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About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (May 26, 1900)
THE MOKNING OKEGONIAy, SATURDAY, MAT 26, 1900.
CLASSIFIED AD. RATES
"Rooms." "Jloom aad Botrl" "Bousekee?.
ice Rooms." "SltojUotu "Wanted." 15 words or
Jtft. IS cents: 10 Vi 30 word, 20 cenisf 21to25
words. 20 cents, at. No discount lor additional
UNDER ALL OTHER HEADS except 'New
Today." 30 cents for 10 words or less: 18 to 20
words. 40 cents; 21 to 25 words. CO cents, etc
flrst Insertion. Each iiddltlosal Insertion, cte
c:r. no further discount under one month.
"NEW TODAY (gauge measure agate). 13
cents per line, first insertion; lv cents per lit,
for each additional insertion.
CALVIN HEILIO. Manager.
Two performances, Monday and Tuesday even
ings. May 28 and 29.
DUNNE AND RYLEY'S
DUNNE AND RYLEY'S
WITH AN ALL-aTAR CAST.
PRESENTING CHAS. H. HOYTS
"A KAG BABY."
"A RAG BABY."
"A RAG BABY"
"A RAG BABY."
"A RAG BABY."
A superb comedy organization. Including:
MATHEWS AND BUGLER, Mary Marble.
Norma Whalley. Maude Courtney. Bessie Tan-
nehlll. Walter Jones. Geo. F. Marlon. PnMp II.
lt ley. Tony Hart, and a number of others.
PRICES Lower floor, except last 3 rows.
$1 50. last 3 rows, $1, balcony, first 3 rows.
i. secona a rows, ioc; last ti rows, OOc; gal
lery. 23c. Seats now selling
One week, commencing SUNDAY EVE, MAY
27. Matinee Saturday.
The funniest bf all rare comedies, the-
"REAL WIDOW BROWN."
"REAL WIDOW BROWN."
"REAL WIDOW BROWN,"
"REAL WIDOW BROWN." '
New music. Clever specialties. Excellent cat
of characters. Usual prices.
Tonight and ever night this week. Matinee
.. - Saturday.
L. R. STOCKWELL'S CO. presenting elab
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN."
"UNCLE TOM S CABIN."
"UNCLE TOM'S CABIN."
"UNCLE TOM'S CABIN"
"UNCLE TOM'S CABIN."
Evening, usual prlet-s. teatlnee. 25c to '.any
part of the nous except logei ehlldrrn. 10c.
TOT.R OUTFIT FOR CAPE NOME IS NOT
complete without the Newklrk centrifugal
gold-saving pan. Patent applied for. Ex
hibited on First and Alder streets. The time
Is near at hand; call and nee It In actual
working order. You cannot afford to go
without it. The price Is within the reach
t,t everybody. It only -weighs 12 pounds;
requires no experience to operate It. Price.
$16. Write for circular. Address F. C
Dlez. agent, Portland, Or.
FOR FRESH GREEN VEGETABLES WE
can save you money. Green ieas. 4c lb.;
asparagus. 4c lb.; new potatoes, 2c lb.; string
beans. 2 lbs.. 15c; Oregon cabbage, big heads.
Cc. old potatoes. 00c sack: No. 1 large lem
ons, 10c dozen; good oranges. 20c dozen; best
creamery butter. 45c; 10 lbs. sugar. $1. Both
stores. 412 Washington St.. 232 North 14th.
Both phones. Oregon Cash Grocery. W. H.
FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY PAINLESS Ex
traction of teeth. 25c; no cocaine or poisonous
drugs; satisfaction guaranteed, or no pay.
Kuil s-t if t-th a.-, 10 years guarantee.
291 Morrison st.. near Fifth, room S, room 3.
Don't fontet the number, room 3.
LEA & PERRIN'S SAUCE. PER. BOTTLE.
25c: summer sausage, per lb., 20c; best East
ern hams, 123 per lb.; 2-plnt bottles catsup,
25c McKlnnon Grocery Co., 173 Third st.
ANTON ZILM. teacher ol violin, string quar
tets for entertainments. A. O. U. W. Temple.
Has been leading coal on coast for 20 years.
Pacific Coast Co.. 249 Washington sr Tel. 229.
LUMBER FOR BUILDING mtEKIAL.
Necanlcum Spruce Lumber Co., Seaside, Or.,
Is prepared to furnish all kinds of building
material, reasonable. Write for quotations.
On Improved city and farm property, at lowest
current rates. Building loans. Iniuvllmm:
loans. Maemaster Jt Blrwll. 311 Worcester fc:jc
P. JOHNSON, FLORIST.
Thousands of carnation blooms, 25c to 33c
per dozen. Also good pansy plants. In bloom,
for 15c per dozen. Order now for Decoration
Day. Call 421 Williams ave.
DRESS GOODS 5INAP.
Today we will sell 30-lnch worsted novelty
drcis goods at IS cents a yard. Colors Tan.
olive, myrtle, hello, olive or brown A firm,
solid cloth; a very stylish but neat pattern,
and will roako up equal In appearance to usual
$1 yard fabrics.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
RAILROAD AND MILLMEN WE HAVE FOR
sale the finest location for manufacturing
purposes on the Coast, being two fine tracts
at Ltnnton. Just outside city limits; one
1200 feet, deep-water front, and running back
to N. P. Railroad; and one 1320 feet, deep
water front, and running back to St Helens
county road. Will fell 400 or bOO feet
Grindstaff & Blaln. 246 Stark.
$3500-BEAlTIFUL CORNER. NORTH 17TH
$3250 Quarter, 23d and .Pettygrore; any
$1400 Eight-room new house. East 20th ft.
Large piece water front Furnished house to
rent. R. M. WILBUR, 233 Stark.
FOR SALE NEW 0-ROOM HOUSE. BRICK
basement and furnished attic; fine location. In
Holladays addition: porcelain bath, mantel,
turn: . gas and electric light, sewage con
hectic's; at a sacrifice, $33(w. $1000 cash. F
3S. car Oregonlan.
A NICE BLOCKwiTH thifitZ. BARN AND
orchard desirable distance from the proposed
new plant of Wolff fc Zwlcker Iron Works, at
St. Johns. A good speculation for Home
body. A. E. Jackscn. 10 Worcester block.
CAPITALISTS. ATTENTION 1 HOWE'S AD
dltlon. 73 lots. 5 acres, with house and barns,
etc . for sale cheap. Owner. 271 Fifth t.
opposite City Hall. Oregon Tel. Brown GOO.
And foret reserve scrip for sale. Govern
ment and state land located. J. D. Wilcox
it Co.. 2024 Stark st.
CHOICE LOT FOR SALE. WITHIN 10 MIN
utco' walk of P. O.: for JC50. at $10 per
manth. Address T 3S. Oregonlan.
FRETTY C-ROOM COTTAGE, BARN AND
lot. Mount Tabor Place, only $550; $300 cash.
C E Bennett. 127 Fourth st.
$550 BUYS 20 ACRES S CLEARED; SMALL
house, near Vancouver, on. railroad. K 40
care Oregonlan '
$.Tino-BIXC" 34 (S LOTS AND HOUSE)".
Waverly W. E. Thomas. 400 Chamber of
TIMBER LANDS FOR SALE.
