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SATURDAY- APUIL 20, 1834.
THE EUGENE CITY GUARD. The pin form.
In another column will be found the
platform adopted hy tho Democracy
DEMOCRATIC STATE ? rsZ "l tion ,ot. the
juiirn, amy 10, 1001. iiio piaiiorill
is a model onn, straightforward, plain
and explicit, with no double meanings
or vagun wording to perplex the voter,
I This quality, no less than tho enuncia
tion of principles, which we conceive,
lie at the foundation of good govern
I era moii t, entitlo them to :he
consideration of every thinking man in
the State of Oregon, The first plank
declares that all unearned railroad
land grants ulioukl be forfeited, thereby
reserving tho land for the poor, and
not for the rich
for Presidential Electors,
JL 0. JONES, of Jackson,
L B. LSON, of Baker,
V. D. FENTON, of Yamhill.
For Supremo Judge,
W. W. THAYER,
. E HAMS'
New, Absolutely World Famous
WILL EXHIBIT AT
EUGENE, Thursday, May 8th,
1 he second plank, rirTlrTI A rTEl m T rT7T7 TTTJ "Rr
characterise of tho rand old tmrtv. Wl ZXV7J. VJXVW V J, VV UU. IVXctV f U&,
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rrosecuung Attorney . 'ci judicial jJst, declares that all lines should be regu- TT ADD TQuTTD T7vi 3 o -rr TWVii-r 04-Vi
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freight and passenger transportation,
J. W. HAMILTON.
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET.
For State Senator,
E P. COLEMAN.
L, BILYEU, R. B. HAY.S,
It M. VEATCH, A. D. BUBTON.
J. 0. MITCHELL, If. N HILL
For County Judgo,
J. J. WALTON, Ju.
J. It. CAMPBELL
C. K. HALE,
B. II. JAMES.
For School Superintendent,
A. W. PATTERSON.
, F. W. OSBURN.
Our Slate Trkct.
In this plank the Democracy re affirm
the principle which they have main
tained, in behalf of the producei, for
fifteen years in this Stute. During
that tune the party has never betrayed
the trust reposed in it, has never been
the advocate of tho worst railroad re
gime that ever wrested the hard work
ing mans last dollar from him, or of
the man who by repeaters, bribes, etc.,
basely sou "lit to debauch the electors
of the State and defeat their will.
Against tho crushing weight of the
railroad power and their allies, the
Democracy wcged war until it bro'e
down. The record is known. The
third plunk expresses alarm at the usur
pations of L. S. courts. It renews the
protest of Jefferson, against an irre
sponsible judiciary, which is clothed
with more absolute power than that
of England. It is not policy in a free
government to place great power in the
hands of any person, be that person
di'iiinninated judge, gmieral, or presi-
W M w
Menagerie of Trained
And Congress of Celebrated
A )nw of wonderful features and tli jfrestest
ever perfected or conceived; the top of the ladder
of fame, overshadowing all competition, elialleng
inu all rivalry in equtntrian and gymnast. The
With the Urgent ear of born brutes.
h i Lis
Entered and performed daily. The handsomest
EOTSkT-A-X- EEKJGr-A-Xi TIGEHS
n n n n
t) i) W I
I I L ST0E1
The latest in Dress Silks; elegant shade
All shades in Silks and Velvetines; now designs. '
Latest styles in Kid and Silk Gloyes from 4 to 8 buttons.
We carry the latest Styles in everything.
Sixteen different makes of Corsets; mostly imported.
The latest in Ladies Silk French Hose.
New designs in Plaips, with Serge to match.
As we keep only one line of goods, we keep it perfect.
Six different styles of Mens' and Ladies' Button Shoes.
We pay special attention to
MENS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
As wo carry a large stock of the samo at '
25 CT, KHDUCTIOM"
fourth plank speaks M GRAVE--PiOrBEll."
The umalh'tt noiiii a. the Iniucst lwnies. the only
Male and Female Sampson on this continent,
pulling against horses and Klt-pliants.
