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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 2, 1889)
Consolidated Feb. I, 1889.
M c M innville . O regon . F riday , august
VOL. I. NO. 26.
We manage ! to make him quite com be with Alice at the-------- hotel In Sacra-
A SHARP PARISIENNE.
ÌA \ GOOD
s TO in FOR
There is also in another portion of the
paper, a legal summons advertised call fortable, and the next morning he asked ; mento in one week from to-day.”
One Hundred n and Sixty-three How a Boy Beeain«-a Partner By
Or tin* Mysterious Founding of ing on a co-owner (oneof the principals of me to take the horses hack of the cabin
He dashed down the trail to the barn
Thousand Francs Taken.
la'oiioini and Thrill.
tlie City <>1‘Mangnnetus.
the affray) to do bis assessment work or and feed them. Under his direction It
' The best Isry's story I ever heard.**
the most extraordinary newspaper lose liis interest. All my work dovetails went down a path about a hundred yards hoofs as his horse started and that was I A tall, stylish-looking, blonde young
women, fashionably attired, walked into That was «hat a lawyer said of this story
publication I have ever had any knowl nicely in, lias a plausible look and shows behind the house, making it only after the last I ever saw of him.
I edge of was a t aper published up in the no flaw, j et it is all absolutely made from considerable difficulty, for I had to clear I stood for a few moments where he the United States Marshal's office in the I am about to relate to vou: “It is the
away the snow, and there, behind some left me, with the weapon in my hand, Poetoffice building shortly after noon to (rest boy's story 1 ever heard."
Sierra r:ing( about fifteen years ago call whole cloth.”
‘•\Ve have had a good many Itoys with
ed the Ma.iijanetue Index.
“This is the most extraordinary thing great rocks, was a good sized barn well and then went back to the cabin. Alice day, says the New York Telegiam, ac-
filled with hay, and, jrhat struck me as stood in her nightclothes by the fire coni]>ained by Deputy Marshal Bernard, us from time to time,” said Mr. Alden,
The publication alluded to had mys I ever heard of.”
teriously fallen into mv mail box in San
‘‘This countrv is full of extraordinary stranger still, five very fine-looking shivering and frightened, and the smoke who was very polite and attentive to her, the senior metnlier of a large hardware
horses in the stalls. A few yards from of tlie pistol shots still rose lazily among but at the same time kept a sharp look establishment on Market street, "as ap
Francisco for over a year, and it was al things,” be replied quietly.
the rafters. The man who had fired the out that she did not get far away from prentices to leatn the besineaa. Whitt
ways a welcome arrival.
“Wheie does this edition go?” I the door was a bubbling spring.
LOAN BROKERS. NOTARIES PUBLIC AND SEARCHERS of RECÜBD
After feeding and watering the animals shots through the.window came in, and, him. She was Madam Blanche Nolle, may surprise you is that we never take
It was neatly printed, carried several asked.
column« of live advertisements and had
“Clara, bring me the mailing list,” he I returned to the cabin and noticed tliat covering me, asked me to throw up my who with her husband and a mutual country boys, unless they live in the
I cast the weapon I held on the floor friend, Paul Ilaimant, was under arrest, city with some relative who takes care of
tlie barn was entirely bidden from sight.
a bright, bustling air about it that al said to the child.
This cicumstance and the presence cf and invited him to sit down.
charged with embezzling 103,000 francs them and keeps them home at night, for
ways gave me a very favorable impres
I glanced over the list and raw that it
He declined to talk until lie had in from the Paris banking bouse of Belisaire alien they come into the city everything
sion of the little town of Manganetus, as embraced the leading banking houses of the fine horses in such a locality struck
bing at is new to him, and lie is attracted by
well asjhe man who edited the paper.
London and New’ York, as well as the me as rather odd, but I did not give the duced Alice to retire again, and after she Journel A Co. She •><■«
had done so we could hear her sobbi ng tractive manner, which makes tier an every show «indo« and unusual sight.
He took a decided stand on all the cur- centers of finance and mining. My own subject much thought at the time.
He invited me to spend a few weeks in her room. Then the two men and object cf interest in spite of the fact that Hie city lx>y »ho is aecustuiiied to these
j rent topics of the day, and on everything name was oddly enough on the list.
j transpiring in the town where his paper About a hundred copies were mailed and rwttWAin, and asked me to edit his pa myself sat by ths fire and talked mat she is not handsome, her features l>e!ng things, earea little for them, and if he
I ryas published lie carried candor to the everyone went where it would do the per for him while his wound was healing. ters over. They said that my friend the masculine. Her husband, a tall, stout, lias a good mother, lie is at homo and in
I was unable to resist the fascinations of editor was a noted desi>erado and horse darkhaired man of forty, with a short lied iii due season. And we are very
j verge of rashness.
particular about our Ixivs—and la-fore ac
such a novelty, and under his directions thief, and that lie was publishing a pa beard, aecom pained her.
