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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (June 25, 1880)
Corner Ferry and First Sitettt.
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Hie . Express.
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I5v-ly" 'Twas'jiist a familiar way
I liavl ;1.-a" 'aliiC''io Iira.lVo'" "
" iJ,vii will my knight-errant
"ifftlfwi Hour. ti r -
i. .7 .' 7a
oi lOI-" I ana tne mir nps psiuwi,
nartialTv ii uiY''atu-rit regret, T hoped,
and jartlallj,'.! knew, in i daring as,
sumplMiiafi'.at it would hi a long time
for kaJH -
"Don't speak so ironically, Madge
Somevs'T't': pleaded. "The idea of!
me beM-Ab&-U stay away on.ly' a half;
, - ,
li0ur ie, staliou-niaster and tele-.
graph"oppr4or'rf the Txliigh road !"
' IHh -position ' slw laughingly
iuteirut3eAJ,'resting her liav.3 upon my
the way, Johr
traiiscendant talents and .raise your sal
ary."11 t-1 '
I laTrg!iM--c..mldi.'t do anything
else artliiSj : :, matter-of-fact speech;
Just llfce per. Spoken in tun of coursed
but than tiiere- was earue&t meaning in
her tene.1 ,Youl too the old captain, her
lather he was' smoking out on the
porch'tlieii--ljaJ hgreed that Madge
ight 1jc-c.m'e mite as soon as the Le-
high rad fouud, nie woi th fifty Uol
Iars mftAW.A WtercnpoM , I had sol-.t
cmtily vowed that that chonld be in
the Aotrjf'porsib1e time vowed it
more strongly ievery hour that I wor
Ehippfdj atj ..yx'sjiiru-e. , Iul the Lel.igu
road didn't understand the matter, eo
I mustr slave at the old salary, and be
coutcnt'wtlh Lope -and Madge's loy
altv. . ,
"Eipregs.will be ahmg, John, in ten
minutes," said the old captain, as I
atepped-AO th porch.
It "vas. genfloy reminder that busi
ness Was bllMllCSS.
"OMv-'C' I s'houted back, tor I was
already at jthe.gat. .Only a tiunJred
yardu to , iLe ; station, and I ran the
I unlocked tlie door ot the waiting
room.1BlDav,is were cutting shorter, and
it was altgady dark. I swung out tlie
white light, j It meant to Bill, the cn
ginecxii 4heeicpjess, thai all was ee
reue,;and.',fet her drive."
1 stejirled to the ' inner ' office. The
'iimtuime't'E" .' was" calling, but I' paid
no Lec4,tJy to iiote that the tellow
at Lucerne was waking :op Bub over
in Frankfeoi. : Yet, all ot a sudden,
certaW'lette'rt'- reached my ears, and
stuck tPe'r1': " ""' '
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"Murder 1" .said I.
"i'rrialiy the express,"., foliowed
over a.be-'wites.. ' ! .' ... i .
What did- that fellow in Lucerne
meau ,i"A! uew j3udi but he sarely was
not cra'-j:' a . ,
Then I : tiegau ; : blamjng myself for
not pyii better attention. - Too late
tor that, though : I rausl call Jim, pver
at A6bland an .old chum of mine,
whom Inight- preyumii to disturb at
any timeatid witli " tlie. most trifling
tpiesUtfbg.-" We often talked on theme
of less importai.ee than murder.,
"What" tle deuce is the mat
ter ?-'wI(bii murdered ? and what
about the Express ?".! asked him.
In two minutes his answer came tick
ing back :
"Ir4,p,a Vjis..pf . the First' .XaVional,
inurdrii tii irty minutes ago,. at lu
cerne. ' Big'i&Buefy', ar.3 Idts of re gard!
Murderripappcwd x iiave lelt on 'the
express. She LSI jtjgdue;'byr Bully
be the boy that ets him." y
"'iWVbo--',i:-,Eaid.,I.', to myself.
"TLrsee'mlnbteS and she'll be here."
