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5 h c Oilftliln Uolli tfountn i i w a l .
1I" ' ,UI" K C alam ity - - A corr..-
poiuli'Ut ut the Now \ork Times gives
PRO JECTED B E X E E 1 T S T O
I. V a n d c v n .
' hc l'’Howin- partu-uUr..-i Ik.- tad c«.
I»“"'* at ^ h‘°*
The sum spent for litjunr in the Al.«o
Un.itcd States, in the year JS07. is es-
timated at $2,900,000,0 'J while the
amount for edeeatic.u was $22,000,000,
$138 were given for liijuor lor ev«ry
dollar for education. The amount spent Oils,
annually for religious purposes, is about
$30,000.000, or oue fur religion and
$93 for rum.
—* «£)*#- -
The S ignal goes everywhere aud is
read— advertisements and all.
-Mk’ UOLS, Druggist.
VANDUVN k SOMMERVILLE.
, or in c o n t i -
nonce o f Urine, irritation, indentation or i
ulceration o f the bludder or kidneys, diseases
ot the prostrate glands, stone in tiic bladder. -
calculus, gravel or brickdust deposits, and all
the diseases o f the bladder, kidneys and drop
H E L M B O L D ’S F LU ID
IN E OLA.
P A C I F I C S3GTIX.
f l X H E L N D K R S I G N E D KKSPEC TF U L LY
infoimi- thepub/ic that this Housi
< > I » c : IV
for thè accommodation of all ntay favor bini
l N F E E B L E D AND D E L IC A T E C0N - with their patronage.
^ stitulions of both sexos, use lieluiliold’s
J. R. SP R E N G E R .
Extract Ruehu. It will give brisk und euer«
gatic feeling, and enable yon to sleep well.
C Q . m N O TIC E.
^ R O M A Vp A FTE R TH IS DATE U N TIL
TH E S T E A M E R
unsafe remedie« for unpleasant and dan
gerous diseases. 1 se Ileluibold's Extract l»u-
ehu and Improved Rose Wash.
I W ILL LEAVE PORTLAND E V E R Y D AY
(S I XD AYS E X C E P T E D ),
A \ I » M IKIIIAL I N s i n i T i :
i SaiTauiciito street, i-cion Montgomery, op
posite the P..odic Mail Steam.-hip t o.’s
Private «-ntranceon Lcides-
fl^IIE GLORY OF MAN IS STRENGTH.
d- rll .-Sit et.
Theretore the nervous and dolili dated
San 1 ' *'«l 1 H*Ì 8 CO.
should immediately use lictmbuld's Extract
E*tablisht (1 tj p i i .«.■ 1 ;l to afford thiV afflicted
m,in¡ it mm m u h t ij i M u liu.t ¿ltd. iti lht
t u • h IVii ni a oil en / 1 o f oh l ‘i it uh und
d u nun I h 'i H' î s . Ca fe „J M, r, " H
ami nit m.i Mil/ t
T O T « E A T FIM U T E D .
D o m i::T V returns hi .« sinci i (
thank* to h.s untili n •u> Pa tient« for t heir
ro nage , and wouUj in k u* thl- op, u m in ify t'
remind them that In roii ( imues to e oli-u lt at
his ln stitute for 1 lie c* 11 rt* ol ehroni c disease«
ot the Lungs, Liver. Ki l t ■ ess. Dio« •stive and j
I '(> IS O H I ’ L O N C l T V ,
At f,:.!0 A. M., c< nnecting with the Steamer
etu M O N D A Y S and T H U R S D A Y S
o f each
FOR SALEM, A L B A N Y an d CORVALLIS
and all intermediate points; and with the
D r . W . •«'
^___ANHOOD A N D T O U TIIFU L V IG O R
are regained by ileluibold's Extract
£ 1 £ £ » :i .F LKI9,
On the same days for DAT TON.
H K » l R N I NC;— W illlc n v o Oregon City
at I o’clock P. M , except Wednesdays and
SaMirdais. on wt i'-li days rhe will await tqo
arrival of the « ‘ earners SUCCESS and A N N
11 lienees ot ,-e! I ai oí -i . ( i on o; ,i, tea. < ¡ I. et Strict I I from ulnii e.
ures. N i lumai aid Diurnal l.uiis-: ois,
F„r Freight or Passage, apply to J . H.
