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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, THURSDAY, MAR$H 29, 1900.
:lassifieo ad. rates
Booms." "Robins and Board." "Housekeer-
Booms." "Situations Wanted." 15 words, or
e. IB cents; 10 to 20 words. 20 cents: 21 to 25
rda, 25 cents, etc. No disccunt for additional
;NDER ALL OTHER HEADS except "New
iy," 30 centa for 15 words cr less; 16 to 20
rds, 40 cents: 21 to 25 words. CO cents, etc
it Insertion. Each additional Insertion. oi
it: no further discount under one month.
NEW TODAY' fgauge measure agate), 13
its per line, first Insertion; 10 cents per lb
each additional Insertion.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
J VESTMENTS ...
300 acres, GO unaer cultivation, iair zarm
wmse. rood barn, all fenced, slghtllcr than
t.Iount Tabor: a magnificent site for a coun
try home; easy terms, wuw.
6 acres near lrwngwm. wun small nouoe,
6-room cottage on Fifth St., $1600.
0-room cottage on r irtn st.. $zouo.
-room house ana corner lot. urant ana sec-
7-rcom cottage, full lot. on East Oak. "close
6-room cottage, iuii jot, on tn si., jow.
Lota In Couch addition from $000 upwards.
Caruthera addition, irom $w upwards.
Furnished house for rent, 7 rooms. $20.
UAVIU S. SXEAIINS.
240 "Washington st. TeL. Main 229.
OOM HOUSE ON 7TH ST.. $1300.
8-room house on Front St.. $1200.
6-room house on carutners st.. $iuo.
e-room house at Mtv Tabor. $800.
6-room cottage at Woodlawn, $1000.
40 acres on East Elao, one mile from ait.
Residence property in all ports of the city
it special prises.
w.m. u. .ts.tA-.tv, ml .Morrison.
JR SALE 50x100. WITH A STRICTLY
Irsl-class 9-room house. This property la lo
cated 74C Johnson, Nob Hill. House Is mod
ern In every detail, ana was bunt at a cost
if S5400. Will be sold low and on favorabla
kerxr.3. W. IL Grindstaff. 246 Stark.
ict ctttc". flmtR noRKER ijay avu
Ecuse of 9 large, well-arranged rooms, strictly
noaern, close in; aeeiraDie neignoornooa. ana
-erv little money. Easy terms. W. H. Grind-
staff. 246 Stark.
2H FOR 3 ACHES ON MOUNT TABOR:
lightly, near care, oeautirui situation for a
In home: will sell part. $3000 for 75x100
feet on Gll9an at., choice property. Hart
and Co.. room 7 Sherlock blag.
50 Chicken ranch. 5-roo, nouse. good barn.
chickens, ducks, lncubatcr. brooders, hcrse.
vagon. running and well water: raid land
lease to Oct. 1; may be extended. A. Matte-
sen. 163 Madison st.
)R SALE TWO MODERN HOUSES. WEST
I Side, near In, very cheap. Plttenger, 245
I Morrison st.
2ST QUARTER OF BLOCK ON MARKET
two blocks from City Hall, five houses; pais
llO per cent on $15,000; will sell for $12,500.
I400-C9x200. WITH S-BOOM HOUSE. ON
iEast Eighth st. Also 6-room cottage in Hol-
lladaj-s addition. Miller. 305 Chamber Com.
lOR SALE BLOCK, WITH BUILDINGS
(for $25,000; tellers will lease lor a term or
years. Address N 29, care Oregonian.
ILACKAMAS COUNTS TAX ROLL AT OF-
fice of E. F. Riley, 608 Chamber of Commerce
Louse and lot. built to cult, installments: email
leash payments. Dammeler. 511 Marquom.
FOR. RENT FARMS.
ACRES IN KENILWORTH. HOUSE. ETC..
f.r rent cheap. Address H. C, care Ore
gonian. FOR SALB-FARMS.
ACRES IMPROVED LAND. WITH BUILD-
ilngs, etc., 7 miles from Portland, $4500.
140 acres partly improved land, with, house,
etc. 9 miles from Portland, $4500.
235 acres. 4 miles from Forest Grove. 25
miles from Portland: 80 acres improved,
lOOtS acres. 2 miles from Hlllsboro. 14 miles
from Portland.: well-Improved farm; $5000.
SO acres, 2 miles irom Newberg, 25 miles
from Portland, $1500.
106 acres, 2 miles from North Yamhill: a
good farm; $4000.
331 acres. 5 miles from North Yamhill, In
Moore's Valley, 60 acres cultivated, $3300.
300 acres. 8 miles from Dallas. 4 miles from
railroad; an excellent form, about one-half
In cultivation; $5000.
Good stock ranches In Douglas County. 4
miles from Oakland, from 500 to 2400 acres.
at from $5 to $12 per acre.
ior runner particulars appjy to
MACMASTER & BIRRELL.
Sll Worcester block, Portland. Or.
fOR SALE STOCK RANCH OF 2400 ACRES
in Douglas County. Or. All first-class nas-
lure land. 000 acres tillable, well watered, all
lencea, gooa orcnara ana lair outbuildings.
! Four miles from a town and within half a
mile of a siding on the S. P. R. R. line.
PrIcc $7 50 per acre: easy terms of payment.
For further particulars apply to MacmasUr
& Birreii. Fortiana. Or.
RARE CHANCE 1 AM INSTRUCTED TO
sell at a sacrifice, on account of owner being
i a nonresident, a well-improved 12-acre ranch
near Vancouver, Wash.; fine modern 5-room
cottage, barn, chicken sheds, creamery, well
ana pump; an xencca: fine soli. Apply at
once to J. H. ElwelL Vancouver. Wash.
IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE IN ALL
parts or Oregon and Washington; payments
made to euit purchasers. For full particulars
es to various properties, apply to Macmaster
t liirreu. 311 Worcester block.
ACRES FINE GRAIN. STOCK AND
dairy "arm in Linn County. Or.: to close an
estate, will sell less than appraised value;
terms on part; this is a bargain. J. A. Hcn
kle, 226 Ablngton building.
5 ACRES, ALL IN CULTIVATION. 8 MILES
east, iu acres in iruit: gooa improvements
bargain. Manager Pacific Pottery Works.
BARGAIN 10 ACRES OF CHOICE FRUIT,
house. Price, $800. Compson & Co., C18 Mar
quam. FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS.
SEWING MACHINES-GOOD SECOND-HAND
macmne. singer. N. F.. $5; White. $5; New
Home. $5: Standard. $16; Improved V. S.
Singer. $25; new machines. $25 and up. At
Wheeler &. Wilson office, 335 Washington St.,
unaer imperial Hotel.
Steamer dode for saBb. Eld1 tons burT
oen, lie icct long. zzz reet beam, draft 11
feet; triple-expansion engines, 11, 17, 2Sxl4
ineh stroke. For particulars -write W. T.
Gaffner, 180S Boren ave.. Seattle. Wash.
SIG MONEY MADE BY BUYING SHARES OF
tne Century Oil Company, Incorporated under
laws of Orecon: ousted at California official
oil exchange. Room 40 Washington building.
CPAPT.T "VtmT tTftA C"ILTVTTT- A TT TTPBTf LF'f
piano, solid ebony case, for sale, $350, at least
"" vio.i, uniauti: duuu uinc, io responsible
party. Address Stelnway, care Oregonian.
nrjCLES-SECOND-HAND 99 RAMBLERS,
$20: Hartfords, $17.50; Victorias, $12; Stearns
(ladles'), Victor and others. Stearns Agency,
335 Washington St., under Imperial Hotel.
I'lCTORY TELEPHONE TABLETS are needed
lit c.j viutc. is.uce ana. typewriter supplies.
