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Feb. 21, 1887
The Railway Commission.
A Wisconsin paper had pre
pared a sketch of the life of the
First National Bank,
Hon. John F. Potter, and wrote
—OF m ’MINNVILLE, OREGON.—
to the gentleman for a photo
graph that a cut might be made
J acob W ortman .................... President
to publish at the head of the
W. D. F enton ............... Vice-president
J ohn W ortman ....................... Cashier
sketch. The following reply,
characteristic of Mr. Potter, was
Transacts a General Banking business.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
received: “I am in receipt of
Collections made on favorable terms.
Exchange and Telegraphic Transfen
OP FAWGY on Sight
your kind favor of the 27th ult.,
New York, San Francisco and Portland.
Office hours—from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
for which please accept my
thanks. My present state of
health is such that all the indi
cations point to a rapid approach
Represents the following sterling compan
ies: London <fc Liverpool <fc Globe, North
to the western verge of life, and
British & Mercantile, Commercial Union
Fire Association, German American, Fire
the ‘danger signals’ indicate
man’s Fund, Hartford, Commercial, Anglo
Nevada, State Investment.
warmer weather and ‘high
Wheat insurance a specialty.
winds.’ It would be very great
ful to my feelings if you would
A. H. & 0. 0. HODSON
postpone the publication of my General Merchandise
obituary until I disappear below’
the near horizon. It will require
Sole Agent for the Celebrated
only a little patience, and I
should esteem it a great favor.
Lest it should be too great a draft
upon your patience, I would even
be willing to increase the breeze.”
Agricultural Implements, Pumps,
The recent assembly passed a
most important measure in the
law providing for a board o:
railroad commissioners to inves
tigate and report on the opera
tion of the railroads of this state
and to make regulations am
suggestions for the correction o
abuses. Agriculture is the larg
est interest in the state, anc
railroad transportation is the
next largest ; and this board of
railroad commissioners is placet
by the law in between these two
(great interests to secure justice
to both sides. The importance
Board of Trade.
of this commission is therefore
Assortment of these Popular Goods
Alli of whioh will be sold as
very great, and demands ability
There will be a called meet ZJV ALL THE LATES'l
of a high order; and not only ing of the board of trade at the
ability, but knowledge and ex council chamber on Tuesday
perience of the great interests
We Make a Specialty of all
involved. Of the two commis the president.
Kinds of Job Work Par
sioners one is to be a democrat,
and the other a republican, and
Iron and Tin Roofing,
In McMinnville, Or.
we hear it reported that the
Governor will take the demo
Please Call and Examine.
Galvanized iron Cornioes and window caps.
crat commissioner from eastern
In faot we do anything that comes in
our line, with neatness and dis
W hat we G uarantee
Oregon, and the republican from
western Oregon. The Salem
lever Tell You it Can’t be Done.
correspondent of the Oregonian
on your designs and we will cut your
reports that Mr. Wagner of Ben
patterns, and do your work, and
To be made from the very best ma
ton county, T. W. Davenport of
don’t you forget it.
terial, by skillful workmen, with the
Marion and Joseph Gaston of
latest and most approved machinery, South east cor. 3d and C streets, McMinn
A. H.&O. O. HODSON.
Washington, are applicants for
and to be the cheapest goods in the ville, Oregon.
market when service is considered.
the place. Without derogating
Jewelry Work Neatly Done.
Are so thoroughly finished that they
in the least from the other nam
Watches Guaranlced and
can be worn in damp weather, or in a
ed gentlemen, we should say at
shower, without fear of being ruined
once Mr. Gaston ought to be ap
Third street, bet. C. and D. in the tailoring by curling or shrinking.
pointed. There may be other < establishment
of R. B. Hibbs.
The manufacturing, dyeing and fin
ishing is done in such a manner, that
men in Oregon as well qualified
The Weekly 1888 the goods can be washed if desired
for this duty as Mr. Gaston, but 887
without the least injury to fabric.
we don’t know of any outside of I
Our goods are wool dyed, and colors
the railroad corporations. He*
Third St., Opposite
as fast as the purest dyes and greatest
has built railroads himself, and
care and skill can make them.
YAMHILL CO. BANK.
always a competing line, and he
D on ’ t F orget the P lace ,
FOR TWO YEARS.
has been in favor of the state Thia period includes the next Presidential will be until worn out, as there is no
weighting, stiffening, or artificial lus
—Where you will—
regulating railroads for many campaign.
Republican Success Demand» tre used to increase the weight or fin
years past, and is widely known
ish ; as is the case with a large class of
as being in favor of more liberal Parties sending five subscribers with ♦5 goods in tl.e market, but which disap
treatment of the agricultural will receive an extra copv free.
pears after a few days’ service.
E. W. FOX.
President and Manager,
As manufacturers we have taken
classes. The appointment of Mr.
pains to supply an article in
Gaston to this position would
way reliable, and unsurpassed
give great satisfaction to this Readers of THE REPORTER can every
goods, either foreign or do
county, for by his energy we have the NATIONAL REPUBLICAN mestic, and would respectfully ask an
-— in thb —
and THE REPORTER for the bal
have two railroads, serving all ance of this year , 1887, for $1.75 ; or examination of the various styles and
parts of the county, and adding both , for the two years ensuing till shades to be found on sale by mer
Goods of all kind, and abova
millions to the tax rolls of this after the inauguration in 1889, for chants who are agents for the goods. all Furnishing
THE LOWEST PRICES. Also agents
and other west side counties, four dollars cash. Now is the time All goods of our manufacture should for the
bear the name and trade mark of
Brownsville Woolen Will,
and we sincerely hope he may to subscribe.
B roadhead W orsted M ills ,
Address, D. C. IRELAND A Co.,
Carrying a full line of all goods made by
receive the appointment.
Jamestown, N. Y. these celebrated mills.
Broadhead * *
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