1 never saw a pa]>er edited with uch
18 373 acres 1 1-2 miles N. of La ta yet te.
I— 868 acres 7 miles S W from McMinn
per in the mountains to cover up his
The story of this young women’s career cepting one as an apprentice we must
ville tine stock A grain ranche over áoo so acres cultivation. 2i«> acres level timber I ! absolute fearlessness, and 1 often won per and did the typesetting, and that his I wrote enough for the next week’s issue.
The copy accumulated on the hook, real business. They also had learned is like a chapter from one of Zola's nov know tiiat he mines cf I,ones! and indus
acres good farm land in good state of culti lan.l. It-acre on-harii. n’w-’i house anil barn, ¡ dered whv it was that the editor was not daughter was learning the tvpograpi ic
vation ami tine pasture, with 35 head cattle fine springs. Price $15 per ri r>- 1-2 eash, some time mobbed or murdered.
it suddenly dawned upon tne that that there was some sort of a mining els, and shows that seemingly improba trious parents.
7 or 8 head horses, hogs, farm machinery I balance 1 and 2 years.
“But the best l»oy wo ever had is now
til :^i acres near Bethel, g.HMl house and
At last my business took me in the vi
Ac. On Co. road price 421.1X10. > , cash. Ind
“I have no companions except my lit there was no one setting it up and so it syndicate in San Francisco backing ble types of character are only exaggera
barn, stream of living water flow s through cinity of Manganetus and I decided to
to years time at 8 percent.
was that being a printer mvself, I fell the man, but they were satisfied ted jiortraits of real ]H-rsonages. Henery with ns, and a member of tin- firm. He
2 15 acre farm 2*t miles from McMinn farm All under cultivation Inn : a. re-.
heir to the typographical department that the San Francisco people knew Antoine Nolle, who is a Belgian l>v berth, is tlie only man in the establishment
! make tin- editor a call.
ville on Co road, 1 mile from sclesil-lions« I’riee $1500.
tus,” he added, witli a smile.
20-(I hh I new two story house <; i -unis
nothing of his real character, lie bad was for fourteen years a <rusted employee that we couldn't do without. He waa
g-.Hxl house and barn, line young orchard A
plenty of small frilit, well lis-ated. 1‘rici- all well linisheil. good woudshed. v.ell etc. 1 neared the spi.t where the town was lo-
Between editing tlie pa]>er and setting been a newspaper writer and traveled of Journel A Co. and had attained the thirteen years old wlicn he was appren
$1,700. Terms X casli time on bat
position of assistant cashier at the time ticed tons, and he was with ns lor eleven
.1 38 acres unimproved land
miles n $|(t«i Terms $80(1 cash, balance linte. also | caled, and 1 spurred my horse up the and the rocking of the cabin in the blast the type I had my hands full. We had under many aliases.
ot McM. no bniidings. good living water. 2 acres land adjoining, all cieared and
a good stock of provisions and although
Early in the winter he had shot the when he proved faithless to his trust. years, acting for several years as sales
I*riee 25 per acre easy terms. _
4— 310 acres 3miles 8. W. of McMinnville,, 21 -loi acres 1 1-2 miles irom I’arllon first bed and excelk nt supper I should soon lay in the warm bed thinking and rest the snow was so def p that we could not sheriff of Alpine county on the highway, Hie salary was ample to keep himself man. When he fust came we told him
302 acres in cultivation, good house and | < lass farm Jami, no buildings Price $45. be enjoying.
ing until almost morning before I slept. get our papers into the mails, we went when resisting arrest, and taken liis and wife in good style, but Madam Nolle that for a long time bis wages would Im
barn and all necessary out buildings, nil I per. acr * AlsoG2acres all clear and fenced
My mind was full of the Slavin House,
under good fence, water piped to house I Price $■> I )H-r, acre
My friend, the editor, was very talka right ahead with the edition of 100 each horse. I of course remembered the was not at all satisfied to live the hum very small, but that ii he proved to la- a
22— 111 acres 4 miles \V. of Carlton. 15 a hotel of very superior accommodations,
and barn from spring. 12 acre orchard of
tive at breakfast. He never alluded to week, for the wounded publisher said if night in question, but I bad lieen so well drum, uneventful life of the ordinary good hov liis salary would la- increased
tine fruit. If all sold together price on 310 acres in cultivation, five acres slashed, bal
they reached London by spring all would housed by the queer character during married woman.
