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About The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 6, 1895)
THE -STOTDAT OREGOisTA2s; FOUTIiAOT), J"A2sTTABX 6, 1893.
Baltimore Preparing to Follow Port
A great plan to utilize the power of the
"Susquehanna for electrical purposes upon
the plan of the Niagara works has been
given definite shape at Baltimore by the
incorporation of the Susquehanna River
Electric Company. George K- McGraw,
John S. Bull and Winfield J. Taylor and
other Baltimore and Pennsylvania cap
italists are the incorporators. The com
pany will operate electrical works, tele
graph and telephone lines. The capital
stock is $100,000. but it is estimated J6.O0O.
000 worth of bonds of the company will be
sold in New York alone, one banking
house agreeing to take the whole lot.
The "Westlnghouse Electric Company is at
the back of the project. The prime object
of the company will be to furnish electric
power to the street railways of Baltimore,
"Wilmington, Philadelphia, and intermedi
ate towns. The company has purchased
eight miles of shore land on both sides
of the river, extending from tidewater
to Conowlngo. At this point the stream
will be turned inland, and a large dam
constructed. The machinery will have a
capacity of 40.000 horee-power. The com
pany will be able to furnish power at
less than $$0 per hore-power per annum.
as it now costs. Work will be started on
the dam as soon as the spring rains and
freshets are over, and it is expected
power will be furnished January 1, 1895.
Governor Brown, president of the Traction
Railway Company, of Baltimore, and
Messrs. Elkins and TYIdener, of the Phil
adelphia traction syndicate, are Interested
in the project.
TUCKER At Bridal Veil. Or.. Jan. 3, Samuel
1L Tucker, aped 39 year. 7 months and t.6
days. Funeral from Third Christian churcli.
cor. Rodney aie. and Knott St., Upper Al
blna. at 30 o'clock this morning.
rRIEDLANDER In this city. Jan. 3. Philip
Frledlander. Funeral from the residence or
Mr. TV. Werthelnvr. SI North "West Park St..
Sunday at 1 o'clock. No flowers.
C'ADY In thle city. Jan. 4. at her residence.
215 East 34th tL. Franc B. Cady. whe of M.
D. Cady, aged 44 years. Funeral from resi
dence today at 2 P. M.
Edvrnrd Bolnian, nnacrtaker ami
cuibalmcr, 4th anil Yamhill. Tel. JJ07
Blanket Sale today,
ilcAUcn & McDon-
$0500 AND SEVERAL SMALLER SUMS TO
loan at s per cent, on city property. E. R.
Hickson. 31 Sherlock building.
BEGINNING JANUARY 7. I WILL "WITHIN
10 rial's close out my entire stock of milli
n"ry gwds, regardless of coot. C. A. Leseher.
364 Morrison st.
SPECIAL AUCTION SALE ON MONDAY,
Jan. 7. 1895, at 10 o'clock A. M. Six line Jew
elry showcases, counters, bneiving, running,
lumps, mirrors, etc Also 25 oil paintings, lot
of Rogers Bros.' &llerin. Cor. Third and
Ash MB. D. D. JACKSON.
TEN TIIOUSAND- DOLLARS IN FIRST
mortgages on Eastern Oregon farms, to trade
for Portland property. They range all the
way from $500 up. arc drawing interest, and
are all well secured. For particulars call on
or address DeLashmutt & Son. 209 Stark st.
TO LEASE FOR FACTORIES, WARE
houses. mills, foundries, stone yard, wood and
coal yards 3 acres river front, wharf, build
ings, two blocks eouth of Madison-street, on
East Market and East Mill sts. Part for
sale. M- Bine, 374 East Clay st., Portland.
FIVE-THOUSAND DOLLAR MORTGAGE ON
a farm of 840 acres, near Heppner. Or., with
600 acres in cultivation, to exchange for a busi
ness, either dry goods, merchandise, groceries
or boots and shoes; will also pay some cash
for a business that suits. DeLashmutt & Son,
r09 Stark st.
P( K I AXD WOOD DRY VERY BRPT IN
VAii.1. the city, guaranteed. Brown & Hicks,
foot of Yamhill st. Phone 715.
LOANS AT LOWEST RATES
Made promptly on mortgages and first-class
notes, F. V. Andrews & Co., 131 Third st.
C E. UENX & CO
MONEY TO LOHN
On approved personal or collateral security;
warrants, notes, time checks, certificates ot de
posit and other good paper discounted.
EUGENE D. WHITE & CO., 1st and Alder.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Improved city property. Russell,
Mnclcod Blyth, S2 Third at., cor.
Oak". . .
a L N. GILMAN, - - AUCTIONEER
At salesroom. No. 4(1 First st. between Ash and
Pin. TUESDAY. JAN. S. AT 10 A. M.. FULL
LINE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE.
S. L. N. GILMAN. Auctioneer.
Having been appointed receiver of the Port
land Savings bank, in liquidation, by Hon. L.
B. Stearns. Judge of department No. 3. with In
structions to close up Its business as rapidly as
possible, and having riled my report with the
Judge, notice Is hereby given to all debtors of
the bank to make prompt settlement of their
obligations at my ofilee. No. 505 Portland Sav
ings Bank building, cor. Second and Washing
ton sts., to the end that the bank may pay its
own debts. This is Imperative.
O. N. DENNY, Receiver.
OUR WANTS BOILED DOWN.
A purchaser for a drug store In northern end
of the city, doing a good business.
A purchaser for that dairy farm near Port
land, on tho Columbia ilvcr-
A purchaser fof a piece of business property
to centrally located that to mention Its locality
would set the redl estate men all agog .to know
what. vas. u.p wltjl the owner.
A few purchasers for those hundred-dollar
lots in City View Park addition, away this tide
of Sollwood. on the Oregon City electric line.
A purchaer for that nw-acre tract four miles
southeast of the city Tor $650. at $130 per acre.
A purchaser for thobe small tracts of ours in
Beaxerton at $100 per acre.
A jiurchaser tor a few of those five-acre tracts
belonging to the Johnson estate, near Reed
Mile, in Washlncton countj.
DE LASHMUTT & SON, 203 Stark st.
Geo. Baker & Co., Auctioneers
ON MONDAY. JAN. 7 (tamsrrew) At 292 10th
-t.. near Jefferson The tine
Brussels carpets, modern oak
bed setN springs, mattresFes
and bedding, toilet s-ets. edd
parlor furniture, couches, etc
Sale at 10 o'clock tharp.
ON TUESDAY NEXT. JAN. S At Central
Auction room, cur. Aider end
Park s4s. The Sue fornlture,
t mtnAVAtl from WsHlnr-
t- tan - MrMl nrlvate hUFt. In-
C eluding handsome oak folding
beJs, bet sts. hair mattrescs.
, walnut chtffonter. leddlng, 3
toilet sets, rockers, easy chairs.
. laec curtains. Madras curtains.
V. very Hne walnut wardrobe,
body Brussels carpets. Smyrna
rags, hall lamps, ga gkbes,
cts. . Sale at 10 o'clock sharp.
