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    TIIE OBEGOy DAILY'jQUnyAL, POHTLAyD, WEDNESDAY ' EVENING. FEBRUARY 17. 1904.'
14
I Bombay, Eye of India
i . - AND ITS MANY STRANGE RIGHTS
By William E. Curtis In Chicago Kec-
. ord-Herald. ,
Bombay. Jan. JJ.-The Eye of India,
as Bombay la called. Pits on an island
. facing the Arabian Sea on ona Bid and
mitt. hallow. except where channels
have been dredged to lha docks. The
ncenery is- not, particularly fine. Low
hill rise In a, ; semi-circle from the
' horlson. half concealed by a. curtain of
mist, and a. few green Island scattered
about promiscuously are occupied by
' hospitals, military barracks, villas and
plantations.,: The harbor Js not Impres
sive. It is not worth description, but
the pile of buildings which, rises, on the
Htv side as the steamer approaches the
Jock is Imposing, being a picturesque
mingling of Oriental . and European
irchitecture. Indeed, I do not know of
any city that presents a braver front to
those who arrive by sea. ' -'"''
At the upper end. which you see first,
la a "', group rpf flva-story , apartment
houses. with oriental balconies and
colonnades. Then comes a, monstrous
. new hotel, which has Just been butlt by
a stock company under the direction of
; JN- Tata, a Parses merchant who has
' visited the United States several time
and Obtained his Inspirations and many
. . , . j a - nl,la lintel la A
or Ills ; luean uicit-. , . --
Bombay what the Waldorf-Astoria wa
to New York when first erected, and a
great deal more, because there Is noth
ing to approach It in any respect In all
India and nothing was needed eo much
In Bombay and every other city a good
'hotels. Beside the hotel, rise the bulld-
lugs of the yacht club, a hospitable as
sociation of Englishmen," to which na-Uve-no-tnatter-rlusw
grefttaniL. good
Uey may be, are never admitted. They
own an apartment house for gentlemen,
and are so hospitable that a bachelor
traveler can secure quarters there with
out difficulty If he brings a letter of
introduction to some member.
Next toward the docks comes an old
castle . whose gray and lichen-covered
nails .'are. a. striking contrast to the
." newer buildings that surround it. i These
"walls Inclose a considerable area,'whlch
by courtesy la called a fort ' It was a
' formldible defense at one time, and was
the scene of much exciting history, but
It Is obsolete now. The wall are of
, heavy, masonry, , but a shot from a
. modern gun -would shatter them. They
inclose the x military headquarters of
the Bombay province, or presidency as
It is called In the Indian gazetteer, me
' .rathedral of -this diocese, a barracks for
the garrison, an arsenal, magailnes and
other military buildings and a palatial
auiuiers nomc, one vi me uirem sum
lire-pst Institutions of the kind In the
world, which is supported by contrt-
tuitions from the various shipping com-
. pahles that patronize this place. Here
also .are several - machine shops, fac
tories and warehouses which contain
'vast stores of war . material of every
tort sufficient to equip an army at a
fortnight's notice. About 1,200 men ate
constantly employed In the arsenal and
wpa making and repair Ing-mUitary
arms Bnd equipments. There is a -mu-tsoum
of ancient weapons, many of which
were captured from the natives in the
early days of India's occupation and! are
iiu lie curious; and here also the visitor
will have his first view of one of the
' greatest' wonders of nature, a banyan
tree, v-'hich drops Its branches to take
root In the soil beneath Its overspread-
Ing boughs. But you must wait until
you get to Calcutta before you can see
the best specimens.
Bombay Is not fortified, except by a
few guns behind some earthworks at the
entrance of the harbor, but It must be If
tne Russians secure a port upon the
Arabian sea; not only Bombay, but the
pntlre .west coast of India. Theonly
' protection for the city now Is a amall
fleet of battle ships, monitors and gun
boats that lie In the harbor, and there
are usually several visiting men of war
. at the anchorage.
Bombay Is the second city In popula
tion In India, Calcutta standing first on
the Hat with 1,350.900 people, and, if you
will take your map for a moment, you
will 'see that the two cities lie In almost
- the same latitude, one on each side of
the peninsula called India Bombay at
, the top of the Arabian sea and Calcutta
. . at the top of the Bay of Bengal. By
the census of 1891 Bombay had 821,764
population. By the census of 1901 the
total was 178. 00(5, the decrease of 46.
7S8 being attributed to the mortality by
the plague In 1900 and 1901. It is the
most enterprising, the most modern, the
most active, the richest and the most
prowperbus city in India. More than 80
per cent, of travelers who enter and
leave the country pass over the docks,
'"and 'more , than" half the foreign com
mcrce of the country goea through Its
custom house,- It Is by all odds the
finest city between modern Cairo and
San Francisco, and Us commercial and
industrial Interest exceed that of any
other. ;
The arrangements for landing pas
sengers are admirable. All our baggage
was marked with numbers on the ship
corresponding to that of, our declara
, tion to the collector of customs. The
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The doctors of this institute are
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14St, BUth trt, VortUad, Org-on,
- Corati Aioar. ,,. -
steamer anchored out about a quarter of
a mile from a fine covered pier. . The
baggage, even our : small pieces, ' was
taken ashore on one launch and after a
while we followed It on another. Upon
reaching the dock we passed up a long
aisle to where the deputy collectors were
seated behind their desks. As we gave
our names ' they ? looked through the
bundle of declarations and, finding the
proper one, told us that we would have
to pay a duty of 6 per cent .upon the
typewriter and our kadaks, and that a
receipt and certificate would be furnished
by which we .could recover the money at
any port by which "we left India. Hoth
tng ejse was taxed: although I noticed
that nearly every passenger had to pay
on something else. -There Is only one
rate of duty o per " cent ad valorem
upon everything-Jewelry, '. furniture,
machinery all pay -the same, which
simplifies the transaction.
: But the Importation of arms and am
munition is strictly prohibited and every
gun,, pistol and cartridge, la confiscated
in the custom-house unless the owner
nan show rood evidence that he is an
officer of the army or navy and that
they are the tools of his trade, or has a
permit issued by the proper authority.
This precaution Is Intended to antici
pate any conspiracy similar to that
which Jed to', the great mutiny of 184T.
The native are not allowed to carry
guns or even own them, and every gun
or other weapon found In the bands of a
native Is confiscated unless he has a
permit. And as an" additional precau
tion the rifle Issued to the native regi
ment in the army have a range of only
1,209 yards, while those 'Issued to the
White regiments will kill at 1.600 yards;
thus giving the latter an Important ad
vantage In case of an insurrection.
After Having Interviewed the deputy
collector we were admitted to the great
pen or corral .In the middle of the pier.
Which 1 Inclosed by a hign rence, ana
there found all our luggage plied up to
gether on a bench. And all the trunks
and bag and baskets from the ship
were similarly assorted, according to the
number they bore. We were not askea
to open anything, none of our package
were examined the declaration of pas
sengers being accepted as truthful and
final unless the inspectors have reason
to believe or suspect deception. Gangs,
of coolie In livery, each wearing a brass
tag with hi number, stood by ready to
seize the baggage and carry it to the
hotel wagons, which . stood outside,
while we followed It and took the first
carriage In line. Everything was con
ducted In a most orderly manner. There
wa no confusion, no Jostling and no ex-,
cltement, which indicates that the Bom
bay official have correct notion of
what Is proper and carry them into
practice. : r. ; .
The dock of Bombay are very com
plete and convenient,-and are considered
among the best models, being almost as
good as those at Hamburg, which, I be
lieve, are nearly perfect in all their ap
pointment and convenience.
A decided senaation awalta the trav
eler when he passe out from the pier
lntp the street, particularly If It 1 hi
first visit to the east. ' He already has
had a glimpse of the gorgeous costume
of the Hindu gentleman and the priestly
looking Parsees, and the long, cool, white
robes of the common people, for several
of each class were gathered at the end
of the pier to welcome friends who ar
rived by the steamer, but the moment
that he emerges from the dock he en
ters a new and strange world filled with
vivid colors and 'fantastic costumes. He
sees his first "gherry," a queer-looking
vehicle made of bamboo, painted In odd
pattern . and bright tints, .- and drawn
by a cow or a bullock that -will trot
almost a fast as a horse. All vehicles.
however, are now called "gherrys" In
India,, no matter where they come from
nor how they are oullt the chariot of
the viceroy .a well a the little donkey
cart of the native fruit peddler.
The extent of bare flesh visible mas
culine and . feminine startles you at
first, and the . scanty apparel worn by
the common people of both sexes. ' The
working women walk by with their legs
bare from the 'thighs down, wearing
nothing but a single garment wrapped
in graceful folds around their slender
bodle. They look very small compared
with 'the men, , and the first question
every stranger ask Is the reason. You
are told that they are married at In
fancy, that' they begin to bear children
by the time they are 12 and 14 years
old, and consequently do not have time
to grow; and perhaps that explain the
diminutive stature of the women of In
dia. There are exception. You aee
eome fine, stalwart amazons, but 90 per
cent or more of the sex are under size.
