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About The Oregon register. (Lafayette, Yamhill County, Or.) 18??-1889 | View Entire Issue (May 11, 1888)
A GOVERNMENT OF THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE, AND BY THE PEOPLE.” *
LAFAYETTE, YAMHILL COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 11,1888.
THJX MONGOLIAN PHEASANT.
which provides for the erection of a
May 6,188«. ,,
ThedSenfon Leader of recent date
^BLIBHEB EVERY FRIDAY
< From our Bogoler Correspondent.)
Eggs cost too much money in our town
the gross postal receipts for the says:-. “The Mongolian pheasants
three years past have exceeded are sheading out over the valley to
1 be thrown away.
Governor Hill, oftNew York, says ,
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per annum. The cost of the and are now plentiful, They can | Our singing class closed Friday. All
got something to eat but Joe.
he is not a candidate for the preai- > building is in no<case to exceed
be seen in the fields from the road,
The republicans nominated J. E. Swan
325,000, and the cost of the site is and axe conspicuous by reason of ,
FBAKK S. HARDING.
sen for justice and D. O. Stevenson for
ingly head the New York delega not to exceed $5,000. /
their bright plumage. IF they in- < constable.
tion at St. Louis for the renomina
Senator Voorhees has made a crease for a few-years longer with
Mr. Collins has rented his shop for one
tion of Mr. Cleveland. There is speech on the presidents message
wryear. In advance................. .M 00
dv“'*............. .. 1 *
as much rapidity- as within the past year to a Mr. Blood, and one more fam
nothing new iia this, but perhaps it in which he paid his respects to
two years, there will be a bounty on ily
: will be added to Carlton.
LSTithepoetoffice in Lafayette, may satisfy that small c I ssb of
If any one had thrown a rock into our
Senator Ingalls for the latter’s re their scalps.”
second class matter.
democrats who have been trying to cent attack on -Generals McClellan
office yesterday they could have bit three -
The Oregonian- copied the article ' candidates for official honors.
make it appear that Governor Hill and Hancock. He reviewed the
and added: “TTtere need be no
Our school .is getting along splendidly ■
was bitterly opposed to Mr. Cleve services of the two generals during
fear about', these birds increasing under the care of Agnes Sweet. She
the war, and dwelt upon the injus after the law ceases to proteet them. seems to be the teacher for our school.
............. Grover Cleveland’
The examination of employes of tice with which McClellan was
Their bright plumage will make
We were visited yesterday by a real
the government printing office by treated becaflSe he was a democrat.
them easy victim* to the hunter, ■ editor and an ex-editor. Have not
the congressional committee en He then reviewed the reconstruction
¡2 If Navi V-........... -... W.C- Whitney
and we all know that death loves a missed anything yet. Call again gentle
gLossera!.................. Don M. Dickinson gaged in investigating that, estab
........................... A. H, GMtiand*
I was mistaken last week in saying our.
lican administration of southern
These birds are in fact fast be doctor was going to Texas, be is going to
never told of the enormous quantity state governments.. He justified
coming a nuisance, andlat the rate New Mexico. You see our doctors alb
. ............................ •...........) J..N. Dolph
jof private work that was done there the ' south for refusing to affiliate
Lgfctfr«............................ Binger Hermann*
they multiply will, before the law, have their weather eye on Mexico.
¡for republican officials and friends with the republican party, saying,
expires, be a much greater nuisance,
We have three stores and one con
.............. Sylvester Pennoyer« of the republican public printer.
as well might the frontier settle and as the Leader rightly remarks, fectionery in our town now, and if we
--.... ........ Gru*
........... G. W. Webb The taxpayers of the country were ments be
expected to welcome “There will be a bounty on their had some more houses to rent it would
,...E* K McElroy thus robbed of many thousand dol
........ Frank Baker
of tomahawks and scalps. The law expires in 1891, be a good investment. A house costing
three hundred dollars can be rented all
(,W. W, Thayer,. lars.
scalping knives. He said he could then I would be pleased to entertain the time for four dollars a month.
,. 4 Wm. P. Lord,
. ('B. 8. Stiahan.
tion this one has made a large see nothing to wonder at in the
the Oregonian’e crack shot at my
Married.—At the residence of the bride,
amount of good democratic cam 75,000 democratic majority given
farm near Corvallis for a few days, at Carlton, H. M. McCutcheon to Sarah"
...................... t....R. P. Boise
...................... Geo. W. Belt
in Louisiana but a few days ago. that he may try his hand at bagging Chamberlain. Thus one by one the boys
............... ... .. .W. L. Bradshaw
For a time it looked as- though These people were alarmed at.the
a few of the bright plumaged beau are plucked from the path of loneliness to
sail on the sea of matrimony in the com
L.Longliarv the republicans intended .to make possibility of a return to power of
ties; he would then be better able to pany of a blushing bride. May health
..........Geo.« W. Dried well
...^fr..«........ T.J. Harrhr ittouble over thQ/discussiom of the the party and men who had robbed
judge how easy they become “the and prosperity go with them and their
. W.W. Nelson Mills tariff bill, but their * dis
them, and left them overburdened victims of the hunter.”
little responsibilities through life.
