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THE -MORNING- OR-EGONIAN. - MONO AY, -JUL? - 80,- 1900.
List of Unclaimed Letters Remaining
n the Postofficc at Portland, Or.
Freo delivery. of letters by. carrier t ths
residence- of owners may be secured ty observ
ing the following rules:
Direct plainly to tho street and number ot
Head letters -with the writer's full address,
Including ittrect and number, and request an
swer to be directed accordingly.
Letters to strangers or transient visitors In
the city, -whose special address may be un
known, should be marked in the "ief t-hand cor
ner, 'Transient," Thtswlll prevent their be
ing; delivered to persons of the same or simi
Persons calling for these letters will pleast
state date on" which they were advertised, Julj
SO. They will be charted format the rate of 1
- WOMEN'S LIST.
Ahrn, Miss Grace -LaCamp, "Mrs Sadie
Adams, Mrs AJphia Law son, -Miss Little
Alisky, Mrs Buna Leisure. Mrs Florence
Aldrlch. Mrs iatnanlel Lewis, Mkts Lillian
Amos, Miss Pearl Llppmaij. Mrs It
Anderson, Mrs M Llnneberg, Miss Dlna
Austeln. Mistress Jo- A
hanna Loonej. Mlas Ardle
Bain. Mrs Laillia A Louderback. Mrs J W-2
Baler, Mrs Llrzlo- Lone. Mies Marie
Bell. Miss Birdie Luckey. Mrs J
iiell. Mrs Hannah e McKy. Mrs Eva
Berry, Mrs Charles
Mantell. Miss Ea
Mathews. Mrs Geo W
Miller. Mrs Augusta
Miller. Mrs Llnnle A
Miller. Mrs J Bay
Miller. Miss Sarah H
Malson. Miss Mattle
tuaKKicy. Mrs illle
Broure, Mrs Lillian
Bush. Mrs E Wlllard
Caarly. Mrs J C
Caley, Miss Dorathy
Case, Miss Mary E
Monk. Mrs A
Chamberiln. Miss Ella MIer. Mrs Anna. 7th st
Close. Mrs J H Nelson. Miss Bangtha
Coles, Mrs E O Kelson. Mrs A It. M D
Cole. Miss" Mildred B Nlday. Nellie
Collins, Miss Ada Owen?. Mrs Emma
Copley. Mrs Ellen A Parker. Mrs LllUe
Condrotte. Miss Marie Proctor. Miss Ethel
Cooper. Mrs George Reed, Miss Emma
Daly. Mrs K A Riley. Mrs M E
Dennis. Mrs I 1 Royse. Miss M
Doublebower. Miss Rolllnson. Mies Jessie
Leona R0Se, Mrs Maud
Duncan. Mrs Maggie Russell. Nellie M
Epperly, Miss Hazel Saylor, Mrs 'Jessie
Finley, Mrs Wm Soott. Mrs Mary
Fraser. Miss Berta-2 Simmons, MI VIrglo
Frances. Mrs Smlthson. Mrs Nancy
Fuller. Mrs Elmer Smith. Mrs Walsey E
vjuuucj, jnas j uay smith. Miss, 403 E
Godby, Miss Gay
uoss, jars a H
Green. Mrs C G
Gustln, Mrs S D
Hall, Miss Florence
Hare, Mrs Nellie
Herter. Miss Lena
Hicks. Mrs F R
'Hunter, Miss Minnie
Ingraham, Mrs D F
Johnson. Miss Belle
Jonnson, Miss Leala.
Johnson. Mrs Pernel
Kellogg, Mrs A A
Klbele. Miss Mario '
King, Mr "J- W
Konlt, Mlas Elene
Krebs. Mrs Llszlo
LaSelle, Mrs Ed L
Smith, Mrs Emma
Smith, .tars A F
Starccash, Miss Else G
Stewart, Ethel J
Thompson. Mrs Laura
Thompson, Mrs E C
Trudo, Mrs M
Vanduyn. Mrs J M
Walter. .Mrs Ollve-2
'Wallace. Mrs M F
WaTklns, Mrs Hamilton
WUklns. Mrs J W
White Cross Assn.
Williamson. Mrs Helen
Williams, Mrs F H
Williams Mrs Thos F
Winchester. Mrs K M
Zlegler. Mrs M E
Allen, W H Jones, Frank I
Allen. Ell T Kynooh. William
Aiuwicaa r-ersonai Ab-it-eiiy, ck
Kenworthy, A B
Anderson, E H
B&illard. J R
Barlow, C H
Batchelor. James H
Beckley, Rev J W
Bryan. E J
Byiand, R D
Cantrell, S W
Chllders, Ben A
Chambers, Geo W
Chapman, Chas H
Clallo, John F
, Clark, G B
Colestock, E B
' Comer, J
- Correll, H C
Cubing, J w
Cunningham, N M
Dembach. J L
Detwller. Jas P
Dennis. X H
Dent. Frank W
Eaton, Thos H
Ellis. E A
Fisher. John J
Flynn. Wm S
Garrison Sewing Ma
King, Robert .fi.L
Knapp. K Mick
ICrlstoffersen. A M
Kukendall, Dr J A
Lapnam, Rev Stanton
Logan. J W
Lenellen, W H
Lyson, Judze J C
McCarty. Elm M
McEwan, A L
Madden. J J ,
Martin, J M
Matthews. Hebor I
Miller, Chas B
Murray, Geo H
Mires, J A. asst cupt
Meyer, Oscar R
Near. Wm A
Nolson, d A
Nohr, H F
Nye, Roy V-2
Payne, i V. M D
Perley. D E
Portland Medical .
School, registrar of
Qulnton, Jno H, C E
Rapley, Geo B
Rains, C V
Garretson. P R
Gelbelhouse, Kelnrlch Schwartz. A E
Gibson, James D
Seely. Elder H A
Goodby, W N
Hahne, G W
Harris. W J
Hinds. W Earl
Hoyt. W W
Homer. Mr and Tdra
Hoss, M L
House, J M
Howard, Henry C
Huston. T S
Shipley, W H
Slivcrthorn. M J
Smith, JasL, Jr
Sperling. Mr. engineer
Stanford. W Reed
Strlckler, Jno H
Summers, S N
Thebo. Arthur T
Walby. E G-2
Walker. E H. M D
Weston. W G
Ward. W T -Whitehead.
Whitehead. W R
Wllson, Geo H
Woodruff & Co, J O
Wolfe. Jno A
Johnston, John A
Johnson. Theodor F-2
Bell, Mrs Hannah E Peterkln, C E
Lehan. E D Solberg. A O
Oberg, J N Underwoods Mrs J L
A B '"ROASMAN. P. M.
'If -"X2? '-avft never used Carter's Little
IjlverjPills,. go at once, to the nearest drug
store" and get" a vial. They -will surely
please you. Don't forget-this.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, July 29. 8 P. M. Maximum
temperature, 84; minimum temperature, 57;
river reading at 11 A. 2L, T.C feet; change in
24 hours, .2; total precipitation. G P. M. to
6 P. M., 0; total precipitation since September
1; 1B99, 3S.0S Inches; normal precipitation sines
September 1 1898, 4(J 26; deficiency. 7.58; total
sunshine July 28, 1500, 14:53; possible sunshine,
There has been qulto a marked fall in pres
sure over the North Pacific States, but the
barometer still remains relatively high off the
Washington- Coast, and low over the Interior
cf California. No rain has fallen, and the
temperature has risen from 0 to8 degrees east
Of the Cascade Mountains, and' the following
maximum temperatures occurred today: Rod
Bluff. 104; Walla Walla. Boise and Wlnne
mucca, 08; Baker City, 04; Salt Lake City,
Pocatello, Spokane and Roseburg, 92; Sacra
mento and Kallspell, 8S degrees. The indica
tions are for fair and continued warm -weather
In this district Monday.
