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THE MORNING- OREGONlAN, THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1900.
KEW STEEL TRUST.
TFlttr Million Dollar Company Being
NEW YORK, JuiyT The Herald says.
The Crucible Steel Company of America
Is proceeding rapidly toward Its founda
tion. On Monday the directors of the
Benjamin Atha & Illlnssworth Company,
of Harrison. N. J4 which wa3 the last
of the important companies to hold out,
met In Newark and decided to grant the
promoters an option on the:r crucible and
open hearths plant and cast their for-
lu tunes with the other concerns.
The new company will have an au
thorised capital of S5O,o60.O0&, divided
equally into common and 7 per cent cu
mulative preferred shares, and its organi
zation is looked for within 20 days. It
organization will bo oh the same lines as
the American Sheet Steel Company. Of
tne 5Zo,a,w preferred stock, from $15.
000,000 to $20,000,000 will be used in buying
the plants, Tsrhilo the balance will b
- placed on the market to provide working
capital. The preferred stock at par will
carry a bonus of equal amount of common
The new company will control 90 per
cent or tne output or crucible steel made
In ther United States, and will combine 18
companies. These are the Label Steel
Company, Singer, Nlmick & Co., Howe.
Drown & Co., Limited; Crescent Steel
Company, Allqulppa Steet Company, and
Anderson, Dupuy & Co.. and Park Steel
Company, all of Pittsburg; Cumberland
Steel & Tih-Plate Company, Cumberland.
Md.; the Benjamin Atha & Ulingsworth
Company, Harrisburg, N. J.; Spauldlng &
Jennings Company, of the "West Befgen
Steel "Works. Jersey City. N. J.: Sander
eon Brothers Steel Company, Syracuse,
N. Y,; Burgess Steel & Iron "Works.
Portsmouth, O., arid the Beaver Falls
Steel Works. Beaver Falls, Pa.
Appraisements of the Arms that are to
go into the new combination have been
practically completed. Another constitu
ent property has agreed" to accept stock
for their plants, while the inventories
will iit paid for in cash. The combine
plants will have a total capacity of 250,
000 tons annually of the finest crucible
and open hearts In the ctfuntry.
Charles W. Dickinson Dead.
NEW YORK. July 4. Charles Wesley
Dickinson, Inventor of the geometry C
lathe, which made u successful counter
feiting of hank notes impossible, is dead
at his home in Bellovllle, N. J., agod 77
years. He manufactured machines for
bank-note engraving for the United States
and jnany foreign governments.
NEW YORK. July 4. Miss Amelia
Kyssner, the painter of miniatures, was
married to Captain Dupont Coudert, in St.
Patrick's Cathedral last night. Captain
Coudert Is a son of the late Charles Cou
dert and was a Commissary In the
United States Army In the Philippines.
DALY meteorological report.
PORTLAND, July 4.-6 ' P. M. Maximum
temperature, OS; minimum temperature, 55;
river reading at 11 A M., 14.3 feet; change in
the- past 24 hours, 0.2 foot; total precipita
tion. 8 P. M. to 8 P. M.. 0.80 inch;' total pre
cipitation Blnce Sept. 1. 1800, 3S.G4 inchos;
normal precipitation einco Sept. 1. 1830. 45.S4
inches; deficiency, 7.30 ihohee; jtotal sunshine
July 3, 0:00; possible sunshine July 3, 18:40.
The area of high pressure continues central
off the North Pacific Coast and appears to be
Increasing in energy and moving northward.
The barometer Is lowest over the heated val
leys of California, and it is also relatively low
oVer the Great Salt Lake Basin. Moderately
heavy rains have fallen during the lat 24
hours over Washington, Oregon and Northern
Idaho, and at Walla Walla a thunder storm oc
curred. The temperature has fallen over ail
woctlons of the Pacific Northwest, and it Is
unseasonably cool In this district. The indi
cations are for fair. and wanner weather in
the North Pacific States during the next 24
,,. Forecasts, made at Portland tor the 23 hours
:r a"S at faldr&trtuaay;Ju ST ;
Qregon-Falr and warmer; northerly winds.
Washington Fair; warmer in west and south
- portions, west to north winds.
Idaho Generally fair; westerly winds.
Portland and vicinity Fair and warmer;
winds mostly northerly.
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
At salesrooms,, 182 First st, at 10 A. M.
J. T. Wilson, auctioneer.
At Central Auction "Rooms, cor. Alder and
Park sts 'Sale at 10 A. M. Geo. Bakef &
Co , auctioneers.
XtOPE LODGE," NO. 1, A O. U. W.-Regular
meeting this Thursday) evening at 8
o'clock. Installation of officers, after -which
-the Degree of Equality will bo conferred upon
all who havo not received the same, by A J.
Marshall, P. M. W. A cordial imitation Is
extended to members of the A O. U. W. to
meet with us. By order of the lodge.
HENRY BROWN, Rec
MINERVA LODGE. NO. 10. L O. O. F.
Regular meeting this (Thursday) evening at 8
o'clock. Installation of officer. All brothers
xre requested to appear. Visitors welcome. By
older of N. G. J. LUSCHER
H. R. DICKEL. Sec
MARSTON In this city, at the residence or
his daughter. Mrs. W. E. Chase. S27 Salmon
et., July 3, 1000, James Marston. aged 80
years. Interment at Cypress Lawn Crema
tory, San Francisco, Cal.
KERN At Philadelphia, June 28, Captain J.
W. Kern, of Portland. Or., aged 02. Funeral
will take place Thur.d.v from the house, on
East 30th and Towell sts., at 2 P. M.
Friend Invited. 'Interment In the family
burial ground, on Powell road. Services will
be held at the grave.
EDWARD nOLMAN. Undertaker, 4th
and Yamhill st. Ilena Stlnsou, lady
assistant, Both phones No. U07.
Finley, Kimball fc Co;, Undertaker.
X.ndy assistant. 275 Third t. Tel. O.
F. S. Dunning, Undertaker, 414 East
Alder. Lndy Assistant. Doth, phones.
Floral pieces; cat flower. Clarke
Bros. 2S0 Morrison. Both phones.
A Go-Cart Sale
A strong, well-made go-cart, super-tempered
. springs, regular $5 cart, $3.50, today only.
Ibe Homefurnlsher. 173-175 First at, N. W
LOOK AT THIS.
TODAY ONLY WHITE ENAMEL IRON
BEDS (special), ' with brass knobs, neat and
Corner Washington and First
Knlqht's Drua Store
- Opposite Oregonian building. 120 Sixth. Drum
snd medicines. Prescriptions a epeclalty.
Pacific Coast Company.
Telephone. 229. 249
Oa Improved city and farm property, at low:
current rates. Building loans. Installment
loans. Macmaster & BlrrelL 211 Worcester blk.
On .form aad city properties, at low rates,
with installment payment privileges.
W. H. FEAIt Chamber of Commerce.
YOUR SUMMER VACATION
Spend at Mount Hood. Round trip, with all
camping equipment, $5. Limit two weeks.
Write or phono for further particulars. Col.
phone 5114. Station C, box 10, city.
On improved city property, at lowest rates.
Title Guarantee & Trust Co.
7 Chamber of Commerce
CLASSIFIED AD. RATES
Rooms," "Rooms and Board." "Housekeep
ing Booms." "Situation Wanted," IS words or
less. 15 oints: 1C to 20 words. 20 'cents; 2t to 25
words, 25 cents, etc. No discount for additional
UNDER ALL OTHER HEADS except "New
Today," 30 cents far 15 words or Jess; 10 to 20
words. 40 cents; 21 to 25 words, 50 cents, elc
first Insertion. Each additional Insertion, one
ba'f; no further discount under one month.
