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TnU LLS50N 01- Till: LLLCTIONS.
Id the eleetions of the Cast that lock
jilice en Monday ol this week the repub
lican sprear to le pretty j;enerlly
worsted as eotorul willi ll'i? tosult iu
November lat. Ttiere ia always a cause
or reason lor every l-olitiV il etiaiige, or
as it might .litl'erently to stated, for
every effect upon the public miuJ. and
causes can be louud for the changes that
have apparently been rouglit sines hut
fall. It dor s not necessarily follow that
because the democrats have been suc
cessful in many municipalities carried
by their adversaries at a preceding elec
tion that there is u gieat change in pub
lic sentiment on the great .jueslions ef
national concern, lu gteat cities there
is always a vast element of discontent, a
niitthty throng hose conditions are not
of the test, too u.'teu because of their
own improvident habits, and these can
readily bo mobilized under the leader
ship of skillful demagogues to cast their
votes agaiust the powers that b?. under
the impression that the government is
respoDsiblu lor their condition. And
tbeu there iB a new administration, and
time3 have not mateiially improved.
'"You iirotuisevl thus aud so, wly
haven't vou fullilleJ that promise'.'" It
is not a sufficient answer to such euplo
to call their attention to the fact that it
is an easy matter to cut don a tree, but
that it takes time and care to replace it.
Again, factional differences, as iu the
cim of Chicago, contributed iu no small
degreo to democratic success. There
was a charge of machine manipulation,
and votes againet the inflchiue can !
ways be obtained.
But the lessons to be learned from the
results are these : The forces of the op
position are united ; that fthiio the vie
tory of last November w as sigual and de
cisive, it was not tiual ; the routed forces
are rallying, niobiliiuc, and preparing
for another conflict. In order to meet
these inevitable conditions our own
forces must be kept intact, pickets must
!e kept along the lines anuuie wavering
ones looked after. I titer sal diesentions
must be guarded against, and no faction
must attempt to override the other, es
pecially in the nominating convention.
Election day will follow, aud machine
politics and boss dictation is euro to be
rebuked at the poll.:. The 'jueetions
that will be in issue ate of such astcon
sequences that the country's welfare can,'
not be jeopardised to satisfy the caprices
of any individual or eel of individuals
Care and watchfulness unl prudence
must be observed and justice practiced
and then the great mass of the people
can be depended on, when proierlv ad'
vised, to vindicate the right.
Like a beacon light, ebcd'liog its il
luminaling rays over a waste of dark and
Eloriuy waters, Lngland's grand old man
lifts up his voice iu behalf of freedom
and Urete, ana civilisation, l or more
than half a century W. K. Oladstone has
been a conspicuous tigure in hoglish
and European politics, but never
eveo when contending for self govern
ment for Ireland, was ho i grandly
great as while today, iu his old su-e, he
stands before the admiriug gase of an
upplauding world and lilts up his voice
against the policy of the vofcis and
betiail ot a Christian civiluatiou. hen
the student of the future is asked to iu
dicate the foremost huropeau statesman
of the nineteenth century, there will bo
but one answer Gladstone.
ai lue conclusion ol the ullegcl set
sion oi me legislature, repuuiicaus were
feeling pretty generally despondent, but
now that the smoke is clearing up, an
we can sec where we uru at, il cau read
ily be seen that our chief adversary, the
populist, will be a little deeper iu 11
mire than the republican is iu the mud
II three-fourths only of the populims had
been iu their place attending to U
business for which they weie clecte
organisation could have taken place and
business been transacted ; but they weio
ia hiding to a man uu l muni auuwer
the people fur their misdoings.
lue districts wiiere lUu sugar oocl iu
duetry is established uie prosptrous. it
bat beeu well said thai sugar refineries
are to the viciuities where they aiu es
tablished what tho mines are to Lead
ville and Butt, source of liuuuliful aud
Tarty lines were effaced iu the elec
tions in the East on Monday, and the
battles fought on local issues. When
the Issues are raado up in this manner
the'domlnant parly ia always the sufferer.