Coast Agency. 203 Stark. Both phones.
)NE HIGH-ARM SINGER. $10; 3 DOMES
tlcs, $10 each; 4 New Homes. $10 each; N. F,
oinsers, 50 eacn. aov Morrison st.
CEAM OF HORSES. VERY CHEAP; WEIGHT
ww. ...i xui wriiiiib, iw iiai. lor my
work. K. Hoover, 313 Water st.
IINERS. rrMir to inr.iA nncp kt cr-TT!
the OnlV nprfert PO.nl nil hnrTiei- v MtnV.
meal, 20 minutes, for ic '
P BTTWrv- meT tortn. -rt-TT t c-'ct t
cheap. Can be seen at United Carriage Co.,
Seventh and Taylor ets.
)R SALE WHEELER Jfc WTTnv sew.
Ing machine, new; very reasonable. Apply 73
..1. Xtt Ml..
iu "i iiiu.i Biircu
'OR SALE ONE SPAN GOOD TOTTXf?
hcrw&i. eound and true; weight about 2000.
721 East Taylor st.
JXR-R SECOND-HAND BICYCLES FOR SALE
ciicap; umcrcni zaaB.es. seaiy. ilason & Co..
3R BATT! 21 BPn nv Tmocpo tt
slzes. at Oregon Livestock Exchange. 3tS
Klaclc lanterns, tew. second-tiand, movlnir Die-'
'' -uiiu4u t. unsii. ioi trosi, aan Fran.
TOR A KRW flic rWttrro. n.r
balance $2 per month. Gas Co.. i74 Fifth ot.
EASTERN OREGON HORSES, nnrvivfi
and draught. 1000-1400 lbs. Second and Main.
"or sale or trade 40 acres Improved fruit
rancn. a. oarsain. Jici'irerson. Ullman Hotel.
Largest stock of new and second-hand harness.
"i- iiv . w.mwco. u. Auiiiiiiijsun. 4L v osn.
3ELCIAN HARES. Willamette Rabbltry. 2C1
. ruci ., iuiiiuiiu. ur. x-jione nite yvi'i
p. H Wllklns, agent La-Cas-Ka Tonic and Cy-
ciu;:c uii AKtuva waniea. it- iourtn et.
50L1D GOLD RINGS ONLY ONE DOLLAR.
l. ncie aiyers , im xnira et., near Alder.
)R SALE LADY'S BICYCLE. 1B90 HATtT-
fcrd. in fine condition, $20. 524 Mill.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE EASTERN OREGON HORSES;
driving and draught. 234 Third st.
SEVERAL SECOND-HAND WAGONS AND
buggies. 51 Fourth, near Pine.
SHERMAN. CLAY & CO.. ROOMS 10 AND
Russel building, cor. Fourth and Morrison.
Stelnway & Sons. A. B. Chase and Emerson
pianos. A. B. Chase and W. W. Putnam or
gans. Caeh or installments. Oramophonts and
Keglna music boxes.
ELEGANT NEW PIANO FOR RENT, VERY
cheap. Graves & Co.. 2S5 Alder st., near
SOULE BROS.. EXPERT TUNERS. 107 FIRST
rt. Phones. Eilers Pant House.
HELP WANTED MALE.
5 BRIDGD CARPENTERS. $3; 23 SHINGLE
bolt cutters, SOc; machinists and pattern
maker. $3.25; R. R. teamsters. $1.75, pass;
laborers. $1.75. $2. $2.25; city. $2: mill hands,
$1 75. coal miners; carpenters. $35 board: la
borers. $1 board; loggers. $2 up. ranch hands.
$20. $25. $30; restaurant help. No end of
work. Call every one. Open Sunday. Cana
dian Agency, 226V& Morrison.
WANTED ONE OR TWO GOOD BENCH
hands to work In a planing mill and sash and
door factor'; will be required to do all kinds
of bench work: none need apply except first
class mechanics: wages $3 jeT day and steady
work guaranteed. Appry to Robert Forster,
WANTED FOR U. S. ARMY: ABLE-BODIED
unmarried men between ages of 21 and 33;
citizens of United States, of good character
and temperate habits, who can rpeak, read
and write English. For information apply to
recruiting officer. Third and Stark tna.. Port
Men wanted to learn barber trade: only eight
weeks required; special Inducements this sea
son; catalogue, city map and souvenir mailed
free. Molers Barber College. San Fran., Cal.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS. COMPETENT AND
experienced clothing salesman, men's depart
ment; none others need apply. Inquire of
A. B. Stelnbach & Co.
WANTED MEN EVERYWHERE TO Dis
tribute samples; good pay; long job; lnclcfcc
stamp. Address Orange Syrup Co., Covlna.
COLUMBUS CALIFORNIA WINE DEPOT.
P. Loratl, 148 Fourth. Headquarters for
cooks, waiters, bartenders. Tel. Main 751.
LABORERS (MILL). GRAY'S HARBOR.
Tickets here. R R. laborers, $1.75. pass.
Farm hands. Drake. 152 First.
FIRST-CLASS HOUSE CARPENTERS: NONE
others need apply. Coles & Hand. 17th and
Broadway, East Side.
GIRL TO DO COOKING AND GENERAL
housework. California Bakery. Fifth and
Worklngman's Barber Shop; haircut 15c shave
10c; 0 chairs. Ed Dennison. 206 Morrison st.
Cash for acceptable Ideas. State if patented. Ad
dress THE PATENT'RECORD. Baltimore. Md.
A BRIGHT, HONEST BOY FOR MORNING
and evening work. Apply 334 Washington st.
Man to solicit and collect weekly payment life
Insurance; good pay. 330 Marquam building.
GOOD HOTEL COOK; GOOD WAGES. IX
quire Metropolis Hotel. First and Main.
WANTED JOB PRESS FEEDER: ALSO COM
positor. Alvln S. Hawk, 145, Third.
WANTED BOY TO WORK IN CIGAR AND
fruit store. Inquire 229 Clay st.
WANTED TWO GOOD CARPENTERS, AT
Union ave. and Stanton st.
HELP WANTED FE3IALE.
ANY DOMESTIC FEE 50c WHEN CASH. 100
-wanted. Cook, S. Bend (ticket). $20. Others.
H. waitress (country). $3. Others. Second
(B.-U.J gin. i-- uraKe. ass irst.
WANTEDt-IX PRIVATE FAMILY, A GIRL
experienced In cooking: references required.
Call In morning. 44 Ella st., near Washing
ton, between 20th and 21st.
WAITRESS. KELSO, $3; ONE CITY. $4;
cook, $7; dishwasher: lunch waitress; second
girl; chambermaid; 30 housework. Canadian
Parlors, 220 Morrison.
SEVERAL GOOD PLACES FOR GENERAL
housework, both In the city and outside. Call
at Mercy Home cor. ICth and Couch.
WANTED A GOOD PLAIN COOK; ALSO A
nurse girl; good wages. Call at 392 East
15th at. north. Take Irvlngton car.
WANTED WOMAN OF ABH.1TY AND IN
telllgenoe who -wants permanent position.
Address K 43, care Oregonian.
