Image provided by: Yamhill County Historical Society; McMinnville, OR
About The Yamhill County reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1904 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 28, 1894)
Yamhill County Reporter.
The UomaiPa Parly in Colorado.
ter. The swords are rather more
The Negro Population
The most significant circumstance like knives than swords. Each is a
F. II. B USA II AKT, I.diior A Propr connected with the recent elections, yard in length, half an inch thick at
Continued from First Page.
«J* (*• ECK.T1AN, Associate editor«
party questions aside, was the fact the edge, and an inch and a half or
Indigestion, Impure Blood
that the women of Colorado cast 55 two inches thick at the back. If you
The first report of population re
Cured by Hood’s
Subscription $1.00 Per Year. per cent of the total vote. The lead- should weld together nine or ten of garding Missouri was made in
| ing women of the state, encouraged our heaviest axes, one laid beyond 1810. At that time about one-sixth
Re*.liug notice» in Iocs) column» io cento per by this most remarkable and unex the other, you would make something of the inhabitants were negroes.' In
line for fine wee 2 »nd 5 cent» per line thereafter pected result, are combining them
like these knives. The victim is laid 1830 the proportion was slight!}’
Display advertisement», annual rates, one inch
per month 51. each ad^itlona. meh 50 cents ¡e r , selves into societies, with the object
on bis belly and face, and his legs I greater. Since then it has dimin-
Oultuary»nd marriage notices not exceeding of retaining the influence they have are tied together
A long piece of isbed rapidly, and in 1890 the ne
10 Uns.« publi-hed free, if furnished in time to
ba current news. Additional matter 10 cent- per won, and to employ it in the next whip-cord is looped under the man's groes constituted less than 6 per
national campaign. It would seem jaw and tied into his pigtail. So ’ cent of the population. Tn the state
as if female equality, so far as Colo- much of its free end is left that two of Virginia the negroes constituted
FRIDAY, DEC. 28, 1804.
rado is concerned, at least, has been men go off with it to a distance and in 1790 not less than 41 per cent of
firmly established; and not only that, pull on it with all their might, while the inhabitants, and their proportion
If the extensive coinage of silver but actual numerical superiority has a third one sits on the condemned increased slightly for twenty years,
would create good times, they ought been developed by methods hereto man’s back. The executioner seizes reaching a maximum in 1810 of over
certainly to have improved rapidly fore supposed tobe the birthright of a knife and stands over the victim, 43 per cent. Since that time it has
under the Sherman law. Under the men alone.
whose neck is seen to pull out—and diminished steadily, and in 1890 con
provisions of that act the mints were
out—aud out. The knife falls, the stituted but 27| per cent, taking the
Mr, D, W. Bridget
Tiae Fleventl» Census.
worked nearly to their full capacity,
head is severed, and frequently the states of Virginia and West Virginia “C. I. Hood & Co.. Lowell. Mass. ■
"Dear Sirs: —During th* winter aad spring I
The results of the eleventh cen- men who are pulling the whip-cord together.
turning out over four million dollars
have used a dozen bottles of Hood's Sarsapa
per month and adding fifty millions a sus are substantially in the hands fall backward and roll over, like
North Carolina, starting with 27 rilla in my family, and I am quits sura we have
of the public printer, or have already tumblers in a circus. The execu per cent, has increased slowly aud been greatly benefited by it. For years I havo
year to the circulating medium.
But the holiday season is still on, and oui
been published. Exclusive of print tioner picks up the head and holds it with some slight oscillations up to been troubled with indigestion, accompanied
Display continues to be
T he truth is very simple and we ing and binding, it will have cost not towards the mandarin, who looks at 1880, when the proportion reached HOOD’S
think the Globe Democrat voices it, less than 810,000,000. . For the enor it carelessly and calmly, and makes 38 per cent. In the last decade it
when it remarks that “The great mous expenditure the public will ob a mark upon the tally list in front of has diminished. South Carolina.
trouble with the national fiuances is tain of reports twenty-five quarto him. I was less stolid than he, espe starting with 44 per cent, increased
not in the currency system, but in volumes of about one thousand pages cially when, happening to glance at her proportion until 1880, when more
the 13ck of sufficient revenue, under each, a compendium in three parts, one of the heads, I saw it open its than three-fiftbs of her population
the democratic tariff law, to pay the and an abstract, of one small volume, mouth just as it was held up to the were negroes. Since then there has by sympathetic heart trouble, and Hood's Sar
expenses of the Government. Yet all filled mainly with tables showing mandarin’s view. It was then placed been a trifling diminution. Georgia saparilla has done me very much good. We
the system is at fault, in that it in detail and aggregate the popula beside the body, aud the next felon started with 36 per cent, and with have also given it to ths children for Impure
blood and ringworms with very good result*.”