I WILL SELL 2000 ACRES TIMBER WHICH
I own. or will furnish to mills or loggers as
wanted. Benton Klllln. 72S Chamber of
TIMBER LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD IN
large or small tract. Address the Syndi
cate Company. California Bidg., Tacoma.
320 ACRES HEAVY TIMBER. BETWEEN
north and south fork of Santiam. C. Hett
man. Oregon City.
J L. MARTIN & CO.. TIMBER LANDS.
room 4 Benvn block. 5th and Morrison sts.
FOR SALE FARMS.
STOCK AND FRUIT RANCH OF 679 ACRES
for sale, nell watered, good soil. So acres
bearing orchard, only two miles from Oak
land. Douglas County. Or., low price and easy
terms. Apply d'rectly to th Pacific Mutual
Life Insurance Company. San Francises. CaL
.IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE IN ALL
part of Oregon and Washington; payments
mod to suit purchasers. For full particulars
iS rloos properties, apply to Maemaster
4 BlrrelU Sll Worcester block.
FrtR -ALE A FARM OR DAIRY RANCH OF
560 acres, well lorated. a fine place. 2X acre
In tra.s; good bulldlrg. sell cheap or trade
f-r machinery. Inquire the H. C Albee Co
200 East, Water street.
55 TRES. K MILES EAST: 27 ACRES HAY
10 fruit, balance potatoes and grain, barxaln!
Manater Pacific Pottery Works.
FARM NEAR TOWN;. S4 ACRES. IN CULTI
rMlon. ner- house and barn; equity H 42.
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
WE WISH JTO BUY A- QUARTER BLOCK.
improved, with a 9-room house, for about
$3000 to $3500; will pay $700 or $500 down
and balance In Installments of $50 per month;
location must be good and sightly, and East
Side preferred. Rountreo & Diamond. 241
Stark st.. cor Second. Phone Grant 231.
W ANTED THE BEST S OR 10-ROOM HOUSE
and lot that can be bought fcr $2000 cash. Ad.
dreg R 40. care Oregonlan.
BELGIAN HAKES FOR SALE.
LOS ANGELES BELGIAN HARE CO.,. OF 249
Fifth street, have received another Invoice
of hares, which will be sold; while they
last, for J10 to $17.' bred. This rabbltry
has Britain Fox. score 85, the high
est-scorlng representative of tfce Britain
strain. Service fee. S2S. Hare nraetleallv
bred, correctly managed and offered" at sen- j
sioie prices; quality considered. Personal
attention gtvi to every detail of the busi
ness. Shipments made to all parts of the
country la light & airy crates Phone Clay DSl.
Are you Interested? If hot. why not? We har
established a branch of cur Los Angeles JUb.
bstry In Seattle, where you can procure stock
that Is acclimated, and cave expressage.
Nothing but pedigreed and fancy stock han
dled. Correspondence solicited. Ralph M.
Watson & Co.. 2200 Sixth ave. Seattle.
BELGIAN HARES. REASONABLE; CHAM
plon Yukon. Gold Bug. Sir Styles. Los An
geles Rabbltry. 20th and Oregon. Portland, or.
JEFFERSON STREET BABBITRY. N. E.
cor Sixth and Jefferson: stock from $3 to $70
pair: Lord Britain. Banbury and Sir Styles.
PORTLAND BELGIAN HARE CO. 110 SEC
ond st.; largest on the N W Coast, all prices.
Rabbltry. Midway. Oregon City line.
BELGIAN HARES. THOROUGHBRED
stock for sale. Emmett Crosby. Eden Vale,
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE ONE OF THE LARGEST. BEST
and cheapest fire and burglar-proof safes In
the dry; Just the safe for a railroad or larg
corporation. Rountree fc Diamond. 241 Stark
st. Phone Grant 291.
FOR SALE-ONE FIRST-CLASS TICKET ON
steamer Noma City, for man or woman, for
$100. Address Mrs. Williamson, Merchants
Hotel, or Baumgartner. 255 Stark st
TWO CARLOADS NEW RIGS. PAKT RUB-
ter tire; old ones taken In trade; 500 rets
harness. 100 saddles. 75 second-hand rigs.
S Tomlinson. 211 Washington st.
PARTIES GOING TO CAPK NOME, CALL AT
Portland Club, 130 Fifth st.. and get one or
two bottles of 20-j-ear-oId whisky. 110 proof.
None better In the world.
Tjpewrlters. all makes rented and rold; expert
repairing; efflce upp!cs and decks. Coast
Agency Co.. 2C6V4 Stark st. Both phones.
BEDROOM SUIT. BABY BUGGY. CARPET.
dihw. stove and other household goods. Call
10 to 12 or 3 to 7. 530 Everett.
FOR SALE FRESH MILCH COWS; SUIT
able for Cape Nome trade. Inquire at Fates
FOR IiEST FIR. OAK AND ASH WOOD GO
to Pioneer Wood Yard, foot of Morrison at.
$10 FOR A NEW GAS COOKER: $2 CASH.
balance $2 per month. Gas Co.. 174. Fifth t.
Magic lanterns, new. second-hand, moving plc
tnrcs. Bullard & Brrtk. 131 Post, San Fran.
HORSE. RT-GGY AND HARNESS FOR SALE
cheap. Apply Model Stables. Fifth and Va.1
HORSE. BUGGY AND HARNESS FOR SALE
cheap. Apply Model Stables. Fifth and Davis.
E ARE GOING TO MOVE TO OUR NEW
building, cor Park and Washington, and aro
closing out every new. slightly used and sre-ond-hand
piano and organ at lss than agents'
wholesale prices. Ellers Piano House. 107
First st.. the N. W. General Agency of
Chickerlng. Kimball and Weber pianos, Kim
ball and Crown organs.
SHERMAN. CLAY A CO.. ROOMS 10 AND 17
Russel building, cor. Fourth and Morrison.
Stelaway U Sons. A. B. Chas and Emerson
planes. A. B. Chase and W. W. Putnam or
gans. Csth or installments. Gramophones aal
Regtna music bcxes.
NEW PIANO FOR -RENT VERY CHEAP.
Graves & Co.. 2S5 Alder. 124 Sixth st.
SOULE BROS.. EXPERT TUNERS. 107 FIRbT
wl Vhtmm KHr Pano Hous.
HELP "VVAXTED 3TALE.
R. R. MEN, $1.75. PASS; 6 COOKS. $40 AND
$50, room, fares; 2 waiters, $25, room; gang
edger-roen. $2.50; ratchet setter, $2.50; one
$32 50, beard; mill hands. $1.75; machinists.
$3.25; brick setter. $45, board; farm hands.
$25, woodchoppers. $1 to $1.05; bolt-cutters.
80c Call and see us. Canadian Agency, 22ti'
WANTED-SEWING MACHINE CANVASSER
and closer, on commission basis, for city of
ti thousand vicinity: good field. Push
Wheeler &. Wilson. Davis, New Home, etc
Steady employment and good salary to right
party, if familiar with housefurnlshlng
goods. Address F 42. care Oregonlan.
SALESMAN WANTED MOST LIBERAL AR
rangement will be mido with capable, experi
enced subscription book salesman; new stand
ard works; no competition. For full particu
lars address Syndicate Publishing Co., 1)27
Market eU. San Francisco.
WANTED A FIRST-CLASS SHORT-ORDER
cook; night work; must understand pastry
work; salary $20 per week: no dubs need ap
ply Mancx's Cafe, 207 Cherry st. Seattle.
