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THE MOBNItfQ- OEEGONIAN, , S ATUBDA' OCTOBER 27, 1900.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, Oct. 2C 8 P. L Maximum
temperature, 54; minimum t.emperature. 37j
river reading 4t ?1 A. M.j 5 5 feet; change is
the past 24 hoars, 5 foot; total precipitation,
5 P. M. to 5 3?. M., 0 01 Inch; total preclpitas
tlon since Sept. 1, 1900". "4 2$ Inches; normal
precipitation since Sept. I, 1900, D.01 inches;
deficiency, 0.73 inch: total sunshine Oct. 25,
2:01; possible sunshine Oct. 25, 1D,:24.
Pacific Cp&st "Weather.
K s wind. 2
I If-1 f iT
6 K (Clear
.uaKer taiy ..........itjio.oo
Bismarck .... 04 0.00
00 CJrr Clear
Boise r 148)0.01
Helena ..,.-... ....1441
Nah Bay -....".... .,J50Q 02,
t-wcsucjiu till II no
Portland 154 0 OOl
Red muff 170 0.00
jxoscDurg 52 0 01
Bacrarnento ......... OS 0.00
S" ST10 15BD.00
San Francisco ieso.no
Bppkano , 452 0)50:
pojiLiia ....54 000
Walla Walla ...'.....jsl 0.00
The "barometer is now highest over Northern
Idaho and lowest over the interior of North
ern California. Except along the Immediate
coast, Tio rain of consequence has fallen In
the North Pacific States" during the last 24
hours. It Js- unseasonably cool in Eastern Or
egon, Eastern Washington, Idaho and Nex-ada,
while, olsejvhere in the Rocky Mountain and
Pacific Coast States very nearly normal tem
peratures jpyvail. The Jndjcationsr arc for fair
weather in this district Saturday.
Forecasts made at Portland for the 2S.lgurs
ending at midnight Saturday, October 27:
Western Oregon and Western Washington,
Fair variable winds, mostly northerly.
Eastern Oregon and Southern Idaho Fair;
warmer; 'winds mostly southerly.
Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho
Fair; southerly "Rinds.
EDWARD A. BEALS. Forecast Official.
PORTLAND LODGE. NO. 27. A. O. V. W.
Members are hereby 'notified to assemble at
lodgeroom. In Selling-Hirsch building, on Sat
urday, Oct. 27. at "7:15 P. M. sharp, for the
purpqse of participating in the grand parade
of the A. O. U. W. Iodgolll then proceed In
a body to Fourth and fcataqn f.ts.. and take
position" in the fourth division. All members
are earnestjy requested to comp oqt on this oc
casion and show their loyalty to their order
and lodge- G. E. K. FICHTNERj
T. H. FEAREY. Recorder.
FIDELITY LODGE. NO. 4. A O. U. W.
Members are hereby notified to assemble at
lodgeroom. in Logu? "building, on Saturday.
Oct. 27. at 7 P. M. sharp, tot the' purposo of
participating in the grand parade Qf the A.Q.
U. W." Lodge -Kill then proceed In a body to
Fourth and Main sts , and taJcc position in -the
first division. All member, are earnestly re
quested to come out on this occasion and show
their loyally to their order and lodge.
, H. L CAMP, Master Workman.
C. J. WHEELER. Recorder.
HALL OF INDUSTRY LODGE, NQ. S. A.
O; C"rW.T-Members are notified to assemble at
lodgerooms in , Hirsch-Selllng building. 10th
and Washington, streets, this (Saturday)
evening ai T o'clock, from whence we will pro
ceed an a Jbod to Salmon and Fourth sts , to
take -our position -in A- O. D. W. parade. It
is- .earnestly requested that eery member
torn out and be at lodgerooms at 7 o'clock
k L. A. WHITCOMB. Master Workman.
,Atiest: JOffiCW. PADDOCK, Recorder.
ATTENTIONl A. O. U. W. Every member
of the A. O. V. W. is especially requested to
assemble promptly this evening- at the place
appointed tj ileir lodge. The procession a III
moe promptlj at 8:15 P. M. Visiting brothers
arc cordially invited to" Join with us. and those
desiring to enter the procession are requested
to form pn Taylor st., cast of "Fourth. Let
every brother remember that the success of the
affair depends on him.
RALPH W- FEENT. G. M.,
Chairman General Committee.
MULTNOMAH LODGE. NO. 48. A. O. V. W.
-Members are hereby notified to assemble at
lodgeroomi AJisky tulldlne. on Saturday. "Oct.
-i, t 7 P. .M?$Bsxp,lorTthe purpose tof par
ticipating to the grand parade of the A. Q. iL
W Lodge will then proceed In a body 16
Fourth and Main sts , and take :posltlon la
thf first division. All members are earnestly
requested to come out on thjs occasion And
show their loyalty to their order and lodge.
oruotuiu wuvaum.. Master vorkman.
D. MARCUS, Recorder.
MT. JTABOR LODGE NO. 42. A.
F. JSt A. M. Stated communication
tonight at 7:50 o'clock sharp, fol
lowed by an open meeting in Orien
tal Temnlo. Address Tiv Dr. THnr-ir
The Immortality of the Soul." All are in
vjted to the latter meeting.
i C. W. ppRRETTD. Sec
HALL OF rPCHCRCH LODGE. NO. 120,
A.,0. U. W. Members will assemble promptly
at 7 o'clock this evening at hall. cor. 17th and
Marshall, to march Jn a. body to the place as
signed us by the Grand Marshal. Be prompt,
as we-u ill start on time, so as not to delay
the parade. G. V. BALDWIN. M. W.
FRED OLSEN. Rec
WASHINGTON CHAPTER. NO. 18.
R. A. M. Speclaj convocation thin
fSaturdaj) evening, Oct. 2?. at 7:30
o'clock. Masonic Hall, Burkhard build
ing. Past Master and M. E. M. de
By order E. H. P.
HOPE LODGE. NO. 1. A. O, U. W. All
members are requested to assemble at the
lodicroom, in the A. O U. W. "Temple, this
(Saturday) evening at 7:15 o'clock, to take
port in the -parade. HENRY BROWN. Rec
CAMELIA GHAPTER. NO. 27, Q.
E S A regular communication this
fSaturday) evening at 8 o'clock.
Hill's Hall. Upnrr Albina.
NELLIE McKINLEY. Sec
ELIZA PAULDING CABIN," NO. 1. will
mert ihls fSaturilay) evenlrur at A. O.II. W.
Hall in SellingHJrsch building, cor. Park and
"Washlpcion. at 7:20 o'clock.
PEARL SNOW, Sec
SHAYER At his relden"e.
Oct 20. 1000 George W.
348 Crosby St..
Shaver, aged CS
yjrars, monins. and '2
dajc. Notice of
funeral will appear In Sunday's Oregonlan
RUSSELL At the residence of her daughter.
Mr? T. W. Russell, 024 East Morrison St..
Oct. 2IJ. Mrs. S. E HnlL agfd S3 jfars. Re
mains tojeen to Ohio for burial.
EDWARD HQLIAX, I7nilertat:er.4th
nn& Tnmliill t. Rena Stlnnon. la.Hr
naMlKCARt. Both pboncn Jfo. OT..
Winter Kimball & Co.. Urlcrtnkorn.
Lady ncKlstant. 27C TUia (. Tel, ft.
F1. S. Dnnnlng, Dndertnkrr. 414 East
Alder- Lnrty Axslttaftf. Bpfch phpneju
Extra heavy reversible China matting, regu
lar 2.V; grade, Xoday. only 15c yard. .
