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THE EUGENE CITY GUARD
HATUKUAY. JULY 3. I HMO,
GEN. WINFIELD S. HANCOCK,
Of New York.
FOR VICE-PRESIDENT :
WILLIAM II. ENCLISH,
For Presidential Electors,
-J. K. WEATIIERFORD, o Linn,
T. G. OWEN, of Coos,
J. G. FULTON, of WaHco.
Governor Whitcakcr, or "Honest
John," bk he in familiarly known
throughout our State arrived in Port
land Monday afternoon fren!i from hit)
field of labor in the Halls of Congress.
Stem sense of duty to his State, is
said by some to have, to a certain ex
tent, defeated him for ro-eleetion, as
George having the ears of the wholo
State within reanh, and without fear of
contradiction, was unabled to jour in a
great deal of telling stuir that might
otherwise have been successfully met
by a well informed adversary, like his
distant opponent In his defeat for
re-election, "Honest John," neverthe
less, comes home a victor; and lashed
to his chariot wheels are appropriations
ill number and richness never before
equalled, and upon his brow are tho
imperishable laurels that a grateful
State in its esteem and deep sense of
appreciation ever bestows upon faith
ful champion. Standard.
A comparison of the vote for con
gressman of 1878 witli that of the vote
cast for the samo office in 1K80 shows
An increase of 4.V39 votes. The in
crease in tno various counties is as fol
lows: Taker 21ft, lienton 189, Clacka
mas 153, Columbia 62, Coos 44, Curry
8, Douglas 280, Jackson 122, Josephine
9, Lane 130, Like 210, Multnomah
79, Polk 193, Tillamook 3(5, Umatilla
491; Union 3Gft, Wasco 799, Washing
ton 142, Yamhill 230. Tho following
counties show a decrease in tho voting
population tai follows: Clatsop 4(5,
Grant 68, and "Marion 120.
With tho patriotism that has always
signalized his career, Hon. S. J. , Tilden
withdrew from the Presidetial contest
when he saw that his candidacy might
be antagonistic to tho best interests of
the Democratic party, whose trusted
leader ho has been so long. His letter
of withdrawal is able, comprehensive
and satisfactory to the millions of his
fellow-citizens who desired to see him
vindicated Tho memory of this great
statesman will live in tho history of
our country long after his traducers
huve sought their sepulchres, unhonor
ed and unsung.
It is notorious that Gartield voted
against tho bill, says tho Examiner, to
(tension the bravo and meritorious vet
erans of the war with Mexico, the gal
lant and heroic men who wmi the grand
victories that gained to the Republic
the priceless vast Territories of New
Mexico and California, now famous as
the richest in mineral and agricultural
wealth of any portion of the continent
The Republicans all admit that the
Democrat have a good ticket What
can they auy'of Garfield's record the
man who is smirched by such juet ion
able schemes as De Golyer contracts,
Credit Mobilier and back salary pay,
not saying anything of his damnable
record on the Chinese question.
Hancock and English clubi should
be organized in evcy precinct in Lane
county. If the IVmncrats will work
from now until the second Tuesday in
November for Hancock and English,
we will carry Lane county by 50 or
Oakes Ames is dead, but his note
book lives in that section of the Con
grejiMonal archives laWlrd Credit Mo
bilier. For further information inquire
of General James Abrani Garfield, Re
publican nominee for the presidency.
TlIK Oregonian difttMlUlios admits
. i,t I
(hat Grant aaja tliat Hanxock will l
Tbt Corrapl Candidate.
From tho X. Y. Tribune, (Rep.,) Feb. 1873.
Let us gather up the ends from all
this snarl of testimony and see, if pos
sible, just where we stand. Read tho
evidence. With varying degrees of
guilt or guilty knowledge, every man
of them, with one exception (Mr.
Blaine), has been obliged to confess
that at sometime he had held this
stock, and at some time under stress
df conscience, let us hope, though that
is not fully proven got rid of it
Now let us g slowly over the list:
James A. Garfield, of Ohio, lrnrt ten
shares; he never paid a dollar; received
$329, which after the inves tigation be
gan he was anxious to have considered
as a loan from Oakes Ames to himself.
These men betrayed tho trust of the
people, deceived their coustituents, and
by their evasions and falsehoods con
fessed the transactions to be disgrace
ful Pass no resolution. Drop it
where . it is. Remand the whole busi
ness to the people.
From the N. Y. Times (Kcp.) Feb. 19 1873.
Of the members referred to Messrs.