GIRL-TO DO PLAIN COOKING. NO WA5H
lng: only good girl need apply. 171 Green
ave., near 23d and Washington.
WANTED AT ONCE. GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework: good cook; permanent place; ref
erence. 446 Washington st.
WANTED GUVL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; Email family; reference required. 471
Chapman St., Heights.
COMPETENT GIRL FOR COOKING AND
general housework. Apply In morning. 254
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work: must understand cooking. 101 North
WANTED A GIRL FOR SECOND WORK.
Call mornings, after 10 o'clock, 153 North
15 TO 30 NEWT ORDERS EVERY PAY: CALL
often. Canadian Emp, Parlors. 22C Morrison.
WANTED GIRL TO RUN A TWO-THREAD
French embroidery machine. 289 Alder et.
WANTED A CAPABLE GIRL FOR GENER
al housework; cod wages. 542 Third st.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR
candy store, at 327 Morrison street.
WANTED COMPETENT COOK IN SMALL
hotel; wages $25. 382 East Clay st.
SITUATION WANTED MALE.
SITUATION WANTED BY YOUNG MAN. TO
work In office or store or wholesale house,
city referenced famished. Address J 47, Ore
gonian. SITUATION WANTED BY RELIABLE MID-dle-aged
man. as watchman, or In wholesale
Tiouse. Address H 47, care Oregonian.
SITUATION WANTED FE3IALE.
ORDER CHAMBERMAIDS. WAITERS, DO
mestlcs, free. Japs. Chinese, also. R. G.
Drake. 152 First, downstairs.
COMPETENT GIRL WTISHES SECOND WORK
or care for children; must go home nights.
G 42. care Oregonian.
GOOD WOMAN COOK; WOULD ALSO BE
housekeeper or care for furnished rooms. Y
44. care Oregonian.
WANTED A GENTS.
AGENTS OUR MONEY-MAKING TRADE
wrinkles rightly handled can be made to yield
hundreds of dollars; for full particulars write
to Wheaton &. Co., New Bedford. Maes.
WANTED CANVASSERS. CITY OR COUN
try; calary or commission. Call between 10
and 12. 3S0& Morrison.
LADY AGENTS WANTED; SALARY AND
expenses: home or travel. Address Mrs. W. F.
Steele. Portland. Or.
WANTED AT ONCE; 4 OR 5-ROOM COT
tage; attractive appearance, modern, good
neighborhood: about $12 or $15. R 45. Orego-
WANTED BRIGHT. MODERN COTTAGE;
good location, in South Portland. O 45. care
PARTIES WISHING TO DISPOSE OF FUR
nlture.. carpets, blcyclev, address L. Swett,
2S9 Montgomery. Phone Front 423.
LOAN OF ?800 WANTED. 8 PER CENT 1N
terest, real estate security. Van Houten, 303
Chamber of Commerce.
WANTED FOR CASH. COLUMBIA RIVER
flshboats; good repair. Address R. Forbes.
294 Burnslde west.
WANTED STOCK OF MERCHANDISE FOR
Improved farm In Willamette Valley. 228
WANTED TO RENT LIGHT-COVERED DE
llvery wagon, privilege of buying. Apply SSS
BEST PRICES PAID FOR ALL KINDS OF
household goods. 249 Fifth. Phone Clay 061.
WANT TO BUY FIRST-CLASS ROOMING
and boarding-house. P. O. box 073.
WANT TO BUY HOUSE AND-LOT ON WEST
Side. 51S Chamber cf Commerce. .
THE SPALDING. S. E. COR. PARK ANlJ
Alder sts.. under the management cf the
owner, Helen F. Spalding The most complete
apartment-house in the Northwest: choice
room, for -gentlemen or 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; referencest
THE OCCIDENTAL. 215 FIRST AND MORRI
son Rooms, suites, single, housekeeping;
every convenience; $1 week and upwards.
NICELY FURNISHED FRONT SUITE OF
rooms. In private family, bath. gas. tele
phone; gentlemen only. 271& Third st.
THE GILBERT LARGE. WELL-FURNISHED
rooms; all .modern conveniences. Third and
Taylor sts.; entrance, 257 Taylor.
ALCOVE ROOM. SUITABLE FOR TWO GEN
tlemen. one single room? gas. bath; private
family. 400 Washington.
NICELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM. .FOR
gentleman: rent reasonable. 413 Taylor st.,
between 10th and 11th.
FURNISHED ROOM. IN MODERN HOUSE,
at $5 per month; one block from Washington
st. 4S4 Burnslde.
TWO DELIGHTFULLY FURNISHED ROOMS,
with bay windows and bath; three in family.
45 North Ninth.
THE CLEMENT. Cth and Oak sts. Nicely fur
nished rooms, steam heat and electric lights.
GILMAX 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.
MBS. M. OSVOLD. 221 MOBRISON ST.
Nicely furnished rocms: rent reasonable.
The Wlnfleld. 100 4th Newly furnished rooms,
for gentlemen only. Mrs. W. W. Wright.
NICE FURNISHED ROOMS. NEAR CITY
Hall. 300 Fourth st.
Rooms With Denrd.
PORTLAND WOMEN'S UNION: 12TH YEAR;
rooms with board: enameled bath tubs: use
of library: Woman's Excange; Industrial
school. Addrrss Mrs. E. C. George, superin
tendent. 510 Flanders street.
THE VENDOME FAMILY HOTEL FUR
nlshed rooms, with board, from $1 per dny
up. including heat ana baths; select patron
age solicited. Cor. 13th and Alder sts.
THE BROWN. HAWTHORNE AND GRAND
aves. Furnished rooms, with flrst-class board.
Elevatcr; modern conveniences.
129 10TH. BETWEEN WASHINGTON AND
Alder Pleasant furnished front roomr one or
two gentlemen; reasonable.
471 ALDER ST. FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH
or without board; bath, and telephone Brown
TWO NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS. WITH
board; gentlemen preferred. 105 Seventh et.,
FOR RENT AN ELEGANT SUITE OF OF
flce rooms. In the Russel building, Morrison,
374 YAMHILL ST. NICELY FURNISHED
rooms, with bath, telephone and electric
PLEASANT ROOMS. SINGLE OR EN SKITE,
with board, at The Sterling. 535 Couch, cor.
10th. . .
TWO. NICE ROOMS WITH FIRST-CLASS
table board. 229 11th street.
ROOMS WITH BOARD. THE HESPERIAN.
533 Morrison St.. cor. 17th,
THE MAIN FURNISHED AND UNFUR
nlshed rooms, for housekeeping; cheap rent.
Cor. First and Columbia.
TWO CLEAN FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
rooms; closets and sink; first floor; no chil
dren. 69 North 13th st.
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS. SUITES OF TWO
or three, nicely furnished; convenient; bath
and phone. 247 Fifth.
SUITES OF TWO OR THREE. NICELY FUR
nlshed; convenient; bath and phone. 247
Fifth. left-hand bell.
THREE FURNISHED ROOMS FOR HOUSE
keeping; desirable; use of telephone. 200 11th
st., near Taylor.
SUITE OF HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS. IN
modern house, one block from Washington at.
HOUSEKEEPING SUITES AND SINGLE
rooms for rent at The Orovllle, 228 Wash
The Graham Housekeeping apartments a spe
cialty; gas range and telephone. 515 Wash.
175 11TH ST. ONE SUITE NEWLY" FUR
nlshed housekeeping rocms; ni children.
FOR RENTFURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
suite. The Pleasanton. 2SSV. Third.
