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THE EUGENE CITY GUARD.
aA-TirnuAV. dec. ao, i70.
The Presidential tangle, getting
worse tangled each day.' On the 23d
it was announced that the Supreme
Court of Florida had issued a peremp
tory order to the Returning Board of
that Slate to re-canvass the vote and
make their roport in accordance with
the faco of the returns given thum.
This it was said would give the Tilden
electors 143 majority. Then comes
the Oregouian and, in its great wist
dom, siys that while this rccomt
would place the Stato Government in
the hands of tho Democrats, it would
not effect tho Presidential election, as
tho electoral vote has already been
cast and cannot be disturbed. Such
a claim is folly worse thau folly. It
is an admission of a purpose to set
aside by force the will of tho people
and place in power a pretender who
will employ the same means in the
administration ol tho government that
be did to get possession oi it. If the
Republicans in tho House of Repre
sentatives aro as outspoken in their
scandalously fraudulent schemes as is
their organ in Oregon, it is not to be
wondered at that Representative Ban
ning said in debate a day or two ago
that "tho pcoplo would have an hon
est ballot box, though tho army might
come with rounds of ammunition,
though tho navy might bo called up
on, though tho eighty thousand office
holders might be called to tho rescue
An honest people would put them all
Later advices from Florida say that
tho Returning Board refused to obey
tho mandate of the Court, and that
Attorney General Cocko mado a can
vass of tho voto alter tho other mem
bers of tho Board had so refused to
to canvass. This canvass, which gives
Drew, Domoeratio candidate for Gov
ernor, 497, and Tilden 91 majority, he
filed in tho clork'a officio, in obodionoe
to the order of tho Court. Subse
quently tho other members of tho
the Board met and ruturnod a majori
ty of 102 for Drew and 20(1 for the
Hayes electors. To this Gen. Cocko
filod a protest.
Tho vory latest cook and bull story
is to tho e licet that Hayes is about to
hire thirty Duraooratia Congressmen
to aot with tho Republicans when tbo
electoral voto is couulod. Why not
buy the whole kit and bilon of 'cm?
J. W. Siinontoii, the most utiscru
tilous liar in America, has been swing
ing round tho circle. Ho concludes
that wliilo tho people- of tho United
States elected Tilden iairly enough,
tho poople of tho South will submit
to tho inauguration of Hayes rather
than entjngo in civil war, and so, says
Simonton, let's inaugurate him.
Armvkd. A Washington dispatch
oi tho 27th says tho Odull party had
arrived there. They roiiiso to bo in
terviewed and hence the world loses
the opportunity of witnessing tho
wondorful elasticity of truth under
the skillful manipulation of tho "sup
Summoned. At at a meeting oi the'
Senato oommiltco on privileges and
elcotions on tho 27th Neman present
ed a rcipicst from Senator Kolly ask
ing that J. N. T. Miller and John
Parker, tho persons who aetcd with
Cronin iu tho electoral collego, and
W. B. Las well and llcury Klippel be
subponaod to appear as wiluosscs in
tho Oregon case. They were sum
moned as requested.
Samson went to war aud slew a
thousand men with tho jaw-bone of au
ass pross reporter but it was re
served ior this age to surpass nil the
feats of the ancients. We refer to
that wench whose infliMHico defeated
tho will of eighty 'thousand men, and
whoso evidenco beforo a Returning
Board saved (?) tho Republican party
"Ah where mi Roderick then ?
(hie hUnt iiHin lita Initio hum
Wert worth a thuunand tii-n!
So sang the erudite bard of Scot
tish chivalry, and we may in future
political contests sing
Where U that negnm potent wrath
Who Tulo "June promoted lJayea,
And filed th Luid with Mich ft atrnch
As De'er wai knows in former day?
Her wail upon that doleful morn
Were worth ten bUnU of Kodcric ' bint.
