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THE 5BXRX1N& 0,KEGOX5A3S. FRIDAY, ACG0ST 3, .1900.
WORMS QUIT THEIR WORK
SEASON FOR THE PJEST IS -DRAW
ING TO A CLOSE.
ffop Not Injured by the Aphis Ore-
sron Prune and "Its Relation
to California Product.
SALEM; Axis. 2. Reports of damage by
tfce army worm are becoming; less fro--.irnt,
and It appear that the pest Is
easing Its -rrork. of devastation. "Hop
lice have fo far don jjo damage, and
ft is thought the crop irtll suffer po -injury
from this cause unless a lone spell
of damp weather should set in. Farcnera
who have begwi threshing: wheat report
not only .a email yield, but also a poor
Charles Long, director for Marlon Coun
ty of the Cured Fruit Association of the
Pacific Northwest, says that the prune
rrep Is making very satisfactory progress
toward maturity, and that from present
Indications drying will begin soon after
September L It was expected that, on
account of the short crop of Fellenberg
prunes, that fruit would not drop from
Jib trees as much this year as usual,
but ilr. Long says that so far as he can
observe there is no material difference
Jn this resneet. Tha rmrtiitv .
fruit promises to be good and the price
Nearly all the growers of this vicin
ity, Mr. Long .among them, arc very
much interested in the visit made to
thiB section recently by an agent of a
prominent California firm of buyers. Mr.
Long is .convinced that the agent's offer
of from c to c above the market
pnee or irtut means something more
than that the Arm wanted to buy fruit,
but he Is unable to figure out the mean
ing of the -move. He says he hears many
opinions expressed, one of the most com
mon being that this was simply an at
tempt at Californlans to get the Oregon
growers to hold their fruit until the
ralifornla orop has been marketed. It- is
well known that prunes can be produced
tn Oregon cheaper than In California,
and that when the Oregon crop goes
on the market with a close margin of
profit, the California growers must stop
ceiling until the Oregon growers have
snld out. The California growers have
a rrop this year that will be unusually
bird to dispose of. on account of the
poor quality. They are therefore anx
ious that the Oregon growers shall hold
up on prices that wljl be satisfactory to
them. By sendipg a buyer up here to
offer a high price they hope to give the
Oregon growers unwarranted hopes and
thus make them 5iold their fruit in
expectation of prices still higher than
thos-e offered. This explanation finds zome
support In the fact that the buyer In
question did not make contracts for very
much fruit. The prevailing opinion, how
ever, Is that advanced by Mr. Shepard,
that the California buyers are anxious to
get our large sizes of fruit, and were
trying to scare the growers into selling
Honiltig Wheat Crop Rapidly.
PENDLETON. On. Aug. i Although
an extremely hot spell of weather in
terfered somewhat with harvest (vnora.
tions, causing sickness among the men
and a number of horses to die from the
heat and lack of water, the threshing
machines Of this county are turning out
the wheat Juet as rapidly as they can.
The temporary shortage of men has
been remedied by the Incoming of enough
to man all the crews, and at this time
the 1900 crop is being warehoused more
rapidly than ever before in the history of
Thresher Quit Work.
AMITY, Or., Aug. i. Grain threshed
so far has becji poor, the yield being D
to 16 bushels per acre. Oats Is better,
some fields reaching 50 bushels per acre.
Machine men are losing money and a
number have quit threshing, refusing
to continues unless paid C and 1 cents per
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, Aug. 2.-8 P. M.-Maxlmum
temperature. 72; minimum temperature, 51;
river reading at 11 A. M., ".2 feet; change in
the last 24 hours. 0.0; total preolpltatlon, 6 P.
M. to 6 P. M., 0.00; total precipitation since
Sept. 1, 1809. 3S.C8 inohes; normal precipita
tion since Sept. L 1838, 4G.30 lnchre; defi
ciency, 7 G2 inches; total sunshine Aug. 1, 1;24;
possible sunshine Aug. 1. 14:48.
A high-pressure area of considerable In
tensity overlies the North Pacific States. Tht
barometer Is lowest over Southeast Idaho. No
rain has fallen In the Rooky Mountain and
Pa-lflc. Coast States during the last 21 hours.
The temperature continues to fail east of the
mountains, and now It is unseasonably cool in
that district The Indications are for contin
ued fair weather, with rising temperature, in
Oregon and Washington, and continued cool'
weather in Idaho.
Forecasts made at Portland for the 2S hours
ending at midnight Friday, Aug. 3:
Oregon, Washington and Northern Idaho
Fair and warmer, except near coast; westerly
Southern Idaho Fair; cool-r in east portion:
Portland and vicinity Fair and warmer;
EDWARD A BnALS. Forecast Omclab
Pacific Coast Weather.
Bo'vs , ....
llikna .. ......
Kamloops, B. C.
Ncah Bay .......
San Francisco ...
We hav numerous appHcants for desirable
bouses ATKINSON, WAKEFIELD & CO..
227 Stark streat.
That very desirable property on
oath side of Market street, between
Thirteenth and Fourteenth streets,
and fronting 120 feet on Thirteenth
street, 2O0 reet on market street, and
lli feet on Fourteenth street.
Atkinson, Wakefield & Co.
227 Stark Street
u c yeilew-legged ohlokens
1 -t creajnerj butter
, i . rraraery buttar .........
t dmn, buttw
' i butter
v .. u.ed Raws ............
.45c and 50c
. ...35c 40c
.. 30c 353
252 30c f
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toods retailed at wholesale prices. I
LA GRANDE CREAMBRT CO..
254 TttmhlU tU
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... 70(6.00112 W Clear
... OSteOO! 0 ,E pt. cloudy
... frijfl.OO ta ,W Pt. cloudy
...I SOJOOOHi W Clear
... 72W00J1C 'nw aear
... 100W.W X Clear
... 7to.00 2olN Clear
... lu2J6.no S ,SW Clear
.... Oito.oo c INW Pt cloudy
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CLASSIFIED AD. RATES
Roam." "Rows and Beard." "Hossekeep
teg Socsu." 8uuaUons Wanted." 13 words at
lea, 15 cents; 16 to 20 words, 20 cents: 21 to 23
words, 25 cents, etc. No fllsceent for sd ticoaal
UNDER ALL OTHER HEADS except "New
Today," 30 cents for 15 worts or less; 16 to 20
words, 40 cent: 21 to 23 words, 50 cent, etc
first Insertion. Each -additional insertion, oae
naf ; so further discount under one month.
"NEW TODAY" (gauge measure a-rite). 13
cents per line, first insertion; JO ce ttn
tor each additional Insertion.
ANSWERS TO ADVERTISE!! i-
dressed cars TT Oregonian and lef- f-
fice, should always be inclosed In
opes. No statue 1 required on such
The OregonJaa will sot be.responv
rors In advertieenents taken throng.'
AUSKTS WINTER GARDEN,
ALISKT'S WINTER GARDEN.
ALISKY'S WINTER HARDEN.
