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The Daily Reporter.
' D. C. IRELAND <* CO. PUBLISHERS,
Sept. 17, 188C
SEVERAL ('ONSP/Cl’ors facts .
Oliver Wendell Holmes once said
that only gents wear pants, while gen
tlemen weur pantaloons. But what
are we to think of Judge Strahan
whose trousers pocket* were rilled.
H there is no sea serjient, there
really ought to be one Poor human
Recently Ella Wheeler Wilcox cal
nature will never be satisfied until the led upon Mary Maples Dodge, editor
peregrinating circus contains a speci
of St.Nicholas. She was not “ recogniz
men of this long imagined monster.
ed” according to the code of society,
That Boston coppersmith who re
as Mrs. Dodge “had never heard of her
cently fell from the steeple of a Hav
before.” The next day however, she
erhill church, and got up alive, has
did a thing which may not have been
more to boast of than the New York
in the best taste, but which certainly
brnigt jumpers. But no dime muse
was due to herself and the preserva
um will hire him.
tion of her dignity. She sent copies of
The English press is not complimen
the accounts of various receptions at
tary to Bismark for his action in the
which noted people had read selections
Bulgarian affair Fortunately for him
from her poems and of her last two pub
liowever, the prince is old and tough
lished books, to the office of St. Nich
euough to stand a good deal of criti
olas, on receipt of which Mrs. Dodge
cism without breaking down.
Hainliu, the man who married ('apt. sent a graceful little note of apology,
saying that her life was such a seclud
Hallen s daughter at Ritzville, after
swindling everybody, deserted his ed one and so tilled with the round of
bride, has Ireen arrested at Lacrosse. editorial duties that she found herself
Il ha» been discovered that he has a ever and anon dropping behind the
wife and four children in Indiana He rest of the world. Had Mrs. Dodge
will be brought back for trial on the realized the true facts of the case she
would have comprehended how severe
charge of bigamy.
Pref. Proctor says that earthquakes ly this ridiculous interview of the pre
show our globe simply tube full of vious day told against her. Asa writer
life and elements of activity, and that of purely sentimental verse, few women
its decay from old age and the winter have surpassed Mrs. Wilcox. It would
of death are millions of years away. be safe to say that there is not a town
A man might say as much in favor of in the United States, however remote,
a kicking horse, but that wouldn’t that has not been made acquainted
make a person feel any easier near its with some of her 3,000 poems copied
into the poets' corner of the local pa
per, while in many of these places the
Pittsburg lawyers are worrying them name of Mary Maples Dodge would be
selves about the legality of an affida an empty, meaningless sound.
vit taken by telephone. Such deposit
may be all right if the deponent is hon Jay Gould’s son, and Blane’s son,
married very recently, attract al
est and continue to acknowledge his each
most as much notice from press re
responsibility for it ; but it might not porters as does Victoria Schilling.
be entiieiy safe tv take the affidavit of
the average machine politician on the
A. I). Howard, U, I>.
PHYSICIAN AND OPTICIAN.
Some months ago a surgeon of
All defect« of the eye-
Olympia set the broken leg of a colt.
Recently the animal died of some dis
Diplopia ¡when glasses are
required to oorrect the de
ease and the doctor removed the frac
fective eve I am prepared to meet. I teet the
tured bene and found that the fracture sight and nt the proper lens to spectacles and
Give me a call and satisfy your-
had well knit and that the bone was
eelvea. Office Third Street. McMinnville,
•uund This disproves the theory that Oregon
the fractured bone of a horse can
not be made well again.
Republicans were grandly victorious
in Maine. The prohibition vote did
not interfere with the resultas serious
Just Received at
ly as was expected. Augusta, the
home of Blaine, gave the largest re
s. c. roaca
publican majority in the history of the C. D. JOHNSON
city That state has led oft' finely in JOHNSON & FORCE.
the fall elections and the result can
— MANUYACTUBBBS OF—
not be otherwise than most gratifying
to republicans everywhere.
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Lodging, 25 to 50 cents according to room
Board and Lodging, $4 to $6, per week. Tvt
Fine Sample Booms for commercial men
Give me a call and see for yourself.
Yamhill County Bank °
M c M innville
O regon .
J. C. B raly ................................... Presiden >
W.D.M c D onald , J r ............ Secretarj
C lark B raly ............................Cashiei
Transacts a general Banking Business. Col
lections made on favorable terms
Exohange on Ladd <t Tilton, Portland. Or
Interest allowed on time deposits.
W. J. OABRISON.
A. H. OAUm.
Where the best of meats can always be ions
and at the most reasonable prices, whs:
the loin of beef is divided with our custoc
era. Meats done up in the latest style
anJ good weights given. Give us a call.
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Direct from New York.
Buy Fashionable Goods From V
Head-quarters of Fashion.
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