Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, October 16, 1900, Page 9, Image 9

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    DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND. Oct 15-8 P. iL-Maxlnmm
temperature, 70; .minimum temperature, 44;
river reading at 11 A. M.. 2.4 feet; change la
the. past 24 hours, -0.2 foot; total precipita
tion, 5 P. K. to 5 P. M-, 0.00; total precipita
tion since Sept. 1. lOOO. 2.02 Inches; normal
precipitation since Sept. L 1000. 3.43 Inches;
deficiency. 1.41 inches; total sunshine Oct. 14,
2:25; possible sunshine Oct 14, 11:00.
Pclflc Qsast Weather.
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- WEATHER CONDITIONS.
The pressure has risen rapidly during the last
24 hours in the Northern States -west of, the
Mississippi River, and a high area of consider
able magnitude now overlies this region. The
barometer is highest over the British posses
Elons north of Montana, and lowest over the
valleys of California. Fair weather continues
In all districts, except along the Northwest
Washington Coaft, where light showers "have
occurred. The temperature is above normal In
the North Pacific States and In California. The
Indications are for tair w.athT In this dis
trict Tuesday.
WEATHER FORECASTS.
Forecasts made at Portland foe the 28 hours
ending at midnight Tuesday. Oct. 10:
Oregon Fair; cooler in cast portion; north to
west winds.
Washington Fair, except probably showers
Blong the coast; cooler; -vsest to north winds.
Idaho Fair; cooler in north portion: west to
north winds.
Portland and vicinity Fair weather; north to
west winds. a B. WOLLAEER,
Information Wanted.
Salem Statesman.
The people of Oregon have, a right to
know just how it happened that the
Northern Pacific Railroad was allowed
to trade off its worthless mountain tops
in the State of Washington for -valuable
timber lands in Oresron a transaction by
which, this railroad corporation was en
abled, to clear up hundreds of thousands
of dollars, or will be, if the matter is al
lowed to remain undisturbed. The details
of the steal should be uncovered, and res
titution made yet. If possible. Where
there Is a will to do justice and punish j
villainy, a. way can usually be found.
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
t
At 352 Morrison st.. at 2 o'clock, by Port
land Auction and Commission Co. T. J. E.
Scoones, auctioneer.
At 409 Stark st. hctween 11th and 12th. at
10 o'clock AM. J. T. Wilson, auctioneer.
At salesroom, 411 Washington St., 10 A. M,
S. L. N- Gllman, auctioneer.
MEETING NOTICES.
A & A. S. RITE, AINS
WORTH CHAPTER OF ROSE
CROIX, NO. 1. Regular m:et
lng this evening at 8 o'clock.
Work in ISt'a d-sroe. By or-
der
WISE MASTER.
ABERNETHY'S CABIN..NO.
1, N. S. O. Regular meeting
this Tuesday) evening. Elks"
Hall, aiarquam hullding, at
7iiO o'clock. Prompt attend
ance requested, as open meet
ing after the cahtn closes.
J. P. MOFFETT, Pres
F. M. McDEVITT.
Rcc Sec
COLUMBIA LODGE. NO. 114. F
& A M. Stated communication tbls
(Tuotday) evenlnr at 7:30 o'clock.
Work. By order of the. Master.
RICHARD BKEYER, Sec
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD Members of
Webfoot Camp, No. Co, aro requested to as
semble at Woodmen's Hall at 1:30 P. M. to
day to attend the funeral or our late neigh
bor, James T. Hair. Neighbors of other camps
aro Invited. WALTER T. BIRD. Consul:
A. L, FINLEY. Clork.
DIED.
LOUGHEED At Good Samaritan Hospital.
Oct. 12. C. J. LougheetL a native of Bramp
ton. Canada. Funeral from Holman's nnder-r
taklnc i?arlors Tuesday. Oct. 1C,. at 2 P. M.
Friends Invited to attend.
SPA'MER In this city. 05t. 15, 1000. at tho
residence of her m. Chrl3 Sramcr. 800 Soulh
First st.. Katherlne Elizabeth Spamer. aged
CS years. 11 months, 25 days. Notice of
funeral hereafter.
FUNERAL NOTICE.
HATR Tha funeral services of the late James
T. Hair, who dhd in this city Oct. 32. lfHW.
will be held today at 2 P. M. at Finley.
Kimball & Cs.'s chapel, cor. Third and Jef
ferson Fts. Friends Invited. Interment Lone
Fir cemetery.
EDWARD nOLMAN. Undortnfeer.ath
nncl YRxnuill ittx. Rraa Stinaon. Indy
awUtant, Both ftltopr Te. U07.
FInlej-. Klmlmll Jfc Co.. Undertaker.
Lndy rtitnnfc 273 Third it. Tel. O.
F. S. Dnnnlnjr, Cnderialcer. 414 East
Alder. Lady Assistant. Both phone.
Floral pieces; cut flowers. Clarke
lro" 2SD MorrUon. Both phone.
NEW TODAY.
Bonds, Mortgages, Warrants
Will purchase approved bonds, warrants, and
make loans at lowest rates. W. H. Tear.
Chamber of Commerce.
MORTGAGE LOANS
On improved city apd farm property, at lowest
current rates. Bulldlnr loans. Installment
loans. Macmaster & Blrrell, 211 Worcester blk.
$100 REWARD
Is offered for the apprehension and conviction
of the murderer or murderers of H. R, Dickel.
Minerva Lodge, No. 10, L O. O. F. By order
of Emil Frey. N. G.
FARMER WANTED
Married man, with good credentials, a prac
tical farmer and a willing worker, wanting a
a good home, on salary, near school and post
onicf, may apply on place. Base Lino road. 13
miles east of Portland and U mile north No. 8
schoolhouse. A T. Webb. Prop".
BUTTER LOWER.
A DROP OF 5 CENTS PER ROLL.
Bert creamery butter. 50c and 53c
Creamery butter... 45c and 50c
Dairy butter , 40c and 45e
2 doen eggs for...................... 45;
Sugar-cured hams ............. .V. .."".". Vl'c
Best side bacon, smoked. ..10c
All roods retailed, at wholesale prices. "
LA GRANDE CREAMERY. 204 Yamhill.
VALUABLE
HISTORIC CURIOS
AT AUCTION
An Indian basket and a peculiarly carved
wooden vessel, owned by Captain Jack, the
chief of. the Modocs. at the time of their de
fense of the Lava Beds, win be offered at
public auction ON THURSDAY NEXT, at 10
A M.. at 411 Washington tt. Also at tho
same time an old mahogany sofa, left at Fort
Vancouver by U. S. Grant. These articles, so
historically connected, have been In the pos
session of a family for many years, and. are
uthcntlcslly vouched for.
. I K. OILMAN, Auctioneer.
&
AMUSEMENTS.
CORDRAY'S THEATER
Engagement Extraordinary! For Three lights
Only Sunday. Monday, Tuesday, Oct. 14,
15, 10 of the Eminent Comedian,
FERRIS HARTMAN.'and the TIVOLI OPERA
HOUSE COMPANY, from the Tivoll Opera
House. S. F.,XaL, in the. Great Musical. Far
cical Comedy,
"SHIP-AHOY!"
50 people on the stage Special scenery, cos
tumes and effects. Bright music. Catchy
songs'. Latest jokes. Big chorus of pretty girls.