,Tle Komefjriilsher, 17S-175 First.
Evcrhng class will hegin at Portland Husi
neslj College Oct. 24. Work divided into special
courses of six weeks each. Terms reasonable,
tatlsfaction ruaranteeo. Enroll at college of
fice tills Jay or e.enlnr. Rarth Delannet, In
structor. IDAHO MEAT H4RKET
Headquarters for meats, poultry and game.
SpecittT prices to restaurants and ho'tels. s
Eastern surar-cur.ed hams iltOc
CallfornlU'sugar-cured hams..... .." gwe
Fresh 'porjc shoulders ...T..... ."..".V.V... ec
Frpshpork loins, small............ '.,'.'.. W'.Vdo
Home.made -pork raucage -........".."" Sc
"Rib reot of teer beef ........ ..T"""i0c
Smoked breakfast paeon, fal.....,","ioc
The best sirloin steak 10c "aid 12Vtc
jrorccraouse sceax ............... i9ll 1
rhoncs Columbia 767 Oregon. So. 1041. "
Large Springs 25c each
Large Springs, for roasting S5c each
Large hens 40c to 50c
Turkeys (cornfed) ,15c pound
Hams, best sugar cured .......... ....... ,.i2c
Hams.- picnic ........ ...,10c
Eggs (strictly fresh) soc
Remember, with all our grocery orders -today
of J2 and up we give you a large Spring
chicken tree. Try us, and save 10 per cent op
your jgrocerleir.' - -
PORTLAND MARKET CO..
170 Third 1st.
We deliver everywhere. Ore. phone Grant 86.
CL4SSIF!ED AQ. RAJES
"Rooms," -"Rooms .and Board,'' "HoBaekejp
mg Jooms," "Sltuatlqns WAted.-' 15 woiia?
less. Jo cents: 18 to 20 words, 20 cents: 21 Jtp 23
words, 25 cents, etc. No discount for additional
UNpER ALL OTHER HEADS except "He
Tcday' -SO cents for 15 jtvords or less; ljB, to 20
words, 40 cents; 21 to 23 words, 60 cents, etc
first Insertion. Each additional Insertion, m I
nair; no rurtner discount under on moaja.
".NEW TODAY" (satire measure .agate). 13
cents per line, first insertion:. 10 oentj Pf 11a
for each additional Insertion. "" "
ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS. d-
j dressed caro The Oregonlan and left t hia of-
xicb, ehouid always be inclosed In sealed eavei
opes. No stamp Is required on such letters.
The Oregonlan "will not p responsible for er
rors in advertisements taken through the tele
CALVIN HEILIG, Manager.
One week, begianfnir Monday. Oct. 22Matlnep
: ", LisE." s
: LEE. . :
: THE GREAT xTSPNOTIST, J
: THE JQEREAT HYPNOTIST, '.
Evening prices Lower floor, 50e; balcony,
first G rows, 35c; last 0 rows, 25c; galjery, 15e.
Matinee prices Lower" floor, 50c; entire "bal-
con , iKic. '
CORDR ATS .THE ATER-
Week beginning Sunday. Oct. 21, and Saturday
: r....:; :
: "A WISE GUT!" :
: "A WISE GUYl" i
: "A "WISE GUY' -. : .
: "AWISE GUY." :
: . "a wise oirr." ;
New Jokes, songs and dances.
Prices 25e and 50c
CALVIN HEILIG. Manager.
Two ights,-Tesday and "Wednesday, Oct. 30
s" V-th"e"man" FROMiiiExico!" ": .
: ''THE ilAN FROM MEXICO." t
i ;;THE I.MAN ;.FROM MEXICO' :
A "TAKE OFF THAT HAT."
Prices Lower floor, fl, except last 3 rows;
last 3. 75c; balcony, first G rows, 75c; last 6,
50c; gallery, 25c
Qne week, commencing Oct. 2S (Matinee Sat-
urdaj), Lincoln J. .Carter's Wonderful .
:" ;,THE"FASTMAiL" :
1 "THE- FAST MAIL " :
: yHJB FASTAII.; .:
See the full--lzcd. practical locomotive and
train of 14 frelrht cars. Flight of the fast
mall. Niagara Tails Tjy moonlight. Exciting
steamboat race. USUAL PRICES.
CLARENCE H. JONES. Manager.
Phone Grant 741. Third and 'Yamhill sts.
One week, commencing tonight. October 21,
Fitzgerald Murphy presents the Whirjvslnd So
ciety Farce. ,
"WHOSE BABY ARE YOU?"
Written "by Mark E. Swan, author "Brown's
In Town." Brilliant cast of comedians direct
from New York. Clean, pur, refined.
Prices 25c, 23c toa" and 75c: boxes. SI.
Next attraction, ''Clack Crook, Jr."
SEVENTH AND ALDER
"LA LISTA." the World' Greatest Spectacu-
' Jar pancpr.
JOLLY IDA h0TELL. the Eastern Comedi
enne. LILLIAN MARSH. Illustrated Songs.
RAY SOUTHARD. Boau Brummel of Negro
LEWIS & LAKE1 Comedians
THE GREAT AUKAMA. Juggler und 'Equili
brist. .MAE LEONPOR.
WE HAVE DEAJVT RIGHT WITH OUR Cus
tomers, hence' we have the trade. 2 dor. Or
egon eggs, 55c: choice creamery butter, 50c,
55c per roll; dairy butter, 30c to 40c; Malt
Breakfast Food-th$ .latest mush lCc pkp.;
best Mocha and Java ooftVe, 5c per lb ;
.Japka nail and dried herring, this season's
pack; rood-size irackcrel, 10c and 15c" each;
full line of ollvpp, raislna and currants; also
full llnc'of nuts, new cron; iff lhs. Vr.iii
Oats. "25c We havi1 the choicest augar-cirpd
4 scorned beif Jn the blty. - l GSolco
nams, I2jc per lb. CMckens wav down to
day. Come and sec California Market Co.,
S5 Third, f t
On improved city and farm property.
R. Lli'INGSTONE 224 Stark st.
Sawmill and Factory Sites
40 acres and liod feet of river front lor rale
at St. Johns, on O. R. & N. Co'.'s new spur.
Deep water. J. D Wilcox & Cq . 202J5 Stark.
MORTGAGE LOANS -
On improved city and arm property, at lowest
current rates. Building loans. Insialiment
loan. Macmaster & Blrrell, 211 Worcester blk.
With everj' package H-O oatmeal a VA
pound package H-O self-raising buckwheat.
I5pound3 best sugar, $1.
7 bars Cake's Golden Star soap, 25c
Other groceries at bedrock prices
DICK 3ROS . 293 Alder st.
Best creamery butter, full weight, 50c sq.;
dairy, fresh every day, 40c roll; ginger snaps,
10c per lb : cracknels 2 lbs , 35c (sold else
where at 25c lb ); best Java and Mocha, only
25c lb. worth 35c lb.) City Grocery Co . 412
Washington st. Phones Clay 007; Columbia 3.
Chickens, j-rilow-legged ones 25c
Turkejs. pep Jb.... -. f0
Best creamery butter 50cs and 55c
.Creamery butter 45c and 50c
Dairy butter .'... .". 30c and 33c
2 dozen eggs for 460
Sugar-cured hams '. llc
Bp,.t side bacon, smolced ,.ltjc
AH goods retailed at wholesale prices.
LA GRANDE CREAMERY, 264 Yamhill. .
