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5HE MORNING OREGONIAN, TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 2, 1902.
HEAVY LUMBER TRAFFIC
AUGUST -SHIP3LEXTS FROM SnTR
WERE S,50O,0O0 FEET.
Several Vessels Due for September
Loading "Wholesale Desertions
Fromi Skips at San Francisco.
The schooner. G. "jy..-Xyatson. a 600,000
foot carrier, r has been chartered, to load
lumber at this port for HIlo, and will Eall
from San Francisco for Portland In a few
da;s. The lumber business by sea from
Portland for the first eight months of
the present year has already exceeded that
of any previous 12 months In the history
of the port, and the' record will be main
tained for the remainder of the year. In
addition to the G. W. Watson, which will
be here for September loading, the Ama
zon, from Shanghai, and the Mahukona,
from San Francisco, are both due to
load at Shanghai, and half a dozen
other small lumber-carriers will be along
during the month. The shipments from
the Columbia River during August
amounted to over 8,500,000 feet, of which
all but about 125,000 feet was sent from
The foreign shipments were in excess
of 3,000,000 feet, the Eureka-going to Mex
ico with 1.145,361 feet, the- Forest Home
for the Orient with 900,000 feet, and the
Elba for South Africa with 1,100.000 feet
The remainder of the shipments went
coastwise, the Oliver J. Olsen taking the
largest cargo, 909,000 feet, and the John
A. the smallest, 300.000 feet-
BROL'GHT HOME FOR BURIAL,.
Rexnulns of the Late Captain Wand
Arrive From Dawson.
The remains of the-Tate Captain Orrln
S. Waud. who died in Alaska about two
years ago. were brought to this city yes
terday, and will be burled at Lone Fir
Thursday. The fimeral services will be
held at Elks Hall., in the Marquam build
ing, Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock, and
will be under direction of the Elks' Lodge
of The Dalles. Captain Waud ws a na
tive son, and was born on the Waud do
nation land claim, near Portland, in 1834,
his father, tho late John Waud, being one
of the pioneers of Oregon. Ho commenced
steamboating on the Columbia and Wil
lamette Rivers nearly 25 years ago, and
was at different times master and owner
f half a dozen well-known old-time boats
Captain O. S. Ward.
on the river. Soon after The Dalles, Port
land & Astoria Navigation Company was
organized. Captain Waud, was appointed
master of the steamer Regulator. He re
signed this command after four years'
service and went -to the Yukon- in. April,
189S to take command of a steamer run
ning between Dawson and White Horse,
and at the close of navigation In 1D00 en
gaged in mining.
Ke died suddenly at Dawson, November
16, 100, and temporary Interment was
made at that- place, but in accordance"
with a wish expressed, before he died hla
remains are now brought back to bfr placed
by the' side of those of two of his chlf-
dren, who died several years .ago. Captaitt
Waud was a man -universally respected
and admired, not only by his ' steamboat'
associates, but "by a wide-circle of friends
In all walks of life. His death while in
the prime of life was a great shock to
his many friends, but the opportunity un
til now denied of paying their last re
spects to his memory will afford " them
SAX FRANCISCO CRIMPS.
Desertions In the Bay City 'More Nu
merous Than in Portland.
Every time the sailors -of- deep-water
ships in Portland, are Inveigled over the
side in the belief that they are bettering
their condition by leaving the ship, a roar
goes up from a set of well-meaning but
uninformed individuals. In their denunci
ation of the tailor boarding-house men
they Invariably Indulge in "knocking"
Portland with the assertion that abuses of
this sort are worse here than at other
ports on thePapific Coast, some even go
ing a step further and stating that this is
the worst place in the world for deser
tions. In order to show that Portland Is
not trie only place on the map where salj
ors desert ships, the following from the
San Francisco Bulletin of last Friday is
"Now .that the grain fleet has begun to
move and. sailors must be had to roan
the ships, crimping has opened In full
blast The British bark, formerly the ship,
Belfast, which made port last evening in
ballast from Hong Kong, had not shown
her anchor lights an hour before boats
were alongside and four of her crew and
their dunnage tumbled into them. The
next vessel to have her foremast hands
fall to the wiles of the boarding-house
men was the Glencona, lying just astern.
She lost 14,
"The Glencona comes from Hamburg",
and, according to the stories that have
reached the shore, it was a piping timefor
both watches all the way out. As soon as
she came to an anchorage, late yesterday
afternoon, it was reported that all kinds
of trouble had occurred aboard of her,
even to a murder, but investigation soon
sifted It down to the fact that the bosun
and four of the men ' had broached the
cargo In the forehold on Sunday, tty; 18th
Inst., and stole a case of kummel. By
the time their act was discovered the con
tents of every one of the dozen bottles of
white liquor were gone and a glorious
state of rebellion was on. The afterguard
declared battle, .and by the time the brawl
ing was done most of the Intoxication had
dissipated in the excitement of the con
flict. "Captain Robinson, a fiery little Briton,
was for, having the boatswain and all
hands arrested, but when the cost of pros
ecution and the value of the case "of kum
mel were presented to him in a calm
manner he agreed that it would be of no
use. A watchman, however, had been en
gaged and armed with a big pistol, -with
which to do many strenuous things If any
one attempted to leave the ship. His in
structions seem to have been modified
later, for if what the men who left the
ship say be true, they were hot pressed to
remain aboard, but went over the side
with a pistol behind them.
