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About The Yamhill County reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1904 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 28, 1894)
Paid up Capital, $¿0,000
Trautaeu a Oeuvrai Baukiug Business.
J. W COWLS.
Vice President, - LEE LA UGHLIN.
E. 0. AP PERSON
W. S. LINK
Board of Directors:
J. W COWLS.
A. J APPLKSON,
J. L ROGERS.
Sell Sight Exchange and Telegraphic Trans
fen on New York, San Franelsco and Portland.
Deposits received subject to check. Interest paid
on Time De|>oeiU. Loans money on approved
a.-curlty. Collections made ou all accessible
GATES & HENRY, Props.
E Street, north of Third. Everything New and
Flnt-clas. Conveyance of Commercial Travel
ers a specialty Board and stabling by the day or
month Wo solicit a fair share of the local p*t-
FRESH MEATS OF ALL KINDS.
CH0IÇE8T IN THE MARKET.
M’MINNVILLE, OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1894.
Entered »t the Poetoffice in McMinnville,
at Second-class matter.
South side Third St. between B and C.
Logan & Kutch, Prop's.
For a Clean Shave or Fashionable Hair
Cut Give Us a Call.
Baths are new and flrst-claaa In every re
spect. Ladles’ Baths and shampooing a special
ty. Employ none but Onit-claM men. Don't
forget the place. Three doors west of Hotel
Manufactures and Deals in
BURNS & DANIELS
C ity S tables ,
WILSON & HENDERSON, Proprietors.
A WINTER’S ENTERTAINMENT !
ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $1.25
SADDLES, BRIDLES, SPURS,
Brushes and sells them cheaper than
they can be bought anywhere else in
the Willamette Valley. Our ail bomt
made sets of lutrness are pronounced
unsurpassable by those who buy them
JOHN F. DERBY,
Proprietor of The McMinnville
Situated at the Southwest corner of the Fan
All aises of first-class Drain Tile kept constantly
on hand at lowest living prices.
E. J. Qualey & Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
AND ALL KINDS OF
All work ftilly guaranteed to give perfect satis
thetlou. Refers by permission to Win. Me Chris
man, Mrs. L. E. Bewley, Mrs. E. D. Fellows.
Noll’s Old Jewelry Stand, 3d Street.
Third St. X door W.
of Burna & Daniela
MEALS AT ALL HOURS
Best 85a Heal iu City.
Ciolce Fruits. Confections, Nuts and Cigars.
Lemonade, Soda Pop, Etc.
Board by the Day or Week.
Truck and Dray Go.
B. E. COULTER, Prop.
Goods of all descriptions moved and
careful handling guaranteed. Collections
will be made monthly. Haul’ig of all
kinds done cheap.
W. J. CLARK,D.D.S
Graduate University of Mich.
H m opened an office in Union Block, Room 6,
*Qj to prepared to do all work in the dental line.
CROWN AND BRIDGE WORIA SPECIALTY.
lATgOT MCTHOO OF PaiNIAM EXTRACVIOM,
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov’t Report
The Negro Population
“As old *8
the hills” aud
ed. “ Tried
amd proven ”
is the verdict
S immo ns
lator is tne
T\PjrPY‘ only Liver
can pin youi
faith for a
on the Liver
Druggists in Liquid, or in Powder
to be taken dry or made into a tea.
Mrs. Stanton was a little widow who
thought herself inconsolable.
She was convinced that there never
Interesting Facts and Figures from
had been and that there never would be
the Censas Report«.
such another man as her late lamented
husband. She believed that he had been
LARGE INVOICES JUST INI croated, raised to manhood and endowed
with every amiable quality for the ex
The Negroes Increasing in Sum
bers but Diminishing in Pro.
