The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18??, October 01, 1880, Image 4

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ol'ow-insr named gentlemen are atrthor
ic'lve and receipt for subscriptions
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DAY OCT. 1. 18S0
Tlie Time to Part.
'TIs our love's noon of glory,
You say with smiling face ;
Xot yet the wondrous story
For U3 grows commonplace.
Then, dear lips, reach and kiss me,
And, fond arms, hold me so ;
For now, when yon will miss me,
Is the time for roe to go.
Xav, tiny, I am not cruel
Speak not to chide or bin me ;
But now, wheVi lips are fuel,
And now, when kiss is flame.
Before dreams lose their splendor,
Or ennni finds the heart
That is so fond and tender,
Is the time for us to part.
'Tts better to feel borrow.
And part with tears this morn.
Than to wait nntil to-morrow.
And part with hate and scorn.
TSs better to go grieving
With many a tond regret,
Than to deter the leaving
Till the sun of love has set.
'TIs better to remember
Our love-year in its bloom.
Than to wait nntil November.
Dull-sklcd and full ot gloom.
'Tis better to go freighted
With our passion, full of grace,
Than to wait till we are sat-d
And our love grows commonplace.
Then, dear lips, reach and kiss me,
And, fond arm?, clasp me so ;
For now, when you will miss me,
Is the time lor me to go.
Ella Wheeler.
A Miner a Luck.
1t. Vernon (O.), July 14. A case
coinciding with the romantic incidents
narrated in the story of Enoch Arden has
leen brought to light in this county. Al
though the parties most interested have
tried to keep the matter quiet, yet your
correspondent has gleaned the facts in
the case, which are as follows : In
the month of February, 1S54, Madison
Robeson married Miss llettie J. White, ot
Howard township, this county, and lived
happily with her for five years. The fruits
of the marriage were three boys. During
the gold-mining excitement ot 1S59 Kobe
son got the " fever" and left for the West
to seek his fortune, his objective point
being Pike's Peak. At first he wrote at
regular intervals long and interesting
letters, giving glowing descriptions ot the
country acl his prospects ; then life letters
came less frequently and. finally ceased to
come at all. Years rolled by and nothing
was heard of the derelkt husband or his
whereabouts. His family concluded that
he was dead and had either met with some
mining accident or had fallen a victim to
the vengeance ot the red man. Then a
Philip Kay put in an appearance and
sought Mrs. Kobeson's hand in marriage.
She finally consented, aud after a lapse ot
fourteen years from the time her husband
left was married to Philander Marlow,
and left with her new husband and her
children for Iowa, where they purchased a
email farm near uecoran, ana took up
their residence there. Her second husband
died two years alter their removal to Iowa
Her sons have growu up to manhood ; one
of them is married and with his mother is
still living on their little farm near
Decorab. A few days ago a stranger ar
rived in this place, who proved Enoch
Arden like, to bo the long lost Robeson
From his, j. n. am less, a
business man here, be learned the wherea
bouts ot his wife and her second marriage.
Robeson tells a romantic story of his wan
derlngs and adventures, and of hU luck
and ill-luck. He says that after leaving
this county he went direct to the Pike's
Peak country and engaged in mining
there, but after ft short stay left for Califor
nia. There be was not successful aud left
for British Columbia, but in a short time
returned to California. When he arrived
In San Francisco he found a letter there for
him from a former mining companion
who had gone to Australia. He acceded
to the request of his old chum and left tor
.--Australia, where he resided for several
years, was successful, aud accumulated
several thousand dollars. He then determ
ined to- return to- this conntry and to his
family. Arriving in California he was led
Into unfortunate speculations and lost all
the money lie had saved in Australia. He
' then returned to mining and worked seven
yeaf in the mines in Nevada, . Idaho and
Wyoming. Two years ago, when the
Leadville mining excitement broke oat, he
left for that place and located and worked
what proved to be rich claims. He now
owns twenty residences In that city and
runs a large hotel and livery stable, and is
worth $300,000. He claims that he wrote
several letters home, but received no
answers, and concluding that his family
was either dead or had lelt the country, he
ceased writing. He left yesterday for
Iowa, to see bis family, make atonement
for his conduct, and hare them rejoin him
and enjoy the luxuries attendant upon his
large fortune. Cleveland Herald.