4 FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS, IN
cottage. 315 Second, cor. Clay.
FOR RENT J. W. OGILBEE. ROOM 11, 145
7-room modern residence, Stephens' addi
tion. East Side; very cheap rent; $15 per mo.
5-room cottage, near Madison-street bridge.
East Side; rent $9 per month.
FOR RENT MODERN HOUSE. 8 ROOMS. 511
Montgomery and 14th sts.; newly renovated
inside and out; rent $27.50. Russell & Blyth.
82 Third st.
FOR RENT 10-ROOM HOUSE. WITH BASE
ment and bath; water upstairs; suitable for
two families; price $12. 170 Sherman at. In
FOR RENT 7-ROOM HOUSE: ALL MOD
crn; 193 North 17th. Apply T. Moffctt. Cas
cade Mineral Water Co.. 274 Taylor sU -
FOR RENT HOUSE. 5S8 SECOND ST.. NEAR
Grant; modern. 7 large rooms. R L. Gllsan,
420 Chamber of Commerce.
MODERN 5-ROOM COTTAGE. EASY WALK
Ing distance. $11. 513 East Washington St..
cor. East 11th.
MODERN 6-ROOM HOUSE. 871 KELLY ST.
Inquire of Parrlsh & Watklns, 250 Alder st.
lCtl MEADE ST.. MODERN, PERFECT CON
dltlon Inside and out; call 319 Allsky bids.
$8 PER MONTH; 3-ROOM FLAT; BATH
room, clothes closet, pantry, woodshed; all
furnished for housekeeping; 034 Seventh, two
blocks south of Grant st. Phone Union 545.
FURNISHED COMPLETE FOR HOCSEKEEP
lng. 4-room cottage; pantry, woodshed, nice
yard, fruit trees and flowers; $9 per month
Tel. Union 545.
Houses for Rent Furniture for Sale.
5-ROOM .COTTAGE FOR RENT: COOKING
and heating stove and some furniture for
rent, sale or trade. Apply next door. 33 North
ONE - HALF OF THE ELEGANT STORE
building at 335 Washington .. cor Seventh.
OFFICE OF THE OREGON & CALIFORNIA
Railroad Company Notice of Stockholders'
Meeting Stockholders are hereby notified that
the annual meeting of the stockholders of the
Oregon & California Railroad Company will
be held at the office of the company. 2C3
Washington street. In the City of Portland,
County of Multnomah. State of Oregon, on
Tuesday, the 10th day of April. 1000. at the
hour of 11 o'clock A. M.. for the purpose of
electing directors for the ensuing year, and
the transaction of such other business as may
legally come before the meeting.
GEO. H. ANDREWS, Secretary.
Portland, Or.. March 10. 1900.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS: SEALED BIDS
wl,.L,b E?celred by the Board or Capitol
Building Commissioner, of the State ot Ore
gon, at the executive office. Salem, Or., until
2 o clock P. M.. Wednesday. April 4. 1900.
for furnishing all material and labor required
for proposed changes In the House of Repre
sentatives, state Capitol building. Salem.
or., in accordance with plans and speclSa
Uons now on exhibition with the clerk of said
board, at ?alem. Or., and at the office of
SiS? eer arcMtect. 133 First street.
2!H ??' r- from whom blank forms of
proposals may be obtained. A certified check
JL .?,? ct a5. least 10 Pr cent of the
amount bid. payable to the order of the State
Treasurer, must accompany each bid. which
will be forfeited to the State of Oregon In
2 H1'. ,0,ve or accepted bidder falls to
flf ,.t!.t.t.ccnH?ct' w,th K004 Md sufficient
?.?d'VwW-1Il10. da5"s after th acceptance of
J? V.T rt?ht. ta "served -c reject any and
TV bl3s- .No b,ds win e received after the
time specified, and bids not accompanied by
5. w " and not on the blank forms
furnished or properly nlled out. will be re
jected. Attention is especially directed to ihe
tlmfe in which said work must be complctea,
and which must be fully compiled with. By
order of the Board or Capitol Building Com
missioners, of the Stale of Oregon. Walter
OFFICE PURCHASING COMMISSARY, VAN
coaver Barracks. Wasn., March. 26. 1900.
Sealed proposals will be received at this office
until 11 o'clock A M.. Wednesday. April 23.
1900, and then opened, for furnishing and de
livering subsistence stores, in such quantities
as may be required, at Portland, Or., or Se
attle. Wash., during May, 1000. Information
furnished on application. Envelopes contain
ing proposal, should be indorsed, "Propcsals
for subsistence stores for Alaska." and ad
dressed to James N. Allison. Major. C S.
MARCH 23, 1000. SEALED PROPOSALS
will be received at the pcstofllce building
until 2 o'clock P. M., Saturday, March 31,
1900, for furnishing fuel, lights, ice, miscel
laneous supplies, washing towels, hauling
ashes for this building during the fiscal year
ending June 30. 1901. or such portion of the
year as may be deemed advisable. The right
to reject any and all bids Is reserved by the
Treasury Department. A. B. CROASMAN,
ASSIGNEE'S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY
given that the undersigned, assignee of Union
Banking Company, insolvent debtor, will re
ceive sealed bids for the purchase of all of
the assets of said Union Banking Company,
up to 10 A. M.. March 31. 1900. Schedule of
said assets may be seen at assignee's office.
City Hall. Portland, Or. AH bids must be
accompanied by a certified check, payable to
order of Frank Hacheney, assignee, equal to
10 per cent of amount of bid. said check to
be forfeited to assignee unless amount bid is
paid, if accepted. Terms of sale, -cash on ac
ceptance of bid. Right to reject whole or any
part of any or all bids is reserved.
FRANK HACHENEY. Assignee.
GEO. W HAZEN AND PAXTON. BEACH
& SIMON. Attorneys for Assignee.
COUNTY WARRANTS NOTICE IS HEREBY
given that Multnomah County warrants, cla-s
36, the same having been drawn upon the
general fund, that were presented and in
dorsed "Not paid for want of funds." from.
May 1, 1899. to May 5. 1690. both dates In
clusive, will. If properly indorsed, be paid
on presentation at the office of the County
Treasurer. Interest thereon ceases on and
after the date ofthls notice.
RALPH W. HOYT. County Treasurer.
Portland. Or.. March 29. lOOOr
COUNTY WARRANTS NOTICE IS HEREBY
given that Multnomah County warrants, class-
' C, the came having been drawn upon the
road fund, that were presented and indorsed
"Not paid for want ot funds," from June 1,
1890. to June 30. 1S99. both dates inclusive,
will, if properly Indorsed, be paid on pre
sentation at the office of the County Treas
urer. Interest thereon ceases on and after
the date of this notlc.
RALPH W. HOYT. County Treasurer.
Portland. Or., March 27. 1900.
BRITISH BARK INVERNESS-SHIRE. CAP
taln Peattle. from Honolulu. H. I. Neither
the Captain nor the undersigned consignees of
the above-named vessel will be rcscnsplble
for any debts that may be contracted by the
crew. Kerr. Gifford & Co., Consignees. Port
land. Or.. March 28. 1900.
BRITISH SHIP WILLLM LAW. CAPTAIN
Abbott, from Manila Neither the Captain nor
the undersigned agents cf the above-named
vessel will be responsible for any debts that
may be contracted by the crew. John Rcld
INDIAN CLAIRVOYANT AND MEDIUM
The wonderful, gifted Indian squaw, born
with two veils- over face, tells, from cradle to
grave, past, present, future, and cecrets re
vealed: warns against misfortune; sure guld
to social and business success; heals all dis
eases by the use of Indian herbs. Mrs. Prof.
