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THE EUGENE CITY GUARD.
.JUNE 30, 1888.
Q ROVED CLEVELAND Of NewYorb
For Vice Prosident:
ALLEN Q. TIIURMAN, Of Ohio,
For Presidential Elector:
W. U. EFFINGER Of Multnomah
E. K. BKIPWORTII, Of Umatilla
W. It. BILYEU - Of Linn
Harrison' "Awl'ard" Record.
Cuicaco, June 23. Tb Now print th
following letter in fao nimilo, which it say
was rec-Wed br memUet of th Kansas
Vic Pskhioknt'i Cbamvrb,
Wanh'Poto, 1). V., Juue 16
Your of tbi 13th (tint, i at baud. It does
not mule much difference who U nominal
ed. Id uiy JadKouut tbe candidal will out
but a small flimre in the fight We can elect
nvbodr. or w shall fail. Th least con.
"icuoua and therefore tha least complirated
man. will b tba bent somebody like Hay
in 1870. Amon all th man mimed tbera 1
not on ' leader, no on wqom peraona
or historical relationa to the pint would make
difference of 10(H) vote In the can ram
Bhermau, Allison, Harrison, eta. have reo
orda that would be awkward on the tariff,
th currency, th Cbiueae queajon, etc
Dcpew'i connection with railroad and cor
poration would be a neary loau, ipeciaii
In the azrlcullurul slate. We miubt a wel
nominate Qould or Vanderbilt at once. My
impression i tbat Altfer or wesuam come
nearer tilling the bill than the otnera, with
nome fellow like 1'belp of Nw Jersey, who
could reach the conserrativ forces of tbe
East, aud get contribution from th iijhdu
fucturer aud Wall street, lint you can
judize much better than I what i best, after
oonatilling with tha delegate. I have the
nee of tha wire during th convention, by
th court y of tbe company, and you can
telegraph me fully at al' time if anything
ol tut treat trau,ires. lour 'fiilv,
John J Inoalls
A dispatch of June 23d. two day before
the nomination of Harrison, reporting a con
ference of leading men representing the
Bherman, Alger, ltfaine and Allison (notions,
report M. II. de Young of the Ban Francisco
tbronlole aa follows:
During the nession M. II. de Young, rep
resenting the lllaine interests, made a stale
ment that if Harrison was nominated it
would be eutirely impossible to elect him.
He could not poHaiblT carry the PaciAc
Count, nor would it be possible to oarry any
of the larger Ktnte wbar tbe labor element
predominated, became be roted against the
t'hineae bill and tbe treaty and every phase
of it, and he had committed the alili greater
mistake of voting to naturalize Cbiniinien
and Rive thorn the right of aiiftrsgfl, and that
Allison waa in exactly the aame boat. Tbo
Utement made by de Young created great
The tort of "American labor" that th
millionaire manufacturer are o anxious to
protect ie shown by a.atistir of the nation
ality of the operative in the Amory Cotton
Mill at Manchester, N. II. Ut the 8UU "one
third are French-Canadian and the rest of
various nationalities, only eighty, or oniv
tenth of the whole, being native Americana.'
And the I'roloelioniHt paper that print
these facts add that "what la true of this
oompany is also aubatiuitiiilly true of all the
manufacturing onmimniea in New England."
Tbi i tha result of high tariff on goods
that all the people me aud free trade in the
. "pauper labor" tbat produces them.
Senator Fry told a New F.iiglnnd audi'
ence that if the tariff ou hatchets should be
removed that industry would be destroyed
Yat New England hatchet go into the free.
trade market of London and are sold for lens
than Engliidi hatcbeta. How, then, could
the iuilustry be destroyed, or even hurt,
by the removal of tbe tariflr The New Eng
land hatchet is far from being the only tax.
propped "infaiit (but i more than able to
Aahbel. P. Fitch, the Republican Con
greisiniui from New York who took the Re
publican tariff plank of 1SM4 for a text and
made a strong speech showing that it war
ranted ami authorized him to vol for tbe
Mill bill, waa burned in efllgy by a niuad of
Republican partisan, who were incited there
to by two paid agent of the Tariff League.