"The British ship Morven, 71 days out of
Freemantle. Australia. In ballast, arrived
this morning to be told as she was towing
past Fort Point that she had been char
tered to proceed to Portland immediately
and there load grain. Had she been given
this word outside the heads, she could
not have, obeyed it. for she was short of
stor.es, and Captain Hughes decided to
wait a tide. Wagers were freely offered
that if he did not get away- before tomor
row mornlg he would regret it for many
a long month, for he would have no men
to take the ship to sea. A vessel In her
predicament, with a charter waiting, is
considered excellent plunder, for time is
against her. and once without sailors, .any
price almost can' be obtained as premluxn
for supplying her with a complement."
CBVLOX'S Li AST TRIP.
Old Whaling; Bark Fonndered Be
tween Honolulu and Laysan.
HONOLULU, Aug. 26, via San. Francisco,
Sept. L The old whaling bark Ceylon
foundered between here and Laysan Island
July 4, after the captain and crew had
made a brave struggle to keep her afloat.
All hands took to the boats and reached
Laysan Island In safety, and were
brought hero by the Island steamer Hana
lei, sent in search of the missing bark.
The Ceylon left Laj'sin for Honolulu
with a. cargo of guano on June 23. She
was leaking slightly at the time, but two
days later it was found she was taking
15 inches of "water an hour. Pumps were
started, but proved useless, and on tho
following day Captain Wilier, the master,
started back to Laysan. Owing to ,a
chango in the winds, he changed his course
and headed for Honolulu, but was again
compelled to reverse. Every one on board,
including the captain's wife, took turns at
the pumps, but on July 4 It was found
necesary to leave the vessel. Three boats
put off, and one was swamped, the occu
pants being rescued. After a trip of great
hardship, lasting three days and nights,
the boats arrived at Laysan.
STRANDED ANITA TOWED IN.
Gasoline Vessel Is Worse- Damaged
Than at Firs Believed.
ASTORIA, Or.. Sept L The steamer
Wlllinm H. Harrison brought the disabled
gasoline schooner Anita into the river to
night The schooner is worse damaged
than at first supposed. She has lost 45
feet of her false keel and 10 feet of her
main keel. The rudder was driven one
foot through tho deck, while she was
aground. The Anita had 85,000 feet of
The big British four-master Cypromene
is still at anchor here.
GALE AT PORT ELIZABETH.
Eighteen Vessels Driven Ashore and
CAPE TOWN, - Sept. 1. Eighteen ves
sels, mostly sailing craft, have been driven
ashore in a gale at Port Elisabeth. Five
of them were dashed to pieces. All. the
members of their crews were lost. Two
tugs are reported to rfrve .foundered, and
a score of lighters are ashore. It Is feared
there -will be great loss of life.
Bnldwln Snpply-Ship Spoken..
TROMSOE. Norway, Sept. 1. The Bald-wln-Zeiglcr
supply-ship Frlthjof, which
left here July 1 for Franz Josef Land, was
spoken August 14. She reported all well
on board, and said Ice so far had prevent
ed her from, reaching Franz Josef Land.
(In a recent Interview, Mr. Zlegler ex
plained that the Frlthjof party would pass
the Winter at Franz Josef Land, and
would make their expedition independent
of Mr. Baldwin. Continuing, Mr. Zlegler
said: "If the Frlthjof -reaches Camp Zeig
ler all right, and the new expedition
starts next Spring, Baldwin will receive
orders to proceed to Camp Zelgler as soon
as he can next Summer. He will remain
there through the Winter, and will go
north to relieve the other expedition or t,o
find the pole In "the Spring, of 1904. If
things turn out that way, Baldwin's expe
dition will, in a sense, be a relief expedi
tion tor the one carried on. the- Frlthjof.
Mr. Champ will bring the Frlthjof back
Many French Ships.
According to statistics published in a
French paper; 10S ships of a total of 293,
384 tons were built in France in the fin
half of this year, while for the whole of
1901 the output was only 177,543 tons. The
tonnage of sailing ships launched this year
was 212.S02 tons. The normal size of the
sailing ships is from 2000 to 3000 tons;
seven of the steamers, were over 4000 tons,
four pf over IW00 tons, and one of CO00 tons.
The principal center of shipbuilding was
St. Nazalre and Nantes, with 57 vessels
of 135,094 tons.
Warren to Go to Manila.
