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TflE mm CITY GUARD.
6ATUIIDAY OCTOBER 13, 1H88.
For Pi tMid. nt :
GHOVEH CLEVELAND. Of Nt w York.
For Vic I'rfHiJfut:
ALLEN 0. TIIUHMAN, Of OLio.
For Prenitlcutiiil Elfciurw:
W. II. EFFINUEU. ... Of M.iltuoumli.
E. B. KKlPWOimi, 0( U.imiilla.
W. It. CILYEU. .. - .... .. OfLiuu
How Lulior is J'rotectcd.
It In g notorintiK fuel tb.it tlm worn! Jmiil
nud moHt ii riuli-d 1'ibnr in Ujih cnuiiirjr U
tiniiloyfd in ihu Linlily rot ttnl iixliMritu
01 reuiiHylvnniii J in- tunil on holt coiil in
75 ct'iiln a tn. Th vhin imiil tlio miner
rttOH from 7U to 80 c Mn a tiny, iu houh in
BtllliCCH fulling hh low us (iu ti-uts. Tb
iniount mi mil by encb unii averages a little
Uioro tbun a tou mill n hnif a day. Tlie cost
of niuiing U, tLiert (ur, at ihuhI, not wore
than 40 or GO cttnu a ton, while tlie tariff is
75 centa a ton.
Tlio miiie-owucr nets llifl whole benefit of
tula protect ve tuutf. He Umvh Murviitiou
wages, aud lh condition of the optrutiv.-a ia
worse than tlint of the wml wilier in Entf.
laud, as It-milled to by Jlin Jurrett before
me aeiinte committee on education ami la
bor. The I'etinHylvuuia miners work about
twenty day per month, o that their aver
age taming do not exceed Si iter. week.
The Altooua Timea communing ou these
Aud thia ia not away off iu Home remote
part of the country, uor do we aitcerluiu
these fact by reading shout tueui iu the
leading papem. nor do we find them purtieu
ularly relerred to in the preaidental meHhug
e or CougreHxioual dtbutts. lint lliia atate
of thiuga exiat right here in the heart of
great, rich old PeiiiiHylviinia. Nor are theae
highly protected imjiorted Huna or Iialiuua
or Pule or Chiume, but they are mostly native-born
PenuHylvauiaUH. The Hume condi
tions prevail lure in lllair county.
How lieu Harrison, iu the luce of these
facta, cab have the aH-urauce to tell the
workingmeu Hint over 47 per cent, tariff ia
for their benefit, 'puw.etu uli uuder.t,iud
iug." It Favors China.
The Republican Free Track Hill Iwsiiles
lowering the proteutiini on liee and sugar,
which aie priKiiiuiions of China, allnWH npiiini
to oinne iu trea ( r nieiiicul purpiwei-. 't he
ChiueMj would import opitiiii tor iiwlicil
use, and then suiiike it to liil theiiiMt'lviM.
The beimlilicun Free 'Irwin Hill reads ji'Kt
like it wiuihl if it hail Im . n iliufieil In IVkin.
Curl Schurz lor Cleveland.
Carl Helmrt, tlm very nliliwt loader of the
Independent)!, lias written a letter advocat
ing Cleveland' re elecii Few men have
a wider foll'iw'mr tlmn Schnri!, and this letter
in rather a gouil niz"d nail iu the Jtepuhlican
Ilivllli haeu a deHirt 't lima tile Federal
nriny, Mr. Pat Ford, whoe Iriah World ia
trying to eliait Man iHou ua ii vainly tried to
elect Ulaine four year ago, entx a rather sor
ry ttgiiie in a camp iigu iu which the "sol
dier vole" plays so conspicuous a part. The
following p.unyrapli ia a trmxciipt from the
war tec rda of MiiKKiiclniHi tlH, furnished by
the Aiijutiiiit-Oeiieral of that atate: I he
name of Patrick Ford of Ho t in, ag-d 25. on
cnpalion, printer, is found oil ih" muHter-oiit
ndl of Co. A Niuili nnim nt. Maasachusetta
Voluntary Iufaniry, Col. (J liin y; enli-ted ou
the I3lh d.y of Anust, I8UJ niul mimtered
tutu the aervioe of the United Siatea Augmt
13, I til J. for thin vr-i; .lim.rled on the 2d
day of February, 18(13 Undent, nth. oppo
site the words "K ui.iikt," is written:
Burled at F ibnou'li, Va."
