The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190?, June 06, 1895, Image 4

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being
Marcb
lS'Jo.'
$144,813
7.5t
42a,t527
154, 1S5
l.TW.-lll
we.
except
and knit
Cloths
Dress jpxxls, wo.
en's and child
ren's 57ii,l57 1,S5 1,047
Knit fabrics 37,556 76,'.03
Shawls 5,634 20,231
Yarns 22,153 H)2,3C4
All other 51,415 11V.55C
their
zl3, or
ihnn thoy
jol was pro-1
.porta of Ameri-'
dialer free wool is I
$115,000 n year, ami
just bo roiuombereil, '
cludo that Hood of
j that havo been slipped ,
i and which were repot tod i
aaul Meoker. Tho sitnatiou,
.o brielly summed up for tho1
..eiit of woolen njannfactnre.s as
dlows:
LOSSES TO WOOLEN MANUFACTUIiEISS
AM) WORKEnS.
l'cr quarter, l'er year.
Loss of export
trado flo.ioO $G3,S00'
Loss of home
trado 11,4'J3,7G2 43,075,018
Total loss .... 111.5011,712 Hti.tK5S.84S i
Free wool is robbing the Ameri
can woolou manufacturers of a for
eign, innrket to the extent of$15,l50
every three mouths, or at tho rate of 1
$(3,800 a year.
Free wool has robbed tho Ameri
can, manufacturer of a home market
to the extent of $ll,r.l3,7C2 in three
months, or at the rate of $lo,t75,01S
a year.
"I spoak not out of woak surmise ,
but from proof."
LARD
MUST
GO.
since COTTOLENE has come to 1
13 Ke IS rtlari. The .it f.irlnn
with which the people have hailed
the advent of the New Shortening
ittolene
evidenced bv the r.inldlv InrrMS-
Ing enormous sales is PROOF
POSITIVE not only of its great
value as a new article of diet
but is also sufficient proof of the
general desire to be rid of Indi
gestible, unwholesome, unappe
tizing lard, and of all the Ills that
lard promotes. Try
Cottolene
at once and waste no time In
disroverincr like thnncinrlc nf
others that you have now
NO USE
FOR LARD.
REFUSE ALL SUBSTITUTES.
Gemuae made only by
N. K. FAIRBANKS. CO.,i
br. LOUIS and
CHICAGO, NEW YORK. BOSTON.
I
Totals f 1,237,307 $4,320,110
Taking the period since January 1,
when the now law came into effect,
this year, and compariut; the imports
of woolen coods with those of the
corresponding months of 1SU4 we!
find that the increase this year for
the three months was 11.500,000, the
details being here given:
IMPORTS OF MANUFACTURES OF WOOLENS.
Three months
ending March 31.
Articles. 1S91. 1593.
Carpets and carpet- i
ing iUOfiS f473,537
Clothing ready
made, and other
wearing apparel,
except shawls
and knit goods . 154,761 315.S52
Cloths 11,723,097 7.400,040
Dress goods, wom
en's and child- !
ren's 2.370.S1; o,713,12S
Knit fabrics 93,403 203,935
Shawls 17,13y 60,027
Yarns 75,603 505.97S
An other 1S2.754 4M.Q97
Totals H.7G6.73S $16,260,500
Free wool, it appears, has enabled
the foreign carpet mannfactnres to
Bell us more of their carpets. Free
wool has increased the sale of foreign
ready made clothing in the United
States. Free wool has diminished
the market for American manufac
tured cloths by $6,325,000 in three
months, or at the rate of over $25,
000,000 a year, a fact that should be
noted both by onr woolen manufac
turers and the wage-earners whom
they employ.
Free wool has increased the im
portation of women's and children's
dress gootjs by $4,420,000 in three
months, or at the rate of over $17,500,
000 a year. This fact appeals not
only to the manufacturers and wage
earners, but also to all American
women and children who, when buy
ing every yard of foreign goods, are
aiding and abetting in the destruc
tion of American industries and in
the idleness of American labor. Un
less American women and children
can afford to purchase two di esses
instead of one, they should first buy
American cloth, but how many of
them do it!
The increase in oar imports of
knit fabric was $100,000 in three
months; of shawls. $50,000; of yarns,
$430,000, and of ull other woolen
Roods, $312,000. It is thns clear that
free wool is now increasing our im
portation of foreign manufactured
woolen goods at the rate of more
than $45,000,000 a year, and to that
extent lessening the demand for
American made goods.
