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DAILY EVENING REPORTER.
Th$ Daily Reporter.
M c M innville , O regon , T hursday , march io .
PRICE TWO CENTS.
B. Campbell, general freight
The Idyl of the Lay.
agent of the ORN is east taking
Read Apperson’s new ad.
We met a fellow’ passenger,
Entered in the Postoffioe at MoMinnville for
notes of the situation.
Transmission Through the Mails as Sec
traveling to Portland last week
Annie Pixley will play a Dea
ond Class Matter.
who was humming a tune that
con’s Daughter at the Union
sounded very much like Steph
D. C. IRELAND.
E. L. E. WHITE.
last evening from Baker county. Square theater April 25th.
en Maybell’s Willamette Bridge.
D. C. IRELAND & Co.,
Astoria is mad enough to burn
Jay Gould thinks at his time
Detecting McMinnville in it w’e
of life a man ought to be content the President in effigy for pock made him promise to send a
eting the appropriation bill.
OREGON ed, if he has got a little property
copy for publication. This is it:
Call and look at all the goods
T he D aily R epobteb is issued every day together.
in the week except Sundays, and is delivered
The Oregon mist, fell soft and wet,
In school district No. 46, Dur
When through the streets of Lafayette,
in the city at 10 oents per week. By mail, 40
buy, Appersons is the place to A form was seen, long, thin and gaunt,
cents per month in advanoe. Rates for ad ham’s, J. B. P. Piette was chos
Whose voice rose in this mournful chant,
vertising same as for T he W eekly R epobteb .
They’re going to move, I fear they will,
en director and D. O. Durham do it.
There is nothing in this mind The County Seat to McMinnville.
Fine Book and Job Printers.
reading business. If there were His lip was thin, his eye was deep,
We beg leave to announce to the public
Like one aroused from ling’ring sleep.
a mind reader could adopt poker He
thought on the ‘•courts’’ and attendant
that we have just added a large stook of new teach.
novelties to our business, and make a special
On ‘‘conventions” and '‘«uoh” till in grief
ty of Letter Heads. Bill Heads, Note Heads,
Statements, Business Cards, Ladies' Calling yesterday securing supplies for
They want to move, and 1 fear they will
Come one and XflL/*/t/don’t Our golden harvest to McMinnville
Cards, Ball Invitations (new designs) Pro his camp. He reports 44 feet as
grammes, Posters, and all descriptions of
cost anvthing to looWatfafods at
In happy homes he'd seen the light
work. Terms favoratle. Call and be con the deepest snow’ last month. No
"oounty funds,” gleam, warm and bright.
D. C. IRELAND <fc CO.
damage was done at his place, Redmond’s All new^and»right. Of
The ‘‘prisoners keep ' in good round f« m —
sou) made moan as he thought on these,
but at millers the snow’ crushed Don’t buy old goods when you His
There going to move, I know they will,
in buildings, doing considerable can get new ones for less money. Our share of “pap” to McMinnville.
LITTLEFIELD & CALBREATH,
Joseph Cook announced yes
old man said,
One of the nicest things in the terday that he had a penholder “Public opinion.” This town is dead.
Offioe over Braly’s Bank.
seek its death throes to prolong?
made from the telegraph pole Why
Yet still he voiced this mournful song.
Oregon. city is an invalids chair just com
They’re going to move, alas! They will,
pleted by B. Clark, at E. B. Fel shattered in the Chicago riot last The county seat to McMinnville.
Dr. H. J. MINT1IORN.
lows furniture store. It has a spring. This may lead some to
O stay! The merchant cried, "and write,”
Physician and Obstetrican, movable attachment which, when . There are two things in this Your witty pen must win the fight.
We must sell cheap if you “give in.”
taken off makes a fine parlor pat
At this his voice grew weak and thin —
"They’re going to move, you know they will
ent rocker. Mr. Clark has no w orld that wo cannot understand; The
county seat to McMinnville.”
