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THE SrXIAX OREGOKZA2X POUTIiATD, JA3TUA3ZY 18, 1S95.
HOW A CAT FALLS.
Experiment to Determine "Why It Al
ways Lands on Its Feet.
Mature prints a series of photographs of
a. tumbling cat, taken by JL Marey with
the view of determining the mechanical
conditions which enable the animal to
alight on its feet. The process of falling
is represented in 13 phases, from the time
it leaves the hands of the demonstrator
at the top of the wall until it reaches the
earth and walks away; while side and end
views are given of each series.
The cat was held by Its feet and let go
in that position; and in the first five
phases scarcely any perceptible change in
position Is shown. But from the sixth up
to the final one. there is a variation in
each, the animal gradually coming over
with its feet downward. M. Marey, from
his observation and study of the photo
graphs, believes'th'at It is the inertia of
its own mass that the cat uses to right
itself. The torsion couple which produces
the action of the muscles of the vertebrae
acts at first on the forelegs, which have
a very small motion of Inertia on account
of the front 'feet being foreshortened and
pressed against the neck.
The hind legs, however, being stretched
out and almost perpendicular to the axis
of the body, possess a moment of inertia
which opposes motion in the opposite di
rection to tfeat which the torsion couple
tends to puroduce. In the second phase
of the action, the attitude of the feet is re
versed; and it is the inertia of the fore
part that furnishes a fulcrum for the ro
tation of the rear.
The Latter-Day Child.
Uewiston (Me.) Journal.-
The end-of-the-century baby Is a philos
opher. A child was rebuked by her father
for breaking a window in a fit of temper.
"This, my child," said the father, "is
wickedness." "No, papa," replied the
child, reprovingly, "it is hereditary."
New missionary Will your majesty
kindly inform me where I can find my
predecessor? King of the Cannibal islands
Oh! he went into the interior a few
months ago. "When you get in fit con
dition, I'll provide you with transporta
tion to the same place.
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TO THE PUnLIC "The OrcsronIanM
charges for all meeting' notices of
whatever description. Calls for
uieetlncs, general invitations to
public gathering, etc., come under
this head. Special rates, however,
will he siren, on meeting notices of
certain character when it is an
nounced that no price of admission
will he charged.
00D & COAL, for householduse'.
cheap and extra dry. Also best grades of coal.
I'ioneer Wood Co., foot of Morrison at. Tele
LOANS AT LOWEST RATES
Made 'promptly op mortgages and first-class,
"gb-S.F-.n'hyws &,CgJ3l,Jltlrd at,
I will furnish steamboats with fir wood at $2.
Taylor-street dock. East Side.
C to 8 per cent.
C. E. BE.VX fc CO.. Concord Rldg.
S. B. OGILBE 3t CO,
Loans on improved city prop
erty. FOR TILLAMOOK AND NEBALEM
Orogon Coast Transportation Cos Steamer
W. H. HARRISON. P. Schrader master, re
ceives freight until 5 P. M.. Monday. January
14. at Couch-street wharf.
MARK L. COHN & CO..
Agents. 14 G Front st
S. L. N. GILMAN, AUCTIONEER
Regular Auction Sale
At salesroem. No. 4C First st.. between Ash and
Tine. Tuesday. Jan. 15, at 10 o'clock A. M.
Full line of household furniture, from residence.
S. L. N. GILMAN. Auctioneer.
On Monday (tomorrow)- Jan. 14
At corner of Alder and Park The furniture of
private nouoe of a lady going East including C
pieec parlor suit, cherry cenier table, oak rock
ers. coy chairs, high-buck dining chairs, oak
fiirvoaru, i;oua quality cuucii in Turkey cov-"-ing.
large walnut chiffonier. Wheeler & Wll
Kon sewing machine, lace curtains, pictures.
l;anglHg tamp. Hun's dr-Mstnaker's stand, crock
ery and xtafsware. child': walnut crib. 4 an
tique bed . springy hair and wool mat
treM. C pairs goose feather pillows, quilt and
lddtnc. 4 decorated toilet sets, complete. Brus
f1s and ingrain carpets, nnc Roxbury stair car
lts. cook stove, and the usual kitchen uten
eils. Sale tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock.
GEO. BAKER & CO.. Auctioneers.
On Tuesday next, Jan, 15tii
At the private residence, 404 Jefferson St.. cor.
I4th. The nearly new furniture and oarpets of
S-rwHWs Including nne Hrussels carpets, large
Smyrna rugs, pKin rugs, handsome portieres.
Inwta point lace curtains, fancy parlor rockers,
wicker ebalrs. center tables, bamboo cabinet,
new Domestic twing machine of the highest
Krade. flnely upboHered couch, extension table.
Mgh-hsck chairs, massive oak bedroom nets,
"prUHEs. mattrsB and good bedding, haatlng
st oves. very Hne range, with nater-back. house
hold treasure, crockery nd glassware. 7 dozen
jars of choice fruit, the usual culinary uteneiiF,
and 2 dttten chickens, rare layer, d a high
bred rooster. Sale at W o clock sharp.
GEO. BAKER & CO.. Auctioneers.
On Thursilay M
At Central Auction Rooms, corner of Aider and
Park A quantity of useful household farniture.
carpets, beddin and 8tos. sold on account of
brokers' lietus Sale at 1 o'clock.
OBO. BAKER & CO., Auetfoaeers.
OUR NY ANTS BOILED . DOWN.
A parehaeer for a drag store In nerthera end
cf the ctty. doing a Rood business.
A purchaser tor that dairy farm near Port
land, on tn Columbia, river.
A jnretaMC tnc a pleoe of business property
to etraMy located that to mention its locality
nemVi set ttw real wtale men an agog to know
what wa op with the owner.
A few purchaser for Uwse Hundred -dollar
lots ta CIO- tew Park addition, away taM ride
of Sett wood, on tne Oregon Cky ieetric line.
A tmrttkuirr for that flv-cr tract four miles
sootneart of the etey for f8Q. at J180 pr acre,
A pureaaMr for tnot-c small tracts of ours in
Beavortoa t JHV per acre.
A pureJuunr for a tew of those -flvc-aere tracts
beteagiar to toe Jobncon ostate. sear Reed
Mile, in V.'aj'hlngtoo county.
E LASUMUTT & SON. 200 Stork at.
FIELDS At Mount Tabor. Jan. II. Samuel H.
Fields, aired 74 years. Funeral will take place
from residence. Mount Tabor, tomorrow (Sun
day) at 2 P. M. Friends or the family Invited
CRAIG Jan. 11, at her residence. 362 Russell
St.. Mary C Craig, wife oc E. S. Craig.
Funeral today (Sunday), at Christian church.