Kelley and Garfield present a most dis
tressing figure. Their participation in
tho Credit Mobilier affair is complicat
ed by tho most unfortunate contradic
tions of testimony which tho committee
do not undertake to unravel. The
only possible comment do not under
take to unravel.- The only possible
comment on their cases is that had they
taken a perfectly upright course in the
matter, and refused to have anyting to
do with tho stock, no occasion for con
tradiction could have arisen.
"You liavo made the Custom House
a center of partisan political manage
ment" R. 1. Hayes to Collector Ar
thur, Jan., 31, 1879.
"With a deep sense of my obligations
under tho Constitution, I regard it as
my plain duty to stipend you in order
that tho office may be honestly admin
istered." R. 15. Hayes to Collector
Arthur, Jan. 31, 1879.
"Gross abuses of administration have
continued and increased during your
incumbency." John Sherman to Col
lector Arthur, Jan. 31, 1879.
"Persons have been regularly paid
by you who have rendered little or no
serv ice; the expenses of your office have
increased while its receipts have dimin
ished. I'ribes, or gratuities in the
shape of bribe.;;, have been received by
your subordinates in several branches
of the Cu'ikiii House, and you have in
no ease supported the effort to correct
thos abuses." Secretary Sherman to
Collector Arthur, Jan. 31, 1879.
The line Lkrtion.
The follow itr.j U the official vote, on
the .itate ticket, as' certified t; by Sec
retary of state Kui hart:
Member of Congress-- Whiteaker
18,181, George 19,578, Sears 301.
Supremo Judges Kelly 17,709,
Prim 17,9(59, Rurnett 18.1G8, Waldo
19,(589, Lord 19,03(5, Watson 19,(509
State Printer Merry 18,052, Odell
Extract from Hancock's order pub
lished at New Orleans. La., Nov. 29)
18(57: "The right of trial by jury, tin
Habeas Corpus, the Liberty of tliej
prens, the freedom of Speech, the Nut
urul rights of persons, and the rights oj
property must bo preserved." j
. v- i i
Colfax is in favor of Gartield and
says he is supposed to bo in f.ivor of a
tirllf, but Siailer is jurtioularly enn
ui nl with Arthur, llinls of a feather
Garkiklu i a woond Huvca. The
voters will bury liim m dwp tlint ho
c no cliniion to Womo a wvonJ
Mr. 0. lrowon has Inaseil the Rclknnp
Sorinxs on the MoKeoiie river, and is now
p-vp.ued to re'oive visitors. These sprints
.ire f.imed fur the uuiiieinAl proH-i'ties of tlie
w.itrr. and as they arc situated in the mid.t
id besutiful areiiery, and line huntiui;, and
luh to;: gnoiuiU, promise to Invome a noted
T'M'i The springs are situated 6'J miles
eit of Kiu'ene, and 6 miles from the Me-
J. R. Rhinchart has been appoiutel sireitt
of the Springfield Mill Civ He can o Iter
hotter figure lor LuiiiIkt now than ever be
fore All kinds of building lumber dvliveied
on short untie aul at very low tiifurva.
Don't fil to is llhiorhart Uf.ire onlt-riiw
elsewhere. We propose to sl lumber, an.l
don't fi.rgi t it.
I wish Everybody to Kaow.
Rev. Oe.r.-o H. Thayer, an o!. ritisen .f
this YH'itiitr known to e.err one as urnst in
riuential citi-. n, and Christian Minister of the
M. K Chunh j.it this moment stop:rd iu our
Vire t uy. "I wish everybody t know that
I oon-idt-r that K.th myself ant wife owe our
bvns tn Shil.ib's Connumptive 1'nre.' It is
having a tremendous nl. over mir counters
"d i eiving rf stifa.-ti..n in all c of
Lun DiwasM, smh asnotbinv," cb has thine.
IkHirbiHi. Ind, My 1.V l7H.
m. Mau-hett Jt France
j F'Jd by 0,le,rn Jt .. Iinigisla.
No Deception l'el.
It i stranjre to many people will continue
to suffer day after day with Dlspepsia. Liver
(Jomnlalnt. uonmiiMUQD, ouur oiomain, urn
nltt nt. L,'onstlluon, doi
ral Debility when they can procure at our
SHILOHS VIl'ALIZKR free cost if it
does not cur or relieve them. Price, 75 eta.