Perhaps there is another reason, which
does not apply to the upper classes, and
that 1 the manual labor they perform,
the loads they carry on their heads and
the. heavy lifting that is required of
them. If you approach a building -in
course of erection you will find that the
stone, brick,, mortar and other material
1b carried up the ladders and across the
scaffolding; on the heads of. women and
girls, and some of these "hod carriers"
are not more than 10 or 12 years old.
They carry everything on their treads,
and usually it requires two other wo
men or girls to hoist the heavy burden
to the head of the third. All the weight
comes on the spine, and must neces
sarily prevent " or retard growth, al
though It give them an erect and stately
carriage, which women in . America
might imitate with profit At the same
time, perhaps, our women might prefer
to acquire , their carriage in some other
way than "toting" a hodful of bricks
to the top of a four-iory building.
' The second thing that impresses you
is the amount of glistening silver the
working women wear upon their naked
limbs. To drop into poetry, like Silas
Wegg, they wear rings in their nose
and rings on their toeaes, and bands-of
silver wherever they can fasten them
on their arm and legs and neck. They
have bracelet, anklet, armlets, neck
laces, and their noses as weir a their
ear are pierced for pendant. You won
der . how a woman can eat, drink or
leep with a great big ornament hang
ing over her lips, and Borne of the ear
rings must weigh several ounces, for
they fall almost to the shoulders.' You
will meet a dozen coolie women every
block with two or three pounds of sil
ver ornaments distributed over their per
sons, which represent their - savings
bank, for every spare rupee is invested
in a ring, bracelet or a necklace, which.
of course, does not pay Interest like, a
postal savings bank, but can be disposM
of for full value in case of an emer
gency. The workmanship is rude, but
the designs are often very pretty,, and
a collection of ' the silver ornaments
worn by Hindu women would make an
interesting exhibit for a museum. They
are often a burden to them, particularly
in not weather, when they chafe and
burn the flesh, and our Bombay friends
tell us that in the summer the fountain
basin, the hydrant and every other
place where water can be found will be
surrounded by women bathing the spot
where the silver ornaments have seared
the skin and cooling the metal, which
i often bo hot as to burn the fingers. 1
Another feature of Bombay life which
Immediately seizes the attention is the
gay colors worn by everybody, which
maku the streets look like animated
rainbows or the kaleidoscopes that you
can buy at the 10-cent stores. Orange
and nmrlet . nredomlnate, u t - yellow,
pink, purple, green, blue and every other
tint that wan ever ' lnveniea nppear in
the robes of the Hindus you meet upon
the treet.A-dignified oia- gentleman
will cross your path with a pink turban
on his head'tfnd a green scarf wound
around his shoulders. The next man
you meet may have a pair of scarlet
stockings, a purple robe and a tunic
of wine-colored velvet embroidered Un
old. There seems to bo no ruio or reg
ulatlon about ttfe uso of colors and no
set fasaion for raiment. The only uni
formity in the cootume worn by; the
men of India Is that everybody's legs
are bare. Most men wear sandals; come
wear jjhoes. but trousers aire as rare
as stovepipe hats. Th native merchant
goes to his counting room.' tne canker to
hi desk, the clergyman oiscourses rrom
a pulpit, the lawyer addresses the court,
the professor, expounds to his students
and the coolie carries his load, all wih
limbs naked from the Htiklea to the
thighs, and never more than ha If -con
cealed by a muslin divided SKirt. ; ;
XTBOBO 7AJUEEKS' COMTIiJf TXOH
. (Journal gpecUl 8erTtee.)
Little Rock, Ark., Feb. 17. -The negro
farmers congress, for which prepara
tlons have been making for a long time.
opened auspiciously today kt . Williams
Industrial college. The congress will
remain In session until Saturday and an
elaborate . program of papers and - -dis
cussions on agricultural topics has been
prepared. Several speakers and - agri
cultural authoritlea of note will be
heard. ; ' . .
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4 OBAJTD AVEJTUIl.
CITY VOTICEB.
PROPOSED ASSESSMENT FOB IKPX0TX
MENT Or SKIDMOEE STREET. .
Notle Is hereby iTen tbit the council ' of
the city of Portland iropoM to iwu the fol
lowlns dwerltied property and onrnor or owner
bring specially and peculiarly benefited In
tbe amount a set oppoalt tba namra and de
scription thereof tor the tmnrorement of
Bkldmore street, from tbe Nat line ot Union
avenue to the went line of Eaf Tenth, street.
prorldd hjr ordinance No. 13.62ft.
Any objection to the apportionment of coat
for "aid fmproTment tnunt be made In writing
to the council and Iliad with the auditor within
15 riayi from the date of the flrat publication
of tbla notice, and said objections will h beard
and determluet by the council before the pas
sage of (he .ordinance assessing the cost of
said Improvement.
IJncoln Park Annex
.Hlk 1, lot , R. B. Menefe. 49 TT
Blk 1,'k.t 6. C. I,. Barnes, .5
Blk 1, lot 8. William Kyan joes
Blk 1, lot T. John W. nets.... fln.50
hik z, lot , nsrsa i. Klnsejr, irxi.lA
lilk 3, lot B. Msr B. Pans.,..,,,... 24.W
ins 2, Kit b, jonn nacninan. ......... 12.33
Blk 8. lot T. P. J. Mellla fru
Hlk 3, lot 6, R K. Randall 70,6.1
Rlk 3, lot Ti. R. E. Randall... 1S.1.1
Blk 3. lot ft, Sarah J. Klnsejr j n
Blk 3, lot 7. Sarah i. Klnsej.,.. 54.13
Blk 4, lot 0, Jacob Wlsner 76.10
Blk 4, lot 5, Jacob Wlsner. 16.34
Blk 4. lot ft, A. B. Manler. ........... JB.s.-.
Blk 4, lot 7, A. B. Manle HO 69
Blk 5, lot . Katharine B. Toonf..,,,. .. 82.69
Blk 5, lot B. Katbertn E. Youug...... 18. .16
Blk 1, lot 8. I. R. Hawkins..., ! 1JTH
Blk 5, lot 7. Mary B. IaTlPi. ......... 67,22
Plk 6, lot a, cturb-a II. Heller 76.4H
Blk 6. lot 8, .'Charles H. Heller...., ,. 16.63
Blk 0, lot 8. Mary E. Paring.... 1 19
Blk 6. lot 7. Charles II. Heller...... 45.19
Blk 14, lot 1, Marj llrost. 43,4ft
Blk 14, lot 2. August Meyers ,0ft
Blk 14. lot 16. -Duncan Stewart 18 21
Blk 14, lot 10. Anna R. Cbllty TI 12
Blk 13, lot 1, g. E. Correll , B9 93
Blk 13, lot 2. Sarah J. Klnsey 23 17
Blk 13, lot 15. r, J. and Ella Brink.. 15.76
Blk 13. lot 16, Anton Paral 68.09
Blk 12, lot 1, L. B. nawklns.... 54.37
Blk 12. lot S. Ellen E. McCormlck . . . . " 11.96
Blk 12. lot 15. Martin Morast 8 69
Blk 12, lot 16. Martin Morast ' 47.75
Blk 11. lot 1. Peter Larws 61 33
Blk 11, lot S. Peter Larws .4.,., 12 86
Blk 11, lot 15, A. B. Manler 1.T29
Blk 11. lot 16, Mary E. Paries. ........ 67.18
BUT 10, lot 1. Mary B. Partes. .... 76.50
Blk 10, lot 2. C. r. King. 16.94
Blk 10, kit 15, Andreas Albrecht..,. 9.84
Blk 10, lot 16. Andress Albrecht...... 55.(19
Blk ,. tot 1. Jeesln'O. Wlgglntoa.V.... " 56.12
Blk O. lot 2. Jessie G. Wlggluton 12.10
Blk ,i lot 15. Arrld Isf .17
Blk 8, lot 16, Loren Seward..,. 17.67
ToUl ........
CrMOTiCEB.
PROPOSED ASSE88MEMT FOB, IMPROVE
MEKT OF FOURTEENTH STREET,
Notice I hereby glren that the council of
tb city of 1-orUnnd proposes to assess tbe
following described property and owner or
L , "E """a specially and pecuUarljr bene
rued In th ainoiuiU set opposite the names
and description thereof for tba improrement
of Koorteeuth street, from tho north Una of
JT" . 10 tne southwesterly Una of
J.,",'. "tre'. - proTided by ordluaac . No.