Sweet dairy batter, per Toll "it.. 35c
Creamtrj'. 2,-lb. crocks 30c
Cheese, full cream, per lb ihq
Ham, best Eastern, per lb "ic
Eggs, guaranteed fresh, dqr goc
Big chicken sale tomorrow.
We handle all gooa on commission, there
fore not restricted as to price.
PACIFIC MARKET & GROCERY CO..
Wholesale Commission Both phones.
5 CHEAPER, 10c CHEAPER
THAN ANY OTHER. "
Our dUplay of fish, poultry," meat, oysters
and game is worth inspection.
Come, and, coming, you will buy.
Geese, each'.. .".....75c to $150
Chickens, each 25c to 50c
Turkeys, per" lb 15b to 20e
Ducks, each 25c to 75c-
taints, eacn 60c to SI
Farmimrton. Four Oaks. Albinv. r mil nr..
"Dairy Z '.'35,.
rruu aiepiay unrivaled. Como early, come
often. VINCE'S MARKET,
Fourth and Aider.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
WE HAVE PROPERTY OF ALL KINDS
and in all parts of the city and suburbs, for
sale at lowest prices, and can make better
terms than others, ,as " we handle ' property
owned principally by mortgage .companies.
Call and see our lift, as we have some sp.eclal
bargains on band, and will drive you out to
see the property. It will cost you nothing -to
look it over. Urii.dstaC & Blaln. 240 Stark
FOR "SALE. OR TRADE FOR INSIDE RESI
dence property A highly Improved !0-ncro
tract, 2 miles east of Mount Tabor; low
prices and easy terms made for a quick so J.
Address A. T. Webb, Terry, Or.
SUBURBAN HOME PARTIES DESIRING
model little suburban home of 10 acres, with
neat 0-room housri, fruit etc.. for less than
cost of Improvements, call on Hart Land
Co.. 107 Sherjock bunding.
FOR SALE HALF BLOGIC, SOUTHWEST
corner Oak and Seventh st.; paying over 7
per cent net; on easy -terms. B. Goldsmith.
209 A'bington building.
r r J
FOR SALE LOTS 0 AND 7, LOGK 139:
Couoh; price $3500; one-half cash. By Par
rlsb & Watklns.250 Alder .st. " " "
ELEGANT. MODERN 8-ROOM HOUSE. COR
ner lok West Side; pric6 $2200, cost" $4750.
E 40, jOregonlan. "
SEE REH)T"S SNAPS. Washington Block.
FOR EXCHANGE WHAT HAVE YOU TQ
exchange for a. good hotel Jn a Jlyp coun
try town? Address" 151 East 6th st.
STOCK AND FROTT RAiSI.CH J0F 8t0 ACRES
."for ale: Veil watered, good .soil: 50 .acres
bearing orchard; only tft'o miles from Oak.
land, Douglas Cpunty, 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
& Blrrell, 311 Worcester Block.
00 ACRES, 5 MILES WEST OF CITY, ON
Beaverton road; 35 acres In cultivation, rich
soil, good water: a bargain at $50 per acre.
J. D. Wilcox & Co , 202 Stark. " n. 'I '
TIMBER. LAIVDS FOR. SALE.
TIMBER, 200,000 acres; mill sites, claims, log-J
MartJn & Co., 001 Orsgonlan building. .
' FOR SALE-MISpELLANEOUS.
A SNAP-80'BELGlXN 'HARES; 22 OLD. 53
ypung. bucks and docs, -all high grade; $110
takes them, if eojd at once". Canadian Agency,
TYPEWRITERS, ALL MAKES. RENTED
and sold. Expert repairing. Office supplies,
etr. Coast Agency Co.. 2Cd& Stark st.
LARGE STOCK OF VEHICLES. HARNESS
saddles, new and second-hand.; must go la 30
days. S. Tomllnson. 211 Washington st.
GOOD STREET LAMP. INCLUDING POST,,
for sale choap; excellent for outside adver-,
tlslng. 305 Washington, at.
PHOTOGRAPHJC LENSES. BURNISHERS
and backgrounds, etc; falso view outfit;
cheap. At 225 First et.
TYPBWRITERS-DENSMORE AND SMITH-1
iremier j,or reni -or paig. ui ul ruaiu xu,
EASTERN OREGON TIMOTHY HAY AND
"oats, acIUercd In Portland. F. D. McCully.
24 "North Fionl.
DRY FIR. OAK AND SLABWOOD AT LOW
est market prices Hoover. 318 Water st.
HORSBSTFOR klRE OR FOR SALE. BARN,
G37 Jefferson. Residence, OOS'Maritet. Hj'.L.
0. Ralston- , ' .
FOR BEST FIH. OAK AND ASH WOOD GO
to Pioneer Wood Yard, foot ox Morrison st.
FOR SAL& FRESH COWS AND- CALVES.
Portland Livestock Exchange, 40 Fourth, cor.
FOR SALE A SPAN OF HORSES. WEIGH
lng 5200; price, ?30Q. S. J. Korb, Scotia
$10 FOR A NEW GAS COOKER: $2 CASH,
balancy S2 per month. Gas Co . 174 Fifth sL
SOLID GOLTJ RINGS. ONLY $1; GUARAN
teed. Unclp Mjerp. 148 Third; near Alder.
Magic lanterosfhew." second-hand, moving pic
tures. Bullard & Breek. 131 Post. San Tran.
For Sale Several excellent old violins Bmll
Thlelhorn. rm 1 McKay bldg. 3d'and Stark.
Upright jjiatio $85, Chlckering concert grand
SlfiO, one $?5 Mrs. Martin. 104 1st, upstairs.
FOR SALE A 'GOOD -PAYING SALOON;
muet sell. Address O 39, care Oregonlan.
HEAVY WORK TEAM, HARNESS
wagon, cheap 325 First st
FOR SALE A RESTAURANT. ?225.' APPLY
J 30, carfi'Qresonlan.
Harrington upright piano, good condition, for
sale, S100. Graves & Co , 124 Sixth bt.
HELP WANTED MALE.
100 SHOVELBRS $1.76. BOARI5 $3 50. FARE
and fee advanced: 10 R. P. laborers $2,
board $0.50; loggers $40 to $50 and board:
jard and mill hands $2. woodchoppers 80c
and 65c; carpenters $2 CO to -53: rock men
$2; farm hands ?25 to $30: cooKs. waiters,
dishwashers Canadian Agency, 220 Morrl
eon. Loggers.' Headquarters.
Wanted Mining prospectors, for the Phlllp
'plne Islands Schooner Mildred E. Will
sail from Seattle about Dec 1 For particu
lars, address X. s Andrews. Mgr. Pblllpplno
Exploration Co , US Cherry St.. Seattle, Wn.
P.OY;-ACCUS-TOMEP.-TO -DRIVING HORSES
and willing fo make himself generally use
Tul, war4s I?3 .per seek; Advancement, sjur-o
w hgn competent Address, stating age ' and
refeiences, V 2&. care 6regonlan.
YOUNG MA'N. LEARN ILLUSTRATING BY
correspondence; free: tuition payable GO days
after position Is 'secured paying $13 a week.
TJorresponflence Institute of America, Scran
ton, Pa. ' - "
WANTED DISTRICT &ANAGER FOR
one of the largo New York Life Insuranco
Companies. Call or addiess "M. T. Kafly,1,
Supervisor of Agents, G05 Oregonlan building.
WANTED BRIGHT MAN TO GO TO NEIGH
boring town; permanent position; will de
vote Sunday to 'securing right party. Room
613 Commercial block.
ACTIVE MAN FOR TEMPORARY LOCAL
position (several weeks). Salary $3 per day.