....J. D. Fenton cretion and good sense prevailed
* H awk -E yb .
with debt. His only wonder was
The “China” as they are famil
J George Doraey
and an agreement was made to de that the vote was not unanimous.
mote twenty days to general discus
Ha then spoke pf the prosperity shrewdest game- bird I know of.
— May 7, 1888.
Thonins Huston sion, exclusive of night sessions.
of the south under democratic rule, You may depend upon it if they
M J Kamaey
is taking" music les
‘‘■nry Hopkins Thi| will give all the time for full and closed his speech with the pre
see you first, whioh they are sure to sons at Salem.
,E. Carpenter and free discussion of the measure diction that the
verdict of the do in ninety-nine oases (flit of a hun
We had a flue shower last week, which,
...B W Dunn
American people in November next dred, you will not see them until was very acceptable.
W. W. Nelson
also agreed to divide the time would be that there had been hon
Rev. Martin Cook held divine services
TMt LAW OF NEWSPAPERS.
they fly up under your: nose and
■kscri ers who do not give express no- equally between the democratic and est, capable government for the last;
Sunday at Middleton.
tbe contrary are considered as wishing
four years, and that it should be ing at Him or her, as the case may
Born.—To the wife of Geo. Ramsey,
tiiine their tubacripttona.
^$abr*ribers order the discontinuance of
The democratic leaders hope to continued.
April 29th, a fine son.
ariodicals the pnblishera may continue to
be. They can hide where a quail
|$a aotil nil arrears are paid»
H get a final vote on the bilLby the
Peter Christenson is putting up a liv- ■
cannot and outran the average dog.
f Mbftribers neglect to or refuse to take
ery stable out at the depot.
(ariodijc»»!« from tl e office to which thev 5th of June, the date of meeting of
They have onljy one failing in the
Ml «ree(ed. they are held reaponaible
F. A. Olds and Melvin Chase, cf Mid
By have settled their hili an* ordered the St. Louis Convention,.but the
To citizens of the Pacific states hunter’s favor, that is their slow dleton, were here last Sunday.
rMbscribera move to other plaees with-
during the past week, and reported flight. A good wing shot, I should
Wild strawberries are very delicious,
[ormintf the publisher, ami the papers are bills is such, to say nothing of some
expressly for this paper by C. A. judge, would be able to get one or nowadays, with Bugar and cream.
i the former direction, they are he d
other measures in which many Snow <fc Co., patent lawyers* oppos
two out of five or-aix, probably.
Dr. Rowland, of Salem, gave a good,
h* courts have decided that refusing to
members are interested, that it is ite U. S. Patent1 office, Washington:
teriodioald from tile office or removing
lectnre at the academy last Friday, on,
Bring them uncalled fbr is prinm facie extremely doubtful.. Besides, if the
Oregon—H. C. Stickney, Port plumaged,,the females being nearly his trip to Palestine.
he of intentional fraud1«*
m postnaRter who neglects to give the republicans should feel disposed to
There was a large crowd out Saturday
land, truss; J. B. ButenscHon, Port the color- of the grouse—a shade
iotiee of the neglect of a person to take
be office the paper addressed to him, is -put obstacles in the way, it will be
to the sale of the estate of C. W. Tolson,,
11 m to the publisher for the subscription
impossible to have’ the question Philomath, stump extractor. Cali similiar to a young rooster making and things sold well.
Rev. E. C. Siler, of Indiana, preached'
settled by that date. However, fornia—H. Palmer, San'HStancisco, his first attempt, and in company
there can be no harm: in hoping bottle washing machine; IP. Hiller, with his usual two or three females a good sermon Sunday at Friends’
church. He will be here next Saturday
■ »ill b. hold at tka foliowlag t «ne«
H b, th« M. E. patOr In obarg«, of tbe until the last.
and Sunday to attend quarterly meeting.
A number of strong revenue re G. Brown, San Francisco, protect quinker and getaway with it faster
The Y. W. C. T. U. gave a festival last’
>d*,—11 a. m. West Chehalem; 3 p.
form speeches have been made in ing piles; G. W. Arper, Oakland, than anybody. A full grown male Friday evening, to raise money to send-
l*r— LafayeUe, morning and evenin«.
their delegates to the State W. C. T. D.
dar—II a. m. Pike achool houae; Hat- the house this week in> favor of the
siphon; J. C. Reynolds, Stockton, “China” can reach up and gobble a
«aug pravioas, at Anderaon'a »cbool
Mills bill, notably one by Represen header and thrasher; E. Hickman, head of wheat without jumping. convention, and they cleared about *18.