at a ceitain rate cveiy year, and as it
acres $ITJH, but will subdivide and sell 210 ance timber, all fenced, fair house and barn which advertised liberally in the Index, his name, but he told me more of the
the winter that I kept my own counsel
witli all improvements and all valley land well watered, t acre orchard. Price $18
She began to attend the Chantilly turned out. «lien according to agreement
and whose royal provender and home paper and the enjoyment lie bad in build be well. -
23— 1U> acres near Whites station
for »tumo. Terms 1-3 cash linlanee easy
“Give the mining managers particular The sheriff and his deputy weie at first races, and found the w ished lor excite «e should have lieen paving him $.">00 a
acres in cultivation, balance limber, All comforts the little paper was never weary ing up a town in the clouds from a purely
fits about not running the bullion pro disposed to hold me as accessory, but ment in betting on the fleet-footed racers. year, we paid him »WMl, and he never
5— 170 acres first class land adjoining Mc under fence, no buildings Price $12(«> of describing.
Minnville, well improved. 130 acres culti Easy terms.
duct up to its full capacity,” were his di after I told my story and established She lost heavily, and soon involved her said a word himself about an increase of
“Only a mile more,” 1 said to mvself,
“To-morrcw,” said he, "I start out on
54 28.- acres. 4 1-2 i dies S W ...' Mc
vation first class dwelling, good orchard,
house Ji mile from court house. Price $75 Minnville 2Ü0 acres in cultivation, balance as I thumped my weary beast with a horseback to the nearest mail station, rections one day. “Charge them with my identity by letters, etc., they dropped busbandin debt. In the hope of recov salary. From tlie very outset he showed
pasture. Good house, barn and on hard, good sized stick, and after another mile
cover.ng up bonanzas; also speak of the tlio matter.
|H*r acre 1-2 cash, balance time to suit
ering his money Nolle helped himself to tliat he had an interest in the Imsineaa.
and leave my bundle of papers in the hol
(t— lt»i acres 8 miles west of McMinnville. well watered. Price$2i) per acre l-2cash
charming weather and throw in a few
Next day we all started fur the nearest funds belonging to his employers, w hich lie was prompt in tlie morning, and if
30acresin eiiltivrtion. Under fence first! •iV-Gb' acres 2 miles N. of Sheridan, 2(0 1 repeated my observation, and so the low of a tree until the mail buckboard
quartz-mill accidents. All these things towu, twenty miles away, with the his wife invested in | hk >1 s and lost. His kept a little over time at night it never
class rails on Co. road. Warranty deed. I in eiilti- ation. 150 more could la- easily pocr horse went on checking oft miles comes along to take them.
(-leaned. 2 houses and one barn, good
will subdivide to suit those wish and miles, while I kept trying to per
“In a few weeks they are being read help to paint tlie scene red. Have a horses and Alice, leaving the newspaper situation became desjierate, and alxmt seemed to make any diffotenee with him.
7—1(>2 acres (Smiles N W. of McMinn-¡ fencing,
ing small farms Price $15 per acre, 1-2 suade mvself that each mile was the last. in London and New York, and the par four-in-hand run over a child, and print office and cloud-reared town of Mangan- two months ago he gathered together He gradually came to know w here every
ville. 70 acres in cultivation, buildi lgs fair, cash,
well watered on Co. road. Prise $4000 1-2
Strange. I thought, that I could see no ties in each of these cities who are hand some obituary poetry and then pack etus. On the day S|MScified by my friend about 163,000 francs liclonging to the thing was to Is- found, mid if information
2G 1 lo acres 4 miles S W. of McMinn
ville, Its» acres in good cultivation, l-'air ■ lights ahead. 1 strained my eyes for the ling the sale of these mining properties them into the Catholic church to a suffo the editor when he left me so horridly, I firm and lett Paris for Ixmdon with Paul was wanted, it was to this boy, Frank
.8—10O acres 7 miles S. W. of McMinnville, house and barn, good young orchard, near
cation at the funeral. Have tlie organ was at the hotel in Sacramento. When Ilaimant, after first giving his wife the Jones, that everyone applied. TIs- en
on Co. road schoolhouse on one corner, all schoolhouse and church. Price $15 |ier welcome tw inkle from cottage windows are backed up quite handsomely by my
ist play one of Mozart’s requiems—that I registered my name, the clerk banded larger part of the money.
tire establishment seemed to lie inap|s*d
first class land and in good cultivation, all acre Easy terms.
that in the darkness tells the traveler of editorial statements.”
under fence, no buildings. Price $42,50 per
27—34«• acres three miles north of Sheri- i the town, but tlie night crept on, a little
looks civilized— and also give the report me a letter. It read as follows.