WANTED A FIRST-CLASS MILLWRIGHT,
to look after machinery In stavo and heading
mill; to the right man steady work will be
gl'ven. Address T 42. caro Oreganlan.
DISHWASHER. CITY. $5: COAST, $18 MO.;
cooks. $3rt, $45; also Japs, city and out; 40
laborers for Lg. camp. $30. mo. and board.
Drake. 152 First
WANTED-EXPERIENCED SOLICITOR; ONE
acquainted with the city; a good salary and
commission for right man; state experience.
X S5. Oregonlan.
WANTEDA GOOD SADDLE HAND. CALL
at ot3ce of Hotel Perkins. Thursday evening,
the 24th Inst, or address Farley & Frank.
The Dalles. Or.
WANTED-EXPERIENCED MARKERS AND
sorters; fare to Seattle advanced: also other
help wanted. Cascade Laundry Co., SeatDc.
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS CLUB WAITER;
steady position: must b neat and have best
of references. Apply steward Arlington Club.
COLUMBUff CALIFORNIA WINE DEPOTi
P. Loratl, 148 Fourth. Headquarters for
cooks., waiters, bartenders. TeU Main 751.
HARNESSMAKERS STEADY EMPLOY
ment to first-class workmen. Apply John
Clark A Son, J04 Front st
WANTED UNION BARBER. FOR WEDNBS
day and Saturday; guarantee of $4.50. Apply
22 North Third st
A FIRST-CLASS SADDLEMAKER; GOOD
Job for good man. Henry L. Kuck. The
OUNG MAN ON SMALL PLACE; WAGES
$15. Call before 10 o'clock. 43 North Ninth
Worklngman'a Barber Snop; haircut 15c. shart
10c: 6 chairs. Ed Dennison. 200 Morrison st
QUARTZ MINER TO JOIN PARTY ON FROS
pectlng trip. X 38. care Oregonlan.
SHOEMAKER FOR EASTERN WaSHING
ton. good wages; apply 73 Front st
WANTED-EXPERIENCED BELL BOY, AT
Esmond Hotel. Apply today.
CARPENTERS WANTED. APPLY TOLA.
Conn. Fort Stevens. Or.
OUR SPECIALTY 10c DRINKS. SLTTER'S
Cafe. 148 Sixth st
BARBER WANTED 2111 MORRISON.
HELP "WANTED FEMALE.
WAITRESSES. ALBANY $4 WK-. COAST $20
Oregon Clt $17 50 city, hotel and restaur
ants, cooks. B -H . $is to $25. 5 second -wotk;
2 shirt machine hands, laundry $12 wk; 2
starchers $1 50. housework. Tacoma. Ellens
burg. Hood River. Skamekawo, Catlla. and
150 orders In city. $12 to $25; young girl
companion. Canadian Parlors. 22fl Morrl
eon. Save from 3 lo C months' time by taking up
the easily acquired, quick and legible Pernln
Shorthand, at Behnke's Pernln Shorthand
School i Com'l College. 614 Commercial blk.
WANTED A YOUNG LADY WHO HAS
taken library course of Instruction, for a per
manent position. Address W 41. care Orego
nlan. WANTED EXPERIENCED CHOCOLATE
and cram dipper, in wholefale candy fac
tory. Address X 40. care Oregonlan.
WANTED WOMAN HOUSEKEEPER, WILL
lns to leave city; three chlldmt Inquire 507
WANTED A GIRL FOR-GENERAL HOUSE
work in imall family. 35 North lMi, corner
HEL1 WASTED FEMALE.
HOTEL -LAUNDRESS FOR -E. OREU RE
sort, $20; waitress fcr city, $0; cooks. $30;
domestics (Japs, also): berry pickers. Drake.
WANTED COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework. Inquire SS 22d st.
GIRL TO DO COOKING AND HOUSEWORK;
small family. 403 East Davis st.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. 223
12th st.. near Salmon.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. IN
qutre at 305 Alder.
SITUATION WANTED MALE.
YOUNG MAN WANTS OFFICE WORK; UN
derstonds bookkeeping and typewriting; will
ing to work for small salary i chance, for
advancement; references. Address L 46, caro
YOUNG MAN OF MECHANICAL ABILITY
and good education wishes position where h.
can learn trade; best of references. J 42, care
WANTED-POSITION. BY YOUNG MAS'. Ex
pert stenographer, of eight years' experi
ence; best of references. Address L 30, care
BY YOUNG COLORED MAN s FROM THE
East; dining-room work or delivering pre
ferred; references furnished. K 42. care Ore
A RELIABLE COLORED MAN. WITH GOOD
reference, wants steady employment. K-'SS,
COOD JAPANESE BOY WANTS TO .DO
housework or cooking. N 44. care Oregonlan.
SITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNG MAN,
at any kind of work. H 41. Oregonlan.
A MAN OF FAMILY WISHES POSITION AS
bartender. F 41. care Oregonlan.
SITUATION WAXTED FEMALE.
GIRL WISHES POSITION IN FRIVATE
family to do second work and sewing.. C7
COMPETENT. RELIABLE GIRL WISHES
situation as cook; state wages. K 41. care
ONE DOLLAjf A TEAR PROTECTS YOU. WE
Issue more accident policies than any other
similar company In the world, because we
Issuo the most popular and cheapest insur
ance written. Ono dollar a year pays for a
$000 policy; other amounts In proportion. No
assessmects or dues. Death benefits, weekly
Indemnity, free medical attendance; many
other original and popular features. Either
sex between 10 and 65 years. $100,000 depos
ited with New York Insurance Department
protects policy-holders under pur system. All
clalmi promptly and liberally settled. Write
for application blank. Reliable representa
tives wanted everywhere. The International
Registry Company, ISO Broadway, New York.
AGENTS ON SALARY OR COMMISSION.
The greatest itgents seller ever riroducM;
every user of pen and Ink buys It on sight;
200 to MO per cent profit; one agent's sales
amounted to $G20 In C days; another $32 In 2
hourr. Monroe Mfg. Co., X 44. La -Crosse. Wis.
ArENTS WE V'E MONEY-MAKERS AND
money-getters; young man, work for jour
self; Inclose stamp for list Address Agents'
Supply Co.. box 103S. Portland, Or.
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED TO RENT A NEATLY FURNISH
ed house, central location, by a family of
two G 41. care Oregonlan.
WANTED TO RENT OR BUY CHEAP FUR
nlshed cottage (or lot). Clatsop Beach; glvj
description, price, location. G 38. care Ore
gonlan. WE GUARANTEE to pay more than other
dealers for second-hand furniture, and any
household goods. 235 Cth.-Phone Brown S53.
WANTED TO BUY SECOND-HAND HAR
nes and buggy, or spring wagon; single or
double. Joseph Kuerten, Oregon City, Or.
WANTED TO BUT CAST-OFF CLOTHING;
price no object Maine Loan Ofllpe, 7U North
Third st Oregon phone Clay CS2.
FIVE MEN "WANTED TO GO TO NOME ON
salary; little money required. C12 Commer
WANTED REAL ESTATE SOLICITORS TO
sell Astoria real estate. Address F 37, care
Cast-off second-hand clothing wanted at 87 N.
iUL Prices no object Oregon phone Clay A13.
WANTED TO BORROW $10,000. 2 YEARS'
time. Inside property J 39, Oregonlan.
