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W. EUGENE CITY GUARD.
BATUKDAY OCTOBER 27, 1888.
For PrwidwH !
OROVEB CLEVELAND, ... Of New Yorh.
For Vice Prvaiilt-Dt:
ALLEN Q, THUHMAN, Of Ohio.
For PtaakUtitUI Elmom
W. II. EFFINGEB, ... Of Multnomah.
E. B KKIPWOBTH Of Uiuntilla.
W. B BILYEU, - ... Of Linn
Col. W. II. Rfflnffer at the Court
House this Saturday afUTOOOD at I !0
Tariff ami vYlfW.
"Tin- tnriff i- purely a ipti-ation of waged "
cry (lie Ri pntilit'iiu Mump apeakera hikI hi
urn. If mii, win me WagM l w r in ciniiilriih
vnirb have ibn bigbtat turifT than i iIiohh
wbicti bava tin- Inwratf Tht' couilitiou of
the labor! r iii O. nimny, Itiily, Aui-lria mill
Kiiaain in mo-t it iiralili'. mnl Iiih . at
aliuoxt infinitesimal. Yet iLimii coiintriiM
mi' protecti-il ly Hlmoht prohibitory tariff.
If the tintr ii pun lv 11 qnattion "f wugi-i
wliy ia it ibiii WurkilignieD have, to organil
iitiii I'lioibiui' for their own protection? Why
Hhmilil lli y hi iililicd to Htiike, oeenalim
ally, if ih" liirilf la UMlf Mjl proteotof! Why
It it tli.it i he mm ii in the unprotected imliiH
trie have Nti-mlt. r employment 'nil FMNrfVt
III le l v ; Mi III tilOKH I'llllglll III till
uioat highly prutrcti il? Why are fictorie-,
mills in I inliii'H ' freijuelitlv i'IohciI nt
the com iiiitiii) of .the executive botUtl
of trut iiud tlimiaaiula thrown out
of Hiipl'iyui'-iit, if th tnriff in pure
ly n ipieHtion of wagea? The antm
tiinir a in operation it every part of tie
country, mill i t Vagel an twto H high lb
kouii- iluti ictH ihitn in othnrx. Why nhonlil
il-lii- ho, unilej Mich a heiiefiwol protector?
Work i iiiiu ii mill wage-eni n ra, put thom
qnehliiiiiN to i In- IliM man that tells you high
taxi a BUM Iii - Ii .-age an I Hie wlni i answ. i
he tun in 1 1. -
Organic View of Newark Klcction.
IVnao tin. New York Triluitie.
Oor, i& two.
Tim tmitr qnaatioo
to the EUpobll
enn win, the uariln
which hIihwi-iI the hir
Hunt gaini "ver hint
year lieing tlitinc ill
MtbiUd hy working-itii-n.
Oct. !), 1KK8.
'I'ii" election I
watilieil fur with urent
intercut thrnti h n u t
the Mi! a. affonltnu
oaM imlli-atiiin of tl a
political drift ami lor
it. mural effect Upon
the election, next
IJCTi II, 1888.
It i. not nppar nt
that the tarilf UatM
entered into tie- New
ark BnHbll in any ile
Oor, ti, 18KH.
So fur iih the MMI -al
re.nlt i" conci-ri-sd
DtL inajnrity TOOl
the RapUllfkiaDI have
mi Mm tn Dtllf)
their hope that New
Jaraay will loin tin-
I'lut. "timi oolUUl in
lire cnnhiteiit el a k"'"'
Illllll VS. I II 10.
It has In-i ll a favpriti paatlmaof Rvpubli
BM pMN rs I" Unit ami puhli- h the iimhi-h of
the patiiiircli" who vuii-ilfor Harriaoa in lulu.
Tin y m i in to think it kvpniwa e proapetit.
of the aoa of his f i'ii t mnl araudaon ol i.i-
ran. I falln r. We enn add to tin ir lUl
a few tbla wci i mnl doubtlma it idv(
tisi-d fur namea vonld ttml uiaaj nura Tin
foltnwlBg uamea Oama to ua laoidettUlly In
0MKk of a ooii variation; John It il-y. I'i
Patl is. m. B, Blii-hliy .ml Mi I an i
fat Harriaoa iu 1840, but if the) live nun
Nov. 6li Cleveland will he on l to i r tioket,
Jacoh Oitli'spji- and V MclMiire als . voted
fur Harriaon in IMU, bat will vote tot Fi-k
tbia year i Bro, journal add tbaaa uaiUMlu
Coltutfc lirove Items.
n.OM oua IPBOUli COBIItKmQHpjrri
Oot ML IHN
Mi Ii-.i ll .wi, y i.f Eugene hh hi our
Mi-. Lincoln Basil ton
has btt u in li'wn
Mr I i fllaa left Batnrdaj for BngatM
Mr. W ti i in ii poke here as ier notice in
last Wi eks (JPAU
Mr. Blibtrt far. y went In Oobwg Sunday
and ri turmd Tm siUy
Miaa Frauota Uadlav raturud from Drain
the Hist of ibn WW k
Mr. I) BrfalOW and wife are attendiug :b
Mechaiiic'n Fair this week.
