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TO JOIN THE G. A. R.
Raaplenr Want Outside Veteran to
Join, the Orsnnizntlon.
CHICAGO, Feb. 15 Commander-in-Chief
Leo Bassleur. of the G. A. R.. has
issued an address urging: veterans of the
t Civil War -who are at present outside
the ranks of the Grand Army of the
Republic to join the organization.
The commander-in-chief has also an
nounced the appointment of the follow
ing special committees authorized by the
las National encampment: J
Sons of Veterans William H. Arm
strong, Indiana; P. H. Lemon, Iowa; P.
IL Coney, Kansas; Aaron L Bliss, Michi
gan; W. D. WIckersham, Alabama.
To petition Congress for passage of a
bill creating . National holiday to be
known as Flag Day W. C. Johnson,
Ohio: J. P. S. Gobln, Pennsylvania; A.
C. Bakewell, Now York.
To go to Washington to urge passage
of a bill setting aside Camp Supply In
Oklahoma and Fort Sherman in Idaho as
National Soldiers JHomes-Cbarles P. Lin
coln, Washington, D. C.; R. B. Scott,
Spokane. Wash.; J. A, Dalzell. Ohio;
John M. Kerman St. .Louis; Marion I.
Anderson. Washington, D. C: Charles
A. Clark, Boise City, Idaho; C. M. Barnes,
The following have been chosen mem
bers of the National Council, to fill va
cancies: George W. Cook, from Wyom
ing and Colorado, to succeed H. O. Dodge,
resigned. Thomas A. Morrison, from
Pennsylvania, to succeed William F.
Stewart, deceased: Jere T. Drew, from
Missouri, to succeed Frank M. Sterret, re
signed. DAILY METEOROLOGICAL RErpRT
PORTLAND. Feb. 158 P. M Maximum
temp-raturc, 50; minimum temperature, 44;
xlv er reading at 11 A. M., Z 7 feet; change in
the past 24 hours. 1.2 feet; total precipitation,
5 P. M. to 5 P. M . 1.83 Inches; total precipi
tation since Sept. 1, 1000, 27 60 inches; nor
mal precipitation since Sept. I, 1000. 29 80
inches: deficiency, 2 20 Inches; total sunshine
Feb. 14, 0.00; possible sunshine Feb 14. 10-24.
Pacific Coast Weather.
2. -7 2.0
5? S ?"
v; O "
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20 S Rain
S SE Rain
10 NW P-t. cloudy
10 SE Rain
0 S Cloudy
14 SW Cloudy
10 SIV Cloudy
20 S Cloudy
10 S Raining
SE Pt, cloudy
C S Clear
12 W Pt. cloudy
C S Rain
S SE Rain
20 5 Cloudy
San Francisco .
0 4C :
M 0 00
"Walla Walla ...
A storm of considerable energy moved rap
idly In from the ocean Thursday nipht, and
this evening is central over the British posses
sions north of Washington As a result of this
sudden movement, light to moderately heavj
rains have occurred in the North Pacific Slatss
during the last 24 hours. Southwest storm
warnings were qrdered at 7.30 A. M. Frjdav
at all seaports in Oregon and Washington for
brisk to high southeast, shifting to south
test, winds over inland waters, and southwest
gales at sea. The indications are for rain in
this district Saturdaj.
Forecasts made at Portland for the 28 hours
ending at midnight Saturda). February 10:
Portland and viclnitv Rain; cooler; brisk to
high southerly -winds.
Western Oregon Rain; cooler; brisk to high
Western Washington Rain; brisk to high
Eastern Orggon Occas lon4 rln .probably
part snowlh mountains ahdtdothllls; ffesh to
brisk southerly winds.
Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho
Occasional rain; probably cooler in south por
tion, fresh to brisk southerly wind.
Southern Idaho Occasional rain, probably
part snow in the mountains and foothills:
cooler in west portion; Ireshto brisk southerlj
winds. A. B WOLLABER,
Acting Forecast Official.
ALBINA LPDQE, NO. 101. A. F.
&. A. M Stated communication this
(Saturday) evening at 7 30 o'clock.
B order W. M.
A. J. HANDLAN. Sec
GOODWIN In this city. Feb 15, 1901, Neale
S . beloved son of Mr. and Mrs S P. Good
win, aged 8 years, 4 months and 22 days
Funeral will take place Sunday at 3 o'clock
from F. S Dunning's undertaking parlors,
414 East Alder Jt. Friends invited.
COBURN In this city, Feb. 15. 10Q1. Mrs
Elizabeth Coburn. aged 70 years, 4 months,
4 days. Funeral notice lafr.
CENTER Feb 15, Mrs Mary A. Genter. aged
S years: grandmother of Bertha Roland and
Henry Neville. Funeral notice later.
EDWARD HOLM AN". Undertaker, 4tU
and Ynmliill 3ta. Rcna Stlnson, lady
nsklatnnt. Both plionca No. C07.
r'liilcy.ICimlmll jt, Co., Undertaker.
Lady naaltnnt. i75 Third at. Tel. I).
F. S. Dnnnlnsr.UndertaUer. 414 Ent
Alder. Lady awwlatnnt. Bpth phouc.
$500.00 to $50,000.00
For loans on most favorable terms. Municipal
and school bonds purchased. W. H. Fear,
Chamber of Commerce.
Another shipment of sweet California dairy
butter, 40c square, or two, 75c, Oregon eggs,
20c dozen; cabbage and cauliflower. 5c each;
big oranges, 25c dozen; small. 10c dozen; lem
ons, 15c; 8 lbs. prunes, 25c
Oregon Cash Grocery.
232 North 14th.
Title Guarantee & Trust Co.
7 Chamber of Commerce.
"Webfoot" Is a Perfect
Hard Wheat Flour
Mrs.f Sarah Tyson Borer's famous book.
"Bread and Bread Making," free to users of
this flour. Ask your grocer.
DOWN THEY GO.
2 doz ranch eggs ..(... 35c
Bet full 2 lbs creamery butter... 45c and 50c
Country butter 25c and 30c
All goods retailed at wholesale prices.
Oregon Turkeys, 15c pound
Chickens, ducks and geese, all fresh in Sec
the La Grande Creamery Co , 204 Yamhill,
Bonding Act installments.
Notice is hereby given that the annual in
stallments levied by the Common Council un
der the provisions of the bonding act, ar now
due, at the offlce of the undersigned, and un
los paid before April 1. BX)1, same Will be
declared delinquent and" a warrant Issued to
the Chief of Police for collection
J E. WERLEIN, City Treasurer.
Fb J5. 1001.
For This Week.
8 lbs. rolled oats 25c
i lb. dried apricots 10c
14 lb. box crackers 70c
Curtis Brjw.' pure jam IQz
173 Tiilrd, 52 aiorrvlson, 752 Slit ler
MARQUAM GRAND CALVIN HEIL1G. Met-
TWO NIGHTS ONLY Friday and Saturday.
Feb. 15-10 One Matinee Saturday,
at 2.13 P. M.
THOMAb Q JsEABROOKE. In
Evening prices Lower hoar, except last -3
rows, $1.50. last 3 rqprs. $1; balcony, first 3
rows, 1; second 3 rows, 75c. last 0 rows. 50c;
gallery. 25c; boxes and loses, ?10. Matinee
prices Lower Iloor. except last 3 rows, fl;
last 3, 73c'; balcony, nrst 0 rows, 75c; last 0.
UK. gallery. 25c, boxes and loges, 57-00.