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lu the uetsage of the governor, v.hiib
he prepared for delivmy to the legisla
ture last winter and hadn't the opportu
nity, considerable space is devoted to tbe
question of law to relieve tbo supreme
judges of a rart ol the lalior now ivoired
of them. The supreme com I is now far
behind Willi its work, two jears it is
said, and the cases ars acvumutating on
the calendar faster than they can be dis
iron! of. The governor migg"Hts as a
remedy the limiting of the eases l such
as involve some important nueelion, or a
given sum ol money, say and that
the court bo reamed to write opinions
only in rases wlieie the decision ol the
lower court is revet sed, or some question
ol importance is involved, this in the
iscretion of the court. If the former
recommendation should be adopted it
would oen the gate to Ihe charge ol be
ne a curtailuieut ol the lights ol the all
ien, denying hiui the privilege of apposl,
nd of being a rich man's tribunal from
hicb the poor, with Iheir smaller
trouble, were excluded. It would not
It popular and ol doubtful policy ; but a
change of the law so that opinions sus
taining the courts below would uol
neod to be written would relieve the
court of more than half its work ud
perhaps afford all the reuel necessary.
As before stated in these columns, the
members of the supteuie court are the
ardeet woiked and poorest paid ol our
stale officials and the least that could be
doue would bo to lighten their labor.
The constitution mioires that a concise,
ritten statement of all opinions be tiled
with the secretary ol state, but the stat
ute requires an elaborate statement, to
gether with the points and authorities
made aud cited by counsel. The statute
mav be changed as above indicated, and
ases that now require a week or two to
write up could in many instances, De
ieoesed of in a few moments. This is
The constitution of this state say i tbe
scretary of state shall receive au annual
ilary of $1500, and that he shall recme
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no lees or perquisites wuaiever ior iuo
discharge of any duties pertaining to bis
otli:e. A law of this state requires all
life iusurancs companies doing business
therein to pav au annual license of $100,
nd states that the secretary may appro-
irut4 forty ter cent luereoi to uis owu
use. aud all tire insurance companies an
annual license of fx), ol which the sec
retary receives forty ier cent, aud other
nsurance perquisites thai are said to ag
gregjte fo.OOO per annum. That part ol
tbo law exacting the tax is constitution
al ; luat part giving forty per cent to the
secretary is unconstitutional aud the
whole amount should be covered into
the treieury. The secretary does not
uu lertake to suspend that law.
It appears from reports from Salem
that the commissions arc not the only
ublic officials whom the secretary ol
(Late refuse to recognize. The clerical
urce in the various departments come
un Jer the ban. These persons are ueces
sary to the transaction of the business of
the state, and the secretary would surely
not b3 exceeding his authority' to audit
thoir claims for wages and permit them
to make the k-it terms poasible in the
dipo3ilion of the same. Because he
should audit and allow a claim he or
bis bondsmen whould not be held re
sponsible if the legislature should fail to
make provision for the payment thereof
It is to be hoped that the report that
Rivera will not be shot may prove true
The record of .Spanish butcheries and
atrocities in Cuba is sufficiently appall
ing w ithout adding ai. :her victim to tbe
list. There is a point where tbe civil
ized world will step iu and call a bait
Then Spain will have to take her hand
The issue raised between l'eru and
tho United Mates with regard to the im
prisonment ot Kamey, the American
sailor, is becoming a serious matter.
The Peruvian government refuses
accede to the demand of the United
States minister, McKenzie, to set Karu
Bey at litcrty immediately.
It will be in order lor our populist
friends to claim a victory at the uiuuici
pal election at Woodburn on Monday.
A populist was elected mayor. But
when the fact is taken into consideration
that there were but two candidates and
both were populists it is not a victory to
brag about after all.
Ibis has been a record breaking sea
son for shipwrecks, over ten millions ot
dollars worth of ships and cargoes have
gone down before the tierce storms of the
vear. The Ijss of life has been fearful
and the tales of a few of the rescued from
open boats are heart rendering.
The Tariff In the Senate.
According to a Washington dispatch
of tho -d instant tho republicans of the
seuatu committee on tiuauce are coutin
uiug their work day aud night on the
tariU bill with the intention of reporting
it to tho senate at the earlicet possible
day. They aro not prepared lo give out
any results of their investigations and
state that they have not reached any
conclusions as to Ihe proponed changes
There is, however, a well-delined impres
sion about the senate that the bill will
ho generally remodeled and the rates
considerably reduced iu many schedules
There iu a general belief among West
cm senators that there will be material
changes iu rates on wools, especially
those of the third class.
