The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18??, July 25, 1873, Page 2, Image 2

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    ALBANY REGISTER.
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to meet him one of her "oompt-
ny" dresses on, some knots of tel.
vet fastening her collar, and seem
ing to give a glow and brightness
to her white skin. He took her
hand, she raised her face, and with
a wild heart-bound lie kissed it, as
he had not for years before. She
was coming back to him again.
That was the thought that thrilled
him. Her infatuation it sucn
.. . .
for an hour, will you, John? she !
asked as she led him in. "I am
going to give you something nice,;
by-and-by, and 1 think Mr. Mali-1
burton wi 1 be in."
John Randall's blood froze once
more. It was not for him, then I
that all these preparations were i
made. I Seorgie had never spoken
Mr. Halibuuon's name to him to
fore. He could feel that she was
ombarrasMMl as she did so
'I want you to dress, John," she
Jed, cuaxinclv. "I have laid ;
added
everything out for vou."
It seemed to him that he would ,
have turned upon hei but that he!
felt so broken bv the thouffht of
losing his place, and resented her
gwety, her indifference, her .secre
cies all that made him so misera
ble through this long year. Hut he
had not the spirit.
He went to dress as she had asked
him. When he returned to the
parlor Stephen Haliburton and his
wife sat upon the sofa side by side.
It was rare indeed to sec Georgia's
fair face so illuminated. Her
cheeks were glowing, her eyes were
sparkling.
As for Mr. Haliburton he was
always the quiet gentleman, with
no sense of being out of his plac,
no apparent suspicion ot what was
rankling in the heart of his em
nlnvpp. Wrhat a nice little supper Georgie 1
had ready. Yet nobody ate. j
Finally the simner was over, and i
they went back to the parlor
Georgie disappeared for a mo
ment, and, returning, approached
her husband, g'anciug shyly at the
same time to her guest, whose face
brightened beyond its wont, as he
caught her eyo.
"We meant to make it all very
formal, John; but I see Mr. Hali
burton thinks I might as well tell
it in ray own way "
She paused, and a sober pallor
overspread her husbands face.
"What was coming?" his eyes
asked, with no faith that it was
anything to lighten his secret bur
den Georgie nervously folded and
unfolded a slip of paper which she
held.
"This is for yon, John;" and she
held it shyly towards him. "My
anniversary gift, I have been
working ior .Mr. Haliburton, too, j
this year. Aud I have thirty guin-1
eas here the price ot the designs I :
have made for the calicoes."
"Georgie?
"Vou never t-nspected it? I did j
not want you to till I knew wheth- j
er I could succeed."
John Uaudall had no voice in I
which to word his amazement, or!
his grat;tude for his restored faith, j
which, though his wife did not pus. !
pect it, was by far his most precious j
anniversary gift. She went on:
' could always use my pencil nim- j
My, yon know, John. And it had ,
occurred to me one day why I j
oowldu t do something with it tor
profit. I spoke to Mr. Haliburton,
and he was so kind you must
thank him. John he took so much
trouble with my crude attempt; he
did sir much to encourage me. And
now I am fairly in the way of work.
I shall work totter to know that
you know of it. f want to design
for carpets by-and-by, as tor prints,
that pays so well a percentage on
the sale. '
She stopped short, suddenly con
scious of how much she was saying.
"I have a surprise, also, for yon,
Mr. Randall.' added Stephen Hali
burton, quietly. "I hope it, too,
will prove agreeable. The ttuiver-
il'
had been was at. an end. Mie was ion, 10 uuk mucn, ne saia in his
his once more! And then, close upon straightforward way. "I have been
his new happiness, came the dreary depressed lately the sudden re
nvoilectioi' of his lost situation, moval of all cause for low spirits "
He thrust the moiiev in his pocket, i He stopped short. Two big tears
15y-and-by he would tell her all. rolled down his cheeks Stephen
"You won't mind waiting supper I HaUburtoti alone perceived what
sal testimony of the officials, as to
your efficiency and trustiness, make
me feel that I am not showing you
a proper appreciation, and I desire
to give you a somewhat more re
sponsible potitiou, with an increase
of salary! '
The very glory of heaven seemed
to be opening a way to John Ran
dall out of al l his trouble.
"I am too happy, Mr. Halibui-
11 i n i i
(eorgie never suspected, that her
secret had made her husband jeal
ous. He grasped John's hand.
"My dear fellow it's too bad! I
feared it a little once or twice. Of
course I could not hint to Mrs.
Randall.
"What, John? What, Mr. Hali
burton? '
"Nothing, Seorgie, that you will
ever know."
