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About The daily reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1887 | View Entire Issue (July 27, 1887)
iii an interview vn political
uiatters, Gen. Ben. F. Butler,
TIMHILL REPORTE« PUBLISHING Cl). says: “I think that Blaine is
one of the best equipped public
tUiUtred in the Pontofloe at MoMiunvillu tor
TranamiMtou Throntrb the M hi I k as Sec men, or perhaps I should say one
•nd Clami Matter.
public men in all '
l'a* D1U.T Kimi«» ih isaaed ever; day of the best
id the week »xoept Rauda, h , aud ih delivered
in the oit, hi 10 eeufa jier week. By mail. «” branches of government. I have I
oeate per mouth in advenue, lutea for ud. no hesitancy in
vortivinR name aa for Tn* Wit auv Rrrnmr.H.
Blaine has a right to aspire, and
By Carrier per week................................ 10 cenia
undoubtedly does aspire, to be
(Payable on Saturday.)
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1 am sorry if he is
By Mail *0 rente per Month (In Advance.) president.
ill, but I have no doubt the re
Hale* fwr AdvertlHili*
Will be made aatisfaotory to all applioanta. port is greatly exaggerated.”
“Do you think he will be nom
Fine Book and Job Printer».
We be« leave to anununoe to the publio
that we have ¡net added a large atook of ucw
have as good an oppor- f
aoveluee to our bUHineHH, and make a aiaioial
tv of Leiter Heada. Hill Heads, Note Heads, t.unity to judge as 1.
The trend I l
StalenientH, BuHineaa Oerda, Ladies Callinu
Card«. Bell Invitation« (uew deHigiiH) Pro
of events should give him prem
gramme«, PoatefH, and all descriptions of
work. Terms favorable. Cell and he ooti
I have only the
ViMHiLL KeroBTes 1'uut.ianiNO Co newspapers to judge from, and I
have no hesitancy in saying that
McMinnville, Or. - - July 37, 1887 the newspapers seem to forward
his nomination in 1888.”
TM Doily Reporter,
cures uf h rofuluu? diMcu*«- continually
add to the reputation of Ayer’s Sarsa
parilla. John McDonald. 124 Suffolk *i..
Lowell, Mas«., says; “For a number of
yearn I was a great sufferer from Scrofula,
which manifested itaelf in early childhood.
So virulent and offensive were the uon-s
which appeared I on my body. I hut in y
parent« kept me » from school moot of ihr
Mine, f became ■ pRiHuiatcd. pule, hmmild.
and feeble. r»n»l I my friends *:dd it w:i*
Consumption. A j phvMcion in N<*w York
«fate recommended treatment with
if true, : ind
it is true that
Sarsaparilla Ever brought to Yamhill
b. reniov« the Scrofula from my blood.
After taking’*ix bottle« I was permanently
Sold by all Druggist«.
Price $1 ; sir bottles. #”>.
Prepared by Dr. J. (’ Ayer A Co.. I.owell,
Ma«'.. . S. A.
Cleveland’s “Bloody Shirt"
County and oilers» them
lor sale at prices that defy
ARE YGU SICK
An editorial in tne World, the
Nor could President Cleveland
Of paying high prices for (iiisatiniacl-
have hit upon a readier or more great democratic newspaper, ory goods? Do the noisy arguments
effective way to increase his pop says: “It is encouraging to hear of sonic merchants, in their efforts to
ularity in the southern states that the president has determin sell very ordinary goods at extraordi
than by his order to return the ed on an extended western trip. nary prices, distress yon about
much as it would to
captured battle-flags.—New Or
CO TO BED-
lani? If such be,the case, here is
The Hag episode will make
prescription v/hich will be a positive £*
very doubtful southern states democratic party if he had got a cure-all for y >ur ailments, and a balm
solid for Cleveland in 1888—a thousand or two miles distant tc your trou led spirits. There is but
one firm wl ocan supply the ingredi
“solid south” will again support from Wasnington, from Massa ents.
You will find their card on the
Cleveland in 1888—Louisville chusetts and from Wall street, prescription.
for observation of the country
The Milwaukee Sentinel quotes
and an acquaintance with tho
these, expressions, and says:
A. J. APPERSON.
people of the country a year
BAR NERO FF, THOMASON & SWANSON,
Who raised the battle-flag ques
McMinnville. McMinnville Cross-
tion, and why? These flags
A Timely Hint.
in g and Carlton, Or.
have rested quietly in the hands
pounded at all hours in
of the government for more than
N. Y Sun, Ind Dem >
^quarter of a century—the south
If Mr. Cleveland will confine ; 3 d S t ., M c M innville , O r .
did not ask for them and the his pen to publi*' documents and
north never mentioned them. leave the “traffic in sectional
Peace was bet ween the sections. hate” and “threats of personal
Not a voice in all the north was violence” to the proper and nat
Splendid Warehouses com-
raised in mention of the war. ural fields of discussion, he will : Qualities
The war was over; Grand Army maintain the dignity’of his office
men arragned for handshakings on a much higher plane than i Prices
and picnics with southern men. can be done by telling why he
Three or four southern states had refuses to “helplessly subject it to
become doubtful in politics—the insult.”