Wheatly-Howe. Separate parlor for lad'.cu
and gentlemen. Strictly confidential. 271 Sta
st.. opposite City Hall. No stairs to allrrb.
DR DARRIN. specialist tn all chronic diseases,
cures deafn'-.ss and catarrh in all Us forms.
Also affections of stomach, liver, bowels,
nerves, blood, skin, kidneys, urinary organs
and seminal weakness. Only $5 per month.
Varicocele, stricture or hydrocele guaranteed
cured in one week. No pain, no detention.
Diseases of women an Important specialty.
Consultation free. Call or write. Addreta 263
Morrison st.. Portland, Or.
17 women wanted suffering from Irregular,
painful periods; Ieuccrrhoea (whites), and all
complicated diseases pertaining to changes of
life, cured by old Dr. Kessler. cor. Second
and Yamhill sts. 329 women called last
month. Consultation free, and prlvr.;? rooms
fcr ladles. If can't call, write. Inclosing 10
2c stamps. Hundreds treated at home by his
ELECTRIC PARLORS. 193 FHIST STREET,
treats all scalp diseases and guarantees to
restore gray hair to naturel color, without
de; removes wrinkles and all blemishes from
face; also removes superfluous hair from the
face without pain; enlarging busts a spe
cialty. ELECTRIC PARLORS. 193 FIRST STREET,
treats all scalp diseases, and guarantee to
retXcre gray hair to natural color, without
dye; removes wrlnkleo and all blemishes from
face; also removes cuperfluous hair from the
face without pain; enlarging busts a spe
cialty. RIMLESS ETE-GLASSES. $1.23; NICKEL OP.
gold-filled frames, with best lenses. $1: com
mon glasses, from 20 to SOc Eves tcted fre.
by competent opilein: fit guaranteed. Pott
land Jeweler and Optician. 132 First St., be
tween Washington and Alder.
DRESS SUITS RENTED. ALL SIZKS. WE
call for. sponge, preso and deliver one eult cf
your clothing each week, sew on bu'f n sa
up rips, for $1 per month. Dyeing, t-tcam
cleaning and repairing. Unique Tailoring C .
347 Washington, both 'phones.
MADAM DE LACY REMOVES HAIR FROM
face or arms, wrinkles, pimples and freckles;
also rcotores gray hair and makes hair grow
on bald heads; beautifies the skin; shampoo
ing specialty. 423 Ablngton building.
ILLOND'S PREVENTATIVE CONES FOR
prevention of disease. The bert antiseptic
No failure. Sent to any address; per box.
$1 50,4 samples, 10c lllond Chem. Co., P. O.
Box 974. Portland.
WATCHES CLEANED. 70c; MAINSPRING.
75c; clocks called for and delivered. AH watn
and clock repairing warranted one year. The
Portland Jeweler. 132 First st- Phone Black
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.
YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS ARE MORE Ac
curately and reasonably filled at Eyssell's
Pharmacy. 227 Morrison st.. bet. 1st and 2d.
WE PRINT 30 FINE VISITING CARDS. 25c:
50. 35c; 200 business cards, $1; 500. $1.50.
Brown. & Schmale, 229 First st,. Portland.
Common Sense Beauty Parlors; wrinkles and
nil facial blemishes removed by electricity. 70
Lewis building. Park and Morrison.
BILLY LEA'S BICYCLE HOSPITAL. 105 4T1I.
Phone Clay 641. Wheels called for, delivered.
CLOTHES MENDED FOR LADIES AND GEN
tlemen. Apply at room 45 Labbc bulldfng.
ELECTRIC LAUNDRY REMOVED TO 120
Fifth st. Both phones. Give us a trial.
WHY NOT MARRY? WE CAN HELP YOU.
Send stamp. Lock-box GG0. Portland. Or.
LADY. YOU GET RED STAMP3 AT CLEM
enson's drug store. 227 Yamhill street.
CUT RATES Oregon Dye Works; cleaning and
dyeing. Burnslde. near Stlu Tel. Red 2903.
LOANS WITHOUT PUBLICITY ON FURNI-
ture. pianos, salaries, etc Can be paid In
rnstallments. reducing Interest. Rates lower
than the lowest. F. W. Craves. Mgr., 2S5
Alder, near 4th. ground floor. Tel. Green 441.
$200,000 IO LOAN AT 5. 6, 7 PER CENT.
City and suburban property for sale and rent.
Agent for Westchester Fire Insurance Co.
Wm. G. Beck. S21 Morrison si.
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS FROM $25 TO
-""' " i security, n. 1. ECKer-
con & Co., room 5 Washington building.
ANY AMOUNT LOANED ON FURNITURE,
pianos, real ertate and all kinds of security.
C. H. Thompson. 128 3d st. Phone Main C2d.
$100,000 for mortgages, lowest rates, easy termp
W. S. Ward. Atfy-at-Law. 319 Allsky bldg. '
Write me; Til loan you money on your furni
ture; low ln't; private party. V 31. Oreg.
LOANS ON LODGING-HOUSES, pianos, etc
low rates; private party. 310 Allcky bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN. 6 per cent, farm or city
property. O. M. Smith. 814 Ch. of Commerce.
MONEY LOANED ON BICYCLES. PIANOS,
furniture and other securities. W. A. Hath'
away, room 10 Wash. bldg. Phone South 7S1.
LOANS on real, personal, chattel or salary se
curity. C W. Pallett. 213 Commercial block.
Money to loan on chattels, salaries or any good
securities. H. Mann & Co., 604 The Dekum.
Money to loan on Clackamas County lands. 6 per
cent. E. F. Riley. COS Chamber of Commerce
MONEY TO LOAN OX ALL KIXDS OF SE
curity. Wm. Holl. room 40 "Washington bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN on furniture or good aecurl
tiea. 3. TV. King, room 45 Washington bldg.
LOANS IN LARGE OR SMALL AMOUNTS OX
Portland or outalde real estate. 226 Ablnxtcu
Asrrlcaltaral Implements, Machinery
EDWARD HUGHES; WAGONS, CARRIAGES
and farm machinery of all kinds. ISO Front.
RUSSELL &r CO. ENGINES, BOILERS. SAW
mills, threshers, horse-powers. 324 Belmont.
JOHN POOLE; Newton wagwas. buggies, wind
mills, pumps, machinery. Foot Morrison st.
Art Goods and Picture Frames.
BERNSTEIN'S ART STORE, 307 WASHING
ton at.; great clearance sale; special bargains.
Assayera and Analysts.
J. H. FISK. MINERAL ASSAYER AND
chemist: gold dust bought. 204 Washington.
PAUL BAUMEL. ASSAYER AND ANALYST
Gold dust bought. 22S Stark et.
PORTLAND ASSAY OFFICE, 229 Stark it. As
saying and analytical wurk. Gold dust bought.
Reliable, scientific readings; satisfaction guar
anteed. L. K. Adams, 68 Park. cor. Ankeny.
S. H. GRUBER Lawyer; mining, admiralty
ana co'lectlons specialties. Commercial block.
J. W. RANSOM, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW AND
counselor. Bates Bank bldg., Portland. Or.
E. W. BINGHAM. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, RE
moved to 61 Union block. 227 Stark.
