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THE EU3ENS CITY GUAB9.
..JANUAItY 2, 18tf.
TIic Sun m U"1 Treasory.
Tha NyHli'in of taxation which a
surplu. o( $.)00,000,00i ha been utli.
trod into th national tiviwuiy in the
one. which wan in operation on March 5
1883. It was a lUtinctiveljr repub
lican ruoasuren, was paused y lt-pub-lican
votrt!, and defended by that
party with its full forco in the Houso
of ttnprmmtative 1! than two
months ago. . . .. 4
ltepuMican papr do not forget this.
In the campaign of 1884, a lli-publicin
paper that omitted to mention that lint
IuhI Dumocratio ndiiiinintralion hdt 1 3
cnt in thn tn-asury and that thn U's
publican had accumulated $400,000-,
000 was counted duficiwit in inU-llwct.
Ilepuhlican orators raved anl wept
over it. Republican scribe but was
Bnro tho surplus would eoon ho stolen
bvthfl DuiocralH and that InoinisA.
Hendricks was a demajogue for di;
'nouncinjj the laws which keep con
stantly drawing the money troni tne
channels of trade to an omiiowing
'treasury. But that day is past, and
w hear the Uluino organs Iiowlini in
chorus, not of Democratic misgovern
'nient, but becausetho surplus is incieas
ing in the treasury, because the lln
fpublicait tax laws are f nforced.
We repeat there is no Democratic
tnx laws on thentutute books of the
'Uiiitud States. They are all Kepubli
can. Under thorn 1I10 United .States
taixos all its revenues, t) run the Gov
ernment, lesides an annual surplus of
$75,000,000, from two sources:
lt A tar i If Ux, wlilnh l pi iced that tlia
heaviest tax Wa on theneceHsltie f lif, such
a trada, farm m:liln- ry, 0 otlies, all article of
hardware, etc aud the llt,'lit' taxu uu luxur
it; tuih a lace, diamond, etu.
iid. An IntfiDul royeuu tux, luiH)eJ 00
whisky mid tobacco.
There are but thrco ways to prevent
"the surplus, and they are,
ht. liy redovluu tin tariff tax. '
JbL lty reduclutf tlm revoini tax on whisky
3. Hy waking extravagant appropriation.
The first is the Democratic method,
anrl llin annniifl in Um liiinnhliriiin n nil.
The third is not pCHsilile under Cleve
land. In tho House of Representatives
the solid Uepublicun vote with the aid
of ten or twelvn Ib'inocratio renegades
absolutely refused to consider tariff ru
duction, al.hough the Convention that
' nominated Ulaine pledged to "remove
thn inequalities of the tarill'.
What a dilemma for the Republican
I party! What a grand war try! Fne,
Whisky! What a situation the O. O.
1 P. is in, favoring the only proposition
Vtliat tho teinperunci) people and saloon
keepers can unite in opposition onl
An anonymous correapondri.t in the
Oregonian of : Thursday 'opposes tlitt
passage of thn Suite University bill.
Tho hints, innuendo, etc, are worthy
of tho perton opposing free education.
Ho stoops to falsehood, when he do-
clUrrd that the University in tho school
i for the rich. It is not so.- And his
animus is shown when lie lights a bill
designed to popularize thn University
. and extend its hernials to the poor. '
Kenator Riglin of Coos wants Senator
Wager of Umatilla expelled from (he
State Senate because tho Easl Onon.
ian, Wager'a paper, charges Riglin with
combining with the ring Republican.
Thn people care little for the wounded
- dignity of any Renator, and Senator
. Riglin will do well to consider before
-he votes to possibly return a Repuhli
.can Senator from Umatilla county to
vote a Republican to the U S Senate.
A 1'ennsylvauian has been swindled
-out of 130,000. by a bright rogue who
.pretended to be eugnged in carrying
on legal proeeedingn ia the KiiglUh
-courts to bring thn victim a large for
tuuo. Those Knglish fortune in chan
cery are very rare, and wa note the
fact that no American up to dale has
got hold of one of them.
The 1 .ower House of thn legislature
Jias adopted the following proposed
amendments to the State Constitution:
'The prohibitory amendment, the
amendment changing the time of RlaU
lection from Juno to NovrmW; and
that raising the aalarie f . tlm Gover
nor and other State olliciak
The Canadian court having refused
-damage to boat unjusily seized, the
emiiaio. lia pavifU (lie lull authorisim
the president to retaliate by refusing
entranco into the U. S. of Canadian
product. The bill was drawn in tho
It is said that a Representative in
the Legislature from Coos county made
an Insulting proposition to a couple of
the lady clerks, and an investigation of
tho case ia no pending. If guilty,
he should be rupell.-d.
