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WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 181W.
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Daily, row Month 00. IV Advance.
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THE OnEQONIAN'8 DISGRACE.
To show our tutor contempt for the
dishonest, cowardly and uriKentlomatily
policy of tlio OrcKOnlan nt timeu toward
thoo it hntos or fenrn wo publish Mrr.
Dtinniway't nddrwa nt Grand Itapidi.
it is a grand utlrons, In every way
worthy of a leader with tlio lionrt iirnl
brains to cjkuo a noblo cnunc anil
mnko -ncrlficos for Immunity rotno-
thing inconceivable to tlio narrow, etab-in-tho-baok
manager of OrugnnV
only .metropolitan no-wapa'air. Mm
Djtmiwuy in everyway bruin
ler, liao mora Jionrt und mini,
patriotism nud ioynlity, tlmn tlio
pcrtfouH.ivho control thu Oregon Inn und
who nllow dirty Itlrallna to uwj it for
any foul pur now. Mr. Hcott'x nhilitlf
nil count for nothing mo long an ho per
mltfl a policy on hi pa pur that
lowers! It in tlio untlmntioii
of falriniiided mt'ii ImiIow tlio highway
tnau who knock tlio privnto cltlon
down on tlio nlreot for purpurea of rob
bety. Ha cunnot rivo in thoimtinmtloii
of the pcopla, my nothiiiK of bin ambi
tion to becomo United Stntun wtiiator,
until ho wmm to nllow hid
paper to bo ukmI to ii'wiHiiuiito
.' private character. Ho ban IiIh Monday
lnuo publish an alleged Integrum from
'galum, (that novur wiw Balom but wiu
written In bin own oflit while ho l
away) to enablu it to ohargo the alitor
of Tun Journal with a dwlro to gut be
fore llm public und u cowardly iimluivn
tion that ho may have boon an acquaint-
0110) of tho Director of the Mint Ixjforo
Mr, Robert was a good jndgo of churno
tor. Yo Qodi, what noblo jourualUim I
The Journal has at all tluitf ahpwn nil
duo and propar riwpoct to Mr, Bcott, as
; u pioneer Journalist. Hut if In hi ab-
, , Hcncu hu permitn font oownrdly hireling
,"pupjH!t, who own nothing morally,
physically or flnaiioially, to dutidr
I'thOeo whohnvB nuvor luArmml thyin.tho
time hsw como to uxpoMo and .ttnll down
a policy that it a UMiiaito to every oiti
m in Orison.
, Tioiowra that be too friitmily sit
down on an ovll ui If it wvx nnjnvurtl
IdoihuhiKMl U m
It U a woiaan'a
glury to be Uoug
nil ranatiU In a
fvulniBc war Her
ht to bv aay jhylcl wckn-M afi'tctlug
tbe drllotc, Mcll oryanUm vtblcti I in
volved In Biotliet hood. To Iniutr th rota
p)te btUlh und normal capWIUr ol thl
HUMt Important nuucturv. U the jmruowr of
Vt, 1'lcrc" l'arorite lrciciitioti. It git
ttHi and vltall(7 to the rntiic urrvou aya
tcM; aad atienetU and vigor to the ait to
Um of taattfniiy It maka niotttcihoud
' ptlMt, aafa and comoaratlreljr ray and
rlii woatkr wotUtur cauacitjr U ratio r4ld (a
. ."r" DrlnK of Mr A Block. No ii
liifc)B, Trratoo, N J , wh Tllf-j "ll.
M Uttaf Ir ritrvf rarartle rrcaultxUi
twr,Mf CMtaBtmfBl wllh tar autn dJM,
aa X MC iMbrmblr. ud It b4iurU nit o tuuU
I a an eas turn ana rvH wtH mm r
yaH a, e th ih f Jauannr. ohm
mtnuff w 6c NloM vein my Mt mir
nil m ii it fcf eier wrcka Willi Ibvatla si
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aM Aotaff PW'r all m work tncfulU
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MM (IHMito I ibtaK I aia aoiajf
my hMh 10 01 an) jvr ui4
f tn greateit hlpa tuetJiw can
roach aj the
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Mt MWKt (a lf
(Hwatrattd book, the ,ro
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We are not only willing, but
anxious that you should
Blue serge suits
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They have passed throughlilTe
hands of expert designers,
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257 Commurclnl St.
