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Kl EUGENE CITY GUARD.
EUOKNB CITY. OREGON.
BATURUAY. JA1. IB. 1H7Q.
What Labor Demand.
Th advocatis of high tariff have
itveral favorite dogma- wliich.though
often proven to t falsf, thy adhere
to with wonderful pertinacity and re
peat with extraordinary volubility.
One i that we ought to protect our
Amorican industries agaiuit the com
petition of foreign pauper labor. Cer
tainly American induilriei should be
properly protectod by tho Govern
ment. But what it American indus
tries? Are net navigation, and ship
building, and farming, and railroad
building, and the labor of the thou
sands of poor sewinglwomen, tho car
penters, the blacksmiths, and ether
mechanical occupations of our coun
try, are not these all American indue
tries? And yet to put money ioto
the pockets of the manufacturers the
lladical rartr ba hi its high tariff
taxed American commerce from the
seas, destroyod the ship-building in
terests, put a lurdeu of from three to
five thousand dollars per mile upon
very railroad enterprise in the land,
and are robbing the farmers, median
ioa.. and laborers of the ountry 'of
one-half of their substance and their
earnings by enhancing the price o
evorv tool or niacliino they use. of
everything that they are compelled
Upon the multitude of articlos,
that ho requires to prolong his exis
tanee, he pays a toll that falls
directly into tho pocket of tho mauu
facturer. Whilo tho great mass
American people are engaged in ag
ricullural pursuits, the products of
which are sold to foreign nations
luey are compelled by an eppressive
tariff to purchase, of others than thoso
to when they sell their produce, at ex
orbitant rates. Theso remarks ap
ply with doubly intense force to the
Pauifle slope, for whilo we send our
grain direct to England we are hot
pormiueu to irsue with her on an
equal basis, and the result is, that we
are paying tribute to (he amount of
hundreds of thousands of dollars
yearly, to capital of tho East. We
say with those who have sol ng con
tended for reform, tariff for rovenue,
but not an iota for protection.
Tlii Coloid Dollar,
At Ike rvqiusl of Congroxsman
Stephens of Georgia, Chairman of tho
'Coinage Committee, Dr. llubbull has
handod to tho Committee a number
of specimens of tho goloid inetrio dol
lar, received from l'hildolphia Miut.
Tho dollar contains 75 oeuiigrunimei
of pure gold, 12 grammes 75 null!
grammes of puro silver, and 1 gram
me 423 milligrammes of puro copper,
It weighs 11 gramttin, which is lit
, lie less man i.u grains, in sr.e it is
lightly larger in diameter but not so
thick as the silver half dollar, and is
' iueanublo of being split. It is the
. exact equivalent of the present gold
and silver dollar in ir.trinsio-value;
that is to say, two dollars of this mo-
trio golekl dollar would bo the exact
equivalent in intrinsic valuo of one
dollar in gold and one dollar iu si
- ver of our prexent coinage.
TlIK 8. V. ExiMINKH. With th l
, sue of the Oth of January, the San
Fraooisoo Eitttniner entered upon its
t'woDly-eighth volume. We are glad
to note the continued prosperity of
the Examinfr. It is indeed, the Nes
tor of Dtmocratio journals on the
raoiflo slope, ami by its unswerving
fidelity to iirinoiiilo. has fairly wou
the prominent position that it occu
' pies. The Democracy should jjive their
patronage, and support to the Exami.
tur, as it not only politically sound,
' bat stands in the first lank as a family
and newsy journal.
Skagit river valley is looming up
-as a dtsirabl locality lor new settlers
lias now a sawmill and five or six log
ging camps and and ia supposed to be
rich in mireral resources, bottle
rurnts extend for CO miles tip the
About 13,000 barrels of I'nio went
from lh Sound to Portland last year.
Of this San Juan sent 8,0)0, Crcas
3,000 and Tallyup about 2,0o. The
litter company expect ta prepare at
least 10,1100 birrels the present year.
