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About The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 10, 1895)
THE SU3TDA1T OBEGOZsTA POBTXAD, EEBEUJlKT 10, 1895.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
nineteen deeds, aggregating $S6.660. were filed
Tor record Saturday -Rita the county recorder,
W, F. Blood and wife t Oakland Home
Inf. Co., Iota 1. 2. blk 78, Carter's add. 5
Oakland Home Ins. Co. to Firemen's
Fund Ins. Co.. same.. . 5
L. A. Doud to A. Downing, lot IS. blk
IS. Columbia. Heights 253
J. L. Wells t C. Carlson, lots SO, SI, 32.
blk 4. Bralnard 1
E. J. Harris and husband to J. L. Wells,
same ... 1,200
F, 3. Brust and wife to J. C Havely,
, trustee, lot 3. blk 102. Woodstock 20
A- M. Howes et al. to D- TV. Bailey, par
cel land. Brighton Park add 4,293
Set-. Sav. & Trust Co. to B. Loewenberg,
lots 1. 2. 7. fe, blk 216. city 1
J Loewenbenr and wife to P. Selling et
aL. lots I. 2. 7, S. blk 218. city 7C.O00
C G. Smith et al. to E. W. Bingham.
part Terwilllgers D. L. C 1
II Carlson and wife to E. S. Cray, lots
1.2, Wk 21. Columbia Heights 275
Portland University Co. to H. C. Oralis.
lots 2D. 30. 31, 32. blk 168. University
Park Is. tr. 1.000
J S. Staub and wife to "First Congregu-
tional church, lot 13, S. lot 14, blk
29. Sunnyside 1,300
3, A. Logan and wife to It. R. Reed, Jr.,
lot 3. blk 25. Central Alblna S00
R. R. Reed. Jr.. to D. B. Mackie. same... 650
E, Reed to A. L. Tales, acre, sec 7,
1 S.. 1 E 150
M Merritt to C Traver, lots 14, 15, blk
26. Torumouth 300
F C. Haseltine to E. K. Haseltine, E. 20
feet lots 7. &. blk 00, city 1
S. Pearson to A. Pearson, part sec 23, 1
X., 1 E 1
Total ... ..
Titles Examined anil Insured.
Money to lend on improved city property.
The Title Guarantee & Trust Company,
Chamber of Commerce.
The Indian an n. CKIren.
It the Indian -who has taken lands in
severalty is citizen enough to buy liquor
when he pleases, and get drunk at his
own good -will, the eity fines for viola
tion of ordinance Xo. 12 will amount to
a considerable income during a year.
In 1S94 city officers arrested 56 Indians
In a state of intoxication, as the following
monthly record shows: January, 7; Feb
ruary, 0; March, 2; April. 0; May, 4; June,
2; July, 5; August, 4; September, 2; Oc
. tober. 3; November, 14; December 13. In
November Judge Bellinger handed down
a decision to the effect that the Indians
of this reservation had all the rights of
citizens. During that month and Decem
ber the number of arrests equaled half
the total number made throughout the
year, and in 1695 already 24 Indians have
been fined in violation of the city's or
dinance. BUSINESS ITEMS.
If BaTuy In Cutting Teetli,
Be sure to use that old and well-tried remedy,
Mrs. WlnsIoWs Soothing Syrup, for children
teething. It soothes the child, softens the
(rums, allays all pain, cures wind colic and
TO THB PUBLIC "The Oresronlan"
chorees for all meeting notices ot
whatever description. Calls for
meeting, general Invitations to
public Catherines, etc. come tinder
this head. Special rates, howerer.
Trill bo clven on meetlns notices of
certain character rrhen it Is an
nounced that bo 'Brlce of admission
rill he charted. "
O to 8 per cent.
C. E. BENN fc CO.. Concord Bide
'TO LOAN-REAL Es
tate security; improved
and unimproved city
and suburban proper-
t . 6 to S per cent. Carr & Goldsmith, 203
Morrison st., between Front and First.
LOANS ON LOWEST TERMS
Ample funds to loan at 0 to 10 per cent, on
choice and unimproved property and on first
class notes. F. V. Andrews & Co., 131 3d st.
r: qf5Ss:iNrvD. d. s. ,
Graduate of Penn. college, makes and 'fills
teeth; most approved systems; first-class ma
terials; will contract to make perfectly satisfac
tory work, or no charge; competitive prices.
Free consultations. First and Morrison, over
Stcinbach's. - .
S. L N. GILMAN
Regular Auction Salo of
Household Furniture, Tues
day, February 12,
At Vilesrooms, No. 40 First St., at 10 A. M.
Brussels and ingrain carpets, linoleum, oak
sideboard, extension tables, dining1 chairs, par
lor furniture, couches, willow chairs, cook
"tows, etc. ALSO On FRIDAY. FKP.. 13. at
salesrooms, full line of household furniture.
S. L. X. GILMAN, Auctioneer.
Proposals will be received until the 1st day of
March for the following logs: 1,500.000 feet of
epruee loss, known as mountain spruce, to be
cut since January I. 1S04; good sound, mer
chantable log, free from decay and coarse,
tough knots. Also 500.000 feet of hemlock logs,
ot the same character, to be barked. Delivery
of the above must be made before June 1. 1S93,
at Portland. Oregon. Terms, 30 and 00 days.
or 2 per cent oft for cash. Address Jullui Ord
way. 710 Chamber of Commerce. Portland. Or.
Wo are Instructed by the mortgagee to hold a
special auction at Central Auction Rooms,
cor. Alder and Park sts.. on TUESDAY NEXT,
FKB. 12. to foreclose chattel mortgage on two
-van-loads of household furniture, including a
Fischer upright piano and stool. 1 violin, parlor
Ml matble-top tables, oil paintings, portieres,
'all tree, sideboard, lap table, music rack.
n.ia'noi, hanging lumps, books, desk, wardrobe,
4 bed sets, bedding, carpets, crockery, kitchen
range and utensils, and wther effects.
Sale on Tuesday next at 10 o'clock.
GEO. BAKER & COI. Auctioneers!
ON THURSDRY NEXT
t Central Auction Rooms, ear AWer and Tark
ts.The excellent furniture, carpet, etc.. of
private residence, cor. Jefferson and Third, re
uioved on account uf landlord objecting to auc
tion at the itouse: handsome parlor suit of modern-style,
oak frame and silk tapestry cover
ings; center tables, cobbler-seat rockers, fine bed
lounge, oak hall tree, pretty hanging lamps,
handsome -white enameled easels, pictures, por
tieres, lace curtains, art square carpels, rugs,
small bookcase, oak extension table, set of high
back chairs. Brussels carpets, rockers, combi
nation folding bed. four oak and antique bed
sets, springs, mattresses, pillows, hall and stair
carpets, of best body Brussels: cook and heat
ing stoves, crockery, glassware, sliver caster,
llneoleum, kitchen requisites, and other effects,
all in flue condition. Sale at 10 o'clock.
GEO. BAKER & CO.. Auctioneers
OUR WANTS BOILED DOWN.
A purchar r for a drug store in northern end
of the city, doing a. good business.
A purchaser for that dairy farm near Port
land, on the Columbia river.
A purchaser for a piece of business property
so centrally located that to mention its locality
wouW set the real estate men all agog to know
what was up with the owner.
A few purchasers for those hundred-dollar
lots in City View Park addition, away this side
or Sellwood. on the Oregon City electric line.
A puivhUMr fr that five-acre tract for miles
southeast of th city. Tor $GW. at J130 per acre.
A purchaser fr those small tracts of oars in
Beaverton. at 5100 per acre.
A purchaser for a few of those fle-acre tracts
belonging to the Johnson estate, near ReedvUle.
la Washington countv.