Address Globe Co . 723 Chestnut St.. Phila
WANTED BOY BETWEEN 15 AND 10 YRS.
of age to learn watch mending and jeweler's
trade. Aaply 2G8 Washln-ton st.
VANTED OFFICE -BOY IN WHOLESALE
house; must v'llto good hand; etato age. Ad
dress H 40. care Oregonlan.
AJ WAITER (LUNCH). 0. K. PAY; BLAJR,
come. R G. Drak 152 First. Kitchen help,
tc "Drake. 152 First.
PILES cured without operation No pain. No
detention from business Box 517. city.
BOY TO DRIVE A WAGON
at 374 Morrison st.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
COOKS; WAITRESSES; SECOND WORK;
chambermaids: 'nurse girls; housekeepers;
housework of all kinds, $12 to S25; can
vassers. Canadian Parlors, 22GH. Morrison.
WANTED SEVERAL JfRIQHT YOUNG LA
dles to read one hour dally for rart tuition.
Behnke'3 Pernin Shorthaull & Commercial
College. C14 Commercial blqck.
2 H. WAITRESSES. $15; NURSE GIRL, ETC .
Walla Walla employer here), $15; B.-IT.
cooks, domestics, etc. wanted. Everybody
call. R. G. Drake. 152 First.
WANTFD A COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
ral housework; small family; good wages.
APPlS" between 0 and 10 A. M., 74 i Flanders
FIRST - CLASS GUTTER' AND FITTER
. wanted; must have references; none other
need apply. 300 Fourth, cor. Columbia.
WANTED A GIRL FOR COOKING AND
housework in a small famllj. Apply 3o0
SECONDGiRL "WANTED." CALL BETWEEN
10 and 12 A. M., 153 North 20th Bt., cor.
GIRLr-FQR GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
Marshall, between 10th and 20th.
WANTED GOOD COOK; GOOD WAGES;
references required. 345 Oak st.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. Apply 42S Harrison.
NURSE GIRL FOR CHILD 14 MONTHS OLD.
Apply to 211 Slxlh st.
SITUATION WANTED MALE.
Bookkeepers and Clerics.
YOUNG MAN. THOROUGHLY EXPERI
enced, wishes situation In crocory or gen
eral merchandise store; prefer going to South
ern or Eastern Oregon; California experi
ence. Address H SO. Oregonjan.
BY YOUNG MAN, EXPERIENCED IN GEN
cral office work, bookeeplng and collecting;
city references. G 40, Oregonlan. v
Stenographers and Typewriters.
STENOGRAPHER AND TYPEWRITER
wjmtapdsIiTon;,CQod references. Address C
40, Oregonlan. ' '
PLANER MAN WANTS POSITION AS FORE
man, helper or sticker man. Address "Y
-36, "care; Oregonlan."
JAPANESE YOUNG BOY WANTS PLACE
of any kind, to help pook, housework. IC 40,
SITUATION TO DO HOUSEWORK.
Fourth st., Tomota.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED BY A STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS
retoucher and operator "fja4y). position In
photograph gallery. "Call at"Dregonian ofn&
TRAINED NURSE" WILL CARE FOR IN
valid In her own home; sunny room. L 40,
care Oregonlan. '
SITUATIONS "tVAATED T?EBIALE.
. - .. -. , , ... . .. ;, u iSL, ' j
YOUNQ WOMAN, REFINED AND " EDU
etued and competent, wants -housekeeper's PP-'
slUoti would jike to go to Secure. Address
R 4U, arc Qjrjfffonlan. .
WANTED SITUATION AS 'JHOUSEKEEPER.
by respectable young widow; .good cook and
housekeeper; -references. Address "F" HO. care
position J.s houSekeepek bt widow
lady: thoroughly competent' Addesd F 89,
care Oregonlan. r "
WANTED SITUATION AS HOUSEKEEPER; (
no objection to oountrj-. Address-U 84, carp'
Oregonia'n. ' - - - i
Bopl&ejepc-xs an.d Stynogrgajghery.
EXPERIENCED 'STENOGRAPHER, CITY
references, desires evening employment or
piecework. Q..A0, .care Qr.eonlan.,.
WE WANT A CAPABLE MAN 4OR WOMAN
'In each county to handle local busirieBS. Tf
ypu can give acceptable references, .yt can
put you In "the" way of making -more than a
good ""llvlnjr In a. legitimate .ahd pleasant
way. Our business is the salo of the Ozona
tor a sclentlflcmethod for the corrimon-Ben&o I
cure Oi iua:). -xiia wuiiamr t-u., xv i iuui-
togton building, Portland, Or;'
.AflEWTS ON SALARY OR COMMISSION,
,-1Jae .greatest agents' seUer ever produced;'
cyjery user ul yvu nuu inn. uu'h l on iia,
20Q to 500 "per" conl proflt; 1 agerit's sales
amounted to $C20 In C days; arjotSier32 Tn 2
,h9urs. Monroe MCg. COmOC, La. CrosSe, Wis.
MEN OR WOMEN 'THAT CAN GIVE REF
erences to solicit and organize lodges. payln,g
sick, accident, funeral and d?ath benefits:
all under one certificate. Independent Order of
Lions, Alex Sweek, Sup. Sec, 549 Worcester
AGENTS ARTICLE OF ABSOLUTE NEGES
slty in every buUdlng; no competition: big
profits; "exclusive"' rights; 'failure "Impossible.
' Agency Dept., 312, 27 William st. N. Y.
WANTED TWO FURNISHED ROOMS'' AND.
-furnished "house. Addiess J""40, cate Orego-.1
man. . l
510.000 LOAN WANTED. FIVE "YEARST "AT
T 6 'per cent, on fine farm, 4)43 acres; fx "re
place $10,000 loan at higher rate; .title per
fect A 40, care Oregonlan
WANTED FOUR HORSE-POWER UPRIOH
engine; must be In good condition and choap
.for cash. Address box 135. Albany, Or.
A GOOD HOME' FOR ONE OR TWO CHIL
dren, of any aze. Addrces A. H., box 0.1,
. Butteville P. O , Or.
T.O EXCHANGE HORSES. AND BUGGIES
for suburban lots. Inquire 1&0 5ast 34th st ,
'cor. Yamhill. " -
WANTED SOME ONE TO TEACH CORRECT
duplicate whist. Addreb3 Y 40, care Orego
.nlan Wanted Rooming-house, central State law
et cash price ord location E 25. Oregonlan.
DEBTS AND ACCOUNTS COLLECTED ANY
wherc Addres 51S Chamber of Commerce.
HIGHEST PRICES for second-hand furniture,'
stoves, etc Kutnex. 32 North Third Phone.
CAST-OFF CLOTHING AT MAINE LOAN
"Officer 70 N. .3d ,st. Oregon phone" Clay C52.
THE SPALDING. ,S. E; COR. PARK AND
Alder sts.. under the management of the
owner, Helen F, Spalding he most complete
apartment-hous.e In ' the Ncrthw eit; choice
rooms, for gentlemen or gsntltmanvand wife;
furnished housekeeping suites "a specialty.
THE PLEASANTON. 258 THIRD. ST FINS
furnished rooms, tn suite, single, or houd,e
kueplng; sunlight In all rooms; bath Included;
most reasonable terras: transient isollclted
SEVERAL .SUETiEP UNFURNISHED KOQMS:
electric lights heating,-waters ogid elevator;
ln,A,'0.-D.W; building. Se.qond.and Taylor.