"Fourth That we are in favor of
the Mortgage Tax Law; and believe
the principle of taxation enunciated
therein is correct, and ought to be sus
It is now the turn of the Republi
cans to speak. v ill tliey adopt reso
lutions in favor of this law, which
Judy" Boise has pronounced con.stitu
tional, or will they favor some amended
law, winch can be evaded by tho pow
The ticket nominated at Tho Dalles,
Oregon, April 17th, is one of the best
that has ever been nlannl bifnt-a tlm
, people of Oregon. If the people of Jl nionpy-lentling corporatio.,1 The
' ? 1 ' fifth resolution is unequivocally for
our young ana growing Mate wish to ,ual taxation of all property in the
ftlectmon who are thoroughly identified State The sixth plank speaks in fa
'with their interests and are competent vor r n tft.n." f,,r revenue, limited to
i i, , ti ..,.,i.i . ... . .. ... tne necesHiiies ot tno iiovemmi-nt eco-
, ... , , , ., iiomicully ailii.iniKtereil, 1 hey do not
for the men placed on the ticket, at Lan iuit 0, -on farmer, shall still be
'. least, ibis year. robbed to enrich Eastern millionaires.
We oan commend lion. John iMyers Tim seventh is in favor of liberal op
.nUui nA ,rin..k ....... liroprmtioiiB tor the Columbia river
iivuiw, wiui vviiiivviuii iiiiiii I , -r a t i
. r 1 quilht nvpt and also for tho coniiuo
ll.- -111 I . IT I I I ' '
win ngiiw wine peopio. jionas neen tion of tho locks at tlm tWades. The
a resident of tho State since 1855, and Republican policy has been to throw
-Ibn irniater nnrtinn nf tbnrinii. bimbnon fid money after bad, at tfllipl lllff to
Wonderful Tattooed Fejee Island Caniba'
Unly one ever seen in America.
THE IiKST BROKE
-Trick and Ring-
And tho Greatest
hver wituosseil. head nil the bi la an iiMvertisenients: not ciu-
tt'iitli can le to.d m tins liiiutnl space.
Two perfornitiiKTS daily; aJ.ter.' o n at 2 o'c'ock, ovi-mru at 8.
Doors open one iionr earlier.
engagoa in tilling uie son, and at pres
ont is farming ami carrying on a gen
.eral morchandiso business in Oregon
Vdy. In (Jlackamoii county he is us
teemed by llepuhlicana and Democrats
.alike, and has been elected to the
;Sonate time and again although the
county is nearly 300 Republican,
What ltter eoiumimdatiou do tin
people wish. We belie vs tun farmers
and laboring mou of Lane county w
give him a rousing majority next Jum
Gov. W. W. Thayer, of Multnomah
county, it tho nominee far Supreme
Judge, lie u an able jurist, and will
bring to the bench of tho Supreme
Court an f xtensivo knowledge of law,
which is conspicuously absent in the
The candidates for President in
Electors, W. D. Fenton of Yamhill,
L B. Ison of Ituker and A C Jones
of Douglas, are all reliable men, and
their integrity, ability and tnaiiliond
cannot bo questioned. We are relia
bly informed that that they will make
a thorough canvass of the State,
If tho Democrats of each prectnt in
Lane county, will immediately organ
izoand go to work for the whole ticket,
when tho sun tots the 2d day of June,
we are certain Hhat victory will 1
written upon our banners.
ontrol the shifting sand bars of the
Columbia river, anil to l.uil.l up, ut
the expense of tho State, a city, which
contains only one-tenth of the popula
tiou of the State. Again, the platform
denounces the prison contract system,
which maKesouriiiecliaiiicsaiKi artisans
compete with labor hired nt fifty cents
a day. Convicts are now engaged in
foundry work und making brick. In
... other states they have engaged in boot
I 1 ..1 . .1 e . e
uim mum masiiig, me manuiaciuro oi
furniture, and many other branches of
industry. Hie present coolie trade
merits the severe condemnation it ro
ceives. 1 Ins places tho Oregon De
mocincy in accord with the Democrats
of the Foreign Committee, who unnn
unously favored measures to still
further restrict tins slave trade, and
winch were unanimously opposed hy
the Kepublican members. lue regis
try system is one of the greatest im
portance, and is designed to protect
(he purity of the ballot box. It was
defeated in the Legislature two years
ago hy liopublioan votes. 1 he amend
ment to the mechanics lien law
is another move to protect tho me
Real Estate Agents,
WALTON'S MUCK, EUOESE CITY, OHEGON.
