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DAILY EVENING REPORTER.
VOL. II. NO. 72
M c M innville . O regon , TUESDAY, MARCH 29. 1887.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
Willard Wood of Wheatland
does the people justice.
Now is the time to subscribe.
“Uncle Tom’s Cabin," Clara Morris
Entered in the Postoffice at McMinnville for
J. O. Sponcer left for his place
The best printing in the county at
and J. R. Grismer.
T ansmission Through the Mails as Sec- the Reporter job rooms,
ond Class Matter.
A lot of new job type just received
A new verson of 1’ncle Tom’s
Jonas Howell has a tine class
at the Reporter job rooms.
Cabin is to be at Garrison Opera
D. C. IRELAND.
E. L. E. WHITE.
Bring on your job work. We are of children in training for sing
house Saturday night by (ho Ew
now prepared to do job work in the ing.
D. <’. 1RELAAD A. < o.,
latest and most approved style of the
Several young men have re ing dramatic company. Consider
in m isni its.
this vicinity for able liberty has been taken with
The Weekly Reporter, a faithful cently left
the original text, but the play is
and complete compendium of the White Pine.
week’s news, is furnished for 12| cents
■^Uncle Tom’s Cabin Friday improved in consequence. The
T he D aily R eporter is issued every day a month.
in the week exoept Sundays, and is delivered
Miss Belle Johnson, teacher of music evening. Take the little onesto new scenery, well painted, well
in the city at 10 cents per week. By mail, 40 in McMinnville and at McMinnville
conceived, adds much to the
cents per month in advance. Rates for ad college. Residence corner of Second see the donkey ami the blood
vertising same as for T he W eekly R eporter . and C Streets.
Advertisments, etc., intended for
The survey tor the water ditch quartet is “wav up,” the Marks
Fine Book and Job Printers. publication in The Weekly Reporter
very cleaver and not coarse, the
must be handed in Tuesday morning. that is to supply Whitson with
We beg leave to announce to the public
We cannot in future deviate from this power for a million spindles, be Degree sufficiently repulsive ;
that we have just added a large stock of new
Topsy is equal to the best we
novelties to our business, and make a special
ty of Letter Heads. Bill Heads, Note Heads,
Typhoid germs have been dis have seen* and Thmeas Fletcher
Statements, Business Cards, Ladies Calling Rogers, is the place to replenish your
leaves nothing to be desired.
Cards, Ball Invitations (new designs) Pro larder. They are selling only fresh covered in oysters. .Send them
grammes. Tosters, and all descriptions of
to this office and 1'uVve then) de Uncle Tom is wanting somewhat
work. Terms favorable. Call and be con Give them a trial order.
in the pathetic, but he does well.
Any person sending us four sub- stroyed free of charge.
D. C. IRELAND & CO.
The bloodhounds and the don
eribers for one year each,with $6.00 in
Put it down that Uncle Toms key ¡»lay their parts to the satis
cash, will receive an extra copy for one
year. This is a rare opportunity for Cabin is a first class show ; else faction of all concerned. By all
getting the best weekly paper west of they would never employ so affa means go.
LITTLEFIELD & CALBREATH.
the Rocky mountains free.
ble agent as Jos. M. Mount.
W C. T. U
We want a thoroughly reliable man
Office over Braly’s Bank.
There will be no session of the
a. every postoffice in Yamhill, Polk
Oregon. rnd Washington counties. We will
The Yamhill County Conven
Choral Union this evening; but
make it an object for those willing to
work, who can show results. Write to they will sing at the W. (’. T. U. tion of the W. C. T. U. convened
DR. I. C. — TAYLOR.
us for particulars. We want no dudes meeting at the M. E. church to to-day in McMinnville at the M.
nor tricksters to apply.
Late of New Orleans, La..