MARQUAM GRAND-CALVIN HEJXIG; Mgr.
Monday. Tuesday. "Wednesday nights, Feb. 18,
1W, 20, Anthony Hope's Masterpiece,
"THE PRISONER OF ZENDA."
"THE PRISONER OF ZENDA-" '
By special arrangement the Daniel Frohman
production complete in Its magnificent entirety.
Prices Low i tloor, except last 3 rows,
$1.50. last 3. fl. -balcony, first i rows, si;
fcecond 3 rpjs. 75c; last J rows, SQc; gallery.
25c; boxes and loges, $10 Seats now lulling.
7 HAPPY. DAYS 7
Starting Sunday. Feb. 10.
with those funny fellows,
MURRAY AND 'MACK.
Offering their ".brand newest roaring comedy
SHOOTING THE CHUTES.
SHOOTING THE CHUTES.
37 Jolly Boys -and Girls r37
Don't forget the Popular Saturday Matinee.
One week, commencing Sunday. Feb. 17. and
THE JESSIE SHIRLEY COMPANY.
THE JESSIE SHIRLE1" CQMPAN1.
IN THREE GREAT BILLS.
"The Country Girl" Sun. Mon and Tues.
"Moths" Wed. and Thurs.
"Little Lord rauntleroy". ,
; Frl. Sat. Mat. and Night
Portland's down-tqwn theater. Clarence H.
Jones, Manager. Phone Grant 741. Thfrd and
"Yamhill. A1C the -week, Saturday matinee. Sul
livan and Harris present mat most cosuy ana
magnificent of ail scenic melodramatic produc
tions, THE ANGEL OF THE ALLEY.1' Mag
nificent tcenery, captivating cornea., powerful
patho. incomparable effects See the under
ground dive, tne Interior ot Sing Sing prisoh.
the electrocution chamber, the famous race
horse. Howard Gratz; the Hudson River pali
sades by moonlight, the vvdriderrul plunge of
the horse through the wall, the lightning and
thunderbolt .split the prison walls, the daring
ride for llfo; the guaranteed attraction full of
merit. Prices never change.
FREDERICKSBURG MUSIC HALL
SEVENTH AND ALDER STS.
NEW FACES FOit THIS WEEK.
Contortionist supreme. ANTONIA I"EftI; VIC
GUION. America's greatest heay-W eight Jug
gler; four-round boxing exhibition, "TOMMY
TRACEY vs. DUD EVANS; the beautiful yo
callst, MISS LOUISE KEESING. as great a
ravorlte as ever. MISS HATTIE ATtDErtbe
charming songstrsr. MISS MAY LEONDOR:
Initial apprarance In the. West of BUaiARD
LEONI and MAGGIE LEONI.
Sundaj matinee. 2.30 P. M.
CHICKENS. TJJRKEYS. GEESE.
All the dellcocle3 of the seatoa.
5 per cent better and 5 per cent cheaper
than any other market.
Call and look at our stock. Buy the iest -at
the lowest price.
Eggs. 21oz for 35c
Fat hens, each -50c
Ducks, each 25c
Geese, each Mc to fj.r0
TurkejB, per lb..- Wc
VINCE'S MARKET, Fourth and Alder.
On improved city and f&rm property, at lowest
current rates. Building loans. Installment
loans MacMaster" &. Blrrell. 311 Worcester b'le
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
r2 acres on Base Line road. G4 miles east
of Willamette River; will sell in 5-acre
tracts; $5U an acre and up. We are Instruct
ed to sell only a few acres at this price.
Grlndstaff . Blaln. 24G Stark.
I WILL BUY YOU A LOT AND BUILD YOU
a house to tult in any part of the city, for a
small cash payment aonn and balance on
terms to suit you Some fine bargains to be
had Dammeier. 511 Marquam building.
$25 LOTS ON THE. ST. JOHNS CAR LINK
(now being electrified), hlgb. sightly, cleared,
olivet graded, north four times the -monj.
Brown, care Loverldge, 3J2-U ashington at.
A LARGE LIST OF fAIlJl AND CITY PBOP
erty, business chance, etc bee u before
buying. Canadian Employment and Real Es
tate Office," 22(& Morrison, room IB. .
FOR -.ALE A DESIRABLE DWELLING
house, with lot 20x100 feet, in southwestern
part of city; price $2850; easy terms. Par
rish, Watklns i Co . 250 Alder st.
HOUSE. 8 ROOMS. TWO STORIES. BRICK
basement, and two lots, good barn, price
right, as parties leave tor East soon. U25
E Seventh St.
: ACRES. SUITABLE FOR CHICKENS,
choice voung orchard, near roecrvolr. Mount
Tabor. Cheap. Address owner, C J3, care J
CHOICE LOT AT . SACRIFICE. WEST
Side, unless you mean business, don't an
swer. II 31, Oregonlan.
WASHINGTON AND MORRISON CORNER
lots for sale. F. V. Andrews . Co, Hamil
FOR SALE FARMS.
A BARGAIN 1C0-ACRE FARM. LATlGE
house, large barn, mlikhouse. woodshed; 3
acres orchard, 25 acres under cultivation;
good fences, balance good land ready for
pasture. Place pear Vancouver and worth
S3200. By necessity, will sell for $2000. see
W. "W. McCrcdie, Vancouver, Wash.
STOCK AND FRUIT RANCH OF 878 ACRES
for sale, well watered; good soil. 30 acrts
bearing orchard: only two miles from Oak
land. Douglas. County. Or; low price and eay
terms Apply directly to tne pacmc Mutual
Life Insurance Company, San Francisco, Cat.
FARMS IN VARIOUS PARTS OF WASH
ington and Oregon bought at mortgage fore
closure sale?, for sale at 00 per cent of
actual value, all sizes and kinds. Call at my
la office. 003 Chamber Commerce hulldlng,
Geo W. Hazen.
IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE IN ALL
parts of Oregon and "Washington; pay menu
made to suit purchasers. For full particulars
as to various properties, apply to MacMaster
&. Blrrell. 311 Worcester block.
TIMBER LANDS FOR SALE.
WILL FURNISH TIMBER. GOVERNMENT
or state scrip."" school, deeded, or claim lands,
mill sites, logging, wood and tie chances, or
municipal bondsi help yousome way. Write
as. J. L. Martin .vCo , G01 Oregonlan bldg.
WE BUY AND SELL TIMBEH IN LARGE
or small tracts and deal In land scrip. Th
Syndicate Company. 200 California building.
WANTED-2000 CEDAR PILING. 10-INCU
tops, 25 to CO feet. Y 32, care Oregonlan.
FOR EXCHANGE QUARTER BLOCK AND
C-room cottage, on East Side, nicely Im
proved, value ?4O00. for 5 or 10 acre? Im
proved land in suburbs on East Side, near
car line. State location. B 29, care Orego
nlan. THREE FARMS TO EXCHANGE TOR CLTY
prOperty; also nice house and lot, close in,
to exchange for house and lot, with larger
grounds; sill assume mortgage. Call on J.
Cy. Smith, room 1 Washington building.
FOR SALE. OR EXCHANGE FOR CITY
property 500 acres' improved stock ranch, 13
miles southwest of Portland; 150 acres under
cultivation, two houses, four barae, running
water. Boom 70. 2275 Washington.
WANTED TO EXCHANGE A FINE PIANO
for room and board for three adults. K. 20.
