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About The Oregon register. (Lafayette, Yamhill County, Or.) 18??-1889 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 16, 1887)
“ A GOVERNMENT OF THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE, AND BY THE PEOPLE."
LAFAYETTE, YAMHILL COUNTY OREG-ON, FRIDAY,. DECEMBER 16,1887.
Read and Remember!
We will sell you Drugs, Medicines,
School Books, Stationery, Scrap and
Photograph Albums, Blank Books and
everything in our line cheaper than
any store in. Yamhill County.
When You are in McMinnville
Dome and See Us.
Rogers & Todd,
COME AND SEE ME,
~l Am Underselling Them All.^^
w Game System,
fiqit birthday this week, but he
not look a day over sixty
>DBLI8MiD EVEBY FRIDAY
W ashington , Dec. 3, 1887.
years. One year ago the venerable
The democratic congressional cau jurist was eligible to retirement,
cus, which will assemble at the cap and he could then have resigned
itol-the last of this week, will settle his commission and demanded a
BA nk s . R arding . .
the fate of a npmber of aspiring salary of $10,000 per annum the re
gentlemen who are ambitious to mainder of his life. The same may
'servo their country as subordinates bo said of Associate Justices Field,
per year. In advanoa..........$2 00
of the house of representatives/ It Miller and Bradley. Perhaps in no
ly.aix mouth. In advac.............. .- 1 00
is the opinion of many that thé other oountry in the world can be
ired at the postoffice in Lafayette.
Hon. “Sunset” Çox is to be both witnessed four septuagenarians vig
, OH HtM-otid clase matter.
temporary and permanent chair orously working every day, when
man of the democratic caucus. they could receive precisely the
Sincèl.lqat wrote you, the situation same compensation for doing noth
has changed somewhat—all the can ing whatever.
.. .Tbos. F. Bayard
r of Bute... •
for doorkeeper have with
According to the annual report of
. of Treaaury..............._ Chas. H. Fairchild
' of the luterior............ L. Q. C. Lainar
drawn except two, Donaldson and the first assistant postmaster gen--
,.. Wm 0. Endicot*
Hunt; a contestant for the clerkship eral, the number of postoffices in
... W.C. Whitney
r of Navy
............ W. F. Vilas
L ■ -
appeared in the person of the United States on June 30, 1887,.
We have the most complete stock of HOLIDAY W. G. Raines,
Morrison R. Waite
of Rochester, N. Y., wsb 55,157; it further shows the
GOODS coming that has ever been in McMinnville, and it is said that
he "is supported still more gratifying fact that over
VJ H Mitchel]
and at the LOWEST PRICES.
....................................... N. Dolpb
by powerful influences. On the 25,000 democrats have, been ap
itative.............................. Binger Hermann
Call and see them and we know that we can suit you in goods and other hâïÎd, the friends of tho pre- ■ pointed postmasters during the past
. j.................... Sylvester Pennoyer prices.
sent clerk, Gen. Jno. B. Clark, of two years.
.. .Geo* W. McBride
Missouri, confidently claim his re
............... G. W. Webb
It is surprising to think of the-
ibiic Instruction. ......E* B. McElroy
amount of money lost in trans-
( W. W. Thayer.
through the rnaila The
... Wm. 1*. Lord,
—-—NextddoPjto the First National Bank-. circles in Washington as to what report of Vie dead letter office show»:
may transpire at the other end of that the sum of $29,687 was found-
......................... R. P. Boise
.............. ......... Geo. W. Belt
the capitel next Monday, as the in letters, uf which amount $2-2,639
..................... .W - L. Bradshaw
seats of at least two of the twenty- was returned te the senders. There
six senators who will present them was deposited in tile treasury $6,672,
............................... L. Longhairv
............. Geo. W. Dried well
selves to be Bworn in on that day, taken from dead letters that could
’.............................. T. J. Harris
If" you •yzeizit ehnytixlng' in tlie line of
arc to be Contested—one each Trom not be restored to the owners, and
............................. Wyatt Harris 1
*...................... * .J. D. Fenton
California and West Virginia, to also $2,921, the proceeds of auction
( George Dorsey
say hothing of a “protest” from In sales of packages of merchandise,
......................... ( J. S. Hibbe
—-the situation being compli which could not be restored.
