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SHE KORKHfe OHEGOAt TUESDAY, - JM&T 14, 1901.
$20,0001 WANT A STOCK RANCH: T HAVE
an orange sad lemon ranch, la Ojal Valley.
Ventura. Co.. Cal. value $20,000, Incumbered
JD000, will exchange equity for stock ranch
01 will give mortgage back lor larger place.
Addreis W. E. 1v lisle. Noraboff, Cal.
TO EXCHANGE COLUMBIA GRAPHO
phone, with DO records, ease, com and stand;
for tailoring, cents' ftaxlshlag roods, etc
Address A 22. Oresosi&s.
WAITED EJEAL E5TJLTE.
WANTED TO BUT REAL ESTATE. CITY
or country; present your bargain. 612 Com
WANTED A. 4 OR 6 -ROOM COTTAGE;
part cash, retaelnder installments. F 13,
FOB. SAJLK -MISCELLANEOUS,
PARTY NOW RESIDING IN EUROPE
CTlsbes to dispose of flne Weber parlor
grand piano- ax once. Will sell on time
payments if desired, or will accept dia
monds or Jewelry in payment. No objec
tion to renting to responsible party U lor
Ions time. Address H M. Oregonian.
80 H.-P. FtRE-BOX BOXLElt AND FIT
tlnga. complMe: coed condition ssxanteed.
160 pounds cold-water pressure; bailer In
Portland. Apply to A, K. Flcgsl, room. 44
McKay butt dmc. Portland, Or.
FOR SALE BANK COUNTER AND Fix
tures, -quarter-sawed oak., Andrew & Co.
make; half original cost. Inquire 1166 Thur-
man st. Phone Brown 7a.
MUST SELL FANCY OAK-CASE. LARGEST
ejxe Kimball piano, for cash or nearly cash,
quick. Address Mllwaukle, care Oregonian.
FOR BEST DRY OAK, ASH AND FIR WOOD
and furnace slab. Hoover, 313 Water st,
Pbones'-Oregon, South 651; Columbia, S3.
FOR SALE FAMILY HORSE. HARNESS
and phaeton; all in good condition. Apply
New Pavilion Stables. 10th and Burnside.
Sew TYPEWRITERS, all makes. -, RENTED
and SOLD. Expert repairing. Office sup
plies. Coast Agency Co.. 260 Stark st.
RAILROAD PASSENGER COACH TRUCKS
for .sale, good for 40 or 50-foot coaches; wo
pairs. T. A. Wood, First and Alder st.
10 PER CENT PER MONTH OR BETTER ON
your money In on stock; can Invest $10 up.
W. J. Curtis, 214 Commercial block.
FOR SALE HALF INTEREST IN REAL Es
tate and employment office, city. Address L
21, care Oregofian.
PRINCESS AEOLIAN, NEARLY NEW;
with 15 records, cheap for cash. Address P.
O. boa 1048, city.
FOR BEST FIR, OAK AND ASH WOOD GO
to Pioneer Wood Tard. foot of Morrison sv
SECOND-HAND BICYCLES, ALL MAKES.
In good, repair, $5 up. 126 First, near Wash.
REGINA MUSIC BOX 34 PIECES OF MUSIC,
$20. Room 28, 21114 Second ec. mornings.
200 RIGS FOR SALE. 100 SET HARNESS. 25
work horses. 211 Washington, 304 Front.
Q VOLUMES OF FEDERAL REPORTER,
$200. The Old Book Store, 229 Yamhill.
THOROUGHBRED POINTER PUPS. WITH
fine pedigree, for sale. Call 420 Alder.
FOR SALE UPRIGHT WEBER PIANO. AS
good as new. Plympton, 2U1V& Morrison.
SEVERAL NEW AND SECOND-HAND WAG
ons and buggies. 51 Fourth, near Pine.
FOR SALE NEW REDRODM SUIT AND A
few chairs. Call today. 215 10th.
SOLID -GOLD RINGS. ?1. GUARANTEED.
Uncle Myers, 143 Third and Alder.
FOR SALE PNEUMATIC TIRE
Can be seen at Fashion Stables.
SEVERAL HEAD OF GOOD. HEAVY DRAFT
horses. Inquire SIS Water st.
TOUNG. FRESH COWS FOR SALE,
eulre at 381 East Pine it.
MARINE ENGINEER. $60 TO S75 AND
board; head sawjer, $45 and board; mill and
yard men. 1.75; flume .men. $2; buckers,
$2.25; barkers. (2 up; swampers. $2, $2.23;
peavey men, $2; chore man. $30, board;
woodchoppers, VOc. $1.10; tanner, $2.50; cabin
boy. $15, board: farm hands and milkers, $20
tOvS20: nw orders dally. -Canadian Agency,
22CV4 Morrison. Loggers' Headquarters.
SALESMAN FOR SIDE LINE OF ABOUT 20
etyles. Ladles' underskirts. Beart line made.
No application considered not stating .fully
present line carried, towns made, rears cov
ered same territory and references. Michigan
Clothing Co.. Ionia. Mich.
WANTED MAN CAPABLE OF TAKING
charge of small machine shop, who would
haxe no "objections to moving out of the
city. Address E 18, care Oregonian.
WANTED TUTOR TO HEAR EVENING
lessons in grammar, arithmetic, algebra and
phjslcs. Address, with qualifications and
terms, J 21, care Oregonian.
SALESMAN WANTED A MAN WITH Ex
perience to work in general merchandise
store In country; references wanted. Address
Y 21. care Oregonian.
R. 2ND COOK. ftS; NIGHT COOK, $8 AND
R ; barkers. $2.25; aktdder; brlckj d. hands;
waiters, boat and rest. Drake, 152 First,
WANTED-ONE OR TWO FIRST-CLASS
markers and sorters; must be snlft. Cas
cade Laundry Co., "Seattle, Wash.
WANTED BOY ABOUT 16 YEARS OLD.
Apply, with recommendations, at factory, 23
WANTED FIRST-CLASS MARKER AND
distributor. Pacific Laundry. 40 North Ninth
WANTED-30 MEN TO TRAIN HOP VINES
in 130-acre jard. Leonard Krebs, Brooks,
LIVE MAN. ON THE OUTSIDE. WELL Ac
quainted in cltj-. Apply 408 Washington st.
ACME EMPLOYMENT BUREAU. 245 MOR
rison See billboard for Jobs. Both phones.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS PATTERN-MAK-er.
Willamette Iron & Steel "Works.
WANTED BOY.FOft'."lrRE: STATE AGE.
V 23. Oregonian. Wctor'
ROYS WANTED 1C2 FIRST STREET,
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
COOK8. B.-H.. HOTEL, RESTAURANT;
waitresses, hotel, restaurants, B.-H.. camp
and country; second girls, housekeepers,
chambermaids, day work, music teacher,
housework, country and plenty in city; all
prices. Canadian Parlors, 226 Morrison.
WANTED A MIDDLE-AGED OR ELDERLY
woman or a husband and wife to cook on
farm; husband to do farm work. Apply to
Pope. Anderson & Co., 230 Sherlock building,
WANTED COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework. Apply between 8 and 9 In
morning or 6 and S evening. 95 20th et.
north, cor- Flanders. Small family.
WANTED 50 WOMEN AND GIRLS; GOOD
situations of all kinds: city and ccutntry.
St. Louis Employment Office. 230 Yamhill,
Phone Black 2S81.
