The daily reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1887, October 19, 1886, Image 1

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    VOL. 1. NO. 38.
M c M innville , O regon , T uesday , O ctober
The Pally Reporter.
MISCELLANEOUS
A life of mere money-getting is al­
ways a failure, because you will never
get as much as you want. The poorest
people in thi8 country are the million­
aires, and next to them those who have
$500,000. There is not a scissors
grinder in New York or Brooklyn so
anxious to make money as those men
who have piled up fortunes for years.
The disease of accumulation has eaten
into them. That is not a life worth
----- or
living. There are too many earth-
quakes in it, too many shipwrecks, too A” 4 Al IT II I I
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many perditions. They build their j JL A AI I~1 I I j I j I J I,
castles aud open their pictnres galleries
Third St., Opposite
and make every inducement for
happiness to come, but she will not
YAMHILL CO. BANK.
So also a life that chiefly strives for
wordly approval is a failure. The two
D on ’ t F orget the P lace ,
most unfortunate men in the United
States for the next six months will be
the two Presidential nominees. Two j
treat reservoirs of malediction have'
—Where you will—
eep gradually filling up, and about I
midsummer they will be brimming full,
and a hose will be attached to them !
and thejr will begin to play on the two
nominees, and they will have to stand
and take it—the falsehood, the carica­
ture the venom, the filth, and they will
be rolled over in it aud choked with It.
The same thing is seen on a smaller
scale in the strife for social position.
Good morals and intelligence are not ■
necessary; but wealth, or tho show of i
— IN THE —
wealth, is absolutely indispensable. '
It don’t make any difference how you
get your wealth, if you only get it
Perhaps you get it by failing four or
five times—the most rapid way of Furnishing Goods of all kind, and'above
accumulation in this country. If a all THE LOWEST PRICES. Also agents
man faiis once he is not so very well; for the
off; but if be fails twice he is comfort- j Brow iin >ilie Woolen Hill,
ble, and by the time he fails three times
a full line of all goods made by
he is affluent. But when you really Carrying
these celebrated mills.
lose your money, how quick they will
drop you! High social life is constantly
in a change—insecurity dominant, BUSH LOGAN. BILL LOGAN. WATT HENDERSON.
wretchedness dominant and a life not
worth living— Dr. Talmage.
WEEKLY REPORTER
Sixteenth Year of Publication.
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E. L. E. WHITE.
D. C. IRELAND & Co.,
PUBLISHERS.
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If not paid in advance
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To olubs of three or five, when accompanied
with the oash, $1.50 per year each. Two
names for six months each to count as one
yearly subscription,
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Daily
LATEST STYLES
LOGAN BROS. £ HENDERSON.
Book & Job Printing.
The best paper on the West side
We beg leave to announce to the public [
that we have just added a large stook of new ' and the cheapest.
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S. C. FORCE.
C. D. JOHNSON.
JOHNSON & FORCE.
- MANUFACTURERS OF—
Proprietors of the old established and well
known
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Al <•
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE
stable. We are prepared at all
hours to furnish
Fine Carriage«, llaekst and
Saddle ll<»r*em,
And everything in the Livery hire,
in good shape
Al Reasonable Kales.
The Age of Decoration.
A young man called at the box office
of the Baldwin Theater the other day
aud handed the treasurer a suspicious-
looking roll of paper.
“Please hand that to the manager,
said he.
The treasurer looked at it dubiously.
‘Til give it to him, if you like,” he
remarked; “but I might as well tell
you that he’s got more manuscripts
now than he can shake a stick at. and
he swdre tho other day that if I took
in any more plays he'd”-----
“Play!” said the young man, with a
snort; “play!—why, what do you take
me for, young feller? Do you think
I m a play-writer? No, sir! I’m sales­
man in a paper-hanging house. I am,
»nd them is samples of our new lines
°* papers. Piay! Well, that is gall!”
The treasurer apologized.'— San
*faHcisix> Argonaut.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
MISCELLANEOUS
CITY MARKET,
FRED. F. KELLER, Prop.,
Successor to W. F. Bangasser,
Bangasser's building, Cor. B and Third St«.
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Here is where yon can get your money*«
worth in
Beef, Pork, Mutton, Sausage, Tripe,
and everything in the line of meats, of th«
beat quality me country affords. Also th«
Best of Bolognas.
Give me a call and be satistitsl.
w. T. BAXTER,
F. J. MARTIN.
New Prices
ALWAYS EIND New Firm, New Goods,
Store
Reporter.
T he D aily R eporter is issued every day
in the week except Sundays, and is delivered
in the city at 10 cents per week. By mail, 40
cents per month in advance. Rates for ad­
vertising same as for T he W eekly R eporter .
Advertising Hates.