20 per cent
Thorough and long exper-
era of peace hail come and hav
11 T'.?*''’ -
ing no longer the pressure of
ience in handling grain.
Add equal pans cordiality and fair
war feelings to keep them togeth
Take liberally until re
G’apt. A. I). Wass died at Asto
er, several sout hern states threat ria last Thursday.
ened to secede from the demo
HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR ALL KINDS OF GRAIN.
The Grant’s Pass Courier has
VI A < ’ I I » > i<: i< y .
been sold, says the Sentinel, to
Wagons, Buggies and Car
In the midst of this condition a San Francisco firm.
Binder Twine, Belting,
and General Merchant
of things, Mr. Cleveland ordered
Arrangements are being made The Leading of Clothier
M achine Supplies of
the return of the captured bat at Yaquina bay for catching
tie-flags to “the Confederate and danning. of the fall run of
states.” He hud no authority salmon.
CAI.I. AND SEE US.
in law to do anything of the
The house of O. G. Savage,
kind. He did it io “lead in the about four miles from Salem
IS’” All farmers in Yamhill
pleasant way of peace.” Nobody caught fire Monday ami burned
County .ire respectfully invit-
was out of the pleasant wavs of to the ground.
stock which we feel assured will satisfy
peace. Mr ('leveland was not
Grounds for the new school
t<> quality and price.
one of “those who fought” and house at Albina are being pre
w J. GARRISON,
A. 11. GAUNT! H. H. WELCH.
A. M. DEE
therefore had no warrant to act pared, and the foundation for
S. A. MANNING
for those who did.
There had the same will soon be laid.
W. J. Garrison & Co.
M'lln moreGood. for l.c«« »lonej
been no question of his utter
Mr J. Huntington, of, Detroit Than any II 'iiw in Western
forgiveness of the south. He Michigan conies to Oregon soon
did not consult Gen. Sheridan with the intention of establish Come and lee Prices
The olii; timi olii«« Market in Ihe city.
WELCH & DEE,
Higbest prioe punì in oaah furali kimlsof fòt
the head of the army, or Gen ing a tooth-pick factory.
iy 11 tr
atock. liiilcH unii ¡tolta.
Dealers in cigars, cigarettes, tobaocos, cat'.-
dii«. nuts, arctio soda water, etc
Sherman, or any one of those
On Saturday a team of three
NI <• Nliiinv ill«'
who had fought
'I«•»f inni file. Or.
horses; with a hinder, on the
S t ' rr nr < > kiuh > n .
What could any reasonable farm of P W. Flanery, near
Corx-rv or Y. mwii t.. > ’ ’
I, J. L. Stewart. Inspector of stock for
man think hut that Mr. Cleve Perrvdalr. ran away and into a
Yamhill oonnty, State of Oregon, bave
Brewster’» Patent Retn Holder.
pointed R< beri Stewart Deputy Stock In-
Tour lines are where you put them—not
land had used these sacred relies barbed-wire fence
spector. to act for me. as by law required, in
under hordes’ feet. One agent Bold 12doz. in
■ <i s, «me dealer sold 6 dor. in 15 days.
ami for Yamhill 1 entity, state of Oregon.
to “increase his popularity in
* >mi 1 s worth tl.50 frfe . Write for term&
Great activity in Grey’s har
The mlilreas of Deputv Robert Stewart, is
Carlton. Yamhill county. Oregon
the southern states,” to “make bor in the lumber husincss.
Carlton. Oregon. June. 1SS7
every doubtful southern state Large orders arc received from
Tourists Attention !
solid for Cleveland in 1888.” as San Francisco owing probably i
I am now prepared to take partieH to and
the southern journals say he has to the fires at Los Angele« and I
from the coast in as short a spaoe as possi-
—-F (OPRI I I OKS —
bli. I have already made engagements for
Fersons wishing to avail
Fine Car •iag«», Hark* an«l
thi m-elvLS of a carefnl driver who will make
Who, then, “traffics in section
Ma« «Ile tiorbe*.
the trip as pleasant as possible, will oonsult
f'.’n.OOO—to loan on approved mortg
their own interests by calling on me. Should
And i-rer. thing in the Livery hire,
It will pay you to eall and
get priees before buyiing
elsewhere, anil don’t you
Geo. W. BURT.
A. J. APPERSON.
Fine Job Printers,
Advertise in the daily.
ages. Apply at the First National I
in good shape
At Rei Nonable Rale»,
Hin tien» ill«', Oregon
travel jostify. I will make regnlar tripe from
now until the middle of Sept.
e , F Mimnir,