A. BRIGHT. INTELLIGENT LADY WITH
small capital can secure pleasant, lucrative
business. Address J 22. care Oregonian.
STEADY EMPLOYMENT IN CITY FOR MID-dle-aged
woman with fair education; refer
ences exchanged. J 15, care Oregonian.
A BRIGHT. INTELLIGENT LADY WITH
small capital can secure pleasant, lucrative
business. Address J 22, oare Oregonian.
WANTED A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Apply M. S. Moore, care -Pacific
Coast Biscuit Co.. 11th and Davis.
WANTED TODAY; COMPETENT GIRL AS
cook; flrt-clas family. Office 230 YamhllL
Phone Black 28S1.
WANTED NEAT YOUNG LADY, AMBI
tlous. Call after 0:30 A. M., room 504 Good
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. at Mount Tabor. Inquire 341 East 11th
at, cor. Mill.
WANTED A YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST
with general housework; twtv la family. 751
A FIRST-CLASS COOK; GOOD WAGES.
Call between 0 and 12 A. M., S89 Alder st,
COMPETENT GIRL FOR COOKING AND
general housework In small family. 253
Acme Emp- Bureau. 245 Morrison 2d girls.
house girls, cooks, chambermaids, waitresses.
VEGETABLE COOK. $1 D.; 10 WAITRESSES:
50 housework, work girls, "etc, Drake, 152
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
"WANTED GIRL FOB. GENERAL 'HOUSEf
work; small family. 405 Stark, street, near
COMPETENT NURSE 3IRL, TAKE CARE
two children. Apply before noon. 72?- Gllsan
GIRL WANTED. COOK; SHALL .FAMILY;
no washing; good wages. Cor. 25th and Mar
shall. WANTED GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK;
small family; no washing:. 454. Clay st.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK; BEF
erences; good iragv. COO Flanders st.
WANTED A COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework. 77S Overton street.
WANTED A, GIRL TO ASSIST IN GENER
al housework. Apply MS Taylor st.
at McDowell school. 170 10th st.
GIRL TO ASSIST IN LIGHT HOUSEWORK.
163 North ISth st, near Johnson.
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. Apply 741 Gllsan street.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL 'HOUSE-
work. Apply 381,10th street.
EXPERIENCED DINING - ROOM GIRL
wanted. 204 Yamhill st.
WANTED RELIABLE NURSE GIRL,
ply morning, 234 10th st.
WANTED A SECOND GIRL FOR. UPSTAIRS
work. 528 Taylor st, '
WANTED A COOK AT 624 SALMON ST.;
Swede preferred. ' - .
Bookkeepers- and Clerks.
YOUNG MAN. EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEP
er.. office man and; hardware clerk, seeks po
sition In office or store; no oblectlon to out-of-town
situation. H 20, care Oregonian.
POSITION AS MANAGER OF BUSINESS AT
some coast resort; Taqulna preferred; expe
rienced. Bennett, 387 Yamhill.
GOOD JAPANESE BOY WANTS- SITUATION
in family to do cooking, housework. M 21.
A JAPANESE. GOOD BOY. WANTS- TO DO
housework or cooking. Care-393 Flanders-st
Japariese Laborers' Ass'n, contractor, farm
ers, house servants. Black 902. 268 Everett.
JAPANESE BOY WANTS
family. X 23, Oregonian.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE
FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING; FIRST
class work; reasonable rates. Mrs. Carlson,
301 First, roonr 19. Phone Clay 733.
BY GIRL, TO WORK IN DRESSMAKING
establishment or store; experienced In for
mer. Apply 509 Hoyt.
DRESSMAKING AT YOUR HOMES,
phone Pink, 603.
BY TWO YOUNG GIRLS. LIGHT HOUSE,
" work, chamber work or factory; room home.
Call 230 Yamhill -st. Phone Black 2881.
AN ELDERLY WOMAN WANTS SITUA
tlon to do housework In small family. '635
Fourth St.. cor. Sheridan.
YOUNG WOMAN, WIDOW, WITH BOY, AS
housekeeper or chamberwork; country pre
, ferred. 23014 Yamh.Hl- '
TWO EXPERIENCED GIRLS WISH PLACES
to do cookiijg and general housework. Apply
at Rhelnpfalz Hotel.
WANTED A SMALL CHILD TO CARE FOR;
a mother's care; can give references. N 10,
BY YOUNG GIRL. AS WAITRESS. HOTEL
or restaurant. 230. Yamhill. Phone Black
AGENTS WANTED ORIENTAL BEAUTY
parlors, 340 "Washington, over Dijseer'S
WANTED TO RBKTV.
WANTED ROOM. WITH TWO MEALS A
day, at moderate rales; no objection' to East
Side; state prlegr- Address California, care
WANTED TO 0-ROOM COTTAGE FOR
man "and wife; -West Portland, Nob Hill
preferred: state location and rent H 21, care
WANTED BT RELIABLE PARTT. I Oil S
room cottagemust"lecentrally located. Ad
rto stating price. F W. care Oreganlas.
WANTED THREE OR FOUR UNFURNISHs
ed housekeeping rooms, modern, private fam
ily no other ropmers, T 23. Oregonian.
FOR MAN AND "WIFE. 4 OR 5-ROOM COT
tage; Alblna preferred; state location and
rent Addrcrs J 19, care Oregonian.
NICE HOMES WANTED FOR TWO BOYS.
ages 5 and 7. Address K, 2, care Orego
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR'MEN'S CAST
oft clothing and shoes. 62 North 3d. Phone
Hood 517. Orders promptly attended to.
UPRIGHT PIANO, USED SLIGHTLY,- $200:
or exchange even for two-karat diamond, fine
quality. Y 23, Oregonian,
WANTED WARDROBE. SUITABLE FOR
office; state price. Address P 21, care Ore
gonian. Second-hand furniture, stores, etc. .Kutner &
Co.. 32 N. Third. Oregon phone Clay 650.
WANTEDS. SECOND.HAND POOL TABLE;
state price. P. O. box 114, Portland.
TJSE SPALDING. S. E. COR. PARK 'AND
Alder sts.. under the management of the
owner, Htlea F p aiding The most complete
apartment-houso in the Northwest; choice
rooms, tor gentlemen or gentleman and wt4;
furnished housekeeping suites 'a. specialty.
PORTLAND WOMEN'S UNION; 13TH YEAR:
rooms, with board;- enameled bath tubs; use
of library; Woman's Exchange; lnaiistrlal
school. Address Mrs. C. E. U targe, superin
tendent, 610 Flanders St. -
THE PLEASANTON. 2!S?i THIRD ST. FINE
furnished rooms, en suite, single or housr
kplngr sunlight ln-all-rooms; bath-lacludd.
Most reasonable terms. Transient solicited.
FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED ROOMS,
single or en suite: nrlvate- family; with or
wltnout board; central; references. W 20,
426 ALDER; THE STEVENS FURNISHED
and unfurnished rooms; modern ponyen
lences; large, light, dry basement, unfur
nished. THE NEWCASTLE1. S E. QOR, THIRD AND
Harrison sts. Rooms.1 furnished or unfur
nished; all modern conveniences; references.
OCCIDENTAL HOTEL. FIRST-MORRISONr-Housekeeplng.
housekeeping reasonable. Cen
tral, private; furnished house fox rent ot; sale.
The La Porte. 170 Third, cor. Yamhill Ftrst-
class, dean. nea,t rooms, $1.25 per week up;
transient, 3$c JLos up; transient roljclted.
