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ALB ANY, OREGON, SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1871.
jrrica 0:1 corner
TCIIT SATORDAT IT
PEBRT AND FIRST-8T8.
linos or less, first Insertion, '
Larger advertisemeats- ins
iberal terms; K
ATES. ' i
erSquare of ten
xted on the most
V'IlaAsAroteUre4.".ew rjtpetoek or colored
inks, cards ir ftordon Jobher, etej-r-we are: pre-
M'ed to execute- all Klaus 01 priming in & pwi
manner and fiftv per cent, cheaper tnau ever be
fore offered in this city . , , " - - . .
. - -. -i : i. . ' , - ' '
. ' - -Agents for the Registor. ,
The fillownig gentlemen are authorised to re
ceive and receipt for subscription, advertising,
- etc., for the Register ;
JIT K AM SMITH, Eaq. ...... Harrisburg.
JTodse 6 H. CLAUG11T0N... Lebanon.
PETER Hi: ME, Esq Brownsville
W. R. KIRK, F.q -
K. E. WHRELtTR, Ecq Seio.
T. II. REYNOLDS, Esq -. Salem.
O. P TOMPKINS, Esq llarrisbur".
L. P. FISHER, Esq . "Frisco.
B A Iff RIN G
.. "ABB ' ' ' '
DEPOSITS RECEIVED SUBJECT TO
check at sight. - , .
Interest allowed on time deposits in eoin.
Exchange on Portland, San Francisco and
New York for sale at lowest rates.
Collections made and promptly remitted.
Refers to II. W. Corbett, JUcnry Failing, . P.
S- Ranking hours from 8 A. jr. to 4 P. M.
Albany, February 1, !S71.22v3
; C. MEALEY ;
DEALER IN & MANUFACTURER' OF
- and -
CABINET WARE !
13 e deling, Etc.',
Corner First and Broad Albin streets,
. ALBANY, OSEUON.
J. QITIXIS THOnSTOX,
j. TTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
h Office No. Ill First Ftrect, bctweea Mor
rison and A ldtr, opposite the Occidental llottl,
""' Will practice in the Superior and Inferior
Courts of the State, and in the District and Cir
cuit Court of the Uuitcd States, giving special at
tention to the collection of debts in all parts of
" Oregon, and . obtaining discharges in Bank
raptcy, which, since the last amendment to the
law, ma- bo obtained from all debts contracted
prior to "January 1st," lSG'J, without rtffiard to the
per eentao which the assetts may finally pay. :
.November 20, 1870-12v3y: . ;
jjS" particular attebtios paid to "3
OROEKS OP AX.Ii KINDS
LOOK I1ERJC ! .u
SA3V FUAACISCO STORE!
V CQRWBtt KIRBT AMD PCB&T STREETS, ;
Keeps constantly on- band a full assortment of
STOVES, PUMPS & TINYARE I
I will have for sale the celebrated
Xla,xn.ozxcl ' Hoolt
cook stove, and other leading styles.
?.? -Also, manufacture all kind of
Tin, Copper and SUeet-Inm Ware, -.
- in the best style, at lowest rates,-.
FOR CASH r .COUNTRY. PRODUCE.
CITY DRUG STQRE.
" t Bv SALT ARSH.
':aV carothehs &co., . -
DRUGGISTS & APOTHECARIES,
" ' "(Foster's Block, First street),.
: - MRS. VAN T ACTOR,' ' -
DBAX.BR IN MILLINERY - AK0 'FAKCT
Goods, Lebanon, Oregon, baa just received
an elegant invoice of stock and goods to which
she invites the attention of the ladies of Lebanon
and vicinity. .
35. rroanee win be taken in exchange for
goods. ... , , E. VAN V ACTOR.
May 13, 1871-363 '
j i t ORECON,
Always on hand a full supply of
Ths Farest Wines and Lienors, . ;
fur MeflTcinal purposes only. -
. :', A well selected stock of is ::;.
Groceries , ami Crockery I
will always he found at my establishment." - i
I will sell all goods in my bouse, for Cash or
Produce on delivery, cheaper than ever before
offered in this market. "
igj. All kinds of repairing done, on short
notice, and entire satisfaction warranted, at my.
Stove aud Tiu Store. ', , ,-. , ,. . ". ? -
, . JULIUS GRADWOIIL.