ON "WEDNESDAY NEXT. JAN. 0-At No. C12
and 614 SeJ-ond st.. corner
Camthen The entire fur
nlture and contents of 16
room, including the gen
eral furniture, carpets and
vtoves. of parlors, dlntng
Teotu. kitchen and 12 bed
rooms, all in good condi
tion. Sale at 10 o'clock
ON THURSDAY NEXT. JAN. 10-At Central
Auction rooms AMr and
Park 4 The furniture df
rtrt-ate house, including
.v TVhlvr &. Wllsan sewing
marine, parlor raits, fced
- et. t. AIsa a stoek of
Materials tn make bamboo
furnmtre. etc. Sale at 10
GEO. BAKER i OO-. Auu.unee
REMOVED MRS. H. H, HILDEBRAND.
from Fourth and "Washington to 12th and
DOCTOR WANTED BRIGHT YOUNG MAN
of talent, thoroughly qualified, registered and
of good address, good-paying office practice
established; bright future assured to the right
man. Address N 37, care Oregonian.
WE HAVE SOME VERY DESIRABLE RES1
dence lots on Vaughn, between 21t and 23d.
belonging to Johnson estate, which we will
sell for one-half what Is asked for lots around
them; street improvements made; lots lay two
to three feet above grade. "Will be sold on easy
terms. No one offering nicer quarter blocks
for $2000. DeLashmutt & Son. 209 Stark st.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT CHIN
Dong. Chin Wong. Chin Kee and Chin Pon
Tnmr imv tii Aav !? all their interest in
the firm of Kwong Chons Tung Co.. doing
business at No. 89 Second street. In the city
r,t TnrinT?v tn Hun Man and Chan Art
Leone, who will continue to carry on said,
business at the same place and under the firm
name of Ark Kee & Co.
CHAN ARK LEONG.
Dated January 4. 1S03.
SACRIFICE OF BUSINESS PROPERTY WE
have for sale three pieces of business proper
ty, located In center of the city and on the
very best streets, that belongs to a party
whose health demands an immediate change.
It is no longer a question of making money.
or of getting what the property Is worth, but
It is a question of health, and hence we will
sell it at a great sacrifice. But very little
money Is required down. The property Is
rented, and will be sold separately or as a
whole. For one' piece we ask $9000
$3009 cash, balance in August. 1898. For an
other we ask $16.000 $0000 cash, balance In
1890. For another we ask X33.000 $10.00
cash, balance in 181)6. One or Portland's lead
ing brokers valued the latter at $60,090. when
the present loan of $25,000 was obtained upon
it. a year or two since. .DeLashmutt & Son,
J9 Stark st.
ADVERTISING RATES !U CLASS1RE0 COLUMN
'Tor Rent Rooms" nnil "Employ
ment Wnntetl. 1 cent n word crich
Insertion: under nil other heatllnca,
2 ccnta a. rrorcl first Insertion and 1
cent u. TTorcl each anUscqncnt Inker
tias. All elnnntfletl eTertljcements ot
less tlinn fifteen words conntcil nnil
charted on llftcen word; over fif
teen words, anylhinc leas than five
words counted aud charted tut live
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
THIRTEEN ACRES. 11 MILES KAST OF
Portland, on Base Line road; 3 acres in cul
tivation; house and barn; price $S50; must be
sold to settle up an e&tate. DeLashmutt .
Son. 209 Stark st.
BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE LOTS IN RIVER
side. Highland Park. Rosedale and vicinity,
at half price and easy terms. Call and inves
tigate. S. B. Rlggen & Co., S3& Third st..
FOR $700 40 ACRES. 11 MILES FROM
Portland, beyond and south of Mount Tabor:
5400 cash: $300 two years at 7 per cent.
S. B. Rlggen & Co., S3VJ Third st.
FOR SALE NEAR CfTY. ON MOUNT SCOTT
motor line. 43 acres, or any part of It; th
land is cleared; water and 5-cent fare; easy
terms. Inquire Charles E. Stewart, Imperial
THREE HOUSES AND TWO LOTS. ON 14TH
and J (Couch addition), for $0000; will trade It
for a farm. There is a mortgage of $21500.
and we want to trade It subject to the mort
gage. DeLashmutt & Son. 209 Stark st.
FOR SALE TWO TRACTS OF LAND THE
S. E. 't of sec. 24. township 1G S-. R. 1 TV.,
160 acres, and the 3. W, of sec 20. town
ship 1G S.. R. 1 E., 160 acres. Address Gust
Breham, Port BSakelcy. Wash.
ABOUT 25 FARMS INYAMHILL COUNTY,
the garden SKt ot Oregon; all sizes, shapes
and prices. Come and take your pick. De
Lashmutt & Son. 209 Stark st.
FOR SALE OR RENT COTTAGE AND TWO
lots; motor line; Mt. Tabor; low rent to care
taker. Address drawer F. San Luis Obispo,
IMMENSE BARGAINS LOTS. ACREAGE,
farms, 5-cent fare. O. R. Addlton, Lent's Or..
at St. Charles hotel, city, from 4 to 6:30 P. M.
Large and small tracts of land, on easy terms;
labor accepted as part payment. Franklin
Fruit Land Co., Port. Savings Bank building.
FOR SALE 320 ACRES, AT $4, NEAR RA1L
road. Yamhill county; .part exchange. 1 G.
, . D&vldsonr 132t Third St. it - J
BARGAIN-QUARTER BLOCK. 3 COTTAt3ES.
East 11th su; car line. Call 20S Portland Sav
FIVE ACRE3 NEAR MT. TABOR. AT A
bargain. S. B. Rlggen fi: Co.. 83 Third St..
FREE ILLUSTRATED CIRCULARS OF
cheap land. M. Griffin. Cottonwood, Cal.
FOR REXT FARMS.
FOR RENT 25 ACRES; 12 ACRES IN CUL
tivation: house and well: one mile from
Lcnl'.s P. O. Inquire of I. Vanduyn. room 714
Chamber Of Commerce.
FOR RENT 120 ACRES. 3 MILES FROM
Portland; all in cultivation; good buildings;
would make a good dairy. DeLashmutt &
Son. 200 Stark st.
320-ACRE HIGHLY IMPROVED FARM. ONE
mile from Tallroad town In middle Western
state; good soil, level land; well watered;
price. $10,000; will trade for Improved farm
property, near Portland preferred; might as
sume some Incumbrance. M. Walton. 714
Chamber of Commerce.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR CITY
property 40 acres of good land, yk mile from
railroad, 3 from river and 1 mile from tonn
of TOCO; C acres In fruit, fine ledge of sand
stone: clear of all Incumbrance. Address E
41, care -Oregonian.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE A FINE RESI
dence: nicely furnished; will consider any
otter to value of $5000, or assume small mort
gage if above that amount. Address F 41,
TO EXCHANGE CROCKERY, DISHES AND
glassware, for light spring wagon and open
buggy. Address X 30, care Oregonian.
ACRES. NEAR PORTLAND; FOR HOUSE;
location preferred near Sunnyside or Haw
thorne car line. X 40. care Oregonian.
Los Angeles and Southern Cal. property for
Oregon or Portland property. John Campbell,
P. O. box 430. Los Angeles. Cak
TRADE HORSE AND CART. FOR MILCH
cow. Address 770 Montana ave., Alblna.
TO EXCHANGE A LOT IN ASTORLT, FOR
piano. A. M.. care Oregonian.
FOR SALE anSCELLAXBOPS.
