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About The Oregon register. (Lafayette, Yamhill County, Or.) 18??-1889 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 31, 1888)
“ A GOVERNMENT OF THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPI^, AND BY THE PEOPLE.”
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., LAFAYETTE, YAMHILL COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 31,1888.
The Mills bill put grain bags oh
vent competition in^the manufac
ture, making sales Or purchase of the free list. But, Oregon farmers,
(From our Regular Cerreupondent.)
pcblished every frjd . y
merchandise or commodities; fourth, don’t you vote for Cleveland and
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W ashington , August 17, 1888.., to create a monopoly.” John Sher tariff reform because Mr. Drexler,
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Representative Mills left here to man thinks that congress has no the owner of the California grain
day for West Virginia to make tar constitutional power to pass such a bag factory, could not afford his Isn’t it about time for the consum
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iff. reform speeches. From there ’ law. If Sherman is right, the sooner Chinese employees more than half ers to do something in the trust
FRANK S. HARDING.
he goes to New Jersey and thence the constiution is amekd^d the bet their customary wages if hie bags business themselves? — Pittsburg
to the Northwest. He says he pro ter, but k don’t' believd he’s right. brought pnly five cents apiece. In Commercial ( Rep).
The proprietors of trusts agreo
poses to talk tariff reform to the If congress had power to make the stead of that cast your ballot for
.irgriw. in advance................... $2 00
Col. Garrison and, if grain bags do with Mr. Blaine in saying that they
ou,, su mouths lu advaca........ 1 00 people in their homes from now un- inter'-state commerce law, it -has
cost ten cents apiece, whisky will are “private affairs.” Conspiracies
I til election day. He is absolutely power to prohibit trusts.
tered at the- postoffico at Lafayette, certain that Cleveland and Thur
Representative Thomas, of Illi be reduced to five cents a glass and of all sorts are “private affairs” ac
>n, as second-class matter.
man will be elected.
nois, his prepared an original de you will be none the loser. That is cording to the views of the conspir
the logic of the Chicago platform.— ators. But those who are conspired-
sign for a war vessel.
against hold quite another opinion
why the republican senators oppose
of the matter.— Chicago News, (Ind).
the fisheries treaty, bore down on ly an all night caucus Wednesday
A natural soap well has been dis
dent.................................. Grover Cleveland
the New England brethern in a on the tariff bill. It is understood covered 68 miles west of Buffalo
And now comes the lumber, trust
ftarrofSta’e.................... Thos. F. Bayard
itirj of Treasury............... Cl:aa. 8. Fairchild
gobbles up all the good tiinber
that there are still wide differences Gap, Dakota. The Boap is skimmed
ury of thf Interior... .... ... W. F, Vilas
ttarv of War .
................ Kin. 0. Kndic tt
'Northwest. The 'popular
from a boiling spring and hardens
t.rv or --------------
.Don M. Dickinson that section.
barroom sign, “No Trust,” will
• ''A. II. Gatland
b , y General----- -
Ex-Senator McDonald, of Indi ber.
Melville W. Fuller
t àstice............ -
soft clay, and can be gathered with probably be the campaign motto
ana, is in this city. In answer to a
Of aTI the • farces ever enacted in a shovel, and is supposed to be a four years hence. We can’t even
j J. H. Mitchell question he
said: “Things look this city the Bo-called national con mixture of alkali, borax and the take to the woods and escape the
Ion*...... . • • ■ ....................... I J. N. Dolph
..................... Biuger Hermann very favorable for the democrats.
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vention of the American party was lubricating oil found in many parts ( claws of monopoly.— Memphis Ara-
the broadest. »Only three or four of Wyoming. A sample has been lanch, (Ind).
ruor........................... • - .Sylvester Pennoyer
iuiv ...... %...........................Geo. W. McBride
Indiana going democratic. Condi-' states were represented by bona tested, by^i promine n t C hica go s o a p
If Mr. Blaine is correct in hie as-----
qirer- . ■
....................... . G. W. Wrbb
I fide delegates, the rest were self-ap manufacturer, and he reported the sertion
Public Instruction.........Ë, B. McElroy "tions are very favorable to us.
that they (the trusts).are
Printer................................ .. Frank Baker
thinkshall carry the state by a pointed. This gathering actually discovery worth the full weight of private affairs with which the gov
( W. W. Thayer
.................... •: Wm. P. Lord
good majority. The canvass is go had the cheek to nominate a ticket the manufactured article.
ernment has no right to-interfere,
( K. 8. btiahan
ing on, but this is the heated term, and formulate a platform of princi
then most oertainly the government
One of the recent pension vetoes has no rig|jt to bolster them up and
K. P. Boise and things are a little quiet.
Mr. ples. They nominate Jas. L. Cur-.