Albina. cor. Rodney ave. and Knott St., at
30 A. M.
GEER At his residence, in the WaWo HUte.
Marion county, Oregon. January O. Hon. R.
C Geer. a pioneer of 1S17. in his 80th year.
BERNSTEIN At Alameda. CaL, A. S. Bern
stein, aged 51 years.
Edvrnrd Holmnn, unacrtaljer anil
emlialmer, 4th and Yamhill. TcL.pOT
Blanket Sale today.
McAUen & McDon'
WALL PAPER. 10c PER DOUBLE ROLL. AT
ScaoScld & Morgan's. 192 Third st.
$5000 AND SEVERAL SMALLER SUMS TO
loan, at S per cent, on city property. E. R.
Uickson, room 31 Sherlock building-
TO SOCIETIES SOCIETIES WISHING HALL
or lodge-rooms, can be accommodated in a
proposed new building; good location. Apply
for further particulars to McC&w 4: Martin,
architects, Dtkum building.
MRS. R. C. GARDNER. WHO HAS RE
turned from San Francisco, will resume in
struction In all the latest ballroom and fancy
dances, also elocution. Address all commu
nications to Mrs. R. C. Gardner. 400 Yam
TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS IN FIRST
mortgages on Eastern Oregon farms, to trade
for Portland property. They range all the
way from 5500 up, are drawing interest, and
are all well secured. For particulars call on
or address DcLashmutt & Son. 200 Stark st.
FIVE-THOUSAND DOLLAR MORTGAGE ON
a farm 6t 840 acres, near Heppner. Or., with
000 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 cuits. DeLashmutt & Son,
209 Stark st.
WANTED SITUATION. BY A TRAVELING
salesman, on the road or .inside; thoroughly
acquainted with Oregon and Washington; gro
cery trade handled, the hardest line in the
field, for three years; can command tome good
trade and furnish best of references. Address
Q 40, care Oregonian.
WE HAVE SOME VERY DESIRABLE RESI
dence lots on Vaughn, between 21st 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 $2500. DeLashmutt & Son. 209 Stark st.
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
$3000 cash, balance In August. 1SDS. For an
other we ask $10.000 ?C000 cash, balance In
1S9G. For another we ask $35.000 10.000
cash, balance in 189G. One of Portland's lead
ing brokers valued the latter at $C0,000. when
the present loan of $25,000 was obtained upon
It. a year or two since. DeLashmutt & Son,
209 Stark st.
PH A r AN'D WOOD DRY VERY BEST IN
KjJ.iJ the city, guaranteed. Brown & Hicks,
foot of Yamhill st. Phone 715.
ADVERTISING RATES IN CUfiSIHED GOLUHN
"For Rent Hoomn" nnd "Employ
ment Wanted." 1 cent a. word encn
Insertion; nnder nil other Iiendtnga,
ii cents a word first insertion and 1
cent a word each BUbaetjuent inser
tion. All clnKNlflcd advertisements ot
lens than fifteen words counted and
clinrjred as fifteen words s over fif
teen words, anything less than five
words counted and charged as live
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
HERE ARAFEw"of"tIIE MANTBAR
gains Full lot. 8-room house, on 10th st.p
$3300; 10-room liouse and lot. on Sixth St.,
$3200; 6-room cottage, with basement. Over
ton st., $1800; -room house, fractional lot.
Caruthers st., $1000; S-room house and lot, on
Knott st-. East Side, 2000. Louis Salomon,
213 AVashlngton st.
FOR SALE NEAR CITY. ON MOUNT SCOTT
motor line. 43 acres, or any part of It; the
land is cleared; water and 5-cent fare: easy
terms. Inquire Charles E. Stewart, Imperial
FOR SALE MODERN EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE,
nearly new, with cement-lloor basement and
attic, furnace, etc Full lot. 50x100 feet, on
21st st.. Nob Hill. Must be sold at once. For
price and terms apply to Atkinson, Wakefield
& Co., 227 Stark st.
THREE HOUSES AND TWO LOTS. ON 14TH
and J (Couch addition), for ?9000; will trade It
for a farm. There is a mortgage of $2000.
and we want to trade it subject to the mort
gage. DeLashmutt & Son, 209 Stark st.
THIRTEEN ACRES. 11 MILES EAST OF
Portland, on Base Line road; 3 acres in cul
tivation; house and barn; price $S50; must be
sold to settle up an estate. 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.. S3Vj Third st..
FOR SALE A BARGAIN QUARTER BLOCK,
on 13th st., near Washington, with two fine
residences: will sell either or both at a sacri
fice. F. II. Fleming, room 20 Sherlock build
ing. FOR $700 40 ACRES. 11 MILES FROM
Portland, beyond and south or Mount Tabor;
$400 cabh; $S00 two years at 7 per cent.
S. B. Rlggen & Co., S3& Third st.
FOR SALE FINE QUARTER BLOCK. IN
Holladay"s addition, with good 7-room house;
easy terms; or will sell house and lot. D. Mil
ler. 223 Chamber of Commerce.
ABOUT 25 FARMS IN YAMHILL COUNTY,
the garden spot of Oregon; all sizes, shapes
and prices. Come and take your pick. De
Lashmutt & Bon. -Vj Stark st.
FOR SALE OR RENT COTTAGE AND TWO
lots; motor line; lit, Tabor; low rent to care
taker. Address drawer F. San Luis Obispo,
Large and small tracts of land, on easy terms;
labor accepted as part payment. Franklin
Fruit Land Co.. Port. Savings Bank building.
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED CITY
property, in large sums, at lowest rates. Room
TJl Worcester block.
BARGAIN-QUARTER BLOCK. 3 COTTAGES.
East 11th St.; car line. Call 20S Portland Sav
FIVE ACRES NEAR MT. TABOR. AT A
bargain. S. B. Riggea 4: Co.. S34 Third St..
FOR SALE A BARGAIN HIGHLY 1M
proved fruit farm. Address H 3t care Ore
gonian. FREE ILLUSTRATED CIRCULARS
cheap land. M. Griffin. Cottonwood. Cal.
FOR ItEXT FAK3I5.
FOR RENT CO ACRES LAND. ALL FENCED
and mostly under cultivation; good house and
barn: situated 7 miles from Portland. A
snap for a reliable party. M. Seller & Co.,
Front and Burnside.
FARM FOR RENT-30 ACRES: 14 ACRES IN
cultivation: t mites southeast of Portland;
duelling, barns, etc.; orchard, berries, living
water. F. M. Dunn. 054 Clinton st.. East
FOR KENT 23 ACRES: 12 ACRES IN CUL
tivatioc: house and well: one mile from
Lent's P. O. Inquire of I. Vanduyn, room 714
Chamber of Commerce.