"GEO. W. HAZEN." ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. 609
Cll Chamber of Commerce building.
Home Bakery & Delicate-Eesen: Boston baked
beans, cooked delicacies. 187 4th. Tel. Hood
DEKUM Bathrooms; popular baths, massage,
electricity. 714-15-16 Dckum. Phone Red 233.
TURKISH BATHS: ALSO MASSAGE. 107
Fourth St.. between Washington and Stark.
TURKISH AND TUB BATHS; ALSO MAS
sage. 131 Fourth et., near Alder.
J. K. GILL & CO., WHOLESALE AND RE
tall booksellers and stationers, 133-35 3d st.
New and second-hand school and other books.
203 Morrison St., between First and Front.
Joyce Bros' Electric Carpet-Cleaning Works.
270 Grant. Phones Black 721: West 664.
Carpenters and Builders.
JCHN A. MELTON, carpenter, builder; office
and store fixtures. Ore. teL 747. 285 Stark.
Dr. Bins Chong. 191 2d st.; Chinese root medl
cir.cs cure all diseases. Examination free.
WM. DEVENY & MAUD DEVENY, THE
only bcientirtc cniropcdiats. room 3ul Allsky
bldg., 3d and Morrison. Oreg. pnone Grant lu.
L. MITCHELL, EXPERT CHIBOPODIST, OF
fice ICO 5tn sL.. opp. pobtotnee. lei. Hooa 914.
Miss Dart, chiropody and manicuring, room 20
Union blk.. lit and Stark. 'J A. M. to 5 P. M.
J. H. Cunningham. Civil and Hydraulic Engr;
U. S. Mineral surveyor. 612 Lnam. of com.
Clcanluc and Dyeing;.
French Cleaning & Dyeing Works; J. Deleau,
prop. Phone Ked 9i5. 443 Glisin st
HERMAN METGER. PURCHASER OF
hided, pelts, furs, Woo!, mohair, tallow, otd
rubber and old niuu, und iieneral corainUiou
mercnaiit. Front Jt.. uear .Main. Portiono, Or.
Cash advances on consignments.
TAYLOR. YOUNG & CO., SHIP BUOKEKJ
and commission merchants, &nriock oulldia
W. N. Sayre & Co., commission & produce mer
chants; aavancts on conalu:nents. Hi Front.
ALLEN & LEWIS, COMMISSION AND PKU
duce merchants. From & u is.. Portland, ur.
EVERD1NG & FARRELL, commission, outur.
eggs, cnickens and farut produce. Portland.
H. TUKE J; CO.. 23C FRONT; FLOUR. HA.
. produce, feed aud groceries.
METAL SKYLIGHTS. GALVANIZED UiON
cornices. J. C Baer. 265 second street.
Portland Curled-Hair Factor. H. Metzger. pro.
prietor, manufacturer curreii hair ana genuine
cuned-talr maltreat). :&o-22a Front uu Bom
MISSES MATilNGLY ACADxiMy OF DANO
ing, 209 14th. Private lessoxu oy appointment.
HENRY P. O'CONNOR. D. M. D.. C02 AIAlt.
uuam building, Morrison at., bat. Cth und 7th. 'I
DR T. L. PERKINS. DENTIST, REMOVED
to room 17 itusael bldg.. 4th and Morrison.
DR. C. B. BROWN; teL Ore. Red 2S46; res.
White W4. 514-15-1C Dekum building.
WOODARD. CLARKE & CO.,
Cor. Fourth and Wasmngton sts.
MISS HAWKINS, LADIES' TAILOR ANI)'
urcsumaker; goca fit guartinteed. 424 Wash.
Mrs .Sadie A. McKlbben, modiste; Easter cos
tumes a specialty. 31 E&tit iiorruoii.
Dyclufr and Cleaning;.
H. W. TURNER, PROFESSIONAL DYER AND
cleaner, sol 17m. 'Xelepoone Red 131.
PORTLAND BUSINESS COLLEGE, Fifth anJ
Yamhill; A. P. Armstrong. Prin., J. a. Wesco.
Sec Open all tne year. Students admitted at
any time. Catalogue free.
HOLMES' ENGLISH AND BUSINESS COl,
lige, 414 'iasialll st. Englua course; com
mercial and nborthand coarse. Send for cat
alogue Electrlo Helta.
DR SCHRAMECK'5 ELECTRIC BELTS ARE
the best; examine $5 belts. 2lu Front st.
Fence and Wire Vvorks.
OLD EAST PORTLAND FENCE AND WIRE
Works; A. Carlsun; 2SU East Morrison at.
Guns, Flahluf? Tackle, Sport's: Goods.
H. Beal; guns, fishing tackle, sporting goods
and cutlery. 49 Tnird st.. Portland, Or.
Ilalrdressingr and Manicuring Parlors
Miss Grace Dodge & Mrs. D'Arcy Gilbert; hair
dressing, scalp massage, manicuring; ladies &
gents. 712 Dekum building. Tel. South SOI.
Ilnrnes und baddies.
1THE BREYMAN LEATHER CO., HAR
ness and sole leather, saddlery, hardware, find
logs and shoe store supplies, 73 Front st.
THE GEORGE I.A WHENCE CO. WHOLE
tale taddlers and harness manufacturers,
leather and saddlery hardware. 72 Front st.
SHBEDDED WHEAT BISCUIT. KING OF
all health foods. Sold by all grocers.
TBEMONT HOUSE: newly furnished rooms,
$1.50 a week up. J. E. Clark. 343 Everett,
Iron Founders and Machinists.
Smith & Watson Iron Works; engines and boil
ers; logging engines a specialty: quartz ana
saw mills; mlsc machinery. Front and Hall.
CITY FOUXDRY & MACHINE SHOPS. J.
Honeyman Co., engines, boilers, sanr mills and
mining machinery. 301 Front st.
Willamette Iron & Steel Works; James Lotan,
mgr.; Iron-workers, steamboat bldra. Portland.
Seamless hosiery; Winona Mills. N. Y.; Streets
Sons. General Salesmen. 321 14. near Clay.
HAMBURG - BREMEN FIRE INS. CO.. 102
First st. Boyd & Arnold. General Agents.
CLEARANCE SALE. 30 DAYS. JAPANESE
goods, bamboo furniture. 311 Morrison.
Lace curtnlna nf nil '.-li.to Mm.. ...i,i.j
423 Waeh. Phone Erown 176. L E. Zlegler." 1
Iron Founders, Xach'sts, Ship B'ld'rs.
Wolff Sc Zwlcker Iron Works; designers and
rafra. of. ships, steamboats, marine, mining
and milling machinery: riveted steel pipe.
LADDERS OF ALL KINDS. AND KITCHEN
conveniences. Car. East Sixth and Oak.
J. A. RE ID. mfr. boot and shoe uppers; full
stock shoemakers' supplies. 207 Washington st.
Liquor and Tobacco Institutes.
Keeley Institute. 314 Cth. cures liquor, opium
and tobacco addiction. No other In State.
Weltmcr method; 315 Allsky block; classed
taught. Wednesday and Friday evenings. 7:30.
IF MEDICINE FAILS. TRY O. KLINGBE1L.
magnetic healer, 307 E 6th. Or. tel. Scott 6U3.
Marble and Granite "Works.
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS: marble, gran
ite and stone work. Schanen & Neu. 25S 1st.
"THE SNOWDEN" BATHROOMS RE
opened, 131 4th; formerly "The Nelson"; tub
and vapor baths, massage. Tel. Red 421.
