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ESTABLISHED FUR THE DISSEIIMTIOX OF DEMOCRATIC ritttlFLEg, AND TO EARN M HONEST LIVING BT THE SWEAT OF OCR BROW.
EUGENE CITY, OR., SATURDAY. OCTOBER 0, 1888.
Zbt (gngene (City Guard
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY.)
1. L, CAMPBELL,
ub!iNlier anil Proprietor.
FFlCE-0n the Easi side of Willamette
S-lreet, btweu Seventh and Eighth Streets.
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Six Month..... ij?
Three month. 'J
KA.TK9 OF ADVKHTIHINQ.
AdvertiemenU inrted " follow.:
On. Miuuti ten line, or leu. on. insertion 53;
,ch .ubsequent iuaertion L Cah required
'"advertisers will be oharged at the fol
On, quart three month. S
0n.nuare.ix month w
On.so.uare one year "
Transient notice, in local column, 20 cent.
Mr line tor each insertion.
Advertising bill, will be rendereJ quarterly.
All ob work must be paid row on delivery.
CEO. B. D0RR1S,
Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law.
f TILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS
of the Second Judicial District and in
h. Supreme Court of thi. State.
Special atteution given to collection. and
matter, in probate
-Attorney and Counsellor at Law,-
EUGENE CITY, OREGON.
PRACTICES IN ALLTHE COURTS OF
this State. Will give .pecial atteution
to collection, and probate matters.
Office Over Hendrick Eakin'. bank.
Washburne & Woodcock
(JUQEXE CITY, - - - OREGON
OFFICE At the Court House. jy8m3
GEO. A. D0HB18.
8, W. CONDON.
CONDON & DORRIS,
Attornc js-at-Luu ,
EUGENE CITY, - - - OREGON
OFFICE-Over Robinson 4 Church', hardware
GEO. M. MILLER,
Lltornoy and Ccunsallor-at-Law, and
Real Estate A$ent.
EUGENE CITY, - OREGON.
Of! Ice formerly occupied by Thompson &
J. E. FENTON,
KUGENE CITY OREGON.
Special attention given to Probate business
and Abstract, of Title.
OFFlci-Over Grange Store.
Physician and Surgeon.
Wilkin's Drug Store.
Residence on Fifth .treet, where Dr Shelton
DR. JOSEPH P. GILL,
C1AN BE FOUND AT HIS OFFICE or re.
yidence when not pnfeB.ionally engaged.
Residence on Eighth .treet, opposite Tresby
J.J. WALTON, Jr.,
EUGENE CITY, OREGON.
WILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE
Courts of the State.
Special attention given to real estate, col
ecting, and probate matter..
Collecting all kind, of claim, against the
United State, Government.
Office in Walton', brick room. 7 and 8.
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE
I HAVE SOME VERY DESIRABLE
F arm.. Improved and Unimproved Town
property for sale, on easy terms.
Propertj Rented and Bents Collected,
Th, Insurance Companies I represent ore
among the Oldest and nwst Reliable, ami in
th. Prompt and EyriTABT.E adjustment of their
os.es Stand Second to None. '
A .hare of jour patronag is solicited.
Office up stairs, over the Grange Store.
a F. IX ) KRIS.
HAS OPENED A SHOP ON NINTH
Street opposite the Star Bakery, whrie
a, is prepared to do all kind, of work offered
ia hi. Una.
A large stock of Fin, Cloth, on hand for
customer, to .elect fro in.
Repairing and cleaning don. promptly. Sat
Kogene, Not. 6, 1886. tf
Day & Henderson,
House in Eugene. Corner 7th and Wil. Stft
Sols Agents for
FOR THE JUSTLY
-GOLD AND SILVER SHIRTS
rH3 .. ZxA
JjumcJ We are .till at the old reliable "Grange Store, 151
t--i and can sell you anything that you want to eat 7
Jf o' wear,
Have removed to
Marx' New building
They have a complete stock of
Watches, Clockf Jewelry &. Musical Instruments.
A large invoice of
HAKKKll LUIS' WOllKs!
MS BARKER. Expert Gun
Smith Stock ot Guns and Am
munition on hand.
Kl'liLXE - - - ORKGO.V
Barber Shop and Bath Rooms.
Hot and cold butba ulwajs ready during
First door north of Dunn', new block.
T Yy that ire fretful. peerlBh,
XjVWJ VV-T cross, or troubled with
Windy Colle, Teething Pains, or
Stomach Disorders, can be rellered
at once by using Acker" Baby Boother.
