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DAILY EVENING REPORTER.
VOL. II. NO. 49
M c M innville . O regon , T uesday , march i .
The Daily Reporter.
Drop in and see how bright
and clean Redmonds store looks.
East Lynne Friday night.
Entered in the Postoffice at McMinnville for
The first boat of the season on
Funny people make a funny
Transmission Through the Mails as Sec
Wapato lake, reached Gaston
ond Class Matter.
Read Deilschneider’s new ad. through the ice this forenoon.
D. C. IRELAND.
E. L. E. WHITE.
D. B. Beers, general traveling
under new to-day.
». C. IRELAND & Co.,
Jett’ Eenton goes to Portland agent for the Singer sewing ma
chine agency, is in town.
Dr. Taylor goes to Corvallis
Choral Union meets this even
on Wednesday and Thursday of
T he D aily R eporter is issued every day ing at Miss Bell Johnson’s.
each week to attend eases he is
in the week except Sundays, and is delivered
in the oity at 10 oents per week. By mail, 40
oents per month in advance. Rates for ad skip any of the old stand-bys.
Sheriff Harris was up to Amity
vertising same as for T he W eekly R eporter .
C. P. Bishop will leave for
Brownsville to-morrow, on a on official business yesterday.
Fine Book an<l Job Primers.
An “attachment dissolved,” with
We beg leave to announoe to the public
Cedar posts of the best kind out any divorce.
that we have just added a large stock of new
Call on uncle Jepp. and sec
novelties to our business, and make a special for sale by F. Multner, Central
ty of Letter Heads. Bill Heads, Note Heads,
the fine steaks that are offered
Statements, Business Cards, Ladies' Calling Hotel.
Cards, Ball Invitations (new designs) Pro
Mr. Burdick, of Nestucca, pass for sale; and the nice juicy
grammes, Posters, and all descriptions of
ed through yesterday from Port roasts. Try one.
work. Terms favorable. Call and be con
Magna Charta, No. 2614, A.
land to his ranch by the sounding
D. C. IRELAND A CO.
T. R. Vol. 5, is booked for a stall
Mr. and Mrs. Selph paid this at Logan Bros. <& Henderson sta
LITTLEFIELD & GALBREATH.
office a pleasant call to-day in ble for the coming season.
Our first National bank will
company with. Mrs. M. J. Clark.
Office over Braly’s Bank.
be an interested party in the
There will be a regular busi New Oregon Insurance company
ness meeting of the Young Peo which will organize with a cash
DR. I. C.
ple’s Dancing Club at band hall capital of $100,000.
It is said that Gov. Pennoyer
Late of New Orleans, La.,
to-morrow evening at 7 o’clock.
Piles au<l Fistula a Spe
There is no more excitement will name the gentlemen for of
in hugging a girl in a toboggan ficers of the new county of Mal
free. Ao Cure
suit than there is in hugging a heur: County Judge, J. K.
Frohman; Sheriff, II. C. Murry;
Office with H. V. V. Johnson. M. D., bale of hay.” An exchange says :
“That is all how a feller is Clerk, Ed. Test; commissioners,
You can have all J. F. Lockey and Wm. Lacy.
O. W. GOUCHER.
E. E. GOUCHER. brought up.
F. Deilschiieider takes this
Goucher & Goucher. the bales of hay, and we will take
the girl, toboggan and all—every I method of informing the public
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
that a portion of his new stock
M c M innville -
O regon .
will arrive this week, and from
now on till April the leading
Office and residence, corner of Third and
D. streets, next to the postoffice.
Following is the list of letters factories of the east will send the
remaining uncalled for in Mc latest style to swell the large
Mrs. M. Sliadden.
Minnville postoffice March 1, stock already on hand. Re
member and goto Deilschneider
Fashionable Dressmaker* Allwood,
Biddleman, Ed. 2
tjy~The Taylor System of Cutting and Fit-
St. Louis papers say that one
Gaunt, Il M
Lamson, Mrs Terry
B street, bet. 2d and 3d, McMinnville. Or. Martin MissMarthaMilllard, Jehoida
train out of that city carried 460
Smith, M H
Vedder, Miss Marra capitalists from the Northwest
Young, Al 2
Parties calling for the same on their way to hunt investments
in California. The margins and
Hair Cutting, »having and »ham. will please say advertised.
J. F. W isecarver , P. M. profits of business in the east are
getting so narrow that there is
15c SHAVING 15c.
Emma Heath, the
emo not room for all the accumulated
C. H. FLEMING, Proprietor.
tional actress, supposed by the capital, and it has to go west.—
(Successor to A. C. Wyndham.)
strongest dramatic cr^npany [8. F. Alta.
Ladies and children’s work a specialty.
OH have just added to my parlor the ever brought to the! coast, will
largest and finest stock of < igars ever in this play a two nights dugagemeiit
•itv. Try them
at Garrison Opera house Fri A red steeofw^th tome white
UÇ. IRCVAXUA vol , day and Saturday evenings, on back, doming iyears old; up
March 4th and 5th, opening per bit onUefwrttT an^ a hole in
Friday night in East Lynne. right. Th\ owper cin have it
Reserved seats 75 cents, ou sale by paying nosts. Apply J. 8.
at Rogers & Todd’s drug store. Evenden, Gopher valley, late
General admission 50 cents.
James Agee’s farm.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
McMinnville College Notes.
Monday of last week, Prof.
Crawford was absent from the
school room. His chair was oc
cupied by J. F. (’lark, a student.
There is, at present, about 80
scholars in attendance.
Hon. J. R. Sanders, of Amity,
was present at chapel exercises
Thursday morning. He was in
the class room for a short time.
Mr. E. E. Selph, who, in form
er years, was a student of the
college, and who has been en
gaged in teaching school, paid
the college a visit on Thursday.
Miss Olds paid her respects to
the school, by calling at the aca
demic department on Friday
The students have begun to
drop out as it was expected they
would do. Messrs. J. F. Holman
and Thodore Burns, both of Polk
county, have <juit school. They
departed for their homes on
Mr. M. F. S. Hinton, a last
years student, has been visiting
on collegeside. He did not for
get to pay his respects to the
Since my last communication
Miss Pierce has been added to
the list of students.
Tuesday evening, Feb. 22d,
there was a pleasant surprise
party at the college. Refresh
ments were served, games were
played, and the young folks had
a good time in general. The
occasion of this pleasant affair,
was the twenty first birthday of
Mr. Lowell Lynch.
T om B ericht .
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An arrest was made yesterday
of a man near Bellevue, who was
taken to Lafayette to answer to
the charge of assault and buttery.
Delay« are Dangerou«.
You aay, well 'tis only a elight cold,
look out, it may lead to an inflamma
tion of the lining of the numerous air
cells of the Lung«, this is Pneumonia;
or to Spasmodic contractions of the
Abers of the air passages, which is
Asthma ; or the inflammation of the
lining membrane of the throat and
tu^es which pass through the Lungs,
which in. the first stage is called Bron
chitis, and may lead to coneuniption.
Qa,nta Abie is delicious ip flavor, cer
tain and perfect in its requite. A few
doses will Relieve, a thorough treat
ment cure the above named diseases.
Every bottle warranted by Rogers 4