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THE MOKNDtG OBEGQNIAN, SATTJITOAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1901.
OUR FOREIGN COMMERCE
IXTEIIESTIXG OFFICIAL REVIEW
JF IiAST TEX YEARS.
Record Mnde by Mannlnntnrers
Forma Mont Striking Feature
Table on Subject.
WASHINGTON. Jan. 3L The record
made by the manufacturers of the United
States ronns the most striking feature
of the history of our foreign commerce
during, the period of 1E9O-1SO0. The Treas
ury Bureau of Statistics has Just com
pleter Its analysis of the record of our
foreign commerce during the calendar
year 1S00. and a comparison of the figures
thus presented with these of 1590 and
the intervening years discloses some in
teresting facts. It shows a remarkable
Increase In the importation of manufac
turers materials, and an even greater
Increase in the exportation of manufac
tured geeus. while In the importation of
manufactures there is a decided decrease,
showing that the manufacturers have not
cy increased their exportations, but also
increased the share which they are sup
plying of the manufactures consumed In
the United States. The importations of
foodstuffs have decreased, while the ex
pectations of foodstuffs have materially
Increased, showing that the agricultural
producers have not only Increased their
exportations, but have only increased the
chare "which they supply of the agricul
tural products consumed In the United
livld;ng the importations into three
great clastos flrst, foodstuffs and live ani
mac, second, manufactures and luxuries;
arid, third, manufacturers', materials it
is ''rand that foodstuffs and live animals,
which In 18W formed 31.5 per cent of the
total imports, were only 26.4 per cent of
the Imports of 1300; manufactures and
luxuries, which formed 34 per cent of the
Imports of 1S99, formed but 29.5 per cent
In 1900 while manufacturers materials,
which formed but 34.3 per cent of the
total imports of 1S90, formed 44 per cent
of the total imports in 1900. On the export
sl3e, agricultural products, which formed
74.3 per cent of the total domestic ex
portations of 1890, formed only 62.2 per
cent of the total in 1900; while manufac
tures, which formed but 1S.5 per cent
of the total domestic exports in 1S90,
formed 30j4 per cent in 1000.
Turning the actual figures of Imports
and exports by great groups, it may
be said that the importation of manufac
turers' materials amounted in 1SS0 to
5282,839,034, and in 1900 to $3G5,1,600; or an
average of 51,000,000 per day; while the
exportation of manufactures, which
amounted In 1890 to 5157,126,803, was. In
1900, 5141,406,942. The importation of food
arid live animals decreased from 5259,820,
704 In 1S90 to 5219,329,205 In 1900, while the
exportation t)f agricultural products in
creased from 5628,779,597 in 1S90 to 5904,
658,958 in 1900. The importation of food
and live animals shows a decrease of 15
per cent In 1900 as compared with 1890,
while the exportation of agricjltural
products shows an Increase of 44 per cent
during the same time. Imports of manu
factures and luxuries show a decrease
of 13 per cent in 1900 as compared with
1!90, while imports of manufacturers' ma
tei'&iu show an increase of 29 per cent,
and exports of finished manufactures an
increase of 1S1 per cent during the same
The following table shows the Importa
tlia of foodstuffs and live animal?, manu
factures and luxuries, and manufactur
ers materials, in each year from 1890 to
Food and Manufac- Manufac
llve an- tures and turers' ma
imals. luxuries. terials.
1890 5259.8S0.704 5280,730.040 5282,839,094
1531 300,013.872 2,202,36S 297.097.CEO
1532 2S7,3SS,37 251.427.254 302,115,201
1893 176,106,340 230.447,210 270.634.720
1894 263,542.855 182,740,855 230,028,391
1S i 231,548,775 24S410;5S6 322.009.0S6
1896 234.494.741 198,930,754 248.411.644
1897 229.494.113 202.1G3.S57 319.937,759
1895 187.829,802 188.751,323 258.353.223
1S99 229,977.787 226,034.075 342,955,548
1900 219,329,205 244,545.532 065,144,600
The fcllowing table shows the exporta
tlcn of agricultural products, manufac
tures, and miscellaneous products, in' each
year from 1890 to 1900, domestic products
only being included:
tural Mamifac- laneous
products. tures. products.
1S90 5625,77997 5157,126,803 5 60.093,203
1891 730.0S5.395 IOS.600.912 58.653.458
1892 ...... 712.S38.S82 162.397.393 58.300.091
1S92 819,050.547 177,419,286 5S.267.936
1834 673.887.474 177,786.063 55.839.410
1895 645.715.SS1 201,153.663 60,872,871
1896 664,902,505 253,6SS,527 CS.193,161
1837 730.24,72 279,616,S9S 69,922,606
1S9S 851.916.762 307.924,394 73.717.3S4
19 782.133,405 3S0.S7S.891 30.011.048
1900 904.05S.958 441,406.942 10G,347,759
FIGHT AGAINST TONGUE.
River and Harbor BUI Started It
Tones' Move in Matter.
WASHINGTON. Jan. 24. Whatever else
may have been accomplished by the river
and harbor bill, it certainly served to set
at variance the Washington and Oregon
delegations, and- to start an active fight
against Representative Tongue. It has
been known for some time that Represen
tative Jones, of Washington, had his eye
on the river and harbor committee, but
since the House has passed the bill, he
has redoubled his efforts, and has been
actively canvassing the matter and ob
taining hedges of support from members
-of other Pacific Coast States. He will,
of course, be supported by his colleague,
and, it is understood, has the promlee of
several members of the California dele
gation, who also feel that their state has
been slighted. However, if the facts are
kr.jwn, there is more than one Represen
tative from the State of California who
aspires to a place on the river and har
bor committee, and that fact wlH mili
tate again Mr. Jones In his campaign. It
is not likely that he could replace Mr.
Tongue on the committee. It would be a
hard matter for any other Pacific Coast
member to secure this place in the next
Congress. Even If there was a vacancy,
Ihe fact that Oregon has a member ' on
the committee will operate very force
Xy against allowing the adjoining: State
of Washington to also have representa
tion, and unless there Is a very radical
change in the situation in the House and
in the .committee, it is difficult to see just
where Mr. Jones Is going to slip Into the
committee on rivers and harbors of the
Coming Farmers' Instltnte.
CORVALLIS. Or., Feb. 1. The Oregon
Agricultural College will hold farmers' in
stitutes next week at the following
named places: Wells, Benton County.
February 6; Forest Grove, Washington
County. February 6-7: Pleasant Hill, Iane
Countv. February S-8.
Big Steele te4ay, go at wholesale prices.
Came riy. .
Strictly fresfe Oregon 25c
Freh dairy. per reill 0c to 35c
Frcs cnumr ..50c
PACIFIC MKT. & GRO. CO.,
Both phones, set "Washington st
Special Rates AH Day.