. SEATTLE, Wash.,, Sept. L The Govern
ment transport Warren will undergo re
pairs at Moran Bros.' . shlps'ards'Tjrior -to
a trip to Manila. "While tne Repairs jvlll
not be general, several thousand dollars
will be expended! The Wnrfen will take a
full cargo of supplies to the Philippines.
She has beon lying In the stream for the
past $ wo. weeks.
To Become Cannery Tender.
ASTORIA. Or., Sept. L (Special.) The
steamer Harrison will leave out on
Wednesday for Alsea, with a caTgo of sup
plies for Elmore's salmon cannery. Dur
ing the next few months tho Harrison will
be used as a tender for the canneries
along tho coast.
Will Command the Siberia.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 1. Captain J.
Tremaine Smith, who has been appointed
by the Pacific Mall Company to command
the huge liner "Siberia, will leave the city
today for Newport News, Va., to take
charge of the vessel and bring her around
to this port.
Captain W P. Day, lighthouse inspector,
has Just returned, from an inspection trip
along the Washington coast.
The British bark Cypromene passed St.
Helens at 5:80 last evening, and will reach
Portland some time today. She is drawlnf
22 feet 8 inches, and is net easily handled
on the present stage of water.
The water front was very quiet yester
day, no business of any kind being han
dled, except on the river boats. Grain is
not coming In very .freely as yet, and the
longshoremen and grainhandlera have
more time on their hands than they had
at this time last year.
Domestic and Foreign Ports.
ASTORIA. Sept. 1. Sailed at 2 P. M. Brit
ish ship Eskasonl, for Queenstown. Condition
of the bar at 4:30 P. M.t smooth; wind north
west: weather clear.
SL Helens. Sept. 1. Passed at 6:30 P. M.
British ship Cypromene.
Hoqulam. "Wash.. Aug. 31. Sailed Steamer
Grace Dollar, from Hoqulam for San Fran
cisco; schooner Jennie Stella, from Aberdeen
for San Francisco.
Browhead, Sept. 1. Passed Canadian, from
New Tork for Liverpool.
Lizard. Sept. 1. Passed Rotterdam, from
New York for Bologne and Rotterdam.
Glasgow, Sept. 1. Arrived Laurentlan. from
New Tork for MovlUe. Arrived Aug. 31 Co
lumbia, from New York, via Movllle.
Liverpool, Sept. 1. Arrived Cymric, from
New York for Queenstown.
Hamburg. Sept. 1. Arrived Fuerst Bis
marck, from New York, via Plymouth.
London. Sept. 1. Arrived Mlnnetonka, from
Glasgow. Aug. SO. Sailed Sardinian, for
Gibraltar. Aug. SI. Sailed Aller. from Genoa
and Naples for New York. Arrived Lahn.
from New York for Naples and Genoa, and
Plymouth, Sept. 1. Sailed Pennsylvania,
from Hamburg and Boulogne-for Nw York.
Liverpool, Sept. 1. Arrived Tunisian, from
Montreal, via Moville.
Cherbourg. Sept. 1. Arrived Barbarossa,
from New York for Bremen. Sailed Grosser
Kurfurst, from Bremen for New York.
Cherbourc. Sept. 1. Arrlx-ed Kronprfnx Wll.
helm, from New York, via Plymouth, for
Bremen, and proceeded.
San Francisco, SepL 1. Arrived Steamer
Xewburg, from Gray's Harbor; steamer Vic
toria, from Ladysmlth; steamer Valencia, from
Seattle, Sept. 1-Salied Steamer Roanoke,
for Nome; steamer Charles Nelson, for San
Francisco: steamer City of Puebla, for San
Francisco. Sailed Aug. 31 Steamer Cottage
City, for Skagway. Arrived Aug. 31 Steamer
Humboldt, from Skagway; steamer Chlco. from
San Francisco. Arrived Sept. 1 Steamer
Queen, from San Francisco.
New York, Sept. 1. Arrived Frlesland, from
Auckland, Nl S.TV., BvpU 1.-t5 P. M. Arrived
Sierra, from San Francisco, via Honolulu
and Pango Pango, for Sydney, N. S. W.
SWALLOW TAKES THE RACE
-DISTANCES .THE SKYLARK IN
YACHT' CLUB REGATTA.
Ovcyhee Carrlcn Off Honors in Class
B, and Wanna in Special
The last race of the season for the
members of the Oregon Yacht Club took
place yesterday afternoon. Boats of three
classes contended . for the prize, a silk
pennant given' by the club to the winner
in each class.
The victors were the Wauna, in the
special "C" class: the Swallow, In the
regular "C" class, while the Owyhee took
the honors In the "B" class. Chief in
terest centered in the contest for suprem
acy between the Swallow, owned by Wolff
and Jlarlltt, and the Skylark, owned by
It was a perfect day for a yacht race,
for the air was clear and not too warm,
and a northerly breeze filled the white
sails and sent the little boats along at a
The different classes started In succes
sion, about 3:30, over a triangular course,
the first leg of which was a run before
the wind to buoy off Captain Bundy's
hnth.hniKia tlii .- "U . 1 .1
v iiicu a. anvil JC5 itCiU5S LUC
Titer and a beat back to the starting
point in front of the club-house.