Prices 25c. 50c, 75c Sale" of seats now open.
CORDRAY'S THEATER
Four nights, commencing Wednesday even
ing, Oct. 17 (Matinee Saturday), a production
that may appropriately be termed "The Light
of Russia." RUSCO & HOLLAND'S phenom
enally popular and successful melodrama,
"FOR HER SAKE,"
Beaming with barbaric romance and realism.
Massive and masterly reproductions. Supreme
ly novel scenic and spectacular effects. The
.misdeeds of the mighty now unmasked. A
.flawless play, founded on truth. The tower
ing triumph of two continents. Prices 25c and
50c; box and loge -seats, 75c and SI.
METROPOLITAN THEATER -Phone
Grant 741. Third and Yamhill sts.
CLARENCE H. JONES. Manager.
Tonight and all week. (Not all Kids with
"Kelly's Kids"), first time here, the New York
World's latest laughing success,
"KELLY'S KIDS."
Direct from Manhattan Theater, New York.
1000 laurhs tonight. A scenic reyelatlon. In
troducing these farceurs: The Otts, Boulden
and Griffin. 4 Carnations. Grlflln and Grlfllf.
Newsboys' Quartet, Female Quartet, the Rag
time Trio, and 15 others.
FREDERICKSBURG
SEVENTH AND ALDER
HARRY LEWIS AND MARJORIE LAKE.
The Darktown Swells.
FAIRBANKS BROS..
ICovelty Club Swingers and Jugglers.
MARCO BROS..
Acrobats and Contortionists.
MORRISON. Descriptive Vocalist
AGNES FREED. In Latest Songs.
MAE LEONDOR. Always Bewitching,
NEW TODAY.
FOR SALE ALL OR TART OF HALF
block. South Portland, with modern S-room
house and 5-roorn coltaee; one block car-
line; easy payments, can uregon pnone,
Front 972.
FOR RENT ON EAST SIDE. S-ROOM, COT
tage. Parrish & Watklns, 250 Alder.
INVESTMENTS
Bonds, warrants and local stocks bought and
sold. J. W Cruthers & Co.. Chamber of Com,
5 MORTGAGE LOANS-5
On approved Portland city real estate.
Title Guarantee & Trust Co.
7 Chamner of Commerce.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE,
BY ORDER OF THE COURT. I WILL' OF
fer for sal6 that very desirable, property
known as the Oatman place; It Is juut at
eastern city limits, on car'line. The property
contains 35 acres, all in cultivation, with
old orchard of 10 acres and young "orchard of
5 acres, all In. bearing; fine lO-room house,
barns, etc I will sell the entire place ot 25
acres, or will divide in 7 tracts ofc S acres
each. Any one of those tracts will make a
fine home, and can now be bought at a very
low figure. For any information inquire of
S. W. Church. Administrator. Third and Clay
streets.
100x72 ON YAMHILL, NEAR HIGH SCHOOL,
with 9-room modern house; the ground alone
Is worth $10,000; with room to build an
other large house or flats; our price for a
short time, $0750.
50x100 feet, corner of Corbett and Gibbs,
We have houses from $1000 up; bargains.
Improved farm, house, barn, 10 acres
orchard bearing. 100 acres bottom land,
$2000. MONTAGUE & BORDEN.
228 Stark St.
WE HAVE PROPERT1 OF ALL KINDS
and In all .parts of the city and suburbs, for
sale at lowest srices. and can make better
term"! than others, as we handle property
owned principally by mortgage companies.
Call and see our Ust. as we have somi special
bargains on hand, and will drive you out to
see the properly. It will cost you nothing to
look it over. Gr!ndEta.rr & Blain, 210 Stark
street.
$1050 5-ROOM COTTAGE. ALBINA. INST.
$553 1-room cottage. Highland. ,lnst.
$lH0MJ-room, house, S. Portland. Inst.
STOO-T-rcom 'house, west slope Mount Ta
bor, installments; exceptional bargain.
$300 each 3 choice lots, Hanson's add.
TC5R 5-room cottage, Alblna Homestead,
Installments.
Room 012 Commercial Building.
FOR SALE OR WILL. TRADE FOR CITY
property and assume mortgage: a beautiful
suburban home of 4 acres, near two car
lines; has good S-room house, barn and
chicken-house; entire place In choice fruit;
water rlped. to barn. Inquire of S. W.
Church, Third and Clay sts:. city.
VERY CHOICEr NEW SUBURBAN SrROOM
house, barn, S lots, orchard, etc, cpmmand
ing view, for sale. ?500 less than cost of
Improvements; short distance out, near car
line; easy terms. Rlggen Real Estate Co..
20-31 McKay bldjg.
FOR SALE, OR TRADE FOR INSIDE RESI
dence .property A highly Improved 10-acre
tract. 2 miles east ofi Mount Tabor; low"
prlcea and easy terms made fcr a -quick sale.
Address A. T, Webb, Terry Or,
BARGAIN 15 LOTS FOR ONLY $3000. AD.
Joining best residence property on the West
Side in the city. Act promptly. F. V. An
drews & Co.. Hamilton building.
AT A GrJEAT SACRIFICE THE FINEST
quarter block In tho city, for the erection of
batFj most centrnllv located; $8750. David
S. Stearns, 240 Washington st.
MOUNT TABOR. WESTERN SLOPE 17
good acres or any portion thereof. Good
scenery, ?oIl and water. F. V. Andrews &
Co., Hamilton building.
TWO OR THREE CHOICE LOTS CHEAP, ON
East 2Sth St., about midway, between car
barn and furniture factors'. R. H. Dunn,
140 First st.
FOR SALE LOTS 0 AND 7. BLOCK 130.
Couch; price $3500: one-half cash. Bv Par
rish & Watklns, 250 Alder st.
CHEAP SUBURBAN HOME ON. CAR LINE.
Good S-room house. Basement, cow stable.
F 24, care Oregonlan.
$2250 FOR CHOICE 3-ACRE HOME SITE ON
Mount Tabor. Hart Land Co., 107 Sherlock
building.
SEE REIDT'S BARGAINS, WASHINGTON
block.
WANTEDREAL ESTATE.
WANTED ONE OR TWO LOTS AT SUNNY
slde or Mount Tabor, -with or without house;
must be cheap. B 2S, care Oregonlan.
WANTED SMALL HOUSE AND ONE QR,
two lots, for cash; must be bargain. F 20,
care Oregonlan.
FOR SALE FARMS.
STOCK AND FRUIT RANCH OF 870 ACRES
for sale; well watered, good soil: 30 acres
bearing orchard; only two miles from Oak
land, Douglas County. Or.; low price and easy
terms. Apply directly to the Pacific Mutual
Life Insurance Company, San Francisco, Cal.
IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE IN ALL
parts of Oregon and Washington; payments
made to suit, purchasers. For full particulars
as to various properties, apply to Macmaster
& Birrell. 311 Worcester Block.
20-ACRK FRUIT AND VEGETABLE TARM
for sale, tioat city; will pay for itself In
four years; ownei must sell at any sacri
fice. John Day. Vancouver, Wash.
FOR SALE JO ACRES, 5 MILES FROM THE
Dalles: iood fruit land; cheap. K 28. Ore
goninn. FOR RENT FARMS.
