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THE EUCEKE CITY GUARD.
UTUBDJLV, .OCT. 7, 1832
Notice ii hereby given that J. R.
Campbell bu severed his connection
iriUi the Euoimb Citt Guard. The
business will hrrtsfter be carried on bj
L L Campbell, who will collect all
debts due the firm of Campbell Bros.
I. L Campbell,
J, R. Campbell.
Emx. Citt, August 31, 1882.
We herewith present to our readers
the opinions of the different papers o!
this State, on the recent betrayal
br the the so-called Democrats who
Toted for MitchelL It will be seen
that the comments are not wholly con
tined to the Dsmocratio press, but is
indulged ia by the rcpresentatin
.papers of both parties:
The ReveiU of Baker City, de
nounces these men as unworthy
Feur Demecrats went ever to Mitch
ell, "bag and baggage," on Saturday
last Their ooaatiuency will probably
pondnr awhile ere they return them to
the .Oregon Legislature. IlilUboro
Lane county has already passed reo
llotions denouncing Democratic Repre
sentatives who deserted Prim, and
ethers will follow in its wake. The
Democrats who voted for Mitchell
4ene it in such a manner that many
will doubt the honesty of the motive
which impelled -the change. Dcdla
Siglin, Sifcrs, Long and Curtis, four
Democratic members of the Legislature
with D. M. Dunbar of this county,
lave rone over to MitchelL The de
nunciation of the four Democrats is in
dulged in by the Democratic State
press. It is boldly charged that they
were bought Dunbar's action is
rascally betrayal of his constituents.
JfflUboro Independent, (Rep)
A larce indignation meeting was
lield by the Democrats of Eugene City
on last Saturday evening, at which res
olutions were unanimously pissed con
detuning the treacherous conduct of
John Long of that county, who dis
graced himself and them by voting for
Mitchell; and requested him to imme
diately resign the position he so out
rageously disgraced Lafayette Regis
One of tho Democrats voting for
Mitchell has heard from his constitu
ents. It is Long of Lane county. lie
is declared by a public meeting at
Eugene City to have disgraced himself,
misrepresented his constituent, betrayed
his trust, and brought reproach upon
his party. His resignation is therefore
demanded by the Democrats of Lane
county. Do yon hear John Long.
The course of Representative Long,
from Lane county, in staying out of
the Democratic Caucus is universally
condemed by his fellow members, and
we know the Democracy of Lane court
ly will share with the members in this
condemnation. The Democracy of
Lane county have always heretofore
Wen represented by men who were
aleve suspicion of a violation of their
The four Democrats who deserted
Prim and have continued to vote for
Mitchell have, according to our way of
thinking, proven recreant to their
trust, and are unworthy of the further
confidence of partisan Democrats.
We believe these four Democratic
member will get their just deserts at
the hands of their constituents in the
future and be relegated to private life.
Mountain Sentinel, (Tnd Dem.)
The Democracy of Lane county are
very indignant at their Representa
; live, John Long, who, although elected '
as a Democrat, has been voting for
Mitchall! and they have met and pass
ed ft series of resolutions, demanding
that John Long resign the seat he dis-
1 honors in the Oregon Legislature: Ap
parently John Jias got a-Long to the
end of his political rope in Lane coun
ty.- short and far from brilliant ca
rr. Yaquina Ray Pott, (Re.p)
i oe isentocrais w ine county as
sembled in mass meeting on the
23th inst, with lion. R. B. Cochran
as President, and adopted resolutions
strongly censuring Mr. Long, Repre
aealative from that county, for voting
for Mr. MitchelL Tho resolutions re
quest the resignation of Mr. Long. It
is probable the request will 1 made
several times before Mr. Long sees it
in that light There's some voting to
W done yet, and Mr. Mitchell needs
iim. Ik'niztr, (Rep.)
We make no charges of corrupt
motives. With motives we have noth
ing to da It is enough to know that
Senators Curtis and Sifers, and Repre
sentatives durtis and Long, have be
trayed the party that e)cted them, and
cast their votes for Mitchell, who, be
sides being a bitter partisan, in by no
means the choice of the better class of
the people of the State. That they
have abandoned the choice of the LV
mocracy of Oregon as expressed through
truer representatives than they, is a
fact beyond perod venture or dispute.