Senator Conger, of Michigan, leave
the Senate poorer than he wa when
ha entered it Tin Senate is 110 poorer
however. It ia getting richer every
iUy and ditlluull as the eye of a needle
for a poor man to enter.
Henry George new paper, the
Standard, u vry heavy, like aad Un
coil. A a dvors to recut the world's
social garment it it entirely too du'L
The; French iTnt calla Ihamarck "a
liruU,M ad thai U hy h laush.
When the French aliuan liim (he Cor
riiaui let him do he plcaaca.
Th ll-pulilit-aii are Itound to pian
It Ulllair lilurtluinui -! u. l!,a iir.....t !
Georga M. Hoyt Dead.
Cflpt II L Hoyt lt evening received the
xtartliiiK lutelligeao that hi ion, Ueorya M
Hoyt, hail died autdiily yesterday at Paraim)
Spring of liemorrhaK of tlie luni,. Ro ud
ikn and uiiexcta'l w the sad fi.tolllntt
that it iiroved a great ihock to the Jhiily, snd
eMciilly to Almlioyt, tde inothsr of V-m
youiu man. Uixxutnl left here on Jannary
fith fr (;lifornl, whnre he went in the hooe
e( beiietitlintf hi health. Kor ome time pat
he huti been threatened with pulmonary weak
ne. and lit imrnoM ill K"ini! away-wa to im
prove hi hMtlth by travel, ciian(;e of cene, eta
Mince reacliinn lii detiiiti"n a letter wa re-ci-jved
from Gwirife by hi faiiiil: here, which
did not Indicate that hi cmilitlun wu worse.
Anion); other Uilus he laid he had contracted
abad odd, butdiu not lntiinte that l lennli
i 'U wk in uy w:iy serioue. Her.ce tliefhni:k
ot tiie new vt hi eeeth. Tue attack limit
have b'-cn midilen and without previoiii warn
ing. Mr 11 "Vt wa bora and rerei in thii
city, where he ha a nmnlier of relative ai d a
hit of Wft'iu irfO:ial friend reeidinpr. He
wn a yoiinif mn of very excellent character,
and commanded the wtecin and re( eot of all,
l'iMMMed of tine abilitiee, he bid fair Ui have
achieved much hail hi life only been prolorf(
d. . Jt'or ioiii time iiut the young nun had
been realiiii law. ami at the lat meetinir of
the iireme court wa admitted fr practice,
lie tiMi very liih in the clitxn, anil wa coin
plinieiitcd bifure whma he wa examined. De
ceakuil wa. fcii nearly four Vfer, cleric of
the board of United .State ailpervlanr
and only t.ntlered hi reii;iintiiin a Uu week
a'o, Tbta pixitioii he tilled with credit to
himaelf anil entire aati.ifactiun to the govern
inent. Mr Hoyt wa lout 2d year of ape
and wa the eldevt son of C'ntit Henry U
Hoyt, the old pioneer of Portland. He wa a
reniwcted member of (i oompanv, U H M. The
remain will be brought to Portland fur inter
ment. Thi morning Mr lt.ilpli W Hoyt,
broileT of the deceaaed, left here over
l inil fur C'aliforrda to brinK 1,19 '""'y hack.
'I'll remaiiu will probably arrive here on the
next teamer ailin from Hnn Franciaco.
1'orthind Dally 'I'uhcram, ' 24th. The
many friend of Mr. Hoyt in Knjjene hear of
hi death with lentiiiientaof mrruw. He wa
a uraduato of the Stute Univemlty, and no atn
ilt iit wa ever more beloved br hi claemate
and tho citiie'ii of thl place than Ueo Hoyt.
May he rent in peace.
The Treatury Department receives
this year a surplus of $163,7 10.30 from
the Patent Office the receipts of the
office aggregating 2,205,107.80. The
large volume of its business appears
from the number of patents granted
25,G'.9. Notwithstanding ttH growing
business, no increase of forco is asked
for, the Commissioner appnrontly
fecjing able to cope with the work with
thn present number of employes. The
tendency to reduction of expense is
shown in the estimate for three succrs
s'ive years. For the year ending June
30, 18SG, Ki)0,7C0 was estimated; for
the year ending June 30, 1887, $853.
9G0; and for tho year ending June 30,
1888, the estimate ia only f 778,770.
Those who wear diamon Is sre tariff
taxed 10 per cent, while those who
use window glnKs, are taxed 180 per
cent. Raw silk is duty free, but raw
wool is taxed 45 per cent. Gold studs
are taxed 23 per cent., but horse shoe
mil UG per cent. The (inest brond-
cloth is taxed 40 pur cent., but the
poor toxed 89 per cent, on common
wool cloth. This is a sample of the
protection offered by our tnriff.
