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About The daily reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1887 | View Entire Issue (March 17, 1887)
The Latest Accident
Never, since steam was har
Notice of Sale by Common Carrier.
W. T. BAXTER.
J. O. ROGERS.
nessed and put upon ways of
Notioe is hereby given that the Oregon and
New Firm, New Goods, New Prices California
Railroad company, of Portland,
steel for the use of commerce, has
Oregon, a common oarrier having transport
At the New Store of
ed the personal property hereinafter describ
so great a number of casualities,
ed, from various points in the state of Ore
attended with such shocking
gon, to the town of MoMinnville in the state
(Sucoessoes to Baxter Jt Martin.)
of Oregon, at the request of the owner or law
loss of life, been recorded within
ful possessor thereof, and having safely stor
Third street. MoMinnville, Oregon,
ed and kept said property, and by virtue
like space as has been furnished
thereof having a lien upon the same for its
and reasonable oharges, and more than
within the few months of the
three months having elapsed sinoe said
transportation and care has been performed,
current year. Another terrible Agricultural Implements, Pumps,
and no part of said reasonable and just
A new, neat and clean stock. Every artioh oharges having been paid, all persons whom
railroad disaster, accompanied
it may oonoern art« hereby notified that aaid
Glassware, Cutlery, Cased Goods, To
Oregon and ( alifornia Railroad oompany by
by sickening details of suffering
Alli of wbiob will be sold as
bacco. Pipes and Cigars.
its reoeiver wi<l on the 28th day of March
and a long list of killed and
Freeh Fruit and Vegetables in Season. 1887, commencing at eleven o’clock a. m..
Give us a call. Inspect our stock, and we sell at publio auotion to the highest bidder,
grounded, occurred on Tuesday
for oash in hand, at the warehouse of said
will guarantee prices to suit vou.
As tbe times will allow.
oompany, in the town of McMinnville, in
morning. The cause of the dis
the state of Oregon, all and singular said
A. A. KENYON
personal property or sufficient thereof to
aster was the sinking of a bridge We Make a Specialty or all
satisfy said lein and oharges and the oosts
CITY MARKET, erty
and expenses of making said sale. Said prop
beneath a heavily loaded train.
Kinds of Job Work Par-
having been shipped, consigned and
transported between tne points hereinafter
The bridge, coaches and bag
named, and being more particularly de
scribed as follows:
gage cars were piled in one great Iron and Tin Roofing,
Lot 1 from Portland, 3 Pieces Bowling
KENYON & RAY, Proprietors.
splintered mass at the bottom of
Alley, marked E. B. Berry
Lot 2 from Portland, 1 bdl. w. paper,
(Successor to W. F. Bangasser.)
iron Cornioes and window caps.
the ravine, and from the debris Galvanized
markfd P. F. Brown.
R. K okhlkb .
In faot we do anything that comes in
Receiver of the Oregon A Cal. R. R Go.
some thirty mangled human
Will keep on hand at all times the very Portland Oregon, March 3, 1887.
best quality of fresh meats, that oan be ob
bodies have been taken and
tained in the mnrket, and respoctfully solioit
a share of thepublio patronage.
over a hundred persons extricat
J^“Givena a trial order and we will
Bring on your designs and we will cut your guarantee satisfaction.
ed alive, but more or less in
patterns, and do your work, and
don't you forget it.
jured. Prompt action prevented
Family Grocery Store».
the wreck from taking fire, thus South east cor. ?>d and C streets, McMinn
A. H. & O. O. HODSON.
this last most fearful of railroad
"Third Street, McMinnville, Oregon.
calamities was not added to this
J. Harv. Henderson,
Brewster's Patent Rein noIder,
shocking disaster. The baggage
Your lines are where you put thorn—not
(Suooessor to L. ROOT.)
under horses' feet. One agent sold l.’doz. in
5 days, one dealer sold fi do*. In 15 «lavs.
car and one of rear cars of the
Samples worth $1.50 rase. Write for terms,
All Frash Goods, Groceries, Flour* Bacon, and
E> E. BREWS'*'"’” ■ Holly, Mich.
train had been completely de
Glassware and Crockery,
molished, and all that marks the
Third St., bet. (’. A D.
Goods delivered to i urchnsers tuthecitv
spot where these two cars were,
I am now fully prepared to do all kinds of
at the base of the embankment,
work in JE A’ELERY, WATCHES, CLOCKS
c M innville F urniture F actory .
and all kinds of pins for lodges, trades, etc.
is a heap of kindling wood. The
Jeweler? made to order. Everything guar
wreck is a more appalling sight
anteed. Good and reliable work.
than the cheapest where workman
W. H. BINGHAM. Cheaper
than the recent ruins at White
snip is concerned. Give me a ttial.
river juuction, and this points
FINE WATCH REPAIRING A SPE
strongly to the fact that the train
was running at a speed of fully
Manufacturer and Dealer In
twenty-five miles an hour. The
forward cars which lie on the
FINE FURNITURE Dining Station of the 0. C. R. R.
embankment and road, remain
of all kinds.
in the same position as when they Just received an extra One lot of Black walnut Furniture, and Undertakers Goods of a
F. Multner, Prop.
designs Call and price my stook.
(Late of the St. Chnrles.)
wtnrn ui ib
The Ceatr&l M,
This Hotel has just been refitted and new
ly refurnished throughout, and will be kept
After investigation of the af
in a first class style.
The table is supplied with all the market
fairs which have placed Rev. TRANSCONTINENTAL tjoute
affords, and guests oan rely upon good dean
John C. Fair conspicuous before
beds, and comfortable rooms.
Special aooomodations for commercial
this community in the last few
days, the vestry of St. James
JOHN J. SAX,
church declined to receive his
resignation, last evening, and
finding that he has been more * XX X ******* XXX XX X XX X * X * XXX o X *XX X X * * *XXXXX XX X * XXX X M* X »
’IIIIIIIIIIIIIIITHE DININC CAB l.lXFUHlHIflltttU
sinned against than sinning, de
THE DIKECT HOI TE!
In Running Order,
cided to stand by him in the
a A a « T o CHICAGO and all points EAST.
matter of defense for his prin T WwS W 15
XwAWvS T,cke‘* *®ld <® all PBOMIMENT POINTS Will chop Feed for 82 per ton
Throughout the Eaat and Southeast.
ciples, and ask the moral sup
or one-tenth toll.
port of a Christian community
TO EAST BOT^D-pASSEiWERS!
Farmers and others having grain to chop
oome to my mill, and attend to any
in the cause which he advocates. IT* BE CAREFUL AND DO NOT MAKE A MISTAKE-BUT BE SURE oan
business in the oity to better advantage than
■ i 111 ■ i in h i ni «i in 11U i inni!
Feed Chopping Mill
•TO TAKE THE------
An army of democrats “from
way back” are rubbing their
hands together in ghoulish glee
at the hope that Sparks will get
up a ticket for the 1888 cam
paign reading Hill & Sparks.
There will not be a stump in
this neck o’ woods but will chip
in slashing tones with the bark
on it to cut them up.
And see that your ticket reads via Portland and
ZZZZ St. PAUL or MINNEAPOLIS,
driving two miles out of town to get their
JOHN J. SAX.
To avoid changes and serious delays occasioned by other routes. Through
Third Street, opposite tbe Brrly Bank,
Emigrant Sleeping Cars are run on Regular Express Trains Full
Length of the Line. Berths Free.
O. C. Hiatt, Prop.
OENEBAL OFFICE OF THE COMPANY.
No. 2 Washington St., Portland, Oregon.
JU D. CHABI.TOS, Geaeral Weilers Passenger Agent.
Finest domeatio and imported oigars.
Board and lodging.
Meds at all hours.
Publio patronage respectfully solieited