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LAFAYETTE, YAMHILL COUNTY, OREGON,-FRIDAY, MARCH 2,1888.
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____ CHURCH NOTICK,
rrvices will be held at the following t mee
places by the M. E. pastor ia charge of the
aye tie circuit:
*tBunday—11 a. m. West Chehalem; 3 p.
Id Bunday—Lafayette, morning and evening,
d 8unday—11 a. m. Pike school house; Bat-
Jay evening previous, at Anderton's school
Lth Sunday—11 a. m. Carlton; 3 p. m.--------
•Op. m. Lafayette. Preacher in charge.
DivLe services wi’l be conducted bv Rev.
yds, of the Presbvterian church, ns follows:
1st Sabbath of each month at Lafayette. ».
2d and 4th Sabbath» at Zona.
3d 8abbath at McCoy. AU cordially invited.
J. Burt Moore,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
DR. J. C. MICHAUX,
After an acflve experience of nine years
Fera his services to the people oi Lafayette
id surrounding country.
J» n ,2I,’87.
T. C. Steplxens,
Matchmaker and Jeweler,
Keepa a finite I» m etock of watehea. clock.,
»airy and apectaclea and m H» at uuprecedent-
I low price».
•tehee, Cloeka and Jewelry repairing a apoc-
laity—All work warranted.
Give me a call.
that official by virtue of the pro
W. C. T. U. COLUMN.
vision of the annual appropriation 1
bill. A b an issue has been raised *
questioning his right in the matter,
it was thought best to finally settle 1
the controversy by syich legislation.
Living here amid scenes that are varied
The republican senators have but
I do not know what you may
two subjects to discuss when they think
As the winter dissolves into spring,
of the woman’s crusade, but
With mountains recuipbent on mountains wish to talk for political effect, j
let me say, a woman who stood in
When weary of assaulting the presi- ( side it, that the womanhood of this
To their grandeur the poet may sing.
’Tis here that the flora, in winter may dent’s message they are reduced to ] nation never laid such a tribute at
the necessity of attacking the mail , the feet of its manhood. If you
And here where the bay tree is found;
No blizzards enshrouding day’s bright- , service in the west. Senator Rea- , want to find out what a boy is
negs in gloom,__ s_________
gan was to the point when he said , worth, go and ask his mother. By
With wonders strewn lavish around.
that if . a reform was honestly . the time she goes into the jaws of
Those bulwarks, the Cascades, that shield 1 sought, the complaints would not l
death to give him birth, and then
us from cold.
be sent to tile United States senate, puts into him her days of love and
Whose summits loom up to the H|ty,
Like sentinels guard their rich treasure of ; but to the postoffice department,
her nights of care, and he stands
And the gems that beneath them may • where steps could be taken to cor before her strong and olean and tall
rect the alleged short-comings.
at twenty-one, she can tell you what
This land of the sagebrush, the fir and
Blaine’s letter is variously Viewed he is worth from the crown of his
Of itsbeautieswhstmortalcoulddream, both by democrats and republicans. head to the soles of his feet, and
Where the almond tree blooms, the fig The former place little faith in his when the
tree and vine, .
And the golden sands burnish the sincerity, while those of the latter takes hold of him, and tears him
who are unfriendly to th» aspira down fibre by fibre, and puts oaths
’Tis here where the elk on the mountain tions of the man from Maine are on the lips that she used to kissj
more than willing to take him at and crushes out his mother’s hopes, <
•Where the wolf is secure in his lair,
Where the panther selects the dark cave his word. On the other hand, the it is no wonder she makes outcry.
for his home,
ardent supporters of Mr. Blaine are If you want to know what a home
Nor were footsteps of man ever there.
hoping that there will be a reaction is worth, go and ask a loving
'Tis here where the fountains leap down to
in his favor, which will apparently woman who has kept herself as
the pl Ain,
On their way to the deep rolling tide,
make the candidacy of their favor pure as God’s lilies for her marriage
Like silvery threads through the gold
day, when, with a great shine in
That carpets the vales far and wide.
As a result of the retirement of her eyes, she puts henelf over into
From this we must go to the distant Blaine, there are a number of presi-' the hands of one man for better or
dential booms, among which may for worse, for richer or for poorer,
Of Yamhill County.
No travelers their ste] ips have retraced,
Where the flowers ever bloom ’mid fields be mentioned Senators Hawley, until life’s end. And when the
Sherman, Adison; as well as Gresh dramshop with its fearful curse
And where beauty is never effaced.*
am and General Sheridan. In fact crosses the threshhold of the home
—E. C abpkntkb .
the republicans in congress are now they built together, and takes down
thinking more of preaident-making her strong tower of hope, stone by
than of legislation.
stone, and degrades the father of
(From oar Regular Correspondent.)