The MMrs. lledm-t, recently from
New Jiiunsvick have rotnmenot-d
work at tho Chuskanut quarry, in
Whatcom county getting out grind
stones. A few dye since a Chinaman, who
Lai been sick fur some time at a cab
in in 1'uysllup station micided by
shooting hiinmlf through the body.
.Subscribe for the (jcai.
' "Lawyers and Liquor."
EtwKKBCrrv, Jn. H, 1870.
Editor oftiis Guard:- I see u article in
the State Journal of kit Saturday under the
above heading, signed, "A Lawyer," which,
I think doca I)r Watts great Injustice,
which in the abicnce of tlio-Doctor, I Jeire
to correct. "Lawyer" charge the Doctor
with snying io one of hii lector, that nine-
tenths of litigation wu canned by drunken
new. As to the Doctor's precise kngiiage
on that poiut I am not certain, but I am
sure his reference was exclusive! to crimi
nal cases, as illustrated by reference to the
assassination of President Lincoln that
Booth had to apply twice to the saloon for
brandy before he could command courage to
commit tho horrid crime. Dr. Watt is
altogether too well informed to affirm that
uine tenths of civil Jitigation l caused by
liquor. I suggest to "Lawyer"' in in next
effort, to investigate the record of police
and criminal court if he wishes to learn
something of the doings of alcohol, aud not
to the civil record.
Next, "Lawyer" complain that the Doc
tor said that the lawyer were auti-tcmper-aiico,
and to disprove the statement be say
the lawyer in Kugene are all temperance
men hnt ono six teiniterata lawyer and one
intemperate. Now if yon take their word
for it I doubt not, they will all be temper
aiice lawyer; especially if the word temper
ance is defined to mean, "drinking no more
than you want." But doe 'Lawyer" pre
tend to say there is but one lawyer in Ku
gene City that drinks intoxicating liquor as
a beverage. A to how many of them that
drink liounr I am not informed, that is,
that every lawyer I have heard speak on the
tompurince question in this oity opposed
a prohibitory liquor law, and I Iwlieve that
every ono of them pronounced prohibition in
Maine a failure) when every well informed
man know that it ia a grand and idoriout
ancecs f Prohibition in Maino lias suc
ceeded equally as well as prohibition of
theft and robWy ill Oregon, yet lawyers
pronounce it a failure I
If lawyer iu Eugene are all temperance
men but one why is it that nono of them
have publicly declared themselves iu favo- of
prohibition ? Why has no one of them rte
clared publicly for withholding license?
And I am not aware that ono of them has
even signed tho "Blue Itibbon Pledge;" yet
"lawyer says they are all good temperance
mm. hut one ! and "Lawyer" is an honor
able man ! Ohk ok tiik Hoys,
Tacoma has a brim splintortired now
Tho Stoilaceom jail in without an
The Tort Gamble mill ia runin fn
(day) time. J
The Tentorial university of SeAMk
opened for the year with an attend
ance 132, ana wilti oxoeucni. jirB-
Coal shipinenU from Seattle for the
year 1878 amounted to atelal of 128
582 tons, or over 10,500 tone per
A correspondent at Chelialia point
says soino of the old aoltl ri there are
preparing to put up salmon next sea
ion on their own account.
rilHK COPARTNERSHIP, HITHERTO
I. oitstitiK under the name ot Lynch A
limit, Is tins day iIInmuvihI by mutual con
souU All acwiinU iiiuxt lie sotth-d iuiiue
dintelr. A. l.viich and C. M. Hill are au
tluiriicd to oollsct all moneys due the firm.
11 11 A NT.
Jauuary 10, 1870.
Notice For Filial Settlement.