It contains no Opium or Morphine,
hence U safe. Price 23 cents. Sold by
Osbuiu ft t Euet.fc
C. M. COLLIER,
OFFICE: At Court House, County 8ur-,
I off -r for sale 40il10 f-t businea. pmper-
cL double hi. uiotey within two year.
Kito. M. ilxu.li
W i. h m i
It. It. t'uehran & Son,
Ileal Estate Agents.
Kugene Uly, Oiejon.
Will attend to general Real Estate businesa
such a. buying, aelling, leasing and renting
furmsand city property, eto. Office on south
side of Ninth street.
H. F. McCornack, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Groceries S Provisions
I HAVE OPENED OUT A LARGE AND
Select Stock of
CROCERIES, CICARS, TOBACCOS.
MISCELLANEOUS GOODS, Etc.,
Which I intend selling at Fair and Reason
GIVE IwIE A THIAL.
ty Old Ittwmic IiaUdituj, Eagntt City, Or,
G. O. GAI'.KISON.
Order, for Spencer Butte fruit trea, may
be left at the Grange .tore; also Mr. Brown,
on Eighth strwt will liare thein for tale.
Three year old bartl. tt pear tree, will be $12
a hundred, smaller ones (8. Other tree
cheap. Outilli Philw, Prop.
$ VOVV nf'ffil
p,jia, Dse Acker's Dyspersi Tablets.
are a positive are for Dyspeia. Lv
dip. Hftulency snd Const, patlon.
tUm. 23 and CO cents.
0burn k Co, Eugene.
Direct from tho Front.
KsoxmiE, Trs's., Jmy a, I88S.
The Swift SHiilic Co., Atlanta, Ga.:
Gentlemen I can chccrfullv and truth
fully say that S. S. S. is the greatest blood
punlicr on eurth. In 1834 1 contracteti
blooil poison. I'hysiuians treated me with
no good results. 1 Uok a half ilorcn differ,
eut kinds of blond nieilicims, but, without
receiving any permanent n lief I I was in
duced to try S. S. S. 1 t)c(r.in the first
bottle with the pravest doubts of success.
I had been s. cltvn dvevived. But im
provement came, a:,. I I continued its use
untd perfectly well. I have sim-e married,
and have a healthy family. No trai-e of the
disease is seen. Swift's Specific did all
thii for me, and I am grateful. Yours
truly, J. S. Stradfr.
llS Dale Ave.
Krvp, Texas, June 1 iS33.
The Swift Specific Co., Atlanta. Ga.:
Gentle. arn A six'tcn-yearld son of
mine was atllicted with had' blood, and broke
out with an'cruption on various parts of his
body. 1 put him to taking S. S. S., and a
few bottles cured him entirely. I live at
Louc Oak, but my post-oilk-e i' at Kemp.
Yours truly, W. S. Roiunson.
Three luniks mailed free on application.
All dru!;ists sell S. S. S.
Tub Swikt Si ecii ic Co.,
Drawer .1, Atlanta, Ca.
he York, 756 Broadway.
What Is It!
That produces that beautifully soft com
plexion and leaves 110 triicrH of its nnpliea-
tion or ininrioiiH 1 fleets? The aimwer, Wia
dom'a Robert ine aeruuiplisheB all thin, and
is pronounced by Indies of tu-tn and refine
ment to be tli (i most (lelmhtful toilet article
ever produeed. Wiirmiited harmlesH and
nrntchlesH. F. M. Wilkiim, ngeut, Eugene
By the latest methods in use bv Eastern
dentists hioji in the profession, Heiideraou is
enabled to produce eipmlly 11s ilesirulile re.
suits in tine guhl lillmijs. Office, .nine place,
Castoria ia rccmiiuiendod by nhvsioinns for
children teething. It is a purely vegetable
prepariiiion; us uigreiiieiits lire puuiiHuecl
around each bottle. It is pleiisnnt to the
taste and absolutely harmless. It relieves
constipation, regulates the bowels, quiets
pain, cures uiarituea ami wunl colic, allays
feverish ness, destroys worms, and prevents
convulsions, soothe, tho child and gives it
refreshing and natural sleep. Castoria ia
the children's panacea tho mothers' friend.
35 doses, 35 cents.
Lambert k Henderson nro the sole agents
for the celebrated Superior stoves. Tuke
your wife and look at tlieiii.