H. H. Hewitt
Harrison has not been able to arouse tis, of New York, for president, and of President Cleveland was on the befriend them, and should step
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much enthusiasm. .Very little has Jas. N. Greer, of Tennessee, for ground, whieh clearly appeared in down and out from its partnership
............. L. T.ougliary
the evidence, that the ex-soldier with them by withdrawing its tariff
been accomplished by those recep-1 vice-president.
......... J. W. Hobbg
............ T. J. Hairi«
had deserted twice, and the last pwtection.-Chicago Tribune (Rep).
....... P. P. Gut.-«
...... ..THE MORMON" FUGITIVE.
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| Certainly heXBlaine) is the first
...............F. M . York
A Topeka, Kansas, dispatch of
Representative Matson, the demo
prominent politician of either party
I D. B. Kingttry
| 8. Bruise her
cratic candidate for governor of In the 26th inst., saysr “George Q. Yet this had gone through congress who has had the temerity to defend
diana, says he will stump the state Cannon, the well-known Mormon along with others, when pension these illegitimate and monopolistic
| John Thompson
i Thotua« Huston in company with
Representative leader, who is a fugitive from jus bills were being passed at the rate combinations, and certainly also he
I of Trustees ... .
. . M. J. Rainaey
of two per minute. We don’t
| Henry Hopkins Hovey, his republican competitor, tice, being wanted for a violation of
is losing the republican party thou-
[Z - E. Perkin«•
really see anything unpatriotic in
............. E Carpenter
ai . L.
^É^LÂ.evejy --- tune
........B. W. Dunn cussions.
dfty' for the past three days, secreted vetoing this sort, of" a bill. -^East
as he did at Portland last night.—
......... W. W. Nelson
Representative Campbell has in ■in the house of an old acquaintance.
Philadelphia Telegraph, (Ind. Rep).
THE LAW OF NKWSl’APFRfl.
troduced a bill in. the house, provid His presence is explained by the
When Thomas Nast was in Port The managers of the Harrison
S'lbncrl era who do npt gj,vL expre«« no-
¡ollie C‘>iiii4*rv are conFiiftredCas wishing ing an annual pension of $5,000 for arrival last evening from the west land the Oregonian lauded him to
campaign are more than ever anx
nti'ine their bubacriptioii«.
of three women. They were met (he skies, because, being a consist
■If '«ubg^riber« order the discontinuance of Mrs. Sheridan.
ious tomuzzfevMr. BlaftiB 'since his
fer Ldicah tlu» pttblinher« may uuiitlrtnc to
It seems A little queer to see a
ent republican, he would not prosti defense of trusts at Portland. But
them until all arrears are paid.
detachment, of his tute (?) his pencil in caricaturing
Il «ubhcriherB neglect to or refuse fo take democrat in command o^lhe^l^py, evidently a
they remember the fable of the
periodic»la from tie office to which they
Democrats are al- wives, for he embraced them one Blaine. Will that consistent paper mice who resolved to “bell the cat.”
been directed, they are held reapoiiRible but it’s alright.
her have settled their bill anH ordered
ys competent to fillthe highest after the other. The quartette then now give the same little artist credit There is nobody big and daring
If subscriber*« move to other
and it is only a'question of took a carriage and proceeded to a for honesty in the assertion he enough to “clap a muzzle on
iforaitu the publisher, and the papers a
io the former direction; they are he d time when they will fill them all. private residence, where they re
makes that he is a Cleveland man Blaine,” as Quay was reported as
Th-courts haV» decided that refusing to By the way, a movement has al mained in doors during the after from principle, and will use bis pen
wishing to do.— N. Y. World, (Dem).
jtfxiodicuU from the office or removing
noon and evening, but late last cil for the democracy in the New
taring them uncalled for is prima facie ready been started to have congress
He "Either has not read the plat
¡nee of intention« 1 fraud.
night they took the Santa Fe train York Graphic, beginning August
The postmaster who neglect« to give the promote General Schofield to lieu
he is insane, or he purposely
for the west. It is supposed they 12th?— Welcome.
notice of the nevlect of a person to take tenant general.