Mr. Fitch has countered on hi oppoueuts
by abjuring the Republican party, lie will
b a candidate for re-election on th Demo
Hon. John M. Thurston, of Nehroaka, who
was temporary chairman of the Republican
National Convention, alluded to tbe Repub
lican party "standing for the protection of
the people from the unjust and oppressive
exaction ami combination ot agnrt'CateJ cap
ital and power." There' humor fur tnn!
A railroad attorney and atob monopoliat'like
Tburatou expreasing auoh a sentiment! Why,
it it enough to roak utl-uiouopoliit rail
road attorney Dolph smile.
While the Republican pres and orator
are blackening the fame of Hancock aud
MuClellan, they have no word but of praise
for Longstreel, Mahone, Key, Ackerman,
Moaby, th guerrilla, or Chamber, of Fort
Pillow' fame. The latter, whom the Ore
gouian used to itigtnatize by the mild term
of assassin, aud murderer, made a apeech to
the Chicago convention, which waa greeted
with thunder of applause. He i ou of the
unco guid now.
A sensation was caused in Brooklyn June
ar.tb. 1888, when ex Mayor 8th Low, for
merly a iwoiuineut Ropublioan caudidtte
for gubernatorial honor, in a published
interview announced that be would aupport
Cleveland, aa the latter atood right on the
reduction of tbe tariff.
The vote of the ttat at the last t lection
wat officially canvassed by tbe Secretary of
Mate Wednesday, llarmaun received 33,
8'iU vote, Uuerlu 23,413. M'ller 1.974. For
Prosecuting Attorney 2d Indicia! dnirict J.
W, Hamilton received 4,7m), A. 8. Hufford
To the Republican proposition of free
ugar let "Free. Trad'' be yelled. Tbat
ought to aattle it aud frighten eome people
half out of their wit beaide. Springfield
The notification committee of the Demo
cratic National Convention have notified
President Cleveland of hi renomiuation by
th 81. Louie convention. II accepted in a
few well cboaen word. la few day be
will reply at length to the aame.
Hod W. n. Barnum, of Connecticut, baa
o-n onauimnotljr re-elected chairman of the
Dtaocratio National Committee.
From a German Paper.
The Chicago Staata Zeituog, a Republican
journal, ay on the nomination of Hurriaon:
"Ilia career in tbe senate waa not very
prominent. It (bowed moral courage by hi
opposition to tbe Chinese laws. Hi posi
tion ill tbi respect will probably cost him
fourteen electoral Tote of th rucltlo states.
In Indiana h ha certain strength which,
howev.', is based more on hi ability aa a
political bow than on bit personal populari
ty. He bat no magnetism at all. The Ger
man of Indiana, Kepublican a well aa
Democruta, do not cure for him, because
nndor bis influence the Republican party of
Indiana declared itaelf for aubmittirg a con-
(tttntional amendment in tavor of prohi
bition to a vote of the people. The Repnb-
lean candidate for Vice President, Levi P.
Morton it the man of money bug. A a
tatesman, compared with Tun-man, Mor
ton i nothing, but the convention hoped by
bim to make a good impression on the atute
of New York, aud that Morton would reach
deep in hi purs to fill the campaign fund.
The Republican national convention, before
it adjourned, adopted a resolution presented
by lioutelle of Maine, in which tbe party
pledge to lupport all wise measure for
furtherance of temperance. The Republi
can party now stands aa the temperance
party, bven if it baa not tbe courage to
pronounce itself open for prohibition, it may
by thit nefarious trick bring back a few of
the prohibitionist wbo have fallen off. But
few German Republican will after this stay
true to tbe party."
The Kepublican Nominees.
The agony at Chicago is over. General
Benjamin Harrison of Iudiaua waa norni
nated for President, on the eighth ballot,
and Levi P. Morton, of New York, for Vice
Preaident. Tbe ballots after the third were
Fourth ballolBhermau 235: Harrison
216; Alger 134; Greabam 98; Allison 88;
Blaine 42; Mchinlev 11; Lincoln 1.