DeLASHSllTT & SOX. 207-200 Stark eu
THREE DYS' AUCTION SALE
-" TO MuHuuien', tablets and headstones, and
C imported Italian marble etatues. at 720 Front
st eor. Hooker, opposite the Vailing school
South Portland. Or. This monumental work is
ail rtrictly itrst-ehw. and ranges in value, as
veuailr sW. from ?25 to ?'.od. All or the work
la open to view at any time, at the above place.
This continued sale offers a chance that sheuM
rot be overlooked by persons needing memorial
v.-rfc. You can se. IWore you buy. and feel
s re of having your purchase set up in season
able time. Ay ieoe bid off can be inscribed
and set up. or buxed ami delivered mi e.r.
team or taet. at Mce. Or. if ot quite ready
3 resell, work may remain a month r s aad
be delKered later, on notice. Term: 2S per
cent Rh on ttoy of igle. aad balance rash w
nt roved notes at time of delivery. Sale pewi--e.
rain r shine. reBttacBcing Feb. 18. at 2
o lo k P. 2!.. and will be reM at the same hour
c nd place far three eatecithre days, vte: Tuen.
da. Ve4mrdy and ThwJi-. Feb. 10. 20
and 21. S. L. N. GILiLVX. Auetleacer.
'PORTE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS ASSO
CIATION. Members will please .meet at Laue
Davls Drug Co.js store, cor. Third and Yam
hlll. at 1:30 P. M. today, to attend th funeral
of TV". A. Thomson. A. TV. ALLEN. Sec.
MILLER Feb. 9, to the wife of E. Miller, a.
THOMSON In this city, at Coed Samaritan
hospital. Feb. S. Wm. A. Thomson, born at
Framlngham. Mass.. June 16. 1S3S. Funeral
will take place today fSunday), Feb. 10.
at 2 P. M-. from Holman-'s undertaking par
lors. Fourth and YarahU! sts. Boston papers
EDWARD KOL3UX. undertaker and
embalmcr, -ith and Yn rah 111. Tel. 507.
FINLEY & REIGER. Undertakers and
Emlialmen, 143 Fifth. Tel. O.
SACRIFICE OF BUSINESS PROPERTY WE
have for sale three pieces of business proper
ty, located in center ot the city and en the
very best streets, that belongs to a party
whose health demands an Immediate change.
Xt it no longer & Question of making money,
cr of getting what the property is worth, but
It is a question of health, and hence we will
ell It at a great sacrtflee. Bet very Uttla
xrfeney la required down. The property is
rented, and will be sold separately or as a
whole. For cne piece we ask $3000
$3000 cash, balance in August. 1S98. For an
other we ask 510,000 $6000 cash, balance in
1808. For another we ask $33.000 $10,000
cash, balance in 1896. One of Portland's lead
ing brokers valued tho latter at SG0.000. when
the present loan ot $25,000 was obtained upon
it. a year or two -since. DeLashmutt & Son,
209 Stark st.
GROCERIES DROP ANT BAKING POWDER.
40c; Arm & Hammer soda, 5c: dried peaches.
7c; bacon. 9c: hams, 9c to 12ic; green Costa
Rica. 20c; roast Costa Rica. 22c; our 40c
Mocha and Jaa. 35c; string beans, TPc per
Uoz.; tomatoes. 90c per doz.; corn, 95c per
doz.; table apricots. 51 00 per doz.; 9 lbs.
rolled wheat, 25c: lbs. rolled oats. 25e: 10
lbs. buckwheat, 30c; 10 lbs. graham jour.
15c; sugar. 21 lbs., Jl: spider-leg- tei, 2Tc;
green Japan..25c; English breakfast. 25c; gun
powder, 25c O. W. TARR. 295 Fourth su
ETON IF EGGjJ ARE CHEAP. IT IS NO REA.
son why you should take bad, stale and mustv
stock. Wc sell 12 gooil eggs to tne dozen, ana
two dozen for 25c; fancy Oregon creamery
butter, 45c and 50c: Oregon dairy butter, from
20c to 35c per roll; New York full-cream
cheese, 15c per pound; Oregon Swiss, 15c
"VThen you want value in butter, eggs and
cheese, call at Palmer's Butter Store, 331
Washington St.. opposite Imperial hotel.' All
goods guaranteed as represented, and we make
our guarantee good.
A DROP OF 3c A ROLL ALL BEST MAKES
fall-weight Oregon creamery butter,. 50c; 45c
butter, 40c; 40c butter. 35c; 1000 rolls dairy
butter, 25c and 30c; ranch butter. 20c; Oregon
ranch eggs, 2 doz., 25c; new Milwaukle full
cream cheese. 2 lbs.. 25c We retail all goods at
wholesale prices. La Grande Creamery Co.,
204 Yamhill st., near Third.
WE HAVE SOME VERY DESIRABLE RESI
dence lots on Vaughn, between 21st and 231.
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 cne offering nicer quarter blocks
tor $2500. DeLasaxautt & Son. 2C9 Stark st.
TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS IN FIRST
mortgages on Eastern Oregon farms, to trade
or Portland property. They range all ths
way from $500 up. are drawing Interest, and
are all well secured. For particulars call on
or address DeLashmutt & Son. 209 Stark st.
SMALL FARM FOR 5600 25 ACRES. 22
miles from Portland and 5 miles from railroad
etatlon; house, shed, and 3 acres in cultiva
tion; balance easily cleared: horse, wagon. 2
cows. 2 heifers and plow. DeLashmutt & Son,
209 Stark st.
PARTIES WILLING TO GU'E BONUS IN
money or property to have an electric line on
First st. and io Beaverton. address A 8. care
Oregonlan, for 10 days, said bonus to be held
in trust until electric line is completed and
WE HAVE A CTSTOMER WHO WANTS TO
borrow $500 for 3 years, on a good corner lot.
with house, insured for $1000.inEastPortland.
Cress Bros.. The Dekum. room 45.
AUCTIONEER ONE WITH EXPERIENCE
and small amount of capital, to join advertiser
. in prontable, legitimate, business. Address T
50. .care Oregonlan.
"WANTED TO HEST-A 7 ORiS-ROOM HOUSE,-
with all modern conveniences. -Mn Rood, -loca-tlon.
D. B. Mackle, 7 Hamilton building.
BAY STATECOAL CO.. OFFICE S2Va THIRD
st.. offer all kinds coal at less prices than
others. Investigate and save money.
WALL PAPER. 10c PER DOUBLE ROLL, AT
SchoSeld & Morgan's. 182 Third st.
rf A T AXD WOOD DRY VERY BEST IN
"OUA.LI town, guaranteed. Brown & Hicks,
foot of Yamhill st. Phone 715.
1 A lfifi TO i-OAK ON IMPROVED CITY
Oi'M'UU property, at S per cent; no con
mission. Address U 4S, care Oregonlan.
mrV T f A XT SEVERAL SMALL RUMS.
JLU ljV7.n.n from $100 to $700. on city or
S. W. King, office 45 Wash-
J?H"R S A T T? HALF BLOCK. WITH
VJXli CAJLJU fine modern 2-story house.
In South Portland. $5000; $1500 cash, balance
on time at S per cent. E. R. Hlckson. 31- Sher
On . well-improved property.
W. H. Fear. 405
Chamber or commerce.
It Is the best and cleanest for domestic use.
Sold by all first-class city coal dealers. Ask
LADVERTIS1NG RATES IK CLASSiFiEO COLUMN
Tor Rent Roomi" ana Employ
ment Wanted," 1 cent a. word each
innertlom aniler ail other beadlnas,
2 ceata a vroril first insertion and 1
cent a rrord each, MUbueiiucnt Inser
tion. All rlaaidfled ndTerttftemcnts of
leas then fifteen irord connted and
charged as fifteen words: over fif
teen word, anythlnn lean than five
words counted and charged as bvo
THIRTEEN ACRE8. 11 MILES EAST OF
Portland, on Base Line road: 3 acres in cul-
tlvatlon; house and barn: price $350; must be
sola to settle up as estate. DeLashmutt &
Son, 209 Stark at.
BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE LOTS IN R1VER
slde. Highland Park.. Rosedale and vicinity,
at half price and easy terms. Call and inves
tigate. S. B. Rlggen & Co.. 63, Third St..
$3500 IN PORTLAND SAVINGS BANK CEU
tlncates will buy 100x100 on East Burnslde !;
high and sightly: street Improved. Charles
C Woodcock, room 4. S3i Third st.
ABOUT 25 TARMS IN YAMHILL COUNTY,
the garden spot of Oregon; all sizes, shapes
and prices. Come and take your pick. De
Lashmutt & Son. 209 Stark st.
WEST 1RVIXGTON LOTS AND J1LOCKS FOR
sale, in delightful tract; for sale on easy
terms. For particulars apply to A. G. Ryan.
395 Larrabee st.. city.
1 MUST RAISE MONEY I WILL SELL2 LOTS
Sn Alblna and one in Hyde Park ror one-hair
price; will show lots. Address Q 40, care
FOR SALE 50x100 FEET, ON 13TH ST..
near WasWngton. with modem residence; east
frontage; at low price. Inquire of owner, 129
FOR SALE OR RENT-COTTAGE AND TWO
lots; motor line; Mt. Tabor; low rent to care
taker. Address drawer 1'. San Luis ObUpo.
FOR SALE CHOICE QUARTER BLOCK. IN
HolUday's addition, one block from car line;
a bargain; no agonts. 3 50, care Oregonlan.
good 4-room house: will be soW at hair value.
Kckerson. 10 Washington buHdlng.
FOR SALE CLOVERDAIJS-5-ROOM HOUSE,
cor. lot. furnished or unfurnished, cheap: part
cash. B l. care Oregonlan.
XARGAIX-Q.UARTBR "BLOCK. 3 COTTAGES.
Rest 11th st.; car Woe. Call 2S Portland Sav
FIVE ACRES, NEAR MOUNT TABOR. AT A
bargain. S. B. Ittggen & C.. S8V5 Third st.,
FOR SALE OR TRADE 40 ACRES LAND. 6
miles from city. Inquire 2d7 Sixth St.. side
GENUINE BARGAINS IN LOTS. ACREAGE,
farms; 3c fare. O. R. Adaiten. Leafs, Or.
FOR SALE 160 ACRES? CEDAR TIMBER
Address H. P. C. 22, Washington st.
FOR. IlEXT K.VIl.IS.
SC1TEB FOR MILK ILYNai:TALLS FOR
40 wa; 4 miles west C Portland. Cajl s
premle for information; 4 miles a Csnyan
road, at Bush's ranch. D. E. Bush.
WE WOULD LIKE TO EXCHANGE A FARit
of ie acres, on the East Tlmpqua river.
Deogtas county. Oregon, for a house and lot
on the East Side. This farm has 33 acres, in
a high state or cultivation, and good build
ings; Is unencumbered, and valued at $2500.
Any offer must be free from encumbrance.
DeLashcxutt & Son. 203 Stark st.
7E HAVE A PARTY WHO WISHES TO Ex
change & nice cottage and 100 feet square,
valued at $1500. located in Toledo. Wash.,
for a home on Eat t Side, or for vacant lots,
and will assume small encumbrance, or pay
cash difference If necessary. For particulara
see DeLashmctt & Son. 209 Stark st.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR WEST SIDE
caty property IO acres. 4s miles from city
limits. West Side; large orchard, house, barn
and rcnnlng water: lays well to cut in acre
tracts, or suitable for gardening or dairy pur
poses. Apply 40S Columbia st.
TO TRADE 400 ACRES OF LAND. IN CO
lura county. California, with good saw mill
and outhouses, and 1.000.00U feet 0 logs ready
to saw; will trade for Oregon property. G. W.
Allen. 120 Third st.
WANTED TO TRADE 20 ACRES FOR FARM
In Oregon or city property; one mile from Red
Bluff. Cal.; 15 acres in 4-year-old fig trees;
good dryhouse and farmhouse. Call on G. W.
Allen. 12G 3d st.
WANTED TO TRADE BUSINESS PROP
erty in Iowa town for Portland property or
farm in Oregon. Address G. W. Allen, No.
126 3d st.
WANTED TO TRADE A NICE SUBURBAN
residence for good building material, brick
or lumber. Address G. W. Allen. No. 120
LAND FOR LAW AVALUABLE TIMBER
claim In Chehalls county. Wash., for a good
law library. Address U 49, care Oregonlan.
WHAT IIAVEYOU TO TRADE FOR A PAY
Ing hotel In a good country town? Scott &
Co., real estate and loans. Forest Grove. Or.
Los Angeles and Southern California property
for Oregon or Portland property. John Camp
bell, P. O. box 436. Los Angeles, CaL
WHAT HAVE YOU TO TRADE FOR LOT.
with modern 7-room house, on car line? In
quire 207 Sixth Et., side door.
TO EXCHANGE A BUSINESS LOT. ON
Williams ave., for house and lot, or acreage.
Call 325 Morrison st.
TO TRADE TWO LOTS IN MANSFIELD AD
dltion for upright piano. Addrefs Y 5, care
FINE XJOLD WATCH. OR LO" AT OCEAN
Park, for horse and wagon. Adi'rvss 211 Meade
SEVER. VL CHOICE FARMS TO TRADE FOR
oity pipperty. E. R. Hickson. Sherlock build-ins-
FOR SALE MISCELLA?TEOUS.
WHAT TITS TlAATD.vVRIOSBt'FF
Leghorns, very rare. $5; Buff Cochins. Black
Spanish. Houdans. What we want Two pre
mium Brown Leghorn Roosters: will pay $5
each: two extra large White Brahinas. Coun
try shorts and car of good wheat Just arrived.
John Vlnce, Varcouver Commission House.
131 Front st.
FOR SALE IMPERIAL BICYCLE. LATEST
model: weight 24 pounds: has not been used.
Inquire of F. M. Wells. 7, 8 and 9 Waldo
building, X. W. cor. Second and Washington.
ST. BERNARD PUPPIES FOR SALE ALL
stock eligible to registration In the A. IC. C
S. B.; prices $35 to $50. F. J. Carlyle, Walla
$2500 WILL BUY A WELL - EQUIPPPED
lodging-house of 30 rooms, on Third St., doing
a good business. DeLashmutt &. Son, 200
SECOND-HAND MACHINERY; DANA. AL
bee & Walker now occupy their new premises.
East Water St., cor. Taylor.
FOR SALE TWO NICE HORSES. CHEAP,
suitable for farm or city; medium weight;
stabled at 141 Gllsan st.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN NEW FURNI
ture of 5-room cottage; house for rent. Apply
mornings, 435 First st.
FOR SALE A WEBER UPRIGHT PIANO. AT
a bargain; nearly new. Address C 10, care
FINE FULL-BLOOD JERSEY COW. FOR
sale, or trade for cordnood. CS East 16th st.
BICYCLE LYNDHURST RACER. GOOD CON
dltion, $75. Seaquest, Bros., Sixth and Pine.
FOR SALE NEARLY NEW TOP BUGGY
and harness, $50. pill at Cook's livery barn.
PIANO FOR SALE OR RENT. INQUIRE 241
FOR RENT FARMS.