Nov. 19-11 , , .
BUILDERS, ATTENTION r
SASIIBLWD AD EOOR
F A C TOR Y !
Mitiii in . -
Drugs; Chemicals, Medieincs.
PAINTS OILS, DYE-STUFFS,
French and ..American Calogries,
: ' MANDKERCniEF EXTRACTS,
in his. lino
ijUDOB KBI.SAT. - - JOSErH HASXl-S.
KELSAY & HANSON.
Attorneys anij Counsellors at Law.
(Partners for Linn county.) -
OFFICE In Tost OfTU'o Building, (up stairs')
Albany, Linn county, Orejon. ,
v 1 ALB ANT, OliEtJON.
-TC3T RECEIVED, A LARGE ASD WELL
(J selected stock of French liowls, consistine
of Cossimcrc?, Boavers and Doeskins, and all
manner of Fancy oods of the best quality.
lif Suits made to or.cr.
4fi . L. STRUCKMEIER A CO.
ceo. r. settlejVsIEr,
I R U G-G I S T.
(Successor to D
Parrisib,,s New Ruililiug-, l-'irst Street,
8. B. ALTHOtSE. S. WRICRT. J. r. BACKKSSTO.
ALTIIOUSE & CO.,
ITOS STREET, (OX.TDE UIVEB BANK), '
Pure , TVincs . &.., .X.iqiior.,
" ' . f for medicinal purposes"'
Fine Tobacco and Cigars.
&JS) Physician's Prescriptions and Family
Recipes compounded wita care.
December 31, 1870-17 " -
OLOCES, JEWBLRT, ETC.
' 3&3 Renairine of Clocks. Watches. Jewelrr.
Ac, attended te. AU work warranted.' " 81 vS
A Strange Story.
A BAUGAIIV OFFERED!
A Slendld Drug Business for Bale. ' "
WIBnTNOnffOrRBTIRB FROliV ACTTVB
busine.s, owing to proiraeted ilUfaealtb,
the undersigned offers hia large and nourishing
in this city for sale at a low figure for CASH.
' Apply soon, if you want a bargain, to - - :.
: !.. .. .. GEO, F. SETTLEMEIR .
Daily Orcgonian copy onemonth and send
bill to this offiecjse 27 '
T EEP ON HAND A FULL ASSORTMENT,
iV. and arc prepared to
ITixi'Tiisli. to Order,
J. Wi Ulesitrey.
C1 EXTLE.MEN'S BOOTS MADE TO ORDKR
R en short notice, and with, neatness and dis
patch. - " " -
jzyy- Al". Kinds of Repairing Sone.
' Albany, June 11. 1870-40
I. IS. RICE, HI. U.,
PHlrSIClAH AND 'SURGEON,
Albany, - ----- - Oregon,
OTFICE ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF MAIN
' Albany, April '70.-32
ik'ugs and Medicines,
PAINTS. OILS, GLASS, ETC.
hand and receiving.
C CONSTANTLY o
J larre stock of
" ' Groceries and Provisions, , '
Wood and Willow Ware, Tobacco, Cijrars, Con
fectionery, Yankee Notions. &c, Ac, holcsale
and Retail, opposite R. C. Hill A S.nrs dru
store, Albany, Oregon. jn40'T0
ZXiltabidcl & Co.,
DEALERS IN GROCERIES AND PRO
visions, Wood and Willow Ware, Confec
tionery, Tobacco, Cigars, Pipes, Notions, ete.
F rst street, adjoining the B nk, Albany,
Oregon. . ; vl
. All articles warranted pure and of tiio best
Physicians Prc?criitions carefully compounded.
Albanv. Oct. 17. !SfiS-6tf
LIVERY, FEED & SALE
3IOXTG03IERY & BARTCES,
, PROPRIETORS. A '
E ARE PREPARED TO FURNISH
the pnblic with neat turnouts in the way
Stylish Buggies & Carriages
.a?:a s t S t
. HITCBELL. J. !t. DOI.PB. A- XlTZ.
. Xlilitchell, Dolph St. Smith, .
VTT0RNEYS A COUNSELLORS at LAW,
Solicitors in Chancery and. Proctors in Ad
miralty. OSce over the old Post Office, Front
street, Portland, Oregon. - - j I '
JAMES A. WARNER,
Civil Engineer & Surveyor.