YOUr'MONEY. WITH 200 PER CENT
profit Long lease nt nominal rent of improved
water power, with ample ground for fac
tories; near two flourishing towns and two
railroads: In the finest farming district of the
famous Willamette valley, the garden spot of
this continent; available for pulp mill, paper
mm, electric road or lighting, saw mill, sash
and door factories, box factories cr any kind
of manufacturing; has been used for driving
fctnall saw and planing mill, which will be
sold, with lease, or reserved, at option of pur
chaser. Address box 139. Springfield. Or.
HAVE YOU SEEN IT? "ART STUDIES FROM
the Nude;" a monthly portfolio for lovers of
the fine arts; 10 magnificent reproductions ot
paintings by renowned artists; January num
ber now ready: price. 25c: mailed by Artists"
Publishing Co.. Dept. 25, St. Louis, Mo.
2500 "WILL BUY A WELL - EQUIPPED
lodging-house of 30 rooms, on Third St., doing
& good business. DeLashmutt ft Son, 209
SECOND-HAND MACHINERY: DANA. AL
bee & Walker now occupy their new prem
ise. East Water st.. cor. Taylor.
WANTED A GOOD IMPROVED FARM. IN
exchange for well-Improved city property. E.
R. Hicki-on. 31 Sherlock building.
575 WILL BUY A NEW1 TbTALADDING
cash register. Cal! 32J Washington st.. North
west Electric Engineering Co.
FOR. SALE NEW ELEVATOR: NEVER UN
packed: cheap for cash. Address 41 Sullivan
block. Seattle. Wash.
help tvaxted 5iale.
reuableTman-in kvhry county in
Oregon and Washington, to manage branch
of our business; no canvassing. Send 10c and
reference. Address Jas. CanJwclI, Jefferson.
WANTED ABLK-BODIKD MEN: OF GOOD
character, between 21 an4 30 years of age. for
Fourteenth U. S. Infantry. For Information
apply at recruiting oSlce. Third and Stark sts.
SALESMENTVANTED-fo A DAY; NO DE-
Hverles or collections; costly outfit free; sWe
line ot exclusive. Address Manufacturers, StHl
Market tt-. Philadelphia, Pa
WANTED BY WELL-KNOWN AND ESTAB
lished :ntitwMo. gentleman of good address
t casvass loeal wholesale draw. S 3S. care
STENOGRAPHER AND TYPEWRITER.
i owning raaeHlne; yteuig n. uho also playa
I the piano. Address Stead Work, care Oreso-"a-
Men to" sell baking powder to the grocery
trade; steady employment; experience unnec
essary: 575 monthly salary and expenses or
com. If oEer satisfactory, address at osce.
with particulars concerning yourself, TJ. S.
Chemical Works, Chicago.
Wanted Men In every county to act as private
detectives under instructions; particulars free.
National Detective Bureau. Indianapolis, Ind.
A few persons In acb place to do writing; send
stamp for 150-page book of particulars. J.
"Woodbury, 127 W. 42d 6t., New York city.
SALESMAN For cigars; $73 to $125 salary and
expenses: experience not necessary; send
stamp. Bishop & Kline, St. Louis, Mo.
WANTED 200 MEN TO UNLOAD SCHOON
ers; best beer on the coast: 2V$c per schooner.
New York Barrel House. 25 North Third st.
TEACHER FOR SHORTHAND: DAY OR
evening; state lowest terms. Addres3 R 38,
WANTED YOUNG MAN WITH SOME CASH;
$10 week; no experience. 3i North Third,
MAN ENERGETIC OF BUSINESS TACT.
Address J. A. Bonnet. Salem. Or.
HELP WAITED FEMALE.
ADDRESSES of your neighbors wanted: $10 per
thousand cash paid plain writers; inclose st'p.
Address Bureau. 100 W. 27th st.. N. Y.
BRIGHT YOUNG GIRL OR WOMAN AS
cashier In restaurant; light work; state refer
ences and wages. U 37, care Oregonian.
HOUSEWORK A GIRL FOR WORK; MUST
be neat and a good cook. Apply 344 East Sec
ond, cor. Weldlcr. Holladay addition..
WOMAN KIND AND PATIENT, TO ATTEND
an aed Invalid and do general housework.
Apply 404 Fifth st., near Harrison.
BOOKKEEPER YOUNG LADY. "WHO THOR
oughly understands double - entry. Address
Drugs care Oregonian.
HOUSEWORK GIRL TO DO LIGHT WORK;
Tamlly three. Inquire General Machinery Co.,
fcot Morrison st.
SITUATIONS WAKTED MALE.
stenographers nnd Typewrftcrs.
SITUATION "WANTED BY EXPERIENCED
bookkeeper, stenographer and typewriter; good
references. O 45, care Oregonian.
SITUATION V.' ANTED TO WORK FOR
board while attending high school. I am a
young man of good address, and am willing
to do any honorable work. Address X 45. care
SITUATIONS WANTED BY YOUNG MAN
and wife; man is good horseman, farmer,
milker; jack of all trades; wife good cook and
houseworker. B 39, care Oregonian.
SITUATION WANTED BY GOOD TLAIN
cook, as second in restaurant or In camp or
ranch. T 38. care Oregonian.
SITUATION WANTED BY MACHINIST AND
steam fitter, as engineer or fireman. Address
Z 37. care Oregonian.
SITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNG MAN,
reliable, and of good address. N 38. care Ore
gonian. SITUATIONS WAXTED FEMALE.
SITUATION WANTED BY RESPECTABLE
widow, 44. as housekeeper; no objection to the
country. Call or address Mrs. C. L. Rose.
Oxford house, room 0, cor. First and Market
SITUATION WANTED BY A WIDOW OF 25,
as housekeeper for widower with children;
will work reasonable. Address C E. S., 2bO',
Heller block. East Portland.
sTtUATION-WANTED-BY AN AMERICAN
woman, as housekeeper: widower or bachelor
preferred; references given and required, 313
SITUATION WANTED BY MIDDLE-AGED
widow (German), as housckeper or any kind of
work. Call or address G5 North Ninth st.
SITUATION WANTED BY WIDOW. AS
housekeeper: city or country; good references.
432 East Ankeny.
SITUATION WANTED BY A WOMAN. AS
housekeeper or to do general housework. iyOl
Bookkeepers; and Clerks.
SITUATION WANTED BY YOUNG LADY.
as bookkeeper or office assistant: threeyears I
icare Oregonian.- -s "'r' j
SITUATION WANTED AS CASHIERBY
young lady. In store or restaurant; experi
enced. Q 37. care Oregonian.
SITUATION WANTED BY A COMPETENT
German girl from the East, to do second work.
Apply Girls' Directory, 5iD Morrison.
HOUSEWORK A GIRL FOR GENERAL
work. Apply Monday morning, 703 Flanders,
SITUATION WANTED BY AN AMERICAN
girl, as second or nurse girl. 331 Madison st.
FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKER. LATE OF
San Francisco, wishes engagements; fit guar
anteed; prices reasonable. Portsmouth, room 2 4
DRESSMAKER WOULD LIKeTsEWING IN
families; terms very reasonable. 375 Wash
SITUATION WANTED FOR PLAIN SEW
Ing. by the day; 75c. Address P. O. box 406,
SITUATION WANTED BY MIDDLE-AGED
colored woman, to take care of young child or
nurse the sick; no objection to leaving city;
good references: terms reasonable. Call or ad
dress 342 North 10th st.