HOW TO WIN.
Abigail Scott Duniway Tells How to
Secure the Ballot.
The Oregon Suffragiit Leader Plead
the Only State Where a Suffrage
Amendment Is Pending,
Ohaxo IUriDi, Mich., Mny
HOW TO WINTIIK HALUrr,
Wan tho Hubject of an addrcH dullv
urcd lcforc the National Convention of
tho National American Woinan'i 8uf
frago AAOciallon, lat night by Mm.
Abigail Hoott Duniway, of l'ortland, Or.,
-ho nald :
Coming ah I do from the far Pacific,
where the "tin at night ninkn down into
tli0iwfl,togreotnconvcntioii of co-worker
from tho far Atlantic, whoro tho nunat
morn rloeii out of the tea; mid Htandlug
hero upon the central Dwell of thu Mid
dle Went, where tho tun at high noon
klxBOH tho heaving Iwhoiti of thu mighty
inland Hea,that niiBwors back tolvnutnnd
Went tho echoing ong of liberty, I real
ize tho imiHirtauroof my deiru to upcuk
to tho entiro continent Much tornjKiml
wonln m uliiill help to further unite our
common iiiterunU in the great work
that convunofl iin.
Tho Unit fact to lw coiiHidorttl, when
working to win thu ballot, in that there
I but one way by which wo may Itopo to
obtain it, and that In by und through the
nlllrmative Yotett of men. Wo may
theorize, organize, nppeul, argue, coax,
cajole, and threaten mun 'tllldootuhday;
we may neoure their pettlngM, prolwiH,
llattory, and every uppuuranco of nr
quleHcenc in ourdumaudri wo may Imj
Hove with all our heartn in tho niucuroty
of thuir proiulite! to vote ax wo dictate,
but nil of thin will nvall im nothing tin
letM thuy ileK)iilt their ulllrmathtj voton
in thu ballot box.
Kvury man who tdopn to arguo the
caou an an opponent telUui that hloven
woiiHtiii and while wondering imiuh that
lie khould eoimlilor luch a iloolanttlon
necotMtry, I have ulwayH admired the
loyal spirit that proinptu iu utterance.
Hut, gentlemen, and I am proud In
iIkh! to o Much n line ui(linco of you
hero tonight, there l another aide to
thin oxpreiNion of loyalty. Not only N
our movement not ImdigatiHl in a nplrit
of war fare between the next, but it in
viigoiulunMl altogotlujr in the spirit oi
harmony, and iuler-daHmdeiiro lw
twoen men and women, hiioIi t wttx the
ovhlajit denlgii'ol the great Crwitor w hen
Jio placet fathem and luotliom, brothers
and KUterH iu tho name homo and fain
lly. U'o urw glad to be uMitml that you
lovowuiuttn, but wenro doubly glad to
bo able to on proiwr otwluti iuhI In
every suluble way to return tit om
pllinwit. No gtMxl onuaXmiflwgiBt, will
any longer permit yoa U jiunoyJUp all
tho pretty iwohe alwut thtyotlivr ox.
Kvory good woman In tho world like
men u groat deal better that vhe llkw
Moinon, and Ihwro imi't a wio womnii In
nil Iblii goodly land who bm't proud to
ay no, U'o like j-ou, geutlomou, ami
you etuinot helt it. Wo couldn't holp it
if wo wo would, and we wouldn't help U
U wo could. You like iu nlao bwHiuce
you oanuot help it. Ood made thu noxw
to match eaeh other. Hhow mo a wouiuii
who doon't llko men, and I will show
you a ourHulod, vimgar vUigcd pHii-
luon of tinfortuuuto femininity who
uwim the world nu niHilouv fur liv-
tm? in it at all trawl tho very lKt thing
alie miilil do for her country, provided
ahohiul a country, umi1.1 n to atenl
awtty awl die In tho company of tlio
man whodtHKUi't like womwi. Iuunlerto
gain the vwt of uim, m w ean wlw
the ballot, we muU aJmw them that mo
arv iuapirwl by tho name pntrlotte mo
tivee that IihJum thorn to prlio it. A
home without a man lit it, U only a
half a' home, A govornment without
women in it. I only half a government
Man without a wmnan i liko oiuvhalf
of a pair of dinlcatoil alieara. Woman
without man U like ouvhal( of tho miiho
diwblcxl Implement, 'sMalo and fumale
crtitod Jio them," lutith thojtdgher law,
and to Uiwn Ravo Ho dominion ow
every living thing upvi tho Mrth-cxocpl
Thirty year ago. when I lga my
humble effort for ccuriiig tho enfran-
ciilMniPHt ol women, away out upon
the alHglng thorot of the IWiilo oa,
mwi everywhere imaging, at flut. that
the mevwnent waa intttdel to tkprfiti
jTt'ty omit' to lv knwn t
i"i m vv. i iMtinwnw (x
nAii..H k Hitiuia alwatkt iltun, tt.u A . ..m
ruled by women. But they thought
mpremancy- orcr Uiem was what wo
men were after, and they met tho
theory with hoarw guffaws of good
natured laughter. I had previously had
much experience wiUi the genus mas
culine, not only with my good hnnband.
