Eugene City Guard. tiATUBDAY DECEMliEU 12, 181)1. President Harrison'" mcHmigo to congress bcaro the marks of careful and studious labor, and taken ns a whole is an ablo document. Atten tion is called to our imbroglios with Great Britain in Ikhring sea, Italy, and Chili, and tho liojie held out that all tho troubles will lc sat isfactorily settled by diplomacy. Our reciprocity treaties with Spain, Brazil and San Domingo are called to attention with information that negotiations are pending with other countries. The president alludes to tho smuggling of Chinese into tho United States across boundary lines and asks that appropriate leg islation bo made in regard to the subject. A statistical defenso is attempted to be made of tho McKinley. bill. No account is made of tho immense crops of the past year that have promoted trado far beyond tho or ilinnrv limit: no account is made of tho starving millions of Euroj that must have our surplus gran products at any prico they can m sibly afford to pay; no account is made of tho fact that the great part of tho wealth tlius secured irom our roductions do not remain in tin lands of the producer, but must U paid to the manufacturer for urti clcs of everyday necessity, in creased ereatlv in prico by an ex orbitant tariff. Juggling with figures is not a new phaso of polit- . ical chicanery and rresiueni Jiur rison is not above it. Tho silver question is dwelt up on with tho hope that the present law will bo allowed to stand for further trial. He shows his strong preference for mono-metallism but at tho same time quannes ins siaie menta so as to givo hope and en couragement to bi-metallists. Fig ures of silver production and coin ago and use ol the same are intro duced that can bo used with good effect on either side of tho ques tion. Tho defunct forco bill is de fended and tho old'- cry frauds against suffrage reiterated. He believes ''it would bo possible to constitute a commission, n6n partisan in its membership and composed of patriotic, wiso and im partial men, to whom a considera tion of the question of tho evils connected with our election system and methods might bo committed with good prospects of securing unanimity in somo plan for reliev ing or mitigating these evils. Tho constitution would permit the selection to be vested in a supremo court if that method would give tho best guarantee of impartiality. This commission should be charged with tho duty of inquiring into the Bubject of elections as relating to choice of officers of the national government with a view of secur ing to every elector free and unmo lested cxerciso of tho suffrngo and as near an approach to an equality of valuo in each ballot cast as is at tainable." In almost direct opposition to tho last clause of tho ubqvo quota tion ho severely criticises tho plan adopted by tho Michigan legisla ture of electing presidential electors by congressional and senatorial districts. He appears to forget that this method is far nearer to ob taining "an equality of valuo in each ballot cast" than the present method of voting by states. In 1888 Harrison received 49.G.'t per cent, of the vote cast in Michigan and Cleveland 44.90 per cent. Of tho fourteen electoral votes of tho state less than half are conceded to tho democrats, or claimed by them for tho next election. Tho exhibi tion of partisanship on this Bubject is unworthy of tho president, and is a blot on tho otherwise able mes sage. Tho election of Crisp speaker of tho house of representatives is not thought to bo favorable to Cleve land's nomination to the presiden cy. Tho Oregonian continues to say that "Hill is tho most dangerous man