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DAILY EVENING REPORTER.
M c M innville , O regon , T hursday ,
VOL. II. NO. 51
march 3. 1887
PRICE TWO CENTS.
It is said the rapidity with
which Charleston is being re
East Lynne Friday night.
Yesterday being the birthday
Entered in the Postoffioe at McMinnville for
Take the Daily Reporter and
ot Mrs. Hartman and Miss Jos
Transmission Through the Mails as Sec
quakes having now let go, the
ond Class Matter.
learn the news.
lin, a large number of their
Cedar posts of tln^H'st kind process of rebuilding the devast- friends assembled at the form
D. C. IRELAND.
E. L. E. WHITE.
for bale bv F. MidZijA Central ed city is the chief occupation er’s residence, in the evening,
D. C. IRELAND A: < o.,
and gave them a complete sur-
“Now, Tommy,” said the prist*. The evening
Dayton wants a good school
school teacher, who was hearing very pleasantlv.
T he D ails R eporter is issued every day
present whose names are re-
in the week except Sundays, and is delivered
Frosted and da iZiihed apples do two pints make? ” “Two called were:
in the oity at 10 cents per week. By mail, 40
pints,” promptly responded
Mr. and Mrs. Detmering, Mr.
cents per month in advanoe. Rates for ad wanted by F. Kloi^/eck, at the
'Pommy, “make dad howling
vertising same as for T he W eeklv R eporter . apple Jack factory.
and Mrs. Gault, Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Sperry, who has been drunk for two days.
44 Did you ever hear ‘’Phe Maid- Hartman, Mr. ami Mrs. (’amp
Fine Book and Job Printer«.
visiting her sister, Mrs. Dr.
bell, Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Johnson,
We beg leave to announce to the public
en’s Praver?’” asked a drummer ’ Mr. and Mrs. Wallace, Mr. and
that we have just added a large stock of new
Mrs. Win. Logan and Miss of a merchant who had five Mrs. G rissen, Mr. and Mrs.
novelties to our business, and make a special
ty of Letter Heads. Bill Heads, Note Heads, Fannie Musgrove made us a daughters, “Did 1 ever?
You ! Balmer, Mr. and Mrs. Gortner,
Statements, Business Cards, Ladies' Calling
bet I have, with all the varia-1 Mr. and Mrs. Hodson, Mr. and
Cards, Ball Invitations (new designs) Pro pleasant call this afternoon.
grammes. Posters, and all descriptions of
The first number of the Leb- tions from matinee tickets to1 Mrs. Matheiu, Mr. and Mrs. Dr.
work. Terms favorable. Call and be con
aunoii Express, Stine’s newest sealskin sacques.
D. C. IRELAND & CO.
’Pucker, Mr. and Mrs. Wright,
venture, will be issued next Sat
Mr. and Mrs. Holt Turner, Mr.
Mobile Register we take this and Mrs. Geo. W. Burt.
LITTLEFIELD & CALBREATH.
Finest cedar po
Bishop, Russel, Baker, Wash-
Out of its scabbard, never band
feet of good fenciy£
burn, and Newgard. ] Misses.
Waved sword from stain as free,
Office over Braly’s Bank.
the yard in NJfMii/nville by Nor purer sword laid braver band,
Johnson, Smith, Ida Smith,
Nor braver bled for a brighter land,
Stowe & Co.
Nor brighter land had a cause so Boyce, Gortner, Bell Johnson,
Senator Ingalls, of Kansas,
Kay, Newgard, Pierce, Ireland
DR. I. C. -■ — TAYLOR,
W allace, Maty Johnson, Sperry,
Late of New Orleans, La..
of the senate protein, vice Sen The steamer Yaquina City in Baker, Palmer, Cook and Hen
Piles and Fistula a Spe ator Sherman resigned.
passing out Sunday last, ran on dricks. Messrs. Gortner, Hol
When one base ball player the north spit of Yaquina bay man, Kay, Glenn, Cook, Jorden,
free. Ao Cure
gets as much pay as two sena where she remained about ten Tap, and Happersett.
to inquire, or fifteen minutes, with the as
y-g~ Offioe with H. V. V. Johnson. M. D.} tors it is time
Programme for the McMinn
sistance of a tug she was fin
“whether are we drifting?”
Felt cloths in colors, with ally floated off ami proceeded to ville Open Temperane«* society,
March 7th, 1887:
Mrs. M. Shadden
crescents and fri e to match, sea.
all new and ha
è goods, at
Mr. G. W. Banister, of Chero Opening of the society.
Fashionable Dressmaker« E. B. Fellows fu nitore ware- kee, Iowa, is visiting his brother, Prayer.
Music, Miss Lizzie llandley.
tSF The Taylor System of Catting and Fit rooms.
Miles Banister, near Dayton.
Address, Rev. A. J. Hunsaker.
A petition has been presented Mr. B. arrived over tin* NPRR,
B street, bet. 2d and id, McMinnville. Or.
Music, Prof, (’rawford.
to Prof. Freund to organize a and was S days coming from his
G. W. GOUCHER.
E. E. GOUCHER.
a new school district, in the home.
'Phe meeting of the
Instrumental music, Mr. and
Goucher & Goucher. vicinity of and including the brothers was a happy one, not
Chris. Newby mill, in Happy having seen each other for near Miss Russ.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
Reading, S. F. Harding.
M c M inn vil le -
O regok . valley.
ly 40 years.—Herald.
Dialogue, Ray Satchwell and
The Dayton Herald says it
Office and residence, corner of Third and
D. streets, next to the postoffice.
has just received a machine for Missouri, chairman of the com Harvey Fleishauer.
Music, Miss Annie Young.
making letter heads and bill mittee on labor, obtained recent
heads into blocks. That must ly from Secretary Endicott a
E. V’. V anatta , Sec.
be a good invention wav out positive assurance that hereafter
Hair Outline, shaving anti Miam.
there on the prairie where wood the military band at St. Louis
The Dayton Herald boldly
will not be allowed to compete asks “where is hell.” Well; we
15c SHAVING 15c. is scarce.
Emma Heath, the great emo- with local bands, and will only do not like to plead ignorance
C. H. FLEMING. Proprietor.
ed by the be permitted io take contracts on a small subject like that, and
tional actress, sii
(Successor to A. C. Wyndham.)
company for outside work where there if the party will spend a month
Ladies and children's work a specialty.
have . just added to my
„ . parlor the ever brouglyf to
Phis will in a country printing office he
coast, will are no local bands.
largest and finest stock of < igars ever in this
etv. Try ’hem
engagement also apply to other points where will have no difficulty in finding
play a tw
at Garrison i Opera house Fri- military bands come in compe- where hell is, and it millions of
i> C. IRELAND A CO.,
day an<l 1 Saturdav evenings, tition with private bands, disciples.
March 4th and 5th, opening Ahem! “This means Vancouv-
The charade party was a per-
Friday night in East Lynne. I er or it means nothing.’’
feet success, last evening, There
Reserved seats 75 cents, on sale:
D. C. Ireland is expected were about eight couple in at«
at Rogers & Todd’s drug store.
! home to-night.
General admission 50 cents.
Fine Job Printers,