but with a large family of song.
It is needlem for me to tell you,
after thia confession, that t am not
young, and you can rev for yotuolvoa
that I am no longor handsome.
The fact that men for the tnwt part
contented themolvefl in thorn early
uaya of the suffrage movement with
exhibitions of ridicule, I accepted at a
good omen. If you wtah to convince a
man that your opinion is logical and
juMt, you have conquered the outer
citadel of his rexontmont wiion he throws
back his head and opens his mouth to
laugh. Show me a FoIomn-lged
voter, with a face an long as the Pun
tatouoh, and I will show you a man with
a Kiut w littlo that it would have ample
room to dance inside of a hollow mu
tard feed. Having tickled your oppon
ent with a little notiMiipe, that at flret
was ticcemry to arreft his attention,
you must then Ira careful to hold the
ground you have gained. Your next
step miift bo to impress upon inon that
wo are not intending to interfere in any
way with their right and we ai-k is to
Ira allowed to decide for ourrolves as to
what our rights shall be. They will
then very naturally ask, what effect our
enfranchisements will have upon their
politics? Visions of riotous scenos In
political conventions will arise to fill
them with apprehensions, a the poi
ibility occurs that women, if enfran
chised, will only double the voto and
augment HUin uproar. They will re
call partisan banquets, at which men
have tarried over cups and pipes un
til they rolled under tho table, or were
carried off to Iwd on shutters. Very
naturally men everywhere object to
welng reputable women, and especially
tholr own wives, engaged in such ex
ISut our mighty men of the Pacific
Northwest are troubled very little by
these vagaries. Thoy realize as they
sleep off tho results of their latest politi
cal banquet, that at every public func
tion In which their wives participate
there is a notable absence of any sort of
dissipation. Thuy remember that in
formor times, Isiforo good women had
joined them In the mining camps,
mountain towns, nud on thu batchelor
furms, such scenes as often transpire to
day nt men's great gatherings, wero so
common us to uxcits little comment.
It was the advent of good women in the
Isinler territories that changed ull this,
and eliminated tho bad woman from
social life, just as the ballot will eventu
ally eliminate the bad women from xllt
luullife, whoio she now too often
reigns supreme, having everything her
own way. lly tho very uharm of
women's, presence, thoy brought those
changes nlsmt on the 1'ueillc const in
ssjlal life, and men Isjgan to wonder
how they hud endured tho old conditions
Isiforo tho women joined them; und
now, quite naturally, thoy are learning
to apply the rule to politics, And so our
men of tho l'uclllc const are
not alarmed, us many men an
iu older status, lest women, If al
lowed to hecomo equul with them
selvus Ixiforo thu law, will forget thwir
natiiral.duties, awl natural womanliness.
If, however, any man grow's timid, mid
oxhiblts symptoms of alarm, as thsy
sometimes do, evon in Oregon, lost the
Istllotted women will feixike the
kitchen sink, at which she has always
Ishui protected without wages or
abandon tho cooking stove, the rolling-
pin, thu wash.tub and the ironing
Isianl, nt which she has always Ikmiii
shcllded without salary we remind
him that housekeeping and home-making
are like everything dee, undergoing
n complete prtMitsn of evolution. Wu
show him that there is no more reason
why every loaf of bread should be
baked In a different kitchen, than there
is why every bushel of whcil should be
ground in n different mill. Wo slww
him that the laundry is dwtinwl here
after to kop Hee with the thrushlng
machine', the erettinery with tbe spin.
ning jenny awl H).er ItHoii ; the fruit
daiiiinry with the groaMttiir mill ; th
lUh.washor with Mrtv-'fi.team drivim
inanglo, und thu Utkery with the ready
made clothing store.