' Any objection to the apportionment bt cost
for said improvement must too made In writing
. fi t- , " ?"u - "wo witn tne auditor
wilhin 1., dnx from tUB aatt! et th9 flriit p110.
lkatlon of. this notiiw. and aald objections will
be heard and determined by the council be
foro the psNsagc of ' tho ordinance assessing (he
mu luirfvemeilC.
t.w"' Addition to the City of'
Portland.
Vt KW feet of block 17. Mitchell'
Lewis Co ' .1 758.80
.'., J. H. Peterson..,..,.., "206.80
J67.40
126.12
1 124.06
1K 13, U B. J, 11. Peterson,
). b't 4, James 8, Cunningham...
Blk 13. lot 1. JainM A rtiiitilnvhfltn '
Wea v, of block 16, Willamette Htesm
nuns, j.uim)rma a: Manuracturinc
Co. . at ai
Blk 14, kit 7, Willamette Steam MllhW -
i.umnering Manufacturing Co.:.:- 236.79
tllk 14. lot 6, Willamette Hteam Mills, .
j-t, ni a, niiiametre meam Mills,
Numbering A Manufacturing Co ,' 164.93
join 14, tot z, Willamette .Steam Mills.
uuiuoertiig Manufacturing vo,.... ,144.30
Total (2.458.66
. ' . . THOS. C. DEVMN,
Auditor of the City of Portland.
February 15, J004.
PROPOSES ASSESSMENT FOR, SEWER IN
BELMONT STREET,
Notice Is hereby fflren that Hi MnnAll .f
the city of Portland propose to assess the
following described orooertr and in
uirnors ,as oeing specially and peculiarly bene
nted in the amounts set opposite th, rames
and deacriptloua thereof - by tbe - construction
of a sewer in Belmont street, from 18 fet
wat of - the esst line of l'rettyman arena to
me sewer in case xnirty-aeTenth street, as pro
Tided by ordinance Ho. 13,632.. . . r
Any objection to the apportionment- of coat
for said sewer must b mailn in writing n
tuu uuuutii rhu uieu wiin me auaiior within
15 days from th date of the first nuhliotinn
of tbla notice.' and aald objections will be
heard and determined by the council befor
tn. passage of to ordinance ssesaliig the cost
aur sum sewer. .
Suunyaldo .Third' Addition ' to Pnrf.
land- ..
Blk 07, lot IB, The Title Guarantc
Trust 'Co.'....... v.. . .....1 20.80
Blk 67, lot 14, The title Guarantee
Trust; Co.. ....(. 45.90
oik a, lot 14, ids Title tiuarantee ft
Trust Co S X9.80
Blk 07. lot 12, Th Title Ooarant A
Trust Co., .....S 89.80
Blk 7T-4otlr-TbTltta-Ooarante---
Trnt Co a 29.80
Blk 67, lot 10. Th Title Goirante ft
J met u. , 29,go
flflrucn 1 on Aaoinon m tit vnrt
land
Blk 4, lot T, Walter W.' Webster,.....,
Blk 4. lot 8, Walter W. Webster......
Blk 4. lot 0. Sarah A. Webster. .. . . .
Blk 4, lot 10, Herman Borlea estate,
helra. of
Blk - lot 11, Herman Borle estate,
heir ef, ,.)....., 1 .,..,........,'.... .
Blk 4. let 12. George M. Strong. ......
A tract of land lying between the east
line 01 rrettyman avenue land a Una
50 feet eaat thereof and parallel
therewith and between the north 11 n
of Belmont street and a line 100 feet
north thereof and parallel' therewith,
II. W. Fries ;
Humurslde Third Addition i to Port.
land
Blk 70, lot 4, The Title Guarantc ft
Trust Co
Blk 70. lot 5, Tba Title- Guarantee ft
. Trust Co.
Blk 70, lot 6. The Titla Guarantee ft
Trnst Co
Blk TO, lot T, The Title Guarantee ft
Trust Co
Blk 70, lot 8, Th Title Guarantee ft
. Truat - Oo.... - 24.20
Blk 70, lot 9, Th Title Guarantee ft
Trust co
44.70
44.70
44.70
44.70
46.90
73.25
46.60
24.20
87.80
94.20
24.20
11.908.82
THOS. C. DEVLIN,
f Auditor ot th City of Portland.
February 15, 1904.
PR0P09A1S FOR CITT PRINTTNO. -Sealed
proposala will be received at th
office of ihe auditor of tbe eltjr of Portland
nntll 4 o'clock p. m., March 4, 1904, for
Srlnting for one ear, for tbe city of Port
nd, as follows:
Klrst For printing and binding 175 eople
of th mayor's messag and municipal reporta
for the rear 1903.
Second For printing and furntahlng blanks
and other miscellaneous printing aa may b
renulred from time to time by th several
ofllc and departments of th city.
Third For printing, binding and furnishing
such blanks, warrants, etc., a ar required
to be lithographed.
All , bids must be based upon th specifica
tions oa 61 In the effle of the auditor and tba
quality of materials most b equal to sample
submitted.
Beparat bid will b received for each ot th
three cliases of woik, as a bore set forth, but
no bid for a less amount than th cntir work
In each class will be considered. . ' - -
Each bid must be anomnanled by a certified
ebeck payable to George 11. Williams, mayor,
for 8500.00 as fixed and liquidated -damages In
ease auch bidder shall withdraw his bid, or fall
or neglect to enter Into contract with th city
should the asm be awarded to him.
Th right to reject any and all proposals It
hereby reserved.
. By order of th executive board.
THOS. C. DEVLIN. '
Auditor of the City of Portland,
Portland, Oregon, February 15, 1904,
COMPLETION AND ACCEPTANCE OF 8EWIR
;.'....;, LN BELMONT STREET.-,;,
Notice is hereby given that William C.
Elliott, city engineer, has filed In th. ofllc
of th undersigned notice that J. B. Blemmous,
contractor for th construction of a sewer la
Belmont street from 18 feet west of th esst
line 0 Prettymsn avenue to the aewer In
East Thirty-seventh street, under tbe pro
vision ot ordinance No. 13,632, has completed
aid sewer. , ...
Bsld acceptance will be' considered by th
executive board at 4 o'clock on th 19tb
day of February, 1904, and objections to tb
acceptance thereof may be filed in th offlc
of th undersigned at any time prior thereto.
( , THB EXECUTIVE BOARD, , ;
, v ' Br THOS. f!. Iiicvi.tv
-4 , ' AJld,.t,?J. of h clT 9t I'ortlaBd.
February 13,il!X4. ........
COMPLETION AND ACCEPTANCE OF SEWER
-". -,-nr tTPSHu-R stbeit. '..', '-.t
' Notice 1 hereby given that William C.
Flllott, city engineer, hat flled In the of Be
of th nndefMlgned notice that Jacobean Bad
Conr.psny, contractor for th construction of a
sewer In lipshur street from the west lire of
North Portland to tb wer In Upshur street,
under the previsions of ordinance No, 18,633.
has completed aald sewer. T
Ksld acceptance will be considered by th
executive boaid at 4 o'clock on tbe lih day
of February. 1004. and oh led Ions to th ac
crptance thereof may be tied In tbe office if
th undersigned at any time price thereto.
.'." fUB EXKn'TIVE BOARD.
.... . , By TH0B.,..UJi flKVLIN,
F.breu,rloftl,wt'cI,ort,"4
. ;
Bartsch , Park Addition to Eaat Port.
land.
Blk 6, lot 1, Lees Borle.....,,,....,,
Blk 5, lot 2, Herman Borlea,... ,.
Blk 6, lot 8, Herman Borlea..
Blk 5, lot 4, Portland Trust Co........
Blk 5, lot 5, Portland Trust Co .,
Blk ft. tot q, rortland Trust Co.
Bdendale . 1
Blk 6,-Wt 1, H. B. Adams..
Blk 6, lot- 2, H. B. Adams..
ToUl
.....
24.20
86.80
86.30
88 80
86.80
84.10
51.65
: 18.50
11.50
8958.70
THOS. C. DEVLIN,
Auditor of the City f Portland.
February 15, 1904.
PROPOSALS FOR STREET WORE.
Healed proposals will be received at th of
fice of the mill tor of th city of Portland
uutll Friday, February 19. 1904, at 8 o'clock
?. m. for the Improvement of Ankeuy atreet
rom th west line of Klxth atreet to th ast
line of Seventh street. In th manner pro.
vlt'ed by ordinance No. 13.774. autject to th
provision of the charter and ordlnancea of the
city , of Portland and the estimate of th city
engineer, on file.
Bid rojet be strictly In accordance with
printed blanks, which will be furnished on ap
plication at th offlc of th auditor of th
City of Portland. .
Said Improvement ainat be Completed oa or
before 90 dsys from th data of the signing
of the contract by th parties thereto.