LADY GIVES VAPOR BATHS AND MAS
sage, at 313 Washington st., room 33.
TKEO. SCHULZE. .MERCHANT TAILOR. 372
E. Burnslde, fine spring and summer goods
THE ROCKEFELLER MINING COMPANY.
J. O. HANTHORN. PRESIDENT. The prop
erties of this company consist of three full
quartz claims, located In the famous Bonanza
district, among the big producers near Sump
ter. Or. Vigorous and systematic development
work to commence at once. A limited number
ot fully paid up and non-assessable shares ot
stock of the company for sale, to develop the
properties. Quick advance in prices may be
confidently relied upon.
For particulars apply to K. L. Powers. Sec
retary, room 3 Chamber of Commerce build
ing. SUMPTER GOLD FIELDS ALL THE
stocks we have recommended are making good
advances, some of them 500 per cent. Our
customers have all made money, because the
properties have large and rich deposits of ore
and are being worked. $10 will buy 300 shares
In a mine that has ore waiting to be shipped
or milled. Our circular mailed free. Write
E. A. Clem & Co.. 515 and 516 Oregonian
building. Portland. Or.
CAPB NOME GOLD BEST PROPOSITION
ever offered. Any one who contemplates going
to the Cape Nome gold fields, or who is at
all Interested In knowing how they can, by
a small investment, realize large and certain
returns, can learn something to their advan
tage by calling or addressing Alaskan Bed
Rock Dredging Company, rooms 43-44 McKay
block, Portland. Or.
DIADEM GOLD MINING CO. THIS IS A
producer, having 500 sacks of high-grade ore
on hand awaiting teaming' facilities. To meet
current expenses and cost of new hoisting ma
chinery, I am Instructed to sell a limited
number of shares of treasury stock at 25c
This is a gilt-edged Investment. Apply 515
Oregonian building, or to John F. Hosklns,
BUYERS OR SELLERS OF STOCKS AND
mines solicited. Sumpter. Burnt River and
Bohemia districts most attractive. Wire or
mall your orders. Phone Hood 552; cable
"Weatherby." Portland Mining & Trust Co.,
518 Oregonian building. Portland.
GOLCONDA MINING COMPANY. OFFICE
Chamber of Commerce building, next to safe
deposit vault. A limited amount of stock
cf this company for tle. For particulars,
apply to J. A. Arment. assistant secretary.
THANKSGIVING GOLD MINING COMPANY
will sell a few shares of treasury stock. For
particulars apply W. H. Sherrod, 310" Cham
ber of Commerce. Columbia phone 050.
Barton & Curtis, 220 Stark, mining engineers,
stock brokersr mines examined und reported
upon: machinery furnished; plants erected.
PROSPECTS AND MINES EXAMINED ON
reasonable terms; bank reference. E. O.
Smith. M. E.. 2S6 14th .. Portland. Or.
MONTANA METALLURGICAL WORKS;
test ore. all kinds; gold, $1.50; silver. $1.30.
Send for full particulars. D2 First et.
Wilfley Concentrator. Drake-Amal.. Ideal Stmp.
Mill, mining cars. Tatum & Bowen. 20-35 lw.
Violin, viola, cornet Icssoits; music furnished:
Italian strings and old violins for sale. Saill
Thlelhom. M. P. S. Orch.. 2C9 Jefferson. TeL
Anton ZUm. teacher of violin, string quartet!!
for entertainments a specialty. A. O. U. W.
Lessons 30c; piano, guitar, banjo, mandolin, vio
lin Instruments for sale. Mrs. Martin. 101 1st.
TWO LESSON3 A WEEK. WITH USE OF
piano, $2 a month. 225 Hall st.
NOTICE DR. PAUL CROMWELL. THE COL
cred specialist, will now give people a chance
to get well All persons residing In city, treat
ment by week. $5. 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
Ladies: Chichester's English Pennyroyal Pills
are the best. Safe, reliable. Take no other.
Send 4c. stamps, for particulars. "Relief for
Ladles," In letter by return mall. At Drug
gists'. Chichester Chemical Co.. Phlla., Pa.
Dr. Floia A. Erown; diseases of women and
children a specially. Consultation and diag
nosis free. 517-518 The Dekum Portland. Or.
Portland Riding Academy; first-class establish
private &. class lessons. 10th and X. Tel. 074.
Portland Biding Club, fine livery, boarding,
saddle horsx-s specialty. Park and Jetterscn.
Orecon Vinl Company.
Lewis bldg.. Park and Morrison. Free Healto
lectures to women Thursday, at 2:30 P. M.
DR. W. A ROGERS. OSTEOPATH. SUITE.
vi iiiai 4UUU1 MiviQ-. a.i4ti7 aiil. ViJ.Uillc U13
eases. Ladles wishing lady operator will be
attended by Dr. Rhoda C. Hicks, graduate
under Dr. A. T. Still, founder of Osteopathy.
Phone Main 27.
DRS. XORTHRUP & ALKIRE. OSTEOPATHS,
suite 416 The Dekum. Xervous and chronic
diseases a specialty. Home treatment if de
sired. Phone Main 340.
DR. L. B. SMITH, PIOXEER OSTEOPATH,
suite 409 Oregonian building. Phone Oak 421.
MRS. DR. C J. RAMSEY. OSTEOPATHIST.
suite 416 The Dekum building; diseases ot
women a specialty: examinations free. Phone
Miss Marie White, scientific palmist, read past
and future correctly. Lewis bldg., room CS.
Jennie Wlonona Reich; advice on business, 1.0.I
tlcs, domestic affairs; 614 Second otrcet.
T J. GEISLER, 010-611 CHAMBER OF COM.
Registered attorney U. S. patent office.
WOODARD. CLARKE & CO.. WHOLESALE
and retail, cor. Fourth and Washington.
Real Estate. Loans and IleutalM.
ATKINSON. WAKEFIELD & CO.: E2TAB
llshed 1866. 227 Stark st.
Strouse's Cafe; best 25c mea,; famous coffee and
cane, tve zz: wannington. bet. 1st and 2d.
SAFES. SAFES, BANK WORK, LOCK DEPT.
vvui.is oc&oui3. repairs, j. k. uavi. ttu 3d.
OPENING LOCKOUTS. AND REPAIRERS.
Dllg & Vlerlck. Allsky bid?.. 3d & Morrison.
Saw Mill Machinery.
Chrlstenson-McMaater Machinery Co.; new an,l
second-hand machinery. E. Water & E Teri".
Storage and' Transfer.
SAFES. PIANOS. FURNITURE MOVED AND
packed for shipping. C M. Oisea. 123 Ftrj:.
Tel. office. Main IU37; Black SOI.
STORAGE AT LOW RATES CAN BE HAD
at Fred Bickel's torehoase. 31 North Front.
OVERLAND STORAGE WAREHOUSE.
Fourth and Davis. Merchandise a apeclalty.
Insurance rates low; storage rates reasonable.
Careful attention given to country consign
ments. Tel. Or. Main 777; Columbia 678.
Showcases and Store Fixtures.
DIXON. BORGESON & CO.. FRONT AND
"Wall Paper and Paints.
STROWBRIDGE PAINT Jt OIL. CO.; WALL
paper, sash, doers, builders' hardware. 123
F. BOCKMAN. PAINTING. KALSOMIXING.
paper-hanging. Ore. tel. Rus 301. 2C0 Russell.