IS PREPARED TO DO SURVEYING AND
Engineering. Uses improrved Solar Compass.
Onlers by mail promptly attended to. Re.i'ieuce
on 4th St., apposite Dr. Tate's rcsidenoe, Albany
-Oregon. - nI9-6m
On th-; most reasonable terms. Our livery is all
new and of the latest styles, and we shall take
pride in giving our patrons as neat and reliable an
outfit as ean be obtained in the suit,
Horses boarded at reasonable rates, by the week
Hack and Carriages furnished for parties, Ac
A shara of public patronage is solicited.
j I MONTGOMERY 4 BARTGES,
' Albany, December 17, 1870-15- v:.-i
.- fuih as
Crown, Panel, Rand, and Section Mold
WINDOW AND DOOR FRAMES I
awl nil other kinds of " '
Ruildingr Material -
CITV PROPERTY FOR SALE
STITZEL & UPTON,
" Real Estate Dealers, Albany, Ogn.
CITY OF ALBANY :
Lot 3, " block 6 Good house.
Lots 3 lind 4. " 2 unimproved. ; .
Lots 1, 2, 7. 8, 19 Good house and stable.
Lots 5 and 6, ' 2 Good house.
Lots 5 and fi, 130 . " ,
Lots 1, 2 and 3, " ft house and two stables.
9 Lou . " CO " "
Plenty of excellent fruit a desirable homestead
Now offered to the trade than ever before, as we
. sell for ' - t
Cash : or .Trade ! '
In hand, and, having dispensed with long credits
- - . - f i-:.
15 per cent ' cheaper '
Than any bouse giving 12 month's time, or any
kind ot a credit system, can oiler to the trade.
Come along with your Cash or Produce, and see
what you ean do at the CASH BTOKK of
It. CritSADiitS A CO.
N. B. Cash paid for all the EGGS offered.
: ALSO . "
Are prepared to do MILL WORK t furnish Shl
kcr Fans, Zigzag Shakers, Suction Fans, Driving
Pulleys, of any kind, at onr Factory on Lyon
street, (on the river bank), nest below Markham's
!ALTHOUSE fe CO.
Albany, February 0,1863-4. " '
Lots 6 and 7,
Lots 2 and 3,
Lots 3 and 4,
Lota 3 and 4,
-" 24 Good hou?e.
" aud stable.
i ' '
60 .unimproved cheap.
" 5 , . , desirable lots,
lis 1ox house.
7J acres ' good timbered land, one mile from
Albany, in Benton county.
' Ten Homestead Lots, (5 acres each, mile north
of Albany Forry, at $120 each. .
For particulars apply' to
V jr. C. MEN DEN II ALL,
: -Real Estate Agent.
. Office in Parrish Brick, Albany, Oregon. 40
A Great Bargain..'
v , ... ..
milE FARM " KNOWN AS "FARMOUNT
1 Lake" is offered for sale at $10,000 in coin
$4,000 in hand, and the remainder in six equal
annual payments, with interest from date. The
tract is in good shape, being nearly a square, con.
turning about 6fi0 acres of rich soil ; and is diver
sified with forests vast, fair lawns, lordly oaks,
and willows sitting by the lake, tbe woodland and
prairie so alternating as to make it one of the
most attractive places in the State. It is situated
on the west side of the Willamette river, 'within
half a mile of Albany, rhich is known as being
in the heart of the best agricultural portion of
Oregon, Tbe location is healthful, : It has a good
stone quarry, about 100 acres under fence, a two-
story frame barn with shedding 90 feet snnare ;
large and handsome new bouse two-stories high
thoroughly painted inside and out, the large eup
boards and book.; ae.s being fixtures, and tbe
house having under its whole length a good dry
cellar. In addition to thesetbere is a neat welV
bouse, a wood-bouse and all other, necessary out-
honFca. x here is a meadow, large pasture, or
chard, garden, Ac, Ac. It is susceptible of be
ing divided-into -foar farms, all'of -tham' having
good soil, fuel and rail timber, and three of them
For particulars address J. C. Mcndcnuall, Esq..
Albany, or the undersign at Portland. "
Feb. 14tb, 1871 2v3. ' Attorney at Law.
well selected i
STOYE DEPOT !