No proposals or blda will be considered un
less accompanied by certified check pay
able to the order of th mayor ot th city
r' Portland, certified by a responsible bsnk for
n amount equal to 10 per cent of th ag
gregate proposal. .-
Th right to reject any and all bids U hereby
reserved.
. By order, ef th zerntlve board.
THOS. C. DEVLIN, :
Auditor of the City of Portland.
February 18. 1904.
PROPOSALS FOR SEWER WORK.
Sealed proposals will be received at th of
fice of the auditor of the city of Portland
nntll Friday, February 19, 1904, at ( o'clock
p. m. for th construction of a sewer in East
Tn enty -eighth ' atreet from the carter line of
Usst Miilu street to the sewer in Pelmont
itreet, In tb manner provided hy ordinance
No, 13,781. subject to the provisions of tb
charter and ordinances of the city of Portland
and tbe estimate nf tbe city engineer, 014 file.
Blda must b strictly In accordance with
trlnted blank, which will be furnished oa
a 1 plication at the office of the auditor of the
city of Portland. And aald sewer mnst b
completed' on or before 30 dsys from . th
date of the-rlgnlng of th contract by th
psrtle thereto. . ,
No proposala or bids will be coreldered un
less accompanied by a certified check payable
to tbe order of th mayor (f th city of
Portland, certified by s responslbl bank for
an amount equal to 10 per cent of tb aggr.
gate proposal. .
Tba right jo reject any and all blda it hereby
rwerved . .
By order of th executive board.
. THOS. C. DEVLIN,
Auditor of tb City ot Portland,
February 13. 1904. v
, . PROPOSALS FOR STREET WORK. .
Scaled proposala will be received at tb of
fice Of the auditor of the CltV of Portland
nntll Friday, February 19, 1904, at S o'clock
p. m. for th Improvement of First street from
tne outn line or Arthur street to tb north
line of Lane street. In the manner- provided
by ordinance No. 13.772. aublcct tn h
vUlons of tbe- charter and ordinance of tb
city or i-ortiano. ana th estimate r.f tb
city engineer, on file.
Bid nviat be scletly in aeeordanc with
prluted blanks, which will t. furnished on ap
plication at the office of the auditor of th
city of Portland.
Said Improvement must be comnleted nn ne
before. 90 days from th dste of the signing
of the eontrsct by the partle thereto.
No oronossls or bids will be eonalderad tin.
less accompanied by a certified check pay.
abla to the order of th mayor of the rltv
of Portland, certified by a responsible bsnk for
sn amount equal 10 ii per cent 01 toe ag
gregat proposal.
Th right to reject any and all bid It hereby
reserved. '
ttj oraer 01 mo executive. oosro. ,
THOS. C, DEVLIN,
' Auditor of tb City ot Portland.
February 13, 1904.
PROPOSALS FOB STREET WORK.
Sealed nrooosals will be received at th of
fice of the auditor of tb city ef Portland
until Friday, , February 49. 1904, at 8 o'clock
1 m. tor tb improvement or wnltaker atreet
rom tbe cast Hue of lint street to tb west
line Of Mecsdam street, . In tbe -niunner pro
lded by ordinance No. 13.773, subject to the
provisions of tb charter and ordinance of the
pity of Portland, and th estimate of th city
cuKincer, on nie... .
Kins must he strictly in accordance with
printed blanks, which will be furnished on ap
plication at the offlc of th auditor af tha
city of. Portland.
Held Improvement must be completed oa or
before 90 dsys from th date of the, signing
of th contract by th parties thereto.
io proposals or nine will ne considered un
ites accompanied by a certified check nav-
sble to th order of the mayor of th city
01 t-oTuana, ceriinea 07 a responsiDie Dank for
an -amount equal to 10 per cent of th .ag
gregate proposal.
The right to reject spy and all bids It hereby
rererved.
By ord-r of th curative board.
: THOS. C. DEVLIN,
Aadltor ot th City of Portland.
rbrnary 18, loot.
cm NOTICES.
PROPOSES A8SESBMENX, FOR CHAIN ; OF
SEWERS KNOWN A3 BCNNY8IDE 8EWXK
tTHIRO EXTENSION.
Notic la hereby given that tb council of
the city of Portland proposct to assess the
following described property guu owner or
owners aa being specially and peculiarly bener
fitcd la the amounts set opposite the names
and descriptions thereof by the- construction of a
cuain ot sewera in st jniriy-siim streer,
Kntt Tlilrtyeventh atreet. last Thirty-eighth
stei.et. Prvttyman avenue. Sylvan avenue, East
Salmon street, East Main atreet. East Madison
street and Rest Stark street, to a connection
with tbe sewer in Kast .-Yamhill street at East
iTilrtj-alMh street, to be known as Sunnyside
sewer third extension, aa provided by ordinance
No. 13,534. . - ; -
Any objectiona to the apportionments cost
for aald sewer must be made In writing to the
conncivand flled with the auditor within. -15
days from tbe date of tbe first publication of
this notice, and said objections will be beard
and determined by the council before the pas
sage of the' ordinance assessing tha cost for
sain sewer. 1
Sunnyelde- . . . -
Blk 31, lot 13, Chsrles Wbltmer, ... . . 4.20
Blk 81, lot 14, Charles Whitmer. 4.20
Blk 31t lot 15, J. R. Cbamlwrlln.,,..." 4 i
Blk 32. lot 1, JameaF, O-Donnell..i ' 4 .)
lilk 82. kit 2. James P. O'Donnell. . ' , 4 VII
Blk 82, lot 8. James F. O'Donnell...,, 4.20
Blk 32 lot 10 k'n,ull np.nHt A 'XI
Blk 32, west H lot 11,' Ralph Foose-
ness g.io
Blk 82, 1 west lot 12, Ralph Kose-
ness ....:......,.,,.,..-.., 2.10
Blk 32, eaat H lot 11, Reinbolt Will-
lamson ... , . 2.tn
win 3A eaat li lot 12, Retnholt Will
lamsoii .
Blk 88. west 16t'l. Paul Schtile ...
Blk 33, weat Vi lot 2, Paul Schule.,,,
Blk 88, east lot 2, A. E. Liudsey.
via d. lot n, violet J. Mnir. ...... u
Blk 33. lot 8, Nell I.. Llndsey . . . . . ,. .
Blk 83. lot 9. Georala M. Carter....
Blk 34, lot 1. George A, Merrill..,..".
Blk 34, lot 2, -George A. Merrill,,,...
Blk 84, lot 8, George A. Merrill..,..,
Blk 84. lot 4,-(Jeori(fl A. Merrill...,.
Blk 34. lot 5. Georg A. Merrill..'.,..
Blk 84. lot 6. Georae A Merrill
Blk 84, lot 7, John Baumgartner. .... .
Blk 34, lot 8, John Baumgartner......
Blk 34, lot 9. John Baumgartner
Dllr S-l In. SO III--. , - ..... 1 1
. " .v. Kiiiaui .ui.wii. ... . . .
Blk 35, lot 1, Edward and Johane. Gil.
II . r. , , . . . .
Blk 35, lot 2, Edward and Johapa 011-
lla ........
Blk 35, lot 8, Martha J. Anderson. . .
Blk 85, jvetl-3 otlot 4jL- J.. Ross.
Blk 35. weat 1-3 cf lot 5. J. J. Ross. .
Blk 85, west 1-8 of lot 6. J. J. Ross..
bik as, eaat z-a ot lot a, Kate Kabe-nelck
Blk 35, eaat 2-8 ot lot 8, Kate Bab.
nelck
Blk 85, eaat 2-3 of lot 6, Kate Babe-
nelck ......
Blk 85, eaat V, of kit 7, Mary B. Fltta
Blk 85, east H of lot 8. Mary E. Fltts. '
Blk 85 east V, of lot 9, Mary E. Fltts.
bis sn. weat ' of lot T, Samuel P.
McKe . . .-..v.-T.-.7.-r.7.-.-.-. . . .
Blk 35, west H of lot 8, Samuel P.
McKee .'...,
Blk 35, weat H lot 9, Samuel P.
McKee ,
Blk 85. lot la Thomas F. Gannon. ...
Blk 35. kit 11. Mary A. Barton........
Blk 35. lot 12. Amy Anderson. -
Blk 86, lot 13, Roland Partridge. ... ,,.
ins an, lot is, l. n. Morse...........
Blk 30. lot 15, 8unnyslde Land ft Im
1 provement company i ..... , ...... . .
Blk 88. eat H kit 16, Clara M. Doyle.
Blk 6. east H kit IT, Clara M. Doyle.
Blk 86, eaat lot 18, Clara M. Doyle.
Blk 38, west ft lot 16, Alfred T. War
ren
Blk 86, west H lot 17, Alfred T. War
ren Blk 36. west Vi lot 18, Alfred T. War-
ren .....irvrr...
Blk 47, lot 18, Rudolph Dlrlwachter...