out in liis head, and everything in it cat
1 dan ; 180 acres in cultivation : I fields, water j
of a vestry meeting at St. Peter’s Episco
-ff.y Dear Sir: leave Alice in charge toher husband, took along a sweetheart, alogued and numl-ered. Ilis memory of
9— 56 acres 2 miles 8. of McMinnville..>0 ■ in every fiield : good lionse and barn ; good faster perhaps than the horse, and still I papers tied behind him. He said it was
pal church with the superintendent of a of the clerk. Her room lias been waiting Alfred Pian. With the latter she reached faces was equally remaikable. lie knew
aere, cultivation. (> acres gixsl timlier. ■ orchard; l.'Xi acres sumnierfallow. Price was alone
for her several days. Do not stop here
buildings fair Price $2300, 1-2 cash, bal ' $13 per a -re. $1500cash; balance on time, j Presently 1 came to a log cabin and
soon, and that he would leave me and railroad company as the senior warden.” at all and never expect to see me again, this city on May 31st, by the steamship the name of every man w ho came Io the
, 28—10211 acres two miles east ol' Amity;
ance long time,
I long to see you. As you read Pennland, and registered at the San More to buy goods, »but he bought and
Kr-583 acres 3 1-2 miles S. W of Newberg, a fine grain and stock ranch Price $18000.
the little girl to run the office.
lay there nursing liis wound and making this I am in San Francisco. Accept my Francisco hotel under the name of Jean where he came from. I used often to say
280 aeres in cultivation, 5 acre orchard, ' j $1(1(100
through the chinks.
lionse fair, well watered, some good timber.
suggestions, and so tlie winter was soon thanks for all you have done for me. I Larne. Pian took apartments in another to him, ‘Jones, your meiuoiy is worth
Prise $20 per acre. 1-2 cash ballance 8 per 30— 555acres 11 miles west ol McMiun- walked, stiff and lame, to the cabin and ing aspect and snow began to fall. It
w hiled awav. The spring came in Feb know that you are too much of a gentle part ot the city, but met Madam Nolle more than a gold mine. Ilow do you
came lightly and gently at first and melt
man to throw a straw in the way of my
100 acres clear pasture; 2 houses and." barns.
and by that time he was up and liberty. Alice does not know of my past every day by appointment. The hus manage- to remember ?”
II— 110 acres 1 1-2 mile N. of Ballston. f>5 Stream of living water, I’riee $7500 One-
A little, bent-up man, with a wrinkled ed away as it touched the rocks and
acres in cultivation, balance timber, good half cash.
doing his own typesetting.
and I hope you will forget what has hap band reached here three days later, and,
“ ‘1 make it my business to remember,’
house, 2 barns etc. Good young orchard.
31— House of 8 rooms on Lincoln and C and leathery face, came to answer and chaparral, but in a little while it began
We must write up a big Washington’s pened.
with his wife and Haimant, went to live he would say. *1 know that if I can re
25 acres sumnierfallow Price $4700, $1000 streets ; 1 )t 60x110 feet. Price $1266
as he opened the door cautiously, I no to stay where it fell, and the dull gray
I had a passion for horses which I
cash, balance time.
birthday- celebration, with civic parade,
member a mail and call him by name
32— 2 story house with L; new ; 2 lots each
at Far Rockaway.
12— 380 acres 2 miles W. oí McMinnville. 60 x 10O feet: in Galloways addition Price ticed that lie had a cocked pistol in his and brown of the landscajie changed to a grand ball, and all that, and I guess I’ll could not overcome, and it came near
They attended the races at Sheepshead when he comes into the store, and can
ruining me. But I am done with horses
200 acres in cultivation, balance good clear $900 One-half eash, balance on time
put you down as delivering the oration- and newspapers forever. Your friend,
pasture, good fencing, tine spring water,
34— One story house in John's addition.;
Bay, and attracted attention by their ask him how things are going on where
Seeing the pistol I said to mvself:
Alice, the little girl, who was sweep
Tun E ditor .
tair buildings, good orchard etc. $1200 1-2 6 rooms; 2 lots, well, fruit, etc, Price $550
use of money and bad luck which lie lives, I will be verv likely to keep
ing out the office, ceased her work and a
35— Southeast % of block 16 in the original “Here is civilization.”
I folded the letter, hade Alice good accompanied their investments on the him as a c istomer.’
After the little man with the big pistol look of uneasiness came over her face as filling up the lire of march with all the bye, and the clerk led her away.
13— 100 acres 8 miles W. of McMinnville, town of NIcMinnvile.with good little cottage,
Price $1000. One-
prominent people in California an 1 Ne-
“And that was the exact ease. He
race horses. At tlris time they were un
on Co. road. Fair house, sonic fencing barn and some fruit
had surveyed my famished face and she gazed out of the window.