STOVES, COOK, PARLOR &B0X.
of the best patter-
iJ. Powell Fllun, : -"
A TT0RNEYS A COUNSELLORS AT LAW
X and Solicit rs m Chancery , - .
" - -i , Is. Flinm, Notary Public,) , - v
Albany, Oregon. Collections and conveyances
promply attended to. , . , fT' t -
GEO W.; GRAY, X. X-
WOITLD SOLICIT THE PAT--ronasre
of all peesons desir
ing ARTIFICIAL TEETH and
FIRST CLASS DENTAL itera
tions. Nitrous Oxide administered for the pain
leas extraction of teeth, when desired. , Charges
Offim in Tri-;.fc A fin ' brick block. Resi
dence, first bouse south of Congregational Church,
Irontiqg on Court House block.
. Albany Oregon, July 2, 1870--43
-:ix i .... .
B U S II EL S OF OATS, for
which, the highest market price
will be paid, in CASH; at the itore of
N. S. BIT BOISE
Also, Batter and Eggs, in unlimited quantity,
for which the highest market price will bo paid in
con. can and see iner ... --' ; . -.,::
Albany, Aug. 20, 1870-50 v . - ,
S20.00 A DAY !
TO MALE AND FEMALE AGENTS
To introduce the celebrated
$25 CO -s
ullAEYE SHUTTLE SEWIXO
STITCH ALIKE ON BOTH SIDES, and is
th. rfS?f!5 1J.l,fD4cd, hu"le roachioe In
Ik! Hf.i4.8": "old ' 40. to ase
bvT, ;r , "'lson e1. an are acknowledged
Ar' iVw?. . votn free. Ad-
20vim rJiAttoOH, Gee.'Agts., ,
20v3tf Albany, Oregon
THE NEW ENGLAND MUTUAi. Llris
Insurance Company of Boston is the ouly
company on tms coast, gorerneu uy iue
Bflassachnsetts Non-Forleitnre Law.
This comnanv was incorporated A. D. 1835,
and has accumulated assets of over $000,000 00.
Tbs following lapsed policies bpve been paid on
this coast under this law : .;
' - : Over duo at time
Tiu, Slieet Iron and
Copper War S
anJ the usual t3Sortmcnt of Furnishing Goods t
be obtained in a i -s.
No. of policy.
. 4 months. ;
1 1 months
Had tbe above policies been in any ether com
pany, they would nave oeeo zortvited.-
The above facta speak for themselves, and to
the wise aud prudent fuethcr comment is unnec
EVERSOX & MIDDLEMISS, '
GENERAL AGENTS, : :: ' SAN FRANCISCO,
l . FiTi n ri J
Local Agrent, i i Albany, Oregron.
February 25, 1871-25y ,.
rCRWIIwG. - -:. TVB'lVIIVCt.
i ax PBKPaaan oeo
ALL KINDS F ; TURNING Jt
I keep on band aad make to order
ft ? -Aan ii :"'JZ-;:M-
y Shop near the "Magnolia Mills."
Albany, Nor. 8, 1868
Is the most popular style ofc Photograph now
made.: Call and See. i - A.-jJ- v ii
Jan. 14-19 Albany, Oregon.
yjT' Repair nca tlif and promptly txfutett, "TS
- i v - firen reasoHaoteJernK. n5G .
. "Short reckonings, make long friends."
Front stret..-.....L., Albany.
Next door to Mansfield A Co. '
" . doc5'68-I , 'f -,-'
Iflro2 JJirGl 3FlxI
XVSli. KCIIV &
Having just received a Large and
.. Stock of .
- , sren as. ' ' -
FARMER'S & MECHANIC'S TOOLS
. . . i : : . ii COSSISTtKO ,! OP
ANVILS, VICES, BELLOWS,
Hammers, Hammers, . v
, , ' . Sledges," Sledges,
Saws, Saws,' Saws,
' Planes, Planes, Planes,
CorssCnt and Mill Saws,
. Together with a large assortment of
IRON AND STEEL
Nails, Nails, Nail.
i uiaif0 kiiuic, uiiugcj
Axles, Thlmble-Skcias, Bolts, AlC, sac.
... ... ..... ,, ,c -u,--
'; Also, a -well. Selected Stock of
SPOKES. nUBS, BENT RIMS.