Blk 47, lot 14. O. P. Schroeder...i.
Blk 47, lot 15, Chsrles F. Lludegger...
Blk 47. lot 16. Charle F. Lludegger.,.
uik 4T, lot 17, ueorge mentions......
Blk 47, lot 18, Catherine 8tenbous..
Blk 48. lot 1. Sarah Wentworth
Blk 48. lot 2. Sarah Wentworth......
Blk 48, lot 3, Sarah Wentworth
Blk 48, lot 4, Sunnysld Land ft lm-
fiTVTeuiciil cuuiaiif .w
LBlk 48 lot 5, James A Joh naoi.. .
Hik 4M, lot 0, James A. Johnson
Blk 48. lot 7, Sunnyslde Land ft Im-
Srovement company
48, lot 8. Sunnyslde Land A Im
provement company ........... ... .,
Blk 48, lot 9. Sunnysld Land ft Im-
' provement company
Blk 48, lot 10. Andreas Vetsch.,..,..,
Blk 48, lot 11. Andreaa Vetsch........
Blk 48. lot 12. Andrea Vetscb. ...... .
Blk 49, east Vt lot i. Roswell B. Patch
and William v. Fine
Blk 49, east H lot 2. Roswell R. Patch
ana wiuism 11. riue
Blk 49. west H lot 1. Lo DeTarmond.
Blk 49. weat 4 kit 2. Lon DeYarmond.
Blk 49, kit 8, Edith K. Schabbe..
Blk 49, lot 4, Merlin F. Denoodt
Blk 49, lot 5, Sunnyalde Land ft Im-
rjvement company
49, lot 6. Joseph Reidel
Blk 49, lot 7. 8uunyslde Land ft Im.
provement eomnsnv ........
Blk 49, lot 8, Mary Gilbert....
Blk 49, lot 9, Mary Gilbert
oik w, tot iu, Bunnyaia una m im
provement company
Blk 50, lot 1. Franklin Building ft
Ian assoelstlon .'.
Blk 50, lot 2, Earl C. Cleland. ..
Hik no, lot B. Aaron Bundstrom..
Blk 60. eaat 83 1-3 lot 4, W. A. and L.
B. DaUlel
Blk 60, east 88 1-8 lot B, W. A. and L.
E. Dalslel ...A....... ,.
Blk 50, esst 83 1-8 lot 6, W. A. and L.
E. DaUlel , f. ..
Blk 50. weat 66 -8 lot 4. Tt. R. Whits. .
Blk 50, west 66 2-8 lot 6, R. 8. Whit.
Blk 50, weat 66 2-8 lot 6, R. 8. Whit.
Blk 50, lot 7, Elisabeth Roth
Hik no, lot b, ii. k. Howe
Blk 50, lot 9. H. R. Row..
Blk 60. lot 10. Elisabeth Roth.
Blk 51, lot 1, Cleveland Rockwell,
trustee ,
Blk 61. lot 2, Cleveland Rockwell,
trustee
Blk 61. lot 8, Cleveland Rockwell,
trustee ............... a .......... .
Blk 51, lot 4, Cleveland Rockwell.
trnste ., .........
Blk 51, lot 6, . Cleveland Rockwell,
trusts , ..
Blk 61. lot 6, Cleveland Rockwell,
trustee !.........
Blk 51, lot 7, Francis J. Dunbar.,.,.,
Blk 51. lot 6. Francla J. Dunbar
Blk 61, lot 9. Frank L. Huston and
Jame j. O Keane.....
Blk 51; lot 10, Cleveland Rockwell,
trustee
Blk 51, lot 11, Cleveland Rockwell,
trustee ,
Blk 61, lot 12. Cleveland Rockwell,
trustee
Blk 52. lot 8, Sunnyslde Land ft Im
provement company
Blk 52, lot 9. Fletcher Barton...
Blk 62. lot 12, Jonathan Mosher
Blk 62, lot 13, George A. Merrill....
Blk 02, lot J4, Andrew itoim
Blk 62. lot 15. J. Halan Smith........
Blk 62. lot 16, Mlnetta A. Carson.,...
Blk 52, lot 17, Mlnetta A. Carson..,..
Blk 52, lot 18. Mlnetta A. Carson. ..
Blk 66, lot 8, Sunnyslde Land A Im-
Srovement company
65, lot 0. Sunnysld Land A Im
provement company ...............
Blk 65, east V, lot 10, Sunnysld Land -ft
Improvement company ...........
Blk 55. west V lot 10, Sunnysld Land
ft Improvement company
Blk 65, lot 11, Sunnyalde Land ft Im
provement company
Blk 65. lot 12. Sunnyslde Land k Im
provement company
Blk 55, lot IS, Sunnyslde Land ft Im
provement company
Blk 65, lot 14, William II. Smith......
Blk 55, lot 15, William H. Smith.,..,
Blk 55, lot 16., William H. Smith.....
Blk 55, lot 17,. Sunnyslde Land ft Im
provement company
Blk 65, kit 18. Sunnyslde Land A Im
provement company
Blk 55, kit 19. Lemuel 'C. Stratton..,.
Blk 65. lot 20. Lemuel C. Stratton.'.,.
Blk Bfl,- lot 1, n. A. ltavey
Blk 56. lot 2. 8. A, Davey.
Blk 66, lot 8, T. A. Davey..,..,,,.,..
Blk 66, lot 4, B. Schlelds. ............
Blk 66: lot 6. George T, Sllngerland. .
Blk 66, south H lot 6, Georg T.
Sllngorland ........................ .
Blk 68, north V, lot 6, Fanny Wood-manser
Blk 66, lot 7. Fanny Woodmanser
Blk 56. lot 8. Annie Miller.,..,
Blk 56, lot 9. Emll Miller '.
Blk 56, lot 10, George T. Sllngerland.
Blk 66, lot 11, Jamea Buch
Blk 66, kit 12. Sunnysld Land ft Im
nrovement company ...............
Blk 56, kit 13, James Bucb... .,
Blk on, lot is, Jonn ureen
Blk 67, lot 1, J, H. f uller, v. ). Bag
ley and P. S. Batea. et al
Blk 57, lot 2. J. S. Fuller, W. H. Bag
ley and P. 8. Bate et al.;.
Blk 67, lot 8, J. 8. Fuller, W. H. Bag.
lev and P. S. Bates et al.....
Blk 67. kit 4. J. R. Fuller, W. H. Bag-
ley ana r. a. nates et ai
Blk 67, lot 6. Albert E. Llndsey ..... . .
Blk 57. lot 6. E. Codv
Blk67, lot 7, E, Cody ...,...,,.,.,,,
Hik 07, lot n, wm. n. Jones. ...... .
Blk 67, lot 9. Sunnysld Land ft Im
provement Co ,
Blk 67, lot 10. Sunnysld Land ft Im-
rovement Co , y
6T. lot 11, Marly A. Cooley
. Hunnyslile Addltioa
Blk 1, lot 1. Kmma W. McKensle.,.,
Blk 1, kit 2, Emma W. McKenile.,..
Blk 1, lot 8, Robert C. Johnson......
Blk 1, lot 4,. Lulu Westervelt
Blk 1, kit 6, A. J. Sporry ,,
Blk 1, kit 6, Oregon Investment Co...
Blk 1, lot 7. ft. C. Eckerson...
Blk 1. lot 6. R. C. Eckerson.. ....
Blk 1, lot 8, J. Treadwsy , 4
2.10
2.10
2,10
2.10
, 2.10
4.2U
4.20
8.75
85.60
5.00
15.60
4.20
4.20
4.10
24.20
24.20
4.10
85.60
28.20
2S.20
-1.40
1.40
, 1.40
' 2.80
2.80
2.85
2.10
2.10
2.10
2.10
' 2.10
. 2.10
15.60
25.60
, 85.60
2S.20
28.20
28.20
2.10
2.10
2.10
210
2.10
2.16
28.20
2H.20
28.20
28.20
28.20
28.20
1(5.60
28.20
28.20
28.20
2S 20
41.10
41.10
. 81.10
21.10
16.10
25.10
' 85.10
17.68
. 12.55
17.55
12.55
16.10
' 21.10
81.10
41.10
81.10
25.10
25.10
21.10
41.10
' 80.40
. 80.40
10.18
10.15
13.70
20.85
' 20.35
27.40
81.10
81.10
81.10
81.10
, 80.40
80.40
' 80.40
)' 80.40
80,40
41.14
41 10
26.20
26.20
26.20
, ' 26.20
26.20
4.20
4.20
- 4.20
, 26.20
' 28.20
28.20
26.20
26.20
26.20
. ' 4.20
6 60
, 2.80
2.80
. 4.20
4.20
.', 8.60
17.10
27.10
87.10
26.20
26.20
26.20
' 26.20
" 41 B5
81 55
21.65
80.40
30.40
15.20
18.20
80.40
26 20
' 26 20
' 26.20
26.20
17.10
V 27.10
87.10
41.55
, S1.55
81.65
80.40
80 40
. 80.40
86.60
26 90
44.20
'. 44.20
26.90
61.75
64.46
64.45
64.45
54.45
64.45
44.45
64.40
40.83
CITY NOTICES.