Creamery butter. faH weight 50c
Turkeys, per pouad ......15c
Cilrkms. each 40c to 50d
XJurks, each ;29c to 50a
Geese, ,ech 73c to-$50-
Raior olA.net and Columbia River smelt In
Every deUeaey ts the beet, and all -prices' the
lowest , VINCB .MARKET. -
TWrta aisd AHer.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT
PORTLAND. Feb. 1. 8 P. iL Maximum
temperature. 40; minimum temperature, 30;
river reading at 11 A. ., 4.0" feet; .change in
the past St- hours. 0.2 feat; total precipitation,
5 P. M. to! P. M.. O.Oftr total precipitation
Since Sept. 1, 1000, 24.10 Inches; normal pre
cipitation since Sept. 1, 1000. 28.72 inches; de
ficiency. 2.02 Inohes; tfttal sunshine Jan. 31,
7.-04 ; possible sunshine Jan. $51. JT!42.
No rain or snow of oonse quence has occurred
In the North Pacific States during the last 12
hours. Seasonable temperatures prevail, and
the changes since yesterday have been small
and unimportant. The indleatlons are for In
creasing cloudiness In this district Saturday,
followed by-raln-durlng the afternoon or night
In Northwestern Oregon and "Western "Wash
ington. WEATHER FORECASTS.
Forecasts made at Portland for the 2S hours
ending At midnight Saturday, February 2:
Portland and vicinity Increasing cloudiness,
followed Taj' rain; winds shifting to southerly.
Oregon Increasing cloudiness,, probably fol
lowed by rain in northwest portion; variable
Washington Increasing cloudiness, probably
followed" ny rain In west portion; winds shift
ing to southerly.
Idaho Fair; variable winds.
BDWAltD A. BEALS, Forecast Official.
MARQUAM GRAND CALVIN HEILIG. Mgr.
One week, beginning Feb. 4. Matinees
Wednesday and Saturday at 2:15.
AVm. A. Brauy's production of
-WAY DOWN EAST."
Evening prices Lower floor, except last 3
rows, $1.50; last 3, $1. balcony, first 3 rows,
51; second -3, 75c; last U, 50c; gallery, 25c;
boxes and loges. $10. Matinee prices Lower
floor, except last 3 rows, $1; last 3. 75c; bal
cony, first 0 rows, 75c; last 6 rows, 50c; gal
lery, 25c; boxes and leges, $7.50.
Seats now selling.
"Week commencing Sunday evening, January
27. Matinee Saturday,
Stupendous Production of the Romantic Amer
A page from American history. Powerful
cast of characters. Types of manhood new to
the stage. New scenery and wardrobe, and jl
thrllllngly interesting play.
One week, commencing Sunday. Feb. 3, and
Saturday Matinee, that Funny Farce-Comedy,
"THE STAR BOARDER."
THE STAR BOARDER."
"THE STAR BOARDER."
Headed by Charles H. Boyle and a big com
pany of comedians. New songs and medleys.
Pretty dances. A host of charming girls. A
number of bright specialties. More music than
a comic opera.
22-CLEVER ENTERTAINERS 22
THIRD AND YAMHILL STS.
Phono Grant 741. Clarence H. Jones, Mgr.
PORTLAND'S DOWN-TOWN THEATER.
This evening at 8 o'clock and all weekj mati
nee Saturday. Lorln J. Howard presents
THE MERRY KATIE EMME1T CO.,
In her greatest success, "THE NEW WAIFS
OF NEW YORK." See the big railroad bridge
scene, see the wonderful fire scene; see the
thrilling swing for life. New scenery, elec
trical and mechanical effects. Prices never
change. Next attraction. "KIDNAPED."
FREDERICKSBURG MUSIC HALL
SEVENTH AND ALDER STS.
NEW FACES FOR THIS WEEK.
LEONIE AND LEOXIE. athletes; MISS
HATTIE WARDE. baliadlst; MISS LOUISE
KEESING, vocalist; the greatest of European
olub Juggler?, GILLEN BROS., In what Is
conceded by press and public the greatest act
of its kind In existence; the armless wonder.
C J. HUBER, doing cartoonist work, also oil
painting, with his feet; the greatest novelty
ever Introduced at this house; MISS MAY
ALBINA LODGE. NO. 101, A. F.
& A M. Stated communication this
(Saturday) evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Work in M. M. degree. All M. M.
cordially Invited. By order W. M.
A. J. HANDLAN. Sec
M. E. B. A, NO. 41, Regular
meeting this (Saturday) evening at
7:30 o'clock. A full attendance- re
quested. J. W. COLLYER,' Sec.
PLATZ In this city. Feb. 1, 1001, Rosie.
.youngest daughter of Mrs. J. Platz, of 200
East 20th st- Funeral notice later.
SCHERUR Mr. Lowrenz Scherur, from Llnn
ton, at the residence of his son-in-law, Mr. E.
Kratllger, 1032 Ohio et. Funeral from Gar
nold's funeral chapel. Second and Salmon, to
Lone Fir cemetery, Sunday, 1 P. . Friends
EDWARD MOL3IAN, Undertnkcr,4th
and Yamhill .its. Rena "Stlnson, lady
assistant. Both phones No. COT.
Flnley, Kimball Co., Undertaken.
Lady assistant. 275 Third at. Tel. J).
F. S. Dunning, Undertaker. 414 East
Alder. Lady assistant. Both phones.
ATTENTION. SOLDIERS AND WIDOWS;
also soldiers and their dependent ones, 6f the
Spanish war. See our "ad" in the Evening
Telegram. Your claim will be vigorously
prosecuted. Call or write us, at 100 Grand
ave. J. L. Wells Co.
On Improved city and farm property, at lowest
current rates. Building loans. Installment
leans MacMaster & Blrrell, 311 Worcester blk.
On Improved city and farm property
R. LIVINGSTONE. 4 S
$500.00 to $50,000.00
For leans on most favorable terms. Municipal
and school bonds purchased. W. H. Fear,
Chamber of Commerce.
We are always the first to drop prices.
Strictly fresh Oregon eggs .25c
Sweet California creamery butter 40c
Best hams 13C jb.
5-lb. can lard. 50e; In bulk. 3 lbs.. 25c
Come and get all our prices.
Oregon Cash Grocery Co.
232 14th Street North.
For This Week.
3 lb. Package Gold Dust I5C
2 cam Tabic Pears, Peaches, Apricots, 25c
Eastern Sugar Cured Picnic Hams, lb., 10c
I Gal. Honsy Drip Syrup rjc
173 Third, 352 Morrison, 752 Savicr
BEST CREAMERY, 50c
New grass'Callfornta trotter ..-.....-40c and 45c
Fine sweet dairy butter 35c and 40c
Country butter t 30c
Fresh ranch eggs.. Eastern eggs, 2 dox..33c
Arbuckle and Lion coffee, 2 lbs. for ,23c
c tee for 36e
Eastern and Oregon hums 12V4c
All seeds retailed at wholesale prices. Dsn't
ask for credit. See the
LA GRANDE CREAMERY
204 Yamhill Street.
FOR SALE ItEAL ESTATE.
LANDS TN ALASKA BY ACT OF CON
gress wWlers' additional scrip Mm be lo
cated on unsurveyed laid In Alaska. This 13
pmcttcally the only way to Title non-mineral
load in that territory. A piece of this vVirip
may be a little fortune In Alaska. From one
acre up. "Write or tt-legrapb Zoe prices and
particulars. The C-tfllr. Lnd Co., room 22
Atlantic building, Washington, D. C.