the office the paper addreaaed to him, is
stab Gen. Harrison. It is
mho to the publisher lor the subscription
At a caucus of democratic sena were bound for the land of Zunis,
that he hasn’t read the
Mr. Blaine’s .friend, Carnegie,
te^ held Wednesday, it was de
platform. No one who heard him
cided that no obstructive tactics
chased a large tract of land for the sition to reduce the tariff on steel sjieak would say he is insane. To
‘vices will be held at the following t rtiea would be used to prevent the repub
my mind the third explanation is
'Ife» by the M. E. pastor in charge of the
licans rejecting the fisheries treaty. occupancy of the Mormons. It was rails. And well he may! His sin
correct one. I heard the Port
fanday—11 a. m. West Chehalem: 3 p.
gle share of profits under the pres
The senate committee on epidem
speech myself. I was sur
Snfolay—Lafayette, morning and evening. ic diseases reported adversely Mr. in Mexico all the time, but he sent tariff rates was $1,500,000 in
when I noticed how quickly
Sunday—II a m. Pike school honse: Nat-
stated before his departure he had one year. That’s the kind of labor
reveuing previous, at Andersou’s school McCall’s bill to pay for property
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5inday— H a. m Carlton; 3 p. m.------— destroyed in'stamplngout veHoW
i. m Lafayrite. PrfiMhfit io charge.------ fever.
AH the money necessary
HB if he was in a hurry to > '
i“ei¥ivices wi I be conducted by Rev.
bor of Europe.” Let ’em shake.—-
*unage, WWil into as
Hte Prppb rtertAl> chTTrcK, as follow«: “appropriation made by last cqn-
Senator John H. Reagan, of Tex
^abhatli of each month at Lafayette,
it upon the crowd.— A Bos.
ind 4 th Sabbaths at Zena.
gres8, for the suppression of- epi as, has the honor of being the first Boston Globe.
Sabbath at McCoy. All cordially invited.
demic diseases, and if nqcsfesary man to attack the trusts in congress.
Aluminum is coming into use as
Here are some facts in regard to
another appropriation will be made. Other men talk, but Reagan works; a material for dental plates. It is
J. Burt Moore,
pension legislation, taken from Rep
The delay in Mr. Cleveland’s let-' and he has drawn up and intro
nearly as light as rubber; but little
ter of acceptance is having a terrible duced in the United States senate more than one-eighth the weight of resentative McKinney's speech in
hysician and surgeon ,
effect on the republicans. Another a bill to suppress the robbing trusts. gol<}; has neither odor nor taste; is the house last Thursday: “During
week without it and some eff them John Sherman got up right away not affected by the elements of food the last three years of republican
will be put into.straight-jackets.
and said it was unconstitutional. or the secretions of the mouth, and administration, the total number of
The senate Chinese bill will prob That was expected of John. We costs, bulk for bulk, about one-sixth pension claims issued was 191,221.
>R.J. C. MICHAUX.
During three years of democratic ad •
ably be brought up in the house to know where he stands whenever the the present price of silver.
ministration, these claims amounted
morrow. There is no opposition fight between Capital and labor is
*p in active experience of nine years
359,454. The republican admin- *
his service« to the people ol Lafayette to it.
on. But, remember, John! the
Senator Reagan has introduced a trusts must go. It may take some of Illinois and one of the first ex istration in three years disbursed
for pensions $183,393,000. In three
bill to prevent the formation of time, but they’ll go, and so will you porters .of fine beef cattle to Eng years the democratic administration
DR. G. II. SMITH,
trusts. It defines a trust to be go out of the United States senate land, died at Mackinaw, Michigan, disbursed for the same purpose
“the combination Of capital or skill some of these days. Senator Rea Saturday morning. He was worth ♦217,399,000. The president dur
hysjcian and surgeon ,
ing his term has signed 1,264 pri
by two or more persons for the fol gan, while a member 6f the house, ♦2,000,000.
had the honor to be the father of
I vate pension , bills, as against 1,524 , ?
L afayette , O regon .
the inter-state commerce law. He.
The amount of taxable property signed by all the republicnn ipresi-*
carry out restrictions on trade; sec introduced that bill in congress
the O. & W. T. railroad in Uma- dents from Lincoln to Arthur.
▼Mfr ond, tyalimit, reduce, 6r to increase | twelve years ago, aiirfr nobly battled
(These are facts taken from the offi
the production or prices of merchan-1 for it until it became a law a year ■ tilla county is $132,000, according cial records which are open to all
I Ma tn *t
to the recently completed assessment. ¡ men.— Er.
dibe or commodities', third, to pre- i ago.— Pacific Farmer.
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