We invite the attention press purpose of completing her happi
portion to the Whites, The
ness, and now that he was gone she felt
of all persons contem assured that her earthly felicity was
Geuerai Movemeut of ths
Colored Population is
plating the purchase Of over. She mourned for him so inces
Toward the south.
santly that her health broke down, aud
new goods in our line.
she was obliged to leave her home and
It was quite dark, but she sat a long
and brought her own pillow. Then she
seek restoration at a water cure.
time alone. She felt too bewildered to
Come and see them.
It was a very small establishment in gently raised Mr. Weeks’ head and slip- think Overwhelmed with the excite
Mr. Henry Gannett, one of the ex
one of the eastern states, and it con pel the pillow under it. Seating herself ment of the day, the began to ory softly
tained the usual complement of broken on .he bench, she made a fow magnetic again, yot not hopelessly as before, but perts of the census bureau, has just
down ministers, men of business and passes over the sufferer’s forehead.
completed an investigation of the
The effect of her soft, delightful at last with something like grateful
spinsters, with a very few young epi
peace forming itself out of the chaos of statistics of the negro population,
leptic, cataleptio or dyspeptio patients.
and the results are exceedingly in
Among the latter was a certain Mr. there, feeling his pain ebbing away, a
teresting and in some cases surpris
Charles Weeks. He was about 24 or 25, delicious languor stole over him, and at
Two days after this Mr. Weeks walked
rather tall and spare, yet well propor last he slept. He had tried once or twice down
Mr. Gannett's conclusions are
to the little village poetoffice for
tioned. He had regular features and a to express his gratitude, but she had his lotters. There was but one for him. summed up as follows;
neat, dark mustache. He was not only gently forbidden him to talk
W. G. HENDERSON.
“The negroes, while increasing
When be at last awoke, some hour» It was from an old friend. Among other
nice looking, but his faoe was the index
he found himself covered matters of interest only to himself be rapidly in this country, are dirpin-
of a kindly disposition, and he had a
with Mrs. Stanton’s shawl, but the lady 'read:
very sweet smile.
“By the way, old fellow, how are ishing in numbers relative to the
These advantages were offset by two had left him. As the remembrance of your eyes? There is a very famous oc- whites.
defects. He was very nearsighted, and the light touch of her fingers came back uliet in this city who has performed
“They are moving southward from
to him he told himself that she was the
he was desperately bashful.
The iring of Liver Medicine».
wonders for people whose sight is affect the border states into those of the
(Third Street, between E and F.)
This amiable young man had lately dearest woman iu the world.
“ I have u»ed your Simmon» Liver Regu
“She 19 my sister or my adopted
lator aud can consciencloualy »ay it 1» the
lost a beloved mother. He had been her
him? Don’t you want to begin to see south Atlantic and the gulf.
king of all liver medicine», I oonelder it a
idol, and she had been his friend aud mother, ’ ’ he said.
medicine cheat in iteelf.—Oxo. W. J ack
sox , Tacoma, Washington.
companion, and indeed had supplied
S. WIUS0N, manager.
him with all the society he was con one’s sister or one’s adopted mother? constantly with him. He now had a
Does one feel heavy aud dull in her ab
“The proportion of criminals
scious of needing.
Uta the Z Stamp in red on wrapper.
They had lived alone together for sence, but at rest aud perfectly content defects. He told himself that he had among the negroes is much greater
and when she wa3 ill he had in her presence? Does one feel that with never seen the face of the dear little than among the whites, and that of
Even-thing first-class. Horses boarded by day, week or month. Commercial
nursed her as tenderly as if he were her out the society of one’s sister the whole woman whom he so loved. Ho did not
had diminished in relative import
Travelers Conveyed to all points at most reasonable rates. Give us a call.
daughter. He was now mourning her world would be a blank? This was now even know the color of her eyes. She paupers is at least as great.
in this half century from about
loss very deeply.
was to him a voice and a presence and
of the population to one-
Mrs. Stanton arrived at the water
number of negro attendants at school
outline—that was all.
the succeeding fifty years
cure by a very late train; consequently age. To him she was perfect iu all re 3 graceful
Just here he was joined by young is far behind the number of whites,
she did not make her appearance iu spects.
had increased 3.9 times,
Hardie, who was taking his morning but is gaining rapidly upon that
public until the next day at breakfast.