Blaine in Michigan touched the tariff very
lightly. He iim cou-.cioua of the fact that
he stood before men who were being wronged
by uujiiHt and partial laws. He attacked
Clevi laud for vetoing reunion bills. Cleve
land can iill'.inl to go before the people ou
his pension record. He lias approved many
pension bills giving millions of dollars to the
aoldtera, but would not become a party to
the robbery of the natlou by approviug pen
sion bills, fraudulent iu nature aud purpose,
passed by congress at the rate of one a min
ute , Cleveland's houusty ami Integrity are
The Republican tariff bill may be called a
"Chinese free trade" measure. It plan
nut oil, which is produced abroad exclusive,
ly by the Chinese, on the fret list. It re
duces the duty ou rice (10 per cent, and China
it the principal foieigu source of rice supply,
A cut of 5(1 per cent is mado iu the duty on
sugar. Nearly ad the sugar that comns to
this port is produced by Chinese. Appar
ently the Rcpnhlkiiii party is determined to
make their t xcbiKiou troiu this country as
pleasant for the Chinese as possible. 8. F
TIim Ronton Herald ilud ) remarks upon
the greedinms with which people clutch at
the minor political oflloe. and then noes on
to any: llere have the Itt'mhllriitii been
having tlit in all iu the Navy Department for
a quarter of n century, Yet, th. ir paper
are now complaining because, uiel r the ex,
nmiiialion rules, Judk-e Kndicott directs that
Democrat who are n .tally fitted with He
pub leans shall have the preference iu tilling
vacancies that lit ly oeeur iu the service.
The Presidential elivdon Uke place Tues
day, November G'b. rt'e believe that no
fairer election than llie coming lias ever
taken place, or will take place in Oregon.
The isMie is tariff reform against the protec
tive system. . There is nothing iu a name in
this campaik'ti' If you are iu favor of fair
trade for the benefit of all vote for Ch-ve-1
I ... I 1 . ; i . , .. .. . . !
anil, it you wisu in neiM m Ilia lew ami
make the iniiiy piy for ii cast your ballot
The Orrxonian says that U n. bin. street is
a prettv ii'l man. Now. in otiininn of
a v'Urrilla by the mime of Moliy in In order,
or it ei.iild tell why the "hl.idv butcher ol i
rort riiinwa aililres'iint the K -leililu-n na
tional convention, was greeted with fran
Geo. L. Converge, ex-im mber of congres
from Ohio, the man wluou the Oit gonian
declared would not supHirt Cleveland, will
stump N,.; Voik for Cleveland, Thurmau
Mr Lucy Parsous. Ibe L mlse Michel of
CliicaKO, has taken the stomp tor Harrison
fcnd klortou. "Save u frou our fri.uds!"
i the nielancboK cry of Chairman Quay.