Everybody seemed to enjoy it.
•day—It a. m. Carlton; 1 p. m.----------
i. Ufaydta. Preaobar in Charge.
- tative McMillin, ofi Tennessee,, in Red Bluff, running gear; J. Hether Thus, you see;,us poor farmers are
The closing exercises last Friday at
which he taunted the republicans ington, Hayward, trousers ar over raising and fattening these fowls
the academy were very good. A fine’
aarrkes wf l be condoeted by Re».
with having nothing to offer as a alls.
' the rreabrterian chumb, •• followa:
for the benefit of the sportsmen in basket dinner was given, and' all re
>b«üi Waanh iSbnrti ac Ranyetu.
substitute for the measure.
towns, for we Have no time to hunt turned home well pleased. Following is’
Ith Babbatha at Zana.
ibatb at MeCoy. All cordiatly Inrtted.
The Texas delegation in congress
at the time of the year the law the programme:
called at the White house on Tues The following deeds were recorded dur-, allow» My place is this spring the Essay, Punctuality Eyc’ia_E. WakhburrV
Essay, Order.......... Hattie B. Churchman
J. Burt Moose,
day and pres6nted.au invitation to ing the week ending May 5, 1888:
for six male Oration, Education
the president and Mrs. Cleveland-to Emily J. Snelling to George Squire, 1*4 “Chinas” and'their harems, and ac
acres in McMinnville; *350. ,
IYSICIAÌ AND SURGEON,
attend the dedication of the. new Prince W. Todd and wife to M. A. cording to the- rapidity with which Oration. Damascus.......... Eugene Samms
Oration, Distribution of the Human Fam
state capital at Austin. The cere Hartman, lots 3 and 4, block 7, Newby's they increase they will be plentiful
ily.................... Warren L. Robertson
Essay, Opening the Mail.
.... ... .
monies are to extend from May 14th third addition to McMinnville; *300.
this fall. It is believed they raise
................................... Minnie V. Hoskins
fi.J. C. MICHAUX,
to 19th. As yet the invitation has Roscoe Harding to A. M. Brown, 9» two settings at year, but nothing
L afayette , O regon -
neither been accepted nor declined. 80-103 acres in section 12, t 5 s, r 5 w. authentic has yet been given on Essay, Habits.,.................... Lilly V. Smith
Oration, Influence of Steam
l»aaetin experience of nine year* The president wants to go, but> does
Walter O. Robertson
John Bennett and wife to’ A. M. that paint. This, Mr. Editor, is
Essav, Tbe Chinese . Laura T. Brutacher
pwnwes to the people oi I-afayette 1 not know thatihe can take the time.
Brown, 320 sores in t 5 », r 4 and 5 w, only one farmer’s opinion upon the
Secretary Fairchild is opposed to *200; quit claim.
Oration, Our Coming President.................
subjeok of the “China” pheasant.
........................................... Katie Holston
the bill which' provides for issuing Wm. A. Frakes to W. C. M. Frakes,
Oration, Rome was not Built in a Day,.
F- O. Stepixöixs,
paper fractional currency, which 160 acres, section 19, t 2 s, r 3 w; *3,200!
..................... Tad J. Hoover
Work on our $90,000 court house
J. T. Watson and wife to John Baxter,
Oration, What We Live For..............
has been passed by the house and
is progressing slowly but surely.
........................................... Veda Haworth
lot 143 in Dayton; »700.
is now before the senate. He says
Presentation of Certificates.
it is entirely too expensive. The
but the recent showers were re Address, Teachings of Palestine ...
expense of production and the loss I wish to say to the voters of Yamhill
Dr. Rowland, A. M., Ph. D., F. R. 8.
ceived with great rejoicing.
caused by destruction of the notes
»(rateivi ,toek of witchoa, oloeki,
will make it Cost as much to main
W« »yetticiM and Milo ktaoprecedent-
DeLessepe has spent $4,000,000
not an able-bodied man, I trust you will
tain a given Average, as the entire see the justice in giving me your votes at the many candidates are ownspiop annually for pushing his schemes
ous by the inward working of the
Clotk« and Jewelry repairing • epee- face talue of the currency will be.
the coming June election. Yours respect
“V-All werk warrauiid.
by means of printers’ ink, princi
index finger. More anon.
The senate committee on post- fully,
J ac O^ B. S mith ,
T. A. D.‘
pally on the- press of Faria.
offices has favorably reported a.bill
t . c, S tephens .
taker and Jeweler,