The daily reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1887, November 30, 1886, Image 4

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    MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS.
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
VIA
MCMINNVILLE
The Oregon and California R. R.
And Connections.
TIME, 21
DAYS.
PIONEER BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
Fare from Portland to San Francisco $32:
to Sacramento. $30.
Close connections made at Ashland with
stage« of the California. Oregon and Idaho
stage company.
(DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.)
Is the best place to get y00r
goods for the Holidays.
fore purchasing tor yourself
or family, it will pay youto
CALL AND EXAMINE
my goods which are warrant,
ed as represented. Having
Ea«t side Di vision.
it HETAVEEA I’OIC I I t'O A A«HLANI)
Hail Train.
it«
ARRIVE.
LEAVE.
Portland ...
a . m . Ashland........ 4:00 A. M.
Ashland.. . H;l5r. M. Portland....... 3:45p. M.
Albany Express Train.
ARRIVE.
LEAVE.
Portland... .4^0 p.
Lebanon... 4:45 a
m .
m
Lebanon.... 8:20 p
Portland... 10:05 a .
M.
M.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars
daily In-tween Portland and Ashland.
The < i. A
K. K. Ferry makes connection
with all the regular trains on the east side
division from foot of F street.
Low Prices to Suit
Times, and where you won't have to Pay
for rips on your boots and shoes. Boots made and
repaired at short notice. Sign of the BIG BOOT,
Opposite the Grange Store.
P. F. I »TO Wile,
West Mde Division.
HET. FOR I I. AM» A M> < ORA’ Al.1.1«.
Hail Train.
LEAVE.
ARRIVE.
Portland... 7:3" a . M. McM’nville. 10:12 a . B
McM’nville 10:13 a . m . Corvallis.. . 12:25 p. a
Corvallis.. 1:80 p. M. McM’nville. 3:43 p. «
McM’nville 3:44 p M. Portland.. . 0:15 p. s
At Corvallis connect with trains of the
< Iregon Pacific for
VtiquiHa
llitii.
Express Train.
LEAVE.
ARRIVE.
Portland ...4:50 p. m . McM’nville. .8« <• p . m .
McM’nville .5:45 a . m . Portland .. 9:00 a . m .
Local ticket« for sale and baggage checked
at the company’s up-tow. oftice. corner of
Pine and Second streets. Tickets for prin­
cipal points in California can only be pro­
cured at company’s office. Corner F and
Front streets Portland. Or.
Frieght will not lie received for shipment
after five o'clock p. m. on either the east or
E. F ROGERS,
west side divisions.
G. F.A- P. Agent.)
K. KOEHLER.
Manager.
larin
“
T'oi*
*s»le.
'‘RES U in cultivation: 6
rnnles south west of Sheridan.
PRICE
$ft9OOOe
THE «BEAT
TRANSCONTINENTAL
»
ROUTE
ORTHERNfiACIEIC
I I I I I IMI I I I I It I I I I I I I I ! I I II I I I I
mi i mi 111
BE
SHOKEST! I
Till
IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIITHE
DIKECT HOI TE!
Lowest Rates
TO
EA*T
DINING CAK 1.1 N E,','
NO DELAYS’
FASTENT TRAINS!
To CHICACO and all points EAST,
Tickets sold to all PHO.VIIYENT POINTS
Throughout the East and Southeast.
BO! AD
PAKKEXGERS!
HF BE CAREFUL AND DO NOT MAKE A MISTAKE—BUT BE SURE
------ TO TAKE THE-------
For further information address R.G. Worth­
ington, Sheridan, Or., or Wright .t- Ellis,
Dallas. Or.
And see that j our ticket reads via Portland and
MoMIXNVILLE
Business College,
»
Cor. d and C Streets.
OVER YAMHILL COUNTY BANK,
"The Hu nd ret h Man.” a novel by
Fiank R. Stockton, author of “The
Lady or the Tiger?” etc., begins in
November. Two novelettes by Geo.
W. Cable, stories by Mary Hallock
Foote, "Uncle Remus,” Julian Haw­
thorne, Edward Eggleston and other
prominent American authors will be
printed during the year.
