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About The Eugene City guard. (Eugene City, Or.) 1870-1899 | View Entire Issue (March 30, 1889)
Milh n iK lteuu.
Mr. C. Cole will net a new etock 4 gU in
few .lys. II akr. eftteaaejajaa Uakluv u
addlt U kk (tor this MuaiMr.
Mi J T Uaerte lt iik ewe a w daye
S. cnomrorwIThar!; on Mill Creek,
Mum MUlkan U the relet.
Mr. W. MitM i t!"itf " CeWiwnia in
the mi future in jjiea-ure and aiiaitv ex
edition. 11 bee reuted ui I'Un U Vienna
Mr. At Mnt,Ti.ery has bin mot tier 's
farming laud renteil. He also I'M una el the
finest stuck niklmc Mil) Creek.
Meesrs. Frank sad Irvin Lilly "f Pendleton
have Ukm reuchee ea Mill Creek. 1'bey aw
well lu l l '1 wo i.k wanted.
There etIU reeaein two or three good locw
Imi. ob Mill freak ooen for settlement
(itorue Wbitbeik ia ma.) ami says bis kt
in Mohawk have to Ha ia hrluii but m
a t..l ilaui. We know he ia a uian bt el
ways doaa hia part.
Mrs. Karr baa gone on a vinit to her eon at
Iebanon. and alan to ba treated tor bar cancer.
Miss klla Burbrida intend teaching school
Mr. Holoomb baa niada a nice lot of board.
Mr. Werthally baa mid hia )ac and bought
at tba milL
Mr. ban Putney, who baa fita mt with
quite an accident a while ijck, while alone
bwl a spell and fell on tba hoi stove burniuy
kin faca terribly but W better at present.
Many cattle have ranged the hilla of Mill
Creek and Mohawk this winter without 1. lug
l.-.l and ate looking well.
Several diva on Mill creek bar bam killed
for destroying imaginary sheep. Veople get
too laat some time.
The IiumlKi-utioii i Enormous.
"How large ia tbe immigration tbia year?"
aaked a reporter of Aseislnnl General l'ne-
TMimirltiHhfll'lili tfcr iaattlt
eWv Hlkt Wa Tb" """"
tb Tba irat tealwrj M't tad with
!byer W,taitkjilU). tU m
onl wiiblWyear, twe nineteenth wilk
lUtia-ir 1199-mat a 1 car first handled
dollar eacV witb nirmkwr luU. aid your aec-
om brgiua with 101 and end, iu a
8otaa people absolutely wulil nee thj.
STARR, GRIFFIN, ft BROWH.
ware & Stoves.
aenger Ageut Chailtoii, of tbe Northern
"The popnlntion of Oregon and Washing
ton will be invreaxed by tunny thousands,"
waa tbe reply, "U von were to go Enst and
talk with the ticket agent of the different
roads tin v wonld all tell yoa tbnl the great
inquiry ia for Ibe northwest. Thouaanda of
tx-ople are settling all oeer Oregon and
Washington territory, and there ia au unaa
ital deoutud for Imid, principally timber
land. Uany are eettling on Puget Houml,
and tbe little lowna between Portland eud
Tacoma are boililiii); np rupiilly. Laat anm
nier tbe Northern Pui iiio tan an eilra traiu
to accommodate tbe tiavel, bnt wilbilrew it
duiiug tbe winter, thinking the immigration
would fall off. luateitd, owing to tbe ei
traordinary winter, tbe volume of iminigra
lieu i licit 'luted, and for noma time it baa Inn
lieceeaary to run an extra train aa far went
a Bpoaaua Falla. to turry the imuigraiiu."
MELSOrV & SCXKTT, Prop
The only Shop in Eugene
USING HAND MADE SHOES.
Inteferinir, Knee Hitting, Korgeinit, and all
Faulty Feet cured without extra charge.
Horaea aent for and returned to any part of
Shoeing Racing and Trotting Horaea a apt
On Serentb iitreet, between Willamette and
Olive ulreete, in ('leaver' old Machinery Hall.
John Scott Hariaou, brother of the preai
tli nl. ia talked of aH tba Deuocratie candi
date for mayor of Knuaua City.
Governor Waterman of f alifuruin aaya be
wouldn't accept a re notuinatiou if the eal
ary ware a million dolhm a year.
Insurance companies doing iKisinesa in
Oregon are bow compelled to hare a paid np
npiUl of tlOO.UOO.
Time changes even the landscape. In War
ner allev, a abort time ago, &XI toniof hav,
valued at $1UK, and oaned by K. F. Mo
(.'oonanghty and Wm.Koaaburnrd. In 1874
the epot where Ibe tire took place waa sur
veyed aa Warner Luke. Uooae Luke bat
snUided five feet since 1NS.
Spring Millinery !
GOODS ENTIRELY NEW &
Fine TRIMMINGS a Specialty.
Will be located on Jfinth
Street, opposite the Hoffman
MRS. L r. Mt NAIL
I. PJ. STEVENS,
(Sssceaaur to Jons StXWaKT.)
NEAT BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES;
HORSES BOARDED by Ute Day or Week.
Bought and Sold.
Pumps, Fifes, aad Piling
JOB WORE done on short no
tice at reasonable rates . PLUMB
ING a Specialty.
Come and See Us.
A FIXE ASSORTMENT OF
BEAUTIFUL DRESS GOOD!
From the Cheapest to the Best at
prices according to quality.
A LARGE STOCK OF
BOOTS and SHOES
At the old stand on Eighth Street, back
-M.tltsk . Store.
I have recently rarcnaeed the
latereat of D. M. Sloan ami an
iiiw urniand t do all kimi. i
blacksmith a work in the beat manner.
Shoeing a Specialty
AND ALL OTHER HOi.BES.
I also have in eo attio with Ua atop a
Wagon & Paint Shop.
Shti the staithwest crxaernf (Khe aw)
Rb strweta. Glee a a rail and I will im.n-
tee aatiafactioav t;Ko. H. KlRREr.
Oil fsvintrnpi, picture lraaaea, vra braes,
s. clock anelvtra. hot aad ckskk rack. wu-
From the Cheapest to the Best. Ail parties can
be suited either as to Price or Quality,
Our assortment is Complete, from the lowest Price up to
the Finest; can suit you if you give us a call,
OUR STOCK 18
(jrFree New and Stjrlisfc.j
Look us over; if e do not avre job
sell to job low.
money, we will make aome owe tb
-A FULL LINE OF GROCERIES
F. B. DUNN
3. 1 -035
nVw paJei, etc
at R. D. Brown a.