WANTED-C0 PACK ANIMALS. 211 1VASH
Ington st. S. Tomlinson.
THE SPALDING. B. E. COR. PARK AND
Alder sts.. under the management of the
owner. Helen F. Spalding The moot complete
apartment-bouse In the Northwest: chclca
rooms, for gentlemen cr gentleman and wife;
fumissed housekeeping suites a specialty.
THE PLEASANTON. 2SS?i THIRD ST. FINE
furnished rooms, en suite, single or house
keeping; sunlight In all rooms; bath Included;
moat reasonable terms; transient solicited.
THE NEWCASTLE. S. E. COR. THHID AND
Harrison sts. Rooms, furnished or unfur
nished; all modern convenience: references.
The La Porte, 170V& Third, cor Yamhill Flrst
rlass. clean and neat rooms, $1 per week and
up; transient 25c and up; and housekeeping.
THE GILBERT LARGE. WELL-FURNISHED
rooms; all modern conveniences. Third and
Taylor eta,: entrance, 207 Taylor.
42f ALDER. THE STEVENS FURNISHED
and unfurnished rooms, with or without
board; modern; new. clean.
FURNISHED ROOM; USE OF BATH AND
telephone: $0 per month. Southeast conwr
11th and Ccuch streets.
GILMAN HOTEL Bnck bldr.. central; fur
nished rooms. $1 week and up. 1st and Alder.
FRONT ROOM FOR RENT. 249 FOURTH
st. near Main.
Rooks "With Heard.
PORTLAND WOMEN'S UNION: 12TH YEAR;
rooms with board; enameled bath tube; us
cf library; Women's Excange; Industrial
school. Address Mrs. E. C. George, auperlt
tendent 510 Flanders street
HOTEL VENDOME MODERN FAMILY
house; elegant accommodations; all light
rooms; first-class board; service unexcelled,
low rates: select patronage solicited. Cor.
13th and Alder sts.
FOR RENT NICELY FURNISHED ROOM,
with board. In private family, or. Nob Hill;
references required: room, suitable for man
and wife or two gentlemen. Inquire C 42.
DESIRABLE ROOMS. SINGLE OR EN
suite, "with excellent board; choice location;
all modern; reasonable rates. 394 Alder st,
PLEASANT ROOMS. WITH OR WITHOUT
board: gas. bath, free telephone; $18. 533
THE BROWN FAMILY HOTEL. COR. GRAND
and Hawthomo aves.; elevator, telephone.
LOVELY FRONT ROOM, en suite; also ilnglo
rooms; with first-class table. 225 11th st
PLEASANT. WELL - FURNISHED ROOMS,
with board. 167 11th et. near Morrison.
NICELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM. WITH
board. 141 West Park. cor. Alder.
ROOM& WITH OR WITHOUT -BOARD;
near car line. 183 North iSth.
THREE CONNECTING HOUSEKEEPING
rooms, with all conveniences, -a lth use of
telephone. 205 11th st. near Taylor.
THRBE ELL-FURNISKED HOUSEKEEP
lng rdocTS.. with pantry, piano and water,
$10 50 per month. iSS Pettygrovc st
LONDON HOUSE. FIRST AND PINE TWO
lovely large, clean ftirnlshed housekeeping
rooms; reasonable, respectable.
1S7 CHAPMAN. NEAR TAYLOR FOUR DE
Klrable furnished room, with bath, for light
housekeeping private family.
534 MORRISON ST. VERY DESIRABLE'
housekeeping rooms, furnished or unfurnished.
Telephone, gas and- lath
! FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS:
pantry, rink: first .floor t no children. tX North
13th. near Davis.
595 FOURTH. COR. SHERMAN-SIX UN-,'
furnished housekeeping rooms. JJL5V month,,
lacltallss water. - - -
JlouekeeBlBg TlonsasV .,; 1 .
3LEGANTLY FURNISHED HOUSEKEEP
Ing rooms and cottage; owner leaving city.
409 MORRISON. ST.-FURNfSHED HOUSK
kceplng rooms; all conveniences; best loca
tion. FOR RENT-HOUSEKEEITNG ROOMS.WITH
gas range, hot and cold water 104 Park st
ROOMS. FOR LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING. 421
East Morffson st No' children wanted.
FURNISHED ROOMS. FOR HOUSEKEEF
Ing; very reasonable. 522 First st
30S FOURTH ST. FLAT 5 UNFURNISHED
FOR RENT A. HANDSOME AD COMMODI
OUS 11 -roam house, dowrf town; corner; just
the place for a doctor. David 3. Stearns, 249
COTTAGE. 12n 17TH. NEAR GLlSAN, by the
1st Jane. Inquire Max Smith', Vienna Cafe,
231 Morrison st
FOR RENT ON. JUNE 1. DWELLING
house. 774 Hoyt st Inquire at 40 SecoT.d'st,
FOR RENT COTTAGE. MODERN. C ROOMS.
East Side. $20; three months or longer. Phone
FOR RENT MODERN 9-ROOM COTTAGE AT
I5th And Belmont A. T. Webb.
AT SEASIDE THREE FURNISHED COT
tages. Address Geo. Noland. Astoria. Call at
Noland cottage. Seaside. Or.
AN 8-ROOM FURNISHED HOUSE; PIANPh
all modern conveniences; references. 3SS
Patk. Apply S91 Seventh.
FURNISHED HOUSE: BEAUTDTUL. MOD
ern home, sightly, on car line; fruit and flow
ers. 291 Eugene st
NEWLY FURNISHED 0-ROOM HOUSE. WITH
bath: 320 Chapman st Phono Hood 703. No
STORE TO RENT WITH CQMPLETE FIX
ttrre for grocery; living rooms In rear; good
location: two blocks from eteel bridge, cor
near Larrabee and Haeealo. East Side,
GOOD CORNER, SUITABLE FOR GROCERY
market or family liquor store; can glvtt long,
lease; centrally located. Inquire 234 Yamhill
st. cor. Second, of Anthony Ferrera.
FOR RENT QNE-HALF STORE. '323 MOR
rtson st; heat and light furnished. Inquire
OFFICE AND UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR
rent. Russel building, Morrison, corner
17 wemen wanted suflenpg from Irregular,
painful periods; Ieucorrho;a (whitest, and all
complicated diseases pertaining to changrs of
life, cured by old Dr. KessUr, cor. !eccsd
end Yamhill sts. 329 women called iajt
month. Consultation free, and private rooiru
fcr ladles. If can't call, write, inclosing 10
2c stamps. Hundreds treated at home by his
WOULD LTKE TO FORM THE ACQUAINT
ancc of refined. Intelligent gentlemen who
are Judges of good whisky; III Crown Cyrus
Noble and IIII Monogram. Hunter Rye and
Portland Club. 20 years old. rpeclxltles. Port
land Cafe, 130 Fifth, bstween Washington
and Alder. F. J. Hellen. Manager.
BLAZIER'S CONCERT HALL
BLAZIER'S CONCERT HALL
2S BURNSIDB STREET
24S BURNSIDE STREET
Sole Agent O. P. S. Bourbon. Also handling
Three-Crown Cyrus Noble.
INDIAN MEDIUM. GIFTED INDIAN, BORN
with double veil, tells past present and fu
ture, h".als all diseases by the use of Indian
herbs; reading by letter. $1. Mrs. Professor
Wheatly Howe. Confidential. 271 Fifth St.
opposlto City Hall. Tel. Brown 099.
