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Th* Daily Reporter.
There has been considerable lv times may surely be expected
debate among stock men as to and insurers’ hearts will be
D. C. IRELAND A CO. PUBLISHERS.
the probable effect on the cattle gladened with lower rates than First National Bank.
market here of the severe losses they have been accustomed to
—OF M’ m INNVILLE, OREGON.—
By Carrier per week.............................. 10 cents
on the Montana ranges this for many years.
(Payable on Satarday.)
Single Copy.......................................... 2 “
J acob W ortman ................... President
By Mail U) oentu per Month (In Advance.)
The Sunday Welcome is W. D. F enton ............... Vice-president
erally supposed that it would
authority for the following: J ohn W ortman .......................Cashier
Hale* for Ad » er I i*ing
cause a great demand for young
a General Banking business.
Will be made aatiafaotory to all applicants.
Edwin Booth will appear at the Transacts
Interest allowed on time deposits.
cattle for restocking those ranges.
made on favorable terms.
New Market about the latter part Collections
Sight Exchange and Telegraphic Transfer*
But it now seems that chances
New York, San Francisco and Portland.
of March, supported by bis New on Office
hours—from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
for a rush of Montana buyers is
Y’ork company. This is one of
Titled Husbands Cheap.
rather poor. An Oregonian re
has been show n a letter the results of Emma Abbott’s
Ex-minister lidwards I’ierre-
visit. Manager Witherill is an
jront, according to a London from a Massachusetts capitalist
Represents the following sterling compan
intimate ^jie<id of the great ies: London & Liverpool A Globe, North
telegram, recently returned from who has large stock interests in
British & Mercantile, Commercial Union
tragedian, and after he had in Fire
Association, German American, Fire
Paris, where he went over a
Hartford, Commercial. Anglo
formed Booth of the Abbott suc Nevada, Fund,
month ago to draw up the mar
Wheat insurance a specialty.
riage settlement of Mrs. Freder forms him that he has lost 25
tiations pending with Manager
ick Stevens, of Newport, N. .J., per cent, of native cattle and 50
Howe by telegraping for dates. A. H. & 0. 0. HODSON
who was married to the Marquis per cent, of trail cattle, that is,
A correspondent writing to
de Tallerand in .January. Mrs. cattle driven over the trail from
the Oregonian from Salem says
Stevens, who is well known in Texas or elsewhere. “It has
about a remedy for blind stag- HARDWARE,
New Y’ork society, is worth been,” he continues, “a regular
gers: In addition to the escu-
about $0,000,000, has four chil killing such as you had in Ore
lents mentioned in vour local
dren, and is somewhat older gon in the winter of 1880-1.
columns to-dav, linseed oil cake
than her present husband, who Cattle men in Montana are dis
meal may be named as one of Agricultural Implements, Pumps.
was 44 on the day of the wed couraged and find that they have
ding. Mr. Pierrepont states that had their ranges too heavily the best preventives for blind
he had great difficulty in ar- stocked.” He declines an offer staggers. A small handful feed
Alli of whioh will be sold as
ranging the marriage settlement; of young cattle and says there once or twice a day will keep off
but remarks that the obstacles will be but very few bought for diseases of the digestive organs, LOW FOR CASH.
As the times will allow,
came not from the groomsman, the ranges in Montana. They make the soft, hair smooth, and
but the French lawyers and no will prefer to go slower and keep the aiNJnal in good condi
taries. They primarily insisted breed up stock which will stand tion. O1M houses that are work We Make a Specialty of all
Kinds of Job Work Par-
that the husband should be giv the climate. There have been ed continuously and fed on dry
en absolute control of all the some yearlings bought in the feed are especially liable to blind
property of Mrs. Stevens. The Willamette valley during the staggers, and are benefitted by Iron and Tin Roofing,
American advocate flatly repu past month, the top price paid a small allowance of oil meal.
Galvanized iron Cornices and window caps.
diated this proposition, and de being$15 for steers. It is thought
In fact we do anything that come» in
dared that the marriage should they will be cheaper in April,
our line, with neatness and dis
not take place unless (he wife and if the Montana men do not THE
was left in as complete mastery come in, they probably will.
Never Tell You it Can't be Done.
on your designs and we will cut your
of her property as she had been
The evening Telegram of
patterns, and do your work, and
in her native land.
don’t you forget it.
Marell 2d, says : The incorpo
Another phase of this legal ration of the Columbia Fire and
South east cor. 3d and C streets, McMinn
A. H. <fc O. O. HODSON.
wrangle was in regard to the
Marine Insurance company is Fid JI. Pagel
stipulation that the marriage creating no little stir in Port
Prof. Stein - Musical Director
contract should be drawn up in
land underwriting circles, as the And a company of twelve people, at
English as well as in French, company will not enter the com
Garrison Opera House.
and that the English document pact known as the “Pacific In
betaken to America, as each of surance Union.” Several promi 2 NIGHTS ONLY 2
the children of the lady are to nent insurance men inform the Friday and Saturday, March 4 and
5. In selections from the following
recieve ♦1,000,000. In this issue,
Telegram that the new concern repertoire:
us in the other, English law tri
will have the effect of dissolving East Lynne. Robert Macaire, May
umphed ; and as shown by the
Blossom, Fanchon, Camille.
Third St., Opposite
the compact which has, for the
New Magdalen, and 100
document, Mrs. Stephens cap
YAMHILL CO, BANK.
past three years, been maintain
tured the marquis. It is inci
D on ’ t F orget the P lace ,
ing living rates, and nothing Friday Night - - . . East Lynne.
dentally mentioned that she lost
more, they claim, as statistics Rogers Todd’s drug store. General
no time in purchasing the chat will show. A regular guerrilla admission
eau of Montmorency, near Paris,
warfare will inaugurated in the
and is having it lilted up in
matter of cutting rates, to such
princely splendor. The fre
a degree as Portland has never I
quency which the ♦,♦♦♦,♦♦♦ fig
ye, people of Yamhill county. I will
This is I sell Hear
my tine stock of BOOTS and SHOES
ures in modern romance must
now on hand at ten per cent discount, and
merely what a few underwriters my
convey its significance to every
say. They claim that they will
intelligent reader. A middle-
not permit a new concern to take Large, New and Ele
— IN THE
aged lady, with some incum-
business from them and state
berances in the shapeof chidren,
is en route, will be sold at a profit of
that their companies, with large That
ten per cent. There is
but a millionaire in her own
Furnishing Goods of all kind, and above
all THE LOWEST PRICES. Also agents
right, marries a frisky French surpluses, are just as able to run
BOOT and SHOE store in McMinnville
marquis. Such privileges must a losing business for a time as a One
where you oan get vour moneys worth, and Brownsville Woolen Mi!],
be paid for in other current coin company that has nothing but that is at Deilschneider’s. Come and see me.
Carrying a full line of all goods made bv
its new capital to back it. Live- Next door to Yamhill
F. DEILSCHN EIDER
these celebrated mills.
YAM HILL CO.,
Boo rs i SHOES