Mr. J. 8 Medley ia at wink iu Eak in ami
llristow-'n htme during Mr. It's absence,
Mr. Lawmiu Single and .1. M. Mi di -v uvut
to Eugein Saturday and n-turin .1 Sunday.
Mr. Alviu li i.,b.-s itu-l wifenf Creswi II cum
lip one day last Week, and B. W Realch
an I family accompanied them home.
Mrs. I'ii h y I'm lor and children, who
have been visiting relatives iu Oohiaa couu
Iv, Cat, for Ihu lust two uioutha. retioiu-d
Mr. Perry Sherwood and una of hit chil.
d(1 n have been ipliti ill, but were Ituproving
wbrn laat heard iroiu. Mi.sk Katie llo. ...
is better also,
Mr. Charles Leiter, ol iliinction, hia
fallier and RDOthi r geiitlt-uiaii from Nelnas
ka were visitiOfl Mr. Ki bbttbMl and Linking
for vacant lutid iu this vicinity la.t w k
A team belonging to Mr. UnsaiA ran off
and collided with Mr. Win Tucker's team
on ttie budge in I lie middle of town la.t Sat
uruiiil denioralir.ing both vehiclea, a wagon
day ,hack, v-ln-iderably.
National Surgical lustituto.
Two or mure MHMOM reprr.enting tliis
Institute will Ik at the H.'tfman House, En
gene City, Nov 5th. They come fully pre
pared lib .ill the apparatua liecesaary for
the auceeKafnl treatment of their special
ties, unrrature of the spine, disi uses of the
hip and kueejnint, cnaikeit limtm, club feet
and dl bodily defi.runtie.. Their succesa in
treating these troubles a. wi II as all aexual
ami chronic diM-as. h baa made fur the Insti
tute a nalinmd reputation. t'p--n lptdioi
tiou. refereniCK will l lurnishisl from pa
tii tits in all paria of ttie Toiled Ktatea. All '
p. i -ii- who are ill- i ii. I. ..in any of theae I
complaints, .hnutd not fail to lake advantage
of line opportunity for relief.
, . ,
Win MePbe ihoii to T
Shnw'a addition, ilino
1) Edwards, lota in -
lb 1. 1. H II 'I'n in p. (ieo B Dorria
Mulligan's ibniaiiou, VH)
A C Woodcock to D A Paiue. lot in Mulli
Kan's addition, $40n.
D A Paiue and wtf to Mac E Cocki rlioe, '
lot in EiLworih'e addiuuu, 4uu. t
Camp Creek I tenia.
Oct. 18, 188
The roads are a little rough since the re-'
Misa Ida Mi-Hee leaves Huuday to sojourn
f-i a time on the McKeuzie.
Mrs. 8. J. Butledge, of Eugene, visited i
relntivea bere the first of the week.
Mr Geo. Hillcgua haa l n roslicating on
the ii i, n I. in. in.; one day last week.
Mr. T. J. Punton's and Mr. J. M. Mo
Lean's residences nro neariug completion.
8cbool began last Monduy at Wulterville,
with Misa Maggie Millicau to away the scep
ter. Mr. Oscar Campbell h is leaied P. Chesh
ire's hop yaid uear Springfield for the ensil
Mi H. Braiaton ia repairing his home iu
the way of re-rooliug ami adding a new
porou lo it.
There is now solid comfort at the ha h
ranch. Jobuy T. is the. happy possessor of
a big arm chair.
Mias Ella Brantnu is visiting in Eugene
this week. Hbe will probably n main m town
during the Whiter.
Mrs. T. J. Pitutcn returned last w ek frun
a five week'a visit with her daughter, Mrs.
Boy Coffin, ut Yaqiiiuu.
Mr. Ciislnnaii li irtmi, who has been in W.
T, and I i iIm for several years, recently paid
his M mis a visit ou the McKeuie, lna for
iin i home.
The mail between this place and Walttr
villu filled to make connection last week,
t he carrier struck for higher wagea, and not
getting it be lefuaed to carry the mail.
The silver-tongued orators of our vicinity
have begun to i.iuumiuate tbu political tir
inaiuuiit with their brilliant slump speeches.
Let it bo Grovcr Cleveland and reiorm.
Mr. and Mrs. C. It. Starr, of Corvallis,
visited at the resideuce of Mr. Jas. Camp-
i" II. tin ii relatives, recently. Iliev went
trom here to Southern Oregon, whitbei they
go for the beuefit of their heulth.