52 acres on Base Line road. 6H miles east
of Willamette River; will sell la 0-acre
tracts; $M an acre and up. We are Instruct
ed to sell only a few acres t this price.
GrlndstaH & Slain. 240 Stark.
FOR SALE ?50; TWO IMPROVED LOTS,
fenced; 30 full-bearing fruit trees, small
fruits, large cistern: all in good condition
one block east of Cloverdale Station and
Union ave; cosy terras, x. G. Ott, Pest
offlce. t rt-TT T. "mrr vrvrl t n-n .-. n.n. .
a house to suit In any part of the city Xer
amat una.. ij ujvui. uunn U2U Ott.ianCt3
terms to suit you. Seme fine bargains to
had. Daremeler, 311 Marquam "bulldlng.-
A LARGE LIST OF FARM AND CITY PROP
erty, business,. .chances, etc See us -before
buying. "Canadian Employment and Real Es
tate Ottlce, SJGft .Moriisoa, Toamltt.
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE.
For SalePrune orchards, 21 and 30 acres, al
most adjoining. 32oj bearing trees;. Italian.
Petite and a. few Sliver, some uncultivated
lana 'in both; dwelling, etc; In Red Hills,
neor Turner, Marlon Co.; fine view; to be
sold Jointly. 32SSO. Address H. W. Klrkpat
rlck,,care Standard Box Factory. Portland.
TIMBER LANDS FOR SALE.
WE BUY AND SELL TIMBER IN LARGE
or small tracts and deal in land scrip. Th
Syndicate Company. 20U California building.
FOR SALE FARMS.
STOCK AND FRUIT RANCH QF 879 ACRES
for Sale; well watered, good soil; 30 acres
tearing 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. Cat.
IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE IN ALL
parts ot Oregon and "Washington; payments
made to suit purchasers. For full particulars
as to various properties, "Apply to MacMaster
& Blrrell. 311 Worcester block.
FOR RENT FARMS.
A PLACE FOR RENT CHEAP FOR A MILK
ranch 4 miles west ot Courthouse, on Can
yon Toad. W. Bush. SI First st.
W ANTED REAL ESTATE.
REAL ESTATE WANTED FOR EASTERN
Investor; must he cheap; no agents. C. W.
LaBarre. 232 Oak.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
TYPEWRITERS. ALL- MAKES. RENTED
and sold. Expert repairing, utflce supplier,
etc. Coast Agency Co.. rod Stark st.
STEAM WOOD SAW. ENTIRELY NEW.
complete, $325. Including team and harness.
H. L. Searls, Montavilla.
FOR BEST DRY SLAB. OAK. ASH AND FIR
"wood. Hoover, 313 Water st- Phones Oregon
South t51; -Columbia S3.
FOR -BEST FIR, OAK AND ASH WOOD GO
to Pioneer Wood Yard, foot of Morrison st.
FOR SALE FINE SILVER-LACED WYAN
dotte cockerels. W. S. Falling, station A
Magic lanterns, new, second-hand, moving pic
tures. Bullard & Breck, 131 Post, Sin Fran.
STANDARD-MAKE PIANO FOR SALE OR
rent; in good condition. L 13, care Oregonlan.
KEff UPRIGHT PIANO, $180; COST 540b.
"Weber, $50; 3 squares, 125 each. 104 First.
$75 FOR TEAM. WAGON AND HARNESS.
C. Davis, Peninsular, Or. Phone Pmk U01.
HORSES FOR SALE BY L. O. RALSTON.
Residence, C08 Market: barn. 037 Jefferson.
$15 FOR A NEW GAS RANGE; $3 CASH,
balance $2 per month. Gas Co.. 174 Fifth.
FOR SALE ONE FIRST-CLASS FAMILY
cow; for sale reasonable. 120 East 27th.
HELP WANTED MALE.
50 LABORERS. CITY. 25c HOUR; 10 R. R.
laborers. $2, board $3.50; 20 loggers, buck
ers, "barkers, swampers, rigging rustlers,
skid men. $2 to $3. board $3.5o; bench hands,
$2.50; man and wife, ranch, $45, one,. $25,
woodchoppers, 80c; 2 second cooks, city. $25;
other work. Canadian Agency, 22G Morri
son. Loggers' headquarters.
AV ANTED ACTIVE WORKERS EVERY
where to take orders for "Life of Queen Vlc
tor'a," COO pages, 200 Illustrations; lowest re
tal price; big commissions; credit given;
freight paid. Outfit postpaid free on appli
cation. Address Globe Bible Publishing Co.,
723 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.
WANTED MAN "EXPERIENCED IN SMALL
fruits, gardening and general work, on small
farm near city. Apply Saturday and Sunday,
three-fourths mile east from end Montavilla
car line, G. W. Lange.
SALESMEN FOR OFFICE SPECIALTIES,
by sample. Easy seller; liberal terms; we
help you start; exclusive ter.; earn $20 week
ly; catalogue free. Model Mfg. Co.. Dept. 31,
South Bend. Ind.
"LIFE OF QUEEN VICTORIA." COMPLETE
authorized edition; "best terms; complete out
fit, mailed for 15c. S. C. Miller & Co., Mar
quam building, Portland.
WANTED RELIABLE MAN TO REPRE
wnt sii -established house on salary. Good
position "to right party. Address P. O. box
587, Portland. Or.
WHEN YOU WANT A CLERK. BOOKKEEP
er, stenographer or any skilled help, go to
Clerks' Registration Bureau, 27014 Washing
ton st., room 1.
AT ONCE, YOUNG MAN TO WORK FOR
Portland wholesale house; traveling to be
gin. Address G 23, care Oregonlan.
IF YOU WANT A POSITION, YOU SHOULD
go to Clerks Registration Bureau, room 1,
270 Washington st.
Al RETAIL SHOE SALESMAN; MUST
know his business; references required. W 23,
ACME EMP. BUREAU. 245 Morrison, phones
Oak 90G, Col. 287. Help free to employers.
Workingman'8 Barber Snop; haircut 15c, shavo
10c. 7 chairs. Ed Dennlston, 2u5 Morrison st.
BARBER WANTED. 301 FIRST ST.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
Behnke's Commercial College. Success guar
anteed by our method of Individual instruc
tion. Shorthand taught by experienced ste
nographer. Wash., cor. 2d. Tel. Clay 461.
YOUNO LADY TO HELP WITH HOUSE
work and teach three children, good homo
and wages to right person; country. Address
B 21. care Oregonlan.
GIRL TO ASSIST WITH HOUSEWORK AND
care of two children. 809 East Stark, near
East 20th st. Telephone Scott "343.
WANTED GIRL FOR SECOND WORK AND
sewing. Apply in mornings from 10 to 12,
153 North 20th st.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK; GER
man, Swedish tor Norwegian. Apply In after
neon, 355 14th.
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR WORK? CALL
and see what we have. Canadian Parlors,
GIRL WANTED FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; no washing; two in family. 41'5 Mont
ACME EMP. BUREAU. 245A MORRISON,
wants house girls; good places, good pay.