SITUATION WANTED BY MIDDLE-AGED
lady, as Infant's nurse; capable ot taking full
charge from birth; best references; or will
do light housework. O 3S, care Oregonian.
SITUATION-WANTED TO CARE FOR IN
valid; willing to assist at housework if neces
sary. Address Q 38, care Oregonian.
"WHY DO PEOPLE COMPLAIN OF HARD
times, when any woman or man can make
from S3 to S10 a day easily? All have heard
of the wonderful success of the Climax Dlsji
TVasher, yet many arc apt to think they canT
make money selling It; but any one can make
money, because every tamlly wants one. One
agent has made $478 30 In the last three
months, after paying all expenses and attend
ing to regular business besides. You don't
have to canvass; as soon as people know you
have It for sale they send for a Dish-Washer.
Address the Climax Mfg. CO., 43 Starr ave.,
Columbus, Ohio, for particulars.
BOTH SEXES IN OREGON AND WASHING
ton, for Professor Rice's self-teaching charts
for piano, organ and violin; a child can learn
accompaniments In a few hours. Address
Westirn Agency Co., box 300. Portland, Or,
WANTED LADY AGENTS. TO SELL THE
bost-wearlng and best-selling corset on earth
the Hygela. For all particulars write the
Western Corset Co., St. Louis. Mo.
WAXTEP TO REXT.
BY GENTLEMAN AND WHFE WELL-FUR.
nlshed rooms, suitable for light housekeeping:
private family only: southwest district pre
ferred; references. X 37, care Oregonian.
WANTED-TO RENT BY A RESPONSIBLE
party. 5 or 6-room cottage, on East Side, near
Bumslde st- preferred; give full particulars.
Address G. C N.. care Oregonian.
WANTED LARGE FURNISHED ROOM. BY
young married couple: privilege of light cook
ing, or room and board; must be reasonable.
U 3S. care Oregonian.
WANTED BY TWO GENTLEMEN IN PRI
vate family, room and board, within five
blocks of Portland hotel; references given.
P 38, care Oregonian.
NICELY FURNISHED MODERN HOUSE,
about sis rooms; must b desirably located;
no children: re5ponslble couple. Address A 3&,
WANTED TO RENT
house, not more than 2
OR BUY LODGINO
3 rooms. Address V 3S,
WANTED 3 UNFURNISHED ROOMS. OR
flat, by tv.o adults. Address Q 41, care Ore
CASH PAID FOR SECOND-HAND BOILERS,
steam engines, pumps, dynamos, motors end
electrical appliances of all Kinds. General
Machinery Co., foot of Morrison st.
WANTED A GOOD IMPROVED FARM. IN
exchange for well-improved city property. U.
R. Kickson. 31 Sherlock building.
TVANTED-FOR CASK-HOUSEHOLD FUR
nlture. carpets, etc.. to any amount. Apply
354 Alder st. Geo. Baker & Co.
TVANTKD-BY MARRIED MAN WORKING
Interest in chicken, hog or fruit rancli. Ad
dress Y 37. care Oregonian.
Household furniture, carpets, cast-on! elothlcg-.
etc.. bought. Loeffler & Cohn, 263 Front.
MONEY WANTED J25.000. ON REAL Es
tate security. Address box 633, city.
WANTED GROCERY. STOCK AND Fix
tures; from $400 to $600. for spot cash: must
be bargain. Address H 'it', care Oregonian.
TO BORROW $2300. FOR 3 TEARS, ON GOOD
farm, worth $11,000; principals only need ap
ply. DeLashmutt & Son. 200 stark st.
AT THE NEWCASTLE. COR. THIRD AND
Harrison sts. Rooms, furnished or unfur
nished; steam, gas, hot baths, free telephone,
fine dining-room; references. J. D. Hart and
C C. Newcastle, owners. Mrs. Covert, man
AT THE PORTSMOUTH. COR. PARK AND
Alder; very central Nicely furnished, clean,
homelike rooms: baths, parlor, office, tele
phone; furnished housekeeping rooms.
FOR RENT 3 UNFURNISHED ROOMS;
heat and bath; cheap: nice location; suitable
for housekeeping for man and wife; references.
Apply between 3 and P. 405 Stark st.
THE RICHMOND? 353 YAMHILL. CORNER
Park Rooms from $8 up; .also housekeeping
rooms; all net?iy furnished; free baths and all
THE BEST FURNISHED AND UNFURNIS1I
ed single rooms and suites fdr the money.
Call and be convinced. Room 1.-2345 Morri
NO REASONABLE OFFER WILL BE RE
fused for either single, suites or housekeep
ing rooms, at the New Flara, 207 Third st.
THE GOODNOUGH. FIFTH FLOOR FUR
nlshcd rooms, en suite or single; steam heat,
bath and elevator service; gentlemen only.
SEVENTH AND ALDER, N. TV, CORNER
Three neatly furnished rooms, suitable for
ladles or gentlemen; prices very moderate,
SEVENTH ST., 72. NEAR OAK LARGE,
well-furnished front room: heat, bath; suitable
for two; cheap; piano If desired.
TWELFTH ST.. 203 -p TWO. NICELY FUK
nlshcd rooms, with alcove; modern conven
iences; excellent locatlo'a.
MAIN ST.. 2S4. OPPOSITE PARK HAND
soraely furnished parlors, smgjc or en suite;
sunny and cheerful.
ELEVENTH ST.. 235. COR. MAIN GENTLE
men will find pleasant'roohsj, well hfeated, gas,
bath; ?5 to $b. ' -
JEFFERSON ST.. 2G7.NEAR THIRD ONE
pleasAnt furnished room" and -bath; cheap to
TAYLOR ST.. 3S7 NICELY FURNISHED
rooms: single, $G; alcove, etc,; bath; terms
FIRST ST 253 LARGE ROOMS, CLEAN,
wide beds. $1; housekeeping suites, $2 upward
MORRISON SI'., 3S414-FURNISHED ROOMS,
cheap, single or en suite, with or without
SUITES AND SINGLE ROOMS, reasonable:
housekeeping. 20G 1st, Farmers' & Mcchan.
FOR RENT 1S9 4th St. Furnished and unfur
nished rooms, suitable for dressmaking.
ELEVENTH ST.. 227 NICELY FURNISHED
alcove room, with or without hoard.
WASHINGTON ST.. 313. THE LAFAYETTE
Rooms, $1 50 per week and up.
TENTH ST.. 18G NfCELY FURNISHED
rooms; furnace heat, gas, bath. .-
YAMHILL ST., 2S1, ABOVE HAT STORE
Neat, quiet, furnished rooms.
PARK ST.. yO-FURNISHED ROOM IN PRI
vate family, $3 per mqntli.
ELEVENTH ST., 144-ROOMS, WITH BATH
Rooms "With Board,
ONE OR TWO GENTLEMEN CAN HAVE
.board and room (terms moderateX In an es
sentially private family, with home surround
ings. Address Snow, care Oregonian.
FLANDERS ST.. 510 PORTLAND "WOMEN'S
Union boarding - bouse, for young women;
terms,' including 10 pieces of washing. $3 to
$7 per week, according Jo room.