MTiU mms kind Reoubiican kindly inform
Plaint that au Indiaua person UulUed Harri
on is a oaudidale for President. I
t 1.''' i. B-),l""tvery fwouent-,
It km the Ut B (W j
The Regi-der clips frotu a New Jersey pa
per the astoiindiiiK news that au authentic
poll of ibe itute shows a Republican majori
ty of C5d0, It theu adds that if the vote can
be brought out and lairly counted, there will
be au old tune Republican victory. If the
U' publicans orry that atute it will be indeed
au "old time victory." New Jersey baa goue
Republican but once in thirty year pant,
and that was in 1872 when (Jiant aud Greely
w re (-audi law and the election Went by
default. The Rcpublicanl presa keeps New
Jersey tnding in Ibe column of doubtful
states. We aie willing they should bug the
fond del uiou. Probably they will claim
An Exam n t apodal gives the re
stilt of a city t lictioi, iu Newailc, the princi
pal tnanoiaciiirliiu.ciy iu New Jeraiy The
county Essex, in which it is sitiniled, gave
Rlaine ll" majority iu 1861. The Register
estimate gives the county, which ia a con
gressional duirict of itself, to the Hepiibli
cans by 25UU majority. The Oregonian give
inn a tew nnn oi news regaidiug thla sig
uiueaui eiei unu, i nB examiner says:
Nxw ioK, October 10. The Utmocrati
are exultant over the Newark election. It is
the home of the laboring men. Manufactur
ing Interests center there. The World nnh-
lisbei the following prominent on first pHge:
.mwaiik, uctober .--wecarrr ewark.
N. J., ou a popular vote of C25 majority, a net
gain over 1681 of 'M'i'J votea. It is the first
time the city bat U u carried by Democrats
in a Presidential campaign in twenty year.
no mho gam to Aldermen and recaptme
me uouru oi Education. o. MXNDCLl,
"Preaideut Democrstio Central Committee."
I his was the tirat charter election held
under the new sunset law, and resulted in a
pronounced Democrvtio victory, notwith
standing the tremendous effort of the Re
publican to gain tome prestige for the No
Thit ia considered the strongest protection
cily iu the atate aud the Republican were
determined to make it appear that the free
trade scare was really working. They failed
most niiserubly to hold their own. They
iei out to en ci ten Aiuermen, of whom they
hare succeeded in electing only a portion.
From the present indications the city
will nrobablv uo 1'200 rualnritv far iha Tium.
ocrata. Iu 1884, at the time of Blaine' can
didacy, the city went over 1500 Republican.
"Protected" Pauper Labor.
The pay in the cotton factories of Maples 1
twenty cent a day; of the Neapolitan marble
aud laauite cutters from forty to fifty cents a
day, according to skill; of coachmen, thirty
cents, of women in lace factories, ten ceata,
and girls, seven cents; of soldier in the army,
two dollars a month. if all the workmen in
the klasswurks of Italy, only the skilled blow
ers receive aa hieh a a dollar a dsv, and la
lairer nn farms, hoeing or making hay, from
fifteen to eighteen ceuta it day, working from
sun to sun.
W take the above from a Republican cam
paign document whlc.li is being circulated in
tl .is state.
Tli labor ol Italy and Germany which is an
Itrspldcally described in this catnpaiim docu
ment is not free trade labor but libd'ty "pro
tected" labor. Germany and Italy discourage
imisirtations by heavy duties on the articles
which they pnsluce. And according to this
Republican authority the protected German
women saw wissl iu the streets for fifteen
centsailuy, and Italian mechanics receive
from twenty cents to fifty cent a day.
And yet Hen Harrison and the rest of the
Itepidi'ican aiieaker have the effrontery to tell
the American workingmeu that high tariff
makes liixh waes.
The Work of a Trust.
Whenever a nmnnnolv hss been assaulted
J.m, (, Itlaine has come to iu defense, wit
ness hi assertion that trusts are lurvelv nrivate
On the other hand Cleveland called trusts
iu his letter of acceptance, "conspiracies,"
a definition uever more antly illustrated than
by the so-called UKr refiner' trust
Diirlmi the liast Week in Boston. New York
and '.altlinoie over4(XM) men have been thrown
out ut einp.ovment, by eiiifar reliiierie clewing
at the the commands of the trust, who there-
ty niie to raise the price of suuar one cent a
iHiu'id, which will make the consumers of su-
K'ar in this country pay Rtf.OOO.OOO to not nver
'J(M) iwrsoii the tnaimL'ers of this very "private
Worse than all the Republican Free Trade
Bill puts the sugar grower, whether cane,
sorghum or lieet, at the mercy of the refiner,
by outt.lnx the duty nn raw sugar, a deadly
blow f.t the beet suifar industry, which 1 just
in its infancy on this coast, and irives promise
of Incoming a leading agricultural and nianu
facturiiix interest. Refined sugar iu the Re
publican hill is given a higher protection, so
that the refiner would l put beyond compe
tition. The trust contribute, and that i the reas
on the milk in the Republic u cocoa nut Is for
Some Lively Itcttliig- on the Election.