PLEASANT FURNISHED OR UKFURNISH
ed rooms; modem conveniences; private fam
ily. 181 13th st. cor. Yamhill.
FOR RENT FRONT SUITE SUITABLE FOR
two; transient to the traveling public; rates
moderate. 288 Washington.
3ST YAMHILL. TWO BLOCKS ABOVE THE
Portland Most desirable furnished- rooms; all
conveniences; strictly modern.
COMFORTABLY FURNISHED LARGE COR
ner and front rooms; also single front; low
est rate. 320 Front-Clay.
PLEASANT ROOMS. WITH QR WITHOUT
board; good home cooking, and privileges. At
235 18th st. cor. Main.
FOR RENT TWO NICELY FURNISHED
rooms, with bath: gentlemen preferred. Ad
dress. 02 North 16th st .
MANHATTAN COURT. NEW BRICK BUILD
lng, steam heat, new furniture. The leading
houFe. 311 Stark st.
FOR RENT PLEASANT, AIRY FRONT
room, furnished, for gentleman. In private
family. ,803 Front st
289 THIRD ST. DESIRABLE FURNISHED
rooms At reasonable rates. Phone, West 137H.
THE RUSSEL, FOURTH AND MORRIS0N
L&rge, light office- room.
THE COSMOS, FOURTH AND MORRISON
sts. Comfortable rooms, 4 per day; reason
able rates per' month.
NICELY FURNISHED. PLEASANT ROOM;
choice location: private family; all conven
iences. 256-11th st.
THREEvFURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED
rooms, 'In private family; -use of; bath. ;4H
Everett, corner 10th.
NICE, LIGHT. COMFORTABLY FURNISHED
bedroom, with use of bath; private family;
$5. 291 Columbia,
THE SHERMAN, COR. 12TH AND WASH
Ingtcn Room by the day, week or month;
FOR. RENT 215 12TH ST., FURNISHED
rooms and board; home cooking; English
NEWLY FURNISHED- FRONT BAY-WIN-dow
room; -gas, bath and telephone. 188 Sev
Furnlshedrooms, $l'week and Tipr also houso
"keeplng; rms. Tremont "House. 7th & Everett.
YOUNG LADY,' STENOGRAPHER, RE
spectable, can find Rood boarding 'place with
young lady room-mate, In city limits, vary
reasonable, Address, L 16, care Oregonian.
SUITE OF .ROOMS.. WITH BOARD. IN PRI
vate family; references required"; rooms can
be had singly If desired. Address V 15, care
PLEASANT ROOMS. WITH 'BOARD; GOOD
location; gas. bath and telephone.; private,
family. 533 East Ankeny.
THE COLONIAL. 165 10TH ST. VERT DE
slrable suite, second-floor front, .with first
class table. .
COMFORTABLE ROOM. WITH GOOD
board, for two. 101 11th, bet. Yamhill and
Pleasant rooms, steam heat, with hot and cold I
water; nrat Class Doara. ojo xuorrisoa.
The Brown Good rooms, good board: elevator;
' 10 rolnutesr from'P. O. 271 Grand ave. .
554 COUCH ST.. COR. 17TH FURNISHED
front .ropm, with board; private family,
ROOMS. EN SUITE OR SINGLE: HOT AND
cold water: with board. 225 11th st.
NICE SUITE OF-ROOMS, ON FIRST FLOOR,
with board. 108 Hth st.
THE RUTLAND HOUSE, 310 FIRST ST.,
cor. Clay; under new management; newly
furnished; renovated; furnished rooms en
suite or single; also unfurnished rooms for
housekeeping; terms reasonable; transients
solicited. A.3. Ford, Prop. Phone Front 1001.
FIVE (5) FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
rooms; large dining-room; hot and cold
water In kitchen; rent, board, one person; no
objections to children. Inquire 100,lfcusBell,
THREE -FURNISHED ROOMS AND BATH;
suitable for light housekeeping; first-class
location; rent reasonable to responsible par
ties. M. 22. care Oregonian.
THE OROVILLE, NO. 228 WASH. ST., HAS
changed hands; new management; house
keeping and single rooms. S, E. Delk, prop.
454 YAMHILL TWO . FURNISHED HOUSE
keeplng rooms, second floor; no objection to
child; yard; private family.
iFOR-JlENT TWO FURNISHED HOUSE
keeplng rooms; closet, pantry and bath; no
children. 69 North 13th.
HOUSEKEEPING SEVERAL FURNISHED
'corner and' front suites, second floor; lowest
rates. 320 Front-Clay.
FRONT ROOM AND SMALL" KITCHEN, FOR
light housekeeping; furnished; references; no
children- 408 Main. '
UPPER FLOOR, 3 ROOMS: PRIVATE
house; bath, gas, closets; adults only, 124
North 10th' st.
2. FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS;
'private famIlyrno children. 02 17th, cor.
409 MORRISON ST. FURNISHED House
keeping rooms; allconenlences; best loca
tion. FURBISHED FLAT OF TWO ROOMS; ELEC
'trlc lights, water. Inq.ulre.273 Seventh.
THE BRQWN. 271 GRAND AVE. SUITE
-of rooms, for light housekeeping. '
A LADY. ALONE. WISHES TO SHARE A
new house, furnished, with gentleman a,Bd
wife or-with two adults; bes"t references. H
22; cart -Oregonian.
GOOD 6-ROOM HOUSE,J 326. SHERMAN,
near-6th. Inquire Jqhn,Barby, 224- Yamhill.
FOR RENT COMPLETELY FURNISHED
cottage,. Including! piano; 737 Hoyt; refer
ences. Apply between 1 and 4 P. M.
b-liuoil HOUSE. 914 CORBETT, $20. 5
room cottage, 027 Corbett, $20. David S.
Stearns, 240 Washington st
$10 PER MONTH: SrROOM .COTTAGE. FUR
nlahed complete for housekeeping. 108 Pen-,
nojer st,, near Hood,
FOR RENT WELL -FURNISHED HOUSE;
nice grounds; good location, near car; refer
ences. 401 12th st.
WELL-FURNISHED- COTTAGE r CENTRAL;
East Side; cheap to right parties. Inquire
at 128 3d st,
FURNISHED HOUSE OF 7 ROOMS, CLOSE
In; reasonable. 409 East Stark"st, Phone
FOR RENT AT .SEASIDE. OR.; 8 - ROOM
house, furnished- complete, except bed clothes,
for the Summer. For particulars inquire of
Dan J. Moore, room 17 Alnsworth building,
FOR RENT DESIRABLE COTTAGE AT
Seavlew; on ridge. Apply room 30 Sherlock
FOR SALE 6-ROOM COTTAGE; ALSO ONE
vacant lot; Seavlew, Wash. Inquire 274
FOR -RENT-OR LEASE THE SOUTH PORT
land Sash & Door Manufactory "building, 4
floors, 60x100, well lighted, can be had very
reasonable by party who will make good use
of It Address C. Hansen, Fulton, Or.
Houses or Rent Furniture for Sale.
$600 HOUSE FOR RENT, FURNITURE FOR
sale. 81 Seventh, cor. Oak,
FOR' RENI-WFOUR-STORY AND BASEMENT
building, suitable "or jobbing business; Front
and Ankeny sts. H. -E. -Noble, Commercial
STORE FOR RENT' CHEAP. ON WASH
ington, between Fourth and Fifth; best loca
tion in city-
STORE-FOR RENT, -CHEAP. ON WASH
tngton. between Fourth and Fifth: best loca
tion in ojly, f T
FOR RENT- BTORE, ,352" MORRISON
Inquire room 17 Lewis building.