FOR RENT 120 ACRES. 5 MILES FROM
Portland; all In cultivation; good buildings;
would make a good dairy. DeLashmutt &
Son. 200 Stark st.
TO TRADE FOR FARM OR ACREAGE,
near Portland 320 acres, half in cultivation:
good improvements; near railroad town. 40
acres; running water, mostly in timber; 2
miles to railroad; well located. Lot Sunny
sMe. 1 Mock motor. Several houses and lots.
Went Side. M. Walton. 714 Chamber of Com
merce. TO EXCiCANGE-82e-ACRE STOCK FARM.
in Central Nebraska. 2 miles fross county
sent; livtng water: weM-fenced: ltS acres in
cultivation: frame hone and barn: dear title:
for stock of goods, or offers. Also 25 acres
fruit land. 2 miles east of Kufrcne. Or., for
sale or trade. Lock-bx 172. Xugene. Or.
CHOICK INSIDE LOTS. WBST SIDE. FOR
tots or tend in Oregon or Washington. Room
h A. O. V. W. but Wing- Second and Taylor bts.
KLos Angeles and Southern Cak property for
P. O. bcx 436. Los Angeles. Cak
THE LAST GOOD CHANCE BEAUTIFUL,
sightly home of 3 acres, on Macadam road.
this s4de at White House; set to shrubbery
and all kinds of fruit: car accommodations
good; will sell on easy terms, or exchange for
good inside property. Call on or address own
er, 2G3 Washington st.
VACANT LOTS AND OTHER PROPERTY,
for city houses. Portland Savings or Oregon
National bank deposits. Room 321 Worcester
SEVERAL CHOICE FARMS. TO EXCHANGE
for Improved city property. E. R. Hickson,
room 31 Sherlock building.
I WILL EXCHANGE A FIRST-CLASS FRUIT
farm for inside Portland property. Address
X SS. care Oregonian.
I WILL TRADE CHOICE FRUIT FARM FOR
country store, with small stock. Address L 40,
UNINCUMBERED LANDS. NEAR PORT
land. for West Side city property. M. C Lyon,
124 First st.
FOB. S ALE MIS CELLAX EOP3.
YOUR MONEY. WITH 200 PER CENT
profit Long lease at 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
mill, electric road or lighting, saw mill, sash
and door factories, box factories or any kind
of manufacturing; has been used for driving
small saw and planing mill, which will be
sold, with lease, or reserved, at option of pur
chaser. Address box 139. Springfield, Or.
SAFES A VARIETY OF SECOND-HAND,
cheap, at store. 171 Fourth st., city; also me
tallic shelving. Jail and prison work, ind
famous Mosler screw-door safe agency. John
WE HAVE ORDERS TO SELL IMMEDIATE
ly 100 tns cheap wheat, at S per ton. or 50c
per pack. Vancouver Commission Co., 131
52500 WILL BUY A WELL - EQUIPPED
lodging-house of 30 rooms, on Third St.. doing
a good business. DeLashmutt & Son, 200
DESK. ROLLER-TOP. 5-FOOT. WITH RE
volving rocker, for sale, cheap; little used;
cost $52. Room 74 The Dekum, 12 to 1.
SECOND-HAND MACHINERY; DANA. AL
bee & Walker now occupy their new prem
ises. East Water st., cor. Taylor.
FOR SALE VERY CHEAP 20 TONS GOOD
baled cheat hay. Inquire S2 Sixth, between
12 and 1 or 4 and 5.
FOR SALE 1000 CORDS OF FIRST-CLASS
fir wood. H. West, Scappoose. Or.
Men to sell baking powder to the grocery
trade; steady employment; experience unnec
essary: $75 monthly salary and expenses or
com. If offer satisfactory, address at once.
with particulars concerning yourself, U. S.
Chemical Works, Chicago.
WANTED-$5 per 1000 paid for distributing cir
culars; good men wanted to work for us; we
pay cash; have nothing to sell; inclose stamp
and give references. Mutual Advertising As
sociation, Chicago. 111.
WANTED ABLE-BODIED MEN; OF GOOD
character, between 21 and 30 years of age, for
Fourteenth U. S. Infantry. For Information
apply at recruiting office. Third and Stark sts.
SALESMEN SALARY OR COMMISSION. TO
introduce our goods to the trade; permanent
position; staple line: pleasant work. Address,
with stamp. King Mfg. Co., D 20. Chicago.
SALESMEN WANTED-55 A DAY; NO DC
liveries or collections: costly outfit free; side
line or exclusive. Address Manufacturers, 3911
Market st.. Philadelphia, Pa.
WANTED 200 MEN TO UNLOAD SCHOON
ers; best beer on tha coast: 2c per schooner.
New York Barrel House. 23 North Third st.
Wanted Men in every county to act as private
detectives under instructions; particulars free.
National Detective Bureau, Indianapolis, Ind.
A few persons in each place to do writing: send
stamp for 150-page book of particulars. J.
Woodbury, 127 W. 42d St., New York city.
ADDRESSES of your neighbors wanted: $10 per
thousand cash paid plain writers; inclose st'p.
Address Bureau, 100 W. 27th St., N. Y.
TO TAILORS COATMAKER WANTED;
John Pohl preferred: has worked for me be
fore. John Davis, Eugene, Or.
LADY BOOKKEEPER WANTED, WHO IS
thoroughly competent to take f nil charge'of a
set ofr,deuble-entry books. Address, stitfng
former. xperiencei and references. Hardware,
BOOKKEEPING A THOROUGH AND PRAC
lical course taught afternoons and evenings
by an experienced accountant. A. O. U. W.
HOUSEWORK YOUNG GERMAN OR SWED
ish girl, for general work: must understand
cooking. 2S4 Main, cor. Fourth.
HOUSEWORK GIRL FOR WORK.2GS CROS
by st., one block from east end of steel
bridge. Call this morning.
LADIES OR GENTLEMEN-ON SALARY OR
commission, for a necessity. Inquire room 8
YOUNG LADIES TWO. TO WORK ILLU
sions; good salary. Apply Museum, cor. Third
and Ash sts.
WANTED LADY PARTNER. WITH $300. IN
manufacturing business. Address R aj), care
SCHOOLGIRL TO WORK FOR HER BOARD,
for a family of four. 472 Jefferson st.
SITU ATIOSS iWAXTED-MAtK.
Bookkeepers nnd Clerks.
SITUATION WANTED BY EXPERIENCED
bookkeeper; would act as assistant: also un
derstands shipping well; good writer; refer
ences. A 40, care Oregonian.
SITUATION WANTED BY A SMART YOUNG
man, IS years old; would prefer a position in
a store; can give good references. Address
J 41, care Oregonian.