! If those "Returning Boards," known
only in reconstructed States, which
have been controlled by thieves, car-pet-bagger.,
Grant's relations and the
army, were not devised to practice
and perpetrate frauds so u to socure
Radical majorities, regardless of the
w ill of the people, they answer that
purpose admirably, and have been
used since their invention for no other.
meeting-Democratic State Central Com
The Democratic State Central Committee
of Oregon, pursuant to notice given, mot at
Salem oo the 21st inoU at 2 o'clock, and mm
called to order by the Chairman, lion. C. B,
After some interchange of views in regard
to the present condition of the country, a
committee of three was appointed to prepare
n address to publish to the public, and
similar committee to prepare a resolution
touching the action of Governor G rover sud
Secretary Cuadwick In the Cromn-Watts
case. After some further discussion, the
committees adjourned to meet at 7 o'clock
in tho eveniog.
The committee met at V o'clock. The
first business being the reports of the com
miltees appointed in the afternoon. The
committee on the action of Governor Grover
in regard to the Cronin-Walts affair, made
the following report which was unanimously
Report of the committee to whom was re
ferred the resolution of the Denocrutic State
Central committee to consider and report as
to what action should be luken by said Cen
tral Committee in the inalter of the action of
the Governor and Secretary of Stato iu
granting a certificate of election to K. A
Cronin, as one ol the Presidential doctors of
the State of Oregon :
Your Committee having had undor con
sideration the above proposition, respectfully
beg leave to report that the Democracy ol
Oregon ever have, and still continue to have,
laitb and confidence in the Constitution of
the United States as the fundamental law
which binds together by Its natural suprem
acy every cilix-n of our extended Republic,
and whenever the interests or political pas
sions of men tempt lliein to acts of supposed
revolutionary character, it is well to co hue!;
to this original charter, hallowed by the usage
of nearly a century of such progress as the
world never saw.
To this instrument wclook with confidence
to bring the American pcoplo safely through
the perils that now seem to surround as,
upon the provisions oi our Constitution we
are willing to stand, no difference whether by
mandates Tilden or Hayes is made President
or Cronin or Watts au elector.
Much asperity h is been shown towards
our Governor and secretary of State for their
course in granting a certificate of eloction to
K. A. Cronin as a Presidential elector from
our State, when, as alleged, Watts had a
majority of the popular vote. For a moment
let us puese and aijaiii take our bearing from
our fuudumentul luw.
Art. II, Sec. 1, of tho Cocstitution of the
United Suites says . "-No person holding an
oflice of trust or profit under the United
.States shall be appoiuted un elector."
Aiiain that instrument declares that the
"Presidential electnis shall be appointed in
such manner as the Lcgtslutivo Assembly
The appointment might have been legally
vested by our legislature in the Legislative
Assembly, the Governor, the Secretary of
State or in any other manner and our Legis
lature saw proper to vest that power of ap
pointment in tho people.
Then, tl tins power ul appointment was
vested with the people, when was Walts ap
pointed, if at all? The sequence follows
that it must have when ho received a major
ity of the ballots. Hut here, the National
Constitution in effect says that Watts being
ut that liino a postmaster could not bo ap
pointed to the office of an elector and that
whatever numbtfr of votes he may have ob
tained, his election is void.
It follows that our Governor and Secreta
ry ol State huving taken a golems oath to
support said Constitution would have been
guilty of perjnry iu violating its plain provis
ions. It is however contended that if true, that
Wutts Was ineligible, then Udell and Cart
wright should have been permitted to fill the
vacancy, but this position is antenablu bo
ause there was no vueuuey to fill. There
can be no vacunc unless an office has been
legully filled, and then the incumbent dies or
is otherwise unable to fulfill its duties. Con
stitutionally there were only two Republi
cans and three Democratic electors legally
before the people. Of clieno the Governor,
and Secretary of Statu gave a Certificate to
the three candidates having the highest
number of legal votes, as by law they
were bound to do ; Therelore, We recom
mend that the following resolutiou be adopt
ed. Itrsoi.vKn, That tho Democratic State
Central Committee of the State of Oregou,
hereby unanimously indorse tho action of
His Kxcellenry, li. b Grover, Governor,
and Stephen F. Chadwiek, Secretary of
State, iu griiuting to r A. Cronin a certifi
cate ol the Presidential elector of the State
All of which is respectfully submitted,
Jamks F. Ga7.i,ky,
Tho Committee on the address to the peo
ple mudo their report. 'The address will be
found elsewhere in this Issue. - It was freely
discussed by the members present, aud adopt
ed by a unanimous vote.