Fifth ballot Bherman 224; Harrison 213
Alger 142; Allison 99; Gresham 87; Bluiue
48; McKinley 14. A
Bixth ballot Alcer 137; Allison 73;
Gresliam 91; Harrison 231; Sherman 241;
toraker 1, Blaine 10; Ired Grant 1; McKin
Beventh ballot-Alger 120; Allison 70;
Blaine 15: Foraker 1: Gresbuni 91; Hum
ton 278; Lincoln 2; McKinley 1C; Bhe'mun
231; Haymond 1.
Lichth ballot-Harrison Oil; Alger 100;
Bherman 118; Bluiue 5; McKinley 4;
The nomination of Harrison was made
Before tbe sixth ballot waa taken cable
gram wer read from Blaine requesting his
friend not to vole lor him.
For Vice Presideut the names of Win. E
Bradley of Kentucky. William Walter
Phelp of New Jersey, and Levi P. Morton of
New York were placed in nomination. On
the first ballot llorton wua nominated re.
ceiving C91 vote, Phelp 119, Bradly 103,
and llruce 11.
The North German Gazette, Bismarck's
organ aud a high protectionist journal of tbe
tralghtest sect, bus tins to say of the presi
dent: "Cleveland unite the uutlincbing lu-
legrity aud lldelity to th coimtitution of a
Washington with tbe popularity and patri
otism of a Lincoln. Ho is tbe chief olllcer
ol a great nation, not a president wbo l
olected to oflloe by a party.
The African explorer, Henry M. Stunlev.
Ms been a prominent tlguro before the civil
izeu worm ami oaroarous Atrica. a day or
two since the telegraph brought inteMigence
which led to tha belief that Stanley bad
come to an untimely end, but later news in
dicates that, although in a tight, place, he is
likely to pun tbrougb and llnully reach civil
Eye, Ear and Deformities.
Dr. T. J. Eaton, Formerly of the Sur
gleal Infirmary of Indianapolis, Will
l8it Eugene City, Saturday to
Wednesday, July 7 to 11. Room
at Hoffman House. And at Albany
irom juiy uin to lutu
Dr. Euton has for the past twenty-five
years made specialty of the eye, ear and
deformities, and ho straightened more than
one thousand cross eyes. All inflamed and
sore eyes chu be enred unless disorganize'
tion bin taken place, t rtittcial eyes innerted
and tbe moit efficient brace for tbe
cure of crooked limbs, club feet, apinal di
eaaei, etc, furnished.
The following reference to Dr. Eaton is
taken from from the Merced Argu of tbe
"On Saturday lust we witnessed an oper
ation npon a croia-ey by Dr. Eaton at
his rooms in tbe El Capitan Hotel. Tbe
subject was a 12 year old daughter of Mr.
HuiiHitkcr, a resident of this town, wbo has
bci'U (rem her birth aillicted with cross-eyes.
It was done without pain to the little girl,
who, during tbe operation on the eye, auii
ingly answered several questions asked her
by tbe Doctor and ourself. Minnie Htiusu
ker, tbe subject iu this case, after the opera
tion appeared a bright, pretty little girl and
smiled gratefully while thanking the Doctor
for treating her so tenderly and subjecting
her to so little pain.
The following account of a remarkable
surgical operation performed by Dr. Eaton,
is taken from the El Paso Times of tbe 10th
"In company with Captain S, D. Slocum
we called to see Miss Jennie Biocum, (be
vuungest daughter of tbe Cuptuin, wbo has
been iu El Paso under the cure of Dr. Eaton.
We remember to have sueu this young laih
a few months ago at the ranch, with bar left
foot twisted until it was at right angles with
tbe otber foot, lo-day tbe left foot is as
straight aud natural as the right. We con
gratulate tbe young lady and rejoice with
her father in this successful performnunce
of Dr. Eaton. We were skeptical uutil we
witnessed tbe result. We are now xatixfied
of the promises of the doctor. Iu these in
stances they were verified."
A remarkable case was brought to our no
tice yesterday, Mug that of a fifteen year
old daughter of Mr. E. P. Gilpin, a substan
tial farmer, formerly of Columbia, Missouii,
now living near Colisburg, in this county,
wbo bad been totally blind from scrofula in
tbe eye for fifteen months. She wit treated
by Dr. Eaton, who is now in this city, after
one personal examination, by nail, with tbe
gratifying result of restoring sight complete
ly, lhe jjoctor and
Sladden & Son's Price List.
