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About The daily reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1887 | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1887)
W. T. BAXTER.
J. O. KOGERS.
New Firm, New Goods, New Prices:
F actory .
At the New Store of
BAXTER & ROGERS I
W. H. BINGHAM.
(Sucoessoes to Baxter & Martin,)
Third street. MoMinnville, Oregon.
ONLY $1 FOR TWO YEARS.
This period includes the next Presidential
Manu&ctnrer and Dealer. In
Rcpiibllctin sutec" Dcnuind*
Parlies sending five subscribers with $5
A new, neat and elean stock. Every article
will receive an extra copy free.
A No. 1. Fruit Jars, Butter Crocks, Colored
E. W. FOX.
Glassware, Cutlery, Cased Goods, To
President and Manager,
of all kinds.
bacco, Pipes aud Cigars.
Washington, D. C.
Fresh Fruit and Vegetables m Season. Just received an extra tine lot of Black walnut Furniture, and Undertakers Goods of a
Readers of THE REPORTER can
Give us a call. Inspect our stock, and we
designs. Call and price my stock.
will guarantee price
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ance of this year , 1887. for $ 175 ; or
both , for the two years ensuing till
after the inauguration in 1889, for
four dollars cash. Now is the time
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And everything in the Livery hire,
in good shape
At Keasonablc Kates.
,'icke”‘ *o,<l »° aU PROMINENT POINTS
Throughout the East ninl Southeast.
To CHICAGO and all points EAST.
r®’“ BE CAREFUL AND DO NOT MAKE A MISTAKE-BUT BE SURE
Notice of Sale by Common Carrier.
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Notice is hereby given that the Oregon and
California Railroad company, of Portland,
Oregon, a common carrier having transport
ed the personal property hereinafter describ
ed, from various points in the state of Ore
gon, to the town of McMinnville in the state
And see that your ticket reads via Portland and
of Oregon, at the request of the owner or law
ful possessor thereof, and having safely stor
ed and kept said property, and by virtue
thereof having a lien upon the same for its
just and reasonable charges, .»nd more than To avoid changes and serious delays occasioned In* other routes. Through
Emigrant Sleeping Cars arc run on Regular Express Trains Full
three months having elapstd since said
transportation and care has been performed,
Length of tlie Line. Berths Free.
and no part of said reasonable and just LOWEST RATES!
charges having teen paid, all persons whom
it may concern are hereby notified that said
GENERAL OFFICE OF THE COMPANY,
Oregon and California Railroad company by
its receiver wi'l on the 28th day of March
1S87, commencing at eleven o'clock a. m.,
A. D. CHARLTON. General Western Passenger Agent.
sell at public auction to the highest bidder,
for cash in hand, at the warehouse of said
company, in the town of McMinnville, in
Family Grocery Store,
the state of Oregon, all and singular said
personal property or sufficient thereof to
satisfy said lein and charges and the costs
and expenses of making said sale. Said prop
Third Street, McMinnville, Oregon.
erty having been shipped, consigned and
transported between the points hereinafter
named, and being more particularly de
scribed as follows:
Lot 1 from Portland, 3 Pieces Bowling
Alley, marked E. B. Berry.
(Successor to L. ROOT.)
Lot 2 from Portland. 1 bdl. w. paper,
marked P. F. Brown
R. K oehler ,
Receiver of the Oregon & Cal. IL R. Co.
Portland Oregon, March 3, 1887.
All Fresh Soods, Groceries, Flour, Bacon, and
===St. PAUL or MINNEAPOLIS,==
| No. 2 Washington St., Portland, Oregon.
J. Harv. Henderson,
Hui Paini M’ij Co.
Glassware and Crockery.
Goods delivered to purchasers in the city
226 FOURTH ST., PORTLAND. TELE
PHONE, NO. 193.
Manufacturers of the ( elebrated
Late of Independence, having purchased the
TEAMS AND TRI CKS
Of Logan Bros, «fc Henderson, offers his j
services in that line to the public, and will
To all who favor him with their patronage.
He will keep a wagon specially adapted to the
delivery of parcels, trunks satchels, etc., for
the aocomodation of the public. Orders left
at the stable will be promptly attended to at
PAINT FOR ROOFS AND OUT-
Grinder of fine oolors, Putty, etc. Dealers
in Paints, Oils, and Varnishes.
paints have been in use on theO. R. * N. and
N. P. R. R. for the past three years, which of
itself is a guarantee of its excellence. Send
your orders direct to the factory. We refer
to any first business firm in Portland.
JAMES P. SHAW, Pres, and Man’r
■BUI iti MB.
Third St., bot.
I am now fullv prepared to do all kinds of
work in JE A ELERY, WATCHES, CLOCKS
and all kinds of pins for lodges, trades, etc.
Jewelery made to order Everything guar
anteed. Good and reliable work.
Cheaper than the cheapest where workman
snip is concerned. Give me a trial.
FINE WATCH REPAIRING A SPE
The Central Hotel,
Dining Station of the 0. C. R. R.
F. Multner, Prop.
(Late of tlie »St. Charles.)
This Hotel lias just been refitted and new
ly refurnished throughout, and will be kept
in a first class style.
The table is supplied with all the market
affords, and guests can rely upon good olenn
beds, and comfortable rooms.
Special accomodations for commercial
JOHN J. SAX,
Ample room to care tor horses.
teams at as reasonable rates as any where in
Oregon. New stable Third St., McMinnville.
E. W. ALLEN.
(Successor to H. Hanson.)
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
Farm, Garden, Flower and Tree Seeds,
Fruit, Shade and Ornamental Trees, Garden and
Orchard Tools, Etc.
»Send for Catologue.
171 Front Street, Portland, Oregon.
Farm For Sale.
2SO ACRES. 125 in cultivation; 6
'-'miles south west of Sheridan
Having an experience of nine years as
Register of the land office, at Oregon City.
Oregon, I am now ready to attend to I»ana
business for settlers and claimants before For further information address R.G.Wonh-
the District, or the General, Land office on
reasonable terms. Advioe and information, ington, Sheridan, Or., or Wright A Eilia
if desired, will be given by mail.
Feed Chopping Mill
In Running Order,
Willchop Feed for $2 perton
or one-tenth toll.
Farmers and others having grain to chop
can come to my mill, and attend to any
business in the oity to better advantage than
driving two miles oat of town to get their
JOHN J. SAX.
A. A. KENYON
KENYON &. RAY, Proprletori.
(Suooessor to W. F. Bangasser.)
Will keep on hand at all times the very
best quality of fresh meats, that can be ob
tained in the market, and respectfully solicit
a share of the publio patronage.
MP-Giveus a trial order and we will