Mr. I.. i Shields, of Eugene, will wield
the rod over the urchins at the Upper Camp
Creek district till- Fall, beginning Mil Mon
day. The people of this disliict are, we
think, fortunate in securing the services ol
ouv ao t then-lit as Mr. Shit-lila.
Oct. 2f, 1888.
Sumewliat damp but no frost as yet.
Mr. Nelson Swaggart will have returned
I.- in hy the time of this issue.
Thanks to Mr. and Mrs. II. Road fur
some excellent wedding cuke.
A J. II. White is billed lo favor our village
with a lecture and elite rutiuiucut to night.
li dimming., who ha. been ipilte ill for
veral days is somewhat I etter at present.
Mrs. Mulkev, of Pleisaut Hill, was in ut
tendance ut the Ueed Eby wedding S.inday.
Mr. Win. Stewart has iniivnl his family into
their village residence f ir winter sclioolin.:.
llev, Mr. Kline of Portland urn ti) a abort
visit wiih friends here the first of the week.
Hov. (ieo. McKiuley of Eugene delivered
another one of his good sermons fur us Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Keency start for Ta
coma, W. T. , to morrnw, to visit Hie family of
N K Hiindsaker their son in law.
We hear it whispered that the Pleasant Hill
II ui I ciiiiteinplates an vntertainiiient about
Thanksgiving for the t in of tln-ir treasury.
tin ahead, boys, and Goshen will doubtless
contiiluite her share.
Married. At the residence of the bride's
parents, .Sunday, Oct. gL ISsM, Eider I N
Mulke offlcntiii' Mr Robert II. Itee.l and
and Mata JmmIo Bby. "Bub' ami Id. lain
Ii ive ui.iliv fm nils to wish tlciu u pleasant
joiirnty thioiigh life.
Our dfliating focietv hen-h:iv" for discus.
ion on the evening of Oct III th- resnbitioii
th't "' 'levclaml should be reelected to the
'" -i i: . The meeting will tie held in tin
k'i.o.l'" hall with u u'ein ral iin iutimi for old
Mid jmang In pwtiuipata. Co ne nut ami
f iid your cause, ye Republican.
Oct. J.', 18' 8
F'shing is nt in ly over.
The tonatablr baaaotne broken ribs.
Mr. It i. in, from (imdincr, is in town.
The hi iiu waa atopped runiiing to day.
Mr Catloy, of Cottage drove, is viaiting
it lr. Ui I . Kennedy a.
Joe Mollis. Sr., is up frail l! irdiutl visit-
ing rclativi a mid friends.
Amos Hartlllfl expectii In leave shortly for
Ri w .Ii rsev. after his mcthi r.
There were lomi very line p. aches brought
dowu frntn .orth K rk yaaterday,
The Mi., bief caine in Friday, the 19th
m. d went out on the 'Jilih with a cargo ol
J, "iiu cases of salmon.
Tlu-re w i. a wrestling match in town last
Saturday between James Montgomery and
Charlie Vandcrliurg. It was decided iii favor
of the former.
The Southern I'acitic Company has begun
mi active light against the Northern Pacific
and On gun Short Line for the passenger
business to the East 'n to the present
time Hie Short Line has secured a very large
pi rceutage of the business, its rates bring
eipial to those of the other routes. Tin
Suithem Pacific geta a very short haul ou
the business as it stands, oatrying the pass
i ngers only to Portland. It is now proposed
to turn the tide of east bound traVtl south
ward through California, and to accomplish
this the Southern Pacific has placed coupon
tickets to all eastern points at different
mis ill 'ii the line of tin- Oregon A Cal
ifornia, among them being Portland, Sal nt.
Albany. Eugeue, Boaeburg, Ashlaud and
SOMETHING NEW III Ml
FEED, SALE AND COMMISSION
la;, Mi I hi
Wi top, GRAIN and all
PUCE sold on Coiiimiasion.
kinds of PBO-
Horses, Mules & Stock
of all kind. BOl'OHT ami SOLP.
OHic and Suble.. comer of WillameUe
an I Tenth StirrU. Eugenr City. Or.
Local Market Report
Kvorne, Oct. Jf(i, 1MK8.
Wiikat-78 to 70 cU free m Istsrd cam.
Oats -20 to 25c.
Hurley 2fl and 30 cts per bushel.
Eggs -20 cts per tn.;-..
Bl'Tteh 25 cU mt lb.
Hoi'H 15 to :'l) cts.
Wool. 18 and lltci..
Larh - 12C 10 cts a-r lb.
Potlttsjn- 25c per boaltvL
FLoua 1st grad", 1 85 p.r hhL
Bacon Hides IO'iM'JJc; shoultlersH to 9cU;
hams, i:-..- u cts.
