-iT.TTM-OT
PAID-UP CAPITAL S3.000.COO
Head Office. CO Lombard street. London.
Com'I block, 214 Washington St.. Portland.
E- LEA BARNES, Manager.