Both the specials and the "C" boats
traversed the course three times,- while
the other yachts went around twice.
The special boats wero sailing1 nip and
tuck when, in the second round, while
rounding the home buoy, the throat hal
yards of the Gismonda broke in shaking
out the snlnnaker. thus forelner thn ro-
.tirement of that boat and giving the
wauna the race.
The "C" class boats are the swiftest
on tho river and wept over the course in
record time. The little "B" class boats
did splendidly, for the Owyhee led the"
larger boats for some time, and the fin
ish was exceedingly close.
The summary of the races is:
Special "C" Class.
Wauna, sailed by Taylor brothers and
Dodge. Time, 1 hour and 25 mlputes,
GlEmonda, sailed by F. P. Young. Re-
J. HENRI KESSLER, M.D.
MANAGER THE OLD ST. LOUIS DISPENSARY
Cor. Second and Yamhill $fs Portland, Or.
Don't wait any longer, but call or write this old doctor today.
- He has been curing men, old and young, for 28 years young .
men who are suffering from the effects of excesses, already
feeling and showing some of the following afflictions: Nervous
debility, varicocele, losses, weakened vitality, confusion of the
mind, dull-looking eyes and countenance, despondency, pirn
pies, on forehead, face and body, loss of energy. This o'.d
doctor, who has been curing men for a quarter of a century,
will guarantee to cure you, but don't put off your treatment too
long and finally end in the insane-asylum as thousands of men
have done. You can write this old doctor, describing your
case he will then send you blank to fill oi't, so that you can be
cured at home. After so many years' experience he has de
vised asperfect home treatment. Medicine is sent securely
sealed and your secret is kept sacredly by him.
Take a clean bottle, letyour urine set over night and you
can notice a stringy, cloudy 'sediment in the morning if you
have kidney disease or losses. If you see this sediment, write
t to the doctor at once as it soon runs into Bright's disease.
Every man should examine his urine "this way at. least once a
month so he may discover in time the approach of kidney dis
eases, and have it attended to before too late.
J. HENRI KESSLER, M.D.
Cor. 2d and Yamhill Sts., Portland, Or.
P. S. Always inclose ten 2-ctnt stamps ,whenriting and
a prompt answer will be made.
Downing Hopkins & Co.
WHEAT AND STOCK BROKERS
Room 4, Ground Floor ' Cham&er of Commerce
tired at end of second round on; account
Swallow, sailed by Wolff and Marlitt.
Time, 55 minutes.
Skylark, Captain Ira Hill. JTlme, 64
Owyhee, sailed by H. H. Haskell. Time,
for two rounds, 4S minutes.
Alleda, Captain A. S. Wells. Time, 51
Hussar, W. D. Sherman, captain. Time,
CHICAGO. Sept. 1. Cattle Receipts, 15.000,
Including 500 Texans, 5000 Westerns. Market
steady; good to prime steers, $7 75S 60; poor
to medium. $4 107 50;- Blockers and feeders,
$2 505 40; cows. SI 605 CO; heifers. S2 50
0 SO; canners. $1 5C&2 CO; bulls. $2 25ff5 25;
calves. $2 7&3f" 35; Texas fed steers, $390;
Western steers. $400.
Hogs Receipts today, 18.000; tomorrow, 15.
000; left over, 1500. Market steady to 10c
higher; mixed and butchers'. J7 207 80; good
to choice heavy. $7 507 8214; rough heavy.
$77 40; llghr..$7 257 CS; bulk of sales, $7 35
Sheep Receipts, 18,000. Sheep and lambs
'ctcady; good to choice wethers, $3 5004 10;
fair to choice mixed. S2 503 50; Western
sheep, $2 503 75; native lambs, $3 5005 75;
Western lambs, 45 GO.
Money, Exobnnge. Etc.
LONDON, Sept 1. Consols for money, 04:
do for account, 04U- Money 2V52?i per cent.
The rate' of discount In the open market for
short bills Is 2j4 per cent; for three months'
bills. 2 per cent.
. Stocks at London.
LONDON, Sept. 1. Closing quotations
Anaconda BrNorfolk & Vestern
do pfd ,..107;
Bait. & Ohio 118 j
do pfd .-. . 05
Ontario & Western .37:
Pennsylvania .... S3
vtuj. jraciuc .....lion
Ches. & Ohio 67
Rand Mines 1
DR. TALCOTT & CO.
250 Alder Street.
The Leading Specialists of the Coast.