Tho census of Franco for 188G
show a total population of 38,218,9(53
against 3G,C72,043 in 1881. The pop
ulation of Paris has increased only
75,000 against 280,000, recorded in
During last year nearly 400 Amer
ican horses trotted a mile in 2:30 and
CALlKOltXIA CAT "It" CURE.
(5 unranteed positive cure for Catarrh,
Cold in the Head, Hay Fever, Koe Cold.
Catarrhal IVafnen and norti eye. 1'cstore
Jlieneineof Taate and Smell, remove bad
'l'ate and Cnpliiit llreatli remiliinj from
Catiirih. Kmy and pleanant to k. Follow
direction and a cure i warranted. For sale
by all drui'Kint.
Hr. Tavlor's 7 Oak Compound, purely vei
etabbi, positively cure rheumiktisin, neuraluia,
toiithaihe, nick headache, cramp colic, cludera
lliol lm, Complaint iwculiar to feumlea, I)y-pi-pM.
cold or ihiiikIi, Hive, Chill and fe
ver, pain around the he art, eryindua,
I'hthUlc. liKOMlIK '1'aVI.oo.
Sold by 0lmrn & Co, ilnwulata, Eugene.
Delays aro Oungcrous.
Yoiieay, well, 'ihonlr a alLdit coM. l.mlc
out, it may lead to mi billamation of the lining
1 1 ; t. . 1 . . r
- "i uuiiiimmt air evil 01 me I.iii.k tin la
riieuiiiiiiiia. Or to tpaMmstiu coutraition ()f
the tilire of the air pa.ijj, which i Athini
or tlie Intliiuintion of the liidtijr membrane of
the thMttt and tubea whhh paaa tlmmti the
buiiKS which In the first atae la called IImii
ihilia, and may lead to consumption, Santa
Abie ia di licioiia in Havor, cvrtaiu and perfect
in it it-suit. A few dme will relieve, a thor
oiliih treatment cur the a'jove naimd dineaaea.
Kvcry bottle warranted by all itniwirta.
Delinquent Tax Notice.
Notice ia Jiertby t;iven to all nwhi tax,
low dvlimiueut, that the Coniily Court at iU
lateaiiu ins-r. nm to col'l.ct the mid
ortliwith. 'I hi, i. theivf.M-e to notify all
oluunird that if they w-iah to nave costa they
aiu-t ciiine forward atone and pay the tame
or I v. ill be idili,;ed to priHwd acuinnt them
.-i;lly. .1. M. Si .vx, Sheritf Une Co.
Sept l ISSrt,
WOW. Wou'1l 'nJ7 yon' dinner
J Y"XV and are prevented by Pjs
jeiia, usa Acker' lyr?rsia Tableta.
1 hey are a Positive, cure for ivgpeTla, lu
di(,Mtloa, Flatulency and Coustlpatlou.
gurant them. 23 and CO cents.
Churn A Co, Kuktne.
X tVWW 0f xh 6 tWnpaof thtj
alone on aroouut of Irpt-rIa. Acker"a
lTypla Tablet will cure PTiria,
lndii.ti.tlon and Constipation; Hold on a
poaiuva puaraute at S3 aud 30 cents, by
Ontiura A Cs Kiiwue.
Cur For Piles.
Pile ar fmpivntlr prwdnl by a arnae nt
weicht ia lb bvk. I.. ins and lwr met nf !..
aMumeii, eausii the ivatieiit toauprvs h ha
owe arlecti, 4 the Vidn w- ueLhUiriiw !
or,-na. At time, evmplum of iudit-eaU.'B
are preaeut, HaI ikiuv, uueasiuow isf li atmn
ah, U A nmisturr, like per-pirati,n,
.birtoi a very disa-rwable il. hinv. afwr srt
tini warm, ia a iMnima attendant Blind
b,slins- and it.bin- pile virld at one Ui the
app'.K-ti. ..f lir i!..,!ll.'a I'i Hemflv,
wlili h a.i direvtly Ul.in the rU affecte.1, ab
luiii His tiim.M, aJuvinj the Intense mh-
llll ail.1 pfffS'tllLt w... . . . a.i
- w i ... , .1 v. , rii-v iai
ri.U. Aildma l'i. lie IL...... '..'il.: .-.
j ''"'" S,J '7 HUim I u. W. s!
II, U Jwik U.iu.
Money! Cash!! Coin!!!.