E. church. Following is the pro
The eighth annual Stallion Show
The old horse sale brought gramme for this evening:
Pile* and Fistula a Spe will be given in McMinnville, Satur
ciality. . Consultation
day April 30th 1887. All breeders good ¡»rices yesterday. 'The bowl
Reading of Scripture.
tree. Ao Cure
are invited to present their applica ing alley was knocked down to
tions with pedigree of horses to be
shown, to Uncle Jim Fletcher, that all Mr. Millsaps. lie will probably, (’ongregational singing.
p*- Office with H. V. V. Johnson. M D., may appear in the report without! make a garden walk of it.
Address of welcome, Mrs.
Washington gossip still con-! Hatch well, President McMinn
Our agents are advised that we can-I
S. W. GOUCHER.
E. E. GOUCHER.
not pay commissions upon reduced I tinues to couple the names of ville W. C. T. U.
Coucher & Coucher. prices. The Reporter for all of 1887 Secretary Bayard and Miss
Response, Mrs. N. .Jacobs Pres
will be $1.50 (to Jan. 1,1888), hut the !
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
subscriber must remit us the full j
ident Lafayette W. C. T. U.
M c M innville -
O regon . amount. Remit money by Postal they met but twice last winter.
Exercises by Band of Hope.
Order, Registered letter or express, at
It seems to be general opin
Office and residence, corner of Third and our risk, but not at our expense.
Miss Handley, Supt.
D. streets, next to the postoffice.
The Reporter cannot undertake to
Music, quartette “Gathering
preserve or return rejected communi-1 will occupy an important posi Home.
cations. Contributors who wish to i tion on the Oregon staff of the
possess their manuscripts, if unused, I
Essay, Mrs. W. II. Wood,
SPRCo. when the connection is
M«Lir Cutting, shaving and ’¡ham. should keep a copy. Matter of wbat- ‘
The Daily Reporter,
15c SHAVING 15c.
C. H. FLEMING. Proprietor.
(Successor to A. C. Wyndham.)
Ladies and children's work a specialty.
have just added to my parlor the
Largest and finest st<»ck of < igars ever in this
esty. Try them
Mrs. M. Sliadden
tJFThe Tavlor System of Cutting and Fit
B street, bet. 2d and 3d, McMinnville. Or.
D C. rKELAAD & CO.,
Fine Job Printers,
Newberg, district superintend
ever character intended for publica-1 made,
tion must, if its appearance the same
Win. M. C. Crisman has sold ent of Sabbath Desecration.
day is desired, reach the office not
Ten minute addrews, Rev A. J.
latter than 12 o’clock noon. No at- his Amity property to Dr. Doty,
tention paid to anonymous letters.
and is now fully identified with Hunsaker.
Address, Mrs. Dr. Galbreath,
W. C. T. U. Convention.
this city. “One by one” they
There will be a county con
vention of the W. C. T. U. held
in McMinnville, March 29th and
30th. All are respectfully in
vited to attend.
Mrs. M. E. II. E dwards , Newberg,
Diet. Pres. W. C. T. U.
M rs . J. 8. C ai . breath ,McMinnville,
Yamhill Co. Pres. W. C. T. U.
Fresh fish regularly at the
Eurisko; Salmon, etc., every
Tuesday and Friday, and at the
lowest possible prices.
come to the leading city «of t he
There may be no ifs about it;
but if Ben. Worsley’s estimates
of the sums expected from other
points are as far off as that for
McMinnville, the tournament
will be an absolute failure.
Winter has been called the
ruler of the inverted yeai*, and
when he lays his icy hand on
nature, as he did in these part^
January 31st, all thingsacknow.
McMinnville, district superin
tendent of department of Social
10 minutes address, Rev. E.
Close by congregational sing
ing of the W. C. T. U. doxology:
Praise God from whom al) blessing»
Praise Him, who heals the drunkards
Praise him, who leads tile temperance
i Praise Father, tjon and Holy Ghost.
If you want a dive town pa ledge his power. But ht) has»
Yafnbill County President, W.C.T-U.
lost much of it now.
tronite your dally paper.