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The Daily Reportere
The (. ho nil union will meet again
next week on Wednesday evening at
I lister Post will elect officers at i First National Bank.
D. C. IRELAND A CO. PUBLISHERS.
In 1862, Wm. Chance, Job Ross, J. Grange hall at one o’clock p. m. on
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- Dec. 9, 1886 W . W elch, Thos. Logan and twenty-
W ortman ...................... President
Gold and silver ladies watches at a J D. acor
P. T hompson ............. Vice-president
others went over from Astoria to
big bargain at the McMinnville jew J ohn W ortman ......................... Cashier
Rev. Mr. Satchwell will attend Grays river in quest of silver mines elry
quarterly meeting at Sheridan, and in that locality. While there W’m.
a General Banking basinees.
A Christmas tree for the benefit of TrsuwcU
lutereat allowed on time depnsiu.
his pulpit here will be filled by Prof. Chance stuck a pick handle in the the public school children, will be Collection«
made on favorable term*.
forks of a tree. Last week Wm. given at Garrison opera house.
Si^ht Exchange and Telegraphic Transfer»
on Sew York. Ban Francisco aud Portland.
Supervisor Jolly has at last com Rehfeld found the pick handle and
The McMinnville Business College Office hour*—from V a. nt. to 4 p. m.
pleted repairs on that bad place beyond returned it to Chance, who recognized is open every evening at 7 o’clock for
Cozine Creek bridge. His gravelled his property by a peculiar grain of students in writing, drawing and book
road just beyond is the boss.
the wood. The pick handle is per keeping.
Clarence Turner wishes it under* fectly sound, and with a wagon wheel
Miss Belle Johnson, teacher of music Represents the following nlerlntK oom pan-
Loudon A Liverpool A Globe, North
stood that in future he will not, under spoke from the Rogue river country, in McMinnville and at McMinnville les:
British A Mercantile. Commercial Union
»ny circumstances, take charge of de forms part of the Astorian armory, college. Residence corner of Second Fira Aaaoeintion, German American, Fwa-
man's Fund, Hnrtford, Commercial, Anglo
layed letters, to be dropped into the and is au evidence of the durability and C Streets.
Nevada, State Investment.
of Oregon timber.
mail car at the depot.
Posters announce that three lectures Wheat inaurauoe a specialty.
In Japan New Year’s day is devoted are to be given at the Christian
Our fellow citizen Griesen lost al
most all of the periodicals due this to calling upon friends and wishing church Friday, Saturday and Sunday
Here I Am.
week by the accident upon the NPR them well ; and one of the little cus evenings, by Prof. T. F. Campbell.
which destroyed the mail and car by toms belonging to this pleasant cer
McMinnville jewelery store is now
nionv is the giving of the shells of a the biggest and largest west of Port
fire a week ago to-day.
Santa Claus will meet the children large kind of mussel called awabi. land and the cheapest in Oregon.
of the public school at Garrison opera The reason for this seemingly worth Wm. Holl, proprietor
Next Monday and Tuesday Apper
house in time for the holidays, but as less and not very elegant gift is that
ha is to be very busily engaged can it is an emblem of the time, long ago, son’» store interior will l>e topsy turvev
when their forefathers were so simple inconsequence of changes in shelving.
not tell us the date at present.
frugal that their food was princi Call now, and then after these im
Hodsons have a superb stock of
stoves, ranges, etc., as fine as the pally the mussels, which they gather provements are made.
Why do you pay for inferior silver
finest, and a little cheaper than the ed on the rocks by the sea-shore. The
table ware big prices, if
cheapest. Don’t buy till you price
Hodsons stock ; cook, heating or par conection, against the danger of two you get at the McMinnville jewelry
great delicacy and luxuary.
store, Wm. Holl, the best and finest
A very important petition relating
can be had for the same price.
to the Third street improvement, was
Most Rev. Wm. H. Gross, Archbish
In view of the change soon to take
referred to this office at the last meet place, I desire all accounts to be set op of Oregon, will preach at the Cath
ing of the council, which we regret tled by the 1st of Jan. A word to the olic church next Sunday, the 12th.,
at the 10:30 o’clock mass, and in the
very much to say got swamped before wise is sufficient. Call and settle.