Among other suggestions urged is a re
turu to the Wilson law of ti cents
pound duty on hops, instead ol 15 cents
as proposed by the Diogley bill, it is
claimed that the proposed increase will
be an injury rather than a benefit to the
producer, and a hardship to tbe con'
There is much contention about the
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ritton t..ilt.tintia ol fact Slid argil-
The conditions that brought about
nutitntion ol Arlor Day weie Ihe
solvations ol Mr. Geo. I'. Marsh, who
many yeius ago, as our consular agent to
IUly and Turkey, took cognisance ol the
great efforta oKiermany and Italy to r-
store the lortts of those countries which
had been destroyed and wasted centuries
before; and the loss ol which was work-
great damage to the agricultural re-
sources of those countries. At thai time
our own abundant forests gave no
thought of the necessity for any moas
urea to tie taken tor their preservation.
In (act the problem of that day was how
to get lid ot this impediment in the way
ot agricultural development. Uut time
brings cbaugos of condition, and It waa
not many years before some of tbe far
seeing statesmen of our country calculat
ed the immense damage and lose even
this country would be subject to, should
this wanton destruction go on as it baa
beeu doing: for many years past. We
say wasted, from tho fact that it li
ben calculated that in the manufacture
of Ihe trees iuto lumber, etc., four times
tbe amount used has beeu wasted.
We must pass over in this short arti
cle the early progress ot this movement
which finally found recognition in con
cress, ami tiie forestry division oi me
department of aaiicnltnre was the re
sult. To the Hon. J. Sterling Morton,
late recretery of agriculture, more than
to any other one person, belougs the
red it of active service in tbe protection
of our forests and tbe encouragement oi
tree planting. And to him we owe the
establishment of Arbor Day, or tree
planting day. And to -Nebraska a com
paratively new state, whose treeless
plains made apparent the great need oi
trees in the various uses of life is due tbe
honor of being the foremost of our states
in this, now almost general movement.
And it is said that a million of trees were
planted on the tiist Arbor Day in that
state. It has been taken up by the Na
tional Education Association and has
thus ssed to be used in tbe schools as
an educational means io its best and
largest sense, l'y it is cultivated the
love of the beautiful in nature and id
this contemplation we look "From na
ture np to nature's God."
In its exercise we tiud nothing narrow
or seltisb ; the poor and the rich can
alike enjoy tbe beauty and Irsgrauce oil
plaut and flower, aud in this country Ia
vored with au abundance ol fruit all may
enjoy it. There is no selfishness in tbe
planting ol trees, useful or ornamental,
for those coming after us may enjoy even
to a greater degree than we, tbe use and
Dleasure of them. Let tbe children of
our land be taught through the planting
and care ot trees and Mowers the value
and enjoyment there is iu them. Let
our educational system be so regulated
as to offer every facility and cucoorago
ment for the accomplishment of this end.
Tbe reservation of millions of acrea ot
forests for national uarks by our late
Dreaident. was one of the most wise and
prudent acts ol his administration.
A Vigorous Policy.
W.suiMiro.N, April 0. The adoption
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of a vigorous policy to secure from tbe
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claims preferred by me L niiea siaies on
account ol the destruction ot Americao
missionary property and outrages to
American missionaries, committed our -
ing the uprising against Armenians in
thB fall of 1'J5. is being considered Dy
tbe administration, and probably will be
nut into oncration Boon. President Mc
If in lav rtrnafsirninA contemulatus the
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specia. envoy with the rank of ambass..
aor, vo secure irom vue nuo.u iud ym,-
ment of the claims which Lave been
filed and the speedy trial ot those Amer-
ican citizjns against whom charges Lave
been made by the Turkish ofneiale. ihe
Dreaident Trobablv will send to congress
motfnuifA rinmnni1inff that authority
bo given him to commission ,a special
ambassador to Turkey for this purpote
and, wbile no name will be proposed by
tbe meeesge, Mr. Foster will be en
trusted witb tbe mission in the event
that congress gives to tbo president tbe
power wbicb he desires.
Notes I'rom the Powers.