When women hnvo been voters Una
unough to have aevpilitnl reoogultioii of
tiieire.unt prwjHirty rights with msn,
tho wrvant girl prohlam will settle it
solf. When that tlmo ftjrjes,ther will Ihi
no moru work U(t to do In tho hum
tlwu the wife and mflther Otyi wrform
with comfort b. herself awl household ;
awl tho Korwtut girht of uilay will titw
find aystomatie empjoi'inttnt In tho great
lactone, wiiero tool ami clothing ar
muiiufacturwl by rulo.' This uv.dutioii
" Hiroaiiy ihjiii wiin tlio woman
tyswrttr. AJjftti shar voryhro;
pretty, tidy, ftsi", wllli ) rlWwi, w a
flwr at her thrhat, Intont uinm hr
Wurk, uwl sun to get hor wy. IImi
ran tho inothur (or the sake of h)f,
her huslmwl, and ehllilrtHi, pnnn.rve wr
health, her Iwauty, ami bar mantttl
vUr. Then oan she U an advtstir in
thu honv the statu, thu ohnwh, awl tho
Kiiool, remaining m to a ripe old ng.
Hut women ouu navur have the ojv
nartunlty or the iiawur to ahivt Dui
rwults, oxcoptiii isolated ttos, tilt
they aro voter awl law makers; myl
newr owu then, till thuy Imvo Iwd
tlmo to aivitru by legUhuiou the ispval
pwjwrty right that they havo oarne.1
with men from tho beginning.
All evolution proceed ulnwly Women
under noruul cwndiiioiu, aro eudution
ists.audwu rwxxilutionMs. aa ia aboMH
by twJr aduft a rotors in NViumg
Ivlormlo. UteHlba IdaU,. Yoir i.Wl
lotrftArtoi' aim in hi,. i
U put HtRCSn hsaianWHi HU i.m..
ohlldwM,4gniJu ih 8tt). .
Mary A. Uvrmr, at th kA f
tho Sanitary Ctm4! dursg mr
9-Knstt mterncainv war
The fort of 'the
body Ja the
ease can only
tEADS TO WEAK
NESS ALL OVEM
thus euro indi
pation, biliousness, malaria, and all kid
ney ami liver troubles.
nrrsident of the National Hcd Cros
Society, and Oregon's own Mrs. Craigh
ton, prescient of tlio naUonal White
Cross Association, havo each proved the
eataeityot the American woman for
rescuing the race from the nwfiil con
seouencosof war; while every soldier
provos by the rdry fact of his existence,
that some motliur has Isirne a son at
her iHJril, terhaia to bo shot in Iwttle.
The very best houso-kceisirs nnd home
makers In America are among the equal
suffrage platform workers, the editor of
the "Ladles Home Journal" to the con
trary notwithstanding. They may
know bettor than to ruin their oyos
over Mr. Uok's latest fads in "Batten
burg" or shatter their nerves over his
mental Croatian in crazy stitches, but
thoy can and do raiso men and women,
like the sons and daughters of Lucretia
Mott, Mary A. I.ivormorc, Kmiiy B.
Ketchum, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Lily
Dcvcreux Blake, Abigail Bcott Duniway,
Lucy Stone Blackwell, I-flizaboth Boyn,
ton Harltert, Harriet Beechor Stowo
ami Julia Wanl Howe.
Hut, your most imjtortant jioint, if
you Iiojh! to win the ballot at ull, is to
convince the nverago voter that in seek
ing your liberties, you are equally
anxious that he shall preserve Ids own.
Voit may drive, or lead a horse to water,
but you cannot make him drink. Nor
our i you lend any man to vote for your
onfrnnchisomont till you huvo first con
riured him that by so doing he is not
placing you iu a tsisition where you
may, If you ohooo, trample ujon any
of his rights, whether they lx fancied or
real, healthful or harmful. Kvury
woman knows that she eaunnt rule her
own husband.. The man who would bo
ruled by his wife wouldn't bo worth
eorralling in tho chlmnuy corner, after
she had driven him home. What is
trtie of mon iu tho abstract, is equally
true of men in the aggregate. I cannot
too strongly imiircss upon you, good
sisters, the fact that wo will never gut
the ballot till the crack of doom if wo
jmrslst iu demanding it as a whip with
which to scourge tho roal or apparent
vices of thu present voting clashes. If
we can mnko men willing to Ira reformed
thoy will then reform themselves.