«FECIAL FEAT! HE«
I* A om Open.
To avoid changes and serious delays occasioned by other routes. Through
Emigrant Sleeping Cars are run on Regular fixpress Trains Full
Length of the Line. Berths Free.
LOWEST RATES!
¿J------- FT'
QUICKEST TIME!
------- o-------
(.E5F.U1I, OFFICE OF THE COMPANY,
Attention is respectfully invited to this
BUSINESS
St. PAUL or MINNEAPOLIS.
No. 2 Washington St., Portland, Oregon.
A.
SCHOOL.
Its facilities for thorough practical instruc­
tion: actual business department a specialty
where currency, bank check, drafts, etc., are
used. Class, or private instrnotion day or
evening. College Journal sent free on’ap.
plication.
1». CHARLTON, General Western Passenger Agent.
O ET tlio BF
HENDERSON BROS.
Crayon Portrait Work a Specialty.
P. O. Box 101
City Stables.
G. R. HIGGINS, Pnn.
(with illustrations) include a series of
a . h . oimrr.
articles on affairs in Russia and Sibe­ w. ». ovari » et.
----
AT
THE
-----
ria, by George Kennan, author of
"Tent Life in Siberia, who has just EURISKO MARKET,
returned from a most eventful visit to
Siberian prisons; papers on the Food
ffi
Question, with reference to its bearing
—ARE THE—
Where
the
beet
of
meats can always be found
on the Labor Problem ; English Cathe­
and
at
the
moat
reasonable
prices,
where
Leading
Photographers
of Oregon,
drals ; Dr. Eggleston’s Religious Life the loin of bed is divided with our custom­
in the American colonies; Men and ers. Meats done up in the latest stvlea,
HEIR GALLK u 1 Is the l.argeat and
women of Queen Anne's reign, bv Mrs. an good weights given. Give ns a oall. T ’lost ( onipi kt on the Pacific Coast,
lours truly,
Oliphant Clairvoyance. Spiritualism,
29 WASHINGTON ST.,
Ample room to care for horses,
W. J. Carrison & Co.
Portland, Oregon.
Astrology, etc, by the Rev. J. M
teams at as reasonable rates as any where
W Take the Elevator,
Oregon. New stable Third St.. McMinn’’.-
Buckley. D D, editor of the Christian
, Advocate astronomical pa|>ers; arti­
cles throwing light on Bible history,
SAITCSL GOTT,
etc.
CITY MARKET,
PMII Fa
t
FHF.E COFY.
Kubm nption price, |4.00 a year, 35
cents a numbor l^ealers, poatinaateni,
and the publishers take subaeriptions.
Send for our beautifully illustrated 24-
page catalogue (free containing full
pro«)>ectus of the War Series at a very
low price. A specimen copy (back
number) will be sent on request. Men­
tion this paper.
Can you afford to be without the
Century?
SOPEK EROS.,
Late of Independence, having purchased tb»
— healers nt -
FRED. F. KELLER, Prop.,
Dry l.ootiw. Clothing, Gro­
ceries, Glana & Queen*"
Successor to W F. Bangasaer.
ware, Tinware and
Bangasser's building. Cor B and Third St*.
■“—O’"—
Motion«.
H. re is where you can get vonr monev’s
worth in
1
Beef, Pork. Mutton. Sausage. Tripe,
WILLAMINA
-
.
.
OREGON.
TEAMS AND TRl tk*
Of Logan Bros A Henderson. «•**“*
servioes in that line to the public, and
---- o——
We've oome to stay, and brought our
and everything in the line of meats, of the knitting with ns. and all we ask is for the
**** quality the country affords. Also the
people to oall. examine our goods, make
known their wants, and get our prioes.
Best of Bolognas.
N. B. We deal on a cash basis, and pay
THE CENTURY CO. New York.
the highest cash price« for all kinds of pro
Give me a oall and be Mtiafled.
dnoe, hides, pelts, ete.
Guarantee sati«iact'°n
To all who favor him with their t*1*?*1*^
He will keep a wagon specially adapt**’
delivery of parocK trunks “tohe‘?.ufi
the aocomodation of the publio.
at the wtaHe wilt be promptly attend«» w