AND I WILL MAKE YOU MONEY, FOR
cated by the fact that of the fifty
, M J Ramsey
senators holding over, twenty-five
j Henry Hopkins
¡ZE Perkins .
are democrats and twenty-five are ’ As the metric system of weights'
......... E. Carpenter
Buggies, Carta, Hacks, Wagons, Buford plows, and a full line of fanning imple
............ B VV Dunn ments. Am Agent for the Celebrated Steel Skein LaBelle Wagon, the republicans-rRiddleberger included. and measures grows in universal fa
.. .W. W. Nelson
Best in the World.
Thus the sentor (rom Virginia holds vor, the need of a uniform decimal
na Uw or n « wbv * p » bs .
the balance of** power. I am in currency and of a decimal system
llracri ere who do not give exprere no
lle contrary are coeeldertd ae wishing ,
formed that it is the policy of the of time measurement is becoming
noe their aubaeriptlona.
democrats to forestall the conteste generally felt. Most countries al
nhwribera order the dlacontinuance of
irMicala the pnbliahere may continue to
by urging the seating of alljjie now ready possess some form of decimal
Portland, Oregon. ”
rm until »11 arre.re are paid.
87 Washington St.,
wbreribere neglect to or refuae-to take
senators %t Once in a body, and in money, and even England is wak
Lriodic.l* from tl e office to which they
Bn girocled, they are held reaponaible
case the republicans refuse assent ing up to the advantages of decimal
t have nettled their bill and ordered
to the proposition, to produce a. leg units. -A recent scheme for deci*
Mteribera move to other plaeee with-
islative .dead-lock.' The 'admission malizing the pound sterling was
Lain« th. pnblieher. and the paper, are
| the former direction, they are he d
of (he senators from California and well supported, the plan being'to
[• courts have decMed that refining to
West Virginia involves the right of adopt the mill as the unit and di
Of all Grades and the Latest Eastern Styles.
[rlodiCHh fiora the office or removing
the state legislature to choose a vide the sovereign into 1000 mills,
ting them uncallad for is prima facie
¡e of intentional fraud.
Samples bailed on. Application.
United States senator at an extra thus making the half-sovereign
e poet truster who neglects to give the
btice of the neglect of a person to take
session; thus the decision ’in these equal 500 mills, tho crown 250, the
e office the paper addressed to him, is
1888—EVERY LADY SHOULD TAKE IT—1888
ho to the publhber for the subscription
oases will be useful as a precedent double florin 200, the half-crown
to settle future contests of this char 125, the florin 100, the shilling 50,
acter. —_------- . .
and the sixpence 25. In Wiesbaden
Lee will be held at th. following t me.
There is every- indication tliat the a step in decimal time-keeping has
I cm by the M. E. paetor I d charge of the
senate will wage a vigorous war been taken. A new clock divides
pdaj—11 a. m. West Chehalem; 3 p,.
against the president this winter— the day into ten hours, the hour in
Bee; 7 30 p. m. Newberg.
P'iav—11 a. m. North YamMW<3>p»J». LITERATURE, ART, AND
the provocation being Mr. Cleve to ten decades, the decade into ten
[7.30 p. m. Lafayette.
land’s appointment of the American minutes, the minute into ten •
inday-^11 a. mt Pike school house; 7,30 Sketches of Noted Pieces and People, Splendidly-tSlustratod Articles,
[Wright's school house. Saturday eve
Tales ond Novelets by Fetnocs Authors,
fisheries commissioners, who rank seconds, and the second into ten
k, at Anderson’s school house.
Illustrated Hints on tho Fashions, Numerous Work-Teble PcMems.
pnday—11 "a.'in. Carlton; 3 p. m.---------
as special envoys, rays. Similar unite take the place
in. Lafayelte. Preacher in charge.
THE BEST AND riTOCAPTOT of tho lsdy’s-books. It gives more for tho money and combine«
greator merits than aay other. Its stories, novelets, vto., ore admitted to bo the beet published. Its con
without the “advice And consent of of the usual degrees, minutes and
tributors are among tho most popular authors of America.
A FULL-SIZE DRESS-PATTERN with each number, which alono Is worth the price of the
the senate.” The question of pre seconds in the division of the circle.