Hero is whuro womun Inn in the lust
two deendes made her greatest blunder.
Whenever she demands the ballot, not
simply Ih-ouiiso It is her right to jo.sos.
it, hut lsicnUKo by its use she expects to
nieonstruet the penus man by law, on a
Imsis of her own choosing, she only sue
cc(hIm iu driving nulls into tho closed
eoiliu lid of her own and other women's
Men know iutuitlyely that tho right
to representation In the legislature is a
right as inestimable to us as to them ,
that it is formidable to tyrants only.
They do not believe themselves to lie
tyrants, awl will resent the Implication
that they are such, to the bitter owl.
They also know that "womon In giving
existence to tho soldiers, suffer their full
share of the ixuwlttes awl iiorils of ox-
istenee, equaling all the Itormrs of war.
So when they say "womwi must light if
they vote," it is winy iu tho awful glare
of tho tragedies of the pntscut yeur, to
ciiiivinet them in thn words of Joaquin
Miller, Oregon's gretst pout, that
Ttmh-ye( tnttka tint .- iw NMtght,
Ar fought by U. molW'. ut Mm."
When men claim to roprcttint us, it is
nut dilllrult if we are always careful not
to make them angry, t" jwve b them '
tlwt thoy don't. Men iwvor say, If any
woman is nctuiecd of crime, "May it
pIUM the court awl the jury, 1 repre
sent this womau, imnish hid."
No man mivv Jata of Nazuroth, our
Divinely oummlssbnwd ekler brother,
has vr yot nppearo.1 Isjforo the Iwr of
Clod or iiwh, awl offer! UUhmH as pro
ivitlattoti far the aiws, .UlUs, or tax of
Many good hmm obct to womou do
ing Jury duty. Tway ftwi frtichttin the
timltl by mylnx, "how would ym like
to Im lockml up in Ut jury room with
ohn-vu wwi?" I nttt't umlerstand why
sti many ihsh imatciiw that If women
sliould ohdm W allowoil tlnalr right t
mU, they wumhl imnr thereafter d.i
anything ofc Uut v-K, vote. wt, vote
Nur win I ,Wrtdied auuther faiu
equally absunl. that just a u us
womumi aro inw, thwy will all U eoni
mlW to sit all tw time on junoa; and
evtry own uJ umt uiifortiinate jurors
will always Imyi us many little children
as Jr Jotiu Hwgws oi historicul inwa
fj'Jawl ho matter wiwt the etate !
hiir health, awJ Lke mxsU w ntk
betM huslwwl. awl "nin small ht
lrm otc, she will still bo, en tho jury .
awl tlwt Jry will &wy bo aomiKvusl
m-i wiman ami otevon uiot. Such
aswnmpUoRs nr too absurd t( refuta
tion ; hh1 but (or the faet that tlwy
KMiieUMea bdHg eut HjJtivo wtos, we
wouH Hot uoOe thaiH. Mon and
woHion alw-aytj haw twn, and always
will N, xcm1 frm jurj dutytor
AgHiH, we MHiMr)r win tw) ballot by
demawttHg it 1h the intervst of any par
(VNUittu vn xut4 r.
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The ecviousinvalt who were dttermined to
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line, tw doorn tooth of rxntoaice.
PboaN 1 and 1 WW Aw
You Can Get
a Lower Berth,
i Ith one exception the turouirh
...v u..MWu iiiiunaoiv Wi11.HH.l1
oxccptlon Is our St pai.
On the limited
footu and to
tlioru U usually
Don't Infer that It Is neither
? 1 ir ,,oe t.eon St
Paul and Chlcairo. On the con.
trury, there Is 00 more beautiful
train Irj America. It has electric
l.ht, steam heat, wldeveuSule!
tbe most MtUfaetory dlnlnir-car
tower berth fur everrbodr,
Ges'l Airoat, Portbnd. Or
T. J. SULLIVAN,
A MICA llnenf irrvruta ..J ...1..
hand, fcjmu m up. pIbiT K
a .7 iw 'u'u.cea, ai 1
...M .. ,..b. ,,
RED' FRONT LIVERY
First-Class Feed and Boarding
101 Commercial Street.
W'm ULLREY, Prop.
