Image provided by: Yamhill County Historical Society; McMinnville, OR
About The daily reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1887 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 15, 1886)
Th© Ddly deportee,
<• Alimi vi lle^
Albert Hemstock is going back to
Salem to school.
By Carrier per week.............. ■ ■......... 10 cents
Minnie Bennet is able to be around.
(Payable on Hatarday.)
Single Copy.................. ......... • ■
Bewley’s team got frightened
By Mail lOoenta per Mouth (In Advance.)
and turned the buggy into a four feet
Hutes for Advertising
Will be made aatisfaetory to all applicants. ditch. Damages to buggy slight.
Nelson Chapen has gone to house
Nov. 15. 1«XC>
We will have to get our wives and
THANKSGl I'/.W PKOCl.AMA TIOS.
widow’s lives insured if John Bennett
In accordance with h custom estab takes them a buggy riding any more.
lished by our forefathers of setting He was taking Mrs. Geer and child to
----- PROPRIETORS —
' * ‘
1 a ' *
apart one dify in the year in remem McMinnville when his grey colt kicked
A Grand Ball will be given under th« hl
brance of the blessings vouchsafed by loose from the -buggy, leaving him to
pices of the McMinnville Fire De-
the Divine Ruler’and in conformity carry the child three miles to town. A
with the recommendation of the presi few days after he was taking Mrs.
in good shape
dent of the United States. Governer Cook and child to Amity. Crossing
At Reasonable Rates.
Moody has fixed Thursday, Nov. 25th, tiie Garrison ford one of tho breast
1H8G, as a day of praise and thanks straps broke and his team crossed the
Farm For .»ale,
giving. and he recommends that Yamhill in about two jumps. No per .. 9K() ACHES. 125 in cultivation; 6
1 'miles south west of Sheridan.
that day the people of son drowned nor hurt.
Thursday Evening, Nov. 25,1886.
Oregon desist from there usual avoca-
Last Friday Miss Clara Skinner’s
ttaws, snd repair to their respective school dosed, the pupils very much
place» of worship, and ami give thank- improved.
to the Ruler of the Universe for the
For further information addressR.G.Worth
Sometimes change of pasture makes ington,
Sheridan, Or., or Wright <t Ellis,
bles-ings of the past. He further rec- fat horses. Old Nance’s grey mare of Dallas, Or.
commends as a fitting observance of the Grand Ronde, is making Unde
the day, that out of our abundance Billy Mason’s her resorting place. I
we reiuemlier the poor and destitute am going to investigate the matter.
among us, and that by deeds of mercy
Orin Skinner has so much improved
and charity, we make it an occasion in health he looks looks like the same
—O ne D ollar P er C ouple .—
Dry Good», Clothing;, Gro-
of comfort and happiness to them. jovial boy of yore.
errio, Glas^A Queens-
Ko mote it l>e.
Supervisor George Olds has been re
pairing the damaged bridges.
—S upper at C ook ’ s H otel —
A SlAl’SCH KEPI Hl.H AS
The neighborhood boys have been WILLAMINA Votious.
An association press dispatch from making it lively for the coon and
A oordial welcome extended to all.
S poopfndyke . We’ve ’ oome to stay, and brought our
Washington says that friends of Sen fows.
knitting with us. and. All w« ask ia for the
ator Mitchell of Oregon repudate the
to oalb examine our goods, make
The Weekly Reporter, a faithful reupltt their
wants, and get our prices.
statement made in democratic news and complete compendium of the Known,
N. B. V e deal on a cash basis, and pav
papers and by democratic politicians week’s news, is furnished for IGif cent* the highest cash prioes for all kinds of pro
duce, hides, pelts, etc.
Have a Few
that he can he counted u|>on in the a month.
event of s majority in the senate to co
The Washington territory council Watch This Art Gallery.
operate with the democrats. They
democratic ; the house is in doubt.
say that while he was elected in part
there is a majority of democrats ou
by the democratic voles in the Oregou
legislature, he is still a republican, joint ballot it may hasten the admis
through and through, and all who sion of the territory.
