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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1886.
her arms about him. It’s lots of fun!
W. T. BAXTER.
F. J. MARTÍN.
The ladies in particular seem to like
it; both married ladies and young
t>. C. IRELAND <t CO. PUBLISHERS,
girls. One old lady eighty-two years
At the New Store of
McMinnville, Oregon. - Sept. 6, 1886 tried it. When she got back she said
it made her feel young again; she
The latest craze in the east is coast guessed she would go it again. In the
ing on wheels. Large and expensive evenings there are Chinese lanterns
Suooessors to Al. HUSSEY,
rinks are put up for this new sport. hung around the track, the pavilion is
Third street, McMinnville. Oregon
In these there is a big platform, like a brightly lighted and large crowds of
pavilion, high up. To reach this is an ladies and gentlemen are present. It ta ta tarn.
easy incline, with seats on either side. is quite the thing to get up coasting
On one side there is a little tower, parties of six or eight couples.
probably fifteen feet above the pavil In the matter of the collision be A new, neat and clean stock. Every article
No. 1. Fruit Jars, Butter Crocks, Colored
ion. That’s where the stait is made. tween the steamer State of California A Glassware,
Cutlery, Cased Goode, To
There is a track laid in a big trough, and the baikentine Portland, last
bacco, Pipes and Cigars.
with high sides to it, which runs right April, the government inspectors find Fresh Fruit and Vegetables in Season.
down hill on a curve. About half way the blame rested with Capt. Debny, of
Give me a call. Inspect my stock, »nd 1
down it begins to rise again, then it the State, who neglected precautions will
guarantee prices to suit you.
makes a deep lunge, and then goes that might have prevented the colli
right back up to the platform, making sion. For this neglect, the license of
Mrs. G. H. Goulet,
a complete circuit, the middle of the Capt. Debny has been suspended for
hoop down on the ground, and the two ten days; a penalty which no doubt Third street, opposite the Nlarble works.
ends,one slightly above the other, high Simpson Bros., owners of the disabled McMinnville,
Has jnst opened her New Spring Stock of
up in the air. There are four cars run baikentine, will think extremely light, Hats, Bonnets and Fine
on this track. They have hard wood and (’apt. Debny and his friends will
settees, with boxed foot rests, and brass regard as grievous. A suit for damages
rails to hold to. They are placed on that was sustained by their vessel and To which she invites the ladies inspection.
deeply grooved iron wheels that fit the to their trade through her disableinent What goods I have I represent as they are,
track. Twenty people can go at a trip. has been brought by Simpson Bros, and the goods will speak for themselves
The only thing it is necessary to hold against the owners of the State, and is
now pending before the California Family Grocery Store.
'M on to is your hat. It is a merry sight courts
to see the coasters. There are crowds
Third Street. McMinnville. Oregon.
at it both in the day and in the eve
L. ROOT, Proprietor,
ning. They are mostly children in
the day. In the evening there are
crowds of ladies and gentleman, old
All Fresh Goods, Groceries. Flour, Bacon, and
and young. The first ride is the amus
Direct from New York.
Glassware and Crockery.
ing one to watch. Everybody who
i-tf~GoodH delivered to pnrchasers|in the oity
hasn’t tried it before is more or less
timid ; particularly the ladies. They
MISH MAT VKSSKT.
MRS. M. SHADOEN.
get on the car very cautiously “ to see
how it feels.’’ Before they know it
Shadden & Vessey,
they are launched on a journey. The
young man loses his hat, the young Your attention is on lied to ray exhibit of Fashionable Dressmakers
l-#“The Taylor System of Cutting and Fit
lady throws her arms about him and
holds tight. He has fourteen seconds
of perfect bliss. Then they both want
Miss Minnie Baker,
I to try it over again. The man learns
And to prioes at my store.
how to take care of his hat, but the MT When in the city oall and take a look Painting and Portraits in Oil. Water Colors,
Crayon and Porcelain.
young lady never so thoroughly re at ray stock.
"HISS F. K. RI SS,
Third «treat, Next to Bishop A. Kay’s Ttoia,
gains her composure as not to throw
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