The daily reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1887, September 18, 1886, Image 1

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DAILY REPORTER
VOL 1
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1886.
The O«rHy Reporter.
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BUSA LOGAN.
HILI, LOGAN.
WATT HBNDKBSON.
LOGAN BROS. & HENDERSON,
Entered in the Poatoffioe at Mo Minn ville for Proprietors of the old established and well
Tranamieaion Through the Mails as Sec-
known
$ ov.d Claas Matte*
IVf <• TVIiiuiville
PRICE TWO CENTS.
W. T. BAXTER
F. J. MARTIN
New Firm, New Goods, New Prices
At the New Store of
Basier 1 Marlin
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE
ateble. We are prepared at all
hours to furnish fine Carriages,
Hacks and Saddle Horses, and everything
The sanctity that is about ths dead.
g To make ns love them more than late,when in the Livery hire, in good shape at reason­
Successors to Al. HUSSEY,
able rates. In addition to first class outfits in
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Third afreet, McMinnville. Oregon
I.IVEKV, TRICKING A FEAMING,
Is not it well to find the living dear,
We keep a wagon specially adapted to the
With sanctity like this, ere they have tied?
delivery of parcels, trunks satchels, etc., for
the accomodation of the public. Orders left
. th* tender thought« we nurture for a loss
at the stable will be promptly attended to at
I1 Of mother, friend, or child Oh! it were reasonable rates. TRANSIENT STOCK left
with us will receive the beat of care and at­ A new, neat and clean stock. Kvery articU
wise
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tention.
Logan Bros. & Henderson.
A No. 1. Fruit Jars, Butter Crocks, Colored
I To spend thia glory on the earnest eyes,
Glassware, Cutlery,* Cased Goode, To
The longing heart, that feels life’s present
becco. Pijiea and Cigars.
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Fresh Fruit and Vegetable* in Seaeo«
' Give also mercy to the living here,
LOVE THF.
LIVING.
ta Fil® En
Business College,
Wboee keen strung aoula will quiver at
Give me a call. Inspect mv stock, and I
will guarantee prices to suit you.
DN.
yoortouch;
Cor. 3d and C Streets.
The utmost reverence is not too much
OVER YAMHILL COUNTY BANK,
>den por
weep although the lipa may
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open October 18, 1886. Attention is
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invited to this
Av:- Rotr Hawt.lwrur Lathrop.
Third street, opposite tho Marble works
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very serious
accident occured to
John Coulee, of West Chehalem. Wed­
nesday evening about, five o’clock, by
his team running away. Dr. Galbreath
was hastily summoned, and found the
right thigh fractured, left arm frac­
tured at the wrist joint, severe scalp
wounds, and a fractured rib. Mr. C. is
fifty-eight years of age, and has been
in ill health for the past three years,
blit is resting as well as could be ex­
pected under the circumstances
BUSINESS
Family Grocery Store.
Fashionable
Dressmaking.
In Mrs. H. P. Stuart’s Millinery Store,
OPPOSITE GRANGE HALL,
MrM iNNViLi.r
g At the inetam of Senators Dolph
and Mitchell an appropriation of $17,-
00* ' was made to cover the expense
incident to placing new steel boilers
in the fish commissioner’s steamer
Albatross, and also to defray the
cost of taking tin* vessel to the Pacific
cc>r’«t. The Albatross will leave for
Ban Francisco by way of the straits of
Magellan, and will do extensive hy­
drographic soundings en route.
The
Pa cific food fish have never yet been
thoroughly studied, and work will be
prosecuted along the coast as far north
as the Aleutian and Sea island groups.
SCHOOL.
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Its facilities for thorough practical instruc­ McMinnville,
tion; actual business department a specialty
Will sell present stock below ooHt, to
make room for fall ■
where currency, bank check, drafts, etc., are
used. Class, or private instruction day or
II ILLI MUI f.OOIK,
evening. College Journal sent' free on ap­
plication.
C. F. H oughton , Prin.
P. O B<>x 101
C. J. P ayne , Sec.
To which she invites 'he ladies inspection.
What goods 1 have 1 represent as they are.
and the goods will «peas for themselves
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CITY MARKET,
Third Street, McMinnville, Oregon.
L. ROOT, Proprietor,
Dealer in
All Fresh Goods, Groceries. Hour, Bacon, and
Glasswaro and Crockery.
¡¡-v8“Gooda delivered to purchasers in the city
W. F. BANCASSER, Propr.
Successor to Bangasser A Son.
Bfwignsaer’e building Cor. B mid Third street?.
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Here ie where you can get your money’*
worth in
MBH. M. HHADOKN.
Beef, Pork, MuttOD, Sausage, Tripe
Fashionable DressniiakerM
and everything .n the line of meats, of the
best quality the country affords. Also the
Best of Bolognas.
Give me a call and be satisfied.
W. F. BANGASSER.
M1HH MAY VKMffO
Shadden & Vessey,
fyf“The Taylor System of Cutting and Fit
ting employed.
Third street, Next to Bishop A Kay’s stove,
McMinnville, Or.