FOR RENT ABOUT C ACRES. WITH HOUSE
and good orchard, on Portland Heights. B.
Goldsmith, rAbington building.
FOR RENT GOOD GRAIN AND
farms. W. A Shaw. 110 1st.
STOCK
TXBIBE.H &ANDS FOR SALE.
TIMBER, 200,000 acres; mill sites, claims, log
ging chances, school lands, and scrip. J. L.
Martin Sr Co.. 601 Oregonlan bulidins.
BELGIAN HARES FOR SALE.
BUY YOUR BELGIAN HARES AT BONAN
xa Babbitry. Finest stock, lowest prices.
Captain Chandos at stud. 1570 Macadam
st., Fulton. Take S. car.
TO EXCHANGE.
FOR TRADE 240-XCRE RAn6h; SO CLEAR;
good timber; close to postotSce. W. G., Cot
tag Grove, Or
THE MOR$-riSTa.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
OLD-ESTABLISHED MERCHANDISE Busi
ness at Forest Grove for $2500; purchaser
can either buy or rent the building, Address
lock-box 323. Forest Qrove, Or.
FOR SALE TOOLS; CHOICE, ENTmE OUT
flt of blacksmith tools; reasonable. Inquire
before 10 A M. or after 5 P. M., 67 Park.
TYPEWRITERS; -ALL TtfAKEs! RENTED
and sold". . Expert repairing. Office supplies,
etc. coast Assncy Co.. 2W stark st.
LARGE STOCK OF VEHICLES.. HARNESS,
saddles, new and second-band; must go In 30
dayi. 8. Tomhnson. 21 1 Washington st
Stelaway upright $175, coat $630; Em
erson piano, 540; Kimball organ. $30. Mrs.
Martin. 104 1st.
FOR BEST FIR. OAK .AND ASH WOQBs GO
to Pioneer Wood Yard, foot of Morrison Bt
Phone "180. "
SOLID GOLD RINGS. ONLY $1; 'QUARAN
tijed. Uncle Myers. 143 Third, near Aider.
Magic lanterns, net?, Jjseond-hand, moving pic
tures. Bullard & Brock'. 131 Post, San Fran.
$10 FOR A NEW GAS COQKER; $2 CASH,
balance 92 per month. Gas Co.. 174 Ftb at
BEST DRY" FIR WOOD. HOOVER. 313
Water. Phonca Ore. South 651, Columbia 83.
FOR SALE SMALL. DAIRY, WITH GOOD
paying route. R 20. care Oregonlan.
Pianos.
NEW PIANQ FOR" REN-T VERY CHEAP.
Graves & Co.. 124 Sixth st,
HELP WANTED MALE.
BUCKERS. $2 5Q; BARKERS, $2 25: OTHER
loggers, $2' up; mill and yard hands, $1, 76
up: woodchoppers, 80c to $1: carpenters,
$2 50; Tock men, $2: metal polisher. $2 50;
farm hands, $25, to $30; cooks, -waiters, dlehi
washers, canvassers. Canadian Agency, 228
Morrison, Loggers' Headquarters." ,
BENCH HANDS, CABINETMAKERS AND
machine hands, flret-class sticker hands; one
year's work guaranteed; wages. $3.50. to $3.50;
men with chests, tools; fare advanced; no of
ficio fees. Apply 110 First St.. D. E. Budd &
Co.
Wanted Mining prospectors, for the Philip
pine Islands. Schooner Mildred E. wijl
sail from Seattle about Dec 1. For particu
lars, address D. g. Andmvs, Mgr. Philippine
Exploration Co., 118 Cherry st., Seattle, Wn.
SEVERAL GOOD QUARTZ MINERS FOR
work In Southern Oregon, who have had ex
perience with air drills; state references, and
experience. Address F 23, care Oregonlan.
ENERGETIC WORKERS TO DISTRIBUTE
circulars and samples; permanent occupation;
good pay; particulars for . stamp. Diat.
League, 40 W. .28th St., New York.
A QOOD AGENT FOR PORTRAITS. TRAV
eling expenses paid. Money every night.
Call at once., Portland Art .Company, 270
Oak st.
ADVERTISING SOLICITOR ESTABLISHED
labor Journal, with larger circulation. Lib
eral cash commission. Commoner, 140H
First.
TAILORS, FIRST-CLASS COATMAKERS;
steady, work. Charles Coopey. civil a i mili
tary taUor, 3d and Stark ts.
Files 'cured without operation.. No pain. No
detention from business. Box 517, City.
COMPETENT ELECTRICIAN WANTED. AP
nlv 305 Washington st.
HELP WANTED FEM ALE.
COOKS; WAITRESSES; SECOND WORK;
chambermaids; nurse girls; housekeepers;
housework of all kinds, $12 to $25; can
vassers. 'Canadian Parlors, 22C', Morrison.
GIRL WANTED FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work in family of two, Call today, after 0
A. M.. 431 Aider St., between 11th and 12th. "
Reliable firm wants 'qn industrious woman,
with good common school education: only
part time required. V 22, care Oregonlan.
X WOMAN TO DO THE COOKING. WASH
Ing and iroijlnj In a private family; wage's'!
$30 per, month. 3S1 12th st.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR
general housework; good wages. 440",-Eas4
10th st. north, Irvlnston.
WANTED WOMAN.. OF EXPERIENCE.. TO
assirt in taking card of Inrant; good wages.
494 Taylor st - '
WANTED A NEAT GIRL TO ASSIST IN
upstairs and dining-room. Apply 225 11th st.
girl Wanted to do general house-.
work. Apply ' forenoons, 551 Lpvcjoy.
WANTED qiRL TO ASSIST IN 'GENERAL
housework. Call 351 West Park st.
COOK WANTED FOR PRIVATE FAMILY;
good waes. Call 255 AV. Park.
WANTED WOMAN TO DO GENERAL
housework. 208 Stark st. "
A GIRL TO ASSIST IN GENERAL HOUSE
work. 533 East Ankeny.
GOOD GIRL .OR WOMAN
room work. 89 Fifth.
FOR DINING -
WANTED 5d MORE WOMEN BY THE DAY
at 314 East Clay st.
WANTED GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE
work. 741 CUlFan.
SITUATION WANTED JALE.
SITUATION WANTED IN ANY CLERICAL
capacity, by young man. familiar with all
kinds office work; good bookkeeper and can
use typewriter. Address L 2S, care Orego
nlan. ENERGETIC AMBITIOUS MAN. 33 YEARS
old, married, desires a position of trust by
Nov. 1; of good address and characters; ex
cellent references. Address C H R, care Ore
gonlan. STEADY, HIGH-CLASS PIANO PLAYER
wlsbs situation. Latest and popular, mu
sic. State salary and particulars. Ad
dress Musician-, care Oregonlan.
AN ' EXPERIENCED HEAD WAITER.
l)ouse or kltehen steward dssires engage
ment. X 22, care Oregonlan.'
K
JAPANESE, GOOD YOUNG BOY, WANTS
position In any place; .help cooking or house
work. C 28. Oregonlan.
EXPERT STENOGRAPHER HAS ONE HOUR
each day unemployed. Owns machine. Ad
dress Box 807, Portland.
DRUGGIST; STEADY, COMPETENT DRUG
gist wants regular or relief work. VJ. M.