Rljt 1. Jot 10. F. B. McEldowney
Blk 1, lot 11, Demetrius r'alsngas....
Blk 1, lot 12, Lon Deygnnoud.,
Blk 1, lot 13, Lon DeYarmond........
Blk 1, lot 14, Cbarlee F. Nelson
B k 1, lot 15, V. c. snd Louis Wilson
BMt 1. lot 1(1, F. c. and Louis Wilson
k 2 lot 1, Samuel Colson. ...... ...
B k 2, lot 2, Samuel Colson.. w. .. . ..
B k 2, kit 3. Samuel Colson
B k 2, lot 4, tiliarles J. Anderson....
B k 2. lot 5, Chark J. Anderson..,.
S If H 2- Charles J. Anderson....
Blk 2. lot 7, J. J. Keating,,
" J. rteatlug.
M k 2. ot 9. Lelda K. Btisus,,,,,, ..
B Ik 2. lot 10, Lelda E. Straus.,.....,
J lot 11, J, r- Boothe,,.
B lk 2, esst V, lot 12. 3. V. Booth..
Blk 2, west Ml lot T2, Llllle :. 8ta-
' venson .,.
Blk 2. lot 13. Llllle M. Btevensoiv , . .
B k 2, ot 14, Charles K. Stewart. .. . -
Blk 2. lot 15, Charles E. Stewart....
Blk 2, lot 16. D. Horton... '""" I
Blk 8, lot 1. John Good.,........,;. .
Blk 3. lot 2. John Good....,.;.,.,..,.
Blk 8, lot -8, John Good..,,..,,,.'..,.
Blk 8, lot 4, John Good. ..,..,.... .... ,
Blk 8, lot 5, John Good. . -
Hik 3. lot 6. Johu Good....,., ;
Blk 8, lot 7. John Good. .......... ..,
Blk 3, lot 8, Ilatlle Wilson.....,.,,
Elk 4. lot 1. Alice M. Thompson......
Blk 4.. lot 2. Mae Jenkins. .....,.
Blk 4, lot 3. John C. Hammel....
Blk 4. lot 4, B. W. and Emma L.
Bangbman ,....., ..i .,
Blk 4. lot 6. K. W. and Emma L.
Baughnjan .. ........ . ..i .
Blk 4, 'kit 6. W. II. McKldowney..,.
BUt 5, lot 15. K. E. Wqsner., I,.,...
Blk 5, lot 2. C. E. Woerner.,,.,....,
Blk 5. lot 8, Maggie B. Cook..;.....
Blk 6, lot 4, R. Lv and L, J. Cary,.
Blk B. lot 6. T: C. and L. Wilson...
Blk 6. lot 8, Wm. Ruek
Blk 6. lot 1. Ida M, McMonln. '
Blk 6, lot 2, Ida , M . McMonlea . . . , . ,
Blk 6, lot 3. Marie E. Gilbert..;.....
Blk 8. lot 4, Nettle C. Warren. :'
Blk 6, lot 5. Nettle C. Warren ......
Blk 6, lot 6, Nettle C. Warren..,..
Blk 7,. lot 1, Wm. McComas.,
Blk 7, lot 2, Wm. McOomas
Blk 7, lot 3, Rosa Haake. ......... .,
Blk 7, lot 4, Estella L. Lyle. r
Blk 7, lot 6, Wm. O. Baruea........
Blk 7. lot 6. Wm. O. Barnes....
Blk 8, south 63 feet Jot 1, Wm. Ste
venson ......................... ;
Blk 8. north 37 feet lot 1, JanenM.
Lucke .. .......................... :
Blk 8, lot 2. Jane M. Lucke.... ..
Blk 8, lot 8, M. V. and Louis Straus
Blk 9. lot 1. ElissheUi K. l'asrsan.-7
Blk 9. lot 2. Drey man Bros.
Bik w, lot a. A. H. Ilreymau and John
Summervllle . . . , ; . ....... .,. ...... '
Blk 0, lot 4, Margaret V. Patterson..
Blk 9. lot 6. J. J. Patterson......'..
Blk 9, lot 8, Jennla Skalefe
Blk 9, lot T,. Jennla Skalef
his , lot B, r iorenc lloorge. ...... .
Blk 9. lot 9. Maud Kenworlhv..
Blk 9, lot 10. A, H. Brcymau and John
tiummervllle
Blk 9, lot 11. A. H. Breyman and, John
nuinoiiTTiu ........ , .,
Blk 9, lot 12. A. A. Bowman
Blk 9, lot 13, Bay O. Cauklna-....
Blk 9, lot 14, Nellie M. Harvey ....
x is jo, mt i, s. xj. uimpneu ........
Blk 10, lot 2, K. L. Campbell
Blk 10, lot 3, Breyman Bros.
Blk 10, lot 4, Breyman Broa. ........
Blk 10. lot 6. B. H. Bowman ......
Blk 10, lot 6, J. F. Miller and J, U.
Patterson ..
Blk 10, lot 7, Wm. G. Slmpon.......
ma jo, tot s, b. v, Minor .........
Blk 10, kit 9. E. C. Mluor
Blk 10. lot 10. Brevman Broa. ......
Blk 10, lot 11. A. H. Breyman and
John Bommorvllla ..
Blk 10, lot 12, A. II. Breyman and '
jonn Bommervuie ,. ,
Blk 10, lot 13, Breyman Broa. ......
Blk 10V lot 14, Ira -A. Hecklnger. . ,". -Blk
11, lot 1, Harvey R. Hill ......
Blk 11, lot 2. Harvey B. HIU ......
Blk 11. lot 8. B. H. Bowman
Blk 11. lot 4. A. H. Breyman and John
Sommervlll
Blk 11, kit 6. A. H. Breyman and Joha
nommerviiie
Blk II, lot 6. Sarah R. Moatgomery.. J
Blk 11, lot T, Sarah E. Montgomery..
Blk 11, lot 8. Katbertn E. Martin...
Blk 11, eaat 17.14 feet of lot 9. Katb-
erlne B. Martin ,
Blk1tr-west 28.75 teet of tot , Mwy"
J. Rlgby ... .. .......
Blk ll, lot 10. Mary J. Rlgby ........
Blk 11, lot 11. Tlllie Lincoln ......
Blk 11, lot 12. Wm. A. Mackensle....
Blk 11, lot 13, W. W. snd Nettl J.
Miner .. ..,..',;.........
Blk 11, lot 14, W. W, and Nettl J.
Mlnar .. '
Blk 12. lot 1, Hulda Stelnleln..,....'
Blk 12, lot 2. Edith P. Gilbert......
Blk 12. lot 3, Kllsa K. Gllliert. .....
Blk 12. kit 4, Busberry Westwick....
Blk 12. kit 6. Loulss A. Me4ireaw...
Blk 12, lot 6, A. H, Breymsn and John
Sommervlll ..
Blk 12. lot 7. A. H. Breyman and Joha
Bommervuie
Blk 43, lot 1, Breyman Bro....,.,.
Blk 13, Jot 2, Breyman Broa........
Blk 18, .lot 8, Breyman Broa........
Blk 13. lot 4. M. Olsen
Blk 13, lot 6. Breyman Bro.
nm ia, lot e. B. H. Bowman
Blk 18. all of lot 7 lying weat of city
boundary, B. H. Bowman ........
Blk 14, lot 1, Richard Brooker ......
Blk 14, lot 2. Richard Brooker......
Blk 14. kit a. Ruth-Moffltt ........
Blk 14, kit 4, Ruth Mofflt .........
Mik 14, lot 0, M. Arndt ............
Blk 14, lot 6, M. Arndt ...... i....'
Blk 14, all of lot 7 lying west nf city
nounnsry, ueorge a. u. ana Hertua
E. Winter :
Blk 14. all ot lot 8 lying west of city
counnsry, ueorge a. j ana Bertha
E. Winters ...7.
Blk 14, lot 9. Lillian H. Dundee Es
tate, Heir of
Blk 14, lot 10, Lillian H. Dundee E
tste, Heir of ....................
Blk 14, lot 11, Harriet H. Beave .,,
Blk 14. lot 12. Harriet H. Beav....
Blk 14, lot 13. Clara S. Dickson ....
Blk 14, lot 14, Clara 8. Dickson. ...
Blk IS. lot 1. A. II. Breyman and -John
Sommervlll , ...
Blk 15, kt 2. A. H. Breyman and
John Sommerville ..