"NEW TODAY" (gauge measure agate), 13
cents per line, first Insertion; 10 cent per Una
for each additional Insertion.
ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS, ad
dressed care The Oregcnlan and left at this of
flee, should always be inclosed In sealed envel
ope. No stamp Is required on such letters.
The Oregonian will not be responsible for er
rors In advertlserientitaken through the telephone.
FREDERICKSBURG MUSIC HALL-
SEVENTH AND ALDER STS.
Harry Gilbert Castle, Monologue.
Dolly Noon CaMle,- Coon Songs.
THE ABOVE JUST FROM ORPflEtJM"
Rojetta and La Jess, Marvels of the
' Lillian Walther. "a Favorite."
Elaine Forrest Vocallit
NEW YORK HAS HER DELMONICO'S AND
Chauneey Depew, but Portland ha her Win
ter Garden and Colonel Hcrvcy. Yes, toe
Garden Is a big hit. and in a short time,
when thoroughly organized, will be running
smoothly, and ba In the race Tor" fint placs
with the older popular Eastern resorts.. . How
can she help it. with such a genial and gen
erous host as the Colonel, who knows how to
treat the public Hundreds were unable to
obtain Keats Saturday evening The runs fef
reserved "scats for Suhday dinner is phenom
enal, and the Winter Garden will be tested
to Its capacity tonight
TEA. TEA, PINUEAD GUNPOWDER, SOLD
regularly at 75c per pound, only 40c. This
Is special. Coffee has advanced 20 per cent,
but' we Mill ltold our Java and 'Mocha, very
beet, at 25c per itound. California Cash Mar
ket, in same building 18 pounds boiling
meat, ft; rteake. So per pound and upward;
legs mutton, 10c per pound. We deliver
-everywhere. Hewitt's (old stand). 1S5 Third
X, . i ujxpj c; RMF.'ALDS. niJIUS;
beautiful designs. Jewelry -made to order. Old
gold taken In exchange, Tisgrys, 245?
Morrison, over' the Famous.
ANTON ZILM. teacher of violin, string quar
tets for enfrtalnments. A. O, U. W. Taraplf.
On improved lty and farm property.
R r.TVWG'TftVF X24
FOR SALE KB AL ESTATE.
RAILROAD AND MILLMEN WE HAVE FOR
sale the finest locution for manufacturing
purposes en the Coast being two fine tracts
at Llnntcn. Just outside city limit: cne
1200 feet, deep-water front, and run n lag bjick
to N. P. Railroad; and one J 220 feet, doep
water front, and running- back to St. Helens
county road. Will Mil 400 or 00 feet.
Grindstaff & Slain. 210 Stark.
CHOICE LOT.8 50x100 TOR SALE IN THE
townslte of Oceanslde. Wash., half way be
tween Long Beach and Ocean Park, at prloaa
ranging Trom .$25 to. 575. according to loca
tion. Inquire at the Easter brook residence
adjoining the property Dr. Geo. W. Easter
FINE QUAKTEI BLOCK. KENWOP-THT'S
addition. 17th et, very cheap; must be sold.
Owner, K GC, Oregonian. -.
HOUSES built and told on installment plan,
any part city. Daameler. 511 Marquam.
FOR SALE FAK3I5.
STOCK AND TRUIT RANCH OF 870 ACRES
for sale; "ell watered, good soil; 3y acres
tearing Orchard; only two mile from Oak
land. Douglas County, Or. ; low price and e&sf
terms. Apply directly to the Pacific Mutual
Life Insurance Company, San Francisco. Cal.
FARM AND STOCK RANCH IN GILLIAM
County, 1 mile frorn railroad. 1050 acres, good
range, 700 acres in cult l alien, good water:
chenp for cash. Call or wlte U alter F Allen,
room 00G Commercial blk.. 2d and Wash.
IMPROVED FAUM& FOR SAL& IN ALL
parts Of Oregon and Washington; prmni
niadeto rot: purchasers. For full particular
as to A-arlou properties, apply to Macinasttr
Wrrell. All Wonxstcr block.
FOR SALE-BO ACRES LAND. WELL IM
proved; plenty fruit; stock and crop go-s
with farm; proprietor too old to work it
Inquire J. Casto, oa premises, or address
Cams. Or., J. Casto.
BELGIAN IIAltES FOB, SALE.
THOROUGHBRED BELGIAN HARES. JUST
arrived; br&nrti Eldorado Rabbltry, Rlversldf.
Cat For few weeks, to advert!, we will
ell frcm 15 le J56 per cent off: also Lord
Edlnboro. Jr., at stud; core, 03: only limited
number of services for sale, at $10. We han
dle the Only sufc cure for rlfbbers and colds:
250 each; mall orders specialty. 103 North
Third street, Portland.
LOS ANGELES RABBITRT. 0th U OREGON
sts.. Portland. Or.; we have the best stock at
the lowfrt prices, from the finest Mraln In
America: shipments made everywhere Two
grand bucks; Prince Yukon, Jr.. rervlee for
$10: Prince Chas.. heavj -weight ?5.
BELMONT RABRITRY, P. O. BOX 714 OtAn
Wtry. at US Bert Sith st): Portland. We
have choice pedigreed stock from Britain
Bambury. Yukon, Rochdale. Sir Styles and
others. Write us your wants. We will start
j ou right At stud "Duke of Teck." seoro 05.
JEFFERPON-ST TABBrrR"i. N. K. COR. OTH
and JefTejron Why not buy acclimated hares
and a'0 risk of dtseas and express charges I
Pick out your stock, at Los Angeles prices.
FINE PEDTavEED STOCK. ALL PRICES.
Portland Belgian Hare Co., 110 Second et
Babbitry at Midway, Oregon City car line.
Be'glsn hares are highly profitable; largest
rtock. bt strains, lowest prices. Portland
Belgian Here Aaaa.. 186 4th. near Yamhill.
FOR SALE 5II5CELLAXEOC3.
PRINTER'S INK 20S57 (3), BY ALTAMONT
3800, dam Little Maid troglstered), record
2:18, for sale dirt cheap. Frank C, Baker,
room 12 Hamilton, Portland.
MONKEYS. FERRETS. GUrNEA PIGS. PER
slan cats and small degs. mocking blrd, red
birds, canaries and English thrush; cheap.
Stuhr. 323 Jackson.
TWO CARLOADS RIGS; PART RUBBER
tire; old ones in exchange. 500 set harness,
75 second-hafid rigs. "S. Tomltnson, 211 Wah.
Typewriters, all maaeh. rented and Mold; expert
repairing; offle supplies and dudes. Coast
Agency Co., 2GStt Stark at Both phones.
MONTANA SHEEP AND CATTLE RANCHES
for sole, having good range and hay. D. a.
Richardson. Great Falls. Mont.
SPAN OF OLD WORK HORSES. LIGHT
spring wagon, for sale at a bargain. Model
Stables, oor. Fifth and Davis.
BIG WORK HORSE FOR SALE CHEAP: OR
will trade for wnall delivery horse. Call at
rtablcs-. Sixth and Couch.
FOR CEST Fm OAK AND -ASH WOOD GO
to Pioneer Wood Yard, foot of Morrison st
JIO FOR A NEW OAS COOKER: CASH.
balance $2 ter month. Gas Co.. 174 Fifth st
?25-PURE BLOOD JERSEY BULL. 14 YltS.
old, an extra-flno animal. D C5. Oregonian.