SHAFTS, POLES, HICKORY AXLES, ETC.,
All of which we are now offering to tbe public
at low rates. - As we make tbe business a spec
ialty, we can and will keep a better assortment at
lower prices than aDy house in this city.
Receiving and opening a largo and splendid
WOOD ANX WILLOW WARS, '
Which we offer at reduced rates. : " ' T
r . , .W. H. KUHN A COi
In the Montcith Fire proof Brie, First-st.
March 12.-70-27 .' v., '
FIRE AND MARINE 1
' SAN' FRANCISCO CALIFORNIaV ! '
Total AsseU.:.::. (Gold) ...1.T?T 36.63
' ' J. HUNT, President.' ' ,
v.iVi-5. Wk. ALVORD. Vice President. '
'A. J. RALSTON, -Secretary, i.i . ? '
A. BAIRD, Marine Secretary. , , ..: - .,
" A Stitch ' in Time Saves Nine !"
Fire . and Marins : InsuraiicB Comiiaiy !
. .. Nos. 416 and 418, California street,
San Francisco, -' - - ' - California.
STOCKHOLDERS INDIVIDUALLY LIABLE
Cash Capital, lu Gold Coin, T5O,0O0.
s Deposit In ' Oreyon, 50,0O0. -
Losses Promptly anif'Equittihly AdjutlefL
And i'aid in UoM Uom. '
rpirilS COMPANY having complied with the
1 . laws ef Oregon, by making a deposit of fifty
thousand dollars, is now prepared to effect insur
ance against Loss or Damage by Fire, and also
against Marine and Inland Navigation risks, on
liberal terms. -
i OfSTAYE TOTJCHARD, Pres
, .CHAS. D. HAVEN; fieo'y. - - -
Ag:ent fori Albany.
AEIXAiY DOOK STOKE.
ESTABLISHED IN. 1856. "
. : 1. ... ,. "" " " '"
Tk E A L E R IN ' EVERY VARIETY OF
U Miscellaneous Books, School Books, Blank
'Hooks, Stationery; An. u Books imported to erder
a .uuri nonce. ..... ' .:v .i'i' liustn
Albany, Oregon, December 3, 1870,
3r The leading Fire and Marine Insurance
Company on this coast.
jJtCf-SjOjOOO deposited in Oregon.- -
xgf Losses Promptly and Equitably adjusted
ana paid in uoiii voia, -... -
LADD & TILTON, Geo. Agenta r
For Oregon and ' Washington Territory
- - ALBANY, OREGON. A .
March 4, '71-26y . , -
II. C. CLEMENT,
I 3T. T 33 3Et
4 LL KINDS OF PAINTING, GRAINING
J and paper-hanging.- Walls colored aid
whitened. Orders promptly attended to.' y
Shop over Adams' Wagon Factory... 31vt
IS HEREBY OIVESr, THAT' I': HAVE
opened a . , , t - .
Eivery and Feed Stable !
in the town of LEBANON, where I will bo con
stantly on hand to attend 'to the wants- of' the
people. i ,,, .... .')...,,:'
I will run a hack from Albany to jLeuanon ana
Soda Springs, on Saturday of each week. - .
All business entructed to my caro .will be
promptly attended to. - -
Lebanon, Sept. 10, 1878 lvSmS .f
Potatoes !" Potatoes J "
aft III ecived and in
per bushel, by S-' : t
juarcn li, its i-a7ti .
etore, for ssle at $1 25
N. 8. DUBOIS.
Patroulse Home Manufactares t
Six miles Soath of Albany, Lluu Co.,
-' rfi: .!i.. :
lTeatir . tlx Ii,iilrroixl.
I S 0 LICIT THE ATTENTION OF ALL
persons desiring to purchas Fruit trees to
call and examine my stock, which is composed of
the largest and best selection in the State, con
sisting of Apples, Pears, Cherries, Plums, Prunes,
Grapes, Black Berries, Currants and Roses..
Also,' - i '
Black and, White Walnut, English Wal
'nut, nickory, Penan, lledbud,,
Honey Locust, IJackbcrry,. '
and a number of other varieties of trees and plants
too numerous tu mention, all of which are offered
at low rates, J A HENRY W.' SETTLEMIRE.'
