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About The Oregon register. (Lafayette, Yamhill County, Or.) 18??-1889 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 23, 1887)
TH8 Oregroxx Register
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The democratic party'is pledged
to tariff reform. If there is one dis
tinctive feature of legislation to
FRIDAY,, DECEMBER 23, 1887
which the democratic party is
pledged, and which is expected of it
by the people, it is that they reduce
The California and Oregon rail the tariff on all the necessities «of Music............................ ... . .Bv School
road la now finished. The last life, at this session of congress. Not Babie in Church.. .rec.. Artie bunpaon
Driving Home the Cows rec Roy Hurley
spike was driven last Saturday af withstanding the truth of this, it Wreck
of the Hesperus rec. Dick Bird
Mr. Muieahev, Esq. song . 1™
ternoon near Ashland. The occaar
Guests, rec. Rhoda Gardiner
Ion was celebrated by excursions they are in favor of free trade. The Ship..............
rec..... : .¿«ilia Perry
Keeps constantly on hand a fine assort
Conjecture, Part 1st.. .Eddie Littlefield ment of Furniture of every description.
from San Francfbco and. Portland.
..By School Antique Bedroom sets,
Speech making and the elchange of ’ two extremes of high protection and Olmerving
Listener, .rec .Maud Johnson
Walnut Center tables.
congratulations—taffy—was carried free trade, upon which the demo Tried to Whip the Teacher.. rec..
Folding Bed lounges.
to quite a length. The Californians
Acts Better than Words... rec . .
who visited Oregon at this time footing is a reduction of the tariff.
Nurse Hockers, Over everything carefully,
were favored with fair weather, and
have no old goods on hand, am
the ride down the beautiful Wil is necessary for the purpose of rais-' Hmdthy Blake, « Awk’d farmer
guarantee a satisfactory and
John Shaw, Exquisite (?)... Chas Magill
lamette valley is said to have been
stantial bargain to all who fav
Mrs. Bruice......................................... Mo«™
with a call. It is
delightful. Their reception at ‘the the government, economically ad Mr.
Bruice....................... ...... Guy Bird
capital city was a fitting testimon ministered. More than this it not Susan Bruice......... .Eva Fenton
Small Parlor stands,
ial to the eminent guests of the in only unnecessary, it is, from,a point MtUric...By School
terest Salem takes in the progress ■
By coming in and examining my stock That you can always find just
of the whole Pacific slope. The inal, and upon the heads of whom The Last Hymn....... rec.........Delia Bryan
you will soon be convinced that you want at your own price.
address ..by J. H. Albert, president soever is responsible for. its contlb- Essay on Birds....... James Skimmerhorn and'prices,
I am selling Cheaper than any other
Against ’American War., .rec...
of the Salem ’Award of trade, in
Frank Billington house in this county. I paid CASH
DOWN for my entire stock, and-intend to
which he reviewed^ Jhe history of ’ ail outraged people will fall. The English Swell......... Bong...........Peter Olds sell
for cash, on a very close profit.
Guided by Reason.. rec.. Claud Magill
transportation faeil lies from the present tariff brings into the treas Foes Unite in Death, rec. Bertie Parker
I will be glad to have you call and ex
forties to the present time was to
-Conjecture, Part 2d........ Eddie Littlefield make your purchases.
the point and well received. Mr. 000,000 jier month moro than is re Eulogy to Gen. Grant..........Chas. Magill
W. I. W esterfield .
Crocker and others made speeches, quired for defraying the expenses of SOng—Wliaf Can the Matter Be?
and about 11 a. m., Monday, the the nation.
Queen Kelty, Charley Hoberg
excursionists left for Portland. Up
Grand Shadow Pantomime.
on their arrival at the metropolis month to the already unheard-of
Barber Shop in Hotel de Paris ...
they were escorted to the Esmond; idle surplus lying in the’vaults at
A Clean Shave
and allowed to rest and get ready Washington. At this rate of ac Valedictory.................
for the grand reception at the pa- cumulation there will bo $ 120,000,- Pianisto—Edith Kelty.
villion in the evening. This was by 000 per annum collected above After Program—Promenade Social,
far the most enthusiastic gathering what is necessary. Let us now see
during tbe whole excursion and will who is benefitted by Ibis accumula Doors open at 6:30.
Curtain at !• 30
Kaepa conatantl; on hand all ainda
long be remembe‘red by both Ore tion.