DESIRABLE ROOMS AN.D BOARD INWELL
locatcd private residence, for parties who ap
preciate home privileges. Address O 37, care
TV ANTED TWO BOARDERS. PRrVATE
family, on Sixth st, 10 blocks south of post
office; terras, $20 and $25. R 37, care Orego
FOR RENT WITH .BOARD FURNISHED
rooms, suitable for man And wife" or two gen
tlemen, In -private family: O 39. care Orego
nlan. i "S?"-j '
THIRD'-ST.. 107' BiiTfc;trEN;TVASHINGf ONJ
"and 'Stark Nicely "furnished" rooms, with Or
without boardift-' A'trtxa . i
YAMHILL ST.. :m .FURNISHED HOQMS
for two. and single, with board? gas, bath and
TAYLOR ST.. SS0 FURNISHED ROOMS, EN
3uite or single, with board: furnace heat, gas
AT THE STERLING. C35 COUCH, COR. 16TH
Large rooms, en suite or single, with tabla
TAYLOR ST.. 351 NICE. ROOMS AND GOOD
board, with gas. bath, use of piano; low rates.
FOURTEENTH ST., 2G0. COR. JEFFERSON
Two furnished suites, first floor, with board.
ELEVENTH ST., 1G3. COR. MORRISON DE
strable rooms, with board; references required.
WANTED FOUR GENTLEMEN BOARDERS;
nice home. Address M 3S, care Oregonian.
THE TVILLIS. 381 YAMHILL, COrTWEST
Park Lovely suites and single rooms.
TVEST PARK. 01. COR. STARK GOOD ROOM
and hoard for two, with fire, $40.
ELEGANT UNFURNISHED ROOMS AT 408
Main st.; ono furnished suite at 321 "West
Park. Call at 32L TVest Park.
FOR RENT SECOND TLOOR, NICELY FUR
nlshed; housekeeping privileges. Call 220 11th
St., near Main.
TWELFTH ST.. 187 NICELY FURNISHED
double parlors or lower floor; also single
SIXTH AND MADISON STS.. 253 HOU3E
keeplng rooms; all conveniences; best loca
tion. SALMON ST.. 354 NICELY FURNISHED
housekeeping rooms, cheap to responsible par
ties. FIRST, 372&-NEWLY FURNISHED OR UN
fnrnlshf! rnnmi fnr hoUsekeninir? rilso rtvims.
JTOR RENT ALL OR PART OF FURNISHED
house; central. Address L 3S, care Oregonian.
DAVIS ST.. 4S7. BETWEEN 13TH AND 14TH
Flat of 5 rooms; all modern Improvements.
THIRD ST.. lS0-TWO ROOMS. FURNISH
ed complete for housekeeping, $C.
WASHINGTON ST.. 475, COR. 14TH FUR
nished housekeeping roonis.
MAIN ST.. 429 LARGE FRONT -ROOM, TVTTH
kitchen, for housekeeping.
FOR RENT ELEGANT S-ROOM .HOUSE. NO.
128 13th st.. near Washington: furnace, gas
fixtures in house, frescoed parlors, porcelain
bath and stationary: every convenience; at
low rental to desirable tenant.
FOR RENT o-ROOM COTTAGE; MODERN
Improvements: carpets on floOr; 644 Everett
st. Inquire 21 Mulkey building.
FOR RENT 9-ROOM HOUSE. BASEMENT
and attic, furnace, modern Improvements; 420
Burnslde st. Apply next door.
FOR RENT HOUSE 3 ROOMS, CLOSET
and pantry; water free; 55. Clinton & Mc
Coy, 2S4 Morrison.
FOR RENT 5-ROOM COTTAGE. 323 EAST
11th st.; car line; $S 50. Call 20S Portland
FOR RENT HOUSE, 33 11TH. 8 ROOMS,
large yard. R. L. Gllsan. 429 Chamber of
FOR RENT HOUSES AND STORES TN ALL
parts of city. Henry Ackerman. 24D "Wash
FOR RENT 5-ROOM HOUSE. 571 SEVENTH,
and 3-room house, 349 Grant. Inquire at 360
FOR RENT 5-P.OOM HOUSE. 334 LINCOLN:
5-room house. 35S Lincoln. Inquire 360 Grant.
FOR RENT S-ROOM HOUSE. 771 HOYT ST..
near 23d. Apply at 40 Second st., cor. Ash.
TOR RENT STORES 47 FIRST ST. AND 46
Second St.; 25x200. R- I Gllsan, 420 Cham
mer of Commerce.
FOR RENT STORE. 273 WASHINGTON ST.
Inquire at 110 Fourth st.
AL'CTIOX -VXD C03IMISSIO.V.
A B. RICILTRDSON
OSlce, 21G Washington st., bet. 2d and 3d.
Residence ?t the cor, of Fifth and College sts.
BLUMAUER-FRANK DRUG CO.. CORNER
Fourth and Morrison sts.. Partland. Or.
SNELL. HEITSHU & TVOODARD CO., Es
tablished in 1S3I. Portland, Or.
WANTED ALL USERS OF LEATHER BELT
Ins to know that they can have their old belts
repaired and made as good as new. at the
Portland Belt Shop. A stock or first-class
water - proofed belting constantly on hand.
Agents for the Cocheco Lace Leather. C A.
& W. L. Bryant, 27 North Flrsr St., near
Francis Bros. Brass castings and finished -work
made to order; blacksmlthlng. and machinery
repaired. 2S2 East "Water st. Telephone 5005.
Coal and Wood Yards.
COOS BAY COAL CO.. DEALERS IN COAL
and wood; coal Irom $3 50 to $13. 50 per ton.
Office. 230 Second st. Telephone 311.
MeAVINN-irr X- FINK. 34S "WASHINGTON
st.. bet. Seventh and Park Mocha and Java
coffee. 23e re.; hams. Eastern. 12c lb.: 20 lbs.
granulated sugar. $1; maple syrup. SOe gal.
BEDROCK GROCERY CO.. MOTH AND EV
crett sts sells 20 pounds granulated sugar for
$1; ham. 10c; eggs. 23c: lard. 8c; flour, 55c;
3 cans corn. 25c; M. and M. tea, 15c; S bara
soap. 25c; G pounds raisins, 25c; syrup, 30c
per gai. country oruers soiicitca.
PACIFIC IRON WORKS HEINTZ & CO..
cor. 2d and D sts., manufacturers" machine,
blacksmith and foundry wks, building fronts.
PROPOSALS FOR $200,000 WATER BONDS
of Astoria. Oregon Office of the Water Com
mission of the city of Astoria. Oregon, De
cember 4. 1S94 Sealed proposals, addressed
to the clerk of the water commtslson ot the
city of Astoria, Oregon, will be received at this
office until January 10. 1S05. at two (2) o'clock
P. M.. for two hundred thousand (200,000) dol
lars ot the bonds of said city, in denomina
tions of one thousand (10GO) dollars each,
dated January 1. 1835. payable thirty (30)
years after date, bearing Interest at the rate
of five (5) per cent per annum, payable on the
first days of January and July of each year.