, April ti.-K.ch of the foreign
representatives Las Landed M. Bkouzee,
i ia liua lnmliHl M. hknllfl.
tbe Ireek minister of foreign afl'alis, tbe
following note :
"Tbe undersigned, in accordance with
instructions from Lis government, Las
the honor to announce to M. bkous,
minister of foreign affairs for tbe Greek
government, that, in case of armed con
flic I on tbe Graeco-Turkish frontier, all
responsibility will rest with the agree
sors. lie is also instructed to say that
wliH' -.ur results may aiue Iron sucu a
coi 1 1 I, the powers are firmly resolved
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to uiaiutain the general peace anu nave
decided not to allow the aggressor in any
yent to reap tbo slightest benefit from
The ambassadors at Constantinople
Lave presented to the sublime porte a
uote similar to the foregoing.
AiutNi-, April 7. The cabiuet minis
ters assembled last eveuing aud engaged
until a late Lour discussing ihe identi
cal notes of the representatives of the
powers Landed yesterday to M. b'kouzei,
the Greek minister of foreign aff airs. It
is believed M. Kkou.es will deliver the
reply of Greoce to the representatives of
the powers today.
Meanwhile it is rumored here that
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anoct that II t.reecewi.1
her troops from I'rete, Kiiana ih
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KNOW, aiXOMIIIg irpon,
rejected these proposition. he de
mand made that Adtnial I auevaro, tlie
Italian otllcer in command il Iho inter
national Met in detail watei. hi re
lieved ot his iMiiinuind, i mid lien In U
due to hi m.iu.mtiim In lh plan diftwn
up for the blockade ol the l iraeus.
Tiir0,,DliOiit veateidav evenum the pal-
- oI Ki a iitonu aud Crowu rrinre
ijonstantlne weie blatinu with lights,
LnJ lhe cit .-.n-Uv was a mass of il-
umination iu celebration of the snnlver-
Wy 0( independent in ltd.
r!Bi,rB 0( fireworks weie numerous,
iu -n 0i uncus were patriotic
sserublairia at which warlike orations
were deliver!, me spcasers ?ina
greeted w ilh cheers (or the Wing and lor
war. During the evening there was a
crand lullitarv ta'oo. ill which alt the
bauds in tbe city took part. The w hole
population thronged the stieels, cheer-
It everybody aud everything uud lor
war with the Tuiks. Hut in spitool Ihe
demonstration ol loyalty aud palriotirm
Uiere waa no disturbance worth noting.
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Spanish Jail Raided.
Nkw York, April A World special
from llavaua says: Calabe'tr, in Ihi
province, was raided Friday, the Span
ish jail waa forced opeu and Is insur
gents who weie to have been shot this
week wero released. Most of the ipau
ish gnard uSieiala were killed or
Among the prismors w as teuoia Isa
bella Terr Mjuter, said to be a relative
ef General Acosta. Mie is nearly 50
years old aud has been eoutined iu this
vile dungeou more than three month.
he disappeared from her residence, two
miles Irom this place, aud her friends
bad made many attempts to ascetlniu
her whereabouts, but without eucctv f s.
When found she was iu rsgs aud emaci
ated to a shocking degree. She was very
promiueul in that section ; had beeu
raised iu aiMueuce, and the imprison
ment almost destroyed her reasou.
The iusurgeots were so wrought up by
this discovery that they went over the
Sold where they had had the tight and
backed the bodies ot their fallen enemies
relentless!; so as to be suie that not a
spark of life remained in any ot thetu.
Lano couuty has the lowest lav levy
of any county in the s'ato.
The Tone has purchased a tract oi land
adjoining the Vatican gardeus.
1'rcsideut McKiuley has a record if
I'JV'j baudehakea in .il minutes.
ieneral Maximo Gomez has tton
slightly wounded by the explosion of a
The 07th uuuual conference of the
Mormou church is in session iu f-ait
The ministerial association oi Kllens-
burg collected I1?1.' .for the eullerera of
Gnu ol Ihe latest phases ol the C retail
'question is proposed autonomy
A dispatch of April o
riee in the
weather has checked the
banauilly'a little expedition to Cuba
was interrupted by tbe fuited Stalls
Ono woman in New York has sued an
other for loO.OOO for alienating her bus-
I uglier lur iwiwv
Vo.,l UYMI It in immigrants came
on the recent trip of the Uerrnsn
jmer i eUrst UismarcK
n order for 3U,000,(WJ feet of lumber
1 , ien i.iaceiJ witb a r acorn
I company for Houtb Africa
rwfnni defeated Cambudge at the au
nual rowing race bctw-cen the crews of
two couegee oaiuruu.
Woodburn. by a majority of two.