Iu the political betting the Democratic
atute and natioual tickets are largely iu the
majority. Col. win. L. Rrowu, who won
jaiO.UOO in 184, bet a young man uatued
ltllotson, from I'lttsfield, Mas., $20,(KiO to
gri.OOU that Mr. Cleveland would be re
elected. A well-known bookmaker Satur
day uight bet $olKM to 12500 that Mr. Cleve
laud would carry the atate of New York, and
taiKiti to 2dtHJ that Mr. Clevelaad would lie
the nut president of the United Stnte.
The betting on the election among the spurt
ing resorts Saturday uight waa flOOO to
7iK) iu favor of the Democratic candidate.
New York World, Monday, Oct. 1st.
Oct. waa the first day for registration
New York Cily aud Brooklyn. In each
those cities the registration exceeded that of
the first day of ltil by over 20.0U0. Active
and early legislation iu those cities mean a
heavy Democratic vote. It i probable that
the N. Y. Herald waa not far wioug when it
estimated a IHI.IHKJ uijrity for Cleveland in
New York aud Brooklyu.
The prrteut i the longest coutiuuout tee-
tiou ol Cougresa ever held in Washington.
e longest iir ceduiu session was that of
1850, wht-u the Missouri Compromise Bill
waa passed. That aesaiou euded Sept, 30th;
but wh n the present will close no mortal
Hon. Hugh McCullu.h h.-creUry of
1 reasiirv nudcr Lincoln. Johuaou aud
thur has declartd for Cleveluud. He ia in
favor of tariff reform aud cauuof support the
Republican ou that isaue.
The N. Y. World of Oct. 1 ha a dispatch
from Norwich, Conn., showing that the
D uiocrata had held their own, aud iu many
liiatauet made marked gains, iu the town
Oen.Dau E. Sickles, who aaved Little
Ronud Top aud tb Union army, at the bat
tle of Uettysl urg, is stumi'itig New York fur
Cleveland, Tbuiman and Hill.
Farmers if you want monev brius all ronr
old iron. Conner, brua. U V K.a,Lm
Hs pays the hihtat oaah pric. New York
The Oregonian says (bat "if w had fre
trude, India and RussiHn wheat win Id be
shipped here aud told in this market. It
would be just as reasonable to assert that
the millions of bushels of our surplus wheat
we have exported to Etigh.ud could be ship
ped back and compete in price with the
wheat that remained hero.
If the political editor of the Oregonian
would connlt the commercial editor be
would make no anch wild and ridiculons as
sertion without he regard his reader a
devoid of intelligence The commercial re
port of the 1 lib of Oelols r, the same issue
in which be makes the statement, give the
price of wheat per cental as follows:
Liverpool . . . 1 1 7,
New York ... 1 hs,
San Francisco . 1 (10,
Portland . . . 1 40.
Now the only possible way for Rnssiau or
India wheat to reach the United States would
be by way of England, and it is nr.t probable
they would pas a 1.97 market and ship
3000 miles to find a fl.HS tuurket. Thiug
occasionally should be called by their prop
er name, and it 1 but just to any that the
Oregonian is engaged iu considerable unmit
The Price of Wool.