Oregon, Washington and Idaho Fair and
continued warm; winds mostly northerly.
Portland and vicinity Fair and continued
warm; northerly winds.
EDWARD A BEALS. Forecast Official.
Special this week. 30-pound, all-hair mat
tresses, guaranteed, 310.00.
Comer First and Washington Streets.
PORTLAND STREET FAIR AND CARNIVAL
Privileges Sealed bids are Invited for eon
cessions and Dtivlleres during the Portland
Street Fair and Carnival, opening's? pt. 4 and i
m1a.iw c&. -: -Ain . ..ii... -. ia '
WU3IU6 fc?t. 1U OVVi IbO iUllUn, fill 14IO
exclusive, privileges for sale of Ice cream,
soda water, candles, popcorn, peanuts. For
the partial privileges, one or more stands,
fbrnsale of cigars, tobacco. For sale of oyster
oocVtalls, tamales and such other concessions
as may be desired. Bids will bo received
until Aug. C. 1900. Address all bids to
Chairman Concessions Committee Portland
Street Fair and Carnival, Imperial Hotel.
FOR RENT, VERY CHEAP A LARGE
front office- room, 2534 Washington street,
corner Third. Apply at room 0.
Knight's Drug Stors
Opposite Oregonlan building 120 Sixth. Drugs
and medicines. Prescriptions a specialty.
, Mortgage Loans
Pn improved e:ty and farm property, at lowea-cn-rent
-rates. .Building leans. Installrota:
tewtv lAvmsttr & BlrV ttl Worcesur blk.
CLASSIFIED AD. RATES
Rooms, "Rooms and BcardT" "Housekeep
ing Room." "Situations "Wanted," 13 words or
lees, 10 cents: 10 to 20 words, 20 cents; .21 to 23
words. 25 cents, etc No discount for additional
UNDER ALL OTHER HEADS- except "New
Today." SO cents for 16 words or less) 18 to 20
words, 40 cents; 21 to 23 words, 60 cents, etc
first Insertion. ' Each additional insertion, one
half; na further discount under one month.
"NEW TODAT" (gauge measure agate), 13
cents per line, first insertion; 10 cents per line
for each additional Insertion.
ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS, ad
dressed care The Oregonlan and left at this of
fice, should always be Inclosed la sealed envel
opes. No stamp is required on such letters.
The Oregonlan will not be responsible for er
rors In advrrtlsenenu taken through the telephone.
ALISKTS WINTER GARDEN.
ALISKY'S WINTER GARDEN,
ALISKY'S WINTBR GARDEN,
THIRD AND MORRISON STS,
"THIRD AND MORRISON STS.
THIRD AND MORRISON STS.
VENETIAN LADY TROUBADOURS,
VENETIAN LADY TROUBADOURS.
VENETIAN LADY TROUBADOURS.
EVERY -HVKNING AND WEDNESDAY
AND SATURDAY MATINEES.
DINNER FROM 8 TO 8 P. M., CO CENTS.
AUCTION SALES TODAT.
At residence. No. 107 North 17th street, be
tween Flanders and Glfaran, 10 A. M. 8. I
N. Gil man. auctioneer.
TVANHOE LODGE, NO. 10, K. OF P. Reg
ular convention this (Monday) evening at 8
o'clock In Pythian Hall, Auditorium building.
Conferring of Knight rank. Visitors welcome.
R. D. FULTON, C. C.
L. CARSTENSEN. K. of R. and S.
EDWARD HOLMAX, Unilertafcer,4th
and Yamhill sts. Rena Stlnnou. lady
assistant. Both, phones No. 007.
! Ftnley. Kimball Jk Co.. Undertaker.
Lady assistant. 275 Tlilrd t. Tel. O.
PaclOc Coast Company. Telephone. 223. 2(9
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
Cholce quarter-block on St. Clair rtreet,
commanding fine view. Knob Hill section of
the city, for sale at a very low price, must
bo sold this week. Any family wanting a
fine homeslto In the City of Portland should
at -once 'select this, as It is choice and Is a
bargain in price. Apply to
C. K. HENRY. 273 Stark street.
FARM NEAR CORVALLIS
Of 1300 acres, fine Improvements, very, de
sirable place: Is good grain and pasture
land; vory low In price. If sold soon. Apply to
C K. HENRY. 273 Stark street.
SOUTHERN OREGON FARM
Fine fruit, grain and stook farm of 1013
acres, one mile from station and town in
Southern Oregon; large house, nice orchard 1
or merchantable fruits on z? acres; 35? acres
in cultivation; 200 more suitable for cultiva
tion, balance fine open pasture for stock.
This fine farm, bordered by river, with
plenty of springs, and railroad across the
land, will be cold at a big bargain. It
would pay some family to investigate this
uch of the land b&lnc river bottom
APPly to C. K. HENRY, 273 Stark st.
FINE BUILDING SITE ON ST. CLAIR ST..
100 feet square, on Johnson Hill, near St.
Helen's Hall, and the fine residences of Mr.
C E. S. Wood. T. B. Wilcox. Wallace Mc
Camant and others; the "bonton" part of
the city: this choice site, being comer prop
erty, will be sold at a very low price in ordci
to close up an estate, if taken during this
weok. Prompt action necessary. Apply to
C. K. HENRY. 273 Stark street.
WE WILL MAKE A PRICE TO SUIT YOU
on a beautiful 2-acre tract close to car line,
' this side of Mount Tabor A beautiful coun
try homo of 4 acres, all cultivation; good
0-room house: close to Ankeny car line 4
acres on Powell's Yallt-y -road. Just outside
city limits. 10 acres on Section Line road,
convenient tn the city. 10 acres, all In cul
tivation, good house; adjoining the town of
Gresham. 3 acres at Rockwood. These are
all desirable tracts, and we will make prices
that will move them. Lambert & Sargent,
883 East Washington st.
WE HAVE TROPBRTY OF ALL KINDS
and In all parts of the city and suburbs, for
salo at lowest prices, and can make bettet
terms than others, as wo handle property
owned principally by mortgage companies.
Call and seo our list, as we have some special
bargains on hand, and will drive you out to
see .the property. It will cost you nothing to
look It over. Grlndstaft & Blaln. 24C Stark
FOR SALE, BY OWNER A' MODERN SIX
room cottage and corner lot In Sunnysldo;
well located and In good repair; price, S1509r
' part 'rash, balance monthly payments, , Ad
dress "R. 3C Y ." care Oregonlan.
CHEAP. TWENTY-FOURTH ST. FOR SALE
Corner lot, facing eastjvnd norti. excellent
Vacation. F. V. Andrews & Co., Hamilton,
33700-BUSINESS FROPERTY; MUST BE
sola? bring gooa Interest on money: a bar
gain: no agent. Address L SS. care Ore-
A BARGAIN FOR SALB-Sx85 ON 6EV
enth and Main streets. Vancouver: two store
buildings. Address P. O. box 114 Vancouver,
FOR SALE. CHEAP. FQR CASH FINE
residence lot, 23d and Washington streets.
Call at room 7, 231 Washington street.
WILL NOT REFUSE REASONABLE OFFER
Fine quarter block. E. 17th and Main; must
sell. N 72, Oregonlan.
