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About The daily reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1887 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 7, 1886)
Of the group of glaciers at Glacier
bay, Alaska, one is three hnndred feet
high and is supposed to be submerged
C, IHtXANB A CO. rt'BLlSHKBS.
about the same number of feet. They
Sept. 7,1886 are about three miles wide and extent
along seventy-five miles. These gla
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ciers are the sights qf the world. The
pale blue tinge of ice has a fascination
The salmon pack this year is only for the eyes. The continual falling o
about 450,000 cases.
tons of the breaking and cracking
Great suffering is reported at Charls- masses causes a roar of deafening
ton since lhe earthquake.
sound that no artillery could equal.
Prince Alexander is at home again.
Referring to the anarchists organ in
We take no stock in the war rumors.
Frank D. Smith’s Avant-
Potatoes they grow small, and they
harvest tops and all in this valley this Courier, which holds to the view that
fall, and then they do not get many
demning those men to death “is one
to the acre.
The Albany Bulletin, one. of our of the most outrageous that was ever
ablest and best exchanges, barring its placed upon the records of an Ameri
patent, will be all printed at home can court," the Salem Statesman
next month. Then it will be the best, says: “ We don’t believe in rash
things; but we are free to confess it is
opinion that a man who wouk
Sagacious of their quarry from afar,
the roughs and toughs are beginning father such incendiary slush as the
to gather in Salem in anticipation of above, deserves the same treatment as
the Hush times of the state fair. A will be meted out to his Chicago broth
series of house breakings have been ers. We have a good deal of idle ter
ritory in this state, but there is no
reported in that city recently.
The rumors of war have caused an room for anarchists in Oregon.”
upward tendency in wheat. The far The comparative merits of the daily
mers of the Pacific northwest, while newspaper and the monthly magazine Attar which oall at A. J. Apperson’» and
they regret war, would not object to were well illustrated the other day. A take a look at the goods
$1 per bushel for their splendid wheat. New York journal reproduced in ful Conger’s Double Seated Drawers and Chest-
There is plenty to feeed vast armies. the entire contents of Miss Cleveland’s
By the Way,
The alleged fish ladder at Oregon magazine, “even to its illustrations
city was the most colossal fraud of the and fac simile of the cover." The re Do you realize the astonishingly low prices at
age. It is now a thing of the past. print occupied hut two pages of the
The ditch is all that remains, through New York daily, whose average Sun
Men's Suits from $6.00 up, and Boys’ Suits
which runs a stream of water about as day edition is capable of producing in
from $3.50 up. NO SHODDY.
large as a garden hose would throw. one issuse an amount of matter equal
The Eugene Register wants the Ore to that contained in a year's issue of
gonian, which professes to keep its
the magazine. The New York paper
readers informed regarding the crop sold for three eents, while the same
situation of the world, and especially
amount of matter in the magazine
fust Received at
of our own section of the country, to
costs three dollars. The growth of
tell people what wheat is worth any
metropolitan journalism probably ac
how. iu Portland.
counts in a measure of the decadence
The Clintons still figure in the ca-
of the American magazine.
nal business in York state. At the
monthlies, with hut one or two excep
conference in Syracuse, Geo. Clinton
tion. have not kept pace with the ma
was chosen chairman, and two name
development of the country.
sakes of DeWitt Clinton were among
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BISHOP & KAY.
The leaders in Clothing.
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the vice presidents. The conference
is opposed to federal aid.
Immigration Commissioners Steven-
-on and Starr, of New York, intend to
stop the wholesale importation of Mor
mon recruits through that port, as far
a> justified bv law. This looks like
business. The idea of importing out
laws is an absurd one. only indulged
or tolerated in the United States.
Brownsville Woolen Mills Agency,
A New Dail).
I). C. Ireland & Co., of the McMinn
ville Repoiter, have just commenced
the publication of a daily. Volume I.,
No. l.of the Daily Reporter, bearing
date of Wednesday, September 1st.
It is a spruce-looking twelve-column
sheet, and presents a very neat typo
graphical appearance. Telegram.
T. MULTNER. Prop..
Corner Third and B streets, ,
New house! New furniture! Unsurpassed
in the country. Rates—$1 to $2 per day ao-
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Lodging, 25 to 50 cents according to room.
Board and Lodging. $4 to *i>, per week. Two
Fine Sample Rooms for oommeroial men
Give me a call and see for yonraelf.