Now let us look at the other side
of the question and see bow free
wool has enabled the American man
nfactnres to sell their goods in the
markets of the world. We all know
how great a boon free wool was to be
when tho wall of protection was
shattered and onr manufacturers
were enabled to rush onl their goods
by carloads to these markets of the
world, where the people ere ill clad
or half clad, waiting with their
money in their sacks' month to ex
change their gold for American
manufactured woolen goods made of
free wool What is the result?
Here are our exports of American
woolen goods daring the same two
periods under the Gorman Tariff
from January 1 to March 31, 18'Jo;
also daring the corresponding
months in 1895:
EXFOBTS Or AMERICAN WOOLEN GOODS.
Jan. 1 to ilarch 31.
1804 18.)3.
Carpets $74,141 131,013
Flannels and blankets 2,701 3,012
Wearing apparel... 81,778 74,241
All others 37.530 40.205
Nervous Nltuck.
E. XV. Joy CosirANY Gentlemen This l
the first time 1 have attempted to write lot
three years. Hhc w nervous and mc!. ,
that I have laid in UI (or most ul t he time" ,
A friend who hail taken jour SArMtparilln '
cut me two bottle. The second one is iuol '
cone, and 1 have gained 2l mnds. ml surely
feci a new vtoman. 1 wa wtlr. thin, no am
bition. Had riven n j.. as 1 had tried st, many 1
remedies and doctor, hut found no Iwnok' 11 '
yoa care to publish thi jou havemv rvnvit
Alameda, ;
Headache. BilUousnei and Tondd Uer"!l
appear when you take Joy" Vegetable Sars.-
panua.
BUSINESS LOCLAS.
ofmm
A Saliman. the reliable jeweler.
J. T. Bryan, the Busy Watchmaker. !
See the Novelty's new advertisement, i
L. Beltils, watchmaker, Hofrebur, Ore. i
Go to the Koseleaf for the best cigars j
For first-class dentistry go to Dr. Littel
of Oakland. !
Harness of all kinds at low prices ai
G. W. Woodward's.
Prices on wall paper are just rilil at (
Marsters drug store.
Key West, imported and domestic
cigars at the Koseleaf.
If you don't see what you want ask
for it at Marsters' drug store.
Ice cream made for parties ou short
notice at Niece's candy lactery.
Royal Rose and Myrtle Creek flour at
Johnston Grocery, delivered free of
charge.
F. V. ilarne, dentist, in Mark's
boildinz. All kinde of dental work guar
antced.
For sood substantial blacksmithing
cheap, go to McKinney & Manning,
Oakland.
See new line ot mens, boyg, and child
ren's hats at Osburas. Next door to
Review office.
Ready mixed paints in all shades and
colors, and any size packages at Mars
ters' drag store.
Jack Abraham is, in receipt of a cho:ce
line of balbriggan underwear just the
thing for hot weather.
Protect yourself against cold and pneu
monia by wearing a chest protector.
Fine ones at Marsters' drug store.
Now is the time to spray your fruit
trees. Lime, sulphur and bine vitriol for
that purpose at Marsters' drug store.
Jack Abraham still carries a complete
stock of men's and bos' furuishiDg at
lowest cash prices don't you forget it.
Bring your job work to the 1'l.xinde.xl
eb office We are prepared to do the
cheapest and best work south of Port
land. Jack Abraham has accepted the
agency ot Neander, Pershing it Co., for
taking orders for tailor made tails
clothing.
E. Da Gas, phys'ciau and surgeuii.
Office upstairs in MarBters' bl':k
Reeidence oposite of U. B. church.
Calls in town and country promptly
answered.
Call on the J. G. Flook Co. for prices
on their up to date berry crates. Made
of sugar pine, neat and durable. Just
the thing to get your berriej to market
in first-class condition.
A Sovereign Remedy & (pugha
Colds. LaGrippe wdall Affections
o'lhiThroat. Chest and Lvngs.
50cts.$122
TCR TRtttlR.
ABiETiNE?liD.(5.0njyilIe.Ca!.
Sold In A. C. Mnrters & Co,
W. L. Douglas
Ct'CUnG1 IS THE BEST.
9u WiiVtriT roa a kino.
. CORDOVANS
rscKCH a uoMcuxa our.
43.5? FlNE&UJMftN6W
3.50pQUCE.350LE3.