Maglo lanterns, new. second-haaa. moving pic
tures. Bullard Breck, 131 Post San Fran.
HONEY-MOON" GUM; ASSORTED FLA
vors. Sold by -all leading dealers. Ask for It
Stock dry goods, clothing, shoes, hardware.
crockery, any part; cheap rent 234 Russell.
Upright piano $75, cost $400, one $30. organ
$25. must be sold 101 1st upstairs. Martin.
bOLn GOLD RINGS. GUARANTEED. ONLY
$1 each. Undo Myers, 143 3d, near Aider.
TWO "-'1HHHED FOX TERRIER
puppies for sale. 481 Main st
GOOD HORSE AND BUGGY FOR SALE
cheap. Q C2. care Oregonian
HELP WAXTED JIALK.
WILL YOU WORK- I WANT BOAT KITCH
en crew Nlrht meat and pastry cook. E.
for Gray's Harbor, mill and yard, $1 and
found. Fare advanced. Also Japs, Chinese,
etc R. G Drake, 152 First (street floor).
SUCCESS GUARANTEED WITH PERNIN
Shorthand. 8poed for practical work d-12
weeks. Behnke's Pernln Shorthand & Com
mercial College. 014 Commercial block.
WANTED-AN EXPERD3NCED PATTERN
maker and- one experienced rnolder. Address
Q. N. Fraier, Eugene, Or.
1000 MEN; HARVEST HANDS. $2 TO $3.30.
board, mill men. city. $1.75 to $2; swamp
ers, 445, board; haymakers. $45, board;
botcher, $40. board; K, R. men. $2, pass;
seiners. $1.50. board; woodohoppew. $1.05;
fallers. 2.60, backer. $2.25; brick'ard.
$1.35, board; farm hands, $25 to $0; camp
cooks, $30 to $40, baker and confectioner,
$50, board, cook crew. 3 $00; pautry-roen,
$30. board; dishwashers, $30; kitchen porter,
$40. board, hotel cooks, first $00. second $30;
porten; dishwashers; plenty of work. Cana
dian Agency, 223t& Morrison.
WANTED-FACTORY HANDS AND COM
roon helpers la stave and heading factory.
Apply by letter or In perron. Western Coop
erage Co., Aberdeen. Wach.
EXPERIENCED MAN OR MAN AND WIFE
to tako charge of dining-room; new rooming
house; several waiting for 'board. Addre&b
D GL care Oregonian.
I WANT A COOD COATMAXERT THAT CAN
make coats and vests, first class; wages $13
per week, and steady work. Anton Abraboin
Elck, Heppner, Or.
20 EXPERIENCED BRICKYARD MEN
wanted by Patent Brick Co. Apply to of
fice. 210 Montgomery at. San-Francisco, Cat.
TOCNO MAN WITH EXPERIENCE IN ORO
cery business. Address, giving age, experi
ence end references. H 71, care Oregonian.
COLltMntlS CALIFORNIA WIN DEPOT.
P.. Lcratl. 14S Fourth. Hendquarlers for,'
cooks, waiters, bartentiera. Tt Jiaia ai.
WANTED 1000 MEN TO DRINK WElN
hard's Columbia beer: nlea and cool. Free'
from 7 P. M. to 11:50 P. M.. 130 Fifth st
EXPERIENCED FALB5MEN FOR OREGON
and Washington; permanent position for right
men. GOO Commercial block.
WANTED 23 HARNESRMAKKHS. .L. D.
Stone & Co.. San Francisco, Cat Cataloeuo
sent on application.
WANTED 15 TEAMK AND MEN FOR HAl'L
Ing wood. Forba-Dai3 Fuel Co., 1S1-193
FIRST-CLASS PANTRY-MAN AND BROIL
er. at big wages; other holp. Borden's, 145',S
DRIVER FOR CITY LAUNDRY. APPLY
Edw F. Smith, 46-50 North Second st, 7
WANTED-A FIRST-CLA'VS BARHEIt AT
once. Address Mills & Backensfe. Salem,
W.VNTBn-FIRST-CLASR BITDDER. APPLY
Idaho Nursery, Payett ddbo.
WANTED QUARRY MEN. CALL AT OS
RTSLP 1VA.VTED FEMALE.
DON'T GO HOME. BUT GET A JOB,. AS
waitress, oook. domestic. In city or out I
want 3 waitresses for-.coast $20. 3 more
for mountain resort. E. Ore.. $20. 18 for
city. Al hotel cook, for Hoqulara, $40. One
E. Ore.. $25. S. Ore- $30. Work for every
body. Tickets hero. R. G. Drake, 152 First
25 cooks crnr and country. $20 to $30:
man and wife, cooks, hotel, E. O.. $30; ws't
reu Pendleton, $20. far hre; 0 city. $15
to $20 2 nur? girls; 3 chambermaid", $10 to
$25; 2 housekeeper. $12 to $30; 46 domestics
In and out city. $12 to .$25. Canadian Par
lors, 22CH Morrison.
Wanted By established house, traveling salts
woman of good appearance and address; no
Icon ni cal knowledge necessary. F 05, Oreco
nlan. WANTEDTWO REFINED. INTELLIGENT
ladles, between ages cf 23 ard 45. for an edu
cational work. H CI. care Oregonian.
YOUNG GIRL HELP CARE FOR CHILD
and .aeslst around housa; good home. 183
WANTED COMPANIONABLE GIRL OR
woman for light housework. Call 807 Cor
COMPETENT GIRL rOR COOKING AND
gKieral housework. 024 Flanders st
WANTED A YOUNG GIRL TO 1X GEN
eral housework. 171 North 17th ?t
WANTED A GIRL TO DO DINING-ROOM
ybrk. The Sterling, 535 Couch.
GIPL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. GTO
SITUATIONS "WATfTED MALE.
EXPERIENCED ACCOUNTANT. THOR
oughly understanding general o31ce and out
Bid work, desires position; .higbeet refer
ences; fuvtisfactloa guaranteed. J? 70.. care
AN EXPERIENCED JAPANESE COOK AND
wife want steady positions In respectable
family. N 07, care Oregonian.
WANTBD-BY FIRST-CLAS8 COOK (CHI
nese). place In small family; best reference!,.
Address C 71. care Oregonian.
SITUATION WANTED BY YOUNG MAN. 13
years of nge; ofllce work preferred. Addrbss
O 04. care Oregonian.
SITUATIONS WASTED FEJIAI.E.
A WOMAN PROFESSIONAL NURSE WOULD
take oharre of child or Invalid at the coast
U 71, care Oregonian.
AGENTS WANTED TO SELL OFFICIAL Po
litical book. "Great Political Issues and
Leaders of the Campaign of 1000." Burning
IoUtlcal questions by Roosevelt, Bryan, 13cv
erldge. Hoar, Cochran, idge. Towns and
many others. Acknowledged by polltlcat au
thorities as the argument settler of the cam
paign Of 1000. Everybody wants It. Pros
pectus now ready, freo to workers. Books
Immediately after Democratic Convention.
Freight paid. 50 to 00 per cent commission,
premiums. COO pages Illustrated. Price $1.50.
Send seven 2c stamps to pay postage, re
turned with first order. Write quick. W. B.
Conkey Co., Chicago, 111.
AGENTS WANTED, BOTH MEN AND WOM
en, for every locality, for quick-selling arti
cles on which you double your money. Splen
did chance for the right parties. If you mean
business, send stamp for reply. Address F.