A few days afterwards in San Fran der the surveillance ol Pinkerton's detec made friends of buyers, lie took tlie
some good saw timber. Price $4 per acre half cash
tliat we could think of.
39— Good, nearly new 1’2 story house of 8 tired horse, lie opened the door a little
The snow thickened in the air and the
Each night before Alice went to lied cisco I met a man who wanted to sell me tives, who were W aiting the arrival of the 1 same interest in tlieir purchases as he
rooms, and lot *163x187 feet; good small
14— 40 acres 2 miles N E. of McMinnville barn : near creamery; very nicely located ■wider, and then, swinging it back, with specks of black, made by dead branches
knelt down at a chair, with her face a promising mine.
smsll house ami barn 8 aeres clear. Price $1500
proper pa|K>rs from France to |Hit them took in the store, and would go to no
a smile somewhat apologetic in its char and rocks protruding through the white,
He shewed me a map of it, and then
fire, and said her prayers.
under arrest. On Wednesday the French end of trouble to suit them and to fulfill
were soon obliterated, and as the day
15— 100acres2miles W of McMinnville, rooms ami 2 lots in ( handler's addition. acter, invited me in.
She had just knelt and bowed her taking a newspaper clipping from his Consul-General obtained a warrant from to the litter everything lie promised.
no improvements but fences, fine farm Good water Price $900
I “How far is it to Manganetus?” I waned the eye fell on nothing but an ex-
land. Price»52.50 1-2 cash, balance time
head when the door opened and two pocket, asked me to read it, as it was a United States Commissioner Osborne for
“Well, a Hairs went on in this way un
41— A bargain
Amity steam flouring asked.
pance of white which was everywhere.
10— 320 acres 0 miles W ot McMinnville, mill. Building 22x64 with shed on one
men came in silently, and in an instant good description of the property.
til he had been with us eleven years,
all fenced, house and barn fair, well water end and engine room on other, eighteen
It was from the Index. I recognized
ed, 40 acres clear bottom land, balance pas horse engine and boiler, one chopping and and then bit liis under lip, as if nipping Alice cooked a supper which we ate in they had my editorial friend covered the type at once. As for the aiticle, I uty Marshal Bernard that evening at and wo euni luded to take him into II h *
ture. Price $15 per acre,
one flour burr, smutter, double bolt, scales, a smile in the bud.
Rockaway. Of the stolen money only fitm as a partner. We knew that he
17—House and one acre ground in Mc Hour packer, etc , with lot 36x150 feet.
They made no sound, and the child, had written it myself.— ,Sain Davit, in tlie 70,000 francs were recovered
had no extravagant habits, that lie
I felt a strange sensation, being alone
Minnville near creamery 1-2 story lionse
unconscious of what had happened, still Examiner.
ance on time.
7 rooms and good barn Price $1(IX>.
Madame Nolle at first lioldly clainied neither used tobacco nor lieer, nor went
in the mountains with this child, and a
remained on her knees, her head bowed
that Bhe liad lost nearly all her money to the theater. He continued ns at the
“Hardly think you can make it to snowstorm hemming us in every hour.
beginning to board at home, nnd even
night,” he replied with a tone that puz
She said she had no idea of going to
At the time of the Centennial cere- at the races, but after some sharp ques when liis salary was the very lowest he
"Gentlemen,” said the editor in a
tioning admitted that her lover, Pian,
zled me somewhat; “can’t you stay all bed uutil her father returned, and so we
whisper, "I am your prisoner, but don’t monies in New York, Mrs. Hayes and had obtained 58,000 francs from her. paid liis mother f2 a week for his board,
night?” ho added. Better stay; you sat by the fire until after midnight.
lie was always neatly dressed, and we
some friends occupied one box. and Mrs.
take me till after she goes to bed.”
This was a revelation to her husband, thought it very probable that he had
cant possibly make Manganetus to
E. K. OOri llER.
Her face was pale and anxious—a
Cleveland and friends another, not very
j. F. GALBREATH.
who strongly denounced her perfidy to laid up |l,‘t0) or |2,000 as his salary for
weary, worn-out face it was—and then
distant. Colonel Corbin, a mutual friend
last two years had lieen »1,200. So
1 accepted tlie invitation witli alacrity. the tears came into her eyes—eyes that ed into their pistol barrel without a tre after chattering a few minutes with Mrs. him after covering himself with infamy the
Calbreath & Goucher.
we made him the offer to become a part
My horse being provided for, I was soon could hardly remain open from weari mor. Pitching his voice still lower he Hayes, went into the box occupied by to provide her with the money she want ner in ‘lie business, and suggested that
PHYSICIANS ANO SURGEONS,
ed. When arraigned before Commiss it would lx* more satisfactory if he could
and Jeweler. absorbing tlie heat of a cheery fire and ness.
