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“ A GOVERNMENT OF THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE, AND BY THE PEOPLE.”
LAFAYETTE, YAMHILL COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY,'J ANU ARY 6,1888.
Vhe Oregon Register
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
(From oor Regular Correspondent.)
ths way described except to give
the sender’s* address, are subject to
The new vault for silver in the
north court yard of the treasury de
partment is finished, and will soon
give place to many millions of the
people’s money; it has ft capacity
forest oring one hundred million
In the senate the Blair education
al bill has again been taken up,
and there is a strong probability
that it will pass both houses, and
be vetoed by President Cleveland;
the dependent pension bill will also
be ]»ushod forward to passage, and
will likely meet a similar' fate. A
general bankrupt bill will also be
introduced in the house, and appar
ently it has a good chance of be
coming a law; it gives five hundred
dollars as the mininum and pro
vides that bankruptcy cases shall
hive precedence of all except state
In the senate..the adjournment
resolution was made the occasion
of a political discussion, provoked
by the republicans, in which Messrs.
Plumb and Sherman severely as
sailed the president’« message, but
Mr. Beck and Butler very effectual
ly exposod the hypocrisy of these
two excited statesmen.
W ashington , Deb. 23, 1887.
Enough bills were offered in the
‘senate the first few dhys of the ses
sion, to engage the attention of that
FRANK S. HARDING.
i >body for the next seven years, but a
vast majority of these measures
will never again see the light of day
i Copy-per y««- In »deance..........
.Copy, a'1 month. In advaca....
after being taken to the committee
Entered at the postoflice in Lafayette,
During the session of the forty
regon, uh second clans matter.
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ninth congress, fully 12,000 bills
were introduced, of which number
UNITED STATES. -
about 9,000 failed to pass, but it is
Ire ident ............................... Grover Cleveland
among the probabilities that at
Kcietarv of ¿tale................... Thus. F. Bayard
Eireury ofTreiunry.............,C>«« H. Fairchild
least 90 per cent, of these same old
EereUry of the Interior........... L. Q. C. Lamar
Ecretarr of War........ ..............Wm O. Kndic
bills will again be brought, forward
E?»uryofNavy ....................... W.C Whitney
CiXr.1....................... :..W.F. Vilas
before two months have passed. In
lAttnrney General.............................A. H», Gatland
the fiftieth congress, one-fourth of
rhiefJ '-tice............................. Morrison It. Wuile
the senate is new and one-third of
IJ II Mitchell
the house is new, and in conse
8en»ton>................ ................... .. 1 J. N. Dolph
Representative....... ....................Binger Hermann
quence, there will be much new
legislation projiosed, for it is a his
.Sylvester Penn oyer
7 rrr ■ -rf-wnwU?’0, W■ M eBride
torical fact that newly elected mem
............ TT7 <■- w w* »
bers- of congjeis arc. Siubitioufi. tp‘
Saul Public luatruction............... E-K. McElroy
themselves in the first
term of service, in order to impress
their constituents with the convict
. .R, P. Boise
□edge...?......... ..................... .
ion that'a second election of the
. W. L. Bradshaw
budding statesmen is necessary to
the salvation of the country.
Judge..................................... .. .......... L. Longharv
The oft-recurring question of
Clark...................................... Geo. W. Briedweil
............ T. J. Harris
____ W, W. Neis m
whether it would not be best to
abolish the congressional record,
............ J. I>. Fenton
Of Yamhill County.
j George Dorsey
again presents itself; the record-was
(J. 8. Hibbs
originally designed to be mcrely-ix
HOME AMJ NAÏ1VP
f John Thompson
condeiiscd'oTlícTáT t'cpórt of the pro "FOR GOJ) AM) bAM>*
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j Thomas Huston
Board of Trastees.................. .. 1 M J Kainsey
ceedings of congress; this is shown Mus. F A. ¿M orris , Press Superintendent
| Henry Hopkins
Newberg, Oregon. s
4« K Perkins
by reference to theflles of. the old
We are having fide weather now.
Treasurer.............................. ......... W. W. Nelson
publication^ Fyom being simply an
THE LAW uF NEWSl’AFFRS.