W. Blanohard. Benlcla. Cal.
&5O0 CAN BE MADE DURING NEXT SIX
months by hustling agents handling our whtte
and fancy rubber collars, cuffs, bosoms and
neckties. Patented and guaranteed goods. In
close stamp for special plan. M. & M. Mfg.
Co Springfield. Mass.
SOLICITORS FOR NEW UP - TO - DATE
books; salary or commission. Send your naras
to box Vsa. Portland.
WANTED TO RENT.
BY RESPONSIBLE FARTIES. FTONISHHD
liouan or cottago, for three months. Address
H 70. Oregonian.
WANTED 1000 MEN TO DRINK WEIN
hard's Columbia beer; nice and cool. Free
from f P. M. to 11:30 P. M.. 130V& Fifth st
HELP WANTED ALL KINDS OF COMPE
tent help wanted for shoe factory, at once
Taooma Shoo Leather Co., Taeoma, Wash.
WANT TO BUY A 10 HORSE - POWER
hoisting engine. Send particulars and low
est price for cosh o O 06. care Oregonian.
WANTED STRICTLY FRESH RANCH
eggs, at Kruse's Grill-Room. Stark at, oppo
site Chamber of -Commerce.
Cast-off second-hand clothing wanted at S7 N.
3d. Prices no object Oregon phone Clay 513.
THE 8PALDINO.S. E. COR. PARK AND
Alder sts.. under the marugemrnt of the
owner. Heleft F. SpaWIng Tne moot complete
apartment-house in the"" Northwest; chulct
rooms, for gentlemen or gentleman and wife;
furnished housekeeping rui;n a specialty.
THE PLEASANTON, 233 THIRD ST. FINK
furnished rooms, en suite, single r house
keeping; sunlight In all rooms; bath Included;
moat reasonable terms: tranttent solicited.
THE NEWCASTLE. S. E. COR. -THIRD AND
HaTrison et. Rooms, fumlthed or ua fur
nished; all modern convenience; iWerefices.
NEATLY FURNISHED ROOMS. WITH
bath. In privata family. 115 12th st, iear
GILMAN nOTEL Brick bldg., central; fur
nished rooms. $1 week aad up. 1st and Alder.
THE COSMOS. 2CSH MORRISON, AND 16GH
4th Elegantly furnished rooms, reasonable.
THE LEADER. 3SI YAMHILL, new proprle
tolj lovely rooms with or without good board.
FOR RENT FURNISHED; NICE FRONT
room. At 581 Second st, cor. Lincoln.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT, ""SpECll
board if desired. 300Alder street Jft
NICELY FURNISHED SMALL ItOOMfSCNT
$3; references. 403 ilala st.
Rooms "With Board.
lOUTLANI lv OMEN'S UNION: 12TH TKAJt.
rooms with board: nameled bath tubs; us
of library: Woman' Excaagt: InUUJtrlal
schooL Address Mrs. E. C. George, superta
tndent 510 Flanders street
175 -I2TH ST ONE NICSLY FURNISHED
room, suitable for couple or two gents; rea
170 13TH, BETWEEN YAMHILL AND MOR
rlson Newly furnished rooms, with excellent
471 ALDER ST. FURNISHED ROOMS,
with board, bath and phone. Brown 501, Or.
ROOMS. WITH BOARD. HESPERIAN, 533
FRONT ROOMS. WITH BOARD. 223 UTH
ROOMS BT THE DAY. WEEK OR MONTH:
alo furnished and unfurnished rooms lor
housekeeping, at prices to suit St Georgs,
5014 First rcet
THREE LARGE FURNISHED OR UNFUR
hlshcd housekeeping rooms; pantry, claseu,
storeroom, first floor; no children. 4P3
NICELY FURNISHED LARGE T.ONT
room, and small kitchen adjoining, for l'ght
housekeeping; no children; references. -C$
THREE WELL-FURNISHED HOUSEKEEP
Ing rooms; pantry, piano and water; $10.50
per month. 5SS Pcttj-grove street
TWO VERY CLEAN. FURNISHED HOUSE
keeplng rooms; alcove, pantry, closets and
sink; no children. 533 Tilth.
FOUR UNFURNISHED ROOMS; BATH,
closets; In nice cottage. Call by Frlday
affernoon, 24 East 14th.
534 MORRISON ST. SUITE OF LARGE,
airy, furnished rooms, for housekeepings tel
ephone, bath and gas.
TWO OR THREE ROOM8. VERY" CONVENE
lent for housekeeping; bath and free phone.
TWO t'IT-K nv HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS,
newly furnished; bath Included. 3S.S llth t
TWO. FURNISHED BOOMS. FOR HOUSE-k-plnc;
prlvata residence. 08 Park st
FOR RENT MODERN S-ROOM HOUSE:
fine location, at S.U Kelly st. South Port
land. Ky at 833 Kelly st. D. W. Hoelblng.
250 Stark st
FOR RENT A 7-ROOM COTTAGE: ALL
modern improvements; nice grounds; C07
Sixth; rent $10; permanent Apply 1. Gcrurtx,
FOR RENT A, 7-ROOM COTTAGE: ALL
modern improvements, nice ground;; 007
"SixUi- rent $10; permanent Apply I. Gevurts.
NICE COTTAGE, 333 MADISON STREET,
nar Seventh. Inquire John IClcsterman.
10th and Bunwide streets.
FOR RENT "7 ROOMS; VERY DESIRABLE
corner; also Inside house. 15 East Sixth
north, cor. Bumslde.
MODERN S -ROOM HOUSE: 3fc BLOCKS
from High School building; $25 per month. 30
NF.W MODERN R-ROOM HOUSE. 100 17TH
street near Kearney. Inquire Walter Reed,
133 Sixth street
$850 4 -ROOM HOUSE AND TWO LOTS.
Sellwood. Inquire steamer Mascot loot of
MODERN HOUSE, 7CD IRVING STREET,
near 23d; $3D. Grindstaff & Blaln. 210
6-ROOM HOUSE. IN GOOD ORDEIt 120 13TH.
near Gllsan. Apply to Sheohy Bros., 10S
FOR RENT-NEWLY RENOVATED HOUS13.
uG2 Johnson et Inquire 40 Second st, ccr.
5-ROOM HOUSE. EAST CLAY AND 10TH.
Inquire steamer Mascot foot Taylor et
2SS 14TH ST.: 7 ROOMS: COOD LOCATION;
near school; low rent Key 200.
COTTAGE. SEASIDE. CLATSOP: LARGE
nouse: all new; ctitap rent. Mrs. A- A
Douglas, box 152, Astoria.
WELLw FURNISUSD.. - HOUSE. ,. -LARGE.
cMorty grounds; fruit flowers; good'locatlda;
reference. 401 12th st.
TWO -FURNISHED ROOMS; WATER AND
, light; $15; good (ocatlim. Apply 273Vi Sev
enth. FURNISHED COTTAGE FOR RENT FOR
Summer season. Coll at 515 Johnson st
NEWTON'S. AT LONG BEACH. NOW OPEN.
New management; everything first class. Ad
dress G S. Taylor, cor. Third and Stark its.
VERY DESIRA3LE FITRNISHED COTTAGE
on North Beach, for August Apply City A
Suburban Railway ofllce.
OKA RU ART PARK TWO-ROOM COTTAGE,
partly furnished. Call 020 Marquam build
ing. Phone Grant 021.
7-'ROrf ;piTJJfcu7T) COTTAGE AT CEN
terriUe. Long Beach, for season; price $50.
Inquire 124 13th.
FOR SALE CORNER FRONT LOT. LONG
Beach; 10 minutes' walk from Fostofflcc. In
quire C7 Park.