I „II L»i'l>itil>. Iii-e.ises ,,t till 15 aI l. and Loin.
inith. -it the A tin. idea n Exchange Wharf.
: Intlamaii"ii oi the U! eld -r and Ki.lncv.--. « et
N , II A U N, P r e s i d e n t .
. and he li
that h i - 1 mg
uece.-slnl pt a I l lee, will < on; ;i l:- t - * ii -are 1 III
H A T T E R E D CONSTITUTION«? RE
a shore ot public patronage. !!\ hi« i : . .-e i.
stored by ileluibold’s Extract Ruehr,
many years in l.up | , ami the l mi ;
In is enabled to apply the m -• * fE«• it ut :u •
successful remedies agi-inst diseases et' nl
kinds. He uses no Mercury, charge« no,del
ate’ treats 1 1 i- pain ot« in a corn - i and In not
able way, and lias references of uiiou« sti-mald,
veracity tr-mi iihii of known respect al hit-
and high standing in society. All parties c.m
suiting him by letter or iMherwise will rt-
E L M B O L D ’S E X T R A C T RUCHU AND eiive tlieliest and g- ntlc-t treatment, and im
unproved Rose Wash cure secret and plicit secrecy.
deln ate disorders, i:; till their stiges, at little
expense, little or no change in diet, no ineon
TO F E M A L E S :
MED C. IX TIL E
vcnier.ee anil no exposure. It is pleasant in
When a fc male is in tro Idc. IT afflicted win
taste and odor, immediate in its action and
disease, as w* akni -« «-1 the I k and | unbs
free from all injurioaa properties.
pain in the head, dimness of .« ght, 1. ss <■ rR'wIIi: MER< H A N F S’ P R O T E C T IV E UNs
muscular power, palpitation o f the heart, irri
lUN, organized to promote and protect
tability, lieflousiie- cxlJcuic miliary difllcul
ia-le, l-y enabling it- subs -ribers to attain lia-
ties, deraiigetneitt "I dtg> stive fiiiii ti -ns. gt m r
ility ami salety in the granting o f credits, and
a 1 dchi 1 1 \ , Va giliit i.«, ail d I -ra «> s o' t h - \v<• 111 b
he recoviry of claims at ali points, have to
hysteria, steriiitv. and ali other di.-aa-is pectii
inriounce that they will, on or hefor. Scptcm-
iar to fetiiales, she should go or write at one
■ i 1 m , NiS, publish in one large quarto vol
to the eelebruted-teluale Doctor W. K Dohei
H E L M B O L D ’S F L U ID E X T R A C T BUCIIU ity at hi« Medical Institute, and consult hn
Jh M erch an ts’ Protective Union Refer*
about ii-r troubles and disease. The Doctor i
Is n certain cure for diseases o f the
once R- gi>te<,
efl’c cting ini rc cures than any oiler phy-iciai.
BLADDER, KIDNEYS, GRAVEL in the State of Caliloinia. la l no falsi delicacy! Containing among other things, the Nemes,
prevent vou. bill apply immediately and save Nature ol Business, Amount of Capi
yourself Iroin painlul mi fit rings and premature-
death. All mai ried la iic- u hose delicate health tal. Financial Standing and Rating as
DROPSY, ORGANIC W E A K
or other circumstances preient an ineria«e I to Credit ol over
in their families, should write or can at Dr.
Four humlrcl Thousand
NESS, FEMALE COM
W. lx. Doherty’s Medical Institute, and they !
will receive every pos> hie reitet and help Of the principal mejebants, traders, bankers,
’1‘he Doctor's oHices are so arranged that In manufacturers and pui. tc companies, in more
can be consulted wiiln nt fear of observation. than 30.000 of ot the cities, towns, village«,
and settlelire tits tlirougout tne l niteii .«lates,
TO COR!! '> pondent ? :
their territories and the British if vinces o f
Patient* residing in any pan of the State. North America; and embracing the most im
howi ver distant, who may di sb ■ the opinion portant intormation attainable and necessary
and all the diseases o f tho
and advice ot Dr. Doherty in tin ir rospietivi to enable the tin reliant to ascertain at a glance
cases, and who think proper to sul iti it a writ the Capital, Character and degree o f Credit o f
ten statement of M i e l i , in preference tu holding a such ol his customers ns are deemed worthy o f
personal inten w. are respect fully assured any gradation of credit.