I heieby notify all that are indebted to me
that 1 must Irmmt n the naymentoi tliertineat
a time not hniK hence. I appreciate yoifr jt
roiiaie and hope for a continuance of theaaine.
but it take money to buy gomla, I thall ex
pect a reaponae wxm, and to thoee whoee ac
count are of long atanding I will say, nVm't
blame anyone hut Vnuraelvea if mot i made
ai'ahuit you, lor 1 shall collect tU Mm if po
F. V,. Dvh.
Notice for Publication.
!w Omen at ItiiSKBiino, fJa , I
January 2S, IWO. f
VTOtlCK 13 IIKUKijy; GIVEN THAT
XI the f.'llowin named aettler has filed
notice of hi intention to make filial proof in
iupp-vi of hU claim, acd tl.it aai.l .iv.f will
made netoro tlie Uii-rK 01 ma I minty uourt
of bane County, Or., at tujjene (.'ity. Or., on
Tuesday, Mur-.h 8, 18K7, in: .Tame S Ba
ker. I're emtition 1) S, No Ml 7, for the K of
H E i Sec VI, Tp 17 S, K 10 Weat. W M, and
lot No 4, and K E J of S W 1, Sco 7, To ;7 8,
It 9 Wet, W M.
He name the following witneaae to prove
hi continuous residence upon, and cultivation
of laid land, via: Frank Uristow, George
Clarne, Eli liishop, Howard 1 ope, all Dead
wood, Lane County. Or.
Chas. W. JotinstJSk, Kagbtrr.
Notice for Publication.
Land Orrr't a at RoarnuBo, Or., I
January Wth, 1887. f
NOTICE IS HEKElt GIVEN THAT
the following-named aettler ha filed
notice of hi iiitcntiuu to maka final proof in
support of liia cliitn, and that eaid proof will
lie made before the ( 'h-rk of the County Court
of Lane Co, Or, at Eugene ('ity, Or, on Tues
day, Afrch H, lw7. viz; Solomon L Uotson,
Pre emption H S, No Um, for the LoU 4 and
5, Sec sfl, '1 p 17 8, K 1 We-t, W M.
He name the following witneaae to prove
his coiitinunua residence upon, and cultivation
of aiil land, viz: Austin liriihjes, P Conley,
H E liranton, E III Bowerman, all of Cauip
Creek, Iane Cmintv, Or.
Chas W. Johnstom, Res'inter.
tbousands euHoring irom Asm.Tia, ton
sumption, Coughs, eta Did you ever try
Acker's English Remedy? It is the best
preparation known for all Lung Troubles,
sold on a positive guarantee) at 10c, 60c
Osburn & Co, Eugene.
LINES ESTABLISHED, LANDS
measured and dividid. Grades and drain
levelled. Kate reasonable. Call at otlica of
llilyeu anil Collier or leave word at llcCor
hack & ('oilier' bookstore,
Mi l OB.l.li:i;, County Surveyor.
GEO. F. CRAW,
Eugene Cky, Oregoa.
Brick! Brick! Brick!
TKKT qt'AMTV OK BHK'K KKIT CONTAMI,Y ON
J bund. Will exchani brick f. all kinds
of f irm produee. Kiln and residence at Wal
li Butte, two ndle Vot of Eugene. Brisk
delivered imiuediati Iv on receipt, of uriler.
A. V. Peter; Atfciit, Euyelie,
This space reserved
rpEN YEARS EXI'EUIENCE tN IOWA.
X All work guaranteed to yive satisfaction.
Shop In lower ttory of Winter' gallery
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE
I HAVE SOME VERY DESIRABLE
Fauna, Improved and Unimproved Town
property for sale, on eaay term.
Frsperty Eoatcd and Hosts C.llccted.
The Insurant (ompaniea I repreaent are
among the eldest aud moet Reliable, and in
the I'roiiit and EgriTAW K adjustuieiit of Uieir
liisaea Stand SmiM) to None.
share of your patflnAr ia oltt'iteil.
Ollice up stuira, over the (Jrai',-e Store.
B. F. DDllRIS.
Four splendid "New White" Nicklc-platcd
- Sewing Machines All Complete.
I am ofj. ring thrw machines at coat, not having the time or room to deal in
them any lons.-r. This is a fine opportunity to recare one nf th ,ot dopu-
I;ir ltfrt fltriiwl...J sa.a.tSTS-;.. I at . t t a ., ,
-....., m.yu.-uuiy u,B niosi ueajraiiiu ot all t'iug Jlachines.
i'Slag offi-r the followinsr lurgaina:
Forty Ladies' Neiff Market Cloaks for $1 less than Cost.
tuHtu-iivc Gaits fine Overcoats, this season's pur
cause,) for Si less than Cost.