We believe every Democrat who has
voted for Mitchell, or who will vote for
him hereafter, has so voted in oonse
quence of a bril. This will be the
opinion of all men. Many persons and
papers who are interested in Mitchell's
cause will scout this idea, but they
will all believe it just the same. Let
these dishonored men remember that
in spite of their protestations, which
nobody believes; in spite of the mer
cenary tools of Mitchell, who deceives
no one, they are detpised by men of all
parties. They have betrayed a high
and an honorable trust for the sake of
a pecuniary gain. No baser epithet
can well be applied to any men than
properly belongs to them mercenary
traitors. Eatt- Oregonian.
The Democracy of Lane county feel
themselves greatly outraged by the
course pursued by their Representa
tive, Long, and for his bencOt, they
held ft mass meeting, and proceeded to
call upon Mr. Long to resign the seat
hs has so shamefully disgraced. It
will be in order for Mr. Long to rise to
a questing of privilege in joint conven
tion, and make ft spread eagle speech to
show that he U not "cattle." In speak
ing of "cattle" we notice that the Leg
islature is about to pass ft bill prevent
ing owners of cattle from cutting off
more than one-half the year in mark
ing, hence, we say to our Lane county
Democrats this bill will probably be
come a law before Air. Long return to
his constituents. We give below the
action of the Democratic mass meetin
hold for the lnefit of this "Long" who
has been cut "Short" Salem States
The resolutions adopted by the Dem
ocrats of Lane county on the 25t
inst. which we. publish in another
column, are a fitting and stinging re
buke to Representative Long of that
county, for his action in voting for
Mitchell tor U. & Senator. From their
tenor it is evident that Lane county
Democrats not only do not want Mitch
ell, but that they regard the contest
which has been going on at Salem for
the past two weeks in its true light,
namely, as a Republican tight for which
and for the results of which Republi
cans alone should be responsible; and
that they do not intend that the Do in
ocratio party of Lane county shall as
sunie any of tho responsibilitv of
Mitchell's election, or of his acts as
United States Senator. In requesting
Mr. Long to resign, they simply ask
him to do that which is now his clear
est duty to his constituents, Benton
A Varied Performance.
Many wonder bow Parker's Ginger Tonie
can perform luch varied curat, thinking it
essence of ginger when in fact it is mailt
from many valuable medicines which set
beneficially on every diseased organ.
Rkiloh'a Vttalizer w what ynuneed for Con
stlpatioft, Iwe of Apatite, INuinmaanA
symptoms of Dyspeiwia. Trie 10 and75cts.
tattle. Sold by Unburn and Co, Unpenes
Are yon disturbed at uiyhi ad broke
your rest by a sick child suffering and erring
with the excruciating- pain of cutting teeth ? If
to, ga at once ami get a bottle of MIUV
WINSUJW'S SOOTHING HYRUP. it
will relieve the poor little sufferer immediately
depeud tixm it; there ia no mistake about.
Titers U not a mother on earth who hae evrr
used It, who will not tell you at once that it
will regulate the hntreU, and (five rest to the
mother, and rvlif ana health t the child, op
erating like maipo. It i peifectly a&fe to uw
In all cases, and pleawnt to the taste, and ia
the prescript! m of one of the oldeet and but
female physicians and nurses in the United
State, bole everywhere. 25 cent a bottle.
BVCKLEX'S ARXICA 8ALVK.
The Best Halvi in the world for Unit.
CuU, Sores, Ulren , Salt ltheum, Fever Son,
Tetter, Chapped Hand, Chilblains, Cornn,and
all knde of Skin Kruptina, T hie salve ii guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction in every owe
or money refunded. Price 8ft eta per box. For
sale by wiiiu'j, the Druggiat, Eugsne City.
Mulliolland, Junction City.