WANTED BY COMPETENT BOOKKEEPER
A small set of books to post and balance;
reliable references given. P 40, care Orego
nian. SITUATION WANTED BY A FIRST-CLASS
druggist; speaks German and English fluently;
best of references. Address U 40, care Orego
SITUATION WANTED BY YOUNG MAR
ried man, of large acquaintance with business
men of Portland and merchants throughout
the Northwest: guarantees employers to earn
his salary, or won't take the Job. Box 5)0, city.
SITUATION WANTED BY A JAPANESE, AS
cook and to do housework. S. XT., P. O. box
SITUATIONS WAXTED FE3IALE.
SITUATION WANTED BY GOOD SEAM
stress, as housekeeper for a gentleman with
children. Call at 320 Second st. No objec
tion to leaving the city.
SITUATION WANTED AS HOUSEKEEPER.
Call 314 Fourth at.
SITUATION WANTED BY AN ENGLISH
girl, to do second work and sewing or general
housework. 709 Davis, near 22d.
SITUATION WANTED-BY REFINED YOUNG
lady, to work for board and room. Address
B 42. care Oregonian.
SIN GIRLS WANT WORK. 421 EAST COUCH
Stenojrrnphers nnd Typewriters.
SITUATION WANTED AS STENOGRAPHER
and typewriter; four years" experience with
railro&d and manufacturing companies in the
East: familiar with general office work; good
references. Address B 40, care Oregonian.
SITUATION WANTEDBY EXPERIENCED
frtenofq-apher; best of city references: salary
no object: can furnish machine. D 47, care
FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKER. LATE OP
San Francisco, wishes engagements; lit guar
anteed; price reasonable. Call evenings. Mrs.
St. Clair, Portsmouth, room 24.
ANEAT -SEAMSTRESS WILL REPAIR AND
mend ladies' and gentlemen's clothes cheap;
infants' wardrobe a, specialty. Seamstress!
A FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKER. ELEGANT
designer and litter, will sew by day in fam
ilies. Call or address 301 Alder, northwest
SITUATIONS WANTED BY WAITRESS AND
seamstress, experienced. At home from 12 to
4 etery day- Call at 305 Seventh st.
SITUATION WANTED-BY YOUNG LADY,
with thorough knowledge of kindergarten and
normal methods, as governess in widower's
family, where servant is kept. Address M 3SJ.
WANTED INDEXLNG TO DO. CATALOGUE
or legal; satisfaction guaranteed at lowest pos
sbl terms; references given. Address S 40.
REFECED YOUNG LADT WISHES TO AS
slst family going East, or as companion. Ad
dress T 40, care Oregonian.
LADIES WHO ENJOY BEING READ TO CAN
secure a competent lady reader by addressing
R 40. care Oregonian.
WHY DO PEOPLE COMPLAIN OF HARD
times, when any woman or man can make
from S3 to $10 a day easily? All have heard
of the wonderful success of the Climax Dish
washer, yet many are apt to think they can't
make money selling it; but any one can make
money, because every family wants one. One
agent has made 478 3G in the Jast 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.. 45 Starr ave.,
Columbus. Ohio, for particulars.
BOTH SEXES IK OREGON AND WASHING
ton. for Professor Rice's self-teaching charts
for piano, organ, guitar and violin; a child
can learn accompaniments fa a few hours.
Address Western Agency Co., box 399, Port
AGENTS Dr. Berger's Corn File; everybody
buys it; the only instrument that removes
corns, warts, bunions, etc, safely without
pain; send for 111. circulars and terms. Berger
Mfg. Co., 140 Franklin st., Chicago, III.
WANTED LADY AGENTS. TO SELL THE
best-wearing and best-selling corset on earth
the Hygeia. For all particulars write the
Western Corset Co., St. Louis, Mo.
LADY AGENTS RUBBER VNDERGAR
ment; quick sales: h!g profits: catalogue free.
Mrs. N. B. Little Mfg. Co.. Chicago. 111.
LADIES OR GENTLEMEN' WHO WANT TO
sell goods as agents through the country, ad
dress box 2115, station A, Portland. Or.
WANTED TO RENT BY A RESPONSIBLE
party, 5 or G-room cottage, on East Side, near
Bumside st- preferred; give full particulars.
Address G. C. N., care Orsgonlan.
MAN AND WIFE WANT FURNISHED
room, with alcove preferred: must be cheap.
Address K 40, care Oregonian
WANTED TO RENT PIANO, WITH Possi
bility of purchase. Address 127 Grand ave.,
WANTED BIISCELLAJfE PUS.
WANTED-TO BUY A SMALL. WELL-IM-proved
ranch, with spring or running stream,
not over 3 miles from a railroad and within 30
miles of Portland; must be a bargain; state
lowest cash price and full particulars. H 40,
CASH PAID FOR SECOND-HAND BOILERS,
steam engines, pumps, dynamos, motors and
electrical appliances of all kinds. General
Machinery Co., foot of Morrison st.
WANTED 2 FLOOR SHOWCASES. ABOUT
3 feet 6 inches high. 2 feet 5 Inches wide, 8
feet long; cherry finish preferred; good condi
tion. Box 453, Chehalis, Wash.
TO PURCHASE SECOND-HAND TYPEWRI
ter, Densmore or Smith Premier; must be in
first-class order and cheap. Address Type
writer, care Oregonian.
WILL BUY BOOK ACCOUNTS AGAINST THE
firm of Loewenberg Bros.; state amount and
net cash price expected. Address M. Kline,
P. O. box SS0.
WANTED A GOOD FIRE AND BURGLAR
proof safe; must be a good one: give descrip
tion and make. Lock box 172, Eugene, Or.
TO BORROW $2500. FOR 3 YEARS. ON GOOD
farm, worth $11,000; principals only need ap
ply. DeLashmutt & Son. tKO Stark st.
WANTED FOR CASH HOUSEHOLD
niture, carpets, eta. to any amount.
354 Alder st. Geo. Baker & Co.
Apply REMINGTON TYPEWRITER, IN GOOD CON
dltion, for two months. Answer immediately,
394 Harrison st.
I WANT A SMALL COUNTRY STORE, Do
ing a fair business. Address E 39, care Ore
gonian. Household furniture, carpets, cast-off clothing,
etc, bought. Loeffler & Cohn. 2(13 Front.
AT THE NEWCASTLE, COR- THIRD AND
Harrison sts. Rooms, furnished or unfur
nished; steam. gas.'-'Sot baths, free telephone,
dining-room; referme8.'-J. D. Hart and C. C:
' Newcastle, owners. ilrstCoovert, manager.
AT THE PORTSMOUTH. 'COR. PARK AND
Alder; very central Nicely furnished, clean,
homelike rooms: baths, parlor, office, tele
phone; furnished housekeeping- rooms.
