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About The daily reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1887 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 17, 1886)
Table of Distances.
The Bartholdi Statue.
In answer to a pupil who listened to Ths following tablS of distances from Portlaa«
D. C. IRELAND 4 CO. Pl'BLIf’HIRB.
our feeble attempt to interest tlie pub Mat by railroad will be found v'hry convenient for
lic school last week upon the subject reference.
Hu b.cr I pl !«»•• Kale»»
92 Alto., -r...
By Carrier pet week
' of the statue of Liberty Enlightening inn mit....
97 Big Grade..
(Payable on Setnrday.)
the World, we publish the following
niDiB...»«« •••••••• 107 Grange City
By Ma II Woents per Month (In Advance.) particulars concerning its dimensions :
>hn Day»............... U4 Texas Ferry
The Daily Reporter.
Kale* Isr Ad»erli*H»X
The height of the statue from base to
Witt t»e tn.de sstisfaetory to all applicants.
Foundation of pedestal to torch.
Nov. 17. 1886 Heel to top of head
I ength of hand .
77/.I VA-'» 7I7.V'» A7*/T/o.V
Ciroamferenoe at seoond joint
of finger nail
............... 13x10 in
In order that we may introduce T he
Head from ohin to cranium
D ah . v R u ’ oktek to readers outside of Head, thiokness from ear to ear
this city ill Yamhill county, we have Distance across the eye ..............
perfected arrangements for publishing Leugtk of nose
“ right arm
an extra large edition of 500 copies, Hight arm, greatost thiokness
double the present size, Thanksgiving Thickness of waist
Width of mouth
morning We do this not wholly for Tablet, length
ourselves, but shall also let in regular
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ft in unnnt
SI r I oc I u • • • •
151 1 Alkali......................
.305 6 Willows.................
111 6 Coyote.....................
16 5 Umatilla..................
8 0 Bakar City..............
7 6 Fordice.......... .........
patrons at a nominal cost, and thus
The statue weighs 550.000 pounds,
make it the representative of McMinn or 225 tons; forty persons can stand
ville interests. Copy for extra matter on the head ; and the torch will hold
intruded for thisa|>e^ial edition should twelve jH-ople. The total number of
steps in the temporary staircase, which
be handed m for the printers not later
leads from the base of the foundation
than ihxmi of .Monday next. After
id the top of the pedestal is 195; the
you have seen tin- paper, comments number of steps in the statue from the
will he in order. We intend to serve pedestal to the head is 154 : and ladder
the public well and faithfully, and be leading up through the extended right
deserving of all sup|H*rt extended to arm to the torch has 54 rounds. The
first steps towards its construction
D Q I kkland A Cp
were made in 1874, and its completion
unveiling occurred iu New York
The American Grocer is correct in
its ¡KiMtion that the iron industry is the October 28, 1886. At its unveiling it
best barometer of trade.
Entering was estimated that there were one mil
lion persons present. At its unveiling
▼cry largely into the com|>vsiiion ofall
and inauguration, Roscoe Conkling
the machinery of agriculture, trans
said. “1 he gift by the people of one re
portation textile manufactures, the state
public tv the ¡»eople of another reptib-
of the iron market is a safe gauge of ie of a lofty, lasting monument of j
the general market. From January to iberty, ie of itself illustrious and his
September ot the present year, the in toric. But such an act of grace by the
crease in the manufactures of Ameri Trench people to us. touches deeply
can |»ig-iron has been Sa 1,505 tons Amerrea’s heart with memories of the
when compared with the correspond generosity of Frenchmen who stood
ing months ot 1885. In the same :»y our fathers in the time of need.
period the output of anthacite coal has The completion of the great statue
been 682,565 tons. The earnings ot and the presence at its inauguration,
the railways have so far been in excess of distinguished men who cross the
of 1804. I he increase in customs for sea to testify their own and their coun
Sept 1886, was $780,790 over Sept. try s friendship, will mark a day which
cannot periidi from humanity's calen
1885. These are cheering figures.
dar so long as the jewel of liberty is
kept in the family of nations."
BETHEL AND MeCOY
Our Farmers Club.
John Hawleys family, and Mrs. Jas.
In conversation with a gentleman
Harvey, are all improving.
yesterday about the time lost waiting
C. E. Magpn furnishes Bethel with
for the ground to get damp enough to
a tine school. Seventy pupils are in
plow, the subject of tile drainage came
up. It is true that land properly tiled
McCoy is a thriving place. It has
is nearly always ready for work. The
one dry goods store ; one large grocery
i homestead tells of n piece undrained
store . one fine drug store and a black
; thirty years ago, since w hich time
there has been no trouble from excess
It i* generally concluded that Tlie | oi¡deficiency of moisture. And herein
Ke|*>rU’r is Hie beat county paja-r in
lies the great lienefit of tile drainage.
Il makes a wet soil dry and a dry soil
C. B. Grave« has put up one of the
moist. We don't argue this to the
bo*a gales, a Centennial, on his place.
skeptical or doubting. We assert it.
The narrow gauge railroad is nearly as a matter proven and test»«,! iu every
ready for business, work is progress county and state where the farmers
have had the sagacity to tile the land
ing rapidly. but. aa yet, a unit* table properly. Given a good soil, resting
has not been published The general on a porous subeoil or an underdrained
ortices in Portland ar« aver Reid's soil, and there is no us«* lvmg awake
nights worrying over dry weather or
bank, corner af fits; and Pm<
wet weather either. The hot auu and
Krnia's INtMtrated Wset, 1st N weni i the hot winds that suck up the surface
t’er is a handsome book. Among moisture only draw more up fi-eui the
other well written articles is that up lower depths. Given a aoilof-this kind,
on the OrtqpMi atari and u < ju vo«u kept mulched on lop with dry dirt by
P*ny. bv Col John R Wheat, a most
frequent stirrings, and it will produce
admirable and exhaustive article.
a crop nun or no nuu.
IÖ h SE
ISO t bene»'.
_ Falls .
154 Peud d'Oreille
183 Horae Plains
It 4 Bonita........
211 Bear Mouth
225 Garrison ...
240 Terra Firma
244 Tip Top......
255 Sky Lire....
276 Bird's Eye ...
280 St Paul..
'152 Omaha ...
262 New York
A Grand Ball will be given under th. ...
pioes of the MoMInnville Fire d ”
Garrison Opera House.
Thursday Evening, Nov. 26,1886.
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES -+COACH WHIP STRING BIND*-
—O ne D ollar P er C ouple .—
LOGAN BROS. & HENDERSON,
—S upper at C ook ’ s H otel —
Fine Carriages, Hacks and
And everything in the Livery hire,
in good shape
At Reasonable Kates.
Watch Thlc Art Gallery,
A cordial welcome expended to all.
A. H. & 0. 0. HODSON
That they will
SELL FOR CASE
They also have a SMALL LOT of
That will also be Bold
Low for Cash.
They have a few
That will be sold
I his is the time ot year when
Merchant« all begin to show
low prices. We realize that
permanent trade cannot be
made unless one has the cor
rect styles and correct prices.
We are selling goods at aston
ishingly low prices on the mer
its of our wares. We know
that there are no better styles
of Clothing, no better fitting,
no better made than ours, and
we believe that no one in Me-
Minnville is selling Clothing
as cheaply as we are.
We only ask an inspection
of our goxls and a comparison
BISHOP a KAY.
Low for Cash..
When you want anything in that line you
will consult your own interest as well a*
ours to call and see us. We think we can suit
vou. Try it.
A, H. A O. O. HODSOh-