CORRECT STYLES IN LADIES' AND
W can offer you. some good-values. In suits,
and-lf.you need "anything in wearing ap
parel It will be to our advantage, to call
a2uL.see.-Us. -We. sbow this season better nu.
terials. better styles, better-finished garments.
anq lower prices wan. ever oetore,
You don't need the ready cash to buy of
us. Your credit Is good, as well as the bank
er's. EASTERN OUTFITTING CQ.
3SS-390 Washington st.
Furniture, musical- Instruments, rugs,
clocks, trunks, bedspreads, springs, mat
tresses, curtains, etc.,, 60 cents per week. '
C GEE WO, CELEBRATED CHINESE DQC
tor, successfully cures all chronic diseases of
men and women, without operation, with his
powerful Chinese roots, herbs, barks, etc.,
that are unknown to medical science in this
country. Don't think your case hopeless un
til consulting him. Send stamp for blank
and circular, 132' Third st, Portland, Or.
ELECTRIC PARLORS. 103 FIRST STREET.
. treats scalp diseases and guarantee to restore
gray hair to natural color, without dye; re
moves wrinkles, blemishes from face; also re
moves superfluous hair from face without
pain; enlarging busts, a specialty. Oregon
phone West 135.'
89 WOMEN WANTED IRRBGULAR, PAIN
ful or stoppages, leucorrhoea (whites and all
dlseaMs pertaining to change of life, cured
by ofd Dr. Kessler. 230 Yamhill st., Port
land. Or. Private waiting-room for ladles.
Consultation free. Call or write. Inclose 10
PRESS SUITS FOR REN1; ALL SIZES
$1 a- month keeps, your clothing cleaned and
pressed buttons sewed on and rips sen ed up.
Promnt calls and deliveries. Unioue Tnti.ir-
Ing Co.. 347 Washington, opposite. Cordray'.
MANLY VIGOR RESTORED BY DR. ROB
erts Nerve Globules. One moqth's "treat
ment, $2; 3 months. $5. Sent securely sealed
by mall. Agents, Woodard & Clarke. Port
DARLING SANITARIUM, MT. TABOR; PRr.
vatet women's diseases, confinements; coun
try, cases solicited;- terms moderate. Ad. Dr.
Darling, Mnsr,. Cambridge bldg Portland.
HYPNOTISM. SUGGESTIVE HEALING:
personal magnetism taught and practiced
successfully. Free clinic dally, 2 to 3. Prof.
Raymond, 313 Washington st.
TOU CAN HAVE FACE LINES AND BLEM
lshes removed; Vour form, improved and hair
restored. Learn how. Oriental Reauty Par
lors, .340 Washington.
GET YOUR UMBRELLAS RECOVERED ATTD
repaired. Meredith's. Washington and 6th.
PURE RED BLOOD GUARANTEED BY
taking Eyssell's Concentrated Extr. of Sarsa
pariya 227 Morrison. "bet. First and Second.
W-print your name on 30" calling cards, prop
er size and style,. 25c; 250 business cards." ?1,
Brown & Schmale. 229 First, Portland, Or.
SWITCHES MADE FROM COMBINGS. ETC.:
special attention given to mall orders. Miss
Ella Gerstle, 045 E. Taylor st. Portland Or,
YOUR PRESCRIPTION ARE MORE Ac
curately and reasonably filled at Eyssoll'a
Pharmacy. 227 Morrison St.. bet. 1st and 2d.
WATCHES. DIAMONDS; EASY 'PAYMENTS.
Open Sat. evenings. W. H. Lesb. 513 Dekum.
ON ALL AFFAIRS OF LIFE CONSULT THE
famous palmist, Mrs. Dreyfus, 211 lst st.
Uncle Henry, 43 N. Thlro. car. Couch, loans
money; bargains in unredeemed pledges.
MONET ON MORTGAGE SECURITY AT
low. rates. Wbaltey. Benson building.
FOR SALE-A WELL-ESTABLISHED GEN
eral merchandise business In good Eastern
Oregon town; good chance for live man to
build, up a big business; good farming and
fruit country; brick store; cheap rent; stock
Invoices about '$(3000; must be sold; good
reason for'nelllng. J. F care Oregonlanv
FOR SALE BOOK STATIONERY AND
music store; paying business; flne oppor
tunity; -stock Invoice about $5000; last year's
cash sales '$12,000; net profits, $3495.47; rea
son for selling, poor health; will bear closest
Investigation; would exchange 'for Improved
Oregon ltfnd. H. A. Piatt, Grand Island,
Neb. . '
FOR .SALE A GOOD-PAYING BUSINESS
- and furniture of a 30-room boarding' and
lodging-house, centrally located; cause of
selling quitting business. For particulars
call or write to E. C. L., care W. F. & Co.,
Astoria, Or. r
'ALL ROOMING - HOUSES, GROCER!
.stores, SALOONS, CIGAR or CANDY stores,
cpuntry HOTLES - or merchandise In fact,
everything that Is for sale. Is listed with 'us.
JENNINGS & CO 309 MORRISON ST.
"FORTUNES QUICKLY -MADE IN OIL,"
Write for new booklet (just out); also spe
cial bulletin and advices on oil-Investments,
mailed freo. ' Beckley & Co., Bankers, 50
Broadway, New York.
WANTED A DRY GOODS OR" GENERAL
merchandise business of $5000 up. In Eastern
' Oregon, Washington or Idaho; must beat
closest lmestigatlon. Address box 426, Che
FOR SALE ESTABLISHED STORE IN
Portland; good chance for live man to build
up good business; will require from $4000 to
$4500 cash. 'Address, P. O. box' 150, Port
FOR SALE STOCK, FIXTURES AND GOOD
will of a good grocery business in thriving
town; best location; low rent! Particulars
address O 16, care Oregonian.
SALOON AND HIGH-CLASS. MUSIC HALL;
best location In Portland; good lease; must
be sold .at once; sell at a sacrifice. Jennings
& Co., 309 Morrison et.
FOR SALE -i-17,000 SHARES OP HELENA
Mining Co. stock. Apply to L. Y. Keady &
Co.t 110 Sherlock building.
GOOD BUSINESS LOCATION CAN BE
found by consulting Ames Mercantile Agency,
1205 Ablngton building.
ESTABLISHED BUSINESS; OLD, WELL
kndwn stand; rent nominal. Consult Ames
Mercantile Agency. "- '
PARTNER .WANTED . IN-A.' GOOD-PAYING
business., Inq,ulre 89.North Fifth Btreet,
LOANS TtfADE TO SALARIED PEOPLE
holding permanent position, with, responsible
firms, upon their own names; easy payments,
mxictly confidential. New Era Loan & Trust
Co., room 310 Ablngton building, vthce
hours. 10 to 4. "
LOANS WITHOUT PUBLICITY ON REAL
or chattel ' mortgages pergonal or salary se
curity, at low rates. C. W. Pallet, 21J Com
mercial block.. Tel, Grant 85(1.
LOANS IN SUMS FROM $5 TO $500; ON ALL
classes of security, R. i, Eckerson & Co.,
room 5 Washington bldg. Phone Clay 881.