. Stanton, 304 Alder..
JAPANESE WANTS SITUATION GOOD
cook; general housework. S. M., 55 N. 4th st.
EXPERIENCED GARDENER WANTS Posi
tion. N 20. care Oregonlan.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
EXPERIENCED LADY WISHES SITUATION
as housekeeper; good cook; referencoa. Ad
dress R 27, care Oregonlan.
EXPERIENCED WOMAN COOK WANTS Po
sition In boarding-house or camp. Apply at
375 Washington.
A GERMAN LADY WANTS A PLACE AT
housekeeping. Address 3i Third at., cor.
Ankeny.
SITUATION WANTED TO CLEAN AND
sweep offices cr stores. A 28, care Oregonlan.
WANTED AGENTS.
$2500 A YEAR EASILY MADE BY HUST
ling agents, handling our white and fancy
rubber collars, cuffs and neckties. Patented
and guaranteed goods. Our- campaign ties
are winners. Liberal commission: exclusive
territory. Send stamp for special plan, terms,
etc. M. & M. Mnfg. Co.. Sprlpgfleld, Mass.
AGENTS HISTORY OF GALVESTON' "HO'lt
ror." Price, $1.50. Great opportunity to
make money. Outfit free. S. C. Miller &
Co.. 327 Imperial Hotel. Portland, Or.
WASTED-TO RENT.
WANTED BY GENTLEMAN AND WIFE
(no children), a furnished houso or flat of
4 or 5 rooms in respectahle neighborhood,
by October 20. Address V 20, Oregonlan
office.
W ANTED MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED '150 HORSE - POWER HIGH
speed electrlc-ljght engine, new, or second
hand. If In prime condition: state make, size,
condition, and price. Address Gray's Harbor
Commercial Co(l Cosmopolls, Wash.
WANTED 100 BELGIAN HARES, WILD
game, etc. Vlnce's Marino, Fourth and Al
der. Wanted Rooming-house, central. State low
est cash price and location. E 25, Oregonlan.
CAST-OFF CLOTHING AT MAINE LOAN
Office, 70 N. 3d st, Oreron shone Clay C82.
OREGONUtf. TtJESLU.'Sv
FOR RENT.
Rooms.
THE SPALDING, S. E. COR. PARK AND
Alder sts.. under the management of "the
owner, Helen F. Spalding The most complete
apartmeqt-bouse ifl, the Northwest; choice
rooms, fori gentlemen or gentleman and wife;
furnished "housekeeping smfes a specialty.
THE PLBASANTON, 288 THIRD ST. FINE
furnished rooms,, en suite, single, or houao
kecplngl'sunltghtln all roomsrfbath Included;
most reasonable terms; transient solicited.
THE NEWCASTLE. &. E. COR. THIRD ANP
Harrison sts. Rooms, furnished or unfur
nished, all modern conveniences; 'references.
ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ROOMS; LOCA
tlon unsurpassed for gentlemen transients; $1
per day: . The Cosmos, Fourth apd" Mprrlson.
WELL-FURNISHED MODERN HOUSE, DE
sirablo location; gentlemen anlyl' 120 14th,
between Alder and Washington; reference.
OCCnJENTAL. FIRST AND MORRISON
sts. Rooms, suites and single, housekeep
ing; overy ' convenience; reasonable.
TWO LARGE. SUNNY BAY - WINDOW
rooms, suitable for two; modern Improve
ments; reasonable. 395 Salmon st.
ELEGANT FURNISHE1 ROOMS AT 330
Madison; gas, bath, heat: everything con
venient;.. Phone West 1230.
THE STEVENS. 42l ALDER ST. FINE FUR
nlshed rooms; baths; phone; all modern con
veniences; no children.
414 YAMHILL ST. PEASANT ROOMS. FOR
gentlemen) steam heat, bath, telephone, all
modern conveniences.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS. FIRST NA-tlonal-Bank
building. First and Washington.
Phone Black 039. -
474 ALDER ST. NEWLY FURNISHED. ELE
gant rooms, suitable for gentlemen; all mod
ern conveniences.
11TH ST., 258 FURNISHED FRONT. AL-V
covo room; also single; all conveniences; pri
vate family. ' '.
THE RUSSEL. CORNER MORRISON AND
Fourth sts., over Steinbach's store Rooms
for rent.
420 BURNSIDE ST. NEWLY FURNISHED
rooms; all conveniences; rent reasonable.
314 MADISON-; FRONT ROOM NEWLY FUR
nlshed, for one or two gentlemen.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOM, C55 FLAN-
aer? st., Detween imn ana zist st-
FOR RENT 8 OR 9 UNFURNISHED ROOMS.
Inquire 30S Alder st.
Roams With Board.
ONE LARGE FRONT ROOM. WITH LARGE
alcove, southeast w,lndow,s; gocjl board and
modern conveniences; roem.-sultable for man
and wife pr two. gepilemen; also single room,
for rent, with board, Address X 111. care
Oregonlan, '
PORTLAND WQMEN;S UNION: 13TH.YEAR;
rooms with board; enameled bath tubs; use
of library; Woman's Exchange; Industrial
school. Address Mrs,. E. C. George," superin
tendent, 510 Flandsrs1 street. ,J
THE COLONIAL, 105 10TH ST. FRONT
room, first floor; 'suitable for a couple. Table
boarders can be accommodated.
PLEASANT ROOMS, WITi? BOARD; GOOD
location; terms reasonable; gas, bath, telephone-
533 East Ankeny.
ONE SUITE OF FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH
board; with English family. 215 12th, cor.
Salman. '"
DESIRABLE ROOMS, WITH FIRST-CLASS
board. The Sterling, 535 Couch. St., corner
16th.
175 1STH ST. ROOMS. BOTH SINGLE AND
double, tyith board; reasonaMo rates.
TO RENT ONE LARGE FRONT ROOM AT
Mrs. Hill's,' 161 23d.
HotiJ:elcc?jilnjc Rooxns.
TWO OR THREE UNFURNISHED OR PART
, ly , furnished rooms, connected, first ltoor;
modern conveyances. 313 14th.
NICELY FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
, rooms, on first floor; very central. 20S Fifth,
( bftwoen Taylor and Salmon.
PASO ROBLES. 308', FIRST ST. DESIRA
3, ble rooms, furnished, fbr. gantlemen, -transients
rind housekeeping.
FOR- RENT NICELY FURNISHED HOUSE
kceping rooms; all modern conveniences; no
children. 214 ISyi stv t
3SG JEFFERSON ST. FLAT 3 ROOMS. FUR
nished;. also suite ot two rooms; central lo
cation; reference. ,
FOUR COMPLETELY FURNISHED ROOMS
for houe'tCepinr-. "471 Everett, between 12th
and -lSthj streets. ,
. j
NICELY FURNISHED roOMS 'BY THE
week, and transient. 221 Morrion st.
OAK -ST.. 327, NEAR SIXTH TWO FUR
nlt'hed room?, for fcoiuokeeninr.
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR HOUSEXEEP
ing. 271 Baker st.
Houses.
FOR RENT FIRRT-CT.ASS 8-ROOM MOD
en house; porcelain bathtub, fumaco. firo
rlpxe nr.d gas. etc.: cholocst ligation. 1S5
Eat 12th st.. near Bslmcnt. Call at house.
