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About The Oregon register. (Lafayette, Yamhill County, Or.) 18??-1889 | View Entire Issue (May 4, 1888)
“ A GOVERNMENT OF THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE, AND BY THE PEOPLE.”
LAFAYETTE, YAMHILL COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAYA, 1888.
W agon road frauds .
labor in the most general and com
~ April 30,1888.
prehensive sense of that word, and
From our exchanges we see that
PÜSLISSE» EVERY FR1D1Y
(From onr Regular Corrnepoodent.)
ks all getting better.
especially upon its relation to capi Mr. Cogswell, who is the demo
W ashington , April 20, 1888.
( tal, to hours of labor, the earnings
Our business men seem to be having a
cratic nominee for joint senator for
_ _ — tn wn
The great speech made by Repre- ( of men and women, and'the means
the counties of Crook, Lake and
sentative Mills in the house of repre- ( of promoting their material, social
Thanks Delia for that fine boquet of
Klamath, has been making a ratt
sentatives on Tuesday in favor of ; intellectual and moral prosperity.
FRANK S. HARD1HG.
ling speech before the democratic
Asa Kelsey is in the mountains hunt
revenue reform is s^ill the principal Another bill was passed providing
club at Salem. He goes after land ing for seekers, etc.
subject of ■ conversation in political for arbitration between railroads
» ubscriftion bates .
frauds in good style, as will be seen
Onr shoemaker seems to be contented
Those who wish to can of and their employes.
, wry««, Madrase«............... «2 00 circles.
by the following extract from his to remain in Carlton.
’■¡ix ■••‘foin *<”"••........... . 1 00
course continue the worship of the
The investigation of the govern speech: “The speaker said that he
Another wedding on the programme.
ti, the pootoffice in Lafayette.
ment printing ' office has been re did not understand the resolution of Will report when it comes off.
, Mcond class matter. to hear their god spoken of in rever
Miaa Delia Stout reports the finding of
sumed. It has been fully estab the republican convention which de
ential terms by revenue reformers lished that it was a common prac
nounced the special agents of the a ripe strawberry on the 24th of Apr«.
official directory .
who consider it aLbest but a robber tice under Mr. Benedict’s republican
Can any one beat it T
land office as spies until he saw the
of the people.
Some of these days the covered bridge
predecessor to do private work for name of George L. Woods among
............ Grover Cleveland
west of town will take a swim it there is
Mr. Mills’ speech was the opening politicians and others.
the delegates to the convention, not a new bent put in.
Chas. 8. Fairchild gun in the great tariff battle which
.......... W.F. Vilas
W. J. Brennan^ of Pittsburg, that Woods had a grievance against
Our doctor talks st Doing back to
4«'w*r........................ . Wiu.C. hndte. V
is likely to rage with more or less chairman of the democratic county
these agents and probably works Texas. Wish we could get a doctor that
rj (/-'»>•.’,.............. .Don M Dickinson violence during the remainder of
ar General........ ■
committee, is in the city.4 He says this method of getting even, that didn’t come from Texas.
the session. Judge Kelley, of Penn the democrats of Pennsylvania
Frol. l’owell la teaching a dare in
when Woods was governor of Ore
sylvania, replied to Mr. Mills with will hold their own this year. He
gon he certified that a wagon road music at the church. He has, a fine
iJ H Mitchell
............................ j J. N. Ihtlph
a long manuscript from which he also announces himself as an out-
clans, and is a good teacher.
had been constructed from Eugene
itadv* ............... ...Binger Harmaim
read the usual old protection argu
The two leading disputants get together
.City to the eastern boundary of the
every day now, and one orders pills the
............... .Sylvester Pennoyer ments.
state and upon this certification the other recommends castor oil and torjjen-
Gio* W. McBride
It is now positively, but not'of house held a caucus in Wednesday
............................. ... G. W. Webb
title to nearly a million acres of tine.
ficially, stated that Hon. E. J. evening at which it was agreed to
.. Frank taker
land passed from the general gov
Mr. Howe has his goods nearly all or»
( W. W. Thayer, Phelps, of Vermont, our present
give the republicans the fullest op ernment to a private corporation; toe shell and is ready at any tlm> to.
„Judxte...........................S - Win. r-teora,
minister to England, will be nomi portunity to discuss the tariff bill,
land enough if divided into 160 acre wait on his customers. Mr. H. W. Sit
nated chief justice of the United and a resolution was adopted re tracts to supply over 6,000 families ton is with Mr. Howe at the present.