Best Rigs, for Commercial Men
StablM in aame block Hotel Willamette.
sfySafe teams and comfortable rig
for ladles and family driving a spec
ialty. Horses boarded by day, week
or month and best of satisfaction
guaranteed. 31 tf
We Can Save JrTou Money
On Pdnltry and Lawn fencing
bnrb wire and rhlnglea. Carprnter
hop In connection, Phone IS
SALEM ICENOIS WORKS,
Waltkb Morlby, Prop,
d.Mi-lm 10 Utate Street.
J7'UT7. give your enlarging
VY Ax y WOrk.to traveling
men when you can get it done
at home for the same money
and know what you arc gctt'ng
W. D. Rogers, Prop.. 65 State St.
Steam Dye Works
No. 105 Commercial street,
opposite Willamette hotel.
Ladles' and gentlemen's
clothing cleaned, dyed, re
paired aud pressed. Fine
blankets cleaned nr dyed
and nicely finished. Kid
gloves cleaned, 10c: dyed
The Geo, M, Beclcr
Always to the front with best
rates and policies In the leading
Do you want woric, or need help
of any kind? Apply at once.
Property to .tent. Register
2S8 COMMKltClAL STRKCT, SaLKM.
We will shoe your horse, build or
repair your wagon or Implements
Being located to May our patrons
have a guarantee that our work will
be satisfactory. Shop 100 Chemeketa
street. Telephone 2705. M tf
Oregon Slion Line Railroad
The Direct Home to
Montana, IM. Colorado
and all Eastern Points
!lvi ehnlre ol two favorllo routes, via the
Union Pnolfic Ka-t Mall Une, or Hi
Itlo Grand a Hccitlc I.lutw.
Look at tho time
H Dayf to Salt Lake
2i Days to Denver
3i Days to Chlcauo
4i Days to New York
Free HCflllnliiK Clmlr Cars. l'nhnUterl T.m
lit SlevpliiK Cars, ami I'ullmuu l'aliuv
Blfni oimratist on all imlu.
Kor further Information apply, In
DOISK A llAIIKKIt. AnentJ.&ilein.
W. K. COMAN, (ien'l Aiient
C-a TERRY. Trav. Past. Agt
121 Third St.. Port lanJ
TAKE THE I
Canadian Pacific R.R I
And mo Pacific Linei
. . lioitoi
!"" c"t ana southeast
rheajt ratas, betveiviee and accommo
Through tourist sleepers to Mlnnearmll,.
wi-,ch7r,' Mon,'", " Lt
Canadian Pacific Railway CVs. Fuprtvis
ineof steamships to Japan and China
Tre lain-. ml fin... .1,1.. -l .. ..
Shortest and Ihi roule ,u ,h,
, H..,s H,(v,w nuiii un me I.M.Mbr
Canadian Australian S. S. Co
To Honolulu, Fiji n
shortost route t the ookmies.
, XT' ,Q !? .1d .n '"'onnation ca
Ofhce 1'lM.nc Nl 4 2S3 Commercul
ReSKlsoce Phone .No. 55. Sale,. Oa
A, ..a ,...-, . . . ABIMIT
-B ., ., ,, (rce, i-of,!,,,
,Wn1 Acent. Vancouver
O. C. T. Co's
LKAVK8 FOR POItTbAND
U.a.lar W .la.Uy and l"Tiday at a in.
Ql'U'K TOIE AND CIICAP RATES.
DoocbetweeoSlaU and I'ortiJu.
M. V BALDWIN. AwnL
irH4lkHU or UanU.
i la m r m iff . .... u-.
tn tail Cm uOa. " ri .
mld S Iu.tt,
m m, UslCrSSL
-l Mai (K4UM
ASSfp w lut.... V
4Srv Owi.im 1 H
ak r a,. 31
EAST AND SOUTH
ruE SHASTA RO'JTE
Southern, Pacifte Co
EXrXKS" TRAMS RUN DAUY
7:00 P Ml Lv... 'Portland. ..Ar i8o AM
o.'4S r m Ar. . . .Satem . . . . Ar 1 5:25 a m
7 .'45 A m) Ar. San Francisco .Lr ( 7.,oo P m
5foo p M Ar Ogden ... Ar HloPM
6:05 PM Ar Denver. . Lv 645PM
6.40 AM Ar , . . . Omaha , . . . Ar 8 50 A M
8-15 P H Ar .... Chicago ....Lv 6,30 PM
7.00 a m Ar. . . Los Angeles. . .Ar 9 25 r it
8-15 PM Ar... El Paso.... Ar 8.35 PM
4,15 PM Ar.. ..Fort Worth.. ,,Ar 8.40 a M
7.5S Am Ar.. .New Orleans. ..Ar 840pm
Pullman hrst-class and toutist sleeping cars
attached to all through train . Tourist cars
through to Chicago without change.