never contemplated the couutry fall tion and material condition of the was brought out and treated in the some slight oscillations continued to D. W. B ridges . Pleasant Hill, Oregon.
country, the resources of Alaska, same way.
ing uuder incompetent control.
increase until 1890. Within the last N. B. If you decide to take Hood's Sarsap»
and the condition and progress of
“Two or three prisoners were to 10 years there has been a slight re rilla do not be induced to buy any other.
be strangled on this occasion, and duction. In Florida the oscillations Hood’s Plllscureall Liver Ills. Biliousness,
Notwithstanding the increased though I went away twice, from have been considerable. The history Jaundice, Indigestion, Sick Headache. 25c.
Much of value is being said about number of inquiries, that office has
sheer inability to witness their exe commenced with 1830, when 47 per
the propriety of advertising our state tabulated a greater portion of the
cution, I was urged back by a friend cent of the population were negroes.
We Suggest for these times
abroad. It is something that ought information gathered than was done
who accompanied me, and thus I It reached a maximum at 49 per
to be done, not spasmodically by in the taking of the tenth census,
the First National Bank at McMinnville. In the
saw enough to be able to describe cent at the next census, followed by Of State
ot Oregon, at tbe close of business,
tremendous effort now and then, but and the future historian will find
that mode of punishment also. Tbe
constantly and persistently. It is a little lack of data from which to de
executioner tied a short bit of whip in 1870 it rose again to 49 per cent, Loans and discounts
.............................. 9 137.249 90
good state. Its climatic conditions termine for the year 1890 the ma
cord around each man’s throat, and since which time it has diminished Overdrafts, secured and unsecured.....
are superior to those of other sections terial and social condition of the
U. 8. Bonds to secure circulation......
12 500 00
then putting a stick of wood in the rapidly; especially during the decade Stocks, securities, etc.-........................... 2,460 65
inviting immigration, and no section country. The reports of the elev
furniture and fixture»
slack of the cord at the back of the between 1880 and 1890. The history Banking-house,
Due from National Banks (uot reserve
can compare with the western half enth census will furnish information
neck, turned the stick and tightened
Due from State Banks and bankers..
of the state in prolific and certain as follows:
from approved reserve agents...
the cord until it was evident that it when one-third of her people were Due
Cbecksand other cash items.............
production of soil. Magnificent for Of population.—The total 62,622,-
paper currency, nickels
could not be made tighter. For negroes. The proportion increased Fractional
Black or Fancy Wool or Dress Silks.
ests, extensive water powers, mines 250, will be shown by state, county,
up to 1870, aud since then has di
LAWFUL MOSEY RESERVE IS BASK, VIZ:
rich in gold, iron and nickel, await city, town, township, borough, vil
Specie.............................. S 12,161 CO
Scotch Plaid Dress Goods.
minished. Mississippi's history be-
the influx of energy and capital for lage, or precinct, being the official ened the cord (in each case, others
Redemption fund with U. 8. Treasurer
said), and then tightened it again gau in 1800 when 41 per cent of her (5 per cent of circulation).
Plain Dress Goods in all Colors
their use and development.
basis for the apportionment of con and fastened it. The victims made people were negroes, and with som&
But the most effective means, we gressional representation.
slight oscillations the proportion has
Table Linen and Napkins.
think, of promoting immigration of total will also be classified by states no sound, but a quiver passed over
Capital stock paid in..............................S 60,000 00
increased up to the present time. Surplus
the most desirable kind, is through and principal cities, by sex and color,
Fine Wool Blankets.
profits, leas expenses and
seen to curl in as if their fists were The history of Louisiana commenced Undivided
taxes paid............................................ 40.965 89
the local newspapers, by subscribing of which the totals are as follows:
in 1810, when 55 per cent of her pop National Bank notes outstanding.... 11,250 00
for and sending them to friends ano Males............................................ 32,067,880 being clinched. That was all. The
Due to State Banks und bnukers.........
ulation were negroes. Her history Individual deposits tuulect to check... 53.»15 46
acquaintances in the east. By so Females................. ...................... 80,654,370
certificates of deposit.............