Whether existing in
that their communication will be held most
The report and information to be given in
sacred and confidential.
tlia lh i>*ttr will be confined to those deemed
Il the ease lie fully and candidly described, worthy o f some lineot credit ; and as the same
MALE OR FEMALE,
personal communication wiF be suspt-rseded, as will be based, so tar as practicable, upon the
instruction.« lor diet, regimen, and the general written stuteniens o f the parties themselves,
Fiom whatever cause originating, and no treatment of the ease, itsdt (including the revised and corrected by well known aud reli
remedies) will he forwarded without delav. able legal correspondents, whose character
and in such a manner as to convey no idea ot will prove a guur.iutee o f he correctness ot tho
matter o f
the purport of the letter or parcel so trans inloi'iiatiou turn ¡sin d by them, it believed the
reports will prove more tmthlul and complete,
C onsi ’ L t a t I ox
F iiee .
Permanent cure and, therefore, superior to, and ot much great
HOW LONG STANDING.
guaranteed, or no pay.
er value. than any previously issued.
W. K. D O H E R T Y , M. I).,
By the aid ot the J/<Tr/muti’ I^ruitciice I M*
ion Mircmitili Ih iiriiiii lit ywti r, busiuess mea
San Francisco, California.
will tie enabled to ascertain at a glance, the
Diseases o f these organs require the use o f a
.itul gradation o f credit, as compared
diuretic. It no treatment is submitted to,
S p c i u iiitu rrliira.
with liiiam in! worth, o f nearly every merchant
Consumption or insanity may ensue. O^r
I)R. D O II K R T l has just published an in.
tuanulncturti, trader aud hanker, within the
flesh und blood are supported from these
portent pamphlet, embodying his own views • utrfivc named territorial limits.
sources, and the
and experiences in relation to Impotenee oi
O ji or about the first o f each month, subscri
HEALTH AND HAPPINESS,
Virility ; ‘being a Short Treatise on .'«peiiiiator bers wit! also receive the Mnuthlif Chronicle,
rlioca or Seminal Weakness, Nervous and | containing, among other thing, a record of
that o f Posterity, depend upon prompt use of Physical Debility consequent on this affection, such important changes in the name and com.
and other diseases ot the Sexual Organs._ ¡ di i ion of firms, th 'U^hoiit the country, **
a reliable remedy.
This litt/e worx contains information i f tin
subsequent to the publication ot^ caco
HELMBOLD’S EXTRACT BUCIIU, utmost value to all. whether married or sing/e, t ! occur
hall yearly volume o f the Mercantile Jn/crcace
Established upwards of 18 years, prepared by and will be sent F R E E by mail oti receipt to
Six Cents in postage stamps for return pos- | /‘¡ire „/■ thi Merchants’ Union Reference
H. T. H E L M b O L D ,
,l»ltan . for ichxh il • n il he f o r -
h K IK fU 1ST,
No 594 Broadway New York,
Consultation— Bv fetter or otherwise \ I’ lirihil l„ '„ '„If „ tiltil S* :» t*« Lmited StaUe,
No 104 South Tenth si., Philadelphia, Penn. FR E E . Permanent cure guarani.ed or no ' tranHjn$rtion petid.
Hntiltr* ttf Jive $\0 »hart* o f the Capital
W. K. D O H E R T Y M. I).
Sit,lie, ill II,III, ti< HI lo jin it ¡ <!ji"tin¡f III ih ep ro jiu ,
oetlH lSf>7 tf
San Francisco, Cal
H -ill n r i i i e one copy <>/ th. Mercantile Relet-
em o Register fr e e o f charge ; holder• o f ten
nhdrtt irill he entitled to TWO eojtiee; and no
tin,a th a n ten "hart* <‘J the Capital Ctock trill
hr iillottut to ani( one applicant.
\/l , imittiiiiri h , order*, or nnnm u nieatione
Price, $1 25 per bottle, or six bottles for $6
50, delivered to any address.