in public life in tho United States today." Of course, that paper moans "tho most dangerous man to tho republican party." The Oregonian is greatly dis turbed over tho "dangerous" char acteristics of Gov. Hill, of New York. The governor has made it too lively for the corrupt Piatt crowd to be loved by his iwditical opponents of the Oregonian-Tribuno tyjw. Since tho election of Crisp for Biaker, ho might bo a presidential possibility were it not for one thing; he was born in Sheffield, England. Our constitution settles that question for Crisp's admiring friends by requiring every presi dent to be a native born citizen. The season is approaching when the mails will bo loaded with holi day presents with the usual result that a largo number will get smashed and destroyed. Wrap well with strong papr and twine with tho address legibly written in the lower right hand corner and void loss. The assessment roll of Lane county for 1891 makes a handsomo showing compared with tho prev ious year. The gross increase of property w f 1.4:50,072 and taxable increase 1853,015. The efficient labors of A sensor Mel'herson, the possession of an abstract, and the natural increase of property have secured these results. Pleasant Hill Letter. Dm 9, 1891, Molttluie in abundance-. Htroiim t are full. Jupiter, wtiat d'j otU bli nam, bender. Il oil Mr. Ju. E. Sellen returned from Corral- BARGAINS. lla VAftlnrrlftT. I Mr. Wrar tad family, formerly- resident of Eugene, are keeping bousa for Jaa, R, Heller. fr. Ibiiia Matthnwa waa viaitlos at i. K m, h.Ukv r.liiiinn Mid Misa Lilly Pow ell were married on (be 2tfth of Norember. ir.nrv Mutthffwa of Goehen and Geo FUhur of Eocene mar be aeen any of Ibeae davs rustling after eattle. Mr rtrnnt I!ni-hnnQ and wife bare re turned to lleppner, where they will bereafter permanently reaide. Mr. b. B. Untlflu. with bar mother Mr. Nnrlmunan. are now reeidenta of 1.1. nluM 8, Handsaker expect! to etart in aihort time to bis borne near Florence, and will go via Yannlna. u. P N I olr hu tMen nolle lndi nmu.,1 fnr anma time with drSDBDsla. but Ll...il..UU.in P. In and Dr. Diet hu 1. much im oroved in bealtb, the lent named physician, wboae fame la world-wide, nays, "Throw physio to tbe dogi." The entertainment siren by Professor Hunt'a DODila on tbe evening ofTbankigi ins duv. was an exoellent affair, and wai duly appreciated by tbe large crowd of per aoui wuo Dart was wall mAritfld fr hnlidave bat fait what it Is will be told later on. Via ara r biased to note that Mr. P.- $1.50 x, Shelley baa recently purchased a neat fami ly vehicle and we are sure that none la more worthy of tbe same. THUKSDAY DEC. 10. .50. 1.00. 1.75. ireciatea oy me large crowu ui yw- . , . r i were present. Each and every Mcn's'WhitfJ Shirts all S1ZCS, laUlldned. $1.50 u'p" Men's'Fancy Vicale Shirts, with collars and culls lUWn liAnw Oil.Cirainpd Shoos 2.50 Men's Fancy Laco Shoes, (suitable for evervdav and Sunday wear.) i.w yi.lo AiLWml K?lrflr-.rrav blankets, worth fa. U. $5. $0. 187 a pair, vou can buy them now for $1,70, $2.50, $3, $4 and $4.50 respectively. Men's Undershirt and Drawers 37 and 50 cents apiece, worth 75 cents and $1. This is positively your last chance to se- rh hare-airis. Remember the Dlace. next to Luckey's drug; store, on Ninth street, The entire stock is oflered for sale at 75 cents on the dollar. Groat tbe A regular spring day. II. W. Holden Is baUaitlDg tie itreet railway. ninro flrlfllth. A native of Britain admitted to citizenship. 