For Sale Four yoke of broken work
oxen mid rising for sale cbuip. Cattle mid
owner ale 11I Eluiini, Lane county, Oregon.
Ai.kx A. Foster.
Moore's Reveab d Remedy regulates and
builds up all the orpins of thu human sys
tem. Sold by Eugene Druggists.
Dr. Taylor's 7 Oaks Compouud, purely
vegetable, positively cures rheumatism, neu
ralgia, toothache, sieli headache, cramp col
ic, cholera morbus, complaints peculiar to'
females, cold or cough, hives, chills and fe
ver, pains around the heart, erysipelas,
phthisic. Gk,rok Taylor.
Sold by O.iburu & Co, druggists.
Mr Gen K Craw him the sole agency for all
lirand. of tlie celebrated Tansil Punch Citfars.
All kinds of good, clean four-font wood
warned by the Winter Photo-Company.
Wood taken in exehnugo for pictures to
any iiiuoiint, until Sept. 1st, 't).
impure ovi r A. V. Peters' store.
Best facilities for enlarKllltf pictures tn
any size and a superior quality of work
Kransse & Kh in have just received the
finest $1 French kit shoe ever brought to
E iK'ene. Lidies call and see them. We
hive them in Opera Hiid French toes
Bettman will take all kinds of produce,
e;gs, bacon, butter, chickens and everything
at better prices than anyone else in town.
1 bis po (Vr tivef varies. A mam I rf iur-
' ity. .tr. Dtth and h,leiipn.'. More eco
f nomieal lhn tin- or irury kinds kndranmt l
I ia CMji:U;i'.n w.ili ll.e multitudo i f 1. W
t, li(ir. Wright a!em or r.iplit N.ilra,
Sold only in can. Rotal Bakiko Powuib
CO., 100 Wsil M., N. Y.
r fROYAL fi:',!! J
Subjoined is printed the sentiments of
leading Republicans on the necessity of
OAKriKl.l) in conorksh, 1870.
"Mr. Chairman, examining thus the pos
sibilities of the situation, I believe that the
true course for the friends of protection to
pursue is to reduce the rates on imports
whenever we can justly ami aafely do an,
aid, accepting neither of the extreme doc.
trmes urged on litis- floor endeavor to estab
lish a stable policy that will commend itself
to all patriotic and thoughtful people."
GARFIELD IN CONORKSS, 1170.
' I believe that we ought lo seek that
point of stable equilibrium aomewbere be
tween a prohibitory tariff nu the one hard
and a tariff that given tm protection on the
other. Iu oiher words, 1 would have the
duty so adjusted that every great American
industry cau fairly live and make fair protiis;
and yet so low that if our manufacturers at
tempt to put up prices unreasonably, the
competition from abroad would iiun in and
tiring dowu prices to a fair rate. Such a
tariff, 1 believe, would lie aupported by the
great majority of Americans. '
president Arthur's mkhsaok, 1881.
"The tariff law nl-o needs revision, but
that a due regard may be paid to the con
flicting interests of our citizens important
changes should be made with caution. If a
cartful revision cauuol be made at this ses
sion, a commission such as was lately ap
proved by the (Republican; Senate, and is
now reoommended by the (Republican) Bee
retaiy of the Treasury, would doubtless
lighten the labors of Conuress whenever
this subject shall be brought to its consider
ation." SECRETARY FOLOICB's REPORT, 1881.
"A revision of the tariff seems necessary
to meet the condition of many bmuehis ol
trade. That condition has materially
changed since the euactmclit of the tariff lull
of 18ti4, which formed the basis of the pres
ent tariff as to most of the articles imported."
PRESIDENT ARTHUR'S URH8UIR, 1883.
''I recommend au enlargement of the free
list and a general revision of the tariff."
TARIFF COMMISSION, 1882.
Early iu ita deliberation tho commission
became convinced that a substantial reduc
tion of the tariff duties is demanded, not by
a mere indiscriminate popular clamor, but
by the best conservative opiuiou of the ooun
try, inoluding that which has in former
times been most strenuous for the preserva
tion of our natioual industrial defences
Such a reduction of the existing tariff the
commission regards not only as a due recog
nition of public sentiment and a measure of
justice to cousumers, but one conductive lo
the general industrial prosperity, and which,
though it may be temporarily inconvenient,
will be ultimately beneficial to the special
iuterests affected by such reduction."
SECRETARY FOLOEB's REPORT, 1882.