FOR RENT A FARM OF-20 ACRES. 3
miles from courthouse; 10 acres In cultivation;
good water and two houses and two barns;
price $20 per month. DeLashmutt & Son, 209
FOR RENT 120 ACRES. 3 MILES FROM
Portland; all In cultivation; good buildings;
would make a gocd dairy. DeLashmutt &
Son. 209 Stark at.
FARM TO RENT OF SO ACRES. IC IN CUL
tivation; buildings, orchard, running water.
054 Clinton St.. cor. 18th. F. M. Dunn.
MEN AND WOMEN TO WORK AT HOME;
you can earn big money in painting crayon
portraits In spare time, day or evening, by my
new patented method; any cne can do the
work. Send your address. I send particulars
free. H. A. Gripp. German Artist, Tyrone. Pa.
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:
wllh particulars concerning yourself, U. S.
Chemical Works, Chicago.
MEN AND WOMEN TO WORK AT HOME.
I pay $8 to $10 per week for making crayon
-portraits; new. patented method: any one who
can read or write can do the work at home.
In spare time, day or evening. Send for par
ticulars itnd work at Tnce. II. A. Gripp, Ger
man Artist. Tyroni. Pa.
WANTED ABLE-BODIED MEN: OF GOOD
character; between 21 and 30 years ot age, for
Fourteenth U. S. Infantry. For Information
apply at recruiting offlce. Third and Stark sts.
SALESMEN Salary or commission, to Intro
duce our goods to the trade; permanent posi
tion; staple line; pleasant work. Address,
with stamp. King Mfg. Co.. D 20, Chicago.
GOOD SALESMEN TO SELL .ADVERTISING
fans and novelties on commission, direct from
manufacturer: can make $5u per week. Rich
mond Lithographing Co.. Buffalo, N. Y.
BOOKKEEPING A THOROUGH AND PRAC
tical course taught afternoons and evenings
by vt experienced accountant. A. O. U. W.
WANTED 200 MEN TO UNLOAD SCHOON
ers; best beer on the coast; 2Vic per schooner;
.New York Barrel House, 25 North Third st.
Wanted Men In every county to act a? private
detectives under Instructions: particulars free;
National Detective Bureau, Indianapolis, Ind.
MERCHANT TAILOR CITTER MCSt"XlSO
be a coatmaker. Inauire at the Hardraan
Stores, C9 and 71 Third st.
WANTED A YOUTH TO LEARN ARCHI
tecture; no wages first 12 months. Address
K 1, care Oregonlan.
HELP WASTED FEMALE.
A YOUNG OP. MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN. TO
assist owner, a, lady, on a poultry and fruit
ranch, for home and share of profits of busi
ness. Address W 4. care Oregonlan.
HOUSEWORK NEAT GIRL. WHO UNDER
stands plain cooking, for general work In a
small lamlly; references. Call before 10 A. M.
or after 2 P. M.. M0 Hoyt st.
LADY AGENTS FOR THE QUICKEST-SELL-ing
article ever introduced, city or country:
exclusive territory. 207 Third st,. room 4.
LADY TO WORK FOR ME AT HOME: $15
weekly: no canvassing; send stamp. National
Co., C31 16th St., Denver. Colo.
HOUSEWORK SWEDISH OR GERMAN GIRL
tor work In the country; only two in family.
Addresa K 1, care Oregonlan.
STENOGRAPHER AND TYPEWRITER IM
medtelely. first-class, for business house. Ad
dress F 1, care Oregonlan.
MUSICAL ASSISTANT IX KINDERGARTEN,
to give tervices for training in kindergarten
teaching. 700 Irving st,
A BUSINESS WOMAN. DESIRING STEADY
emirtoyment. Address Z 4, care Oregonlan.
al work. Apply at once. C2S East Morrison.
SITUATIONS WASTED MALE.
Bookkeepers and Clerk.
SITUATION WANTED BY A REGISTERED
drug rlerk; 7 years' experience; wining to
work for small wages; good references Given.
Address G. S. Roberts. SprlngfleW. Or.
A small set of books to post and balance;
reliable references given. P 40. care Oreco
nian. SITUATION WANTED BY EXPERIENCED
iftaa. hardware of" general merchandise store
to eauntry tewn. Address O 3J, core Orc
genlan. SITUATION WANTED-BY YOUXO MAN. AS
collector: best of reference and $1000 security.
Jf required; wases $30. Address drawer 10.
Bookkeepers aad Clerks.
SITUATION WANTEDv-BY GENTLEMAN OF
good business experience, address and educa
tion; energetic and capable, and good pen
man or accountant: agu ar," 13311160: best of
cy reieejiic9. w. , VJ etjjmm.
SITUATION WANTED BV AN ELDERLY
man. as clerk or bar-tender in a hotel or sa
loon: wages no object; 25-years experience:
good references. Address C E. J. care H. A.
Hazeiton. 375 East Morrison st.
SrrUATIONWANTED BY HATTER AND
clothing salesman: ilrst-class referencea. Ad
dress 333 Third St.
SITUATION WANTEDr-BY MAN. ON CHICK
en ranch; willing to vork for wages or for
hhare In the business; experienced and good
references given. X 4. care Oregonlan.
SITUATION WANTED BY MARRIED MAN;
work at any thing, city or outside; any offer
accepted. Address M I. care Oregonlan.
SITUATIONS WANTED BY YOUNG MAX
and wife, on a farm, on shares or for wages.
Address P 10, care Oregonlan.
SITUATION WANTED BYMARRIED MAN.
on farm; or will rent farm-on shares, L 50,
SITUATION WANTED BY JAPANESE. TO
do cooking or housawork. Inquire at 353
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
Typewriters nnd Stenographer.
SITUATION WANTED BY EXPERIENCED
stenographer; first-class references, from rail
road and manufacturing- companies. AUdress
R 1. care Oregonlan.
SITUATION WANTED BY YOUNG WOMAN,
as housekeeper for one or two people, or take
care of children or sick personiobject, a good
home; small wagei 153 Fifth st.
SITUATION WANTEDr-BY a MIDDLE-AGED
lady, as housekeeper. In a family attending
business. Address D. S:. 331 Oak St., Port
land. SITUATION WANTED AS HOUSEKEEPER,
by reliable party, where servant Is kept; ref
erences. Address LT10, care Oregonlan.
SITUATION WANTED BY A COMPETENT
Klrl, to do general ihoutewnrk. Call for two
days at 21 11th sU. cor. Burpslde.
SITUATIONS AVANTEBA-BY -T. GIRLS. MON
day morning. West Side preferred; one in
candy store, 421 East Couch.
SITUATION WANTED BY SCOTCH WOMAN
To do general housework; wages $15. Apply
FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKER. LATE OF
San Francisco, wishes engagements, at rooms
or house; fit guaranteed; prices reasonable.
Goodnough building; room 322.
A FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKER, ELEGANT
designer and fitter, wants sewlnc by the day;
best references. Call at 37o Alder st., N. E.
cor. West Park.
WANTED DRESSMAKING AND PLAIN
sewing. Miss E. Harkcy, 34S Main st.
MRS. CHRISTIE. LADIES' TRAINED NURSE
and diploma midwife: charges moderate Call
or addre&s 269 Washington st.
SITUATION WANTED BY A REFINED, ED
ucated youn lady, of excellent character, as
companion for a rich lady: references ex
changed. Address box, 140, Oregon City, Or.
SITUATION WANTED BY YOUNG LADY,
quiet, intelligent; home in nice family as com
panion, governess or music -teacher; references.
Address U 3, care Oregonlan,
WHY DO PEOPLE COMPLAIN" OF HARD
times, when any woman or man can make
from $5 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 ramlly wants one. One
agent has made $478 36 In the last three
months, after payRg;,all expenses and attend
ing to regular business, besides. Y'ou don't
have to canvass; -as'yori as people know you
have It ror sal they -tend if or tn, Dish-Washer.