1 Imm Hum Wnlil.r ears Croncb llonston dynamo il giving splendid satisfaction. Wm. Eeno. of K itsai, I in of tbe lata P. O. Bono, of this county, Il risiting here. J. K. McCornack, formerly of Eagene, was elected treasurer ot raionse city, Wash. TTnn T.. Ttilran. x mamher of tha State Board of Equalization was borne last even inn. lie returned this morning. liiH-oriler Dorrlw ia able to attend the duties of his oilloe airoin' although hln lllnew) hiiH left him very feeble. J. W. Christian has lust the sort of pre sents to fill that Chrutmas Hleign wears looking for Christmas ere. Tbe case of 3. M. Williams n J. X. Buncb. tried before Justice Kinsey joater- day afternoon, was decided In favor of t. W. Bunch. T.. It. Fielda. SaDerintendent of the Southern Paoiflo railroad linei in Oregon, pent last night in Eugene. Also . H. Wall, ol Junction, luacjmaaier. P. R MnP.Irr nf Ralnm. Rnnerlnten- Ant nf Piihlin Iimtriifitinn fnr Oregon, was lu Eugene last oigui mamug arrungemeuis for tha Diatriot lnatitute which meets here Deoomber 'ilh. A. J. JJubb was taken very slek last tliriit. !)(.(. n. Dr. Krown was iinme- diiiU'ly called and pronounced It lieu- nil'la of the heart. He sulll-red much pul 11 during the night but was resting etiMlcr tills morning. Crouch & Houston are busily engaged re pairing tbe arc light dynamo burnt out at the electric light station Tuesday evening. They eipeut to bare it completed In a cou ple of days. Some traveling photographer! art taking riewa of the leading business bongos and residence! in tbe city. After a time they nftll nnnit with th.oA il.n In iliA than of photograph!, and offer them for sale at good round prices, me latest way 11 10 patronize your local artists. J. L. PAGE'S CASH PEICES. I Will Not Be Undersold. 18 lbs Granulated Sugar (1 00 22 tts Extra 0 Sugar 1 00 23 lbi Qolden 0 Sugar 1 00 25 Bis Choice Dried Apples 1 00 25 Ss " " Plumi 1 00 Arbuckle'i Coffee 25 lOonniCorn 1 00 5-lb box Tea 75 12-lb box Soda 60 6 cuiis Good Table Peaohes 1 00 5 oaus Best " 1 00 6-gallon can Best Pearl Oil 1 10 -- Dissolution of Partuership. Notice la hereby given that the partner- shin heretofore existing between W, O. UlcLeod ami 1. 11, Mteveni nnder tbe hrm name of Stevens A McLeod is this day dis solved by mutual consent. J. M. Stevens will conduct tbe business in the future, ool- leot all debts due tbe firm and par anr in debtedness against it. Dated at Lugene, Deo. 7, 1891. J. M. Stivins, W. O. MoLkod. MiRRum Licinnm. The following marriage licenses hare n issued br County Clerk Walker: J' D, Fooahee and itutti Ayres, L. w. Anderson and Laura t. Mills. SPECIAL SALE : OF- iit & 1 In onlir to nMurn mvittirk hfnm th Tfrtll. dhvn 1 httvu marktHl down U clothiug from 20 $20 Suits ...$15 16 " 12 12 44 9 Also largo lino Youth 8uiU running from 14 to 18 years at conwjwnd ingly low prletfl. OlllltlrPIll' fillttA fprtn K la It WASM fnAHl 1 a.. . w w w iiviu syi UK 1 1 torn Itaanlsl ; Miila iua ... .1- . eu. fanth Men and Bora, Underwear etc., lu eluded lu this sale. : ALSO : Watemroofs, Lakes' Cloth, MA all Mi M tail Breat Slaughtering Sale. BARGAINS. BARGAINS. At the Seattle Bankrupt Store. ftTTliis is our last announcement, for this is our ast month in Eugene. Oome one, Come all.JSli Look at Our Price List below. Former nrice. Price now. Men's All-Wool Cassimero Suits $13.50 Scotch Suits 1G.50 " Black Worsted Suits 10.50 " . All-Wool Chcvoit Suits 14.50 " " Cassimero Frocks, (suit able for old as well as young men.).... 24.00 Men's All-Wool Chinchilla Overcoats....... 12.00 " Milton Overcoats in blue 818. $20 22.00 aiiu 1J w b -q knr'a onrl phllflrPTl'a RtlltS. affeS 5 10 10 I 111 VH J III -'-' lJKJ J vaa.U.v , - O 7 years old, prices reduced in same proportion as above. X UI UICI pi ItC. x 1 iv iv i $ .75, G.50. 8.50. 8.50. 