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About The Oregon register. (Lafayette, Yamhill County, Or.) 18??-1889 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 20, 1888)
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“ A GOVERNMENT OF THE I’EOTLE, FOR TH If PEOPLE, AND BY THE PEOPLE.”
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LAFAYETTE, YAMHILL COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 20,1888. ’
Land,” which would make a terri
W. C. T. II. COLUMN.
tory nearly as large as the state of
■UBLISBED EVEBY FRIDAY
ROHR AHO HAT1VX
(From our Regular Correspondent.)
Ohio.' It is said this plan will be “FOR GOO AHO LAHO."
• W ashington , Jan. 6, 1888.
strengthened by the support of the M bs . F A. .M obbib , Press Superintendent
The .two most important events of administration.
MERCHANT TAILORS. •
the Week are the reassembling of
There is a probability that Wash
congress and the resumption of ington, Montana and Dakota terri
Jan. 16, 1888.
BANK S. HARDING.
work by the special international tories will be admitted as states
From Bishop Potter of the Protes
Tailoring Establishment hr the County parliament—the fisheries commis this year upon the condition that tant Episcopalian church, New
work and low prices.
sion. The house of representatives they shall not vote for president York city: In asking my opinion
._ n.r year. I b advance..00
iiiooths in advece.............. 1 00 M'MINNVILLE,
- - OREGON, heard only yeéterday the announce
until 1892. Representative Cran, as to “the effect of the saloon in
ment of the arrangement of its com of Texas, is preparing to submit his politics in the United States,” I
ired at the postoffice in Lafayette.
mittees, but the senate is already constitutional amendment to change presume you ubc the word “saloon”
, .u second class.matter.
X-ii^rexy StGCble. in the midst of a battle.'
the time of meeting of congress. as an equation for the whole traffic
The first matter of consequence The 31st of December at noon is for which it stands. The saloon
presented in the senate after, the substituted for the 4th of. March as per «e, has something, undoubtedly
......... .Grover Cleveland
J. J. HEMBREE, Proprietor.
holiday recess was the resolution in the time for the beginning and ter to say for itself, so long as such a
.......... ThoB- F- »»y*«1
2 of Treeniiry......................... 8. Felrqhild I am prepared to give good accopi.i odation on
to the distribution of the mination of the official terms of the thing as the sale of liquor as a bev
short notice, to persons wish, ng
teams or conveyance.
president’s message. This was members of the house. Congress erage is a legitimate business, hav-.
027”Mv hicks connects with the daily trains made the pretext for Mr. Sherman shall meet at least once each year ing the sanction1 of the law like any
to carry passengers to arid irom tfao depot.
in his feverish haste and anxiety to on the first Monday in January, un other. H liquor may be sold to the
.................Morrison B. Waite
________ CONGRESSIONAL._______ ~
get even with Mr. Blaine in making less otherwise ordered by that body. rich in liulk, it may surely be sold
P H Mitchell -
THE COUNTY SEAT
aiïjpëii bld for the republican pros- Should the bill pass both houses, it to the poor by*the glass. How this
........................................ ) J. N. lX>lpb
JiUljva........................... Binger Hermann
Go to NEWBERG idential nomination, to launch a must be ratified, of course, by two- may be regulated,' is undoubtedly^ -
harraunge, something after the thirds of the state legislatures be legitimate question in politics, just
. ............ Sylvester Pennoyer
This year, but
.............. Gvo* W. McBrifle'
as questions of revenue, import and
2’**^-......................... G. W. Webb MOORE BROS’ DRUG. STORE manner of a stump speech, in which fore it oan become a law of the
ÄVletruction............ E-B. McElroy
export duties, and the like, have a
Is there wtth a full line of .
he sharply takes Presiclent Cleve land.
(W. W. Thayer, Fresh, Clean and Pure Drugs, land and' the democracy to task on
One of the most ludicrous scenes rightful place there. But the rela
.Judges......................... - Wm. P. Lord.