, Address;? the CJiraaxTiMfgCas. 45 Starr ave.,
Columhus, OhfOp fo3iruculars, - -
AGENTS We have -the bestisolling article on
the Continent; rrom.(?3.50 to $5 per day can
be made supplying regular customers with our
flavoring powders, perfumes and soaps. Ad
dresss Consolidated Pfirfumc Co.. Chicago.
AGENTS To sell sash locks and door holders:
sample sash lock free by mall for 2c stamp;
best sellers ever invented: beats weights; $12 a
day; write quick. Brohard Sz Co., box 12, Fhila
AGENTS Either sex. for aluminum novelties;
new goods, fast sellers; 200 per cent profit;
sample In plu3h-lined case 10c; ill. catalogue
free. Bassett, 522 Medlnah Temple. Chicago.
WANTED LADY AGENTS. TO SELL THE
best-wearing and best-selling corset on earth
the Hygela. For all particulars write the
Western Corset Co., St. Louis, Mo.
AGENTS EXCLUSIVE FOR MOREY GAS
burner; see illustrated advertisement In this
paper. A. G Morey, La, Grange. 111., the in
ventor, patentee and manufacturer.
AGENTS WANTED FOR A SURE-SELLING
household article; must have a small sum of
money. Inquire at 55 Sixth St., between. 9 and
12 A. M.
WANTED MEN TO JOIN THE PHOENIX
Co-Opcrative Association: no- Idle time. Ad
dress, with stamps, box 306, Petaluma, Cal.
LADY AGENTS RUBBER UNDERG Ali
ment: quick sales; bfg profits: catalogue free.
Mrs. N. B. Little Mfg. Co., Chicago, 111.
Agents In every state, on salary and commis
sion; agents making $25 to $50 weekly. Eu
reka Chemical & Mfs- Co.. La Crosse. Wis.
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED BY A SMALL FAMILY, WITH
out children An unfurnished house with 6 to
S rooms and all modern Improvements, cen
trally located. Address M. S. H P. O. draw
WANTED BY GENTLEMAN. WIFE AND
daughter or 11 Room and board in private
family, Hojladay's addition; terms must lx
reasonable; references required and given. W
3. care Oregonlan.
Wanted immediately io to 20 - room
house, between Washington. Yamhill, 13th
and Fifth sts., by No. 1 tenant. Addrets V 4.
WANTED TO RENT AN S-ROOM HOUSE,
modern, with furnace, within 20 blocks Wash
ington and Third. Address room 324 Abing
WAXTED-BY MARRIEp COUPLE THREE
housekeeping rooms. wl;hln S or 10 blocks ot
Morrison-street bridge. Address II 1, care
WANTED TO RENT A FIRST-CLASS UP
'rtght piano; must be cheap; state price: no
children. Address E 44. care Oregonlan.
WANTED FURNISHED ROOMS. SUITABLE"
for light housekeeping. Address, stating price
and location. X 3, care Oregonlan.
WANTED TO RENT MODERN HOUSE OF
about 7 rooms. West Side. Address G 9. care
CASH PAID VorT SECOND-HAND" BOILERS,
steam engines, pumps, dynamos, motors and
electrical appliances of all kinds. General
Machinery Co., foot of Morrison st.
WANTED TO HIRE BY MONTH. A GOOD
horse, harness and delivery wagon. Call at
436 Union ave. North, between 9 and 10 A.
WILL PAY" $1060 FOR LOT (WEST SIDE): 50
feet frontage, within 30 blocks of Third and
Washington; give location. Address Z 3, care
THE GILMAN AUCTION AND COMMISSION
Company. No. 46 First St., between As! and
Pine, wjU pay cash for the furniture o! resi
dences. TO BORROW $000. TWO YEARS: GOOD PE
curity. 10 per cent; liberal brokerage: prin
cipals only. Address X 5. care O'regonlan.
TO BORROW $2500. FOR 3 YEARS. ON GOOD
farm, worth $11,000; principals only need ap
ply. DeLashmutt & Son. 209 Stark st.
WANTED A RESPECTABLE. ELDERLY
woman, to occupy room free for company.
Call at 421 Third St., In forenoon.
WANTED-FOR CASH HOUSEHOLD FUR
nlture. carpets, etc. to any amount. Apply
354 Alder tit. Geo. Baker & Co.
WANTED TO BORROW $1000 ON GOOD
house and lot; 10 per cent Interest. G P, care
WANTED-GOOD SPRING WAGON OR BUG
gy; part trade and part cash. Address box
WANTED-GOOD SECOND-HAND BICYCLE.
1S34 make; state lowest cahh price. V 3, care
Highest price paid for household goods, -carpots.
stoves, etc Loeffler & Conn. 2S3 Front st. .
WANT-ElOOBNCUBATORy CHEAP. FOR
cash. Address 211 Meade st.
R 00 rax.
AT THE NEWCASTLE. COR. THIRD AND
Harrison sts. Rooms, furnished or unfur
nished; steam, gas. hot baths, free telephone,
dining-room; references. J. D. Hart and C C
Newcastle, owners. Mrs. Coovert. manager.
AT THE PORTSMOUTH. COR, PARK AND
Alder; very central Nicely furnished, clean,
homelike rooms; baths, parlor, ,o3ice. tele
phone; furnished bousekeepl&g rooms.
XEW ARLINGTON. 2SStt STARK ST.. OPPO
slte Chamber of Commerce Fine large suites.
$4; single, $1 50 and upward; hot baths, gas.
AT THE GOODNOUGH BUILDING. FOURTH
floor Furnished rooms, single or en suite;
steam heat, gas, bath and elevator service.
SIXTH iT 195 NEWLY FURNISHED
rooms and use or bath, only one block rrotu
Portland hotel. Please call 195 Sixth st.
RISLEY- HOTEL. 343ti MORRISON ST.. HAS
clianged hands: furnished rooms, en suite; all
conveniences; $1.50 to $4.50 per week.
NO REASONABLE OFFER WILL BE RE
fused for either single, suites or housekeeping
room", at the New Plaza. 207 Third st.
SUNSET HOUSE, 91 SEVENTH. NORTH
Elegant suites; free kitchen, bath, parlor;
housekeeping; single -room. $0 upward.
AT THE GOODNOUGH BUILDING. FIFTH
and Yamhill, fifth Hoor--Furnlshed rooms, en
suite or single; modem Improvements.
TWELFTH ST.. IS" ELEGANT FRONT
rooms: also single rooms: bath; every con
venience; no reasonable offer refused.
PARK ST.. 1C3. COR7MORRISON HAND
somely furnished rooms, bay window and al
cove, en suite or single; use of bath.
ELEVENTH ST.. 212. ,XEAR SALMON
Nicely furnished front hay-wlndow. alcove
room; bath, gas and furnace heat.
THE RICHMOND. YAMHILL, COR. PARK
Rooms from $6 up; all newly furnished, free
baths and all modern conveniences.
MORRISON. ST.. 514 NICELY" FURNISHED
bay window room, fronting lawn; finest loca
tion; gas and bath; reasonable.
TENTH ST.. NEAR MORRISON FURN1SH
ed rooms, with heat, hot anil cold water and
bath. Call at 327 Morrison.
TENTH ST.. 101 XICELY FURNISHED
rooms, for gentleman, or gentleman and" wife;
privilege of housekeeping.
MAIN ST.. 2S4. OPPOSITE PARK HAND
somely furnished parlors, single or en suite;
sunny ar.d cheerful.