LOANS ON FURNITURE. PIANOS AND
other securities; lowest rates. S. W. King,
room 45 Washington bldg. Phone Hood 415.
LOANS -ON' FURNITURE, PIANOS. REAL
estate and all kinds ot securities. 128 3d st,,
C. H. Thompson's Cut-Rate Ticket Office.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST. RATES; NO
commission, and abstract of. title furnished.
Portland Abstract Co.. 602 Commercial blk.
$5 AND UP. lti SUMS TO SUIT, ON ALL
kinds of security. W. A. Hathaway, room 10
Washington building. Phone Hood 413.
$200.000-TO LOAN AT 5, 0. 7 PER CENT.
City and suburban property for sale and rent.
.Vim. Q. Beck, 321. Morrison st
MONEX TO LOAN, 6 AND 7 PER CENT, ON
city property and improved Valley farms.
W A. Shaw & Co.. 243, Stark St.
MONEY TO LOAN. ANY AMOUNT. AT 6
pr cent upwards. Western Investment &
Loan Co., room 10. 245 Morrison.
LOANS ON UNIMPROVED SUBURBAN
property and all other good securities. W. H.
Nunn, C52 Sherlock building.
State funds loaned 6 per cent. W. E. Thomas,
state agt. for Mult, Co., 400 Cham, of Com.
MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL KINDS OF 8E
curlty. Wm. Holl. room 0 Washington bldg.
LOANS on chattels, .salaries, etc, low rates.
See us first. Mann & Co.. 604 Dekum bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN, 0 per cent, farm or city
property. O. M. Smith. 3 Ch. of Commerce.
MONEY TO LOAN. 6 AND 7 PER CENT. ON
real jest ate.. Plympton, 291 Morrison bu
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATE OF
Interest. Call 229 13th st.
LOST AND FOUND.
WILL PAY A LIBERAL .REWARD FOR
the roturn of all papers and keys token from
the grip stolen from N. P. warehouse at Ka
lama last Wednesday; will not prosecute.
Charles Langert. box 1143, Seattle, Wash.
JUOST A GREAT DANE DOG (FEMALE),
s -black, streaked with white. Reward. Re
turn to 295 Hooker st South Portland.
LOST LADY'S JACKET, BETWEEN PORT
land Heights and Seventh 'St. Finder notify
Oregonian ofllce. Reward.
LOST RED AND WHITE DURHAM COW.
Notify 133 East 29th st Columbia, telephone
5030. . C. E. Hanson.
LOBT MAY 9. LADY'S LEATHER PURSE,
.containing $20. Leave at 6j65 Kerby st, and
LOST BUNCH OF KEYS,SUNDAY EVEN
lng. Reward by returning to Oregonian of
fice. SPECIAL NOTICES.
PROPOSALS FOR LAVATORY AT FORT
Flagler, Wash.Quartermaster's Office, 421
Pacific Block. Seattle, Wash., May 10. 1901.
Sealed proposals. In triplicate, will be re
ceived at this officer until 11 A.M. Thursday,
May 30. 1901, and then opened, for the con
struction, plumbing and electric wiring, of
one frame lavatory Duiiaing at ort j-iagier,
" Wash. Plans and speclncatlons may be seen
and further- information obtained here, and
at offices of the Quartermaster's agents at
Tacoma, and Port Townsend, Wash. The-
rlghP-ls reserved to accept or reject any or
all proposals or part thereof. Envelopes,
containing -proposals should he marked, "Pro
posals for Lavatory at Fort Flagler," and
addressed GEORGE - RUHLEN, Major and
Quartermaster. U. S- Army.
PROPOSALS FOR SUBSISTENCE SUPPLIES
Office Purchasing 'Commissary, San Fran
cisco. Cal., May 13. 1901. Sealed proposals
for furnishing and delivering of such quan
tities of subsistence supplies delivered at
such wharf or wharves or such warehouses
In San Francisco, Cal... as per circular to be
seen at this office, will be -received here until
11 o'clock A. M.. Friday, May 24, 1901. and
opened Immediately thereafter In presence
of bidders. Specifications, general Instruc
tions to bidders, and blank form of proposals
will be furnished to established dealers., on
application to W. H. BALDWIN. Major and
C. S,4 U S. Army Purchasing: Commissary
PROPOSAL EOrtWELVB BRICK SCHOOL
buildings and electric light, steam heat and
water qnd- sewer systems. 4epartmeat- of
the Interior, Office of Indian Affairs, Wash
ington, D. C., April 2J, 190L Sealed pro
posals, Indorsed ''Proposals for Buildings,
etc.. Riverside. Cal.," and addressed to
the Commissioner "or Indian Affairs, Wash
ington, D. C, will ba received at the In
dian Office, until S o'clock P. M-. of Wednes
day, June 5. 1901, for furnishing and ae
liverlng the necessary -material and labor
required to construct and complete four
(4) dormitories, two (2) employes'1 quarters,
one (1) schoolhouse, one (1) messhall, one
(1) superintendent's residence, one (1) laun
dry, one (1) -narehouse. and one (1) office,
all to be of brick; also water and. sewer,
electric light and steam heat systems upon
the site of the new Indian school near Riv
erside, Cal., in strict "accordance with plans,
specifications and. Instructions to bidders,
which may Jjo examined at this office, tb.
offices of the Press. Riverside, Cal.: the
Herald, Los Angeles. Cal.; the Chronicle,
San Francisco. Cal.; The Morning Oregon
Ian, Portland. Or.; the Arizona Republican.
Phoenix, Ariz.; the Globe-Democrat. SU
Louis Mo.; the Weatllche Post, St
Louis. Mo.; the Pioneer Press. St. Paul,
Minn.; the Times-Herald. Chicago. 11L; the
Builders' and Traders' Exchange, Omaha,
Neb.; the JBuilders" and Traders' Exchange,
Milwaukee, Wis.; the Nortnwestern Manu
facturers' Association," St. Paul, Minn.; the
U. S. Indian Warehouses at No. 1208 How
ard St., Omaha. Neb.; No. 235. Johnson St.,
Chicago, 111., and No. 77-79 Vooster st.,
New York, N. Y., and the Indian school.
Perrls. Cal. For further Information apply
'to Harwood Hall. Superintendent Indian
School, Perrls, Cal., or ibis office, A. C
TONNER, Acting Commissioner.
PROPOSALS FOR 'PORTAGE RAILWAY
Lands at - the Cascade Locks Sealed bids
will be received by the Board of Portage
Commissioners, of the State ot Oregon until
2 o'clock P. M., May 24.1901, and then pub
licly opened, for the purchase of a tract .of
land adjoining the "United States '.Govern
ment "reserve1 above the upper entnmce-to;
mc iocks' in me. weiumoia Jtuver, oegiaouiB
at a point on the esat boundary"; line of the
United States Government reserve nlnety
elght'and 4-10 (98.4) feet north. or the south
east corner thereof, thence northeasterly par
alleling the track, ot the.-Oregon Railway &
Navigation Company -eleven hundred (1100)
feet, being a strip eleven hundred (1100) feet
long "between tha track of the railroad com
pany v and the Columbia River, as fully de
scribed at page. 101, Book "T," Records ot
Deeds for Wasco County, Oregon, authority-.,
foresaid sale being granted by an act -of , the
Twenty-first Legislative Assembly. Convey
ance' to be a bargain.-and. sale deed.