We have tho largest practice on the Coaat.
due to Honest Methods, Moderate Fees. Care
fulAttentlon to all cases. Offices strictly prl-
Not a dollar need be paid until cure is ef
fecteda positive statement for everybody. No
Affections of men commonly described as
Weakness," according; to our observations,
are not such, "but depend uoon reflex disturb
ances, and are almost Invariably induced or
maintained by appreciable damage to the Pros
tate Gland from either a contracted disorder
or too-long or too-often-repeated excitement,
and. as these may not be perceived by the pa
tient, are very frequently overlooked by the
From statistics complied from our practice,
covering over 8500 cases, 00 per cent have
recovered in seven days or less, many of these
cases being these -who had been treated by
others for much longer periods -without any
apparent decrease of the disorder.
HOME TREATMENT A SPECIALTY.
do 1st pfd 44&
"do 2d pfd 33
Southern Ry 41
do pfd 09
Southern Pacific .. 70!4
Union Pacific 114
do pfd 04Vt
V. S. Steel. ........ 42W
do pfd 02
do pfd 49
Spanish 4a S3
xe Beers 22V,
D. & R. G 50
do pfd 07
do 1st pfd 73K
ao 2d pfd 5SH
Illinois Central :.176ii
i-ouis. & n&sn....i5u
M.. K. & T 34
do pfd 63 .
N. T. Central.. ..103
Bar Silver at London.
L.ONDON. Sept. 1. Bar silver 24d per
Seattle Banlc Clearings.
SEATTLE. Sept. l.-learings. $007,105; bal
Sham Battle at Chicago.
CHICAGO. Sept. L The Illinois Naval
Militia has engaged In a sham assault
on an imaginary land Torce in the pres
ence of what is said to have been one of
the largest crowds ever assembled in
Lincoln Park. So great was the throng
that the marines from the training ship
Dorothea, after scaling the sea wall, ef
fecting a landing and capturing- the "ene
my," were in turn almost routed by tho
thousands of spectators, who rushed in
on the intruders. It was estimated that
120.0CO persons assembled along the beach,
and the police were powerless to control
them. No one was Injured, however.
Seventy hours and thirty minutes (70)
la the time of the "Chicago-Portland Spe
cial" from Portland to Chicago. Leave3
Portland every day at 9 A. M. Ticket
office Third and Washington, O. R. & N.
PUBUC ACCOUNTANT AfiD AUDITOR
Accounting: methods modernised.
518 QregonlRn BIdjgr., Portland, Or.
Scott's Santal-Pepsin Capsules
A POSITIVE CURE
For Inflammation or Catarrh
of tae'Bladder and Diseased
'Kidneys. No care so py.
Cures quickly and Perma
nently the worst cases of
Gonorrhoea and CSleet,
no znatterof how Ions stand
ing. Absolutely harmlecs.
Bold by drngglats. Price
J1.00, or by mall, postpaid.
01 Art Olu.i.M1( '
'THE SANTAL-PEPSIN Ca,
LAUE-DAVIS DRUG CO.. Portland. Or.
Is the worst dsease on earth, yet the easiest
to cure WHEN YOU KNOW WHAT TO DO.
Many have pimples, spota on the skin, sores In
the mouth, ulcers, falling hair, bone pains, ca
tarrh, don't knOw it Is BLOOD POISON. Send
to DR. BROWN. 035 Arch St.. Philadelphia,
Pa., for BROWN'S BLOOD CURE. ?2.00 per
bottle, lasts one month. For sale only by
Frank Nau. Portland Hotel Pharmacy.
and I repeat
what han oft
not be satis
fied with the
lervice of the
would not be. satisfied with anything or
WHEN TRAVELING BBTWEES
FHE THREE BIG CITIES,
Minneapolis, St. Paul and Chicago
use the North-Western Lino
and be assured of gettiss' the
est of E
Call nr write for information.
IT. L. SISLEB, General Agent,
248 Aldar Street. PORTLAND. ORE
WHITE COLLAR LINE
STR. BA1LET GATZERT.
Round trip dally except Sunday.
Leave Portland 7 A. M.
Leave Astoria 7 P. M.
THE DALLES-PORTLAND ROUTE.
STRS. TAHOMA AND METLAKO.
Dally trips except Sunday.
Lv. Portland Mon.. Wed.. Frl 7 a. M.
Lv. Dalles Tues., Thurs., Sat 7 a. 2J.
Lv. Portlandjrues., Thurs.. Sat...' 7 a. M.
Lv. Dalles Mon., Wed., Frl 7 a. Ai
BAILEY GATZERT EXCURSION
Every Sunday for Cascade Locks; leave 9 a.
M.. arrive back at Portland 7 P. M.
STR. METLAKO EXCURSION
Every Sunday from Tho Dalles, 8 A. M., to
Cascade Locks and return, connecting wlip
Bailey Gauert, making inrougb connectlooj
between Portland and U'be Called bain ways
Sunday excursions Portland to Vancouver
and return. See local "ads."
Landing foot of Alder etreet. Portland, Or.
Both pnones. Main 321.