WANTED CAPABLE NURSE GIRL. IN
qulre forenoons, 154 ISth st. north.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. Call at 374 Morrison st.
WANTED COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework. 741 Gllsan st.
GIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK; SMALL
family. 5G West Main st.
FIRST-CLASS TAILOKESS WANTED. COR.
Third and Madison.
WANTED-GOOD GIKL. AT 387 12TH ST.
Apply, at once.
TJoolckcepers and Clerka.
GENTLEMAN. HAVING HAD EXTENSIVE
business experience abroad and In America,
desires position as manager or assistant 1n
growing concern; option of Investing capital
desired. B 23, Oregonlan.
MAN OF SOME EXPERIENCE AS MINING
bookkeeper, storekeeper or assistant would
like to hear from a mining company; best of
references. Address X 24, Oregonlan.
NOTICE TO MILL AND POWER COMPA
nles Any one in need of steady, temperate
and competent machinist, engineer and elec
trician, please call or address Engineer, 31d
Sixth St.. Portland.
SITCATIOXS WASTED FEMALE.
WANTED SITUATION AS COMPANION TO
elderly lady or nurse Isr an invalid; best of
city references. V 23, Oregonlan.
JAPANESE GIRL WANTS PLACE; WAGES
no objection. B "22. care Oregonlan.
SITUATION TO DO SECOND WORK OR
housework. Inquire 420 Everett st.
LD7E AND REIGN OF QUEEN VICTORIA
Agents' profit from $10 to $25 per day; large,
fully illustrated" book ovsr OOO tjagoa only
.$t.iT: big commissions"; no capital required;
freight "paid; no experience necessary; we
furnish the work and teach you free: great
-opportunity; act quick; s&a 10 corns 0 help
pay pbstare on agent's tree sample. World
BlbTe- UOUse, J(Ed Raw $L, PbllodelpWa,
VICTORIA. QUEEN AND EMPRESS." A
complete biography and history of her time.
Fccr years In preparation. Agents wanted,
extra terms; freight paid: credit given- Out
fit now ready; sent free. A great oppor
tunity. Write tcday Zlegler Co., 521 Monon
AGENTS ON SALARY OR COMMISSION:
the groatest agents' seller ever produced; ev
ery user of pen and ink buys it On sight;
200 to 500 per cent profit; one agent's sales
amounted to $620 in six days; another $32 in
two hours. Monroe Mfg". Co.. X 44, La
WANTED TO RENT.
BOARD WANTED; GENTLEMAN WANTS
Comfortable room and board with private
family; Central. East or West Siae. W 24.
WANTED BY RELIABLE PARTY, 5 OR 6
room cottage; must be centra tjy located. Ad
dress, stating price, F W, care Oregonlan.
WANTED THREE OR "FOUR NICELY 'FUR
nlshed rooms; central; no Children. Address
Y 23, care Oregonlan.
YOUNG LADY DESIRES ROOM AND BOARD
in nice private family; best of references. T
23. care Oregonlan.
WANTED DOUBLE-BARRELED BREECH
loadlng shotgun, 12 or 1(3 gauge, not Over ij
weight; state lowest price, condition. F 23.
"WANTED-SECOND-HAND 8 HORSE-POW-er
boiler, and refrigerator, 4 feet wide,
about I) long. Call or address 44 Second st.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR MEN'S CAST-
off clothing; and shoes. 32 North 3d. Pnuii
Hood 017. Orders promptly attended to.
SCHOOLGIRL TO WORK FOR HER BOARD;
family of three adults; good home; centrally
located. D 19, care Oregonlan.
Second-hand furniture, stoves, etc. Kutner A
Co.. 32 N. Third. Oregon phone Cay fi&Q.
THE SPALDING. S. E COR. PARK AND
Alder bts., under the management of tne
owner, Helen F. Spaiding The most complete
apartment-house in the Northwest: choice
rooms, for gentlemen or gentleman and wife;
furnished housekeeping suites a specialty.
THE PLEASANTON, 2bSi4 THIRD ST. FINE
furnished rooms, en suite, smgle or house
keeping; sunlignt in all rooms; bath included;
most reasonable terms; transient solicited.
THE. NEW CASTLE, S. E. COR. THIRD AND
Harrison sts. Rooms, furnished or unfur
nished; all modern conveniences; references.
The La Porte. 170 Third, cor Yamhill First
class, clean, neat roomt, $1.25 per week up;
transient, L5c day up; transient solicited.
ELEVENTH. 258 NICELY FURNISHED
front alcove room, suitable one or two gen
tlemen; modern; private family.
THREE FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT,
for two months; above Steinbach's. Call Sat
urday, room 33.
Three new unfurnished rooms.
second floor, with use of bath and cellar. 70
ONE LARGE ALCOVE ROOM; SUITABLE
for two; terms $10. Phone Front 1004. 314
THE BONITA. 851 7TH, NEAR LIBRARY
Furnished rooms; breakfast Served If wished.
Furnished rooms, with or without board. 350
Madlton, cor. Park. Mrs. A M. HoUck.
It oms "With Board.
PORTLAND WOMEN'S UNION: 13TH YEAR;
rooms, with board; enameled bath tubs; use
of library; Woman's Exchange; Industrial
school. Address Mrs. E. C. George, super
intendent. 510 Flanders st.
SUITE OF ROOMS AND BOARD; FIRST
class; large lawn, elegant view. 024 Salmon
st. Take Washington car to King st.
PLEASANT ROOMS, WITH BOARD; GAS,
bath And telephone; terms reasonable; pri
vate family. 533 East Ahkeny.
NICE FURNISHED ROOMS. "WITH BOARD;
good home cooking; reasonable. 105 Seventh,
block from Portland Hotel.
THE COLONIAL, 165 IOTH STREET ONE
suite, second 'floor, front; also single room;
table and service -first -class.
FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH OR WITHOUT
board, very reasonable. 105 Seventh street,
block from Portland Hotel.
PLEASANT ROOMS. WITH BOARD; GOOD
location; gas, bath and telephone; terms rea
sonable. 533 East Ankeny.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS, EN SUITE
or single; hot and cold water; with "board.
At 225 11th st.
191 11TH. BETWEEN YAMHILL AND TAY
lor Comfortable rooms, with good board.
THE HESPERIAN ONE SINGLE FRONT
room. C33 Morrison.
FIVE OR SIX UNFURNISHED ROOMS. NOB
Hill; all modern conveniences; no children;
reference. CO 18th st, north.
2 FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS;
closets,, pantry and bath; no children. CO
North 13th, near Everett.
3 FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS;
gas light, use of bath; one,',black from car
line. 780 Cofbett st. t -
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS AND SINGLE
suites for Tent. At The Orovllle, 228Ji
UNFURNISHED ROOMS; all modern conven
iences; private family; references. 2C9 14th.