CHEAP LOTS. WITH OR WITHOUT COT
tages. E. llth car line Inquire 320 Front,
FOR SALE FARMS.
62 ACRES IMPROVED LAND. WITH BUDD
lngs. etc. 7 miles from Portland, 34500.
140 acres partly Improved land, with house,
etc. 0 miles from Portland, 34500.
235 scree, 4 miles from Forest Grove, 23
mlles from Portland; 80 acres Improved.
160 acres. 2 miles from HllUboro, 14 miles
from Portland, well-impfoved farm; 35500.
60 acres 2 miles from Newberg. 23 miles
from Portland. 31600.
166 acres, 2 mtles from North Yamhill; a
good farm; 34500.
831 acres, 5 miles from North Yamhill, In
Moore's Valley, 80 acres cultivated, 33300.
200 acres. 8 miles from Dallas. 4 miles from
railroad; an excellent farm, about one-half
In cultivation; 36000.
Good stock ranches in Douglas County. 4
miles from Oakland, from 600 to 2400 acres,
at from 35 to 312 per acre.
For further particulars apply to
MACMASTER & BIRRELL.
311 Worcester block. Portland. Or.
THE CELEBRATED "HENRY LONG
Farm," at Chehalis, considered by many to
be the best money-making farm in the state,
will be sold by the administrator Sept. 1,
either in parcels or as a --hole, to the high
est bidder. Full Information by addressing
W. B. Allen, box 317. Chehalis, Wah
IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE IN ALL
parts of Oregon and Washington; payments
made to suit purchasers. For full particulars
as to various properties, apply to Maemaiter
& Blrrell. 311 Worcester Block.
FOR SALE OR RENT, OR WOULD TRADE
for a suburban home A stock farm, sear
Wilholt Springs. Address J. P. Converse,
GOOD TEAM HORSES, WAGON AND "HAR-
ness for sale cheap, or exchange for city
property. C E. Bennett. 127H Tourth st.
BELGIAN HARES FOR SALE.
BELMONT RABBITRY, 14S EAST 34TH ST.,
Portland Orders booked this week only for
service of our famous Imported buck, "Duke
of Trek," score 05, at 310. Britain Chief. S3.
A few eholce does, bred. 315 to $25; one
fine Lord Nason buck, 310,
Los Angeles Rabbltrr. 094 Oregon st., Port
land: low prices. Prince Yukon. Jr.. fee 310.
TnniER LAXDS FOR SALE.
WE HAVE FOR 8ALE A M.00Q-ACRE TRACT
of spruce and fir on the Umpqua River. We
i buy and sell timber lands on commission.
Hartman. Thorapwn & Powers, 3 Chamber
PINE. FIR AND CEDAR TIMBER LaNDS;
claims, scrip, mill sites, etc Martin -t Co.,
1VAXTED RCAI. ESTATE.
WE HAVE A CUSTOMER-'WHO WANTS TO
purchase a modem dwelling In desirable
neighborhood, on West Side, must have fou
bedrooms. wUl pay 15003 to $6000 If suited.
Rountree . Diamond. 241 Stark street, cornet
Second. Pho-n Grant 291.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
TWO CARLOADS RIGS. PART RUBBER
tire; old ones In exchange: 600 set harness.
75 second-hand rigs. S. Temllnson. 211 V ah.
Typewriters, all makes, rented and sold; expert
repairing, offlco supplies and desks. Coast
Agency Co.. 20d Stark st. Both phones.
FOR SALE. CHEAP-A FIRST-CLASS FULL
blood fox terrier dog C months old. Room
383 Chamber of Commerce; 1 to 2 o'cloc.
HORSES- DRIVING AND WORK HORSES
cheap for cash. Stable corner SoTenth and
Stark. Teh Red S1L .
FOR SALE HORSE, HARNESS AND LIGHT
wagon; also cash register. Call room 4.
246H Morrison street.
SINGLE TOP BUGGY AND TWO-SEATED
surrey. Inquire at X. E corner Third and
A LOT OF FINE nORSES DRAFT AND
drivers. SCO and up. Call East Seventh, and
FOR BEST FIR. OAK. AND ASH-WOOD GO
to Pioneer Wood Yard, foot of Morrison st.
310 FOR A NEW GAS COOKER: $2 CASH,
balance 32 per month. Gas Co., 174 Fifth st.
Mario lanterns, new. second-hsno, moving pic
tures. Bullard A Breck; 131 Post. San Fran.
HONEY-MOON" GUM; ASSORTED FLA
vors. Sold by all leading dealers. Ask for it.
Good pasture for horses or cattle at 1004 Mll
wnukle St., or Inquire at 12S Third street.
NATIONAL CASH REGISTER FOR SALE
cheap. Graves & Co.. 124 Sixths
ONE NEW LIMIT DELIVERY WAGON FOR
sale. 2S Alder street.
HELP WANTED MALE.
2 HOTEL COOKS, 3100; LOGGINO ENOI
neer and fireman; 2 flunkeys, S25 and .330;
2 feeders, thresher, $2 board; hook tender.
2.50 board; 2 rigging rustlers $45 board; R.
R. laborers. 32. board 33.60. laborers, city.
32 to 32.25. carpenter, city, 32.50; brickyard.
32; fallers. $2.75: truckers. 32.50; barkers,
32 25; raftsman. 32.60; section men. 32; mill
and yard men. 32, woodchoppers, 80c and 31;
swampers, 32; farm hands. 325 to 330; hay
makers. 31.25; hotel and restaurant help call.
Canadian Agency, 226 Morrison.
WANTED FOR UNITED STATES ARMY
Able-bodied, unmarried men, between ages
of 21 and 35. citizens of United States, of
good character and temperato habits, who
can speak, read and write English. Recruits
are specially desln-d for service In Philip
pines. For Information, apply to recruiting
officer. Third and Stark streets, Portland.
HARPER & BROTHERS, NEW YORK,
want experienced salesmen for their fine
subscription books ofTerd here for first time;
have also a low-priced combination offer of
magaslne and weekly, with premiums. Ad
dress, with references and experience, San
Francisco office, 206 Kearney street.
WANTED A FEW FIRST-CLASS WEAVERS
and two good hand jack-splnners. to work
nights on fine casslmeres and flannels: good
wages paid. Apply by letter to Eagle Woolen
Mills Co.. Brownsville. Linn County. Or.
PERNIN SHORTHAND LEARNED IN ONE
thlrd tlmo of Pltmanlo forms: no shading:
no position. Behnk's Pemln Shorthand and
Commercial College. 614 Commercial block.
WANTED TWO ENERGETIC HUSTLING
canvassers, to complete staff; others are
earning good wajres. 25 f. Grand avenue,
Burkhard block. East Portland.
rT ANTED A TRAVELING SALESMAN FOR
wholesale liquor and dgar firm; one ac
quainted with Eastern Oregon trade. Address
A 77, care Oregonlan.
WANTED FOUR NUMBER ONE HAND
Ironors; men only strictly sober; wages 32 50
por day. Troy Steam Laundry, Spokane,
WANTED 1000 MEN TO DRINK WEIN
hard's Columbia beer; nice and cool. Free
from 7 P. M. to 11:80 P. M. 180fr Fifth st.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS HARNESS-MAK-ers;
good w.agts and steady employment. Ap
ply Breyraan Leather Co . 73 Front st.
WANTED STENOGRAPHER FOR WHOLE
sale house: give references and state experi
ence; Address B S3, care Oregonlan.
EXPERIENCED SALHSMEN FOR OREGON
and Washington: permanent position for
right men. 646 Commercial block.