Mr 8 H Friendly ha reoeivet a large
stock of goods for the spring trade and is
prepared to suit hit customer as to quality
and price. lit will tell for caah or credit at
cheap at any other atort in town, and at hit
satisfaction. Men and boyt
goodt are of the beat quality
specialty. Give him a 011. .
A ( oath. Cold or Sore Throat
hould he stopped. N'eclect frequently result
la an lararable Lane DlnraM or Cow
eatnpllnn. IMIOW IV'S VIIUM HMb
111 of II i: are cerlala to clv mieMa
Asthma Hroucnllls, oaf he, alarm,
ronaainpilve and Tnroal Dtaea.ee,
For 30 nears the Trochee have been recom
mended by physicians, and always give per
fect satisfaction. Ittey arc not new or un
tried but havinz beea tested by wide and cod
tant use for nearly an entire generation, they
have attained well merited rank amnngthe few
tun le remedies of the aue. I'UbllC apeak
era and aililtfra iue them to clear and
strengthen the V lc. Sold at 25 oentt a box
Three of Mitchell's strikers, all
claiming" to be Democrats, were in
town this week trying to get the Dem
ocraU of Lane county to petition our
members of the Legislature to vote for
J II Mitchell for U. S. Senator. They
were informed that all the Democrat:
hero were against that individual'
election, and most of the Republicans.
We are informed that they did not sue
ceed in getting the signature of even
one Democrat The trio departed the
next morning after their arrival, look
ingvery crestfallon. The Domocrats
here will not lend their influenco tc the
election of ftny Republican. John
Long does not even have one Demo
cratic sympathizer in this place.
It is the opinion of the best lawyers
that in the event of a failure br the
Legislature to elect ft Senator there is
not such ft vacancy as will authorise an
appointment by the Governor. The
constitution provides that the appoint
ment shall be by the Legislature, and
tho omission of that body to perform
the duty cannot authorize the (.iovernor
to perform if for them. Only a vacancy
that occurs during ft recess of the Leg
islature, and after an election has been
had, can be filled by the Governor's
The last vote taken en the senator
ahip at Salem ' resulted, Mitchell 39;
Shattuck, 29; Failing, 14; R Williams,
7; 4,Flaxbreak" Williams, 1. Since
our latt issue Eakin has been voting
for G. IL Williams, and Plumtr for R.
Williams, instead of for Mitchell as
If you are eufTering with a Cough, Cold,
Asthma, Dronchitis, HhV Fever, Consumption,
loos of voice, tickling in the throat, or any
affection of the throat or lungs, use Ir. King
ew Discovery f.ir consumption. This is the
great remedy tbat it causing to much excite'
ment bv lU wonderful cures, curing thousands
of hnprleM ciues. Over one million bottles of
Dr. King's Now Discovery have been used
within the list year, and nave given perfect
satisfaction in every instance. We can un
hesitatingly auv that this is ret lly the only sure
cure for throat and lung alFectioni, and can
cheerfully recommend it to alL C:ill ant. get
a trial bottle free of cost, or a regular tize for
$1.00. For sale by F. M. Wilkins. the drug
git, Eugene City: Mulliolland. Junction City;
lioilge, Davis ft Co., wholesale agenu, roit
Jfofoirnr TWt-Tfkat h Lift IntMraneti
Aploplexy, 4c. Many people insure their lives
to benefit their families by death how para
doxical is this. To prolong life by preserving
the health would be a far mere ratirnal mau
ner of assuring it. Apoplexy is awift and in
sidious in its Attacks, striking its victim with
out a moment s warning I Happily a prevent!
tive has been discovered Hollowav 1 ills the
only safe and certain antidote for this disease,
they cool the blood and equalize its circulation
through the svstem. To preserve the stomach
in a sound condition and the blood pure is the
true secret of health Holloway'a Pills will do
this most effectually, and thousands owe their
actual existence to them at the present (lay.
IMIHKTAST onrr .vuie are genuine nn
less the signature of J. Havikh ic surround!
each box of Pills and Ointment. Boxes at '2i
cent. Ii ' cents and $1 each.
" There is considerable saving bv taking th
larger sizes. HoI.lowaT A Co, New York.