To Exchange Good real estate and some cash
for furniture. Address M.. Tremont Hotel.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
PEKIN DUCKS; TOOK FIRST PRIZE AT
Oregon state poultry show; for sale at rea
sonable price. Inquire at 42 Hamilton build
ing. Third, between Washington and Alder
TYPEWRITERS, ALL MAKES. RENTED
and sold. Expert repairing. Office supplies,
etc. Coast Agency Co.. 2004 Stark L
FOR BEST DRY OAK. ASH AND FIR WOOD
and furnace slab. Hoover. 313 Water st.
Phones Oregon Fjuth C51; Columbia S3.
$00 WILL BUI' A 10-TEAR-OLD FARM
hoe. over 1300. spirited animal. V 33, Ore
Magic lanterns, new. econd-haca, moving pic- j
tures l'uuarc &. .ureck. 031 Post. San Fran
SEVERAL HEAD OF GOOD. HEAVY DRAFT
horses. Inquire -313 Water st, " '
THE MOUSING OREGONIAtf, SATUBD4Y, FEBRUARX 10, 1901.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE PLACER MINE, SOUTHERN
Oregon. For particulars address Q 32, care
FOR BEST FIR. OAK AND ASH WOOD JQO
to Pioneer Wood Yard, foot ot Morrison r.
New upright piano. $125. another $45; 2
squares f30; organ f35. Upstairs 104JS 1st.
HORSES FOR SALE Br L. O. RALSTON.
Residence. COS Market: bam. jB37 Jefferson.
HELP WAN TED, MALE.
COAL MINERS. X2JK5. BOARD; SHAFT TIM
ber man. 53 25. board; hook" tender. $3; rig
ging rustler, team. 41.75 up: buckers, 2 and
-.50; bench hands. $J 50; men and teams,
city, ?4; blacksmith helper. clt, 2. man
and -wire, city. $30. board, men to locate on
homesteads. Canadian Agency. 2205 Morri
son. Loggers' head quarters.
WANTED COMPETENT AND RELIABLE
district deputies and organizers for sound,
up-to-date fraternal Insurance order. An un
usual qpportunlt) fqr men and wonrfn jAho
can produce results. AddresB, giving age.
present occupation, references and salary ex
pected. Xk. O. box 358, Richmond. Va.
WANTED A SOLICITOR; BRIGHT. BRAIN
man of good education tq solicit for a high
grade proposition: must be of high earning
capacity and willing to travel; references as
to Integrity and ability to accompany appli
cation. Y 3J, Oregonlan.
SALESMEN FOR OFFICE SPECIALTIES.
by sample. Easy seller; liberal terms: -wo
belpiou 8tart."excluslve ter.; earn $20 week
lf; catalogue free. Model Mfg. C6.. Depu 41.
South Bend. Ind.
BEHNKE'S COMMERCIAL COLLEGE. TAY
and pfght sessions. Shorthapd ruceeMfull
taught by mall. Send for cutalogue. Wash
ington, cor. Second. Telephone Clay 401.
MEN-OUR CATALOGUE EXPLAINS HOv
we teach the barber trade lhS .weeks, satins
2 years. Mailed free. Meier's Barber Col
leSe. San yranfclsco. Can
WANTED-KNERGETIC SALESMAN." BY A
large corporation, steady emploment, big
remuneration, we train and equip for suc
cess. B 33. Qregonlao.
TKCL CAPPA, COOK. COME Al JCREW
wanted. Mill-jard laborer. S). and i-oard
out city, fare $3 60. "Wbodchoppers, b&c
Drake, 152 First.
TRAVELING- SALESMEN" TO T?SE WHOLE
sale and retail trade onlj. Salary $1200 and
expenses The National, 300 'Caxton build
WAKTED SEVERAL PRACTICAL COAL
miners to develop coal lands in Eastern Ore
gon: state age and experience. R '33, care
"WAKTED EXPEfUEN'CED QUARTZ Min
ers, vyho understand machine drills; 'tv
age and references. S . care Oregonlan.
WANTED COMPETENT MALE C.OURT
stenographer, to v.bik in law Offlce. Ad
dress' W. H. Abel, Moateano, Wash.
A "FntKT - CLASS IEAT-CUTTER AND
salesman. rpftrenceB required. James Henry,
8JS Wtern aie., Seattle, Wash.
WANTED YOUNG MAN. WITH EXPERI
encD In grocery, with reference anil 'good
habits. U-3fi. care Oregonlan..
GOOD CANVASSER TO INTRODUCE NEW
book. Just pubUshedf good proposition to
right man. X 34, Oregonlan.
IF YOU WANT A POSITION, YOU SHOULD
go to Clerks' Registration Bureau, room- i,
2704 Washington st.
WANTED BOOK SALESMAN WITH GOOD
record will be Interested by addressing A 33,
Acme Emp. Bureau. 245 Morrison (phone),
has listed clerks, bookkeepers. Janitors, of
fice boy s.
A GOOP DELIVERY MAN WANTED; ONE
who understands taking orders. Inquire 185
WANTED STUDENTS FOR PRIVATE
school bf telegraphy. G 27, care Oregonlan.
YOUNG MAN. UNDER 30. TO LEARN THE
barber trade. Inquire 24 North ecoad st.
A SHAMPOOER FOR TURKISH
Room 300 Oregonlan building.
BARBER WANTED. 224 TAYLOR STREET.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
DRESSMAKER. CHINOOK; COOK. B.-H..
$20. waitresses; nurse girls. Idaho and city ,
housekeeper, country, upstairs work and
sewing; second girls; dlshrtashers. house
work. Idaho. Trout dale, Condon.. Mllwaiikle
and city. Canadian Parlors, 2204 Morrison
CHAMBERMAID-WAITRESSES. AND COOKS
combined, hotel cook. $25. waitresses, domes
tics. Japs. Drake. 152 First.
WANTED CHAMBERMAID - WAITRESS
combined, 15, others can; nurses, domed
tics. Jape. Drake. 152 First.
GOOD. NEAT WOMEN TO HELP WITH
children and general housework, with an
other. 105 North 20th st.
WANTED A GOOD COOK. WlTlf LfCHT
housework, in a small family. Apply in
afternoons, J1$C 14th si.
GIRL TO ASSIST IN HOUSEWORK AND
care of child; references required. 522 Til
lamook st.. cor. 11th.
WANTED A GIRL FOR COOKING AND
housework; small family; no children. 452
Market st. '
GOOD GIRL FOR SECOND WORK AND
wait on table; references required. 100 Kin,?
Wanted neat girl for general
hcusework; small family 171 North 17th st.
COMPETENT GIRL TO DO SECOND WORK
and take care of child. Apply llSO Everett.
WANTED GIRL TO ASSIST IN LIGHT
housework, no cooking. 1$5 North 10th.
Acme Emp. Bureau, 24.Vi Morrison .(both
phones), ha good places for Eood girls.
ANTED EXPERIENCED COOK; GOOD
wages. Apply 252 King st.
WANTED A GIRL FOR SECOND WORK.
Apply at 341 11th st.
GIRL TOR HOl'SEWORK, IN
of two 412 Burnslde.
KELP WANTED MALE OR FE3IALE.
WANTED LADY OR GENTLEMAN. BY
wholesale house: experience unnecessary;
salary. 20 Chamber of Commerce.
SITUATI ON S WANTED M ALE.
TO EMPLOYERS WHY ADVERTISE FOR
help w hen j ou can go o Tileries'" Registration
Bureau and select Just such help as you want
with the best of city references, either male
or female, free ot cost? Call and be con
vinced. Office 270 Washington at., room 1.