THIRD AND MORRISON BTS.
THIRD AND MORRISON STS.
THIRD AND MORRISON STS.
VENETIAN LADY TROUBADOURS.
VENETIAN LADY TROUBADOURS.
VENETIAN LADY TROUBADOURS. .
EVERY EVENING AND WEDNESDAY
AND SATURDAY" MATINEES.
DINNER FROM 5 TO 8 P. it.. 50 CENTS.
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
At salesroom. 182 First st. atlOA.lt J. T.
,H.f.11 Washington st., at 10 A JL, by S. L.
N. Glbnoa, auctioneer.
ORR Aug. 1, 1000, James 'h. Orr, aged 10
. years and 11 .months; son of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank M. Orr. Funeral today from residence,
210 Monroe St., at 1 o'clock.
HENKES-The funeral services of Karl Henkes
will be held Sunday, Aug. 3. at FWley, Kim
ball & Co.'s chapel, cpr. Third and Jefferson
sts., at 2 P. M. The Sons of Hermann will
conduct the services. All members artd friends
Invited. By order of A J. Sklbbe, Financial
EDWARD HOLMAN. Undertakcr.-Uh
nnd YnjnUIIl at. Rcna Sflnson. lady
assistant. Both phones' No. U07.
FInley, ICiruuall fc Co., Undertaker.
Lady assistant. 275 Third st. Tel. O.
Great Lace Curtain Sale
Just received a beautiful line of curtains. In
point de Calais. Dresden, Clunle. and all the
latest Eastern novelties; things of beauty; 3"4
yards long-. 54 inches wide; regular $8 curtains,
today only $2.75.
The Homefurnlsher. 173-173 First St., N. W.
Seml-porcclaln dinner sets. Imported via Cape
Horn, i-ry special for threa day., $5.50 set of
First and Washington sts.
SPECIALS FOR TODAY
Oregon peaches, 60c box; nice, large mel
ons, 20c un; 18 lbs. best sugar, $1 (with
orders; 10 bars soap, 25c; 5 loaves frprJi
bread. 10c: C lbs. rice. 25c; best Valley Hour,
70c and 75c -sack; strictly fresh eggs. 10c
dozen; 3 cans best corn, 25c; soda ci acker?.
In small boxes. Be pound: best Mosha and
Java coffee, 23c We guarantee It to suit
you. TVe still pell best Eastern hams &.
124c: bacon, 12c; picnic hams, 10c Satur
day we give with all general orders of $2
and up larze Spring chicken free. Prompt
delivery to all parts of the -lty. Portland
Market Co., 170 Third st. Oregon phone
12 CANS DEVILED EA.M, 45c; 7 LBS. AHM
and Hammer soda, 23c; Schillings' baking
JXJwder. 1-lta. can. :i5cr-44-lb. can, 20c; 12-lb.
bos soda crackrs, 55c; 0 bar3 Babbitt's i'est
Eoap..23cu. IcKInnon Grocery Co.. 173 Third
BUT TOUR PLUMS NOW WHILE THET
are in season. For a few days, lfcc pound.
Both stores. 232 North 14th St., 412 Wash
ington. FOR RENT ELEGANT RESIDENCE, 701
East Burnside; $30. Parrish & Watkins.
Trunk and Bag Sale
J For 30 days. Harris Trunk Co., 231 Morrison.
Knight's Drug Store
Opposite Oregonlan building. 120 Sixth. Drugs
and medicines. Prescriptions a specialty.
On Improved city and tarsi property, at lowej
current rates. Building; loans. Xnsullmea:
loans. XacnutJter & Flrrell. 211 Worcester b'.k.
Telephone or call on na for first
Portland Lnmbcringr & 3Innf. Co..
Tel. Main S40. Foot Lincoln St.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE AT TIOGA LONG BEACH.
Wash.; fine 9-room cottase and good barn:
one acre of ground; also team of horses and
-wagon. Inquire at City Treasurer's Office.
Portland, or Frank Hi.chency. Long Beach.
FOR SALE. BY OWNER A MODERN SlX
room cottage and corner lot In Sunnyslde:
weil located and in good repair; price, J15D0,
part cash, balance monthly payments. Ad
dress "R. X. Y.." caro Oregonlan-
CHEAP. TWKNTV-FOCRTH ST. FOR SALE
Corner lot. facing oast and north, excellent
location. F. Y. Andrews Jc Co.. Hamilton
TIMBER LANDS FOR SALE.
AVE HAVE FOR SALE A 10.00C-ACRE TRACT
of spruco and fir on the Umpcua River. We
buy and sell timber lands an commission.
Hartrnan, Thompson & Powers, 3 Chamber
Oreson and Wash, timber lands; school lands,
locstng chances, claims, scrip, mill sites, etc.
J. L. Martin & Co., Benson block, Portland.
FOR SALE CHEAP; HALF SECTION TIM
ber land on Coal Creek. Cowlitz County,
Washington. J. E. Michael. Montavllla. Or.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
LODGING-HOUSE. 36 ROOMS: BEST Ap
pointed, best location; steam heat; pairing
well; will sell all or part of furniture; rent
reasonable; no acents. Address II 5, care
FOR FIVE DATS- I WILL SELL PHONO
graphs. Edison records, at cut prices: finest
selections. Call or address Rheinphalz Ho
TWO CARLOADS RIGS. PART RUBBER
tire; old ones In exchange; 500 set harness,
75 second-hand rigs. S. Tomllnson. 211 Wash.
Typewriters, all makes, rented and sold; expert
repairing, ofllce supplies and desks. Coast
Agency Co., 2064 Stark 6t- Both phones.
NEW AND SECOND-HAND NICKEL-IN-slet
inaehlnefi; all styles: lowest prices.
Transcontinental Machine Co., 310 Oak.
FOR SALE-CHEAP; GOOD HORSE, HAR
ness and spring wagon; good buggy horse. In
quire Hotel Rheinphalz.
HORSES: DRIVING AND WORK HORSES
cheap for cash. Stable corner Seventh and
Stark. Tel. Red 911.
FOR SALE-1000 ACRES OF OAK TIMBER:
has been sealed at 4,000,000 feet. Address
M SL care Oregcalan.
FOR BEST FIR. OAR. AND ASH WOOD GO
to Pioneer Wool Tard. foot oi Morrison st.
?10 FOR A NEW GAS COOKER: $2 CASH,
balance ?2 per swath. Gas Co.. 174 Fifth st.
Magic lanterns, new second-hano, moving pic
ture. Bullard & Breck. 131 Post. San Fran.
BEST DRT FIR WOQI. HOOVER. 313
Water. Phones Ore. South G51. Columbia S3.
Good pasture for horses or cattlo at 1004 Mll
waukle st-. or Inquire at 12S Third street.
SOLID GOLD RINGS,
ONLY : GUARAN-
teed. V nclo Myers. 14S Third, near Alder.
