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About The Oregon register. (Lafayette, Yamhill County, Or.) 18??-1889 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 30, 1888)
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The San Francisco Examiner, the
leading democratic newspaper of
F rank S. H arding , U luli eher the Pacific coast in an editorial
heaAd “Let them come in,” says:
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1888. .'O^.of the duties that congress
Cannot put off much longer ¡c thij1
Tiie Oregon. ZFSeglster
bad system :* •^ 7"
lon of most of the remaining
REPUBLICANS MUST WAIT.
The Indianapolis Journal, which
/From our Regular Correspondent.)
is supposed to quote the sentiments
W ashington , N ov . 16, 1888.
of Aft, Harrison,gives the following:
Mr. Cleveland’s last annual mes
“Justice to the incoming president sage to congress is looked forward
demands that he should not be to with much interest here. I am
overwhelmed by office-seekers, his informed by a gentleman, who knows,
time consumed and his strength ex that it.will be a very short docu
hausted, Jo the exclusion of more ment, and that it will reiterate the
important matters. It is an un .main points of his celebrated tariff
seemly sight and a great* injustice message of last December.
to the president. Not only is rea
Secretary Fairchild has found it
sonable time required to do these necessary, owing to the impudence
things properly, but many of the of the jubilant, hold-over republican
desired changes cannot be made at clerks in the treasury department,
once. The tenure-of-office law and to issue an order forbidding the
the civil service law must be ob clerks in that department talking
served in spirit as well as in letter. politics.
Officials commissioned for four
I have been hunting ever since
years from the date of their ap Harrison was known to be elected
pointment, who are competent and for a Washington republican who
efficient and who have given no docs not expect to hold office under
cause for their removal, will probab the next administration. He has
ly be permitted to serve out theiri not yet been found, and it seems
terms. The new president cannot unlikely that he ever will be. If
be expected to make sweeping re the local republicans of this city
movals in such cases. At all events, are to get all of them, what is to be
those who do expect it will likely be come of the follows who did the
disappointed. As to classified de voting in the states?
partment clerkships and places em
The republican^ in the depart
braced in the civil-service law, ments here, who have been the
while they are subject to peremp loudest shoTiters for a non-partisan
tory removal, appointments to them civil service under the present ad
can only be made utfder the law.” ministration, are now vigorously
Notice is herehv given that nnder and by
virti^A-kf-Afi order of the eouutv court of Yam
hili 'pounty^Oregon, of date. November 9th,
1888,^ in the matter of the estate of Elm ma
Old*, deceased, the undersign d execDtur of
said estate will, on Monday, the
7th DAY OF J a NUAHY, A. D.. 18«9,
duly sell at public auction, for cash in baud, on
the premises, at th<$ hour ?»f 2 o’elook p m. of
said day, the folk-wing real estate of decedent,
An undivided ( -7) one-seventh intert st iu
all that portion ot the south half of the dona
tion land claim of Ruel O'ds and Elmina Olds
deceased, in Yamhill county, Oregon, notsofd^’
and said mieold po-tion containing about 19s
acres and beipg bounded as follows, to-wit:
Beginning at the southwest corner of a tract of
IsHd owned by Robert Steward, w'bicti'.is M S3-
l’O chaioH north of the southwest corner of the
d oh I-1 ion land claim of RnaLold* and Elmina
Olds, claim No. 70, notification 1.54H, iu I 3 s, r
♦ w, Yambi'l county. Oregon; thence east
along HOiiih boundary line of said Steward tract
22 04-100 chain* to its southeast corner; thence
north on eabt boundary of Steward tract 10 ü
100 chains to th • division line be twee” th»*
north and aou h halves of said claim; thence
east on paid division line 54 97 100chains io eiat
boundary of ctaijn; thence south on easi
boundary line of claim 9 76 100 chains to th«1
northeast corner^ MrAct now owned by F
Jemstedt; thenc«MresI^^ north boundary <d
said Jemate’lt tract 31 82^ 100 chains to its’
northwest corner; thence south 31 62H 10t 1
chains to south boundary of claim; thence I
west 45 99-100 chain* to southwest corner of
said claim; then* e north 31 3-1 lo0 chai'*» to the
place of ’beginning; containing 198 37-100 acres.