Blk 15, lot 8, Breymaa Bros, ,
Blk 15, lot 4, Breyman Bro." ,
Blk 10, lot 5, A. It, Breyman and
John Bommervuie ................ .
Blk 15, lot 6. A. II. Breyman- and
John Sommervlll
Blk 15, all of lot 7 lying west of city
boundary B. H. Bowman ..........
Blk 15, undivided 6-14 of all lot 8
lying west ox city Boundary, V. K.
Ladd . . -
Blk 15, undivided 6-14 of all lot S
lying west sf city boundary, Mr. J.
Blk 15, undivided 4;14 of all lot 8
lying west of city Aoundary, J. u.
Wilson Estate. HelM of
Blk 15, kit 9. Frederick Mueller......
Blk 16. lot 10. Frederick Mueller
Blk 15, lot 11, Chsrles Patswald.
Blk 15, lot 12, A. 11. Breyman and
John Sommervlll
Blk 15, lot 18, A. H. Breyman and
John Sommervlll
Blk 15, lot 14. Breyman Bro
Blk 16. lot 1, W. D. Bratton and R.
Boilings Estate, Heirs of ,
Blk 10, lot 2, Bsrsh E, Woodford..
Blk 16, lot 3, Henrietta Wolfsteln..
Blk 16. lot 4, Edwin Cadwell
Blk 18, lot 6. Edwin Cadwell
Blk 16, lot 6, Winnie Klelst '
Blk 16, all of lot T lying weat of city ,
boundary, Winnie Klelst ..........
Blk 16. all of lot 8 lying west of city
boundary, Brcymau- Bro
Blk 16. lot 0. B. H. Bowman
Blk 16, lot 10, B. H. Bowman
Blk 18, lot 11, Breyman Broa. , -
Blk )6, kit 12, Breyman Bro......,
Blk 16, lot 13. A. II. Breyman and
John Sommervlll , ...
Blk 16, lot 14. A. H. Breyman anf
John Sommervlll ................
Bartach Park Addition . to East
Portland
Blk 6, undivided H lot T, Manbat- ,
tan Real Estate company
Blk 6, nodlvtilid kit 8. Manbat- .
an Real Estate company........
Blk 6, undivided lot 9, Manhat
tan Real Estate company...,,,..
Blk 6, undivided -kit 10, Manhat
. tan Real Estate company ........
Blk 6, undivided lot 11, Manbat- '
tan Real Kstste company.,...
Blk 6. undivided lot 7, C. Gustav '
Tlngry
Blk 6. undivided lot 8, C- Guetav
Tlngry !..
Blk 6. undivided ft lot 0. C, Gustsv ,
Tlngry
Blk 6, undivided H lot 10, C. Gustav
Tlngry ..
Blk 6. undivided V, lot 11, C. Gustav
Tlngry
Eaatland
Blk 1, lot 1, Hulda Stelnleln .......
Blk 1, lot 2. Edith P. Gilbert....... '
Blk 1, kit 8, Ellis E. Gilbert....... r
Blk 1, lot 4, Busberry Westwick '
Blk 1, lot 5, Louis A. McGregor....
Blk 1, lot 6, Breyman ft Sommervlll.
Blk 1. lot 7, Breymsn ft Sommervlll.
Blk 2. lot 1, Breyman Broa.,.,......
Blk 2. lot 2, Breyman Bros.,...,.,.. .
Blk 2, lof 8, Breyman Bro.,.,
Blk 2, lot 4, M. Olsen
I'.lk 2, lot 6, Breyman Bro.,.,.,..,.
Blk 2, lot 6. B. H. .Breyman........
Blk 2, all of lot 7 lying west of city
boundary, B. H. Drtyman. .........
' Good Addition , " ;
Blk 1, lot 1, W..T. Emery....,,.... ,
Blk 1, lot 2, W. T. tmery. .........
Blk 1, lot 8, John Good
Blk 1, lot 4, John Good .
Blk 1, lot 5. John Good.;.. '
Blk 1, lot 6, John Good
Blk 1, lot 7, John Hood..
Blk 1, l't 8, John kod..
Flk 1. lot 0. John Good..
Blk 1, kit 10, John Good.
a.,.....'.,.
BUt 1, lot 11, Joha Good......
83.10
- 83.10
33.10
. 83.10
S.'i.lO
83.10
47.55
.41.50
' 41.50
' 41.50
41.50
41.60
' 41.611
'41.50
,-'' 41.60
41.50
141.80
41.50
. 20.75
' , 20.T5
41.50
41.50
41.50
i 41,50
13.75
' 13.75
. 13,76
' '13.76
13.T5
' 13.75
13.75
13.75
63.85
44.45
63.80
82.65
, 83.10
4043
4i.no
41.50
' 42.20
4'J.ISO
, 1 41.50
,41.60
8.1.10
88.10
84.90
43.85
41.50
41.50
33.10
83.10
84.95
: 8.00
. 6.40
. 6.40
; 8.40
2.00
6.40
0.15
- 60.45
63.85
63.85
' 63.85
63.85
43.35
62.60
89.85
82.30
82.80
- 82.80
82.30
82.80
45.05
40.70
40.70
40.70
40.70
40.70
40.70
40.70
40.70
40.70
40.70
40.70
' 40.70
40.70
40.70
v 82.80
' 32.30
82.80
: 82.30
82.80
82.30
82.80
, ,40.70
16,80
24.40
40.70
40.70
40.70
40,70
40.70
80.10
80.10
. 80.10
80 10
. 80.10
8O4O
80.11
80.10
80.10
80.10
80.10
, 811.IO
80.10
640
82.80
82.30
82 30
. 82.80
B'i.f)
10.30
1.40
8.60
2820
40.70
40.70
40.70
40.70
40.70
40.70
40.70
40.70
40.70
40.70
28.20
8.60
S.10
MO
2.40
28.20
40.70
40.70
40.70
40.70
40.70
69.45
63,35
63 35
63.35
63.35
40.83
10.60
6.40
16.30
82.30
82.80
82.30
82.30
.82.80
8.10
S.10
1.10
8.10
166
S.10
S.10
1.10
s.10
2.65
2 25
2.26
2.26
2.25
- 2 ilS
2 25
2 25
2 25
2 25
2.25
2 25
2 25
2.26
.1.00
19.35
19.35
19.85
19.35
19.36
19.35
88.70
41.60
41.50
41.50
41.50
CITY NOTICES.
Blk i, lot 12. John Good
Blk 1, lot 13, John Good.......
Blk 1, lot 14. John Good
Blk 1, lot 15, John Good
Bowne Addition to East Portland
Blk 1, lot L Henry Buck ter
Blk 1. kit 2. J..E. Scott............
Hawthorne-Avenue Addition. .
Blk 1, lot 4, Kichard Pile. .........
Blk 1, lot 3, Richard Price .
Klsmere
Blk 1, lot i; Jamea F. Bell.,...,,...
Blk 1, lot 2, James F. Bell.....
Blk 1, lot 3, Herinau C. Leonard....
Blk I. lot 4, Herman C. Leonard....
Blk 1. lot 5, Edward Hpauldlng......
Blk 1. lot 6, Edward Hpauldlug. .. . . .
A tract of Innd lying, between tb
west line of Elsmere avenue and
the center line of East Thirty-lev-eiith
atreet, extended southerly In'
Its present course and between th :
, south line of Hawthorne avenue and
a lln 100 feet south thereof and
parallel therewith, Alva C. Edmund
A tract of land lying between the
south line of Hawthorne avenue on
' a line 100 feet south thereof and
. parallel therewith and between tb :
7 west line of rrettyman avenue and
the east line' of Seldon Mnrrsy do. -nation
land claim, Marie C. E.
"Strube .
A tract of land lying between 'the
south Hue of Hawthorne avenue tnd
a line 100 feet south thereof and '
' parallel therewith and between the
west line of Alnilra avenue and th
esst - line of Prettymsn avenue,'
Enlce J. and Richard I'rlcs........
A tract ' of land hounded and ide-
, scribed as : follows: Beginning at
: tbe Intersection of the south Una
of East Taylor street with the east
Una of East Thirty-eighth street;
thence south along the eaat line of
i East Tblrty-elgbth . street to th
north line of East Salmon street;
thence west . along the north- line
of Hglmon street to the west line
of Prettymsn nvenue! thence north ,
along the west line of Prettymsn ave
nue to a polutilOO feet south of tb ,
aouth line of Eaat Taylor street
thence west 100 feet along a tin
100 feet couth of snd parallel With
the south line of . Esst Taylor
street; thence north along a line
100 feet west of and parallel with
the west line of Pretty man avenue
.' to the south line of Eaat Taylor
street; thence west along the aouth
line of East Taylor street to th
plac of beginning, Jobs Good....:
. Total.,.. ...
