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About The daily reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1887 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 15, 1886)
Mr Carlisle is a very close reaaoner.
His strength in congress. when be was
Having the most complete and best
on the floor ns a debater, consisted in
his ability to analyze questions and to selected stock of goods on the west
make thoroughly clear, direct state
He never affected any of the side, outside of Portland, as conceded
arU of the rhetorician, nor has he ever
by all commercial men, and my fa
attempted any impassioned style of de
livery. He rarely used gestures. He ia cilities for buying being equal to or
a thoroughly courteous man. and never
indulges in personalities.
He thinks better than any house here, I am pre
that argumenu in behalf of public pared to furnish you with Dry Goods,
measures are wakening by appeals to
Srejudioes or the use of personalities. Clothing, Gents’ Furnishing Goods, I **************************®**************» M>MW((
le treats his opponents with almost the Boots and Shoes, Groceries, Glassware"
IIII1III1III1IIITHE DINING CAB LIN
same courtesy that he extends to his
FASTEST TB arm
He is as unlike the average and Crockery, at prices as low or
southern type as one can well imagine.
He is never embarrassed. I have never lower than any house outside of Port
seen him, in the most trying periods in land, and if you buy upon same terms MV VV Wes raw WWW
Throughout the East and Soathrui
the house, lose his composure. He is a
man in the neighborhood of six feet in
TO LAST BOO'D PASSEAOERS!
His shoulders sloop slightly. buy in quanities paying cash, I en
He always dresses in plain black, and
YtT BE CAREFUL AND DO NOT MAKE A MISTAKE—BUT BEsn
his dress is as neat as his habits are pre gage to compete with the retail houses
------ TO TAKE THE------
cise. His head is large and very evenly
His high forehead is made
to seem more high from the fact that -ave and except Sugar, Salt and such
his hair is worn away at the corners.
He has a black wisp which conies down. g -is as freight figures upon so that
Napoleon-like, upon his forehead.
His it car.r: t be done.
This does not ap
And see that your ticket reads via Portland and
eyebrows are thick and bushy, and are
so arc bed as to give a wide-open expres ply t< tome cheney houses who would
sion to his eyes.
His eyes are a clear bait you by selling some special arti
To avoid changes and serious delays occasioned by other routes. Tl
gray and moderately full underneath
Emigrant Sleeping Cars are run on Regular
toe long lids. His cheek-bones are high, cle at a sacrifice, and making it up on
D- . rt Express
Traini F hll
Length of the Line. Berthe Free.
with slight depressions at the base, on
I t shall be LOWEST-----------
each side of a strong, firmly-lined, ex some other articles.
I ds nose is large—a straight business . I especially invite
GENERAL OFFICE OF THE COMPANY,
crocs between a Roman and a straight
—with full, wide nostrila
His jaw is
heavy, indicating great tenacity of pur- spection of the goods and price, be
A. D. CHARLTON, General Western Passenger Agent.
IK>se. His face is smooth shaven. The
due tint of his shaven beard is almost fore buying elsewhere.
the only color in his pallid countenance.
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
marked down during clearance sale OnT"
He can nearly always be found at his
desk in his room at the Riggs house, will be sold at clearance sale prices. |
where he lives, when not occupied at
Fast Time, Sure Ccunection, New Equipment The Oregon and California R. I
the bouse. He is not fond of going out Prices of all goods will be plainly
into general society, but he is one of the marked on them, and no clerk is au
225 Miles Shortest
most companionable of men among his
San Prancuoc (ft
20 Hours Less Time.
He has a quaint humor and thorized to make any cut or deviation
to Sacramento, |30.
appreciation of fun which no stranger on them, and will be discharged for
Aocommocations unsurpassed for oomfort
Close connections made at Ashland rat
would suspect from looking into nis
Fares and Freights MUCH stages of the California, Oregonudldito
•«nous, seil-conlained counteuanoe.— doing so before he has authority. LESS than by any other route between all stage company.
in Willamette valley and San Franoisoo.
Cor. New York World.
(DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS)
S mall P rofits and Q uick R eturns
IJ SHOREST! X BEST!
Lowest Rates 1“
—=Rt PAUL or MINNEAPOLIS,
No. 2 Washington St
M otto . CASH IN HAND
inquiry. Why does a horse shyF or SHORT CREDITS must be the
A Hhying Horse.
Clies: Because he sees something which
e does not understand, and is tilled
with a greater or less degree of fear,
something as the boy feels when he
shies at the burying ground, and goes
around to keep clear of it.
It may be
some new or unusual object that the
horee se< a, or it may be an imperfect
view of it. Even a familiar object, if it
comes to view suddenly and unexpect
edly, will cause a horse to shy or jump,
just a* an unexpected object or sound
causes a nervous person to start When
a person is so startled, how much would
it improve the matter to be scolded at
or given a cut with a whip?
much as the same treatment would in
the case of the burse.
aggravates the matter.