"In reading the testimony before the
tariff commission, it ia to be observed that
with scarcely an exception the represents
live of every industry, while conceding that
a general reduction of the tariff is proper and
necessary, has claimed that its peculiar pro
duct cau submit to uo reduction of the taxa
tion now afforded. W hile the views of the
manufacturers are to be weighed it is mani
fest that they will never be able to agree
upou a reduction of the tariff duties. Ail
agree that a revision of tho tariff is neces
KCRETARY V'CDLLOCH'. REPORT, 1884.
"This -much, however, it may be proper
for me to recommend: First That the ex
isting duties upon raw materials which are
to be used iu manufacture should be re
moved. This cau b done iu the interest ol
our foreign trade. Second Thai the duties
upon the articles used or consumed by ihnse
who ire the least able to bear the burden of
tnxntiou should be reduced. This also can
be affected without prejudice to our export
trade. The tat upon whisky could not be
repeal) d without a disregard of publiu .eiiti
m. ot, nor without creating a necessity fur
higher duties upon imported goods,
REPUBLICAN PLATFORM OF 1881.
"The Democratic party has fulled com
pletely to relieve the jieople of the burden of
unnecessary taxation by a wiso ruductlon of
the surplus. The Republican party pledge
ilse'f to correct the iueqn.. lilies of thetaiiff
uid to reduce the surplus."
blaine's pari, mksbaok, 18H8.
"I would not advise the repeai of the
whisky tut. Other considerations than
those of fiuauciid administration are to be
taken iuto account with regard to whisky.
There is a moral side to it. To cheapen the
price of whisky is to increase the coutinip
tion enormously. There would be uo sense
iu urging the reform wrought by high licen.e
in nn-ny ftitcsif the National Gov. rnimnl
neutralizes the good effect tiy makmg whi-ky
withiii reach of every one at tweuty cents a
Atraviling man, stopping at the Lee
House, Ctmpbellsbiirg, lull., on learning
that a lady iu the village was suffering terii
lily with cramp colic, gave the landlady a
bottle of medicine, which he had with him
and requested her to take it to Ibesick woman.
The medicine relieved her promptly and she
believes saved her life. It was Chamber
Iain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
the promptest and most reliable i,.edieiue Iu
u-e for Bowel coiu"laiu(s. Hold by Osburn
Cholera Morbus is one of the most painful
and dangerous diseases, many deaths result,
ing from it each year, usually because it is
not properly treated. I be most severe cases
may be cured by using Chamberlain's Colic.
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Bold by
Osburn fc Co.
Chamberlain ' Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy was used with great success
during onr epidemic of bloody Flux. I do
not Know oi a case mat was lost where this
remedy was used. One of uiy friends, about
six mile from here, had a child that was
itiven up by the two doctors who attended it.
He then used Chamberlain's Cholic. Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy, and the child re
covered.' All who have nsed it speak of it
in the highest terms. Wishing you abun
dant snccem for the good you are d.iing, I
am, Very Truly Yours, P, E. Laninuer,
P. M.. Cbe-tnut, Amherst Co., Va. Sold
by O.burn k Co.
Cbas. Baker has leased the Baker Louse
from Mrs. Baker and purchased the bu-i-n.
Ail bill, previous to Aug. 15 are pay
able by sud to Mrs. Baker. j
Lost, Strayed or Stolen?
For severs! weeks before the Maine elec
tion the columns of the Repi blican organs
teemed with accounts of wholesale deser
tions of their old party by Maine Democrats
on account of the Mill's bill. In one town
sixty-euht Democrats in a body had "walked
into a Republican nieetinn and announced
theniM-lves for Harrison, Morton and protec
tion." In enolher thirty bad done the same
thing, and in another twenty live. Demo
crat ia farmers by the score had declared that
they "wanted no free trade iu iheir'a," and
would therefore vote the wbide Republican
ticket for the first lime in their liv. a Promi
nent manufacturers, L. Mofore Democrats,
and ill. ir employes in large. utinil rs had be
cine iiitliu-iaMio eonviris to Republican
im Indeed, according to It- publicuu pre
el. etion reports from Maine, the Democratic
party ot that State had practically dissolved,
and ihe liepnblieau ticket wa. certain to be
ele-'b il by substantially a unanimous vote.
W. II, as jl turned out, Mr. Putnam, the
Democratic nominee for Governor, received
the largest vote ever cast for a D. mocratlo
candidate in Ihe state. The Republican plu
rality fell off over 7 per cent from 1084. The
Deinocratiii vote increased over 5 per cent ;
the Re publican Vole only 3 per Cent. The
question is: On election day where was
ihe grand army of M ime Democrats who
had just abaiidnutd iheir parly on account
of the tariff question'!1 Were these Demo
cratic "deserieis" lost, strayed or stolen?
