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About The Oregon register. (Lafayette, Yamhill County, Or.) 18??-1889 | View Entire Issue (July 13, 1888)
F kank S. H arding , P ublisher .
DR. G. H. SMITH,
It is almost the same thing.
THE BEST AND BIGGEST
A mong the writer» will be:
The Irish World, which sup WALTER BESANT, THE DUCHES8,
WILKIE COLLINS, MRS ALEXANDER,
ported Blaine four years ago, and ROBT BUBHANAN, JOHN 8 WINTER,
r- the editor of which was in the Chi R L STEVENSON, HENRY WOOD,
M E BRADDON,
cago convention, working
for B L FARJEON,
Blaine’s nomination, has come out THOS HARDY,
,rfor Cleveland, alleging as its ex JUL HAWTHORNE, MARY CECIL HAY,
BERTHA M QfcAY,
clue for a change of base, Hai- EMILE GABORIAU, ANNIE EDWARDS,
rison’s Chinese and labor record. JULES VERNE,
F C PHILLIPS.
It publishes the names of fourteen WM BLACK,
labor organs which supported
These novel» will be the latest works
Blaine four years ago, that have al of the best writers as they are publish
ed—the books which every one is talk
so come out for Cleveland.
ing about. Nothing but-the very best
The following is a part of Harri will be admitted to the World’s stand
son’s Chinese record; Congressional ard library of fiction.
TMt Library of Fiction Will Ro guppllod to Sub
Globe, vol 13, p 3,411,1882* - m
,■ The Page bill of 1882, the present
No Extra Cool«« Will Bo PainM.
restriction act, contained the fol No back Number« Can Be Furnlihed end No Single
Copie« Will Be Sold.
It You With the Series Complete.
That hereafter no state court or
SUBSCRIBE AT ONCE.
'court of the United States shall ad
mit Chinese to citizenship, and all One Year (52 numbers) $1;
laws in conflct with this are hpreby
6 Months (26 numbers) 50c.,
3 Months ..(13 numbers) 25c.
Mr. Edmunds moved to strike
out that section and substitute the
Nothing in this acCshall be con
strued to change the existing na-
iuralization lawB so as to admit
Chinese to citizenship.
The effect of that would have
Get Good Photographs will
been to leave the naturalization A Chance to Soon
laws as they were. Uuder those
We, the'Undersigned, will bean I^fay-
laws eastern judges were naturaliz ette on or about July 9th. to remain a
ing Chinamen all the time. Every short time. All are cordii.lly invited to
call and examine our work, prices, etc.'
one of those Chinaman had, and
Our SPECIALTY is our instantaneous
has now, the right to come to Ore pictures of children and the remarkable
obtained. Our prices are scaled
gon with his papers and vote. The to the lowest
point at which good work
amendment was recognized on all can be delivered, and. we intend that’our
shall only pay for what they re
sides as a flank movement to de patrons
ceive and no more. Yours truly,
feat legislation forbidding Chinese
FRITZ & CROSLEY,
Forest Grove, Or.
naturalization. The six Pacific
coast senators voted solidly against
it. The pro-Chinese contingent,
Hawley, Dawes, Harrison and the
rest, voted solidly in its favor.
THE WORLD,. New York.
We Are Coming.
University of Oregon
B orn .—Near Lafayette, July 7, 1888,
Next session be tins on Monday the
to tue wife of S. D. Bryan, a daughter; 17th of September, 1888. w'., ■
weight, eight pounds.
Free scholarships from every county in
N otice to D ebtors .—The copartner the state. Apply to your County Super
ship heretofore existing between Dr. G. intendent.
W. Goucher anu Dr. G. II. Smith, at
rocs courses :
Amity, has been dissolved by mutual
Classical, Scientific, Literary, and a
■consent. The accounts of the late firm short English Course in which there is
have been placed in the hands of B. H. no Latin, Greek, French or German.
Springer, of Amity, for collection. Parties
The English is pre-eminently a Business
knowing themselves indebted to the firm
will please take notice.
For catalogues cr other information,
J. W. JOHNSON,
HIs Buaineas Booming.
thing has caused such a
Hie trade ia simply
enormous in thia very valnable article from the
fact that it always cores and never dtoappotnta
<1. J. Hembree, Proprietor.
Cough», eelda. aathma. bronchitis, croup. and
an throat and lung diaeaaee quickly cored.
I am prepared to give good aceomn odation on
short notic*, to persona wiah.ng
backs connects with the daily trains
to carry raeeengww-« to swd iron the depot.
Yon can test it before buying by getting a trial
Every bottle war
_ __ a-
To go for Foot wear
in Yamhill County.
Harris & Haney.
Stoves and tee!
Which is now offered to the People of
At Prices that defy Competition. *
Dress Goods, Clothing, Gents’,,Furnishing Goods, aid
Complete Stock of General Merchandise, of
Every Description, in YamhHI Co. '
Hard.tX7are of all KZlndLs Irept in j
Highest Prices Paid for Farm Produce of
We respectfully invite all to come and examine our goods and M
before purchasing elsewhere.
M c M innville national
First N ationai
m ’MINNVILLE, OREGON.
R. P. UNGERMAN,
as just received a large and
weileekcted stock ot 8tpT*s and Tin
ware, and proposes to sell cheaper than
house In the county» Everything kept on hand,
and repairing dote satisfactorly. aud without
O regon .
L afayette ,
----- or M’Mnnrvnj. a
Transact» a General Banking Bu»ine«a.
President.......................... ,t J. W. COWLS
Vice President............. LEE LAUGHLIN
Cashier.'......................... CLARK BRALY
R. P. BIRD.................. X
J no . WORTMAN
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Trenaacte a general Buklu i
poeiu received »object to cjLk
Sell» exchange on Portland, San Francisco exchange and tilegraphle
York, San Franoisco and
and New York.
