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About The daily reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1887 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 27, 1886)
M ISC ELL AN EOU S BUSIN ESS.
PUBLIC SCHOOL COMPOSITION.
F. M. Davis, a druggist of Mon
is situated chiefly
mouth, went to Portland last Monday
week and sold a span <4 homes at in the North Temperate Zone. The
Godard's stables. He received the oceans which surround North Amer
piirchase money, over ♦300, and de ica are the Arctic, Atlantic ami I aci-
parted, since which time all trace of tic. The broadest part of North Amer
him has been lost. He is a steady ica is in the north ; the warmest part
man of family, forty-five years old and|jH ¡n t|je gouth. Its great gulfs am
his wife ami friends are in great dis bays are in the south while in the in
tress concerning his sudden and pro terior are its great plains ami valleys,
1 which extend from the warm waters
tracted absence. He suddenly
the hotel without settling his bill orlf the Guli uf Mexico to the icy coasts
taking his property. He was J?'”11' of the Arctic ocean. The rocky raoun
three days before his absence was no'|tainH reach from the northern to the
ticed. Letters have been received Louthern part of North America, and
PIONEER BOOT ANO SHOE STORE.
Is the best place to get your
goods tor the Holidays. Be-
fore purchasing tor yourself
or family, it wiH pay
CALL AND EXAMINE
my goods which are warrant,
ed as represented. Having
Low Prices to Suit
Times, and where you won t have to Pay
from his home, saying he has not yet forn) a pftrt of the largest chain in the
returned. I He
‘ is 5 feet 8 inches high, | worid. North America lies in three
demi-brunette, grey eyes, brown hair zones: North Temperate, Torrid, and
for rips oil your boots and shoes. Boots made and
and thin brown beard.
It therefore has every
repaired at short notice. Sign of the BIG BOOT,
Franz Althaber.the bridegroom who degree of temjierature from intense
mysteriously disappeared two weeks heat of Central America to the per-
Opposite the Grange .Store
ago in Astoria, is still missing, *n<UpetuaI frosts in the northern part of
though $1,250 reward has been efl’ered,1 British America.
THE Lili E AT
not the slightest clue to his fate or his these extremes of climate is the coun-
whereabouts has been found. It is in Itry we live in which is remarkable for
deed the most mysterious disappear the abundance and variety of its pro
ance in the annals of Oregon. The ducts. North America is warmer in
young man owns a tine farm, and is the south because it is more directly
worth $8,000 or $10,000 Sometime: opposite the sun.
In winter the cold
since I k * met Miss Brinkman who was I I wind of the Arctic regions blow over
residing with her -ister, Mrs. Luebke, the greater part of British America
in Astoria,and the acquaintance ripen and the Middle States, but on the Pa
ed into love. Saturday before his dis cific coast the western winds which
Illi 111111111 ill the din ink car 1.1 ^E/,',7////MO
appearance he got a marriage license, blow over the the ocean are of a much
THE DIRECT KOI TE!
Sundav they wen* married. On Mon milder temperature, therefore the win
ters are severe on the eastern coast
day morning he went down town to
fie? T° CHICACO and all points EAST,
but warm on the western.
XJwWwiU XwMWwM T*vkets sold to all I’lUIHIVEM POINTS
gel a suitable boat to transfer house
C lyde R olland .
Throughout the East and Southeast.
furnishings, etc., to his farm where
TO faAST BOUND PA**E.\GER*!
he ami his young bride were to keep
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
AND DO NOT MAKE A MISTAKE—BUT RE SURE
Hi* returned about live in the
------ TO TAKE THE-------
afternoon ami went into the room The Oregon and California R. R.
where some of his and her friends hail
arrived, bringing wedding present«
and congratulating (hem. bestowing Fare from Portland to San Franoisoo ♦32;
to Sacramento, 130.
their best wishes, etc
He at once be Close connections
And see that your ticket reads via Portland and
made at Ashland with
came the life o! the party, entering HtageH of the California, Oregon and Idaho
into the joyful spirit of (he hour, and
(DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.)
after a little he poured out some liquor
1 o ovoid changes and serious delays occasioned by other routes. Through
East Side Division.