DRESS SUITS RENTED. ALL SIZKS. WE
call for. spenge, press and deliver oa fttlt ct
J'Cfuf clothing each week, sew on bu'.tors, nr
up rlru. for $1 per month. Dyeing, mom
cleaning and repairing. Unique Tailoring Co..
3J7 Washington, both 'phones.
ItLOND'S PREVENTATIVE CONES FOR
prevention of disease The best antiseptic
No failure. Sent to any address; -per dox.
$1 50; samples, loc Illond Ciem. Co, P. O.
Box 974. Portland.
MANLY VIGOR RESTORED BY DR. ROB
erts Nerve Globules, one month's treatment
$2; 3 mor,th. $5. Sent securely sealed by
malL Agents. WoodanT Clarke. Portland.
PARTIE3 GOING TO CAPE NOME. CALL AT
Portland Club. 130 Fifth st. and get one or
two bottles of 20-ycar-old whisky, 110 proof.
None better In the world.
roUR 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: 250 business cards. $1; 500, $1.50.
' Brown & Schmale. 229 First at. Portland.
FRITZ' CONCERT HALL; largest cafe on Pa
cific Coast: 540 o 246 Burnslde. Wdahard's
beer .on draught Clubrcoms upstairs.
COVFINIENT CASES RECEIVED AND
cared for at physician's house. Dr. Arthur
De Voe. Seattle.
UNCLE BLOCK HAS SOLD HIS ENTIRE
business to the Reliable Loan Offlce.-ffl Third
st, cor. Fine.
BILLY LEA'S BICYCLE HOSPITAL. 1(0 4TH.
Phone Clay-041. Wheels called for, delivered.
DELICIOUS ICE CREAM; YOUR ORDERS
solicited at Jolls. 313 Morrison. Both phonei.
CUT RATES Oregon Dye. Works: cleaning and
dyeing. Burnslde, near 8th. Tel Red 2903.
CLOTHES MENDED FOR LADIES AND
gentlemen. Apply at room 45 Labbe Mdg.
WOULD YOU MARRY IF SUITED? SfiNp
stamp tp lock box CC0. Portland. Or.
MRS. DR. McCOY. electric- treatments. ISV,
Flrtt f4 . cor. Alder, rooms 38 and 39.
HONEY TO LOAN en furniture or gooc securi
ties. S. W. King, rcom 45 Washington bldr.
LOANS WITHOUT PUBLICITY ON FURNI
ture. pianos, salaries, etc. Can be paid in
Installments, reducing interest Rati-s lower
than the lowest F. W. Graves. Mgr., 124
fith, near Wash., ground floor. Tel. Green 44.
State funds leaned 6 per cent W. E. Thomas
state agt. for Mult Co.. 400 Cham, of Cora.
LOANS. FURNITURE. ETC.. LOWEST
rates. 319 Allsky bidg. Phone Hood G53.
MONEY TO LOAN. 6 per cent farm or city
property. O. M. Smith. 814 CK ct Cotnmerca,
$200,000 TO LOAN AT 5H. 0. T PER CENT.
City and suburban property jor ale and rent
Agent for Westchester fire Insuranc Co.
Wm. G. Beck. 221 Morrison t
LOANS ON REAL ESTATE IN OREGON
cr Washington. 6 lo 8 per cent C20 Mar
MONEY TO LOAN. ANY AMOUNT. AT LOW
est rates, and abstract Of title famished.
Portland Abstract Co.. C02 Commercial bloc.
MONEY LOANED ON BICYCLES. PIANOS.
furniture and other securities. W. A. Hath
away, room 10 Wash. bidg. Phone South 7S1.
MONEV TO LOAN IN SUMS FROM $5 TO
$500. on all classes of security. R..tEcker
sort ii Co . room 5 Washington building.
MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL KINDS OF SE
curity. Wra. Holl. room 9. Washington bidg.
LOANS WITHOUT PUBLICITY ON REAL
or chattel mortgages, personal or salary be
ctirlty. at low rates. C W. Pallett 213 Ccm.
roerclal block. TL Grant 56.
LOANS on chattels, salaries, etc.: fow'rates;
s tar first Mann 4 Co.. 0 D'kuw bidg.
LOST AND JFOUND,
IF TIF PERSON WHO REMOVED CERTAIN"
Jewelry from the train oetween Seattle and
Portland Saturday night, will deliver same
to room -t Chamber of Commerce, Portland,
at once. $200 will be paid said person, and no
action will be taken.
LOST HEIFER CALF. JERSEY; BRANDED
on right hip letter "S." Bultablo reward wii;
be paid. Lave notice at Wlngart'i grocery
LOST A LADY'S GOLD WATCH AND
chain; small tintype In back of rase. Re
turn to The Hobart-Curtls, and receive re
ward. LOST BUNCH OF KEYS. ON DAVIS. BE
twecn Sixth and Park. Rirturn to Oregonlan
LOST LIGHT BAY HORSE; RIGHT - HAND
ankle white. ReturnfH9 Third. Howard.
LOST--WH1TE BULL TERRIER PUP. RE- I
turn 228 Fourth st Reward.
Asrrlcaltsrs.1 Implements, Msicklnery
Grebe. Harder A Co.; Mlllbum wagons, car
riages, farm machinery, pumpa. Wo'HT-Amet-Ican
bicycles. lKI-tf Madison.
EDWARD HUGHES. WAGONS. CARRIAGES
and farm machinery of all kinds. 180. Front
JOHN POOLE: Newton wagons, buggies, wind
mills, pumps, machinery. Foot Morrison st.
W, C HOLMAN; WAGON. CARRIAGE AND
agricultural: Implements 210-214 Front at
Assay-era and Analysts.
Portland Assay OfSc 229 Stark Ore tested, re
'P&ru'd on as to most economical method of
working; gold bought W. J. Curtis, arsayer.
J. IL FI3K. MINERAL ASSATER AND
chemist; gold dust bought 304& Wasnlngtoa.
PAUL BAUMEL. ASSAYER AND ANALYIST;
gold dust bought 22SVa Stark, st
DIt BENJAMIN. OF SAN FRANCISCO,
phrenologist and astrologist 203 First st.
EDWARD T. TAGGART. ATTORNKY-AT-law.
general practice. 513 Chamber of Com
merce. S. H. GRUBER. LAWYER; mining, admiralty
and collections; specialties. Commercial, blk.
J. W. RANSOM. ATTORN EY-AT-LAW AND
counselor. Bates Bank bidg.. Portland. Or.
E. W. BINGHAM, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Re
moved to til Union blk., 227 Stark.
TURKISH BATHS; also massage; lady attend-
-ant' 107 4th st, bet Washington afldStari.
DEKUM Bathrooms: popular baths massage.
electricity. 714-15-16 Dekum. Phone Red 2S45.
J. K. GILL & CO,. WHOLESALE AND RE
tall booksellers and stationers. 133-35 3d st
Cape Nome SappIIes.
NOME MACHINERY WE CARRY LARGEST
coast stock of boilers, pumps, steam, gaso
line, land and marine engines. Write for
prices and delivery. Baker js Hamilton. Pine,
Davis and Market sts.. San Francisco. Cat.
PARTIES GOING TO CAPE NOME. CALL AT
Portland Club. 130 Fifth st. and get one or
two bottles of 20-ycar-old whisky, 110 proof.
