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“A GOVERNMENT OF THE REOI'LE, FOR THE PEOPLE, ^ND.BY THE PEOPLE.
LAFAYETTE, YAMHILL COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 20,1888.
GROVER CLEVELAND.' '
- and the Fourth waB a holiday, so
AN HONEST^ PUBLISHER.
(From oiu- Regular Cormpondr a».) .
(¡rover Cleveland, president of the
There are some queer things that
pCtfLlSflED EVERY FHJD a Y
Still considerable progress was made United States and the democratic will come to light "some day. Auth
W ashington , July 6, 1888.
The republicans of'the senate ju with the Mills bill, and it is now nominee for the next presidential ors are proverbially Becretive and
AYBTTEt . - - - -
diciary committee did a cowardly predicted by the members of the term, was born in Caldwell, Essex ’Sensitive, especially about the prices
thing when they reported the nomi ways and means committee that the county New Jersey, March 18, they get for their wares. I heard a
frank S. HARDING.
nation of Mr. Fuller to be chief jus tariff bill will be passed by the 1837. In 1840 his father, a Pres curious tale of this sort the other
tice of the United States, without house inside Of thirty days.U
byterian clergyman, removed to day. A publisher who poses as the
^UBSCRIITÌON bates .
Sepator Vest and Representatives Fayetteville, New York and again pink of honor received an offer of a
¡recommendation, to the senate.
Mills, Ford, Hooker, McCreary, to Clinton, where young Grover at story at what he might deem “a
munti!» In ndv»«-»............. » ot) They acknowledge, when spoken to
individually, that all the charges Shivley, Maish and Cummings tended the high school and studied reasonable price.” He telegraphed
riered at the ìtostoffice in Lafayette. against Mr. Fuller were entirely went to New York on the Fourth to industriously. Again the family for it to be sent on at once; pub
mu , as second elass matter.
without foundation, and yet, for po take part in Tammany’s grand ju moved, this time to Holland Patent, lished it in his journal with lavish
litical reasons, they refuse to join bilee and ratification meetipg.
fifteen miles north of Utica, where, commendation, and when the auth
the democrats of the committee in ' The president 'Spent the Fourth on the third Sunday of his arrival, or asked for pay, tendered the mag
at his desk working at the bills Mr. Cleveland, Sr., suddenly died. nificent sum of twenty-five dollars.
Graver Cleveland making a favorable report upon his
. .Thoft. F. Bayard nomination. If the republican sen which have been sent him by con The family was broken Up and
jtwy of State..........
■T'.vi nty-flve dollars!” exclaimed
.Chatj. 8. Fairchild
•Ury of Treasury...
..........W. F. Vila*
ators can, however, afford to take gress for approval.
young Grover went to NCw Y<p*k, the astounded author. “That is
itary ot the Interior.
.. Wm, C. Endic tt
|Ury of " ar .*.......
The senate added $912,000 to the where, for two years, he was an un less than fifty cents a thousand
...W.C. Whitney such a position before the country,
jury o( Navy .........
.Don M. Dickina<»n
river and harbor bill in the“Hliape der-teacher to the blind in an words It will not pay for copying
Mr. Fuller will be confirmed with of amendments and then passed it. asylum where Augustus Schell was at five cents a folio!”
“That may be,” said the good
a doubt, already four republican The total Amount appropriated by executive officer. He went to Buf-
U H Mitchell
ife........ ............................. j J. N. Iiu l ph—
t is $22,474,7 83.7?,-------------- ---- t- faio, entered th« office of Rogers, man who .was wont to boast of the
nenutlv« ...........................Binger Hermann
The letter carriers’ law cannot be Brown & Rogers as office boy with press as a great moral engine, “but
. Fry and Spooner—are known to be
............ .Sylvester Pennoyer willing to vote for bis confirmation. put into effect until congress passes the privilege to study. He was ad I could have gotten an English
Postmaster General Dickinson an appropriation to pay the extra mitted to practice in 1859. In 1863 story for nothing; so that is really
burer............ :......... ............G. W. Webb
... .E* B. McElroy
he waB appointed assistant district all it was worth—more, indeed, for
h’nW-L.. -.......... ... . - Flunk Baker has written a1 letter to Chairman men it will make necessary.
— (W. W. Thayer.
About five hundred .employes o£,'attorney of Erie county. In 1865 a thing is only worth what it costa
Blout of the house committee on
Imo Judge*................ .. J Wm. P. Lord,
.( R. 8. btiahan.
postoffices, in which he vigorously the navy department spent the he was defeated as democratic can to get another one as good.”