That they will
voted for him were aware of that Printed appeals of an excited style in.
fact. The Oregonian puts a head on favor of an American party, have been
the dispatch to the effect that Mr. sent to New York from San Francisco
Mitchell prefer« *' negotiate hie own for distribution at the ferries, Brooklyn
They also have a SMALL LOT of
sales Whereat the Evening Demo- bridge, in horse railroads and at places
erat, better authority to-day in its in orr public resort. A portion is ils fol
Hardware, Tinware, Etc., Etc.,
fancy than the Oregonian, says: “The lows : “We demand the uncondi
That will also be sold
fact is that Mitchell simply promised tional repeal of the naturalization
Low for Cash.
the deiiKK'iats to sustain the adminia- laws, we demand that the soil of
Irwlion iu matters iiotslriclly partisan, America shall belong to Americans,
They have a few
particularly in the confirmation of ap and that no aliens shall hold propertv
I’l.OW h, HARROWS,
in thiseountry. Free common schools
are the only bulwark of human liberty.
There are plenty of farmers who will Churches must not be higher than the
tell you that $3 jier l(X) bushels is pay state. Seventy-five per cent, of the
That will be sold
enough for warehousemen ; but the discharged European convicts come to
This is the time of year when
Low for Cash.
war«'houM«>men. whose judgment in America.
We want no tierman-
equally good upon thia topic, emphati Americans, no Irish-Americans vote; Merchants all begin to show
Ton want anything in that line yoo
your own interest as well u
cally «ay it is not enough. Thue ir- no English dudes and no lndian- low’ prices. We realize that . consult
m enl* a,|d see us. We think we can suit
A. H & o o HODSON
repreiMihle conflict arises, and good Americans." IVrhapa it wan iutended permanent trade cannot be von. 1 ry it.
men are driven out of buaineaa by the
made unless one has the cor-
which is largely made up of foreign
out. Without any intention to insinu ers.
rect styles and correct prices
ate. we ask if the farmers themselves
We are selling goods at aston
ere for Utoaq reasons blamable for some
Votive lor Final Proof
ishingly low’ prices on the mer-
of the loaaea incurred by the breaches
Lum Ornes at Oregon City, Or..
its of our wares. We know HENDERSON BROS..
Nov. 9. 1S36. |
of trust of irresponsible men handling w
Notice is hereby given that lhe following that there are no better styles
their grain* We certainly think so. named settler has filed notice of his intention
tusks final proof m support ot tua claim, of Clothing, no better fitting,
Ami we take Ua* word of reliable men to
and that said proof will be mads before tbe no better made than ours, and
for it. wlieu we say that the grinding louiitv judge or Conutv clerk, of Tillamook
at Tillsuiook. Oregon, on Tnesdav, we believe that no one in Me-
down rale oxaelwd for honest work at ouiuitv.
ifitai. vis STF.PHFN D HEMER.
the w»n'hoiiw leavus no profit, and hotiKMiead enter No MSN for tbe lots a, 9.10 Minnville is selling Clothing
and II of sec 9a. T | s. R » W
a> cheaply as we are.
the buainwa ie falling into hands,
He names tbe following witness e s to prove
D. C. IREI.ANP £ CO- PVBLIHHEK8.
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES
LOGAN BROS. & HENDERSON
Garrison Opera House.
-+GOACH WHIP STRING BAND*-
A. H. & 0. 0. HODSON
SELL FOR CASH
which tar say tlte least, are not always
Now is the time to aubecribe.
his oontitiuoue residence upon. and onltiva
tioti of. said land, vts: Isnie Hughev. Heth
Httues, Georg,« Randall and Jackson Mun
dell. all of Tillamook. Tillamook county,
W. T BI RNEY.
We only ask an inspection
of our goods and a comparison
BISHOP à KAY.
°are for horse«.
Movable ratea aa any wb*r*'*
•table Third St., MoMinnnU*