I swung out the red light, the signal
of danger, though I'Tjalut quite made
up my mi.l what to do.' - ' '' ,
I Iear3 Ifie "old captaiu oalnng 'from
over te. jTyay,' 1 iTh is h igb,. pi'puig ' voice,
"John, what's up !" bat there wasn't
time for couversatiou ; the scream of
the wshtUxproBi wasringiug . "through
the trailer, andr the next instant , she
turned the curve ai:d -a me thundering
"Wont Bill be astounded ?" I could
not help muttering,-&kL hoard rlris sud
den, signal i to (luwo oiakea. There
came a kiud of defiance "from i ; the" Le-Ligh-BIeteoi'
a - harsh Kireecli and
then it teemed a groan, as it every fiber
af her iion Fyslem was bein racked
But the spirit that ru'ed
was strong mil-! triumphing - over
matter I Excuse
these remarks. . I
) pern tor,
I. with a meaner salary, lias
no right to
! such luxuries. ;
A hundred yard through tlie gloom
I caught sisrht ot Bill's head and neck,
50 J the latter appendage, naturally of good
L ! length, now ctretclied to its utmost from
" j the Meteor's box, aud his smoke-be-
t Timed face all aglow with an anxious
.' ,nieTmei!t nd eo"ncernI .
WKnt ti 11 !1 -I:I-k IP pml tlirnnorli
the eathertnir darxnef.
j "Corne down from diere 1" I shouted
i back. " Don't yoit remember how you
used to worry the lite out ot old gog-
g!es with your mimicking ?"
'Jaek Koherts, you're a "
I "Jo inside ; I'll see you in one mo-
j 1 "llello, over , there !" shouted con-
j ductor ltamson, from, the .platform, ot
j the rear car. '
I .- "Tlie tiame
answered I, walking i
.!. .'i-.- i
: aioi:g tr.e iracs. i
"What djes all this meanK Huberts''" j
lie anxiously asked. . ,
Jut then a car window was raised
directly over our heads.
"Paymaster's car will be along in
tive minutes, and I'm to hold
t!ie switch till they 'pass." Then drop-
. . 1 ,.
! pmg my voice to
a whisper "uot a
j word, come in."
4,Iack," began the irrepressible Bill
meanwhile eyeing me as -he would a
"It's all light boys," I interrupted ;
"'no lime to wa.-te. Lord Davis, ot the :
First National, was murdered and 10b
bed not leu minutes before your train
left Lucerne. His murderer is probably
aboard ihtV express Anyway I want
to see. Orders have 'been" seiit along
the line,'M rattled on, "that officers
may nab him in I-'faukfort-i but why
riot honor this station bv making it the
j scene of capture ? It would read big
! 'murder will out jusLice . aided by j
three very modest agents -reward "
That would sound nicely, and the road j
might do ti e right thing, to' faithful j
and efficient, you know ;" and I j
thought of the captain and Madge, as I j
looked earnestly into the face of Bill
"But you have no name, description, j
?i , i
'"Never mind," replied I, undai.iited. i
"But we have an . advantage over
Fra. kfort fellow may jump the train
theie ; make it up at Lucerne, 1 Han
"So; attached a sleeiier and one ;
. . .1 t J . 1 i
asm 1 know tliem all ; out tne coacn is I
liiiou n.ai sHitu.iiu . i
excitedly interrupted ;
pans out sweet j
yOI,ly ol,0 claim to work here's j
my p. an
'Jn. k vour the da rl ins: of my heart!"
I had explained my plan, and Bill !
HJted it so did Kaiisom.
I boarded the coach from one side,
and Conductor Ransom from the. othei.
Bill had already entered, and was "oor.
nered" and in darkness.
As I swung my lantern, I dare say
my hand trembled a bit. But no one
noticed. As tor my voice, that must
have worked all right, since Bill after
ward ar-9tnel ' me. "It would have
driven terror and - remorse iuto the
licart ot a tenpenny nail !"