It was ordered that the Committee procure
the publication aud fioe distribution of Gov
ernor Grover s decisiou in the case ol Cronin
vs Walts. After some interchange of opin
ions among the member ,ud others preseut,
the meeting adjourned.
1)kuvi!hki. Cronin delivered the
Oregon electoral t oto to Vico Presi
dent Ferry on the 27th. As iu the
caso of Florida, no receipt was given
If the people had known, on .the
7th of November, that the Radical
mauagers were unwilling to accept
tho verdict of the ballot-box, but
would make a mad effort to perpetu
ate their power by falsifying their re
turns, the I'tica, X. Y., Observer
thinks that Hayes would not have
carried four 8tntes in the Union.
Before tho election, leading Radi
cals said if Mr. Tilden was elected he
would never bo inaugurated. They
are doing their best to bring- about
the revolution ther threatened.
The St. Louis Y.'-ytiWcui says that
Sherman was "sent to Now Orleans to
write his submitted rviort iu lvl'cti3o
of an indefensible scheme."
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ITE.TIS OI' NEWS.
The investigation of the Oregon case was
to have been begun yesterday.
Alex. II. Stevens refused to advise the
South to quietly uccept the Usurper Hayes.
Gov. Grover was feasted at Sacramento,
lie was received by 200 men bearing torch
Grant wants to seo Logan re-elected to the
Senate. Tbe Illinois Legislature may think
The silver bill which has just passed the
House is tho all absorbing topic in fiuanciul
circles in New York.
It now turns OUt that PinWnn ttua a
strong Ueinoeiut, and was jnuuauij amen
by Uepublicun negroes.
The Pennsylvania Democracy have passed
resolutions condemning any attempt by the
Rudiculs to count io Hayes.
1 least, 'Sutler wants tho President of the
Senate to be the President and cull another
election uext May. The thief is already mov
ing for a new tritl.
Some ten or twelve Stutes have demanded
the Radical revolutionary progrumme to ul
low Senator Ferry to bo the tbe sole judge
as to who is to be President.
The Speaker of the House baa mado a
peremptory demand that Ortou of the U'.U.
Telegraph Company, hand over tho tele
grams passing over his wires daring tbe lute
There appenrs to be getting up a little un
pleussutness between Blaine and Bristow.
One says the other nor his friends shan't have
a smell ut the stealings if Hayes is couuted
iu aud vice versa.
The Radicals are trying to create the im
pression that there are grave differences
an.ong leading Democrat. There are none,
but there is among th honest Republicans
who refuse to be led by Chandler, Grant &
The Graphic's correspondent at Cincinna
ti telegraphs that he has good authority for
sajlug that Hayes intends to resign the gov
ernorship ol Ohio on the reassembling ol the
legislature next Tuesday, confidently believ
ing that he will be peacefully, inaugurated
President on the 4th of March.
The Times' Washington special says that
Presideut Ferry positively denies that he
has receipted to Gen. Anderson for the Lou
isiana returns, and says he will under no
circumstances swerve trom his determination
to receipt for no returns f-om disputed
States, of which he considers Louisiana one.
The statistician of the Department of Ag
riculture, in his December report, makes the
corn crop only 2 per cent, short of the great
erop of last year, and fully SO per cent trreat
er than in 1874. The aggregate, subject to
possible future revision, is twelve hundred
and uinily-five million bushels.
The I nltr-Offline Washirglon special shvs:
Ti rislnuraltttr of the House has been sell
ing openly at bar. claiming that iu sales
are prohibited by the joint rules which are
not bow in force. Speaker Riudull to-day
ordered the practice discontinued, thus gus
tuning the House. He reviews the decision
that the rules aro in lorce.