52o2.'W0RKl?,tJMEV,--cxniAriNC-
a
S2.1.75B2YSSCHaiSsa
aATJIES'
W-L.-DOUGLAS
Over One Million People wear the
W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
All our shoes are equally satisfactory
Tbey give the best alae (or the money.
Thcv cqtul costom I hoe In style and tit.
ThrJr wearlnj: quallUes are unsarrasie.
The price arc uniform, stamped on sole.
From Si to S3 si el over other makes.
dealers everywhere. Wanted, agent
to take exclusive sale for this vicinity.
Write at once.
The Nation Educational Associaticn
meets in annual convention at Denver,
Col., in July next. A special rato of 70
from Roeeburg to Denver and return has
been fixed for this occasion. Special
tickets at this rate will be sold ou July
L'nd to5th inclusive. They will be good
going only for 'continuous passage com
mencing on date of sale, They will be
good for return from Denver from July
12th to 15th inclusive; but if detioeitcd
with a joint agent of terminal lines at
Denver, will be made axailable for re
turn on any date up to and including
Avgust 25th next.
COPYRIGHTS.
C.kZ 1 OBTAIN A PATKTTT? Tor a
turn re aarwer aa4 an bonest opinion, wrua to
31 L"S S ot C'.. who ct had nearly Cftr Tears"
exrnenee In the patent bnsuie. Comiasntea
tlocs ftrtctJr eocMentlal. A Unndbook of In
fonsuinn eotxtmcs I'ntrnta and bow to ob
tain tcea fer.t tree. Also a eazatogaa of Decaan
Ical and tamiac books mt free.
l'atents taken tbroucb llor.n & Co. leeelTe
r pecul cot.ee tn tho !clentlBe Amertenn. and
tfacs are broszht widely octnraUie public with
ocl ort to this InTrr.tor. This splendid paper.
itned weekly, e'ecaat ly tllnstrst ed. has by far the
Urre-t r-rrajt a of any Klestlnc work tn the
world. S3 a T -r. Mrr" cfpfes sent free.
rial!c!Icz IVS t;on. monthly. 1120a year. SlcsVa
enpics. certs. Krery number contains bean
ttfcl plates. In color, and cbocoerspbs of new
fcouss. W'th p in, cnablinc bonders to show tha
Utet rtjfi ar. 1 eenrecontrrtt, Addreiia
mcss x i o. new yc:.k. aui buojdwat.
' An agreeable Laxatlvo and Kzktb Toxic
SoIdbyDruiririsUorEcntbytaaiL ScSfc.
and SLOP per package. Samples free.
Tf flft Tho Favorite TKT3 rCSTM
JELV forthoTccthoad BreaUi,Sc.
tor salo by M. h. Rapp. Druggist.
JERRY J. WIL50H,
WatcliiiinKvr and Jeweler,
.tn Jacknon Street,
At I - rx ii ' ' if r' tor.- lli -EBt'RI,.
ToUls 1D0,173 tlSO.lJ
When the American wool grower
was protected under tho McKinley
Tariff our exports of American
woolen goods, from January to
March, 18'Ji, amounted only to 8106,
173, or at the rate of less than 800,
000 a year. This paltry trade was to
be done away with under free wool,
end ship loads and cargoes of woolen
goods were to take the place of this
pitiablo little barter. This was
To the Public.
On and aftr this date, I wish it under
stood that my terms for all undertaker's
goods are cash with the order. 1 find it
impossible to do business on a credit
basis, and ielive that 1 can do better by
my patrons and myself by selling Btrictly
for cash. P. Rkxeihck, Undertaker.
Roseburg, Or., April 12, 1893.
We
Employ!
Young ;
Men
to dlntrltmto
ments la tart payment forbhlxta irrade Anno
bicycle, which wo wml them on approval. No
t work done bsUI the bicycle arrives and proves
j Young Ladies ifel!10
It boytorjfirlt apply theymnstbewcUrecom
t mended, write for particulars.
ACME CYCLE COJIPANY,
ELKHART, IND.
Mb.AU itepulrltiK c-nti tinted to
my care vill lc PHOJIPTI.V and
carefully done.
UK fc- l.f X iS BIr.
9m v? .VST- aw. ;ii I I .
CATARRH
04 I.IHslH,ftasWlnMMHBH
Hsssff f rlsCTH
Try tho Cure!
Ely's Cream Balm
Clcnnsc3 tho Nasal PassaRoe. Al
lays Inflammation. Heals tho Soros.