2 6 times only. In
Next day something oocurred that
She was then placed at the table at
greater increase of
which Mr. Weeks was seated, but on distressed our young friend very much. Stanton, and Hardie eaid:
He found Mrs. Stanton iu tears.
“What a charming woman M tb .
She was sitting on her favorite seat
Next to Weeks sat young Hardie, who,
Stanton is! She is looking ever so much
although a dyspeptic, broken down at under the elm close to a purling brook, better than she did when she came. I directly or by way of the West India of increase was greater than that of
OF THE WORLD
college, was tho life of the house. He aud the thrushes were singing breezily should not wonder if I had made a mis
FOR A TRIFLE.
was a merry, rollicking young fellow, above her head. Her feet were half take in her age after all. It is so hard islands, we have, says the author, the negroes before immigration set
Prior to in.
with a good humored face and a spar buried iu the fronds of ftru, and the to tell a woman’s age. She may not be very little information.
air was soft and balmy. Yet her hand
“These figures and the conclusions
kling black eye—indeed two of them.
1788 there are no records, and since
more than 40. What do you think?”
When the little widow took her place, kerchief was held to her eyes, and she
to be derived from them, should set
he nudged his companion and whis was certainly weeping as if her heart said Weeks a little stiffly.
trade do not distinguish between the at rest forever all fears, regarding
pered: “Hello, Weeks, here is a new would break.
This casual remark of Hardie’s decid
any possible conflict between the two
Mr. Weeks remembered how kindly
comer! Very taking face—very. Seems
ed him. He would see her. He knew slaves brought to the United States
to be an elderly lady. Must be a widow. ” she had comforted him on the foregoing she was charming, but he longed to see and those to other parts of America. races. We have before us the testi-
Weeks, in an agony lest the lady day, and be felt that he could not leave for himself. Next day ho took the train In 1790 we have the first reliable da mony of a century to show us that
overhear, glanced across the ta her to indulge in her sorrow alone. He for tho city.
a Twenty-page Journal, is the leading Republican family
ta regarding 'he number and distri the negroes, while in no danger of
She had an
paparof the United States. It Is a NATIONAL FAMILY ble, but could only see a blurred, indefi must try to comfort her.
Punctually at 3:30 o’clock on the day
i’Al’ER. and gives all the general news of the United States. nite, palish splotch, crowned by a white opeu letter iu her hand, aud be now
The total extinction, while increasing at a
It gives the events of foreign lauds tn u nutshell. Its AG
appointed by Weeks for learning hit bution of the negroes.
RICULTURAL department has no superior in the country. film, which he took to be a widow’s iame forward aud asked her to tell him
and each rate probably more rapid than in any
fate a carriage drove up to the door of
Its Market Reports are recognised authority. Separate depart cap, as indeed it was.
the cause of her trouble.
other part of the earth, are yet in
ments for "THE FAMILY CIRCLE," "OUR YOUNG
“Oh, Mr. Weeks,” she said. “It is the water cure, aud a young man wear succeeding decennial enumeration is creasing less rapidly than the white
So he said, “I suppose she is. ”
FOLKS." and "SCIENCE AND MECHANICS." Its "HOME
shown in the following table:
AND SOCIETY” columns command the admiration of wives
cowardly and wrong in me to give way
and daughters. Its general political news, editorials aud
dismissed the driver aud turned into the Centiu Year.
people of the country, and to dem
discussions are comprehensive, brilUaut and exhaustive.
Mrs Stanton spent her days as quiet so.” She struggled to check her sobs grove. With impatient footsteps he
757,208 onstrate that the latter will become
ly as if she were in her own house. Here aud in a few moments becamo more walked to Mrs. Stanton’s favorite seat. 1790 ..........