The people who bad beeu depending npon
the It publican newspapers for information
as to the situation iu Maine are certsiuly
entitled to an explanation.
A Sting-inff Tale.
Yon never hear the bee oomplain,
Nor hear it weep uor wail;
But if it win it can unfold
A very painful tail.
From well informed pariies the News
learns that the thief is known who stole the
IIO.UIKI package which was di posited in the '
postofQce iu Portland destined for New York
which place it never reached. It is stated
that tho only reason the suspected party is
not arrested is that the authorities have not
all the evidence that they want. It il
claimed that Ui.cle Sam's mail is being sys
tematically robbed by a well organized band
of thieves, who have operatives at Ibis end
as well as in New York. Who the suspected
man is, it is iniposiible to learn, but suffi
cient was said to lead oue to believe that the
arrest will soon take place.
The United States fWi 'commission lately
sent to California C(HI live lobsters, 350 of
which arrived safely at Saoranicbto. Several
attempts bad previously been made to send
live lobsters across the North American con
tinent, but had failed. In the present in
stance Col. McDonald, flsb commissioner,
Jiersonally superintended the packing of the
olielers. A crate or box devised by the late
Captain Client, r was nsed. This was placed
within another larger box, the intervening
space being tilled with pounded ice.
Marshall Bazalne is dead. He died too
late, an exile and outcast from his couutry,
loath, d and hated by the French army, of
jhich be was once a proud snd distinguished
leader. Had be died before Meti fell he
would have been a hero in the eyes of the
French nation, Metz fell and he did not
di., snd his rank sud glory failed out with
Ihe Empire of the weak old left-handed
nephew of his uncle Alta.
The annual r.-p n t of tho North -rn IV
cifl was issued on the 20th Inst. Il shows
an increase on the gross earnings over last
year of 3. 05(1, HHt); increase ou operating
expeases, J 2,Oii;l,8G5: increase of net earn
ings, f'.m;).ll5; iueiease of other income,
71.171; increase of fixed charges, (581,218;
increase, of surplus, M5,U78; lucrease of
It is slated lhat M. da Lesseps subsidies
Ihe French press to the extent of at least
100,000, for which nice little sum it is ex-pet-ted
to make propaganda for bis schemes.
The lion's share falls to Paris j-mrnals. The
Figaro and O minis are sud to reaeive about
iC.!5,000, the Matin 10,000 and the Petit
Journal 10,000 per annum.
It Is stated that 1 1. us are being prepared
in the navy departuieut at Washington for
two new monitors, which, if the report is to
be trusted, will be marvels of offensive and
defensive strength. They are to carry a 110
t hi gun, to be heavily arui .red. and to steam
eighteen knots au hour, all on a displace
meut of 3.600 tons."
The English spelling is the worst in the
world. Millions of years are wasted by each
geiieratiou trying to harn it. Millions of
dollars are wasted each year iu printing and
wilting sib ut letters.
Bismarck weighs 227 pounds.
Davis, the t.ilor, has just received a large
stock of imported ami domestic goods of the
lutest Spring snd Bummer styles. Call and
examine his stock.
Postal Trlkobaph. Office honrs on Sun
day from 81)0 to 10 HO a. m. -and from 4:C0
to U:u0 p. m. Week (lavs, .11 bu-iuess hours.
O. F. Craw, Supt.
Fanners if you wuut money bring ill your
old iron, copper, brass, etc., to W. Sanders.
He pays the highest cash price. New York
Why yes T-Te-T. We ask yon to note
thai we carry the largest and best stock of
Tea south of Portland. We buy direct from
the importer. We allow yon to see, (cute or
mull aliat yon bny, or will give you a sam
ple to let yon find out just what kind you
waut. All favorite and tried brands always
in stock. Prices to suit the times from 25
cts up. We alto have a full and fresh stock
of groceries etc.
pArtFTC TrA Co.
Mike n M,.pnui.ujui wuu il-uderson
Dentist, and have your operations performed
an skillful m.uner.
Don't Believe It
When told that F. M. Wilkins, ths druggist,
is not selling "Wisdom's Robertiue" for the
complexion, the most elegant and only really
harmless preparation - of ita kind in the
world, and Kiviug beautiful picture card)
with every bottle.