MOrEBN 0-ROOM HOUSB WOT RENT,
quire Portland Markbt 170 3d st.
IN-
Fnrnf.nhcO nqnuM.
?10 Pr.R MONTH FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE,
furnished complete for hnuspkceolnE:: yprd,
with trceFi.free water and telephony. Ore
gon telephone Union 545.
MODERN S-ROOM HOUS,. NTOELY FUR
pished: will maUn it decided ohlect for T"id-dle-aced
or ldprlv couple without children
to take It. 007 IrvtnK ft.
ELEGANT O-OOM RESIDENCE. COM
pletely furnished; fn lnwn of two lots:
tprro! vory reasonable. Apply at room 3,
Hamilton Bid.
WELL - FTr"N,!RHET HOUSE. NIC TJ
growpd. flpwern: jrood location; one block
from car. 401 12th rt. '
$-n Tr"- MO.NTTI ."-pnTj fnTTc-v t-t-t;-nifhrd
complete for housekeeping. 110 Pen
noyer st.; near Hood.
FURNISHED COTTAGE, TO PESPONBTRLE
parties, for lonnr time. 515 East Washing
ton, cor. East 11th.
I MOTTF"", WETJ, . FURMTHED HOUSE.
Apply fro o a 555 Yamhill st.
Honscs for novt Fnrnitnrc for Sale.
FURNITURE OF 10
sale; house for rent.
ROOM HOUSE FOR
214 13th st.
Stores.
FOR RENT STORE, 41 FIRST ST.. COR
Ash. R. L. Gllsan, 420 Chamber Commerce."
Offices.
Entire space on sixth floor, Goodnough bldg -formerly
occupied by Portland Business Col
lege; space 100x100, large halls, and fine
suites of offices: for rent In whole or In part
well lighted, heated, elevator service, etc
Apply J. M. Peebles. 204 Goodnough bldg.
FOR RENT PART OF A FURNISHED OF
flce; good location; cheap rent. Address S
24. Oregonlan. .,
FINANCIAL.
LOANS WITHOUT PUBLICITY ON FURNf-
'ture, pianos, salaries, etc. Can be paid in
installments, reducing interest. Rates lower
than the lowest. F. W. Graves, Mgr., 124
0th, near Wash, (ground floor). Tel. Oak 1331.
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 850.
$200,000 TO LOAN AT 5. 0, 7 RER CENT.
City and suburban property for sole and rent.
Agent, for Westchester Fire Insurance Co:
Wm. G. Beck, 321 Morrison st.
MONEY LOANED ON BICYCLES, PIANOS,
furniture and other securities. . W A. Hath
away, room 10 Wash. bldg. Phone South 781.
LOANS ON MINING STOCK, FURNITURE,
real estate or other securities. 128 Third st.,
C. H. Thompson's Cut-Rate' Ticket Office.
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS FROM $5 TO
$500, on all classes of security. R. I. Ecker
son & Co., room 5 Washington bulldjng.
LOANS ON FURNITURE. PIANOS AND
other securities; lowest rates; private. S. W.
King, room 45 Washington building.
MONEY TO LOAN ON CHATTEL SECUBI
ty. Phone Red 2853. R. A. Frame, 519 Tho
Marquam. f
MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL KINDS OF SE-
curlty. Wm. Holl. room 0 Washington bldg.
OCTOBER. 16, 1QQ0.
FINANCIAL,
MONEY TO LOAN. 0 per cent, farm or city
N property. O. M. Smith, 3 Ch. of Commerce.
LOANS on chattels. salarfeSr etc., low rates.
See us flret. Mann & Co.. 004 Dekum hldg.
g WJ T-? -W
PERSONALS.
17 women wanted suffering from Irregular,
painful periods; leucqrrhoea,f(whttes),.ftnd all
complicated diseases pertaining' to changes of
life, cured by old Dr. Kesaler. cqr. bficond
and Yamhill sts. 329 women called last
month. Consultation i rae, and. private rooms
for ladies. If can't call, write. Inclosing 10
2c stamps. Hundreds treated at home by his
new system.
S.EE GREAT INDIAN ,MEDIUM, BORN
With double veils; tells past, present and
future; warns against misfortune; aure guide
'to social and business life; confidential; neals
all diseases by the use of Indian herbs. Mrs.
Prof. Wheatley Howe, 132 Third St.. cor.
Alder, upstairs; offices S, u, T, Special at
tention given chronic diseases of both sexes.
RHEUMATISM IN EVERY FORM Posi
tively cured or money refunded; also all
throat and lung .troubles, kidney and liver
iioqbles. Insomnia and all nervous and do
bllltated affections quickly cured. Consulta
tion free; booklet frea by mail. Address Dr.
C. W, Eman & Co., 18 Russel -building, Port
land, Or.
LADIES. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY A
genuine aealskm jacket worth $350 for $100.
Have your fur garments remodeled for lew
than half price. First-elass. work;' excellent
lit guaranteed; 30 yea' experience; refer
ences. G, Konlgsberg. 210 Ailsky bldg.. 3d
and Morrison. Old and new furs, bought.
ELECTRIC PARLOR8. 193 FIRST STREET,
-treats all scalp diseases and guarantee to
restoregray" hair to -natural -cokr. without
dye; removes wrinkles and all blemishes from
face; also removes superfluous hair from the
face without pain; "enlarging busts a spe
cialty. Oregon Phone. West 135.
DRESS SUITS RENTED, ALL SIZES. WE
call for,' sponge, press and deliver one suit of
'. your clothing each week, sew on buttons, sew
up rips, for $1 per month. Dyeing, steam
cleaning and repairing. Unique Tailoring Co.,
347 Washington, both phones.
BLAZIBR'S CONCERT HALL
BLAZIER'S CONCERT HALL
248 BURNSIDE STREET.
243 BURNSIDE STREET
Sole Agent O. P. S. Bourbon. Also handling
Three Crown Crus Noble.
THE PORTLAND- CLUB, INC., A PLACE OF
amusement and recreation for gentlemen, 130
Fifth st. and 291 Alder. The cafe in con
nection carries the best line of liquors and
cigars the world produces.
WHY SUFFER WITH PAINFUL. SUP
press.ed .or irregular menstruation when per
manent relief can be obtained in the privacy
of your own home. For particulars, ad
dress Bot 317, City.
D7 PARTY WHO STOLE RINGS FROM
lady on evening- of Sept.30 will return tho
same, a liberal reward will be given, and
no questions; asked. Address O 22, care Ore
gonlan. MANLY VIGOR RESTORED BY DR. ROB
'erts' Nerve Globules. One month's treatment,
$2; 3 months '5. Srtit securely sealed by
mall. Afcents, Woodard & Clarke, Portland,
Or,
"A. LIPFMAN, HIGH - GRADE LADIES'
tailor, Brooke bldg.. Seventh and WashlnK-
ton. Suits made, $25 up; ladles' own goods,
$12.50. 30. days only. FalL goods arrived.
SEX-INE -RESTORES, SEX-INE REPLACES
what la worn or lost in your nerves; $1 per
box. ou 0 for $5, at Clemehson's drug store,
227 Yamhill St., Portland, Or.
ILLOND'S PREVENTIVE CONES. AN UN
equaled antiseptic; no failure; per box. $1.00;
sample, 10c, Ulond Chem. Co., Portland. P.