Restores tho Senses of Taato, 8moll
and ncanng.
A parliclolnnpt'llrilintoenclino'drll nnd
l"i osrrrralilr. Prlef !:() nt IlriiHRlnln nr by
3 r. 1 1 . i:l,Y 1JUOT U VldfA Wcrrcn bt.Ncw York,
D A. DaMOTTA'S
IA1PORTE-D 5TALLI0N,
MONAHCII, will iiinki'tliuhcnsoiiRt Jaiucn
Doiim 8 tlHMes in Jirooklilc. iicair.A
Da.Motlu's slnlik") In ICofcubiirK every Sutuplay.
TKItMS : y,, J10, Jl.V
ill lakucrnlii In vayinciit.
his is the Place
to Buy
Groceries.
A full and complete assortment
of all goods usuallyjkcpt in a first
class grocer'.
Everything offered for sale is'fresh;
and sold at very rcasonableprices.
We have a very choice stock of
canned goods, including both fruits
and vegetables, to which we invite
yourjspecial attention.
Our line of Olives, Gherkins, Pick
els, Sauces, etc., is also complete.
We carry the largest stock of to
baccos in Southern Oregon.
C. W. PARKS & CO., Grocers.
0
0
-THE-
BacA IV ssBsWi.
ssKwsBiw r JltlK
NO "OLD SAWS" IN OUR STOCK.
Among the other Good Tilings we sell this year will be the
PLgN Q a t BJ N D E R
JONES CHHIN MOWER.
Call and Inspect Them.
CHURCHILL, WOOLLEY & IMENZIE
ACKSTS I'OR w
STUDEBAKER WAGONS and OLIVER PLOWS.
ALEXAilDER & oTROttG
THE POPULAR
HOME FURNISHERS....
320 and 328 Jackson St. Bet. Oak auil Washington.
WALL PAPER :
Largest aa.l lkst Assortment ever
southern Otcon anl
A Lr;c and Elegant Line ol
CARPETS.
We call the attention of our
friends to our beauti
ful stock of
Easy Rockers
t Bed Room Sets
UUmjijl Parlor and Dining Chairs
VVVVVJ Rugs and Carpets
And all Household
Articles
Our Stock is
Unexcelled by Any House
South of Portland. ST0
ALEXANDER X STRONG nol'lf rSfigiis
ROSKBURO. ORKliON.
WYLIE PILKINGTON,
auctcsor to G W. NOAH.)
General Blacksmith ing
ATWM XKOjaEIJiI..I!;xiV (ii .
FROTTINQ AND RUNNING PLATES A SPECIALTY.
ItEI'AIKIMi OF ALL KINDS 1'KO.MITLY DONE.
HIiop an Corner WnHbluvttou uud Kattc HlH., ItostliurK.
THE
PF1THM
WATER MOTOR.
Of capacities" varying from i to 25
horse power affords the most con
venient, economical and reliable
power for all light service. One of
these may be seen running at this
office. Send for circulars.
THE PELTON WATER WHEEL CO.,
121 Main Street, San Francisco, Cal.
sl- lq" Qlobe Democrat
igkt Pages each Tuesday
aid Friday, Sixteen
Pages Every Week.
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r
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ARM AND HAMMER SOPA
Costs no more than inferior package soda
never spoils the flour, keeps soft, and is uni
versally acknowledged purest in the world.
Made only by CHURCH fc CO., New York.
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SUMMONS
TN TOE CIRCUIT CO0RT OF THE STATE
J- of Oregon, tor.tLe County o Douglas.
W. P. Lord, II. R. Kincaid and
Phil Jlctachan, Board of
Commissioners for the aale of
t&liool and University lands
and for tho Investment of
mc iudus nnsiug tiiuiciiuiu.
Plaintiffs.
Suit in equity
to foreclose a
Mortgage.
J. W.Lincoln, Karah R.Lincoln, i
Gcorpio C. Burnham, Henry
Landers, Daniel B. Williams I
and Francis Cray,
Defendants..
To J. W. Lincoln, Barah R. Lincoln, Gcorgie C.
Burnham and Daniel B. Williams above named
defendants:
In the name of the State of Oregon, you and
each of you arc hereby required to appear and
answer the complaint filed against you in the
above entitled cause and court, on or before tho
first day of the next regular term of said court,
to-wit: The fourth Monday, tho 2ith day of
June, ISO-").
