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Senator Ingalls wishes to see
Canada annexed to the United
A meeting of the St. James
D. C. IRELAND JI CO. PUBLISHERS,
, States, and so do we; and a lot
vestry was held at the office of
of good folk across the line. His
I)r. John son Monday evening
McMinnville, Or. - - Eeb. 1, 1887
talk may *• be considered
bv * some
at which it was decided to hold
California Comb Honey at C. as revolutionary, but it is good, a mission beginning Feb. 13th,
sound, sensible talk, neverthe-
concluding on the 20th, the Rev.
Broom drill roll call promptly less.
A. L. Parker, of Eugene city,
The legislative party which
at 7 o’clock Friday evening.
Rev. Geo. A. Foot of Trinity ch.,
And still it snows. The day stranded on the Yaquina route, Portland, Kev. John Sellwood,
has been a real taste of winter. are o k , again. They probably of East Portland, and Key. John
Another choice lot of fresh got to Salem to-day, sadder, if Rosenberg of St.
made Cream Candy at C. Uris- not wiser men, than they were Chapel, Portland, will be invited
last Friday, This incident did
to assist in these services. The
Rev. J. Q. A. Henry will not prevent the senate from rector of St. James, desires to
preach at the Baptist church ■ working, but the house had no make the mission services the
quorum yesterday on account of
commencement of the church
N. S. Booth has, a very sick the delay.
work which will be carried on
“ In a nut shell.” That is the,
horse, and Jack Helyerd has
during the Lenten season, A
impression we formed after
just lost a pair.
voices is now in
The charter committee dele reading the letter from Senator training,
will consist of
gated by the council to visit J. II. Mitchell to B. S. Hunting fourteen
and boys, with
ton, secretary of The Dalles
Salem, left to-day.
Prof. Carl young as leader.
Articles for the Art Exhibi board of trade, on the sulyeet of
Board of Trade.
tion at the firemens fair may be inter-state commerce. It is not
left at E. B. Fellows’ furniture susceptible of an epitome, and
Permanent organization of
we shall publish it in full, in the
the board of trade was perfected
George Wood was at Helena Reporter, that people may see at an adjourned meeting held at
on the 27th surrounded by four' for themselves just what is being the council chamber Monday
feet of snow, but drifting toward done.
evening, by the adoption of a
A meeting of the state board
Boston, O. K.
constitution and by-laws, order
Two deaths of infant children of the McMinnville college was of business, etc. Permanent of
are reported from Newberg. A held in this city yesterday and ficers will be chosen at the next
daughter of E. Hutchins on the to-dav, called for a special pur- meeting Monday evening, Feb
27th, and a son of Win. 1). Fos pose, There are present as such ruary 7th. The board will meet
ter on the ‘21st.
! members, Rev. J. Q. A. Henry, regularly on the first Monday
A sand storm blockaded over of Portland; Rev. M. G. Rugg, in each month. Quarterly dues
land travel east from Portland Salem; Kev. Mr. Brownson, Al will be 50 cents per quarter for
last Saturday and Sunday, but , bany; Kev. S. P. Davis, Oregon each active member.
with the aid of a chinook wind ' 1 city; Dea. J. Beez.lv, The Dalles;
Open Temperence Meeting.
the track is again unobstructed.! I Rufus Thompson, Albany.
The marshal at Salem has got
Geo. W. Burt is a high trump
Rev. T. II. Henderson will
in business. If he has anything
adress the open temperance
to sell he lets the public know it, I
society on next Monday even
and keeps the coin at home by |
ing at (1 range hall 7 o’clock
open competition with travelers;
sharp, 'Subject, “the reason
why every voter should vote for
You have perhaps heard of!
the prohibitory amendments.”
the “thread of a story.” Hod
Any person is respectfully in
son’s have them in stock. And answered a melancholy-looking • vited to rep ly at the same meet
the article never permits any | vag. “ I am pretty good at it.” ing, why they should not vote
thing to get lost to which it is 1 “Then fiddle away with this saw I for the prohibitory amendment.