Fourth of July with their families didate for district attorney. In
For the honor of the craft, let it
........R. P. Boise opposes the' senate amendment to
.Geo. W. Belt the postoffice appropriation
at Grasslands, the country resi 11869 he became a member of the be said our author did not accept
\V, L. Bradshaw
known as the “subsidy amend dence, near this city, of Secretary law firm of .Lanning, Cleveland & the terms. He wrote a receipt in
........... L, Longharv
ment,” which-appvopriates $800;000 Whitney. They were furnished Folsom. In 1870 .he was elected full for on« cent, and gave it to the
Geo. W, Itriedweil
also sheriff oT Erie'county,' arid' in 1872^. great moral engineer. Since thfi*
J. Harris to provide nrorA efficient mail ser ‘-with-'
. . W, W. Nelson
... .Wyatt Hair rid vice between the United States and by their host whose munificent hos- he became a member of the law- ■ he has been engaged on a story en
.... ;J, l>. Fenton South America. 5 The postmaster pitality has passed into a proverb, firm afterward known as Cleveland titled “Captain Kydd, of the Brig
j George Dorsey
' i J. 8. Hil.bg
& Bissell. His subsequent career Bourgeois,” which will make Kydd .
general Says- ’ this legislation is here.
well known. He was elected immortal, If it does not materially
f John Thompson neither demanded nor required, and
At a recent meeting of the Med
; Tbomna H natou
of Buffalo in 1881, governor increase the author’s wealth.
ical Society of the county of New
I llenrv Hopkins the postqffice
It is to compel such men to fur
York in 1882,-and president
department have York, Dr. John C. Peters read a pa
nish good honest wares, instead of
--------- E Carpenter proved ifSequate to ■ afford citizens
per on “The Water Supply from the
................. B W D udii
............W. W. Nelson of the United States a mail service Croton Lake System/’ jn which he the 7th of June, 1888, lie was. re- . • adding to their profits stolen qnes,
equal to and in most cases superior stated- that the sewage created bv nominated by the democratic party that the Chance bill ought to be
THE LAW OF NKWSl*Al’HlS.
come a law.— Judge Tourgee, in The
8ub«cri era who do not give vxp.necB no to that of any nation in the world.
25,000 people, the largest ebndensed- as their candidate for the next
il die colit ary are considered as wishing
itinQe their Mibscriptions.
After showiyg that American steam mijk factory in the world, 10,000 presidency. In June, 1885, he American Magazine for July.
If soba'*riders order the discontinuance of
FLOATING HO m ’ e S IN CHINA.
peri 'ilicids the publishers may continue to ships are paid four times the rates cow A, 1,200 horses, 1,500 hogsand married Miss Folsom.
Uiew.ua til all arrears are paid.
If so b-cri hers neglect to or -refuse to take
At Canton, China, some 250,000
I periodic» Is from tl e oflire to which they to carry American mails, the post-
that body of water from which the the 4th of next Marc^unless he people live continuously upon boat»
teen directed. they are held responsible
Bev have settled their bill anH ordered i master general says:
“With great city of New York draws its water shall be re-elected for a second term. and many never step foot on shore
respect to the framers of the bill, I supply. While in former years the
Ifiu hut libers move to other places with
from one year’s end to another.
iformitw the publisher. and the papers are j do seriously object to that provision
Thames water used by London con
Io the... (ujmer direction, they are bed
The young children have a habit of
of the proposed legislation which tained five times as much bacteria , People who think that children continually falling overboard apd.
th“ courts have decided that refusing to
periodical«« from the office or removing : places the mail service at the mercy as Croton water, recent investiga
thus cause a great deal of trouble in
Mviiig them uncallad for is prima facie
of any individual or corporation. tion showed that in one cubic centi- their station in life, as well as effecting a rescue, while in many
pee of intentional fraud.