December 17, J870-15
CITY , MAKKET,
-I FIRST STREET, ALBANY, OREGON,'
J. E. HARRIS &
TaROPRIETOHS. We shall
en dearer to
I'? always keep on hnnd a full supply of all rf. ;
'"Kinds of Meats!;
all of whUk-waiie of-tbowy 'best quality
v The highest market price paid for Beeves, Hogs
and Sheep, t j . - . , . s.
' Third dooftrcst SfFerryj-on south side of First
streets. J- L. HARRIS CO.-
- Albany, Dee. 13, 1870-15
D'R o o r.i o :
. RISEN FROM THE DEAD. .w
. , Several days ago a jeweler on Mont-
gomcry street - received a visit from an
old friend, one-whom in 'former years
had been a companion of his in a-little
village in the State of Tennessee. - They
had not . met for many, yean, and, of
course,, -had much to say about ancient
friends and long-gone incidents. .
r-Do yon remember Henricka," said the
jeweler's visitor, "our -young lawyer, the
':Pride of the Village,' as called him.
whose brilliant career;. ended so . unhap
pily 7 Not many hours ago, while in
cargo a express office, I ec countered, a
gentleman -who ' bore a strange - reaem-
blanee to 'our unfortunate acquaintance.
so much so, . indeed, that: I tuougbt . it
was Henncks himself risen from, the
Nonsense ; v "poor Henrick'a crave is
many, hundred miles' from us, far away
in the lennesaee village. V
"BsaL" said the other, "do von not
recollect hia iiajbit ot throwing back hia
head Whan speaking, and that - scar on
the cheek which, ho swore he received in
duel ? My specter had a scar,- but
only had 'a side' planae at him, and he
leit bciore I , conia satisty, mj cariosity
"When next you see Henrick's ghost,
track it to its sepulchre, John, and ' wo
shall lay it together, as the Romans say.
And so they parted. . - .
, THE PBJPE OF THE - VILLAGE hn
Truth is stranger than fiction : and
wild and improbable as the following
narrative may appear, yet the writer has
it from the gentlemen' alluded to in ' the
introduction, both ot whom are mflaen
tial and respected members of society.
The hero of this strange tale now holds
an important position in this State, and
only three individuals on the Coast are
aware or bis past lite, come may say that
to unveil his, secret for the purpose ot
giving a sensational nlory to the public is
malicious and morally wrong ; bnt our
defense-is, that it ran never injure the
individual never lead to the discovery
of his name and that a tissue '- of fact
so strongly tinged with romance, is wor
thv of publication. IIo has since his
resurrection for dead he was in tho con
viction of several thousand people led
a useful and honorable life, that in itself
would be sufficient expiation for the errors
of the past. So to begin. About twenty
five years ago, in a .-. village in I eonessee
the name ot the viiluge wo shall not
give lived a young lawyer, whom, for
eonvenience sake, shall be called lien
ricks. . His : talent' as an - advocate and
fluency .in political speeches soon marked
him out as a rising man., ii others, with
marriageable daughters, invited him to
their houses i young ladies smiled on him
and cast ' their nets; fathers produced
their best wines when Henncks filled a
chaic at the dinner table' and in. fine, he
became at once the pet of-, tho village,
In every important suit he was the lead"
mg counsel ; in every ball the belles
favored one : . w every riding party- the
-commander and.- the director, v But ilhe
doctor's , daughter blue-eyed and - golden-haired
with , her . soft ' ballads and
gentle ways, won v the' lawyer's heart.
Many were their walks in the tender
gloaming, 'under sycamore and elm ; their
meetings in the morning before tbe sun
had robbed the flowers of the dewdrops
and so their courtship went on. And
when at last they stood before the alter,
the neighbors agveed that never - before
was so auspicious a wedding. . - , - - t
-.,.. , , BOWING TEX STORM.' .
As the years passed over the heads of
Ilenricks and his : bride their prosperity i
increased. Children with ; the mother's
eyes came to them and blessed the house
hold, while clients poured the shekels
into the -Judge's fioffers. The humble
cottage where the honeymoon was passed
was exchanged for a stately , residence,
the long walks for a carriage ' with crest
and servants,' and all the pomp of riches.