........ HP. Bobe
Although he is 66 years questing the democratic members
Mr. J. H. Walker and son Jimmy, got
.. Geo. ,W. Brit States.
with homes. That one of these
very badly hurt a few days ago by their
old he is well preserved, and as a of the ways and means committee
special agents went over the line of team running away, throwing them both
.... .L. Long li arv lawyer he is considered the peer of to confer with the republicans of this so called military wagon road
violently to the ground. They were
Geo. W* Bricdwell any in the country.
He is a demo that committee and ascertain if it is
............. -T.J. Harris
and found no road. He inquired of taken to the residence of Mr. Winebnrg
.... W,W. Nelson crat, and in his construction of the
possible to reach some satisfactory the settles, but none of them ever and medical aid secured. From the last
report they were doing very well; the
............ J. D. Fentou constitution- and in all other ques agreement as to the length of time
saw any indications of a roffi He
j George Dorsey
only wonder is that it didn't kill both of
¡smei^ra................ «• « ••• p. 8. Hibbs
discussion on the bill shall con reported this fact to the general them.
H awx Err.
tinue. As soon as this conference land office, and two other special
f John Thompson
j Thomas Huston from the first hour he ascends the
is held there will be another caucus. agents were sent out to examine
In fact, barring
' I Henry Hopkius supreme bench.
BOSTON’S FIRST HOUSEIfhfSDER. into this matter, but they were
L? E Perkins
Carpenter his age, his appointment to the
equally unsuccessful in finding any
................. B W Dunn
The exact location of Blackstone’s
place would undoubtedly give satis
...........W. W. Nelson
constructed wagon road and in their
faction? He is expected here in 0- ' house in Bòston is ascertained, report they seemed to infer that
THE LAW OF NEWSPAFkRfl.
with a substantial degree of cer
bxcri era who do not give express no few days.
Mr. Woods at laat saw some ‘Gift
te the emit'ary are considered aa wishing
tainty, to have been at the corner of
bearing Greek#.4 That notwith-
tinnu their wbacriptious.
If nhH<*ribers order the discontinuance of relations have by a strict
party Beacon and Spruce streets, over standing the/ crf^ciei im made by
periodic«Is die publishers mar continue to
Smith Bros., our enterprising liverv
them until all Arrears are paid.
vote decided to report adversely on looking the Charles river. It was Geo.
hii compatriots mttsran dringa fsod buatoees.
If■tiib»cribers neglect to or refuse to take
periodic Is from ti e .office to which they the fisheries treaty.
upon the land policy of the present
A- B. George A Son have bought a Id»
been directed, they are held responsible
The handsome residence -pur ferred to as his “cottage.” He was administration he challenged any on which to place their blacksmith and
they have settled ¿heir bill anH ordered
chased in this city by the ftienjl^ of the first person who waB admitted republican to show where »single
Ifiulatcribera move to other places with-
iufirairu the publisher, and the papers are the late General Hancock has been to be a freeman of Massachusetts
Quite a number at immigrants arrived
acre of land had been wrongfully
te riie former direction, they are he d
formally transferred to his (Widow. Bay colony, but as he refused to segregated from the public domain last week, and our real estate men report
Th" courts hav»» decide«! that refusing to
Secretary Whitney has written a join the church it is supposed that during the administration of Presi business good.
periodical«» from the office or lemovmg
Hanson A Martin have bought a lot
bavtag them uncalled for is prima facie letter to, Reaj Admiral Ghprardi he surrendered the privileges he
dent Cleveland, and he did not on which they expect to build a meat
-The pimtmaster who neglects to give the placing in his charge the construc
think that any republican would market at once.
I notice of the neglect of a person to take
the armored battle-ship it was voted that only those should care to. make the same .challenge as
the office the paper addressed to him, is tion of
The streets of Newberg are mostly
■l»o to the publisher tor the subscription
Maine, which is to be built at the be freemen who joined the church. to his party.”
plowed, and the new road machine will
complete the job in a lew days.
Brooklyn navy yard. In it he In the allotment of lands, Black
THE WORD “CULTUS.”