None better In the world.
CAPE NOME. KLONDIKE AND LOCAL
camp and mining outfits; hardware, stoves,
cooking utensils. Adolph Dekum. Ill First
SHEET COPPER. .RALSTON STILLS. AND
everything needed by miners, at Daytou
Hardware Co. 102 and 194 First st
AT WHOLESALE PRICES CAPE .NOME
supplies In groceries' and provisions. Rlchet
& Co.. 112-114 Front st
Blankets, furnishing &oods, rubber. Oil clothing.
Will Wolf, Nome Outfitter. 203 Morrison.
Carpenters aaa Builders.
JOHN A. MELTON, carpenter, buliaer; office
and- store fixtures. Ore. teL 747. 235 Stark.
A E. ROPER. HOUSE BUILDING AND RE
pafrlng. 3M East feth at N. Tel. Pink 010.
Chinese and Japanese Goods.
Empress Bazaar, manufacturers ladles" chll-drcn-'a
and gents? underwear, 12S Fifth st
L. MITCHELL, FIRST licensed cipert chiropo
dist In Portland: patronized by Portland's
400; no ex,tra charge for calling at residence.
Office 100 Cth. opposite P. C. Ttl. Hood 914.
"WM. DEVENY & MAUD DEVENT. THE"
only -dentine chlropodlits. Room 301 Ali&ky
bidg.. 'M and. Morrison. Ore. phone Grant 10.
Miss Dart., chiropody, manicuring. 50 Union bk,
lst-Stark. 9 A, M. to5P.lt. Tel. Front 544.
ClenalnK and Dyelagr.
CLOTHING CLEANED OR DYED; WE CALL
for, clean, press and deliver one suit each
week for $1 per month. We do all kinds of,
repairing; flr&t-c!ass wu-k. Satisfaction guar
anteed. Jacobson Cleaning Co.. 433 Washing
ton st Oregon phons Green 4S1.
Trench Cleaning & Dyeing Works; J. Deieau.
prop. Phcne Red 095. 445 Gllsan st
VULCAN COAL CO.. DEALERS IN HOUSE.
steam and blacksmith coals. Also foundry
coke. Front St.. near Gllsan.
HERMAN METZGER. PURCHASER OF
hides, pelts, furs, wool, mohair, tallow, old
rubber and old metal, and general commission
merchant Front st. near Main. Portland,
Or. Cash advances on consignments.
TAYLOR. YOUNG A CO., SHE? BROKERS
and commission merclianU. Sherlock bidg;,
ALLEN & LEWIS. COMMISSION AND PRO
duce merchants. Front & D ats., Portland. Or.
EVERDLS'G &. FARRELL. commission, butter.
eggs, chickens and farm produce, Portland.
METAL SKYLIGHTS. GALVANIZED DSON
cornices. J. C Bayer, 265 2d st.
DR. C B. BROWN. Tel. Ore. Red 2S46; resl
dence. White 034. 514-15-10 Dekum bidg.
OODARD. CLARKE & CO..
Cor. 4th and Washington sts.
Dyeing: and Cleaning.
H. W. TURNER. PROFESSIONAL DYER
and cleaner. 301 17th. Tel. RcC 131.
PORTLAND BUSEN'ESS COLLEGE. 5TH AND
Yamhill; A. P. Armstrong, prln.r J A.
Wesco. sec Open all the year; students ad
mitted at any time; catalogue free.
DR. SCHRAMEK." MANUFACTURER OP
electric belts. 270& Front
Fence and Wire Works,
OLD EAST POP.TLAND FENCE AND "WDtE
"Works. A Carlson. 289 E. Morrison at
ROSECRANTZ & SAVRANSKY HAVE RE
tnoved from 254 First st to 215 Front, cor.
Salmon. Highest price paid for household
goods. Also cheapest place in Portland to
purchase household goods. Ore. tel. Hood 473
Iron. Founders, Macu'sts, Ship B'ld'r.
Wolff & Zwlcker Iron Works; designers and
mfrs. of ships, steamboats, marine, mining
and milling machinery; riveted steel pipe
Coppersmith; steamboat, distillery and brewery
work; repairs soda fountains, confectioners
kettles, etc. Wm. Healy, 240 12th st north.
Harness and -Saddles.
THE BREYMAN LEATHER CO.. HARNESS
and" sola leather, saddlery, hardware, findings
and shoe-store supplies. 73 Front st
THE GEORGE LAWRENCE CO.. WHOLE
sale saddlers and harness manufacturers,
leather and saddlery hardware. 72 Front st
Ice Cream Dealers.
SPECIAL PRICES to lodgers, boarding-houses'
etc Jolls. 313 Morrison. Both phones. '
HAMBURG-BREMEN FIRE INS. CO. 102
1st st. Bayd & Arnold, general agents.
-Iron Fonnders and Machinists.
Smith & Watson Iron Works; engines and bolt
ers; logging engines a ppedalty; quartz and
taw mills, misc. machinery. Front and Hall
PACIFIC LADDER WORKS. LADDERS OF
alt kinds. Cor. E. Cth and Oak.
J. A. REID. xnfr. boot and hoe,uppers; full
stock shoemakers supplies. 207 Washington st
"Livery, Feed and Sale Stables.
FRAZIER & McLEAN. LIVERY, FEED AND
sale stable. 200 to 206 Fifth st. cor. Taj lor.
Rubber-tire rigs aspeclaltj.
Marble and Granite "Works.
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS: marble, gran
ite and stone work. Schanen fc Neu 2Ca 1st
MONUMENTS AT COST, to reduce stock be
fore moving, down town. Weeks, 720 Front
Oo Schumann, mfg. marble and granite mon- I
uments. estimates oa building work. 204 30.
MRS. C. J MAPLE. MAGNETIC HEALER
t wtatmer method), personal and absent treat
. ments. 308 Third st. Portland. Or.
WOODARD. CLARKE & CO.. WHOLESALE
and retail, comer Fourth and Washington.
WESTACOTT & KNIGHT HIGH-GRADE
indies, uom pnonesv 4 East Alder st
"THE SNOWDEN" BATHROOMS RE
opencd. 131 4Ui: formerly "The Nelson":
tub, and vapor baths, massage. Tel. Red. 421.
kA-T 5JVks Massage treatments at
15& ah'.ajnon st, room 22. Hours. 10-3
P. M. dally.
HT SIVEa MASSAGE TREATMENTS AT
h Washington st. room 22. Hours. 10-3
-P. M. dally.
8ELECT"" MASSAGE AND MAGNETIC: LADY
from San Francisco. Parlor 20. 26S4 Stat!.
LADY GIVES VAPOR BATHS AND MAS
sage at 813 Washington st. room 38.
LADY GIVES VAPOR BATHS AND MAS
gec at 313SS Washington st, room 33.
RHEUMATIC CURE SPECIFIC
The "Greek" rheumatic specific Is a pura
vegetable remedy, guaranteed to positively
cure any and all kinds of rheumatism, acute or
chronic Being Imported direct from Greece,
can only be had from L- T. Lewis. CS and "0
First st, Portland. Or. Office hours. 0 A. M.
to 5 P. M. For full Information call or write.
Not for sale by drug stores.
DR. DARRIN. 25 Morrison st. Portland. Or.,
specialist In all chronic diseases of men and
women. Varicocele, stricture or hydrocele
guaranteed cured in one day. No pain, no
detention. Consultation free. Call or write.