And yoa will take notico that if yoa fail so to
appear and answer said complaint for want
thereof the plaintiffs will apply to the court for
the relief prayed for therein, to-wit: That the
mortgage mentioned in the said complaint,
upon the following described premises, to-wit:
A strip of land off of the cast side of the original
land claim of David Noah and wile, in Sections
:3 and Si in Township '-'7 South of Range C West,
being a strip 5 chains wide on the end of the
southwest quarter of Section 31; also the frac
tional southeast quarter, being all of lots 1, 2, S,
4 and 5 of Section 31 that lie and arc situated in
Section 3t, Township 27 South of Range 6 West,
about 1S8.70 acres more or less; also the north
east quarter of Section 31, Township 27 South of
Range 6 West, containing 160 acres of land more
or less; also beginning at a point in tha South
Umpqua river 2X75 chains south and L85 chains
cast of the section corner post to Sections 9, 10,
15t and 16, Township 23 South, of Range 6 West,
thence South 88 degrees East 1 1. 15 chains, thence
South 2 degree West lt.15 chains to near the
middle of the South Umpqua river, thence
down said stream to the jilace of beginning,
containing 10 acres of land more nr less: also
the right of way fur a wuter ditch from the
above described land to section line running
East and between sections !), IP, IS and 15 on
the best practicable route, also, beginning at a
point on the North boundary of Section 3,
Township 28 South, of Range 6 West, at a
point of intersection of said line ou the West
side of the South Umpqua river 4 chains East
of the quarter section corner, thence running
West 9 chains, thence South 4 chains and 27
links, thence East 0 chains to the South Ump
qua river, thence North along the West bank of
said river to the place of beginning, containing
three and five-sixths acres, and in the aggre
gate, containing two hundred and ninety-three
and (233 5-6) 5-6 acres of land more or less, and
being and lying in Douglas county, in the state
of Oregon, together with the tenements, here
ditaments and appurtenances thereunto be
longing or in any wise appertaining; may be
foreclosed, and the said premises ordered to be
sold and the proceeds thereof applied to the
payment of the debt secured by said mortgage,
as follows, towit:
1st. To the payment of the costs and disburs
metns of this suit, such foreclosure and sale.
2nd. To the payment of the sum of one hun
dred and twenty-five dollars ($125.00) as attor
neys fees in United States gold coin.
3rd. To the payment of the sum of one thou
sand, one hundred and sixty and ( J1160.S5)
S5-10U dollars principal and interest to January
7th, IMS, with interest thereon from said 7th
day of January. 1505, at the rate of 8 per cent
per annum to the date of such payment.
no. iiiai it mu amount reaiizea irom ine
said sale of raid premises exceeds the amount
of such costs and disbursements, attorneys
fees and principal and interest and costs of
such sale, that such overplus be distributed
among said defendants as shall appear to said
court to be equitable and just.
This summons Is published by order of Hon.
J. C. Kullerton, juuee of said court, made at
chambers in the city of Roseburg, Douglas
county, Oregon, and dated April 28th, 1?95.
C. A. SEHLBREDE,
m2t7. Attorney for Plaintiffs.
CITATION.
TX THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE OF
1 Oregon, for Douglas County.
In the matter of the Estate of Highley Free
man, deceased.
To William L. Freeman, Ransome Freeman,
James C. Freeman, John A. Freeman, Elizabeth
Garrison, R. C. McCulIoch. William L. Free
man, Sarah C. Marklin, Ruth Skinner, Highley
Wallace, Robena Freeman, Metta Freeman,
Elizabeth Freeman, Iva A. Sherman, Eva A.
Sherman, Elnora J. Sherman, Ella A. Sherman.
Lessis E. Sherman, the heirs st law and next
of kin, and all others interested. Greeting:
In the name of the State of Oregon: You
are hereby cited and required to appear in the
County Court of the State of Oregon, for the
County of Douglas, in the Court room thereof,
at Roeeburg, in the County of Douglas, on
Monday, the iHt Day of July, 1895,
at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day, then
and there to show cause, if any there be,
why l&n order of this Court should not be
made authorizing and directing the adminis
trator of said estate to sell all the real prop
erty belonging to said estate and described as
follows, to wit: The South half of the Dona
tion Land Claim of John Freeman and Highly
Freeman, his wife, being claim No. 43. in
township 2S South, of Range 7 West, Willam
ette Mendian, in order to pay the costs and
expenses of administration of said estate.
This citation is founded upon the petition of
the administrator of said estate, said petition
being now on rile in this court.