Deed at expense of purchaser.
Dated November I6th, 1*88.
W. D FENTGN,
H Executor of said Estate.
territories as as states.
Under this caption the Oregonian
has been treated from a. political
reviews the iniquities of our present
point of view too long. It is a sim
' • system of assessment and taxation,
ple question of justice, and no other
and ^ajrs: “In Oregon there are a
consideration should have any
great many men worth $20,000 and
weight. It is time to consider
upwards who pay little or no tax.
whether we may not at once get rid
If a man ia actually worth $250,000
of almost our whole territorial sys
' he may pay nothing, for his property 1
is assessed at only one-third or one- tem. Washington, Dakota, Mon-i
New Mexico, Arizona. Wyom
I have just received a Full and Complete Line of
fourth its vallfe, and he bas debts ( tana,
SHOES, guaranteed to be the best and cheapest
that make an-offset and wipe this
each, and they have re
in thé market ALSO—A full line of C. M. Hend r-
value completely out. H the people inhabitants
son & Co?s Gents' Boots and Shoes, and Ladies’ and
1 of the rural districts of Oregon sources which make it certain that
Misses’ Fine Shi .008.
would only see that this method is
against their interests and consent
At the auction sale in Washing,-
r’TTXiX» LI3STE OF
to reformation of it, wl^bould get a ton of the personal effects of Lord
fair system of valuation for taxes.” Sackville recently a funny incident
This is an insinuation that “the occurred^ A writing-desk was put
people of the rural districts” are up, a handsome piece of carved
At Extremely Low Prices.
wedded to the present unfair sys wood, but the bidding on it waB
tem, which is not entirely the case. very slow. The auctioneer did bis-
F bnton A F enton ,
Atb rneys for Estate.
In reforms of this nature the rural best to raise the figure to a reason
districts have generally been in the. able sum. Pretty soon he whis
lead, and aa an example we will pered to his assistant, who disap
mention the mortgage tax law. It peared. In a moment the rumor,
may be true that a considerable started in some mysterious way,
portion of the whole people in city ran through the crowd that it was
Aré now receiving
Fall AW inter Goode
and country are favorablo to the upon this desk that Lord Sackville
clamoring for a “clean sweep” after
LET THE STATE BUILD THEM.
in Ladies, Mioses,
Real Estate Bought am^Sold. Farms
plan of taking out indebtedness, but penned his famous letter to'Mur
Rented and Rente Collected.
There is but one thing left us to, the 4th of M«rch. Such is the
Shoes and Slippers
thc present law should be amended chison. At once a large price was
It carries the
do concerning the Cascade lock^, I price of keeping these follows in of-J We have now on hand a large amount of
to as to equalize and “justify” tax offered for the desk, and bid—after
and that is to have the next legisla fice years after they should have Town Property,
ation. If a person is worth $20,000 bid followed in quick succession,
ture endeavor to get the general been discharged. When the demo
he should be assessed at that figure, until the article was finally sold at
Oregonian Railway, L'd, Line.
government to allow the . state of cratic party gets control of the.gov-
—and if any indebtedness is to be an exorbitant figure.