The Judgo s wines were the 'best in the
county, and .the J udge's r hospitality
brought htm a . legion of .friends. Din
ners ot the most expensive character
were -a daily occurrence, until people
wondered" how even their host - could
afford such luxuries.- But the Judtre
was -changed.., .Not that he became proud
or eold, but crow's feet gathered thick
and fast under the eyes", add the forehead
gamed "many wrinkles. : A cram, .the
gossips said the Judge; is overworked and
careworn, he - seems to be losing his
powers of enjoyment. However, spite
of wrinkles and crow's feet and moodv
the ball, for v
stranger to ii c: '
peals ford as a t"
expected at the t . .
earden where ,tLa-tI-ll u
the perfume ef Bamtner f. i
. . , 1 m .
the splash of ftmnUics trz 1 ..r
refreshing io the sultry ni;U; 4f" 1
conservatory rich wita the weil. j 4 tl
tropics, and from the nooks end v-roer
marpie iook ooiaiy uown o iu w- - -ing
groups below, the guest tils to 'the
supper-room.! The rarest efforts ef th
skill of the maitre de evtsine are there f
wines born ia the French hillsides and T
mellowed in the nobles' cellars bcibl
out from delicate Bohemian glaesee'
while erotesQUe piles of ' swtUmeata
assert the : cunning of ihe pastry . eook
Tbe Judge is at the bead or ui trjMi -
his healibhaa been drank with all the;.,
honors,abd Leas risen te return AmVi '
But ere the applause which rre4 tie
toast had subsided and before the" Judge's -
pa were opened, two stranrers enter
the supper-room," approaching; t" kost
and one tapping him on the shoulder says
in a clear voice-heard from one end 01
the hall to the other : "John HenrSeks.
I arrest you for forgery here is tjr
warrant' - : ' V .
THERE WAS HTJRRYIrtO TO AMD HA
Had an earthquake shaken the Judee'e'
mansion, it could not have produced more
consternation than did this extract diners'
arrest. But how did the prisoner, the
host, meet, this unlooked for contretemps!1
mv . .was a
stot witn tne oota, surprised stare or as
tonished innocence, but with the ath of
one who received a long-expected calanv
Uy. His 1 wife begged or bint to speak,
but be waved her aside. .Tea minutes
afterward be was whirled away from that
brilliant ball, from - wilt and ctuM ctKI
friends, to be lodged iu a felon's cellv
WHAT THE WOBIiD SAID.
The village was astounded ; the charge
gradually leaked out, even before the
preliminary examination Judge Ilen
ricks had forged bonds to the aaaotmt of
over half a million. The Government
was determined that he should be telJ
up as an example. , How the paras. tea
disclosed their true nature., and east
stones at the man at whose table .they
hsd feasted, and the true, loving, manly
hearts clung closer to the -unfortunate -ono
whoso shr had found him out.
Never a day ' passed ' without the true
ife, the strome ivy that clung to the
tottering oak, visiting his coll and cheer'
ing him wxth bopes of acquittal. . Hut
one day after , tho wife had passed .out,
vno jailer looaeu into nis prisoner can,
dui it was "empty, tue siuuge nau utsap.
pearcd. - " ... .. . '..
: . Morning' saw - many a 1 Gotef nmefll
official on horseback in pursuit of-the
fugitive. The wife was closely interro
gated, but she declared that she knew
nothing of the husband's flight. ' She
had left him in the evening with the few
delicacies and books brought , to pass the
solitary hours, and imagined that he had
composed himself to sleep before she left
Wood and -brush, swamp and tanglewood
were .closely searched, hut no trace of the
forger was discovered. On the . fourth
day -a stray horseman' from tbe main -body
fired his pistol as a signal to his
comrades. He was standing over a dead
body when his comrades arrived, a body
dressed in the Judge's clothes, with his
nrivate documents ia tbe nook eta aad a
erest on the ring that encircled the finder
of the cold stark band.'. .
Tlli WVStVJLL.' t-.'i ? i ." .
, JViA47ftMt, eto, and few, Indeed, of the
mourners that followed the bessae to the
grave murmured of the faults and follies
of tbe cold clay . in its rosewood eeCta
The widow, pale and hsr-ard with the
burden of a mighty grief, stood by their
fresh grave and her tears fell, thick and
fast when the clay fell houow and mourn-
tuU; on the casket. "Ashes to ashes. -dvst
to dust," iu the minister's dull .
monotone ; rcqui'fcat i pace oa the plaie
marble - headMoae, and the remaioe-ef
the hrilliant, . the . prosperous- bat erring
Uenncks .were left to mingle wita ttsr
yellow clay. -. ' .''
i. . n I, I ! I mi IM
jeweler s store on Montgomeey street.
twenty years after the event , .t eeoraea
' 1 " - - CONVICTieW '
ia nave met nim, Aienricas nismu.