FOR RENT-ONE-HALV STORE, 323 MOR
rI.on st; heat and light furnished. Inquire
304 WASHINGTON ST.. NEXT TO FAP.K,
Inquire of Sam L. Btaiy, 327 Morrison st
THR OREGON CHEMICAL CO. HAS RE
cclved the sole right for manufacturing La-Cas-Ka.
the Great YaqUls Blood and Nerve
Tonic, and nlM tho Great Snake Oil Lini
ment. The price of each is now 50e a bottle.
Can N had at all drug stores. If your drug
gist does not keep It send to our office. 442
Washington st Curs guaranteed for rheuma
tism, blood diseases, kidney, liver-, And stom
RLAZIER'S CONCERT HALL- '
BLAZIER'S CONCERT HALL
21S BURNSIDE STREET
24S BURNSIDE STREET
Sole Agent O. P. S. Bourbon. Also handling
Three-Crown Cyrus Noble.
17 wcraen wanted surtenag from Irregular,
gainful periods; leucorrhoea (whites), and all
complicated diseases pertaining to changes ot
life, cured by old Dr. Kessler. cor. Second
and Yamhill st. 329 women called last
month. Consultation free, and private room
fcr Udli. If can't call, write, inclosing 10
2e stamp Hundteds treated at home by hU
DR. DARRIN, 235 Morrison st. Portland, Or..
specialist In all chronic and private diseases
of mm and women. Painful. Irregular or sup
pressed menstruation quickly relieved. Vari
cocele or stricture guaranteed cured in oao
week. No djenlion. Consultation free.
DRESS SUITS RENTED. ALL SIZES. WE
call for. sponge, ress and deliver one eult of
your ciotblng each week, on butnrvs, e
up rip, for $1 per month. Dyeing, steam
cleaning and repairing. Unique Tailoring Ca.
847 Washington, both 'phones.
INDIAN MEDIUM, CIFTED INDIAN, BORN
with double veil, tells past present and fu
ture; heals nil diseases by the usa of Indian
herbs; reading by letter. 81. Mrs. Professor
Wheatly Howe, 41st and Section Line road.
Take Rlchronnd cars, end car line.
MME. KARROWS "STITCH IN TIME." THE
world-renowned antiseptic capsules; destroy
all fermx of germs, and prevents and cures
diseases of the female organs; price $2. Ore
gon Chem. Co., Sole Agents, 442 Washington
st, Portland. Or.
Mme. Karrow's "Magnetic Wonder" is guaran
teed to euro irregularities and scanty men
rtruatlon. It's rate, sure and .harmless; price
$5. Oregon Chem. Co., Sole Agents. 442
Washington st, Portland. Or.
WATCHES CLEANED. 75e: MAINSPRING.
75c; clock called for and delivered. All watch
and clock repairing warranted one year. Tb
Portland Jeweler. 132 First st Phoo Black
MANLY VIGOR RESTORED BT DR. ROB
erts Nerve Globules. One month's treatmtnt
$2; 3 months. $5. Sent securely sealed by
malL Agents. WoMard & Clark. Portland.
DRUOSj COUNTRY MAIL ORDERS SOLIC
Ited. Albert Bern!. Druggist 233 Wash. st.
CLOTHES MENDED FOR LADIES AND
gentlemen. Apply at room 45 Labbe bldg.
MLLY-.LEA-S BICYCLE HOSPITAL. 1S3 4TH.
PhonJClay 041. Wheels called for, delivered.
HONEY-MOON'S- THE GUM TO CHEW.- AS
eortcd flavors. Ask for it
RIMLESS EYE-GLASSEb. $L: NICKEL OR
old-011d fratnes, with best lenses, $1; com
mon giasees. from 25 to 50c Kyea lted frer.
by competent optician; fli guaranteed. Part
land Jeweler and Optician. 132 First St.. be
tween Washington end Alder.
THE OFFICE OF L. T. LEWIS. GREEK
rheurcatlmi cure treatment moved frrra 03
and 70 First st. to 351 Yamhill St. bet 7th
and Park. For particulars, call or write.
Mme La Foys Depilatory Powd?r removes su
perfluous hair in 3 minutes, perfectly harm
less. Mailed on receipt of price, $1.00. Park
er Chemical Co., Portland, Or. P. O. box 873.
NICE LUNCH, ELEGANT DRINKS AND
cigars. 130H Fifth st All free from 7P.JL
to 11:30 P. M. every evening. Also flrst-class
H.LOND'8 PREVENTIVE CONES, AN UN
equaled antiseptic; no failure': per box. $1.50;
ram pie. 10c Blond Chem. Co., Portland. Pi
O. box 874.
MBS. C. TONE; ALL KINDS OF HUMAN
hair, rtrltchss made to order, hair chains a
ipeclalty. 2SS Stark, between Fourth aud
YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS ARE MORE Ac
curately and reasonably filled at Eyssell's
Pharmacy, 227 Morrison st, bet 1st and 2d.
WE PR;NT Ctti FINF, VISITING CARDS. 25c5
50. 35c; 250 business cards. $1: COO, $1.50.
lh-ovn Schmalt-. 220 First St.. Portland.
FRITZ" CONCERT HALL; laVgmt cafe nn Pa
olflc Coast; 240 e 240 Bumslde. Welnhard's
ber on draught Clubrooms Upstairs. ',
CONFINEMENT CASES RECEIVED AND
cared for at physician's house. Dr. Arthur
Da Vo. Stti
TRUSTEE'S NOTICE OF SALE IN BANK
ruptcyi Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to an order of le heretofore, and on this
23th day of June, lfloo. made by Hon. Alex
Srok. Referee In Bankruptcy in the Dis
trict Court of the United States, for the Dis
trict of Oregon. In the matter of F. J. Gilb
ert. A. D. Gilbert George J, Gilbert and
Ernest J. Gilbert, copartners, doing busi
ness as F. J. Gilbert & Bona, and F J.
Gilbert lHl!vlduallr. b-nkrupts, on or after
the 10th day of July, 1000. I will sell dt pri
vate sale, for cash, the following dtscribrd
-property of the estatb of Fald bankrupts, tu
wlt: About 774.178 feet of Or lumber, 50.000
feet of p-dar lumber. 104.377 feet of saw
logs. 200.000 fet of spruce lumber, one bar
rel castor oil. $ barrel cylinder oil. 500 lbs.
tallow bricks, one Jaok-scrsw. one lath mill,
with atWhments, one 12-lnch 5-ply rubber
belt, fll boom ."ticks, 75 boom chain, ait
situated at the aw mill of F. J Gilbert Jc
8ons. at Rainier, Or. Also about 302.001 feit
of flr lumber. 24.000 feet of cedar fence
pots. 300 rnllmad ties. 7 boom sticks and
chains, one grindstone, one trimmer (two
eaws). one band edrer, saw mantels aud
frames, one rawduat carrier, one log hauler.
gear cable, etc. shafting and belts, one lH
California planer, 6 clrcul.v saws, one car
riage blocks, etc.. one pump arid flxtur-e,
one Atlas boiler, one Atlas elne. one Erie
boiler, one Erle engine; all situated st the
saw mill of F. J. Gilbert, near Catlln.Wash.
Also all tho Interen of said bankrupts and
of their estate In a certain contract entorcd
intn October 12. lr). by F. J Gilbert -with
George " Smith for th" purohas from said
Smith of the raw mill, buildings, tcols. ap
pliances, apparatus, mahlnry and real es
tate of the saw mill known as the saw mill
of F. J. Gilbert & Sons, at Rainier. Or.