PORTRAIT AGENTS. QUIT CRAYONS; TRY
washable cnamellnes: no glass; don't rub.
Family Portalt Co., Chicago.
A GOOD RUSTLER CAN OBTAIN PERMa
nent employment by calling at 144 Park
street, 8 A. M.
DISHWASHER WANTED AT THE CALT-
fornla Kitchen; SI per day. 283 Washington.
WANTED WAITER, Al COLORED. FOR
hotel cafe Address C 84, care Oregonlan.
WANTED MEN FOR COLUMBIA QUARRY;
wages 32 and $2.25 per day. OS First st.
WANTED A HARNESSMAKER.
Preston & Hales, Eugene, Or.
HELP "WASTED FE3ZALE.
LAUNDRY GIRL. IONE. 320; WAITRESS
cnambermald, lone, 320; waitress, Heppner,
320. fare here; waitress. 316. or cook 17 50,
Hood River; 20 other waitresses, city and out;
chambermaids; nurse girls; housework, Col
fax. $25; Boise. 325. fare here; others, coast
and country: plenty In city at 312 to 323.
Canadian Parlors. 220 Morrison.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED FORELADY
for steam laundry, a first-class lroner and
shirt finisher, permanent position; references
required. Call 147 Park sL, from 6 to 7
PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT IN CITY FOR
refined, energetic middle-aged woman with
good common school education. N 77, care
WANTED EXPERIENCED COOK TO GO TO
Oregon City; good wages paid. Call 434 Main
St.. between 11 and 12 Monday morning,
A COMPETENT HOUSEMAID AND LAUN
drcss. at Mrs. W S. Ladd's, between Sixth
and Seventh and Jefferson and Columbia, sts.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED SWEDE OR
German girl for general housework. 333
Columbia. Call mornings.
WANTED SHIRT MACHINE IRONER AND
first-class starch clothes lroner. Portland
GntL TO DO GENERAL HOUSEWORK:
mlddle-aced woman preferred. Inquire 107
22d st. north.
WANTED-A GIRL TO ASSIST IN OEN
eral housework. Apply 515 Yamhill street,
WANTED EXPERIENCED DINING-ROOM
girl; wages $15 month, room and board. Na
WANTED OIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work and girl to take care of children. 741
COMPETENT GniL ATJONCE. FOR GEN
eral housework. Apply 245 22d street. North.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED DINING
room girl. The Hesperian, '33 Morrison.
COMPETENT OIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work In small family 821 Johnson st.
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. Apply 721 Second st.
GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSEWORK. AP
ply forenoon. 551 Lovejoy.
SITU ATI OX W4..VTKD MALEU
Boolikeepers and Clerics.
MH3DLE-AGED MAN. THOROUGHLY RB
llable and competent, with best city refer
ences, vents position ef responsibility and
trust In office or business house. Address
K 80, care Oregonlan.
WANTED-BY EXPERIENCED MAN. PER
roanent position with flr-t-class wholesale or
retail Grocery house; best of references; also
understand crockery. Address B 82, care
WANTED WORK OF ANY KIND BY
young man. some experience In grocery
trade Address E 32, care Oregonlan.
ALL-ABOUND PRINTEtt WOULD UKE TO
get a position: married, eob-r, young man.
Address B 84. care Oregonlan.
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED TWO FURNISHED ROOMS. IN
good neighborhood, vicinity of postoffice, for
gentleman and wife Address 8 87, care Ore-gon-.n.
MCWERN COTTAGE. NEAT, CLEAN. SOMU
y"rd; no objections to suburbs, not too for
out. Address Q SS, care Oregonlan.
WANTED TO BORROW $5000 ON AN UNDI
"Vided Interest In strictly Inside cits; business
property: vsry centrally located the security
offered baa a market value of 933.000. and
brings in rents of $240 monthly. W Tl. caw
WANTED 1000 MEN TO DRINK WETN
hard's Columbia beer; nice -and cool. Fros
from 7 P M. to 11:30 P. M. 1304 Fifth st.
WANTED -STRICTLY FRESH RANCH
eggs, at Kruse's Grtll-Koom, stars, si., oppo
site Chamber of Commerce.
WANTED SMALL BRED DOO, COCKER
spaniel preferred; must be cheap. Address
C 31. care Oregonlan.
Cast-oft second-hand clothing wanted at 87 N.
3d. Prices no object. Orgon phone Clay 613.
HEAVY, TEAM WANTED. INQUIRE AT
Alters & Schneider's. 240 Front st.
THE SPALDING. S. E. COR. PARK AND
Alder sts., under the management of the
owner. Helen H. Spalding The mot complete
apart ment-hooso in the Northwest; choice
rooms, for gentlemen or gentleman and wlfa;
furnished housekeeping suites a specialty.
Tin: PLEASANTON. 253 THIRD ST. FINE
f urnlhcd rooms, en suite, single, or. house
keeping; sunlight In all rooms; bath Included;
most reasonable terms; transient solicited.
THE DREXEL, 341 MORRISON UNDER
new management; nicely furnished rooms,
single or en suite. 31.60 per weok up; tran
THE NEWCASTLE, S. B. COR. THIRD AND
Harrison sts. Rooms, furnished or unfur
nished; all modem conveniences: references.
FURNISHED 8INGLE ROOMS. UNFURNISH
ed suite; gas range, electric light; reason
able; clean; respectable house. 235 First.
LARGE. WELL- FURNISHED. ALCOVE
room: also other pleafant rooms; In a desir
able location, at iH Alder strt-e-t.
304 TAYLOR STREET PLEASANT. COOL
rooms; bath, phone; two Mocks Portland
Hotel; reasonable; no children.
THIRD ST.. 1894 FURNISHED ROOMS,
double beds, 31 up week; furnished house
keeping suites, 30 month
435 ALDER. CORNER 12TH-FINE SUITE;
also a single room, bath, telephone; desirable
FURNISHED ROOMS, "WITH OR WITHOUT
board, use phone and bath. 13L 10th. -pear
Alder. " ' v
THE 'STEVENS. 420 ALDER-ETJRNIS'SED
rooms; all modern Improvements; no "chil
dren, i. x ,!
GILMAN HOTEL Brick bldg.r central; fur
nished rooms. 31 Week arid up. 1st and Alder.
FURNISHED ROOM, PRIVATE FAMILY;
use of bath, phone. 464 Qlay streets
TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS; NO CHIL
drcn. 223 Jefferson street;
Rooms With Board.
PORTLAND WOMEN'S UNION-. 12TH TEAR;
rooms with board; enameled bath tubs; use
ot library: Woman's Exchange; Industrial
school. Address Mrs. E. C George, superin
tendent, 610 Flanders street.
HOTEL VENDOME A QUIET. MODERN
home; delightfully situated; nicely, furnished
rooms; the table the very iHsst: rates fho
lowest; for permanent and transient guests.
Corner 13th and Alder.
THE COLONIAL. 165 10TH ST. SUITE OF
two rooms, first floor, running water, amplo
closets; also few 'other rooms, with-first-class
table and service
AN ELEGANT BUTTE OF ROOMS. AND
Other rooms, with first-class table board;
all conveniences; best location. 393 Morri
son, cor. 10th.
WOULD LIKE MAN AND WIFE OR TWO
ladles to room and board In private family;
nlco front room; reference Lock box 263,
COMPLETE HOME IN SMALL PRIVATE
family; nice yard; phone, bath; central, for
SIS. Address K 82. care Oregonlan.
ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ROOMS. WITH
or without board. 129 14th, between Alder
170 13TH, BETWEEN YAMHILL AND MOR
rlson Newly furnished rooms, with excellent
216- 12TH FURNISHED ROOMS. SINGLE
or en suite, with first-class table-board; Eng
- Hsh family. - - .
DESIRABLE ROOMS. WITH FIRST-CLASS
board. The Sterling, 535 Couch street, comer
471 ALDER FURNISHED ROOMS. WITH
board; bath, telephono Brown 501. Oregon.
FURNISHED ROOMS: GOOD BOARD,
llth. between Yamhill and Taylor.
ROOMS. WITH BOARD.
FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED SUITES
for housekeeping: also comfortably furnished
bedrooms; prices low. 330 Front. -
FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED HOUSE
keeplng rooms; modern onvsnlenccs; rent
reasonable. 313 14 th street.
WELL - FURNISHED ROOMS, LOWER
floor, email storeroom, cheap; bath and
phone .240 Park street. - v
231 Market Light, clean, airy rooms, fur
nished complete Tor housekeeping; respect
able. - Phone Wst 462.
TWO NICELY FURNISHED HOUSEKEEP
lng rooms; private family. Address O 39,
care Oregonlan. , '
NICELY FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
rooms; alo single rooms. 284 Yamhill sL,
THREE NEWLY FURNISHED JIOUSE
keeplng rooms In private family. Call 383
TWO CLEAN FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
rooms; pantry and bath; no children. 09
UNFURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS.
344 Sixth, corner Market. Price reasonable
FOR RENT FIRST-CLASS MODERN NINE
room house: larre attic and basement, por
celain bathtub, furnace and fireplace; extra
choice location. 139 East 12th street, pear Bel-m-nt;
lis per month. C H. Korell. 233
FOR RENT MODERN 10 - ROOM HOUSE;
g&s fixtures, furnace, fireplace etcj Jarg
grounds; choice location: southeast corner
22d and Hoyt streets; 335 per month. C H.
Korell. 233 Stark street.
10-ROOM HOU8E, 32i 14TH ST . NEAR MAR
ket; large basement; porcelain bath. Apply
on premises. 3 to 5 P. M., or call up tele
phone Scott 702.
6 ROOMS. NEWLY PAINTED AND PA
pered, northeast corner Sixth and Lincoln.
W. G. Beck. 821 Morrison.
SIX-ROOM COTTAGE. BATH. ATTIC:
basemont; East Ninth street. Apply GO East
Ninth, corner Davis.
7-ROOM COTTAGE. BATH. GAS. NEWLY
renovated, 749 Johnson street. Inquire 751
MODERN 8-ROOM HOUSE, IN HOLLADAY'S
addition. Inquire 180 East Seventh st. north.
38 PER MONTH; 3-ROOM FLAT; BATH
room. pantry, woodshed, free telephone free
water; nice Tlcw. 030 Seventh, near Sheri
dan. 310 PER MONTH-O-ROOM COTTAGE. ALL
nicely furnished complete for housekeeping.
103 Pennoyer St.. near Hood. ,
The Kutzschen Houso, 8eavlew, Wash., is ono
of the best family houses on -the beach;
prices reasonable; reduction made .for fam
ilies. Address Mrs. KuUscben. S-avlew.Wash.
GEARHART PARK WELL-FURNISHED
room cottage for August. Address O. Cel
lars. Gearhart Park. Or.
PRIVATE ROOMS. WITH BOARD. HACK
ney cottage. Seavlew, Wash., Long Beach.
PRIVATE BOARD AND ROOM8. MRS.
Sarah Chamberiln, Long Beach. Waah.
864 WASHINGTON ST.. NEXT TO PARK.
Inquire of Bam L. Bfarr. 327 Morrison st.
J-LLOND-S PREVENTIVE CONES. AN UN-
equaled antiseptic; no failure: per box. 31 50;
sampleV jOe Jllond Chem. Co., Portland, P.
O. box 974.
i ' '
NICE LUNCH. ELEGANT DRINKS AND
cigars, lvm. Fifth st. All free front 7 P. M.
(o 11:30 P. M. every evening. Also first-class
SOMETHING NEW IN GUM: MOTTS LACTI
Pepsin For health, beauty and pleasure.
17 women wanted suffering from Irregular,
painful periods; Ieucorrhoea (whites), and. all
complicated diseases pertaining to chances of
lire, cured by old Dr. Ksssler, cort Second
- and. Yamhill rts. B2S) wonu-n called last
month. Consultation free, and private rooms
for ladles. If can't call, 'write, inclosing 10
2c stamps. Hundreds treated At bo'rao by his
OXYGENATOR IS A TRUE "WATER OF
f Life If you are -sick-and really arit to be
wen. investigate: it will cost you douuij.
Cures are guaranteed or money refunded.
For parttcuars address Oxygenator Co., room
18 Russel building, Portland.. Or.
DR. DARRIN, 2S3 Morrison st., Portland, Or.,
specialist la all chronic and private diseases
of men and women. Ealnrul. Irregular or sup
pressed menstruation quickly relieved. Vari
cocele or stricture guaranteed cured In -one
week. No detention. Consultation free.
BLAZIER'S CONCERT HALL
BLAZISR'S CONCERT HALL
248 BURNSIDE STREET
24S BURNSIDE STREET
Solo 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; heals all diseases by the uss ot Indian
herbs; reading by letter, $1 Mrs. Professor
Wheatlv Howe. 41st and Section Line road.
Take Richmond cars, end car line.
DRESS SUITS RENTED. ALL SIZES. WE
call for. sponge, press and deliver "one Suit ot
your clothing eaJi week. ?ew on buttons, sew
up rips, for 41 per month. Dyeing, steam
cleaning and repairing. Unique Tailoring Co.,
347 Washington, both phones.
MASSAGE. BY SCIENTIFIC AND EXPERI-
enced lady operator, recently from Chicago;
is very invigorating; alcohol rubbings,
strengthening and rwttuli artljtlc manicur
ing, competent chiropodist. 20 Raleigh block.
LAXINE. LAXIND. LAXINE AS PLEAS
ant as soda water; Invaluable for stomach
and bowel trouble". Try It. For sale by R.
B. Knight, opposite Oregcnlan building, or
Model Drug Store, 05 Grand are.
LADD3S AND GENTLEMEN, YOU HAVE
eczema, ringworm or any form of itch, thero
is nothing that cures it as quickly and as
thoroughly as Cyload; 23c sold at Clemen
son's Drug Store. 227 Yamhill.
MANLY VIGOR RESTORED -BY DR. ROB
erts'" Nrve Globules. One month's treatment
32; 3 months. 5. Sent securely sealed by
mall. Agents, Woodard & Clarke, Portland,
UNION PRINTERS GOOD LINOTYPE Op
erators, receive $5 per day. Advertiser can
teach several educated men. Terms, $160.
Address Expert, caro Oregonlani '
YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS ARE MORE Ac
curately and reasonably filled at E well's
Pharmacy, 227 Moniron St.. bet. 1st and 2d.
WE PRINT 30 FINE VTSITINO CARDS. 25c
,60, 35c; 260 business cards, 31; 500. 31.30.
Brown" A Scbmale. 221 First ot.. Pcrtland.
FRITZ CONCERT HALL: largest cafe on Pa
cific Coast; 240 o 240 Buraslde. Welnhard's
be-r on draught. Clubrcoms upstairs.
BILLY LEA'S BICYCLE HOSPITAL. 105 4TH.
Phone Clay 041. Wheels called for. delivered.