.... 4,306,446 1,002,037 more and more numerically the dom
the formula was “water, water, nothing composed. Then she said:
“I have just learned that my little Was she there? Somo one was—but who 1810..........
5,862,073 1,377,808 inant race in America. Whether
but water, hot, cold, externally, inter
nally and eternally. ” The regular life, fortune has been swept away. ’ ’
.... 7,862,166 1,771,656 the negro will through an improve
She went on to explain that her busi
A SPECIAL CONTRACT enables us to offer this splendid simple diet and bracing mountain air
........ 10,537,378 2,328,642 ment in his social condition, become
lovely young woman, who might possi 1830 ........
journal and the REPORTER for
soon proved of great benefit to her. She ness agent had persuaded her to allow bly be 25, but who did not look over 20, 1840............
.. . .14,192,805 2,873,648
of greater importance, relatively to
was ordered by the good doctors to rest
was seated upou the bench. Her eyes, 1850........
. .19,553,068 3,638,808
as much as possible out of doors ou a cot. that had resulted most disastrously, aud which were raised to his, were a soft i860
his numbers, is a matter to be dis
At other times she took as long walks that she was now almost penniless. The i dark brown, her hair, wavy and luxuri
as she could.
ant, was a beautiful shade of dark gold
CASH IN ADVANCE.
Now, young Mr. Weeks’ bashfulness would not suffice to keep her above en auburn. She was dressed iu deep 1880..........
The center of the negro popula
. .54,983,890 7,470,040
did not extend to elderly ladies, aud want
(The regular subscription for the two papers is $2.00.)
mourning; she wore no widow’s cap. 1890..........
‘ 'I am only uunerved by this sudden She roso hesitatingly as he approached
when, a day or two after Mrs. Stanton’s
tion has been computed in 1880 and
Subscriptions may begin at any time.
arrival, he found her sitting under a news,” sho said, with a faint smile. “J
“Can you tell me where Mrs. Stanton whites have increased in a century 1890. At the first of these dates it
tree iu the grove he recognized by her shall soon be stronger aud braver. 1 is, madam?” asked Mr. Weeks, wonder
Address all orders to
from a little over 3,000,000 to nearly was found in the northwestern
cap that she must be the widow lately was a governess for one year beforo I ing and trembling.
and the negroes from corner of Georgia, not far from Dal
arrived, aud his uatural politeness
“Oh, Mr. Weeks, you don’t know
prompted him to stop and say, ‘ ‘The air ing. No doubt it will really be the best me!” answered a reproachful voioe that 750,000 to about 7,500,000.
The ton. In 1890 it was found to have
thing for me. What does it matter?” made his heart leap.
Write your name and address on a postal card, send it to Geo. W. Beet, Room 2, is very fine today, madam. ”
moved southwestward, being not
Tribune Building, New York City, and a sample copy of The New York
Mr. Weeks was overcome with con
As he uttered this commonplace,
Exactly how it happened they never times as numerous as in 1790, the far from the boundary between Ala
Weekly Tribune will be mailed to you.
with his attractive smile, tho lady could
knew, but the next moment Mrs. Stan
negroes nearly ten times as numer bama and Georgia, and a few miles
not help recognizing a well bred and idea of his dearest friend entering upon ton was iu his arms.
west of Rome, Ga. The longitude of
kindly young gentleman, so she an such a life of drudgery.