N. W. Ayer A Son’s “Newspaper An
First we say, the manufacturers
gonians abd their visitors. Hon.
nual” for 1887 has reached us. It is the
Shelf Hardware, Carpenters’
Geo. H. Williams delivered the of the cast and elsewhere, are bene most complete thing published. It con’
Saws, Axes and Axe Hani
Welcoming address, after which fitted to the amount of the $120,- tains a list of newspapers published in
les, Grubbing Hoes,
prominent Californians and Oregon 000,000 which are collected ' on im the United States and Canada, arranged
ians indulged in speech making to ported goods. This, because they by states in geographical sections. Under
their hearts content. It is believed can sell their goods higher by a per this head is given the name of the paper,
the issue, general characteristics, year of
that these distinguished guests have cent, jùst a little less than the per establishment, size, subscription price
gone homo with a much better cent, of tariff collected on the im and circulation, also the names oi editors
Is reserved for Bird <t Gates,
Bells, Bolts of all kinds,
opinion of our resources of every ported goods. Another great evil and publishers. It gives the population
who are busy opening'new
kind than they had when they resulting from this hoarding is the of every state, territory, county and
goods. Watch this
came. At< a means of advertising contraction of the circulating med county-seat, of all the larger cities and
towns. It also gives the number of votes
our state this, last spike excursion ium. To contract a people’s cur polled in each state, territory and county
has been a success as far as it goes- rency makes dear money, which, in by the republican, democratic, greenback
Much mors^depends upon the press its turn, makes labor cheap.
and prohibition parties. And many other
Thus the evil '»f hoarding is seen interesting features, too numerous to
and people. The ¡state press can
bring immigration here, but it re to bo twofold; it enriches the manu mention.
mains for the people to keep them facturer and impoverishes the la
here. This can be done primarily borer.
by dividing up these, targe land
Tho fallacious argument, that
Before purchasing elsewhere, give
claims and selling them at a reason projection is for the laborer is fully
call and learn my prices.
able figure. This is the secret of disproved from the fact that the
• A. B. VZesterfle
the growth of Newberg and vicinity, highest wages in any European
in this county, and other portions country are paid$fn England where
would de well to follow its (example. absolute free trado exists, and the
lowest are paid in Hungary and
Italy where they have the highest
The democratic state club has tariff.— Ex.
appointed ». committee to urge the
claims of San Francisco to the next STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE.
national convention. The republi
To the members of the democratic
cans have selected Chicago for the state central committee of the state
third finit, but the democrats have of Oregon: Notice is hereby given
shown" no such tendency to concen that a meeting of the democratic
trate their favors. The democratic state central committee for Oregon
convention is never held in the will be holden in the city of Port
same city twice in succession, an^, land on January 11, 1888, at the
therefore, the fact that Saa Fran hour of 1 o’clock p. m., for the pur
cisco has never had it is an excel pose of naming time and place for
lent reascil why she should have it holding the state convention and First National Bank.
------ of m ’ minnville , or .,------
this time. We have strong hopes for such other business as may
that the national committee will ap properly come before the committee. JACOB WORTMAN.................. President,
W. D. FENTON... j......... Vice-President,
preciate our advantages aa a meet
R. G oldsmith , Chairman.
After, you have examined elsewhere,
J no . WORTMAN.......................... Cashier. Call ant* see us.
We will sell you Bet-
ing place. The principal hotel
Transacts a general Banking BoaineM. De tcr Boot s and Shoes than you can buy
keepers bave all signed a pledge to
The national prohibition conven posit« received subject to check. Heils Right in Yamhill County for less money. If
and telegraphic transfers on New vou are in the habit of going to Portland or
BY FOt RS,-»
charge no more than regular rates tion which is to meet in Indianapo exchange
York, Han Francisco and Portland.
- MARCH ! tel
June 24, ly.
daring the sessions of the conven lis, June 6, 1888, will be composed
«■MflMlBBb Stephens’new Ji
With Your Cash, Try Us,
ry Store five doors North of tin I
tion. San Francisco has better ho of two delegates from the District cf
And see if you cannot save money by Store and PoalofHce, LaFayetWi
NEW MILLINERY GORDS I
tel accommodations than any other Columbia, two from each territory
trading at home.
get a flrM-elasa watch, clock, Ju
or spectacles, at an unprecedentri
Harris & Haney.
city of her site in the world, and and from each state twice as many
rate and, where you will .finj.|
when they can be obtained at or as the representation in both
times a large assortment of (M
tbe best quality in my line of I
dinary prices the hunted delegate, branehes of congress. A full list of
comparing hie lot with his memor alternates and a fair proportion of
Watctes, Clocks A Jewelry H
Ing a specialty—and all work]
ies of night3 in a barber’s chair at lady delegates are to be chosen. In
FEED AND SALE STABLE,
Cincinnati, will realize that he has addition to the above the executive
T. C. STEPH»
found the natural home of conven committee suggests that one dele
B NELSON. Proprietor. June, 24. '87.
tions. When, moreover, the four gate for each 1000 prohibition votes,
teen electoral votes of California, or a "luajoiv fraction thereof, cast at
Nevada and Oregon are hung in the last general election, to be
•nd everything in the Livery hire in good ehnjx
graceful festoons over the platform, known as provisional delegates, be
and on short notice.
the acene will be one that will make i chosen from each state and terri
Trweient etock left with me will receive tts
The Lafayette Flourim
rival cities confess that their attract- tory.
Upon this basis Oregon is
Good and careful driver« employed.
on full time until i
ions are pale and weak.— S. F. Ex- entitled
to six regular and three
To t ill find my «table on Jeffermm 8treet
“•tween Second »nd Third.
Parlor, Office and Dining
Geo. AV Burt
The Lafayette Shoe Store!
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