LADIES' PERSONALS INSERTED FREE IN
Helping Hand. Lock-box GOO, Portland, Or.
Ladles Free, harmless monthly regulator, can
not fall. Mrs. B. Rowan, R. 175. Milwaukee.
FLUTING OF ALL KINDS: SILK UNDER
sklrt work a specialty. 323 Socond street.
CLOTHES .MENDED FOR LADIES AND
gentlemon. Apply at room 45 Labbe bldg.
WOULD YOU MARRY IF SUITED?
tnmp to lock-box COO. Portland. Or.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS BIDS WILL
be' received by the undersigned until C P.
M., August 6, and then opened, for the con
struction of a wharf and warehouse covering
about 100,000 square feet and about 800 feet
of trestle approach near the mouth of the
Columbia Rlvqr, Clatsop County, Oregon.
Plans -and specifications can be seen and
blank forma ot proposal secured at the of
fice of the Astoria & Columbia River Rail
road, In the Flavel building. Astoria. Or A
satisfactory b6nd will be required of tha suc
cessful bidder. The undorslmed reserves tho
right to reject any or all bids In whole or In
part, as per forms of proposal and specifica
tions. Northwest Construction: Company.
NOTICE .TO CONTRACTORS-SEALED PRO
posals. addressed to C C. Huntley, Oreg-n
City. Or., 'for f uratshlmr material and -building
sewers In Oregon City will be received
by the committee on. streets and jublle
'property until Z o'clock P. M"., on the 2??h
day ot August. 1900. Plans and specifications
can be examined at City Recorder's office,
at Oregon City. The commltti-o on streets
and public property reserves the right to
reject any or all bids.
C. G. HUNTLEY,
"" E. F. 'STORY..
C. W. FRBDRICIL.
Oregon City. July 21. 1300.
OFFICE OF C Q. M.. VANCOUVER BAR
racks. Wash., July 2. 1900. Sealed proposals.
In triplicate, will bo received .here until 11
o'clock A. M.. August 2. 1900, and th-n
opened, for furnishing forago and bedding at
the several military posts In this department
and camp at Skagway, Alaska, and Port
Valdex. Alaska, for fiscal year ending June
30. 1901. Information furnished here or by
Quartermasters at posts. U. S. reserves right
to reject or accept any or all propoils or any
part thereof. Envelopes containing proposals
should, be marked -"Proposals for forage and
bedding at ." and addrcssM to under
signed. J. W. JACOBS. C. Q. M.
NOTICE TO WOOD DEALERS WOOD
dealers- are hereby invited to submit tenders
to tha Board ,ot County r Commissioners of
Multnomah County, Oregon, for 400 cords of
slab wood, more or less, tho same to be well
seasoned and of good quality. 4-foot length!,
delivered .at.,-County Courthouse, at such
times as may be directed. Bids to be opened
August I. 2 P. M. The right to reject any
or all bids is hereby reserved.
WM. B.. STEELE,
J., a. MACK.
Board of County Commissioners.
OFFICE- OF THE C Q. M-. VANCOUVER
Barracks. Wash.. July 23, 1900. Sealed pro
posals will bo received at the office of the
Depot Quartermaster, Portland. Or . till 11
o'clock A. M. August 11. 1900, for furnishing
8000 tons best quality oats, and 2000 tons
good merchantable hay. Full particulars
can be obtained on application to DeDot
.Quartermaster, Portland, Or. J.-W. Jacobs,
C. Q. M.
PROPOSALS FOR FORAOE QUARTERMAS
ters Office. Seattle. Wash., July 27, 1900.
Sealed proposals In duplicate will be received
at this office until 11 A. M., August 10, 1000.
for furnishing 5000 tons each of hay and
oats; hay to b- double compressed for export.
Specifications and condltlois furnished on ap
pllcatlbn at this office (Slgn-d) W. W. Rob-
- inson. Jr.. Capt and A Q. 31., U. S. Army.
U. S. ENGINEER OFFICE. PORTLAND.
Or.. July 27. 1900. Sealed proposals for re
moval of 12,500 cubic yards, more or less,
rock; dredging 829.500 cubic yards.- more or
lees, material from the Columbia River, in
the vicinity of Astoria. Or., will bf nvelved
here until 12 M., August 27,- 1900. and then
publicly opened. Information furnished on
application. W. C LANGFITT, Capt. Engrs.
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING
The annual meeting of the stockholders of
the Coeur d'Aleno Development Company,
for the election of a Board of Directors for
the ensuing year, and for tho transaction ot
such, other business as may regularly come
before them will be held at tno office of the
company, rooms 601 to 604 Chamber of Com
merce building. Portland. Oregon, on. August
0, 1900. at 10 o'clock A M.
GEORGE F HOLMAN.
Secretary Coeur d'Aleno Development Com
pany. Portland. Or. July 13. 1900
AN8 on chattels, salaries, etc, low rates;
gee us first. Mann & go.. 004 Pekum, meg.
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS FROM S3 TO
$600. on all classes of security. R. I Ecker
son & Co., room 5 Washington building.'
MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL KINDS Or SE
curltj. Wm. Holl. room 0. Washington bids.
MONET TO LOAN. 0 por cent, farm or city
property. O. M. Smith. S14 Ch. of Commerce
LOANS WITHOUT PUBLICITY ON FURNI
ture; pianos, salaries, etc. Can be paid in
lnstallrn'snts. reducing interest. Kates lower
than the lowest, T7 W. Graves. Mgr., 124
Cth. near Wash, (ground floor). Tel. Oak 1331.
MONEY LOANED ON BICYCLES. PIANOS,
furniture and other securities. W. A. Hath
away, room 10 Wash. bldg. Phone South 781.
State funds loaned- C per cent W.-E. Thbmas,
state agt. for Mult Ce, 400 Cham, of Com.
LOANS WITHOUT PUBLICITY ON REAL
. or chattel mortgages, personal or salary so
curlty. at low rates. C W. Pallet. 213 Com
mercial block. Tel. Grant 850.
3200.000 TO LOAN AT 6H. " PER CENT.
City and suburban property for salo and rent.
Agent for Westchester Fire" Insurance Co.
Wm. G Beck. .121 Morrison st.
LOANS ON FURNITURE. PIANOS AND
other securities; lowest rate; private & W.
King, room 45 Washington building.
LOANS ON FURNITURE AND SnCURITinS.
- Thompson's cut-rate Uck-t office, 12$ ThiaL
Assurers and Analyst.
J. H- FI3K. MINERAL A3SATER ANDJ
chemist, gold dust bougnt. 204H Washington.
PAUL BAUMKL. ASSAYER AND ANALYIST;
gold dust bought. 223, Stark st ,.
EDWARD T. TAGGART. ATTORNEl-AT-law,
general practice. 6lJ Chamber o com
merce. j. w. ransom, attorney-at-law and
counselor. Bates nanK bltlg.. Portland. Or.
Asrlcnltnral Implement. 3Iaenlnery
EDWARD HUGHES: WAGONS. CARRIAGES
and farm machinery ot all kinds. 160 Prone
JOHN POOLE; Newton wagons, buggleJ. wlnd
mlllrf. pumps, machinery. Foot Morrison t-
TURKISH BATHS; also massage; lady attend
ant. Iu7 4th st., bet. Washington and Stark.
J. K. GILL & CO.. WHOLESALE AND RE
ttll booksellers and :atloners. 133-43 Si U
Carpenters an& Baildera.
RHODES & BUCKNER. CARPENTERS. OF
flcc titters and Jobbers; satisfaction guaran
teed. Phone Black 314. 3X0 Stark.