FOR SALS 1000 NO. 1 OIL BARRELS,
dress Oobn & Conn. Seattle. Wash.
NATIONAL CASH REGISTER FOR SALE
cheap. Graves & Co.. 124 Blxth.
,KOR SALE FARMS.
52 ACRES IMPROVED LAND. WITH BtnLD
Ings, etc, 7 mlla frcm Portland. $4500.
140 acres partly Improved land, with bottle,
etc, 9 miles from Portland, $4500.
235 acrea. A miles from Forest Grove. 23
miles from Portland; SO acres improve'd,
1C9V& acres, 2 miles from Hinsboro. 14 mile
from Portland: well-Improved farm: 55500.
CO acres, 2 miles from Newberg. 25 rallei
from Portland. $1600.
160 acres, 2 miles from North Yamhill; a
good farm; 54500.
231 acres, S miles from North YamhllL in
Moore's Valley. 80 acres cultivated. $3300.
SO0 acres. 8 miles from Dallas. 4 miles from
railroad; an excelltnt farm, about one-halt
In cultivation; 55000.
Good stock ranches In Douglas County.
miles from Oakland, from 500 to 2440 seres,
at tram 53 to $12 per acre.
For further particulars apply to
tACMASTER & BIRRELL.
811 Worcester block. Portland. Or.
THE CELEBRATED "HENRY ' LONG"
Farm," at Chehalls. considered by many to
be the best money-making farm la the state;'
will be sold by the administrator Sept. 1,
'either In parcels or as a whole, to the high
est bidder. Full Information by addressing
W. B. Allen, box 317, Chehalls, Wash.
IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE IN ALL
parts of Oregon and TVashingtoni payments
made to suit purchasers. For full particulars
as to various properties, apply to Macmaster
& Birrell. 311 Worcester Block.
S2.ACRE FARM; LAND 18 MILES SOUTH
west Portland; 33 .acres under cultivation,
balance slashed; easy terms: Spring branch
running through. Inquire J. E. Michael,
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
WANTED BUY OR LEASE COTTAGE. 5 OR
C -rooms, bath, one or two lots, within city
limits; clve location, price, cash and Install
ment. C 87. Oregonlan.
BELGIAN HARES FOR SALE"
Los Angeles Rabbltry, 604 Oregon st.r Port
land: low prices. Prince Yukon. Jr.. fee $10.
HELP WANTED MALE.
LOGGERS; TEAMSTER. FOUR JHORSES, $2
bdard; hook tenders, $2.50 board; one at S3;
2 rigging ruhtlers, $45 board; one $2.25;- falt
ers. 32.75; buckers. $2.50; barkers. $40 board;
2 at $2.25; raftsmen. $2.50; 50 swampers, $2
up; R. R. laborers. $2, board $3 CO; 50 mill
and yard men, $2; section men, $2; 'wood
choppers, . S0o and $1; laborers, city, $2;
quarry men, $2; haymakers, $1,50 board;
farm hands, $25 to $30; cooks; waiters; port
ers; dishwashers". Canadian Agency, 226s
CHEF, BEACH HOTEL, $75: OTHER COOKS,
etc., wanted. Also col. cook and D. washer,
E. Ore. hotel, $55, tickets; 2 waltersj for
Blue Mtns. resort, $35. dirt cheap fare; 2
milkers, $30: farm handi, $25, etc.; mill and
yd. lbra., $1.75; men pile slabwood; $1.75;
wood turners on ftre.. $2; loggers, $2 up;
Ibrs. for fcty., mill and yd., Gray's Harbor,
Ucket3. R. G. Drake. 102 First.
HARPER & BROTHERS, NEW YORK,
want experienced salesmen for -their fine
subscription books; offered here for first time;
have also a low-priced combination offer of
magazine and weekly, with premiums. Ad
dress, with references and experience, San
Francisco office, 206 Kearney street.
WANTED-COOK FOR HOTEL $12, WEEK;
second, $S and room: brick yard, $1.50, board
$3; woodchoppers," 00c; agents, salary and
commlselon: 25 men. -mill yard. $1.63. See
Campbell & Hlgley EmFloymont Ofllce. 200
WANTED A YOUNG MAN OR BOY WILL
ing to mako himself -useful, to learn the
trade In a furniture store; must have ref
erences; small woses to begin. Address H
$7, care Oregonlan.
PERNIN SHORTHAND LEARNED IN ONE
third time of Pitmanlc forms; no shading:
no pojltlon. Rphnke's Pernln Shcrthtfnd and
Commercial College, 614 Commercial block.
BOY WANTED WHO UNDERSTANDS
driving horses, and who can furnish good
references: wages $3 a week at start; bring
sample of writing. Dayton Hardware Co.
FIRST-CLASS CYLINDER. PRESSMAN, WHO
thoroughly understands small rotary presses.
Address, stating ability, experience, refer
ences, salary, K 81, care Oregonlan.
V.' ANTED YOUNG MAN EXPERIENCED IN
mechanical and elctrleal wprk: only those
who thoroughly understand business need
apply; references. K SO. Oregonlan.
WANTED ASSISTANT FIREMAN: WORK
moderate: experience not required: eldirly
man preferred. Call at once. Star Laundry,
200 Gllsan st.
WANTED GOOD LUCK; SECURE IT. THEN.
by serdlnr 50c to W. A Cousens, agent for.
the Hindoo Lucky Box. 241 Sixth St., Port
WANTED FIRST-CLASS HARNESS-MAK-ers;
good wages ind steady employment. Ap
ply Breyman Leather Co., 73 Front st.
WANTED YOUNG MAN ABOUT 20 YEARS
old for shipping clerk; state experience. Ad
drees Jobber, care Oregonlan.
FIFTEEN HAUNESSrIAKERS; ALSO SAD
dle hands. W. Davis & Son, 11 Front, San
100 R. R. MEN, BLUE MOUNTAINS, $2;
faro and fee, ?5.50. Canadian Agency, 22GV4
WANTED MACHINISTS AND BOILER
makor helpers, at Willamette -Iron & Steel
WANTED BRIGHT BOY FOR CLOTHING
store. S. Bromberger, cor. Third and Davi3
MEN WANTED FOR GRAIN HANDLING.
Apply Kerr. Glfford & Co., Victbria Dock,
SECOND COOK, FOR COAST: COLORED
prefcred. 200U Stark st., W. T. Phillips.
WANTED MEN FOR COLUMBIA QUARRY;
wages $2 and $2.25 per day. OS First st.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS MILK HAND. IN
qulre 323 Ablngton building. "-
WANTED IIARNESPMAKER, AT WESTEN
gard & LInd's. 283 Front.
BARBER WANTED; STEADY JOB. 205
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
1 COOK. $10; CHAMBERMAID. $8; COUNV
try style hotel, near. 1 cook, $20; 1 waitress,
$15. and nurse G., $10. for village hotel,
empyr. here. Cook, S. Bend. $20. fare here;
cook, Astoria. $23; E. Ore., $30; waitrets,
bdg. H.. N. Beach. $15; think need others;
$10; for city. $13 to $30. Also 50 domestics,
best wages; Baker City. $20; others out city.