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SPACE
One inch............... I , $1 50 3 00 5 00 7 oo 10 (KI I
Five inches it Col.. : 3 oo 5 00 9 00 18 00 30 00
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Twenty-two inches! 1 10 00 12 00 30 00 60 OO 132 00
3T"Above rates slightly advanced for pre­
ferred positions; “Top of Column,” “Next
to Reading Matter,” “Second Page,” or
“Third Page.”
Xi'”’Local notices in reading column on
Third page: One insertion, per line lOcents
Two insertions per line
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Three insertions per line
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By the month per line
25 c.
^©“Obituary notices, resolutions of oon-
dolenieut, etc., to insure publication in the
Reporter, must be aooompanied with instruc­
tions; and the name of the proper person or
persons to whom charges for the same are to
be made.
novelties to our business, and make a special­
ty of Letter Heads. Bill Heads. Note Heads.
Statements, Business Cards, Ladies’ Calling
Cards, Ball Invitations (new designs) Pro­
grammes, Posters, and all descriptions of
work. Terms favorable. Call and be con­
vinced.
D. C. IRELAND & CO.
1886.
The Kinds of Lift; Not Worth Living
Entered in the Postoffloe at McMinnville for
Transmission Through the Mails as Sec­
ond Class Matter,
HcJlINN VILLE
19,
At the New
of
Sista £ Martin
Successors to Al. HUSSEY,
T hird street, McMinnville, Oregon,
fei
r.w ta
A new, neat ami clean stock. Everv article
A No, 1. Fruit Jara, Butter ('rocks, Colored
Glassware, Cutlery, Cased Goods, To­
bacco, Pipes and Cigar«.
Fresh Fruit and Vogotabloa in Season.
Give me a cal). Insjwt rnv stock, ami I
will guarantee prices to suit you.
M1HH MAY VKHHBY«
MHH. M. 8HADDBN.
Shadden & Vessey,
F un Idona'b I c
Dressanakers
X^TThe Taylor System of Cutting and Fit­
ting employed.
Third street, Next to Bishop & Kay’s store,
McMinnville, Or.
Misa K. T hobnto W
M kh . A. M c D onald
TRANSIENT STOCK LEFT
with ns will receive the best of care and at­
tention.
Logan Bros. k Hcndonon.
Fashionable
Dressmaking.
MoMINNVILLE
In Mrs. H. P. Stuart’s Millinery Store,
OPPOSITE GRANGE HALL,
Business College,
M c M innvill «
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JAS. m ’ cain .
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Cor. 5d and 0 Streeta,
OVER YAMHILL COUNTY BANK,
McCain & Hurley,
Will open October 18, 1886. Attention is
First-Class
ATTOHNE YN-AT-LA IV
WAGONS, HACKS, BUGSIES, CABBIAGES, respectfully invited to thia
AND NOTARIES PI BLIC,
Etc. Etc.
BUSINESS SCHOOL.
Lafayette, Oregon,
Ita facilities for thorough practical instruc­
Esjieoial
attention
paid to abstracts of tit)«
B Street, between Third and Fourth.
tion; actual business department a apecialty B d -ettlenient of estate«
in probate
Third street, between D and E.
where ourrency, bank cheok, drafts, etc., are
Offloe .Jail bniding, up ataira.
grWe still have a few Buggies, Hacks used Class, or private instrnotion day or
and Carriages of home manufacture on evening. College Journal sent free on ap-
plication.
G- B H igchnh , 1 rin.
hand.
¡(^•Carriage Painting and Repairing a
P. O. Box 101.
C. J. P ayne . Sec.
Specialty. Perfect satisfaction guaranteed.
GIVE US A CALL.
E. E. COUCHER, M. D
Speaker Carlisle is making a oolleo-
W. J. GARRISON.
A. H. GAUNT.
hon of th« most curious communica-
Dealer in Gunn, Pistols, Ammunition,
h« receives—such, for instance,
M s letter from a Minnesota map, who
Cutlery, Fine Fishing tackle, Cigars
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
VAnted an appropriation by Congress
J0 PWid« him with a good sleigh. He
O bboom .
Etc.
told what kind of wood ft was bo be Where the best of meats c«n always be found MoMwNvnJJi
and at the Tnost reasonable prices, where
nisde of, how many bells it should
loin of beef is divided with our custom­
Third Street, Opposite McMinnville
*»«, and how thiok th« pteel erf the the
ers. Meats done up in the latent style«,
Bath«.
runn,rs should be; agd in a post-
good weights give«.' Give us a eall.
Offloe and residenoe, corner of Third and
btum Intimated that the salvation
Yours truly, •
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M c M inkvillr
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D streets, next to the poetofflee.
* the country depended on the ap-
ornpruuon.
W. J. Carrlson & Co.
EURISKO MARKET.
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