We. invite public attention to our
very low prices in Staple aud Fancy Oro
ceriex. Provisions, etc. .which we are enabled
to ofTtr by bnying in large lot and selling
strictly for cash, thereby suffering uo losses,
aud our customers do not have to make up
for tbe bad debts necessarily made by those
wbo follow the old credit system . Below
are a few of our price. Motto, Cash:
Sugar, Golden "C" 1 lbs for 1.00
Sugar, Extra "C" 14 lb for 1.00
Sugar, Dry Grauulated 13 lbs for 1.00
Tomatoes, 10 cans for 1.00
Pea. 7 cans for 1.00
Beans, 7 cans for 1.00
Peaches, choice quality, 6 cans for.... 1.00
Coffee, Green Rio. 5 lbs for 1.00
Coffee, Green Costa Rica, 5 lbs for .... 1.00
Soup, 20 1-lb bars per box, for 1.00
And all other good fn tbe same propor
We ore daily receiving fresh strawberries
and otber fruit and vegetables, and by leav.
ing your ord ra with ua early we will be able
to fill them promptly, and you will always
get the very beat the market ullords.
SLADDEN t SON.
Ls-. .yV-.V.r.. v.S,-;:;, ij-
for Infants and Children.
NOTICE FOR PUfiLICATION.
Land Otmz at RohnnnKO. Ob. 1
June '.7. 1SJS. I
XTOTICEIS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
i.1 toe fiillowlni? named settler has filed no-
ce of bis intention tn make final i roof In sup
port of bis claim, ami that "aid proof will be
made before the jinlee. or in bis absenre. be
fore the clerk of the county court of Lane
Co, Or., at Kusrene City. Oreeon. on Satur
day, Aug. IN If vit: James ftl IVIarfn,
Home teid Entry No. 4143. for the E 1-2 of
E 12. Sec 2. Tu 21 S. It 4 West. W M.
He paines the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon, and cultivation
f, said land, viz: M V Martin, A 11 Spr.re, 1
J Taylor. W P Martin, all of Cnttatre Grove.
utne Uo., (Jr.
( has. W. Johnston, Register.
NOTICE FOU PUBLICATION.
Land Officr at Roskdciio, On., I
.Tune 27, 1888. (
-V-OTK'E IS HERE15Y GIVEN THAT
1A the following-named settler has filed no
tice of his intention to make final proof in aun-
pcrmt ftinclaim, and that sanl proof will he
made before the lieiister or Receiver of U. S.
Land Olhce at I.osel.up', Or, on Wednesday,
Auc. Hlh. INKS, viz: tJeonre It H.irre.t. Home
stead Entry No. 41CV for the Lots 1, 2 and 3,
Sec 34. and Lots 4. fi ami ti, Sec. 35, Tp 18
S, II 12 Went, W. M.
He name the following witnesses to prove
ins continuous resilience upon and cullivaMnn
of said land, viz: A H Hut.olph, O F Ken
in young pa- t ni.i u. ira 'i iu n
tientnre both receiving congratulations ' f A'' " '"i ' " n ...,.
On account of failing health I have been
ob'iged to abandon tbe practice of medicine
All persons knowing themselves indebted to
me will please call at my old office at as ear
ly a date as posHilile aud settle tbe hiiuio. In
case of my absence from the office Drs
Paine and McKcnney are uuthorized to set
tie accounts and receipt same iu my name.
Db. A. W. 1 HATH KB.
Chah. W. Iohns'.on, Re ister.
All kinds of good, clean four-foot wood
wanted by tbe Wiuter Photo-Company.
w ooa taken in exchange tor pictures
any amount, until Sept. 1st, '88.
inquire over A. V. I'etura store.
ii is common uiik mat iiamsou was once
Governor of Iudiaua, but such wui not tbe
case. . le ran fur that office but wits defeated
it waa in that campaign, 1870. that the Deo-
I.M I .1. ..I", .
pie iiiiuiieu uiiu -Kin glove ariHtociat,
blue Jeaus Williams defeated him.