Improved Farms for Sale Cheap
and on easy terms.
CALL AT THE Jg
To see Elegant New Goods and get low Figures-
Large Stock Wall Papers & Picture Frames
E. E. Luckey & Co
Toilet Articles, Paints, Oils,
Brushes, Etc., Etc.
We will keep a full assortment
and sell at living fixture,
In hands of a competent druggist
To Luckey if Bristowab the old Ellsworth Store.
FLOUMNG MILLS, SAW MILLS, ETC.
n Miimlay at tli adjournal term of circuit
court for I. Inn comity, Hon K 1' lioUe intwiil
CODDlT AsitSSOr. hig, m ti the iuw of Jolm N C'rnwfoM vt
i . ... .. .
l.nm county nixl iorv nunil.ri'y, nhonlf.
Lout week, during our absence at I hw'ject of tb ult waa to crtjt.iu tlx col-
thoStateConven'.ion,arevUw of th " T k
1 I tx law. On tli Lnkiiitil that ni'h lnw vfitlittu.I
County Ticket appeared, and by euro- tli. constitution of tho .Ut. In that it i. a
bullies of tho printers in charge, the tiil Uw lovjiag tax, aJ Wk wiuality rBi,nill liil.i'or. tli contract for the builil
BOtioa of of tho A3eaor was left out. "'lf"""lly. ing th miu qumtam lately 'n t a Dn.iti. on the county roml in
luuuml I1IMI1I hv III II .S cmirl nf I Irx.'.m Ilia ' m .- .-i
, , ' , , , ., , , n.ar th reniilenc of h 1 Kmlfonl; cniil con-
honor, Jult; lloi.., promptly tlwi.led tliat the tnM,t to u U-t at the Court llou-e in Kuirenr
Tssting the Morteaee-Tax Law. to nurehnse School or Kiiilioad Lenil. will do well to rail upon or addreax us. as we &'r tho
oiiKhly actiumnteil witn such laniirtliroU);nout tlie entire vt illnmette alley, on either aide of
the river, and can hIiow pitrttes the moot valualile IhikU and dosirable locations, fruta 40 to 1200
acre". In IhMv. lulanuation iiertnining to lanns tuninliiM OTatis, ror location and mice.
A t 'HI - I'll . . .... 1
cim ior circuuvr. .'vuurow or ciiu on .-v. oii.ui k vw., .uffene (.itv. Ua'L'ou
TO BHI32E BUILDERS.
XTOTH'K IS HKIIEIIY GIVEN THAT I
jLi will let 1'V pulilic outcry to the lowest
Mr. P. J. McFherson, who receim
tha nomination for Awtevsor by accla- I" con.titu tional, aud that the decision of
mation. has been electotl to tlm nffir h,.Mllf?.ww.mM!,"wU
. .. . ,, , . . , nnol win nuwlion. I.:, olverton ap-
tor tha last throe elertions nueeevnvely, pr.ired for the plaintitT and W K Hilyeu, K
1y vorflareo niaioritieH. anl is known f".1'" n;l J Humett apareirfor the
.," II,. , . ., i. . ... . (Iclcn.laiit. I he cae will at once lie apiiealcd
personally to nearly every cituen in t,, w ,,,. urti HUlllor Jtl
the county. He is a farmer by oceu- when hope ewiy iM.iut f l.iw win u
natinn aoiiinntniir nml !,!. i tonche.1 mm and ,W.M l.y tht My.
Just tho right man to aieaa land,
stock, etc., having a complete knowl-
l . i i
eiiL'e oi ineir values, lie will receive
(.'itv. Oremui. Mav 8. 1S81. at 1 o'clock u m.
Said bridce to lie built accordiiif to iilans and
wi-iticationi now on tile in the county C'lerW's
oltice at hugene I uy.
r. i: kkhkowi, Mipt.
lated at Knsene City, April 2. lSM
Hon. John Myers, the lbmocratic
nominee for Congress, will commence
tho canvass at Hsker City, April 30th.
He will speak in Eugene, May 20th.
at 1 P. M.
The Republicans have placed their
county ticket in the field. Several
go:d men are placed on the ticket for
the sacrifice next June.