To all whom It whom it may concemi
"VrOTICK IS HKKKHY tSIVKN THAT
John B. Ferguson, administrator of the
rstattnif Chriiitopher 'I'aylor, deceased, hits
tiled Ids account for tlual settlement and asks
to !e dix-haived from acting as such admiuis
trator, aud that ly an onlerof the county court
of I .sue county, Oregon, duly in vie ami entered
of date of January til. 1S7U. Alondav the 3d
day of March, 1H71, that being the first day of
tho next regular term oi said oolirt, was set
by said court for the hearing of the objections,
if any, to said final account and the settlement
Puhlinhed by order of the Honorable Joshua
J. Walton, Judge f said court, dated Jan
uary ltl, 1H7U. JOHN Ik FKUGl'SO.V,
TllOM I'SON A BKAN, Attorarya.
January HI. 1870. jal 4w
rein if I. il'TVl'INIIIl' lnwiV'Uin- tti v
I liKV I kil IM'SII Kill l i.ni l .1..
hands of A. J. Bnldi, at his office, after the
i.hii nui, ior roiiiH-tion. am persons inot-oh-o
... tllM .ImV. Mr.ll tt-lll ill, M.ll Mtktl.A f..WAr.l
lliiliiriliairiy anil aavt ciais, o.
Eugene City, Jan. 0, 1879.
XTOTICK IS HKKKBV GIVEN THAT
i.1 by virtue of an exw-utmu dulr is
iwd out of the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon fur the county of ljn, by the Clerk
thereof, ami to me dins-te.1, on to wit: the 2d
day of ilewiulxT, 1S,8, iiu a judgment and
ilii ree rvn.lenM hi sanl oiMirt Aovemwr 5,
IS, S, aniuiKt A. W. t alia.- and in favor of J.
aU-s for the sum of f37 in I'. S. go l
colu, togtnrr with iUrrt, and costs and dis-
tiur'mriiU and rxiienwe of sale, and for the
fom-losur. of til morU-acl lretnir tle-
MTih'd as f.dlosnt, to wit: lb. rtonsth-n land
rlann of Geor Otioent, oL A'.N, i-Uini 54, in
I 20 S, K 4 K fx.nuining l.V.70 ai-n iu
Laneeonnir, (.Irrgon. Commanding me to levy
u -on and sell said ilmrniml niortgavd prrm
iws. pursuant to aaid dn-ree.
Th. n-fore by virtue of eteontlon, I did
u tli liith day f iKwemher, IfCK, h-vy ua
the alt duM-ribr.1 m.qxgaged vniiM, and
will fcll the same at pu hi it-auction to tlie hl.h
wt M-.lder at tlie Court liims d.r in Ku.-vne
City, nt county, tregon, on SATl'KOAY,
the i'nh dav of" January, IS79, U-l-n the
hour, of V o'll.K-k in the f irenoon and 4 vlck
in the aftrn.D uf aai l dsy.
Term, cash, ia V. S. g-M eoln.
S. Ik EAK1X. JK..
Sheriff rf Ijui C.mtv, Orrgod. '
Y.nt n City, lkviutirr ;i, Kl 5w.
DUNN & STRATTOiI
t n OT1VII Off V. B. DUNM.
HAVING ASSOCIATED WITH ME IS I
h.i... Mr. HORACE F.8TKA1TUN,
w.Tar.iu.t received anew, liu-g. aud
WELL SELECTED STOCK OF GOODS,
Making a si-ecialty of
AND STEEL I
W. desire to mak no grand flourish, bus "t
say that fanners can oonie nearer getting
ANYTHING THEX max hai
at otir store than at any ether establishment 1
town, ard they can buy them on a good ten
W hare a full lin of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRYGOODS,
LADIES' AND GENTS FURNISHING
MEN AND BOY'S CLOTHING,
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES
Ami are continually adding to our stock U
meet the demands of the public. ;
B. C. PENSISCTON, Propnttor.
Three Doom North of thi Aslor Ilouu,
EUGENE CITY, - Oregon.