WHILE YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A HOUSE
why not call and see if you cannot afford to
buy one on my easy-payment plan; small
cash payment, balance same as .rent, in any
part of the city. Dammeler, 511 Marquam
FOR RENT 0-ROOM HOUSE. EAST' SIDE;
$12. 7-room house, $10. C-room flat. West
Side, $18. Torgter, 100 Sherlock building.
?10 PER MONTH; A NICE. CLEAN. MOD
ern 0-room flat; bathroom, pantry and shed,
, porch, nice view. TJ07 Hood su
NEW HOUSE. JUST COMPLETED; MOD
ern In every particular; 8 rooms. 739 Over
ton St., near 23d.
9-ROOM MODERN HOUSE, AT 1000 EAST'
Washlngtbn, Sunnyslde. Inquire 1023 East
FOR RENT AN ELEGANT 8-ROOM HOUSE;
all modern imprcvemt'hts. Apply 391 Seventh
$S PER MONTH AND UP; COTTAGES. FUR
nlshed complete for housekeeping. Telephone
J. Landigan, any time except P. M.
FURNISHED COTTAGE. 360 EAST DAVIS
St., cor. Third. Apply between 10 A. M. and
FOR RENT FURNISHED 5-ROOM COT
tage. 89 East 11th St.. near East Washing-,
A DESIRARLE 5-ROOM COTTAGE, COM
pletely furnished. Apply 541 Sixth s"t.
C GEE WO. GREAT CHINESE DOCTOR.
Now Is your chance to get cured at small
cost. -Special prices for 3o days. Guarantees
to cure catarrh, asthma, lung, rheumatism,
nervousness. Stomach, liver, Kidneys, Temala
diseases; $5 to $50. All diseases not men
tioned, $1 up. "feend Tor blank circular; In
close stamp 132Vb Third st.. Portland. Or.
3U WOMEN WANTED IRREGULAR. PA1N
ful or stoppages, leucorrhoea iwhltes) and all
diseases pertaining to. change, ot life, cured
by old Dr. Kessler. 2.10tl lamhlll st., Port
land. Or. Private 'walttng'-robrn tor ladles.
Consultation free Call or write, inclose 10
DRESS SUITS RENTED. ALL SIZES. WE
call for sponge, press and deliver one suit of
your clothing each week, tew on button., sew
up rips, for $t per month. Dyeing, steam
cleaning and repairing. Unique Tailoring Co..
347 Washington Both phones.
ONLY EXPERT CHIROPODIST. SCIENTIF
IC masseuse, artistic manicurist on Pacific
Coast, recently from Chicago. Gran Espe
clfico cures corns. D. Cleopatra. Cream guar
anteed remove wrlnlcles. 20 Raleigh block.
WANTED INFORMATION FROM ANY ONE
who can give some trace of one Allen P.
Austin, who came to Orgon and Walla
Walla. Wash., over 30 years "ago. Address
E. Austin. San Francisco. Cal,
THE PORTLAND CLUB., INC . A PLACE QF
amusement 'find recreation fbr gentlemen. K0
Fifth st, and 291. Alder. The -cafe In con
nection carries the .best line of liquors and
cigars the world produces.
MUTUAL MAGNETS; TBEST MATRIMONIAL
paper published; gives lists with ipersonat dt
script Ions of hundreds who want to marry;
sample free. Mutual Magnets, box 919L, CM
MANLY, VIGOR ;RESTdRED BY DR. KOB
eits Nerve Globules. One month's' treatment.
$2; 3 months. 5. Sent securely staU-d by
mail. Agents. Woodard -& -Ciurke. Portland.
DURING JANUARY AND FEBRUARY 1
will make your dresses in the latest -style at
less than my usual prices; first-class work.
Mme. I Moller. .'145 Washington St., room 2.
PRIVATE SANITARIUM FOR women's dis
eases and confinement; best care: reasonable;
comforts home; country coses solicited. Dr.
Darling. Mgr.. CambriCke bide. Portland.
YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS ARE MORE Ac
curately and reasonably filled at EysseU'
Pharmacy. 227 Morrison St., bet. 1st and 2d.
PILES, PERMANENTLY CURED WITHOUT
Operation, no pain, no detention from busi
ness; no carbolic acid used. Box 317. city.
FUR GARMENTS REMODELED. SEALSKIN
Jackets to order, for sale or trade, G.
Konlgsberg, 210 Allsky bldg. Furs bought.
WE PRINT 30 CALLING CARDS. PROPER
size and tylc. 23c; 200 business cards. $1.
Brown & Schmale, 221) First st.. Portland.
WE WANT YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS TO
fill. Come and sea us. Knight's Drag Store.
12t! Sixth su
SCHOOL BOOKS, BOUGHT. SOLD AND Ex
changed. The Old Book Store. 220 Yamhill.
MME. KELLOGG'S SCHOOL OF DRESS
cuttlng and dressmaking, 34!) Morrison st.
MARRIED? If not. why not? Matrimonial. pa
per. 10c. Lock Box 600. Portland. Or.
MRS. DR. McCOY. electric treatments. 133H
First St.. cor. Alder, rooms 38 and 3a.
THE OXYGENOR KING CURES WITHOUT
medicine. 2iKii Morrison, room 18.
"X" NOTE RECEIVED. WRITE 'SOON.
COS .box. city.
SHIP COUNTY OF DUMFRIES. CAPTAIN
Leslie, from Shanghai Neither the captain
nor the undersigned con&iguees ot thciauove-naini-d
vessul will he responsible tor any
debts that may be cOntruciuU by ihe cr:w.
Taylor, loung & Co., Agents. Portland, Or.,
Jan. 30. 1801.
FRENCH BARK GENERAL DE BOISDEF
fre, Captain Le Tung.?, froui swaaa
Neither urn -captuln nor tne undersigned con
signees tit the ubove-iutmed vessel will be re
sponsible for any debts thut may be contract
ed by the crew. Taylor, Young & Co.,
Agents. Portland, Or., Feb. 1, llWi.
PROPOSALS FOR CLOTHING AND EQUIP
age Depot Quartermaster s OtHce, 30 New
Montgomery ijt., San Francisco, Cat.. Febru
ary 2, lOOt. Sealed proposals. In triplicate,
will be received at this office until 11 o'clock
A. M., Friday, February 8, Iswl, Pacific
standard time, and then opened, for furnish
ing -Nankeen drawers, .Nankeen &nlrls, car
bonized paper, crystallized uaptbauhe and
fiax twflie. Preference will be given to arti
cles of domestic production and manutac
ture, conditions ot pries and quality being
equal (including In the price of foreign pro
duction and manufacture the duty thereon),
and Such preference will be given to articles
of American production and manufacture pro
duced on the Pacific Cuoat, to the extent of
the consumption required by the public serv
ice there. The United States reserves the
right to accept or reject any or all propo
sals or any part thereof. Information and
blanks for proposals will be furnished on ap
plication. Envelopes containing proposals
will be Indorsed -Pioposal3 No. w5," and ad
dressed to MAJOR OSCAR F. LONG, Quar
termaster, V. S Vols., Depot Quartermaster.
PROPOSALS FOR COAL OFFICE OF GEN
eral Superintendent Army Ttransport Serv
ice, San Francisco, Cal , February 1, 1001.