Tlie wool speculators of the East succeeded
In Knuging the wnol-zrowers of several millions
this year. They sent out circular saving the
Mills bill had mined the wool market, a Aus
tralian cheap wools (which are selling in Boston
at 35 cent per lb, and being imported at tbst
figure when they can (ret Oreifnn wool at 23
onte a pound) comielled the buyers to offer
low prices. The man who buys, you notice,
buys just a cheap aa he can. and It is to his
Interest t make the seller think there i no
market In their efforta to lower price and
injure the wool-grower the entire Republican
press of the United States aided. There were
plenty of men owning sheep who hail no more
than sheep's brain, aud the speculator got the
wool for nothlnir,
Nn sooner had the speculator got the wool
than tne price advanced nearly to the level of
Iwt year's, and it commanded this price when
the Mill's bill passed and for a month before,
for the speculators had the wool to sell then,
and they were were not frightened by the brajy
which scared the growers out of their wit.
Cleveland any the people ask for bread
and the Republicans give them a atone.
Wrong there, Orover. They give them a
plug of tobacco aud and a jug of whiskey.
They use the stone to mob the Pn his with.
Portland Express (Pro.)
Hie Republican press have been laboring
for the last month to Drove there is nn mroliis.
The Republican senate, however. reHirts a bill
tnat it passed will reiluce the revenue collec
tion for the next year 75,000,000. This is a
bard year for campaign liars.
Pittsburg Post: A huge anti monopoly
reduction tidal wave is just rising that will
sweep the countv clean in November. The
land of the free heara just burdens oatientlv.
but submits to no curtailment of its freedom.
Local Market Report.
EtiOKNlt, Oct 12, 1888.
Wheat-7HJ to 79 cts free on board cars.
Oats-20 to 25c.
Barley 25 and 30 cts per bushel.
Kggs 25 cts wr dot.
Biittkh 25 ots per lb.
Wool 18 and 1'Jcta,
IAttn 1'JffilS cts per IU
PoHt'sjs 25c per bushel.
Flour 1st grail-, W.40 per bbl.
Bacon Sides 10l'.'ic; shoulders 8 to 9et!
hams. m14 cts.
Chickens-Yonnir. $2.50Tr 2,50: old. M.OOrSI
Town lots in Packard' nnd Sheltou'g ad
dition ut $50 and $100. Also 10 and 20
acre lot of No. 1 fruit laud, in cultivation,
yt mile from Eugene; price 35 ieracre.
'Ph. T. W. Shklton.
Millinery j Millinery!!
I propose to open a well assorted stock of
millinery goods in the red front building
opposite Bakur'a Hotel which I will sell at
the lowest reasonable prices. All kinds of
millinery work done aud satia'actinn guar
anteed. Give me a call and examine my
stock. CM. Hoovfk,
Mits. R. E. Mf.nsor, Agent.
The Guardian sale of ,h. Caleb Davis pro -
perty will take place at the Court House on
Oct 18, 1888, at 1 o'clock p. m.
E EMMIE WMI Ml
tea tMmMx iiitiffl
CHEAPEST AND BEST PLACE TO BUY CLOTHING AND CENTS FUR
NISHING COODS. J. W. CHERRY.
Has just received direct from New
York and Chicago, the largest
and best stock of
f FALL AND WINTER GOODS;;
Ever brought to Eugene.
THIS IS NO IDLE BOAST,
Hut call and prim them. Remember th rlawTh New
Mci, corner Willamettw and Eighth St, EugenB City, Orrgon.
Arrived at Krausse & Klein's the largest
assortment of Waverly School Shoe, in all
size from Chillis', Cb ldreus', Missee' and
Womena', ever brought to Eugene, aud will
warrant every pair, and at prices lower thau
any house in the valley. Cull and see them.
CutTiihiOut. It Is Worth 81.00.
EcoKNK. 8i pt. 12, 1888.
We promise to pay one dollar to any cus
tomer buy inn (10 worth or over of Oroc ries
(ixcepting sugar) of us between Sept. 17th
and Sept. 22inl inclusive, upon presentation
of this advertisement at our store.
Sl.iDDKN ft Son.
The highest ciish price
wheat by F li. Dunn
will be paid for
RETORT OF VII K CONDITION
At Eugene City, in the Statu of Oregon,
the close of business, October 4, 1HSS.
Loan and discounts $113,010 74
Overdrafts, secured snd unsecured. 2,124 00
U S Bund to secure circulation. . . .