Principal and interest are to be paid in U. S.
gold coin, at New York city. N. Y. Said bonds
are to be paid for and delivered to the pur
chaser on the following dates and in the fol
April 1. 1S05 $73,000
July 1. 1805 75.0U0
October 1, 1S05 . 50.000
The bidder to pay the accrued interest from
January 1. 1S95. to the d.te of delivery, in
addition to the price bid. These bonds are to
be Issued under authority of an act of the leg
islative assembly of the state of Oregon,
passed February IS. ISIU. The proceeds ari
to he used for the construction of water works,
and will be delivered, with coupons attached
for Interest from January I. 1805. The suc
cessful bidder v,M be required to depostt
o"nTheIO"cJo;eS. Tn,SP TnCdB cer-
tlfied check for five (5) per cent of the
par value of the bonds, payable at As
toria, Oregon, to the order of the clerk of
the water commission of the city ot Astoria,
Oregon, as liquidated damages in case the
bidder should fall or neglect to take and pay
for the bonds according to the terms of the
proposal, advertisement and contract. The
water commission reserves the right to re
ject any or all bids. The sealed envelopes
containing proposals should be addressed to
the undersigned, and marked "Proposals for
purchase of water bonds." By order of the
water commission of the city of Astoria. Ore
gon. H. G. VAN DUSEN,
Clerk of the Water Commission.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS SEALED PRO
posals, addressed to H. G, Van Dusen,. clerk,
and Indorsed '"Proposals for construction of
Astoria Water Works," with name of party
submitting bid, will bo received by the water
commission of the city of Astoria, Oregon,
until two (2) o'clock P. M. of the 10th day of
January. INK, for the supplying of labor and
materials for the construction of a complete
system of water works, involving the follow
ing Items: Diverting works; a gravity con
duit, consisting of 7 miles of 18-lnch wood
stave pipe, 3 miles of 10-inch and 1 mile of
14-tnch steel riveted pipe; a G.OOO.OOO-gallon
reservoir; a masonry-lined tunnel 000 feet In
length, and a distributing system, requiring
23.000 feet of new pipe; 30,000 feet of pipe
laying; 91 hydrants, gates, and all appurten
ances necessary to make a complete system.
Plans are on file at the office of the water
commission, and specifications and form fur
proposals can be obtained by application to
the clerk TV. W. PARKER, Chairman.
A. L. ADAMS, R. a GEMMELL. Eugrs.
H. G. VAN DUSEN, Clerk.
Astoria. Or., December 4. 1S04.
INVENTIONS QUICKLY PATENTED AND
sold; expert service; lowest charges: highest
Portland ref.: handbooks free. Edgar Tate &
I Co., Attorneys. 245 Broadway. New York.
E. F. Shaffer & Co.. felt, composition and gravel
roofing; dealers In all kind? of roofing ma
terial, sheathing, felts, etc. ISO Madison st.
PORTLAND ASPHALTUM CO.. GRAVEL
and asphalt roofers, repairing promptly at
tended to. Telephone 10L
NOTICE THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEET
ing of the shareholders of the Commercial
National Bank will be held on Tuesday. Jan
uary 8, 1805, In the directors' room ot the
bank. In the Portland Savings bank building,
cor. Second and "Washington sts.. Portland.
Oregon, at 10:30 A. M., for the purpose of
electing a board of directors for the ensuing
year and the transaction of such other busi
ness as may legally come before the meeting.
Edw. Cooklngham. Cashier.
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING THE REGU
lar annual meeting of the stockholders of the
Northwest Fire & Marine Insurance Company
will be held Wednesday, January 16, 1805. at
the Chamber of Commerce building, room No.
524. Portland, Oregon, at 10:30 A. M., for the
purpose of electing a board of directors for
the ensuing year, and the transaction ot such
other business as may properly come before
tho meeting. H. M. GRANT. Sec.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE MEM
bers of the Washington Co-operative Life In
surance Association will be held Tuesday,
evening, January s. iboj, at 7:30 o cjock, at
room S, A, O. U. TV. Temple, corner Second
and Taylor sts., to elect directors and make
such changes In constitution, if any, as may
be deemed best. C. Hay, Manager.
Jesse Waddell. successor to Berger & Waddell,
sign and ornamental painter, 231 Second st.
Tel. 570. Mr. Berger has retired from business.
STORAGE OF ANY DESCRIPTION CAN BE
had reasonably at Pacific dock. Nos. 22G and
22S Front st. Advances made If desired.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE. STATE
of Oregon, for Multnomah county In the mat
ter of the estate of Elizabeth Lewlston, de
ceasedWhereas, Elizabeth Lewlston died on or
about the day of February, 1S03, and D. F.
Sherman was duly appointed administrator of
her estate by the county court of Oregon, for
Multnomah county: and whereas, said Eliza
beth Lewlston. at the time of her death, was
indebted to sundry persons, firms and corpora
tions, and since her death said D. F. Sher
man incurred an indebtedness to various firms,
persons and corporations In the running and
management of the International Hotel, said
hotel being a part of the assets of said es
tate, and the claims presented against Eald
estate being of two classes: claims existing
against Elizabeth Lewlston at the time of her
death, and claims 'incurred by D. F. Sher
man, administrator; and whereas, F. R.
Strong Is now the duly appointed administra
tor of said estate since the resignation of D.
F. Sherman as administrator; and whereas,
L. H. Allen and C H. Lewis, co-partners doing
business as Allen & Lewis, and I. Lang, E.
Lang. Max Lang and Louis Lang, co-partners
as Lang & Co.. are claimants herein, and by
their attorneys. Cox. Cotton, Teal & Minor,
have petitioned the above court Tor an order
requiring and directing the administrator, F.
R. Strong, to pay their claims in full; and
whereas, doubts have arisen as to the propri
ety of claims against said estate and claims In
curred by the administrator, D. F. Sherman, and
it being doubtful If said estate will have suf
ficient astets In the hands of the administra
tor. F. R. Strong, to pay the Indebtedness of
the estate and of the former administrator in
full, and the court being desirous of having
all persons Interested In said estate, as cred
itors or otherwise, to have a full hearing In
the premises, so that proper orders may be
made concerning the premises, it i3 hereby
ordered that all creditors, and all persons In
terested in said estate as creditors or other
wise, appear and show cause in this court
and cause on the 10th day of January, 1895,
at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day, why said
claims ot Allen & Lewis and Lang & Co.,
aforesaid, should not be paid, and other
cUimo incurred by raid D. F. Sherman, ad
ministrator, and their objections make, if any
they have, to the payment of said claims. It
is furtherordered that publication of this order
and notice of said hearing be made in The Dally
Oregonian. a newspaper printed and pub
lished in the city, once a week, for the period
of three successive weeks.
H. H. NORTHUP. Judge.
December II. 1894.
In pursuance of the above order, all cred
itors of the estate are requested to appear In
person or by attorney at the time and place
in the order set forth. FRED. R. STRONG.
Administrator of the Estate of Elizabeth
JAMES GLEASON. Attorney for Admr.
THE PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT
I will not be responlb!c fcr any debts con
tracted by my wife. Lou5.e C Nelson, as she
has left mv bed and board. P. A. Nelson.
UMBRELLAS MADE, repaired and recovered.
MeredltQ. K-1 3d. near Morrison. No asents.
iLLEN LEWIS, WHOLESALE GROCERS,
cor. North Front and D sts., Portland, Or.
. PROFESSIONAL CAHDS.
GEORGE, GREGORY & DUXlWAY,
M. C George. V. M. Gregory. R- R- Dualway,
Chamber ot Commerce, Portland. Or.
A. C. Emmons. TV. S. Smith. R. TV. Snrmoos.
EMMONS. SMITH & EMMONS.