“Don’t let her witness this scene. Put the Cleveland party. Mrs. Cleveland ioner Osborn the accused admitted their put some money into tlie firm, and lie
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M c M innville ,
listening to tlie conversation of my new
I could think of nothing to do, and my
asked who the lady in the other l>ox was,
(Office over Braly’s Bank.)
Deaier in Al Kinds ofjWatches, Jewelry. Plated Ware. acquaintance.
He was a man of very , efforts to assme her that all was well up your weapons until she leaves the and on being informed, declared that she identity, and the fact that the money replied
If »10,0-0 will be any object I can put
fluent expression, and possessed a fund were only met by a look sadder than the
Clocks and Spectacles. McMINNVILLE. OR.
that milch. I saved out of my salary
Tlie two men lowered their revolvers, had long desired to meet her predecessor they would not admit that it was stolen » in ‘.1,400
S, A. YOUNG, M. D.
of information on scores ot topics not or last, and so the hours dragged along un
and mv sister will I -t me have
in the White House—in fact, she said
from Journel & Co.
dinarily discussed by men who occupied , til nearly two, when she started up is
then the editor motioned to them
“I can tell you that I never was niote
Physician & Surgeon.
Pian has not yet been arrested, and it
log cabins in tlie mountains.
her quick ear caught the muffled fall of a
more desired to meet than Mrs. Hayes.
astonished in my life than when that fel
is said that lie is on ids wav to Caliior- low said he could put in »1(1,Odd, and the
NJ c M innvili . e ,
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While wondering who this odd cliarac- ] horse’s footsteps in the snow as it stum to take off tlieir hats. Both did so, and
Colonel Corbin suggested that Mrs.
ID 1 a, 37- m. © rx _
ter could be I heard a monotonous noise | bled on some fir» wood in front of the there was nothing heard for a few mo Cleveland was the youngest lady and nia, followed by one of Pinkerton's men most of it liis own motley, lie had never
Office and residence on I) street. All
Goods of all descriptions moved and care in the next room, and 1 certainly thought ,
working in the interest of the Banking spent a dollar, or twenty-live cents, ot
calls promptly answered day or night.
Mrs. Hayes was only a few steps away
five cents for anything he didn’t need,
ful handling guaranteed.
I heard the fanrilliar Bound of some one
She bounded to the door with a glad
so there would be no impropriety in Mrs.
and had kept his money in the bank
Collections will be made mouthy.
rapidly folding newspapers.
j look in her face, and flinging it open,
wheie it bail gathored a small interest.
Cleveland calling on Mis. Hayes. Mrs.
lib- I Lulling of ail kinds done chcai
My ear did not deceive me, for in a few | held the candle over her head, and giv" with surprise as she faced the two men, Cleveland coincided with the views of had lieen adjourned until Friday next, 1 am a great believer in the Bible, you
who were still standing with half-bowed
but as they have expressed tlieir w illing- know, ami I always kept two placards in
Practicing Physician and Surgeon,
fotth a little cry, reeled back, and uncovered heads.
the Colonel, and taking his arm was
1 moments a pleasant-faced little girl ap- ing
nc.-s to return to France without causing big letters, up in tin- store. On one was
peared and handed my companion a pa- ( then sinking to the floor, fainted.
“Good night, my child” said tlie edi soon in Mrs. Hayes’ box. She was in- any further trouble tl.e accused couple this text: ‘lie tliat is faithful in that
per which he at once passed over to me.
which is iea-t, is faithful also in that
I looked out and saw the horse stand
treduced in the midst of considerable
j there riderless, and, what puzzled me tor, as lie leaned over so that her arms confusion, but met with a very ccrdial were brought before Commissioner O:- which is in itch ;* and on tlie other: ‘He
typewriting. Penmanship, Correspondence, Bus It was damp from the press, and as I ing
(torn to arrange the necessary formali that is dilligent in business shall stand
less and Le jal Forms practically taught at th ojK-ned it 1 read tlie titie, “The Mangan- ,
considerably, another horse, tied behind At this one of the men, the elder of the reception, After a pleasant chat with
Portland Business College. etus Index.” “By industry we thrive.” j
ties. It will take some days, however, liefore kings ami not before mean men.’
M c M innville national bank . The
it. There was but a light fall of snow two, stepped forward and asked the priv Mrs. Hayes, Mrs. Cleveland was escoited
Ami I rank Jones’ success was the literal
thorough work done in each of our sever«
to have the extradition papers signed by fulfillment in the smallest things ns in
lepartments has given this institution a reputs Devoted to tin- material interests of Man- ,
to her own box and Colonel Corbin re- I
I ion such as but few schools attain, securing t? ganetns. Subscription $5.00 tier annum, upon the saddle of the first horse, while ilege of a kiss.
the authorities at Washington.
