East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896, August 21, 1895, Image 4

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In spile of all he could 00, the
chains and handcuffs resisted his
force lot a quarter of an hour, dur-
I Fr ira Peuple« Home Journal.
ing which time great beads of pres-
piruiuii rolled down his pallid,
anguished face.
| Gravson took up a position where
"Hark!'’ gasp.-d the trembling
he could safely watch the outlaws, maiden
“Oh, Father of Mercies,
and remained there through the I hear the robbers coming back!
Fly, Charles—Uy, while you may!”
He knew when the last one w. nt
“And leave you darling?”
to sleep: but, even th*m, he <lid not
“If you cannot save me, save
feel safe to make a nearer inspection yourself, for God’s «ake! Or kill
Just l>efore daylight he drew me, if you will, and save yourself!”
further away, and with the coming
“You must come with me, deal
(ot light found a small cavitv Lolu. for I cannot live without you!”
»■a »ng the rocks, in which he con-
He made a desperate wrench at
ceiled himself, and fr >m wiiich he the Irons, and they snapped at
could still watch the mouth of the
“Thank God!” came from both
1 He
»v- om
muw. hut
t»ui he
nr believed,
did jiv
not ; know,
.that the kidnapped girl was a pris , “Come, love!” he said, seizing
oner inside, and he determined to her hand.
• watch for any chance to ascertain .
He dashed out th^ light, and both
the truth
¡together hurried from the cave.
He hid n > t
with h ■■
bandit* were returning, and
his advMtnHMM : fe he ha
- ne- t)1(.ir
s„Ulllnng np froni
men admired her; and. as ar. ¿J
al consequence, all the female J
illation envied and strove to imitJ
her. Ifshe wore a blue hat. withl
white leather, every girl in R-»ad|
ville must have the samé thij
without regard to age or coniplel
tion. If she robed herself in whit J
white at once became the prevail
ing color. Still, it so turned 0
that, after all their trouble, t
Readsviiie girls never succeeded i
looking like Violet; she was purel
original, with an air and style i
her o vn that it was just imposiibl
to imitate. Every one admits
that she was beautiful vet it wae
__ __
diflicult matter to determine wha
Burns IXÆocLt IVIarKct.
constituted her chief charm A
one ti ne, all the feminine critics
declared it to be the effect pro­
It ia first claw in every respect, The proprietor having been rai«e>i
duced by a blue watered silk; but
m the business knows just how to conduct it Meat at retail and whole
just w hen this belief lo gan to be-
•ale prices
You can buy by the quarter, less or more, and at prices
credited, out sprang Violet in a
as low aa you would have to pay ranchers
Beef,Pork,Mutt m, Sausag.
corn colored moire antique, hxiking
K A. M atthes , Proprietor
fairer than ever before Whether
her chief charm consisted in her
down the gorge.«*•
fair, dimpled face, or deep blue
Our lovers took an opposite eyes, looking like half blown for­
thirst, ar d he felt h- could 4» even course, and breathlessly worked
get-me-nots bat htd in dew; or in
mure than thi« f »r lhe being he so their way up the acclivity.
her curling, crinkling, goldei tress­
dearly lovrd.
• Soon they hea’d :» low
es, or mischievous, rosy mouth; or
followed by tierce word- in her half tender, half taunting
I That dav
• the bandits re nained j__
lounging about till near i.ightfi "• of.nger.
ur and manner, no one could say;
and Charles wa« almost in »Lspair
“They have discovered your loss, mt it was generally agned upon
of g»-t<inc any further knowledge of darling, and may seek to follow «-!’
hat she was quit» a leautv
Lolu. when he saw what appealed , said Charles to Lolu. “Now. th-i:
Violet was uniformly kind io Iwr
to he a ui-s.-enger arrive in haste, we must escape or die! Th ink G >d
many suitors, making henj deniils,
is the whole story 1
apparently with som* exciting' f>r the night and darkness!”
when nece.-sarv. so sw • tlv that the
news, which caused nqui k comm •
They hurried up the hill, and rejected ones felt almost as much
lion among th“ men, who s >-m then he laid a straight course for
favored as the accepted.
•rixed tlteirarin« and burri»d awav. Eagle Pass, which they reached a
vhen Guy Hilliard came to taka
leaving only one of their number on little after midnight.
•harge of the village tch -d. al­
When Charles had plac- d Lulu though he was a voting nun <1 iii*
Our excited lover sag* t wa'ch-
Iti TÌTÌ rtf 12ÍTPC
BMre,hxn o<ber yirtxpv >od*—•rvwspoib
in tne arms of her overjoved fathei ipprarance and exce l» nt char, etii,
111 p (lviya^v 3. Sour—«m:venaltyv±sc>«ifldged rarest tn the worU.
l ed ih* m»uih of th- cav- as long
and mo’.h-r, he claimed his reward it was a long while u« t >re the little
a» he could see it. ami then ven-
MiJe only by cavkCH a CO., Rew Tart. Sc'J by rroern everywhere.
“By your solemn promise, Mr villag ; beauty vouchsafed to him
tured forth an 1 crept up t > it.
Brandon, Lolu is now mine, f ir I he |e..st sign of preference But
H* foU'«l this one num, in 1
1 ” alone have restored her to your per.« v -rance ami pat cnee, as they
act of starting a fire. I ■•»»it down over
arms ”
generally »io, succeeded st last;
•ou.e Mi -is. and h* i—-pt up ><ebind 1
• ’■•here did you get the ransom md. in due course of time, one
him and dealt him a stun- ing blow !
my son. to be in advance of Hiram tender, moonlit eve. under a Loney-
| Then. 1» fore lhe f-How c> uld re
S.o kwt-ll. who to night set otf with suckle iirtmr, in th-* old squiies
Toev«ry i»er*on nd- . cov»r. ' • w hipped out a str >• ig c >rd j his gold to redeem her?”
garden, the vouug min pie.id his
itn iL.no LAin.1.