Tbe Sehnauu Expedition.
Kew Bedford. Mass., Sept. 23. Mem
bers of the expedition headed by Lieut.
Fred Schwatkn, which sailed from New
York June I, 1878, for Baffin's Bay and
King William's Land lor the purpose of
peeking further data upon the fate of Sir
John Franklin, have arrived. Tliongh the
special object of the search, recovery of the
records of the Franklin expedition, which
according to Esquimaux testimony, vere
known to exist at specified points, was not
attained, the explorers huve nevertheless
obtained many relics ot the Franklin party,
including the remains of Lieut. Irving.
They have, moreover, carried out to the
letter the instructions of the promoter of
the expedition, to " make it a geographi
cal suecess." The largest sledge ride on
recoru. Dotn in regiru to time and space,,
has been achieved In the face of phenomen
ally cold weather and deprivation of cus
tomary food. Important rivers and coasts
have been discovered, and serious errors on
former charts have been corrected. The
adventures of the Schwatka expedition add
p:iges of interest to the romance of a relic
exploration and furnish all the world is
ever likely to know of the fate ot Sir John
Franklin. The conduct of Capt. Barry, of
the Eathan in reference to the supplies of
food Intended to be deposited for the ex
pedition, is unaccountable and needs
explanation, as the aleence of these sup
plies on their return came near proving
fatal to Lieut. Schwatk's party. The
result of the expedition has shown that It
is feasible for white men to adopt them
selves to the. climate and life of the Esqui
maux in prosecuting journeys in polar
regions, ai.d they are not necessarily
restricted to any season ot the year for that
purpose, but can travel at any time aud !n
the same nay which natives travel.
A Mistake.
A western editor, whose style of writing
was calculate ! to arouse people to deeds of
gore, being himself not much on the muscle
found it necessary to keep a lighting editor,
aud he h;id a speaking tube connected with
the heeler's room to call him when danger
required. One day a gentleman whom the
editor had referred to as a ' "cross-eyed
dromedary," came in to request a correc
tion, and as the fighting editor was out he
didut respond to the signal of distress,
and while the editor and his visitor were
on the floor under the desk, the former
agreed to correct and the . irate m:in left.
Pretty soon a gentleman trom the rural
districts came in to give the editor a big
squash arid get a notice, aud about that
time the fighting editor returned, aud a
boy in hi room told him that the boss
wanted help. The man was quick to re
spond, and dashing into the chief's room
and seeing the latter in a somewhat dis
ordered condition, the result of his previous
visit, he thought the countryman was the
cause of it and clinched him, and after
staving up some furniture, ran the victim
across the street to where an empty hearse
was standing in front of an undertaker's
shop. Into the vehicle he jammed the
farmer and shut the door. The commotion
lie had created scared the horses and. they
started off on a dead run. People soon
noticed the runaway and ran after it, and
were shocked at beholding the hearse col
lide with a post and become a total wreck,
and their horror at seeing a human body
precipitated to the sidewalk was only
equalled by their amazemens at seeing it
spring nimbly to its feet and takcofl across
the conntry yelling murder. They thought
it was an attempt to bury a man alive, and
part of them went and got the undertaker
to lynch him, while the rest pursued the
farmer, who was found hiding in a swamp.
And after he wa3 brought in it took over
three hours to get matters explained, and
then the farmer went liefure a J nstice of
theTeace and made affidavit that he hoped
to be struck by lightning if he ever enter
ed a newspaper office again.
It is only when a man pawns his watch
that he realizes how little money time is
France has only 40.000.000 hens, with
only 5.000,000 women to throw things a
"There n a time for work and a time tor
play," but it's unevenly divided among
different people.
A contented mind, it Is said. Is a contin
ual feast. Give us the feast, and the con
tented mind will folio .v-.
An Indiana editor refers to his "esteem
ed contemporary, the foul-mouthed, black
guardly sheet over the way."
If you happen to encounter an imperti
nent hotel clerk. conole yourself with the
thought that he is inn offensive.
Few persons would hesitate to Iny down
life's burden it they didn't fear the- devil
would pick it up.