Chickens -Young, tt,SO0M.lOi n!d, 3,tKX
There is a vacant scholarship in the State '
University from Lane county. All who wish
to make application lor this'fr bid iriblp
will pb use apply to the County School Sn-
prrinttndenl by the First ol Morambi r.
A yearling bay mare cult 'vh lus. from No i
v illey about tuo weeks a.-ii. Was seen jaat
following a aragt near W'm Iiiimui's lei s.-.
Anyone inVlna blfumatbsi IM regard to, or
r turning tin- anlt will Is? lils-rully rewarded.
Town lots in Packard 'a and si), lion's ad
lit ion at 50 ami $(KJ. Also lOaitdSO
acie lots of No I fruit I 'ml, in ciininilion,
I 't miles from Bogaut; price 86 tan ..ere.
. On, T M. Siih-ton.
Farm an if you want moii -v bring; nil your
old iron, copper, brass, etc., to W. Sambos.
He pays tin highest cash price. New Yolk
THE BUST IN
Ask for the
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE.
m mam m im
CHEAPEST AND BEST PLACE TO
Has just received direct from New
York and Chicago, the largest
and best stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
Ever brought to Eugene.
THIS IS NO IDLE BOAST.
Hlit call hikI prim tin-in. BmnmuW th place;
Hrick, corm r Williiinette and E(ghth St , Kiiu'iw Oitv
House in Eugene. Corner 7tli and Wil. Sts
Have removed to
Marx' New build i riff
The if have a complcJe stock of
Watches. Clockf Jewelry & Musical Instruments.
A large invoice ol
I propose to open a well assorted stook of
millinery goodi in the red front building
mmmIU Hakcr's Hotel which I Will sell at
1... Im i. ui r..it.otinlile nriri-s. All kinds
millinery work done anil satis acti.'U guar- j
anteed. (iive me a call and examine my j
Htmk. 0 M. HoOfM,
Mhs. Hi E. MfcNsou. Agent.
Arrived at Kruiisse A Klein's (he largest
assortment of Watarj Kcbnol Shoes, iu all
sizes from Chillis', Ch ldrctis', Misses' and
Woiiicuk', ever brought to Eugene, and will
warrant eerv pair, ami at prices lower Ihsn
any bona in tn' valley. Call and aee them.
WI CADI HBRI TO STAT.
Do Not Smoke Chinese Made Cigars.
VVf vi ill iutroiluce our own Hnttla of
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY
Ami wh will do the nil inc.
Qhn us a tri il mi l ve will
Notice to Smokers llavoo.'is sold in packag-a.
On Oliv" stie-t near corner ol
BUY CLOTHING AND CENTS FUR-
J W. CHERRY.
i, .IASKUI.KK A CO.
C. lirittiiias goods.
I, B. HE AM,
A first-class Bran
of the Finest
A Tun Link of
AND ALL KINDS OF
CtiuNtiiiitly on h.mil.
The highest market price )ail at
Ou 9th street for Wheat.
Shoes, Hats, Caps
A FfNE ASS0IITMENT OF
BEAUTIFUL 0RE8S G000S&
From the Cheapest to the Best at
prices according to quality.
FBI TTO A
From the Cheapest to the 2est. Ali parties can
be suited either as to Price or Quality.
Our aswrtmewt is Cowplete, from the lowest Price upto
the finest; can suit you if'jfOu give its a call
oub stock rs
Look us over;
at II to you !o a.
if e do not Nov V'U
-A FULL LINE
t5torl is so well adnr'tfd tochlldron that
wwianwdW s itiipcrior to uny pn-t ripiion
to.vutotne.M L A. Aacn2r.. V ).,
ill So. Oxford St, ltrookl) u, K. Y,
THE REASOI !
Why all who want Bargains go to
Is tliat you enn Uuy
class quatiiy tot less money than elsewhere as
SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES
Of Ladies, Misses and Children fine Shoes and
tnd Hipper have arrhrfjtt add we arc prtpnretl t. show the
IpabQe ie LARGUSI ANSOUTV;' , , 0 n an,l Shoes
ever brought to Kiierfe ritv.
Custom rork nwl Kttainog ueatly and protriiitly dine.
No trouble to show poods I . l h convinced.
KRAUSSL & KLEIN.
New Hearse; one
in the State.
1 1 "' off. .cdattha
Willamette and 7th Streets.
and Clothing at
j i L
'inniev, aa v,i make aonie tjna ai
r. 15. DuiS
and Ci Iren.
f.c:vnr i - :i.
Kills v t j
ii,., i. ,., uad iiruuotea di-
Tus QariDa Oonaaar, r Konaj strwt, N. T.
K. &. K.
more Goods of First-