Phone Oak 451.
A YOUNG MAN DESIRES SITUATION AS
bookkeeper, salesman, stock clerk or any
occupation requiring business experience, gen
eral merchandise store east of Cascades
preferable. D 30, Oregonlan.
A FIRST-CLASS RETAIL SHOE SALESMAN
wants position; have 10 "yearn experience. G
33, care Oregonlan.
JAPANESE. GOOD BOY. WANTS POSITION
of any kind, do housework, help cooking.
V 34, Oregonlan.
Japanese young boy wants plain
cooking' or housework. Japanese Mission. 303
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
A LADY OF 40 WISHES A POSITION AS
housekeeper In a small family. Call at 350H
Gllsan st., room 9.
WANTED SITUATION FOR UPSTAJRS OR
laundry work. Apply 309 Russell St., or
phone Rus 591.
WANTED POSITION AS STENOGRAPHER,
by a young lady of some experience. E 33,
FIRST-CLASS COOK WISHES POSITION IN
private family. "W 34, care Oregonian.
AGENTS WANTED (EITHER SEX) TO SELL
Eureka burglar-proof door .guard and lecy
fastener; Just out; weighs only 3 ounces.
Sells In every home, store, etc To hotels
by the hundred. Circulars free, or send 25
cents for sample and commence taking or
ders. J. R. Page & CO. 3255 Cottage Grove
ave., Chicago. 111.
AGENTS ON SALARY OR COMMISSION
The greatest agent seller over produced;
every" User ot pen and Ink buys it on sight;
200 to 500 per-cnt profit, one agent's sales
amounted to $G20 In six days, another f32 in
two "hburs. Monroe Mfg. Co , X 44, La
LirE OF QUEEN VICTORIA. WE HAVE J
authentic edition, uuy or home house, uutnt
J free, . a MlHer & Co.. C3 TaniullJ,
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED C OR 7-RODM HOUSE. KUR-nlshe-J
or unfurnished; good location, and im
provements. 20 minutes' walk from Morrison-street
bridge; referencei exchanged. Ad
dress J 34, Oregonlan.
WaSted-bx reliable party, a or d-
room cottage: must be centrally located. Ad
dress, stating price, F V, care- Oregonlan.
FURNISHED ROOM. WITH PRIVATE
Christian Protestant family; centrally lo
cated. Address K. 31. care Oregonlari.
WANTED 2 OR 3 UNFURNISHED HOUSE
keeplng rooms. Address 251 Sixth st.
WAijTEQ-A CHILD FROM 2 TO 0 YEARS
of age to care for, by a widow living alone.
At home forenoons. .Mrs. M. Ai Shaijj.Wood
lawn. WANTED TO BUY OR LEASE A PORT
able saw .mill, or would give owner good
contract to cut luniber. L M. Oregonlan. .
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR MEN'S CAJjT-
off clothing and shoes. 'J2 North 3d. Phas
Hood 017. Oraers prompuy attended So. '
WANTED STEEL RANGE-- MUST BE IN
flrst-claas condlUon; Superior preferred. Ad
dress H 33. care Oregonlan.
WANTED A LOAN ?2000 ON VALUABLE
timber lands, at low interest. Address T 33,
"LOfJOlNG CfNwTRA&TTO CUT U.OfoToOO
feet to let. Send bids to'Qeo. W. Jackson,
"ft ANTED SCRIP, 10000 ACRES. AT OR
near "f2 50, spot cash. C. "IS. Burrows, Nor
WANTED A SIDE LINE. BY AN EXPERI
Cficitd jEalespan. ddress M.33, care Orego-
' . ..'
Second-hand furniture, stoves, etc "Kutner a
Co . 32 N. Third. Oregon phono CAy ISSfl. "
WANTED SECOTND -"flAND SAKE ANU
shortcase. Apply 185 Third st.
THE BPALDfN'G," S. IS- COR. PARK AD
Alder its., -under the managehient 'or tha
oVh!r. Haien t. -jpatOUig Thu Uojt complete
apartment -house in the Norths ejt; cnoico
zooms, for gentlemen or gentleman and yV$l
xurnisncd hutUKeepLng joitit a" specialty.
THE PLEASANTON. 8i THIRD ST. FINE
furnished xooms, (n -sunt, 'single or aduse
keeping; sunUgfit in airxooms. hath Included,
most reasonable ffcrfns"; Uafisient ollcltd.
VWO NICE. SUNNY" ROOMS. EK SUTTER
furnished, for a ouag -lady j,olng 16 school
or working; $4 per" mouth. Inquire 1US
"Union ave., next to postoitice.
THE ROYAL- '
Under entirely new management.
Elegantly furnished rooms, transients.
J.U& Fourth, bet. Wasnlugttm "and jatarx.
iHE MvrVAtoTLE. S. E. COR, THlf-D ANU
Harrison sis. Rooms, furnished or" unfur
nished; all modern Cdnvxnlences; jefervHCri.
The La Porte. 170 Third, cor. Yamhill First
class, clean, neat rooms, $1.2ap eel."up;
transient. 25c day upi trattstent solicited.'
FURNISHED OUTSIDE RQOMS. SINGLE
and rargevscorner rooms, lowest rates'; tran1
stent solicited. 3204 front st.
42G ALDER. THE STEVENS-FURNISHED
rooms. Miss Brltt has tharge of -Blning"-ropm.
Modern copv enhjice..
FURNISHED ROOM. FOR ONE OR TWU:
very reasopabje. At 340 Ankeny. cor. Sev
enth. THE BON1TA. 83 7TH. NEAR LIIJRARY
Furnished rooms, breakfast served It wished.
NTCELY 1'URiOSHED Il60MS.WI.TH BATH,
?5 jicr month. Apply 27 NCttlh Fifth st.
201 14.TH ST. NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS".
Desirable location". Phom West 144.J.
R onia "With Board.
PORTLAND WOME:N"S UNION: UTH YER:
rooms, with board, enanleUd bath tubs. UJe
of library; W'ouian'ti Exchanger lnduktrul
PChooI. Addrusi -Mrs, E. C. "Ueorge, upr
intendent. 510 Flanders at. '
LADY OFFERS TO REFINED COUPLE
handsome parlor and bedroom; all conven
iences of modern home; good table, refer
ences exchanged. 58 North 2Jih st.
THE COLONTAL. "1G5 10TH STREET-ONE
suite, second floor, front; also single 'room;
table and service first class.
27 east Seventh st. nicely furnish-
ed rooms, with bath and phone; breakfast
and dinner given If desired.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM; PLEASANT
and sunny; bath and phone; vslth or Tvlthqut
board. IPS Seventh.
655 FLANDERS. BETWEEN 20TH AND
21t Rooms, with or without hoard; ope
block from car.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS. EN SUITE
or single; hot and cold water; with hoard.
At 225 lith st. -
EARO"E. PLEASANT ROOMS? SUITABLE
for two. with good hoard. S2I Sixth st .
FtJHNlSHED ROOMS, WITH BOARD; USE
phone and bath. 131 10th, near Alder.
ELEGANTLY" FURNISHED ROOM. WITH
use of Lltcben, parlor and, bath, to lone
women or man ana -wife," or will board. 'Ap
ply to 27 North Fifth st:. between Burnslde
FOUR Oil FIVE ROOMS. L'NFURNISHED.
reasonable: also quarter block, suitable fur
wood J'ard. 373 Second.