Sealed proposals, in triplicate, tor furnish
ing and delivering on board Army transports
at San Francisco, Cal., thirty thousand tons,
more or less, average steam coal, will be re
ceived at this ofiTce until 12 M., February 15,
1901, and then opened. Information fur
nished On application. Envelopes containing
proposals should be indorsed "Proposals for
coal," and addressed to OSCAR F. LONG.
U. S. ENGINEER OFFICE, FLOOD BCJ1LD
lng, San Francisco, Cal., January S, 1IW1.
Sealed proposals lor building steam vessel
will be received here until 12 M., February
8, 1001, and then opened. Information fur
nished on application. CHAS. E. L. 11.
DAVIS. Major, Eng'fs.
MONITION IN THE UNITED STATES Dis
trict Court, for the District ot Oregon The
United States vs. 149 achool Books .o. 452.
In obedience to a warrant of seizure to'me
directed, in the above-entitled cauae, I have
seized and taken into my ppssession the fol
lowing described property, winch I. L. Pat
terson, Collector of Customs for the collec
tion district of the Willamette, Seized as" for
feited to the use of the United States, town,
149 school books. For the causes set rorth in
the libel ot Information, now pending in the
United States District Court toe the district
of Oregon, at Portland, Or., l hereby give
notice to all persons claiming the said de
scribed property, or knowing or having any
thing to say why the same snoutd not "be con
demned and forfeited, according to the pray
er of the libel of information, that they be
and appear before the said court, to be held
In and for the district of Oregon, at the
United States Court room, in the City of
Portland, on the 4th day of March, luut, at
10 o'clock In the forenoon of that day. if
the same shall be a day of Jurisdiction, oth
erwise on the next day of Jurisdiction there
after, then and there to interpose a claim for
the same, and to make their allegations in
that behalf. Dated Portland. Or., Jan. 31.
1001. ZOETH HOUSER, U. S. Ma.Ts.hal. Dts-
' trlct ot Oregon.
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP THE
copartnership heretofore existing bstweeu the
undersigned, at San Francisco, Cat, and In
the States ot Oregon. Washington and Idaho
and .in British Columbia, is this day dis
solved by mutual consei.t. the business and
partnership bemg succeeaed by Blsslnger &
Co., a corporation organized under the laws
of the State of California. Blsslnger & Co.,
corporation, assume all debts and obligation
of the late firm of Blsslnger & Co.. and is
authorized to collect all the accounts and ob
ligations duo the -same, and succeeds to all
Dated San Francisco, Jan. 2, 1901.
NOTICE IS HEREBY CfVEN THAT TTtOM
and after this date I "will not he responsible
for any debts or contracts entered into by
any person or persons in connection with .the
management or working of the tl3h oil and
guano business carried on at Blaine, Wash.,
and Astoria, Or., under the name of T. H.
Wymonde. unless such lebts or contracts are
authorized In writing- by myself or my
agents. Messrs. W. A. Ward, of Victoria. B.
C. or Messrs. W. A Anderson & Company,
Limited, of Vancouver, 11. -C. Dated this
25th day of January, 1001. Georga De La
Poer Beresford. By Davis. Marshall & Mac
neill. his Solicitors.
TO FOUNDRY AND MACHINE MEN FOR
rent or salt Foundry and machine plant, at
Salem, Or.; well located, good buildings,
good machinery and tooia, complete. In ma
chine rooms, blacksmith and foundry looms;
laige collection of machine and house pat
terns. Inquire of Ladd & Bush. Salem.
FOR SALE A FIRST - CLASS, WELL
equipped grocery store, with an established
business Ot 21 years. For particulars address
Alien Lewis, Portland, Or., or box 1US.
FOR SALE GROCERY. ON PROMINENT
corner; monthly soles $125j: everything first
class; price $2500, or will Invoice; this will
bear Investigation. Address Grocer, Care Ore
gonlan. HOTEL OF 87 ROOMS FOR SALE, ON Ac
count of sickness of owner; must retire; will
sell cheap if taken 'at Once; good' location.
Call 334 Gllsan st.. cor. Seventh, room 4.
A FINE OPENING FOR A GOOD MILLIN
er,; fine established millinery business for
aie, owing tokilt health. Mrs. N. L. Whit
aker, Corvallls, Benton County, Or.
FOR SALE LODGING-HOUSE, 47 ROOMS;
clears ?150 over expenses per month; price
$2000; centrally located; owner must go o
Europe. Address A 23. Oregonlan.
BOARDING-HOUSE. FIRST-CLASS; 48
rooms; receipts $1000 month; -retiring ac
count VC health; good property In part pay
ment. C 20 Oregonlan,
FOR SALE Vi BLOCK, GOOD WELLING
house and hardware, tin. stove and larm Im
plement huslnes3. Inquire of Jerry Williams.
North Yamhill, Or.
SALE AND RENT-3 STORES. STOCK DRY
goods, hardware or groceries, good location;
paying; by owner; part time. Box 3221,- city.
FO"R SALE OR TRADE The-largest and "best
paying cigar and confectionery stand in Van
couver. Wash. Mcpherson. Tremont Hotel,
SALOON, CONNECTED WITH HOTEL. lNA
goOd Interior town. Is offered for sale cheap.
Rothchlld Bros.. 20 North First st.
FOR SALE GENERAL MERCHANDISE
store. For particulars see Allen & LCwhr,
4(5 Front St.. Portland. Or.
FOR SALE BAKERY: GOOD LQCATION.
good wagon route. U 23, care .Oregonlan.
FOR SALE-SALOON ON THTRD ST.. IN A
'good location. Apply at 215 Front-at
HOTEL FOR "SALVOR- RENT. INQUIRE O.
V. Mct&eibTln. Stwrlffau, 0r. "- -
McCLURE SANITAST BANDAGE FOR
women has no equal. 417 Mdrquam pulHHng.
deo. T. Murton. 307 Chamber Of Can. Phone
Brown 450. Accounts txa!nd, books np.
As!i)crs afll Anuljst:.
J. H fisk, mineral assaYEU and
chemist; gu.u dust bougnt. 10 aaotogton.
PAUL BAUMEL. ASSAYER AND ANALYST.
gold dust bought. 22S4 Stark aU
DR. BENJAMIN, astrologist and phrenologist,
located 2oJVa First st. Phone Clay 542.
J. W. RANSOM. ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW AND
counselor, ji.a Bank Ddg., Portland, Or.
Bnblirtt Metal nl Solder.
W. W. Blaney, mir., 100 N. IOth. Portland;
best quality; lowest prices. Tel. South 111.
J, K. UILL & CO.. WHOLESALE AND RE
tal) booksellers and stationers. 133-35 3d kt.
Carpenters and Builders.
J. A. MELTjJN. JOtlBi:G. CABINET WORK,
store fixtures. iUI stark. Both phones.
Geff. Gardner, carpenter and builder, general
Jobbing, 223 Second, rhoni Main 339.
Chiropodists and Manlcarlntr.