After awhile he whispered to her,
“Sho is no longer young, ” be said to “You are not more lovely than I knew
swered him with equal suavity aud in a
the center of the negro population
himself, “aud it will be cruelly hard you were, but you are much younger. ”
sweet and winning voice.
portions in which the total popula was very nearly the same as that of
Mr. Weeks was sensitive to voices, for her.” He was silent a long tiuui
“Well,” she said, between tears and
-------------------- is the ---------------------
and he honored all elderly ladies for his He had an ample fortune and no one smiles, “that is a fault that I will do tion was made up of these two ele the total population, but in latitude
dear mother’s sake. He told himself but himself to think of. When at last my best to outgrow, and in the mean ments at each census, expressed in was nearly 5 degrees, or more than
that Mrs. Stanton reminded him of her he spoke, it was to endeavor to persuade time”—
percentages of the total population. 300 miles, southwest of it. The
whom he had so tenderly loved, and al Mrs. Stanton to accept a loan, the half
“In the meantime, ” he interrupted, Census Year.
movements of the center of popula
most before he knew it he had seated of his fortune, anything if only bhe “we will be as happy a couple as ever 1790........
tion are the net resultant of all the
himself upon an opposite bench and was
in this happy old world. ’ ’
(without Sunday)......................... $6.oo per year
fort. But sho rejected all his generous lived
of population. During
DAILY (with Sunday).............................. $8.oo per year
And they were. —New Orleans Times- 1810 ........
At the end of half an hour, when the offers firmly and gracefully.
the past decade the negroes have
“No,” she said, “I could not possibly
ringing of the treatment bell ent short
moved in all directions—north, south,
A Freuclt Custom.
their interview, he said to himself that allow you to assist me, although I fully
east and west—but, as indicated by
PER YEAR. ......... ........................................ 1
When a bullock is to be slaughtered 1840..........
he had not met so charming a person
there must be no inequality between, in some parts of France, he is taken 1850..........
the movement of the center, the net
S A NEWSPAPER THE INTER OCEAN keeps abreast of the times in all
gentle voice aud sympathetic manner friends, and I cannot be under so great round with a drummer and bids fare 1860......
It spares neither pains nor expense in securing ALL THE
resultant of their movement has been
NEWS AND THE BEST OF CURRENT LITERATURE.
well to earth. The crier, or tambouri
and the spirit of kindliness which in an obligation to any one. ’ ’
toward the southwest. As a whole,
She persisted in saying that she must neur, as he ie generally called, because 1870..........
spired all she said found a ready re
this element moved in a southwest
leave the cure soon aud make.arrange he carries a drum, is one of the institu 1880..........
sponse In his own warm heart.
erly direction a distance of twenty-
From that time they were frequently ments for her future life a3 a teacher. tions of rural France. A traveler in the 1890..........
Thi6 table shows that on the whole five miles. _
seen together. Sometime« he would At last he left her and went to take a valley of the Cels says, in “Wander
AS A FAMILY PAPER IS NOT EXCELLED BY ANY.
meet her on her walks, when he would long stroll by himself. He went to the ings by Southern Waters,” that he I the negroes have diminished decided-
The negroes are distributed very
join her and often offer his arm to as top of a hill that they had often climbed found the tambourineur making the i ly in proportion to the whites. In
sist her over a rough part of the road. together and then sat down to think rounds of a town, lustily beating his
over the country. While
If they climbed a hill, he accommodat The idea of losing his friend filled him drum to awaken the curiosity of the in- ■ 1790 they formed 19.27 per cent or they are found in every state and
POLITICALLY IT IS REPUBLICAN, and gives Its readers the benefit of the
ablest discussion! on all live political topics. It also gives them THE NEWS OP
ed his pace to hers and bagged her to with alarm. As he pictured to himself habitants, and accompanied by an ox, j very nearly one-fifth of the whole
lean upon him for support. They spent what life would be without her, as he which he introduced to the public aa, population. At the end of thi6 cen territory, and in almost every county
hours together in the grove. Weeks was recalled all her sweet words and ways, “Le bœuf ici present.”
IT IS A TWELVE-PAGE PAPER.
tury they constituted only 11.93 per in the land, the vast body of them
The crier’s business is to announce to
a fine reader, though, as he would not something new seemed £orn in his
THB INTER OCEAN IS PUBLISHED IN CHICAGO, THE NEWS AND COnHERCIAL
or less than one-eighth of the are found in the southern states, in
all whom it may concern that the ani
wear glasses, he was obliged to hold his heart.