7.00. 12.00. 5.00. 10.50. ITTEITIOI! a A Big Cut in the Price of -TEE. FOIt THE NEXT Nij-u ' ell I DAYS ONLY, TO REDUCE A LARGE OVERSTOCK AT II n up Odd Fellows Building, Eugene, Or. ANYONE WHO WANTS TO PURCHASE A Christmas 8 11 rFfiSfiD t, Can make the best selection by looking through our complete stock of HOLIDAY GOODS, taromuy soiecccu aim especially auapwa u mevt mu reuireuicnn ui uuuuaj auuiimia. POPULAR PRICES, REASONABLE PRICES, Prices within vour means. gWE PLEASE YOU AND SAVE YOU MONEYS GOTO HOLLOWAY'S. rur r.rMiiiMr l"'v jnONT r IACKSON U CORSET WAISTS imtint mii v nvmi JACKSON CORSET CO., Jackson, lllch.l Tti mannlarturar'a name la printrd npon the boxes, and stamped upon Inside of claap In each waist. Tbey are tha noil popular articles of the kind now on tbe market. You should hare one of them. BE SURE and GET the RIGHT THING For sale at the RACKET STORE, P. FRANK & SON, : . : Proprietors. Eugene, - - Oregon. 51"" IS THE UNIVEESITY FOE EDUCATION AND UNIVERSITY : : ADDITION For Elegant Homes You Want Both. ' Tho University for the family, and a Choice Jxcation for your residonce. Lois are largo, on a nice elevation and naturally-well drained. Soil rich and WELL CULTIVATED You ran surround your home with FRUITS AND FLOWERS- Call aud get prices and terms and have the property shown jou. a H. N. COCKERLINE. Office, Register Block, Eugene. The n no lhlf wnrn atiwib k..a .k .-J n w. r..nht lor this winter's traoa, and are all uVlralla .wda. It U arl.lom .uchan oppor Imiilf l nflvml to boy tiiwts umler value, and " "i oewre me slock J. II. McCLUNQ. BARGAINS. - - BARGAINS. We are the people that give bargains In MEN S, BOY'S AND CH1LDRENS' FALL AND WINTER CLOTHINC. Furnishing Goods. Furnishing Goods. Such as Negligee, Sateen and Woolen Shirits, Dress Shirts, Underware, Neckwaro, Socks, Etc. Hats. Hats. - Caps Caps The latest styles and shap. We also have a very fine line of Blankets and Flannels direct from the Salem Woolen Mills. Everything marked at tlgurus that cannot be under sold. Come and see oa. HOWE & RICE. Opposite fnlv rlty Book Store. FAIR Fairmount is the center and fin tho swim." UNI Think of it; nr FAIRMOl'NT U In the center of the com ing city. The way the railroads are now built will make gprlngfield a rival point lor business, ind Eugene, Kalr mount and Spring Beld are growing into one Urge city with Froperty in Fair mount lor this reason will advance in value (aster than any other locality around Eu- geFAlRMOCNT has made (aster growth tnan an thm nuit VMSr 1 Aik.. aiihlirlM o( EU' gene puttogether.and trill make still more rapid advance during the years to come. You can't get around it. I a. it n 'IT n .1. 1L i aht Uiii mvci nneiT . mm a ido l, 01 iw Diiimiiiw uuiwtiuvwu tiny nm t I K2 U ttlFrJUnnrKDDiMr:irii.l oi ST i T. y - -iv uijjiiiuuuHwi ni m r u 1 -'f jpX4 o J I Eugene, rairmounianu , .;$ l w I . MM . I ing into one large city , ;. . .... .Vju'j LymJ 1 ff I with Fairmount In the j J If I j-, I N a U-!l trw , on . lin m YU .ituui uui'h huh ani(h nuf g rc t 'f sr. ' e 1-1 au a Tasotto, scr TV' , MM InrhM i oni-rMi...r.L,fa. on t-. POPULATION INCREASED FROM 7. TO llj ala r AAA l, 4lia .vnr.nrfu ca11 flrcf vnflv Tripna f!ll n,l.. on January 1st. More lots are selling now at $125 than were selling six months . $100. Get in the center if you want to buy to make money, rostofiice with tw0 i rme" i m J fr-nino nml na linron nova lr IWO UHj paSBviJjjcx iiaiuo, uiiu nuo uui ou iuid nnuunuui uiutail, jived ALJ-i B3SOUBEO IN ONJE YEAB, S II ' e o nit I ii 1 I .n ya .nl mill o ot mails A motor line Is certain to be built through FAIRMCVNT lu a vory short time connecting It