M’ m INNVII.I.E, OREGON.
greater ones, ami dilligent in busi
lundreds of our graduates profitable employ
| on the other there was much more, and
The father led the child forward and turned to the Hayes box.
Their alleged accomplice, Paul Ilai ness. That kind of a boy always siu-
Knt, both as book-keepers and stenographer« payable in advance.
| this I took to mean that tlie rider hail the man kissed its forehead very tender
Transacts a General Banking Business,
Mrs. Haves expressed her gratification I
idents admitted at any time. Catalogue free
ceeds,” concluded Mt Alden.
My host smiled as he handed me the | but recently fallen. I lifted the girl on ly, while the other stood there motion at meeting so charming a lady but asked [ mant, will not go back without a legal
A. P. ARMSTRONG, Principal, Portland, Or.
A small boy who has listened the story
President............................ J. W. (’OWLS
with eager eves, as well as ears, said :
Vice President .
... LEE LAUGHLIN
about the embezzlement. He came over
“But we dont have any kings in this
"Then the town is here,” 1 said. “1-et out. I brushed the snow off the saddle
The father led the child to the door of but I think I have never met anyone
countrv, Mr. Alden, for dilligent I mivs to
me go to the hotel. I do not desire to of the leading horse, and started, as I its room, kissed it again, and closed the who impressed mo more pleasant.” The on the invitation of Nolle to go into busi stand before!”
Sells exchange on Portland, San Fran-
trespass upon the hospitality of a stran fonnd marks of blood upon it.
“Yes, we do,” laughed Mr. Alden.
Colonel was taken so by surprise that he
Sample rooms in connection.
Lawyer Louis, of Coudert Brothers, on “We have more kings here than any
»cisco and New York.
I followed tlie trail back, and not 200
Then, like a flash, lie bounded in stood at attention for nearly ten seconds. the behalf of the French Government, other country in tie- world. We have
Interest allowed on time deposits.
“You will remain here, sir,” he re yards fiom the lionse I stumbled on to a to the center of the room and had both Then he explained that the lady was Mrs
Office hours from 9 a. ni. to 4 p m.
and Lawyer R. N. Waite, council for the money kings, and business kings, and
“I blush to confess it, but this is man in the snow. He groaned with pain the visitors covered with a six-shooter.
Cleveland. Mis Hayes was then as much
Is now fitted up in first class order.
held a consultation with Com railroad kings, ami land kings, and mer
the town of Manganetus, and the cabin as I lifted him on my sholder, but after
We all stood transfixed at his appear surprised as the Colonel had been, and missioner Osliorn. The result was that ‘ chant kings, ami publishing kings, and
some of them wield an enormous power.
Accommodations as good as can be you now occupy is the only habitation a hard pul] I got him to the cabin, strug ance.
after expressing her chagrin, she pro
a statement was drawn up to the effect ■ This is a great country for kings.”
for twenty miles.”
found in the city.
gling most of the way in the darkness,
There was a look of firey and determi
I that the accused were willing to return
I stared at the man in astonishment.
for the lantern went out soon after 1 nation in liis face that made his captors in the country that she wanted to meet ' to France without fiithcr examination.
S. E. MESSINGER, Manager.
“You may well be puzzled,” he con started. When I laid him down on the of a few moments ago shrink back, hut more than any other that woman was
This w as signed by both, and they also i
tinued. “But I will explain. There is a floor Alice eaine to herself again, and we the one nearest the door suddenly sprang Mrs. Cleveland.
M c M innville , orf . gon .
; signed a paper making over Io Coudert I
group of mines near here which certain spread some blankets and bear skins be through it, and then my friend, the edi
The colonel saw that advance was [
i Brothers tiie money found on them.
capitalists of San Francisco are anxious fore the fire and stretched the wounded tor knew tliat the fight had liegun.
better than retreat, and lie submitted -
Lawyer Waite stated that the evidence
Paper Hanging and
to place on the Lindon market. They man upon them.
‘‘Drop your gun quick,” lie said to the his report to the effect tliat while the i against his clients was so overwhelming
have hired me to advocate these mines,
He was soon able to speak, and said remaining man, “Throw it to this man. case was not covered by the articles of that there was no chance for them io
and it is part of my bargain to run my lie had become benumbed witli the cold But, hold on, let him take it
from your war or army regulations, he felt that he escape extradition, and it was their own
Prompt Attention to Orders from
paper in such a manner that the London 1 and while in this condition hail fallen oft' pocket.”
would not exceed the limits of soldierly
; wish to ieturn to France as soon as |o--
readers will think that n large town is bis liorse upon a jagged rock, which had
Tlie man’s hand that had moved to- duty if he volunteered to escort Mrs. sible. The husband was anxious to
flourishing in the mountains. See?”
