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Th® Daily Reporter.
THE PROHIBITION VOTE.
Bitter opposition in the election of
Senator Hearst is agitating the demo
cratic mind in California. Some of
the democratic papers of the state are
flinging epithets of the most unlovely
Rugged bluntness of
speech is one of the attractive charac
teristics of the political press of our sis
Surprise at some unexpected results
of the November elections have pre
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vented the bestowal of proper atten
By Carrier per week ......................... 1" cents tion on the prohibition vote. It was
(Payable on Saturday.)
at first thought that this vote had
Single Copy........................... "
By Mail M) oents per Month (In Advance.)
fallen off to such an extent that it did
Hat«*» far AdvartiaiMg
Will l<e made tiatisfaotory to all applicants. not promise to be an important factor
in '88. But there is no falling off. On
the contrary there is an increase in lo
calities where it is least desired by
those who desire republican success.
That they will
New York Evening Post is one of On?rn
A Christmas Htory, telling how six
those unrelenting enemies of the re ver
SELL FOR CASH
young men, many years ago, spent
publican party from whom it is possi Fast Time, Sure Connection, New Equipment
their (’hristmas eve, in playing Santa ble to get useful lessons. That paper
225 Miles Shortest
They also have a SMALL LOT of
Claus among the poor of a manufactu has been looking after the prohibition
Hardware, Tinware, Etc.. Etc
20 Hours Less Time.
ring village in the East, filling a large contingent of the democratic party
sleigh with goods and masquerading and finds that instead of losing Aocommooations unsurpassed for oomfort
That will also be Sold
and safety. Fares and Freights MUCH
as the .Saints from Wonderland, will
LESS than by any other route between all
Low for Cash.
gains in nearly or quite every state in in Willamette valley and San Francisco.
apjvear in the Christmas number of
the Union in which they have a party
They have a few
the R epoktek .
organization. Returns indicate that
Thia will be followed by a thrilling the vote which the party gave to St.
narrative “The Tunnel of Death, or John in 1884, has been more than
To San Francisco
BAIN W AGONS
Life in the (»real Prison Pen,” at El doubled this year. We give in the
DAILY PASSENGEH TRAINS,
That will be sold
mira, N. Y., in '61. This story em
cast in flic two previous years in the
braces all the attributes of an active
Low for Cash.
»rincipnl eastern, middle, and western
drania in real life, mingling the sun states, together with that for this year,
When you want anything in that line vnn
quina at 7:10 a. m.
will consult your own interest as well«
shine with the shadows. It tells of so far as it has been received. Most of Oregon and California, West side, trains ourato
call and see us. We think wee»« J!
you. Try it.
A, H. & 0 0f HODSON*
connect at Corvallis.
many devices made by rebel prisoners this year’s figures are semi-official, and
to escape, at the same time giving a are not likely to vary much from those
The Oregon Development Company’s
of the official count. Those for New
pen picture of the silent city of the
York are based upon returns received
dead wherein lay resting the bones of by the Voice, as are those for several Steamship Yaqtiina City
5,000 Confederate dead.
of the western States :
1 885 1886.
From San Franoisoo,
A’A'irs AND NOTES.
3,953 Saturday.... Nov. 27 Saturday....
New Hampshire. 1,571
Dec. 9 Thursday....
“It is strange," said Senator Evarts, Vermont
“ 21 Tuesday
a few days ago, “that in administer Massacli usetts... 9,923 4,71 1 8,160 Sunday....... Jan. 2 Sunday.
4.810 Friday............ “ 14 Friday
ing justice, the wisdom of this world Connecticut
The Company reserves the right to change
Ao. I CITY TRICK,
for 6,000 years has discovered no other Total...... . ..17,711
days. Fares, between Corvallis and
. 24,999 30,86735,000 ban hrancisco, Rail and Cabin, *14; Rail
way than for each side to hire a man New .Jersey.
Having purchased the Strain property,and
. 6,153 ........ 19,579 and Steerage, $9.88.
located in McMinnville, am
to exaggerate their aide, and then try Pennylvania .15,283 15,046 28,836
For information apply to
ready to do all kinds of Truck and Deliv
to And out what is the truth between
CHAS. C. HOGUE,
ery Work at short notice. All goods en
Total........ -46,435........... 83.415
Acting Gen. F. and Pass. Agent.
trusted to our care will be carefully handled,
Corvallis, Oregon and promptly delivered. Also keep on hand
Sunset Cox ia now generally regard Indiana........ . 11,069 28,081 31,000
Wood of all kinds aS cheap as the cheapest.
. 3,028 .......... 9.000
ed as the coming man on the demo Illinois........ -12,074........... 20,000
Orders left at the City Drug store will be
promptly attended to.
J. J. COLLARD.
Michigan.... .18,403 13,95035,000
cratic aide of the house. There is no Minnesota...
TIME IS MONEY!
• 4,684 .......... 12,000
donht that Mr. Cox intends to play an
important part. There is no question Graud totals... 113.404
that lie holds himself ready to be Massachusetts is the only state that
either speaker or the leader of the par does not show an increase over the
Huir Cutting, Shaving and sham«
ty on the Hour of the Imase. Ina vote cast for St. John. The showing
conversation a few nights ago he stat ia significent in general and in detail. Time and Money by
ed ns much, and did not fail to recall It is, in fact, the one dark cloud in the
15c SHAVING 15c.
the fact that he organized the appro republican horizon. This fact may
C. H. FLEMING, Proprietor.
priations committee, the committee as well be faced at once.
(Suocessor to A. C. Wyndham.)
on ways and means and other leading problem for the republican party toj
and children’s work a specialty.
committees of (he house on their pres solve is how to bring back those of its
ZW~I have just added to my parlor the
ent basis, and that he led the way of members who have gone into this
largest and finest stock of cigars ever in this
the tariff reform before the other tariff movement ; the movement that de
c ty. Try them.
reformers of tin* present congress were feated the republican ticket in ’84 and
is chietlv depended upon by demo
I rof. boater, the meterologiat, of crats to help them through in '88.
Goods are going otr
Burlington, Iowa, publishes his pre
diction of a great storm periml extend
ing from l>ec 4th to 7th, during which,j message before it is written and laying LIKE HOT
he says, will occur some of the most
deatrnctive winter storms of recent . 1 last session of the forty-ninth and the
years. ' Those
- — will be much of first session of the fiftieth congress, the j
the same nature as the great blixxard 8 Washington correspondent is up to his
of last January. Heavy snow and eyes in work.
high winds will greatly impede rail-
lor Bargains is short
I he working world cannot afford to
way travel, and he advise* the rail
ways to prepare for blockades that disjvense with the rest which Sunday
Fine Carriage*, Hack* and
will occur in the western states about affords. Any attempt to secularize
Dec. .»th, and reach the eastern states Sunday, to make it like any other day
And everything in the Livery hire,
There will be energetic m the week, is .. blow at the poor.l F«>I* IIO 1111111 kllOWetll
in good shape
electrical disturbances that will affect But those extremists who, in various'
At Reasonable Rate*.
telegraph and telephone lines. He states, are pushing prosecutions for
•wtiests that many lives and much trivial violations obsolete Sunday laws
property can be saved from loss by are doing more to break down “the
making preparations fur this storm Christian Sabbath” than all the free I
thinkers tn the United States.
D. (!. 1KEI.AM» <t CO. I'l’MI.ISHEKS.
A. H. & 0. 0. HODSON
Only Route via Taquina Bay
| LIVERY, FEED ANO SALE STABLES
LOGAN BROS. & HENDERSON,
F. W. REDMOND.