The daily reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1887, March 02, 1887, Image 1

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VOL. II. NO. 50
The Daily Reporter,
M c M innville . O regon , W ednesday , march 2. 1887
East Lynne Friday night.
Cool,-clear and balmv weather.
The Charade club will meet
this evening at Mrs. Reids.
Uncle John Baker is reported
». C. 1RELAX» A Co.,
as resting somewhat easier.
The net proceeds of the Fire­
OREGON men’s fair amounted to $158.52.
The school meeting will be
T he D aily R eporter is issued every day
in the week except Sundays, and is delivered held at one o’clock p. m. on the
in the city at 10 cents per week. By mail, 40
cents per month in advanoe. Rates for ad­ 7th.
vertising same as for T he W eekly R epobteb .
Cedar posts of the best kind
for sale by F. Multner, Central
Fine Book and Job Printer«.
We beg leave to announce to the public
Choral Union meets at Dr.
that we have just added a large stock of new
novelties to our business, and make a special­ Galbreaths next Tuesday at 7 p.
ty of Letter Heads. Bill Heads, Note Heads,
Statements, Business Cards, Ladies Calling m., sharp.
Cards. Ball Invitations (new designs) Pro­
Miss Lillie Newgard entertain­
grammes, Posters, and all descriptions of
ed a whist party last evening at
work. Terms favorable. Call and be con­
their home.
Don’t forget the meeting of
tho Young folks dancing club
this evening.
Frosted and damaged apples
Office over Braly’s Bank.
wanted by F. Kloucheck, at the
apple Jack factory.
Finest cedar posts, and 30,000
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feet of good fencing for sale at
Late of New Orleans, La.,
the yard in McMinnville by
Piles and Fistula a Spe­ Stowe & Co.
ciality. Consultation
Henderson Bros, are hauling
tYce. iWo Cure
lumber preparatory to enlarg­
No Pay.
Offioe with H. V. V. Johnson. M. D., ing their commodious stable on
McMinnville, Oregon.
Third street.
Dr. Taylor goes to Corvallis
Mrs. M. Sliadden
on Wednesday and Thursday of
each week to attend cases he is
Fashionable Dressmaker. treating there.
fgPThe Taylor System of Cutting and Fit­
Custer Post band dissolved
ting employed.
last evening. The property was
B street, bet. 2d and 3d, McMinnville. Or.
put up in lottery form, and the
boys drew everything but the
Coucher & Coucher. wagon.
Mark High went out to the
M c M iwnville .... O b eoom . farm of Hon. J. J. Henderson
yesterday and brought in a pair
Office and residence, corner of Third and
D. streets, next to the postoffice.
of stall fed roadsters for the City
Miss Katie Thornton and Mrs.
McDonald went to Wheatland
Hair Cutting, Shaving: and sham,
for several days visit to friends,
pooing Parlor.
including the families of Messrs.
15c SHAVING 15c. John
Allison and Jos. Kirkwood.
C. H. FLEMING, Proprietor.
There are reports afloat that
(Successor to A. C. Wyndham.)
Mr. Ilappersetts residence has
Ladies and children's work a specialty.
£***1 have ju9t added to my parlor the been let, but as we have heard
largest and finest stock of < igars ever in this it several times before, we will
eitv. Try them
wait before saying it is occupied.
Mr. Wright has commenced
laying the foundation for the
new Reporter office ; and if the
weather proves favorable, the
carpenters will commence work
on Monday next.
llcHinnville, Oregon.
Entered in the Postoffice at McMinnville for
Transmission Through the Mails as Sec­
ond Class Matter.
Fine Job Printers,
Vote of Thanks.
Living Witnesses.
W hereas , We the undersign­
ed members of the firemen’s
fair executive committee, on be­
half of McMinnville Fire De­
partment, desire to express our
thanks to each and all persons
who, through their assistance
ami liberal patronage, helped to
make the seventh annual fair a
most complete success. Therefore
be it
R esolved , That we herewith
tender a vote of thanks to the
members of the Coffee brigade,
the Broom brigade, the Min­
strels, Custer Post band, the
committee on Art Gallery, and
each and every person connect­
ed with the fair, for their kind
R esolved , That a copy of
these resolutions be published
in the Daily and Weekly Re­
porter and the West Side Tele­
E. W. F uller , Chair.
W. G. H enderson , Sec’y.
W. A. H enderson , j
E ls i a W right ,
T. M. F ields .
Rev. Joseph Langston is a
well known lbii !er and mem-
ber of the So
ieorgia Con-
ference of
M. E. Church
South, station
at Brownwood,
Ga., on the southwestern rail-
road, and is esteemed by all who
know him. He says:
Gentlemen—I very cheerfully
and gratefully certify to the
efficacy of Swift’s Specific in
curing me of a severe case of
dyspepsia, which had harrassed
me for about two years. 1 had
it so bad that I could not sleep.
Night after night 1 lay awake,
unable to get an hour’s sleep.
My friends who hail known me
before I had the dyspepsia hard­
ly recognized the same man in
me when the disease held me in
its tightest grip. 1 truthfully
say that 1 had dyspepsia about
as bad as any man could have
it, not to die. It was so severe
that I felt, as I suppose other
dyspeptics do, as if I had several
different fatal diseases; ranging
from heart disease to consump­
Indeed, one physician
stood me out that one of my
lungs was affected.
After several months of taking
S. S. S. I was cured, and am en­
tirely well to-day, not having
lost a single day this year in my
pastoral work. I keep 8. 8. 8.
as a household medicine, and
there are few ailments which,
by purifying the blood, are not
benefitted, and many cured, by
the use of Swift’s Specific.
J oseph O. L ang .
For sale by Rogers & Todd.
Treatise on blood and skin dis­
eases mailed free. The Swift
Specific Co., drawer 3, Atlanta,
Georgia; 157 W. 23d street, New
The Rev. John C. Fair Will
lecture to-night at St. James
church at 7:30. Subject: “What
is Religion?” In the lectures
which are to follow an attempt
will be made to insist upon
some of the truths which are
most fundamentally related to
the souls religious life as they
come in contact with some forms
of modern thought. All are in­
vited to attend.
Father White left the city yes­
terday to attend the funeral of
Rt. Rev. Father Blanch at Van­
couver at 11 a. ui. to-dav. Fath­
er B. died at Vancouver on the
25th, at the advanced age of 90
years. He was one of the pio­
neer missionaries of this coast
and came here at a time when
Oregon was a synonym for wil­
derness and Washington. Idaho
and Montana territories were
unnamed and unknown. He
was greatly beloved by his asso­
ciates in religion and will be de­
voutly mourned by his spiritual
flock in his diocese. His death
resulted from a natural and
gradual decay of the vital forces,
and was not unexpected.
Emma Heath, the great emo­
tional actress, supported by the
strongest dsorfiatic company
ever brought to tjle const, will
play a two çij^rfs engagement
nt Garrison Opera house Fri­
day and Saturday evenings,
March 4th and 5th, opening
Friday night in East Lynne.
Reserved seats 75 cents, ou sale
at Rogers & Todd’s drug store.
General admission 50 cents.
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