They were alone together, by
and - by, with their newfound hap-:
piness. Perhaps Georgie was equal-
IV reneveu mai were ww "o mure ;
neeu ut myswucauou.
"What ever made you think of
it, Georme:" her husband asReu
"Why, John, it was that day!
a'uout the gloves. I set myself con
sidering wl.y you should have all I
the toil, and I all the indulgence.
I pondered how I could make or
save something."
"I am happier than I ever thought '
r ii u i u !
i iuuiu in anin, ui-.ii.
"Do you know, I have fancied
you were unhappy lately, John, be
cause you thought was longing
tir things you could not give me?
I could hardly wait for to-night to
come to tell you all."
"My darling!"
.mil he folded his arms about
her, with his face on her shoulder;
aud in the brightness and silence of i
the room, with its odor of flowers j
lve, they felt their
y through the coming future.
wfet confident out ot the reach of
any bitter trouble, since they loved
and trusted one another.
The police authorities of Jack
sonville last week arrested all its ;
Chinese tor inhabiting bawdy j
houses. Ten were held tor trial, j
CiO TO THE
i
BEE-HIVE STORE!
TO HI
Groceries,
Provisions,
Notions,
&C, &C., &C,
CHEAP FOR CASH !
Country Produce of All Kinds
BOTOHT FOR MERCHANDISE OR
CASH!
! This i die place tn fret the BEST -BAR-'
CAINS ever olfored in Albany. Parties
! will always do well tmnlland sec for them
! selves.
II. WEED.
i First street, Alli&ny, Oregon-. 32v5
EPIZOOTICS DISTANCED.
THE BAT TEAM NT I I.I. LIVEN,
AND H FLOCRISHINC I.IKE A ORKBN
bav tree. Thankful for ist favors,
and wishing to merit the eontlnuanee of
the same, the BAV TEAM will always lie
readv, and easily found, to do any hauling
within the city Ilinfts, for a reasonable
comnensat ion . ' Baft" BHUery or Oooda
KperMly.
A. N.
ARNOLD,
Proprietor.
tikXtnOAP1-Agents wanted! All
$IU 9"" obMWt of working peop'ei f
either sex, voting or old, make more mon
ey at work 'for u In then- spat moment
or all the time, than at anything elae Par
ticular free. Addreat 0. StfMon A Co..
Portland, Matoe. . Wl
MWCELLAN'EOUS.
W. H. KUHN & CO..
Wholesale andJUtaU pesters i
KHtxr A!H IIKAVY
HAR D WAR K ,
r , .
Farmers' & u hanics' Tools,
Bl'lLOKW HARDWARE,
IRON AND STEEL,
UAK and ELM HVBH,
HICKORY OAK BPOKUJ,
HICKORY AXLE,
Hardwood Lumber,
Brut Rliua, Khun, Pole, Ac,
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
All of which arc now offered to the puh
lie at low rates. As we mnke the business
t specially, we inn and will keen a neltei
assortment, at lower
prices,
i nun
any
house In this city
W. H. Kl'llN A CO.,
Monteith fire-proof brick, First street.
Albany, June 14. 1STW1
FOR SALE
'JHE CELEBRATED W. A. WOOD'S
REAPERS & MOWERS.
Ilium's lleiulem, t Wood's improved.)
'oqulllarrs Indiana Farm Wagon.
The Rosad aud Vibrator Thresher.
(hesl machines on the coast.
Matesmau Foreefecd Drill.
Mar Plow, and other machines
Call, see, and get price and terms hcloro
buying elsewhere, at taj Blacksmith Shop
corner Second and EUtworth sts., Albany,
Oregon,
39v5
FRANK WID.
W. II. Mt-EIRLAND.
!LATE M. M. HARVEY A CO.,1
Opposite the hotels,
Albany, Oregon,
STOVES, RANGES,
Force and Lift Pumps,
LEAD AND IRON PIPE,
Hollow Ware,
HOUSE fTRMMIlSU HARDWARE,
:. P -
Tin, Copper and' Sheet Iron
Ware.
IJUNJENT STOCK IS THE VALLEY.
Lowest Prices Every Time.
Repairing Properly Done. 40v2
& ,
GUARD AGAINST FIRE!
DELAYS are DANGEROUS.
11 HE X V M E R OU8 SEVERE FIRES
. whieh have occurred tn our Slate i lie
past year. ant the late disastrous confla
grations in Portland. Springville, 1 alles,
Oregon City and Jacksonville, should ad
monish property owners to cek Indemni
ty against loss and dauuitfu b) tirewitliout
delay.