with Eugene and Sprlngfleld. .joder it rmera ai th rived at AU pa n Hpor ilnrda tali are 9 kiders b tyol U a way tl h for a its blizz GEO. M. MILLER & C0 1)1, Ol KOTUX U S Land Ornct, Roskburo, Or.,( November 14, Will. I Complaint having been entered at this office by Geo W Patrick against tbe heirs of Harvey Padgett, deceased, lor abandoning the home stead entry No. 471, of the said Harvey Padg ett, deceased, dated March 11. IrM, upon the LotsNo2,Sand4andNEofN W of 8eo. 84, Tp 17 8, R W, In Lane county, Oregon, with a view to the cancellation of said entry: The said parties are hereby summoned to appear at the ohice of W. R. Walker, county clerk of Lane oounty. Oregon, at Kugene, Oregon, on the Huth day of December. 1891, at 10 o'clock a. m. to re spond and furnish testimony concerning said al leged abandonment. Hearing to be held at this office on the testimony so taken on Saturday, January 9, 18V2, at 10 o'clock, a. m. JOHN. H. BHl'PE, Register. A. M. CRAWFORD, Receiver. Sufficient evidence having been Aled to show that personal service cannot be had it la hereby ordered that service be made by publication ac cording to law. JOHN. H. 8HUPE Register. A. M. CRAWFORD. Receiver. For Boils. Pimples carbuncles, scrofulous sores, eczema, and all other blood diseases, take Ayer'sSarsaparilla It will relieve and cure dyspepsia, nervous debility, and that tired feeling. Has Cured Others will cure you. J. L. PAGE, -DEALER IN GROCERIES. HAVING A LARGE AND COMPLETE tnrk nf 8t.nl and Vsjirt OronrinA. bought in the best market EXCHfOim Can offer tha public better price than any otnir house EUGENE- Produce of all kinds taken at market price. Dr. R. L. WILLOUGHBY, DENTIST. ill Work Warranted to GIts Satisfaction. Nltrons-Oxlde Gaa and local anaesthetics for the patnlesa extraction of teeth. OFFICE Over Matlock's store, Xugene, Oregon BAY & I: AND FURNITURE DEALERS. Eugene, Oregon. EES. J. W. k JENNIE S. BARNARD, Regular Physicians. SPECIALTIES KIdneT and Liver Diseases. Gynecology and Obatetrlca. OFFICI at residence on Olive street between 9th and 10th streets. Fresh Timothy, Orchard Grass, Flax, Bed, White and Aliika Clover, Alfalfa, Velvet, Cheat, live. Gnat, Kentucky Bine. At GOLDSMITH'S. JUST ARRIVED! tk ahi to or ku bio ker of tr ifcuve mi WaL 75 Pairs 104 1 X Grange bn tbe id to de WHITE RT AMPIs II 1111 Li ULiAlUUJl irect From the Mill: 1.45 A PAIR CLOSING UP SALE. and on igs hall e wake ITLAKD, circui i two ( Sue of ti Milit tigs ot I , and th ilssing t ti oaaa, tBoad( aourt we t ilk.., 1ods ha I wiU b. alifornii ia snpre final at s T la Bar; Eugent Ivilfe i the fri lo an Ty wii V P f got Dday, In level lot pro I it lor i 1 am now offering my sin i Gi AT GREATLY REDUCED TRICES- V 1 have a large stock of - BOIES' SHIOBSi . Which I will close out BELOW COST. Tb IBANK !was h winds of the 682 i 1., was i Ick rep ing are J. Her Jhian c ,', trt-asi H. Kt tries Pf irahan ALEM, t toia' W. Hu firet w (bre In !four1 the twaael lyof on c!on t waspo raoni Other Shoe Wear at Away Doira -llUWUli J. D.MAlWi $10,000. $10,000. have 1 the tpivr gene. SFTXTNO AT COST. ( L. D. SCAEBEOUOfe ere i i"hw ri At Creswell, Oregon, For the next sixty days, Caudo an my 4 OmmeniJ ICianb aiatb, al .nuuv...iv , snsiD, a. Drv Goods, Groceries, Boots and m Paints. Oil. nni(rs. Hardwarp. Tinware. Woodenware, V u-ji, n And everything In the merchandise line will be sold at cost nntil the entire fc. McP ro produce, wheat or oats. w at ti a-atlo Baecop In order to attl with Mr. William Tirranv. whnM time lsnp, H h0 mm Um the above Mien. AU IndebU'duesa must be paid Immediately. rfM fed floor Call First and Secure Barg: L. D. SCABBED"