Dr. Flora A. Brown: diseases of women and
children a specialty. Consultation and diag
nosis free. 517-518 The Dekum. Portland. Or.
MRS. MANEWELL. THE ORDAINED ME
dlum. gives readings, dally, from 0 A. M. to
8 P. M.; work confident and satisfactory, or
no. fees accepted. 32S& Washington, room 34.
HUMAN AILMENTS TREATED. ADVANCF.D
In physiological medical science, M. H.
"White, 303-304 Allsky bidg.. 3d and Morrison.
T1UCO. FCHULZE. MERCHANT TAILOR. 372
E. Burnslde, fine Spring and Summer goods
CAPE NOME GOLD PARTIES WISHING- TO
obtain stock in the Alaska Bedrock Dredging
Co.. or Information regarding" same, apply
room 43 McKay block. Portland. Or.
PROSPECTS AND MINES EXAMINED ON
reasonable terms; bank reference. E. O.
Smith. M. E.. 2S6 14th st, Portland. Or.
EASTERN OREGON GOLD FIELDS THE
Richardson Gold Mining Co. offers a few thou
sand shares of stock for 7c Active derelop
rncnt going on. Large ore body; good values.
For particulars call or write-. H. Sher
rod & Co., room 2 Chamber ot Commerce.
We deal In Eastern Oregon. Bohemia and
u,:,u uirjou mines ana mining siocks.
Davidson, Word & Ccw 403 Chamber cf Com.
SUMPTER GOLD FIELDS: MINES AND
mining stock bought and sold. E. A. Clem A
Co.. 146 Third st, Portland. Or.
Wllney concentrator, Drake amaL. Ideal stamp
mill, mining cars. Tatura & Bowen. 9-35 1st
GUITAR TAUGHT BY BOSTON CONSERVA
tory method. The shortest, easiest and most
practical course. Rapid advancement guar
anteed. Lessons by mail. Room 35 KusscI
block. J. C. Fritz.
LESSONS ON VIOLIN. VIOLA, CORNET;
music furnished for all occasions; fiddle mart
Emll Thlelhorn. 209 Jefferson. TeL West 1004.
Oregon Viaxl Company.
Lewis bidg.. Park ard Slorrlson. Freo Health
lectures to women Thursday, at 23 P. M.
DR. W. A. ROGERS. OSTEOPATH. SUITE
5J3 Marquam bidg.; acute and chronic dis
eases. Ladles wishing lady operator will b
attended by Dr. Rhoda C Hlsks. gnuluato
under Dr. A. T. Still, founder ot Osteopathy.
Phone Main 27.
DRS. NORTHRUP g ALKXRE. OSTEOPATHS,
suite 4IG Dekum bidg. Investigation respect
fully solicited; examination free. Phone Main
DR. L. B. SMITH. PIONEER OSTEOPATH,
scite 409 Oregonlan building. Fhone Oak 421.
Larsen. the palmist; readings, 50c; best book
for students, "Practical Hand-Reading." Il
lustrated, for sale by author, 2S5 First st
LADD'S CANYON FARM IS NOW OPEN
for cattle and horses. Apply to F. Miller, on
the premises. Ladd Tilton. agents.
T. J. OEISLER. 010-611 CHAMBER OF COM.
Registered attorney U. S. Patent Once.
THE GALLERY AT 203 FIRST ST.. COR.
Taylor, haa changed management For a good
photo at tho lowest price, try us. Hogan s.
Portland Riding Club, fino livery, boarding,
saddle horses specialty. Park and Jefferson.
THE FINEST 10c HOUSE ON THE COAST.
Montana Restaurant 245 First st" ""
Real Estate Loans and Rentals.
ATKINSON. WAKEFIELD A. CO.; ESTAB
ibhcd 1S68. 227 Stark street
OVERLAND STORAGE WAREHOUSE
Fourth and DavLi. Merchandise a specialty.
Insurance rates low; storage xates reaeonabl-j.
Careful attention given to country consign
ments. Tel. Or. Main 777; Columbia. 67C.
SAFES. PIANOS. FURNITURE MOVED AND
packed for shipping. C. M. Olicn, 12S First
Tel. office Main 1087: Black SOI.
SAFES. SAFES. BANK WORK. LOCK DEPT.
opening lockouts, repairs. J. E. Davis. CC 3d.
Sa-rr Mill Machinery.
Chrlstenson-McMaster Machinery Co.: new and
2d-hand machinery. E. Water and E. TaIor.
Showcases and Store Fixtures.
DIXON. BORQESON & CO., FRONT AND
Storage and Transfer.
STORAGE AT LOW RATES CAN BE HAD
at Fred Blckel's storehouse. 31 North Front
WOODARD, CLARKE Jfc CO. WHOLESALE
druggists, corner Fourth and Washington.
Seed, Flower, Vegetable Plants.
ALL KINDS OF SEEDS AND PLANTS AT
Bowen's Seed Store. Front and Taj lor. We
sell only the best
Stoves, Raages, Household H?dwnre
Hardware; sole agt Universal stoves & ranges;
housefurnlshlng goods. J. J. Kadderly. 141 1st
MRS. WALLACE. RELIABLE CLAIRVOY
ant and psychic life-reader; consult her on
buslnts affairs, love troubles, absent friends;
pood advice on mines; reading dallr. 50c and
up. 107 First street offices 7 and 8.
Dr. Collins, the only reliable spiritual trance
medium In Portland; satisfaction guaranteed.
Circle tonight. 350V4 Washington street
Mrs. Stevens; advice on all affairs c'f life; alt-.
lines aauy. --l'.i Morrison st. room 22.
Tents and Awnings.
TENTS. AWNINGS AND CAMP FURNITURE
lor rent or sale. Pike's Factory, 107 1. 3d.
Cape Nome tents, bags, oil clothing, camp fur
niture. Pacific Tent & Awn. Co.. 27 N. 1st
ALLEN 4 LEWIS. WHOLESALE GROCERS,
cer. N. Front and Davis sts.. Portland. Or
BARK LDYGATE. CAPT.iIN JONES, FROM!
ShangheJ Neither the Captain nqr the un-
derslgned consignees of the above-named ves
sel will be responsible for any debts that may
bo contracted by the crew. Taylor. Young a
Co., Agents- Portland. Or., May 24. 1900.
PROPOSALS FOR INDIAN SUPPLIES. DE
partment of tho Interior, Office ot Indian Af
fairs, Washington. D. C. May 10. 1900.
