VOL. II. NO. 38 M c M innville , O regon , T uesday , F ebruary 15. 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. Bother the snow! Mud? No spectators will be admitted Star Jubilee singer’s rehearsal at broom drill rehearsals. McMinnville College Notes. Entered in the Postoffice at McMinnville for The postmistress of Bandonr Thursday evening. Transmission Through the Mails as Sec You have kindly opened the Dr. Taylor goes to Corvallis Coos county, refuses to deliver ond Class Matter. columns of your valuable paper on Wednesday and Thursday V of up the keys to her successor D. C. IRELAND. E. L. E. WHITE. to correspondents from various each week to attend cases he is until notitie«! by the proper au sections of the county, and I treating there. thorities that she has been su D. C. IRELAND A Co., think it important that Mc Keep your “piles” and keep perceded. The would-be Nasby eiBi.isiiiats. Minnville College should be rep your money, if you wish ; that thus locked out, though in pos Mc.niNN VIL.L.E - . OREGON resented. Should it be agree is one of the blessings we enjoy session of a commission dulyV T he D aily K epokteb is issued every day able, I shall endeavor to furnish under the government in which signed by William F. Vilas, post- in the week except Sundays, and is delivered a few notes; permit me, however, in the city at 10 cents per week. By mail, 40 we live. master-general, appeals to the cents per month in advanoe. Kates for ad in doing so, to ask the indul All who expect to sing in the postal agent to install him in vertising same as for T he W eekly K epokteb . gence of your readers. Choral Union at the firemen’s office. Such are the trials of The attendance at the college fair, are requested to meet at freeman in pursuit of employ Fine Book and .lob Printtrs. We beg leave to annonnoe to the public is very good, it is probable that Mrs. Wm. Campbell’s this even ment. that we have just added a large stock of new the students will soon begin to We complain at an occasional ing, at 8 o’clock. novelties to our business, and make a special drop out in order to prepare for ty of Letter Heads, Bill Heads, Note Heads, The new «Reporter building col«l snap ami a lew inches of spring work. We hope, how statements. Business Cards, Ladies Calling snow in Oregon, because many Cards. Ball Invitations (new designs) Pro ever, to see them back next will not be heated by steam, grammes. Posters, and all descriptions of Bro. Bannister, but our news of us came out here to get rid of year bringing others with them. work. Terms favorable. Call and be con these' things. As a matter of The snow afforded a splendid and jobbing presses will therein fact, though, th«' experience is vinced. D. C. IKELAND A CO. opportunity for snowballing. be run by steam. not a bad one, nor is th«' effect DOCTOR* The state board of immigra-1 Many of the students made bad. It is a jmritier. The LITTLEFIELD & CALBREATH, good use of the opportunity. tion will not be abolished by the wheat is protect«'«!, and th«' President-elect Brownson, on assembly. But a more obliging “spell” lasts such a comparat ively Office over Braly’s Bank. his recent visit, to this city, was secretary will perhaps be em small j»eriod that our joints do McMinnville, ... Oregon. “sized up” by the boys. ployed. For a position like that The board of trustees wish to a man is wanted who can real not get frost bitten. Withal it O. W. OOUCHEB. E. E. GOUCHER. has its good sides. All the same Coucher & Coucher. have the catalogues, for this ize the truth that “civility costs there is a pervading feeling of year, ready for distribution by nothing, and buys everything.” PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. relief when th«' snow dissolves the middle of the last term. Referring to Frank Alum-! »«ml the chinook is upon us. M o M xnnvili . i : . . . . O regon . B. F. Rhodes, who has been baugh, whose death was noted Mission Services at. St. James Office and residence, corner of Third and teaching in district 2“>, was at D. streets, next to the postoffice. last week, the San Jose Herald | church were well attended last home last week on a visit. -ays: “ When Alumbaugh was evening, ami th«' Rector, Rev. .1. J. H. Smith, class ’84. is a law Mrs. M. Sliiulden. at his prime metally, no man in C. Fair, feels encouraged in th«* student at Washington Lee uni the country could equal him in good work. He was ably assisted Fash ion ab’l e ®renaniak er, versity in Virginia. quoting that which lie had read; Rev. W. II. Black, who at by Rev. J. W. Sellwood of St. ,tr The Taylor System of Cutting and Fit sacred or profan« 1 . Cantos by ting employed. tended the college last winter, Davids church, cast Portland, th«' dozen from Byron, page after paid the school a visit last week. B street, bet. 2d and :d, McMinnville, Or. ami Rev. A. L. Parker of St. The Philergian society, at its page of Homer’s Illiad, whole Marys, Eugene. Services this DR. I. C. ..... TAYLOR. last election chose the following! books from Dante’s matchless evening at 7 o’clock. Th«' pub <>--- officers: President, L. Mad work, and the same from Mil lic ar«' most cordially invited to Late of New Orleans, La.. Pile* and Fistula a Spe dock; vice-president, ,1. R. San ton, nearly all the Gospels, all attend. A short service will be ciality. ('oiiMiltat ion ders: secretary. W. P. Holman; the gems from Burns, all the held after the regular service at tVcc. Ao Cure assist, secretary.Miss Hallie Reid; pertinent dialogue- in the lead which all who feel an interest Vo Pay. . treasurer, Miss Birdie Maddock; ing Shakesperian plays; h«- had in church work are invited to i-v*“ Office with H V. V. Johnson. M. D., sergeant at arms, C. B. Palmer; by memory so correct that it remain. ___ McMinnville. Oregon. assist, sergeant at arms, R. O. was needless tv refer to a book (.’. Grisscn Ims received from Jones. To.v B erk tit . when he was about. A noted San Francisco via Yaqwina, lecturer. (Saxe) spoke here, and Writing from Newark, Ohio, was lost on one of bis own po choir«' fresh coffee, tea ami Hair Cutting, *liaving and *bam- D. C. Stewart says: Often -ced em-. the deceased being in the spices. pooing Parlor. 15c SHAVING 15c. ing to clover with other grasses audience, quickly prompted the Choice Natural leaf 11. U. tea, and the keeping of live stock I author. Having run th«1 gaunt 30 cents j>er lb. C. H. FLEMING. Proprietor. Folger’s Standard tea in I lb, am invai ia.blv told is what keeps let of intemperance, he turned (Sn.ocessor to A. C. Wyndham.; up and even improves the quality around ami became a very forci packages, 40 cents per lb. , Ladies and children’s work a specialty. Choice English breakfast ten MW I have just added to my parlor the of the soil here, and 1 must not ble lecturer on its evils ami he largest and tine-t stock of < igars ever in thi- forget to include also, thorough did much good. His life ami "»II cts per lb. • tv. Try them Try Pioneer roast coffee. under drainage, for nothing can career has its fruitful lesson, All grades of Green coffee at benefit land more than this. which the young men of to-day Farm For Sale. lowest rates. 'GRES. 125 in cultivation: 6 Tileing is plentiful here at rea can easily discover. ■** miles south west of Sheridan sonable prices, about one-half Pioneer Ground coffee in 5 lb. PRICE Oregon ju ices ; and great quanti M iks Belle Johnson, teacher of music Dinner Pails. Try it. in McMinnville and st McMinnville New lot Flavoring extracts in ties are being used with most college. Resilience corner of Second 1 lb bottles, at C. Grissen’s. satisfactory results. «n«l C Streets. The Daily Reporter, CITY. V —MtMimilh Baths. $3,000.