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The Daily Reporter
Senator Hearst, the antique
money bags from California,
». C. HUU.AX1) <i CO. l’l'l’.LISHEKS.
says he believes it “is only a
matter of time when the demo
cratic party will be the Ameri
By Carrier per week.......................... 10 cents
can party in spirit.”
I Payable on Saturday.)
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The man who went to draw
By Mail iO cent» per Month (In Advance.»
a dividend and got, instead, a
notice of an assessment, was not
Will be iiiede bi»ti«fnctory to all applicant».
more disgusted than is Salis
bury with Gen. Buller’s report
ou the operations of the land
Marriage of Susan B. Anthony.
laws in I reland.
The Goldendale Tribune -ays
Susan B. Anthony is to be mar Holladay was engaged in the
ried when the Cascade locks are clam business when he died in THE ROOSTER.
finished and tin* portage at The Washington. It would have How dear to my heart is the elegant rooster,
>ld Public Opinion we all know so well.
Dalles overcome. When a pres been better, perhaps, had this ' Who
liftsup his voice when people are tickl’d,
And crows when bis tidings are joyful to tell.
ident is elected who does not
The dooster the booster
The bouncing old rooster
think the Rocky mountains the no clam; he never knew when The jolly
old rooster with tidings to tell.
western boundary of the uni
Now lately this rooster has taken to orowing
Thecause of Irish home rule In favor of us and the goods that we sell.
verse. When honesty prevails
Our trade is increasing and daily increasing
in politics, and George Francis
Then hurrah for the rooster
The bouncing old rooster
Train is no more. When de port knocks the tories “higher The jolly
old rooster with tidings to tell.
linquent subscribers follow the than Gilroy’s kite.” The Mich-
people are please with the
editors of the country papers igan election occurs April 4th.
¡»rices and goods sold by
AND SEE THEM.
around languishing to pay up,
and cease to believe they could
an established fact,
make a much betterpaper them found serenity pervades the The past year, as is they
selves. Then, ami not till then,j
CROW OVER THEIR SUCCESS
will the coy damsel ship her! Reading informs us that the Of the past year, and now flock in to
earthly happiness ('. O. 1). on death of Henry Ward Beecher
inspect the new spring styles.
doors are open ; no price
the broad sea of matrimony, re
for admission. Come right along.
gardless of the interstate com
BISHOP <& KAY.
merce bill and the continental event that has occurred in re
Hear ye, people of Yamhill county. I wiU
sell my fine stock of BOOTS and SHOES
congress. It will be a longtime, cent years, with the single ex
now on hand at ten per cent discount, and
but Susan can wait. She is ception of the demise of Gen.
Grant. A few cranks have seen
used to it.
Large, New and Ele
tit to dwell on a sad phase of the
March 24tli, 1887.
Dryden’s rustic, who “trudg great preacher’s life, but the
That is en route, will be sold at a profit of
ten per cent. There is
ed along, unknowing what he general tenor of press comment
sought, ami whistled as lie went has been kindly.
One BOOl and SHOE store in McMinnville
where you can get vour moneys worth, ana
for want of thought,’ would not
The President has at last ap
that is at Deilschneider’s. Come and see me.
Next door to Yamhill Countv bank.
have made the smartest kind of pointed the interstate commis
F. DEILSt HNEIDEK
a farm hand, perhaps; but a sion, viz: Thomas M. Cooley,
v The Great Musical Comedy
R. B. HIBBS,
fellow who whistles “for want of of Michigan for the term of six
thought ” has, at least, no thought years; William R. Morrison of
of mischief. A philosophical old Illinois for the term of five
farmer says: I never knew a years; Augustus Schoonmaker
Third St., McMinnville, Or.
whistling laborer who gave any of New York for the term of four
trouble about his food, lodging, years; Aldace F. Walker of Ver
or any little extra work. Such mont for the term of three vettrs;
Is still adding to his large and well
men are generally kind and Walter S. Bragg of Alabama for
i selected stock of patterns for spring
genial to children, ami to ani , the term of two years.
and summer wear.
mals of all degrees; they come
The most successful of all the
around them without fear. Gen labor organizations in the coun
A’ith the Popular Comedians
erally such men have clear con try is that of the amalgamated
Suits made to order at lowest living
sciences, clean tongues and mor iron and steel workers, who
als, and are safer among the make contracts with their em
young people than the majority ployers by the year and keep HARRY BROWN
of strolling hands are, whose them. There are no strikes, no
presence among them, when not loss of wages, no payment of as-
guarded, is pollution and per sessments to support strikers,
dition. The moral is obvious : and employers and employes are
E. W. ALLEN.
(Successor to H. Hanson.)
When engaging a farm hand, on terms of good feeling, as
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
keep your eye open for one who they all should be, for the
Garden. Flower and Tree Seeds
welfare of one is the prosperity
Galvanized iron pails for of both. It is certainly a good
Fruit, Shade and Ornamental Trees, Garden m
drinking water should not be sign for the future, when labor
Orchard Tools. Etc.
used. The zinc coating is read ers and employes show evident] Secure your Reserved Seats
¡Send for Catalogue.
at Rogers & Todd's
ily acted upon by water, form- of gained wisdom from exp
171 Front Street, Portland, Oregon.
i-4F*For sale in McMinnville bv Charles
a poisonous oxide of zinc.
F. W. RecLmoncl’s
BOOTS § SHOES
One Night Only,
Fun on the Bristol
Give Him A Call
Jas. T. KELLY,