We presume that pork is a favorite diet
in Utah ; at least almost every other man
has his spare rib at dinner.
The man who gets maddest at a news
paper squib is usually the fellow who bor
rows the paper he reads it out of.
Artificial teeth are now made of cellu
loid, containing considerable quantities of
camphor ; they come nearer .to the gums
than other teeth.
Murat Halstead of Cincinnati is taken
for Joaquin Miller when in Boston, and
for Eh Perkins when in Hartford, and b's
cause for sorrow is deep.
George Eliot says that she admires a
genial, whole-souled man.' Oh, Georgle !
why didn't you tell us before you struck a
trade with old Cross ?
It is said that Gesler did not command
William Tell to shoot an apple off his son's
bead, because there were no apples in
Switzerland at that time.
A South End man asked a one-armod
organ grinder if he was survivor of the late
war, anl the organist replied : " Hang it,
do I act as though I was killed in it ?"
A Boston believer iu Bob Ingersoll says :
If a man smites you on one cheek turn to
him- the other and whack him over the
head with whatever comes handy."
You can disguise the nailmarks of petty
shortcomings, but you can't putty the
knotholes in the fence of a mean dis
Several plates of ice-cream
And a piece of cake
Make the finest kind of
Modern stoinach-achu.
It is said Vice-Prestdent Wheeler cured
himself of stammering by holding a peach
stone in his mouth. He knew if hs hesi
tated in his speech the peach stone
was lost.
The New Orleans Times finds the fol
lowing on an alleged tombstone :
Saet -was tlie fate of Zachariah Blumm ch,
Kicked by a mule 9 times in the stomach ;
His soul went to hevven In the gloaming.
Richard Henry Stoddard, who was at
one time a hard-working molder, with
every prospect ot a successful life, is now
one of the most notorious and confirmed
poets in this country.
In what condition was the patiiarcfi
Job at the end of his life ?" asked a Sun"
day-school teacher of a quiet-looking boy
at the foot of the class. " Dead," calmly
replied the quiet looking boy.
" I have three children who are the very
image of myself." "I pity the youngest,"
replied his Interlocutor. Why ?' "Be
cause he is the one who will have to
resemble you the longest.'!
A Maine school teacher captnred.thirty
thrce cuds of gum from her pupils in one
day, and it was a rainy day at that.
Detroit Free Press. Most any school
teacher can do that if she but chews.
A regular physician is now in attend
ance at every performance in Uaverly's
Fourteenth street Theater, New York.
This has been the custom in the leading
Paris and London theaters.
Now it is Rev. S. F. Smith who " just
threw off a tew lines and thought perhaps
the editor could fix it. He says substan
tially that when he speaks of "My Country,
'fis of Thee," and it wasn't much of a
day for countries eilher.
The sun is down, but backward sends
His parting rays of red ;
The child its day of pleasure ends,
And trundles off to bed ;
And softly o'er the eastern hill
Conies the translucent moon.
Anil as one chair they each do fill,
The lovers sit and spoon.
A man in Iowa has been arrested for
assaulting his wife, and he was found gull
ty, even though it was shown that he only
stuffed her month full of putty when lie
wanted to go to sleep. Do we men have no
rights at all ?
"Take the elevator" is inscribed on the
fence of an Iowa meadow. A curious
traveler who climbed the fence dieovere.l
In about ten seconds tnat the elevator is of
a dark brindle color, with a curl iu the
middle of his forehead.
Upon the summer's cheek a tint
Of tenderer pallor lies.
We read a soft, unspoken hint
Of death within her eye.
And much the same prophetic shade.
Pathetic, strange and mute.
Falls o'er the trousers slightly frayed.
Ot the young man's summer suit.
" Oh. pshaw !" petnantly exclaimed
Miss Lydia Languish, looking up from the
hist new novel in response to a summons
from her mother to come and assist in pre
paring dinner. ' Oh. pshaw ! I am just
where Edward de Courcey Montalber; is
about to propose to the Lady Ethelinda
Adele St. Clair, and wish dinners had
never been invented !" Aud the look of
supreme disgust that flashed from her eye
showed that sfie meant it.