NEW MANAGEMENT. NICE UNFURNISH
ed housekeeping rooms; respectable. 2HJ3
Second st., cor. Salmon. ""
UNFURNISHED ROOMS, SUITABLE FOR
housekeeping. In private family, J07 Hall st.
Inquire 22C Yamhill.
FRONT BOOM AND SMALL KITCiJENTFOR
light housekeeping: reference?, and no chil
dren. 408 Main st.
TRONT SUITE; ALSO CORNER SULTE;
for housekeeping; lowest rates. Call 320
Front, "cor. Clay.
34 ANKCNY STREET COMPLETELY FUR
nished housekeeping roomi. on ground floor;
rtnt ?7 month.
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS. FURNISHED; NO
children; phone and bath. 75 Ninth, corner
FURNISHED ROOMS. EN SUITE; NO CH1L
dren 207 Park st.
WHILE YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A HOUSE
why not call and see if" you cannot afford to
buy ono on my easy -pay meal plan; small
cash payment, balance same as rent, in any
part of tho clt. Dammeier. 511 Marquam
FOR RENT 12-ROOM RESIDENCE. COR.
Eighth and Hqlladay ave.; will be vacant
March 1. O 31. Oregonlan.
FOR RENT C-ROOM COTTAGE. IN HOLLA
days Addition, rent $22 50. L. H. Knapp.
Eist Eighth and Hassalo
FOR RENT HOUSE OF 5 ROOMS. ON CA
ruthers st.; modern conveniences. Apply Mr?.
Zlegler, Oregonlan offlce.
JEV ROUSE. JUST COMPLETED: MQD
ern In every particular; S rooms." 730 Over
ton st.. near 23d.
MODERN 7-ROOM HOUSE. 10 EAST 15TH.
Store, with living rooms, Russell street.
000 East Oak. - r -
FOR RENT A NEW 1C - ROOM HOUSE;
suitable for lodging. Cor. Fifth and Madison
FOR RENT A 6-ROOM HOUSE. CORNER
East 12th and East Oak. Apply 173 Third jit.
COTTAGE. 5 R.. EAST 10TH. flD; ALSO 12U
Grand ave.. $10 R. G. Drake, 152 First.
18 PER MONTH AND UP; COTTAGES. FUR
nlsbed complete for housekeeping". Telephoaa
J. Landlgan. any time except P. M.
STORE FOR RENT, ON" WASHINGTON' ST..
between Fourth and Fifth; cheap rental.
C. Gee-Wo. great Chinese doctor, successfully
.,. ..toirh lunsrs. stomach, liver. VIdnp;
rmnii troubles, and all Private diseases with I
powerful, harmless Chinese roots, herbs.
iarks. etc. that are unknown to medical sci
ence In United States. Consultation frco.
Charges reasonable. Send istamp .for symp
tom blank. Address 1324 3d st . Portland. Or.
t AmtiED2 If hot. tihr not7 Matrimonial ta- i
i per, 10c. Lock Tivf. jC0. EorUand..Pj. L "
0 SOM"EN ANTED iHRKUULAR. PAfS-
lui or stoppages, izukviiuui iuhi .. ..
diseases pertaining to change of life, cured
by old Dr. KsalrJ2aOSc-iumhill st.. Port
land, Or. Private waiting-room tor ladles.
Consultation free. Call or write, inclose f10
-2-cEntiaiup. ' .
DRESS SUITS FOR RENT; ALL SIZES
$1 a month keeps 3 our clothing cleaned and
pressed, buttons sewed on and rips sewed up.
Prompt calls and deliveries. Unique Tailor
Jag Co.. 37 Washington, opposite Cordray's.
THE PORTLAND CLUB . INC . A PLACE OF
amusement and recreation for gentlemen, 130
Fifth st. and 291" Alder. The cafd in con
nection carries the best line of liquors and
cigars the world produces.
MANLY VIGOR RESTORED BY DR. ROB
exts Nerve Globules. One month's treatment,
S2; 3r months. J5. Sent securel iealed by
mall. Afefnta. Woodard & Clarke. Portland.
DARLtNG SANlTXRItfM. Mt. Tabor; private:
especially for treatment or omy's diseases
and confinements; t firms moderate. Au Dr.
Darling. Mngr.. Cambridge Bldg.. Portland.
WHY" SUFFER? '0 lATTER H(5' 5KG
standing or how many remedlos tried, the
Greek Rheumatiun Cure bill dure Jrdu. Call,
write or phone L. T. Lewis. Agt.. 150J5 lith.
'DtJRlNG FEBRUARY t WIL'L MAKE "TOUR
dreJSses" In the latest st,ie at less than my
usual prices; first-class work. ilme. I. Mol
ler.345 Washington St., room 2.
AN ELT5ERCY" AiURlCAN GENTLfiMAS.
' temperate, moral, desires jtorrespondence with
lady matrimonially Inclined. R 34, care Ore
gonlan. YOUR" PRESCRIPTIONS ARE MORE Ac
curately "and reasonably billed ax Eyssell's
Pharmacy. i27 Morrison st.. bet. dst and 20.
WE PRINT 30 CALLING CARDS. PROPER,
size and style. 25c: 250 business .cards. $1.
Brpwn" Schpiarer20 "First sC'TorUand.
SCHOOElJOdKS". "SOUGHT. SOLD ANB Ex
changed. Xtit Old 3ook Store. 220 Tamhltl.
PROPOSALS FOR BUILDIN'O. MATERIALS
U. -S. Indian School SeWiee. Chemawa", Or..
Feb. 11, IDOL Sealed proposals. Indorsed
"Proposals for hulldlng materials' and ad
dressed to the undersigned, at Chemawa. Or ,.
will he received at this school until 2 o'clock
P. M. of March 0, 1501. for furnishing and
delivering al the scHool. as may be required
during the curreat fiscal .year, about 40.000
leet of Jlr, cedar, redwood, ash and taaple
lumber. I5Q0 fehc;e posts, 51.000 cedar shingles
'and 1?40 feet &t screfli -.lre, a. full list and
ieacripUon of which may he ohthlned at the
school. Bidders jMU'tate .specifically the
'prige of ach article to be offered ahaer con
tract. Alt materials so offeted wIU he sub
ject to a rigid Inspection. Each bid must be
accompanied by a tertlfled check or draft
upon some United States depository or solvent
National bank, made payable td the order ot
the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, for at
leasl 3 per cent of the amount of the propo
sal, said check or draft to be forfeited to
the United Stales in case any bidder or bid
ders receiving an award should fall to
promptly execute a satisfactory contract; oth
erwifle to be returned to tho bidder. I1'1
uccompaxueu fiy ouiu iu ttcu ui wsiuncu
check "will not be jconsldefed. "Fof further In
formation apply to THOMAS W. POTTER.
S. S. ALMOND BRANCH. dVPXAIN ANDER
son, from Manila Neither the captain nor
the undersigned consignees of the above
named vessel will be responsible for any
iipiVt tnnt miiy Jae contracted by tho cxen .
Tay lor. t oung & Co , Agents. Portland, Or.,
Feb. 15. 1801.
alONm0N-lN THE UNITED STATES" Dis
trict Court." for the District of Cregon Thn
United States v s. J.49 benool Books rso. 5J2.
In obedience to a .".arrant of seizure to me
directed, in the above-eutttled cuuae, I have
seized and taken Into my possession the fol
lowing described property, which 1. L. Patter-Ion,
Collector rf Customs for the collec
tion district of tht- Willamette, seised as for
feited tu the use of th,e United States. t9wlt.
