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The Daily Rftportoi’.
P c. IRELAND * CO. PUBLISHERS,
^ov. 15, 1886 ,
I Little Carl Tucker is coming through
|hii injuries manfully.
I jfiss Hembree’s art class will meet
[this afternoon at Mrs. Carlin’s.
A most enjoyable whist party was
Liven at the residence of Ed W. Fuller
Spectators will be admitted to the
■ gallery at the firemen’s ball thanks-
I giving evening.
I The bax mill will be a first class
I roller mill when completed in time
| for spring milling.
Baxter 4 Martin have the finest
I line of tea and coffee in the city. Call
I gnd sample the lot.
The Guild of St. James (.Episcopal)
I church will hold a fair on Wednesday
I evening, December 1st.
The summer lias passed away and
I the autumn is fast drifting into winter,
I and several delinquents not reported.
Mrs. Joel Martin is having a serious »
and painful illness, an affection of the ‘
thumb which is now a fully developed I
In consequence of the lateness of
the season it has been found necessary
I to get the timber for Sax's mill in
Mr. Foster of Sheridan, was in the
city Saturday on business. He informs
ue thatCapt. Lafollett is still in Salem,
but is gradually recovering.
Mrs. James Turner is slowly recov
ering from the accident which befel
her last week at her home. The left
arm is painfully injured, and has to
be carried in a sling.
0. 0. Hodson reached Muncie, In
diana, on the 4th. On the 6th he
»woke to witness six inches of snow
covering all out-doors, an incident
which will perhaps curtail his visit.
Senator Carson, of Multnomah, in
forms us that he is not a candidate
for the presidency of the senate, pre
ferring younger members for the place.
He is grateful however, to those of his
friends who have advanced his name
for the distinguished honor.
A valuable hunting dog belonging
to John W. Baker was poisoned on
the 12th. Why not take the curs and
spare the thoroughbreds. A commun
ity is judged by the character of its
dogs, and there is a plentiful number
of curs hereabout that might be sacri
ficed for the good of the community.
-Jehu Baker, the man who beat Mor
rison for congress in the eighteenth
Illinois district, is a brother-in-law of
T-B. Wait, of Salem. He is a friend
of Oregon and the Pacific coast, the
Panama canal scheme, and all other
enterprises affecting our interest«, and
W|H l»e of service to us in the high
councils of the nation.
Brother Ireland how about that
"atenuelon racket? Did you make
d pan? Albany Bulletin, Make it
pan’ We sold enough to campers in
Sleepy hollow to give us a half inter
est with Lon. Case in the First Na-
-«'ual bank at Newport, and send
l-acle Jim FLetobex back to Missouri
‘vr a bigger lot of seeds for 1887. How
does your squash scheme pan Porter?
Call and see those new walnut bed
A local reporter observes that:
Money procures genius more readily store, direct from Chicago.
than does genius command money.
Pupils are preparing for a school! First National Bank,
It is unsafe to entrust a secret to exhibition soon to be given in the in McMINNVItXK, —
one having too many confidential terest of the library fund.
W ortman ........................ 1’reanieut
Miss Belle Johnson, teacher of mu . X Aeon
P. T hompson ,.Vice-president
In the wake of the centralization of sic in McMinnville and at McMinn J ohn W ortman ............................ Cashier
wealth follws an augmentation of ville college. Residence corner of
Tran Haeta a General Ranking buaineaa
Second and C Streets.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
made on favorable terms.
The woman with undisplayed re The parties interested in the organ Collections
Rijht Exchange and Telegraphir Transfer*
ligion in her heart makes the best wife ization of a choral union, also all sub on New York, San Franciaeo and Portland.
scribers. are cordially invited to meet Office hours—fhrni V a. n>. to 4 p. m.
The undegenerate sons of illustri at Garrison opera house, on Tuesday
ous sires are almost as rare as Kooh-i- evening next, November 16th, at the
hour of 7 o’clock, p. tn., sharp. A gen
the following sterling ooiupa«-
The conclusions of a petty jury are eral invitation extended to all who de
iea: London A Liverpool A Globe. North
as difficult to comprehend as are the sire to participate.
British A Mercantile. C’Otnmeroial Uniosi
Pire Association, (tanunn American, Fir«
whims of a woman.
Some person send us a call for a tyHn'n Fund. Hartford. Commercial, Angl«
The average Portland Jehu believes meeting of citizens to revise the city Nevada, State Investment.
Wheat insurance h specialty.
pedestrians have no rights that he is charter. Fix your date, gents ; we will
bound to respect.
be with you. We would suggest that
Only the parvenu element of society citizens and council act together in
ventilates the privacy of its hospitality this matter, to prepare for submission
in newspaper columns.
to the legislature such amendments to
Oregon has superseded Illinois and the charter as will remedy existing de
Indiana as the banner state for di fects. A competent attorney should
vorces. Some say the cause is atmos- be employed to assist the committee.
Time is short.