T1IK
PHCENIX
1 IiiNiii'.'iiice Company,
OF HARTFORD, OOXN.,
j Represented on the Paelftc Coast for ovwr
; itfleen years (during which period it has
j (mill tMMMO lor Eire Eosoes in Hie Pacific
! liernirliuentl, is one of the leading Atueri-
i can Eire Insiimnce Companies, and tlus
! Hartlord Uoinpeny ttipresented in the
1 State of Oregon. In the prompt adjust-
; ment and iyment of its losses, the Pbo
nil has no superior.the Company has nev
er ntm a suit m me state, anu in uic
; prompt jiayment of nenriy
1, 400,000 00
j in Chicago and Boston, proves that the
I old Phoenix is equal to Its every enuage
! merit.
, The agents of the Phoenix are authorized
. by commission from the Company to issue
, and renew policies direct, and without
reference to Portland, San Francisco, or
elsewhere, thus enabling Hie applicant to
1 secure Inim-itM!' and bhiliny protect Ion .
I Rules n low as solvency and fair profit
! will admit of.
L. f LINN, Mraldent Agent.
AprU is, ltf?3-3m:a Albany.
OR. GEO. W. GRAY,
1 E IV T I S T ,
ALBANY, OBEUON.
OFFICE IX PABK1SH BIIICK BLOCK,
comer First and Kerry streets. Residence-
Comer Fifth and Kerry streets.
Office hours fromS to 12 o'clock a. tn., and
1 to 5 o'clock p.m. Wv4
PRAXHLIN
MEAT MARKET
J. R. Herren, Proprietor.
WILL ENDEAVOR TO BE ALWAYS
supplied with the beat meats to be
had in tiie market, ami wHI he ever ready
to aocommodfttv o m) favor him
with a call. , . . t i. Mv
MISCELLANEOUS.
J. F. McCOY,
DKALKH IN
rpAKES PLEASURE IX INFOBMINtJ
1. his numerous friends and aciiuainl
nneiwthat nelmson hand a large supply
of
Saddleti & IIariietx,
which he will sell at prices to suit the
times.
At Butler old stand, I irsl-si.,
ALBANY, OREGON.
docHm6
The Eyed The Ears!
OR. T. L. GOLDEN,
Oculist mid Aurlst, Albany. Oregon .
DH. GOLDEN IS A
son of the noted
old optbalmlc doctor,
.s. CGo'nn,
Dr. Hold ui has had
cxiK-ricnee ill treating
t 1(1. VliriflU rlll-tl'M tO
Which t he eve and ear are subject, and feels
contiilent ot giving entire satislaotloii to
those who may place themselves under li i
care. April If. IM.
17. S. MAIL !
TrlWeekly stage Line !
THE l'SDERSI(iNEI) is now running a j
tri-weekly stage from Lelwion to A 1-1
lrnny, carrying the V. S. Mails, leaving
Leliitnon every Monday, Wednesday and j
Friday mornings, and returning, leave
Albany at i o'clock P. M. of said days. I
Passtmgcr.-calli'il for in any part of I be j
city. Allordei-s -iK-uld be left at the St. !
Charles notel. A.bau", , tor ;asergers or i
freight for Lebanon.
Packages au.i ht freiglil punctually
di lncrcd.it low :iites. Ah bnsincss en
lnMled tome will be promitlv attended to,
W. B. DOXACA.
ebanon Cob. W, 7I-24 4
IDr. J. s.
Coleman's
Componud
Xund Extract of Kuealyptos Is a prejara
i ion eomblning all the valuable medicinal
properties t,f the Eucalyptus which is cul
tivated In nearly every I allfornia garden
for its medicinal utility, having become
the household remedy for all disease ot
the kidneys, bladderand urinary' cannl.und
seminal weakness. It seems to have a di
rect affinity for the genito-nrlnary organs
and thelrsiuroundings.andctm'silieiii by
its alterative, healing and lialsamic prop
erties more effectually tluui any other
known remedy.
t " " . It iawtso
. V an inval-
ua'le rnn
edy for all diseas(;s of the mucous and
serous membranes, such as:
BrcMiehltlN. Iliiebing t'oiigb. Nnu
ea durlna; PreKWinry. DyhpepsiH,
li 'iieliorrbern, Kte.