110 .school books. For the causes set lorth In
the libel ot Information, now pending In the
United .States District Court lor 4he district
of Oregon, at Portland. Or.. 1 hereby give
notice to all persons claiming the said de
scribed property, or knowing or havl.fg any
thing to aay why the s-ime should not he con
demned and forfeited, according to -the pray -r
if the libel of information, that tbey be
and appear "before the said cdurt. to bo held
In and for the district Of Oregon, at the
United Statft Court room, in -the Guy of
Portland, on the 4t,h day of March. Wql. at
10 o'clock, 'in tHo forenoon of that day. If
tfie same shall he- a day of Jurisdiction, oth
friA rm rhfe next day of Jurisdiction there
after, then and there xx JUtrpoe a claim. fori
the same, ar.u 10 uiii.e uicu aiut,iuuiu
that behalf. Dated Portland. Or. Jan. 31.
J'JOI. ZOETH HQU3ER. l. a. Marshal. Dis
trict of Oregon.
DISSOLUTIOX "OF" COPARTNJftSHIP-THE,
copartnership ncretoiore ex-sung utmcuu m
undersigned, at San rranclcO. Cal . and in
the Stales of Oregon. Washington and Idaho
and In Brltlh Columbia. Is this day dis
solved by mutual consent, the business and
.(Ttcrshin hHinir succeeded by Blsslngex &
Co. a corooratlon organized under the law-.
of the state 01 taiuuniM. uuiusci . v.u .
corporation, assume all debts and obligation
ot tfe late Arm of Blssingcr & Co , and U
authorized to collect all the accounts and ob
ligations due tne some, unv shwwu iu
Dated San FrancLsco. Jan. 2. 10OI.
' ' ADOLPH BISSINGER.
NOTICE JS HEREBY GIVEN THAT FROM
and after this date I will not be responblblu
for any debts or contracts entered Into by
any person or persons In connection with tho
manogerouit or Working of the flah oil and
guano business carrltd on at Blaine. Wash.,
and Astoria. Or., under the name ot T. H.
Wyroondjf. unless such debts or contracts aro
authorised in writing by myself"" or my
agents. Messrs. W. A. Ward, pf Victoria. B.,
C or Messrs W. A. Anderson &. Company.
Limited, of Vancouver. B. C Dated this
25th day of January. 1001. George De La
FOer Baresford. By Davis. Marshall & Mac-'
aeill. bis Solicitors.
COUNTY WARRANTS-NOTICE IS HEREBY
given that Multpomah County warrants,
"class 30"," the same having -been drawn
upon the general fund, that -were presented
and indorsed "Not paid for want of funds."
from March 13. 1000. to April 0. 11)00. both
dates Inclusive, will, if p6perly Indorsed, be
paid on presentation at the office of tho
County Treasurer. Interest hereon ceases
on and of ler the dale of this notice.
THOS. SCOTT BROOKE.
Portland. Or.. Feb. 14. 1001.
OFFICK OF a Q. M VANCOUVER BAR
racks. Wash . February 14, 1001. Sealed pro
posals. In trlpllcafe. will be received here
until 11 o'clock A. M.. March 14, lWjr. and
then opened, for printing at these headquar
ters', during fiscal year ending June .'0, 1002.
U. S. reserves right to reject or accept any
or all proposals. Information furnished on
application. Envelopes containing proposals
. should be marked "Proposals for printing."
and addressed J. W. JACOBS. C. Q. M.
ATTENTION. PIjYSICfANS MEDICAL AND
surgical practice in fine city in Montana,
$0000 to ?7000" per annum, for sale: or will
take partner to represent me; must go to
Germany to settle up estate, also tor study;
fine, coay offices; $1500 t9 f2000 required; In
cluded "over .$3000, good accounts, or vvhicn at
least 05 per cent is sure to be collected flrst
year; rare opportunity for a German. K 33,
MERITORIOUS ENTERPRISES FINANCED.
STOCKS AND BONDS UNDERWRITTEN'.
GUARANTEED AND SOLD. Patents mar
keted under business conditions. ADVJ.CK
GIVEN AND PLAN'S OUTLINED for ef
fective handling and financing ot any merit
orious laventlon. business enterprise or proj
ect requiring additional capital for develop
ment. R. BUXTON. 124 Van Burtn St.. Chi
cago. THOSE WISHINQ TO MAKE MONEY IN
the purchase of oil stocks caa pet informa
tion as to tha most profitable stocks to se
cure by calling On W. J. Curtis. 214 Com
znercial block. Phona Hood 4C3.
PARTY IS WANTED TO FURNISH MONEY
to complfto patents on two valuable Inven
tions; subscriptions and proposal will he
given to parties Inquiring In good faith. K.
K.. 161 East Water at.
TOR SALE GROCERY. ON A PROMINENT
street; average dally sales. SCO (mostly caabT;
fixtures. $45o: stock Invoice about $2500;
food reasons for selling; references given. C
7, caro Oregonlan.
PARTNER WANTED WITH FEW THOU
fand dollars fqr the best aawhfill proposi
tion In the Northwest: tborqugh Investiga
tion allowed. N 33, Oregonlan.
'BOARDING - HOUSE. FIRST CLASS: 43
room?i receipts $1000 month; retiring ac
count of health: .good property in part pay
ment. C -20. Oregonlan.
FOR SALE THE PORTLAND STEAM DYE-
Ing and Cleaning vvorxs. ine oiuesi aye worss
la the city. For particulars Inquire at 211
1 FOR SALE GROCERY: EIGHT-YEAR ES
tabllshed trade: on good corner; sales $1250
per month, fAiW. or win invoice. 1 si,
SALE AND RENT-3 STORES. STOCK DRY
godo. haruware or groceries; gooa location.
j paying: by owner:, part time. Box,
FOR -SALE-GENERAL MERCHANDISE
store. For particulars see Allen & Lewis.
40 Front st . Portland. Or.
OYSTER HOUSE FOR SALE: RUNNING.
Who wants Jt? Iniulr& 328 Washington St..
opposite .Imperial Hotel.
FOR SALE-A BARBER SHOP, WITH . TVt O
chairs, and cigars in front. At 211 Fourth
St.. Portland. Or.
PARTNER- IN PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY;
S100; experience not necessary.. N J caro
FOR SALE-CASH GROCERY. WITH LLV-'
ing rooms: go3d reasons for selling, wi
FOR SALE GROCERY STORE. AT ONCE,
account sickness, for small amount, -tji
Third st. "
FOP. SALE TWO SALOONS. DOING FIRST
class business. 233 First.
HOTEL FOR SALE QR RENT. INQUIRE O.
P. McLaughlin. Sheridan. Or.
PHYSICIAN JVOULD LIKE TO HEAR OF A
location. X" 23. care Qrsganlan.
S10O.OQ0 -TO LOAT ON CITY AND FARM
property In Oregon and Washington at ipwet
rates. Reuljetute bought and sold. Western
lnvestm't . Loan Co . rm 10, 245 Morrison.
LOANS' WflHOUT PCBLlCtTY ON REAL
or chattel mortgages, personal or salary ae
curltj. at low fafes. C. W. Tallett. 213 Com
mercial block. Tel. Grapt 5C.
LOANS IN SUMS FROM 55 TO f50v: ON ALL
classes of security. R. I. Eckerson & Co .
room 5 Washington bldg. Phone Clay 833.