Hold by Osburn ft Co., briigg'xts
Robinson k Church at the Hardware 'Store
keep the largest And best selected stock of wall
par and herder in Kuene Citv, comprising in
part, Brown, JMutike, Serin, Gilt and Emboss
ed paper, which they purchase direct from the
Eastern factories and will aell a cheap an the
cheapest. All pajier truanieil tree ol charge.
The most popular and frajfrant Perfume of
theday''HACKMETACK''try it Hold by
Unburn k Co., druggist, fcutfene Uty, Oregon
A Good Thing.
irman Syrup is the special prescription of
A linuiliiw. a celebrated German Physi
cian, and is acknowledged to be one of the most
fortunate discoveries in Medicine. It quickly
cures Coughs, (.'olds and all Lung troubles ot
the severest nature, removing, an ii docs, the
cause of the affection and leaving the port in
strong and liraltny conmii'iu. it is nut w
experimental medicine, but has stood the test
of years, giving satisfaction in every cane,
which ite rapiilly increasing saie every season
confirms. Two million hotties so:a annuawv.
Beware oi medicines of similar names, b.tely
introduced Boschee's German Syrup was intro
duced in the United .State in lSi8. and is now
sold in every town and village in the civilized
Worl'l. Tliree ooses win renevo or-im".
cotwh. Price 75 cents. Sanrple bottlo, 10
Debt, poverty and aiifferiiig haunted me
for years, caus. d by a sick family and large
liilla for doctoring, which did no good. I was
completely discouraged, liutil one year
by the advice of my pastor, I procured Hop
Hitters and commenced their line, and in one
month we were nil Well, and none of us have
been sick a day since; and I wunt to say to
all poor men, yon can keep your families
well a year with Hop Hitters for less than
one doctor's visit will cost. A Working
the oregoTkidney tea
Head the following testimonials, not from
persons 3,000 miles away, whom no one
knows, but from well known and trust
worthy citizens of Oregon, whose names,
written with their own hands, can be seen
at our ollice:
8ilverti.il, Or.. March 27, 18S0.
I have been nloicted with a kidney trouble
fur twelve ye.irs, dur n which time I have
used f.lim st eveiy kidney remedy I could
hvio of but i Mniucd no relief until I tried
tho Oiejtui Kidney Ten. 1 nm now using
the second box and am free to say that 1 am
much butter nud have no hesitancy in reeoin.
iiiti:cling it na a plensan. and sale kidney
remedy. W. 15. COX.
(ioi.DHMi.u.r, W. T. March 31, 1880.
I have bad the diabetes for thirty ymrt.
Have lmd imir.v olivhicians prescribe for me,
but failed t o e.ct relief. 1 tried tho Oregon
Kidney Tea, ami tho first dose gave relief.
I am now almost well, nud would recommend
it to any one stlileriug from this disease.
Tn M whii are sulferiii ' from the errors and
indiscretions of youth, iktvo'ik wenknciM, early
decay, I"- of manhood, Ac, I will semi a re
cine and will c.ire you. KKKK K CHAKOE.
Tnis x'l'at reinui'iy was discovertd by amission
aiy in .South Aini ries, Mend a self-ad(lrcsed
envelope toliKV. JosituT. lsu.vN, Station 1),
.i ... . 1. .
iew i ora v-uy.
N E W A D V E IITIS EM ENTS
ST. CHARLES HOTEL
Coiner Will urn tte an 1 Xint'n Streets,
J. W. FltONK,
The limine Idik iteen Ihoioiihly
renovated, ItolU limine
The FINEST Sample Rooms in the city.
Civn the House a tihd, and tm assure! that
you will get the be.it the market al.ords.
The House is newly fur.iisl.ei'.
FreejCoachJo and .from tho House.
If you wish to I ly your goods cheap, you must
p to the store ot
They keep one ef the largest stocks of
Outside of Portland, and they sell gixxN cheap
er than it can lie blight anywhere in the Wil
F. M. WIUT.'S,
huecesstir to Siin.To.N 3i Wii.sins.
"radical hgrn I
Next door to the (..ran.? Store, Willamette
street, Kiigvue City t,irehnn.
Have iust ojiened full line of fresh
Drugs, Medicines & Chemicals.
Also a fine assortment of
Fancy ami Tollci Articles.
ALL (IXP or
Mixed raints, Lead, Oil,
Varnish, Brushes, ;
WINDOW GLASS and PUTT?
MT1..V ii i ii v,
Wluchthey will always sell on reasonable
Cirtfol HlfDlioi fitfi Uflivvifiu'i Pre
EXECUT0R8 NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Ectateef A. I HnimriirrT, deceased.