Each bid must'be accompanied by a certified
check of the amount of twenty (20) Der cent
of ithe bid, payable to the State Treasurer,
chase price la,. riot paid within 10 days after
acceptance of the, same, .
Bids should be addressed to the Secretary!
of-State, and Indorsed "Bid for portage rill-
way land." ' .
The-,. Board, of Portage Commissioners re
serves the" right to'reject'any and all bWn.
-, ' T. T. GEER,
, ' Governor. .
F. I. DUNBAR,
r Secretary of State.
CHAS. S. MOORE. '
" t - ' State Treasurer.
PARK' PLACE. OR., APRIL 29, 100!. No
tice to -Contractors Sealed bids will" be re
ceived at the office of C. H. Burggraf. archi
tect,"' Albany, Or, by the building committee
of- the Board of Regents of the State Agri
cultural College of the State of Oregon until
1 o'clock P. M., May 27, 1001. Immediately
thereafter all "bids received will be- opened
and considered by, the committee. Bidders'
are Invited to be. present at that -time. A
certified check to the amount of-5 per ce$t
of the bid. payable to J. T. Appcrson, Presi
dent of the Board.' of Regents, mugt accom
pany each proposal, as a "guarantee that the
bidder will enter Into a contract and give an
approed bond to the full amount of the. con
tract. In the event the bid Is accepted.
Bldswlll be .considered as follows:
1. Extending the heating service and heat
ing the Armory.
2. The installing of lavatories and repair
ing the Administration building. Mechanical
Hall, and Ladles' Dormitory.
3. The painting of Cauthorn Hall, Ladles'
Dormitory, and the Chemical Laboratory.
The plans and specifications forVthls work
may be been at the office of the. architect, at
Albany, Or. The committee reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
j; T. APPERSON. .
President of the Board' of Regents, of the
State Agricultural College of the State
PROPOSALS FOR CLdTHING FOR U. S. A.
Transport Sen-Ice,. Depot Quartermaster's
Office, 30 New Montgomery St., San Fran
cisco, Cal., May 13, 1901. Sealed proposals.
In triplicate will be received at this offlc?
until 11 o'clock A. M., Thursday, May 23,
11)01, Pacific standard time, and 'then opened,
for furnishing white duck aprons, white
caps, blouses, dark blue caps, cap ribbons,
.white duck hats, working Jumpers, white
duck jackets, lanyards, neckerchiefs. Dunga
ree trousers, working trousers,, white duck
trousers, overcoats, reefers, and hospital
flags. Preference will be given to articles of
domestic production and manufacture, con
ditions, of price and quality being equal (In
cluding in the price of foreign production
and manufacture the duty thereon), and such
preference will be given to articles of Amer
ican production and manufacture produced op
the Pacific Coast, to. the. extent of the con
sumption required by the public service there.
The United States reserves the right to ac
cept or reject any or all proposals or any
part thereof. Information and blanks for
proposals will be furnished on application.
Envelopes containing proposals will be In
dorsed "Proposals No. 4545," and addressed
to MAJOR OSCAR F. LONG, Quartermas
ter, U. S Army, Depot Quartermaster.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS NOTICE IS
hereby given that sealed bids will be re
ceived by the Board of Directors of School
District No. 4 Eugene, Oregon, from this
date, until 3 P. M., Friday. May 24tb, 1901,
for the erection and completion of an eight
room school building, aocordlng to the plans
and specifications prepared by Charles H.
Burggraf, arcnltect, Albany, Or. All bids
must be accompanied by a certified check
payable to "said School-District No. 4, in the
sum of $200, as a guarantee that In the event
the Contract Is awarded the contractor will
furnish an approved bond to the full amount
of the contract price, within 10 daja after
the awarding of the contract. The said
plans and specifications arc on file at the
First National Bank In Eugene, Or. All bids
must be made out upon blank proposals for
tbo same, which will be furnished by Geo.
F. Craw, Clerk of said School District, or
by said architect. The said Board of Direc
tors reserves the right to reject any or all
bids. S. B. Eakln, chairman of the Board
of School Directors aforesaid. Dated Eu
gene, Or., May 3, 1901. Attest, Geo. F.
COUNTY COURT FOR MULTNOMAH COUN-
ty, Portland, Or. Sealed bids for the con
struction of bicycle paths, of either earth or
plank, on East 21st street. In this city, as
per specifications now on file and to be seen
at the office ot the Clerk of the County
Court, at the Courthouse, In Portland, Or.,
will be received at the office of said Clerk
until 10 o'clock A. M., Wednesday, May 22,
The successful bidder will bs required to
promptly execute a formal contract, to be
approved by the District Attorney of this
County, and also to execute and deliver to
the Clerk of the County Court a good and
sufficient bond In double the amount of con
tract price for the faithful performance ot
such contract. All bids must be accom
panied by a certified check of the amount of
10 per cent of the bid. The County Court
reserves the right to reject any and all bids.
By order of the County Court.
May 11, 1901. H. H. HOLMES, Clerk.
PROPOSALS FOR COAL OFFICE OF GEN
eral Superintendent Army Transport Service,
San Francisco, Cal,, May 10, 190L Sealed
proposals In triplicate for furnishing and de
livering at Honolulu, H. I., 20,000 tons, aver
age steam coal, or such portion thereof as
may be required, will be received at this
office until 12 M.. June 10, 1901, and then
opened: Information furnished on applica
tion. Envelopes containing proposals should
be endorsed, ''Proposals for Coal," and ad
dressed to OSCAR F. .LONG General Super
RECEIVER'S NOTICE BY ORDER OF THE
Circuit. Court of the State of Oregon, for
the County of Multnomah, Department No.
3, Hon. John B. Cleland. Judge, en--tered
on the 13th day- of April.
1901, In tha suit of, Cleveland Rock
well, plaintiff, vs. Portland Savings Bank et
al., defendants, notice is hereby given that
all persons who have, or claim to have, any
interest or Hen upon any of the funds or
property of the Portland Savings Bank, as
creditors either of the said bank or of the
receiver- thereof, or In any other way, shall
file verified proofs, of their said claims with the
undersigned, at his office, room 505 Commer
cial building, at the corner of Second and
Washington sts.. Portland, Or., on or before
the 15th day of May. 1901, and that if any
of them fall to do so they and each of tbem.
shall be barred from sharing In the benefits
of the distribution of. the. money and. pro
ceeds of the property of the said Portland
Savings Bank that now or shall hereafter be
In the hands of the- undersigned, as receiver
of said bank. RICHARD NIXON,
Receiver Portland Savings Bank.
Portland. Or.. April 15. IDOL
WARNING UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE I
shall not be. responsible for the payment, nor
shall I honor any checks now outstanding or
which may be offered purporting to be signed
by me. The reason for this notice. Is that
several checks nave, been within the last few
days cashed, bearing my name but not my
Signature. R. W. MltchelL
WE HAVE PURCHASED THE CIGAR FAC
tory of Wing Lee Lung- Co., at 65 Second
st, and will take- possession May 20. All
bills due by Wing Lee Lung Co. must be
presented on or before that date. Yee Yuen
I WISH-TO INFORM THE PUBLIC I WILL
not be rf"?pqnsible for any debts my wife,
Laura Hill, may incur, having left my bed
and board. Benr Hill. Portland,, Or
McCLURE'S SANITARY BANDAGE Full
women bas no equal. 417 Marquam building.
Accordion Pin It In ET.