This iirepanit ion is the result of Dr. Cole
man's experiments with the medicinal
properties of the lice in the U. 8, Marine
Hospital in San Kranclacn, in 1S7I and 1872,
when' he had unusual facilities for testing
the various methods Of
preparing the remedy,
and its uses. It can he
relied upon Ascertain to
give t lie promised re
sults, and hundreds of
testimonials of Itsetncn
cy can be seen at hi- of
fice, 405 Kearney st., Pan
Francisco.
ol mini' Double
Extract of Enrolyptiix is a powerful,
yet harmless, febrifuge, and I a special
preparal ion for the treatment of the mala
rious fevers of our interior valleys, and is
warranted to cure any case of fever and
Afrne treated wtth it according i dive.-,
tions. While the baneful resulis of the use
of the usual (Jnininennd arsenical remedies
lor i hose diseases are entirely avoided.
Beware of imitations, and lake none but
olcmiinV
For sale everywhere, and by ('has. Lang
ley ft Co., Druggists, Agents, Sun Francisco.
vSuDSly
The standard remedy for oiigbs lit
Iliieii7.il .Vre Tkrnai, Whuju'vi Ominh,
Croup, tin r Cbm;VtM, Rrrmfitti. M'nlniu
at tlv nj. and every affection of the
Throat, Lungs and Chest, including CON
gCKPTIOK. Whilar'n Balanm of Wild Cherry
does not dry up a Cough, but loosens it,
cleanses the lungs, and allays irriia'ion.
thus rcmn'inri th-emw of the complain I.
None genuine unless slgrted I. Ri tts.
Prepared by Sktii W. Fowif A S ns, Ros
ton. Sold by Rkdinoton H(tktti.:ii A
Co., San Erancisco, and By dealers gen
erally. WvSy
Albany Book Store.
JNO. EOS HAY,
DEALER IN M1SCELL A K EOC S ROOKS,
School Rooks, Blank Hooks, Stationery
Fancy Article, Ac.
nooks Imported to ordw, at shortest no,
slid not tee. vSntH
Saddles
BZw euUMBnsHncuT Vna
hPjk rhtfl-Lvv dLHfttf
DRUGS. ETC.
IMurder In Albany
II
ASNBVKR YET BEEN KNOWN, ANU
no threatening of it at present.
Death
Is a t ilng which sometime mustt(UI
every son and daughterot'the human fain
Uy ; and yet.
At the Mid-day,
Of jour life, it disease lays his vile hand
upon you, 1 here still "a balm in (Ulead,"
b w hich you may Ik- restored to iwrfect
hi allb. iiiii! prolong your days to a miracn
lous extent.
3EIo-w ?
By railing on
R. C. II I EL A SOX
With a prescription, where you can ha
n compounded by one exnertenoad In that
particular line. Also, cons antly on hand
a good assortment of fresh drugs patent
medicines, chemicals, paints, oils, dyo
siui -, trusses, etc Agents for the
Celebrated t'nli Weed Remedy,
Or, Oregon RheninaticCure; Dr. D.Jaynv
ft Sous' medicines, eie.
Silence's Positive and Negative Powdera
kepi in slock. A Iso agents for the
Home Miuttlc Newlnir .Hnelilne,
One of the most useful pieces of household
rarnitiiruexinnt. ail ami examine
R. C. HILL ft SON
Albany, June 10, 7140v8
GEO, F. SETTLEMIER.
DRUGGIST,
;Successor to D. W. Wakefield),
PnrrUh' New BulldiiiK, FlmtNlre,,
ALBANY, OREGON.
Dealer in
DRUGS AND MEDICINML
CHEMICALS,
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, ETC,
All articles warranted pure, and of tt.
Im'si quality.
Phyawlana prMwrlptiani carefully com
lKumde l. Albany. Oct. 17, INHMttf
A. CAROTHEKS & CO..
Healers in-
CHEMK Ali, OIM, PAINTN, DVEpV,
OLAKS, LAMPs), ETC.,
All I lie popular
PATENT MEDICINES,
FINE CUTLERY, CIGARS, TOBACCO,
NOTION8 PBRFVMKBY,
and T.illt t Uoodn.
Particular tun and promptness givm
rhysiclaus' prese 1pt Ions and Family Km
l,a'-,
A. CAROTHERS 4 CO.
Albany, Oregoii-4vS
8T0VKS ANDT1NWABK
THE
OLD STOVE DEPOT.
JOHN BRIGGS.
Dealer in
R A N G E S .
COOK, PARLOR AND BOX,
S T V E H !
Of the best pattern.
ALMI : IIV Slti;i.T IBON ANOCOP.
PKlt WABE,
And the usual assortment of furnlshtn
gooils to Ik' obtained in tin store.
Repairs neatly and promptly executed,
on reasonable terms.
Short rerkonlnaJUra((rlxdkx
FRONT STREET, ALIiAM
DC. 5,1886-1