Sealed proposals will be received by the Com
missioner of Indian Affairs, care of 240 Sec
ond street San Francisco, CaL. until 1 o'clock
P. M. or Tuesday. June 19, 1900. for furnish
ing for the Indian Service bacon, beans, cof
fee, hard bread, hominy, lard, mess pork,
rolled oats. rice, salt coarse; salt fino;
sugar, and tea, and other artlctes- ot subsist
ence supplies, groceries, crockery, hardware,
harness, leather, shoe findings, agricultural
implements, etc Bids must be made on Gov
ernment blanks. Schedules giving all neces
sary Information for blddera will be famished
upon application to the offices of the Chron
icle and Journal of Commerce and at 240 Sec
ond ptrcet San Francisco. Col.; the Repub
lican, of Denver. Colo.: the Post - Intelli
gencer, of Seatle. Wash.; tho Tribune, of
Salt Lake City. Utah; The Morning Orego
nlan. and the Depot Quartermaster. U. S. A,
Portland. Or. The right Is reserved to reject
any and all bids, or to accept or reject any
part of a bid. Bids will be opened at the-hour
and date above, named, and bidders aro in
vltert to be- present at the opening. W. A.
rBOPOSALS FOR 8TEAM-HEATING AND
ctectrtc-llghtlng systems. Department ot th
Interior, Office ot Indian Affairs. Washington
D. C. May 2. 1900. Sealed proposals, rh
domed "Proposals for heat and light Salem."
end addressed to the Commissioner of Indian
Affairs. Washington. D. C, will be recvJ
at the Indian Offlce until 2 o'clock P. MZ. ot
Monday. Juiw 4. 1800. for furnishing tha
necessary materials and labor required to
construct and complete steam-heating and"
olectrlc-llghttng systems at the Salem Indian
School. Oregon. In Hrlct accordance with plans
specifications and Instructions to bidders,
which may be examined at this oSlce. the of
fices of the Chronicle, of San Francisco. Catj
the Oregon Statesman, of Salem. Or.r Tim
Morntng Oregontar. ef Portland. Or.; th
Pot-Ii!telllgencer. ot Seattle. Wash.; th
Builders Traders Exchange. Omaha. Neb.;
thh Butrders & Traders Exchange. Milwau
kee. Wis.; the Northwestern Manufacturer!
Association. St Paul, Minn.; the United
States Indian Warehouse. 235 Johnson stre't
Chicago, 111.: and at the school. For further
Information apfly to Thomas W. Potter, Su
perintendent. Indian School, Chemawa, Or
W. A Jones, Commissioner.
DIVIDEND NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY
given that the undersigned Is ready to pay
at his office. In the City Hall. Fifth and
Madison sts.. In the City ot Portland, Or., a.
final dividend of 2 per cent upon all ap
proved claims against tho Union Bonking
Company, an Insolvent- debtor, which divi
dend Is paid pursuant to an order made by
the Circuit Court of the Stater at Oregon, for
Multnomah County. Department No. 3, on
May 21. 1900. Frank Hacheney, Assignee ot
Union Bonking Co.
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING
The nnnual meeting of the stockholder! or.
the Oregon Iron fc Steel Co.. will Be held ac
the office of the company. Toom 321, Ablns
ton building. Portland. Or.. June 19, 19W.
at 11 o'clock A. M.. for the purpose of electa
ing a board ot directors for the ensuing year,
and the transaction of such other business as
may legally come before the meeting. A. IL
McGowan. secretary. Portland, Or.. May
NOTICE OF MEETING NOTICE IS HERE
by given thnt the annual meeting of tho
stockholders of the Missoula. Water Company
will be held at the office of thp company; In
the City of Portland. Or., on Monday, Juno
4. 1900. for the purpose ot electing directors
for the ensuing year, and for the transac
tion ot such other business as may come be
fore It By order of the Board of Directors.
TYLER WOODWARD. President
Dated at Portland. Or., May 23. 1900.
FOR SALE A WELL-STOCKED GROCERY
store In one of the best locations In the city;
doing a first-class family trade: stock will In
voice about $1230; good reason for selling:
will stand Investigation. Address V 42, car
WE HAVE FOR SALE THE BEST SAW
mlll and lumbering proposition for the money;
on the Columbia River; call and investigate.
Miller k. Rowe, 700 Oregonlan building. Port
$225 2-ACRE CHICKEN RANCH; 5 - ROOM
house, barn, chlckenn. luck3. horse, wagon,
water, etc: land lease paid to Oct 1. A.
Matteson. 1833 Madison. Oregon Hood 848.
DO YOU WANT A GOOD BUSINESS? WE
are In c position to advise you. Ames Mer
cantile Agency, room 205 Ablngton building.
FOR RENT TO SWEDES; DINING-ROOM,
in locality with many laborers employed; ac
commodation for 50. Apply to 210 First st
HALF INTEREST IN MANUFACTURING
buslrcw fcr cash, or city property. Call
or address J. C. Bingham. Hotel Perkins.
FOR SALE HOME BAKERY AND CONFEC
tionery. at sacrifice; candy receipts to buyer.
Call 503 Washington st
AN ESTABLISHED GROCERY AND HARD
ware business for sale; a bargain. P. O. bos
94. Welser. Idaho.
FOR SALE CHEAF: ONLY EXCLUSIVE At
Job printing office, in Tho Dalles. Box 510,
The Dalles. Or.
BARBER SHOP FOR SALE CHEAP; GOOD,
lively town. Inquire Lewls-Stenger Barber
WE HAVE INQUIRIES FOR BUSINESS Lo
cations in country town3. Ames Mercantile
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY
1G9 THIRD STREET.
Money to loan on mortgage.
A general trust and agency bu'.ness transacted.
BENJ. I. COHEN President
H. L. PITTOCK. A. S. NICHOLS Yice-Pres.
B. J. ALTaTOCK. J. O. UOLTRA... Secretaries
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF PORTLAND. OR.
Designated Depositary and Financial Agent of
the United Stales.
President H. W. CORBETT
Cashier G. E. WlTHINGTON
Aoslstant Cashier J. W. NEWKIRK
Second Assistant Cashier. W. C. ALVORD
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 bills drawn In euros to suit on
London. Paris. Berlin. Frnnkfort-on-the-Maln,
Hong Kong. Yokohama, Copenhagen, Chrtstl
anta. Stockholm, St Petersburg. Moscow, Zu
Collections mnde on favorable terms.
LADD & TILTON. BANKERS
ESTABLISHED IN IS59.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
Collections made at all points on fa-rorablo
termc. Letters of credit irarued available in Eu
rope and the Eastern states. ,
Sight Exchanae and Telegraphic Transfers
sold on New York. Washington, Chicago, St
Louts, Denver. Omaha. San Francisco and vari
ous points In Oreson. Washington, Idaho. Mon
tana and British Columbia.
Exchange sold on London, Paris, Berlin.
Frankfort and Horn; Kong.
WELLS. FARGO & CO. BANK
CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $0250.000
JOHN J. VALENTINE PRESIDENT
HOMER'S. KING MANAGER
R. M. DOOLEY CASHIER
JOHN E. MILES ASSISTANT CASHIER
General Banking Bostne.-H transacted. Ex
change sold, and Letters of Credit Issued, avail
able In all parts of the world.
MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
J.FRANK WATSON President
R. L. DURHAM ...r Vice-President
R. W. HOYT Cashier
GEO. W. HOYT ..AsUtfant Caohlsr
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING
Interest paid on time deposits.
Drafts- and letters of credit l&mrd, avallab'o
In alt parts of the world.
Collections a ireclalty. Gold dust bought
LONDON AND SAN FRANCISCO BANK
LIMITED. CAPITAL PAID UP $2,450,000
Head Ofllce. 71 Lombard street London.
This bank: transacts a general bonking and ex
change business; makes loans, discounts bit's
and !s?uea commercial and travelers' credlu.
available In any city In the world.
Chamber of Commerce building. Third and
Stark streets. W. A. MACRAE. Manager.
THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Drafts Issued 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-PAID-UP
Head Office. CO Lombard street iVondon.
Cont'l blvck, 244 Washington at. Portland.
it LEA BARNES. Manager.