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About The daily reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1887 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 15, 1886)
M c M innville , O regon , F riday , O ctober 15,
The Qatly Reporter.
Work on the warehouse is now in
Entered in the Postoffice at MoMinnvillefor
Transmission Through the Mails as Sec full blast. The pile drivers went to
ond Class Matter.
work last Friday driving piles, and a
gang of men are following up sawing
WOKVT REPORTER. off and capping.
The steamer Yaquina city sailed
Sixteenth Year of Publication.
for San Francisco at 10 o’clock, a. m.
M c M innville
oregoy well loaded with freight and passan
gers after a longer stay than usual
D. C. IRELAND.
E. L. E. WHITE. here. She had been undergoing some
1>. C. IRELAND & Co.,
The weather is fine and all the lit
boats are busy plowing the waters
E. W. F.
before a gentle breeze.
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names for six months each to count as one York cases that national bank shares
are subject to taxation. This decision
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We beg leave to announce to the public
that we have just added a large stock of new
novelties to our business, and make a special
ty of Letter Heads. Bill Heads, Note Heads,
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YEWS AND NOTES.
Frosts have nearly destroyed the to
bacco crop of Kentucky.
Another fearfully devastating storm
has visited the gulf states.
About all prominent republicans in
the present house will answer to roll
call in the fiftieth congress.
The rain is here, promptly on time.
Hear its “ patter, patter, patter no
more dust in the roads this fall.
The Henry George boom in New
York has demoralized the democrats
and opened the way for the election of
a republican mayor.
Baker city charges theaters and
shows a license of $11 to $16 per night
for enertainniente given in that city.
Another case of making hay while the
The spiritualists of Oregon, believ
ing that the time has arrived for a
closer bond of union, have called a state
convention to meet at 8alem October
30th. Arrangements will be made
with the various transportation com
panies for reduced rates of fare to per
sons attending the convention.
is upon application from a permanent
injunction restraining the collection of
There remain in round numbers
$90,000,000 of the three per cent,
bonds to be called. The next series
of bonds which will be subject to call
are the four and a half per cents.,
which do not mature until September,
1891, five years hence.
$250,000,000 of these. Then follows
a gap of sixteen years before any other
bonds are redeemable, with the ex
ception of the Pacific railroad bonds,
which the companies may or may not
be made to provide for. The four per
cents., of which there are $737.742.-
850, mature in July, 1907. It can be
seen that until that time the bonds,
unless they are purchased at a high
premium in the market, cannot be re
lied upon as they have been in the
past for the purpose of absorbing sur
plus revenue. There must be a re
duction of revenue or a course of ex
traordinary expenditure adopted to
meet the situation, and it is not ditfi
cult to decide which the people will
Swiss and limberger cheese at the
Show the Weekly Reporter to your
neighbor and ask him to become a
subscriber. Two copies, to separate ad
dresses if desired, one year $3.00.
Gold miners who have been pros
pecting among the sterile fields of
Alaska, report no paying mines, and
if there were the seasons are so short
that they could not be profitably
Brother Bull is not taking much
about the Bulgarian business, but is
supposed to be ready for action if Rus
sia should decide to provoke war. The
chances are, however, that the rouble
will be bridged over for the present.
One night last week 1900 fine salmon
were taken on the lower Siuslaw. The
Eugene Guard thinks that at no dis
tant day the fishing intereate A the
Siuslaw will produce more money
than all the wheat fields in Lane
PRICK TWO CENTS.
SnoeesHor to W. F. Bangnmer,
BangaHHer’s building, Cor. B and Third Sta.
Here is where yon oan get your money’«
Third St., Opposite
Beef, Pork, Mutton, Sausage, Tripe,
D on ’ t F orget the P lace ,
and everything in the line of meats, of th«
beBt quality the country affords. Also the
Best of Bolognas.
a oall and be satisfied.
— Where you will—
W. T. BAXTER.
F. J. MARTIN.
New Firm, New Goods, New Prices
At the New Store of
Hazier 4 Martin
ta tai tarns.
SnooeHHora to Al. HUSSEY,
Third Htreet, McMinnville, Oregon,
Furnishing Goods of all kind, nndjabove
all I'HE LOWEST PRICES. Also agents A naw, nrat and clean stock. Everv article
A No. 1. Fruit Jars, Butter Crocks, Colored
BrowiiMvillc Woolen Hill,
Glassware, Cutlery, Cased Goods, To
bacco. Pijies and Cigars.
Carrying a full line of all goods made by
Fresh Fruit and Vegetables in Season.
these oelebrated mills.
Give me a call. Insfiect iny stock, and I
BUSS LOGAN. BILL LOGAN. WA IT HENDEBHoN. will guarantee prices to suit you.
LOGAN BROS, i HENDERSON.
Proprietors of the old established nnd well
>I<*3Ii mi vi 1 lo
MBH. M. SHADPEN.
M1HH MAT VF.HHEY.
Shadden & Vessey,
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE
stable. We are prepared at all
hours to furnish
Fine Carriages, liar L n and
t^F'The Taylor System of (lotting und Fit
And everything in the Livery hire,
in good shape
At Reasonable Rate*.
Third street, Next to Bishop A Kay’s atore,
M hb . A. M c D onald .
TRANSIENT STOCK LEFT
with us will receive the best of care and at
Logan SroL & Hendornm.
Cor. 3d and C Streets,
OVER YAMHILL COUNTY BANK,
Will open Ootober 18, 1X86. Attention is
respeotfully invited to this
M ish K. T hornton
In Mrs. H. P. Stuart's Millinery Store,
OPPOSITE GRANGE HALL,
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JAS. m ’ oain .
O bboo «.
H. hublby .
McCain & Hurley,
AND NOTARIES PUBLIC,
Its facilities for thorough praotioal instruc
tion; aotual business department a specialty
paid to abstracts of titl«
where currency, bank check, drafts, eto., are
and settlement of entâtes in probate.
used. Class, or private instruction day or
Offioe Jail buiding, up stairs.
evening. College Journal sent free on ap
C. F. Hot OHTON, Prin.
P. O. Box 101.
C. J. P atnb , Seo.
E. E. COUCHER, M. D
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
M c M innvilln
W. F. COLLARD,
Dealer in Guns, Pistols, Ammunition,
Cutlery, Fine Fishing tackle, Cigars,
Bralys Bank Building
Third 8treet, Opposite McMinnville
Offloe and reeidenoe, oomar of Third and
D «tracta, n«xt to the postoffloa.
M c M innvillr
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