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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 7, 1874)
POST OFFICE IIMalSTKR.
From Railroad (north and south) dally
at 12.20 1'. m.
Kroni Corvallis, daily, at 10.30 a. m.
Krom Lebanon, t ri-wcekl y, j Monday,
Wednesday and Friday) at 10.30 A. M.
For Railroad (north and i...-.SJ, daily,
elose promnt at 11 A. M.
Kor Corvallis, dailv, at 1.50 t. m.
for Lc'innnn.tri-wcekly. (Monday, Wed
nesday anil Friday; at i v. M.
Office hours from 7 A. M. to 8 P. M,
Rundav, from 12 M. to 2 P. M.
Money order ottlec hours from !) a. M. to
ei'.M. P. II. RAYMOND, P.M.
SERVICES XEXT NVNDAY.
' BAPTIST CHURCH Services at 11 A. M.
anil 7 P. U. Sunday School at XIX P. M.
Rev. C. II. Mattoon, Pastor.
M K. CHURCH -Services at 11 A. M. and
7 P. M. Sunday School nt IX P. M. Rev.
Lsalah Wilson, Pastor.
UNITED PRESHYWCKIAN - Services at
II A. M and 7 P. M. Snndav School at
tX P. M. Rev. S. (i. Irvine, Pastor.
CONOHEtiATIONAL OBtmCB Without
a Pagtnr at present. Sunday Bchool at
tX P. M.
If. E. CHURCH SOUTH -Services in Con
gregational Church alternate Sundays.
Rev. Jos. Emery, Pastor.
PRESBYTISM AN CHURCH -Services nt.
College Channel, alternate Sabbaths, at
11 A. M and 7 P. M. Sunday School at
UX P.M. Rev. E. U. Geary, D.D., Pastor.
Mutation. The business changes
eome on ua so rapid); and suddenly
that we hardly get used to one before
another is. announced. Aswill beseen
by curd In this issue, the old linn ot
Blaiti. Young A Co., composed of L.
K. Blaiu, J. Barrows and S. K Young,
dissolved on the 6th inst., Messrs.
Blaiu and Barrows retiring and leav
ing Mr. Young sole boss. This was j
the oldest and most popular dry goods
Arm dohig business in this city. By
close application to business strict in- j
tegrity, and a display ol genuine liber-
ality anda cconiniodatioii.they had built
up a splendid business a business sur- J
passed by no other house in the city, j
Mr. Young, who will hereafter conduct
tlm business, understands the wants
and desires of this community in the
line of general merchandise thorough
ly, and pursuing the old course of the
late firm, will spare no pains to ac
oominodate and please all. The busi
ness hereafter will be conducted on the
ready pay system, and goods can and
will be sold much cheaper under the
new "lay out" than could possibly be
afforded by the long credit system.
We commend the new management to
the patronage of this community, and
wish him tlie fullest success.
Changes. R. Cheadle will remove
bis goods to the old corner store, now
occupied by Gcarheart as a butcher
boo, N. Baum will move into tue
brick store left vacant by Cheadle
W. C. Tweedale will move his grocery
establishment into the room left vacant
by Baum next door west of the Reg
ister office, .f . Gradwohl has moved
luto the Burkhart brick, one door west
of Broadalbin, on First street. Mont
gomery A Kecd have rented the
"Gradwohl corner, " where they intend
opening a saloon.
I ussoluted. The partnership here
tofore existing betwecu W. H. Kuhn
and Jas. C. Van Rensselaer, in the
hardware business, has been dissolved,
and the notes and accounts due the late
firm of W. II. Kuhn A Co. placed In
the hands of Jag. B. Wyatt, of the firm
of Clark A Wyatt. doing business at
the old stand of Kuhn A Co., for col
lection. We are not apprised of the
ftjture intentions of our old friend
Harry, but wisli him the fullest success
in any future business venting
Extra Good. The Vivian Troupe
gave two pleasant entertainments at
tlie Opera House in this city last week.
We were in attendance on the Satur
day evening entertainment, and pro
nounce it the best we have had in the
eHy. Vivian never came on to the
lUgo without "bringing down the
bouse." He Is not only a splendid
mimic bnt a vocalist of tlie first class,
lie has promised to visit us soon again,
and wo think we can safely promise
bitn a full house every time.
the postoffloe at tebnuou has been
rtftuotrd to the Mere of L. Elkfcu.
PHONOGRAPHY. Prof. A. B. Mc
Cnw lias opened a school, in the brick
building near cornerof Broadalbln and
First Btrcets, where lie proposes to
teach short-hand writing. We believe
the Protessor to be well qualified, and
our young people could not put their
leisure time in to better advantage than
by attending tiie school. A good
short-hand reporter always commands
large wages. See ad. elsewhere.