, Swinging the lantern Ligh, that it
might cast it rays., upon . as many
as possible, I cried out in a loud
voice, making the words ; ting out as
quick and startling as a modest agent
: "Can airy one tell whether President
Lord Davis, of the First National
Bank ot Lucerne is aboard ?" '
There wai no reply only 'the Jim.
patient, wheezy, snorting of the Meteor,
eager to bo on its way came back in
echtV.. . ." .-, - - - - -
Iir voluutarily my eye rested on the
man wIkj sat - by - the opejj window.
Perhaps I Lave always thought so
tm started when that name, , suddenly
tn the gloom of mght, sounded ou his
ears. I watelied hinu . ,, . -.
I walked slowly down tLe aisle. !"
"Do you kiibvi President Lord T)a
vii?"I suddenly asked, turuii g square
ly on him. , 1' . :K.r ,. . . ,.;
He. winced, beneath my: piercing gaze
but,' then, it-migbt hare - been only
:lhe Btiddenness -of my "maimer 'that
startled L'im."' Theu lie got better con-,
trol of himself, and g'aring suspiciously
at ms.'growletl back.'.'NoJ" j,, ,,riJ
lie pulled his slouched hat over his
eyes. He wanted to look like a man
bored 'by impertinences'.' ;,; ' ' ' '
But T Was tot' 60 easily satisfied.
The ticking of the "instrument" still
rang in ; my ears. , f5iurderer proba
bly on the express." . - r-.f-K t ?
i "Car. il: be possible that.: President
Lord Davis is uot aboard ?" I again
aked. " "'','.'''.'".'''. '.
- -There came a groan from that - dark
eorner. 1 confens that, prepared as I
was, it sent a chill to my veiy bones.
It was,not a tivrn a dying or poor
wounded soul, (Hill had greatly im
proved oh iny; hints), but as it the dead
had been summorled back from piWga
torial fires. ' ,'
It remiudeil mo ot the ghost of Hani
let's father, walking uneasily t'e earth
until vengeance asid justice had been
done. It was -terrible. Bill Hender
son could have made his fortune on the
stage with that groan.
, The man ot the slouch liat. sprang
lrom his seat. Hn face was under the
glare of my lantern. His- eyes were
turned to a' leaden hue, as if the blood
had deserted' the Buckets, and his cheeks
were deadly pale. lie quickly caught
the window-sill , with his tremblinr
hands, and he trkd to balance him- jb'
self or he would l ate talleii, as, with I . Adversity .ns thU one great blessins
, ... , 't. . " cither deprives vn enMiely ov friends, or
horror-Gtucki'ti agony in every feature ,, , , . ...
j reduces tlie nnmber down so low that yn
ot his face, he turned and wildly look- kno who thev nre. -:
back into the gloomy -corner. ' .
"I arreMt you for the murder of Lord
i was tuning u.e oia captain Uiai.
night all about it how we found not
much under five thousand dollars on
i .v - .. . .,
(the muruerer nerson. with mnnv ntlir
evidences ofguilt ; how Bill and Kan
some had taken him on to Fiankt.nl
and pledged themselves to see it
; , " , ' ' " , . ,
i through ; and Low .Dually 1 tell sure ot
a good thing.
I "Ainl you deservo it, tfto, my boy,"
j hearti-y intennpttd the old man.
j I tell you it did me a world of good
j to Snd him' agreeing with Madge about
I in curiciucf.", me uiu inan was
1 scant wilii his compliments.
1 . r ,i ..ii ... .
Then he added :
"Go ahead, John. Talk it over
with Madge. I'm agreed. I know
i the Lehigh Koad will , see you
i And they did, and I went ahead.
! Three months from that time Made i
and I were married.
Secretary Thompson and party stail
Fpeud a few weeks m eight-seeing.
The Republican Convention of Indi
ana, which met at Indianapolis on the
17th, nominated Hon. Albeit G. For-
i ler for Governor, and Thomas Ilanua.
of putl;an fijr Lieoteiiailt GVC-11WI.