CENTER OF ALL WEST OP THE ALLEGHANY MOUNTAINS, AND IS BETTER
ADAPTED TO THE NEEDS OF THE PEOPLB OF THAT SECTION THAN ANY
It had only needed this last experi mal is to be killed this very evening, population. At the end of the cen- those states lying south of Mason
book so close to his face that it almost
PAPER FARTHER EAST.
this longing pity which made him and that tomorrow morning its flesh • tury their proportion was le6s than and Dixon's line, the Ohio river, th«
touched his nose. He used to read aloud
It la la accord with the people of the West both In Politics and Literature.
to comfort her, to enlighten his will be sold at I franc 25 centimes the ' two-thirds as large as at this begin- northern boundary of Missouri, and
Please remember that the price of The Weekly Inter Ocean Is ONLY ONE DOL-
Thus their intimacy grew so gradual mind as to the real state of his feelings. kilo. It will all go at a uniform price, i ning. Moreover this diminution in westward as far as Texas and Ar.
LAR PER YEAR. Address
THE INTER OCEAN, Chicago.
“I love her!” he cried aloud. “I can for this is the oustom. Those who want
ly that there was nothing in it to alarm
the aloyau, or sirloin, will only have to the proportion has been almost un
the most scrupulous little widow in tho not give her up. ”
Teh inter Océan and the Repor ter one year for $1.35.
Having thus far considered the
And now the whole character of the be in haste.—Bow Bella
broken from the beginning to the
world. She told herself that, although
of the negroes in.the coun
she could never love again, she was glad man seemed to change. He was no lon
I end of the century.
Studying to Please.
that friendship was still possible to ger the diffident, irresolute, shrinking
try as a whole, Mr. Gannett turns
Sharp Nosed Woman—Seems to me
her. Besides she considered Mr. Weeks young fellow that he had been. He was
your paper’6 all too high priced.
With the exception of two ten-year his attention to the southern or
a mere boy and felt a motherly interest a man, with a man’s strong will.
in him. His manner became more defer
periods, namely those from 1800 to former slave-bolding states, in which
ential as they advanced in intimacy. returned to the cure. At last he reached line of samples of the biggest factory in 11810 and 1870 to 1880, the negro ele are found more than nine-tenths of
------- IS ONLY--------
They discovered that their tastes were the spot where the happiest hours of his America, madam, and I guarantee the
all the negroes in the United States.
; very congenial. In a word, they never life had been passed. Mrs. Stanton was prices to be as low as any in the market. ment has in every case increased at I In Delaware the proportion of ne-
“Haven’t you got «omething cheap 1 a less rapid rate than the white ele-
still there. He went boldly up to her.
I bored each other.
I groes in 1790 was about 22 per cent.
“Mrs. Stanton, ” he said as he seated er?”
I ment, and in many cases its rate of
“Surely you don’t want anything
Under the influence of her pleasant himself by her and took her hand iu his,
increase has been very much small I This proportion increased gradually
surroundings Mrs. Stanton became re 1 “I cannot give you up. I love you with oheaper than 6 cents a double roll?”
er. Thus a comparison of the nu- I until 1840, when it was about 25 per
“Is that the cheapest you’ve got?”
all my heart, and I cannot bear my life
signed and cheerful.
' merical progress of the negroes with cent. Since then it has diminished,
One day as she was coming from her
The following general forms ar* always In stock hammock to the house she saw Mr. you to be my wife. ”
that of the whites in the country, as , and in 1890 was about 17 per cent.
330 ACRES AT $30 PER ACRE.
and for sale at the Reporter office :
Mrs. Stanton was bewildered and 4 cents.”
I In Maryland over one-third of the
Weeks stretched at full length on a
(Yelling through the speaking tube)— a whole, shows that the former have population were negroes in 1790.