' o; box 974.
LADIES SHOULD KNOW THAT TUMORS
have and can be cured without the use of the
Knife To learn how, address P. O. box 317.
city.
YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS ARE MORE AC-
curately and reasonably filled at Eyssell's
Pharmacy. 227 Morrison st.. bet. 1st and 2d.
WE PRINT 30 FINE VISITING CARDS. 25c;
50, 35c; 250 business cards, $1; 500, $1.50.
Brown Jt Schmale, 220 First St., Portland.
21 CARBON FINISH STAMP PHOTOS FOR
25c and photo button frse. Penny Photo Co.,
Washington, between Second and Third.
FRITZ' CONCERT HALL; largest cafe on Pa
cific Coasts 21Qi.to 240 Bumslde. Wclnhard's
beer on draught. Clubrooms upstairs.'
LAX1NE, A WINKER FOR STOMACH AND
bowels Sold by Model Drug Store, 95 Grand
avc.; Knlzlit, 120 Sixth bt.
THE ONLY SCIENTIFIC MASSEUSE. CHI
ropqdist and manicurist In the Northwest.
20-Raleigh block.
GET MARRIED ON NEW PLAN. SEND 2
cent stam? for circular. Address Box 858,
Milwaukee. WK
CLOTHES MENDED FOR LADIES AND
gentlemen. Apply 'at room 45, Lnbbe bldg.
Respectable pinrlo men and women wishirg to
become acquainted, address P. O. box 350.
WOULD YOU MARPV IF SUITED? SEND
stamp to lock box 061, Portland Or.
MRS. DR.
First St..
McCOY. electric treatments. 133J.J
cor. Alder, rooms 38 and 30. .
SPECIAL NOTICES.
Propamils Invited.
PROPOSALS FOR SUBSISTENCE Sup
plies OJIlce of Purchasing Commissary, Snn
Francisco, Cal., Octobar 5, 1000. Sealed pro
posals for furnishing and delivering of such
quantities of subsistence supplies, delivered
nt such wharf or wharves or such ware
houses in San Francisco, Cal., as per circular
to be seen at this office, will be received
here until 11 o'clock A. M.. Tuesday. Octo
ber 10. 1000, and opened Immediately there
after in presence of bidders. Specifications,
general instructions to bidders and blank
form of proporal will be furnished to estab
lished dealers on application to W. H. BALD
WIN, Major and C. S., U. S. Army, Pur
chasing Commissary.
PROPOSALS FOR FORAGE QUARTER M in
ter's Office, Seattle, Wash., Oct. 10, 1000
Sealed proposals, in duplicate, will ba re
celvod here until 11 A. M., Saturday. Oct.
20. 1900, for furnishing at Seattle or Tacoma
2500 tons double'-compresscd baled hay, and
2500 tons oats, for shipment. For specifica
tions and all further Information apply to
this office. Rlrht reserved to accept or re
ject any or all bids or parts of bids. Mark
envelopes cpntainlng prqposals, "Proposals
for forage," and address to MAJOR GEORGE
RUHLEN. Quartermaster, U. S. Army.
OFFICE OF C. Q. M., VANCOUVER BAR
racks. Wash., October 13, 1000. Wanted by
the United States, 500 cavalry horses, more
or less. Dealers will be advised of de
scriptions, etc., by conspicuously posted hand
bills in their respective localities and dates
when an Inspector will bo present to Inspect
such animals a may be presented. J. W.
Jacobs, C, Q. M.
Masters' Notice.
FRENCH BARK ADMIRAL COURBET. CAP-,
tain Crequer, master, from Nantes Nolther
the captain nor the undersigned consignees of
the above-named vessel will be responsible
for any debt that may bo contracted by the
crew. .b.erT, umoro s -o.
1
BRITISH SHIP KILMORY. CAPTAIN COR
rance Neither the master nor the under
Blgned will be responsible for any debts con
tracted by the crew of tlje above-named ves
sel at thl3 port. The Portland Flouring MlUa
Co., Consignees.
FRENCH BARQUE EUROPE, CAPT. MUL
ler Neither the master nor tha undersigned
will bo responsible for any debts contracted
by the crew of the abcve-nanied vessel at
thl3 port. The Portland Flouring Mills Co.,
Consignees.
Stockholders' Meeting.
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING THERE WILL
be an annual meeting of tho stockholders of
the Columbia River & Puget Sound Naviga
tion Company held at their office, foot of
Alder St., Portland, 'Or., Tuesday. October
10, 1800, at 2 o'clock P. M., for the purpose
of electlns a Board of Directors to serve
during tho coming year. Also for tho trans
action of such other busiens3 as may come
regularly before them.
E W. CRICHTON, Secretary.
October 0. 1900.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST GENTLEMAN'S WATCH FOB AND
locket. Inscription on both sides, photos In
side. Reward. Chas. S. Konlgsberg, 25
North Grand avp.. East Portland.
LOST LADY'S PURSE, CONTAINING $25
gold and somo silver. Return 122JJ Union
aye.. East Side. Reward.
BUSINESS CHANCES.
ROOMING HOUSES, ANY SIZE OR PRICE;
grocery, stores; restaurants: country stores
and hotels; clrar, candy and fruit stores;
saloon?; bakeries, Money loaned. All deals
handled by us warranted to be straight.
JENNINGS & CO,, 800 Morrison St.
BUSINESS CHANCES.
TO BUTCHERS AND MARKET MEN YOU
can rent of me a well-arranged meat mar
ket, corner building, with fixtures In place;
xood and popular location; at very reason
able rent; a man with paeans and energy is
sure to make it win. X. Kraemer. Commer
cial block.
FOR. SALE-DENTAL PRACTICE. FURNI
ture invoice : good business; mining- town,
population 1G00; Address Dentist, care Ore
gonlan. PATENT FOR SALE EASY MANUFAC
tured; largo profits; lady or gentleman; In
vestigate this. X 23. core Oregonlan.
A GOOD. WELL-LOCATED GftOCEnT BUSI--ness
for sale. Ames Mercantile Agency, sus-3-5
Abington building.
GOQD -PAYING BUTCHER SHOP; TOWN
2500; a bargain; fine location. T 21. care
Oregonlan-
SALOON FOR SALE; FINE LOCATION,
quire 210 Third St.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
Afternoon Kladergprten.
MISS ANND3 MATTINGLY'S FROEBEL KIN
dergarten. Ore phone. Brown 013. 209 14th.
Attorneys.
EDWARD T. TAGQART. ATTORNEY - AT
law, general practice, 518 Chamber of Com
merce. J, W. RANSOM. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW AND
counselor. Bates Bank bldg.. Portland, Or.
C. H. PIGGOTT. lawyer and notary; collec
tions. Room 4 Mulkey bldg.. Portland, Or.
Assayers and Analysts.
J. H. FISK. MINERAL AS3AYER AND
chemist, gold dust bought- 204 Washington.
PAUL BAUMEL. ASSAYER AE ANALYST;
gold dust bought. 228. Stark.st.
Aarvlcnltnral Implements, Machinery.
JOHN POOLE; Nawton wagons, buggies, wind
mills, pumps, machinery. Foot Morrison sU
Book: rifftres.
J. K. GILL & QO WHOLESALE AND RE
tall booksellers and stationers, 133-35 3d st-
Coal Dealers.