Bids will be received at my ofllce. room 502
Commercial Bank bolldlng. Portland. Or., at
whieh nlace further particulars, descriptions,
sheduls and terms will be furnished on ap
plication. Witness my hard this June 20,
1000. CHESTER V. DOLPH.
Trustee in Bankruptcy of the Estates of
F. J Gilbert & Sons and F. J. Gilbert.
NTVf IS prKPB'r G'VEN THAT THE
general agncy of Jos. L. Dunlan for tho
Maryland Casualty Company, of Baltimore,
has been cancelled, and Mrssrs. Campbell A
Bocers. Marquam buPdlng. have been ap
pointed as srenernl agents for tho State of
Oregon. All premiums owlne to company
will be pavable to Campbell & Rogers, who
will alo attend settlement of (Claims und'c
policies already Issued. Maryland Casualty
Company; J. G. Cloud. Supt of Agencies.
PROPOSALS INVITED NOTICE TO ELEC
trlc Lighting and Tainting Contractors:
Scaled bids will b received by the Board of
Capitol Building Commissioners of the State
of Oregon, at the Executive ofllce. Salem.
Or., until 2 o'clock P. M., Monday, July 10.
1000. for furnishing all materials and labor
required for painting and electric work In
State Capitol building. Salem. Or. in ac
cordance with plans and specifications row
on exhibition with clerk of eatd board, at
Salem, Or., and at the ofllce of Delos D.
m l?2fr architect. 1334 First street. Portland..
"Of; A ei?tlfld chesk In th sum of 10
per cent of tho amount of etich bid, made
payable to the order of the State Treasurer,
must accompany each bid. which will bo for
feited (o th state In ca thfl lowest or ac
cepted bidder on either of the works falls to
enter Into, contract with good and sufficient
bonds within six days after the acceptance of
bids. ' No bids will be received aftr the
time above specified, and bids not accom
panied by said certified check will be re
jected. All bids must be addressed "Bid
for painting," or. "Bid for electric Work In
State Capitol bulldlne." and directed to
Waltpr Lyon (clerk), Salem, Or.
By order of the Board of Capitol Building
Commissioners of th State of Oregon.
WALTER LYON. Clerk.
PROPOSALS FOR NET BEEF. FLOlR.
Wood, etc. V S. Indian School 3rvlce. Sa
lem Indian Industrial School. Chemawa. Dr..
June 23, 1000. Scaled proposals, indorsed
"Propoeols for net be-f, flour," etr,. as the
case may be, and addressed. in the under
signed, nt Chomawa, Marlon County. Or., w.ill
b received at this school until 2 o'clock P.
M. of Saturday. July 21. 1000. for furnishing
and delivering at this school, as required dur
ing fiscal year ending June 30. 1001, a quantity
of nt beef. feed, flour, oats, dried fruit and
wood and coal. A full list of the artlcl-s.
with specifications and Instructions to bid
ders, to be had by making application to the
undersigned. For any additional information
apply to THOMAS W. POTTER, Superin
tendent OFFICE OF C. Q. M.. VANCOUVER BAR
racks. Wash., July 2. 1000 Sealed propal.s.
In triullcato. will be received here until ll
o'clock A. M.. August 2, 1000, and then
opened, for furnishing forago aqd bedding at
th several military posts in. this department
and camp at Skagway, Alaska, and Port
Valdez. Alaska, for fiscal year ending Jun
30. 1001. Information furnished here or by
Quartermasters at posts. U. S. reserves right
to reject or accept any or all prororals or any
part thereof. Envelopes containing proposals
PhftiiJd b marked "Proposals for forago and
bedding nt ," onil addressed to under-
PlcnM. J W. JACOBS C Q. M.
$100 up, on mortgages, eost papers only; $800,
0 per cent See me first Ward, Alisky bldg.
LOANS on chattels, salaries, etc; low rates;
eea us first. Mann & Co.. 004 Dckuin bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN, C per cent, farm or city
property. O. M. Smith. 814.Cn. of Commerce.
LOANS WITHOUT PUBLICITY ON FURNI
ture, pianos, salaries, etc Can be paid in
installments reducing Interest. Rates loacr
than the lowest F. W. Graves. Mgr 124
Cth, near Wash, (ground floor). TeL Oak 1331.
$200,000 TO LOAN AT 3. C. -7 PER CENT.
City and suburban property for sale and rent
Agent for Westchester Fire Insurance CO.
Wm. O. Beck. 321 Morrison et.
LOANS ON FURNrniRE AND SECURITIES
Thompson's cut-rate ticket ofllce. I2S Third.
MONEY LOANED ON BICYCLES. PIANOS,
furniture and other securities. W. A. Hath
away, room 10 Wash. bldg. Phone South 7Sl.
FRANK. C BAKER & COMPANY. HAMIL
ton building -Money to loan; state- and county
warrants bought; real estate agency.
MONEY TO LOAN AT C TO 8 PER CENT
in sums to suit; no commission. R. H. Dunn,
140 First street
MONEY TO LuN j furniture or good securi
tie. S. W. King. rOoro 45 Washington bldg.
C TER cent money to loan oa Clackamas Coun
ty lands. E. F. Riley, COS Chamber of Com.
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS FROM $3 TO
$500. on all classes of security. R. I. Eekor
son it Co . room 5 Washington building.
MOVEV TO LOAN ON ALL KINDS OF SE
curity. Wm. Holt room 0. Washington bldg.
LOANS WITHOUT PUBLICITY ON REAL
or chattel mortgages, personal or salary at
eurlty. at low rates. C. W. Palletu 2a Com
mercial blook. TeL Grant 85a
State funds loaned 0 pr cent W. E. Thomas.
state act. for iiuit. uo . wi uaam. or worn.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST-JULY 4. BETWEEN 13TH. AND SAL
moa end 4th and Washington, a lady's
purse containing $41,11. Finder will be re
warded by returning some to 220 13th st
LOST A GOLD SCOTTISH KITE 14TH DEG.
ring. The flnder will be suitably rewarded
by returning same to 107 First st city.
LOST-2-YKAR-OLD JERSEY BULL. WITH
rope. Return to J. S. Elliott head of Dove
LOST UUNGH. OF FIVE KEYS. RETURN
to Schiller's cigar: store. Fourth and Wash
Asnayer and Analysts.
Poctl&ad Assay Ofllce, 229 Stark Ore tested, re
ported on as to most economical method of
working; gold bought W. J. Curtis, assayer.
J. H. FI3K. MINERAL ASSAYER AND
chemist,, gold dust bought ,204fe Washington.
PAUL BAUMEL. ASSAYER AND ANALYIST:
gold dust bought 22SV4 Stark st
MQNTANA METAILURGICAL WORKS; As
says; estimates given. 92 First
EDWARD T. TAGGART. ATTORNEY-AT-lar.
general practice. SIS Chamber of Com
merce. J. W. ru.SOM. ATTORNET-AV-LAW AND
.counselor. Bates Bank bldg.. Portland. Or.
Atcrtcaltnrta Implements. Machinery
EDWARD HUGHES; WAGONS. CARRIAGES
and farm machinery of all kinds. 100 Frout
JOHN POOLE; Newton wagons, buggies, wlnd
nHlla. pumpa, machinery. Fodt Morrison tA,
J. K. GILL & CO., WHOLESALE AND RE
tall booksellers and stationer. 133-25 3d bu
IJRKISJI BATHS; also mmsage; lady attend
nt 107 4th st.. bet Washington: and Stark.