Morris A Miles are making some good
says that in view of the fact that stone was given the largest tract,
ices will be held at the following ,t mes this will be ther first war-ship built ¡fifty acre^but, in 1634, he sold
What does the word, ‘cultus’ improvements an their store building id-
places by the M. 1£. pastor in charge of the
y- tte eircuit:
entirely by the government for 15 this, except six acres surrounding mean?” asked the Rev. Thomas Mc the way at rustic and paint outside and A
ttJundaj —11 a. m. West Chehalem; 3 p.
general remodelling inside.
years, it is highly important that his house, to the colony for £30, Guire, who is a newcomer and per
E. H. Woodward, our able supervisor,
Sand ay— Ijifayetl e, morniiw and Ivening.
fectly innooent of all Indian jargon. has done excellent work on the road
Snnday—11 a. m. Pike school houtie: 8a t- the work shall be well done.
y eveuing previous, at Anderson's school
hopes that the yard will turn out a of six shillings upon each freeman. Just as we were going to say that it leading from Newberg to the station,
Bnndiiy—11 a. m. Carlton; 3 p. m.---------- vessel that will be favorably judged A part of this land thus purchased means “subscribe for the Journal," with the new road machine.
D.m. Lafayelte. Preacher in charge.
became a common, and, to this day, the Rev. Ed. McLean spoke up and
The closing exercises at the academy
by congress and the’ people.
vise Mrvices wi l be conducted by Rev.
Representative Martin, of Texas, continues a part of Boston common. said: “Cultus is a latin word and will take place next Friday at 8 o’clock,
, of the Presbvterian church, «« follows:
means cultivate.” This took all in the morning. Dr. Rowland, of Salem,
Sabbath of each month at Lafayette,
has introduced a bill in the house —American Magazine.
will lecture in the afternoon oo his travels
aud 4th Sabbaths al Zena.
the wind out of our sails and we in Palestine.
Sabbath at McCoy. All cordially invited. imposing a punishment of impris
THE SMALLEST PEOPLE.
left it at that, but cultus means
onment for life- with hard labor or
Mrs. Anna Boll received a hearty wel
Skeletons of two Akkas, the pig
with our Indians, onery, lazy, dis come from her many warm friends of
the imposition of the death penalty
J. Burt Moore,
my people discovered by Schwein-
honest, lascivious, debauched, pol Newberg last week, upon her arrival from
for the offence of bribing or at
furth in 1870, have been acquired
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
tempting to bribe any United States by the British muBeum, and show luted, degraded, sacreligious, ill- an extended trip through the east. A
sister, of Iowa—whose name we have
judge, member of congress or gov that this race is undoubtedly the famed, dastardly, mean, contempti not learned—accompanied her hotne and
ernment officer, to render a decision most diminutive known. The
will locate bore.
OR,J. C. MICHAUX.
or judgment or to vote upon any stature of the male skeleton is “cultus turn turn” is a map with a. The hili on the new road from town td
pending proposition, or to do any of about an inch below below four feet, very bad heart, and with the Indian Rogers’ landing is now grubbed and
is both dreaded and despised.— ready to grade. This will make a good
and that of the female about as
An active experience of nine years ficial act.
direct road to the river when completed;
hi« services to the people ot Lafayette
A bill has also been introduced much above. The few previous Walla Walla Journal. ,
and when the ferry is put in will open up
into thé house declaring all inter measurements recorded indicate
The interest in modern science is a fine trade from across the liver, New-
state pools or combinations limited that these heights are rather below rapidly increasing in China, and a berg being the moot accessible point tor
T. c. Stepiiens,
or controlling the production, sale, the average, though a living adult scientific book depot instituted a large scope at excellent farming coun
or price of any article of trade or female of three feet ten inches is three years ago for spreading useful
We regret to announce the death of
commerce, to be unlawful and a known. Prof. Flower finds that the literature throughout the empire, is Mrs. Mary Austin, which occurred *i
Friday ot last week. Mrs. Aurtin Had
Akkas belong to the black or Ne growing in favor. About 15,000 been a sufihrer for several mooths past;
The house lias passed a bill groid branch of the human species, volumes have been sold, reaching and though resigned to her lot was hope
which provides for the establish and that tbey are not allied to the the most distant parts of China, ful of being again restored to health, till
near the time of her death. Her fnneral
a fiMctafiA utock of watebea, clocks, ment of a department of. labor, the
Bushmen or Andaman Islanders, Corea and Japan. About 200 works from Friends’ churen Saturday morning,
W and rpectaclce and sells at unprocedent-
general design and duties of which which tribes they most resemble have already been translated into was attended by a large number of Bor
rowing friends and relatives. The family
Chinese under foreign management, have the sympathy of the entire com
, Clock, and Jewelry repairing s spec shall be to acquire and diffuse
ialty—Al! werk warranted.
to which about 250 native works munity in their bereavement.
among the people of the United
Give m, a call.
have been added.
States useful information upofi
chmaker and Jeweler,
T. C. STEPHENS.