41.60
41.60
41.50
41.50
84.90
34.90
17.60
47.60
84. 7S'
84.76
. 84.75
84.75
84.75
34.79
10.00
168.28
346. TS
868.00
. . . .no.66i.4a
THOMAS C; DBVljliy,
- Auditor of tbe City ot Portland.
February 15, l'.Mi4.
PROPOSES ASSESSMENT FOR, SEWER IN
. VPBHUR STREET. , . '
Notlc I hereby given that fh conncil of
the city of Portland proposes to assess th
following described property, and owner or
owner a being specially and peculiarly bene
fited In the amounta set opposite th name
and deacriptloua thereof by the construction
of a sewer In.Tpshur atreet from .th west
Hue of North Portland to Intersection with
the sewer In Upshur, street at a point 200
feet west of Twenty-fifth street, as provided
by ordinance No. 18,683.
Any objection to tb ipporttontment ot cost
for said aewer must be mad In writing to th
council and filed with the auditor within 15
day from the date of tbe first publication
of thl notice, 1 and aald objection will b
heard and . determined by tb council befor
the paasage of th oidlnanc assessing th cost
for said aewer,
- North Portland
Blk 20, lot 6, Mark A. Mayer.......,!
Blk 20, kit 5, Murk A. Mayer........)
Blk 2i, lot 4, Mark A. Mayer..,,..,;
Blk 20,, lot 8. Murk A. Mayer. .......
Blk 20, lot 2. Mark A. Mayer........
Big i. Kit a. Mark a. Mayer
Blk "15. kit 9. Jacob Mayer.,
Blk 15, lot 8. Jacob Mayer. ; . . ,
Blk 10. west lot 7., Mary Mattl ,
Larson .. t
Blk 15. eaat H lot 7, Annie Godskesen ,
Blk 15, kit 6, Jscob Mayer..........
Blk 15, lot 5,. Jacob Mayer..,..,..,.
Blk 16, lot 4, Jacob Mayer,,........
Blk 15, lot 8. Jacob Mayer..,,.,..,..
Blk 15, lot 2, Jacob Mayer.......... ,
Blk 15, lot 1, Jacob Mayer.
Blk 12. lot- 4, Everett Kenton....,...,
Blk 42.-lot3Evortt- Fenton '
Blk' 12, kit 2, Everett Fenton. ....... .
Blk 12. lot 1, Everett Fenton. ..... ..
Atkinson's Addition to th city of
Portland ,
Blk 2. -t 6. H. P. Nelfers.. "
North Portland 1, i - '
Blk 21, lot 6, Peter P. Hagen........
Blk 21, lot 5. David W. Llchtenthaler
. Estste. Heirs of
Blk 21. lot 4. David W, Llchtenthaler
Estate, Heirs ot
Blk 21. lot 8, David W. Llchtenthaler
Estate, Heir of .
Blk 21, lot 2. David W. Llchtentbslef
Eststo, Heirs of
Blk 21. north 60 feet of lot 1. David -
W. Llchtenthaler Estate. Helra of..
Blk 14. undivided H M H.
Noble ..
Blk 14, undivided lot 10, IL B.
Noble .. ,
Blk 14,' undivided lot 11, H. B.
Noble .. '
Blk 14. undivided "4 lot 12, H. E.
Noble ,.-
Blk 14, undivided 'A lot 13, H. K.
Noble .'
Blk 14, undivided 14 lot 14, H. B.
Nobl . :'. .............. . , --L.
Blk 14, undivided 14 lot 15, H. B.
Nobl .. 1
Blk 14, undivided H lot 16, H. E.
Noble .. .
Blk 14, undivided 14 lot IT, H. S.
Nobl.. '
Blk 14. undivided 14 lot 9, B. M.
Lombard
Blk 14, undivided 14 lot , 10, B. M.
Lombard .
Blk 14. undivided 14 lot 11, B. M.
Lombard .,
Blk 14. undivided 14 kt 12, B." M.
Lombard -. ....... . ,.
Blk 14. undivided 14 lot 13, B. M. .
Lombard . ,
Blk 14. undivided 14 lot 14, B. M.
Lombard ....,-..
Blk 14, undivided 14 lot 16, B. M.
lionibard
Blk 14, undivided 14 lot 16, B. M.
Lombard .,
Blk 14. undivided 14 lot IT, B. M. .
Ijomhard .. . ............. .
Blk 14. undivided Vj lot 9. David
W. Lichtenthiiler Kstste. Heirs of..
Bfk 14, undivided H lot 10. Dsvld
W. Llchtenthaler Estate. Heir of..
Blk 14. undivided - H kit 11. Dsvld;
W. Licbtenthsler Estate, Heir of.,
Blk 14. undivided 14 lot 12. David
W. Llchtenthaler Estate, Helra of. ,
Blk 14, undivided H kit 13. David ' '
W. Llchtenthaler Estate, .Hein of..
Blk 14, undivided H kit 14. David
W. Llchtenthaler Estate, Heir of..
Blk 14. undivided H lot 16. Dsvld
W. Llchtenthaler Estate, Helm of.. '
Blk 14. undivided 1 lot 16, David
W. Llchtenthaler Estate, Heirs of..
Blk 14. undivided '4 lot 17. David
'W. Llchtenthaler Estate, Heir of..
Blk 13, lot 4, Jacob Mayer
Blk 13, lot 5, Jacob Mayer
Blk 13, ;ot 6, Jkeob Mayer
Blk 18, lot T. Jacob Mayer
Atkinson' Addition to th City of
Portland - - . :,,
Blk 1. lot 6. Joseph Supple..........
Belch's . Addition to th city of
Portland
Blk 822. north 14 feet of west 81. T
feet of lot 6, Bernard Fink. -
Blk 822, north 14 feet of east 9 feet
of lot 6, J. 0. Mack '
Blk 822, north 12 feet of lot S, t. G.
Mack ..
Blk 822, north 8.5 feet of lot 4, J O.
Mack '
Blk 822, north 4.6 feet of west H .
lot 3, Louis 8wanson . . 1 -
Blk 822, north 4.6 feet ot esst 14 of
lot 8, Charlie and Sauna Johnson,,..
10.20
86.70
Jtfl.TO
86. TO
20.2:1
44.20
86.70
86.T0
18.35
1H.35
86.T0
86.70
86.70
.18.70
211.20
44.20
36. TO
.86.70 .
80. TO
10.40
iT.es
18.15
25.10
25.85
26.TS
86.80
20.80
7.05
T.05
T.05
fT.0S
T.0S
7.10
T.10
(.20
8.95
7.10
T.10
7.10
T.10
T.10
T.OS
T.05
6 20
8.95
14.15
14.15
14 15
14.15
14.15
14.15
14.15
10.40 ,
17.90
28.80
28.80
28.80
10.85
16.40
1.60
.50
1.75
1.60
.70
,T0
Total
1 i , .81.298.10
THOMAS 0. DEVLIN.
au'uiot oi in tuy 01 roruana.
February 15. 1904. , .
COMPLETION AND ACCEPTANCE OF IM- f
PROVEMENT OF SKIDM0RE STREET.
Notlc i ' herehv given that William ' n .'
ISUIott. CltV ene-lncer. has filed In tha ofc
,.f tha undersigned notlc that Bechlll Broa..
contractor for th Improvement of Skldmov
street, under th provisions .of ordinance No.
13,626, hsve completed ssld street from th
center Hue nf Grsnd svenus to tb center lln
of Esst Hlxtb street. -
Said acceptance will be considered hy th
exeeutlv board at 4 o'clock, on ra 19th day
ef February, 1904, and objection to th ac
ceptance ot aald atreet, or any part thereof,
may b flled in th offlc of th undersign)!
at any time prior thereto.' '
, THE" EXECUTIVE BOARD,
By THOS. C. DEVLIN,
Auditor of th City of Portland.
February 13. 11)04.
-. NOTICE. . '. . - - 1 . '
Notlro fa hereby given that th undersigned
have filed In the ofllc nf the auditor of th
city of Portland a petition praying for th
vacation of that portion of Kearney street la
th city of Portland, Oregon, lying between
tha west line of Ninth etreet and tb eaat
line of Tenth street. In' said city, and that
tsld petition praying tor th vacation ef said
portion of aald atreet will be presented to the -council
of ssld city at a regular meeting of
ssld council to be held on Wednesday, th 16th "
day ot March, 1904, at tb hour of 2 o'clock
p. m.
COLUMBIA ENGINEERING WORKS. '
A. ,.Br " M- Wears. President.
COLUMBIA ENGINEERING" WORKS.
. "y "red Hesse, Secretary.
WAKEMAN A MOR8B Til ANHFEIi tH).,
.Br A. P. Morse. Prestrtent.
WAKEMAN ft M0R8K TRANSFER CO..
. m m . Br u' B- akeoisn, Secretary,
Dated February , 1904, " ,
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