NOTICKIS HfltKliV GIVEN TO THE
Creditors jf said deceased, and all whom
it may concern, that the undersigned have been
duly appointed execotoi of the will and estate
of said A. L. Humphrey, deceased, by an or
der of the county court of the State of Ore
iron, for the county of Lane, made by J. J.
Walton, Judife of laid Court, dated the 11th
day of June, A. (J. 1H0. Audall persous hav
ing-uluimsaaiuntsuid estate are hereby required
to present them, with the proper vouchers
withiu six mouths from the date of this notice
to the undersigned, at the office of I). M. liis
don in the city of Eugene, in said county,
Dated this l'Jth day of June, A. 1)., 1880.
V. M. KISIlON.
FARMERS ATTENTION. READ !
X HAVE JUST RECEIVED A NICE AS
X sortment of Hamess, Collars, Lines, Lri
dles, Hanie and Breast Straps, Halters, Curry -combe:).
Whins. Cards, lirushes, etc., and I
am making Saddles of all kinds and will keep
or. hand Saddle Trees and Dressed liuckskeis
for the wholesale and rotail trade, which 1 will
si ll ner cent, cheaner than usual Farmers
will do well to give ine a call. My terms is ready
pay; then no man pays tor his neighbors
'o.ids. Shop, 3 miles northwest of liuireue
City on railroad. D. It. LAK1X.
SEL1IHG off at COST,
As I Must raise Money
I vill sell myentire
DOOTli AND SHOES,
HATS AND CROCKERY.
Call sail sxaralns Goads a Prices
ei'All who are indebted to nie MUST settle
Iliglie it market price paid for all kinds of
PRODUCE, HIDES and FURS.
I WISH TO INFORM THE PUBLIC
that I p.iy more than any man this side
of l ortlandin
Store on Willamette St.,
Next Door to Goldsmith's Brick
rrAVINl! ASSOC, A t i l) WITH MF.I
Aibusiuess Mr. lldliACi: K ST RATION
we have just received a new, livr;fo aud
WELL SKLKCT1CD STOCK OF GOODS,
Making a speeiulty of
HARDWARE, m AND STEEL
AGRICULTURAL I.Mri DM KNTS.
We desire to make no grand Hoiri-.h, iiit dc
say that tanners can come nearer yvtting
ANYTHING THEY MAY WANT
at our store than at any other establkhment ii
town, ar.d tltfy can buy them on as good terms.
We have a full line of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRYGOOD8,
LADIES' AND GENTS' FURNISHING
MEN AND HOY S CLOTHING.
HATS AND CAPS,
ROOTS AND SHOES
And are continually addim: to our stock te
meet the demands of the public.
K. R DUNN,
Bckand Stationery Store.
POST OFFICE BUILDING. EUGENB
City. 1 have on hand and am constantly
vu nig n rannuiii oi ine isesi .-v tiool aa
Micllneous llmks. Stationery, Itlank liookj
l o.iioiios, l ants, Walltts, Manks, Portmor
etc. etc A. 8. PArfEIUSON.
!To t CARD and CABINET THOTO-
Vrai h VKRnoTvbw V ulLh
Cards and Cabinets a Specialty.
New Departure ! !
TWO I?3CCJ3E.SS3 I
PATRONIZE TOE MEN WHO HELP T
SCHOOL HOUSES, whose interests are
siwnd their profits at home. Take notice that-
A. V. PETERS,
Will sell goods for CASH at reatly reduced prices, as low as any ether CASH STORE .
Rest Prints 16 and 18 yards .'.$1 00
Best Brown and Bloached Muslins, 7, 8, 9, and
Clarks and Brooks spool cotton 75 cts per Doz.
Pluiii and Milled Flrnuele, 25, 35: 45 and 50 1
Water Proof, cents.
Fine White Shirts, 75 cts and SI.
And all Other Coeds
Also the Celebrated
WHITE 8H ,VIN"G MAOHIKE !
(None Utter for strength, size, and durabilitvl,
CaJ" To my old Customer, who have stood by
terms as heretofore on tima, hut if at any time they wisn to mane uaoo. purcnases, i win give
them, as to all others, the full credit ot "my reduction. A. V. PETERS
S. ML FRIENDLY.
HAS UST OPENED FOR THE &PUINU AND SUMMER TRADE
THE LARGEST STOCK OF GOODS
EVER BROUGHT TO EUGENE.