T he mention of Garfield' name by the
j : . . . "?
I rli ItVit. rf I lii I i ill vrtiil (t til nt-,,i(iifnn
enthusiastic and prolonged eheerii:g. !
Indiana will cast her electoral vole for
i Garfield and Arthur.
Census enumerators claim ! that i
... , , , ;
niiirton will diow . a population ot j
HO.OOO, and the District of Columbia
i -,uo.' an i
crease ot over 40S0C0
since the last census.
Senator Cuiover Tlt-nul.lii-a.n ,.i,1L 1
.,ate 0i,vpril,,r ot Ft)r;.la. U rnnfi. !
i ' t
Uie Slat0 wiu carrieti b
i the IJepublicans.
John'a Mortim has been appointed
surveyor of customs tor the district
Cachin Pasha, formerly Minister 0fi
War, left Egypt on the 16ih without a
passport from the Egyptian Govern,
men!, having previous')' obtained nat
uralization .is an Italian subject wi;h
oul the permission of the Egyptian Gov.
ernment or the Porte, thus placing un
der the protest ion of the Italian Gov.
ernment his immense property which,
it is generally supposed, 'belongs to the
Khedive. The Khedive has. issued a
decree ordering his degradation, dis
missing Lim . from his appointment in
t'e Egyptian army, and forbidding
his return to Egypt,
According to a telegram of the 17th,
trouble has commenced in Buencs Ayres.
The King and" Queen opened the
Brussels Exposition on the lClh witli
On the 17lh, at Berlin, the prizes" for
the Berlin Fish Exhibit were distribut
ed. Professor Baird, ot ' the.' Smithso
nian Institute, IT. S., was awarded the
first honorary " prize. ' The' TJnited
States received a gold medal aiid an
address. Prof. Baird spoke, eulogizing
Emperor William, concluding by pro-'
posing three cheers for tho Emjieior,
which were given enthusiastically. -
Tliey Jiave some precious hoodlums at
Salem who arc candidates for future pun
ishment and tlie titat .penitentiary, .nota
bly Cook and Charley l'ircy. The Stnttm
Vnrnisays: Last Sunday week they stole three
horses from Indian Pete, who is camped
near tlie depot, and riding over into ' Polk
county,: stole .two saddles from a ; farmer's
barn, and then rode, on lo tlie Grand Bonde
reservation. They then rode bacK to
Amity, where "they were discovered by
the owner of the stolen horses. Tbey-ie-turned
to this city and were arrested by
Officer, TaflV Yesterday they lwd a 1 tear
ing before Justice Coffey, and were bound
over in the sum of . $250 ' each to appear
before the Grand Jury, - n "
TThere are 00,000 locomotives in the !
-.United . States, ancl each coutaina2,8(j0
different pieces, requiring - renewal' every
ten or twelve year.. Tliisvotijveys a o-
lion ot the industries which rallj-oad? filter.
Josb Kllllus" Iii!oophy.
The man who nVarrys ("or bnty has got
hut little more kapital in his wile than his
uabors have ; lie wlio marries lor money
has got a constant payiu investment
Mi dear youth, he sweet at nil times ;
uiol'-issis not only in vires, flies, but stieks
them fast when they arrlye.
The only way to define luv is to fall in
luv, and then you will have more trouble
in ilcti.iinj; nilian ever.
An old pliellow of 70 ded in luv with a
maid of 1,8 is nz helples? az a lost doi-g.
IJe who is out ov the rench ov praise is
out ov the reaIi ov impi-oveinent.
l'eifeknnn iz dredphul skarse in this
world we don t even find it in uatur,
niiK'li less 'among hnmanity. -.
Habits are simply natur in harness.
'J'his ain't a bad (Tetiiiishun for human
Iiappincss sumthing to do the cheerful
doing ov it and then gitling pay for the
i Slo gains niiike solid wealth, but living
, dimply to make money is -the meanest Jite
i cuiiv man kanleuJ.