These ,w ! er durable good, snd will pay 30 per cent, on the inat
menl even if one had to lay tlin aaay unii ,t Winter.
I have . nuinU-r of other Urins to o!l, r and to which I ill call Utec-
tion trom tunc to lime:
AS OPENED A SHOP ON NINTH
1 1 Hinsst m.iMviita the Htar liakery. whel
he i prepared to do all kind of work offered
In I.IM linSL
A IsiK" tock nf Fiu C'lothi on hand for
cuntomer to aelect from.
One nf our specialties I the cutting and
making of Lailie (,'loak.
Kepairins aud cleaning done promptly. Sat
Eugene, Not. 6, ISStt tf
lll!EflONIlACIFI15 1 AII.ROAD
Uxly rfbAn noun
VEtt 4 I CTUEESQUf'i J AKG E3
Fat Time! SureCnnnection! New Equipment!
225 MILES SHOntER !
UO HOUI1S LESS TIME I
Accommodation unsurpassed, for comfort and
Safety !-arc and relets UUCH less
than by any other nmte between all
polutt in Willamette Valley and
ONLY ROU IE VIA
Lv Yaqulna 6:3.1 a m, ILv Albany 12:40 p m,
Ar Corvalll 10:43 a rli, Ar Corvalli 1:20 pro,
Ar Albany 11:10 a ni. Ar Yaqufna 6:23 p m.
Oretron and California Weetaide train Con'
nect at Albatrr and Corvalli.
THE OREGON DEVELOPMENT GO'S
Santa Maria, Jun 21,
FROM SAW MASOUCC.
Santa Maria, Jan 16,
Yaipiina City, Jan 27,
Yaouina City, Jan l'J,
Kauta .Mana, fell 2,
auta .Mnr;a, .lee zn,
Yaouina City. Feb 8.
Yaomna City, reb 3,
Santa Maria, Feb 1-1,
Yaquina l.'Hy, Feb 20,
Santa Maria, Feb 2li,
Yaquina Cky, Mar 4.
SauCi Maria, Feb 9,
Yauii ta Citv. Keb IS.
Santa Maria, Feb 21,
Yaquina City, Feb 27.
The Company reserves the right to change
Faroi Between Ccrrallli and Sin Fraabiico.
Rail and Cabin, $14 ; Kail aud Steerage,
For Iilther information apply to
A. O. F. & P. A n't, Corvalli.
BIIISTOW & CRAIG
Cleaver's Old Stand,
EUGENE CITY, OREGON.
J. L, PAGE,
TTAVING A LARGE AND COMPLETE
XX etocK ot Maple ami fancy urocerie
bought iu the beet market
fXCLUSIVELY FOR CASH,
Can ofT-jr the public bolter price than uy
Prixluce of all kind taken nt market price.
' Jo) A)uoiil n3
pu iuiuiupioQ eanpiud JtioA auuji
Hvqins of Sdoudfy
m pjiif jag
CROUP, WHOOPING COUGH and Bron
chitU immediately relieved by Shili.be Cure,
Our Btore huilding sold, and as wo shall have to move into
in the n"ir future, we have determined to close out ouf entire irteck Jg,
OARDLESS OF COST.
W have in Block the finest w-lection of gocils siritaMe for UolidaJ pret
enti to be found in the City.
Diamonds, Gold Watches, Gold
Chains, Silver Plated Ware,
Jewelry, Notions and
Albums, Scrap fc3ooks. Autograph Albums,
Christmas and New Years Cards,
-And an endless variety of nice ijoods Call and see. -
No TrouMc to Show Goods.
tST A GENERAL
A large assortment of La
dies and Childrens Hose at
12 1-2 ds.
Good Dress Goods at 12l.c
Best Corset in town for 50c
An immense stock of New
and Seasonable Goods.
Fine Cashmere 'in event
New and Nobby styles in
Liberal Discount for
J Cli Sola Agents far Engeno City, lj)
F0R THE JLT3TLY CKLEBKATED
. GOLD AMD SILVEEl SHI3TS. S
We are atill at tha old reliable "Granjre Store," 1T1
1 rr e-V '"' 0011 ,ou uy'hinj that you want to eat '
I erwear, ' ftp '
Cheaper Than Ihe Cheapest.
.11 UIBB' STOCK OF MB KB
EUGENE CITY ! I
Trimming silk' and Sai
ins in all shades.
Velvets in Colors.
The finest stock of French
ever brought to this place
BOOTS and SHOES
in all drades.
of all descriptions '
SALE AT i
1 : m