•”<u*«be.»».»□• <» which be carn-d • th b in. and
“Mv own strong arm did it ” was e.iii-e in true l<.v»-r-hke fashion, and
J him S'­
one yearly subscription to The H kkai . u togetlker with ten c*nta extra foth gagred and 1-
the proud ’¿ply. “I we; t al me t< >vas tr insported into the tbirw
we will semi fr»e a i -pv of The \\ rbl Almanac for !* '’• " i g'i» c- ; ■ ■
the lion’s den an 1 s -t tier free ■i»aven of I llsS by b> ing sec p«rtl
Thu d ■-•*. be cauti iU'lv enter- d
may l«e urde-vd at this office fur 2-S cent»
She owes her r»-s»-ue to nrinlv de The old >»|uire m id • n • objections
the cave a few feet, listened in th-
votion and not t»» piltry g II! 1" ”
nd, aft ra proper I i|»se of time.
i d«-ep darkneaa. and th-*n boldly
W hen everyth.ng wa« m.i I i-’e i
• voting couple .ver united ami»!
Ip'o«ouneed the name:
tv the astonish'd fathe-. he e.u « .•ewinh-r’iig prof'.si’rti >»f la *»«n»l
“Loll Brand m*“
■ raced Charles • ray son. d < 1 .r <i i hite tluw» rs; and ’he po<»r. love­
i “Oh «b-se vwtee i : that?” wa»
he was worthv of his duughter, and lorn swaiii? uf Readsviiie were left
’ • tre
• 'S - p. •
'hat «4A l«ed
that he should alway s b ’ prou^ «’• io enns >ie themselves as th v comd
the heart of her I »ver to beat tu
call him son.
Evervl»»»Iv was surprise»! to see
a> ituoa*!«
When the new« of the young what a loving. ex»‘ini»lare wile
’ M t * 1. i—Char •*» G’.o sin’s
« »» •* w r» v *
«* «w
4 « • w
man s daring achievement spread Vi »let made. She had been •<» g ’»
«. w t M
T W * k
—and God l* praiæd I h«Vr found
through the village, the citizens is a girl. s«t full of mischief. »>
‘ • too’”
a gave him an ovation and crowned
The C«“t Rrferercr B i F
petted and flattered, that some nt
‘Oh. G«1 he pr a '-rd* ‘ was h-r
him for a hero.
A Volume of o»..r 5 0 .4
R -adsville wise-acres shix k
g»‘pin< reepmar
It Trenti 1,400 t
Hiram Stockwell deposited his vbeir heads and hinted that Guy
Hecou'd rej «-* b»r y. «. butrh-
gold on Eagle Peak, where the Hilliard might repent his bargain,
Endorsed by STATESMEN.
•<r«ck a tn itch a»i io* nd her.
bandits took it. and then told him. but. on the contrary, he rejoiced
■ ith n.va e» on be* wrieta and
with m »eking la ighter and jeers, over it anew every day. regarding
< h«ired t » a ”wk ; tl nogh ah» c»‘ol »
STUDENTS everywhere.
that tne girl was free.
it as the best transaction of hi»
Mand up. walk a i»w Hep« and hr !
So I * l.*t hi< ncmev and his life.
Hat R*aeh*a Such a State of Fer-
d< wo upc»n ar*«,* Mraw ran’, unllk-
toctton That it ia a VerttaMo
rid and a large number laughed
a d- g m b'« krei el
t ncielapeOia of Facta. Statta*
ver th* affair when they danced
T»*« he **rw. k a»<b»r match
t>ca and Cronta
at the gty weddmg of the true
to January Firat. I 996.
ar-d f«t,d a-el I
an <h*r
lamp by which b- eaw lh»t the’
HE liyt volume m a w bout horary
csv* ran Car back tn gVom. ami
ta itaelL Oac caa han£y th..»«
of a <^a*MK>a it caaaot anrae*. h wfr
WM atrrwed *Hh *kio«. wrap s.«
all atxMit psrtv pUtton»«, eiartaoa *ta> < - rme- »« »nJ many mirk« <»t ¡ «lì H ILLI ARDS SKELETON.
tiMan, the ae* tanC relxpoM of th*
e anh. popwlaoea evarrw her*. * at* aaJ
I« »t be l«»t na» tiuw in en*>M<ly I
|\trrvn<»t Katwttcs «xvapatMt of
z-* be fr*rrJ ibr »rafits might rv
atea. k>mp atattm, iMvratwr*,
turn •« a»y
and tà*« n
aad adecado«.
It ia . . .
b-aiad her* hr* wwn Lb- won d ta
an on!v d «ugh
»»enberd whatever might brevm«
Pretty, h ghK
of he’ hr rana* U» M»e
«Tumpl.sf rd aini T-ry «prigh’ly
On a ra Jr I watch, be fertanat.)» • *th«|.
rvigvxi supreme in
diecwwrvj a hammer am* a pa.r oí **»•*•' • ’
PRICE. pm | uk U- niad. . 25 CENTS
«hr p^WMM
pleasant lit«K
Bipgwra and CaUhir>£ up thee* hr *'*•«'» to«» -Sen> |^r fatbrr
Add rev* THE WORLD, Nww Yd C
?»e te l i and eeg»riv «et v>
qn**« . f f*«hi.>n a« w»l| a>
• *k V* free her
ut hearts AH th*