Inquire of t janitor. ..,.
THE NEWCASTLE." &. E COR THIRD AND
Harrison sts. Rooms, "furnished or unfur
nished; all modern convenlynees-. references.
ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ROOMS; LOCA
tlon unsurpassed for geptlemer. transients: $1
per day. The Cosmos. Fourth and Morrison.
FOR RENT THE STEVENS1 420 ALDER
St.; furnished rooms for gentlemen; porcelain
baths, phone, heat, modern conveniences
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM; MODERN
conveniences, new house, $7 month: board
near by "440 Third t. Phorie Oak 371.
OCCIDENTAL, FIRST AND MORRISON
sts. Rooms, suites and single: .housekjeeplng;
every conv enlence, reasonable.
"THE MEDINA." 350 WASHINGTON,
over Cordray's; new and elegantly furnished
rooms, day. week, or month.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS FIRST NA
tlonal Bank "bulldlrg; First and Washington
sts. Phone Black 930
414 YAMHILL ST. PEASANT ROOMS. FOR
gentlemen; steam beat, bath, telephone, all
160 10TH ST., NEXT DOOR TO MORRISON
Nicely furnished rooms; modern conven
iences. FOR RENT NICE FRONT ROOMS THE
VIncennes. 322 Washington, near Seventh.
rilRNISHED ROOMS; NEW AND PLEAS
ant; private famllj. 425 Eaft Burnsldo
FOR RENT LARGE FRONT ROOM. WITH
all modern conveniences. 42(5 Fifth st.
Rooms "IVltli Board.
PORTLAND WOMEN'S UNION; l.TPH YEAR;
rooms with board; enameled batH tnljs; use
or llbrarj ; oman's jixchange; Industrial
school Address Mrs E C. George, superin
tendent, 510 Flanders street.
NICELY FUR'NISHDD BAY - WINDOW
rooms, .single on en suite, with board; In
private family. 347 Maiket
NEW, NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS; GOOD
board; pilvate family: good homo for few
couple j. P. 40, Oregonlan
FOR RENT WITH BOARD; ONE LARGE'
'front room, suitable for two; students pre
ferred. 301 Sixth st.
"VERY DESIRABLE SUITE AND SINGLE
room, with all conveniences apd best of
board. 535 Couch.
PLEASANT ROOMS, WITH BOARD; GOOD
location; bath, ;ras and telophone. 533 East
THE DRIARD, 30D MORRISON. COR. 10TH
Fine rooms; also first-class table board.
FURNISHED ROOM AND BOARD;
phone and bath. 131 10th, near Alder.
BOARD AND ALCOVE ROOM; PRIVATE
family. 189 10th st., near Tavlor.
LEN-ARD HOUSE. 304 EAST MORRISON
Housekeeping rooms, furnished or unfur
nished; single rooms, by the day or week.
TWO LIGHT. AIRY ROOMS FOR LIGHT
housekeeping, completely furnished. 540
Sixth, near Lincoln.
2 FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS;
pantry and sink; no children. 09 North 13th
LEAVE NOV. 1; MUST RENT ELEGANT
resldenco before; finely lacated, near car
line; furnished or unfurnished; rent low.
Room 3' Hamilton building.
FOR RENT 0-ROOM AND ATTIC HOUSE:
large brick cellar; 713 Hood st.; to good ten
ant for $20 per month. B. Goldsmith, 209
STORE AND FURNISHED COTTAGE FOR
rent; low to good tenant; also 10-acro tract
for rent. Room 5, 132 Third st. Call aftpr
12 o'clock. v
FOR RENT FURNISHED SJX-ROOM COT-,
rage, iasi aiuu; moucrn conveniences; to
permanent tenant. Call 394 Sellwood st. ' '
FOR RENT 7-ROOM HOUSE, PARTLY FUR
nlshed. 62 'North 21st str. '
Houses for Rent Furniture for Sale.
MODERN 8-ROOM HOUSE FOR-RENT AND
furniture .for sale. Call at 124 Blxth st.
Rooms repted and paying well.
FOR RENT STORE, 41 FIRST ST.. COR.
Ash. R. L. Glisan. 420 Chamber Commerce.
Entire space On sixth floor, Goodnough bldg.;
formerly occupied "by Po'rthmd Business Col
lege; space 100x100. large .halls, and fine
suites of offices; for rent Jn wyiole or jin .part;
well"" lighted, heated, elevatqr service, "etc
Apply J. jJ. Peebles. 20j Qoodnq,ua;h bldg.
THE RUSSEL. COB EOURTH AND MORRI
son. over Stelnbach's store Large office
roams: .gas find .steam.
FOR QUALITIES AND PRICES r
On ladles' or gents'
Tailor-made suits, . . .
Umbcellas or" trunks; r .
' All kinds of housohold '
.Goods, rou&ic3l instrument?,
.Sowing machines, albums
Rugs, 'curtains, -etc., call
EASTERN OUTFITTING CO.. 38S Washington.
Cash or credit.
SEE GREAT INDIAN MEDIUM. BORN
"with double veils: tells past, present n
(uturo; warns against misfortune; sure guide
to social and business life; confldential;-"heals
all Iseas.es by th&.use,of Indian herbs. J326
.Third st., cor. .Ader. upstairs; -offices 5, 6, 7.
Special attention given chronic tUatase.3 of
both sexes. Consultation free.
17 women wanted suffering from Irregular,
painful periods; leucorrhoea (whites). an,d all
complicated diseases pertaining to ch.0,Dg8s of
life,' cured by old Dr. ICessier. cor. Second
and Yamhill sts. 320 women calle'd ""last
month. Consultation ffee, and private rooms
for ladles. If can't call, write, Incloslnr 10
' 5c stamps. Hucdr.eQs treate'd at home ly his
new system. "
LADIES. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY A
samplo iackot fpr $3 to $5, worth up to 415.
Have your fur garments .remodeled for less
than half price. Flrst.-class work: excellent
1 fit guaranteed; 30 years' experience; refer
ences. G. Konigsberg, 210 Allsky bunding,
3d and Morrison. Old and new furs "bought.
Phones Columbia 28, Oregon Oak Jt801.
'RHEUMATISM IN EVERT FORM Posi
tively cured or money refunded; also all
Throat and lung troubles, kidney and liver
ttoubles. Insomnia and all -ncrtous and de
bilitated affections quickly cured. .Consulta-
tlon free: booklet free by, mail. Address Dr.
' C. W. Eman ST Co. 18 Rusaol bulMlng,- Port
land, Or. -' i
DR.ESS SUITS, RENTED. ALL SIZES. WE
cal for, sponge, press And deliver xin.0 suit qf
- our clothing each week, sew on buttons, sxsr
up rips, for $1 per mdnth. Dyeing. -steam
- cleaning and repairing. Unique Tallorinif Co.,
. 3"47 .Washington, 'bdth,-phones. "
"GENTLEMAN HAVING GOOD, "PAYJNG
business ..in Eastern Oregon desires corre
spondence with womjui. between 30 and 40
, years old, .vUth a view to matrimony and -assisting
In business; must be .respectable." Q
u4. care Oregonlan.
THE PORTLAND CLUB. INC., A PLACE OF
amusement and recreation for gentlemen. 130
Fttth st. and 291" Alder- The cafe Jn con
nection carries the "best "lino of liquors and
cigars the world produces.
WHY SUFFER WITH PAINFUL. Sup
pressed or Irregular menstruation when per
manent relief can'be obtained in the privacy
of vour own home. F6r particulars, ad
dress Box 317. City.