Men’s Satin Suspenders.
has been a diversified one, the max Demand
Time certificates of deposit.................... 43,432 90
doing the local papers are encouraged White............................................ 64,983,880 the names of these victims, and thus
imum proportion of this race being
Total ................................................... 5 224,972 26
to publish matter of interest to home Negro ......................................... 7,470,040 the law was vindicated, or avenged.”
State ofOregon, County of Yamhill, ss.
1. W. D. McDonald, Jr , cashier of the above-
seekers, and at the same time their Chinese ....................................... 107,475
Since that time it has. on the whole, named bank, do solemnly swear that the above
Silk, Wool or Cotton Hosiery
sinews of general usefulness are Japanese ......................... ...........
statement is true to the best of mv knowledge and
diminished, and in 1890 half the peo belief.
W. D. M c D onald , J b ., Cashier.
strengthened by legitimate support. Civilized Indians ....................
and sworn to before me this 27th dav
Silk or Gloria Umbrellas.
ple of the state were negroes. The of Subscribed
W. M. BAM6EY,
No section, industry, race, sex, or
It is a fact which no one is in position
history of Texas began in 1850, when C orrect —A ttest :
Shoes or Slippers.
to know so well as the country editor color has been omitted; and while London on the 23d, of a complication
28 per cent of her people were ne
J acob W ortman ,
that eastern people have more confi
groes. The proportion increased for [ l . s .J E. N F ord ,
dence in the local newspaper as a tion to-day, in years to come they
source of correct information than will be of priceless value. Under a
Tailor-Made Coats, few left.
cent. Since that time it has dimin
they have in tons and tons of spe carefully guarded glass case in the day from a duck-shooting expedition
ished rapidly, owing largely to im
Boys’ and Youth’s Suits.
cially prepared immigration litera British Museum are a few black- to South Carolina.
migration to the central parts of the
ture distributed by speculators and
state. The history of Arkansas be
real estate sharks. Hundreds of not buy. They are the Domesday- candidate for the populist nomina
in 1820, when a little less than
eastern people seeking to know about booxs, containing the surveys of the tion for president.
of its people were negroes.
A heavy storm raged throughout
this part of Oregon have sent for estates of England, with names of
has increased almost
sample copies of the R epobteb , and the owners of each estate therein, England on Saturday resulting in
that time to the
great loss of life and property.
not a few of them, we have been
present, and in 1890 the negroes
pleased to note, have become resi
Statues of Daniel Webster and formed 27 per cent of the total pop-
dents of the county and permanent preparatory to the general confisca General John Starke were unveiled
subscribers of the paper. We think tion which folowed his accession to at the national capitol on the 20th.
Thus it is seen that in the cotton
You have the nerve, when
it can safely be said that through the the throne. Far more valuable a
the proportion of the negro
money is so scarce, to pay
combiued influence of the county thousand years hence will be the Columbian exposition completed the
element has in nearly all cases in
fancy prices for your
press three-fourths of the increase of census reports now being printed, return trip to Rome on the 22d inst.
creased until a very recent time. In-
population, by immigration, during
Ruth and Esther Cleveland enter- deed, in two or three of them it has
the past six or seven years could be the bound volumes of original sched
the cabinet children on Christ- increased up to the time of the last
traced. We are not opposed to any ules on which they are based, which
with a tree lighted with a census, while in most of them the dim
other method of advertising the schedules will show the name, age,
variety of colored electric lights. inution in the proportion has oc
state and its resources, but while sex, occupation, parentage, nativity,
Queen Victoria for her Christmas curred during the last ten years.
great plans are being laid and devel
Call on me. Look through
served a 100-pound baron of All this indicates in the most unmis
oped in other quarters, it is best not
takable terms a general southward
my Holiday display and get
to forget or overlook the most effect
migration of this race. As com
my prices, and see if I can't
resting on a bed of holly.
ive, economical and legitimate meth
help you somewhat.
Beheading Convict* in Pekin.
The French chambers have voted pared with the whites, the border
The execution of the two Japanese 200,000 francs for the adoption of
groes for the past half century, while
There is a trade sufficient in Ore spies whom we Americans delivered Prof. Hoffman’s blood serum in pub
Win. F. DIELSCHNEiDER,
lic institutions as a cure for diph. the cotton states have continued to
gon to support a willow ware factory
gain until very recently.
The firemen will celebrate the incom-1
and the man who understands the of a man-of-war’s captain accused of theria.
As noted in the summary Mr. Gar
of the new year with a grand ball, j
A crowd of 4000 people determined
business should surely prosper.