SUNSET HOUSE, 01 SEVENTH ST., COR.
Flanders Suites, housekeeping rooms, below
zero; parlor, bath, every convenience; home
like; board if desired.
THE RICHMOND. 353 YAMHILL. CORNER
Park Rooms from $0 up; also housekeeping
rooms; all newly furnished; free baths and all
NO REASONABLE OFFER WILL BE RE
fured for either single, suites or housekeep
ing rooms, at the New Plaza, 207 Third 3t.
AT THE GOODNOUGH BUILDING, FOURTH
floor Furnished rooms, single or en suite;
steam heat, gas, bath and elevator service.
MORRISON ST.. ZSm. TWO BLOCKS ABOVE
Portland hotel Neatly furnished, homelike
rooms; rent reasonable; board If desired.
THE GOODNOUGH. FIFTH FLOOR FUR
nlshcd rooms, en suite or single; steam heat,
bath and elevator service; gentlemen only.
TAYLOR ST., 411. BETWEEN 10TH AND
11th Double parlors, with housekeeping priv
ileges if desired; modern conveniences.
SUNSET LODGING-HOUSE COMPLETELY
furnished, for rent for two months, till owner
returns. 81 Seventh, cor. Flanders st.
THE SOUTHERN. FIRST AND SHERIDAN
Furnished suites, $7 per month; single rooms,
$4; also nice rooms for housekeeping.
SEVENTH ST.. ISO NICELY FURNISHED
rooms, near Portland hotel; very desirable;
fire, bath, etc.; from 3 up.
ELEVENTH ST., 212. NEAR SALMON NICE
ly furnished front alcove, bay-window room;
gas, bath, furnace heat.
WEST PARK ST.. 321 FINE PARTLY FUR
nlshed suite. 408 Main Elegant rooms, fur
nished or unfurnished.
MAIN ST.. 2S4. OPPOSITE PARK HAND
t .comely furnished parlors, single or en suite;
eunny and cheerful.
ELEVENTH ST.. 233. COR. MAIN GENTLE
men will llnd pleasant rooms, well heated, gas,
bath; ?5 to S.
SEVENTH ST.. 72. NEAR OAK LARGE
front room, suitable for two; bath; housekeep
ing if desired.
NORTH TENTH ST.. U3, BET. E AND F
Nicely furnished rooms, with use of bath, in
a quiet home.
YAMHILL ST.. 2S1. ABOVE HAT STORE
Neat, quiet, furnished rooms.
SUITES AND SINGLE ROOMS, reasonable;
housekeeping. 206$ 1st. Farmers' & Mechan.
FOR RENT 1S9 4th st. Furnished and unfur
nished rooms, suitable for dressmaking.
SIXTH ST., UiVs-TWO NEAT. PLEASANT
furnished rooms, $4 per month each.
WASHINGTON ST.. 313. THE LAFAYETTE
Rooms. $1 50 per week and up.
PARK -ST.. 90, NEAR STARK NEWLY FUR
nlshed room, in private family.
TENTH ST.. 1C6 NICELY FURNISHED
rooms: furnace heat. gas. bath.
Rooms 'With Doard.
PARTIES DESIRING BOARD AND ROOM IN
private family, where they can enjoy the com
forts of a modern home, with fine surround
ings, bath and piano, can have same at a
very reasonable price by addressing Y 39, care
FLANDERS ST.. 510 PORTLAND WOMEN'S
Union boarding-house, for young women:
terms, including 10 pieces ot washing, $3 to
$7 per week, according to room.
PARTIES DESIRING CHEERFUL HOME IN
private family, bath and piano, can hae
same for $27 per month. Address N 40, care
ALDER ST., 474 NEWLY FURNISHED
rooms, in private family, with or without
board, very reasonable.
THIRD ST.. 107. BETWEEN WASHINGTON
and Stark Nicely furnished rooms, with or
TAYLOR ST.. 490 ROOMS AND BOARD,
with all the comforts of home; references ex
changed. AT THE STERLING. 535 COUCH. COR. ICTH
Large rooms, en suite or single, with table
TAYLOR ST.. 351 NICELY FURNISHED
rooms, with gas. batn an good board, at low
FOURTEENTH ST.. 2C0. COR. JEFFERSON
Two furnished suites, first floor, with board.
ELEVENTH ST.. 1C3. COR. MORRISON DE
sirable rooms, with board; references required.
THE WILLIS. 3S1 YAMHILL. COR. WEST
Park Lovely suites and single rooms.
WESTPARK. 91. N. W. COR. STARK GOOD
room and board, for two, $40.
FIRST ST., 233-HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS:
front suites, completely furnished. $2; also
rooms. $1 upward per week.
FOR RENT SECOND STORY. CONSISTING
of 14 rooms, cor. 15th and Gllsan. Inquire at
Portland hotel barber shop.
TWELFTH ST.. 1S7 LOWER FLOOR OF 4
rooms, furnished complete, for housekeeping;
also desirable rooms.
PARK ST., 51. NORTH FURNISHED ROOMS
for housekeeping: good location; private fam
ily; rent reasonable.
FIRST AND COLUMBLV ST3.-SUITES, FUR
nlshed for housekeeping, only ?2 per week, at
the St. George.
TWELFTH ST., 235. COR. MAIN 2 PLEAS
ant furnished rooms, for housekeeping; rea
EAST ANKENY ST..4CC. BETWEEN EIGHTH
and Ninth Two or three furnished housekeep
JEFFERSON ST., 294 FURNISHED HOUSE
keeplng rooms, en suite or single; on first
SIXTH ST., 247 FURNISHED AND UNFUR
nlshed rooms, for housekeeping; rent reason
able. TWELFTH ST., 170-ROOMS, EN SUITE OR
single, with furnished kitchen, for housekeep
ing. FIRST. 372NEWLY FURNISHED OR UN
furnished rooms, for housekeeping; also rooms.
SIXTH ST.. 253. COR. MADISON HOUSE
keeping rooms; all conveniences; best location.
JEFFERSON ST., 40S-NICELY FURNISHED
front alcove rooms, suitable for housekeeping.
BURNSIDE ST42l7cOR7f0TH WELL-F UR
nlshed rooms, with housekeeping privileges.
FOURTEENTH ST.. 32S-3 OR 4 ROOMS, FOR
housekeeping; convenient and cheap.
WASHINGTON ST.. 475, COR. 14TH FUR
nished housekeeping rooms.
EAST NINTH ST., 290-FIVE FURNISHED
rooms, for housekeeping.
FOR RENT 270 MONTGOMERY ST. A FUR
nlshcd house of 7 rooms, with bath and base
ment, cheap; basement rented; tenants will
remain, if desired, and the furniture, includ
ing one good Singer sewing machine, for sale;
price $275: a bargain.
