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TH® Dwiiy W®port®r.
NEWS AND NOTES.
gained his stoical demeanor. He is
ordered to plead Monday next. M hen
returned to the jail he gave evidence
of weakening: he began to realize
that his positions is not a second at
tempt to interview him, but he was
asleep. Morgan told under Sheriff
Witherell that we traveled 240 miles
in a box car with nothing to sustain
him but a little whiskey which he pro
cured befoie leaving the city.
So your wife weighs three hundred
pounds?’ “Yes Smith.” “I should think
you’d exhibit herjat the dime niuseum?'i
E. B. Fellows put a modern front
into his Third street store yesterday,
which will greatly’ add to the attrac
By Carrier per week............................ ><> oenta
tive display of his stock.
(Payable on Saturday.)
J. B. Fuson has a pair of large sized,
By Mail io oenta per Month ( In Advanoe. >
colored, matched Clydesdale
Ratea for Adserllain*
V ill Im uiade aatiafaetory to all applicant*. gelding colts, four years old next
spring, which he will sell cheap for
Nov. 24. 1HB« cash. Address at Dayton. Oregon.
Mc Minnville, Or.
The drama, “Past Redemption.”
a crowded house Friday evening,
According to official estimate it will
cost about $><50 per month to main many persons from a distance being
tain the light in Liberty’s torch on present. It was finely rendered, some “I would, only people would laugh.”
splendid acting being done. By re
The United States
A Grand Ball will be given under the ant
quest the play will be repeated Satur “Why so?” “Oh, she has such a ridic
pioes of the McMinnville Fire De
may well hesitate before accepting any
day evening the 26th.
more magnificent presents from for
In addressing a jury, the other day,
eigners. Having accepted this one,
Roscoe Conkling thus alluded to a
Produce Price Current.
however, and with much ado in the
red nosed witness who, he thought had
matter of penny subscriptions and pub lied in the witness chair: “Gentle Wheat per cental in Portland
lic apjieals got it set up, it will not men I think I can see that witness Wheat per bushel in MoM.
do to lose the effect of the whole en now—his mouth stretching across the Wool per lb
Thursday Evening, Nov. 25, 1886.
Flour per barrel
terprise by failing to light the torch.
wide desolation of his face, a fountain Bacon sides
The command “Let there be light’* of falsehood and a sepulcher of rum.” Hams
is about to be enforced to the letter in
Portland. Twenty thousand poles key Hew high in an effort to escape, Butter, fresh rolls
Eggs per doz
and forty miles of wire will soon be and after alighting upon the roof of Apples, green per box
Dried apples, Plummer....
agencies in flashing electric light at a
highth of thirty-live feet over every the direction of the Central hotel. Its Plums, pitless
flight was intercepted by Clarence Hides, dry flint
bl«w k. (.’nine will then with difficulty
l'tirner, and it was captured and re
find a place in the city dark enough
turned to its cage to await its fate at Geese, tame, per doz.....
—O ne D ollar P er C ouple ._
for its purposes. East Portland also
.. 5 00
the appointed hour.
struggles to the front with numerous
The WCTI hud intended to discon
gas jets and more numerous coal oil tinue their Sunday evening entertain
—S upper at C ook ’ s H otel —
lamps, and hopes, in the course of hu ments forthe next few months, but
man events, to succeed these with elec by special request of a number of
*11 III III Oil«.
A cordial welcome extended to all.
friends, have reconsidered the ques Justice’s Court for South McMinnville Pre
cinct. Yamhill County, Oregon.
I he tllobe Democrat of St. Louis tion. and will hold them once a month, J ohn
C labk . Plaintiff, )
has been crowded with column after as heretofore, using the thin! Sunday
A l . Y oung , Defendent. )
column of a controversy. In answer
lo Al. Young, defendent above named: In
Have a Few
A limited number only of this mam the name of the State of Oregon, you are
<0 a writer who complained that his
hereby required to appear and answer
italics were disregaided, it informs linn moth edition, have been retained on
plaintiffs complaint in said cauee.on or be
fore Friday, .Jan. 7, 1887, before the under
that his communication was cut into hand. Parties who have the welfare signed. a justice of the peace for said pre
forty parts or“takes” for as many type of the community at heart,should se cinct, at lo o clock in the forenoon of said
day. at the office of said justice in said pre
setters, while there were only three cure on«* or more copies and send to cinct. to a civil action.
will take notice that if he fail to
italic cases, and to suppress the nat friends abroad. Owing to the large ex Defendant
answer said oomplaint. John Clark will
take judgment against him for $227 and
ural, it not justifiable, profanity arising
That they will
have placed the pric«* at 10 cents per the costs and disbursements of this order,
from the situation, the order was given
I an wmvivi
order of nuiv
the attached property’
copy, or three for a quarter, It is tilt* 1 H im stimino! is to
i.e published sjx wee)-8 -y
to “disregard italics.” In its protest
greatest achievement in country jour-1 the tamhill Conntv Reporter, by order of
| said justice made Nov. 22, 1887.
that it takes occasion to make against
nalism yet produced, east or west.
F enton A F enton .
S. F. H arming ,
the habit which many writers have of
Att’ys. forPlff. Justice of the Peace.
J. B. Fuson called yesterday while 37.
They also have a SMALL LOT of
trvmg to give strength to a weak style in the city. From
him we learned
Hardware, Tinware, Etc., Etc.,
bv profuse use of italics, the Globe further particulars
That will also be sold
Dmn.H r,it in entitled to the support of Dayton fire. The
mill belonged to
the editorial profession generally. It Mr. Ball, of North Yamhill, and lie
says: “It is by no means a proof of had bargained it to a Mr. Byres outlie Hair Cutting,
They have a few
the strength of an arti« k to see the day previous to the fire. He, (Byres)
smoothness and regularity of its ap had gon«1 then* to remove the machin
pearamr thus destroyed and defaced. ! ery. and while there the mill was
Perhaps it would not be overstating burned along with his team. He claims
the case to say that italics bear the
That will be sold
Ladies and children’s work a specialty.
same relation to writing that profanity night, hence he concludes that it was
have just added to my parlor the
dose to speech, oaths are the italics fired by some on«* for the purpose of largest and
finest stock of < igars ever in thL
oity. fry them.
When yon want anything in that line yon
of the ignorant in conversation: ami
will consult vour own interest as well a»
The bridge across the river was in
italic» are the oaths of the weak in
ours to call and see us. We think we can suit
danger, but prompt effort saved it.
you. fry it.
A, H. A O <1. HODSON.
Mr. F. and others left their farms and
An exchange tells a story of a boy went to the rescue.
who was sent to market with a sack of
Dan Morgan has been captured and
roasting ears, and after lingering about safely lodged in his old quarters in
town all day, came home without sell the Multumah county jail. The two
ing them. \\ lien asked by his mother important points of difference in his
why he had mx sold the corn, he said case now and then are that he has
no one asked him what was in the not got ex-Jailer Doughtety for a
sack. How many of our merchants kee|>er. and he is held under indict
are like the boy? They have goods ment foj murder instead of witness on
>o | CITY TRICK.
tor sale but they fail to tell what is in a charge pending against appeal for
Having purchased the Strain property, and
their sack. If you expec t to aell goods the same crime. He knew nothing rille< arrian. Hack» and permanently located in McMinnville, am
ready to do all kinds of Truck and DsliV”
in this day and age of the world, you about the indictment before he was
,ry Work at abort notice. All goods en
must open the sack and show the mer confronted by judge Stearns. This
true ted to our oare will be carefully handled,
And everything in the Livery hire.
its of your stock in trade, by judicious
and promptly delivered.. Also keep on hand
completely overwhelmed him for a
in good shape
Wood of all kinds aa cheap ns the cheapest
moment, but in a few seconds he re-
Orders left at the City Drug store will bs
At Kranonable Rate«.
promptly attended to.
J. J. COLLARD-
D. C. IBKLAMD 4 CO. PUBLI8HKKH.
Garrison Opera House,
-+GOACH WHIP STRING BAND*
A. H. & 0. 0. HODSON
SELL FOR CASH
Low for Cash..
15c SHA\ ING 15c.
UVERÏ,FEED AND SALE STABLES
LOGAN BROS. 4 HENDERSON.
Low for Cash.