MANLY VIGOR RESTORED BY DR. ROB
erts" Nerve Globules "One month's treatment,
$2; 3 months, $5. Sent securely sealed by
mall. Agents. Woodnrd !t Clarke, Portlartd,
Or. - - -
A YOUNG LADY. RECENTLY FROM CHI
cago, the only fclontlflc, experienced mass
jeuese, manicurist and chiropodist In North
west. 20 Raleigh block.
ILLOND'S PREVENTIVE CONES. AN UN
equaled antiseptic; no failure; per box. $1 60;
cample, 10c Illond Chem. Co , Portland. P.
Q box 974.
YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS ARE MORE Ac
curately and reasonably filled at "EysBell's
Pharm: sy, 227 Moirison St., bet. 1st and' 2d.
. , P7
Wo print 3Q visiting cards, proper size and
style. 5c; 50 business cards, $1; sent post
paid. Brown & Schmale. 22J First st.. city.
Uncle Henry, 160 6th. pawnbroker; unredeemed
pledges; bargains always on hand; warrant
ed jewelry, watch repairing -lowest prices.
FRITZ' CONCERT HALL; largest cafe on Pa
cific Coast. 210 to 240 Burnslde. WeJnhard's
beer on draught. Clubrooms upstairs.
Uncle Henry, 150 Gth. pawnbroker's unredeemed
pledges, bargains always fizx hand; Jewelry
and watch lepairlns lowest" prices. '
tLAXINE, A WINNER FOR STOMACH AND
Imalo. CJvlrl Vt Xfnlot .Tiiiif QfnrA 0T "- il
ave.; Kpisht. J 20 Sixth st. "
W. H. LESH, Jeweler; watches eold on easy
payments. Opon Saturday ev'gs 518 Dokum.
Respectable single men an3 women wishing to
become acquainted, address P. O. box 350.
MRS DR MeCOY clectrls treatments. 133i4
,-pirst St.. cor. Alder, roups 23 and 30.
WOULD i'OU MARRY IF SUITED? SEND
Jitamp to lock box C60. Portland Or.
PROPOSALS FOR RpCK SEALED PROPO
sals for crushed rock will be received by the
Board of County Commissioners of Mult
nomah County, to be opened In public on
October 20, 1000. at 10 o'clock A. M at
their office, new City Hall. Th,e said crushed
rock to be of good quality, unscreened, none
to be larrr than what will pass through a
2v-lnch ling The same to be delivered and
spread beginning at the entrance to the
Cltv Park, on the Barnes road to the en
trance of Mount Calvary cemetery. Bids to
state price per cubic yard, wagon measure
The successful bidder will be required to
furnish a bond to be fixed by the board. The
right to reject any or all b!d3 Is hereby re
served. W. B. STEELE.
J G. MACK.
PROPOSALS FOR PULLEYS SEALED FRO
posajg will be received by the Board of
County Commissioners of Multnomah County,
to be orened Jn public Oct.' 31. 1000, 10 A.
M . at their ofuoe. -new City Hall, for 300
pulleys, to be tho same In size and quality
as sample shown at the office. The right to
reject any or all bids Is hereby reserved.
W. B. STEELE,
J. G. MACK.
Portland, Or.. Oct. 20, 1000.
SALE OF REFUNDING RONDB NOTICE T
hereby given that bids will be received by
the Treasurer of the City of Hsppner until
December 1, 1000. for the sale of $4000 re
funding bonds of said city to run for 10
years at 5 per cent interest. Full Informa
tion given on inquiry. The city reserves
tho right to reject any and all bids. L. W.
Brlggs, City Ticasurcr.
GERMAN SHIP OLGA, CAPTAIN WER
gerst, master, from Santa Rosalia Neither
the captain nor tho undersigned consignees
of the above-named vcsel will be responsi
ble forany debt that may be contracted by
the crew. Kerr. Glfford & Co.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC THE MEAT MAR
ket at 140 "First st., formerly known as tho
"Pacific Meat Market." has changed Its
name to the "Rlver-Slde Market.'' and is
owned by F. L. Dames, as heretofore. Mr.
Andrew J. Jones will open a grocery storn
and ponltry market Nov. 1 In the same
Ftore. 140 First st.
LOANS WITHOUT PUBLICITY ON FURNI
ture, pianos, salaries, etc Can be paid In
Installments, reducing interest. Rates lower
than the lowest. F. W. Graves, Mgr., 124
0th, near Wah.(ground floor). Tel.pajc 1331.
LOANS WITHOUT PUBLICITY ON REAL
or chattel mortgages, personal or salary se
curity, at lew rates. C. W. Pallett, 213 Com,
mcrclfil block. Teh Grant SCO.
$200,000 TO LOAN AT 5. C, 7 PER CENT.
City and suburban property for sale and rent.
Agon't for Westchester Fire Insurance Co.
Wm. G. Beck. 321 Morrison stT
MONEY LOANED ON BICYCLES, PIANOS,
furnituro and other securities. W. A Hath
away, room 10 Wash. Tjldg. Phone Hood 413.
LOANS .ON MINING STOCK, FURNITURE,
real estato or other securities. J 28 Third St..
C. H. Thompson's Cut-Rate Ticket Office.
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS FROM S5 TO
$500, on all classes of security R. I. Ecker-
iuji a u.. ruuiu u ivactiiinijiua ouiiaing.
LOANS ON FURNITURE. PIANOS AND
other securities; lowest rates; private. S. W.
King, room 45 "Washington building. ,
MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL KfNDS"6F SE
curlty. Wm. Holl. room 9 Washington! bldg.
State funds loaned C per cent. W, BThoma,
state agt.. for Mult. Co., 400 Cham, of 'Com.
MQNEY TO LOAN, 0 per cent, farm qr city
property. O. M. Smith. 3 Ch. of Commerce.
LOANS na chattel", pcuarles, -etc. lqw-rates.
S6e us flr't." Mann & Co . W QUkum bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN ON CHATTEL SECURI
tv. Phnne Red 2S53. Frame. 510 Ifaramun.
JOHN POOLE; Newtqn wagons, buggies, -a lad
mlll?, pumps, machinery. Foo,t "ilorrjaon st.
EDWARD' T. T AGO ART, ATTORNEY -AT-Jaw,
geqejal practice. ilS Chamber .of Com
roet?:p. S. W. KANSOM. A'ETORNET-AO'-r-AW AK
counselor, finxej .QinK hlfltf., -Pprtlilvl. Or.
Aaaayesr pjewi JfMilyat
J. H- FISK.' MINERVL ASSAYER AND
chemist; soli dus.t -bought. 204h Washington.
PAUL BAUlfEL. ASSAYER AND AN.ALXST:
gold dust fought. V!22S!5rjStaxfc Jit.
J. IC GILL a. CO.. WHOLESALE AND RE
ta8 pookaeltoa And jjtatlo-fiers Aa?"5 3dt.
BOOKS. OLD AND Nl!W, "'BOUGHT AND
so!d. The Old Book Store. 220 Yamhill.
1FREN(CH SELLS. -MAXES AND SUYS
ftoxes. 213Wahlngtcn. bono Clay 442.
VULCAN COAL vCO.. dealers .in house, steam
and 1 blacksmith coals- .lao foundry coke.
Front st.rjiear GU?ap. Ore. tel,. Rejl lCR
Car pen tors imd Bnjlderji,
JOHN .. MELTON, carpenter. hulUler: voCCce,
and store fixtures. Ore. tel. T47. 3jC 'Staijc
Cltlropodlts nJ SS&jLfpP1
WM. DEVEST &. MAUD DEVENY .' THE'
only scientific chiropodists, parlqra Ol AJteky
bldg., 5d and MprrUon. pre.' phone. Grant 10.