There aie people wn ain't satisfied :
,; with tnlkinsa man to letl, hut will hang
MrouiHMl. korpse for u hour afterwards
; inutteritic to themselves.
i : ;
I The Walla YVulla .fifcsi' sav :
j yyuir ii me uiosi iiiieieini yet sati slants ,
'it n... ... s . .? 1
j that could occur, took place din insj t!
march ot tne imicral procession ot the late
ir. .c-iaiK, v . j , at the garrison jester
day. A band of cavalry horses were on
the ground grazing, and when the funeral
cortege caught their eyes, they followed it j
all along the bank to the cemetery. 'o !
effort of the 'attendants were sufficient
to drive t hem a way until the set vice was
over, when they voluntarily wandered off.
An engineer ot the N. I. It. K., left I
Fort Siincne last week acconijianied by two !
Indian pni'ies in quest or anoriKT pass in
the Cascades. The pass discovered by
Engineer White presents 'many advau
t.ijes, ai:d in comparison with several
passes on tlieU. I. and O. I, roads oilers
a grade more easily overcome.
The -new court house at Walla
gniiijr ahead, using about $.S,00D now in
hand, and drawing warrants the Vniun
snys lor the balance. The walls are to
Ik-put up nd roof on by Xov. Ifiih.
Five tlifmsaiid ilollars is offered for th old
The editor of a newspaper that has
adopted phonetic spelling received a postal
card from an o'd subscriber hi the country
which read as follows : "I have tuk your
paper for leveu years, but it j-on Kant spel
any berter tliar. yon have been doin fur the
last too months you may jes stoppit."
Vi-itors to Astoria are recommended by
tlie AzUiri-m l inn iirciiarcd to cneour tcr
cold weather and thick tog.
Aiirircw's Ruz.Tr lor Jnne.
Is a sniierb iiiunber. rich in iltntra:i ons
sparklinjj in literary matter and perfect .as
a t is!iiou journal. All lailies are int r,st-
v,i i,, , ,iu. ivi,.a vi,ii.. m. ..t...,.-
illnsti-atol in Amheic's Vuz'tr are in the
lx't Ki-iia-Ii ii'nl A ii,t-i'iir.ii nif-hl.- tli. Mim
of the iHibli.-her seems to lie to avoid
extremes, and to jrive only those styles
, II llll II .HIT V ll-.-'IV, 11 C I1JI1.1 (I IIIC tlllll.
... tl.,o Li. r.oi.,lt. tf.- r,,.-;.,.., ..
l "' hisg.-at journal will be well.
vet not fussily, (iresscii. The children will
be just carri' d awav" wii h the storv of
'The Unppv Family." In slim t. 11 those
popular null pleasing things which no to
make up a n'HVj fuitilv naner are well nre-
! sented in Ant'Tntc's litiztr. Ladies should
send Id-, for a samplu copy to
The railroad to the top of Mount Vesu-
vin-s Is completed, and. providing there be
mi trruoi iuii, my ii i c;iu iii.iuu u ten
minutes. Seme ingenious Yankee should
now Jevise a inethod of getting down on
the inside a few thousand feet. It will
soon be nothing to say that yon have been
on the top of the volcano ; but to proudly
a?sert that you have been on the inside
will be something worth bragging about.
Imagine the feelings of a nervous man who
should be lowered on the inside a couple
of thousand feet, and then discover that tho
wire cable at the crater had quietly parted.
The German small boy is not to be al
lowed to smoke in the streets. It has bpen
found by experiment that the habit of
smoking among boys under 13 years of
age h is h id so ruinous an effect upon
tlieir health that there is serious langr of
a lack of able-bodied recruits for Itisuiarck's
battalions.' It would be a pious thing for
this country if a similar edict were en
forced here, and it would do much to cut
down the criminal statistics, and reduce
the number of eases ot nervous exb.nl'tiou.
. Tlie Russian empire expels Evangelists
and tlie French Kepublio the Jesuits.