At last the so-called “everlasting her children, it is no wonder woman
Blair bill” has again passed the
W ashington , Feb. 17, 1888.
During the present session of con- i senate, this time by a vote 'of 39 to
it was the woman’s crusade?
gress, which has been in session a 1 29. It has been in three congresses It wAa a long-smothered sob, break-1
little over two months, more than i now, and has occupied much valu ing into a cry; it was a midnight
.6,250 bills have been introduced in i able time, which its enemies say prayer coming abroad at noonday.
Payable During the Year.
the house of representatives. Notone will be to no purpose. Its fate in You men sometimes say to us, as
fortieth of them have passed, and be the house is problematical, but we stand in places like this, ‘‘Home
fore final adjournment, the number most of the democrats voted against is your kingdom." We do not dis
of bills presented and referred will it before, and the longer the bill has pute it. We know it bettef than
probably reach twice that number. been thought of and talked of the you know it. But it was our king
The life of a congressional bill is weaker it has grown. The last dom that was outraged. You say
rather interesting. To give you vote upon it by the senate was not to us standing ballotless and de
During the Present Session of Con some idea of the red tape that a bill so strong as the vote of two years fenceless before this vampire of our
must encounter, it is only necessary ago.
civilization, “You do not need the
The fisheries commission having ballot; we defend you by love and
to say that a full-grown bill must
be “printed six times, and must concluded itd labors and signed^ by law.”
Do you; when for
go through the hands of at least treaty, the same will be submitted eighty-five year», by well-defined
twenty-five persons before it can be to the senate to-day. It only in license legislation motherhood has
Will Have a Regular Correspondent
numbered with the laws of the land. cludes the disputes on the Atlantic been uncrowned, and her children
In Washington, whose Letters
There seems to be a growing dis coast.
slain by law, and you have made
are Reliable and In
The president and party are ex no protest Against it? You have
position on the part of congress to
regulate, or rather to restrict the pected to make their flying trip to prayed about it in prayer meeting;
publication of certain matter in the the land of Howers early next but when it came to the Sweep of
press—such as lotteries and gift en week. They will not be absent empire in the ballot-box and in po
terprises. Thirteen bills of this quite one week.
litical organizations, you have
character were introduced in the
made no protest
last congress, and eight or nine
Oh men, I do not beleive a civil!*
> REMEMBER THE
2>ave been brought forward in the
To citizens of the Pacific states zation is worth much that cannot
during the past week, and reported protect its women and babies.
The house committee has reported expressly for this paper by C. A. Aid grand as you are, and strong
adversely the bill to license railroad Snow & Co., patent lawyers, oppos as you are, and true as you are;
conductors, and this is probably the ite U. 8. Patent office, Washington: you will never be able to protect
18 THE ONLY
last that will be heard of that
nick, Portland, your women and children and the
Oregon—M. J. Amici
gag regulator; N. 8. JtÄni ison, Port- dramshops at the same time. Oh,
The house judiciary committee land, washing machine; W. John in shame, in very shame, either get
has ordered a favorable report on son, Portland, amalgamator. Cali up and strike down this enemy of
the senate bill to refund the direct fornia—J. Crampton, San Fran the home and of wifehood and of
Paper in the County.
taxes collected during the late civil cisco, rubber hose; G. W. Douglas, childhood, or else put the the ballot
war, with an amendment providing San Francisco, depression pulley into the hands of your women for
that money so collected shall be for cable railways; W. Haas. San their own protection!— Mary T. LA-
restored to the rightful owner. Francisco, street sweeper; J. St. throp.
There is little doubt of the passage Mary, 8an Francisco, damper regu
A deaf race of men seems to be
of this act.
lator; R. B. Lyon, Sonoma, gate.
the inevitable result of a continu
The ways and means committee
R. B. Haye», of Ohio, enjoys the ance of schools for deaf mutes.
has reported a bill authorizing the
secretary of the treasury to invest distinction of being the only repub The close association with one
the surplus in the purchase of lican in the country who has not another naturally leads to inter
United States bonds. Heretofore been mentioned for the presidential marriage, with offspring inheriting
the common infirmity.
this authority was conferred upon nomination of ’88.
SCENES IN OREGON.
’Tin pleasing to say that the snowflakes of
Hang lightly upon my brow;
That the changes of place and the changes
Deal siniling and kind with me now.
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