Emigrant Sleeping Cars are run on Regular „Express Trains Full
into several glasses to be handed I HETWEEN l*OH I I. AND A ASHLAND
Length of the Line. Berths Free.
around to the company. As one of
• 4:00 a . m .
the party was about proposing a toast, Portland....X:0» a . m . Ashland
Ashland.... 8:45p. m . I Portland.... .3:45 p. m .
GENERAL OFFICE OF THE COMPANY,
Althniier said,“Hold on. I will be hack
Albany Express Train •
in a second,' and went out. Theguests
Portland... .4s<) p. M.lLebanon i....9:20 p. m
CHARLTON, General Western Passenger Agent.
waited, and presently his wife,opening Lebanon ...4:45 a . m Portland...
P ...1__ 1 10:05 a . m .
the door, said : "Frank, why don’t Pullman Palace Sleeping Care
I' tlx- 111
daily Is-tween Portland atid Ashland.
you conn* in
I here was no resjumse,
and upon going to the door he was with all the regular trains on the east Hide
not to He seen. \s the afternoon wore division from foot of F Htreet.
’ P. F. Browne,
T? *5 +
—=—St. PAUL or MINNEAPOLIS.^^:—
Washington St,, Portland, Oregon.
on. inquiry began to he made, hut no
one had seen him
People living in
the vicinity, men on the road, and in
every direction were questioned, no
one had seen a trace of him. Parties
have been out looking for him, inquiry
has been made everywhere, hut to no
purpose. lie has disappeared as com
pletely as if the ground had opened
up and swallowed him
and particularly his young wife, the
bride of a day. feel very uneasy. His
sud<l«*n and mysterious <lisap|>earanee
can in no way be accounted for, and
the occurrence is as strange an affair
as can well be imagined
Went *ide Division.
HET. PORTLAND AND t’ORVALLIM
.. ... ahhivb .
Portland... 7:3o a . M. MoM’nville. 10:12 a . h
Mc.M'nville 10:13 a . . m
m . Corvaflin..
1:30 p . m . MoM’nville. 8:43 r w’
MoM’nville 3:44 p m . Forliand.
P oi timid. . .. 6:15 p. m "
At Corvallis connect with trains of the
On-gon Pacific for
Leading Photographers of Oregon,
t’ALLEi. 1 is the Largest and
Portland ...4:50 p. m MoM’nville. .8:00 p. m . A
’lo»l ( oiupj ,i on the Pact tic Coast,
MoM’nville .3:45 a . m . Portland ...90' a " ■*
29 WASHINGTON ST.,
Ixtcal tickets for sale and baggage checked
st the oompany n up-town offioe. corner of
1 me and N-cond streets. Tickets for prin- WT Take the Elevator,
ciptil points in (California can only be pro
company’ a s offioe,
office. Corner F and
I ront streets Portland. Or
Fruyht will not be received for shipment
after five o clock p. tn. on either the east or
—DEALEBS IN -
west side divisions.
E. P RlXiF.RS
G FA P. Agent. Drj 1.00(1«, Clothing, Gi*o-
Ti»e hunters in the fox chase with
cerie», GI rnn A c Queens*
Addie Bialy were R, bt McDonald,
la rm Tor Sale
ware, Tinware and
Austin Guinn and Fred Sitton. The
x28O " 'KES. 125 in cultivation; 6
latter waaaccompanied by his faithful . ■
miles south west of Sheridan. WILLAMINA
hounds. They must have run the fox
nearly a hundred miles, anmnd and
°°T* to •*•*’ an<1 brought our
knitting with uh . and all we ask is for the
about St Joe. the Burdettes. McDon
to call, examine our goods, make
alds, Cooke, .Malone, Braly’aand other For further information address R.G Worth
l lxlr V",1*' Rnd Re< oor prioes.
ington. Shendan. Or., or Wnght A Ellis, th,, hi h ; ** dtÄ ’.’n * CRRh basis, and pay
the ‘highest cash prices for all kinds of pro-
duoe. hides, pelts, eto.
Ample room to care for homes,
teams at as reasonable rates a« «»v whets
Oregon. New stable Third St.. McMinnville
Late of Independence, having purchased the
TEAM* AND TRICKS
Of Logan Bros A Henderson, offer« ba
nervioen in that line to the public, and will
To all who favor him with their P*,r?n*£l
He will keep a wagon specially adapted to
delivery of parcels, trunks 8Rtob*jTJtt.’uft
the accomodation of the public. Order« •
at the stable will be promptly attended w