Remember that clock in the
nett finds that the negroes prefer ru
The ladies of the D. of H. will give the
to witness the execution cf Stanley
Owing to its bulk the freight rates
window. Some lucky person Is going
ral to urban life- In cities of 8000
to get it.
from the east on this class of goods of the use of the headsman’s sword and Cox, self-confessed murderers,
The workmen have added some fine'
is high and would alone be sufficient here in China. There have been other tore down the enclosure at May-
window Bliades to their hall.
were found in 1860 only 4.2 per cent
to give a handsome profit to a local
nardsville, Tenn., on Saturday.
Prof. Frank Billington of Junction
of the negroes of these States, while
factory. The osier willow used in of the war and for the ordinary
Heavy snow storms on the south of the whites 10.9 per cent were the white population, and the second City is visiting with bis mother this
this work grows even more perfect criminal offenses, and these have side of the Siskiyous for five days of
found in these cities. The violent column the proportion which the ne W. W. Nelson and family of Newberg '
and thrifty in Oregon than in the lent a new interest to the subject, last week blockaded the Southern
gro children in the public schools
«astern 6tates and its toughness even to foreigners resident in China, Pacific trains-on Saturday. At Sis social changes attendant upon the bore to the total negro population of were visiting friends aud relatives here
cannot be excelled. A number oi
son from ten to twelve feet of snow an extensive migration of negroes to these states.
D. V. Olds killed a pig
these willows are now growing a- ments, but seldom witness them or fell.
Negro. this week which weighed, when dressed, i
round the mill pond of J. C. Bonnet,
3.07 225 pounds. How’s that for dry wheat,
of Milwaukee and each year make a so fortunate as to fall in with a dis dered in her house at Topeka, Kan., tion of them found in cities had 1880................................. 18.38
CRUMB PANS and BRUSHES.
doubled, being no less than 8.5 per 1890.........
most extraordinary growth and show tinguished European who witnessed
where she lived alone. The victim's
that Oregon can grow the stock the legal slaughter of a number of eyes will be photographed as a pos cent, while of the whites there were
found 13.1 per cent. In 1830 the pro It is seen from the above table' young physician, and Miss Ruth Dalton,
needed to manufacture all our wil
Don’t forget that we carry a fine line
recently of Lemoor, California, were mar
portion of negroes in the cities had that in 1870 the white pupils consti-,
low ware. There are thousands oi he has given me is so unlike the pop murderer.
ried last Sunday, Bev. H. L. Pratt
decreased to 8.4 per cent, while that
acres of 6wampy laud along the rivers ular idea of the methods of justice
ulation, and that in twenty years officiating. The young couple will go to
of this state that are unfit for agri
this proportion increased to nearly |
recently discovered at Leadville es ing only 12.4 per cent. The census
cultural purposes but would be the substance of it.
2? per cent. On the other hand, the i Harrie A. Littlefield, a young medi
“The official on duty on the morn tablished the fact that the belt ex of 1890 shows a decided increase in negro school children constituted in cal student of Portland is holidaying wlib
natural sod for the growth of the
Plain and fancy sold reasonably cheap
of which I speak, having reached tends at least three miles. The pros the proportion of each race in the 1870 only 3 per cent of all negroes, friends in town this week.
osier willow.— Oregon City Enterprise.
Mrs. Burch of Polk county is visiting Other Holiday Novelties.
pect is that Leadville in 1895 will be cities, that of the negroes being 12
but that in twenty years it has in-i
of a mandarin’s dress—button, neck the largest producer of gold in the per cent and that of the whites being creased to nearly 19 per cent of all with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Munch
of this place this week.
15.7 per cent.
lace, breastcloth, and all—ordered world.
negroes. I he proportion of negro j Wm. Keffer and wife will leave fori
The proportion of criminals among school children increased at a far Hillsboro next week where Mr. Keffer
The fiercest battle yet fought by
Hospital physician — This man
one. The law says that in such cases Japanese and Chinese is reported to the negroes is much greater than more rapid rate than that of the has'secured a position. Dr. and Mrs.
teems to be half dead, and yet I can
Hayes will occupy the house vacated bv
not find anything the matter with the condemned men shall admit their have occurred on the 19th near among the whites. The statistics of white school children, and in 1890 Mr.
guilt, and ask that punishment be Moukden. The Chinese made a des the last census show that tbe white had nearly reached it.
him. Where is he from? Ambu
Jno. F. Derby was on our streets yes
longer deferred. Like almost all perate resistance, but after a five- prisoners of native extraction confin
lance driver—I got him at the door
Mr. Gannett also fiuds that the terday .
good law and almost all good logic in hours fight were compelled to flee, ed in jails at the time that the census
The bright weather of the last few
THE RED FRONT
of the St. Fashion Assembly hall.
