The daily reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1887, January 11, 1887, Image 2

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McMinnville, Or.
Jan. 11. 1887
A Business Session.
Col. Parke isn’t so hard on The introduction of soap, it is
the northwest as the threat of said, is doing much to civilize
ten days ago lead us to suppose the people of the Holy Land.
he would be. He worms him­ A large soap factory has been es­
self into a hole, and then pulls tablished on the site of ancient
the hole in after him, by saying Shechem, and the people are be-
Headquarters for
he has no peronal grudge against gining to use it on their persons
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Maj. Jones, but that he could instead of trying to eat it as STARLi AND
not approve a plan for work they did at first. Along with
from an officer whose adminis­ the introduction of soap other
trative skill, capacity and ability reforms are going on. Bethle­
are not satisfactory to him. hem has been rebuilt and the
Capt Powell, he says, has had streets are lighted with gas.
more experience in this kind of Ceseriea is having a building
work, and for this and other boom. Nazareth is becoming
reasons is eminently more quali­ the headquarters of big olive oil
fied than Maj. Jones for a worki speculators. Corner lots in General Merchandise.
of such magnitude. He is very Joppa are going up with a rush,
anxious to be understood, as be­ 1 and real estate in Mount Carmel
Sole Agent for the Celebrated
ing more friendly to the Pacific 1 is largely held by speculators
northwest than even our own for an advance. All around
delegation in congress; but the J Shechem there is a lively de­
absurdity of this proposition is mand for good soap fat, and the
its own refutation, to say noth- sleepy inhabitants of Ramoth
ingof his acts which jeopardized (Gilead think of building a glue
federal appropriations, so very factory. Jerusalem is waking up
Assortment of these Popular Good«
much needed here.
'also. It has a street cleaning
ft is thought by al) who have
a thought to bestow upon the
subject, that the present session
of the assembly, now convened
at Salem, is to be a business ses­
sion. There is no question con­
cerning the choice of a United
States senator to agitate the
minds of the law-makers. For
the first time in several years
the legislative and executive de­
partments of the state govern­
ment are representatives of op­
posing political ideas. This fact
will put the law-making power
on their good behavior. Their
W. II Watkimls ha» a com-:u- big cl°cks on itS I,ublic
enactments will be scanned by a
buildings, and its suburbs are
critical eye, and fkerhaps the mission as collector of customs being built up rapidly. Even
constitutional prerogative of the for the Osooyoos district. Now' in the vale of Gehenna the price
veto will be interposed often. if Noltner could be sent as envoy of land has gone up. . The ladies
Jerusalem take all the Paris­
The session should be marked by extraordinary and
a careful review of defective en­ plenipotentiary to Kaw'shalka
¿all the latest style of hair dress­
actments and the incorporation it is suggested that the last of •
into the body of the laws such the democratic wheel horses of I
Please Call and Examine.
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amendments as observation ami note in this state would be eom-
W hat we G uarantee
experience show to be necessary. ortably adjusted to federal har- week at the C. P. church.
Especial care should be taken to I,08S‘
> Sidney Field sends us greet- FOR THE DRESS GOODS OF OUR
avoid, as far as possible, the per-
Wonder if it isn’t a "Jim j^g ; from our old Woverine
nicious custom of special legis­ Cummings” who is writing1 home new’ Year Day. He sends
lation, whether in the direction about the Mickel affair over the regards to many old Michigan To be made from the very best ma­
friends and school mates in this terial, by skillful workmen, with the
of private franchises, or other­ nom de plume of Mike. His ' vicinity.
latest and most approved machinery,
wise. (iov. Pennoyer will want gab may lead to a thread which
and to be the cheapest goods in the
to make his record as much up­ may unravel the mystery of
market when service is considered.
on the legislation which he ap­ old man Mickel’s disappearance
To the wife of W. E. Martin, Are so thoroughly finished that they
proves as upon that to which he from Portland on the 4th of at the home of Uncle Richard can be worn in damp weather, or in a
Cook, a daughter, weight eight shower, without fear of being ruined
shall oiler the executive objec­ December.
pounds. Mother and child do­ by curling or shrinking.
tion. The republican legislators
On joint ballot there is 17 re­ ing well.
will make their record upon the publican majority in the Oregon
The manufacturing, dyeing and fin­
legislation projected and offered assembly. The senate stands 19 Notice ol Co-Partnership. ishing is done in such a manner, that
as much as upon that which republican and 11 democratic; Having entered into Co-PartnerHhip with the goods can be washed if desired
without the least injury to fabric.
D. M. Caldwell, in the
passes the final test of approval. the house has 34 republicans
Our goods are wool dyed, and colors
Thus both sides will be put to and 27 democrats.
In Shobe'n building, opposite the Poet office as fast as the purest dyes and greatest
their best, and the prospect
the firm will be known as COLuARD A
Which one? The Vindicator CALDWELL.
care and skill can make them.
favors the people.
says that W. 8. Ladd has given Tlr. Caldwell will attend to Goods show just what they are and
The editor of an exchange up the bore on his well as a fail­ the wants «»f the public.
will be until worn out, as there is no
All aalee will be for cash at bed r<K>k prioee. weighting, stiffening, or artificial lus­
says: "The longer we run a ure.
Order« delivered to anv part of the city fre<
tre used to increase the weight or fin­
J. .1. OOLLA RD.
newspaper and write about peo­
Robert J. Marsh is now the of extra charge.
ish ; as is the case with a large class of
ple and events, the more we re­ sole proprietor of the Dalles MoMinnville, Or., Dec. 27th, 1886. * »
goods in the market, but which disap­
alize how utterly impossible it is Sun, one of our very best Inland
pears after a few days’ service.
to scratch every man where he Empire exchanges.
As manufacturers we have taken
itches the most.’’
pains to supply an article in
The Murat Halstead and Hen­
way reliable, and unsurpassed
The Statesman thinks that no ry Watterson political combina­
by similar goods, either foreign or do­
good woman, well known in Sa­ tion is emphetieally denied.
mestic, and would respectfully ask an
lem or elsewhere, who would
examination of.the various styles and
A fine string of brook trout
make a good clerk, .should be
shades to be found on sale by mer­
pushed out merely because were caught in the mill ereek at
chants who are agents for the goods.
she is a woman." Of course not;
All goods of our manufacture should
who ever supported such a prop­
the name and trade mark of
Dr. J. A. White has sold the HENDERSON BROS.,
osition? That isn’t the ques­ Oregon city Enterprise to E. M. Ample room to care for home*. Livery
B roadhead W orsted M ills ,
iMtu.i at a« reasonable raiee «« any where in
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tion liefore the house at all.
Oregon. New stable Third St.. McMinnville.
Jamestown, N. Y.
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