E. W. CRICHTON. Agent. Portland. Or.
Astoria & Columbia
River Railroad Co.
Chi. Gr. "Western. 3514!
Chi.. M. & St. P.1914
LEAVES Depot FIfta and ARRIVES
For Maygera, Rainier.
Clifton. Astoria, VTar
renton. Flavel, Ham
:00 A. IS. Eni. Fort Stevens. liilrfA. 1L
Uearhart Pk.. Seaside.
Astoria and Seashore...
7 .-CO P. M. Astoria Express. 8:40 P. M.
Dally except Saturday. " iu
230 P. M. Portland-Seaside Ex-
press. Saturday only.
:et omce. ikk oiorrjson si. ana union -Derjoi
J. C. MAYO. Gen. Pass. Agt., Astoria. Or,
lliette ftr Route
Salem and way landings Strs. Altona. and
Pomona, (1:43 A. M.. daily, ex. Sunday.
Oregon City boat leaves Portland 1) A. M.
week days. 1 and BP. M.; leaves Oregon City
7. 11 A. M., a P. M. Round trip. 23c. Extra.
OREGON CITT TRANSPORTATION CO..
J3ock foot of Taylor it.
THREE TRAINS DAILY
FOR ALL POINTS EAST
UNION DEPOT. Leave. Arrive.
CHICAGO-PORTLAND 0:00 A.M. 4:30 P. M,
SPECIAL. Dally. Daily.
For the East via Hunt
ington. SPOKANE FLYER. 0:15 P. M. 7:00 A. M.
For Eastern Washing- Dally. Dally,
ton. Walla Walla. Lew
lston. Coeur d'Alene
and Gt. Northern points
ATLANTIC EXPRESS 8:50 P. M- 3:10 A.M.
yor the East via Hunt- Dally. Dally.
OCEA.V ASP RIVER SCHEDULE.
FOR SAN FRAN- Fwn
SS. Geo. W. Elder- Dock.
c Aus- 10. 20. 80. B:00 P. M.
SS. Columbia 8-00 P ir
Aug. 5. 15. 25.
FOR ASTORIA and 8:00 P. M. 5:00 P. M.
way points, connecting Dally ex. Dally,
Mo.K?; for"wMo an(1 Sun(fay. x. gun.
North Beach, str. Htu
ealo. Ash-stret Dyck. Sat.
. 10 P. M.
For SALEM and way 6:45 A.M. 6:00 P. M.
points str. HUTH. Asn Mon.. Tues..
(Water permitting.) FrU Sat.
FOR DATTON, Ongon
8(Water0C J, hurs.. vfe
- (vvater Permitting.! st Frl.
i . . -c"v-u't'tt T. J. POTTERfr
and wrJa and. "waco. daliy except Sunday
ik- tt Lea-.es Ash-Street Dock this
I m .T4slai' 7:30 A. M.; Wednesday. 8:15
SaturtaSl M': Fr,dBy' A- M
. TiCKET OFFICE, Third and Washington.
Telephone Main 712.
PORTLAND & ASIATIC
STEAMSHIP CO. "
t-Fxr Tokoham 11,1(1 Hns Kong, calling at
Kobe. Nagasaki and Shanghai, taking freight
via connecting steamers for Manila. Port Ar
Y and Vladivostock.
INDRAVELLI SAILS ABOUT AUGUST 23.
rtrI J2.te.s ,and ful1 Information eall on or ad
ares officials or agents of O. R. & N. Co.
Depot, Utii una Arrive.
S:30 P. M.
for Salem, Koae-
7:45 A. M.
Durg. Ashland. Sac
San i-'ranclaco, Mu
jave, Lo Angele.
1 Paso, New ur
)can und tne East.
dally except Sun
any;, morning train
connect wltu train
:or lit. Angel, ail
v 1 1 1 e. Sprlngfieid,
and Natron, ana
Albany Local for
ML. Angel und SU
verton. Albany passenger ..
S:30 A. M.
7:00 P. M.
7:30 A. M.
'10:10 A. M.
5:B0 P. M.
Ii4:30 p. m. sherldan passenger, j 8:23 A. M
Dally. HDally except Sunday.
Pecaenger Depot, foot ot JeCecson street.
Leave Portland dally for Oswego at 7:-"0 A. M..
12:3U. 1:65. 3:25. 4:40. 0:25, 8:30 P. M. Dally
except Sunday, 0:30, 9:40 A. M., 5:u3. 11:30
P. M. Sunday only. 0 A. M.
Arrive at Portland dally at 8:30 A. M.. 1:33.
S:10. 4:30. 0:10, 7:40. 10 P. M. Daily except
Sunday. 6.35, 10:50 A. M.; except Monday.
12:40 A. M.; Sunday only. 10:05 A. M.
Leave for Dallas dally except Sunday. 0:05
P. M. Arrive Portland 0:30 A. M.
Rebate tickets on sale between Portland. Sac
ramento and San Francisco. Net rates. $17.00
first class and $14 second class. Second clas
Includes sleeper; first class does not.