VULCAN JZOAL CO., dealers In house, steam
and blacksmith coals.' Also foundry coke.
Front St.. near Gllsan. Ore. tel.. Red 17C8.
Carpenters and Builders.
JOHN A. MELTON, carpenter, builder: office
and atoye fixtures. Ore. tel. 747. 305 Stark.
Chiropodists and Manicuring.
L. MITCHELL. FIRST LICENSED EXPERT
chiropodist; patronized by Portland's 400; no.
extra cnargo for calllnsr at residence, umce
ICQ Fifth, opposite P. a TeU Hood 014.
WM. DEVENY &. MAUD DEVENY. THE
only scientific chiropodist?, paTlors 301 Alisky
bldg., 3d and Morrison. Ore. phone. Grant 10.
THE ONLY SCIENTIFIC MASSEUSE. CHI
lopodlst and manicurist In tho Northwest.
20 Raleigh block.
Clairvqyants.
Mme. Dr. Herzog, from Berlin, scientific re
vealer; tells entire life, past, present and fu
ture; consultation on all affairs; nothing ex
cepted; namec given; goad advice; sure help;
mistake impossible; imports genuine gypsy
love powder. Fee, $1; letter, $2. 363 Alder.
Commission Merchants.
HERMAN METZGER. PURCHASER OF
hides, pelts, furs, wool, mohair, tallow, old
rubber and old metnl, and general commis
sion merchant. Front st.. near Main. Port
land, Or. Cash advances on consignments.
TAYLOR. YOUNG & CO., SHD? . BROKERS
and commission merchants. Sherlock bldg.,
Portland, Or.
ALLEN & LEWIS. COMMISSION AND PRO
duce merchant-?. Front & D sts., Portland, Or.
EVERDING &. FARRELL. commission, butter,
eggs, chickens and farm produce. Portland.
Cornices Skylights.
METAL SKYLIGHTS. GALVANIZED DSON
cornices. J. C. Bayer, 2C5 Second, st.
Dnncingr.
MISSES MATTlNGLY ACADEMY OF DANC
ing. 200 I4th. Prlvat6 lessous by appointment.
DANCING AND DRAMATIC ELOCUTION.
Mrs. Larowe, 23d and Kearney. Tel. 11 to 3.
Dentists.
DR. B. H. FISHER.
717 Tho Dekum.
PHONE HOOD 800.
Dyeing and Cleaning.
H. W. TURNER. PROFESSIONAL DYER
and cleaner. 301 17th. Tel. Red 131.
Electrolysis.
A beautiful complexion may De had by treat-
Sient at tbc hands of the renowned Mrs. F.
onstance Wallace, the expert on facial
massage, which treatment will positively re
move wrinkles, pimples, freckles. moth
patches, blackheads, tan and sunburn; hollow
checks filled out; scalp scientifically treated.
Rocm 70 Le-n is bldg.. Morrison and Park sts.
Fence and Wire Works.
OLD EAST PORTLAND FENCE AND WIRE
Works. A. Carloon. 2S9 East Morrison st.
Hair Dressing and Manlcnrlng.
ROSENTHAL SISTERS, 160 FIFTH. OPP.
P. O. Switches a specialty. Phono Hood 914.
Harness and Snd,dles.
.BREYMAN LEATHER CO,, WHOLESALE
saddle and harness manufacturers. . saddlery
hardware, findings and shoe store supplies;
leather of all kinds. 73 Front st.
THE GEORGE LAWRENCE CO., WHOLE
sale saddlers and harness manufacturers,
leather and saddlery hardware, 72 Front st.
Iron Founders. Mach'sts, Ship B'ld'rs.
Wolff & Zwicker Iron Works; designers and
mfrs. ot .ships, steamboats, marine, mining
and milling machinery; riveted steel pipe.
Smith & Watson Iron Works; engines and boil
ers; logging engines a specialty; quartz and
saw mills; misc. machinery. Front and Hall.
Insurance.
Order of Washington, foremost fraternal so
ciety of N. W.; protects the living; fixed pay
ments eliminate doubtful "dividends." J.-L.
Mltohell. Sup. Sec'y, 0I2-G15 Marquam bldg.
HAMBURG-BREMEN FIRE INS. CO.. 102
First st. Boyd & Arnold. General Agent3.
Magnetic and Mental Healing.
Magnetic Healer Mrs. Dr. Watson, from Chi
cago, positively cures rupture, no matter how
long a standing; rheumatism, tumors, nerv
ousness, chronic sores, female troubles. 10 to
12. 1 to 4 P. M., 192 Fifth St.. cor. Taylor.
Mrs. C. J. Maple, magnetic healer (Woltmer
method), office treatment and college courses
given. 221 Goodnough bldg., 5th &j Yamhill.
Maaaagc.
MRS. DR. THOMAS BEIGHEL, ELEC
trlclan. Turkish vapor baths, massage and
chiropodist. 122& Fifth, cor. Washington.
"THE SNOWDEN" TUB AND VAPOR
baths, massage, electricity. 131$ Fourth,
near Alder. Phone Red 421.
THE ONLY SCIENTIFIC MASSEUSE. CHI
ropodlst and manicurist In tho Northwest.
20 Raleigh block.
SELECT MASSAGE and magnetic treatments;
lady from S. F. Parlor 20, 238 Stark st.
Manufacturer of Ladies' Goods.
LADIES' SILK WAISTS AND WRAPPERS,
fancy white goods, silk underwear made to
order. Sing Chong Co., 333 Morrison.
Marble and Granite Works.
LARGEST, BEST STOCK OF MONUMENTS
in city, at cost, to reduce stock before mov
ing Sown town. Weeks, 720 Front st.
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS; marble, gran
ite and stone work. Schanen & Neu, 203 1st.
Medical.
LADIES I CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PENNY
royal Pills, arc the best. Safe, reliable. Take
no other. Send 4c. stamps, for particulars.
"Relief for Ladles." In letter by return mall.
Ask your druggist. Chichester Chemical Co.,
Philadelphia. Pa.
PAUL CROMWELL. THE COLORED SPE
clallst. has opened up his office at 347 Front,
and will sell 111? medicine as usual. Medi
cines for all kinds of chronic diseases.
Mining Machinery.
Ottumwa mining hplsts. dynamos, motors, saw
mills, etc. Tatum & Bowen, 2Q-35 First st-
BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
3InslcaI.
Lessons 50c; piano, guitar, banjo, mandolin, via.
lln instruments for sale. Mrs. Martin, 104 I3J
BMIL THIELHORN. room 1 McKay bids.. 3J
and Stark. Lessons on violin, viola, cornet.
Nuricrlen.
J. B. PILKINGTON, grower and Importer of
fine nursery stock: tree, shrubs, vines, etc.
Shade treesplanted. Depot. 20th and Belmont
(formerly Hanson's). Ore. phone Blue 833.
Ojtteopntliy.
Dr. W. A. Rogers and Dr. Rhoda C. Hicks
graduates umier Dr. A. T. Still, tho foundet
of Osteopathy: consultation and diagnosis
free. 532-3-4 Marquam bjdg. Phone Main 27.
DR. R- B. NORTHRUP. Osteopath, suite 4U
Dekum bids. Investigation respectfully so.
llcltcd; examination free. Phone Main 340.