Miss Dart, raqnicurinj. room CO Unlop block,
Jst and Stark. HBurs i to". Tel. Front v44.
Ime. Dr. Hersog. from Berlin, acVsntiflc re
Vftler; telUf'-eutlro life. past, present -and fu
ture; consultation 6n All affairs; nothing ex
cepted; nances given; 0od advice; suns iialp;
-mistake Impossible; imports genuine gyp?y
love pdwtfar. Foe", 1; lfitter. i. 32$3 Urter,
HERMAN METZGER, PURCHASER OF
hides, pelts, furs, yqol, raob&tr, tallow, old
rubber and old 'metal, and eatral .coniails
'sfon merchant. Front St., riear Main, Port
land, Or. Cosh advances on consignment.
TAYLOR. YQUNG CO.,. SHIP BROKERS
and commission merchants, fibcriock bldg.,
ALLEN -!: LICWIS. COMMISSION AND PRO
dyen merchants, Frpnt & D sts.. -Portlaijd.iCp.
EVERDING & FARRPIjL. commission, butw,
.eggs, "chickens and farm produce. "Portland. "
METAL SKYLIGHTS, GALVANIZED .IRON
cornices. J. ,C. Bajer. 255 Second at.
DANCING AND DRAMATIC ELOCUTION.
Mrs. Larowe, 23d and. Kearney. Tel. 11 to 3.
DR. B. H. FISHER.
717 The Dakuo.
PHONE 'HQOD SOd.
DyeliigT and Cleaningr.
H. W. TURNER. PROFESSIONAL
and cleaner. 301 17th. Tel. Red 131.
A beautiful, complexion may De hod by treat
ment ftt the hands of the repowned Mrs. "F.
Constance Wallace, -the expert on facial
massage, which treatment will positively re
move .wrinkle, pimple, freckles.- moth
patches, blackheads; tan and eur.burn; hollow
cheeks filled out; bcalp aclcntiflcally treatedi
Rocm 70 Lewis JQldg.. ''Morrison and Park sts.
Fence and Wire TVorlwi.
OLD EAST PORTLAND FENCE AND "J'JRB
Works. A. Carlson. 239 East Morrison 3U
General Repairing. -
AH kinds machinery and bicycle repairing, saw
filing1 and gumming-. Jacob Polear. 214 Jet.
Hslr D'resfaine and Manicuring.
ROSENTHAL SISTERS. 160 FIFTH. OPP.
P. O. Switches a specialty. Phone Hood 014.
Harness and Saddles.
BREYMAN LEATHER CO, WHOLESALE
saddle and harness manufacturers, saddlery
hardware, findings and shoe store supplies;
leather, 'qf all kinds. 73 Frorit 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 &. Zwlcker Iron Works: designers and
mfrs. Of ships, steamboats, marine, mining
and milling machinery; riveted atccl pipe.
Smith i Watson Iron Works; engines and, boil
ers; logging engines a specialty; quartz and
saw mills: misc. machinery. Front and Hall.
Order of Washington, foremost fraternal so
ciety of N. W.; protects the living; fixed pay
ments eliminate doubtful "dividends." J. L.
Mitchell. Sup. Sec'y, C12-615 Marquom bldg.
HAMBURG-BREMEN FIRE INS. CO.. 102
First st. Boyd & Arnold. General Agents.
Mncnetlc and Mental Heallnc
Magnetic Healer Mrs. Dr. Watson, from Chi
cago, positlv ely .cures rupture, ndmatter how
long a standing; rheumatism, tumors, nerv
ousness, chronic sores, female troubles. 1( to
12, 1 to 4 P. M.. 102 Fifth st., cor Taylor.
Mrs. C J. Maple, magnetic healer (Weltmer
method), office treatment and college eourse3
given. 221 Goadnough bldg.. 5th & Yamhill.
THE SNOWDEN" TUB AND VAPOR
baths, massage, electricity. 131$ Fourth,
near Alder. Phono Red 421.
SELECT MASSAGE and magnetic treatments;
lady from S. F. Parlor 2&. 2S' Stark st.
Marble and Granite "Works.
LARGEST. BEST STOCK OF MONUMENTS
in city, at qost. to reduce stock before mov
ing flown town. Weks. 720 Front st.
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS; marble, gran
ite and stone work. Schar.en & Neu. 2C8 1st.
Manufacturer of Ladles' Goods.
LADIES' SILK WAISTS AND WRAPPERS,
fancy white roods, silk underwear made to
order. Sing Chong Co.. 333 Morrison.
Ottumwa mining hoists, dnpmos. motors, saw
mills, etc Tatum & Bowen, 29-35 First; st.
Lessons 50c; piano, guitar, banje. mandolin, vio
lin Instruments for sale. Mrs. Martin. 104$ 1st
SIGNOR G. FERRARI. MASTER OF VOICE
culture. Mulkey big.. Second and Morrison.
LADB3BI CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PENNY
royal Pills are the best. Safe, reliable. Take
no other. Send 4c stamps, fpr particulars.
"Relief for Ladles." In letter by roturn mall
Ask yonr druggist. Chichester Chemfta! Co .
PAUL CROMWELL. THE COLORED SPE
ciallst. has opened up his omce at 347 Front.
and will sell his medicine as usual. Medi
cines for all kinds of chronic diseases.
J. B PILKINGTON. grower and importer of
fine nursery stock: trees, shrub?, vines, etc.
Shade trees planted. Depot. 20th and Belmont
(formerly Hanson's). Ore. phone Blue S13.
Dr. W. A. Rogers and Dr. Rhoda C. Hicks,
graduates under Dr. A. T. Still. 'the founder1
of Osteopathy: consultation and diagnosis
free. 532-3-4 Marquara bldg. Phono Main 27.
DR. R. B. NORTHRUP, Osteopath, suite 41a
Dekum bldg. Investigation respectfully so
licited; examination free. Phone Main 349.
DR. L. B. SMITH. PIONEER OSTEOPATH,
suite 409 Oregonlan building. Phone Oo,k 421.
MRS. L. BURHANS, SCIENTIFIC PALM
Ist, Macleay building, room SCO, second floor.
10 A. M to 5 P. M.: evimlnr?. 014 Grand
ave., room 50. Readings. 50c and $1.
Larsen the palmist, reads when a IracHojH
evenit lane yiute, pagi ana xuiure; scientniB
reading. 50c. Allsky building, room 2to.
Miss A M. Stevenson, scientific palmist and
ncvnhlf..: ruada -at. nrauent. future. 2u9'-u !.
T. J. GEISLER. 010-011 CHAMBER OF COM.
Registered attorney V. S. Patent Office.
Portland RidLnsr CZalwi.
LIVERY AND BOARDING; LADIES' AND
gentlemen's saddle horses. 354 Jefferson
Pbyslcinns and SnrgeoBit,
Dri Flora A. Brawn; diseases of women and
children -a -specialty. Consultation and diag
nosis free. 517-518 The Dokum. Portland, Or.
DR. JAMES DICKSON. SPECIALIST tS KID
ney and skin diseases. Odd Fellows,' Temple.
Roofliip: and Skyllfflxts.
Removed W. A. WyJikoop. 248 Ash, near 3d.
Phone Hood 7C4. Country work specialty.
AFKS. SAFES. BANK WORK. LOCK DEPT,.