< V.t>. I I . I . 1 M . K S offers his Farm, situ rt lotice to th. hood. *h..nl.l hr a<li/rt **ea to the
I ated 3 miles west of Kola, and one mile i M mh hamts ’ P rotecti vr. U nió », in the Anier*
S OLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE.
, ieuii Exchange Rank Building, No. 12$ Broad*
noth of the Kiekrcal. and containing Iffii
I way, (B ox 2atib,) New York.
Acres, all under fence, tor bale ut a liurgaiu.
Genito l rinary ttrgntis, ai: I all piivaie Di.-
eases, v iz : Syphilis in all its t -rin« and -ta'-e
>eininal U « akut -s. and .,’ 1 the In rri «-on <
M ERCH ANTS’ PROTECTIVE
W A SH IN G POW DERS,
And every thing else that is kept in a F IR S T
CLASS DR U G stokh .
or non r e t e n t io n
F E H F IJM L K Y .
and Domestic Dyes.
with track extending to the River, and arc pre
pared to receive and Forward Freight lor
r e n ts p e r on.
K ’ lN E s , and alf kind* o f PUKE L lQ U u K A
put up expressly for M E D IC IN A L UoE.
A M , k lM W O F
E L M R O L D ’ S E X T R A C T BUCIIU
gives health and vigor to the frame, and
bloom to the pallid cheek. Debility is accom We al so have in connection with the Store
panied by tnuny alarming symptoms, and it no
treatment is subm
t ’ consumption, insan
ity or eliptic bis t-nse.
( an'l it tali
i a>i y aitd spi ttlily done*) I will sell at l>.w rute« lur CAsH, evcjytbing
hold the inflated values as they were*—
,1"-V1I,,,U Mlrh a*: DRUGS, PATENT MEL»
The Highest Market price paid for
, O regon.
E L M B O L D ’S F L U ID E X T R A C T BU-
ealers in G E N E R A L M E R C U A D IS E .
chu is pleasant in taste and odor, free
m u ull injurious properties, and immediate
in its action.
A fu 1 Stock of Goods constantly on band to
suit tbo varied wants o f the People.
II A 11 K .
lo s t.
S o n m ie r v ille ,
I N I)i:P K N D EN C e
J ohn S u m m e r v i l l e .
V a iu Z u v n &
T l l E B O S l ,H O L D E R S .
| mg last :
As was predicted \>y the nemocratio
A heart-rending affiir occurred in
press before the election, the Uadicals thi> place lust evening—one which hus
•re claiming the result as :i deci^i >n ot cast a feeling o f deep gl- om over the
the people in favor of all their .••chcnies entire village and which resulted in the
and measures. The New York Tnu> * death of a mother and her two children,
•ays that “ the country has derid-d that After dark, Mrs Leslie, the mother,
the bonds shall be redeemed in the cur- stood in the family room with her babe,
ren *y of the world. On tins subject, ,nly nine months old. in her arms, while
the score,the bondholders nny d:smi>s under a tab e on which rested a kcro-
distru-t. They tiny keep their bonds «tin* lamp was the little son, aged three
with an assurance that they will in due years, playing and kicking up his heels
time be enabled to choose between a sur in childish glee
By accidenj his little
render for gold aril an exchange lor foot struck the table too hard, causing
another bond, still bearing a rate ot the flame of the kerosene lamp to flick-
interest higher than that of any imilar er wildly, the oil inside igniting and
security in Europe.
the lamp exploding imm* diatelv, the
Following this rosy assurance to the . inflammable material streaming over the
bondholders, the 1/nus at 1 other pa« table and dropping in liijnid flame on
pers, are raising a clamor for the resum i the floor setting fire at mice to the little
ption of specie payments. Admitting boy’s elothsng. With a cry of hirror
this to be practicable, among its effects un her lips, the frightened mother sat
would be au immediate fall in the not», her babe upon the floor and rushed to
inal value of every kina of property, j rescue of her darling ehilu, caring not
except bonds. The purehasing power for herself, being not at all mindful of
o f the bonds would be doubled ; or. in her imminent pi-ril
While she was do
Other words, the public debt would be | ing her wm k of mercy, the consuming
made practicaby twice as large as it now flames, all unknown to her, had also
is. and in that proportion it would re steuthily ought her own clothing, ari^
quire an increase from the substance of before she could extinguish them, she,
the people to pay :f. I 1*«* general ue too, was wrapped in flames. Turning
precaution of pioj ci ty wouul act oppres suddenly about with terrible pain, she
sively upon the debtor portion of com- uttered a wild, teirible scream as her
tnunity, an 1 give an unfair advantage eyes rested upon lit r darling babe, who
to the creditor portion.
