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About The daily reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1887 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 16, 1886)
THVRSDAY, SEPTEMBER Hi. 1886.
The Daily Reporter.
tered in the Postoffice at McMinnville for
'ransmission Through the Mails as Bee
nd Clase Matter.
M c M innville
the Salem tournament.
If yon want a first class article of
furniture made, Mr. Clark will produce
it for you at E. B. Fellows’ cabinet
■The Cleopatra’s needle which Van
derbilt secured for Central park con
tinues to decay despite the paraffine
coat to which it was treated last year.
The climate is too much for it.
¿‘.New York has been complaining for
some time of the lack of a popular free
library, but now the want seems about
to be more than supplied. Tilden's
will makes a generous provision for
such an institution, and at the same
time the trustees of the Apprentices’
library voted to throw that open to
the public. It contains 70,000 vol
umes and is rapidly increasing.
■ Political prophets are practically
unanimous in the opinion that 1888
is to see Mr. Cleveland and Mr. Blaine
again in the field opposing each other.
Democrats with whom we have talked
on i he subject from linn to time agree
almost without exception, that Mr.
Cleveland is almost certain to be re-
nominated. Since congress has ad-
iournod things have occurred which
it is thought point more directly to
The appointment of Miss Ida llow-
Ate, daughter of the absconding Capt.
H [ owgate, to a $1,200 clerkship in the
tr< •easnry department is a worthy trih-
ut e to the fidelity and uncomplaining
industry of a most deserving young
woman. Her promotion in the pres
it instance is all the more grateful
¡cause it has been made in strict ac-
irdance with the civil service rules,
and therefore protects her from even
a suspicion of favoritism and leaves
her with her womanly independence
F. J. M A RTIN
New Firm, New Goods, New Prices
At the New Store of
Its facilities for thorough practical instruc
tion; aotual business department a specialty
where currency, bank check, drafts, etc., are
used. Class, or private instruction day or
evening. College Journal sent free on ap
<’ E. H ovohton . l’rin.
P. O. Box 101
C. J. P ayne , Sec.
M rs . A. M c D onald .
PRICE TWO CENTS.
W. T. BAXTRK.
Cor. tid and C Streets.
OVER YAMHILL COUNTY BANK,
Will open October 18, IM». Attention is
Astoria won seven of the eight prizes
respectfully invited to this
M iss K. T hobnton
In Mrs. H. I’. Stuart’s Millinery Store,
OPPOSITE GRANGE HALL,
M c M innville
W. F. BArCASSER, Propr.
Successors to Al. HUSSEY,
Third street, MoMiunville. Oregon
ta r» tan
A new, neat and clean stock. Every article
A No. I. Fruit Jars, Butter Crocks, Colored
Glassware, Cutlery, Cased Goods, To
bacco. Tipcs and Cigars.
Fresh Fruit and Vegetables m Seasoai
Give me a call. Inspect mv stock, »ud I
will guarantee prices to suit you.
Mrs. G. H. Goulet,
Third street, opposite the Marble works.
Will sell prosent stock below ooh I, to
make room for fall
Successor to Bangassar .4 Son.
To which she invites the ladies inspection.
BiMigasser's buildiug Cor. B and Third streets.
W lmt goods I linvi I represent as they ara,
and the goods will Hfieak for themselves
Here is where you cau get your money’»
Beel‘, Pork, Mutton, Sausage. Tripe
Famrly Grocery Store.
and everything ,n the line of meats, oi the
best quality the country »fiords. Also the
Best of Bolognas.
Third Street, McMinnville, Oregon
Give me a call ami be satisfied.
W. E. BANGASSER.
L. ROOT, Proprietor,
M ILLINER Y,
All Fresh Gcods, Groceries. Flour. Bacon, and
Glasswaro and Crockery.
|roods delivered to purchnsers'in the <nty
Direct from New York.
MUM. M. MH \1)I>KN.
Buy Fashionable Goods From the
Head-quarters of Fashion.
M1HH MAY VKMH1TF.
Shadden & Vessey,
l-*Tl he Taylor System of Cutting and Fit
mina r. K.
Third street. Nail to Biflhop A Kay's «tor»,