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In its vicinity are two smaller lakes
that at some remote period were evi
dently united with the larger one.
D. C. IRELAND & CO. PUBLISHERS,
This new lake is situated between Cra
McMinnville, Oregon, - Sept. 1, 1886 ter and Fish lakes, and Mr. Davis
thinks not over three miles from the
THE DAILY REPORTER.
The Daily Reporter goes as a sup
The narrow gauge system and the
plement, this issue, with the weekly.
j V. IVt. Taçgart
OPR are competing for the wheat of
Regular publication will begin next
this valley. By the former route Port
Monday, the 6th.
land gets the wheat, and at present
THE NEXT SENATE.
rates and prices pays for it, from say
As the United States senate now Monmouth on the narrow gauge ; 62f
Third St., McMinnville, Oregon.
stands, with Mr. Williams as the suc cts per bushel. By the latter route
cessor to Mr. Hearst of Calafornia, San Francisco gets it via Yaquina
Has the Best Shop in the City,
there are forty-two republicans to thir city, and pays from Independence on
and Invites the Public to
ty-four democrats. This is the politic the river, 62| cents per bushel; a dif
al complexion of the present congress.
Call and Inspect his
As summed up by the Now York Tri narrow gauge of nine tenths of a cent.
bune, there will be thirty-four repub This is figuring down closely, but it
licans and thirty-three democrat sena was the merest fraction of one cent
tors holding over from states in which which took the wheat to Chicago from
Of the Latest
the result is measurably certain. Ma- Milwaukee, and if Portland merchants
hone’s term expires on the 4th of wake up and hold their grip they’ve
March, and he will be succeeded by a got it. But a live competitor is camp
democrat. The next legislature in ing on the trail. If they will read this Which will be made up to Or
California will elect Williams’ succes and understand us, it will serve to fore
der at LOWEST Prices
sor. California, New Jersey, New warn them.
York, Indiana, Connecticut, Michigan
A. YI. TAGGART
and Pennsylvania are to elect senators
to succeed republicans. Nevada imh I
west Virginia are to elect successors
to democratic senators. Delaware,
Address J. J.
Direct from New York.
Florida, Maryland, Mississippi, Mis
■ NEVILLS, at
souri, Tennessee and Texas are as
freo from doubt as are Maine, Massa
C. D. JOHNSON.
S. C. FOBCB.
chusetts. Minnesota, Nebraska, Ohio,
Rhode Island, Vermont and Wiscon
JOHNSON & FORCE.
sin, and no political change may be
— MANDEACTÜBKB8 OF—
expected from any of those states. It
will be a close contest, and unless the
WAGONS, HACKS, BUGGIES, CARRIAGES,
republicans are duly vigilant in their
. legislative elections it is within the
possibilities that they will lose the con
B Street, between Third and Fonrth.
trol of the upper house.
Carriage Painting and Repairing a
M i I'I'I nek Y,
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Buy Fashionable Goods From the
Head-quarters of Fashion.
J NOTH Eli < RA TER LAK E.
Thomas Davis,of Portland, recently
returned from a couple of months' so
journ in the Cascade-mountains, near
the region of Crater lake, and reports
that while hunting he camo very sud
denly upon a small lake, evidently
the site of a former volcano, He de-
scril>ea this new wonder ns being nearly
oval in shape. Two sides and one end
are surrounded by almost perpendicu
lar walls about five hundred feet in
bight. This sheet of water lu.i no
fish ; is about four hundred yards in
width, eight hundred to one thousand
yards in length, ami apparently deep
Perfect satisfaction gnaranteed.
GIVE US A CALL.
W. F. HANCASSER, Propr.
Sueceseor to Bangasser A Son.
Bawgafwer’s building Cor. B rn.l Third slieetr.
Here is where you can got vuiir money**
Beef, Pork, Mutton, Sausage, Tripe
•nd everything ,n the line of meats, o( the
U-al quality the country alTonls. Also
Best of Bolognas.
Give me a call and be satisfied.
W. F. BAXGASSEB.
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