Oregon and territory of Washing
taken out, it should be on the same
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A fact lias just leaked out here
ton (which we hope will be a state
ratio as the assessment. A owns a
by that time) to complete (hem. that if known before election would
Until further uolice trains will
will do where GAnts, Youths and Bovs can fl"d any*
farm worth $20,000; it is assessed company during the week bought
A tax of one dollar per ton on the have probably re-elected Mr. Cleve well to consult ua.
thing in boots and shoes that you want: and arrive and depart from Lafayette
at $10,000; there is a mortgage on
prices a« low as you are paying f r poor cheap as follows, to. a nd from Portland.
grain shipped from the Inland~Em- land. I allude to an expected addi-
CARTER & FOSTER. I goods that you have to throw away before yon
------ it of 48,000; he pays taxes on aereso n th e tid e Hat s at th e he a d
get them well broke to your foot. It ia the best
pire in two years would pay for]
~TNftwlffiig, Oiegon.--—----- 14
_ PU cb ?___ ____ ______ _
$2,000. B has $20,000in money or of the bay for $142,323, for the them. J. N. Dolph pose« as a friend Itimo in next Ma?- Ever^ ,adr
Portlind.... Il.ro» rn Aldi............. 7,25 a m
runde« .... 130pm Sheridan J ub llld a la
securities and is indebted $8,000, erection of extensive machine shops, of the people, and yet’this gray- lvho hears thi" ncws at onco ex’
Lafayette.. 2 07 p m Lafayette..
Sheridan Jun 3 3» t>m Dundee... . J 15 pin
and pays taxes on'$12,000. This is round-house, etc. A well-known headedold, artful Tfodger was thc’lcla,m®:. “To° bad! and4Just after
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capitalist recently told a reporter prime mover in having' ;he-toefe7bp-v Kave‘thc WhitJ boU8e; isn’»
tho present system.
For fni ther information apply to th. Com
that “there are some great enter
in Yamhill County.
nan,’a Agent at Lafayette, or addre.it General
I a shame?”
There is nearly if not quite as prises soon to be developed in Ta enlarged from a width of 35 feet, at
Hivrris & Haney.
office, corner Second A Pine 8t«., Portland Opa
We keep constantly on hand
much politics m the papers since coma, which will open the eyes of which they could have been easily
Washington in order that they may
the election as before. Between the people in Portland and Seattle.
-A. luetrgre Stcclr of
manipulate the scheme whereby
the civil service and office-seekers In fact the City of Destiny during ■feet. This was done in the interest
’g ßQyg’ an(j Y0UthS’
they hope to secure <
t’.nd cabinet-makers there is consid the next six months will’outrival of the O. R. & N. Co., and was for
sentati ves for
“ Competition is the IAfo of Trade»” and if you haro not se*»n our latest improved good« yon
erable hubbub. It is very evident tho busy scenes at, Kansas City and the purpose of delaying their con
cannot Imagine how lively trade 1«, or how hard our competitors have to work to keep within «Trht of us.
Ask your retailer for the JAMBS MEANS’ S3 BHOETor the JA MES MEANS' SA SHOE
that the Hoosiers as a class do not Omaha in the palmiest days of their struction as long,as possible.— Was
according to your needs.
Positively noue genuine unless having our name and prlcw stamped plainly on the soles. Tour
the fact that the returns shows a
retailer will supply you with shoes so stamped If you Insist updn his doing so; if you do not ln<i«t, pnmm
take kindly to the civil service. boom.”
retailers will coax you Into buying inferior shoes upon which they make a larger profit.
democratic majority of two. kThe
This was plainly exhibited by tho
The railroads of the world are to
democrats' upon the election of
$4 SHOE ,
X'ieveland and Hendricks, and therqj day said to. be worth from $25,- - We have seen a ConfcifCratc sil to the sitnatioh and are .ftilly confir
CANNOT FAIL /¿«BQ
(lent of their ability to thwart the
was a cleaner sweep made in IndiV
-5»- TO •<—
/>’ EaSa? 4
republican schemes and to organize
ana than in any other state. ] Nows XL'8 Probab|y represents i one-tenth Collins, of this city. It is dated
- r rite
otal wealth of cr
civilized na 1861 and is one of four issued by the next house.
