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About The daily reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1887 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 9, 1887)
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PRICE TWO cwrg.
FEBRUARY 9. 1897.
Dudley-Bigger at the Opera-
house to-morrow evening.
Dr. I. C. Taylor left for Cor-
valles at 10: 13 this a. m., pro
fessionally ; expecting to return
The sleighing Monday night
was made slick by parties who
carried along a supply of oil for
Custer Post G. A. K. will
meet at Grange hall, McMinn
ville, at 1 p. m.anext Saturday,
Feb. 12th. A full attendance is
desired. T. H. Henderson, Post
If you want your piles cured
and are willing to pay for it,
call at the office of Dr. Johnson,
on C street. I am not working
for fun, or for glory, but for
money. No charge for consul
tation. I. C. Taylor, M. D.
Writing taught at the Mc
Minnville Business college per
month, $3. Twelve lessons $2,
with time till March 12th to
complete the same. This offer
is open for this week only. For
further particulars call at the
college between the hour of five
and six p. m. Opera house
CtarrioM Oy«r» X míml
Box sheet now open, for to
The Musical and Dramatic re.
morrow night, at the Opera-
cital of Charle» Dudley, the di«,
tinguished reader, and Misa
Choral union will meet for re
Laura Biggar, prima donna so
hearsal at Mrs. A. J. Appersons,
prano, at Garrison Opera-house
Thursday night will, without
doubt, be one of the most com.
ive upon roofs of brick buildings
píete affairs of the kind ever giv
To D ào .1 Rarosraa is issued ovary day along Third street to-day.
en in this city. Miss Bigger is
is the week exoept Sundays, and is delivered
a most beautiful and charming
ia the city at 10 cents per week. By mail, 40
cents per month in advance. Bates for ad dan is in the city, paying a visit
prima donna. The New North
vertising same as for Taa Wnaanr K npobtbb . to the family of Al. Hussey.
west says: “She has a pure, sweet
soprano voice, of good cultiva
Fine Book and Job Pr in tint.
tion and under excellent control,
We beg leave to annonnoe to the public
that we have just added a large stock of new school this week, Friday p. m.
and her presence is also very
novelties to our business, and make a special
The only mode of traveling to
pleasing.” The Oregonian says :
ty of Letter Heads. Bill Heads, Note Heads,
Statements, Business Cards, Ladies' Calling
“Not for a long time has a stran
Cards, Ball Invitations (new designs) Pro county this week, until to-day,
ger made a better impres
grammes, Posters, and all descriptions of
work. Terms favorable. Call and be con
sion on a Portland audience.”
D. 0. IRELAND A CO.
Senator J. W. Watts has favor
The Evening Democrat, says:
ed us with a copy of his bill No.
“At the concert at Masonic tem
7, a substitute for senate bill 60,
ple last night Miss Bigger prov
LITTLEFIELD & CALBREATH,
referred to elsewhere to-day.
ed herself to be a skillful vocal
ist, and was warmly welcomed.”
Offioe over Braly’s Bank.
A Salem cotemporary referring
Gunning, near Bellevue, She
to her appearance at the capital
«. W. QOUCHBB.
B. B. GOUCHER.
is at present a guest of Miss
says. “ She has a tine, express
Goucher & Goucher. Flora Russ in this city.
ive, clear cut face, lovely eyes,
Is it any wonder that capital
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
and hair like golden jasamine, a
M c M innville
O bbgon . ists look for exempted water
lithe, graceful figure, and a
charming presence. Dressed in
Office and residenoe, corner of Third and
D. streets, next to the postoffloe.
gon, when a company like the
exquisite taste, her appearance
Dennison mills, of Maine, can
The reported murder of a Mr made an ensemble that was ex
be wrecked and ruined by strik Singleton, at Willamina yester tremely attractive. Her greatest
McCain & Hurley,
day by a man named Gunn, was' charm is the perfect naturalness
AND NOTARIES PVBL1O,
Fletcher Bros, feed chopping one of those provoking things' of her manner, and a certain
mill is giving perfect satisfac which run a reporter out of wind facility for immediately ingrati
Especial attention paid to abstracts of title
tion to all who have tried it. A to find there is only a flimsy pre ating herself with an audience,
and settlement of estates in probate.
Offioe—Jail buiding, up stairs.
man don’t have to stay all day text for the yarn. In this case which is very much in her favor.”
Mrs. M. Sliadden. for his grist, and the sacks go the facts, about as far as can be Box sheet open now at Kogers &
home filled fuller than when learned are that a man named Todd’s.
Fashionable Dressmaker* they came. Always bring extra Bangs, therefore Gunn; as a gun 1
sacks with you.
bangs when it goes off; bail an
HT rhe Taylor System of Uniting and Fit
Monday morning Gov. Pen- altercation with another man A two-year-old heifer the coming
Third Btreet, Next to Bishop A Kay’s store noyer while on his way to Sa and hit him a lick with a single spring, pretty much red on head and
lem reached the Stark street fer tree, ergo Singleton. We did I neck, and more or leas red on body,
the hind parts are generally
ry at the same time the Salva not learn the name of the per- while
DR. I. C. ------ TAYLOR.
white a streak of white runs through
tion army did, also on the way son struck.
| the face ending in a little red spot on
Late of New Orleans, La.,
to Salem, with drums, trumpets,
I the nose, also an under bit on right
Pile» and Fistula a Spe and banners. Outsiders noticed
The people of Washington ear. Said animal has not been seen
the combination and remarked territory have a vivid remem since last June. Any one furnishing
free. \o Cure
particulars as to the whereabouts of
that the governor had been re-| brance of a bill conferring the this animal will be suitably rewarded.
right of suffrage upon the Address Mr. Carlsen, McMinnville.
V#“ Offioe with H. V. V. Johnson, M D.. deemed at last.
Win. Ball, of North Yamhill, women of that territory having
called yesterday, Mr. Ball is been signed, amid general ac
Advertisments, etc., intended for
one of the parties held with claim, by Gov. Newell, with a publication in The Weekly Reporter
Capt. W. 8. Powell and H. M. gold pen presented to him for must be handed in Tuesday morning.
Hair Cutting, Shaving and 'ham.
We cannot in future deviate from this
Daniel in the United States cir that purpose by ardent woman rule.
Belle Johnson, teacher of music
15c SHAVING 15c. cuit on charges which we can 'suffragists. They art- therefore in Miss
McMinnville and at McMinnville
C. H. FLEMING, Proprietor.
college. Residence corner of Second
and C Streets.
■ (Swcoeesor to A. 0. Wyndham.)
John J. Sax has his chop mill in
Ladies and children’s work a specialty.
order, and will chop feed for
MRt-I have just added to my parlor the and directors of the North Yam is unable to discover the govern-
If this does not suit the
largest and finest stock of < igaro ever in this
hill Lumbering company.
1 or’s signature to this bill.
customer call and get a special rate.
•ity. Try them.
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