DR. L. B. SMITH, PIONEER OSTEOPATH,
suite 400 Oregonlan building. Phone Oak 431.
Specialists.
Bertha A. Trulllnger. specialist: complexion,
scalp treatments, manicuring. Parlors 25-20.
Rusael bldg.. 4th &. Morr, Phono Front 3T5.
Patents.
T. J. GEISLBR, 010-611 CHAMBER OF COM.
Registered attorney U. S. Patent Office.
Palinlatry.
MRS. L. BURHANS. SCIENTIFIC PALM
tst. Maaleay bullying, room 200, second floor;
10 A. M. to 3 P. M. and from 7 to 9 P, M.
Reading, 50c and $1.
Larson the palmist, reads when all leadlns
events take place, past and future; acienthlo
readings. 50c. Alisky building, room 210.
Miss A M. Stevenson, scientific palmist and
psychic; reads-past, present, future. 300 1st.
MRS. H. C. WILBUR. PHRENOLOGIST AND
palmist, 103 First, cor. Morrison.
Physicians and Surjjeonn.
Dr. Flora A. Brown; diseases of women and
children a specialty. Consultation and diag
nosis free. 517-518 The Dekum, Portland. Or.
DR. JAMES DICKSON. SPECIALIST IN KID
ney and skin diseases. Odd Fellows Temple.
Portland Rldina Clnha.
LIVERY AND BOARDING; LADIES' AND
gentlemen's saddle horses. 354 Jefferson
Safes.
SAFES. SAFES, BANK WORK. LOCK DEPT..
opening lockouts, repairs. J. E. Davis. 00 3d.
Saw Mill Machinery.
Chrlstenson-McMaster Machinery Co.; new and
2d-hand machinery. E. Water and E, Taylor.
Showcases and Store Fixtures.
DIXON. BORGESON
Washington sts.
& CO., FRONT AND
Spiritualists.
MRS. WALLACE. RELIABLE CLAIRVOY
ant and psychic life reader; consult her on
business affairs, love trouble), absent friends;
good advice an mines; reading dally, 50c and
up. 107 First st, offices 7 and 8.
MRS. STEVENS. SPIRITUAL LTFB READ
er; sittings dally. 2214 Morrison st., rm. 22.
MRS. C. CORNELIUS. MEDIUM. 205 GOOD
nough bldg.. 5th & Yamhill; tel. Brown 441.
Storage.
OVERLAND STORAGE WAREHOUSE
Fourth and Davis. Merchandise a specialty.
Insurance rates low; storage rates reasonable.
Careful attention given to country consign
ments. Tel. Or. Main 777; Columbia 070.
SAFES. PIANOS, FURNITURE MOVED AND
packed for shipping. C. M. Olsen. 123 First.
Tel. office Main 1037: Black 801.
Storage and Transfer.
STORAGE AT LOW RATES CAN. BE HAD
at Fred Blckel's storehouse, 31 North Front.
Stoves, Range, Household H'llware.
Hardware; sole agt. Universal stoves & ranges;
housofurnlshlng goods. J. J. Kadderly. 141 1st
Tents and Awnings.
PORTLAND TENT & AWNING CO.; TENTS,
sails, awnings. 229 Ankeny. Tel. Grant 1501.
United States Pensions.
E. W. ALLEN, 513 CHAMBER OF COM
mere, pension attorney. 20 years experience.
C. F PFLUGER. NOTARY. 148 SECOND ST.
Rebellion and later war applications made.
Veterinary Hospital.
DR. R. H. POWER TREATS ALL DOMES
tlc animals. 303 Jefferson; phone Oak 1021.
Wholesale Confectioners..
B. E. MOTT. WHOLESALE CONFECTION
er. CO 1st st. ; distributor Honey-Moon Gum.
Wholesale Grocers.
ALLEN &. LEWIS. WHOLESALE GROCERS,
cor. N. Front and Davis sts.. Portland. Or.
MINING.
OREGON MINING STOCK EXCHANGE.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BUILDING.
OPEN CALL 10:30 O'CLOCK A. M. DAILY.
Reliable Brokers.
J. F. BOOTHE.
41T Commercial block
F. J. Hard & Co., Chamber of Commerce bldg.
Oregon Phono 810; Columbia Phono 230.
RANKS.
SAVINGS BANK
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY.
OF OREGON,
100 THIRD STREET.
Money to loan on mortgage.
A general trust and agency business transacted.
BENJ. I. COHEN ..........President
H. L. PITTOCK. A. S. NICHOLS.. Vico-Pres.
E. J. ALSTOCK, J. O. Goltra Secretaries
FIRST, NATIONAL BANK
OF PORTLAND, OR.
Designated Depository and Financial Agent ot
the United States, .u-iraife
President H. W. CORBETT
Vice-President ..A L. MILLS
Cashier Q. E. W1THINGTON
Assistant Cashier J. W. NEWKLKK
Second Assistant Cashier.. ...W. C. ALVQKD
Letters ot credit Issued, avallablo In Europo
and the Eastern states.
Sight exchange and telegraphic transfers sold
on New York, Boston, Cnicago, St. Louis, St.
Paul Omaha, San Francisco and the principal
polnta in the Northwest.
Sight and time bills drawn In sums to suit
on London, Paris, Berlin, Frankfort-on-the-Maln.
Hong Kong. Yokohama. Copenhagan.
Chrlsttanla. Stocknolm. St. Petersburg. Mos
cow. Zurich. Honolulu.
Collections made on favorable terms.
LADD & TILTON. BANKERS
ESTABLISHED IN 1859.
Transact a. General Banklnjr Business.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
Collections made at all points on favorabla
terms. Letters of credit issued Available lu
Europe and tho Eastern states.
Slgnt Exchange and Telegraphic Transfers
sold on New York, Washington, Chicago, St.
Louis, Denver, Omaha, San Francisco and vari
ous points in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Mon
tana and British Columbia,
Exchange sold on London. Paris, Berlin.
Frankfort and Hong Kong.
WELLS. FARGO & CO. BANK
CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS... 50,250,000
JOHN J. VALENTINE PRESIDENT
HOMER S. KING MANAGER
(San Francisco.)
R. M. DOOLY. CASHIER
JOHN E. MILES ASSISTANT CASHIER
(Portland.)
General Banking Business transacted. Ex
change sold, and Letters of Credit Issued,
available in all parts of the world.
MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
PORTLAND, OREGON.
J. FRANK WATSON President
R. L. DURHAM Vice-President
R. W. HOYT Cashier
GEO. W. HOYT.... Assistant Cashier
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING
BUSINESS.
Interest paid on time deposits.
Drafts and letters ot 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 Lombard stieet, London.
This bank transacts a general banking and
exchange business; makes loans, discounts bilU
and Isiiues commercial and travelora credits,
available in any city in the world.
Chamber of Commerce Building. Third and
Stark utreets. W. A MACRAE, Managor.
THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Drafts Issued available In all cities of tha
United States and Europe.
President TYLER WOODWARD
Vice-President JACOB KAMM
Cashier F. C. MILLER
BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
PAID-tp CAPITAL $3.000.00l
RESERVE 500,000
Head Office. 60 Lombard street. London.
Com'l Block, 244 Washington st. Portland.
R. LEA BARNES. Manager.