FOR RENT STYLISH G-ROOM COTTAGE
and bath. West Side, $12 per month, ltoom f
A. O. U. W. building. Second and Taylor sts.
FCR RENT NEW 7-ROOMED 'lOUSE, ALL
modern Improvements, with or without car
pets and range. Apply 235 First st.
THIRD ST. FLATS OF 4. S. 7 OR 15 ROOMS;
opposite plaza. M. C Lyon, 124 First, or H.
Ackerman, 249 Washington st.
FOR RENT HOUSE 3 ROOMS, CLOSET
and pantry: water free; $5. Clinton & Mc
Coy. 234 Morrison.
FOR RENT A MODERN 7-ROOM HOUSE. 243
Fifth st. Inquire H. M. Cake, 210 Chamber
FOR RENT C-ROOMED HOUSE, 214 11TII
st.; all modern Improvements. Inquire 409
FOR RENT HOUSE, S3 11TH. 8 ROOMS,
laige yard. R. L. Glisan. 420 Chamber ot
FOR RENT HOUSES AND STORES IN ALL
parts of city. Henry Ackerman, 213 Wash
FOR RENT 5-ROOM HOUSE. 571 SEVENTH,
and 5-room house, 349 Grant. Inquire at 360
FOR RENT 5-ROOM HOUSE. 334 LINCOLN:
6-room house. S58 Lincoln. Inquire 360 Grant.
FOR RENT 5 LOVELY- ROOMS. ALL MOD
ern Improvements. 4S7 Davis St., near 14th.
FOR RENT S-ROOM HOUSE. 771 HOYT ST.,
near 23d. Apply at 40 Second St., cor. Ash.
FOR RENT FLAT OF C ROOMS. ON FIRST
floor, hot and cold water. 13. 3GG First.
FOR RENT FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE, $10 CO;
Burnside, between Fifth and Sixth.
IIouhc for Rent, Furniture for Sale.
HOUSE FOR RENT AND NEW FURNITURE
for sale; have to leave town on business. Call
from now to Wednesday night, 12S North ICth
FOR RENT THE STORE SITUATED AT NO.
249 Morrison St., between Second and Third;
will be for rent from Feb. 1. 1SU3. For fur
ther particulars inquire of Flclschner, Mayer
& Co., 25 Front st.
FIRST ST-.'NEXT FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
and Salmon, near Third. Inquire M. C. Lyon,
124 First, or II. Ackerman, 249 Washington st.
FOR RENT STORES 47 FIRST ST. AND 46
Second St.; 25x200. R. L. Gllsan, 420 Cham
mer of Commerce.
GEORGE, GREGORY & DUSIWAV,
M. C. George. W. M. Gregory. R. R. Duniway,
Chamber of Commerce, Portland, Or.
A. C. Emmons. W. S. Smith. R. W. Emmons.
EMMONS, SMITH & EMMONS,
Portland, Or. Seattle, Wash.
J. S. WINCHESTER, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
44 Sherlock bldg, Portland, Or. Notary Public
Chiropodist and Mnnlcnrcs.
MRS. DR. ADAMS. CHIROPODIST, MANI
cure and pedicure parlors, Raleigh building.
Sixth and Washington sts.
ENGINEERING SCHOOL Civil, electrical,
mining mach'n, survey, assay, architect: est.
1SG1. A. Vander Nalllen, 723 Market, San Fr.
PRACTICAL ENGINEERING SCHOOL, 205
Goodnough bldg., Portland, Or.; day, evening.
SEWING SCHOOL EVERY AFTERNOON.
103 East 20th.
PARIS HAIR STORE REMOVED FROM 5TH
and Alder to 30S Washington, bet. 5th and Cth.
ESPECIAL-SOUTHERN LADY GIVES MAG
netlc massage, with hot and cold baths; re
freshing and restful; gentlemen's patronage
requested. Room 81, new Dekum building,
cor. Third and Washington.
Mediums and Clairvoyants.
REMOVED MRS. WALLACE. ICT1 FIRST
street, the wonderful clairvoyant and life
reader; consult her; she will tell you all about
your absent friends, business affairs, love and
family troubles; restores lost love by sym
pathy; she has no equal. Progressive circles
Tuesday and Friday evenings, 7:30 o'clock.
MRS. L. F. PRIOR, TRANCE AND Busi
ness medium, of San Francisco, will be in
the city for a short time; consultations dally;
hours, 9 A. 31. to 0 P. M. Parlor 24. No.
21 1H 1st st.
MRS. NELSON READS HEADS AND HANDS,
tells past, present and future. Room C The
Templeton. 200 First st., cor. Taylor.
MRS. A. J. SMITH, MEDIUM AND MAG
netic healer; vapor baths. 225', First st.
GYPSY QUEEN FORTUNE - TELLER LA
dles, 50c; gentlemen, $1. 207 Salmon st.
MRS. FRANK WEBSTER 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.
MRS. ADDIE R. SMITH, TEST MEDIUM.
181 First st., parlor 22.
LOST AXD FOPA'p.
LOST GOLD WATCH-CHARM. WITH A. O.
U. W. emblem and Initials, "S. H. II.," on
one side: locket, with lady's picture, on other.
Return to Habighorst & Co., 131 Front St.,
and receive reward.
$10 REWARD I WILL GIVE A REWARD
cf 510 for the arrest and conviction of any
person caught stealing the Daily or Sunday
Oregonian south of Alder st. South Route
LOST MAP OF PABK ADDITION TO ORE
gon City, between 393 Salmon and Montgom
ery St., cor. 11th or cor. West Park. Reward
if returned to above number.
LOST NEARLY BLACK CAMEO SLEEVE
button setting; with imprint of lady's face.
Finder return to St. Charles hotel, and re
FOUND A PART MASTIFF BITCH. OWN
cr can have same by calling at 591 Hood st.
THE EORGETaWRENCE CO. WHOLE
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.
WANTED ALL USERS OF LEATHER BELT
ing to know that they can have their old belts
repaired and made as good as new. at the
Portland Belt Shop. A stock of first-class
water - proof ed belting constantly on hand.
Agents for the Cocheco Lace Leather. C. A.
& W. L. Bryant. 27 North First st., near
Francis Bros. Brass castings and finished work
made to order; blacksmithing. and machinery
rtpaired. 2S2 East Water st. Telephone 5005.
BEDROCK GROCERY CO.. 10TH AND EV
erett sts., sells 20 pounds granulated sugar for
$1; ham. 10c: eggs. 25c: lard. Sc: flour. 55e;
3 cans corn. 25c: M. and M. tea. 15c; S bars
soap. 25c; 0 pounds raisins, 25c; syrup, 3lte
per gal. Country orders solicited.