The hoy stood on the second base,
With cotton cloth his thumb.
Was bandaged, til! it really looked
Like a minatiire Krupp gun.
Two men out. he would not stir ;
The captain grew quite hoarse.
He loudly yelled at that small boy.
Who never stirred, of cour-e.
But hark ! What fearful sound is that ?
The boy. O where is lie ?
Quite easily ho reaches home
On a hit ot bases three.
A Easterly Stroxe of Ucnlus.
The other day a muscular young fellow,
having nn otlor of the stable about him,
entered a Detroit photographer's estahlish
ment nud explained that he would 1 ike to
have about one photograph taken, but on
learning the price he concluded to invest
in a tin-typo. After taking his scat in the
chair he shut one eye, drew his mouth
around one Mde. stuck up his nose, and
patiently waited for the operator, whose
astonishment caused him to explain.
"Good gracious ! but you don't wanl
to look that way lor a picture. Xobody
will know you from Sitting Hull."
"You go ahead," was the reply.
"Do you want me to take such a
as that?"
' "I do."
Tlie artist took it. It beat Sol. Smith
Rusell all to pieces, and was highly satis
factory to the sitter, who paid for it and
said :
"Yon see. I had a sort of object in this.
Coniehere from Allegan county six months
ago engaged to a gal out there found a
gal hero I like better got to sever od
ties, see ?" v
'But what has that picture got to do
with old ties ?" asked the artist.
"Lots heaps ? I've writ to her that I
was blode up here on a boat and disfigur
ed tor life. She's awfully proud. When
she gits this and sees how that explosion
wrecked me, she'll hunt another Jver
qnicker'n wink see? How do you like
the plot? Just gaze on this picture once
and tell me that Mary Ann won't send
me back my love letters by first train ?"
He posted the picture. The letter was
briet but explained all. It said : "My
Ewer Dear Gurl I inclose my picture
that you may spe how offul bad I was
hurt, tho I know you will luv me just the
"Ever see that game played afore ?"
he asked of the artist, as he licked the
stamp on the letter.
"No never did."
Course yon never did. It's mine."
"It struck me the other day while I was
greasin' a wagon, and I think It's boss.
Blode up see ? Disflggered for life We?
Picture right here to prove it. and she'll
write back that she has at last concluded
to yield to her parents' wishes and marry a
young man out there who owns eleven
steers, n hundred sheep, and an cight-ncre
"Wholesale and
In fact Use Largest, best Assorted and most Varied Stock or
GROCERIES in the country.
la Firoproof Brick, First
Oj-cs? OFE THOUSAND in Use in Linn County.
Albany, Oregon. KftcFARLAMD & HARVEY.
r-rri tirftsrnfHf-fltf
For mnrA limn a. thti-rt rf a uptifnm v 1.
Mexican MTuatHng Unimeut hasbecn f-
Known to millions an over tlie world as
the only safe reliance for tho relict of
accidents and pain. It is a medicine
above price and praise I lie best or Its
kind. For every form of external pain
Mnstan? Liniment is without nn equal.
It peuetrates fiefi and inuacle to
the very hone making the continu
auceof pain andinilaination impossible
Its effects upon Human Flesh ami the
Unite Creation aro equally wonderful.
The Mexican
T.illimcnt. 1a oo1 rl l.-ir anmahmli. I.
m every house. Every day brings news of
me agony or an awful scald or burn
subdued, of rhenmptie martyrs re
stored, or a valuable horse or ox
saved bv the nnwi.r of fhia
which speedily enres such ailments of
llheumtlsm, tiwelllngs, Stiff
.ununcKa ivi u.cicg, jsnrns
and Scalds, Cuts, limine s and
Sprains, I'nlionoiu Bites and
Stings, Stiffness, Xuneness, Old
Mores, fleers, frostbites, Chilblains.
Store Kipples, Caked Breast, and
indeed every form of external dis
ease. It hrala wllhnnt can.
For the Bbute Creation it cures
Sprains, nvrlnny, SUIT Joints,
Founder, Harness Sores, Hoof Dis
eases, Itoot Bot, Screw Worm, Scab,
Hollow Horn, Scratches, Wind
fall, Spavin, Thrnsh, Ringbone,
Old Sores, Poll Kvil, film noon
the Sight and every other ailment
to which the occupants of the
Stable and Stock Yard are liable.