Chambermaid, girl or Jap, $15. Drake, 152
WAITRESSES, 2 COAST. $20; 2 E. O.. $20; 2
camp. $15; 10 B.-H. and R.. city; 2 cham
bermaids, hotel, city. $12; nursesrirls, city
and out: cooks, city and country; housekeep
ers; housework. Boise. Idaho; Colfaxr Oregon
City: coast: country, and plenty In city. $12
to $30. Canadian Parlors, 22GV& Morrison.
TWO COOKS, $30; ONE DISHWASHER, $10;
girl for general housework, $25; waitress,
$15, and others, at Campbell & HIgley's Em
ployment Office, 200 Stark st.
GHIL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
good cook, Aprly any morning but Tuesday
and Friday, 781 Kearney st.
WANTED A COMPETENT COOK. TO
leave the city: good wages- Call at 115 West
Park st. References.
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. to go to Summer cottage at coast. Call
314 Clay st.
YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST IN HOUSEWORK.
Apply room 53 Worcester block, cor. Third
WANTED WOMEN FOR HOME WORK;
salary $12 per week. Address I, 81, care Ore
gonlan. WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work and girl to take care of children. 741
LAUNDRESS FOR COAST. $20; GENERAL
housework, city. 200V1 Stark st., W. T. Phil
lips. WANTED A CntL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. Apply at 341 11th st., mornings.
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work in small family. 821 Johnson st.
WANTED A GDXL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. Apply 372 14th st.
TWO WAITRESSES. COAST. $25. CANADIAN
Parlors, 22614 Morrison.
HELT WANTED MALE OR FE3IALB.
GOOD HOME FOR MAN AND WIFE WHO
will take charge of a building; wife paid sal
ary for sweeping, cleaning, scrubbing, wash
ing and ironing; references required. Apply
414 Yamhill st.
WANTED A MAN WITH SOME EXPERI
ence in the specialty line, to act as sales
agent for the Hallwood Cash Register Co.
For terms and territory address A I. Don
nell. Northwestern Manager, 1020 First avc,
BobfekeepexV and Clexlcs.-
A STEADY YOUNG .MAN, WITH EXPERI
ence as stenographer, bookkeeper and clerk;
wants permanent position. Address JC S3.
YOUNG JAPANESE WANTS SITUATION
as second cook or, waiter In a, hotel! boarding-house
or 'restaurant. Y" 85. "cara 'Orego
nlan. BY JAPANESE: -HONEST. GOOD BOY
wants cooking and housework, at any place.
G 82, care Oregonlan.
JAPANESE WANTS PLACK.AS TMSHWASH
er. or to do housework. Address George, 245
A SOBER, HONEST YOUNG MAN WISHES
to learn pastry cooking. -253 .Everett st.,
SITUATIONS WANTED-rFEMALE. "
SITUATION. WANTED TO DO GENERAL
housework In Christian famljy. 1S54 Shaver
and Montana sts., Alblna.
A GOOD AND RAPID SEAMSTRESS, BY
the day. AddrcsB R 85, Oregonlan.
DRESSMAKER DESIRES WORK BY DAY.
Address A 81, Oregonlan.
WANTED STENOGRAPHIC WORK. ALL
or -part of day. by experienced lady; refer
ences. M 87, care Oregonlan.
A LADY WISHES TO SEW v MORNINGS
and evenlnrs In a boardrng-h6usa for board
Address C 82. Oregonlan. t
WANTED TO JIENT.
GENTLEMAN. WITH VERY HIGHEST REF
erences, wants completely furnlsnd house pf
about S rooms; no children; permanent. R
84, caro Oregonlan.
WANTED TWO OR THREE "FURNISHED
or unfurnished rooms, for housekeeping; -or
part of cottare. Address Larson, 2S3V$ First
street. - ,,",
MODERN COTTAGE; NEAT. CLEAN; SOME
yard; no objection td sublirb3. not too tar
out. Address Q 83. cara Oregonlan. .
WANTED TO BORROW $SO00 ON AN UND1
Tifled Interest in strictly Inside 'city business,
property; very centrally located; the- security
offered has a market value of $35,000.', and
brings In rents of $240 monthly. W 71, care
WANTED TO BORROW ?10d TO $200 ON 0
to 12 months' time, on personal security;
will pay big Interest. U 85, care Oregonlan.
WANTED - STRICTLi FRESH RANCH
eggs, at Kruso's Grlll-Ro'jm.. Stark sU,-opposite
Chamber ofCommerce. ., ' .-
Cast-off second-hand clothing wanted at 87 "N.
3d. PrleoK no ofciect. Oregon phone Clay 513.
THH SPALDING. S. E. COR. PARK AND
Alder st--... under tho- management of the
owner. Helen H. Spalding The mo3t compjete
apartment-house In the Northwest; cholco
rooms, for gentlemen or gentleman and wife;
furnished housekeeping suites a specialty.
THE PLDASANTON. 28S THIRD ST, FINE
furnlrhed room, en suite, single, or- House
keeping; sunlight in all rooms; bath included;
most reasonable ternvi; transient, solicited. ,
THE DREXEL. 341V1. MORRISON UNDER
4 new management: nicely furnished rooms,
single or en suite, $1.50 per week up; tran
THH NEWCASTLE. S. E. COR. THIRD AND
Harrison sts. Rooms, furnished or unfur-
nlshed;. all .modern conveniences; reforencas.
HOTEL VENDOME-ELEGANT FURNISH
cd rooms, with fine table board; Summer
rates, $1 a day up. Cor. 13th and Alder sts.
THE OCCIDENTAL. 215 FIRST AND . MOR
risin Rooms, 'suite'!, single, housekeeping;
every'cbnvcnlence; $1 week and upwards.
364 TAYLOR STREET PLEASANT. COOL
rooms; bath, phone; two blocks Portland
Hotel; reasonable; no children.
435 ALDER HANDSOMELY' FURNISHED
rooms; front -sulte; one. alnzle room; bath,
telephone-; desirable location.
LARGE, WELL - FURNISHED" ALCOVE
room; also other pleasant rooms; 'in desira
ble location. 39-1 Aider st.
FRONT. AND BACK PARLOR; ALSO OTHER
rooms; ncatliv furnished; board if desired.
THE STEVENS, 420 ALDER FURNISHED
rooms; all modern Improvements; no chil
dren. The Templeton. 200 lFt St.. cor. Taylpr Nice
ly furnished rooms; also housekeeping rooms.
GILMAN FOTEL Brick bldg., 'central; fur
nished, rooms. $1 week and up. 1st and Alder.
534 MORRIRSON ST. LARGE, AlRY ROOMS;
also lower story. Call a'fter'O P. M.
ICG TENTH ST... NiqELY FURNISHED
front rooms; modern conveniences.