OUR STOCK OF
Has been largely increased aud wo can show as
handsome a line of ready mane goods m
MEN'S AND ROYS'
BUSINESS AND DRESS SUITS
As can be found in the eOhntry, ar.d at priees
that cannot fail to satisfy.
OUR DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
is well filled with a splendid assortment of all;
leading styles and fashionable shades of g.xrk
EMPRESS CLOTHS, MOHAIR,
AMERICAN DUESS GOODS,
Plaid, Plain and 0-ia Flannels of all colors.
IMeiiclicil & Unbli'iiolii'.l Cm ton Flan
Ladies' And Gtno' Undrrw6?.r,
yihvAVLS and SCAIIF.S
Robinson & Chi! reft f
Bcsi vc! ctci stccL in 0regn
HAS ON HAND AN -J MANUFACTURES
IAGKS m SPRING WAGONS,
I am Prepared to M tc cre'er Ecggies end Wagons.
As My Facilities are equal to any Esiablishment in the State,
I can Premise ?-y Fatrcns First-class Wcrk in every Respect
my vu u i:s mu: nil u;tt is the state
r ' CTC RYNEA K THE EUGENE CITY FLOURING MILLS.
To Whom it .May Concern.
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT I AM
the sole owner of the Patent lii'tit
for Sinking ami Privin Wells in I jine county,
State of Oreifn, and that said Rifht is pro
tected by Letters Patent issued by the U. S.
liov.-rnni-int to Nolwm W. Ureen, "f Court
land County, State of New York. All persons
w ho have Driven Wells, or hail them driven,
without my ponuissii in, sin ee the "ist day nf
February, 1h73. are liable to .nweention fur
iiifrioK-eiiieut of said Hi'lit and are hereby no
tified to come forward and adjust the same.
AH infringements in the future will be" pros
I am prepared to drive Wells or will grant
permission to others ou application.
13 F- DORR IS
Chas. hi. Horn;
PRACTICAL G VXE MITU.
l Fishinsr Tackles at i materials.
'T Kejirinir d.-e in the neatest style
Tn'' warranted. Sewinir macL iura,
aaiee, Locks, etc, repauvd.
Guns loaned and amm iniion furnished.
Shop on WiRamette st, opposite Astor House
DRESS GOODS -' STYLES and
low rricr. Jivt mrirA br
IiUILD YOUR BRIDGES, ROADS AND
your interests ! Are ptimnnently located a4
Fine Cheviot Shirts. 50, 75 cU and $L '
New Assortment Dress Goods (N Trash) 15,
20 and 25 cts.
Mens' Underwear, Shirts and Drawers, 50 eta.
Mens' Overall irts, 75 eta. and fh
Mens' Overalls, 50, 05, 75 cts and $1.
Embroideries and Edgins at Fabulous Lew
at Proportionate Rates.
At greatly reduced rates.
me so long, I will continue tt sell on same
Tr;:n!:3 and Treveliug Satchels.
HATS and CAPS in the leading Styles.
' OILCLOTHS for floor and table use.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
We world eall special attention to onr stock of
Mm' and Boys' Snn Francisco Hoots,
MiMi we have sold for a number of years with
MtMa- Lvery rrai'ted.
A complete stock of
HARDWARE, PLOWS AND FARMIN
CHOICE TEAS. CANNED GOODS
1 And all choice FAMILY GROCERIL..
'astonishingly low rates. r
LIVERPOOL A CARMEN ISLAND SALT
ilii;he,itrr;cef()I.lli!i;iI1d,of produce and
s is. i ish:ndly.
HAVE FOR sal
at the LOWEST
We invite an em
illat ion of our goods,
confident that our
KTiitK will suit tb
LIFE OF TRAM
WILL , DO WORK CHEAPER than any
t other shop in town.
HORSES fchOD FCR 2 CASH.
ith new material, all round- Resetting eld
1.AU warranted to give satisfaction.
Shop ca the Corner of 8th and
TOBKO CCKfJUEROR, JR.
I will make the following
stands for the season, to-wit :
At Cooper's stalile, Eugene
Citv, I-'ritlay and Saturday of
each wei k.
At. L. ilumphrey's on
Long Tom, .Monday.
At my place Tuesdays and
I2J"For particulars of descrip
tion, jiedigree, see printed
posters. II. G. 1IA1LLY.'
BOOTS AXD JHOE-CALir01
nia band and machine made B Km aai
oooea. A m int rlirert fmm faetory.
H. FKIEMLT .