Portland. Or. Seattle, TVah-
J. S. WINCHESTER. ATTORENY-AT-LAW.
44 Sherlock bldg, Portland. Or. Notary Public.
Chiropodists and Mnnlenre.
MRS. DR. ADAMS, CHIROPODIST. MANI
cure and pedicure parlors. Raleigh building.
Sixth and Washington sts.
FOR THE NEXT 30 DAYS I WILL MAKE
stylish ladles' dresses from $0 upwards; akfco
children's party dresses: references. 417-tlS
Mrs. Hareltine's Dressmaking Parlors are now
located at 341 Morrison; formerly 2SS Third.
ENGINEERED SCHOOL Civil, electrical,
mining ruach'n. survey, assay, architect; est.
1S64. A. Vander Nallien. 223 Market. San Fr.
PRACTICAL ENGINEERING SCHOOL. 203
Goodnough bldg.. Portland, Or.;Uy. cyenlnp.
SEWING SCHOOL -105
WIGS. BEARDS. ETC.. WHOL. & RETAIL;
all styles of ladies' hair goods and hair jew
elry. J. J. Borg, 350 Washington st.
PARIS HAIR STORE REMOVED FROM 5TH
and Alder to SOS Washington, bet. 3th and 0th.
ESPECIAL SOUTHERN LADY GIVES MAG
netlc massage, with alcohol and perfume baths;
refreshing and restful; gentlemen's patronage
requested. Room 81 New Dekum pulldtng.
cor. Third and Washington.
MRSHELM AND ASSISTANT; BATHS AND
-sclentlic massage. IS Raleigh building, cor.
Sixth and Washington.
Mediums and Clrtlrvoj tints.
MRS. NELSON READS HEADS AND HANDS,
tells past, present and future. Boom 0 The
Templcton. 206'i First t., eor. Taylor.
GYPSY QUEEN FORTUNE - TELLER LA
dies, 50c; gentlement. $1. 207 Salmon sr.
MRS. FRANK TVEBSTER HINSDALE WILL
open the term for vocal Instructions Jan. 1.
For Information call or add. The Hill, morn's.
COOK'S MUSICAL INSTITUTE. The Ablngtou.
MARY LEONARD. M. D.. PHYSICIAN AND
surgeon, olfice cor. East Park and Clay sts.
MRS. ADDIE R. SMITH, TEST MEDIUM.
14lVi First st., parlor 22.
Money to Loan.
MONEY TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS,
personal security or good collaterals. S. T .
KING, formerly of Olds & King, room 43
Washington building. S. E. cor. 4th and Wash.
MONEYTO LOAN LONG OR SHORT-TIME
personal security: also mortgages. David S.
Stearns, 24C Washington st.
MONEY TO LOAN ON SHORT TIME ON ALL
kinds of security. Call on the Pacific Loan .c
Trust Co.. rooms 3G and 37 Sherlock building.
Third and Oak st3.
BONDS AND WARRANTS OF OREGON.
Washington and Idaho bought and sold.
Crutliers- & Morris, 30S Chamber of Com.
MONEY LOANED ON FURNITURE, TIANOS.
salaries, real estate, or any good securities;
warrants or time-checks bought; easy terms.
F. TV. Graves, S14-15-10 Chamber Commerce.
IMMEDIATE LOANS ON CHATTELS, REAL
estate and other securities; warrants bought.
Dave A, Epsteyn, CIS Chamber of Commerce.
MONEY LOANED; certificates of .the Oregon.
Northwest and Portland banks bought; war
rants cashed;. Koreff, 8 Chamber of Conu
MONEY-TO LOAN ?2500 ON CITY PROP
erty. West Side, for two or three years. De
Lashmutt & Son. 200 Stark st.
MONEY TO LOAN ON CHATTELS OR-ANY
Satisfactory security. C. TV. Pallett, 43 Mc-"
$20 TO $500 TO LOAN ON FURNITURE OR
good collateral. H. Mann & Co.. room 00 -Ther
THIRTY AND NINETY-DAY LOANS: SUMS
to suit. W. H. Nunn, room 11 Washington
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT; NOTES
and mortgages bought. R. I. Eckerson & Co.,
room 10, Washington building.
S3000 TO LOAN ON TVEST SIDE CENTRAL
property for from one to five years. De
Lashmutt & Son, 209 Stark st.
TO LOAN $1500 ON IMPROVED CITY PHOP
erty. East or TVest Side. DeLashmutt &. Son,
209 Stark st.
MONEY TO LOAN Notes and mortgages
bought. TVm. Roll. Washington bldg., room 38.
Money to loan on chattels or satisfactory per
sonal security. R. A. Frame, 83 The Dekum.
Three-month leans; reasonable rates: good pa
per purchased. Hart Land Co., S3& Third st.
MONEY TO LOAN ON CHATTELS OR ANY
good security. M. A. Zelig, 515 Cham, of Com.
$3000 TO LOANON IMPROVED TVEST SIDE
property. S2500 to loan on city property.
S1500 to loan on Improved city property. Also
small sums, ranging from $300 to 53000. De
Lashmutt & Son, 209 Stark st.
A RARE BARGAIN FINELY FURNISHED
brick lodging-house of 40 rooms, all "on one
floor; will sell at less than half cost: situated
in the most central location in Portland, and
doing a good business; transient trade pays
the rent. Will take half in trade, or make
easy terms. Must be sold, on account of sick
ness. Address Y 8. care Oregonian.
TO TRADE A FINE FARM OF 100 ACRES,
in blue grass: a five hours' ride from Kansas
City, Mo and notes for 1000, secured by two
farms in San Diego countyj California, and
due in March this year, for some good-paying
business or property in Portland or Oregon
City. E. J. McCorralck. 207 Third st.
OLDEST AND BEST HOTEL IN PORTLAND
for sale on easy terms; or will trade for other
property; owner has grown old and rich in
the business, and wishes to retire and take
things easy. Tills Is a splendid chance for a
young man. DeLashmutt & Son, 209 Stark
FOR SALE HALF-INTEREST IN A FIRST
class general merchandise store, to competent
man, to conduct the business, in one of the best
Valley towns; stock about ?12,000; no agents.
Address B 38, care Oregonian.
WOULD YOU INVEST $20 IF SHOWN TO
you that you can make ?40O on each $20 in
vested? Address National Speculating & In
vestment Co., 119 Dearborn St., Chicago, III.
FOR SALE A GOOD-PAYING HARDWARE
business in one of the best towns in the Wil
lamette valley. Address Hardware, care Ore
gonian. $500. PART CASH. PART TRADE, WILL PUT
you in a paying lodging-house, worth $4000.
S 37, care Oregonian.
LOST AXD FOUXD.
$10 REWARD I TVILL GIVE A REWARD
of $10 for the arrest and conviction of any
person caught stealing the Daily or Sunday
Oregonian south of Alder st. 'South Route
LOST IRISH SETTER DOG FOUR WHITE
feet; collar marked "Judge. 107 Cherry ht..
Seattle." Finder return to Perkins hotel bar
and receive reward.
LOST-IN EAStTpORTLAND A PLAIN GOLD
chain and bracelet, with lock, on which Is in
scribed "Edna." Return to Oregonian office,
and receive reward.