Accordion" platting: Kellogg"a School of Dress
making. 34 Lewis bldg. Tel. Black 1825.
Geo. T. Murton. SIS Cham, of Com. Phone
Brown. 450. Accounts examined; books kept
Assayera and Analysts.
THE MONTANA METALLURGICAL WORKS,
with its assay office and chemical labora
tory, have; moved from 02 to 100 First at
J. H. FISE. MINERAL ASSAYER AND
chemist: gold dust bought 204 Washington.
PAUL BAUMEL. ASSAYER AND ANALYST;
gold dust bought. 22S Stark st.
" .- fvfv VSTROLOGER'S HOBO
scopes and scientific advice; 60c and $L 203
4th st, Portland.
C. H. PIGGOTT. LAWYER AND NOTARY;
practices In all courts. 4 Mulkey Bldg.
A-Trnings. Hammocks and Tents.
CAMP FURNITURE. STOVES. HAMMOCKS
and flags for rale or rent, at A. C. Pike's
Tent and Awning Factory. 107 North Third.
Bakery and Confectionery.
IR. HENRY MILLERt PROP. THE OLD
French Bakery, has again opened a flne es
tablishment at 290 Harrison, st.. "cor. 5th..
aim tyui ue pieasea 10 see ma oiu tuaiumno.
Splint baskets," grape- baskets specialty. Oregon
Basket Factory. S. J. Mlckley, 31 N. 1st st.
X JX. GILL & CO.. WHOLESALE AND RE
tall booksellers and stationers. 133-133 3d st.
"-J Carpenters.'anil Builders.
'RHODES & "BUCKNER, BUILDERS.. JOB
ijberjr, store atters.JPaone Black 914. 330 Stark.
Geo, W. Gordon, counters, office fixtures, fly
..screens. Third and Salmon. Tel. Black 1002.
Cltlropodiqts nn'd Manicuring.
WM. DEVENY & ESTELLE DEVErTY. THE
.-only scientific, chiropodists, parlors SOl'Allsky
bldg., 3d and Morrison. Ore. phone Grant 16.
.This Is the long-haired" gentleman., He Is
thQ man you are looking for.
L. Mitchell, leading expert chiropodist, office
in Knight's shoe store. Fifth and Wash.,
opposite Perkins Hotel. Hours 10 td 12. 2
to 5. Tel. Hood 728, office; res.. West 222.
A druajess system of curing disease, by re
moving the cause: heaft disease, rheuma-
v Us.ni, ' paralysis, female trouble and chronic
cases. Exam. free. Or, D. A, Mclntyre,
chiropractic" and osteopathlst.385 Yamhill.
f Mmer Dr Herzog. from "Berlin, scientific re-
eaier; tens entire lire. past, present ana fu
ture; consultation on all affairs; nothing ex
cepted; names given; good advice; sure help;
mistake Impossible: Imports genuine gypsy
love, powder. Fee $1; letter $2. 363 Alder-
VULCAN COAL CO., dealers. In house, steam
and blacksmith coals. Also foundry coke.
Front st., near Gllsan. Ore. tel. Red 1766-
HERMANN 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. YOUNG & CO.. SHIP BROKERS
and commission merchants, Sherlock bldg.,
' Portland. Or.
ALLEN & LEWIS. COMMISSION AND PRO
duce merchants, Front & X sts.. Portland. Or.
GALVANIZED IRON CORNICES, ROOFING,
Royal furnaces. Tllton. & Gerspach. 206- 4th
METAL' SKYLIGHTS. GALVANIZED JJIQN
cornices. J. C. Bayer, 265 Second st.
MISSES MATTINGLY. ACADEMY OF DANC
lng. 268 South 14th. Class or private lessons.
Dyeing and Cleaning.
H. W. TURNER, professional dyer and clean
er, 301 17th, cor. Columbia. Tel. Red 131.
J. HUNTER. STEAM CARPET CLEANING.
550 Jefferson. Telephone Main 214.
BEHNKE'S LAW AND COMMERCIAL
School. Day and night sessions. No. vaca
tions. Law term begins September 1. Com
mercial block, Washington, cor. Second.
INSTRUCTION IN ALL HIGH SCHOOL
branches; mathematics a specialty; rates rea
sonable. Y 15, care Oregonian.
LATIN PUPILS WANTED FOR EVENING
Instruction; terms reasonable. Address V 17,
Order ot Washington, foremost fraternal so
ciety of N. W-; protects the living. J. L.
Mitchell, Sup. Sec'y. 612-615 Marquam bldg.
Western "Electric Works; house wiring, bell
work, repairs, motors, dynamos. 305 Wash.
Fence and Wire Works.
OLD EAST PORTLAND FENCE AND WIRE
Works. A. Carlson, 289 East Morrison st
Fnrritture, turning, mouldings wood work a
specialty. Calof & Goldenberg, 311 Front,
Hair Dressing and Manicuring.
PARIS HAIR STORE, 303 WASH. ST., UP-to-date
hairdressers, wigs and toupees for
ladles and gents; switches from $1 up.
ROSENTHAL SISTERS. 100 6TH. SWITCHES
a specialty. Hair dressing, manicuring.
Harness and Saddles.
THE BREYMAN LEATHER CO.. WHOLE
sale saddle and harness manufacturers, sad
dlery hardware, findings and shoe store sup
plies; -leather of all kinds," 73 Front st,
THE GEORGE LAWRENCE CO.. WHOLE
sale saddlers and harness manufacturers,
leather and saddlery hardware. 72 Front st.
CHARLES L. .MASTICK & CO. (INC.,. 75
Front street, Portland Cash; buyers of hides
pelts and tallow.
Dr. G. M. Keller's Hydropathic Institute Pied
mont, Portland, Or, Rheumatism and kindred
diseases successfully treated: beat references.
HAMBURG-BREMEN FIRE INS. CO.. 102
First st. Boyd &. Arnold. General Agents.
Junk, Hides and Pelts.
L. Shank & Co. pay highest prices for old
rubber, metals- bottles. Iron. rags, hides,
pelts and tallow. 312- Front. Tel. South 09L
Manufacturers of Ladies' Goods.
OUR COMPLETE LINE OF SUMMER FUR
nlshlngs will astonish you. We are leaders In
ladles' wear. S(ng Choog &-Co.. 333 Morrison.
aiarltle and Granite Works.
MARBLE AND GRANITE MONUMENTS AT
lowest prices. Sea us, and save money.
Weeks. 720 Front.
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS; marble, gran
ite and stone work. Schanen & Neu, 2Ga 1st.
EXPERIENCED MASSEUR gives treatment
for rheumatic and chronic diseases. Freder
ick Walter, 532 Williams. Phone Rus. 1131.
131 FOURTH; TUB AND VAPOR BATHS.
With massage, electricity; everything first
class. Phone Red 421.
LADY GIVES THE LATEST SCIENTIFIC
massage treatments. The Vlncennes, 313
vv asningvon, room so.
Ottumwa mining hoists, dynamos motors, saw
mills, etc Tatum & Bowen.""29-35 First at.
SAPES. JAILS. BURGLAR-PROOF SAFES,
both new and second-hand. Lockouts opened
and general repairs. J. E. Davis, Oj) Third.
'Jt'' BUSINESS. DIRECTOR Juj ',,j
LADIES! CHICHESTER-'fa ENGLISH PENNY-
royal Pills are the best Safe, reliable. Take
, .no oUvas.Send.4c, atampa. for.parUcular.