PACIFIC IRON WORKS HEINTZ & CO..
cor. 2d and D sts.. manufacturers' machine
blacksmith and foundry wks. building fronts.
INVENTIONS QUICKLY PATENTED AND
sold; expert service; lowest charges; highest
Portland ref.: handbooks free. Edgar Tate &
Co., Attorneys. 245 Broadway, New York.
E. F. Shaffer & Co., felt, composition and gravel
roofing; dealers in all kinds of roofing ma
terial, sheathing, felts, etc 1S9 Madison st.
PORTLAND ASPHALTUM CO.. GRAVEL
and asphalt roofers, repairing promptly at
tended to. Telephone 4G1.
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING THE REGU
lar annual meeting of the stockholders of the
Northwest Fire & Marine Insurance Company
will be held Wednesday, January 1C. 1S93. at
the Chamber of Commerce building, room No.
024, Portland. Oregon, at 10:30 A. M., for tha
purpose of electing a board cf directors for
the ensuing year, and the transaction of such
other business as may properly come before
the meeting. H. M. GRANT. Sec
NOTICE THE ANNUAL STOCKHOLDERS'
meeting of the Chamber of Commerce of
Portland. Or., will be held on the evening of
January 14, In the chamber hall, for the pur
pose of electing directors tor the ensuing year
and the transaction of such other business as
may legally come before the meeting. Order
will be called immediately on conclusion of
the regular monthly meeting, which will con
vene at 7:30 P. M. Frank Motter, Sec.
STOCKHOLDERS MEETING THE ANNUAL
meeting of the stockholders of the Portland
Industrial Exposition will be held in the la
dies parlor. Exposition building. Tuesday
evening. January 15, 1SD3, at 7:30 o'clock, for
the election of nine directors and the transac
tion of any other legal business. E. W. Allen,
Jesse Waddell, successor to Berger & Waddcll.
sign and ornamental painter. 231 Second st.
Tel. 579. Mr. Berger has retired from business.
STORAGE OF ANY DESCRIPTION CAN BE
, had reasonably at Pacific dock. Nos. 22(5 and
228 Front st. Advances made W desired.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN THE MULT
nomah Wood and Coal Yard, carried on by
Garner & Carswell, at the foot of East Oak
st., Portland, has this day been sold to H. E.
McDaniel, who assumes all liabilities and col
lects all accounts due &ald firm.
W. J. GARNER,
A. It. CARSWELL.
HERY E. McDANIEL.
December 2S. 1S04.
Witnesses: A. M. Crawford, J. S. Garner.
UMBRELLAS MADE, repaired and recovered.
Meredith. 1GS 3d, near Morrison. No agents.
Money to Loan.
MONEY TO LOAN LONG OR SHORT-TIME
personal security: also mortgages. David S.
Stearns, 24G Washington st.
MONEY TO LOAN ON SHORT TIME ON ALL
kinds of security. Call on the Pacific Loan &
Trust Co., rooni3 30 and 37 Sherlock building.
Third and Oak sts.
BONDS AND WARRANTS OF OREGON.
Washington and Idaho bought and sold.
Cruthers & Morris, 303 Chamber of Com.
MONEY LOANED ON FURNITURE, FIANOS.f
salaries, real estate, or any good securities;
warranto or time-checks "botighf; easy terms.
F. W. Graves, -814-15-10 'Chamber Commerce.
Money for short dates, on approved Kecurlty;
notes and mortgages discounted: long-time
loans negotiated. M. Walton, 711 Cham ot C.
IMMEDIATE LOANS ON CHATTELS, REAL
estate and other securities; warrants bought.
Dae A. Epsteyn, CIS Chamber of Commerce.
MONEY LOANED: certificates of the Oregon,
Northwest and Portland banks bought; war
rants cashed. Koreff, 8 Chamber of Com.
MONEY TO LOAN $2500 ON CITY PROP
erty, We3t Side, for two or three years. De
Lashmutt & Son, 200 Stark st.
MONEY TO LOAN-ON CHATTELS OR ANY
satisfactory security. C. W. Pallett, 43 Mc
$20 TO $500 TO LOAN ON FURNITURE OR
good collateral. H. Mann & Co., room Ct The
THIRTY AND NINETY-DAY LOANS; SUMS
to suit. W. H. Nunn, room 11 AVashlngton
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT; NOTES
and mortgages bought. R. I. Eckerson & Co.,
room 10, Washington building.
53000 TO LOAN ON WEST SIDE CENTRAL
. property for from one to five years. De
Lashmutt &. Son, 209 Stark st.
LIFE INSURANCE POLICIES PURCHASED
at highest prices. Address C. E. Warrens, 313
Chamber of Commerce.
MONEY TO LOAN ON CHATTELS OR ANY
good security. M. A. Zellg, 515 Cham, of Com.
300 TO ?4000 ON CITY PROPERTY. S AND
10 per cent, F. W. Torgler. 4 Sherlock bldg.
300 TO LOAN. INQUIRE ROOM 729 CILVM
ber of Commerce.
MONEY TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS,
personal security or good collaterals. S. -W.
ICING, formerly of Olds & King, room 45
Washington building, S. E. cor. 4th and Wash.
WANTED PARTY WITH ?3000 CASH TO
put into merchandise and take charge of Snn
Francisco branch business and handle the Pa
cific coast business and Western export trade,
for old-established manufacturing house; best
references required; give business experience;
salary 150 a month to begin with, in addi
tion to part of profits. Address Frisco, care
Chas. H. Fuller'3 Advertising Agency, Chi
AN INFLUENTIAL MAN CAN REALIZE
$500 and permanent income as manager by
organizing a company in Portland, for Ore
gon, for a business well established in other
cities, and owned by prominent men; will pay
good profits and bear the closest investigation.
Address The American Eucrasy Company, 423
to 425 Society for Savings building, Cle eland,
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.
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. This 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 3S, care Oregonian.
FOR SALE CLEAN STOCK OF HARDWARE,
in one of the oldest and most prosperous towns
In Willamette valley; no opposition. For par
ticulars inquire Corbett, Failing &. Robertson,
SS and 90 Front st.
FOR SALE A GOOD-PAYING HARDWARE
business in one of the best towns in the Wil
lamette valley. Address Hardware, care Ore
gonian. WILL TRADE A GOOD-PAYING BUSINESS,
invoicing $1700, In good location; 500 cash,
balance real estate. Address U 39, care Ore
gonian. ONE OF THE BEST RESTAURANTS IN
Portland for sale at a bargain, or trade for
good real estate. Address Q 30, care Orego
nian. FOR SALE A MEAT MARKET. WELL
equipped, in central portion of city, at a sac
rifice. Address J 40. care Oregonian.