! upon this sawbuck until you By order of t he committee.
An Emory Harmony Book have finished about two cords of;
was lost to-day on the road be this wood. And the rest of you]
tween the Cozine bridge and can waltz around here and carry a Remaining
icmai ii 111 £» uncalled
a « ii«.m it,’ forprpVHtoffice
Grange store. Finder will bej , it in.” And yet the Statesman iat McMinnville, Oreg , Feb. I8K7
suitably rewarded on leaving the says he is a kind hearted man. R w Aliwood
same at Rogers & Todd’s city
the Salvation Army called at Martin Cabanska DJI er
office and lodged R " Elwood
In consequence of the ab the Statesman
. . ..
. . Mrs Rose Golly
sence of Hon. W. D. Fenton, a complaint against the marshal. B F Kanfield
II M Lines
temporary president, A. J. Ap- The complaint avers that one of, Jehoida Millard J E M- Laughlin 2
Miss Leonia Minor Win Mace 2
person was called to the chair at the good female Salvationists MrB M M'Donald Sam Neilson
the board of trade meeting Mon asked Mr. Ross if they could not M D Robertson Mr Simona
L D Swick
day evening. Geo. W. Jones, distribute a number of “war J A Snowden
secretary, was present. The crys” among the prisoners. The Persona calling for the same will
room was filled with attendants marshal answered “certainly; go please say advertised.
right ahead. Any means of in
J. F. W ihecarver , P. M.
from among the representative flicting punishment upon the
class of people, and the board poor devils is desirable, and will Miss Belle Johnson, teacher of music
in McMinnville and at McMinnville
starts off with a bound in the l»e duly appreciated by the city college. Residence corner of Second
and C Streets.
direction of positive success.
First National Bank,
M’ m INNVILLE,
------ OFFICERS :------
J acob W ortman ............. . .Pusideut
W. 1). P enton .............. Vice-president
J ohn W ortman ....................... Cashier
Transacts h General Banking business.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
Collections made on favorable terms.
Sight Exehauge and Telegraphic Transfers
on New York. San Francisco and Portland.
Office hours—from w a. m. to 4 p. in.
.1011« WORTH A A
Represents the following sterling compan
ies: London a Liverpool A Globe, North
British A Mercantile, Commercial Union
Fire Association, German American, Fire
man's Fund. Hartford, Commercial, Anglo
Nevada, State Investment.
Wheat inanrance a specialty.
McMmlls Fire Bcpartnifint,
Garrison Opera House,
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday,
February 22d. 23d and 24th,
LIST OF PRIZES.
There will be prizes given on the following
1st and 2d prize for best and 2d beat ex
hibit of Kensington painting.
lai and 2d prize, for beat and 2d beat ex
hibit of Kensington embroidery.
lot and 2d prize, for best and 2d beat ex
hibit of outline work by a child under 14
year« of nge.
I at and 2d beat, for beat and 2d beat ex
hibit of work of anv kind by a boy under 14
years of age.
lHt and 2d prize, for boat and 2d beat ex
hibit of crayon work.
There will alao be a prize given for the
heavieat, lightest and prettiest baby under 1
year of age.
Parade of Firemen Tuesday af
Doors wIII be open at 7 o’clock,
p. in. dally, during the
—All are invited to Attend—
Admission 25 Cents.
C ommittee .
By Order of
St. Charles Hotel,
Monday, February 7th.
Will be sold at Public Auction to the
highest bidder, a tine large Kitchen Range
almost new, suitable for a large family, a
hotel or restaurant.
Beds and Bedding.
CARPETS. Kitchen and Dining Koooa
Furniture, Lampe, Tables and Chairs, and a
thousand other things too numerous to
TERM8 OF SALE;
All sales under f 10, Cash. All «alee over
110, eight months credit, with approved
Thia is a positive and peremptory sale.