ROSl'BURO MAIL, , DAILY.
830 A M ) Lv. ,
IO55 AM Lv..
520 PM) Ar .
430 r u
1 50: t H
730 A M
WEST SIDE DIVISION.
BKTWKICN PORTLAND AND CORVALLIS.
Afall tiains daily except Sunday.
730 A M
5. '50 P M
I. '20 P U
At Albany and
trains of the C. & E,
EXPRESS TRAIN DAILY KXCKPT SUNDAY.
450 PM) Ly .. .Portland. ...Ar
730 p M J- Lv. . . .McMinnvUIe Lv
8:30 p M ) Ar Independence Lv
8.-25 A M
r s--5 a m
4:50 A M
Direct connections at San rranctsco with
steamship lines for HAWAII, IAPAN,
CHINA, THE PHILUPINE5 and AUS
TRALIA. For throuch tickets and rates call a W.
W. SKINNER, Depot Agent, or C- D.
uAUKiLUun tity tic
Icket Agent, 232 Com-
merdal St Salem Or.
. K. K0E1JLER, Manager.
C. II. MARKHAM G. F. it P. A. Portland
Salt Lake. Denver Ft,
Worth, Omaha, Kansas
City. St. Louis, Chicago
Walla Wallf, SpoEuie,J
Duluth, Milwaukee Chi
cagu and East
8 p m
For San Francisco.
Sail everyjive da) a
To Astoria and way land
.... B .A .A . . .
. . J. .1.
7115 P m
l'ortland, Newburg and
I hor Dayton
3130 P m
orvallis Albany and
10 a ra
I'tvulen to street crif line at Oreg City
II the steamerg arc delayed -there - ouud
tnptickeUto allpoinuin Oregon. Washing,
ton, or California. Connectioa made at. Pott,
land with all rail, ocean andriver lines
I W. II. 1IURLI1URT.
. .. . . . ('en'' P AR- Portland, Or.
O. M. POWERS, Agent, Trade street dock
IJOISE Sc BARKER,
Corvallis k Eastern Railroad
Cmiiiectiim at YAQUINA with the
VAQUIXA BAY STBAMSIIIP COMPANY
ttrt-oliws: In every re ect. The abort
ueaiaer Is due to sail from Yanlna
nerj- eight da-n.
8hortft Route detweeji
Bcfueca Ysllej Points and 8so FrineisM
Fare: Albany and Polnu West to San Kranclsc
T F. A P. A.
J. TURNER. Agent. Albany. Ore.
IVILUUETTE RIVER DIVISION
STEALER WM. .M. HOAG,
Captain Ceo. Raabe.
RuunlnR between Portland and Corvallla,
tupping atall way landing."
DOWN - TueUrh ThuraUyi and Sundays.
Leaves Corvallts s a. to,
Uvc AlUnr-n . 7 a. rn,
lisarei Uoua vu' a a. ui
Ueavea I ivl-i'ii-'f ''' ,.,...,.. a n
-10 a. m
HI Mondays. Wednesday, and Fridays,
Leave "o"d ,. 6 r
Leaves Newherf 10 jo..,
Leave Balem...... l:aon m
luriw Iml.iiAfi.l.tiiu . ' "' -
?--- I T. .. auin in
Uare Uaena VUta
Tlie steamar has been
equipped with ,flt.
Dl.ua. TOraH,,w". maindln- an elegant
tngS?4 taT frry,n frelKht aad
OoikMUtf Stat street. y
C. MAERTZ. Atat.
Thee Is only one
In town to get a
If you are a Hianger..sV
your neihbrr, b wfll tell
vou to go to W.W.JOHNS
jus babk of the Kd K oat
Dru. Stare. 4-ijd wtni
j. -- j Jfe ,