Dr. Wm Osborne,
Oftkb Adjoining St Charles Hotel,
OB At THE
HEW DEUQ STORE OF HATES and lUCKET.
"VTOTICE HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ll the undersigned, administrator of the
estate of Martha Mulholland, deceased, has
filed his account for final settlement therein.
and bv order of the the County Court Tues-
lay, January 2d. 1883. hat been set for hear
ing the same.
J(. JL MULlIULLArt D, Admt t.
Geo. S. WisHni'R!tK, Attorney.
NOTICE 13 IfEREBY GIVEN THAT
by virtue of an execution duly issued
ontof the Circuit Court, of the State of
Oregon, for the County of Linn, on the lltn
day of Seple-eW, 1832, by the Clerk there
of and to life directed, upon a judgment and
decree of foreclosure, rendered in taid court
April 2f!th, 18S-., in favot of ICnoch Hoult,
Yilainnff, ami gainst iiiram Smith and W
W Friggs, doing business at partuen under
the name and ttyle of Smith A Brings;
11 1 rain Smith tod J W BrasiticM.doing busi
ness as partners tinder the firm name and
style of Smith A lirassKeld; Hiram Smith,
John M Waters and VY V brings, doing
business under the firm name of Smith,
Waters ft Co.; Hiram Smith, J sines W Bias
field, John F McCully, J sines M Shelley and
W J Bramwell, doing business under the
firm Dam of Smith, brasstield & Co., Mary
A E Smith, James W Brasolield, Itfilia
Brasafield, Eliiabetb llartiii, Alexander
Sommerville, Willonghby Churchill, It P
Caldwell, John Q Vaughn, George Bailey,
John Sommerville, A N Hill, Joseph
Sommerville, Solomon Cox, Samuel Nix
toe, John McCartney, Henry Kansclie,
Catherine VYeigle, A Humphrey, John Cogs
well, Jacob Weigle, John Kelsay and John
Buruett, partners, doing business under the
firm name of Kelsay et Uurnett; Jss 1
Holt, F A Chenoworth and F M Johnson,
doing business nnder the hrm name of then
oworth c Johnson; Damuu Smith, John
McCully, Nancy . Carson Wilson, John
Kaiser, WinSvld Sommerville, E F Watt,
Daniel McClain, G II 15a be r, Mack Sommer
ville, Harvey Aommcrville, U U Ward, Jerry
Hay, John Foster, J D Beunett, JHU
Henderson, J B Hill. D R Hill, M Wilkins,
Samuel Swift, Hiram Smith and Mary A E
f mith nit wile, Wetley tv Knggt and liar
net Unggt, bit wife; A U tlovey and H
Humphrey, partners, under the hrm name
of Hovey A Humphrey; John M Thompson,
Iran it Danaon and Isaac Vandyne, defend'
ants, for the turn of 16,887 3!), with in
tereat thereon at the rate of one per cent.
per month from April iilitb, 1882: Also in
favor of the following defendants, to-wit)
Jerry Jiayt, Ibl 24: Mack Sommerville.
$147 13; ii R Ward, $1,889 31; Isaae Van
dyne, (245 85; Catherine Weigle, 11,120 50
Willoughby Churchill, (223 80; Elizabeth
Sommerville, $bs oil Solmnou Cox, $179 04
J H D Henderson, 9709 50; H N Hill,
4SJ II; l.eorge Bailey, SI.ZUU 75. j jj n,n,
$227 03; D R Hill, $bS7 33; Henry Kansche,
ti.blrt ty; 1 K Dawson, 1L'8,722 5U; with in
tereat on each of the foregoing sums at tlie
rate of one percent, per month from April
,utn, j 93., ana tne innner sum of till 2d.