rhe postmaster who neglects to give the While, indeed, the subsidized lines
grown people, miss it by a long
mer New York water contained 526
tootice of the neglect of a person to take
ways. One day during the week instances this is impossible and a
the office the paper addressed to him, is might be compelled to carry the
bacteria, against 44 contained by
child is drowned. China is an
I also to the publisher for the subscription
mails, if tendered, yet, the depart London water. While, of course, this fact was clearly proven down over-populated country and the
ment should be independent, and the greater part of these were the along the river’s edge. A little Chinese have profited by thia
should be at all times enabled to common, harmless bacteria, still chap of six or eight summers—the drowning proclivity in reducing the
rices will be held at the followin'? t .mes
laces by the M. E. pastor in charge of the send the mails by the most expedi there was a large proportion capable unfortunate offspring -of a fallen
woman—was playing in the water surplus population. They attach
Sunday—11 a. m. West Cliehalem; 3 p. tious routes, and make use of the of producing disease; and he ex
near Arndt & Ferchen’s machine floats to the male children so that
kind ay—Lafayette, morning and evening. best facilities afforded for that pur pressed the opinion that a great deal
shops, when his mother called him. they can be fished out when they
Sunday—H a. m. Pike school bouse; 8at- pose from among all the carriers of
of the scarlet fever, diptheria and
tumble into the river. The females
eveuirig previous, at Anderson’s school
fering. The department should be other infectious diseases which pre Failing to respond to the call, the are without protection and are
Sunday-—11 a. m. Carlton; 3 p. m.--------
free to take advantage of all sail vailed in New York might be trace woman ¿ent a “rustler” to get the usually left to drown.— Philadelphia
I. m. Lafavelte. Preacher in charge.-*.
boy. The man took a stni and
ings, of increased facilities coming able to germs derived from the
Le services wi I be conducted by Rev.
started for the lad, when the little
from increased.business, of changes water supply.
I of the Presbvterian church, as follows:
THE BODY HAD PETRIFIED.
fellow waded out into the river up
pabbatli of each month at Lafayette.
for the better wrought by time ex
Rid 4th Sabbaths at Zena,
THE SALMON RUN.
to his arm-pits, saying as he did bo :
kbbath at McCoy. All cordially invited. tension of commerce and competi
The remains of Samuel Jones, a
The July run showed up alright “You’ll whip me, will you? well, prominent citizen of Warren, were
tion,<and should not be tied up for
J. Burt Moore,
a decade to single lines of commun yesterday and the day before, and I’ll fool you once.” Threats were disinterred at Good cemetery for
ication, unstimulatcd to improve some of the canneries presented an of no avail;, kind entreaties proved burial at the Masonic cemetery. It
IYS1CIAN AND SURGEON,
ment and progress by the^existence appearance similar to that of the futile; the boy seemed to have required the combined strength of
of a settled, inordinate arid certain paliiiy days of the salmon industry. mader up his mind to destroy him- six men to raise the coffin out of
income.” Since the postmaster At one cannery a reporter saw five self, and it was not until he went the grave. The box was opened,
R. J. C. MICHAUX.
general’s letter was written the boats come in, the lowest with 35 under the water and a young man when it was found the' body had
house of representatives has refused salmon and the highest with 66 and standing by plunged in and rescued petrified. The features were the
the others 36, 45 and 56 respective him that he was brought ashore. same as at his death, fifteen years
T tn active experience of nine years to concur in this amendment.
bm services to the people ot Lafayette
ly. Each boat had two or three This cold world if full of these un ago It is one of the most remark
heads igjiong the salmon, and fortunates, whose lives are under a i able cas.'S of petrification on record.
Fairchild this week, the treasury
of theM had a few salmon dark cloud, and feeling deeply their The cemetery is on high ground,
department has been ably presided
had become entangled situation had rather die than live the soil is dry and a yellow sand.—
over by. Assistant Secretary Thomp !
in the nets. The men who are and be looked upon with contempt Indianajtqlhi Journal.
The postmaster general has also seining on Desdemona sands are and scoffed at by all with whom
written another letter—one to the said to be catching great numbers , they cortie in contact. Such scenes Z-iTrery StaTole.
president—in which he makes a of fIRh. If the present run should ■ as this are sad in the extreme,
formal protest against the proposed ’ continue through the month the when looked at in their true light.
.1.’ J. Hembree, Proprietor.
HafiMcfasa stock of watches, cloche, extension of the classified civil ser- pack ‘will be about the same asja^t i Astoria Transcript.
f and ipectacles and sells at unprecedent-
I am prepared to give gooJraccofif« odltfoD oq
vice-to include the railway postal |year and the fishermen will have
notio*, to persons wish ng
For the past ten days Congress . short teams
P*» Clocks and Jewelry repTiring a spec- service. One day was wasted in ■ made more money than they have
I ialtjr—AH work warranted.
the house this week by filibustering j for the past two years. Astoria Pio-
harks connects with the daPy train«
but is now reported much better.
to carry paeseiigrr* to nti«l iron the depot*
pto tne a call.
against the Pacific railroads bill Ineer-
>e Oregon Register
tehmaker and Jeweler,
T. C. STEPHENS.