Tickets to Eastern points and Europe. Also
JAPAN. CHINA. HONOLULU and AUS
TRALIA. CITY TICKET OFFICE, corner Third and
Washington streets. Phone Main 712.
Puget Sound Limited.. 7:25 A. M. 6:45 P.M.
Kansas Clty-St. LouU
Special 11:10 A. M. 11:10 P. M.
North Coast Limited... 3:30 P.M. 7:00 A.M.
To coma. Seattle Night
Express 11:45 P.M. 3:05 P.M.
Take Puget Sound Limited or North :oast
Limited for Gray'a Harbor points. Take Pu
get Sound Limited for Olympia direct.
Take Puget Sound Limited or Kansas City
St. Louis Special for points on South Bend
Double dally train service on Gray's Har
Four trains daily between Portland and Ta
coma and Seattle.
A. D. CHARLTON.
Assistant General Passenger Agent.
255 Morrison at., Portland, Or.
Ticket Office 122 Third St. Phone 680
6:15 P. M.
The Flyer dally to and
from. St. Paul, Minne
apolis. Duluth. Chicago
and all points East. j
T:OU A,. M
Through Palace and Tourist Sleepers, Dlninr
and Buffet Smoking-Llbrary Cars.
JAPAN - AMERICAN LINE
For Japan. China and all Asiatic points, wUl
About September 9.
Pacific Coast Steamship Go.
For Soulh-Eastern Alaska.
Steamshios Cotraee Citv.
City of Seattle or Spokane,
D P. M.. August 27. 31; Sep
tember 4, 8. 12, 10, 20, 24.
28; October 2, 8. 14. 20. 20.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO Steamships leave
Seattle at 0 A. M. every fifth day.
Steamers connect at San Francisco with
company's steamers for ports in Southern Cal
ifornia. Mexico and Humboldt Bay. For fur
ther information obtain folder.
Right Is reserved to change steamers or sail
AGENTS N. POSTQN. 240 Washington St..
Portland: F. W. CARLETON, N. P. dock Ta
coma: Ticket Office. 113 James at., kml-
M. TALBOT. Commercial Agent. Seattle:
GOODALL. PERKINS & CO.. General Agents;
C. D. DUNANN, General Passenger Agent,
I O OSCEN & SHASTA i I
Wn rcjjjp JO J
Not a dark office In the building
absolutely fireproof; electric lights
and artesian writer j perfect sanita
tion and thorough ventilation. Ele
vators run day and night.
AINSLIB. DR. GEORGE. Physician 413-414
ANDERSON. GUSTAV. Attorney-at-Law..013
ASSOCIATED PRESS; E. L. Powell. Mgr. .800
AUSTEN. F. c.. Manager for Oregon aad
Washington Bankers Life Association of
Des Moines, la. 502-503
BAKER. G. EVERT. Attorney-at-Law....60S
BANKERS' LIFE ASSOCIATION. OF" DES
MOINES. IA.; F. C. Austen. Mgr. 602-503
BENJAMIN. R. W.. Dentist 314-
BERNARD, G., Cashier Pacific Mercantile
B IN SW ANGER. OTTO S.. Physician and
BOHN. W. G., Timber Lands 513
BROCK. WILBUR F Circulator Orego-
BROWN. MYRA. M. D , 313-314
BRUERE. DR. G. E.. Physician... 412-412-414
CAMPBELL. WM. M.. Medical Referee
Equitable Life i 70Q
CANNING. M. J C02-603
CARDWELL. DR. J. R., Dentist 503
CAUKIN. G. E., District Agent Travelers
Insurance Company , 713
CHICAGO ARTIFICIAL LIMB CO.; W. T.
Dlckdon, Manager ...601
CHURCHILL. MRS. E. J 710-71Z
COFFEY, DR. R. C, Surgeon 405-403
COLUMBIA TELEPHONE COMPANY.....
CORNELIUS. C. W., Phys. and Surgeon... 200
COLLIER. P. F.. Publisher; S. P. McGulre.
COUNTY PHYSICIAN 403
COX. RALSTON. Manager American Guar
anty Co., ot Chicago 503
CROW. C. P.. Timber and Mines 615
DAY, J. G. & L N 318
DICKSON. DR. J. P.. Physician 713-714
EDITORIAL ROOMS Eighth Floor
EVENING TELEORAM 325 Alder Street
EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCI
ETY; L. Samuel, Manager; G. S. Smith,
FENTON, J. D., Physician and Surgeon..509-10
FENTON. DR. HICKS C. Eye and Ear 511
FENTON, MATTHEW F.. Dentist 503
GALVANI. W. H.. Engineer and Draughts
GEARY, DR. E. P.. Phys. and Surgeon.... 400.