Monday last, decreed sgainsi
I. .,.,. miinin mil elections.
fQvi(Jeuce, H. Ii for the sum oi f iu,ouv.
weot lhf0h u brid(u
near i ittBburg on Monday. The lire-
ma wts killed and the engineer w ill die.
s.natnr ii,rrij of Kansas is said to be
I . likolv rival to Uryan for the houor of
the leadership of the silver forces
The U. 8. waship Philadelphia has
been ordered to Honolulu. Speculation
aa to the move is rife, but the officials
aay it has no significance.
A woman named Mrs. W. If. Burkley
and her two daughters were shot and
seriously wounded by a crazy man on
Bunday last, at Kincaid, Kansas.
.Tampa Hardinir. a prominent citien of
Phiinilfllnliii. was found dead in bed in a
Tl, (.lnl. Hnvinua bank, a small con
earn in Chicairo. closed its doora the
other day. A fifty ier cent assessment
was levied and the stockholders aro
Beualur Culloiu Las introduces au auti
scalping bill in tbe senate. It is identi
cal with the one prepared by the inter
state commerce commission and intro
duced at the last session.
The Metropolitan Iron A; Land Coiu-
tmnv at Iron wood. Michigan, lias an
nounccd an increase ot 10 per cent in the
I.,,. iu.ia hura 'liu incruaBu aflecla
wage scale here, mu increase uuecia
1000 men emnloycd in the Norrif) aud
As though the cyclone did not do suf
ficient mischief at Chandler, O. T., there
a con Hid between city and couuty
authorities. Unless the trouble is set
tled the governor will place the town
uudor martial law.
The Yeueiuelau congress Las ratified
the boundary treaty with Great liritaiu,
aud that trouble may be said to be over.
The members ia their discussion did not
forget to refer to the kindly oflices of
uncle ham in tue premises.
The o. H. & I. It. ft. Co. is reported
as considering a plan to a fiord the Seven
Devils mining district in Idaho with
better transportation facilities. The
plan is to extend ll eJLIgin branch, in
the Grand ftondt valley, to the bnake
KUHI1 ll nil, t Ml'IITI lrvivrai Iv
Our SpriiiR Goods arc Just bcRlmilng to nrrlvcvmd we Invito a careful
inspection and comparison of prices.
l'W Men. Women
Latest Stvlos in
a ml Children,
eolois ami shapes.
Our llat Department is
Shirts ami Neckwear arc
river at a point 'J mile shove Ihe mine,
and (hen improve tho river so that it
eiin t navigatrd.
The people iu this section of rcgiu
have experienced eomo disagreeable
weather but theie have beeu no flood,
cycloues, blu..ard or other of the
"natural resources" of tho MiseiHaippI
valley and farther cunt, for which Ihey
are thankful. All in all the climate oi
Oreguu ia the eiual of auy ol Ihe slates
ol Ihe union uud super ior to that ol but
two or lb rev.
Tiinily church. New York, lull of jears
aud ecclesiastical honors, will soon cele
brate with gieat ceremony tho bicenten
ary of its eviRtence. Trinity's LlWth
hirthditv. Ihe anniversary el tho issuance
ol its chatter bv William III of I'ngland,
lu ti.'.iV, falls upon tho f.th ol May. It j
will ho dignified by un eight days' festl- i
vnl, hecinuing on Sunday, May aud
niitlinif Stwuluv. Mav '.I. 1
I'harles Ucrry, conductor of Ihe West;
SnK' freight, met with a notion" audi
painful accident near llillaboro last
week. A tree had (alien ucroN the
track, and two section hands were chop
ping it nil so th.it it could bo rolled out
of the wav w hen the Iraiti came along.
Mr. I'.erry wiih obliged to stop the train, !
and he got otT and went to tho t where
tho men were chopping. lne of Ihe 1
men's ax headH ilew oil' the handle audi
was hurled about -0 feet and embedded
itself iu Mr. lVrry's shin !
Mews of Correspondents on Crete.
A special to the New York World
from Loudon says
The mod eiguilicaul feature of the
Cretan sit nation, at loat so far as Ureal
Dritaio is concerned, u the continued
licence tho Loudon Times gives lo its
spcciul currespoudet't, !oth at Athens
aud on the frontier, to denounce lue
IKjlicy of the concert of Kuroo. ioveiu- j
uieut organ though the limes is. it gives
luoet conspicuous place to such expres-
sious from its Athens correspondent us J
"The concert of l iurope is rapidly fall
iug iuto contempt. The pillaging of Ihe
property of the Christians in Crete - ap
parently v;oa on unchecked, aud bands
band of baehi-ba.'.ouks continue lo make
predatory excursions, The cxaHpura
tioii among tho insurgent- is incrruniug
and Ihe (lowers are now regarded by
them us ullies ef tho Turks.