Tbe Speaker has announced the following
commitkvs : To ascertain and report what
ire the privileges, powers and duties of tbe
House ol Representative la counting votes
for President and Vic President Koott,
Spears, Marsh, Burchard, Seelye, Mouro
and Tucker. On counting the electoral vols
Pyn, Huntoa, Hewi-.t, Springer, Mo
Crary, Hoar at d Willard.
Tbe I'nicr. Montgomery Blair's new Dem
ocratic oraan at Washington Citt. ha an
extended editorial discussion of the Oregon
Klecloral College, in which the conclusion is
reached that the action of the (ioTvrnor waa
just right, and that the only Klecloral Col
lege in tne state was tnat waica sir. tronio
There it s-reat eomnlaiot amonir the tan.
c i - a
pentcr of Astoria because of the scarcity of
luirtwr, tbe lure local mills being enable to
mi fir the correct demand, both bavins or
ders ail weeks ahead.
A young lady named Warfield, of Baker
county, was recently adjudged insane. Khei
only 16 years of ge.
The Pacific Threshing Sf achine Co. pro
poses to locate its works at Albany il it can
jecore a subsidy of $19,000.
John Harrington is building a new can
nery in tbe vicinity of Pillar Rock, calculat
ing to pack from 25,000 to 30,000 cases uext
Tbe plan for tbe bridge to be built at San
dy on tbe Sandy and Dalles wagon road, is
now in possession of Colonel Gates. It will
be 430 feet long ; the longest span will be
230 feet. The building of this bridge will
be let by contract, all of which will be adver
tised in the course of time.
. Alexander II. Stephen.
Tho Washington correspondent of
tho New York Herald says ;
Alexander II. Stevens, of Georgia,
arrived in Washington this morning,
looking better than he did during the
Forty-third Congress. lie has gain
ed about ten pounds since Juno last,
when his general health began to 1m
prove, lie occupies his old quarters
at the National Hotel, and is attend
ed by two colored servants, one of
whom, (Harry) lias acted in the capac
ity of body-servant to. Mr. Stephens
for many years. Notwithstanding
his improved appeareiice ho is still a
great sulFcrer from what his physi
cians term pelvic neuralgia, which at
times occasions him intense pain. His
right foot is considerably swollen, and
his left leg has been shortened by two
inches, being drawn up at the hip.
lie is no longer able to rise from his
chair without assistance. After be
ing assisted to arise ho can walk
about tho room with the aid of bis
crutches. For months before leaving
his liome; near Crawfoiilsville he
made it his practice to walk three or
four miles about his plantation daily.
His rooms were to day thronged with
people who came to pay their respects.
With reference to his last election to
Congress, he said that there was no
organized Opposition on tho part of
the Republicans. About 1,100 vote9
were cast for a colored man whose
name was not announced until elec
A Democratic correspondent levels
a pointed conundrum at us : If
Springer's appointment by Speaker
Randall, to a placo on tho "oint com
mittee to devise measures lor a peace
able count ol the electoral vote, is ob
jectionable on account of partisanship,
what is to be said ot the appointment
of Logan and Morton -by tho Presi
dent of the Senato to places on the
same committeo ? Wo givo it up.
The most miserable beinjfs in the world are
those suffering from Dyspepsia and Liver Com
plaint More than seventy-five per cent'of the people
in tbe United State are arllicted with these two
mHcaf.eH ale l im-u eat-tin; Bum mm wui u. .
aelv, Sick Headache, Habitual Costiveuess, I'al
pitatiou of the heart, Heart burn, Wuter-brash,
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tree and beaHns honey Tor the relief of irri
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Tab, will cure a cough or cold, however vio
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Pike's toothache drops care In 1 rninuto.
Holi.oway's Ph.u. What is Life Insur
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their lives to benefit their families by death
how paradoxical is this. To prolong life
by preserving tho health woald be a far more
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its victim without a nionien 's warning, hap
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T. Q. HEXD1UCK3.