GIESY, A. J., Physician and Surgeon.. 709-710
GILBERT. DR. J. ALLEN. Physician. .401-402
GOLDMAN, WILLIAM. Manager Manhat
tan Life Ins. Co., of New York 209-210
GRANT. FRANK S., Attorney-at-Law 017
GRISWOLD & PHEQLEY. Tailors
131 Sixth Street
HAMMAM BATHS. Turkish and Russian..
HAMMOND. A. B 31U
UOLLISTER, DR. O. C, Physician and '
IDLEMAN, C M.. Attorney-at-Law. .410-17-18
JOHNSON, W. C 313-310-317
KADY. MARK T., Supervisor of Agents.
Mutual Reserve Life Ins. Co 605
LITTLEF1ELD. H. R., Phya. and Sur.....20d
MACKAY, DR. A. E.. Phys. and Sur... 711-712
MANHATTAN LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF
NEW YORK; W. Goldman, Mgr 200-210
MARSH, DR. R. J.. Phys. and Sur.....4U4-J0tI
MARTIN. J. L. & CO.. Timber Lands .001
McCOY. NEWTONl Attorney-at-Law 715
McELROY, DR. J. G.. Phys. & Sur.701-702-703
McFADEN. MISS IDA E.. Stenographer..,.213
McGINN, HENRY E.. Attorney-at-Law. 311-13
McGUIRE. S. P.. Manager P. F. Collier.
McKENZIE. DR. P. L., Phys. and Sur. .612-13
METT. HENRY 213
MILLER. DR. HERBERT CwtjDentUt and
Oral Surgeon 008-609
MOSSMAN. DR. E. P.. Dentist 613-514
MUTUAL RESERVE LIFE INS. CO.;
Mark T. Kady. Supervisor of Agents.. 604-603
NICHOLAS. HORACE B.. Attorney-at-Law.71tt I
NILES. M. L., Cashier Manhattan Life In- t
surance Company ot New York ....209
NUMBERS, JAMES R., Physician and Sur
geon .-. 4oa
OLSEN. J. F., General Manager Pacific
Mercantile Co 211-213
OREGON CAMERA CLUB 214-215-216-21Z
OREGON INFIRMARY OF OSTEOPATHY
OREGONIAN BARBER SHOP, Marsch &
Gtorge, Proprietors 129 Sixth.
OREGONIAN EDUCATIONAL BUREAU;
J. F. Straunal. Manager ............200
PACIFIC MERCANTILE CO.; J. F. Olsea.
General Manager 211-213
PORTLAND EYE AND EAR INFIRMARY
Ground Floor. 133 Sixth Street
QUIMBY, L. P. W.. Gamo and Forestry
REAVIS, DR. J. L, Dentlat 608-609 ;
REED. WALTER, Optician... 133 Sixth Strtes
RICKENBACH. DR. J. F.. Eye. Ear. Noae
and Throat 701-703
ROSENDALE. O. M., Metallurgist and Min
ing Engineer 010
RYAN, J. B-, Attorney-at-Law 51B
SAMUEL. L., Manager Equitable Life.... 300
SHERWOOD. J. W., Deputy Supreme Com
mander K. O. T. M. 517
SMITH. DR. L- B., Osteopath 4C9-410
SMITH. GEORGE S., Cashier Equitable
STOLTE. DR. CHAS. E., Dentist 704-705
STOW, F. H., General Manager Columbia
Telephone Co. .....COO
SURGEON OF THE S. P. RY. AND N. p.
TERMINAL CO 700
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE 201
THRALL, S. A., President Oregon Camera
THREE IN ONE" QUICK ACCOUNT
SYSTEM COMPANY, OF OREGON 513
TUCKER, DR. GEO. F.. Dentist 010-6U
U. S. LIGHTHOUSE ENGINEERS, 13TH
DIST.; Captain W. C. Langfltt, Corps of
Engineers, U. S. A 803
U. S. ENGINEER OFFICE RIVER AND
HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS; Captain W.
C. Langfltt, Corps of Engineers, U. S. A.. 810
WILEY. DR. JAMES O. C. Phys. & Sur.70S-9
WILSON. DR. EDWARD N.. Physician
and Surgeon 304-305
WILSON, DR. GEO. F. Phys. & Sur. .708-707
WILSON. DR. HOLT C. Phys. & Surg.507-503
WILLAMETTE VALLEY TELE. CO 613
WOOD. DR. W. L.. Physician 412-413-414
Offices mny he had by applying to
the auperlntesdent of the building;,
room 1101, second floor.
THE MODERN APPLIANCE. A positive
way to perfect manhood. The VACUUM
TREATMENT cures you without medicine of
all nervous or diseases ot the generative or
gans, puch as lust manhood, exhaustive drains,
varicocele, lmpotency, etc. Men are quickly re
stored to perfect health and strength. Writ
for circular. Correspondence confidential.
THE HEALTH APPLIANCE CO.. room. 47-43
Safe Deposit building. Seattle. Wash.
If FOR WOMEN
'jiff i if s