And Family Medicines. Also
the tariff question. But the con yet witnessed in the house was tion of the drink traffic, in the
I B. 8. hti «hati.
suming aspirations of the Ohio sena when Mr- floutelle, of Maine, who large, to politics is a much; larger,
................ R.. P. Boice
A full line of Machine Oils of all Grades and tor have led him to adopt ft course has made some
reputation as as it is certainly a preeminently
........................... .Geo. W. Bell
’....................W. L. Bradshaw Prices to suit the times.
of conduct wholly acceptable to the a sectional agitator,
called up the important question. The drink
Paints and Oils
............................ .L. Longbarv r v CAnnot be obtained cheaper outside of Portland democracy, as is shown by the mas rebel flag inquiry, instantly there traffic represents to-day, Bo enor
.......... Geo. W. Dried weil \
'than we sell for. Give us a call. .
terly rejoinder of Senator Voorhes, were a dozen objections, but Mr. mous a pecuniary interest, it ap
.......... T. J. Harri«
... W, W. Nelson
who was only to glad to avail him- Campbell, of New York, merely as peals, and with such tremendous
Belf of this oocassion to emphasize sumed a picturesque attitude and 'effect, to the lowest Appetites, and
.'.... J. I). Fenton
the views of the president and the exclaimed “Ugh,” at the same, mo it threatens so directly and Bo seri
.................... >. • • •
1J. 8. Hibbs
policy of the party.
ment bringing his fist down upon ously the best interests of the state,
f John Thompson
The tariff debate, thus bravely his desk with such vigorous energy that its power to influence politics
; Thomas Huston
of Trade*».......... .Vr... | M J Kamaey
may continue for some as to be recognized by the presiding for evil seems to me'one of the;inost___
| Henry Hopkins
time in tho üpper house, as several officer as entitled to the floor. dangerous, if not the most danger
a *- ........................................... E. Carpenter
of the senators have announced The little man from Maine persists ous, of the evil forees-in our, ;day
...................................... B W Dunn
• W. W. Nelson
THE ONLY NATIONAL STANDARD.
their intention to discuss that issue in playing the Innocent Abroad for and land. It has learned thé
THE LAW OF NEW8PAPFRS.
in all its bearings. 'Still it is pos- the house of representatives. He efficacy of thorough organization.
Inbscri era who do not give express no
i the contrary are considered as wishing Containing Over Twenty Thou sible that the tariff debate may be seldom rises to his feet without It is absolutely unscrupulous in
dime tbeir snbecriptfona.
the use of money, and as posing aB
interfered with at any »moment by making himself ridiculous.
sand Articles on Proinin
f gobs'’rihers order the discontinuance rtf
leriodicalh the publishers may continue to
the advocate of “personal liberty/’
beiu until all arrears are paid.
if subscribers negleet to or refuse to take
has precedence of all other matters DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION. it cleverly steals the livery of
periodic»!« from tie office to which they
I heaven in which to serve the devil.
on account of its being the only
leen directed, they are held responsible
A democratic state convention fon
This standard work is the only National
ey have settled their bill an** ordered
Cyclopo'dia of Biography in this country, “unfinished ^business.” The New the state of Oregon is hereby called' Already, it owns legislators; unless
¡f subscribers move to ether plaees with- and is worthy to rank with the great na Hampshire senator declares it to be to meet at Pendleton, Umatilla, ^resisted, *v
anting the publisher, and the papers art tional works of its kind in the Old World,
e the former dilection, they are he d now being published in England, Ger his purpose to push his bill .from county, on Tuesday, April 3, 1888, and a traffic which destroys homes,
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many, anti Belgium.
day to day until the question is for the purpope of nominating a degrades
'h» courts have decided that refusing to
No name eminent in literature, art,
Mriodieals from the office or removing
laving them uncallad for is prima facie music, science or invention will be omitt disposed of. He expresses himself candidate for member of congress, a criminals, crowds our jails and
ice of intentions 1 fraud-
as being confident that his cherished candidate - for judge of the supreme alffiByhouscB, is on the road to such
rhe postmaster who neglects to give the
jotice of the neglect of a person to take
measutc will pass both houses and court, six delegates to the national a position of unrestricted power
Sold only by subscription.
he office the paper addressed to him, is
he believes the president will ap democratic convention, and six al that already in great cities we seé
W. W. BECK
also to the publisher tor the subscription
prove it. As to the latter opinion, ternates; to ratify the various dis it- attempting to dictate the policy
a prominent congressman remarked, trict nominations, and such other of parties and to name our judges,
“Mr. Blair’k hope for his bill is business as may properly come be sheriffs, district attorneys, and all
rices will be lield at the following tme.
ace« by the M. E. pastor in charge of the
others who make or administer thé —
without foundation. In all of Mr. fore the convention.
lunday-ll a. m. West Cbelialem; 3 p.