There is a great deal ot human nature iu
French : and llussians, Republicans and
Imperialists, Orthotics and Greeks. At
the bottom they awl the rest of mankind
are very much of a sameness. .,
Superlative cheek Ben Hill taunting
Wady Hampton with having been a rebel !
Mesd.ivues Ilerren & Van Cleve ore en
gaged in the manufacture ot ladies furnish
ing gotnls. children's clothing, all kinds of
.work in embroidery, bryiiling, etc., and
will promptly fit! orders tor all work en
trusted, to them on uiost reasonable terms
Iiiilius are invited to call at their shop, at
.present nt the residence ot Mrs. Ilerren,
on Ferry " between Second 'and 'Third
streets, and leave their orders. They
guarantee satisfaction. :
Kcw Uwepy Finn.
Mr. I. C. Dickey has. purchased a half
interest with Jason Wheeler in tho livery
and teed stables on corner of Ellsworth and
Second streets, and they lmve added new
teams, buggies, etc., and can accommodate
those who wisli nicti. sale, easy riding and
good traveling -, turnouts, at i.iir . rates.
Give the new Arm, a call, ivlieti your desire
a pleasant ride over tho prairie' or " else
where after a good span of goers. 3S
For men iii every vocation of life ; tor Boy
Hats, Caps, Boots,
Prices always Low, and the Best Goods; forlhHfjiie;
Albany, Cash Clothing; Storei: rZfrZ'A ".. '-;v-y-::-"''-';-iV-;
fir rmtHtrfl- f rll"T T i i r i i n n i inni - - - ' ' '' "" '
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Over OHE THOUSAND izz Use
asvaa bo'hvji soj
YuwiBtfjl SumBujt uaXz tqx
ifl o jiiV(iita-o out o I
nodtt irf -f T-'M IIC ' T
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fcojn 4! Korxvaa.j axiiair oui oj
ijn uoiiAi tgiin.)t -f -c--
wb 9Tfl onoc u( bir.cci
i Jo sMoq sf;ninv m ao 'I'O.ioiu
ox MiM otlvuinauj jo 'ppiuhjus
oAmt f Hii.K( Any XlflA- Mnoit X.itAo H
in Alioqouio jut popooa S( u.iuiu'X
tnwntmoAi Xnimba ojn imntiuii ununM
nil ln iimijl untmin uodu ni,).li,i sii w",
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-nuiinoa am ti piui utxt Aj uiki
o ainnia pn HaaV nTijtjKfI g re
apxl vtuajx.ijo umoj Xjao aoj puin
jo .ioiioj; & joj ooimiioa ojks vu oiufj
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in every stnge of growth ; conic and sec
we can sed. .
& Shoes, and Gents'
Yours Truly, "
FOl HAT .TH X3"3Z"
The Great Carriage Manufacturing Hous of the
EMERSON, FISHER A
material, Good Workmanship, fiIandsont tatflc
, und Durable Vehicles. in Etcrj" Ttct-pcct.'-
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5I.VE ATI'KEI 111 EMEilfiOS, FIMIKB A CO., AKE SOW
1'All T OF THE AUUCA. HISTl-UST.
Thev Kive iinfnlllnirsftiitfaotion. All thoir wort
nml from nil mots of tin- country of puiptH't slioilur to I lie lollowliiK, IuukIix'
' Messrs. Kwersijs. Kikiik Co.: : v
I liHve nwu one of your Ton Bumrie three ynr. and three of I iiin two"'
stulile. ami they hav Ki-:n me jieifeet Bullsfactlon nnd am In euntant itse, f .)ir.
3Iers. tVifeooK & Ji ihns : - . NfcwnBKKV. ti'L?
Iuar Sin I liave Ihhmi miiii tlie Knieiion A Fisher Kuirirv I iKiulit froiO-
KWipoiM?. as any one eonlfl. I liail H fattl horso, ilrove Mm at full spt'l. sonvjilljt i
dies ami iiivnelf in Hut liivje v. nnd it is t"-Jny wortu all Umkimouy I eaJ.'
crson A.FisWr Ihiaraies will do. ii
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