133 SEVENTH ST., COP. ALDER NICELY
furnished rooms, with bath and fire; prices
PARK ST., 32S-NEATLY FURNISHED ROOM
for one or two ladies, or gentlemen; hall en
FOURTH ST.. 204&-ROOMS. HOUSEKEEP
lng. $2; single beds, 50c to 75c; double beds,
$1.30 to $2.
SLXTH ST.. 73 NICELY" FURNISHED ROOM,
with use of parlor, piano and bath; rent rea
sonable. NINTH ST., 134. COR. HOYT TWO LARGE
sunny rooms, with bath, furnished or unfur
nished. CRESCENT HOUSE. COR. THIRD AND YAM
hill NIeely furnished rooms; transient a spe
cialty. GENTLEMEN HAVING FURNITURE CAN
find unfurnished rooms at 2SSta Washington
THIRTEENTH ST.. 200 LARGE. NICELY
furnished rront room; private ramily, on car
SUITES AND SINGLE ROOMS, reasonable;
housekeeping. 206 First. Farmers' & Median.
SALMON ST.. 350 LARGE, SUNNY" ROOM,
with or without board; also a small room.
SEVENTH ST.. 309 TWO FURNISHED OR
unrurnlshed rooms, In a private ramlly.
SEVENTH ST.. 212. COR, SALMON
nished room for rent; heater, bath.
TENTH ST., 166 NICELY FURNISHED
rooms; furnace heat, gas, bath.
WASUINGTON-ST.. SIS&THE LAFAYETTE
Roqms, $1.50 per week and up.
"YAMHILL" ST.. 281. ABOVE HAT STORE
Neat, quiet, furnished rooms.
YAMHILL ST.. 281. ABOVE HAT STORE
Neat, quiet tarinshed rooms.
SIXTH ST.. 187 -rooms,
241 NICELY FURNISHED
COLUMBIA ST., 392 FINELY FURNISHED
suite or rooms, suitable for two or four. In
private ramlly: house all modern; a nice, quiet
home, with all its privileges; reforences ex
changed. THE HESPERIAN" WILL BE THOROUGH
ly renovated and prices reduced to suit the
times; excellent white cook: suites, $55 to $65,
for two people; single rooms, $25 to $40.
FOR RENT ONE OR TWO GENTLEMEN
can find rooms and most excellent tabic board
In one of the handsomest private residences
In the city. Address T 49, care Oregonlan.
FOR RENT SUNNY FURNISHED FRONT
bay-window room, on ground floor: bath; In
private house; cen'ral; board if desired; priv
ileges. Address 5" 5, care Oregonian. ,
FLANDERS ST.. MO-PORTLAND WOMEN'S
Union boarding - house, for young women:
terms. Including 10 pieces of washing, $3 to 7
per week, according to room.
SEVENTH ST.. 121, COR. WASHINGTON
Desirable rooms, with' board, for man aad
wife or two single men; reascnable rates.
THIRTEENTH ST.. 201 A VERY DESIRA
blfc suite of rooms, unfurnished, or -will fur
nish to suit: excellent table.
SALMON ST.. 853 ROOMS AND BOARD; Ex
cellent table; home cooking; everything- first
class; ?'-i0 per month.
ELEVENTH ST.. Ill, COR. ALDER ROOMS
and board: prices to suit the tlme3; satisfac
THE McKENZIE. 334 YAMHILL ST., COR.
Seventh Nicely furnished rooms, with or with
TAYLOR ST., 490 ALCOVE ROOM. WITH
board; nil comforts of home; references ex
changed. TAYLOR ST.. 3S9 FURNISHED ROOMS,
with board; furnace heat. ga. bath and' tele
phone. AT THE WILLIS, 331 YAMHILL ST., THERE
are rooms, "suites and single; first-class house.
ELEVENTH ST.. 163. COR. MORRISON DE
slrable rooms, with board; references required.
TWELFTH ST.. 175. COR. YAMHILL-NICE-ly
furnished, rooms and board. $18 up.
PARK ST.. 190 NICELY" FURNISHED
rooms, with good table board, cheap.
TWELFTH ST.. 211 TWO UNFURNISHED
rooms, with board.
291 DESIRABLE ROOMS.
SEVENTH ST,. 74, COR. OAK--A VERY NICE
front room, for light housekeeping; also, single
front room,, with use of bath; rent $0.
SALMON ST.. 350 TWO OR THREE ROOOMS
upstairs, furnished, for housekeeping; very
pleasant; no children.
ELEVENTH ST., 32, COR. COUCH Housekeeping-
rooms; also other rooms, furnished;
rent very reasonable.
WEST PARK ST.. 321 ONE SUITE OF
rooms, unfurnished or partly furnished, for
72. NEAR OAK 3 OR 4 FUR-
for housekeeping, flrat floor;
SIXTH ST.. 2513 FURNISHED ROOMS, FOR
housekeeping: 3 blocks from Portland hotel;
$13 a month.
FOR RENT FLAT OF 10 ROOMS. NICELY
furnished. $30 per month. Apply room 3, '125
ST.. 29 TWO FURNISHED
rooms, on first floor, with use or
SECOND ST.. 303, COR. MILL FURNISHED
rooms, for light housekeeping, very reason
able. FIRST. 372 NEWLY FURNISHED OR UN
furnished rooms, for housekeeping; also rooms.
SIXTH ST.. 247 NICELY" FURNISHED ROOM
suitable fur housekeeping; rent reasonable.
SIXTH ST.. 253, COR. MADISOX
keeping rooms; best location.
YAMHILL ST., 115-3 FURNISHED HOUSE
keeplng rooms; reference.
SECOND ST.. 320 THREE HOUSEKEEPING
rooms, with parlor.
TWO COSY HOUSEKEEPING SUITES,
sonable. 2C0 First st.
FOR RENT FURNISHED HOUSE OF SEVEN
rooms: everything new and first-class; piano;
Incandescent lights; good location. East Side;
reasonable to reliable tenant. Address T 4,
FOR RENT A FURNISHED 5-ROOM COT
tage; rent $13, Including water. 290 East
FOR RENT FAMILY RESIDENCE ROOMS;
latest improvements. Inquire 67 Park st.
FDR RENT-I W'lLL RENT MY HOUSE. NO.
S21 Johnson st., furnished, for t or "7 months,
from about April l: no small children. E. K.
Palmer, 30 Washington st.
FOR RENT TO RESPONSIBLE PARTIES A
furnished house of 13 rooms; most of rtyms
rented to permanent roomers. Address A. 9,
FOR RENT 9-ROOM HOUSE. WITH BASK,
ment, furnace and alt modern improvements.
42C Burnslde St. Inquire next dear.
TIHRD ST. FLATS OF 4. S. 7 OR 13 ROOMS;
opposite plara. il. C Lyon. 12 1 First. r XL
Ackerman. 249 Washington st.
FOR RENT-5-ROOM HOUSE. 571 SEVENTH:
5-room house. 351 Lincoln; 5-room house, 55S
Lincoln. Inquire 380 Grant.
FOR RENT MODERN 7-ROOM COTTAGE,
435 East Harrison, cor. Seventh; $16. Lent &
McGrew, 205H Morrison st.
FOR RENT WELL-FURNISHED HOUSE.
nice groundfi and shruhbery; reference re
quired. 401 12th st. t
FOR RENT ArLEASANTrNKW HOUSE,
cor. 24th and Marshall, on lGQsltrt); rent 15.
Apply 655 Irving st.
FOR RENT HOUSE 3 ROOMS. .CLOSST
and pantry; water free; $3. Clinton & Me
Coy, 2S4 Morrison.
FOR RENT CHEAP ON BURNSIDE ST.
Very nice house; easy terms, low price. 603
FOR RENT HOUSES AND STORES IN ALL
parts ol city. Henry -Ackerman, 249 Wash
FOrTrENT HOUSE. 447 SEVENTH ST. IN
quire Woodard, Clarke & Co.. First, and Al
STORE AT 271 MORRISON ST.. NOW OCCU
pled by T. W. Hansen's jewelry store, will be
for rent rrom February 13. Store Is finely
papered and frescoed, and has a large up
stairs storeroom in connection. Inquire at Jew
FIRST ST.. NEXT FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
and Salmon, near Third. .Inquire M. C Lyon.
124 First, or H. Ackerman, 249 Washington st.
FOR RENT STORED 47 FIRSTSt7aND46
Second st.; 25x200. R. L. Gllsan. 420 Cham
ber of Commerce.
Houscm For Kent, Farnlturc For Sate
A BARGAIN T-t)R SALE. ?250-FURNTrrRE
of 5-room cottage, complete; house for rent:
Call mornings, 44 East Eighth "and Couch sts.
ASACRIFICE 10-ROOM HOUSeVoR RENT
and furniture for ale: centrally located; full
of roomera. X X Z, care Oregonlan.
HOUSE FOR RENT AND ARTISTIC FURNI- J
ture. In good condition, for sale, cheap. Ad
dress F 50, care Oregonlan.
Money to I.oau.
Money to loan on chattels or any satisfactory
security. C. W. Pallett, 45 McKay building.
MONEY TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS,
personal security or good collaterals. S. W.
KING, formerly of Olds & King, room 45
Washington building, S. L cor. 4th andWash.
MONEY LOANED ON FURNITUReTpIANOS.
salaries, real estate, or any good securities;
warrants or time-checks boustht; easy terms.
F. W.. Graves, S14-15-16 Chamber Commerce.
TO LOAN WE HAVE MONEY TO LOAN IN
small sums on real estate security, city or
suburban. DeLashmutt & Son, 207-209 Stark
Money to loan on acceptable security; moderate
sums. 6 to 12 mos., a specialty; mortgages
bought. M. Walton, 714 Chamber of Com.
BONDS AND WARRANTS OF OREGON.
Washington and Idaho bought and sold.
Cruthers & Morris, SOS Chamber of Com.
MONEY TO IXJAN 2500 ON CITY PROP
erty. West Side, for two or three years. De
Lashmutt & Son. 207-209 Stark st.
ABUNDANT MONEY TO LOAN, same day ap
plied for; all kinds securities. D. A Epsteyn,
614 Chamber of Commerce.
MONEY TO LOAN LONG OR SHORT-TIME
personal security: also mortgages. David S.
Stearns. 216 Washington st.
MONEYTO IANON ALLCLASSES OF SK
curlty. Iaciflc Loan & Trust Co., rooms 36
and 37 Sherlock building.
$20 TO $500 TO LOAN ON FURNITURE OP,
good collateral. H. Mann & Co., room 66 The
Dekurn , : y:.-t . '
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT; NOTES,
and mortguges bought. R. I. Ecker3on & Qv,
room 10. Washington building.
$3000 TO LOAN ONWEST SIDE CENTRAL
property, for from one to five years. DeLash
mutt & Son, 207-209 Stark st.
TO LOAN $1300. ON GOOD CITY' REAL Es
tate. .Uktnsen. Wakefield & Co.. 227 Stark st.
AND NINETY-DAY' LOANS: SUMS
W. H. Nunn. 11 Washington block.
$S00 TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE. J. F.
twotne. 4js Portland Savings Bank building.
A WELL-APPEARING WIDOWER, AGE 39.
with pro)erty and business, desires to meet a
respectable lady, -nith a home or a limited
amount of money: object, matrimony. Address
J 10, care Oregonlan.
Attentlou, lad Ie3l "Emma" Bust De eloper will
enlarge your bust 5 Inches; guaranteed; sealed
instructions 2c, or 21-pago ill. catalogue 6c,
by mail. Emma Toilet -Bazar, Baston. Mas.
Personal Syphilitic blood poison cured In 20
days: permanent cure or no nay; write for
proofs, free; can be no failure. Guarantee
Remedy Co., 305 W. Madison st;, Chicago.
AH kinds newspaper clipping wanted: also list
or addresses for advertisers; cash paid; inclo-
stamp. Advertib'g- Bureau, 100 W. 27th. N. Y".
MARRIAGE PAPER in plain sealed wnrpppr:
hundreds of descriptions; munj Wealthy: 2c
stmp. Mr. Sz Mrs. Drak. 155 Wash St., Chl'go.
Ladies, Dr. Vorell's French Funnle Pills never
fall; safe and sure; Healed. $1; particulars, 4c.
Q'Auram Medicine Co.. 55 State St.. Chicago.
A RESPECTABLE YOUNG LADY WOULD
like to meet a gentleman that would lend her
some mone. Address V J. care Oregonlan.
A GENTLEMAN WISHES TO MAKE THE
acquaintance of a respectable lady who has
a home. Address B S, care Oregonian.
WILL THE LADY AGENT FOR WISDOM'S
cosmetics please call, at once, at room 81 new
Dekum, cor. Third and Washington?
5. H. STURGIS.
FORMERLY OP THE
Northrop & Sturgis Ce.,may
90 Sixth st. Telephone 151.
be found at No.
LADY" WOITLD LIKE TO MEET GE.NTLE
man with some means; object stated by letter.
V 4, care Oregonlan.
LADY'S DIAMOND RING. COST $70: WILL
take $50: jeweler's guarantee. Call room 3,
153 Fifth st.
EGYPTIAN TEA. POSITIVE CURE FOR ALL
stomach troubles, can be had at 49) Taylor.
HERMAN METZGER7 ' PURCHASER OF
hides, pelts, furs, wool and tallow, and general
commission merchant. Front st,, near Main.
Portland, Or. Liberal cash advances on con
signments. TAYLOR, Y'OUNG S. CO.. SHIP BROKERS
and commission merchants. Overland Ware
house, cor. Fourth and D sts.
ALLEN & LEWIS. COMMISSION AND PRO
duce merchants. Front & D sts., Portland, Or.
Button & Beebc. commission, insurance, clipper
ships from New York: steel rails, pig Iron.
H. E. BATTIN & CO.. COMMISSION MER
chants and produce dealers, 134 Front st.
GENTLEMEN HAVING CAST-OFF CLOTH
ing to dispose of. address 231 Burnslde st.
J. O'CONNOR, GROCERIES AND COMMIS
sion. cor. Front and Alder sts.
LOST AND FOUND.
STOLEN VICTOR BICYCLE. '94 PATTERN.
No. 50640. model D. 'steel rims, brake and
coasters: 10 reward for return of whnel; $10
for conviction of thief. E. J. like Portland
Savings Iktnk building, or Overman Wheel
$10 REWARD I WILL GIVE A REWARD
of $10 for the arrest and conviction of any
person caught stealing the Dally or Sunday
Oregonian south of Alder st. South Route
THAMES AND MERSEY
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY
Agency In Portland at No. 23C Washington sL
G. ROSENBLATT, Agent.
Deposit in Oregon $ &O,U0u
Reserve fund (In addition) 425,000
THE GEORGE LA WHENCE CO. WIIOLE
salc 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
liEUKGE. GREGORY Jfc DlNlWA.
JL C George. W. M. Gregory, R, R- Duaiway
Chamber cf Commerce. Portland. Or.
J. S. WINCHESTER. ATTORNET-AT-LAW
44 Sherlock bid?. PorUand. Or. Notary Public
EMMONS & EMMONS. ATTORNEYS - AT -law,
609 to C13 Chamber ct Commerce.
Chiropodists and 31nulcnrcs.
MRS. DR. ADAMS, CHIROPODIST. MANI
ccro and pedicure parlors. Raleigh bulkllcs
Sixth and Washington sts.