T.W. HARRIS, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
Wilkin's Drue: Store.
Itieideuc on Fifth itreet, where Vr Sheltoa
will appear next
Altorney and Counsellor at Law,
ECC.EXF. CITY. OREGON.
PE ACTK'K IX ALL TIlK COURTS OF
tail Sute. Will c:v epecial attention
t eellertiuni and proUu matUra.
ftrricr -0rt VT. K. & Co.'e Fapreja cffi.w
DiHKCT KKom the EaT. Mr S II Friendly
has jut revived fMm the Kaat one of the
larrfiwt tH-ks of boot and aline ever brought
to Lane county. The gwnU are ef prime
quality, aud he intends selling them at rates
that will astonish alL
Cocoanut Taffy. Jumble Hinder Snaps,
Banana Cakes, l'al.tee Cakes, Iinon Biscuit
and all kimii of cracKers at Swift & Comb'.
Some beautiful town lot nicely located
for sale cheap. Call early and get s bargain.
('.so. M. Miller,
, Keal Fjtata Ajjent.
On every trade of Siicar, either by the
pound or barrel, price are reduced this day.
Mr S II Friendly will pay the hicheat
sash market price for wheat, 'hv him s
call before selling your grain elaewhere.
Two excellent oonu to rent. In, Sre of
.Tvit-Ht A J. Walthk.
"VT0TICE IS HEUEHY C.I VEX THAT
i.1 by virtue o a writ of execution duly
isued out of the Circuit Court, ot the State
of Oregon, for the County of Linn, by the
nvm iiivrcoi miu hi me uireciea, on to-wit,
the 8th day of April, I8S4, upon a judg
ment rendered in taid Court on the 10th
day of March, 1S84, in favorof 11 C Humph
rey, plaintiff, and against Lucian A Ward,
defendant, for the sum of JXi50, with
interest thereon from said 10th day of
Alarcn 1!4, aud the fuitherum of - $73.00
attorneys fee and 53.125 costs, together
with accruing coat and expenses of sale,
commanding me to levy upon and sell the
real property hereinafter described, beinu
the Mine heretofore attached by me in this
action, to-wit; All the richt title intermit
of taid Lucian A Ward in aud to the N k of
a!.. .1 . I., i i ... .
iiieuoii.iiiin iniiu ciaun oi i.oo li Ward and
KlizaMh Wanl hi wife. Kot 3oMli. cl No
M, Uing parts of sec' 16, 17, 20 and 21. T
1.. 0 t. n ... ...
io o, u i , conuininj iw acre, all in
Lane Couuty, Oregon, to satiafy said luins.
ow therefore, to satisfy laid judgment.
interest, attorney foe. coats and accruing
coat aud expenne of aale, I did on the 14th
day ol Apnl, 1M, levy upon the sbove de
scrilied real proiierty iu Lane County, Ore
gon, and I will sell the same at pnblis
auction to the h illicit bidder, for cash io
hand, at the Court House door iu Eucene
City, Lane County, Orej.'ou, ou
Monday, May 19. I SHI,
st the hour of 1 o'clock p m of said day.
J. K. CAMP BELL,
hrilT Laue County, Or;
Kted AprU 19, 1&4.
Pass books, butcher books, memo
randums, ledgers, day books, etc.,
of all kinds. Orders taken tot
School and Miscellaneous Books,
All the standard authors by the volume and 13 sets. Jnvenih
books, Seaside and Waverly Library, Harpers
Bible Depository For Lane County.
We have been getting a large stock of new goods and we have
everything found m a first-class Book btore.
"We also have a full stock of . , .
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS!
McCORNACK & COLLIER,
Successors to CALLISON.
E. J. CRAWFORD.
J. N. B. ITJLLEK
Information where vou can eb
gooa lumber sawed to order for
per thousand and satisfaction guar"
Best of lumber, best of machinery, bgjst of
wokrmanship: . 7
Jso wet weather concern that runs only when it is ponrim:
down rain, but one where you can depend on getting what vOtf
order, and at the promised time, 0 J
Kir, Cedar, Hemlock, and Maple-Sash, Doors, and Planing
ElaBT y TT A TT 33aXlXsI.S:
N ear Mabl Post Otfioe, Lina Conntr
CRAWFORD t rULLER.-