"Six or eight weeks ago a force of ma
rine" from the Heel might have traversed
the ii!;md without molestation, but that
is not the case now. Letters from Crete
state the insurgent have coiuo lo regard
tho Luropean troops with Iho same
long us the Turkish army remains llus i
feeling will increase.''
Ihe correspondent practically urges
that the only it'SHouaole solution of Ihe
lueutiou is, uftcr all, a mandate to
The Chronicle difcuneiiig (he proposed
blockade of Athens goes no far this
morning u, to i-ay :
"The powers, including lingl.iud, have
made war inevitable. In war liroece
must take her chanted She will face
f.Uo as bravely and honorably as sho has
faced Iho bullying of lOurope and the
black-guar-lisni of Ihe chancellor, but
tho people of Lngland regret, at leant for
shame's Hake, that she is no handicapped
by a blockade'
Tho Spectator aud tho Chronicle
ouiy invite American ships, at least,
to lare tho admiral.", since no blockade
is legal unless war is actually declared.
Several correspondents intimate that
all Ihe admirals, except the Hussiau ad
miral, have come to ho disgusted with
their orders, but tince the public rebuke
in Parliament to Ihe Hritish admiral the
other dsv for writing to Iho Times, they
are naturally retireul about discussing
Hulrrcl poison l .tlurntcm.'
All lips eewid fieu of chargu on hoots
am' shoes lioiight at the Novelty Store.
Marie and Merit Maintains thoconlldenco
of the people In Hood's Harsaparilla. 1 1 rx
nicdlclno cureii you w hen slek j II It makes
wonderful cure tveryw here,! hen beyond
all'lucBtlou that meilielntpOKHCKHCS merit.
Tbal is Just the truth about Hood's Kar
saparllla. Wo know ft iiossesses merit
bocsuHo it ciirt-H, not onco or twice or a
hundred Ummh, but in IhousanrlH and
thousand ot rnH. Wo know it cures,
absolutely, Mrmaneiilly, wlion all others
fall to do any rood whatever. Wo rrieat
Is tin- best In fact Un; Out True lllood 1'urlfler.
tloou s rills hiimuincn. uvuu.
MISS A. E. IORTER,
oak Hired, out Uuwr Wil ol
FINE LINE OF MILLINERY GOODS.
I 'U.ST Kl VI.KS !"'
I 'ATTKHN HATH.
lu Spring Dress
line unexcelled lor
up to date. j.
I t AI.M.H IN ,M M
BOOTS AND SHOES.
I'inest line of goods ever btought lo Rosclmrg.
Prices to suit the times.
Pnrrott Building, Jackson Street, f ROSIUtURO.
Hive us a call. Cioods delivered to
Corner 1-auo A Sheridan Slreels.
WHEN SENT TO MRS. BOYD'S
Mlgcst Prices Paid for Country Produce of All Kinds.
1-liiCMt I.luc ol 1i;AH In llir t ll. t'lin- ( r i I - I'm.k- i-r I
Crockery, Glass and Dclfwarc, Tobacco ami Cigars, Toys,
Notions ami l;ancy Goods.
g CARPETS 3 I
Ss: MATTINGS g
i it i r,, i ). K i
1 1 ! AND UPHOLSTERY GOODS S 1
Alexahder d Strongs 1
Real Estate Bought and Sold
Farms, large and small, to Rent,
ANU IMMEDIATE I'OSSKHKION U1VKN.
Stock Raugcs, Timber Lauds and Mining Properties,
Prune aud Hop Lauds of best quality, iu choice locations,
in quantities to suit intending purchasers, at reasonable
prices and easy terms. Inquire of
Ooods we have a
variety aud price.
We have just received an elegant
line of Portieres, Tapestry Cm tains
and Lace Curtains, which comprise
the finest line iu Southern Oregon.
VNl I' M M'Hl Hn Ol-
HOl'tlllT AND SOLD.
ruiy part of the City in shoil older.
S K. BUIOK,