WM. DEVENY MAUD DEVENY. THE
only scientific chiropodists, parlors 301 Allsky
bldg., 3d Morrison. Ore. phono- Grant HL
Civil Knirlneer anil Surveyor.
ALFRED F. SEARS, RAILROADS. WATER
works. Bewetagq and Irrigation. 253 Sixth st.
Mme. Dr. Herzog. from Berlin, scientific re
vuler; tells entire lire, past, present and fu
ture; ixasuauUon on all affairs; nothiHg ex
cepted; name given, gwu advice; sure neip;
mistake impossible; imports genuine gypy
loe powdci. Fee $1, letter $2. 303 Alder.
VLLCAN COAL CO.. dealers In house, steam
and blacksmith coals. Also foundry coke.
Front st., near Gllsan. Ore. tel. Red 17UC
HERMAN METZGER, PURCHASER OF
hides, pelts, furs, wool, mohair, tallow, old
rubber and old metal, and general commu-
slon merchant. Front at., near Main, Port
land. Or. Cash ndvuhfces. on consignments.
TAILOR. l'OUNO CO.. SHIP BROKERS
and commission merchants. Sherlock bldg.,
ALLEN & LEWIS. COMMISSION AND PRO
duce merchants. Front & D sts.. Portland, Or
EVEKDINO & FARRELL. commission, butter,
eggs, chickens and farm produce. Portland.
METAL SKYLIGHTS. GALVANIZED IRON
cornices. J. C Bayer. 205 Second st.
Dr. Stryker. 141 1st. cor. Aldsr. I. O. O. F.
Temple. Phones Oregon Clay a22; Col. 795.
yeing and denning.
H. v.. TtttNBH, PKOFESSIONAL DYER
and cleaner. 301 17th. Tel. Red 181.
Western Electric Works, house wiring, bell
work, repairs, motors, dynamos. 305 Is Wash.
DKAMATIC ELOCUTION AND MUSIC BY
London graduate; good stago for practice.
Mrs., George Smythe. A. O. U. W. building.
Fence and Wire Works.
OLD EAST PORTLAND FENCE AND WIRE
Works. A. Carlson. 289 East Morrison st.
Hnlr Dreasingfiind TUnnicnring.
ROSENTHAL SISTERS, 100 FIFTH. OPP.
P. O. Switches a specialty. Phone Hood 014.
Harness and Saddles.
BRKTMAN 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.
Dr. G. M. Keller's Hydropathic Institute, Pied
mont. Portland. Or. ; rheumatism and kindred
diseases successfully treated; best references.
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, 012-W5 Marquam bldg.
HAMBURG-BREMEN FIRE INS. CO., 102
Flrnt t. Boyd & Arnold. General Agents.
International Book Concern.
392 MORRISON ST. PUBLICATIONS AND
periodicals in atl the principal languages.
Iron Founders, Ulaeh'sts, Fltlp B'ld'rs.
WOLFF & ZWICKER IRON WORKS; C J.
Reed and F. Wolff, receivers; designers and
rofrs. of ships, steamboats, marine, mining
and milling machinery; riveted steel pipe.
Best prices paid for Junk, bottles, rubber, etc
L. Shank. 312 Front. Phone South S)9L
THE SNOWDEN" TUB AND VAPOR
baths, massage, electricity. 1314 Fourth,
near Alder. Phone Red 421.
PAOLA VAPOR BATHS. FOR RHEUMATISM
and kidney trouble. 1894 Third st,, room 7.
Marble and Granite Works.
AYEEKS. 720 FRONT; LARGE, SELECT
stock 6r manumdnts. Finely finished gtanite
monuments at wholesale prices, when snipped
to order, direct from Eastern quarries. See
us and save money.
PORTLAND MAltBLE WORKS; marble, gran
ite and stone -work. Schanen & Neu. 2(18 1st.
Ottumwa mining hoists, dynamos, motors, taw
mills, etc. Tatum. Bowen. 29-35 First st.
THE ALASKA GOLD MIN1NC ASSOC1A
tion Is the best mining Investment on the
Coast. .bur particulars tea Tagg&rt. 513
Chamber 'of Commerce.
31 ns I cal.
Lersons.500, piano, guitar, banjo, mandolin, vio
lin instruments for sale. Mrs. Martin, 1046 1st
T. J. GEISLER, 14-818 CHAMBER OF COM.
Domestic and foreign patents secured, etc.
PAUL CROMWELL, THE COLORED SPE
claliat, has opened up bis office at 347 Front,
and will sen his medicine as usual. Medi
cines for all kinds, of chronic diseases.
l'or'and Riding Clnbs.
LIVERY AND BOARDINQ; LADIES XNO
gentlemen's saddle horses. 354 Jefferson.
Ttr. R. B. Northrup, specialist In nervous and
chronic diseases, suite 410 Dekum bldg; ad
and Wash. Examinations free. Tel. Main 349.
DR. L. B. SMITH. PIONEER 08TEOPATH.
suite 409 Oregonlan bldg. Phone Oak 1.
W. A, Rogers, D. O.. grad. of the original A.
T. Still School. 533 Marquam. Tel. Main 21.
Oregon Viavi Co.
Lewis bldg.. Park and Morrison. Free Health
lectures to women Thursday, at 2:30 P. M.
OVERLAND STQRAGE 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 076.
'Physicians and Surgeons.
DR, CORA a TALBOTT. SPECIALIST. 15
years experience In diseases of women; lat
est Improved mefbed rn the treatment of -atl
-female troubles; patients 'treated successfully
by mall. Office J81 First st.
Dr FTftra,A. Brown, diseases of Women and
children a specialty. Consultation oral diag
nosis free. 517-512 The Dekum. Portland. Or.
UR. JAMES DlCKSBN. SPECIALIST IN KIO
ney and Tkla xiise&cs. Odd Fellows Temple.
Unci y. 43 N. 3d. r. Coueh. fcans
.raoBey; bargains in unredeemed pledges.
IixM-dass meats, chevk sysum; white laber.
I'nxiu4. life Mtk. . ri. Brown, pru'p.
SAFES. JAILS. BURGLAR-PROOF SAFB3.
both new awl seooad-haad. Lockouts opeoed
and gentai repairs. J E. Davis, UU Third.
Lareu, uiti pannul, svlatirlc life readings
aM tvadtns ovenei in lii; Often past ana fu
ture, tor b-un or loss. 21tf Allsky bufkllng.
CHKlnOJdA. THE CELEBRATED PALMIST,
git ..cutihv ute recRftngs, past ana tuturv.
ranees 3 xialeign bldg., oixm and Wasn.
Miss A. M. Steveraod, scientific, -palmist and
p-cmc. rtau past, pre.ant, tuture. iuyv, 1st.
Sho-rrcnscx and Store Fixtures.
vo. MituoN Ji CO., FRONT AND
Ixrriiui A. Trulitngr, spclullst; complexion.
scalp Weatment, munUOring. Parlor 2tl
Riissel bkig.. tta and Morr. Phon Frent 375.