¿leveland’s career, he has never,
Said convention will be composed laws. To undertake to estimate
»dee; 7 30 p, m. Newberg.
Bnilav—11 a. in. Nor'h Yamhill ; 3 p, m.
either by deed or word, committed of 155 delegates, apportioned to the the effects, moral, social and politi
EALEK IN---- r
I 7.30 p. m. Lafayette.
himself to any scheme of paternal various counties on the vote cast cal of such a condition of things, is
lunday—11 a. m. Pike school house: 7,30
Wright's school bonne. Saturday eve
the Blair bill.” He for candidate to congress at the a task larger than your limits per
hs, at Anderson's school house.
shaddise said further like that
Sunday—11 s. m. Carlton: 3 p. m.—-----
he knew that his election of 1886, being one delegate mit to me. But the wide-spread
in. Lafayette. Preacher in change.
-—W est Chebalem, Oregon,:—
democratic brethern were divided for each county and one for every apathy in regard to the whole mat- ,
upon this question, many of the 200 and fraction over 100 votes so ter, may well fill us with alarm.
J. Burt Moore,
Wishes to inform the people of leading men of the party being on cast. In accordance with said appor Not until the people are aroused to
West Chebalem, aud vicinity, the affirmative side. But he thought
IYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
tionment, the respective counties the danger that threatens them,—
that he keeps on band, a com it would be better to act on the Na will be entitled to the following re not until they have resolved that
plete stock of
poleonic military maxim of finding presentation:
no man tainted by participation in
o this traffie can be' tolerated in any
out what our enemies wish us to do Baker.......
R.J. C. MICHAUX,
Benton . .
and then purs'ue a contrary course. Clackamas
» public ôffice, (however innocent in--
GROCERIES. HATS. CAPS.
4 dividuals may be of any corrupt
He thought President Cleveland Clatsop ...
r tn active experience of nine years
would be finely to regard it in that Coos
hit services to the people ol Ijifayette
5 fellowship With those who make
2 their laws as to liquor selling by
and TINWARE. In fact every light. r
thing usually found in a country
Of important proposed legislation Curry
8 buying the lâw-makers), can wo
store; which he proposes to sell in the house it may be well to men Gilliam...
6 hope that our comnion peril may be
as cheap as cau be bought in tion Mr. Springer’s bill to create the Grant.......
1 averted. We are told that the
Yambill County. »^Highest territory of Oklahoma py consolidat Josephine.
6 country wants in politics a new and
egonian Railway, L’d, Line.
market price paid for produce.
ing the tribes in the Indian territory Klamath
155 living issue. Well, here it is; vital,
Lake.................... 2] ' Total
He has also two farms for sale, on reason
urgent, and of a consequence second
able terms, also, stock of goods and buildings, under that form of government. It Lane.....................
j acre of ground. For further particulars
The-cominiltee respectfully recom to none which, in the history of the
til further notice trains will also
is understood that another bill on
call on the undersigned at his store-
e ar.d depart from Lafayette
J. D, C arter , West chehaljm.
the same subject but of an entirely mends that the county conventions land, has stirred men’s deepest con
Yumhill County, Oregon.
Hows, to and from Portland.
different character will, be intro for the election of delegates to the victions.
duced. The latter scheme proposes state convention, unless otherwise
The unusually large number of young
pd.... 8: a m Airlie........ . .9,40 n m
to remove the Indians to the eastern ordered by the local county com men who have been committed to the
b----- 10 15 a m Sheridan....... 12 28 p ui
|tte.. .10 45 a m Lafayette... 1 48 p m
part of the territory and to form a mittee, be held on Saturday, March state insane asylum of Michigan in the
MH...12 57 p m Dundee... . 2 15 p m
B. G oldsmith ,
Fong Wong & Hing Gee Props.
new territory out of the western 24, 1888.
last year and a half has led to the dis
prriv) 8 00 p tn Portland (ar) 4 30 p-ni
hither information apply to the Com
Washing and Ironing done in a First Claes portion, adding thereto the region of Chairman Democratic State Central covery that almost all of these spiofcod
Agent at Lafayette, or address General manner. Prices cheaper than any laundry In
cigarettes to excess.
as “No Man’s
krner First A Pine StsM Portland Ogn, Yamhill owiaity. «-Give us a call.-*» IMJ country known
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