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About The daily reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1887 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 8, 1887)
DAILY EVENING REPORTER.
M c M innville . O regon , hesday , F ebruary
The Daily Reporter,
Entered in the Postoffioe at McMinnville for
Transmission Through the Mails as Sec
ond Class Matter.
D. C. IRELAND.
E. L. E. WHITE.
». €’. IRELAND & Co.,
T he D ailt R kpobtkb is issued every day
in the week except Sundays, and is delivered
in the oity at 10 oents per week. By mail. 40
•ents per month in advanoe. Rates for ad
vertising same as for T he W ehit K rpobtbb .
Fine Book and Job Prinltr*.
We beg leave to annuunoe to the public
that we have just added a large stock of new
novelties to our business, and make a special
ty of Letter Heads. Bill Heads, Note Heads.
Statements. Business Cardß. Ladies Calling
Cards, Ball Invitations (new designs* Pro
grammes, Posters, and all descriptions of
work. Terms favorable. Call and be oon-
D. C. IRELAND A CO.
LITTLEFIELD & CALBREATH.
Offioe over Braly’s Bank.
G. W. GOUCHER.
E. E GOUCHER.
Coucher & Coucher.
PHYSICIANS ANI) HUROEON8
M c M inn ville ....
O regon .
Office and residence, corner of Third and
D. streets, next to the postoffice.
McCain & Hurley,
ATTO H N E Y N- A T-L A AV
AND NOTARIES PUBLIC.
Especial attention paid to abstracts of till«
and settlement of estates in probate
Office—Jail buiding. up stairs.
Mrs. M. Sliadden
riFi 'he Taylor System of Cutting and Fit
Third street, Next to Bishop <fc Kay’s store
DR. I CJ’AYLOR,
Late of New Orleans, La.,
Pile* and Fistula a Spe
tree. No Cure
Offioe with H. V. V. Johnson. M D.,
McMinnville, Ore Ron.
Hair Cutting, *harl«r
15c SHAVING 15c.
C. H. FLEMING, Proprietor.
(Hnooeaaor to A. C. Wyndham.)
Ladies and children’s work a specialty.
0^*1 have just added to my parlor the
largest and finest stock of < igara ever in this
Dudley-Bigger is coming.
Choral Union at Dr. Tuckers
residence this evening.
M. L. Goffs heavy truck jump
ed the track on D. street Mon
Board of trade meet this p. m.
at 4 o’clock, All members in-
Zephyrs at Mrs. Stuarts, five
ounces for 25 cents. Opposite
the Grange store.
Miss Nora Hendrick came
over to accept a clerkship in the
store of G. E. Detmering.
Valentines in great variety,
and some of the handsomest de
signs, at Rogers & Todds.
Board of trade meeting this
evening. Be present. Election
of officers and business.
Read the ad of F. Multner.
His sale at St. Charles was con
tinued to-day until Saturday.
The right thing in the right
place; a big bustle when a wom
an falls on the icy sidewalks.
Go it while ye have time, ye
good people and salt of the earth.
Lent will be here in a few weeks.
Ladies of St. James Guild re-
inernber an important meeting
at Mrs. Gallentines Wednesday
DRAMATIC AND MUSICAL.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
Board of Trade.
Dudley-Biggar--A Fine Entertainment
The permanent organization
at Garrison Opera House. Tues
of the McMinnville Board of
day Evening. Feb. 10th.
Trade was perfected last evening
by the election of the following
officers and committeemen for
the ensuing year :
President, Hon W. I). Fen
ton ; first vice president, Hon.
<1. E. Magers ; second vice-presi
dent, (’. P. Bishop, Esq.; secre
tary, G. W. Jones, Esq.; treas
urer, Hon. Jacob Wortman.
The Musical and Dramatic re
cital of Charles Dudley, the dis
tinguished reader, and Miss
Laura Biggar, prima donna so
prano, at Garrison Opera-house
Thursday night will, without
doubt, be one of the most com
plete affairsof the kind ever giv
en in this city. Miss Bigger is
a most beautiful and charming
prima donna. The New North
On finances—Wm. Galloway,
west says: “She has a pure, sweet Chas. Grissvn and A. J. Apper-
soprano voice, of good cultiva son. On membership—W. H.
tion and under excellent control, Bingham, S. A. Manning and
and her presence is also very J. L. Kogers.
pleasing.” The Oregonian says : Wm. ('ampbell, I). C. Ireland
“Not for a long time has a stran and A. L. Talmage. On legisla
made a better impres tion—A. J. Apperson, E. Wright
sion on a Portland audience.” and C. D. Johnson. On regula
The Evening Democrat says: tion of commerce ami trade—J.
“At the concert at Masonic tem F. Calbreath, Alex. Reid and J.
ple last night Miss Bigger prov L. Kogers. (>n roads and high
ed herself to be a skillful vocal ways—C. Palmer, E. Wright and
ist, and was warmly welcomed.’' O.O. Hodson. Ou immigration
A Salem cotemporary referring —J. E. Magers, D. C. Ireland
to her appearance at the capital and Win. Galloway.
says: “ She has a fine, express
ive dear, cut face, lovely eyes,
The communications from
and hair like golden jasamine, a Hon. J. W. Walts, relative to
lithe, graceful figure, and a matters pending in the assembly,
charming presence. Dressed in were referred to the committee
exquisite taste, her appearance on legislation with instructions
“Half Caste,” which was so
cheerfully accepted by our week made an ensemble that was ex i to report at 1 p. m. to-day.
tremely attractive. Her greatest
ly patrons’recently, will now be
The following preamble and
published in the Daily, Save charm is the perfect naturalness
of her manner, and a certain resolutions, presented by ('has.
facility for immediately ingrati ' Grissen,
Custer Post G. A. R will
ating herself with an audience, i adopted:
meet at Grange hall, McMinn-
which is very much in her favor.
So?n< persons may
ville, at 1 p. in. next Saturday ,
Box sheet open now at .It »gers A’
Feb. 12th. A full attendance i -
the purpose and object of the
desired. T. II. Henderson, Post,
board of trade organization in
McMinnville has perhaps the I this city, therefore, be it
Resolved, That a cordial invi
of u>\ V I |
A boy can walk four miles to V mm. t> - * (" i- f Engineer
tation be extended to any person
go skating, and drag some other fire department on the coast,but ’ (nol only merchants and manu
boy’s sister on his sled all the ho is a solid worker. Should a| facturer.) to join tho McMinn
way, but when his mother wants fire breakout in the city it would ! ville board of trade, and thereby
him to bring a bob of crackers find the department ready to become a co-worker in the indus
from the grocery, he tells her cope with it. There should be trial and commercial develop
ment of Yamhill county.
that his kidneys are so weak at least 500 feet of new hose ad
Resolved, That a copy of these
that he don’t dare to do it.
ded to equipments.
resolutions be given the West
Telephone and Yamhill
Writing taught at the Mc
Minnville Business college per informs us that the ladies coffee
month, S3. Twelve lessons $2, brigade will give a prize for the
with time till March 12th to best conundrum at the firemens
Advertiamenta, etc., intended for
complete the same. This offer fair. Each person will be con publication in The Weekly Reporter
is open for this week only. For fined to one conundrum, and the must be handed in Tuesday morning.
We cannot in future deviate from thia
further particulars call at the name must accompany each. rule.
M ìm Belle Johnson, teacher of music
college between the hour of five Hand them in to Mrs. A. J. Ap
McMinnville and at McMinnvillo
and six p. m. Opera house person, on or before the 19th. college.
Residence corner of Second
They need not be original.
and C Streets.