"Relief fdr "Ladles." m letW'by etuf trtftlrU.
Ask youx drusslaL. CalchestBtvXaemlPal Co..
PAUL CROMWELL. THE COLORED SPE
clalUt. has opened up his office at 247 Front,
and will sell his medicine as usual. Medi
cines for all kinds of chronic diseases.
White bronze monuments. Send postal; Will
call, a R. Donnell. Agent. 264 Stark st.
Lessons 50c; piano, guitar, banjo, mandolin, "?to
lln Instruments-for sale. Mrs. Martin. 104 l3t
Oregon Viavl Co.
LEWIS BLDG.. PARK AND MORRISON STS.
Send for Health Boot. Consultation tree
DRSw L. B SMITH itSONv OREGON'S Pio
neer osteopaths, suite 400 Oregonian build
ing. Examination tree. Phone Oak 421. Lit
erature sent on application.
Dr. R. B. Northrop, specialist la nervous and
chronic diseases, suite 413 Bekum. bldg., 34.
and Wash. Examinations free, TeL Main 340.
Larsea. Palmist. Occult Student. Reading
60c. past, present, future. 218 Altskjrbldg.
WM. PREHN. SHOP 129 EAST WATER ST..
over Columbia Engineering Works" t
T. J. GEISLER. S14-815 CHAMBER OF COM.
Domestic and foreign patents secured. tq
Special attention given to the prosecutloaioC,
pension claims. J. L. Wells. 100 Grand'ave.
Portland Riding Clubs.
LIVERY AND BOARDING; LADIES' AND
gentlemen's saddle horses. 354 Jefferson.
Physicians, and Surgeons.
DR. CORA C TALBOTT SPECIALIST; 13
j ears' experience in diseases of women; latest-Improved
method In the treatment ot all
female troubles; patients treated successfully
by mall. Office- 1S1 First st.
pr. Flora A. Brown; diseases of women- and
children a specialty. Consultation and diag
nosis free. 517"-518 The Dekum. Portland Or
DR. JAMES DICKSON, SPECIALIST IN KID
ney and skin diseases Odd Fellows' Temple.
Showcase and, Store Fixtures.
R. LUTKE & CO., SUCCESSORS TO DIXON.
Borgeson & Co.. Sixth and Hoyt sts.
Sanltarr Feather Renovator.
SANITARY FEATHER RENOVATOR makes
old feathers new. 348 1st. Phone Hood 272.
OVERLAND STORAGE WAREHOUSE
Fourth and Davis. Merchandise, a specialty.
Insurance rates Jow; storage rates reasonable.
Careful attention given to country consign
ments. Tel. Or. Main 777; Columbia- 670.
STORAGE AT LOW RATES CAN BE HAD
at Fred Blckel's storehouse. 31 North Front.
Storage and Transfei;-
C O. PICK; office 88 First, bet, Starty and
Oak; phones 696. Pianos and furniture moved
and packed for shipping; commodious fire
proof brick warehotfa?: Front apd tClay st3
Tents and Awnings.
PORTLAND TENT & AWNING CO.; TENTS,
sails, awnings- 220 Ankeny. TeL Grant 1501.
Tinning and Roofing.
ALL KINDS TIN WORK AND STOVE RE
palrlng. Schulze Bros.. 103 Grand ave.
MRS. WALLACE, RELIABLE CL.URVOY
ant and psychic life reader; consult hex on
business affairs, love troubles, absent friends;
good advice on mines; readings dally. 50c and
up. 167 First st.. office 7. Consult the bust.
MRS. BAXTER REYNOLDS. THE WELL
and favorably known medium. Room 33
Labbe bldg.. 227 Washington.
Mrs. Stevens, spiritual business .and Hfeiread
er. 221 Morrison. Room 22. TeL Front 132.
New Turkish bath parlors; modern appliances.
Gents only. 525 Chamber Com.. J F. King.
TURKISH BATHS NEW MANAGEMENT.
Open day and night. Oregonian building.
DEKUM ELECTRIC LIGHT BATHS; HOURS
Ladles. 9 ta 3; gentlemen. 3. 30 to 9
ALLEN & LEWIS. WHOLESALE GROCERS,
cor. N. Front and DavU sts.. Portland. Or.
SAVINGS BANK. 109 THIRD STREET
PORTLAND TRUSl COMPANX
Money to loan on mortgage.
A general trust and agency business transacted.
INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS.
BENJ. 1. COHEN i iTesluuac
H7L.P1TTOCK J .Vice-President
E. J. ALTSTOCK, J. O. QQLTBA... Secretaries.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK-
OF PORTLAND, OR.
Designated Depository and financial Agent oc
the United States. TTC
President H. W. CORBETT
Vice-President -- A. L. MILLS
Cashier Q. E. WITHIN uiU.
Assistant Cashier J. W NEWKIRK
T"Qnd AssSint Cashier W. C. ALYUKD.
Letters of credit Issued, available In Europo
and the Eastern. States.
Sight exchange and telegraphic transfers sold
on -sew Y-ork Boston, Chicago. St. Louis, sw
Paul. Omaha. San Francisco and tha principal
points In tha Northwest.
BUht and time bills drawn la sums to suit
on London. Paris. Berlin. Fraakfort-on-the-Maln.
Hong Kong. Yokohama, Copenhagen
Cnrutlanla, Stockholm, at. Petersburg. Mos
cow. Zurich. Honolulu.
Collections made on favorable terms.
LADD &. TILTON, BANKERS
lMJ" ESTABLISHED IN 1859.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Interest, allowed on time deposits.
Collections made at all points on XavorabJo
terms. Letters of credit Issued available- la
Europe and the Eastern States.
Sight Exchange and Telegraphlo Transfers
sold on New York. Washington. Chicago. St.
Louis. Denver. Omaha: San Francisco and vari
ous points in Oregon, Washington. Idaho. Mon
tana and British Columbia.
Exchange sold on London. Paris. Berlin.
Frankfort and Hong Kong-
"WELLS FARGO & CO.'S BANK
CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS....$8.25a00
JOHN J. VALENTINE PRESIDENT
HOMER S. KING MANAGER
R.LEA BARNES CASHIER
JOHN ET 1ULES ASSISTANT CASHIER
General Banking Business transacted. Ex
change sold and Letters ot Credit Issued
available In all parts ot the world.
MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
J. FRANK WATSON President
K.L. DURHAM Vice-President
R.W. HOYT ..., Cashier
GEO.W- HOTT Assistant Cashier
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING
Interest paid on time deposits.
Drafts and letters of credit issued, avallabls
la all-parts of the world
Collections a specialty. Gold dust bought.
THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE
With which Is amalgamated
THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Capltal paid up
Transacts a General Banking Business.
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Accounts opened for sums of $10 and upwards,
and Interest allowed on minimum monthly balance-!
Rates oa application-
244 WASHINGTON ST.
B- A. WYLD Manager.
LONDON AND SAN FRANCISCO BANK.
Chamber of Commerce building. Third and
Head Office, 71 Lombard street. London.
This bank transacts a general banking' tnist-
nss. makes loans, discounts bills and Issues
letters of credit available for travelers and the
purchase of merchandise la any city of' the
4 world. Deals in foreign and domestic ex.
change. Accounts ot 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 cities of ths-
Unlted States and Europe.
President .,....... TYLER WOODWARD
Vice-President ,.. JACOB KAMM
Cashier P. C. MILLEB