another Indiana man has the office^
Boots and Shoes,
“The treasury has been robbed”
at his disposal, and it wilLtaVe^j
and one-quarter if not one- tho New Orleans mint before the
Hats and Caps,
keen renublican Iffchnirra “*
is doubtful whether the aggregate have been heard of—one in Meri a few mornings ago. Imagination
In fact almost
Such has been the recent progress tn our branch of Industry that wo are now able to affirm that th«
plant used in all manufacturing in wether county, in this state; one in
fames Means’ $1 Shoe.13 In every respect equal to the shoes which only a few years ago were retailed at eight
>r ten (lojinrs. If you will try on a pair you will be convinced that we do not exaggerate. Ours are the
Eastern Oregon republicans aro dustries can equal it in value. The Louisiana, and the other was sold stolen, but it was soon ascertained
Mi-ightal $3 and •< Shoes, and those who imitate our system of business are unable to compete with us iu *
quality of factory products. In our lines we are the largest manufacturers in the United States.
claiming that Dolph’s successor capital engaged in banking is but a not long since in New York city at to be only l.;500 silver dollars,
Dear to the Feminine heart, ahd
One or our traveling salesmen who is now visiting the shoe retailers of the Pacific Coast and Rock
‘.Icuiitabi Region writes from there as follows:
must come from that section. Oh, trifle besides it. The world’s whole auction for $800. A Brooklyn man
“ I am more than satisfied with the results of my trip. I have thus far succeeded in placing our ful
ne in tho hands of *A No. 1*dealers in every point I have visited." He goes on to say, ‘’This Is i
region for us to sell shoes in. because most of the retailers are charging their customers at •
yo noar-sighted dupes, have you stock of money of every kind—gold, coming this way offered Messrs. boxes containing $2,000 each, some To tnan, woman w child can be procured ;»!cndid
tall P-hont double the prices which the shoes have cost at wholesale. The consequence is that the
lro PRv,n? Mx or seven dollars a pair for shoes which are not worth as much as our
not so much as learned that the silver and paper—would scarcely Roberts & Collins $200 for their where between the U. 8. mint at
■ AdtKS ¡WLANS’ IK3 und 84 SHOES. Our shoes n 1th their very low retail prices stamped on tho
• »bs of every pair are breaking down the high prices which have hitherto ruled in the retail markets here,
‘’bosses” in Portland have long purchase a third of its railroads.
el waon a retailer puts a full line of goods in his stock they at once begin to go off like hot cakes, so great
curiosity, but they refused to take
i the den-and for them.”
all from One Firm, whose name
Now, kind reader, tust stop and consider what the above signifies so far as yon aro concerned. Hr
since settled that question? Dolph
it. They paid $15 for it. The coin this city. Lead was substituted for is a And
es you that if you keep on buying shoes bearing no manufacturers’ name or fixed retail price stamped „
warrant in itself of Fair Treatment >m sui
About two years ago a lady of
is proltably making you pay doublo ,
will bo his own successor. You
is a half-dollar, has the Goddess of the stolen silver. When or where and Square Dealing. Our
wnat your shoes have cost him. Now, can you afford |to do this while we are protecting you by stamping ’
our name and the fixed retail price upon the soles of bur shoes before they leave our factory so that you
Atlanta, Ga., cut the hair from the
be made to pay more for _> our shoes than they are worth ? .
Eastern Oregon fellows had just as
Liberty on one side, on the other the theft was made is still a mys
Is now in and we cannot
Shot*» from[ our celebrated factory are sold by wldc-nweke rerailers in nil parts of
child, and saved
the country. We will place them easily within your reach in any State or Territory if you wlU invest on«
well bo dogsand bay at the mood
o-wtal va’ d n*vl writ • to us.
n bue curl about i an inch and a half
The U. S. supreme court rendered chanere to give us a call and Drnrlunn *
as to claim a United States senator. * • ' 1
cotton stalk, the bars and stars of
” '» vs fz c%41 Lincoln St., Boston, Mass
in dqngth. A few weeks later the
an important, decision this week taken in exchange for goods, for which
child ^beoame ill and died. The the Confederacy in a coat of arms,
with a liberty pole through it ’and .in regard to life insurance policies. we will pay all the market will justify.