Real Estate Mortgage
overcome. As she hesitated he burst out
was hound over his eyes, and as she into a torrent of eloquence, telling her “Harris, send up a sample of butcher’s ' not held their own, but have con- ' The proportion increased and reached
Satisfaction of Mort.
Bond for Deed
100 acre* in cultivation; good pasture for cattle
Transfer of Mortgage
two houses, two barns and two orchards. Will
passed him softly she thought she heard of his intense admiration and respectful I wrapping paper. I believe on my soul 1 stantly fallen behind.
Notes and Receipts. Bill of Sale
sell all or a part on easy terms, or will rent on
love, how he would do his utmost to Mrs. Hetty Green’s here!"—Chicago j not increased as rapidly as the I a maximum in 1810, when it was 38
We carrr a large stock of stationery and ere
condition that renter buys team and farming
j per cent. Since then it has dimin-
Implements. The above 1« a fine farm situated prepared to do Job printing of every sort in the
“Are you suffering, Mr. Weeks?” she make her happy, and how blank and Tribune.
four miles southeast of Dayton. Boat landing best stvle of the art and at low figures
dark life would seem without her cheer
and warehouse with cleaners less than one mile
“It may be said,” remarks Mr. 1 ished, and in 1890 was but 21 per
ing presence. At first she tried to stop
Gannett, that this is due to the enor- cent. In Kentucky one-sixth of the
L. H. BAKER.
“Oh, lam so eony,” she said. “You | him. It seemed like saorilege to her to tete-a-tete. Enter little brother.
! population were negroes in 1790.
Box 106, McMinnville. Or.
must try to sleep it off. ”
Mis« Sears—Well, Bobby, what do ' mous immigration which certain | The proportion increased until 1830,
Then a thought occurred to her. Hei was determined, and she was weak, j yon want?
parts of the country has received, an
She feebly interposed objections, but he
Bobby—Crack this nut for me. I’ll immigration composed entirely of when it was about one-fourth of the
I. ». CAL8F.BATH.
husband had been subject to such at swept them all away. She tried to S3y
do as much for you when I have false whites. This suggestion can easily j population, since which time it has
tacks, and 6he had frequently cured
Calbreath &. Goucher.
teeth.—New York World.
i diminished, and is at present but 14
I them. She had a magnetic touch, and
be tested. White immigration on a
she felt sure that she could charm away tute condition prompting him to make
■ per cent. In Tennessee only one-
PHYSICIANS AND BUKO EONS
She—They say that persons of oppo
her friend’s suffering, but still she hesi her this generous offer, but it was not site qualities make the happiest mar considerable scale began about 1847. tenth of the population were negroes
O rb son
Prior to that time it was not of im-
tated. While she hesitated she heard possible for her really to believe her riages.
at She time of the first census. That
him groan a^ain. That decided her.
(Office over Braly’s bank.)
He—That’s why I am looking for a portance. We may then divide the proportion steadily increased for
Genuine love was too apparent in the
Ask your dealer for them Send for
“If he were my young sou or my
century into two equal parts and
girl with money.—Tit-Bits.
Ferry’s Seed Annual for 1895.
brother, ” she said to herself, “I could young man’s earnestness, in every word
ninety years, reaching its maximum
The R eporter job department has
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not let him lie there suffering, and I
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“You have surprised me so, ” she said
believe I care for him almost as much
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as though he were. Why should I bo at last. “I must have time to think ” much nicer than arithmetic, auntie.
centuries. Between 1790 and 1840 last ten years it has diminished a
work is unexcelled outside of Portland.
“Any length of time. ”
silly and prudish?”
Effie—Because yon don’t have to the whites increased 4.5 times, the trifle.
Give us a trial and see what neat thiDg
“Then give me a week to decide
Finding no good answer to this ques- *
Continued on Second Po^e,
your answers.—Pall Mall Budget. negro 3.8 times. The latter element
we can do for you.
tion, phs went book to her hammock ' and please leave me now. ”
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