MRS. WALLACE. RELIABLE CLAIRVOY
ant and pay cute Hie rvtuler; consult her ,6a
bon:& affairs, love troueies, absent fnends;
Ud auvitie on mines; reuolngs duHy.-JOc ana
up. luij irst kt.. onlce 7. consult the boW
DR. COLLINS. SPIRITUAL. BUSINESS,
rwaltng meotum, readings dauy; by letter, ?.
Cirxiu tetngnt. i4aVj Mixta.
MKS. CORNELIUS; questions answered; .dis
eases diagnosed by mall, fee $1. P. O. box 374.
Mrs. C. Cornelius; Medium, 205 Goodnougn
bidg.. Filth una l'amhlll. Tel. Brown 441.
'Storage and Transfer.
..,.-..y,K i UJW RA1ES UAN HE HAD
at Fred Blckels storehouse, 31 North Front-
Stoves, Itanges, Household H'dwnre.
Hardware, soH- ugt. Universal sieves-& ranges;
housef urnishlng goods. J. J. Kadderly. 141 1st.
Tents and. Awning.
PwKTLa.w TE.NT Ac AWNING CO.. TENTS.
saris, awnings. 228 Ankeny. ret. Grant 1501.
Nca iurKi.il kwtn parlors, modern appliances,
gents only. 525 Cnamber Com., J. F. King.
lurkish baths, modern; open 9 A. M. to 5 A.
M. 300 Oregonlan bldg., J. D. MoKtnnon,
ALLEN & LEWIS. WHOLESALE GROCERS,
cor. N. Front and Davis sts.. Portland. Of.
?11K).000 TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE SE
curlty; any amount at lowest rates. Western
Investment & Loan Co., second floor, 245ft
Morrison St.. batween Second and Third.
.A.-o ll'MOL'T PUBLICITY ON REAL
or chattel mortguges, personal or salary se
curity . at low rates. C. AV. Pallett. 213 Com
mercial Week. Tel. Grant 850.
LOANS ON FURNITURE. PIANOS, READ
estate and all kinds of securities. 12S 3d St.,
C. H. Thompsons Cut-Kate Ticket Ofilee.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES; NO
commissions, and abstract of title lurnlshed.
Portland Abstract Co., 002 Commercial tlk.
LOANS ON FURNITURE. PIANOS AND
other securities, lowest rates. S. W. King,
room 45 Washington bidg. Phone Hood '415.
95 AiD U'P. IN SUMS TO SUIT. ON ALL
kinds of security. W. A- Hathaway, room lo
Wellington building. Phone Hood 413.
LOANS IN SUMS FKOM $5 TO $500; ON ALL
ciasaa) of security, rt. 1. Eckerson & Co..
ruuin 5 vv'asbiugton bldg. Phone Clay 883.
LOANS ON UNIMPROVED SUBURBAN
property and all other good securities. W. IL
jsuuii. uli lacieay 111k- Phone "Mam C22.
-w.Otf "lO JAN Al 5ft. 0. 7 PER CENT.
City and suburban property lor sale and rent,
Wiii. -j. UeoK. 321 -iWrison st.
MO.Nriy TO LOAN ON ALL KINDS OF SE
, curtiy. m. Hull, ruom 9 Wasnlngton bldg.
LOANS en chattels, salaries, etc, low rates.
bee us first. Mann & 'Co.. C04 Dekum bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN, (J per cent, farm or city
property. O. M. bmltn, 3 Cn. of Commerce.
State funds loaned 0 per cent, W. E. Thomas,
state agt. for Mule Co.. 400 Cham, of Com.
MONEY. TO LOAN ON CHATTEL SECURI
ty. Phone Red 2853. Frame. 510 Marquam.
Loans on all kinds Of securities. Gold dust
bought. 214 Commercial blx. Tel, Hood 403.
MONEY TO LOAN. C AND 7 PER CENT, ON
real estate. Plympton. 2014 Morrison st.
LOST A'D FOUXD.
LOST LIGHT BROWN IRISH SETTER,
named ' Bruno"; spilt nose, white spot on
forehead, wnite paws. Reward. $2.50. Louis
Itosbanigo, 345 Coueh St., cor. Seventh.
LOST JEitSEY COW. STRAYED FROM
Hoiladay's Addition. Finder call up Oregon
phone nuss 311. Reward.
LOST BLACK MARTEN BOA ON THIRD
or Merrlson to Steinbach's. Return 225 Pino.
x'OR'll-iViND TRUST COMPANY
OF OREGON, .
109 1HIKU SlMtEET.
Money to loan on mortgage.
A general trust ana agency business transacted.
iNJ. I. COHEN - Prestdent
H L. PITToCK. A. S. NICHOLS.-. Vice-Proa.
j. alb'iuCK. J. O. GOLTRA.... Secretaries
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OK PORTLAND, OR;
Designated Depository and financial Agent of,
the United States.
President H, W. CORBETT
Vice-PreslQent. ............... ....a, l.. ,i.y
Cashier E. W1THINGTON
XlXant Cashier . ., J. W. NE WK1RK
&evonO Assistant Cashier. W . C. ALVOftU
Letters of credit issued, available, in Europe
ana the Eastern Slates.
Sight exchange and telegraphic transfers sold
or M:W iork. Boston. Cnicago, St. Louis, Bt,
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-the-Main
Hong Kong. Yokohama. Copenhagen,
cnristtania, Stockholm. St. Petersburg. Mos
cow. Zurich. Honolulu.
Collections made on favorabla terms.
i vnn TILTON, BANKERS
Transact a ueneral Banking Business.
Intel allowed on time deposits.
rnns made at all points on favorabla
Ura" iStte" " credit Issued available in
SS xdcnangfT!Saphic. Transfers
J?u on Ivew lurk. Washlnston. Chicago, sat
Louls Denver. Omaha. San Francisco and vart
os polnS i in Oregon. Washington, luaho. Mon-
Txcngrdrndotv Paris. Berlin.
Frankfort and Hong Kong.
95 T VALENTINE PRESIDENT
"" (San Branelseo.) crri.o
K. LEA BARNES AioVV'TCr"'prrwiF
JOHN E. MIVES.-ASSISTANT CASHIER
r-Moral Banking Business transacted. Ex
ehe sold? and Letters or Credit Issued,
available nVill parts of the Tvorl-
xtfrCHANTS national bank
MERCH PORTLAND, OREOON.
i ttSK WATSON President
r w HCVT Cashier
nrn'-VHOTT Assistant Cashier
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING
Interest paid on time deposits.
Drafts and letters of credit Issued, available
In all parts of the world.
Collections a specialty. Gold dust boaghL
LONDON AND SAN FRANCISCO BANK.
Chamber ot Commerce building. Third snd
Head Office. 71 Lombard street. London.
This hank transacts a general banking busi
ness makes loans, discounts bills and fsanes
letters of credit "avallahle for travelers and the
purchase of merchandise in any elty of tba
world. Deals in foreign aqd domestic 'ex
change.. Accounts of country banks received.
Interest paid on term deposits.
W. A MACRAE. Manager.
THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Drafts issued available In all oltfes of the
United States and Europe.-
Presldent TYLER WOODWARD
Vtctt-President .....,... -JACOBKAMjit
Cosrlfcr ..... CHILLER