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About The daily reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1887 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 5, 1887)
The Daily Reporter*
D. C. IRELAND A CO. PUBLISHERS,
ami the ammunition ruined.
The Professor didn’t do much
Mrs. Breon is prepared to receive a
few day boarders. Three gentlemen
i can be furnished with moms. Cor
Mr. ami Mrs. Large, of Forest
Mrs. 0. P. Bishop has returned ner of Third and 11 streets, last house
Jan. 5, 1887 Grove, have been visiting old from her visit to Brownsville.
on the right before crossing railroad
friends in Lafayette for the past
Ladies gold and silver watches at a
Oregon will surely get there,
bargain at the McMinnville jew
The family of C. T. Belcher, of Eli, upon the matter of addition
The McMinnville Reporter Portland, came up before Christ al appropriations, notwithsand-
McMinnville jewelery store is now
mas and remained until New ing the tricks of the engineers.
has just issued a splendid 8-page
biggest and largest west of Port-
Year day, visiting relatives and
New Year’s edition. It con friends.
and ami the cheapest in Oregon.
sists of well written editorial,
Misses Anges and and Maud
Miss Belle Johnson, teacher of music
interesting stories by well known Cooke, clerk and cashier of Olds
McMinnville and at McMinnville
writers. The special features & King, Portland, spent New
number of the Sunny South, college. Residence corner of Second
are a history of Yamhill county Year day with their parents at
and C Streets.
published in Atlanta, (la., says:
Chas. Greening has established a
and sketches of the pioneers of
Everywhere I go 1 hear of un wood yard in this city, and sells oak
1842-3. It is just the sort of
Mr. and Mrs. Ilaney on Thurs advertised and remarkable cures lti-ineh cut at $4.00 per cord ; fir four
paper that each resident of the day night, Dec. 30th.
effected by “Swift’s Specific,” eet, $2.25, and other qualities in like
county should buy and send to
The Christmas entertainment and this is compelled to be the »roportion.
their friends. This paper re went off satisfactorily.
Why do you pay for inferior silver
experience of every man who dated table ware big prices, if
veals that Messrs. Ireland and house was crowded, and a num
travels and talks. For example, you get at the McMinnville jewelry
White are possessed of extraor ber of nice presents were receiv
ed, and a few innocent, but prac I was going in a buggy to town store, Wm. Holl, the best and finest
tical jokes were played, which (Senoia) a few nights ago with can be had for the same price.
All parties knowing themselves in
Hon. L. Loughary called yes were taken, however, in good, Mr. John McKnight, when the debted to me are requested to please
' conversation turned to the pos- come forward, shake hands, settle up
old accounts, make me happy, and
People along the coast should
yourself to. I have labored for you
look out for extremely high tides
in the past, and shall continue to do
participantsand spectators alike.J
on the 11th.
in the future. My work always
A number of persons attended “I cured one- a genuine, well de- gives satisfaction. Money I must
Uncle Reub Harris who was
from other towns in the county, veloped, long standing cancer— have to meet my obligations and if
so dangerously ill a few weeks
McMinnville, Carlton and North alHj jt’s been well several years, you want to hear me smile, just come
since, is up and around again.
and drop a few ducats into my out
A amhill being represented.
'and the former victim is stout stretched palm. Respectfully yours,
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Hubbard
W. T. Booth.
____________ ELII^A’iand healthy.”
paid this office a pleasant visit
Hon. F. N. Little called upon1 “How did you cure it?” I
while in the city on Monday.
By special request of the pro . us on Monday. He is prepar- a8^ec|
First National Bank,
prietors, the Bangasser market ; ing himself upon topics of inter-, “I cured it with S. S. S.”
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robbery was not mentioned in i |est to the public, likely to come, “Did you inform Swift of the
before the house. His time is.
the Reporter yesterday.
J acob W ortman .................... President
I). 1’. T hompson ............ Vice-president
Prof. J. A. C. Freund has being devoted to the matter of cure?’
J ohn W ortman ....................... Cashier
charge of the public schools this
week. Prof. Jordan will take hill, Polk and Tillamook. If Swift knows his medicine will Transacts a General Banking business.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
these lines can be established,cure cancers.”
charge next week.
Collections made on favorable terms.
upon section lines it will bea, ™ ..... .
Exchange and Telegraphic Transfer»
The use of dynamite by the 1 .
This incident is one of the on 8ight
New York, San Francisco and Portland.
saving of expense.
strikers in San Francisco calls
The late rich strike in C.rur. "umberles,s. prophecies that are Office hour»—from V a. tn. to 4 p. niK _ —«
loudly for prompt and vigorous
action on the part of the civil d’Alene, just opposite the town daily predicting the future of FIRE INSURANCE.
of Littlefield, comes very close Swift’s Specific. 1 might go
It is said that Henry Watter to mines owned by our fellow much further with this branch
the following sterling compan
son and Murat Halstead have citizens Drs. Calbreatli and Lit- iOf the subject—might show ies: Repreaenta
London A Liverpool A Globe, North
British A Mercantile, Commercial Union
joined forces for Blaine in 1888.
Fire Association, German American, Firn
Verily, verily I say unto ye; the them. The Murray. Idaho Sun, business—m.ght show the ex- man's Fund, Hartford, Commercial, Anglo
Nevada, Htate Investment.
gives a full account of the find,'pense in 1879 at $30,000, and Wheat insurance a specialty.
Rev. J. C. VanPatten, of Day and says that 100 pounds of 1888 at $250,000. I might en
ton, W. T., will preach in the rock was taken out and worked large upon these and many Witeh TU» Art Btllny.
C. P. Church to-morrow night by hand .nortars. The gold ex
and every night this week. tracted and melted in bars other facts, were I writing an
brought the enormous sum ofi advertisement, which I again as
sert I ain not.
The old Central market near $1,660.
Jones <fc Co.’s mill, is being reno
Prof. Parrott started out from
vated and will be used by Bar- East Portland hunting, with a
nekoff <fc Co. as a warehouse and smooth shod horse. On a sleet
Persons who patronize papers
feed store. Success to all new covered bridge the animal could should pay promptly, for the
not pull the buggy, so Mr. P. ' pecuniary prospects of the presB
Saturday last was the anni unhitched the traces and sought
. . i
uguv pO93e8s a pecular power in push*
versary of Mr. and Mrs. John aid at a neighboring f farm *
his absence the ln« forward public prosperity.
Narver’s wedding, also the anni house. T
versary of Mr. N.’s birth, as well horse became restless and began Provided the printer is paid
as New Year. It was observed going backward, ending the per promptly and his poCket-book
by a sumptuous repast and fam formance by pushing the buggy kept plethoric by prompt pay
off the bridge into deepwater.' ing patrons, he puts his pen to
Dr. G. W. Goucher, long and As the tugs had been unhitched his ¡taper in peace ; his para
favorably known as a leading the horse was not pulled over, graphs are more pointed; he
physician and surgeon, has re but two valuable shot-guns and paints his pictures of passing I To Bishop & Kays we to
moved from Amity to associate
with a wish to pet first choio«
in practice with his very worthy the vehicle into about ten feet the perusal of his paper is a of Holiday Furnishing Goods.
After considerable pleasure to the people. Paste Neck ware and Suspenders,
eon in this city, Dr. E. E. of water.
Goucher. The office will remain work everything was got out in this piece of proverbial philoso and Silk Handkerchiefs, at
at the old stand next to the post iood shape but one of the guns. phy in some place all persons bottom prices.
'he buggy was slightly damaged can perceive it.
BISHOP A KAT.