Tho Mexican Mustang Liniment
always cures and never ilisappoints;
and it Is, positively, . .
Retail Dealers in
Streai, Albany, Oregon.
The Great Carriage F&anufacturing House of the
Cost 3Iatcr2al. Good Workmanship, Handsome Styles, Strong
and' Durable Vehicles In Every Respect..
Thev ei ve nnfallinjr satisfaction. All their work is warrantor. They have received testimo
nials trom all part of the country of purport similar to the following, hundreds of which are on
file subject to Inspection : ;
Messrs. Emerson. Fisher Co.: Oaiva, Ills., JnJv 16, 1879.
I have used one of your Top Busies three years, and three of thvm two years in my liver
stable, and they have given mo perfect satisfaction and are in eonstant ire. Oscar Smalley.
Messrs. Cor-POCK & Joiinson : Xkweekut, S. C, July 17. 1879.
Hear Sirs I have been using the Emerson Fisher Buprgy I bought from you as roughly.I
suppose, as any ononld. 1 had a fast horse, drove him at full speed, fometlmea with two la
dies and myself in the bufry, and it is to-day worth all the money I paid for it. I say the Em
ei-son & Fisher Buggies will do. - : A. M. Teagce, Farmer.
The favorable renutation the Carriages have made in localities where they have been used for
several years by Liverymen, Physicians. and others requiring hard and constant use, has led to
an Increased demand from those localities, to meet which the manufacturing facilities of their
mammoth establishment have been extended, enabling tlieui now to turn out in good style.
Albany, : Oregon.
ing Jewelry a specialty. Call. vllnl7
Agents for "Sew Heme" Sewing H
Infallible Indian Remedies.
A Sure Snot For
the Indian tribes of the coast and the inte
rior, I have had th stood fortune to discover,
from the "Medicine" men of the several tribes,
and from other sources, a number ot remedies
for diseases incident to this country, consist
ins of roots, herbs and bark, and having been
solicited by many people of this valley, who
have tried and proved the efficacy of them in
disease, to procure and offer the same for sale,
I take this means of announcing to ail that,
during the past season, I have made an extend
ed tour through the mountains and valleys,
and have secured certain of these remedies
which are a sure cure for
Fever and Ague.
Those suffering from Ague who desire to be
3tired,c:tn leave orders at Mr. Strong's store on
First street, where I will furnish the remedies,
warranting a radical cure or I will demand no
pay. W. . JOHN.
tiKemcdies done np In $1 packages. 12-1
Ballard, Isem & Co.,
Will pay H premium of FOUR CENTS per bnsh
el in Mill Feed, over and above the market
price, on all Rood merchantable Wheat stored
with them this season.
Are always prepared to Ty cash down, and
guarantee as pood prices as can be obtained
elsewhere. A large supply of sacks always on
hand. x
We have onr Mill fitted np with all thtf latest
improved machinery, and do custom work. .
Albany, August 6, 18a0-12nt5
Phil. C
Has i amoved his stock of poods to the brick
lately occupied Uy tue
Crrangs "Union Stors,
Corner Washington and First Streets,
where he will be pleased to meet old and nei
12 customers 44
Albany, July 0, 1880.
flFST tn91neas now before the public Too .
f I Li 0 1 can make money faster at work for rta
than at anything else. Capital not required.
We will start yon. tl a day and upwards
made at home by the industrious. Men,
women, boys and jtlrls wanted everywhere to
work for us. Now is the time. You t an devote
your whole time to the work, or only your
spare moments. No other business will, pay
yon nearly as well. No one willing to worfc
can fail to make enormous pay by engaging at
once. Costly Outfit and terms free. A great
opr-ortunlty for making money easily and
honorably. Address Tuue A Vo-, Angusta.
Maine. . 42-13
tll1 T Great, chance to make money. Wo
Mwlit. need a person in every town to take
subscriptions for the largest, cheapest and best
Illustrated family publication in the world.
Anyone can become a successful agent. Six
elcaant works of art given free to subscribers.
