The daily reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1887, September 01, 1886, Image 4

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    8. A. MANNING & CO
Th© Daily Reporter
(Successors to Shobe & Manning )
I), c. IRELAND <4 CO. PUBLISHERS,
McMinnville, Oregon, - Rept. 1, 1886
Much importance attaches to the
dictum of the Papal See in opposition
to the organization known as the
Knights of Labor. It is nearly two
years since the first promulgation of
the Pope’s condemnation of the order.
Since then it has rested in abeyance,
pending an appeal. But the original
edict has been now affirmed, am! ilie
I’ope sets the seal of his displeasure HENDERSON BROS.,
upon the Knights, and commands the
PROPRIETORS.
Bishop to proceed against all Catho­
lics belonging to the order, in the THIRD ST., BETWEEN E & F.,
same manner as they have been ac­
McMinnville, Or.
customed to act in the case of mem­
•o-
bers of that church who were also
members of other secret societies. The First-class accommodations for com­
great question among the Knights
mercial men and the travel­
now is whether the Papal prohibition
ing public. Transient
i ’ meant to apply universally or only
stock well cared
to Canada. It is addressed to Cardi­
—for—
nal Taschereau, of Quebec, and some EVERYTHING NEW AND IN
church authorities hold that it will
FIRST-CLASS ORDER.
have force only under his jurisdiction,
Patronage respectfully solicited.
and that any edict intended to apply
for application in the United States
BUSH LOGAN. BILL LOGAN. WATT HENDERSON,
would be addressed to Cardinal Gib­
bons at Baltimore.
However that
may be, the language of the edict
would seem to indicate that the Pope
Proprietors of the old established
and well known
intends the prohibition to be general.
Cardinal Taschereau, in his letter of
3Ic»3T imi ville
information to the Bishops, says that
"there can no longer be any doubt as
to the rule to be followed by the Catho­ LIVERY,
lics of the whole world” in the matter.
If this interpretation be correct, the
Sale Stables
edict will surely have a very appre­
We are prepared at all hours to furnish
ciable political and social effect in this
Hacks,
country. The knights of labor move­ CHtrinireo.
Muddle Horses,
ment will be deprived of much of its
original force if the Catholics with­ And everything in the Livery hire in good
shape at reasonable rates.
draw from it, as they certainly will if
addition to first class outfits in
brought face to face with a dilemma
involving fidelity to their church. A I IVIIIIV, Till ( KING A IGATIING,
very few may elect to remain faithful i
Wo keep a wagon specially adapted to the
to the order, and disobey the papal delivery
......... <»f parcels, tranks satchels, etc., for
accomodation of the public. Orders left
mandate, but with the vast majority . the
at the stable will be promptly attended to at
of the Catholics, as is well known, the reasonable rates.
authority of the church is supreme.
Great interest will be felt in the future
Transient Stock
developments arising out of this sig­
nificant act.
Left with ns will receive the best of care
LOGAN BROS. & HENDERSON,
131 I*OKT EKS,
—AND—
Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS IN
Hardware, Mery, Stoves, Imre, Etc,
Call and examine their stock at Shobe’s
new brick building on Third
Street, McMinnville, Or.
*
FARMERS
ATTENTION
L. II. C ook .
GALLOWAY & COOK,
McMinnville, Or.
Have leased and thoroughly renovated
---- THE STOUT & MARTIN----
Warehouse, and are prepared to sell
sacks at bottom prices, anti
clean and store wheat
at 3 cents. Having one «f the best
cleaners in Yamhill county, your pa
tronage is very respectfully solicited.
GALLOWAY & COOK.
W m . G alloway .
Private Surveys
W. J. CRAWFORD,
Surveyor & Civil Engineer,
Having the most com­
plete set of plats and field
notes in the County, and
instrninents of the b<st
make, is prepared to do
any kind of surveying on
short notice.
L ight S olar T ransit .
W. A l E. GURLEY,
». V.
Cliaraes Rensoiiablc
and Satislaet ion
Aieiu red.
McMinnville, Oregon.
Panther Creek Cedar Gamp.
lll'.MiV |>| N5CEK, Proprietor.
1 make a specialty of
and attention.
Read again Bishop A- Kay’s offer,'
mid see what lady is to get that de«1
gnnt shawl.
_____ Xogan Bros. & Henderson.
HIS PAPERS""
• A ■ KR A SON, < mip uu Ut< >r izrtl fktfviita.
J. J. Collard. Agt., McMinnville.
O. W. Sappington, Agt., N. Yamhill.
Headquarters. Ill miles from McMinnville,
near the head of Panther creek. Material
first-class.
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