Nay, Holmes, this time I have not been
deceived. Come with me and I- will
show you the dead alivethe Jaxlt o!i,
gray and careworn, but still the hero of
tn K-wtRaM tJt
dsvs and .restless nishts. the Jadtre's
HAVING GONE LARGELY INTO house was open to olL Parasites were
tbe manntacuiro 01 t
I am prepared to furnish the Oregon public with
as good a broom as ean ho obtained on the eoast,
at Portland price. Crdors solicited.' - ' ?
Address all orders to. BLAIN, YODHC A
CO., Qereral Agents, Albany, Oregon.
. ' W. D. BELDIXtK
. Albany, December 3. 1S70-13V -' t
AJLiBAIVY J3AXII HOUSE.
ruwHB UNDERSIGNED WO0LB-RWRPKrvr
1 fully inform the eitisens of Albany aad vi
cinity that he has "taken charge of this establish
ment, and, by keeping clean rooms nad' pay in r
strict attintic to business, expects to . suit all
tnose woo may iavor mm sua their patronage,
liaviog heretofore carried on nothiug but ; . .
First-Clase Hair Orasslag' SaieeuSai
he expeo's to rive entire satisfaetioa to all, '
f sar- Children and Ladies' hair neatly ent and
shampooed. ; w JOSBPH WSRBJEJt ,
, ' ' - : .ssjrS r . . , --
THE - PTJB1IO . ARB HEREBY ; WARNED
' not to trust my son, Jacob P. Martin, minor,
as t will cot bo responsible for amy vdobts r bis
contracting from and after this date. - r.
HarrUburff, Or., May 19, 1871-58.
numerous, but true friends were also
there who loved .the ; generous, whole
souled man," whose bounrv was so unlim
ited, i . ; Snai sj-s.'.-.ii'i
REAPING THE WniRLWItf
It was the . eishth anniversarv of, the
Judge's marriage, and the Judges man
sion was in a blaze of light from roor to
Dasement. ' A long lino or -earriagoa
was s-. drswn un outside the stately porch,
and women in beautiful chenes and with
all the fascination, of society's queens
swept up the pictured ball toward the
ball-room. , Mrs; Henricks and her hus
band received eongratulatioos aed pres
ents from their guests. ;. Music with "its
voluptuous swell" wooed young hearts to
the dance and unslloyed enjoyment,
pleasure-bubbling and sparkling made
eyes look brighter and forms more madly
as they moved in the waits over the
smooth floor..' And -heated and -flushed
from the glorious exercise and arm-inarm
the dancers wandered In - the eon
aervatory, end gentle questiona were
asked and of t rerponses. given uvretura.
But it'ia idle to describe the pleasures of
wonder in the viUace oT
The ieweler took his hat aad
the street with bis friend. '
Here he comes. -Look at' him, and
tell me, am I not right : -
! The tall, sp'are man, face to face With '
the landssarkg of the past, grew pale and
staggered before his silent accuser ;
waved his band - deprecating!?, threw
hsck his hair with the oli gesture aad
with bowsd bead passed the only' tTO
men Q the raciSo Coast who keev tie
story of his guilt 'and who tatrvtijl at
the mystery of his resurreetios.. , . .t
r ib -' ': 4 .CCI.WIO - 4 :: - ';'
, W e have only givu tke t!L!a CcU ef
this strarge story,, v' oci exr yin'l Ja
or embellishment.. . . i a t" v v .'l t ia
in the swanp,: wi;V tLa i. . 's'b f r
ments, was bom, . cr t V tl j heo "tf
this extract;' j r rr " i I -rs: ZZ,
theprinc!7'l r.:.i v" irjt, r " v
holds a hi-h i -,i i'' -j : "ita. v 1 j
wife and ftt.;:j i - t : ' :x 1' r
tTuth is strar. tlA i. .-JL.-y.-rL. '.
' ' AYheB yci z'K rr t
winter, re- you ciz .;-, '
hoes you duj the poUtoss x'.Ji