J. Hurt Moore,
number. Every month, also, there appears a MAMMOTH COLORED FASHION-PLATE, superbly
colored, and giving tho latest Parisian styles of dre^s. Also, household, cookery, and other receipts, articles
rogative thus raised is quite an old
on art-embroidery, flower-cultnre, homeMocoration—In short, everything interesting to ladies.
SICIAN AND SURGEON,
one, dating back early in the history
»“CLUB-PREMIUMS FOR 16001
FINEST EVER OFFERED W
of the government, and it affords
A Chicago paper says about a
TERMS, ALWAYS IN ADVANCE, S2.OO A YEAR.
political demagogues a ready sub year ago Maggie Cooney arrived in
8 Copies for 83.50 f
With tho elegant book, “Choice Gems,” or a large steel-engraving, “Tho
ject of interminable controversy.
that city from County Kerry and
R d. C. MICHAUX.
4.50 i Wreath of Immortellee,” as a premium for getting up tho clubf
The international fisheries com went to work as a domestic. Sever-,
A Copies for
With ag extra copy of tho Magazino for 1SS3, as a premium, to the
person getting up the dub.
mission is now in secret Session at al months ago John W. Creighton
With both an extra copy of tho Magazine for 1888 and tho large steel-
•n active experience of nine years B Copies for
the state department, and conse was compelled to marry her as an
engraving or tho book “Choioo Gems” to the person getting up the dub.
b services to the people oi Lafayette
quently the deliberations of this alternative to going to prison. Short
FOR LARGER CLUBS STILI. GREATER INDUCEMENTS I
dignified body are not known to the ly after the ceremony ho ran away
CHARLES J. PETERSON,
SM Ckratn.t St, Philadelphia, Pa.
and was a passenger on a train on
¿^Specimen, rent gratia, U written for, to get up dub. with. »
The argument in the Standard the Chicago & Atlantic railway for
oil discrimination cases, much to New York. It was the train that
gonian Railway, L’d, Line,
o. E. W1ILIAMS,
R. B. HIBBS.
the surprise of nearly everybody, was in the celebrated Kouts dis
ind t Wilamette Valley B y
■has been postponed" by the interstate aster,, in Porter county. Creighton
1 farther notice trains will Fong Wong Ä Sing Gee Props. -"■Williams and Hibbs.^- commission till .lunuary 16th. From was among the killed. Maggie’s
and depart from Lafayette Washing «nd Ironing don. In a Flrat Cl«««
all your .correspondent <‘gi learn of friends induced her to sue the
Price, cheaper than anv laundry in
ows, to and from Portland. mauu.r.
the evidence, it seems that a rather railroad for killing her worthless,
Yamhill county. JWGIve na a call.-®» 13 ly
lu « i
strong case has been made out runaway husband. She sued, for
| ... 7; am Airlie................. H-30 a in
T*ni*l SERVITA quickly cure«
1.. . »50 a m Dalian......... JO
against the Jumbo of monopolies, if $20,000, and the company compro
rnFf I KI fl leffycts of Youthful Errors,
1.. . .10 35 a m Sheridan........ 11 56 a m I IILrah. Ill r,fcB^ervong Debility, Involun
Jay Gould’s telegraph lines be ex mised the suit by paying her
I® .11 12 a m Iafayette.... 1 65 p m
*•••• 1 12 p m Dundee........... 3
pm tary Loan«*: Restores Manhood. |1 a pkg: 6 TWqring Establishment in the Conntv.
$3,000 in cash for her damage.
....'315 pm Newberg........ 3 14 p tn tor $5. Trial ph 12c postage. Free at office. £W*Good work and low price8.^0v cepted.
Hiv) 4 35 p rp _
„___ __ x (ar)
5 50 r p _ m Advice and consultation on all Private and
■ Chief Justice Waite, of the su Maggio has returned to Ireland
©LOM .. M’MINNVILLE,
lith*r information apply to the Com Chiouic Diseases free. (c)^0 A,
114 E. Van Baren St., lor. Clark,
[Kent at Lafayette, or addreae General
preme court, celebrated his seventy- with her money.
CHICAGO. «/uly 22-87,
5 Oregon Register
The Only First Class
>n»er First & I’ ixj jjte., Portland Ogn,
(From oir regular correspondent.)