Dental Chair Bracket. Dr. Geo.
W. ftray, of this city, has invented a
handsome and convenient lirtle imple
ment which he ciils a "Dental Chnir
Bracket, "a model of which he exhibit
ed 'to im a day or two since. We
should think it was a most valuabf
article fora dentist, and we are certain
it shows a large inventive faculty on
tlie part ot tlie Doctor. Dr. Gray has
applied foi a patent, and we hope he
may obtain it. and that it may prove a
valuable one to him, financially.
Several Salemifes are preparing to
start for tlie Stickeen mines.
Large number? ol sheep in Yamhill
county are affected with blind stag
ger. Hon. W . D. Hare has been lectur
ing at Astoria on "Shall we have a
Compulsory System ol Education ?"
The diplomas awarded at the last
State Fair have been received and for
warded to the parties no whom they
A prisoner was recaptured and plac
ed in the jail at Lafayette, who escaped
from that institution three or four
years ago. ,
The most severe storm ever experi
enced in Union county occurred Janu
ary 25th. but it was' of only twelve
SPECIAL CABLE DISPATCH.
From the World's Fair.
Vienna. Austbia, Aug. 20, 78.
W. G. Wilson, Esq., President
Wilson Sating Mucliine Company, Cleve
land, Ohio: The Wilson Sewing Ma
chine received the. Grand Prize Med-
al for being the Best Sewing Machine,
and a Grand Prize (medal of honor
was awanled to the Wilson Sewing
Machine Co. for manufacturing sewing
machines in the liest manner, from the
best material, and by the best known
mechanical principles. These cele
brated machines ar now on exhibition
and for sale at the store of
lltf. BLAIN, YOUNG A CO.
For teaching Corresponding style. . . .20 00
" " Reporting " .... 40 00
(Time and number of lessons unlimited.
Payable, " in advance,; balance in half
monthly instalments of 5 each.
IVwuic In Burkhart 's building, up stairs.
A. B. IHeCAW,
Lessons by mall to any part of the
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing let ween the undersigned, is
this day dissolved by .mutual Tonsent,
Messrs. L. E. Klalnund J. Barrows ret Irlng.
The business will hereaflerlsiconductcd
hv s. E. Young.
All persons having unsettled business
with tlie undersigned, will plcune call tit
tueir earnest convenience.
L. E. RLAIN.
8. E. YOUNG.
Albany, Or.. February 5, 1874.
THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing liet ween Win. II. Kuhn and
James C. Van Rensselaer under the Arm
name of W. H. Kuhn A Co., Is this day
dissolved by mutual consent, the notes
and accounts due said firm becoming the
property or tho saw van ifenssetncr, and
to whom, or his representative, they niust
lie paid, and to whom must be presented
all claims against the said firm.
W. H. KUHN,
I'll. C. SCHUYLER,
Guardian estate of
JAS. 0. VAN RENSSELAER.
Referring to. the above, I give not lee that
the notes and accounts due W. H. Kuhn A
Co., will be collected by Jas. H. Wyatt, of
the firm of Clark A Wyatt. who may be
found at the old stand of Kuhn A Co., anil
who Is fully authorized to receipt and
settle the same.
PH. C SCHUYLER,
Guardian estate of
Jas. C. Van Renuo,aki(u
ARdy, Or., Feb. W7Mm
x DR. STEELE'S
CURES ALL INTERNAL ANDEXTEU
nal Aches and Pains; Purities the
Blood; Regulates the l.iver; Cures Agnes
and lmd Colds.
Dont Ho without it
FvErOSITS RECEIVED SUBJECT TO
J r cheek at sight.
Interest allowed on time deposits in coin.
Exchange on Portland, San Francisco,
and New York, for sale at lowest rates.
Collect ions madi ami promptly remitted.
Refers to H. W. Corbett. Henry Falling,
W . 8. Ladd.
Banking hours from S A. M. to 4 P. M.
Albany, Feb. 1, 1871-22v3
A. W. GAMBLE, 91. (..
Physician, Surgeon, etc.
OFFICE Flrft street, adjoining Weed's
grocery store. BESI HENCE -At the
late residence of John C. Mendcn hall, near
the Fonndi v, First street, Albany.
FOR SALE !
rpHE CELEBRATED , A. WOOD
REAPERS & MOWERS.
Halite's Headers, (Wood's improved.)
foquillard'a Indlnun Farm Wagon.