was now also enveloped in the cruel
Both these movements are in the in- flames, when shriek aft hr shriek of ag-
tcrest of the bondhobbrs, or so inten- ony was heard proceeding from the
ded to Le- l»ut the success of tin m, if dwelling, the neighbors hurrying to tl e
they are passed, is '< rv doubtful. I he scene in great confusion, As soon as
embarrassment of business, which they possik e. the three sufferers were almost
must occasion , thedifticuby t>f meeting smothered in cirpeting and the flanns
the enormous demands of taxation when Were extinguihsed, when the sight pre-
money won! 1 thus be made scarce, and «ented, as the victims were exposed
the universal suffering that must pre t>» view, was a harrowing oue indeed,
va.l throughout the whole country, it Blistered and burned, writhing with
they did not occasion positive disubilty pain, everything was done for them that
to bear the burdicn, would be likely t«> was possible, the best pbyiseiatis being
produce a disposition to throw it off. in attendance, but ail to no purpose, as
especially as these evils would beatteu the three died this morning before da\
ded by an aggravating sense of inju'tico light, when the father of the family
and unnecessary oppression.
heard of the affair, with heart in his
A debt swollen by lavish waste and throat, he fairly flew to'his residence,
pillage, which was contracted in depre and on beholding the awful scene be
ciated currency and agreed to be paid fore him fell prostrate to the floor in
in the same, when transformed i .to a a swoon— Pi/ohuryh P,,*/. I>ec. 2d.
gold obligation and money made scarce
and property cut down in value, will not
press hard uopn the consciences of the
groaning taxpayers. The event will
probably show, that the holders of the
public securities^ when they refuse
greenbacks, miss their best opportuni« r | x m : undersigned has just returned from
l’ortland with a carefully selected Stock ot
ty ; and that in grasping for what is
n o t“ nominated in the bond," they vol
untarily. though unwisely, take the haz
ard of losing all. Time will show.
The American people have borne every
60 rt of violence to their institutions ; in
fringements of their rights; abuses of A A D I E S I) R E S S G O O D S ,
blundering, incompetent rulers, wast
ing of their substnuce, a d they meekly
submit to these flagrant wrongs, though l n fact eveaything u su a lly kept in a
the effect of the straw upon the carnal's country Retail ¡Store,
back should not be forgot tt n by their
All of the very JJest Quality.
The debt was contracted during times
o f high inflation, Kith all the diaaU- A " « f wl‘ i,;h 1 f,rol'ose t0 se" 0h “ P
vantages against the country of such *"r * ,lAl’ ur iia^
times, «Inch have at least trebled its
1 “ ould alsu “ J
ll,0' c *“ Arrears
amount. It lias become, bv
its diflu- , A
lo | <'ul,,c | l,,rw“
rd- Se,tle r|i_ *P i a"
J ta' c
¿ 1 A ___ ]
sioo, a powerful and controlm interest.
Its demands are exorbitant and unrea
is i : w i s .
sonable. Their tendency is to rob and
■enslave the toiling millions; and there
is no argument in their favor but the
fashionable one based upon the sophist,
D K l » STORE.
ical claims of public faith. In urging
dhis, the: acred rights of the masses arc
Main Street llalla.«, Oregon,
'•trampled in the dust, and the same
g J a v i n g pnrebased tho
fashion guards only the incomes of the
rich and employs a!i th„ powers of the
government to give them stability and
OLD S T A A D
increase their amount. Justice would
say— pay as we agreed and in the money
We borrowed, a n d u n til th a t is d o n e Formerly belonging to W- S. R ohb.and wishing
F ititb u r y h
H R R C H A A D M ).
I A IOA
FA R M COR N IL E .