MRS. WALLACE. RELIABLE CLAIRVOYANT
and psychic life-reader; consult her on busi
ness affairs, love troubles, absent friends;
good advice on mines; reading dally, 50c and
up. 107 First street, office 7 and S.
LARSEN. THE PALMIST. WILL TELL TH3
year whea all leading events In life take place;
past and future readings, 50c 2S5 First st.
MRS. STEVENS. SITTINGS DAILY; HYP
notlsm. magnetic healing scientifically taught
consultatlon free. Phone Hcod 734. 342 First.
MRS. J. A. SMITH, medium, magnetic healer;
ores read. Rooms 8 and 9, 22S Washington.
Westacott &: Knight, syrup refiners, mfgr. gro
cers; both phone. E. Alder and E. Morrison.
Tents and Awalng9.
TENTS. AWNINGS AND CAMP FCRNrrURn
for rent or sale. Pike's Factory. 107 N. 3d.
Cape, Nome tents. bag3, oil clothing, camp fur
niture. Pacific Tent & Awn. Co.. 27 N. Int.
Stoves, Ransres, Household Hardware)
LOWENBERG & GOLNG CO.. MFRS. OF
stoves, ranges and hollowware; wholesale
sheet metals, sheet steel, camp and oil stoves,
housefumlahlng hardware. 2d and Taylor.
Hardware: sa:e agt. Universal stoves & ranges;
housefurolshlng goods. J.J. Kadderly. 141 1st.
Alr-TIght Stove Mfg. Co.: Cape Nome stovts,
tinsmithlng. Jobbing. 293 Front. Tel. N. SOU.
WOODARD, CLARICE & CO.. WHOLESAL3
druggists, corner Fourth and Washington.
ALLEN & LEWIS. WHOLESALE GROCERSV
cor. N. Front and Davis sts.. Portland. Or.
GARRETT & YOUNG. Importers and jobbers,
woolens and tailors' trimmings. 100 First.
RARE CHANCE TO BUY INTO A LEG1TI
mate, paying business. In good location, us
tabllshed 15 years; large profits; easy; no
credit; at big discount it taken quickly; In
vestigate If you mean business. J 41, cars
A SNAP GROWIXG MAXUFACTURING
business, doing well; owner has other busi
ness; Investigate. $300 cash. Canadian
Agency, 228 Morrison.
WANTED PROPERTY OF XOXRESIDEXTS
to sell. Delinquent taxes straightened out
or sold subject to" same. Ira B. Sturges. Ba
ker City. Or.
HAVR FROM $500 TO $1000 TO IXVEST IN
business. What have you to offer? No ob
jection to partnership. K 43, care Oregonian.
FOR SALE THREE OF THE BEST Busi
ness ventures in the city, including a large
rooming-house. Inquire at 203 Washington.
FOR SALE LADIES' FURXISHIXG AND
fancy goods store. In thriving Valley town.
Address J 40. care Oregonian.
WILL SELL FOR CASK THE BEST FRUIT
and confectionery stand In town; waiting
room. Morrison-street bridge.
CLEAN BUSINESS: EXCELLENT STAND;
going away; Inspect and make your own ot
ter. T 48, care Oregonian.
FOR SALE ONE OF THE BEST-LOCATED
30-barrel flouring mills In the Willamette Val
ley. S 23, care Oregonian.
FOR SALE ICE FACTORY: DOING GOOD
business. Address John Zeis. Corvallls. Or.
WANTED PARTNER IN PROFITABLE EN
terpriee; $1200 required. P. O. Six 973.
SALOON FOR RENT; GOOD LOCATION. IN
qulre 22 North Eighth st.
DYE WORKS FOR SALE OR RENT. IX-nulre-
22 North. Eighth.
FOR SALE $35C0 STOCK OF GENERAL,
merchandise In a Valley town of 100 inhab
itants, on S. P. R. R.. 50 miles south of Port
land; the only store in the place, and doins
a good business: a snap for some one for
cash: the owner must pell on account of
health. Addres Q 47. care Oregonian.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST PURSE. CONTAINING THIN BAND
ring, also wedding ring; colored with, aclil.
Return 3C7 East Oak. Reward.
LOST BLACK COCKER PUP: ANSWERS TO
nam "Judy." Return S12 Flr3t at. Reward.
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY
. OF OREGON.
109 THIRD STREET.
Money to loan on mortgage.
A general trust and agency business transacted.
BEXJ. I. COHEX Presldert
H. L. PITTOCK. A. S. XICHOL3 Vlce-Pres.
E. J. ALTSTOCK. J. O. GOLTRA... Secretaries
FIRST XATIOXAL BAXIC
OF PORTLAND. OR.
Designated Depositary and Financial Agent of
the United States.
President , H. W. CORBETT
Cashier G. E. WITHINUTI X
Assistant Cashier J. W. NEWKIRK
Second Assistant CashlT W. C ALVui.
Letters of credit Issued, available in Europe
and the Eastern states.
Sight exchange and telegraphic transfers sold
on New York. Boston. Chicago, St. Louis. St.
Paul. Omaha, San Francisco and the principal
points in the Northwest.
Sight and time bllU drawn In sums to suit on
London. Paris. Berlin. Frankfort-on-the-Maln.
Hong Kong. Yokohama. Copenhagen. Chri'i
anla. Stockholm. St. Petersburg. Moscow, Zu
Collections made on favorable terms.
LADD Si TILTON. BANKERS
ESTABLISHED IN 1ST.9.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
Collections made at all points on favorabl-j
terms. Letters of credit Issued available in Eu
rope and the Eastern states. ,
Sight Exchange and Telegraphic Transfer.i
cold on New York. Washington. Chicago. St.
Louis. Denver. Omaha. San Francisco and vari
ous points in Oregon. Washington. Idaho. Men
tan and British Columbia.
Exchange sold on London, Paris, Berlin,
Frankfort and Hong Kong.
WELLS. FARGO Cz CO. BANK
CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 5C.250.C0O
JOHN J. VALENTINE PRESIDENT
HOMER S. KING MANAGLU
R. M. DOOLEY CASHIER.
JOHN E. MILES ASSISTANT CASHIER
General Banking Business transacted. Ex
change sold, and Letters of Credit issued, avail
able tn all part3 ot the world.
MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
J. FRANK WA1SON President
R. L. DURHAM Vice-Presldert
R. W. HOYT Cashier
GEO. W. HOYT Assistant Cashier
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING
Interest paid on time deposits.
Drafts and letters of credit tcsued. available
In all parts of the world.
Collections a specialty. Geld dust bought.
LONDON AND SAN FRANCISCO BANK
LIMITED. CAPITAL PAID UP $2.450.C00
Head Office, 73 Lombard street. London.
Tills bank transacts a general banking and
exchange business; makes lor.ns, dkvounts bills
and l33ues commercial and travelers" credits,
available In any olty in the v orld.
Chamber ot C&mmerce building. 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 a General Banking Business.
Exchange bought and sold on all the principal
cities In Europe. Also facilities for telegraphic
transfers. Collections made on favorable ternu
on all accessible points.
SAFE DEPOSIT DEPARTMENT
Connected with the bank. Safes rented on easy
THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Drafts Iwued available In all cities of the
United States and Europe.
President TYLER WOODWARD
Vice-President JACOB KAMM
Cashier f. C. MILLER
BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Head OSce. 60 Lombard street. London.
Com 1 block. 244 Washington at.. Portland.
R. LEA BARNES. Manager.