The daily reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1887, March 10, 1887, Image 4

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    Oregonian R. R. Co. limited Line.
D. C. IRELAND & CO. PUBLISHERS.
McMinnville, Or
Meh. 10, 1887
Tributes to Women.
TREATMENT.
The great restorative and tonic. Has been
used for many years with remarkable results,
and is guaranteed to cure Men young or mid
die aged, who have by their indulgences or
indiscretion brought upon themselves.
RODGERS Oil POLISH SHOE
BLACKING,
Confucius—Woman is the mas­
NEHVOIN DEBILITY.
producing
some of the following effects :—
For Sale Everywhere
terpiece.
Nervousness, Loss of energy and power,
want of ambition, lack of ideas, mental and The best in the World. Keeps the Leather
Herder—Woman is the crown physical
weakness, aversion to society, un­
soft and pliable.
fitness to marry, melancholy, failing mem­
of creation.
ory, organic weakness, impoverished blood
Use No Other BLACKING,
Voltaire—Women teach us re­ or over-worked brain, and all those depress­
ing ailments, consequent on impaired vital­
—Manufactured by—
pose, civility and dignity.
ity, or defective organic action, which leads
the sufferer to early decay or insanity, which
John Quincy Adams—All that is worse than death.
To the many men, married and single,
I am my mother made me.
who are throwing their money away on
2.30 First Street, Portland, Or.
humbug belts, worthless “wonderful cures,’’
Lamartine—Tlnye is a woman or
worse quaok doctors, we ask you to give
SALVO TREATMENT a trial. Thousands
at the bottom of all great things. have
testified to its merits, and its curative
a most brilliant polish
Whittier—If woman lost us properties have been eulogized by the lead­ It produces
with
half
the usual rubbing,
ing physician« in this country.
Eden, such as she can restore it. Young men suffering from the affects of
which does not get dim
imprudenoe, can rely on a perma­
or rub off on the
E. S. Barrett—Woman is last youthful
nent cure. No matter WHAT you have tak­
clothes. It con­
en, or who has failed to CURE you SALVO
at the cross ami earliest at the TREATMENT we guarantee to CURE YOU.
tains no
gentiejien
.
acids.
grave.
Salvo Treatment as now prepared, is
Richter—No man can either pleasant to take, and assimilates readily ASK YOUR DEALERS FOR IT.
with the food in the Stomach. No min­
live piously or die righteous eral contained in the treatment. A
part of the treatment is composed
without a wife.
of seven different roots and herbs, al­
ways prepared in a fresh state, and the most
N. I’. Willis—The sweetest valuable
medicines known to modern
—AND—
The balance of the treatment is
thing in life is the unclouded scienoe.
put up in small pill form, pleasant to take
Lodging House,
and handy to carry in the pocket. The com­
welcome of a wife.
plete treatment is put up in packages, and
Third Street, opposite the Braly Bank,
all medioines necessary for over
Voltaire—All the reasonings oontains
-
Oregon.
one months home treatment. Hundreds of McMinnville,
<>. C. Hiatt, Prop.
of men are not worth one senti­ oases have been cured with one package
one months treatment.] Fall directions
------ (o)------
ment of women.
how to exercise, diet, bathe, etc., accompan­
Finest domestic and imported cigars.
ies each package. Price per package $2.00,
and lodging.
Beecher—Women are a new three packages $5.00. Sent prepaid and Board
Meals at all hours.
sealed on reoeipt of prioe.
Public patronage respectfully solicited.
race, re-created since the world securely
Knowing as we do the great curative ef­
fects of Salvo treatment, we will give the
received Christianity.
following guarantee: With each order for
three packages [three months treatment] A. H. & 0. 0. HODSON
Leopold Schaefer—But one enclosing
$5.00 we will send our W ritten
Dealers In
uarantee to refund the money if the treat­
thing on earth is better than the G
ment does not effect a cure.
Three packages sent C. <>. D. on receipt of
wife—that is tin* mother.
$2.00 to secure us against loss.
Shakespeare—For where is Send money by P. O. Money order, Regis­ HARDWARE,
tered letter, Express or Bank draft at our
any author in the world teaches risk. Address.
TINWARE &
CHEMICAL CO.,
such beauty as a woman’s eyes? No. 1 A 3 SALVO
South Sixth St.,
St Louis, Mo.
A treatise on SALVO TREATMENT, con­
Michelet—Woman is the Sun­ taining
testimonials from eminent physioi-
cians, as to the virtue of the principal oura-
day of man; not his repose only, tive
properties of the treatment Sent free.
Sealed. |
but his joy, the salt of his life.
Margaret Fuller Ossoli—Wo­ OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
VIA
man is born for love, and it is
The Oregon and California R. R.
impossible to turn her from seek­
And Connections.
Fare from Portland to San Francisco $32;
As the times will allow.
ing it.
to Sacramento, $30.
T. Rodgers,
Star Restaurant,
Stoves
An old citizen of Walla Walla
is quoted as remarking: “No, I
was never very lucky in the lot­
tery business.” The only men
who ever are lucky in that busi­
ness are those who sell, not
those who buy the tickets. It
has been calculated that a man
wins a prize in a lottery about
as often as he is struck by light­
ning.
Water is last receeding in the
rivers, and no further damages
may he expected.
Close connections made at Ashland with
stages of the California. Oregon and Idaho
stage company.
We
(DAILV EXCEPT SUNDAYS.)
La«t Wide Division.
BETWEEN POHH.ODA AMtl.AM
Vlnil Tritt ti.
LEAVE.
ARRIVE.
|
Portland... .8:0u a . m .¡Ashland.........4:(M) a . m .
Ashland.... 8:45 f . m J Portland
3:45 p. M.
Albany i:i|>r«Mit Trittu.
LEAVE.
AHRIVK.
Portland... .4:00 p.
Lebanon....4:45 a .
Lebanon
Portland
m .
m .
.9:20 P. M.
10:05 A. M.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars
daily tietween Portland and Ashland.
The O. A C. K. R. Ferry makes connection
with all the regular trains on the east side
division from foot of F street.
Wrtl Ride Dlvinloit.
BET. POHTI.AND AND (OHVAl.I.IIL
Wail Train.
LEAVE.
I
ARRIVE.
Portland... 7:3n a . m . McM'nville. 10:12 a . h .
McM'nville 10:13 a . m . Corvallis.. .12:25 p. M.
Corvallis... 1:30 p. m . McM’nville. 3:43 p. it.
McM'nville 3:44 p. m . Portland.. . 6:15 p . m .
The Reporter cannot undertake to At Corvallis oonnect with trains of the
preserve or return rejected communi­
Oregon Pacific for
cations. Contributors who wish to
possess their manuscripts, if unused,
should keep a copy. Matter of what­
ever character intended for publica­
tion must, if its appearance the same
day is desired, reach the office not
latter than 12 o’clock noon. No at­
tention paid to anonymous letters.
POPULAR ROUTES.
MISCELLANEOUS.
NEW TO-DAY
The Daily Reporter.
ITnqaina
Yluke a Specialty of Hll
Kinds of Job Work Par­
ticularly
Iron and Tin
Roofing,
From Portland.
To Portland.
Coburg
Passen­ and
ger
Airlie
Fare. Mail.
Coburg
and
Airlie
Mail.
STATIONS.
AR Ar p.iu
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915 Portland, PWV*
4 45
Ft. Jefferson St.
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West Dayton
Lafavette
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McMinnville Cs..
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Whites ...
Briedwell ..
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Broadmeads .
Sheridan Junc’n
1 25
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4 23 ........ Ballston
5 00 ........ Sheridan.
1.94
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2.24
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2.65
2.80
2.91
3.02
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Smithfield....
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C has . N. S cott ,
Receiver ORC ( Ld ) Line.
W illiam R eid ,
President P&WVRCo.
(Tregon
Unly
ver
nacific
popular
icturesque
jailroad.
Toute.
anges.
Fast Time, Sure Connection, New Equipment
225 Miles Shortest
20 Hours Less Time.
Accommocations unsurpassed for comfort
and safety. Fares and Freights MUCH
LESS than by any other route between all
in Willamette valley and San Francisco.
Only Route via Yaquina Bay
To
San. Francisco.
(Except Sundays.)
Leave Corvallis at 2 p. nt. Leave Ya­
quina at 7:10 a. m.
Oregon and California, West side, trains
connect at Corvallis.
The steamship Yaquina city, which has
been undergoing repairs, and the Santa Ma­
ria will each sail on the dates below named:
Galvanized iron Cornices and window caps.
FROM YAQUINA.
In fact we do anything that comes in
our line, with neatness and dis
Yaquina City.
Thursday, Jan. 27
Santa Maria..
.Wednesday, Feb. 2
patch and,
Yaquinn City.
. •. Tuesday Feb.fH
Santa Maria
Monday Feb. 14
Yaquina City.
Sunday Feb. 20
Bring on your designs and we will cut your Santa Maria
..Saturday, Feb. 26
Yaquina City
Friday, March 4
patterns, and do your work, and
EMM SAN FRANCISCO.
don’t you forget it.
Santa
Maria
. .Friday Jan. 28
South east cor. 3d and C streets, McMinn­
Thursday, Feb. 3
ville. Oregon.
A. H. A O. O. HODSON. Yaquina City
Santa Maria.......
Wednesday Feb. 9
Tuesday Feb. 15
Yaquina City
Monday, Feb. 21
Santa Maria.......
Yaquina City
Sunday Feb. 27
» C. IRELAND A CO.,
Never Tell You it Can't be Done.
Bay.
ARRIVE.
Portland ...4:50 p. m . McM'nville..8:00 p. M.
McM'nville .5:45 a . m J Portland ....9.-00 a . ■.
Local tickets for sale and baggage checked
at the company's up-town office, corner of
Pine and Second streets. Tickets for prin­
cipal points in California can only be pro­
cured at company’s office. Corner F and
Front streets Portland, Or.
The Weekly Reporter, a faithful Frieght will not be received for shipment
and complete compendium of the after five o'dook p. m. oneither the east or
aide divimona.
E. P. ROGERS,
week’s news, is furnished for 12| cent* west
K. KOEHLER,
G. F. A P. Agent,
a month.
Manager.
Portland m J Willamette Valley Hallway.
DAILY PAS9EN6BR TRAINS,
Express Train.
LEAVE.
CHAS. N. SCOTT, Receiver
Fine Job Printers,
McMinnville, Ore<«n.
Daily Passenger Trains
(Except Sundays,)
Levee Yaquina . . ... ............
6:20 a. m.
Arrive Corvallis............................ 10:38 a. m.
Arrive Albany
11:30 a. tn.
Leave Albar.y ........
12:40 p. m.
Arrive Corvallis..............
1:22 p. m.
Arrive Yaquina
...................... 5:45 p. m.
The < ompany reserves the right to change
sailing days. Fares, between Corvallis and
San Francisco, Rail and Cabin. $14; Rail
and Steerage, $9.88.
For information apply to
CHAS. C. HOGUE.
Ao* ng Gen. F. and Pass. Agent.
Corvallis. Oregon