KEEPS ON HAND THE BEST
Vv PORK AND
IN THE MARKET.
roa (tits it ma-
ire. IPS T V T TT-
hi Ererylhinf Pertaining to t
Always on Hand.
I butehsr none but the verv fattest and best
stock Iu the country aud sell none but No. 1
(Sive me a call and you will neither be die-
apolnted In quality or pilot.
Meats delivered to all part of the cky free of
II. V. l'l.M.Ull.
Real Estate Agent,
and Notary Public
EUGEXE CITY. : 01lEGOX.
milF. rXDEKSlCXED, W1SHINO TO
X go bast, will sell ata Iiargain three inarea,
one horse, eji 'i year old stallion, St Lawrence
blood; two set of harness, one lj iron axle trav
eling or farm wagon. The wagon has a 5 inch
(range) stove and folding hm within. To be
ecu at 1 hoinas liutlcrs. N. S. Chadwuk.
A GOOD FARM FOR SALE !
A Well Improved Farm
rT ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY
acres, .ituated one half mile Borthwest
of kugene l"ity.
The Improvements are all New.
A fine young orchard of the
OH tKKIttL M LKCHIHIDIII W
I.UK UTENA VISTA STtiNE WARK ge
1 T.U. HE.NDF.1CK3
Of Nervous Debility, LOSl mannooa,
o,.l!. Exhausted Vitality, Impaired
as.-t.i rVceaiuts. Weakness of I
memory ,..,..... -.
n.nroduct ve Oreans, tic, etc., Dy
n.i.i.., rnnlieh RemedV.
SIR ASTLEY COOPER'S
It restore. HEARING and trenrthen the
EYESIGHT. It is not a yuAi-n. iwo-
TRUM. . ,
IU effects are permanent j na. u" v
ANT, but it will do tUe work thorougly and
i.'o ftvTTW rn 's rrrat mecess In the
.i . ,m.,lui..t U liirc-lr due to the us of
B l . w ... - a j
this wonrierfiil meiucine.
Price ti W vet Dome, or iour um
nuant tv for tW, sent sectire irom
lfVi VlPTMV PRICK.
None ifenuine without the sijnaiure di u
opnevir, A. Ji. i'li-i .
Physician sty these trouble cannot
o-l. vtt i T ni75Tnn ATTVE and Dr. Min-
. - , , .
tie & Co,' Special Treatment testify positively
that tbey can.
Thorough tiamlnation and advice, including
analasy, 5 W. Aaures
DR. A. E. MINTIE CO.
(Graduate of University of Pennsylvania, and
law Kesnieni ourgcuu, uiumi",v i
Reasonable Jee for Special Treatment at
No. 11 Kerney street, San Francisco.
Office hours 10 a. m. to 3 p. m., daily; 8 to 8
venings. Sundays, 11 a. rn. to i p. in. omj.
S. Hemcnwaj, 31. D.
ESPECTFULLY OFFERS HIS SER-
vices t the citizens ot Eugene niy aim
vicinity iu the
MEDICIHE AMD SUSGEBY.
When not absent on professional duty, can
be found at his resideuce, corner ot Uak anu
Fifth streets or at Dr. 1'atterson s omce on
Office hours from 10 to a A. ., anu o w i
OSRURN & CO'S
HTKW DRUG STOKE Oa vil,l,a31-
.Ll etea Street, near Ninth,
PATENT IHEI5ICIWE3, Ac.
Brandies. Wines and Liquorr
OF ALL KINDS.
In fact, we have the best assortmsnt of artlole
FIRST CLA68 DRUG .STORE.
We warrant all our dniin., for they (ire new and
Vrrh. Particular attention is called to our
Perfumery ana Toilet Articles.
As w have bought
OUR GOODS rOR CASH
W can comete with any establishment in Eu
gene Oity In price and accommodation.
Buy your goods where you can get
the best and cheapest
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLED
At all hours of the day or night
OSIIUKN & Ci
Saddle & Harness Shop
ONE DOOR NORTH OF
DUNN & STRATTON'S,
Willamette Street, Eugene City, Ogn.