Witness, the Hon. A. F. Stearns, Jadge of the
County Court of the State of Oregon, for the
County of Douglas, with the Seal of said Court
afSxcd this 22nd day of April A. D., 1S35.
Attest:
aiit7 F. W. BENSON. Clerk.
SUMMONS-
TN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE
- of Orcgou, for Douglas County.
Nettie J. Kern, 1
Plaintiff,
vs.
George E. Kern, ;
Defendant. J
To George E. Kern, the above-named defend
ant. In the name of the State of Oregon, you are
hereby required to appear and answer the com
plaint filed against you in the above entitled
suit in the above-named Court.J on or before
the first day of the next regular term of said
Court, to wit: The 21th dav of June, 1S35.
And you will take notice that if you fall go
to appear and answer said complaint, for want
thereof, the plaintiff will apply to the Court
for the relief prayed for in said complaint,
which is a dissolution of the marriage contract,
now existing between yourself and the plain
tiff herein, and that the plaintiff be awarded
the care and custody of the three minor child
ren, the issue of your marriage with plaintiff,
to wit: Charles Kern and Lester Kern and
Walter Kern, and that plaintiff recover her
costs and disbursements herein.
This summons is published by order made at
chambers, at Koscburr, Douglas countv, Ore
gon, by Hon. ;j. C. Fullcrton, Judge of said
Court, which said order is dated, February 2,
A. D., 1SS5. IRA B. RIDDLE.
m9t7 Attorney for Platntiff.
AdminstratrLx Notice.
VJOTICE is hereby given that the under
x' signed has been appointed Administratrix
of the Estate of Ansel Ueatherlv, late of Doug
las county, Oregon, deceased. All persons
having claims against said Estate are hereby
required to present the same to mc at my resi
dence at Elkton. Douglas countv, Oregon,
dnlv verified, within six months from the date
of this notice. All persons indebted to said
Estate are requested to make immediate pay
ment to me at said place.
Dated this 23rd day of Mav. 1?3.
SARAH M. WEATHERLY, Aministratrix.
C A. Sehlerede, Attorney. mSto
Administrator's Notice.
NTOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned
has been appointed administrator of the
estate of E. M. Bates, late of Douglas county,
Orecon, deceased,. All persons having claims
against taid estate are herebv required to pre
sent the tame to mc at my store in Canyonvillc,
Douglas county, Oregon, dulv verified, within
six months from the date of this notice. All
persons indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate pavmcnt to me at said place.
Dated this 23d dav of Mar. 1S95.
THOS. WILSON,
m23t5 Administrator.
EAST AND SOUTH
THE SHASTA ROUTE
OF THE
Southern Pacific Co.
Express trains leave Tortlsnd daily.
bouth I
I North
6:15r.M.
SrJOi.M.
10:15 a.m.
Lv. - Portland - Ar.
Lv. - Roseburg - Lv.
Ar. - San Francisco Lv.
8:20 A. M.
llSOr.M.
7:00 r. m.
Above trains stop at all stations From Port
land to Albany inclusive. Also Tangent
Shedds, Halscy, Harrisburg, Junction City,
Irving. Eugene and all stations from Roseburg
to Ashland inclusive
Itoseburjf Klail Daily.
S:30a.m.
5:50 r. M. I
Lv.
Ar.
- Portland - Ar. 14:3) p.m.
Roeburg - Lv. ! 70 A. M.
ihnim; uaus o?r otsDK.N uoirrE.
Pullman Buffet Sleepers
AND
SECONU-CLASS CAllS
Attached to all Through Trains.
West Side Division.
Uctwecn l'orilaurt and Coryallis.
Mail train daily (except Sunday).
7:30 A. M.
12:15 r. M.
Lv.
Ar.
- Portland - Ar.
- Corvallls - Lv.
5:35 p.m.
1:00 r-.M.
At Alhftnv RTti rnrralHa 1 i. 1
of Oregon Pacific railroad.
Express train dally (except Sunday).
4:40 p. m. I Lv. : Portland - Ar. 1 8:25 A. stl
7P.M.Ar. - McMinvillu Lv.5:50a.m:
Through Tickets to all l'oluts in
tlic intern Mates. Canada and
Europe can be obtained at low
est rates iroui Ucorgc Estcs. Ascut
ltoscburj.
R. KOEULER, E. P. ROGERS,
Manager. Asst. U. F. A Vers. Agcn
PORTLAND OREGON.