Eight years’ experience in civil praotice,
one is that you catch a cold with,
and three years in government service as
physician and surgeon. Medioal Graduate
house means “tax;”
of Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, state.
The attorney cried, but thought, ‘ this laoks
on it stays with you, and if you Safety for public documents,
Pa., also of Iowa State University.
How this my starving soul contents!—
stop it, it goes aw’ay.
For fast ensuing litigation
Will fill our purses to inflation.”
DR. I. C. TAYLOR,
Neighborhood correspondents That
voice shrieked out more wildly still
Miss Cora Baker as the pop-'
should be very cautious about They wont stand that VII.
Late of New Orleans, La.,
corn girl, and Holt Nelson as a
sending any items of a personal Years passed, a tourist cross the main
Piles and Fistula a Spe
gipsey chief were awarded prizes
at a city, on a plain.
nature likely to give offense. Gazed
A “suberb” near on a hill was set,
firee. IV o Cure
“addition” was called “I afayette,”
This is occasionally done, either “ Which
What city here so large and grand.
Following is a partial list of
cried, in admiration bland.
through malice or thoughtless He
“This,’’ answered one. “is MoMinnville
Offioe with H. V. V. Johnson, M. D., maskers: Miss Terry as The I
ness, and invariably makes ene The county seat of old Yamhill. Traveler,
Yamhill Reporter, of course we
mies and trouble in the neigh-:
G. w. GOVCHEB.
E. E. GOUCHER. felt partial to her, and duly ap
Business is Business,
borhood. Don’t do it; we will
Goucher & Goucher. preciate the compliment; R. B.
not have it.
Anti 1 wish to have it u>y<t Atood
Hibbs and Miss Nettie’ Hender
PHYSICIAN8 AND SURGEONS.
The demagogue who poses as that I mean what 1
M c M iwnvili . e -
O begow . son, as the Hunter and Huntress,
an anti-monapolist because it is That all persons indebted to mo
and Holt Nelson and Miss Aggie
Office and residence, corner of Third and
his only political stock in trade, are required to call and settle ac
Johnson as the Gipsies, were fine,
D. streets, next to the postoffice.
and who attacks any newspaper counts forth with, in order to
faultless, and observed by all ob
whose policy he cannot dictate,
servers. Cora Baker, pop corn, by denouncing it as the organ of! save costs. Get in and square
up either by note or coin with
and Laura McGuire as Goddess
Hair Cutting, shavlnr and Sham,
whisky, monopoly, and the devil, out delay.
J. M. H ulery .
of Liberty were each considered
always finds the Reporter classify McMinnville, March 9th, 1887.
15e SHAVING 15c. eligible for the prize, but Cora ing and describing him properly.
Baker got it. Mrs. Josie Johnson
Geo. W. Burt to-day received
C. H. FLEMING, Proprietor.
Jacksonville refused to give to
(Successor to A. C. Wyndham.)
the OCR thirty or forty thous the deed for his recent purchase
Ladies and children’s work a specialty.
and dollars bonus when the road of the D.
«»*1 have just added to my parlor the Riding Hood ; Richard Johnson,
was built through that country, property on C street. This is
largest and finest stock of cigars ever in this
the Plowboy ; Henry Stuart , Afri
city. Try them.
and now she proposes to spend one of the finest residences in
; A. M. Taggart, Domino ;
three hundred thousand to build Yamhill county, and Mr. Burt
Mrs. M. Shadden. can
Hugh Collard Jockey ; Ernest
a branch line to connect with the is to be congratulated upon his
Bollack, Phunny Phellow’. Sup
Fashionable Dressmaker« per w’as served at Cooks, and it main road, and it will only be a good fortune in the purchase.
branch affair when it is complet It is another evidence of the
f^The Taylor System of Gutting and Fit
was a collation fit for Kings and ed. But she realizes now that fact that he has come to Me-
she must have a railroad.
I Minnville to stay.
B street, bet. 2d snd 3d. McMinnville, Or. Princes.