The fact baa come to light that other day the lady opened the box
liberty cap on top of it.— Carters The court holds that a policy made Lafayette^
Secretary Whitney is the only man in which she had laid away the lit
payable to a man’s wife Or children
ville ( Ga.) Courant?'
in President Cleveland’s cabinet tle ringlet, and was astonished to
can under no circumstances be at
who opposed tho tariff reform mes find that it had grown to be two
tached by the creditors of the de
sage last December, and he only feet in length. No one had touched
To citizens of the Pacific states
opposed it on the ground of policy. the box, and the lady is certain
Senator Kenna, of West Virginia,
during the past week, and reported
And cheaper than can b
Ho is a tariff roformer, but thought that the curl is the same one put
expressly for this paper by C. A. has telegraphed here that the legis
obtained this side of
i he messago not just the thing at
Snow A Co., patent lawyers, oppos lature of that state is certainly dem
The presidential electors of each ite U. S. Patent office, Washington: ocratic, which insures a democratic
us a call.
Oregon—A. C. A. Perkes, Port senator. Members of congress are
Ths appointment of Elijah W. state will meet at the state capitals
arriving sldwly for the coming ses
Halford, managing editor oHÜe In January 14, 1889, and cast their land, paper file; Andrew J. Pickard
dianapolis Journal, by President- votes for president and vice-presi- and G. Melson, Eugene City, car
< lect Harrison as his private secre den). Under,the old law tljey met coupling. Washington territory— publicans of the senate will try to
tary, is a fitting recognition of the for < that purpose December 6th. G. O. Wartrnan, Montesano, smok pass their tariff bill this winter.
Owing to the large number of
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA.
newspaper profession. Col. Daniel The returns of the electoral votes ing pipe. California—J. M. Bryan,
who expect to go into
San Francisco, orA crusher; A.
Lamont, President Cleveland’s sec
retary, was also a newspaper man. Wednesday in February, by the Schillmoller, San Francisco, button the cabinet it is thought Mr. Harri
as just received a large AND
president of the senate, in the pres fastener; E. B. Thomas, San Fran son will have no end of trouble in
wcilaelected stock of 8 tor*» a and Tin
ware, and proposes to sell cheaper than any
’ A director of thé Newport and ence of both houses of congress. cisco, heating stove; A. Gauthier, making it up, and that whoever he [
house In the county. Everything kept on hand,
King’s Valley railroad, in a com Senator J. J. Ingalls, of Kansas, is Grass Valley, plate amalgamator; may select he is certain to make and
i repairing done satisFactorly. and without
munication to the liemiter, says if president of the senate.
J. G. Kenyon, Port Kenyon, vehicle. many enemies. Harrison’s southern 1 fept.29, t-f.
the people will take the matter in
policy is also likely to give him L afayette , •
• O reoom .
Portland and San Francisco
There is a report that President
hand Che road can be completed in
trouble. If he follows his own in
Cleveland will be elected president November 6th to the office of rail
time to remove the next crop. Sub
clinations it will be very conserva
of the Ohio & Baltimore railroad road commissioner in Iowa, is the tive, but there are quite a number
Califonia Expreaa Traiaa Ban Daily
scriptions to tho stock is what the
Oregon. BETWEEN PORTLAND AND SAN FRAN
company. If he should be, and he first democrat to be so honored of influential republicans that favor Dayton,
makes as good a president of the since 1857. He owes his election a radical policv. Many think Har
.7:00 pro San Franeiaco. .7:« am
Gen. Harrison has often been company as ho did of the United to the jobbers of the state and the
Han Francieoo. 806 pra|Portlaad........ KhsO -—
pressed rinoe the election to give States, he will be re-elected. Rail Farmers’ alliance.. He has been
Local Paaaenger Daily, except Sunday.