Can be had everything usually kept in a
I use the REST of material, and do my work
well. Lome and see me Detore purchasing slse-
YYSiln my harness cannot be excelled.
attention is called to
TheLAKIN tresis acknowleli;ed the best
on the coast, and when rigged hy myself, gives
l entire satisiaction; Having the three requisites,
Deauty, unraouity and comfort
D. R. LAKIN.
S. Rosenblatt V Co.,
At the old stand. Southwest corner ot Eighth
ana uiainelle streets,
KUOOR CITY, OHKGON.
Have the most complete stock of
In the city, including
Aud la faot everything the market demands,
which we are selling at
Paid for all kinds of farm oroduea
delivered at our Store.
S. Rosenblatt & Co.
ROSF.RURC. AND PAX JUA-X I.I Ml
f. aaU hy T. U. HIN 1RICK.3
HAS ON 'HAND AND
HACKS AND SPRING WAGONS,
I am Prepared to Make to order Buggies and Wagons: '
As My Facilities are equal to any Establishment In the State,
I can Promise My Patrons First
MY FIUCES ARE THE
EAR THE EUGENE CITY FLOURING MILLS.
Just Opened in
TO TnE LADIES EUGENE and VICINITY.
Having just arrived from the East with a large and well assorted stock of
STAPLE AND FANCY
Tho whole stock being bought since' the Great Decline io goeda, we can-
therefore otter you great inducements in the iollowiug lines:
J.OOOpcs PrinU, Standard 20 yds for fl 00
00 " Ijondsale Cotton, per yard 10 cts
00 " White Hock, per yard 10
0 " 10-4 SheetinK, per yard 30
25 " 9 4 " " " 25
J.OO0 doz Coats sjiool thread, per spool.. . 5
',0(R) doz rins, 0 papers -)
lo.ooo doz iaK'r Needles, 5 papers 25
1,000 doz ladies Hose 10
X) doz Cuff and Collars per set 25
0 doz all linen Nankins 1 uu
100 doz Gents Hose, per doz 75 cti
1.000 JouvinnKid Gloves 00c. wood value.. 1 25
56 doz ladies Aprons, each 25 cts
Lace Uurtains zo
1,000 yds haiulmrjj edu'ini, iieryard 10
20 doz ladies Silk Ties 25
95 ,1m HnnilLerrliief. 5 for . . 25 "
50 doz Gents Handkerchiefs, 2 for 25 "'
Ladies Merino Vests 50 "
Gents Merino Undershirts 50 "
25 doz ladies silk Handkerchiefs 25 "
t'hililrens lace Bibs, 25 cts, rcj.'ular price. 50 "
Shaker Hocks, 0 pair SI 00
(ientsBritixh Hose, 6 pair ?1 00
Bed Spreads, j!l 50. worth ?2 00
50 bolts dress goods from 12.J to 25 cts,
(rood value. . . , 25 to 37) cts
All wool Flanuol . .25 cts
NO TROUBLE TO SHOW. GOODS.
Examine Stock and Prices
IF THE GOODS SUIT, THE PRICES MUST.
REMEMBER THE PJL.AOE,
WILLAMETTE STREET, EUGENE.
It U"UU"JJf lX J' BUM
TO THE LADIES.
Misses Holloway & Under
Are Agents for' Mrs. M. L. Jillson's im
proveu chart tor cutting Dresses, Sacques,
Masques, Wrappers, Chihlrens' clothing, etc.
All this will be taught free and a set of pat
iterns given. 1 his inducement is given to in
troduce the only perfect system.
l'ersons wisluug to avail themselves of
this oi)iortunity will do well to call at their
millinery aad dress making establishment,
t. wnmeue BTreei. nar IMnrn
THISASSOCIATIOX HAS OV HAND
a large and varied assortment of FKK.SH
GOODS, and are receiving every month new
supplies suiiea tnu market.
txxKls are sold low and
AT ONE TRICE TO ALL I
And PRODUCE TAKEN AT THE HIGH
EST MARKET RATES. S
Live us a call before mirchasinr. aa it
trouble to show gooils and give prices.