The Hmael mad Vibrator Threshers,
(best machines on the coast.
Statesman ForeefVrd Drill.
Star Plows, and other machines.
Call, see, and get price and terms before
buying elsewhere, at ny Blacksmith Shop,
corner Second and Ellsworth sts., Albany,
3v5 FRANK WOOO.
T. W. IIABKIS. It. J. BOIGHTO.N.
HARRIS A KOI UUTON,
Physician and Surgeons,
OFFICE -OVER A. CAIiOTIIERS A Co's
Residence of Dr. Harris- Fourth-st., four
blocks westof tlieCOurt House. Resilience
of Dr. Bonglilon--Opposite Dr. Tate, on
Third street. novlj73
W. C. TWEEDALE,
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
WILL, ISTRIVE TOKBEPTHBBKST
of ymnh in my line, and tell at the low
tfl living ralet. Call awl see me. UvS
OREGON A CALUCOBNIA RAILROAD
Company, Land Dcpftrtuuint. Port land
Oregon, April 5, 1H72. Notice is hereby
given, that a vigorous prosecution will be
instituted against any and every person
who trespasses upon any Railroad Land,
by cuttiiigandretnovtn?timlerf herefrom
befoN the same is BOl'GHTof the Compa
ny AND PAID FOR.
All vacant Land In odd numbered sec
tions, whether surveyed or unsurveyed,
within a distance of thirty miles from the
line of the road, belongs to the Company.
I. It. MOORES,
GO TO THE
&c, fcc, &c,
CHEAP FOR CASH !
Country Produce ol All Kind
BOUGHT FOR MERCHANDISE t'R
OAS XX I
This is the place to get the BEST BAR
GAINS ever offered in Albany. Partie'
will ul ways do well to call and sea tor then)
First itrcet, Albany, Ortf on. fivt
our stock ot
Before the opening of the
We have determined to offer,
our remaining stock of W
Goods at a
on rates current during the sea
son, and to that end will
1st of January
our stock to prices that will
OXE PRICE FOB ALL.
AMI PAID, m mtunl. Car all
kinds of MerehaaUblo Pro.
A. Wheeler & Co,
SiiKDD, Dec. 10. VS19.
W. H. MEM0KMHAIX, PROP.
WILt ENDEAVOR TO BE ALWAYS
supplied with the best meats to b
had In the market, and will be ever ready
to accommodate those who may favor him
with a call. 7v6
OLD STOVE DEPOT.
COOK, PARLOR AND BOX,
Of the best patterns.
ALSO : TIN, SHEET IRON AND COP
And the usual assortment of furnishing
ds to be obtained in a tin store.
Kcpatrs neatly and promptly executed,
m reasonable terms.
Short reckoning inakelongfrlerthH
FRONT STRE T, ALBANY.
MONTAUUE &. IflcCVLLT,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED, AND ARB
constantly receiving, large Invoices of
NEW l.OTHlMi, and
CSencral nvrchandiiie !
which they will disixwe of on the fairest
and most accommodating terms. A gen
eral invitation is extended toall to call and
examine our new line of Dress (ioods, lata
styles of Clothing, head wear. Iioots, shoos,
Ac:, Ac., the very latest in market, and se
lected with the view of meeting the i
uuireuients of this people.
MONTAI.UU A McCULLY.
October IS. TlltnS
W. II. McFARLAKI),
lLATE M. M. HARVEY A CO..!
OpH)slte the hotels,
I'ort'c aud Liil Pmnpn,
LEAD AND IRON PIPE,
HOVNE FHKNIMIIXU HAKDWARe,
Till, Copper und Sheet S ou
(iARUEST KTCH'H IN TIIE VAUJtV.
Lowest Prices Every Time.
Repairing Properly Hone. tv
BUILDEHS, ATTOTIO" '
1;ASII, BLIND, AND DOOK
F1 ACTOR Y .
8. II. ALTUOl'DK. i. K. HA( KKWIW.
ALTIIOI SE &, CO.,
Lyu Mreet, on the River Houh,
Keep on hand a full assortment, and aaa
FURNISH TO ORDER,
Doom, Sah, .Hindu, and
CROWN, PANEL, BAND A NIXTM
Of all sizes
WINLX)W AXD IK)0B FBAMBU
Flooring, Siding .
AU other kind of HoiMIng Hater M.
Ai.flO: PREPARED TO DO MTU.
work, furnish shaker fans, tiiruur
scatters, suction fans, driving pulleys of
any k Ind, at our factory on Lyon stresHM
tne river oanxi, next oeiow smni
warehouse. ALTHOUU iW
Albany, feb. N, U6KH