A. J. A pperson . evening, at 7 :30 ; also next Monday
Candy, Nuts, Toys and Pres-
at the same hour. Arch Bishop Gross
Bishop & Kay* are prepared to com
is one of the eminent speakers of the onto for every body.
pete with any’ line of goods in their
stock, no matter where put up. They
A visit to Dr. Green’s Laboratory,
buying 5 lbs or over will be
wish to have everybody call, and take at Woodbury, N. J., has considerably vited to attend these services.
given wholesalt' rates.
a look before purchasing elsewhere, changed our views, and especially our
I. 0. G. T.
With every ♦ 1 1 >u re base will
confident of their ability to suit in all prejudices in regard to what are gen
Yamhill county district lodge 1OGT be given a chance on
ways any who desire to purchase.
erally known as “Standard Patent
Mrs. Hodson’s niece, Miss Minnie Medicines.” Of course we are getting will meet at the Grange hall on Thurs 3 Handsome Prizes.
Boyce, came with them to spend the to that age in life when we are forced day and Friday, December 9th and
winter. Mr. H. informed us yesterday to conclude life itself is a humbug,
1 extend a cordial invitation
that in the collision on the NPR and naturally distrust anything that m. and 1 :30 p. m., public meetings to the people of this county to
through which they went, their bag has not withstood long and tried ex each evening at 7 p. m. Following come and examine my goods
gage was consumed. He is much periences. Being a physician I had is the programme for evening meet and compare prices.
more than thankful that they were the curiosity to know how such a sale ings :
permitted to escape with their lives.
of two medical preparations could be Singing..................................Audience
Oxrrison's Block. McMinnville, Oregon.
The matter of mutilated coins, sustained for so many years. The Prayer
Rev. T. H. Henderson
cojns with holes punched through perfect system upon which the busi Declamation................Charlie Howe
J. W. Parriah
them; has received the official atten ness is conducted, and the pharmace Reading
tion of the treasury’ department, and utical arrangements for the manufac Reading
.................... Mrs. Fellener
the lawful value established as follows : i ture of the two recipes with which Reading in elocution....... Miss Webb
double eagles, fifteen dollars; silver we are made acquainted, are sufficient (of Salem)
dollars, seventy-five cents; half-dol ly convincing to us that the August Singing ............................... Audience
lars, thirty-five cents; quarter-dollars, Flower, for Dyspepsia and Liver com
eighteen cents ; and dimes, five cents. plaints, and Boschee’s German Syrup, Singing .......................
Kate Field says that the woman for Throat and Lung troubles, were Declamation
who aims to be fashionable might as for the complaints they are recom Declamation ................. Arthur Burt
well commit suicide on the start. She mended, most excellent remedies, and Song ............................. J I- Knight
must neglect home, husband and only regret that in much of our prac Declamation ............. Wort Gardner
......... Helen Galbreath
children, put away comfort and con tice, medicial ethics prevent us from Declamation
Reading ............. Miss Emily Webb
venience, be a first-class hypocrite and prescribing them without making the Singing ............................. Audience
a good slanderer, and at the end of ten formulas public. M hen we were
All are cordially invited to attend
years break down and become a phys shown the great quantity of voluntary the evening meetings which are in
letters having been forwarded Dr. tended to promote the good of the
A seisure of bogus wines was made Green, from all parts of the country, order.
in New York the othe day, and an and from all classes of people, lawyers,
analysis proved that 5,000 gallons con
To Bishop & Kay » we go
Having this day disposed of my in
tained enough poison to create a com scription of their ailments, testimonials
terest in the City Drug Store to Mr. with a wish to get first choice
motion in 40.000 stomachs. Every of their cures, etc., I feel like endors
J. A. Todd, I take thia means’of thank of Holiday Furnishing Good».
bottle bore a French label and was ing Dr. Green’s suggestion that the
ing the public for their generous Neck ware and
stamped Pure Grape, and yet it was Government accept such valuable
patronage in the past, and would ask
»11 made in New York of dried fruits
and Silk Handkerchief», at
that they extend to the new firm a
»nd acids. When a man goes beyond
share of their patronage in. the future. bottom price«.
buttermilk it is hard to tell what he inventor same as patents generally.
BIBHOP A KAY.
Dec. 1st., 1886.
P. W. Todd.
N. Y. Druggist’» Circular.
Watch Thia Art Qallary.