I HA-E ESTABLISHED A
Oa the enrner of Eleventh and Willamette
streets, and keep cnnrtantlv nn kuJ lmr f
.11 v;.i. e . i , ..
m. .urn t-wum uwincg ana mmir, fenc
ing anu irnce posts. y . B. DUN N.
Tl'.tTCTnru sir us tu . . .
XI aad largest ever broturht to Enrene. at
LA BEI.IK M.O-I am the sols
agent fur tide ceb-late.1 wmin.
TRV IT t THE T O. HENDRICKS B&ASI
of SOAP. For sale eelybr
- Class Work in every Respect
LOWEST IX THE STATE
Shaker Flannel 25 cts, regular price. . . .374 cts
Ladies large size shawls ..II 00 '
Heavy Water Proofs 75 eta
25 bolts all wool Cashiniere, double width
90 cts gl 25
25 bolts Cashimere, 40 inch, 40 cts, good
value -. $100
20 bolts black Alapaca 25 cU
100 doz Gents Shirts, white, 1, worth . . .$1 50
25 doz Gents Shirts, colored, 75c, worth. .1 25
25 doz Boys shirts, white 75 eta
25 doz Boys Shirts, Cheviot 75 cts
50 nieces Ruchini;, per yard$ 10 cts
A lai-jre stock of Bed Blankets, very low.
And thousands of other articles ton numer
ous to mention at astonishing low prices.
We have also in addition a very large stock
of Ladies, Misses and Children Phila, Shoes.
Ladies kid foxed, plain. .......... r $1 25
Ladies kid foxed, plain $1 50'
Children! Calf School Shoes 90 cts
Misses " " " H 25
Ladies oil goat shoes $1 50
Misses " 8125
Children oil goat shoes $1 00
Ladies and Misses Newport Ties, buckle. SI 50
before Purchasing Elsewhere.
Boil 'and stationery Store.
POST OFFICE BUILDING, EUGENB
City. I hare on hand and am constant'?
receiving an assortment of the Best School ao4
Miscellaneous Books, Stationery, Blank Books
Portfolios, Cards, Walleta, Blanks, Portmoa
naes, etc.. etc. . A. 8. PATTERSON.
Q.HOCEHIESIshaU keep on a fall.f
GR0CERir.S & PEOVISIOS
And invite the tendon of housekeepers.
T. Q. HENDRICKS
BOOTS AND NIIOES-CALTFOK-nia
hand and machine made Boots aii
A new lot direct Irom factory.
a H. FRIENDLY
Albert Jackson, Artist,
Takes Photngrapha, Gems, Cards, Cabiast
and Life Siie, style and finish equal te air
work done in the State. Prices reasonable.
GALLERY Willamette street, Enr"
City, Oregon, over lira. Jackson's Milbaerf
Store. dee 15:6a
Is still at the old stand and is prepared to o
all kinds of general jobbing, horse-shoeing, re
puting, etc. Having secured the eel vires ef
an eTperirnped hand I will make the repairing"
FARM MACHINERY a speciality.
. BEN RUSH.
EUGENE CITY MILLS.
mHE UN DERSIGNED BEG LEAYK TO
inform the trtiblic that they are the) owaen
the EUGEN E CITY MILLS, and are pre
pared to do a general miUimr busiiiea. Will
receive Wheat on storage at lowest terms, aa
make satUfactory anangements with farmer
who desire to ha v their own Wheat grow-'
Have at all times on hand,
FLOUft and ALL KINDS OF MILL FEZ P.
and pay the
Highest Cash Price for Wheat
PATTERSON", EDRIS A GRAY.