J.OHN A. MELTON, carpenter, builder; ocllce
and -store nxtures. Ore. tel. 747. 303 Stark.
Miss Dart, chiropody, manicuring, -60 Union bk,
Ist-stark. A. M. to 5 P. M. lei. Front 544.
ARRIVED MADAM NESS - HALL,
world's famous occult scientist and clulcvoy
anu Know jour destiny Nees-Hall can and
will tell you your name, past, present and fu
ture In eery detail, favorable and unfavor
able periods In your life, describe your Irlnds
or enemies; In fact, tell you all jou should
know. Don't mUs this rare opportunity No
fraud, no deception; come ana be convinced.
Consultations private. Tho Spalding, o3i
Alder St., suite 19.
Mrne. Dr. Herzog. from Berlin, scientific rc
vealer; tells entire life, past, present and fu
ture, consultation on all aflalrs; nothing ex
cepted; names given, good advice, sure.hclpi
mistake Impossible; Imports genuine gpay
lovo power. Feo. $1; letter. S2i -347 Talor.
VULCAN COAL CO.. DEALERS IN HOUSE,
steam and blacksmith coat-. AUo foundry
pokn. Front st., near GUsan.
METAL SKYLIGHTS. GALVANIZED IRON
cornices. J. C. Bajer. 2C5 2d st.
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 corslgnments.
TAYLOR. YOUNG & CO.. SH1E BROKER3
and commission merchant. Sherlock bldg;.
ALLEN & LEWIS. COMMISSION AND FRO
duce merchants. Front & D sts.. Portland. Or.
EVERDING k FARRELL. commission, butter
errs, chlclfens and farm produce. Portland.
DR. C. B. BROWN." ,Tel. Ore. Red 2340; real
dence. White '034. r6M-15-10 D-kum hldg.
Dyetnc and Cleaning;.
H. W. TURNER. PROFESSIONAL DYER
and cleaner. 301 17th. Tel. Red. 13L
AKRON DYNAMOS. MOTORS. METERS.,
etc Tatum & Bowen.,23 to 33 First street.
Fence and "Wire Works.
OLD EAST PORTLAND FENCE AND WIRE
Works. A. Carlson. 2S0 E. Morrison st.
Iron Founders, Mnch'sts, Ship B'ld'rti.
Wolff & Zwlcker Iron Works; designers and
mfrs. of ships, steamboats, marine, mining
and milling machinery; riveted steel pipe.
Harness .and Saddles.
THE BREYMAN 'LEATHER CO.. HARNEa-5
and sole leather, saddlery, hardware, findings
and shoe-store supplies. 73 Front st.
THE GEdRGE LAWRENCE CC WHOLE
sale saddlers and harness manufacturers.
leather and saddlery hardware. 72 Front it.
Ice- Cream Dealers.
Special attention glvru families and boarding
houses. Labbe & Rebe, 310 Washington st.
HAMBURG-BREMEN FIRE INS. CO..
1st st. Boyd & Arnold, general agents.
Iron Foundries and Mnchlni-it-i.
Smith & Watson Iron Works; engines and boil
ers: logging engines a specialty; quartz and
saw mills; misc. machinery. Front and Hall.
DEALERS IN BAMBOO FURNITURE AND
Japarese goodi. 311 Morrison, opp Psatoffice.
'Marble and Granite "Works.
LARGEST. BEST STOCK OF MONUMENTS
In city, at cost, to reduce stock before mov
ing down town. Weeks. 720 Tront st.
131-4 FOURTH ST., NEAR ALDER TUB
and vapor baths, massage electricity, scalp
treatments and shampooing. Telephone Red
SELECT-MASSAGE AND MAGNETIC LADY
from San Francisco. Parlor 2G. 208i-i Stark.
Ma-rnetlc and Mental llenllnjr.
MRS. C. J. MAPLE. MAOENTIC HEA.LER
(Weltmer method), personl and home treat
ment taught 2im 2d. near Salmon. Portland.
MRS. J. MAY YOUNG, mental science healer,
personal and absent treatments. 354 Harrl-on.
Wllflej concentrator. Drake amnl.. Ideal stamp
mill, mining cars. Tatum & Bowen. 29-t6 1st.
Oregon Vla-ri Company,
Leu Is bldg.. Park and Morrison. Freo Health
lectures to women Thursday, at 2:30 P. M.
PAUL CROMWELL, THE COLORED SPE
dallst. ha-), opened up his offlce at 233 Hall
st., cor. Second, and will soil his medicine
as usual. Medicines for all kinds of chronic
Rheumatism cure, for any kind of rheumatism
or gout, lame legs, kidney disease. Full ln
forrriatlon free. Call or address L. T Lewis,
S51 Yamhill St.. bet. 7th and Park, Portland.
T, J. OEISLER. C10-C11 CHAMBER OF COM.
Registered attorney U. S. Patent Office
SUMPTER "GOLD FIELDS; MINES AND
mining stock bought and sold. E. A Clem A
-Ce. 14(T Third st,. Portland. Or.
RICHARDSON GOLD MINING CO. OFFERS
shares at 12c share. W. H Sherrod & Co.
HELENA MINING CO. 1LVS OPENED OF
flces rooms 112-113 Sherlock building.
Dre Northrup & Alklrc. Osteopaths, sulto 410
Dekum bldg Investigation respectfully so
licited; examination fre. Phone Main 349.
Dr. W. A. Rogers & Dr. Rhoda C. Hicks. 333
Marquam; dl-eases land deformities women
and children a specialty. Consultation free
DR. L. B. SMITH. PIONEER OSTEOPATH,
suite 400 Oregonlan building. Phone Oak 421.
LESSONS ON VIOLIN. VIOLA CORNET;
Emll Thinlhorn. 2G9. Jefferson TcLWrst. 100".
Real Kstnte Loans and Rentals.
ATKINSON. WAKEFIELD & CO.; ESTAB
lished 1800. 227 Stark street.
Physicians and Snrgcon-.
Dr. Flora A. Brown: diseases ot women and
children a specialty. Consultation and dlng
nosls free. 517-618 Tki Dekum. Portland. Or.
DR. JAMES DICKSON. SPECIALIST IN KID
r.ey and skin diseases. Odd Fellows' Temple.
MRS. L. BURHANS. -clentlflc palmist. 914
Grand ave. room '50. Readings. 50c and SI.
THE FINEST 10c HOUSE ON THE COAST
ilontana Restaurant, 245 First zt.
OVERLAND STORAGE WABEHOUSE-v,
Tourth and Davlv Merchandise a specialty.
Insurance Tatea low; torare latea reasonable.
Careful attention given to country consign-
jinprts. Tei. Oy MqbyT7fa ctgyftda?' ya
SAFES. PIANOS. FURNITURE MOVED AND
packed for shipping. C M. Olsen, 12b First.
Tel, ortlco Main 1037; Black SOI.
SAFES. SAFES, BANK WORK LQTJC DEPT.
opening lockouts, repairs -5 K. UavK V, M.
Satv 3HU ftlnoHlnery.
"Chrtstenson-McMastor Machlncrr Co.V newaad
2d-hand machlnry. E. Water n.nd"E. Yayler.
OLD RELIABLH STIMTSON COMPUTINO
scalo: olllce and warero-ams No 50 Third st.
between Pine and Ash. R- E. Th!lJps. gen
eral agent for Oregon and Warhtnston.,
Showcases and Store I-'Ixtnres.
