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DAILY EVENING REPORTER
M c M innville , O regon , W ednesday , march 9. 1887.
The Choral Union meeting, at sulphuric acid then drying and
Thanks to Hon. J. E. Magers, Dr. Galbreath’s last evening, was pressing between sheets of blot
Entered in the Postoffioe at McMinnville for
one of the most successful and ting paper. In France, pipes are
Transmission Through the Mails as Sec for favors done at Lafayette ves-
largely attended of any hitherto made of this substance scarcely
ond Class Matter.
Judge Loughary was called to held. Two new pieces were re distinguishable from the meer
D. C. IRELAND.
E. L. E. WHITE.
Carlton yesterday to tie the con hearsed. The next meeting will schaum. By subjecting the mass
be at the residence of John S. to great pressure a substance can
». C. IRELAND & Co.,
be made of it rivaling ivory in
Call and look at J
Baxter & Rogers’ w
. ap hardness.
OREGON you want to, but \v
pears to-day, as sp£c
T he D aily R epobteb is issued every day buy, Appersons isi
Business is Business,
Baxter & Martin. T1 r are in
in the week except Sundays, and is delivered
in the city at 10 oents per week. By mail, 40
receipt of a full line oyhev^goods, And I wish
lave it uni
oents per month in advanoe. Rates for ad
The proposed mail service on and with the new 1/f-m and new that I mea what I si
vertising same as for T he W eekly R epobteb . the narrow gauge will be a snide
prices, seem determined to keep That all
Jhs indebted to me
Fine Book and Job Printers. affair. Give them first class or the lead as family grocers Give are required to call and settle ac
We beg leave to announoe to the public nothing.
them a call.
counts forth with, in order to.
that we have just added a large stock of new
Hon. Wyatt Harris was in the
Only probate business, so far, save costs. Get in and square
novelties to our business, and make a special city to-day. He is now ready to
ty of Letter Heads, Bill Heads, Note Heads,
has been transacted by the Coun up either by note or coin with
Statements, Business Cards, Ladies’ Calling begin the work of assessment for ty court. Final settlement was
J. M. H ulery .
Cards, Ball Invitations (new designs) Pro the current year.
allowed in the matter of the es McMinnville, March 9th, 1887.
grammes, Posters, and all descriptions of
J. M. Hulery has made ar tate of H. C. Baker, deceased,
work. Terms favorable. Call and be con
D. C. IRELAND & CO.
The Lost is Found.
rangements for standing his fa and the will of A. I’. Woolsey
mous horse Milton, in this city admitted to probate, with A. C.
G. E. Det
g was I
the coming season.
Grouse are hooting, and pheas will probably be drawn to-day. rival of his fi
e of imported
ants drumming. A grouse does
To make your lamp chimney worsted and
Oregon. not very often make any mistake tough, put it in your cook stove also a complef'
about the advent of spring.
^/all on him,
reservoir while the water is cold
G. G. Greens “shut the door and let it remain there all day and he will show them the finest
card got here too late for. prac
the following night, when it will stock in that line that ever came
cool slowly. Don’t cut your to Yamhill county. If you should
open such weather as this.
lamp wicks; rub off the charred think it blow, call and judge for
ience in civil practice,
yourself. He can always prove
end with a match.
sn. Medical Graduate buying and
of Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia,
The following is a sure cure what he advertises if you give
Pa., also of Iowa State University.
sheep, etc., from this city. He for chilblains: Taken handful1 him a chance. When the various
sends two or three car loads to [ of dried peach leaves and pour lines of goods arrive that are on
» the Sound this week.
their way from San Francisco,
W. D. Carey was in the city boiling water on them, and let
he will have no rival in his line
yesterday, able to get about on them stand till cool enough not
to burn the patient; then place outside of Portland. He requests
crutches. It will be remembered
the feet in the water fifteen min- us to thank the public for the
Aree. No Cure
his left leg was injured recently
utes. Do this two or three times kindness shown him since he
by a kick from a horse.
£-3?“ Office with H. V. V. Johnson, M. D.9
The Rev. John C. Fair, will and it will effect a cure. If you has been in their midst, and re
lecture to-night at St James cannot get the dried peach leaves, spectfully asks you one and all
E. E. GOUCHER.
O. W. GOÜCHEB.
to call and inspect his stock.
church at 7:30. Subject: “What plain water will do as well.
& Coucher. is the relation between the Uni- The old man looks back on The Oregonian predicts that:
verse and the Supreme Intelli the days of his life, and views Now that Beecher is dead, Ply
O begon . gence.” All are invited to attend. his mistakes in the light of ex mouth church has lost its Bis
M c M innville
After all of its abuse of Henry perience. Why cannot the young mark and will split up like a
Office and residence, corner of Third and
D. streets, next to the postoffioe.
Ward Beecher, the Oregonian man just starting out in life take ship at sea that has lost at once
admits that “his death leaves a advantage of the experience of its captain, pilot, and anchor.”
void,” which, in the whole coun the old man and steer clear of Time will show the utterly
the i cks and shoals upon which
viuff anil Sham, try, “there is no man to fill.”
shameful attidude of the Orego
Beecher’s charities amounted to the old man so often foundered? nian upon this topic, the death
G 15c. thousands of dollars per year. Let the young man shun the fol of “Rev. Henry Ward Beecher.
The UPR road is carying fruit lies and vanities of the day, and
Go see the
C. H. FLEMING, Proprietor.
(Snooessor to A. C. Wyndham.)
new music box
Ladies and children’s work a specialty.
tune by any o
£^*l have just added to my parlor the pound, from California to Chi lead to success.
Young man, jewelry store,
largest and finest stook of c igars ever in this
cago. They carry an average of think seriously of these things. etor.
city. Try them.
A new use has been discovered
20,000 pounds to the car. This
A serenading party last night
Mrs. M hadden
gives the road $300 per car; a for potatoes. They can be con surprised Wm. L. Bangasser and
pretty good sum for a freight verted into a substance resem
smaker« car; and affords the shippers bling celluloid, by peeling them, others with sweet strains of
music, wafted over the mellow
ing and Fit*
some show for profit on the sale and after soaking in water, im air of the clear and beautiful
pregnating with eight parts of evening.
B street, bet. 2d and 3d,_MoMin^yiIle, O t . of their stuff.
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