Tlie price i so low that almost even-body snl
scrilMss, One agent reports taking 120 subscri
ber in a day. A lady agent, repjrta making
over $100 clear profit in ten days. All who en
gage make money fast. You can devote ell
your time to the business, or only spsVre time.
You need not lie away from home over night.
You can do it as wcllas others. Full direct Km a
and tonus free. Elegant and expensive Outfit
f:ce. if -ou want profitable work send us your
uddiess at once. If costs nothing to try the.
business. No one who engages fails to make
great pay. Address Gkokoe Stiksok A Co.,
Portland, Blaine. 43-13
Ladies' Variety Emporium.
German Zephyr. Canvas, Thread, Pint,
Needles, Buttons, Real Hair Stottck
ea and Curls, Hosiery, Stamped
Goods, c., Cc, e.
" Also, Agent for Dr. Warner's
Health Cors ;
Child's Waist t
and Madam Foye's
Corset Skirt Supporter.
fS5T"French "tamninjr done to order.
l:iSijBroailalbin St., opposite Post Offioe39T
THE Pr.OPRIETOltS of the Magnolia MUla
offer a Premium ot .
fn Mill Feed, over and above the market prfee
fnfiiood merchantable WHEAT, either sold to
or stored with them this season.
Albany, July SO, 1880.
rh ( f a week in your own town. $3 Outfit'
&OU free. So risk. Header, if you want a
business at which persons of either
sex can make trreat pay all the time they work,
write for particulars to H. Hauitt A Co.,
Portland, Maine. 42-13
G r oar Price List for -
f t 7 1880. ran a to any
III ( I xl'lress upon ap-
l X t A Pcatlon. Contains
ja fe ja descriptions of every
T-iTffur thinff required - for
with over 1.800 Illustration. We spiI ll
6oods at wholesale price. In quantities to sul
le purchaser. The only Instltntlon tn America
who make this their special business. Address.
78 Wabmih Ave.. Chicago, IU.
Summons. -
In he Circuit Court of the State of Oregen for
the county of I.inn.
Lillie J. Hasbrouck, plaintiff;
- vs.
M. LrrWsbronek, 3. C. Cooiey and J. H. Wash. :
bum, partners under the firm name and style
of Cooley A Washburn, and Albert Butts, de
To M. li. Hasbrouck, one of the defendant,
above named :
In the name of the State of Oregon Ton are
herehy required to appear ai.d answer the com
plaint flled against you in tho above entitled'
action, on or before the fourth Monday of Oc
tober next, it being the . . ;. . f
25th day of October, 1880,
and the first day of the next regular term of
said Court, and if yon fail so to answer, the
plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief
demanded therein, to-wit : the dissolution of
tlie bonds of matrimony subsisting between,
plaintiff and yourself, for the care, custody an'l
control of the minorchild.Walter C. Hasbronck,
that the interest of all parties in and to the fol
lowing described real estate, to-wit :
Beginning at the southeast corner of the Sam
nel Johnson donation land claim. be!ns? claim,
Nos. S2 and 38, and notification No. S071. runn
ing thence west 147 rods, thence north 90 rods, .
thence east 143 rods, thence south$0 rods to the
Iwif lnningr, containing 80 acres, and lyinp andl
being in Linn county, Oregon,
be ascertained and determined:, and If necssa
ry, that the same be sold by decree of said Court,
and such portions of the proceeds thereof be
decreed to the plaintiff as she may in equity
and justice be entitled to for maintaining and
carrying on this suit, for counsel fees and fop
the future maintenance and support of plains
tiff and her child, or that tht undivided one
third thereof, free from encumbrance, hf set
apart and confirmed to her in her ludivr.iunt
right, and that any portion of the nersrnhi
Eroperty, that mav be on hands at tlie cn.l
earing, lie decreed to plainlJir or be sold i-.c
the benefit of plaintiff and child, and tirt't
costs and disbursments of the suit to be tmcj.
This summons s published by order ot t'cifj
Bon. K. P. Boise, Judge of said Court,-in a ! at
Chambers in the city of Salem. Oregon, on tlie
47th day t.t July, 1880.
vlznli. Attorneys for Plaintiff.
job mim:
"catly executed, at this ofiV,