will endeavor to win friends in the
some expression aa to what the roads don’t make the mistake of railroad commissioner since 1878 south by good appointments to the
Lemget, Bed-re«m Seto, Sprlag Mat-
......8:06 amlEugana.............. 2:10 nan
South may expect from his admin “firing” their competent servants.— by successive appointments, The federal offices there. A good deal
Eugana.. .... ..tM »»(Portland............3:4S pm
istration. In a letter to a South Renton Leader.
railroads opposed him this year. will depend on the men he selects i A Complete Stock at Reasonable
Carolina editor, he wishes it under
He is considered the most compe for postinaster-general and secretary
A man in Topeka, Kansas, died
of the treasury, those two officials 1
Tourist Sleeping Cars,
stood that ho is not unfriendly to
of jim-jams, and his wife being a tent judge of railway matters in the controlling most of the appoint Also CONTRACTOR an.I BUILD
For accommodation of Second Clnaa naaaen-
that sec Jon.
state. He was employed by the ments in the south. One thing
«ara aUacbad to oxproaa tralna
T#ry practical woman, had a mass
made on short notice.
10 23 -lilu*
r!*”7 "“ten connection
Union Pacific company aa an ex men» to be prettv certain, no at ---------------------
——------ -*l d 4 I— With all the ranlar traiaa on the Hnt Side Di-
Every newspaper, no matter where
tempt will be made to put the ne
vtelnn th>a foot of Fatroat.
1*. O. Steplxerua,
it is printed^ is opened at the fron tombstone, with the inscription building that line.
7 WEST SIDE DIV18I01C
His figures groes iu the front. To tell the
truth, most of the republicans seem
in Rosai a and carefully “Died of Delirium Tremens.”.
Between Psrtland and Csrvallls.
were too low to enable the managers to be disgusted with the negro any
looked ore| before being sent to its
j MaH Train, Dally axoayt Bnaday.
Thefe is about as much reason or to bleed the government to the ex
way. It would be a happy thing if
address, and objectionable matter is consistency in calling a high license tent they desired, and be was asked ho could be eliminated entirely
khm T * rsoa
party an anti-saloon party as there to raise them. He refused and was from politics.
StJanoph . ...1 *»»
» p m|portiaad^Z SUpa
Secretary Endicott’s daughter
is in calling tariff-reform free trade. discharged. He is about 50 years
There ie still some doubt which
was married yesterday to Mr. Jo
.A1*CerraUM ronnaot with Mataa
old <nd fives at Iowa City
aad rpaetseka aadaa'laat oapraaadaat.
party haa a majority in the nation
Thp Astoria Tnsneeripl following
seph Chamberlain, a member of the iavalry
ad law priaaa.
Expraao Train. Daily endept Monday
al house of repreeentativee. Chair- the suggestion of the R misth , has
Senator Colquitt baa been re English parliament. He was also Wktrbaa, Clock» tad Javaby rop.irlM . |N<
placed Hon. C. W Fulton tn nomi elected by the legislature of Georgia
• • • J • P» MoMnlnttvillo. .8 SO pro
gotiated the fisheries treaty last
Gira aa a c*U.
nation for United States senator.
B, B. BOGKM.
T. c, mpHiwa i
The Lafayette Shoe Store!
Real Estate Agency
Narrow Game System.
* I* J
Portland & Willamette Valley R’y
Is the Place
BIRO&GÂTES To go for Foot wear
THE MARCH OF PROGRESS!
ORB LATEST IMPROVEMENTS I
And Furnishing Goods
X< ese I
At Bedrock Prices,
and tee! Of all G-zad.es
R. P. UN6ERMAN,
Southern Pacific Company’s Lines
THE MOUNT SHASTA ROUTE!
C. G. REISNER,
FURNITURE OF All KINDS.
Pullman Buffit sleepers,
Watchmaker and Jeweler.
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