The sanitary condition of this city
I CITY TKK k
can be improved by the introduction
Having purchased th« Btram nropertg, and
of healthful drinking water and a su All persons indebted to me to call and permaueutly loca Usi in McMinnville, ana
ready to do all kinds of Truck and Deliv
settle their account immediately.
perior system of sewerage.
ery Work at abort tiotioe All 4<>ods eu
F. W. R edmond .
trusted to our oare will ba carefully bandied,
Society is organized by hypocrisy.
and promptly delivered. Mwo keep on band
Wood of all kinds as cheap as the cheapeet
It is like Dead sea fruit; the crust is
lmportaiit Slock Sale.
Order* left at the Oity Drug store will bs
beautiful and alluring, but bite into it
promptly attended to.
J. J, COLLARD.
and your mouth will fill with bitter
Posters are out for an auction sale
of fat ami thoroughbred stock by Mill»
The nondescript commonly known 4 Howe at their Mount Stewart farm
as the Anglomaniar nude has not yet near North Yamhill on Saturday Nov. II«Mr Cwltlnc, shavlai »n4 MfeMa«
made its advent here, however a few 13th. The sale includes sixty head of
base imitators of this genuine thing of all ages including fifteen head suitable
15c SHAVING 15c.
a neuter gender may flatter themselves for the butcher. Terms cash, or ap
C. H. FLEMING. Proprietor.
proved notes at 10 per cent.
to the contrary notwithstanding.
I Suooeeaor te A. 0. Wyndham.)
As long as the plutocrats of Oregon
Ladies and children** work a specialty.' Any
can command eight and ten per cent,
style of HairOnttin« desired,with neatnnea.
per annum, so long will the state lan
Hair dyeing of all descriptions warranted.
Fancy hair dreaaing a specialty. Hot or
guish for the encouragement of such hill, containing twenty-two rooms in cold
l»atha always ready, only S5 cts. Third
industries as to make it great. Heavy all, two stories high, is ottered for sale street between C and D, McMinnville, Or.
ruling rates of interest are “fun for the for cash, or exchange for real estate.
The house is well known to the travel
boys, but death to the frogs.”
ing public, and doing a good business.
The County Pre«».
The present proprietor’s reason for
selling is that he is too far advancod ■a. c. IVIANKK, ffanufartaror u«d
From the Register.
Levi Bennett, of Dayton, came to in age to attend to it, and ¡8 determin
ed to sell if an opportunity is ottered,
see us the fore part of the week.
Thia preparation is niiM|anllml for cleans
Wm. Merchant, of North Yamhill, even at a sacrifice. In fact he is bound ing garmanta of all soiled spots. Paint, Tar,
to sell it if a customer comes. North GriMia««, etc , eriulmniml instantly diva it •
was at this place during the fore part
may be had of y<rar dnigsltt,
Yamhill is as rapidly improving town local apent, or by addrea*iiiK the nndorsipu-
of the week.
lift nil A vir viav nvov
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J. J. Carey has some fine blooded as any on the west side, is the center
of a large trade, the starting |»oint for
dogs that he wishes to sell.
Sheridan letter : Russel Jones killed Tillamook bay, the resort for hunters
and sportsmen in the summer »eAson,
three deer last week. The Sheridan
ami thia is the l>est chance for a good I Lal» of Independence, having purchased tbs
school house is nice and will remain
man in the whole state. For further TKYY1* i\l> TRUCK*
so, as it is locked by two different men.
particular* address this office, or apply Of Logan Bro* A Bandonion, offer* bis
Seth Moore and Marion Lady, broth
Hcrvioo* in thnt line to th* public, and will
to J. Delap, North Yamhill, Oregon.
ers-in-law, who left for California last
fall, have returned. Marion got his
To all who favor him with their patronna«.
boy in California and Seth was made
He will k<-«-p a wagon H|x<ouil!y ndaptrd to th«
the fond father the second morning Wheat i-er cental in Portland
delivery of trnro-l*, trnnk* aatohok Mo., for
the eceomooation of the public Orders left
after his arrival here; its a girl.
>1 22^ (à> 1
An open letter to whom it may con
cern ought to be addressed to the Yan
kee Blade, Teledo Blade, Mayflower»
et. ah, from the press of these United
States, something after this : We have
so many applications from dead beats
for space in our advertising columns
for which no equivalent is returned to
either us or tl public whom you.are
T'Ai. 'Ime' your last
thus enal ed
- igjreà ko our want«
mbroken. “Let it
r. i. p.g •
Wheat per bnahel in MoM.
W. h .I per lb
Floor per barrel
Batter, fresh rolls
Eire* j»*r d<»z
A pples. green per box
Dried apple«. Plummer....
Pin ma, pitlera
tokens per dor.
Ridra. dry flint
O*es«, tame, per dos.....
Hug», dreraed ..........
or. at the Ntable will tie promptly attended to at
Direct from New York.
M illiner y ,
Buy Fashionable Goods From the
Head-quarters of Fashion.
num r. at. hi ««,
W c HI hhville, Or.