Rooms Witlt Ronrrl.
PORTLAND WOMEN'S UNION; 12TH YEAR;
rooms with board; enameled bath tubs; use
of library: Woman's Exchange; Industrial
school. Address Mrs. E. C. George, superin
tendent, 510 Flanders street.
COMFORTABLY FURNISHED ROOMS.WITH
or without board. 120 14th st., between
Washington and Alder.
170 13TH. BETWEEN YAMHJLL AND MOR
rlson Newly furnished rooms, with excellent
215 12TH FURNISHED ROOMS, SINGLE
or en .suite, with th-at-class table board: Eng
175 12TH ST.-LARGE, NICELY FURNISH
cd front room, with board; running water in
471 ALDER FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH
board; bath, telephone Brown 501, Oregon.
ENTIRE LOWER FLOOR OF 3 ROOMS,
rooms, furnished complete, for housekeeping.
Bath and telephone. 354 Salmon.
LARGE .FRONT ROOM AND ALCOVE, UN
furnlshed; central, convenient; for light
housekeeping. Inquire 124 Sixth.
TWO LOVELY SUITES OF FURNISHED
housekeeping rooms, on ground floor; first
class people only. 205 Fourth.
PART OF FLAT, ON FIRST FLOOR; USE
of telephone and bath; good location; terms
reasonable. 1GS 10th st.
23115 Market Light, clean, airy rooms, fur
nlshod complete for houspkeeplng; respect
able. Phono West 402.
FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED HOUSE
keeplng rooms; modern conveniences; rent
reasonable. 313 14th st.
4 FURNIS.HED HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS,
ground floor; -also largo front room, upstairs.
323 Fourth st. '
173 11TH-ONE SUITE OF THREE ROOMS,
furnished complete for housekeeping; large
253 SIXTH ST., COR. MADISON FURNISH
ed housekeeping rooms; all conveniences; best
233 AND 235 HALL. SEPARATE OR To
gether, $30, etc.; 295 Flanders, $11.25 (W.
free). Few others. R. G. Drake, 162 First.
FOR RENT MODERN 8-ROOM HOUSE, 564
Gllsan st. ; hot - water heating. Atkinson,
Wakefield & Co.. 227 Stark st.
FOR RENT 5-ROOM HOUSE, N. E. COR.
East Clay and 10th. Inquire agent steamer
Mascot, foot Taylor.
FOR RENT NICE C-ROOM HOUSE; GOOD
basement! 107 Nprth 17th st. Inquire 507
MODERN 8-ROOM HOUSE, 2C3 HALL. IN
qulre at City Treasurer's office.
TWO NICELYr FECISHED HOUSES ON THE
corner of First and Gibbs sts.; rent $10 and
$12. Apply to D. S. Stearns, 249 TVashlngton
$S PER MONTH; 3-ROOM FLAT: BATH
room, pantry, woodshed, free telephone, free
water: nice -view- 630 Seventh, near Sheridan,
i Furnish A Houses.
3ER -MONTH FOR 4-ROOM COTTAGE,
furnished complete for housekeeping; cellar,
woodshed, large yard, with fruit trees, vege
tabl garden: tree water, free telephone.
Fhcm, Union 545.
$10 PER MONTH-5-ROOM COTTAGE, ALL
nicely tarnished complete for housekeeping.
IDS Pennoyer st, near Hood.
Tho Kutsscben House, eaVlew,-Wash., Is one
of the best family houses 5n the beach;
prices reasonable; reduction maac for fam
ilies. Address Mrs. Kutrschen, Seavlaw.Wasa.
JACORSON'S GARDEN GROVE HOTEL;
one-balf mile north of Long Beach; rates, $1
PRIVATE ROOMS. WITH BOARD. HACK
"ney cottage, Seaview, Wash., Long. Beach.
PRIVATE BOARD AND ROOMS., MRS,
-Sarah Chamberlln, Long Beach, Wash.
FOR' RENT A ROOM Rtf 'BRICK BUILD
Ing. on main business street, aultable'for boot
an shoe store or millinery -store; $7.50 per
month. Address box 235, Monmouth, Or.
304 WASHINGTON ST., NEXT TO PARK.
Inquire of Sam L. Beary. 327 Morrison at.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS BIDS WILL
bo received by the undersigned until 6 P.
M., August C.and then opened, for tho con
struction of a'wharf and warehouse corerins
about -100,000 equaro feet and about 800 feet
of trestle approach near tho mouth of the
Columbia River, Clatsop .County, Oregon.
Plans and specifications can be seen and
blank forms of proposal secured at the ol-
, flee of the Astoria Columbia .River Rail
road, In the. Flavel building,1 Astoria- Or. A
satisfactory bond will be required of the suc
cessful bidder. Tha undersigned reserve3 the
right to reject any or all bids In whole or In
r part, as per forms of proposal 'and specifica
tions'. Northwest construction uompany.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS-SEALED PRO
posals. addressed, to C. C Huntley. Oregon
City, Or.( tor furnishing material and build
ing sewers' in Oregon City will bo received
by the commltteo , on streets and public
property until"? o'clock P. M., on the 20th
day of August. 1900. Plans and specifications
can Je examined at City Recorder's office,
at Oregon City. The commltteo on streets
and public property reserves the right to
reject ahy or all bids.
, . C. G. HUNTLEY,
' E. F. STORY..
Oregon City, July 21. 1900.
BIDS ,W ANTED FOR PAINTING SEALED
proposals for painting Burnslde-street bridge
will be received at the office of the County
Commissioners of Multnomah County, Ore
gon, lip to August 8. at 2 P. M. Teeters for
labor only, according to speciflcattahs on file.
Tho Commissioners reserve the right 'to re
ject any or all tend-jr. Envelopes to bo
marked "Tender for painting Burnslde-street
brldgo," and addressed County Commlsslon
.ers. WM. B. STEELE,
J. G. MACK.
' . . County Commissioners.
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING
The annual meeting of the stockholders of
the Coeurv d'Alene Development Company,
for the election of a. Board of Directors for
the ensuing year, and for the transaction of
puch other business as may regularly come
before then- will be held at the office of the
company, rooms 501 to 504 Chamber of Com
merce building. Portland, Oregon, on August
0, 1900. at 10 o'clock A. M.
GEORGE F. HOLMAN.
Secretary Coeur d'Alene Development Com
pany. Po-Osmd. Or. Julv 13. 1000.
OYGENATOR 'fS A PERFECT BLOOD PURL
fler based upon Nature's own jnethods of
purifying the blood, through oxjdation. When
all other thlnza fail, Oxygenator can be
relied upon as a true curative. All forms
of throat and lung troublas cured by It. For
the kidneys nothing better has ever been
produced. In rheumatic affections it Is a
specllic. Used Internally as well a3 exter
nally. Advice free. Oxygenator Co., room IS
Russel building, Portland, Or.
17 women wanted suffering from Irregular,
painful periods; Jeucorrhoea (whites), and all
,, complicated diseases pertaining to changes ot
life, cured -by old Dr. Kessler, cor. Second
and Yamhill sts. 323 women called last
montli. Consultation free, and private rooms
for ladles. If can't call, write, inclosing 10
2c stamps Hundreds treated at home by his
DR. DARRIN, 2G5 "Morrison eL. Portland. Or.,
specialist In all chronic and private diseases
of men and women. Palntul, irregular or sup
pressed menstruation quickly relieved. Vari
cocele or .stricture .guaranteed cured In one
week. No detention. Consultation free.
BLAZIER'S CONCERT HALL
BLAZIER'S CONCERT HALL
OS BURNSIDE STREET
243 BURNSIDE STREET
Solo Agent O. P S. Bourbon. Also handling
Three Crown Cyrus Noble. "
INDIAN MEDIUAI. GIFTED INDIAN. BORN
with double veil, tells past, present and fu
ture; heals all diseases by the use ot Indian
herbs; reading by letter, $1. Mrs. Professor
Wheatlv Howe, 41st nnd Section Line road.
Take Richmond cars, end car line.
DRESS -SUITS RENTED, ALL SIZES. WE
call for, sponge, press and .deliver one suit of
your clothing eai.h week, sew on buttons, sew
up rips, for $1 per month. Dyeing, steam
cleaning 'and repairing Unique Tailoring Co.,
847 Washington, both phones.
Superfluous hair, moles; ana other facial blem
ishes removed with electric needle; perma
nent cure; electric massage for wrinkles.
.Portland EIectrply3ls Parlors, 15-10 Lewis
bldg., cor. Park and Mor. Phone Brown 657.
LAXINE, LAXINE, LAXINE AS PLEAS
aat as soda water; Invaluable for stomach
nnd bowel troubles. Try It. For sale by R.
B. Knight, opposite Oregonlan building, or
ilodcl Drug Store, 5)5 Grand ave.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, ajP YOU HAVE
eczema, ringworm or any form of .Itch, there
Is mothlng that cures It as quickly and as
thoroughly as Cylead: 25c, sold at Clemen
son's. Drug Store 22Yamhlll.
THE PORTLAND CLUB. INC., A PLACE OF
amusement and recreation for gentlemen, 130
Fifth sf. and 291& Alder. The" cafe In con
nection carries the bast line of liquors and
cigars the world produces.
DOCTOR MARY A. QUINN. DIPHORATIC
specialist, late of Capital Sanitarium; treat
menfot Insane attended to; health, rest and
comfort 72 14th and Everett sts., Portland,
MANLY VIGOR RESTORED- BY DR. ROB
erts' Nerve Globules. One month's treatment
$2; 3 months, S3. Sent securely sealed by
mall. Agents, Woodard & Clarke, Portland,
UNION PRINTERS GOOD LINQTYPE Op
erators receive $5 per day. Advertiser can
.teach several educated men. Terms, 3150.
Address Expert, care Oregonlan.
ILLOND'S PREVENTIVE CONES, AN UN
equalcd antiseptic; no failure; per box, $1.30;
sample, 10c. Illond Chem. Co., Portland, P.
O. box 974.
YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS) ARE MORE Ac
curately and reasonably filled at Eyssell's
Pharmacy. 227 Morrison st., bet. 1st and 2d.
WE PRINT 30 FINE VISITLSG CARDS. 25e:
BO. 85c; 250 business cards, $1; 500, $1.80.
Brown & Schmale. 22U First st.. Portland.
FRITZ' CONCERT HALL: largest cafe on Pa
cific Coast: 240 o 2B Burnside. W.elnhdrd's
beer on draught. Clubrooms upstairs.
BILLY LEA'S BICYCLE HOSPITAL, 103 4TH.
Phone Clay 641. Wheels called for, delivered.
LADIES' PERS&NALS INSERTED FREE IN
Helping Hand. Lock-box 6G0, 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. 328 Second street.
CLOTHER MENDED FOB LADIES AND
gentlemen. Apply at room '43 Lnbbe bldg.
SOMETHING NEW IN GUM: MOTT'S LACTI
Pepsin For health, beauty and pleAsure-.
WOULD YOU MARRY IF SUITED? SEND
stamp to lock-box 660. Portland, Or.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST ONE MEDAL. GIVEN BY STATE OF
Oregon to James J. Kennedy, Company E
Second Oregon Volunteers; name engraved on
bars. Kindly return to James Kennedy, cara
engineer" department, O. R. & N., Worcester
WILL THE PARTY WHO FOUND A
child's wsite cashmere shawl, silk scal
loped, near 20th and Marshall, return to 670
Lovcjoy. and receive pay for same?
LOST ON SHERMAN ST.. BETWEEN
Fifth and Hood sts., one child's shoe. Re
turn to 172 Sherman, and receive reward.
FOUND PENSION CERTIFICATE OF WM.
A Dunn; private Third Illinois Cavalry. Ap
ply 708 Mississippi avenue, city.
Aasayers anu -Analysts.
X RV FI3K. MINERAL 'ABSAYER- AND'i
CUCU1UI, fiuill UU3b WUQU ul-3 aau4u,iw.
PORTLAND ASSAY OFFICE; ACCURATE
reports an al orep. 223 Stark at. .
PAUL BAUMEL, ASSAYER AND ANALYISTl
gold dust bought. 22S Stark .
EDWARD T. TAGGART, ATtORNEY-AT
lawrgeneral practice. 518 Chamber ot Com
J. w. ransom, attctrney-at-layt and
councilor. Bates Bank bldg.. Jrcrtland. Or.
Agrrlcaltural Implements. Jlacliincry
EDWARD HUGHES; WAGONS, CARRIAGES
. and fjtrra machinery ot all kinds. 190 Front.
JOHN POOLE; -Nemon wagons. uzgbs. wlnd-
tallla. pampa, machinery. Foot Morrison st.
J K. GILL & jC0. WHOLESALE AND HE
tall bookseller and stationers. 133-35 -3d J
Cnrpentcrs anil Hnililefrs.
RHODES '& BUCKNER. CARPENTBRS. OF
flee fitters and Jobbers; satisfaction guaran-
.u. A uuuo JDlOim U19. OOU OM(&.
JOHN A MELTON, carpenter: builder; oflSc
and store enures. Ore. tel. 747. H05 Stark.
Chinese nnd Japanese Goods.
LADIES' SILK WAISTS AND WRAPPERS,
fancy white goods, silk underwear made to
order. Sing Cnong Co.. 333 Morrison.
WM. DEVENY , & MAUD DEVENT. THE
only scientific chiropodists, parlors 801 Alliky
bldg., 3d and Morrison. Ore. phone Qrant 10.
Mod. Dr. Herzog, from Birl:n. scientific ro
Vealer; tells entire lite. past, present and fu
ture; cor.iul'atlon on all affairs; nothing ex
cepted; names given; good j.dvlce; ure help;
mistake impossible; imports genulna gypsy
love power Fe $1; letter, $2. 34T Taylor.
VULCAN COAL CO.. DEALERS IN HOUSE,
steam and blacksmith coals. Also foundry
cok, Front at., near Gllsbn. i
METAL SKYLIGHTS. GALVANIZED IRON
cornices. J. C. Bayer, 203 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 en consignments.
TAYLOR. YOUNG' & CO., SHEf. BROKERS
and commission merchant!. Sherlock bids.,
ALLEN & LEWIS. COMMISSION AND PRO.
dUv-c merchants. Front & D sta.. Portland. Or.
EVERDING & FARRELL. commission, butter
eggs', chickens and .farm produce. Portland.
DR. C. B, BROWN. Tel. Ore. Red 2S48; resi
dence. White G34. 514.15-16 Dekum bldg.
"Oyctntsr and Cleaning-,
H. W. TURNER, PROFESSIONAL DYER
and .cleaner. 201 17th. Tel. Red. 131.
AKRON DYNAMOS. MOTORS. METERS,
etc. TatUin & Bowen. 29 to 33 First street.
fence and "Wire Works.,
OLD EAST PORTLAND FENCE AND WIRE
Works. A. Carlson, 280 E. Morrison st.
Iron Foniulers, Mnch'sta, Ship B'ld'm.
Wolff & Zwlcker Iron Works: designers and
mfrs. of ships, steamboats, iharlne. mining
and milling machinery; riveted steel pipe.
Harness And Saddles.
BREYMAN LEATHER CO.. WHOLESALE
saddle and harness manufacturers, saddlery
hardware. findings and shoe store supplies;
leather 6f all kinds. 73 Front st.
THE GEORGE LAWRENCE CC WHOLE
nale addlrs and harness manufacturers,
leather and 'saddlery hardware. 72 Front it.
Ice Cream Dealers.
Special attention given families and boarding
houses 'Labbe & Rcbe. 310 Washington st.
HAMBURG-BREMEN FIRE INS. CO.. 103
1st st. Boyd & Arnold, general agents.
Iron Foundries and machinists.
Smith "& Watson Iron Works; engines and boil
ers; logging engines a specialty; quarts and
saw mills; misc. machinery. Front and Hall.
Mnrhlc nnd Granite "Works.
LARGEST. BEST STOCK OF MONUMENTS
In city, at cost, to reduce stock before mov
ing down town. Weeks. 720 Front st.
Wllfiej loncentrator. Drake amal.. Ideal itarap
mill, mining cars. Tatum & Bowen. 29-35 1st.
J. A. REID, mfr. boot and shoe uppers; full
stock shosmakers supplies. 207 Washington st.
Magnetic and 3IentaI Healing-.
MRS. C. J. MAPLE, MAGENTIC HEALER
fWeltmer method), pereonl and home treat
ment taught 211 2d. near Salmon, Portland.
Mrs. Young, mental science healer; chronic and
nervous diseases a specialty. 354 Harrison st.
SELECT MASSAGE AND MAGNETIC LADY
from San Francisco. Parlor 26, 2CSVi Stark.
PAUL CROMWELL, THE COLORED 8PE
clalist, has opened up his office at 235 Hall
St.. cor. Second, and will sell his medicine
as usual. Medicines for all kinds of chronlo
T. J. GEISLER. 610-611 CHAMBER OF COM.
Registered attorney U. S. Patent Office.
SUMPTER GOLD FIELDS: MINES AND
mining stock bought and sold. E. A Clem .
Co.. 146 Third st. Portland. Orv
RICHARDSON GOLD MINING CO. OFFERS
shares at 12c share. W. H. Sherrod & Co.
HELENA MINING CO. HAS OPENED OF
fices rooms 112-113 Sherlock building.
Oreiron Vlavl Company.
Lewis bldg., Park and Morrison., Free Health
. lectures to women Thursday, at 2:30 P. M.
Drs. Northrup Alklre. Osteopaths, suite 416
Dekum bldg. Investigation respectfully so
licited; examination free. Phone Main 349.
Dr. W. A. Rogers & Dr. Rhoda C. Hicks. 313
Marquam; diseases and deformities women
and children a specialty. Consultation free.
DR. L. B. SMITH. PIONEER rOSTEOPATH.
suite j400 Oregonlan building. Phone Oak 421.
LESSONS ON VIOLIN. VIOLA CORNET:
Emll Thielhom. 200 Jefferson. TeLWe.t.10O4.
Real Estate Loans and Rentals.
ATKINSON. WAKEFIELD & CO.; ESTAB
llshed 1SC6. 227 Stark street.
Physicians and Surgeons,
Dr. Flora A Brown: diseases of women and
children a specialty. Consultation and llaz
nosls free. 517-518 Th Dekum. Portland. Or.
DR. JAMES DICKSON, SPECIALIST IN KID
ney and skin diseases. Odd Fellows' Temple.
MRS. L. BURHANS, scientific palmist. 01
Grand ave., room 50- Readings, 50c and $1.
SAFES. SAFES. BANK WORK. LOCK DEPT.
opanlng lockouts, repairs. J. E. Davis. .66-3d.
Saw Mill Machinery.
Christenson-MeMaster Machinery Co.: new and
2d-hand machinery. E. Water and E. Taj lor.
OVERLAND STORAGE WAREHOUSE
Fourth and Davis. Merrhandlsa a specialty.
Insurance rates low; storage rates reasonable.
Careful attention given to country consign
ments. Tel. Or. Main 777: Columbia, 670.
SAFES. PIANOS. FURNITURE MOVED AND
packed for phlpplng C. "M. Olsen, 123 First.
Tel. offlco Main 1087; Elack 801.
OLD RELTABLB STIMPSON COMFUTINO
scales; office and wardrooms No. 50 Third st..
between Pins and Ash. R. E. Phillips, gen
eral agest for Oregon and Washington.
Showcases and Store Fixtures.
DIXON. BORGESON & CO. FRONT AND
IF YOU ARE IN TROUBLE AND WAN
advice, call on Mrs. Dr. Merchant, 363 2d st.
MRS. STEVENS': advice on ail affairs of life;
sittings dally. 22Ha Morrison at, room 22.
MRS. C CORNELIUS. MEDIUM. ALISKY
building. Third and Morrison sta,
MRS. 3 A. SMITH, medium and magnaila
healer, room 2, 2344 Morrison.
Storo-re and Transfer.
STOAf-E AT LOW RATES CAN BE HAD
at Fred Btrkel's storehouse. 31 North Front.
Stoves;. Rnnjres, Household ll'dwara
Hardware: sols agt. Universal stoves & rangv
hoiwrumlshlnggoodj. J. J. Kadderly. 141 1st.
WE MANUFACTURE OUR TRUNKS AND
sell direct to the retail public trunks re
paired; trunks and telescones made to ordfT.