China, this regulation is turned into leaving 500 of their men on the field. was taken were in the proportion of negroes marry younger than the davs gave ample opportunities for the
There is a ball going on there. Physi
whites, and that on the average their “kronic krocker” to get in his deadly
The first case to test the constitu 9 to every 10,000 of all whites of na lives are shorter.
cian— Ah, I see. Heprooably stepped mere ceremony and pretense. The
Fred Belcher and sister are visiting
prisoners neither say nor do any tionality of the income tax law has tive extraction, while the negro pris
On a lady’s dress and she said; “Sir!’
with their grand parents hare this week.
been brought in the supreme court of
—-V. y. Weekly.
Joe Beaulieu of Oregon City is spend
A Fine Line of
each one pushes him over, bumps his the District of Columbia. The pe each 10,000 of the negro population.
Wife—The price of the clock was ing bis holidays with relatives here.
Way Up.— Plankington—I under head on the ground, and says ‘Yow.’
Thus it appears that the proportion 810, but I got a discount, so it only J. J Carey, James and Lum Fox re
turned from a very unsuccessful bunting
stand that you bad to go to law about This word, or one with that sound, titioner is John G. Moore, of the firm of negroes was nearly four times as
cost me 88. Husband—Yes, but trip Wednesday.
that property that was left you. means, ‘I want,’ and the presiding of Moore & Schley, of New York. great as for the whites of native ex
you could have got the same thing at
Have you a smart lawyer? Von mandarin understands it to have The complainant is a prominent di traction. It should be added, how
Beezle’s for 85. Wife—That may be,
Bloomer—You bet I have. He owns been uttered by the prisoner, and to
All Seasonable Vegetables.
ever, that the commitments of ne but then Beezle wouldn’t have takeu
the property now.— Judge.
mean‘I want to be punished’ While Company, etc., and proposes to fight groes are for petty offenses in much off anything.
Pumpkins, Turnips, Carrots, Cabbage, Squash,
The country editor’s wife present the official ticks off the man’s name the case through the supreme court greater proportion than among the
ed him with bouncing twins. A week upon the list before him, the man is of the United States. His attorneys whites.
the ground to the man who was jump
afterward the editor said to a friend pressed down upon the ground, and are ex-Senator George F. Edmunds,
In 1860 the number of negroes who
ing on him with a pair of heavy
that he wouldn’t take $10o,0oO for a red cross is painted on the neck. and Shellabargar & Wilson.
CAJ 1 OBTAIN A PATENT f For «
were enrolled in the schools of the
u T n TTn
fei «PÆ'PSv’HU to
those, but he wouldn’t give ten cents This is done in order that the right
South was absolutely trifling. Since
tions Btrlctly confidential, A Handbook^ rn’
for any more. We are reminded oi head may be fitted upon the right
A young maD, fresh from college, the abolition of slavery the number
Figs, Dates, Dried Apples and Prunes
tSStTi.«11 concerning Patents and bow to
an editor who declared that his can body afterwards, if proof of the wore as a scarfpin a jeweled gold has increased with the greatest ra game.”
Put up in the choicest manner.
didate for county judge was a great man’s death is required for official potato bug. One day he called the pidity. This is shown by the follow Bob—What did the lecturer say
er statesman than Washington. entry.
attention of an old German book ing table, which relates only to the when you threw those cabbages at
“You can't prove that!” said one of
“The prisoner thus painted is seller to it, asking, “isn’t that pret I inhabitants of the former slave him? Dick—Oh, he said he had worm, s J a
, Bect free_
his hearers. “Prove it?” he replied, pulled away to the execution ground, ty, Dutchy?” “Ja, ja,” was the re . states. The first column shows the hoped the audience would be pleased,
in disgust; “my dear fellow, I don’t where the headsman is heating his ply, “dat ish der piggest pug on der proportion the white children en- but he really hadn’t expected they
need to; he admits it himself.”
swords in a great caldron of hot wa- schmallest botato I haf efer seen.” | rolled in the public schools bore to would entirely lose their heads.
Just Received :
A. New Line of Hoys’ and Youth’s
Clothing, very cheap, and will be
pleased to show them to those seek
ing such goods during the Holidays
A. J. APPERSON
Some of the things he has to sell:
Rogers' Plated Ware.
Roasting Pans for Turkegs.
O. O. HODSON
Suitable for The
C. M. WEED