DIXON. BORQESON & CO. FRONT AirD
Washington streats -
IF YOU ARE IX TROUnLE AND WA5?T
Bilvloe, call on Mrs. pr Mcrchft. SOS ?(fr njL.
. . i. '
Dr. Collins., trance medium;, consult him; read
' lngs dally; circle tonight. 3.V)Vj NVashlngton.
MRS. STEVENS; advice on a.l affairs af life;
sittings dally. 221 Morrison St.. room 22.
MRS C. CORNELIUS. MEL-UM, ALISKY
buildlrg. Tlilrd and Morrison, sts,
MRS J. A SMITH, flrttam and magneVla
healer, room 2. -234 Morrison.
Stornse and Transfer.
STO' rE T LOW RATES CAN BE HAD
at Fred Blckel's storehouse. 31 North Front.
Stoves, Rungrex. Household IPdvraro
Hardware; tolo agt. Universal stoves A ranges;
houiefurnlshlnggood. J. J. Kadderly. 141 1st.
1 X "
WE- MANTTFACTTRr OUR TRUNKS AND
scU. direct to th retail public: trunks re
paired: trunks and telecoiK,,i made to order.
SO Third street, between Pine and Asn.
ALLEN ir LEWIS. WHOLESALE GROCERS.
-or N Front nrsd T5nvl- -it . Portland. Or
FOR SALE OUR STORE BUILDING AND
warfhou-e, with a complete line ot general
merchandise, situated on best business cor
ner In town: business well advertised: lo
cated on railroad. Umpqua Valley, wit,
Its great production- of prunes, wheat, wool.
hops, etc., with nickel mines near by, with
fair prosp'-cts of soon to be operated: any
ono- wlhlnc: to go Into business can do no
better. For Information call or address John
M. Jackson. Riddle, Or.
ROOMING-HOUSES. 7 TO GO rooms, all bar
gain' and good location".
RESTAURANTS. GROCERY store-. CIGAR.
candv and fruit stores, SALOONS, creamery
and bakery: country merchandise stock", any
kind of business you wnnt. MONEY to loan
In sums to suit, low Interest, chattel or real
JENNINGS &. CO 309''. MORRISON ST.
FOR SALE-rURNITintB AND BUSINES3
"of 60-room hotel in Marshfleld, Or.; only cna
other hotel in the city. I enjoy targe tran
sient patronage. After conducting tho busi
ness succe-jfully for 2d years. I want to re
tire; reason. Ill health. Address J. . Ferry,
prop.. Marshfleld. Or.
A BARGAIN A GOOD - PAYING SALOON
for sale in Portland' business center, on ac
count party leaving city. For information
call at 210U Yamhill st
DIVIDEND-PAYING OIL STOCK FOR SALE:
guarantee satisfaction, also California real
estate for En-tern. Ralph Muncy. 300 West
First. Los Angeles, Cal
FOR SALE feTOCK STOVES AND TIN
ware and plumblner goods, tinner's and
plumbing tools. Address D 5. care Ore
gonlan CONFECTIONERY FOR SALE CHEAP;
good location; chean rent, large living rooms
In connection D 74. cro Oregonlan.
PARTNER WANTED. ?100 TO ?150 CASH;
good chance for right man; legitimate busi
ness. L 87, Oregonlan.
A GOOD WELL-LOCATED GIOCERY Busi
ness for sale. Ames Mercantile Agency, 202-3-5
Ablngton building. ,
FIRST-CLASS TAILORING BrSTNESStVTTH
stock, for sale at once, very cheap. Cor.
Madison and Third.
LOST AND FOUND.
FOUND PENSION CERTIFICATE OF WM.
A. Dunn: private Third Illinois Cavalry. Ap
ply 70S MlsBlbslppl avenue, city.
LOST JULY 25, SMALL BLACK BITCH
cocker spaniel P!ase notify M. Jncobson.
700 East 20th at.
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY
109 THIRD STREET
Money to loan on mortgage. .
A general trust and agency business transacted.
BENJ. I. COHEN President
IL L. PITTOCK. A. S. NICHOLS.,. .Vlce-Pres.
E. J. ALTSTOCK. J. O. GOLTRA... Secretaries
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Or PORTLAND. OR.
Designated Depositary and Financial Agent ot
the United States.
President H. VT CORBETT
Vlce-Prosldent A. u. MILLS
Cashier C. E. WITHINOTON
Assistant Cashier J. W. NEWKIR1C
Second Assistant Cahlr .,W. C ALVORD
Letters of credit lesued, available In Europe
and the Eastern states.
Si'-ht exchange and telegraphic transfers sold
on New York, Boston. Chicago, St.. Louis, St.
Paul Omaha. San Francisco and the principal
polnt'o in tnc Northwest.
Sight and time bills drawn In rums to suit on
London Paris. E-rlln. Frankfort-on-the-Maln.
Hone Kong. Yokohama. Copenhagen. Christl
anla. Stockholm. St. Petersburg. Moscow, Zu
Collections made on favorable terras.
LADD & TILTON. BANKERS
uauu o EBTABUSHED IN 1839.
Transact a General Bahklpg Business.
Interest alfo-ved on time d-poalts.
Collections made at all points on favorable,
term. Letters of credit Issued avallablo In Eu
rope and the Eastern states. .
Sight Exchange and Telegraphic Transfers
oolrt on New-York. Washington. Chicago, St.
Louis Denver. Omaha, San Francisco and vari
ous points in Oregon. Washington. Ioaho. Mon
tana and British Columbia.
Exchange sold on London, Paris. Berlin.
Frankfort and Hong Kong.
WELLS. FARGO iCO. BANK
CA.SH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 30.250.000
JOHN J. VALENTINE PRESIDENT
HOMER S. KING MANAGER
R M.DOOLY CASHIER
JOHN E. MILES ASSISTANT CASHU1R
General Banking Business transacted. Ex
chsnga sold, and Lstters of Credit issued, avail
able In all parts cf the world.
MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANS
J.FRANK WATSON President
ILL. DURHAM Vice-President
R. W. HOYT Cashier
GEO. W. HOYT Asilstant Cashier
TRANSACTS A UKtittAU B..awu
Intereot paid on time dposlts.
Drafts and letters of credit Issued, available
In ell parts of the world.
Collections a specialty. Gold dust bought.
LONDON AND SAN FRANCISCO B NK
CAPITAL PAID UP ., 52 450.000
Head Offlce. 71 Lombard street. I.ondon
Thls bank transacts a general banking and
e-icharge business; makes loana. db-eotmts hlPs
and Issues ccmmrclal and travelers" credits,
available In any -lty In the wcrld
Chamber of Commerce building. Third and
Stark streets. W. A. MACRAE. Manager,
AIN5WORTH NATIONAL BANK
OF PORTLAND, cor. Third and Oak .
J. C. AINSWORTH. Pres.; V. W. PHILLIPS.
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Exchange bopght and sold on all th principal
cities In Europe Also facilities for telrgfapUIo
tran"fer. Collections made on favorable terms
on all acewwlble points.
SAFE DEFOSIT DEPARTMENT
Connected with the bank. Safoa rented- on easy
THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Drafts Issued available in all cities of the
United States and Europe.
I President TYLER WOODWARD
J -rri- r l-.M TAfftn T.w-l
VlCsT-icsiueiifc . sa-,s-x n.iwui
Cashier .. F. C MILLKK
BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA-PAID-UP
CAPITAL L...S3.or 0,000
RESERVE .v 500.000
H"ad Office. 60 Lombard street. London.
Com'i block. 244 Washington st.. Portlan.
B. LEA BARNE3. Manag-