TN JUSTICE'S COURT FOR SOUTH
I r i. i.,jn.f I ana vumtv. Omron.
S. J. Sax.Si, plaintiff, vs. O. Conifer, defendant;
civil acuun w) iwi iu,m.:j. u 4
the above aamed defendant: In the name of
l 1 . . . . M. t,u.,liv fwimred
me ouu or urcn"u,
to apear before the undersigned, a Justice 01
the Peace for the precinct aloreeaid, on the 0th
day of February, 1K77, at 10 o'clock in the fore
noon of said day, at the office of said justice in
aid precinct, u answer iiie iiuim. i
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tin in a civil action. in ueieiiou
.1... : 1,.. (..il .n.tr..r tli ooiuDlaint
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herein, the liiaintitf will take judgment against
Dim hit me mm oi c ti, ucwivi
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umw Bint uiouuirwriMciivo -
summons is served by publication by order this
ir.k ,a 111., iriTti nifulp mtd entered.
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Physicians emphatically endorse it.
Prices-25 and 50 Cents per Cake;
per Box (3 Cakes), 60c. and $120.
N. C Sent by Mail, Prepaid, on receipt of price,
and s ccnti extra for each Cake.
HILL'S HATS AND WHISKER DYE,"
Black or Brown, SO Cent. 9
.5.Crittnton, Prop'r, 7 SIxthiT. I. f .
A LARGE STOCK OP
BOOTS AND SHOES,
.AT REDUCED PRICES.
Highest market price 0 for all kinds of PR0
DUCK, HIDES aud FU1.
A. GOLDSMITH. .
DUNN & STRATTON,
OLD STAXD OF F. Ii. DUNN.
B I AVJ
sinessMr. HORACE . STRATTON
we have just received a new, lare and
WELL SELECTED STOCK OF GOODS,"
Making a 8ecialty of
HARDWARE, IRON AND STEELf
We desire to make no grand flouriKh, but do
ay that fanners can come nearer getting
ANYTHING THEY MAY WANT
at our store than at any other establishment in
town', and they can buy them on as good terms.
We have K full line of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRYGOODS
FANCY GOODS, '
LADIES' AND GENTS' FURNISHING
MEN AND BOY'S CLOTHING;
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,'
And are continually adding to our Btock to'
meet the demands of the public.
DUNN t STRATTON. .
EUGENE CITY MILLS.
HE UNDERSIGNED BEG LEAVE TO
J inform the public that they have leaned the
EUGENE CIT Y MILLS for a term of yeare,
and are now prepared to do a general lulling
Business. W ill receive wheat on storage on fa
vorable terms, and will make liberal term to
fanners who desire to grind their own wheat.
Will at all times keep on hand for sale
FLOUR and ALL KINDS OF MILL FEED,
and pay the
Highest Cash Price for Wheat.
. A share of the patninaire resjiectfullv solicit
ed, oc- PATTERSON 4 EDRIS.
THE CHEAPEST PLACE OX
The IViflc Cos for HOME-MADE
BOOTS AND SHES.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES.
H nuw on hand over one hnr.d ed ant flftr pair
of Uoitt ol irar own nuke, whi. h I am bono 1 to kII
niMrrilem ot t, snl we are now prepared to make
lluoU toonier at the fallowing greatly reduced pri
French Calf Bouts from to l per pair.
French Kip Itunu from 1 to W per ir.
CahfonuaeXip be, luad to onlir for H per pair
And all other work at equally luw price. Bepair
in done at h.irt no;-.-c All work warranted.
Leather and Findinc furaale.
Kemfmtwr the atand two door Sonta of A. Vi
rcicrs m j oru k store.
J. II. oy LD.
HARDWARE, IRON and STEEL,
Hubs, SiroLcs, Kims.
Oak, Ash and Hickory riank.
SORTIIRI P V TlIOJIPSO,
POHTLAND, - - - OEEGOS.
Ir Ton niTi asttuixo io Seli,
If TO0 WA5T TO BcT,
Ir Toe date Lost Astthiso.