Due from approved reserve agents. .
Due from other National Banks
Due from State Banks and hankers.
Real estate, furniture, and fixtures.
Current exene and taxes paid. . .
('hecks ami other' cash items
Fractional paper currency, nickels
Legal tender notes
Redemption fund with U. S. Treas
urer (5 of circulation)
Total $183,118 21
Capital stock paid in $ oO.Oi'O 1 0
Surplus fuud C.000 00
Undivided profit 2,807 50
National Bank note outstanding 11,250 00
Individual deposits subject to
check .... 88,583 15
Demand certificate of deposits.. 20,5(17 27
Due to State banks and bunkira 1,00 23
Total $189.141 21
Stats ok Ok soon, Coi'ntt ok Lane, aa:
I, S. B. Eakin, Jr., Cashier of the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that the alsive
statement is true to til best of uiy knowledge
S. B. Eakin, Jr., Cashier.
Sul scribed and sworn to before nie this 12th
day of Oct, 1888.
T. fl. Heniuuckh,
W. R. McCornack,
J. M. Hkndhick.s,
WE CAME IIEHE TO STAY'.
Do Not Smoke Chinese Made Cigars.
Wo will introduce our own Iliads of
PATRONIZE HOME INUUSTRY
And we will do th btiuie.
dive ut a trial ami we will
Notice to Smokers Ilnvaoiis sold in packages.
On Olive street near corner ol
J. JAKULEK t CO.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Ofkice at Rohebhi.o, On., 1
Oct. 9. 1SS8. f
TOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN THAT
the f"llowiiik' named settler has filed
notice of his intention to make final proof in
support of hia cluim, and that said proof will
be made before the Juilye, or in his absence
before the Clerk of the CYuntv Court of
Lane County, Ur., at EiiL-ene Citv, Or., on
Monday, Nov. 19, 18S8, viz: B. F. Moore,
Homestead Entry No. 4308, for the S. W. 1-4,
Sec 14, 'I p. 18 S., R. 4 West, W. M. He
names the followiui; witnesses to nrove his
I continuous residence upon and cultivation of
, V ToCi. isZ&l i
City, Lane Co., Or.
Chah. W. Johnston, Register.
ni i is i
A first-class Bran
of the Finest
A Fink Line op
ANU ALL KINDS OF
Constantly on hund.
Stoe corner Willamette and
Cash for Wheat
The highest market price paid at
On 9th street for Wheat.
Shoes, Hats, Caps and Clothing at
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
From the Cheapest to the Best at
prices according to quality.
From the Cheapest to the Best. All parties can
be suited either as to Price or Quality.
Our assortment is Complete, from, the lowest Price up to
the finest; can siiit you, if you irc its a call.
OUU STOCK is
Cf Free icw :sra3 SJylajsSa.v:
Look us ovit
we c.o tint savp you
sell to you low.
A FULL LINE
"Ciwtorla ia so well adapted to children that
. i vtimmrr.d It aa superior to any prwicrijiUoa
njun Ionic." H. i. Am-riKa, JI. D.,
IU Bo. Oxford 8t, IirooUja, S. T.
Why all who want Bargains go to
Is that you eau Ihiy more Goods nf First-
class quality for lessmoney than elsewhere as
SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES
Of Ladies, Misses and
ami Mippcrs have arrived
public the LAuGLST ASSOUT.MlvV i
ever drought to Kiuene City.
Custom work and Uepaimg i:e itlv ;iti ! j
No trouble to show goods." C.-i'i
New Hearse; one
in the State.
Which are olToi ed at th
money, t will make hmmih one e
I B. DUNN
LMJ pi VS
W; xhxffs WkW WiSriPi.- W'd
WLic ji ijurifnai mcii..i ion.
Ths C"..vrArrt Cosi-akv. 7. .Murray Ptrvet, S". Y.
in1 MJM r. Vfr1
ue ie ii : ji.d o i
i.'l 1 convinced.
KRAUSSE & KLEIN.