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The Daily Reporter
PRICE TWO CENTS.
I would not only see homes
made free from attachment from
What Col. Bob. Ingersoll Says.
but free from taxation also.
entered in the Postoffioe at McMinnville for
Great wealth is the mother of Then we would have a nation of
Transmission Through the Mails as Sec
ond Class Matter.
ti resides and a nation of pat riots.
There is only one good; hu-
The first great remedy is in
E. L. E. WHITE.
the ballot. The poor are the ma
D. C. IRELAND A Co ,
If the law oppresses them
To do right is the bud, bios
The Daily Reporter.
som and*fruit of wisdom.
lowed the fife and drum of some
rn D aily R xpobteb is issued every day
If nobody has too much party. No man should go with
u the week exoept Sundays, and is delivered
in the oity at 10 oents per week. By mail, 40
a party unless it is going his
jents per month in advanoe. Rates for ad- everybody will have enough.
Third Nt.. < ippomte
tertising same as for T hb W eekly R epobteb .
Look at the children of the way.
YAMHILL CO. BANK.
Get out of your minds that
D on ' t F orget the P lace ,
Bok A JO PriMtUgo
old nonsense about man’s free
We beg leave to announoe to the public ment for being rich.
that we have just added a large stock of new
Wealth is not a crime nor is1 moral agency. A man is no
- W here you will—
joreities to our business, and make a special-
more responsible for his charac
Ü Letter Heads. Bill Heads. Note Heads, poverty a virtue, although virtue
ter than for his bight, or for
meuts. Business Cards, Ladies Calling
Card.«. Ball Invitations (new designs) Pro- has generally been poor.
his acts than his dreams. Then
pgmmes. Posters, and all descriptions of
will have charity for the
fork. Terms favorable. Call and be oon-
I don’t blame the rich, mind
D. C. IRELAND A CO.
you; they are the natural prod whole human race.
I have no fear of the working-
E. E. GOUCHER. M. D. ucts of the svstem.
He is with us all the time,
aid his enemies are no greater
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
The poor imagine that the tljan those of the rich. But this
rich live in Paradise. I know is not the country for the social
Office and reeidenoe. oorner of Third and that the most of them live in a ist, the revolutionist or the com-
Ditreets. next to the poetoffice.
ldunist. It is the l>est gover- Furnmbuig <»'« h 1» of all kind, and above
all THE LOWEST PRICE*. Alan a««nta
There is something wrong in utnt ever made by the human for the
rice, and with free speech, a free
McCain & Hurley,
the system when idleness is billot and a free press the condi-
burdened with wealth and i in- t»ns of the world ami society
AND NOTARIES PI BLIC,
nmst be changed for the better. Carrying a fall line of all good» made by
dustrv with famine.
tbeee oeTebrated mille.
Lafayette. Oregon J
No perfectly civilized m
Especial attention paid to abstracts of title
RING TH e ” c HANGES.
•nd settlement of estates in probate.
W. T. BAXTER.
F. J. MARTI«.
could be happy while there a
Offioe—Jail buiding. up stairs.
an unhappy being in the ui
Hing Oul the Old — Hing ill New Firm. New Goods, New Prices
verse that he knew.
Mrs. M. Shadden
At the New More of
I am not afraid of monopolies. In view of some change« in the busi
ness world, as well a* among produe-
Fashionable Dressmaker. The people will stand oppression I ere and laborers, it is well that we
to a certain point, and then the
E^“The Taylor System of Cutting and Fit
should one and all think of our own
Hacotwaora to Al. Hl’ssEY,
end will come.
Third atrwt, MoMninvilie. Oregon
interests as well as that of other», and
The gulf is growing wide be 1 <>nce in awhile call a halt, take ac-1
Third street, Next to Bishop A Kay s store,
tween Lazarus and Dives, only ' ' count of what stock we have on hand,
the two have changed places. whether it be in cattle, horeee, mer-
M r *, a . M c D onald .
M iss K. T hobjtf ■»
ueet and rJeao eU--h. Everv art
Dives is in Abraham’s bosom. ' chandise or farms, and ascertain for i A A n.w,
N<>. I. Fruit Jar», B<itl*r Crock«, <
oprselve» our present condition and
GI m HU*, Cutlery, ( aend '•<••<», To
All men are not capable of i fsture prosjiecta, and make such
bacco Pifm and Cigar«.
Dressmaking. getting a living now. . ome are changes from time to time as each of Treeb Trult and Vegetable* ie l«»ae
mv eb. k, tad 1
not cunning enough, not strong uh , after mature deliberations, find our will guarantee price« IiMpert
In Mrs. H. P. Stuart's Millinery Store.
U> mit yoa.
enough, not stingy enough.
better judgment« may indicate. In
OPP< »SITE GRANGE HALL,
Family Grocery Store
O bboon .
Millions of machineshave been j to vou on or about New .. year», New
THE CLOTHIERS :
Hazier i Martin
ta Tue.; ta
DR.I C. TAYLOR,
Late of New < »rieana, La..
invented to save labor, but the la-
Xew Good*. *nd
Third Street, MeMinnnUe, <Fr«goa.
borer does not own the machine, change in the management of the
The machine owns the laborer. Busineea which I tru-t may prove to
J. Harv. Henderson
Piles and Fistula a Spe
No mu . rfxwM
b. , ,
7' m new that it tn be adopted,
ciality. ( on*ti I la t ion
own any land that he does not It will, upon investigation, • he found
tree. \o Cure
use; but I would not take an simple and just to one and all. The
inch of land from any man with time is pact when a man can sell good«
on one year or for an indefinite penod,
fr* <MBoe with H V. V. Johnson. M
out paving for it.
and compete with thoae who sell ex-
lie Minn rille, Oregon.
A civilized man will never eituively for cash. I »hall on or about NT. < II »RLE*
want to sell a thing for more Jan let introduce to you a «y-tem
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want to buy anything for less the credit and the cash «rtema. and
none of the ¿¡«advantage* of either
TEAMS AYD TRICKS than what it is worth.
A J. Amt.oi,
I would like to see this world
Logan Bro« A Hendereon. offer« hm
*rn<** in that line to the publie, and will
so that a man could die and not In view of the change soon to take
fòia ranter Satisfaction feel that he had left hie wife place. I desire aD account* to be »et*
and children a prey to the greed ; tied by the l»t of Jan. A word to the
To an wb<
or avarice or the necessities of, wise is «ufioenL Call and «etile.
A. J. Amuoa.
u the nable wiM be promptly