June 21. ly.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
Office hours from 9 a m to 4 p m.
W. I; WEST)
- DEALER IN—
DRY GOODS !
We keep constantly on hand.......
.A. ILarg-e Stoclc of
Men s. Boys’ and Youths’
Highest possible prices paid
for all kinds of fur.n produce.
The Lafayette Flouring Mil)
runs on full time until further
SUITER i DANIEL
Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps,
And - GROCERIES.
• ■ ■ .........
In fact almost
Dear to tlie Feminine heart, and
Purchase Anything ’
Drug or Notion Line
TILL YOU HAVE CALLD ON
Geo. W. Burt
Picture Frames, -
Small Parlor :
is a warrant in itself of Fair Treatment
and Square Dealing. Our
Qnrintr QtnnL Is now in and we IN STOCK.
Oprillg «lOUR invitejutendingpur
chasers to give us a call and PrnrillDQ
examine our goods a prises. I I UUULC
taken in exchange for goods, for which
we will pay all the market will justify.
Oregon. FEED AND SAL#
T. B NELSON. R .
Farm for Sa,le.
Acres of good land about
two miles northwest from*
Dundee, in Yatnhill coun
ty, on tlie 1'. & W. V. R.
R. All under fenpe, well
_ watered. Said tract can
be divided into two farms of 480 acres
in one and 350 in the other; will sell ei
ther separate, or both together. There is
a barn and house on each. Said place be
ing known as the Oliver Moore donation
land claim. TERMS: $1O per acre.
One-third down, and balance on time to
suit the purchaser, secured by a mortgage
on the land ; said balance to bear 7 per
cent interest For fuither particular« en
X7Z. Xu. Bra.djalxa.-vr,
I am prepared to faraid
SADOLE HORN IN
and everything in the L’veryhirein
andon abort notice.
Transient stock left with me will I
beat of care and attention.
Good and careful dr:veree«F
. ill find itay stable 01 JL
between Second and Tint
Re;*, 11, *85.
J. M. Kelty,
- - Ofjn..
.......... Dealer in....... .
DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS.
W. jnake a specialty of printing Bill Heads, , Soaps, Combs and Brushes, Trusses. Suppor
ters, Shoulder Braces Fancy and Toilet Articles
Btatementa, Receipts, of all
and Stationary, Clock
kinds, Bal Invitation*. Programmes. Business B?oks
Osrts Ca-Hng est*, Envelopes. Posters (nd “ Plated and Gold Jewelry
Patent Medicines, etc.. Family Medicines.
all kinds of work done in a first- lass office.
Parlor, Office and
At Bedrock Prices^ Undertaker’s
And all frcm One Firm, whose name
Keeps co n ffit n ttr m -.»y|
meat of Furniture of every fa
Antique Bedroom sek
Walnut Center tablet.
To man, woman or child can be procured
We try to act square, good people don’t
stare,"nor think that we care that compet
itors blare. We treat the world fair and
carry an air of conviction, you’ll swear,
when yon visit
us where our
store shows the
gains to spare.
Our goods al-
CJ<ATT A ■DT? I wava fresh, all
Olqi U XXXtJLl! «ure, and all the
best our profits
are bare; »e al
ways will dare,
our stock tocom-
pare with all
who dispair of
.trying to bear a
candle in air to
the fair, honest
efforts of mer
chants who deal
on the Square.
XA'v-ersr Sta,"ble JOB
m&ny free trial boules of Dr. King'a New Die
bottle free, large .site »1
Carlton and viciai
On the North American Continent.
A POPULAR NOVEL
store as hie giving away to hie customer» nt so
where G«U. Youths and Bova can find any-
hing In boot, and ehoe« that yoo want: and
prams as low aa you ar. paying f r poor^haap
goods that von have u> throw away before yon
gat them wall broke to your foot. Il is .the beat
No Cut Rates;
In the postoffice at Concord, N.
H., the postmaster found a pouch 12 Large Pages and 84 Long Columns.
the other day that had been lost for
-nineteen years, and which contained
one hundred and nineteen letters for PUBUSHED IN AND GIVEN WITH
EACH ISSUE OF THE WEEK
that city. There were three regis
tered letters within with money in
Beginning Aug. 1, and continuing there
them, and their non-receipt had up after, The World will print with each ie-
eue a complete morel by a popular author.
set half a dozen offices. "•
general revival of trade at J. M. Kelly's drug
Is the Plaçe
If you have little folks you can
give them more pleasure by getting
Our Little Men and Women, than in
apy way we koow of. It is full of
pictures, short stories and pretty
verses. $1.00 hy ' the year; single
copy 10 cents; Dtl Lothrop Company,
Having Just returned from the EAST with a Mammon
IF Y00 WANT THE EARTH
The republican papers complain
because Thurman’s fi^rst name, Al
les, is sometimes spelled with an a.
However, they are mixed on Har
rison’s name, going all the way
from B. E. to B. H., when his name No Premiums;
is only B. Harrison.
No Special Offers
cevery for eona.inption.
It csrries the
Best Fitting Goods
The Lakeview Examiner says
that “Uncle Joe” Lane, an old-time
democrat, and son of Gen. Joe Lane,
haa applied for the office of receiver
in the Harney land office.
Are now receiving
PHYSICIAN ANO SURGEON,
FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1888.
* Probably no one
New Storef New
The Lafayette Shoe Storel
The Oregon ISeglster
Mad. by a new prooew,
Prepared »n such a way that d|
preference to green
cans sold laat year- Ask y<w
er for it, and taae other1-
Subscribe for the
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