PRICE IS intelligible synopsis of’ the doings of The academy Bell tolled the old
1— Snbscci era who do net gue-express no
congress, encroachment was gradu year out and the young new year
tice to the cont’ ary are connideT6d as wis.hifiY|
te continue their subscriptions.
ally made upon the space of the Re in.
2— If subs'’ri hers order the discontinuance of
their periodicals the publishers may continue to
Mr. Martin Cook delivered a
cord until it has become the med
send them until all arrears are paid.
ium through tyhich long-winded good sermon at' Friends’ church
3— If etibacribera neglect to or refuse to take
Payable During the Year.
their periodica la from , tl* office. to which the y
congressmen inflict upon the. publj^ Sabbath.
have been directed. they^src lieTd“responsuT)Te-
tilt they have settled their hili an*1 or<|cred
and tlieir own constituenfáspeeches
Mr. and Mrs.-Tow n se nd^u a f ro rt-~
their paper discontinued.
4— If subscribers move to other plaees with-
many of which were never de land, spent Sabbath with their
-out informing the publisher, and the papers are
livered; for it is often the case when many friends at Newberg.
eent te the former direction, they are he d
the house or senate wishes to avoid
5— Th“ courts have decided that refusing to
There arc four new students at
take periodical* from the office or removing
being bored by a tiresome speaker, the academy this week.
and leaving them uncalled for is prime facie I < ‘ ■
evidence of intentional fraud.
that ’the orator is both ^ilenced and
F. A. Morris went to Portland
6— The postmaster who negTeCtsto give the
legal notice of the neglect of a person to take □tiring the Present Session of Con satisfied by ‘‘leave to print his Ye-*
Thursday to buy goods.
from the office the paper addressed to him, is
marks.” It is all the same to the
»iable also to the publisher lor the subscription
Mr. John Reese removes to his
statesman so he is successful in his
new residence this, week. The
purpose to reach the voters. So it
. property that Mr. Reese vacates
is safe to say that the congressional
Services will be held at the following t mes
will be occqpied by his brother Mr.
and places by the M. E. pastor in charge of the
record will not be abolished, but
Alf. Reese, of Chehalem mountain.
Will Have a Regular Correspondent
l»t Bunday—11 a. m. West Chehalem; 3p
that it will continue to be the med
In Washington, whose Letters
m. Dundee; 7 30 p; m. Newberg.
Misses .May and Ella Hadley
ium of congressional flatulence and
2d Sunday—It a. m- North Yamhill ; 3 p, m.
are Reliable and In
leave this morning for Portland to
-------; 7.30 p. m. Lafayette.
3d Sunday—II a. m. Pike school house; 7,30
p. m. Wright’s school bouse. Saturday eve
For the past year the prosperity be absent a few weeks.
previous, at Anderson’s school house.
The following are the resolutions-
4th Sunday—11 a. m. Carlton; 3,p. m.--------
of the postofficff department has
7.30 p.m. Lafayelte. Preacher in charge.
been little short of marvelous, the adopted by the State temfferance
result of progressive business meth alliance held ¡it Portland Novem
J. Burt Moore,
ods and economical management; ber ’22d:
Resolved: That this, alliance
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
the records of the office show that
considers the grand total of about
year of four million dollars in the 20,000 votes cast in favor of consti
amount of postage stamps sold. tutional _ prohibition in the face-of
DR. J. C. MICHAUX.
The postmaster general gives it as the . bittef opposition of the whisky
his opinion that there will be no de- I ' po^er, and of its many adherents
After an active experience of nine years
IS THE ONLY
ficiency as formerly, and that the as the most marked recognition of
offers his services to the people ot Lafayette
and surrounding country.
mail service is now on a self-sus both the duty and the purpose of
Oregon to abate the pretentions and
This department has lately made curtail the powef of the saloon in
a new regulation jtbat is of special politics.
Paper in the County.