.opening locjto-ot?. repairs. J. E. Davis, CG 3d.
Saxv 'iKill Macliinery
XJhrlseos,Qn-IcMa3ter Maqhuwsry Co. : .new and
2dhand. maehlnury. E. Water and E- Taylor
Shoireane and Store FixtnreB.
JHXON. EORGESON & CO.. FRONT AND
Bertha A. Trulllnger. specialist: complexion,
scalp treatments, manlcuriog. ParJoxa 25-2tl.
Ruasel bOff.. 4th & Morx. Shone Front 373.
MitS. WALLACE. RELJABLE CI.AIRVO-Y--an,t
apd Hychic life reader; consult hor on
business Affairs, lov e troubles, absent f rlund.
good advlco on mines: reading dally, 50c and
up. 167& First 3t.. oiilces 7 and 8.
MRS. -STEVENS, SPIRITUAL LIFjE READ
ver; sittings dally. 22 Morrison st.. rra. 22.
Mrs. C. Cornelius, medium. 205 Goodnouuh
ildg.. Fifth and TTamhlll. Tel. Brawn 441
OVERLAND STORAGE WAREHOUSE
Fourth and Davis. Merchandise a speataUy.
Insurance rates low;atQwuy rates rcasooAhli.
Careful Attention given to country consign.
menfs. Tel. Or. Main 777; Columbia 7u.
-SAFES. PIANOS. FURNITURE MOVED AND
packed for shipping. C. -id. Olaen. 12S F.lrat.
Td. offico yato 107; Blqck S01.
Storage and Transfer.
STORAGE AT LOW RATES CAN BE HAD
at Fred Bickel's storehavso, 31 North Frout.
S,tovei, Raitses, Household H'drare.
Hardware; sole agt. Universal staves & range;
housefurhlAhing' goods. J. J. Kadderly. Ill Up
Tuent.s and ATvnintcs.
PORTLAND TENT & AWNING CO.; TENT3.
sails, awninjts. 229 Ankeny. Tel. Grant 15ul.
United States Pensions.
E. W. ALLEN. 5l CHAMBER, OF COM
merco, pension attorney. 20 years' experience.
C.F.PFLUGER. NOTARY, 148 SECOND ST.
Rebellion and later war applications maiT6
DR. R. H. POWER TREATSr ALL DOME3
tlc animalp. 303 Jefferson; phone Oak 1021.
ALLEN & LEWIS. WHOLESALE GROCERS,
cor. N. JTront and Davis sts.. Portland. Or
RARE CHANGE TO STEP INTO AN Es
tablished business; on account of 111 health
will soil beat-paylnfe grocery In Portland at,
f,a. sacrifice ; location In heart of city, with
cheap rent; no credit; established route of.
regular cash customers. Address X SO, car
BUTCHERS AND MARKET MEN HERE IS
your -chance,. Yod can get a. nice corner
market, fixtures all in it. where with a
small capital and push you ean moke money
without leaving: Portland. Rent low to good,
tenant. J. Xraemor. Commercial block.
A GOOD CHANCE TO BUY A WELL-PAY-Ing
country store, situated 80 miles east or
Portland: tine trade; buildings and merchan-
dbte "will invoice about $3000; good reason
for selling. Address P 39. care Oregonlan.
BAKERY FOR SALE CHEAP, IN GOD.O
Country town; 2000. Inhabitants; only bakery
in town. Address M 33. care Oregonlan.
FOR SALE BLACKSMITH AND WAGON
shop; doing good business. 430 Belmont st.,
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST THURSDAY NIGHT. BETWEEN
Union Depot and Perkins Hotel., grip, con
taining nothing of valuo except to owner.
Return to hotel, and get reward. J. F.
LOST DARK BROWN COLLARETTE, WITH
about clrht talis and two heads. Please re
turn to 452 Market St.. near 13th.
OREOON MINING STOCK EXCHANGE. -CHAMBER
OF COMMERCE BUILDING.
OPEN CALL 10.30 O'CLOCK A. M. DAILY.
F. J. Hard & Co . Chamber of Commerce bldg.
Oregon Phone 810: Columbia Phone 239,
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY,
109 THIRD STREET
Money to !oan on mortgage.
A general trust and agency business transacted.
BLNJ. 1. COHEN .......President
H. L- PITTOCK. A. S. NICHOLS.. Vlco-Pres.
E. J. ALSTOCK. J. O. Goltra Secretaries
FTRST NATIONAL BANK
OF PORTLAND, OR.
Designated Depository and Financial Agent ot
tho United States.
Prosldent H. W. CORBETT
Vice-President A. L. MILLS
Cashier G. E. WITHINOTOi
Assistant Cashier J. W. NEWKIRK
Second Assistant Cashier W. C. ALVORD
Letters of credit issuea. avauanie in iiurop
and tho Eastern states.
Sight exchange and telegraphic transfers sold
on itotf Yoik,. Boston. Cnlcago. St. Louis. St.
Paul, Omaha. San Francisco and the principal
points in the Northwest.
Sight and time bills drawn In sums to suit
on London, Paris, Berlin. Frankfort-on-th-Maln.
Hong Kong, Yokohama, Copenhagen,
Chrlstlania. btoekr.olm. bt. Putarsburg, Mos
cow. Zurich. Honolulu.
Collections made on lavorabls terms.
LADD & TILTON. BANKERS
ESTABLISHED IN 1859.
Transact General Banking Business.
Inurest allowed on tlmo ueposits.
Collections made at all points on favorable
terms Letters of credit issued available la
Europe and the Eastern states.
Sight Exchange and Telegraphic Transfers
old oa tNeiw York, Washington. Chicago, St.
Louis. Denver, Omana, San rianclaco and vari-.
ous points in Oregon. Washington, Idaho, Mon
tana and British Columbia.
Exchange sold on London Paris. Berlin.
Frankfort and Hong Kong;
ycw.t.S FARGO & CO. BANK
.CASH CAPITAL AND SUrtPLCS... $6,250. 000
JOlirs J. vAAJia- .. .......... mx.Bi.vnri x
HOMER. S. KING .---- MANAGER
R. M. DOOLY CASHIER
JOHN E. MILES .ASSISTANT CASHIER
General Banking, Business transacted. Ex
change sold, ond Letters of Credit UausL
available la all paxts of the world.
MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK"
"" PORTLAND. OREGON.
J. FRANK WATSON President
R. L. DURHAM , Vice-President
It. W. HOYT...... Cashier
GEO. W. HOTlT Assistant Cashlce
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING
Interest paid on time deposits.
Drafts and letters of crnilt issued. avsllabU
in all parts of the world.
Collecjlons x specialty. a;d dust bought.
LONDON" AND SAN FRANCISCO BANK
LIMITED, CAPITAL PAID LP.. , $2,450,000
Head Office, 71 Lomoard htteet. London.
This bank transacts a general banking and
exenange business, makes loans, discounts bllU
and Issuea commerual and travi-lnrs" crediu.
available, tn any city In the world.
Chamber of Commerce Building. Third and
Stark Btreets. W. A. MAi'KAK. Manager.
THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Drafts issued available in all cities of ths
United Stat, s and Europe.
fr"Went . .TYLER VvpODWARD
Vice-President JACOB KAMM
""h!fr , F c MILLER
BANK OP HRlTl.-lll COLUMBIA "
PAIDJ&JCXPITAL i . :.' . .$ar.ofo.00rt
Heqd Office, tit) Lombard tret. London.
Com'l Block. 244 Washington St.. Portland.
i:. LEA BARXEd. Manuuer.
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