50 Third Jftreet, between Ptna and Ash.
ALLEN i- LEWIS. WHOLESALE GROCER&
nr N Front and Dnvts f. Portland. Or
ROOMING-HOUSES. 7 TO CO rooms, all bar
gains and good locations.
RESTAURANTS. GROCERY stores, CIGAR,
candy fcnd fruit stores. SALOONS, creamery
and bakery, country fnerchandlse stocks, any
kind of business yon want. MONEY to loan
in sums to suit, low interest, chattel or real
JENNINGS & CO 300& MORRISON ST.
FOR SALE FURNITURE AND BUSINESS
of 50-room hotel In Marshfleld. Or.; only n
other hotel In tha city. I enjoy large tran
sient patronage. After conducting the but
ness successfully for 20 years. I want to re
tire: reason. Ill health. Address J. L. Fsrrj.
prop.. Marshfleld. Or.
FOR SALE GROCERY STORE AND Fix
tures, horse and wagon; will invoice stock to
suit purchaser: cheap rent; good I6eatlcn
must be sold. Address owner. G. W. H.. 340
Morrison St.. city.
A FIRST-CLASS WEEKLY NEWSPAPER
property In tho Willamette Valley. If taken
at once; $500 cash required; other business,
requires attention. Address OOO. care Ore
gonlan. DIVIDEND-PAYING OIL STOCK FOR SALE
guarantee satisfaction: also California rcol
estate for Eastern. Ralph Muncy. 300- West
First, Los Angeles, Cal.
FOR SALE ICE CREAM. CONFECTIONERY
and fruit stand; good location; good hu-l
ness;.at sacrifice, $S0. Inquire room 0. 2t5s
WANTED A FIRST- CLASS MANAGER;
mu3t have some money; big pay for the right
man. Address T SO, care Oregonlan.
CONFECTIONERY FOR SALE CHSAP;
good location; cheap rent; largo living rooms
in connection. 50 Sixth st.
A GOOD. WELL-LOCATED GROCERY Busi
ness for sale. Ames Mercantile Agency. 202-3-5
MONEY LOANED ON BICYCLES. PIANOS,
furniture and oUier securities. W. A. Hatn
away. room 10 Wash. bldg. Phone South 731
MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL KINDS OF SE
curity. Wm. Holl. room . Washington bldi.
MONEY TO LOAN. 0 per cent, tarm or city
property. O. M. Smith. 814 Ch. of Commerce.
LOANS ON MINING STOCK. FURNITURE,
real estate or other securities. 12S Third St.,
Thompson's Cut-Rato Ticket Office.
Btate funds loaned 6 per cent. W. E. Thomas,
state agt. for Mult. Co., 400 Cham, of Com.
LOANS WITHOUT PUBLICITY ON REAL
or chattel mortgages, personal or salary se
curity, at low rates. C. W. Pallett, 213 Com
mercial block. Tel. Grant 856.
?200.000 TO LOAN AT 5. 6. 7 PER CENT.
City and suburban property for sale and rnt.
Agent for Westchester Fire Insuranca Co.
Wrn. G. Beck, 321 Morrison at.
LOANS. ON FURNITURE. PIANOS AND
other securities; lowest rates; private. S. W.
King, room 43 Washington building.
LOANS on chattels, salaries, etc. low ratoa;
see us first. Mann & Co.. C04 Dekum bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS FROM $3 TO
$300. on all classes of security. R. I. Ecker
son & Co., room 5 Washington building.
LOANS WITHOUT PUBLICITY ON FURNI
tura, pianos, salaries, etc. Can bo paid In
Installments, reducing Interest, Rates lower
than the lowest. F. W. Graves, Mgr., 124
6th. near Wash, (ground floor). Tel. Oak 1331.
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY
109 THIRD STREET.
Money to loan on mortgage.
A general trust and agency business transacted.
BENJ. L COHEN -...President
II. L. PITTOCK. A. S, NICHOLS Vlce-Pres.
E. J. ALTSTjOCK, J. O. GOLTRA... Secretaries
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF PORTLAND. OR.
Designated Depositary and Financial Agent oi
"rais the United States.
President H. W. CORBETT
Vice-President -A L. MILLS
CainlB" G- E. WITHINGTON
Assistant Cashier J. W. NEWKIRK
Second Assistant Cashier W. C. ALVOT.n
Letters of credit issued, available In Europo
and the Eastern states.
Sight exchange and telegraphic transfers soM
on New Yerk, Bcwton. Chicago. St. Louis. St.
Paul Omaha, San Francisco and tho principal
points in the Northwest.
Sight and time bills drawn in sums to suit on
London Parl3. Berlin. FJrankfort-on-the-Maln,
Hong Kong. Yokohama. Copenhagen, Chrlstl
anla. Stockholm. St. Petersburg. Moscow, Zu
Collections made on favorable terms.
LADD 4: TILTON. BANKERS
ESTABLISHED IN 1839.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Interest allowed on tim deposits.
Collections made at all points on favorabU
terms. Letters of credit Issued available la Eu
rope and the Eastern states. ,
Sight Exchange and Telegraphic Transfers
sold an New York. Washington. Chicago. St.
Louis, Denver, Omaha, San Francisco and var
oua poiat9 in Oregon, Washington. Idaho, Mon
tana and British Columbia.
Exchange sold on London, Paris. Berllm
Frankfort and Hong Korig.
WELLS. FARGO & CO. BANK
CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS.. ...$6.230.3CO
JOHN J. VALENTINE .." PRESIDENT
HOMER S. KLNG MANAGER
R M. DOOLY CASHIER
JOHN E. MILES ASSISTANT CASHIER
General Banking 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 Vice-President
R. W. HOYT Cashier
GEO. W. HOYT Assistant Cashier
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING
Interest paid on time deposits.
Drafts and letters of credit Issued, available
in all parts of the world.
Collections a specialty. Gold dust bought.
LONDON AND SAN FRANCISCO BANK
LIMITED. CAPITAL PAID UP $2,450,000
Head Office. 71 Lqmbard street. London.
This bank transacts a general banking and
ochange business; makes loans, discounts bll's
and Issues commercial and travelers' credit,
available in any.2lty in the wcrid.
Chamber of Commerce building. Third and
Stark streets. W. A MACRAE. Manager.
AINSWORTH NATIONAL BANK
OF PORTLAND, cor. Third and Oak .
J. a AINSWORTH. Pres.; W. W. PHILLIPS.
Transacts a. General Banking Business.
Exchange bought and sold on all the principal
cities In Europe. Also facilities for telegraphic
transfers. Collections made on favorable terms
on all accessible points.
SAFE DEPOSIT DEPARTMENT
Connected with the bank. Safes rented on easy
THE UNITED STATE3 NATIONAL BANK
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Drafts Issued available In all cities of the
United States and Europe.
President -... TYLER WOODWARD
Vice-President JACOB KA1IM
Cashier F. C. MILLLK
BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA-PAID-UP
Head Office, CO Lombard street, London.
Com'l block. 244 Washington st. Portland.
IL LEA BARNE3. Manager