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About The daily reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1887 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 9, 1886)
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1880.
The Daily Reporter,
Entered in the Postoftice at MoMinnvillefor
Transmission Through the Mails as Sec
ond Claes Matter.
W. T. BAXTER.
VV. F. COLLARD,
Dealer in Guns, Pistols, Ammunition,
Cutlery, Fine Fishing tackle, Cigars,
McMinnville, Oregon, - Sept. 9, 1886
A Xew Bully.
Ireland it Co., of the McMinn
ville Reporter, have just commenced
the publication of a daily. Volume 1,
No. 1, 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.
It is a neatly printed 12-column
folio, and will doubtless grow with the
town. Albany Herald.
It is a neat, newsy and well gotten
up, and we wish them the best of suc
cess. Yaquina Post.
F. .1. MARTIN.
New Firm, New Goods, New Prices
n. C. IRELAND i CO. Pl’BLISHERS,
It is easy to say enough good things
about Oregon, its climate, productions
etc., without drawing upon the imagi
nation for statements. So when we
hear an immigrant, a woman who has
come hundreds of miles to make her
home in this state, inquire if bean and
tomato vines stand out during our win
ters without being hurt by frost, we
feel that a very useless falsehood lias
paved the way for discontent for her
in her new home. A negative reply
brought a look of incredulity and sur
prise to her face, and she answered,
evidently loath to give up the idea,
that an immigration agent had told
her that “he himself had a thrifty to
mato vine three years old in his gar
den where it had grown and borne
fruit continuously for that time.’’ What
a lie. Who was he?
Bralys Bank Building*
At the New Store of
Baxter & Martin
Successors to AL HUSSEY,
Third street. McMinnville, Oregon.
C Street, near Third.
M c M innville
O regon .
A new, neat and clean stock. E««ry article
A No. 1. Fruit Jars, Butter Crocks, ( ilored
Glassware, Cutlery, Cased Goods. To
bacco. Pipes and Cigars.
Frosh Trult and Vegetable* in Beacon.
Give me a call. Inspect mv stock, and 1
will guarantee prices to suit you.
W. F. BANCASSER, Propr.
Mrs. G. H. Goulet,
Successor to Baugasaer A- Son.
BiHigasser’s building Cor. B and Third street*.
Third street, opposite the Marble work»
Here is where you can get your money’s McMinnville.
Has just opened her New Spring Stock of
Beef, Pork, Mutton, Sausage, Tripe Hats, Bonnets and Fine
and everything in the line of meats, of the
best quality the country affords. Also the
Best of Bolognas.
Give me a call and lie satisfied.
W. F. BANGA88ER.
T1 ILLI MR 1
To which she invites the ladies inspection.
What goods I have I represent ns they are.
and the goods will siwak for themselves
Family Grocery Store.
Third Street, McMinnville. Oregon.
M illiner Y,
Direct from New York.
L. ROOT, Proprietor,
All Fresh Goods, Groceries. Flour, Bacon, and
Glasswaro and Crockery.
Buy Fashionable Goods From the
Head-quarters of Fashion.
J-»’”Guods delivered to purohasersjn the city
MRS. M. »RADIUS.
MISS MAX VKHSEV.
Shadden & Vessey,
Your attention is called to my exhibit of
GOODS IH TEE PAVILION,
t^f"The Taylor System of Cutting and Fit
The Silverton appeals to the law
Miss Minnie Baker,
makers for the protection of farmers
And to prices at my store.
against the Mongolian pheasants, as a
¡-♦f When in the city call and take a look Painting and Portraits in Oil. Water Color«,
Crayon and Porcelain.
flock of these gormands is worse than
MIS» F. K. HI SS,
Third street. Next to Bishop A Kay’s store,
a drove of hogs in a field of grain.
Vic.Vf Innville, Or.