FOUND IN GALLERY MARQUAM GRAND
opera-house, a pair of opera-giast-es. Owner
can have same by catling at tliis cilice and
LOST LADY'SSILVER TVATCH. WITH IN
ltials "F. I. F." on back of same. Return to
room G2G Chamber of Csmraerce.
FOUND-ON 14TII. BETWEEN FLANDERS
and Glisan Purse containing small amount of
money. Call at Oregcnlan ofllce.
LOST SMALrBUNCHKEYs! LEAVE AT
M. A. Gunst & Co.'s, cor. Third and Wash
ington sts., and receive reward.
LOST-ON DEC. 4 A DIAMOND STICK-PIN.
Finder rewarded by returning to 391 Seventh
THAMES AND MERSEY
MARINE INSURANCE COMPAN1
A-ency in Portland at No. 23S Washington st.
G. ROSENBLATT, Agent.
Reserve fund tin addition).
I Deposit in Oregon
TRAVELER'S GIHDE. - -
FOR, ALL POIXTS EAST.
uute 1 now rota .up i sn. 1 iemt
Tho Fast Mail, vial
7:00 P. M.
J S35 KjllJ, or ;i .l- i
kane. Minneapolis f
and Si 1'aulj With
ihrourh servica to I
Eastern cities. J
I For Pend"eton. La 1
Grnmle. Baiter City. I
TValla Walla. Day-
ton. uosiax. i-uu-1
man. AJocow nnd I
f Local Mixed Train "I
S:00A. M J for Hood Rlrar. The I
T :00 P.M.
LSaaiij ; 1 Dalle and inter me- I
i idiate stations. i
Through Pullman Sleepers, Tourist Sleepers
and Reclining - Chair Cars are attached to
OCEAN AND KIVER, SCHEDULES.
COLUMBLV RIVER ROUTE.
Two-boat service for Astoria and way points
T. J. Potter leaven Portland 7 A. M.. except
Sunday; leaves Astoria 7 P. M.. except Sunday
It. R. Thompson leaves Portland 8 P. M-. ex
cept Sunday: leaves Astoria C:45 A M.. excepw
On Saturday night the R. R. Thompson will
leave Portland at 10 o'clock.
WILLAMETTE RIVER ROUTE.
Steamers Modoc and TV. M. Hoag. for Oregon
City. Salem, Independence. Albany, Cor-alll3
and way points, Sundays. Tuesdays. Thursdays
and Saturdays, at 0 A. M. Return from Salem
tho following daya at 0 A. M.
YAMHILL RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer Salem, for Oregon City, Butteville,
Champoog. Dayton and way stations. Mondays.
Wednesdays and. Fridays r-t 7 A. M. Return
the following days.
SNAKE RIVER ROUTE.,
Snake River closed temporarily.
Steamship State ot California, for San Fran
cisco, at S P. M., January j;;. 23.
Steamship Columbia, for San Francisco, at 3
P. M., January S. IS. 2S.
Steamships sail from San Francisco at 10 A
M. the day following departures from Portland,
Ocean steamers sail from Alnsworth dock.
All river steamers depart from Ash-streeS
For all information, rates, etc.. call at city
office, corner Washington and Third streets, oc
address W. H. HURLBURT.
General Passenger Agent,
Receiver and General Manager.
World's litUml linf.
EAST AND SOUTHEAST.
EAST AND SOUTHEAST.
VIA THE UNION PACIFIC SYSTEM.
VIA THE UNION PACIFIC SYSTEM-
Through Pullman Palace Sleepers. Tourist
Sleepers and Free Reclining Chair Cars
DAILY TO CHICAGO.
DAILY TO CHICAGO.
CITY TICKET OFFICE.
133 THIRD ST.. COR. ALDER, PORTLAND,
R. TV. BAXTER, E. S. VAN KURAN.
Gen. Agent. City Pass. & T. Agt.
TRACK NO DUST
SHORT LINE EAST:
The Great Northern owns and operates IU
entire equipment. Its Palacs Sleeping Cars and
Family Tourist Sleepers, attached to O. R. &
N. trains, leave Portland every evening at 7:00
Direct Route to Spokane, Kootenai country
Flathead Valley, Montana points. St. Paul,
Minneapolis. Chicago and East.
For tickets, printed matter and other inor
mation. apply to C. C. Donavan, General Agent,
111 Third st., Portland, or address F. L Whit
ney. G. P. & T. A.. St. Paul. Minn.
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Coolgardle Gold Field3 (Fremantle). Australia,
S230 flrst-clas3; $125, steerage. Round tho
world, $010. 1st; S350. 2d. Lowest rates to Cape
Town. Steamer Arawa sails via Honolulu and
Auckland, Jan. 10, 1895. Steamship Aus
tralia Honolulu only, Jan. 19, 1S95. Cook's
uartles to Honolulu. Jan. 19. Feb. 10, April 4;
reduced excursion rates. Ticket office. 134 Firsc
st Portland. Or. J. B. Klrkland. Ticket Agent.
J 'd. Spreckel3 & Bros. Co., General Agents.
133 Montgomery st.. San Francisco. Send foe
Round the World folder.
AINSWORTH NATIONAL BANK
OF PORTLAND, Cor. Third and Oak Sts,
L. L. HAWKINS, President; TV. K. SMITH,
Vice-President; J. P. MARSHALL. Cashier.
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Exchange bought and sold on all the princi
pal cities in Europe. Also facilities for tele
graphic transfers. Collections made on favor
able terms on ail accessible points.
SAFE DEPOSIT DEPARTMENT
Connected with the bank. Safes rented on easy;
MIDDLE - AGED GENTLEMAN. ENGAGED
in business, deblres the acquaintance ot a lady
from 35 to 50 years of age, with some means:
object, matrimony. Address Business, care
Attention, ladies! "Emma" Bust Developer will
enlarge your bust 5 inches; guaranteed, sealed
instructions 2e, or 24-page ill. catalogue Oc,
by mail. Emma Toilet Bazar, Boston. Mass.
GENT oF32rOF GOOD APPEARANCE AND
In business, wants the acquaintance of young
widow of good appearance and no incum
brance. Address V 39, care Oregoniaru
GENTLEMAnTaGED 25TwiSHES TO MEET
lady: mutual pleasure, possibly matrimony,
the object. Aaron Max, I'. O.
Z. COMMUNICATE WITH THE
HERMAN METZGER. PURCHASER OF
hides, pelts, furs, wool and tallow, and gen
eral commission merchant. Front St.. near
Main, Portland, Or. Liburat cash advanced
TAYLOrTYOUNG & CO., SHIP BROKERS
and commis'sion merchants. Overland Ware
house, cor. Fourth and D sts.
ALLEN & LEWIS. COMMISSION AND PROD
uee merchants. Front and D sts., Portland, Or.
Sutton & Beeb commission, insurance, clipper
ships from New York; steel rails, pig Iron.
H. e7BATTIN & COCOMMIS3ION MER
chants and produce dealers, 134 Front st.
J. O'CONNOR. GROCERIES AND COMMIS
sicn, cor. Front and Alder sts.
THE GEORGE LAWRENCE CO. WIIOLE
sale saddlers and harness manufacturers.
Leather and saddlery hardware. 74 Front st.
HERBERT BRADLEY & CO.. 73 FRONT ST.,
importers of shoe manufacturers" goods, shoe
store supplies, blackings, dressings, etc.
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