costs and disbursements 111 said action, to
gether with the accruing costs and expenses
01 in is sale, and lor the foreclosure of the
mortgaged premise! described at follows,
Beginning at a point in tSe center of the
Couuty road leading from Harriaburg to
Spore't ferry on the McKeuzie River. 20 feet
tooth of the Mack loenst standing nn tne
east aide of slid road on the donation land
claim of John DiamoDri, notification No 3,
973, in T 16, 8 11 3 W. in Lane Couuty,
Oregon, toppol to stand iW yarda from
the sawmill, thence running dne west 25
rods, thence south 40 rods, thence cast to
Johu H Milliron west line of a tract of land
conveyed by said Milliron to G H Murch,
being a section line, thence north to said
Milliron 1 north-west corner of said tract.
thence north westerly by direct line to the
place 01 Beginning, containing C acres ol
land, more or less; also the rkht to (fig the
present race way to and from said sawmill.
on the premises of Isaac Vandyne, as deep
and wide at may be necessary for mills that
snail actnally he constructed nn said premi
ses, with the right to bank the dirt and
stone on either tidn and to keep np the
present aam and premises, liuiug the premi
ses conveyed by Isaac Vandyne and his wife,
Sarah Vandyne. to Oren Noble, on the 28th
day of Sept, 1870, ami by Oren Noble and
Lliza JNoblti Ins wife conveyed by deed of
warranty to Hnratlu Jftone- dated and
acknowledged on the Jflh day nf March,
loio. ins win nremutj neretn orn eon.
veyed being suhjoct to a judgment lien in
lavor 01 J ill lhnmpsmi for tho sum of SI.
220, dated Nov 5th, 1S78.
1 he S W J of the S E t of See lion 22, and
the K i of the IS W J, and N W of the N W
I of the? N E 1 of Section 27, T IT, S It 7 west,
containing UW acre, in Lane County, Oregon.
Also the N W i of the N E 4 of the X W 4 nf
Section 16, T 13 South. Kwze 4 West, rrm
taining 10 acres, more or less, ip Lane eoutty,
Aow, therefore, bv virtne of said miertttitm
I will tell the above described nitrtcm.-ed
premises at pnblio anction to the highest
bidder, at the Court Housh doer, in Eusene
r:. t . . 1. -
viiy, uiue ouniy, vregon, on
Tuesday, the Slat day of October,
At the hour of 1 :30 o'clock P M of said day:
J. K. CAMPBELL,
Sheriff of Lane Co, Ogn.
Date! this 30th day of Sept, 18S2.
S II CiH
In the Circuit Court for the County of Lane.
;vai 01 uregon.
M. E. Gibson, Plaintio, j
M. W. G'xUon, Dtfendant. )
10 M. . Gibson, defendant:
N THE NAME OF THE STATiC OF
. Urecxw. vou are berebr required to annear
nd answer the complaint filed acainst vou in
the ahor entitled suit, on or before the 6th
day of NoTembsr, A, D., 18S2, that being the
first dav of the next regular terra of said court:
and if you fail so to answer, fur want thereof
the rbuntiff will take a decree acainst run dis
solving, annulling and avoiding the marriage
ennlratt su bin ting between Plain tiff sad De
fendant, and for the ears and custody of the
minor children of said marruu. and tor carts
This summons is published bv order of tha
Hon. It. 8, Uean. Judge of the abov entitled
murt. which order ia dated at ehasnbera in
J Eugene City, (Vegon September I lsi
I J. W. WKIGHT, Alt y for flflL
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon,
for the county of Lane.
Jamet Humphrey, Plaintiff, )
vs. V '
N. L. Strange, Defendant j
To N. L. Strange, Defendant:
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
Oregon, you are hereby required to appear
uu answer tarn complains nietl against you in
the above entitled action, on or before the 6th
day of November, 1882, which is the first day
f the next regular term of said court, and if
youittiiaoio answer, tor want thereof, the
plaintiff will take judgement against you for
the sum of $100 in U. S. gold coin, and f.r the
further sum of $40, attorncvt fees, and for the
costs and disbursements of this action, and.
r,i.;t;.r :n f....i i . . ;
f...,u,i -111 i.iimrr i'My i sain ume lor an
order of aaid Court 1 1 sell the following real
estate to satisfy such judgment as plaintiff may
ag.-uusi ueienuanc, wnico said real
estate has been attached at the instance of
piainim as the property of defendant, viz
ine vtest of the hast J f Section 1, T. 18,
S. of K. 4 W,; also commencing at the North
west corner of Section 12, T. 18, S. of K 4
., and running thence East 60.00 chs., thence
South 26.66 2 3 chs., thence West 60 00 chs.,
","" i'"ru Mwj cnm. n puce 01 begin
ning, containing in all '320 81-100 acres of land,
in Ine County, tlregon.