Resolved: That we favor what
interest to^ie-.’gen*ral /public, par
political action Wilt se c u re u n~
ticularly during this' fho holiday
Portland & Wilamette Valley R’y
season, when so many presents are I doubted restriction and prohibitory
being sent through the mails Here legislation of the liquor traffic; such
Until further notice trains will
arrive and depart from Lafayette
tofore persons trasporting second, as statutory prohibition; local op
as follows, to and from Portland.
third or fourth class parcels in this tion by counties; allowing women
manner, were requested to specify ' ¡ to vote 'also on that question as in
Portland.... 7: am Airlie................H.30 a m
Newberg... 950 am Dallas............10
the outside thereof in writing the Kansas municipality; early closing
Tundee----- 10 35 a m Sheridan....... 11 56 a m
Lafayette . .11 12 a m
class of kind of such matter; but of saloons; closing them on Sunday
Sheridan.... 1 12 p ru Dundee.......... 3
this ia.qojonger permissable, for, I and election days; prohibiting the
Dallas.......... 3 15 p m Newberg........ 3 14 p m
Air)ie(arriv) 4 35 p nu Portland
Portlant (ar) 5 50 p m
under thedate ruling, packages of ! Bale of liquor to minors, to intoxi
' f to
For fuither information apply
__ the Coin
nany's Agent at Lafayette, or address General
the three classes, if written upon in cated persons; removing all obsttuc-
office, corner First ¿ Pine Sts., Portland Ogn,
During the Year 1888
The Leading Paper
W. C. T. U. COLUMN.
Narrow Game System.
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Large Circulation !
tions to viewing the sale of liquors;
always provided that we are clearly
understood to oppose all licensing
of the selling of intoxicating liquors
as a beverage as being a moral
Resolved: That we "acknowledge,
as powerful agencies creating the
strong prohibition sentiment, the
long continued moral suasion work
of the home, the church, the various
temperance societies, the distribu
tion of literature, lectures and other
educational influences, and that we
will combine to work along theso
lines and urge the-enforcement of
this law, with the addition of suf
ficient penalty for nonenforcement,
for scientific instruction in the pub
lic schools on alcohol and narcotics,
in order to mold the sentiment of
the rising generation.
Resolved: That in order Yb ac
complish one of the great objects
for which- the temperance . people
are working, namely, the abolish
ing of the saloon from our Btate,
that is the sense of this alliance
"that such object can be soonest and
most effectually accomplished by a
cordial and united effort of all tem
perance workers with an independ
ent political party free from all en
tangling alliances with liquor inter
Resolved: That to make a suc
cessful fight we must financially
support temperance papers that
wiZZ.foirly and fully present our
side of the question and give us
temperance news; and this applies
particularly to a good prohibition
newspaper for our own state of
Resolved: That we favor a new
registry law to prevent frauds at
STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE.
To the members of the democratic
state central committee of the state
of Oregon: Notice is hereby given
that a meeting of the democratic
state central committee for Oregon
will be holden in the city of Port
land on January 11, 1888, at the
hour of 1 o’clock p. m., for the pur
pose of naming time and place for
holding the state convention and
for such other business as may
properly come before the commitee.
. B G oldsmith , Chairman.
To citizens of the’ Pacific states
(luring the past week, and reported
expressly for this paper by C. A.
Snow & Co., patent lawyers, op
posite patent office, Washington, D.
C.: M. Anthony, San Francisco,
glass preserving jar; T. P. Cl^rl,
San Francisco, wood splitting ma
chine; E. C. Emery, San' Diego,
Cal., insulator; 7T. Greig, »Santa
Clara, Cal., bed planers attach
ment; J. M. Haynes, Maxwell, Cal.,
wrench; G. W. Hill, Stark’s point,
Washington Territory, device for
holding cans; M. Katzner, Marys
ville, Cal., road cart; T. W. Mon
wwrSan_ Fruncjsco, station indica-
tor; B. F. Nelson, Santa Maria,
Cal., chum; A. E. Roe, San Fran
cisco, crushing mill; A. Soderling,
Bodie, Cal., amalgamating pan;
W. Tiffany, Creswell, Oregon, rail
way pump motor; J. Tilton, San
Francisco, railway car stove; D.
Young, Stockton, Cal., link belting.
Copy of any patent at government
price, 25 cents in stamps.