1 he Hoii-oMii-ttlhcr idea didn't work
well iu Ntw loik last fall, but lhe Republi
cans are to try the game over with the
grandson of hi graud'a.ber, aud the treat
grandkon of bis treat grandfather ibis fall,
any size and
for enlarging picture-i to
superior quality of work
Good upland f.mu containing 130 acres, all
under good fence; 55 ecres in cultivation,
balauce good pasture; buildings in good con
dition. For further particulars enoniie of
Dexter, Lane Co., Or.
Hurriaon voted in Con :ies to strike out
the section in the Chinese restriction bill
prohibiting natiiraliation of tbe Cbiueae.
He ia a kid glove aristocrat and does i
represent the people.
I'olmrir I (cms.
June 23, 1SS8.
Mrs. Lizzie Oaborno returned home from
a two months sojouru iu Kuuonu Citv last
Mr. aud Mrs. Helph. receutly froj the
South, have taken up a siiumer residetce iu
farmers are all busy prepanug for bnv
and grain harvest. Crops are reasonably
giHMi aim uo uneasuiets is ivit about rust.
mis wiry vaiiduyu is home on a visit to
her pareut. She has beeu residing iu Al
bany for a year past and ibis is her first visit
bom iu that time.
Twenty or twenty-five person went from
thi vicinity on the excursion to Silvrrton
last Saturday; aa many to the Grange picnio
at Halsey, aud a few to the horse race at
Hon. John Long haa leased the slock
ranch of Ex-Senator Colemau for five years
for the sum of f (1,000. lleboueht a Dortion
. . ....
oi ue biock uuu win try Vcutkniau farm-
llan lson Kndorsed.
(. bock, the wash houia man. eatle.l at
this olhce and aaid to tbe reporter:
iou uear newtr
"Hallisou; him p'es'dent"
"What do VOU Luow about Harrison.
John?" said the rpo..r.
'Oh, biiu belly good man; all sum ikeee
vuioamau. uim say tuiuamau come; Cht-
naman ail aam whitejiaa. No likee lilaine:
maiue say LUiuamau bo: all aame Huh.
ibioatuau got wash bouse; Dame say go.
e.,o wiu uous. now caur No pn
Chitmuian give heap money make pleaident.
loi.ieby Hsiliaon he let all' Chinaman Come.
iiaiiisouthinau'an'efleud. Hoo t!" Ami
Chock gave hi pk-ud a couple of twist
aud ambled off. uletle.
Fob 8Ltt. A
good aa new, at
loi of n'co Bt?off-cases, as
E. R. Luckki A Co'g.
The Steamer FAVORITE will leave
hverv murninir ot 8 A. M, arriving at the
iieau oi inieaiiuA. M. jjeave
Head of Tide
At 2 P. M. arriving at Florence at 4 P. M.
M'l'.CIAl, TRIPS made when called for
I'.ACl KSION PARTIES ut reasonable
ates. win also take Kxcursion parties to
u M r. i-Mtrr;rcA: thos wishing to go
mien L.r. i ii...iti.r. .... . r.
vr.r.r siva r i 1 1 1 a ( t will he accommodated.
jeu-ma UAMlih MAI.ONE, Master.
Malaria, Fever and Ague,
Dumb Chills, Wind Colic,
Bilious Attacks, etc.
They produce regular, natural evac
uatluns, never gripe or Interfere with,
dally business. Aa a family medlrinn,
they should have place in every
household. Price, 25 cents per box.
Ofllco, 44 Murray St., N. Y.
Closing Out Sale!
Having purchased the entire
HARDWARE & MACHINERY,
Belonging to Pritchett & Forkner,
I shall close the same out at
bedrock Prices I
As I wish to close out the business.
will sell as a whole if desired.
0. W. MONTAGUE.
"Caatorlaii so well adapted to children that I Cnstorlit euren o!tn, Cosflttpatlon,
, ,ecoramendHaa.Ur-riorU,MyprenpUoa tTA. 4,
111 Bo. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. Y. Without tujuriou rnedicaUoa.
Th Cextacb Companv,
' Murray Street, S. Y.