COURSE IN FRENCH AND GERMAN MRS.
K. M. Merkllng. recently from Europe, will
accept a limited number of pupils to teach
French ami German; terms reasonable. Call
from 10 A. M. to 3 P. M.. at first fiat. 135
WANTED BY PRIVATE TEACHER PUP1L3
In German and French,- Address M 4S, cam
PRACTICAL ENGINEERING SCHOOL. 203
Goodnough bldg., Portland. Or.; day. evening.
THE- STUDIO OF FIXE ARTS. 4G AVashtngtoa
blk. Drawing, painting, elocution, music
THE STUDIO OF FINE ARTS; 40 WASH
ESPECIAL SOUTHERN LADY GIVES MAG-
netto massage, with hot and cold bath3; re
freshing and restful; gentlemen's patronage
requested. Room St new Dekum building.
cor. Third and Washington. -
MASSAGEGIVEN BY ASPAXISII liADY.
Mrs. Miranda. 124 Seventh St., room 1.
Mediums and Clairvoyants.
MRS. WALLACE. THE WONDERFUL;
clairvoyant and life-reader; consult her on
all business affairs, love troubles, absent
friends; she has no equal: restores lost lave
by sympathy. 167 First st., parlors 4 and 5.
MRS. A. J. SMITH. MEDIUM AND MAG
netlc healer; vapor baths. 225 First st.
GYPSY QUEEN FORTUNE - TELLER LA
dies, 50c; gentlemen, $1. 267 Salmon sU
MRS. FRANK WEBSTER HINSDALE WILIi
open the term for vocal instruction? Jan. 1.
For Information call or add. The II1U. morn's.
FANCY-STAGE DANCI NGOFALTIKlNDi
taught. Room 5 Dekum bulUlin-. Professor
S. I. Cruvelll, teacher of "vocal technique and
singing, opera and concert. 407 Marquam bid;.
STUDIO OF FINE ARTS. 46 Washington blk.
Private entertainments supplied with talent.
ZITHER, guitar and llute Instruction given.
Prof. Konrad's studio. 360 Washington st.
COOK'S MUSICAL INSTITUTE. The Ablngton.
MRS. L. F. PRIOR. TRANCE AND Busi
ness medium, of Son Francisco; consultations
dally: fee $1; circles Tuesday evenings; hours,
9 AM to S P.M. Parlor 18. No. 211 1st sU
MRS. ADDIE R. SMITH. TEST MEDIUM.
181 First st.. parlors 22 and 23.
5PE CIAL NOTICES.
Francis Eros. Brass castings and finished work
made to order: blacksmithing, and machinery
repaired. 2S2 East AVatcr st. Telephone 5005.
Coal and Wood Yards.
COOS BAY" COAL CO.. DEALERS IN COAL
and wood: coal from $5 50 to $13 50 per ton.
Offlce. 230 Second st. Telephone 911.
PACIFIC IRON WORKS HEINTZ & CO.,
cor. 2d and D sts.. manufacturers machines,
blacksmith and foundry wks, building fronts.
STORAGE OF ANY" DESCRIPTION CAN BE
had reasonably at Pacific dock. Nos. 226 and
22S. Front st. Advances made If desired.
EXECUTRIX' NOTICE IN THE COUNTY
Court for the county of Multnomah, state oj
Oregon Notice Is hereby given that in the
miner rf thfe estate- ol Levi White, deceased,
letters testamentary have been issued, out of
the above-entitled court, to the undersigned,
as executrix of the last will and testament
of cald deceased, and that she has qualified
and entered upon the discharge or her duties
as such. Therefore, all persons having claims
against the said estate are requested to pre
sent the same to me, propery verified, as by
law required, at the otllce of Messrs. Bro
naugh, McArthur. Fenton & Bronaugh. attor-neys-at-law.
rooms Nos. 631. (732. 634. 636 and
OllS Chamber of Commerce building. Portland.
Oregon, within six months rrom the date
hereof. Dated this 2d day of February. 1895.
Executrix of the last will and testament of
Levi White, deceased.
Messrs. Bronaugh. McArthur. Fenton &
Bronaugh, and Messrs. Dulph. Mallory,
Simon & Strahan, Attorneys for Exe
cutrix. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE RE
ward of $200 for the arrest and detention of
Richard Nelson, the defaulting treasurer of
the Ste edores. Longshoremen & Riggers"
Union, No. 1. of Portland, is hereby with
drawn. By order of the union. Win. O'Con
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC HAVING PUR
chased ths business of the Green Tank OH Co.,
I hereby notify the public that Jas. T. Dooly
and J. Busby are no longer employes of said com
pany, and are In no way connected with the
company or any ot its business. v. i. Ja
cobs. 148 3d st.
THE FIRM OF LASSEN & KIIIKLEY" IS
hereby dissolved. All bills arc payable to 1.
M. Lassen, at Pacific Market, cor. Fourth and
Alder sts.. and debts of the late firm are as
sumed by the undersigned. L. M. LASSEN.
UMBRELLAS MADE, repaired and recovered.
Meredith. 168 3d, near Morrison. No asenta.
BUSINESS i CHANCES.
OLDEST AND BEST HOTEL IN PORTLAND
for sale on easy terms; or will trade for other
property: owner lias grown old and rich in.
the busine!V ami wishes to retire and take
things easy. This 1 a splendid chance for a.
young man. DeLashmutt & Son, 207-209 Stark
WANTED CAPITAL TO THE AMOUNT OF
$2500. in one sum or from $500 up. for a new
enterprise, with a bright future; now In run
ning order In this city: can be inspected dally;
the only one In the Northwest: excellent in
vestment. Address G 42, care Oregonlan.
Speculation! Whether you have ever speculated
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Company. 10 Wall st.. New Y'ork. .
rare: opportunity 53000 cash will
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lmr house or staple goods. In rull operation,
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gonian. ANY LADY OR GENTLEMAN WHO WILL
risk $1000 In a very valuable mine, the only
mine of that character on this continent,
$20,000 will be guaranteed In less than six
months. Address X 3, care Oregonian.
A SMALL. CLEAN. CASH BUSINESS. STA
ple. well-payinff ami established in Portland,
with no Incumbrances: but small amount re
quired to run It: lull Investigation asked. Ad
dress D 1, care Oregonlan.
FOR SALE A CLEAN STOCK OF STAPLE
groceries, with established trade: doing a.
profitable business: must sell, owing to sick
ness; will invoice about $1500. F 10, care Ore
gonlan. WANTED A PARTNER. WITH $1000 CASH,
to take hair Interest In a creamery; all com
plete and ready to run; in good location, near
Portland. Address box 17. Llnnton. Or.
FOR SALE CIGAR. FRUIT AND CONFEC
tkinery store; good location, cheap ren; at a
sacrifice; living rooms attached. Inquire 203
GENERAL MERCHANDISE BUSINESS FOR
sale; about $2000: good business; good Valley
town. Addresrf D 10, care Oregonian.
WANTED TO TRADE A FARM WITHIN 5
miles ot Portland for a stock or merchandise.
Addrees W 5, care Oregonlan.
FOR SALE A SMALL STOCK OF GROCER
les, to party who would rent eiore and fix
tures. Apply 593 East 21st st.
FOR SALE 14-ROOM HOUSE. WELL FUrZ
nished: foil or roomers; cheap. Address H 8,
WANTBD PARTNER- SCHOOL - RUPPLX
business. Address N 10. care Oregonian.
AUCTION AND COM3IISSION.
A. B. RICHARDSON
Ottlee. 240 Washington at.. beL 2d and 3d.
Residence at the cor. of Fifth and College st
ALLEN & LEWIS, WHOLESALE GROCER3.
cor Nort Froat and D sts., Portland, Or. -