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The Daily Reporter,
I). C. IRELAND A CO. PUBLISHERS,
Sept. 27, 1886
First National Ban
claim, neither the democratic nor the
[republican party can be depended on
to enforce prohibition, and since there M c M innville , ■
fore the nece ssity for a new party to
J acob W ortman .
do that work, even in the prohibition D. P. T hompson ,
states, is apparent, how is the material
for such a party to be obtained, since
Transacts a General Banking business.
nineteen twentieths of the voters are Interest allowed on tune deposits.
members of these old parties and will Collections made on favorable terms.
Exchange and Telegraphic TranJ
not enforce prohibition? Is it the on Sight
New York, San Francisco and Portland.!
idea that material for the new party, I Office hours—from 9 a. in. to 4 p. m.
that will enforce prohibition over the |
heads of the voters of the old political
organizations, can be had from some
following sterling oompl
member of a distant planetary system? ies: London the
& Liverpool A Globe, No?
.VEHS .1.VP NOTES.
Norman Hendryx, the defaulting
county treasurer at Pendleton, has
had “not a true bill” returned by the
grand jury. His bondsmen put up.
Rev. Jas. N. Beard, of the Central
Methodist church, San Francisco, has
received a communication from Sam
Jones, the Georgia evangelist, an
British A Mercantile. Commercial I’nj
nouncing that he will soon come to
Patent medicine advertisements will Fire Association, German American,
San Francisco as an evangelist, and not be taken at this office at less than man’s Fund, Hartford, Commercial,
will afterward make a trip to every business rates. Cash with the order. Nevada,
Wheat insurance a specialty.
large city on the Pacific coast. Metho
dist ministers are taking steps to ac
Mrs. H. P. Stuart,
cord him a hearty welcome.
The monthly eruption of Mount
Hood for September comes from the Millinery, Dressmaking,
Dalles Times-Mountaineer. All the FANCY GOODS, TBIYIYIINGS, NO
people of the Dalles were out with
Just Received at
llair Weaving and Stamping
spy-glasses looking at the snowy’ sum
Done to Order.
mit, and expecting a deluge of lava
every minute, but it did not come. Opposite the Grange store, McMinnville. Or.
The East Oregonian will try to attend
8T. CHARLES BOTH
to the report next month. The news
T. MULTNER, Prop.,
papers must make an active volcano
Corner Third and B streets,
out of Mount Hood if possible.
New house! New furniture! UnsurpaM
The National Republican rejoices
in the country. Rates— $ 1 to $2 per da^H
that Maine’s splendid delegation in
cording to room. Single meals 25 ofll
Lodging. 25 to 50 cents according to r^M
congress remains intact in spite of
Board and Lodging. $4 to $6, per week. aT
Fine Sample Rooms for commercial ifl
Democracy, Dow, and the Devil. The
me a call and see for yourself.
Maine republicans have certainly jus
tified the confidence of their brethren
W. J. GARRISON.
A. H. GAU*
hi : vi > i : r * o > brom .
in other parts of the union. The re
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turn of Mr. Reed to the house is a Ample room to care for horses. Livery
benefaction to the nation, which pos team- nt ns reasonable rates as any where in
sesses few men equal to him in capaci Oregon. New stable Third St., McMinnville.
ty and inclination for usefulness.
Where the best of igeats can alwaysbef®
and at the most reasonable prices.
We get no salary for examining the v A. I*. Howard. H, l>.
the loin of beef is divided with our cn^
physician and optician .
ers. Meats done up in the latest sfl
trackle" void, night after night, when
and good weights given. Give us a<J
we ought to be asleep, to prognosticate
and pred.ct weather futures. We’ve
W. J. Carrison &■
Diplopia-.when glasses are
kept it up since the week before the
required to correct the de
P of II picnic. Now that the last fective eye 1 nni prepared to meet. I test the
sight and fit the proper lens to spectacles and
fair is over, except the one at Portland eye-glasses
Give me a call and satisfy your
which does not concern us; we pro- selves. Office Third Street. McMinnville.
p.isv to let the weather prophets shift
Direct from New York.
for themselves \\ e re going to have <’. D. JOHNSON.
S. C. FORCE. I
our regular sleep from this time on.
1 lie man who comes hunting around JOHNSON
here in the future, to get us out of bed
manttfactubebs of —
to dig up a star of about the fifteenth
magnitude, thirteen hands high, with WAGONS, HACKS. BUGGIES. CARRIAGES,
light mane and tail, and trot out a
weather item, will get left.
B Street, between Third and Fourth.
The Oregonian propounds this con ¿•^“Carriage Painting and Repairing a
undrum : “ If, as the prohibitionists' Specialty. Perfect satisfaction guaranteed.
WINS F. E. !<('*■ •foe
M illiner ]
Buy Fashionable Goods Froir
Head-quarters of Fashion
GIVE US A CALL.
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