Why all who want Bargains go to
. II.. U0. Jl
Is tliat you ciui Buy more Goods of First
class quality for less money than elsewhere
SPRING AND SUHR STYLES
Ot Ladies, Misses and Chil dren rme anoes ani
and Slippers have arrived and we are prepared to show tl
public the LARGEST ASSORTMENT ot Bout;! and She
ever brought to Eugene City.
Custom work aud Repairing neatly ivnd promptly done.
No trouble to show goods. Call and be convinced.
KRAUSSE & KLEIN.
I I SM Kill I
iftflB Bit iHHMMUJJa
'J I I M 1 V ii
CHEAPEST AND BEST PLAGE TO BUY CLOTHING AMD CEHTS FUR
nishing Goods. J. W. CHERRY.
13 1 IR EI
If you w ill give me your attention
a few mrnutes I will trv and in
terest you in the w ay of
I have a Ian re lot of Hoots and Mioes for les3 monev than an
one m town, and every pair Warranted.
Clothing for Men and Boys as low as $1.75 per suit. Hats t
1 have just received a lot of Spring and vumnier dress good )
t'.ie incest 1 jver had. InrJs tliev wil 1 show oil your eniiim
'l countenance s to perfection; just the thing for leap year, andoiil;
Jo cts per yard.
I make a specialty both for oualitv of n,1
it iuu luutn. country orders solicited.
ior casu accompanying ordei-s
uotu by ma' i or telegraph
s ana price? to
Liberal disc mint
Orders promptly attend t..i
Matisfactioii Caiiaran tCel
I o Mat Tfaoh' Association will b
nvia at baitm, July Gil, t'.tb aud 7th. Ar
ranguint hat tn ma.la with th ditTtr-
ni railroad wbarvliy all wbo wish to at-
U'M may uo so al rtsluc! rata. Th bo-
lia ol aalrm ha also agrJ to eutartaiu
riaitor at rJucJ pru-o. tadiuj( iustruu-
wn irvm me tMi will t in attendance,
auJ a coial iuTitation is xtnJJ to all
lutrMted in Juoational matter to be p..
Tl.. v:.. r.:i .
mvuiuiju iiiuuuMid: mere area
nnndrw delttra, vainalhizer with Jay
ui u yirm uarnaon lo Urnnli-arn."
Ji A AT
Ui'nrral hbri.Un'a health i itnproTiuii
aloaly bulslrailily. IU has Urn Wk. n to
Call and see mq. J. "R "rt aut
w ... JXiiU(
Corner Willamette aaj Seventh Strwu, Eugeno Cit j, Or.
My stock is complete and I am
anxious to sell. If ypur pocket boot
is over burdened bring; it down here!
and I will clean it out as slick as
David did Goliah.
Xotice of Final Sfttiement.
V-OTICEIS HEMKBY GIVES THAT
1.J the unltrih'nei xpciitini of e eftatf
of C. T. Hair. dfaiel. hu H!.l in l'r.
Ut Court In I'onnty. Un n. an appli
I cation for the hearing (f tiie final s oxiut in
. sain tetatr: that th urn i. ... k. ..
I : the 2nd day of July, lsvi, n,l thst aL1 rsins
uiKmini wnn wj nave ny objwtiini to the
same are hereby notibwl to amar at that
C. K. Hi i e,
... Gn H. II kit,
ilay 31, Executor.
Notice of Final St'ltlonipnt.
-r-rrr-r iii HFprr.v niVKN THA
l t tin.L.rui.'n.! A. I tn i n wtrat r of th
enUte of J. L. Durkwortli, decease!, ha fil"
in th. Pn)mt f 'nr.rt nf I.ne Ountv. Ori,"-
.n nnn . I ...r. f . ,r tU I' ri.KT nf t)l fi n al
m.mi i i nalA Mtntv tht th time fur hearir.
...i .k. 4 .ii .,l m ho mav h"
objectii a to the same are herby notirie.1 1
arpear at tbat time.
C. K. Hale, AJimuwtrator.
May 21, IteA