PORTLAND MINING ft TRUST CO. LTD.)
Handle mines, buy prospects: large loans
negotiated. low rate Interest, mines examined,
repwrted u O. M. Rosendale, Consulting
Engineer, rooms 513-&1A Oregonran building
Cable Wcatherby. Code Bedford MeNeal.
Cnrpenter.i and Builders.
RHODES & BUCKNER, CARPENTERS. Of
fice fittcra and jobbers; sntlafaetlon guaran
teed. Phne Black 014. 830 Stark.
JOHN A MELTON, carpenter, builder; ofllce
and store nxures. Ore. tcl. 747. 305 Start.
L. MITCHELL. FIRST lUrnsed expert chirop
odist In Portland; patronized by Portland's
400; no'extra charge for calling at residence,
lyil r, ..iu. iti-purlte P. O. Tl. Hood SI14.
WM. DEVENY A MAUD DEVENY, THE
qnly scientific chiropodists', room 3ul AMsky
bldg.. .",t arid Morrison. Ore. phone Oram 10.
Miss Dart, cHlropody, manicuring, 50 Union bit,
lst-Stark. 9 A. M. to 5 P. M. Tel. Front 644.
Clalrvo- -it ts.
MME. DR. HERZOG. .1 BERLIN, Sci
entific ravealer; tells .! . us, pr-iit
and future, oorsqltatin. w. all affairs; noth
ing excepted; names gl-.tm; g-wd h .vice; sure
help; mistake importble; lmpoi..-. genuine
gypsy love powder. Fee, $1 ; letur. 25 5:h.
VULCAN COAL CO., DEALERS IN HOUdE,
steam and blacksmith coals. Also foundry
coke; Front St. near Gllsan.
METAL SKYLIGHTS. GALVANIZED IRON
cornices. J. C. Bayer. 205 2d st.
HERMAN MKTZGER. PURCHASER Of
hldfts, pelts, furs, wool, mohair, tallow, od
rubber and old metal, and seneral commlraljn
merchant Front .. near Mali., Portland.
Or. Cash advances on cor.ilgnmenttt.
TAYLOR. YOUNG CO., SHU BROKERS
and commission nw-rcliunte. Sherlock bldg..
ALLEN & LEWIS. COMMISSION AND PRO
duee merchants. Front & D sts.. Portland. Or.
EVERDING Si FARRELL. commission, butter
eggs, chlekeuu and farm produce. Portland.
MISSES MATT1NGLY ACADEMY OF DANC
Itiff, 200 14th. Private lesJOns by appointment.
DR. C. B. BROWN. TeL Ore. Red 2340; resl
dence. White 034. 514-15-10 D'kum bldg.
WOODARD. CLARKE & CO..
Cor. 4 th and Washington sts.
Dyeing; ami Cleaning.
H. W. TURNER. PROFESSIONAL DTEU
and cleaner. 301 17th. Tel. Red. 131.
FRENCH. ITALIAN. LATIN, GREEK LEH-
tpre; translations. Prof. Ravel, Europe.ui
Universities, colleg. doctor. 223 West Parle
AKRON DYNAMOS. 510TORS. METERS
etc Tatum & Bowen, 29 to 35 First st
Fence and "Wire AVorka,
OLD EAST PORTLAND FENCE AND WIRE
Works.- A. Carlson, 2S3 E. Morrison st
Iron Fpnnders, Mnch'sts, Ship M'lil'rs.
Wolff & Zwlcke- Iron Works; designers and
mfrs. cf ships, steamboats, marine, mining
and milling machinery; riveted steel pipe.
narneon and Saddles,
THE BREYMAN LEATHER CO.. HARNEW
and sole leather, saddlery, hardware, findings
and skoe-stnrc supplies. 73 Front st
THE GEORGE LAWRENCE CO.. WHC5LE
nale saddlers and harnerw manufacturers,
leather and saddlery hardware. 72 Front t.
HAMBURG-BREMEN FIRE INS. CO.. 102
1st st. vRnrd & Arnold, general agents.
Iron P-onnrtcrs and. Machinists.
Smith & Watson Iron Works; englhes and boll
tra: lodging engines a. specialty, quarts and
saw mliu. mlsc machinery. Front an'd Hall
DEALERS IN BAMEOO FURNITURE AND
Japanese goods. 311 Morrison, sop Pxtofllee.
Marble and Granite Worlfi.
Largest, best stock of monuments
In city, at cest, to reduce stock beforu rnor
ing down town. Weeks, 720 Front su
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS: marblir. gran
ite and atone work. Scbanen A Neu. 2fia lit
"THE SNOWDEN" BATHROOM RE
opened, 134 4th. formerly "Tho Nelson";
tub and vapor baths, maseage. TeL Red 421.
SELECT MASSAGE AND MAGNETIC LADY
from San Franctacq, Parlor 20. 20H Stark.
LADY GIVES VAPOR BATHS AND MAS
sage at 313 Waahlngtdn street, room 3S.
'Mnprnetlc and Mental Ileallnjr.
MRS. C. J. MAPLE. MAGENTIC HSALBR
(Weltmer method), perjonl and home treat
ment taught 211H 2d, near Salmon, Portland.
MRS. J. MAY YOUNG, mental science hentcr.
personal aad absent treatmontn. 254 Harrison.
If medicine fa4ta try Otto Kllhgbell. mngnetlc
healen, 307 E. Cth. Oregon phone Scott C03.
LADIES! CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PENNY
royal Pills drs tho best Saf?, reliable. Take
no o'ther. Send 4c, stamps, for particulars.
"Relict for Ladles." In letter by return mall.
Ask your druggist Chichester Chemical Co.,
Dr. Flora A Brown: diseases of women and
children a specialty. Consultation and diag
nosis freo. 61T-51S The Dekum. Portland. Or.
O, M. ROSENDALH. ROOM3 Q15-51C OREGO
nlan building. Investigates mining property;
advises thereon; companies organized; capital
WRITE OR PHONE US FOR ALL OREGON
Mining Stock Exchange quotations. Cpnsult
us personally for information regarding all
Mocks on the Oregon market Davidson,
Ward 4 Co. (members of the Oregon Mining
Stock Exchange), 403 Chamber of Commerce.
Phono Clay 633.
THE RICHARDSON GOLD MINING CO. OF
fcrs treasury stock at 12H?. Buy before it ad
vances. W H. Sherrod & Co., room 2 Cham
ber of Commerce. Phone 1401.
SUMPTER GOLD FIELDS; MINES AND
mining stock bought and sold. E. A. Clem &
Co., 140 Third at. Portland. Or.
Wllflej eosonntrator. Drake uaal., Ideal stamp
milt mining cars. Tatum ft Bowen, 20-35 1st
LESSONS ON. VIOLIN. VIOLA CORNKT;
Dmll Thlfilhorn. 2C0 Jeaersoa. TeL West 100.
DR. W. A. ROGERS, OSTEOPATH. SUITS
533 Marquam bldg.; acute and chronic dis
eases. Ladles wtihlng lady operator will bo"
attended by Dr. Rhoda C Hicks, graduate
under Dr. A. T. Still, founder of Osteopathy.
Phmo Main 27.
Drs. Northrup & Alklre. Osteopaths, suite 410
Dkum bldg. Investigation respectfully so-
llelted; examination free. Phone Main 340.
DR. L. B. SMITH. PIONEER OSTEOPATH,
cite 400 Oregoilan building. Phone Oak 421.
Oregon Vlnvl Company
Lewis bldg.. Park nad Morrison. Free Health
lectures to women Thursday, at 2:30 P. M.