LOANS ON FURNITURE. PIANOS AND
other securities; lowest rates. S. W. King.
room 45 Washington "bldg. Ehorie Hood 413.
Loans on "furniture, pianos, bead
estate and all kinds of securities. 128 3d &,
C. H. ThompsonV Cut-Rate Ticket Offlce.
J5 AND UP. IN SUMS TO SUIT. ON ALL
Tclnds of-Stcurlty. AV- A."llatbawaj-. zoom 10
Washington building. Phone Hood 413.
MONEfY TO LAN AT LOWEST RATES; NO
commissions', and abstract 6f "tltla furnished.
Portland Abstract ,Cp . B02 Commercial blk.
&OO.Q0 TO LON AT' 6. 0. 7 PER CENT.
r"nrifTr nnii'mihiirbkii T-roDertv' for sale and rent.
Wm. G. Beck. 321 Morrison st.
lONEY TO LOAN. 0 AND 7 PR CENT. ON
city property and Improved Valley farms. W.
A. ShaW & Co.. 243" Star st.fc
LOANS ON UNIMPROVED . SUBURBAN
uroperty and all other good securities. W. H.
Nunn. 5i2 Shetlock building.
tONEY TO LOAN ON ALL KINDS OF SE
curlty. Wm. HoIU i"oom 0" "Washington bldg.
LOANS on chattels, salaries, etc- low rates.
- Sfce us arst. 'Mann & f!o.. C04 pekum hldg.
MONEY TO LOAN. B per cent, farm or city
property. O. M. Smith, 5 Ch. of Commerce
MONEY TO LOAN ON CHATTEL SECURI
ty. Phono Red 2853. Frame, 010 Marquam.
Loans 'on all kinds of securities. Gojd dust
fought. 214 Commercial blk. Tel. Hood iOX
MONEY TO LOAN. O AND 7 PER CENT. ON
rf-nl ttp Plvmntoh. 29H4 Morrison st.
McCLURE'S SANITARY BANDAGE JOR
-women has no equal: 7 Marquan "building.
Geo T. Murton, -07 Chamber of Com Phone
Brown 45U Accounts examined. Books Kept.
Assay era and Analywts.
J. H. FJSK-. MINERAL ASSAYEIt AND
chemist: golu dust bought, 101 Washington.
PAUL UAUJIEL. ASSAYER AND ANALYST,
gold dust bought. 22SHj Stark at.
DR. BENJAMIN. Mixologist and phrenologist,
located 2011i Fir-it st. Phona Clay o42.
J. AVT RANSO'M. ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW AND
counselor. Bates Bank "Bldg.. Portland. Or.
Babbitt Metal and Solder.
W. W. Blaney, mlr.. 10O N. l5th. Portland:
best quality; lowest prices. Tel. South 111.
J. K. GILL i. CO. WHOLES ALE 'AND EE
tall bookseller and.statlQaers. U3-& od st.
Carpenters und JJnilders.
J. A. MELTON. JOBBi:0. CABINET WORK,
store fixtures. 307 Stark. Both phones.
Chiropodist and alpnlcurlnsr.
WM. DEVENY & MAUD DEVENY. THE
only scientific chiropodists, parlors 301 Allsky
hldg . 3d & Morrison. Ore. phone Grant 10.
Olalr-i oj nnts.
Mme. Dr. Herzog. from Berlin, scientific rc
v ruler; tells enure life. past, present and fu
ture; consultation on all affairs; nothing ex
cepted; names given; gid advice, sure help:
mistake impossible; Imparts genuine gypsy
lave powder. Fee $1; letter $2. Mi Alder.
VULCAN COAL CO . dealers In house, steam
and blacksmith coals. Also foundry coke.
Fxont St.. near Gllsan. Ore. tel. Red 1706.
HERMAN METZGER. PURCHASER OF
hides, pelts, furs, wool, mohair, tallow, old
rubber and old metal, and general commis
sion merchant. Front st , near Main. Port
land. Or. Cash advances on consignments.
TAYLOR. "iOUNG CO.. SIFIP BROKERS
and commission merchants. Sherlock bldg,
ALLBIs" & LEWIS. COMMISSION AND PRO
duce merchants. Tronf. & D sts.. Portland. Or
EVERDING & FARRELL. commission, butter,
.eggs, chickens and farm produce. Portland.
Cornices Sky lirlitn.
METAL SKYLIGHTS. GALVANISED IRON
coriucejj. j. .. .payer. m aemtu su
Pyelnsr and jCleanlnjtj.
H. W. "TURNER, PROFESSIONAL DYER.
and cleaner. 01 17th. Tel. Red 131.
Western Electric "Works: bouse wiring, bell
work, repairs, motors, dynamos. 305"Wasb.
Electric LlRlit Hatlis.
DEKUM TREATMENT ROOMS. DEKUM
hldg. Lad lea' hours, 0 to. S; gents', 3 30 to 0.
Fence and Wire WorJxs.
OLD EAST'PORTLAND FENCE AND WIRE
Works. A. Carlson. 2$3 East Morrison st.
Furniture, turning, mouldings, wood work a
Specialty. Calofr . Goldenberg. 311 Front.
Ualr Dressing- and MnnlcnrLnjr.
ROSENTHAL 5ISTERS. 1C0 FIFTH. OPP.
P. O. Switches a specialty. Phone Hpod 014.
Harness and Saddles.
breTvian Leather co . wholesale
eaddle and harness manufacturers, saddlery
hardware, finding. and shoe store supplies;
leather of all Tdnds. 773 Front at.
THE GEORGE LAWRENCE CO . WHOLE
sale saddlers nnd harness manufacturers.
leather and ro-ddlery hardware. 72 Front st.
Dr. G. M Keller's Hydropathic Institute. Plj-d-
- 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 "dlvlderds." j. L.
MttchpfT. Sup. Sec'y. C12-61C Marquam bldg.
HAMBURG-BREMEN FIRE INS. CO,. 102
First st, "Boyd & Arao'd. General Agents.
International Boole Concern.
S02 MORRISON ST PUBLICATIONS ' AND
periodicals In all the principal languages.
Iron Founders, Mactt'sts, fhip R'ldrrs.
WOLFF & ZWICKF.R IRON ORKS: C. J.
Reed and F. Wolff, receivers; designers and
mfis. of ships, steamboats, marine, mining
" and milling machlpery: riveted stettf pipe.
Best prices paid for Junk, bottles, rubber," etc.
L. ShankJL Co- 312 Front. Phone South 001.
Mini lis: Machinery.
Ottumwa mining hoists, dynamos, motors, saw
mills, etc. Tatum c iiowen. 20-35 First at.
3Iarble und Granite Worki.
WEEKS. 720 FRONT; LARGE. SELECT
stuck of monuments. Flnelj finished gramltv
monuments at wholesale prices, when snlppel
to order, direct from Eastern quarries, alts
us and save monej.
POK1LAND MARBLE AOItKS: marble, gran
ite and 1. tone work. Schanen & Neu. :C3 1st.
Lefsons 50c.plauo. guitar, "janjo. mandolin vio
lin Instruments tor sale. Mrs. Martin. 104 1st
Dr. R. B. Northrup. specialist in nervous and
chronic disease, sulto 41C Dekum bldg. 3d
and Wash. Examinations free. Tel. Main HJ.
LADY GIVES MASSAGE TREATMENT.