1 Dis summons to publuhed br the order nf
Hon. R. S. Bean, Judge of aaid Court, made
t v naniDers on tne lolh day of September. A.
H. Cs HUMPHREY,
GEO. S, WASHBCKNE.
Attorneyt for Plaintiff.
The Dry Goods
Has stopped in Eugene City.
Worth of Dry and Fancy Goods
direct from A. T. Stewart & Co. N,
Y., will be sold at the I. X. L. Store
Eugfene City. Goods as cheap as in
1 j wide Talile Linen at 23 cents per yard; worth 50 cts pef yard. 18 yard.
of Eancy Prints for $1.00, and everything at such bedrock prices.
We keep the very latest in Ladies!
Cloaks and Dolmans.
Our Boots and Shoes are BUCKINGHAM .t JIECIITS innlie six wrf
warrant every pair.
We keep GROCERIES and will them for cuxli nt Porllmi'l prlK
Bird Cages, Wall Paper and Coal Oil c!iprr than i-Im-wlifrrt
Come afid see us as you surely will navo 25 per cent, oil everything
want to buy,
I. X. L.. STORE
NEW FURNITURE & UPHOLSTERY
J. E. REAM,
Corner SEVENTH and WILLAMETTE STREETS, Eugene City, Orr
JUST RECEIVED FROM THE FACTOR? A
large assortment nf the latest styles ef furniture
and Uj'liolstery, consisting of 6aa
Pa: lor and Chamber Suites, Sofas, Lounges,
Tables, Fancy Furniture, Chairs
Of all Descriptions, Etc-, Etc.
Wbirb will be sold at tlie LOWliST Prices. I DEFY"
All iwrw.ns are repectullr InviteJ to call sad
amine my Stn-k and be atihd for thtm-clvee. I
take pleasure in waiting on visitors.
Give :sac si call before pur clause :tg elsewhere
J. R, REAM.
po UEKERtL IdERCIIAMDISB f
T. C. HENDRICI.Q.
rpilE BEST SHOES EVER BROFGHT
m naraei, si ine Invest pnee
T. G. HENDKICK
"V-OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN' THAT
11 the nndenimad ku K A. .nni.ti
adminntrator of the eUU ot Joanah Good
chU0,deceeet, by the County Cosjrt of Lane
County, Orenta. All neranna aarinr rlum.
against aaM estaU. are hereby notified and re
quired to present the same, pmperly Teri6ed.
to the untlorn.'Mt at t) I. nK. -J
A Bilven, in Eufene Otv. Ongoa, viibia U
anootas from the date berenf.
t r,r.J.-8,,VKRNS- Administrator.
L. BILYEL , AU fnr Administrator.
Kujena City, Sept 30, lS8i 1
Goods sold as low as any House
in Oregon, for
Cash or Credit
Highest Price paid for all kindfl
of Country Produce. Call and see
S. H. Friendly.
C3ES3R.3R."r c23 BAY,
and Retail Dealers and Manufacturers of all Kinds cf
Furniture, Mirrors, Picture Frames,
Mouldings, Coffins & Caskets.
tJS Special attention given va alt ord for
by Mail or Telegraph, Night or Day. S$r
Retail Dealers will find it to their
advantage to send for price list be-
fore purchasing elsewkere.
Dr. N. J. Taylor,
ECG EXE CITY, OREGOX.
Office op-etairs. one d jot t wtk of ThesBre-m
aad Beaa s aid office. , 1
All erk GUARANTEED.
Geo. B- Dorris,
Attorney and CounseUcr-at
ETGEXE CITY, . - - OREG0X.
Real Estate bnwM and sold. Hoary WaesV
Cofiectioof proancOy atUnded k