LARSEN. .the palmist scientific reading of all
leading events In life. 30c: practical hand
reading for sale by author, at 2S5H First at
MRS. L. BURHANS. scientlflc palmist Olji
Grand eve., room 50. Readings. 50c and $1.
T. J. GEISLER, CIS-ell CHAMBER OF COM.
Registered attorney U. S. Patent Office.
WOODARD. CIARKE & CO., WHOLESALS
and retalt corner Fourth and Washington.
WESTACOTT d; KNIGHT HIGH -.GF.ADB
pickles. Both phones. 474 East Alder st
Portland Elding Club, fine livery, boarding,
saddle hones specialty. Pork and Jefferson
Real Estntc Louis and Rentals.
ATKINSON. WAKEFIELD & CO.; ESTAU
llshVd ISrtO. 227 Stark xtrect
THE FINEST 10c HOUSE ON THE COA3T.
Montana Restaurant 245 First st
OYBRLAND STORAGE WAItEHOUSE
Fourth and Davis. Merrhnndlse a npecialty.
Insurance rates low; storage Inter re.ionnb..
Careful attention given to country ediwign
roents. Tel Or. Jfnln 777; Columbia, i;7u.
SAFES. PIANOS. 1 UKN1TURE 5IOVED ANb
lackcd for shipping. f it Olson. 123 Plm.
Tel. oflle. Main lvr: ninck SOU
SAFES. SAFES. BANK WRK. LOCK DE1T.
upenlng lockouts, rernlrs. J. E. Davis. Vfi nd.
Saw 3I1II Machinery.
Chrtster.ison-McMaster Machinery Co.: new and
2d-hand machlner'- E. Water and K. Ta lor.
Showcases and Store Fixture!.
DIXON. ROP.GESON U CO.. FRONT AND
Stornnre and Transfer.
KTorj-K AT LOW CATES CAN BE HAD
at Fred BlckeVs storehouse. 31 North Front.
Tents and Arvnlnpr.s.
Cope Nome tuts. bags, oil clothing, camp fur
nitute. Pacific Tent & Awn Co . 27 N. 1st.
iK)lAUD. CLARKE & CO.. WHOLESALU
drusglsts. corner Fourth and Waehlngton.
Seed, Flotver, VeKetable Plants.
ALL KINDS 0 SEEDS AND PLANTS AT
Bowen's Seed Store, Front and Taylor. . Wo
sfll only the best.
Stores. Rnnjre. Household Il'diTaro
Hardware; jole apt. Universal stoves & ranges;
housefurnU!i:nim.i.. J. J. Kadderly. 141 lot
Mrs. Stevens; advice on all affairs of life; sit
tings dally. 221 S Morrison st. room 22.
MRS. C. CORNELIUS. MEDIUM. ALISKY
building. Third and Morrison sts.
MRS. J. A. SMTTK. medium and magneita
VealT. room 2, 234 Morrison.
ALLEN & LKWIS. V.'HOLESALE OROCEB3.
cor N. Front and Davl sts.. Portland. Or
ROOMING - HOUSES. 30 ROOMS. 51300: 10
rooms, 3425. 22 room. $1150; 60 rooms. $1350.
J t '"'ERY STORES $l20i. 100. $500.
CIGAR and caruly. $150, 550. $000, $1200.
tE?T.l'KANTS. $000. $1500. $2000. Stocks
of goods of all kinds, and saloons.
Loan money on p-rsonal security.
JENNIN S k tO.. 304 MORRISON ST.
GROCERY STORE FOR S VLB; ONE OF
the beat locations In city; first-class, family
trade: will Invoice about $1500; this will
stand Investigation: good chance to right
party. Address N 00. care Oregonian.
FIRST-CLA?S TAILORING BUSINESS FOR
sIe. fixture" Included, if wanted. Account
jslcknca. Furrlturt for sale atex Addrcra
F 51. are Oregonian.
FOP. SALE-BLACKSMITH SHOP. WITH
tools and stock; chrap ground lease. Ad
dress L 70. cars Oregonian.
FOR S,1A1 r VS lA.PBOR STEAM
laundry: psvs $100 per week. Wrlto to Brlsco
Bros.. Aberdeen, Wash.
Xi-VI(.K HOTEL ItUPTNESR FOR RIOHT
party. Inqulr nt 252 Yamhill st.
saio'v roK ;i.E n; oood location.
nn S'th t Inquire 210 Third rt.
rORTLA.ND TRUST COMPANY
OF OREGON. ' v
100 THIRD STREET.
Money to loan on mcitgsge.
A general trust and cgen.y buMneao traraetM.
liKNJ, 1. COHEN Prtsldsnt
1L L. PlTPOCK. A. S. NICHOLS Vlce-Pres.
R. J. ALTSTOCK. J. O. GOLTlt V... Secretaries
FIRST NATIONAL RANK
OF PORTLAND. OR.
Designated Depcaltarj end Financial Agent of
the United States.
President H. W. CORBETT
Cashier G. E. WITHINUTON
Assistant Cashier J. W. NEWKIIUI
Second Aspistart Cashier W. C. ALOR:
Letters of crmllt Issued, available In Europe
and the Eastern states.
Sight exchange and telegraphic transfers rrld
on New York. Boston, Chicago. St. Louis. St.
Paul. Omohn. San Francisco and the principal
points in the Northwest.
Sight and time bills drawn In ims to suit on
London. Paris. Berlin. Frankfort-on-the-Maln.
Hong Kong, Yokohama. Copcshflgwn. Chrl&tl
anla, Stockholm. St Petersburg. Moscow, 2u
Collections made on favorable terms.
LADD & TILTON. BAN1CER5
ESTABLISHED IN 1850.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Interest allowed on time depcMts.
Collections made at all points on fnvOrnbto
termi. Letters of credit Ismed available In Eu
rope and the Eastern states. ,
Sight Exchange and Telegraphic Transfera
oold on New York. Washington. Chicago, St.
Loiils. Denver. Omaha. San Froncbrn and vari
ous points In Orecn. Washington, Idaho, Mon
tana and British Columbia.
Exchanre sold on London, Paris, Berlin,
Frankfort and Hong Kong.
WELLS. FARGO & CO, BANK
CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $C.25Q.C00
JOHN J. VALENTINE PRESIDENT
HOMER S. KING MANAGER
R M.DOOLY CASHIER
JOHN E. MILES ASSISTANT CASHIER
General Ranking Business 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 Vlce-Presldcit
R. W. HOVH Cashier
GEO. W. HOYT Asolntant Cashier
TRAN3ACT3 A GENERAL BANKJXG
Interest paid on time deport ts.
Drafts and letters of credit lamed, available
Is all ports of the world.
Collectlors a speclsRy. Gold dust bought
LONDON AND SAN FRANCISCO BANK
LIMITED. CAPrTAL PAID UP $2,450,000
Head Ofllce. 71 Lombard street London.
This bank transacto a yraera! banking and
exchange business; makes loans; dbwiunts bll's
and Issues commercial and travelers" credit),
available In any :lty In the wcrld.
Chamber of Commerce building. Third and
Stark streets. W. A. MACRAE. Manager.
THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Drafts !sued available in all cities of the
United States and Europe.
President TYLER WOODWARD
Vice-President JACOB KAMM
Cashier F. a MILLER
PANIC OF BRITISH COLUMBIA-PAID-UP
Head Office, 60 Lombard street. London.
Cera' I block, 244 Washington st. Portland.
R. LEA BARNES, Maaagsr.