Call at room IS. l!Wfa Third St.. cor. lav lor
PAOLA VAPOR BATHS AND MASSAGE BY
lady from New York. lWia Third, room 7
PAUL CROMWELL. THE COLORED SPE
claliat, hu-b opened up bis otfico at J47 Front,
and will sell his medicine -as usual. Medi-cint-s
for all kinds of chronic dUeasei.
T. J. GEISLER. 614-818 CHAMBER OF COM.
Domestic and foreign patents secured, etc.
Portland RliUnff Clubs.
LIVERY AND BOARDfNG; LADIES' "AND
gentlemen's saddle hon.es. 354 Jefferson.
Oregon Ylatl Co.
Lewis bldg. Park and Morrison. Free Health
lectures to women Thursday, at -J0 K M.
OVKRLAND STORAGE WAREHOUSE
Fourth and Davis, Merchandise a specialty.
Insurance rates Taw; storago rates reasonable.
Careful attention given to country consign
ments. Tel. Or. Main 777: Columbia 676.
Physicians and Surgeons.
DR. CORA C. TALBOTT. SPECIALIST; 13
.years' experience in diseases ot women; lat
est Improved method in the treatment of all
female troubles; "patients treated successfully
by mall. Ofilco 181"b First st.
Dr Flora A. Brown: diseases of women and
children a specialty. Conaultat'on anJ 'diag
nosis free.k517-31S The Dekum. Portland. Or.
DR. JAMES DICKSON". SPECIALIST IN K"1D
aey and skin diseases. Odd Fellows Temple.
Larsep, the palmist and occult student, will
give scientific readings, acordlng to methods
of palmistry; feadlng3. 50c Last month pet
manently In tne city. Room 21 G Allsky bldg.
CHEIROMA. THE CELEBRATED PALMIST,
gives scientific life readings, past and future.
Parlors 25 Raleigh bldg . Sixth, and Wash."'
Miss A. M. Stevenson, scientific palmist and
psychic, reads past, present future. JOyja 1st.
MRS. L. BURHANS, scientific palmist, room
50 Logus block. Grand ave. and East Wash.
Uncto Henry. 43 N. 3d. cor. Couch, loans
money: bargains In unredeemed pledges
First-class meals; checic system; white labor.
Perkins, 108 "Fifth. D. H. Brown, prop.
SAFES. JAILS. BURGLAR-PROOF SAFES,
'both new and second-hand. Lockouts opened
and general repairs". J. E. Davis. 00 Third.
bliovvcuNCM and is tore FLxturvs.
R. LUTKE i CO , SUCCESSORS TO DIXON.
Borgesort &. Co , Front and Washington sts.
MRS. WALLACE. RELIABLE CLAIKVOX
ant and psychic llfo reader; consult her on
business affairs, love troubles, absent friend:!,
good udvfce'oh mines; readings' daily, Wc and
Up. luTJa First St., pttlco 7. Consult the best.
Storage and Transfer.
STOKAGE AT LOW RATES CAN BE "HAD
at Fred Bickijl's storehouse. 3F North Front.
Stoves. Ranijrci, Houxehold H'dr-rare.
Hardware: sole agt. Universal stoves Grange.
housQfurnlsblng goodsC J.X. Kadderly. 141 1st.
New- Turkisn bath parlors; modern appliances,
genta only. 525 Cndmber Com , J. F. King.
Turkish baths: modern; open 0 A. M. to 5 A.
M. 300 Oregonlan bldg ; J. D. McKlnnon.
Tents and ATinlnjr.
PORTLAND TENT & AWNING CO . TENTS,
sails, awnings. 220 Ankeny. Icl. Grant 1501,
Tlnnlm; anil nooflng.
ALL KINDS TIN WORK AND STOVE RE
palrlng. Schulze Bros . 103 Grand ave:
ALLEN & LEWIS. WHOLESALE GROCERS,
cor. N. Front and Davis sts.. Portland. Or.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST COUNTY WARRANT. NO. 14837;
date Dec 1, 1000. signed by Jos. Boy Co.
Payment Is stopped by County Treasurer.
Parties are warned against buying same. Re
turn to Jas. Short, 70.5 Fourth. Reward
LOST - LEW ELLYN SETTER PUPPY,
ivhlte-black head. Return to 12S Eabt JJd.
and receive reward.
" PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY
100 THIRD bTREET.
Money to loan on mortgage.
A general trust and agency business transacted.
BENJ. T. COHEN Presldeat
H". L. PITTQCK, A. S. NICHOLS ...Vlce-Pres.
J ALS'lOCK. J. O. GOLTRA.... Secretaries
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF PORTLAND. OR.
Designated Depository and rlnancial Agent of
tho United States.
President H. W. CORBETT
Vice-PresIdent........-.".---A. Jj. xll ul.o
Xhi-r - G. E. W1TMINGTON
Assistant Cashier J. W. NEVVKIRK
Second Assistant Cashier. .... -W.C. AL Utiu
"Letters ot credit Issued, available In Europe
and the Eastern States. ""
SlKht exchange nnd telesTaphlc transfers sold
oil New York. Boston. Chicago. .St. Louis. SL
Paul. Omalw. San Francisco and the principal
nSnl's la tho Northwest.
53U-ht and time bills drawn in sums to suit
on London. I"aris. Berlin. Frankfort-on-the-MalnT
Hong Kong. Yokohama. Copenhagen.
Chrfitlania, Stockaolm. St. Petersburg, Mos
cow. Zurich. Honolulu.
Collections made on favorable terms.
LADD &. TILTON. BANKERS
UAUU ESTABLISHED IN 1S50.
Transact a ueneral Banking Business.
Intert allowed on time deposits.
rviiiratlons made at all points on favorabla
term LetteS of credit Issued available in
cvirrTnn and the Easltm States.
Ef? change and Telegraphic Transfea
Kn NSvork. Wosnrnk-toh. Chicago, fat.
??fi Danter. Omaha, San Francisco- and varl
ouspbtati in Oregon. Washington. Idaho. Mofi-
br London. Paris. Berlin.
Frankfa?tSand Hong Kong.
wtt T ? FARGO & CO. BANK
?TfrprTAL AND SURPLUS. .. .58.250.000
TnMN J VALENTINE PRESIDENT
HOMER" S.1UNG .....M.VNAGER
.HOM (San Francisco )
-d rtrx BARNES ..-- CASHIER
&HNE MILES ASSISTANT CASHIER
3HiN " """ (Portland.)
nnneral Banking Business transacted. Ex
clSSe Ud. anf Letters of Credit Issued,
avaUaole to all parts of the world. ,
vrnrHAN'TS NATIONAL BANK
MERCB PORTLAND. OREGON.
j FRVNK WATSON .....President
R.L. DURHAM Mce-Presldent
R. W. HOYT - Cashier
GEO W. HOYT Assistant Cashier
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING
Interest paid on time deposits.
DraRs ana letters of credit issued, avallablo
In all parts of the world.
Cqllcctions a specialty. Gold dust bought.
LONDON AND SAN FRANCISCO BANK,
Chamber .of Commerce building. Third and
Head Office. 71 Lombard street, London.
This hank transacts a general banking busi
ness, makes loans, discounts bills and Issues
letters of credit available for travelers and the
purchase of merchandise la any city of tho
world Deals in foreign and domestic ex
change. Accounts of country banks received.
Interest paid oa term deposits.
W. A MACRAE. Manager.
THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Drafts liued available In all cities of tha
United States and Europe.
President TYLER WOODWARD
Vlce-Prpsident JACOB KAMM
Cashier F. C. MILLER