Hie more the horse is scolded and
whipped, the more nervous he gets; and
even time he pa-uwe the place where
the fright and whipping occurred, he
w 11 recollect the unpleasant affair, and
he will bagin to prick up his ears and
fidget, ready for another jump.
him the lines, and he will go by in a
1 he proper way is never to
strike or ncold a horse that’is startled or
frightened. Speak to him coollv, calm
ly. and kindly; give him time to see
and collect his scattered senses, and
make him feel that you are his friend
and protector. W hen he sees that all ia
right, there is an end to all further
We have seen a bone refuse
to cross au unsafe-looking bridge; but
when the driver took him by the bit«
and wa krd ahead, the horse cautiously
Next time he required no
cvvanngor urging to crews the bridge.
He might have been whipped into it
at first, but was not the miidsr course,
although a little trouble, the better oneP
The horee showed his confidence in the
driver ever afterward.
Fine fresh cranberries at the bakery
A. J. APPERSON.
Only Route via Yaquina Bay
DAILY PAWBNtiER TRAINS,
I» C. IKEMMl & CO.,
Fine Job Printers,
Leave Corvallis at 2 p. nt. Leave Ya
quina at 7: 10 a. m.
East Side Division.
BETWEEN PORTLAND A ASHLHI
a . m . i Ashland.......
Ashland.... 8:45r. m . ¡Portland......3451. 1
Albany Express Trail.
4.-00?. m . Lebanon.... 9:20 H
4:45 a . m . Portland... 10«1 1
Pullman Palace Sleeping Can
daily between Portland and Ashland.
The O. ± C. R. K. Ferry makes connwM
Oregon and California, West side, trains
with all the regular trains on the eM »
oonneot at Corvallis.
division from foot of F street.
¡The Oregon Development Company’s
West Side Division.
RET. PORTLAND AND COBVALIA
Ck»r. 3d and O Streets,
OVER YAMHILL COUNTY BANK.
Attention is respectfully invited to thia
lta facilities for thorough practical in.trao-
tion; actual buameaa department a specialty
where currency, bank check, draft«, etc., are
need. Claw, or private instruction day or
evening. College Journal sent free on ap.
Crayon Portrait Work a Specialty.
P. O. Box 101
G. R. HIGGINS, Prin.
«. B. O4CTr|.
W. ». OABMWOM.
Where the beat of meats can at way ba fnn.j
and at the moat reasonable pi irioes. vbtn
the loin of beef is divided with I our custom
u; tn the latest st vira
an J K"od weigl ;hto _
Steamship Yaqtitna City
Portland... 7:»» a . m . MoM'nville.lOiUal
MoM’nville 10:13 a . m . Corvallis..
Corvallis... 1:30 p. m .[ MoM'nville. 333’4
McM’nville 3:44 p . m . Portland... EQ s
From San Franoisoo,
At Corvallis connect with trama of th
Sunday........... Oct. 10 Monday .... Oct. 4
Oregon Pacific for
Friday ........... “ 22 Saturday........
Wednesday...Nov, 3 Thursday....
15 Wednesdf lay... Noy. 10
“ 27 Monday
. .4:50 P. g. i McM’nville
The Company reserves the right to change Portland------------------
sailing days. Fares, between Corvallis and MoM'nville .5:45 a . m . Portland
Sau Francisco. Rail and Cabin. $14; Rail
and Steerage, $9.88.
up-town offioe. Ct
at the oompanv's
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For information apply to
Pine and Seoond streets. Tickets
Ticket« ro I"
CHAS. C HOGUE,
cipal points in California
Aoting Gen. F. and Pass. Agent.
enred at company’s offioe.
office. Corner F»
Corvallis, Oregon Front streets Portland. Or.
Frieght will not be reoeived for
after five o'clock p. m. on either tne^w
ST. CHARLES HOTEL, west side divisions.
E. P KOGE^.
r. MULTNER. Prep.,
Corner Third and B street«.
tn the oountry Rates—11 to $2 per day ac
cording to room. Single meals 25 cents.
Lodging, 25 to W oents according to room.
Board and Lodging. |4 to $6, per week. Two
Fine Sample Rooms for commercial men.
Give me a call and see for yourself.
dlr«« te «onsernrrs
Brewster's Patent Hein Holder.
Tour lin»« art where you put them-not
under bom. ftet. On. nr*tit »old li dot tn
tdayy, on. dewier .old « do«, in 15 d«yi
Sample, worth U..x> ran. Writ, for term»
E- K. BREWSTER. Holly, Mich.
K” For Mie at thia office
Give us a cull.
W. J. Garrison A Co.
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