Hayes. She approved the re|K>rt, and
caused him severe injuries. His daugh ward his weapon fell away.
’ shield liis wife and had it inserted in the
THE NADJY BAR!
I nodded vaguely and he went on :
ter listened in silence to his story, and I,
“Hurry up,” he said to me ' impatient. reaching Mrs. Cleveland’s Iwx made ex statement aliout the money that she re
IN THE COOK HOUSE.
“My imagination is not sluggish, and remembering tlie blood stains on the sad ly. “We’ve no time to lose. »» 1
planations in sucn a way as to complete
ceived it from him without knowing
Stocked with the Choicest Wines. I.iq-
sol manufacture all 1 write. I leave no dle, was silent also.
1 stepped over to the man and took ly win the heart of her successor in t he where he got it from.
ors and Cigars—Domestic and Imported.
stone unturned to make the mythical
His arm was terribly swollen, and his weapon from his pocket, and 1 had
It is a question whether the w if • could
city of Manganetus a live, bustling town. when we cut away tlie bloody sleeve of hardly done so when tin» window of the
Tlie Best Ear ixi tlie City
have been extradited, but slie waived
You will find in this issue a public meet his coat, there was discovered the track I cabin was broken in and the man out-
WM. MARTIN. Proprietor.
tier rights in that iciqiect. She put tl e
ing called to discuss the question of a of a pistol ball. There was no mistaking , side sent in one hurriedly aimed shot.
“l’lease, «ir, give me a stamp,” she
matter very tersely to Deputy Mar hal
new bridge across a stream that exists it, and warming up under the influence
My friend the editor opened a lively said at the postoftice window the other Bernard by Raying: ‘‘I would rather lie
! only in the columns of the Index. Here of meat and hot brandy, lie made a clean fire and I covered the strange man in the day.
“Here it is, little girl,” said the cletk in State prison in France than remain
is the wife of a prominent mining sujier. er breast of his adventure. He said that ■ cabin, but did not shoot. In fact I was
any longer in th-.s cotinlrx. That is
intendent eloping with a member of the lie had been belated by the storm and a puzzled in trying to figure out just wfiat as he raked in the two pennies and
what I think of your America.''
Boot & Shoe Dealer. city
few miles from his cabin a highwayman to do, as these men seemed officers of
Next session begins on Monday, the 16th
knocking the smithereens out of a cigar had stopped him in the road. After re- the law.
of September, 1889.
Sitting Hull, the riwallv Sioux, ha«
mailing boxes and drop|X-,l it in one of
Free scholarships from every county in
store. You will note the advertisement | I ceiving the ball in his ami lie had re
After firing three shots through tlie the slits.
the State Apply to your County Superin
; tally recovered from Ids recent attack <>t
of the cigar store in another column. turned the fire and liis man drop|ied w indow uselessly he sprang through tin-
tendent. F ree tuition after J an . 1. lstio.
“Here—what did you do that tor?” pneumonia. "Death loves a .him
Four Courses : Classical, Scientific, Lit
Here is the killing of ‘Texas Pete' and1 ! dead in the snow.
This powder never vanes. A marvel of
back door and beckoned me to follow. I calied the clerk.
erary ami a short English Course in which
mark.” Sitting Bull does not alim,
purity, strength ami wholesomene«». .More
there is no Latin, Creek, French or German.
’‘Please, sir, but I dropped a letter in
He took the horse and kept on his way did so mechanically, in res|ionse to his
economical than the ordina v kinds, und
The English is pre-eminently a Business
oner’s jury. The cause of the shooting home, when at last, faint from the loss impatient gesture and he said hurriedly: yesterday without any stamp on it, and
cannot be sold in compe it »on with multi
Coutse. For Catalogues or other informa
tude of low test, short weight alum or phor*
of blood, he had fallen from liis horse
“Keep these hounds off me a few mo that’s to make up tor it.— Detroit Eree
.1 W. JOHNSON.
i»hate powder. Sold only in cans. K oval
I of a mining location of fabulous richness. and remained in the snow until rescued. ments till I can mount a horse and you Preu.
• ’A.»,, -• H V,
W. T. Shurtleff.
A. E. Wood.
MY FRIEND THE EDITOR.
J. I. KNIGHT &
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANC
J. I. KNIGHT & CO
CARLIN & HIGH.
The St. Charles Hotel
J. B. ROHR,
Htdise. Sign, and Ornamental Painter
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON.