The daily reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1887, November 27, 1886, Image 2

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    MISCELLANEOUS.
MI SC E LLA N EOUS.
ders of these houses were taught by
experience how to overcome the diffi­
C. IRKI.AtfD a CO. pt HI.ISHKBS
culties they encountered. Even the
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few enterprises that started in a large
>ub»< riplion II m I« ».
By Carrier per week ........................1" cents way that have proved successful have
(Payable on Saturday.)
been founded and managed by men
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By Mail 10 cents per Month (In Advance.) who gained their wisdom and skill by
TIME IS MONEY!
■ate* lor tdiertising
long service in building up Bimiliar
iiiade s .tisf.'ictor.v to all applicants.
undertakings from very small begin­
Nov. 27 1886 nings. A b a rule men of this kin<
McM mm i If, • h
succeed in what they undertake, be­
SAVE
cause
they
combine prudence with
>/ I //; 7 /A1.VC7-.S
enterprise, and never venture lievom
Time and Money by
The board to de'iermine state taxes their depth.
have made an estimate of the prob­
VERY LOW.
EDITORIAL notes .
able cxpeiee-' of the -late for the year
calling at
They also have a SMALL LOT of
18H7 They figure that $279.139 71
“(’all no man happy till he dies,”
will be required. Receipts and bal­ said the ancient Greek sage, Mr. F.
W. REDMONDS Hardware, Tinware, Etc., Etc.,
ancea on hand iggrcgntc $124.850, Arthur, when vice-presidential can-
That will also be sold
leaving $ 1 54.289 81 to
raised by didate, was the target for all manner
Low for Cash.
taxation. Ho« taxation is apportion­ «>f course innuendo and vile abuse,
They have a few
THE
ed among the several counties is Dead, he is eulogized by every
shown in the following table of the newspaper. Is it well to reserve al
PLOWS, HARROWS,
aj»ses«c<i valuation of each county and compliment, all good words for the
Goods are going off
*EEI)ERS And
the amount of expense chargiible ! > cold ear of death, and piling invec­
RAIA WAGOX h
tive on the setisative ear of life refuse LIKE HOT
each :
CAKES.
That will be sold
CoUlltleH,
Vaiasti >n Amt ohgd. the just due of humanity till he who
$2,349,256
$4,5$ 1 <>5
Beker
6,20 i 97 is the subject of remark is alike in
4’10,7 0
Low for Cash.
Hsulou
< ls< ksillHH
4.901 26 different to praise or blame?
2,5! >.020
i.ow.. 29
a.iAHt lOf.
Clsteou
When yon want anything in that line yos
C<»1. Ingersoll, in a recent address,
7*1,186
l,4p4 38
And
Time
Coliunbia
will consult your own interest as well u
....
1,2*S$1$
2,512 7!» declares that “no man has a right to
Coos
ours to call and see us. We think we can suit
1,317,7-’*
2.628 o6
Cr»ok
you. Try it.
A, H. 4 O. 0. HODSON
own
more
land
than
he
can
use,
an<
(11,667
-
St)-» 6o
Curry
for
Bargains
is
short
Douglas
■5,UJ8 74 no man who wants land to use ought
1,17'.». 722
2,00 10
Gnmt
The Boston
2,760,230
Gilliam
•5,382 43 tn be deprived of it.’’
2,214,316
Jaokvon
4,317 92
Advertiser replies: “But when the
618,921
l,80<i !*>
Josephine ...
Id Stil Kt 11
709,236
1,183 io mutual rights of men are arraigned on
CALL TO-DAY
.
l.$k>,062
3.188
Lake
3,08»,«9 ■
7,779 91 such a basis there will still remain to
Lane
.5,23.5.W
Linn
10.210 00 vex his philosophy the fact that a
1,957,.306
M m non
8,666 98
For no man knowetli
H4O,’Ä4
Morrow
1.638 6H great many men will want to use the
36, .585 14
.. 18,761,610
Multniiinsh
same corner lot.” Thia is not a good
2,931,(151
■5,715 55
Polk...
WHAT
5.55 92 answer.
-’Sft.li'l»
Tillamook
Air, earth, and water belong
.
. 4,;wo,«t;5
llmatilln
8.386 29
Ao. 1 CITY TRITE.
There is
. 2,795,107
5.4.51 01 in some sense, to mankind.
Union
Comes to-morrow.
.. 2,518,1«)
4,910 39 enough for all.
Waaso
It is against public
Having purchased the Strain property, and
. 2,901,080
5,078 28
Waahingtim
permanently located in McMinnville, am
^(W8,6(U
Yaiubdl
7,875 46 policy for individuals to own immense
ready to do'all kinds of Truck and Deliv­
F. W. REDMOND ery
tracts of land. One need not be a
Work at short notioe. All goods en­
$79,122,973 $184,289 71
Total
trusted to our oare will be carefully handled,
Communist
in
order
to
recognize
the
Among the items included in the
and promptly delivered, klso keep on band.
Wood of ali kinds as cheap as the cheapest
$279,189.71, are $6,
yn.uw
(MX) for
lor the ex­ injustice of such a distribution of land.
Orders left at the City Drug store »ill be
penses of the state board of immigra­ One need not be a communist inorder
promptly attended to.
J. J. COLLARD.
tion, $5,000 for the state board of agri­ to recognize the injustice of such a
culture, $1 1.620,86 for coveying insane distribution of land hb exists, for in­
to the asylum. including $4.420,86 stance, in Great Britian. The tend­
now owing, $17,JOO for printing and ency in thia country is in the same
Lat« of New Orleans, La.,
Hair Cutting, Shaving and Sham«
binding, including a deficiency of $8,- direction, but the absence of entail
makes
our
future
less
menacing
than
peeing Parlor.
Pile« and Fiwtula a Spe
300, $7.000 for the support of the deaf
it
would
otherwise
be.
Still
it
would
mule school, $6.700 for carrying
ciality. Consultation
15c SHAVING 15c.
convicts to the penitentiary, $4,- be good policy to limit the ownership
free. Ao Cure
of
land,
especially
bjt
aliens.
(I'D for the blind school, $2,«500
Ao Pay.
A delightful bit of cable news is the
C. H. FLEMING, Proprietor.
to buy books for the state library
statement
that
Emperor
William
and
(Successor to A. 0. Wyndham.)
for state library. $600 for pilot coni-
KmpreiM
Augusta
have
decided
to
l-OF
Ofhoe
with
H.
V.
V.
Johnson,
M
D.,
Ladies and children’s work a specialty.
miasioncra, $600 (or the clerk, $35,0(1»
McMinnville, Oregon.
fW~I have just added to my parlor the
for salaries of supreme court judges, confer medals on exemplary persons
largest and finest stock of cigars ever in this
I
who
celebrate
their
golden
and
dia
­
etc., $68,500 fur the insane asylum,
ST. CHARLES HOTEL city. Try them.
$26,710 for the penitentiary, $35,000 mond weddings. The inscription to
AT < »JVC in xi ville
for the legislature and $5,000 fur the be placed on the medals is taken
r. MULTNES. Prop.,
electric light at the state public build from St Paul's spittle to the Romans,
Corner Third and B streets.
mgs These an« among the principal and reads thus; “Rejoicing in hope,
patient in tribulation, continuing .’nOMlIVNVILB.K . . OKFGOIN
items m the list
steadfast in prayer.” To get even New house! New furniture! Unsurpassed
in the oonntry Rates—$1 to $2 per day ac-
THE ROAD rt> I'ROV'ERriY.
with the Germans the French gov­ oonding to room. Single meals 25 cents.
35 ti .50 cents according to room.
The Evening Telegram thus editor- ernment may possibly decide to have Lodging,
Board and Lodging. $4 to $6, per week. Two
tine Sample ltooma for commercial men.
laly endorsee Uncle Ezra; The history a lot of divorce medals struck off.
Give
me a call and see for yourself.
John 8. Phelps, an ex-governor of
of the last flftj years of business in the
I’tilled (Ratos teems with the same Missouri and a noted man in his day.
lwMons. There is no royal road to died last week He was military gov­
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pn>s|HTity. The bights of perma­ ernor of Arkansas during the civil
war
and
for
eighteen
years
a
member
nent success can be attained only by
Fiae Carriage«, Hack* and
steady clunbiug. skip b) step, over of oongHMM from the Npriugfold die
Saddle Horse«,
toilsome and often vary ruggtai paths Ariel of Missouri. He was nearly 72
years old and was generally beloved
And everything in the Livery hire.
Thera are very few strong business by the j«rupie of hi, state Mrs. .1 H
in good shape
conearus m (his country that began Montgomery of Portland was a daugh­
At Reasonable Rate»
on a large scale. Nearly all started ter of Gov. Phelps.
Th» Daily Reporter.
A. H. & 0. 0. HODSON
î
F
0*11
M oot ‘ îa o u iS A O K l
HEATING
& COOK
SELL FOR CASH
DR.J C. TAYLOR,
McMMlí
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES
LOGAN BROS. & HENDERSON,
■•WMWf p»l«P* F*‘"
r time if* where yw
vbxe .
a .s
plM worth «LN
►
with but little capital, and earned
It has been suggested that the Choral
their prceeut dimcnsioua and power J Union (
by thrift, industry and perseverance. curing i
In the day of their weakness the foun- hearsals.