GROCERY BUSINESS FOR SALE OLD-E3-tablished
3tand; good reason for selling. Ad
dress T 41. care Oregonian.
ACCTIOX AXD COMMISSION.
A. B. RICHARDSON-
Office. 246 Washington st.. bet. 2d and -3d.
Residence at the cor. o Fifth and Colleee sts.
F0Tt ALL POIXTS EAST.
LBTK J PErOT F1T3 133 1 ST1 1EKIT3
The Past Mail, vial
eos City, or via Srpo- I
Icftno. Minneapolis I
nnd St. Paul with
through tervioa to
For Pendleton. La'
Grande, Baker City.
3:00 A. It
ana n nun, xjny- i
ton. Colfax, Pull- f
mnn. Moscow and
! Idaho rnininpoints.
Local Mixed Train
for Hood Hirer. Tha
Dalles nnd Intarme- (
diato stations. J
Through Pullman Sleepers, Tourist Sleepers
and Reclining - Chair Cars aro attached to
OCEAX AXD RIVER SCHEDULES.
COLUMBIA RIVER ROUTE.
Two-boat service for Astoria and way points.
T. J. Potter leaves Portland 7 A. M.. except
Sunday; leaves Astoria 7 P. M.. except Sunday.
R, R. Thompson leaves Portland 8 P. M.. ex
cept Sunday: leaves Astoria 6:15 A. M.. except
On Saturday night the R. R. Thompson will
leave Portland at 10 o'clock.
WILLAMETTE RIVER ROUTE.
Steamers Mcdoc and W. M. Hoag. for Oregon
City. Salem. Independence. Albany. CorvalllJ
and way points, Sundays. Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Saturdays, at 0 A. M. Return from Salem
the following days at t! A. It,
YAMHILL RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer Salem, for Oregon City. ButtevlUc.
Champoeg. Dayton and way stations. Mondays.
Wednesdays and Fridays at 7 A, SI. Return
the following days.
SNAKE RrVER ROUTE.
Snake River closed temporarily.
Steamship State of California, for San Fran
Cisco, at S P. M.. January 13, 23.
Steamship Columbia, for San Francisco, at 3
P. M.. January S. IS, 23.
Steamships sail from San Francisco at 10 A
M. the day following departures from Portland,
Ocean steamers sail from Alnsworth dock.
All river ateamers depart from Ash-street
For all Information, rates, etc. call at city
ofllce, corner Washington and Third streets, or
address W. H. HURLBURT,
General Passenger Agent.
Receiver and General Manager.
World's Pictorial Liac
EAST AND SOUTHEAST.
EAST AND SOUTHEAST.
VIA .THE UNION PACIFIC SYSTEM.
VLV THE UNION FACIFIC 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. W. BAXTER. E. S. VAN KURAN,
Gen. Agent. City Pass. & T. Agt.
TRACK NO DUST
SHORT LINE EAST
Tha Great Northern owns and operates Its
entlra equipment. Its Palapa Sleeping Cars and
Family Tourist Sleepers, attached to O. R. s
N. trains, leave Portland every evening at 7:CO
Direct Route to Spokane, Kootenai country
riathead Valley. Montana points, St. PauL
Minneapolis. Chicago and East.
For tickets, printed matter and other infor
mation, apply to C. C. Donavan. General Agent.
111 Third st.. Portland, or address F. I. Whit
ney. G. P. & T. A.. St. Paul. Minn.
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Coolgardle Gold Ficld3 (Freemantle) Australia.
230, first-class; 125, steerage. Round th9
world, 310, 1st; $350, 2d. Lowest rates to Capa
Town. Steamer Arawa sails via Honolulu and
Auckland, 3 P. M., Jan. 12. Steamship Australia,
Honolulu only, 10 A. M.. Jan. 19, lb93. Cook's
parties to Honolulu. Jan. 19. Feb. 10, April 4;
reduced excursion rates. Ticket offlca. 134 First
st. Portland. Or. J. B. Klrklafld. TiWcet Agent.
J. D. Spreckels & Bros. Co., General Agent3.
13S Montgomery St., San Francisco. Send for
Round the AVorld folder.
GENTLEMAN OF 35 DESIRES THE Ac
quaintance of a refined young lady, with view
to matrimony and mutual happiness; must be
good-looking and of good character. This 13 a
rare chance for any young lady that desire3
the acquaintance of a refined gentleman. AH
letters answered in person if in city. Address
II 41, care Oregonian.
A GENTLEMAN OF MEANS WISHES TO
correspond with a lady not over 40, who has a
few hundred dollars that she would loan on
good real estate security: matrimony if suited;
no objection to widow; references exchanged.
O 40, care Oregonian.
REFINED WIDOW LADY, WITH UNINCUM
bered means, desires the acquaintance of a
"entleman from 45 to 55, with unincumbered
means, with home, in city, with view to mat
rimony and mutual happiness. Address T 39,
POSITIVELY PAINLESS OPERATIONS; ALL
work warranted; strictly cash; best set of
teeth. 7 50: extracting, 50c; filling, 50c up.
Open Sandas. Dr. Patton, Fourth and Wash
ington. Attention, ladies! "Emma" Buat Developer will
enlarge your bust 5 Inches; guaranteed: sealed
instructions 2c, or 21-page ill. catalogue 0c.
by mail. Emma Toilet Bazar, Boston. Mass.
REFINED WIDOW LADY, WITH PLEAS
ar.t home, desires the acquaintance of a gen
tleman of meanF. from 43 to 55. Address H
27, care Oregonian.
LADIES TRY'BEEMAN'S PENNYROYAL
and Tansy Pills; neer fail; always sure;
sealed, 1. Stevens & Gustavus. 59 State. Chgo.
WANTEDPARTNER. LADY OR GENTLE
man, with ?X00 cash, for money-making prop
osition. 25 Park st. north.
GENTLEMEN HAVING CAST-OFF CLOTH
lng to dispose of, address 231 Bnrnside st.
PUIS SEWING BY THE DAY, 50 CENTS.
Address P. O. box 496, city.
HERMAN METZGElC PURCHASER OF
hides, pelts, furs, wool and tallow, and gen
eral commission merchant. Front St., near
Main. Portland. Or. Liberal cash advanced
TAYLOR. YOUNG & CO.. SHIP BROKERS
and commission merchants. Overland Ware
house, cor. Fourth and D sts.
ALLEN & LEWIS. COMMISSION AND PROD
uce merchants. Front and D sts., Portland, Or.
Sutton & Beebe, commission, insurance, clipper
ships from New York; steel rails, pig iron.
H. E. BATON & CO.. COMMISSION MER
chants and produce dealers. 134 Front st.
J. O'CONNOR, GROCERIES AND COMMIS
SION cor. Front and Alder sts.
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