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From the Religio, Physiological Journal of
.A Lecture by G. VV. Law son, of Oregon.
REPORTED FOR THE JOURNAL.
.vlf, as has been lonx credited "the
properstady of uiinkind in nian." and
that subject of study is a microcosm of
nature, then 13 physiology planetary,
human, animal vegetable, mineral uni
versal the proper field for man's in
vestigation and research.
. Cosroical physiology relntes to the
objective univene. It ta what, the eye
can see of forms and substance, around,
above,, beneath"; whether they be the
vast and oiighty plahets space dimin
ished by the telescope, or'the infinites"
stmaf "mite magnified by the microscope.
It is the education of vbion.
Gazing into f pace on a starry night,
the human eye beholds a universe of
.suds and planets. ,
- 'Pale tirs gliiaaerirg, fir and fevrr
In the deep charms of ev:rtatir g bin?,
TJngatheml and tr.marHial!et,ne an.l one,
t A.1KO OUlpOSlS OI U) lUIIiir ,illl,-un.
The '.thought arises, what composes
that starry field, and what are its uses?
Constructing instruments for measure
ment of distances and diameters, he is
struck dumb with the indemonstrable
number and the ireonceivable magni
tude of the rolling worlls that sur
round him. !
Still observing, with the telescope
and the triangle, he discovers that each
planet has points of departure and rc
turn ; that each sun and system ofs,un
with their unnumbered trains of planets
and satellites, revolve around some
transfixing and imperative centre. He
'discovers that all is motion all is law,
obedience, order. The moon revolves
around the planet; the , planet around
'the sun ; the sun arour.d the central
pole of its own svstem ; the systems
around a still grander centra; and he
is lost in th magnitude of the astral
field that surrounds hi rn.
Returning to himself, hc ean yet ob
serve the sun and planets of his own
sphere. "Physiologically, the sun seems
like a mighty mother, whose children,
the planets, revolve around her in the
order of their biitli. TneJ.earth, of
which lie Is a denizen, is one of her
.dwarfs. It has but one moon, while
,Jnpitcr and " Saturn-, proportionally
larger, nave several, uc directs his
.attention to the use3 of the -satellites,
and finds, that they subserve inhabi
tancy of, the planets by men and ani
mals, for whom it reflects light, governs
Tnuca uun ctMiinuu. jy analogy,
from observation, lie thus discovers the
,nse of the planets ; that they aro for
tlbe production of marr, a3 their highest
and ultimate fruit; that objectively
flawed,'?. it i a senn-living body, of
tvliicri man is an epitome, and has in
grosser form, rivers for its arteries and
veins, granite, shale, marble, sandstone
for its ribs and skeleton bones; that its
-atoms of matter change form, but nev
er lose life ; that . nothing b lost, ? but,
order and obedience, and that through
a succession -of atpmic changes cease
less, constant, howejrer, slow, from infe
rior to superior, from lower to , higher,
through disintegration and rccombina
tiori, ; through what man calls life and
death the final and ultimate human is
at last produced, ; .. ,
Thus, to the phygioloaist, it appears
that atom contains attribut; and uni
verse, intelligence. The sum of atoms
forming .the visible body of the unj
verse,. ond the aum of attributes, laws
and-principles, its deific intelligence
what wc call God.
To the physiologist, iuan appears to
be the result of on aggregation of at
oms and attribufes, peculiar to the plan
et on which he is formed. He stands
forth amid a .universe of forms and
principles, the finite embodiment jof in
finite worlds, above and below, hijn.
Of hia body, he is of the earth, earthy.
Of his mind, he is of Jaws, .principles
and intelligence," a spirit immortal, by
virtue of his'undying atoms united to
his unchangeable and indestructible at
tributes as a planetary ultimate!
Incandescent or planetery flame is
the first observable state of a planet.
Then comes the mineral, or earthy
state; (then the vegetable, then animal,
then man. Each of these degrees is
accompanied by an ascending grade of
laws. With mineral, is motion; with
vegetation, life; with animals, sensa
tion ; with men, intelligence. The last
and highest acting in a form which is
the ultimata or crown of air the pre
ceding attributes and organizations.
That man coutains all prevous de
grees and forces, ho las but to look
His body is a walking cabinet of
mineralogy; his blood is full of iron ;
his skull a stone mansion7 with audito
ries, doors and windows. He has lime,
magnesia and silex in his bones, and
the enamel of his teeth is a chemical
compound much iiko the calcined silex
of his cupboardware and; window
lights. He is also a compound of veg
etables in their contuent-J albumen
gluten, flbrine. saccharine; and he is
also a laboratory of all animality. He
hns nerves, tissues, fibres, muscles, flex
ors, bones, nails, hair, sensation ; in
short, man can trace himself back into
the earth wifh tho certainty of the
thread of Ariadne in the labyrinth.
See! man eats animals and vegetables;
mimals eat vegetables ; vegetables eat
the ground. The atoms that compose
the?e different forms and phases of pro
urcs, have not died; they have simply
changed degrees Xrora lower to higher.
They must be kin to us, for by our eat
ing them, they enter into life relations
with us, and daily beeome our mortal
being ! ':
This is the observation of the physi
ologist on the side of atoms aud forms
4 Now, what docs he perceive psycho
logically, on the side of attribute ? (Uy
actributc is meant justice, mercy, truth.
zooduc'S, love, wi.uom, self hood, etc.)
Fu tho spinal cord of all animals, birds i
Sahcs, he Cuds motor aud sensational
ganglia, or nerve centres. This, in
some low types, is the residence of in
stinct andattribute ; but in higher
types, there is superimposed upon this
spinal cord, a portion of the brain, tje
cerebellum, in which resides and mani
fests superior instincts and attributes;
und lor still superior types of animals,
as the domesticated classes, he find
.till another brain superimposed upon
the cerebellum. This last brain, the
cerebrum, is greatly diversified, and
shares in animals the arrangement of
several groups, and the possessors of
these groups have invariably shown the
exerci.se of different faculties, instincts
and attribufes. ! a
iMan combines inhis brain all these
groups of faculties in i the aggregate,
that he has found in manifestation in
tho singular, in the animal kingdom,
besides his own groups that are pecu
It the plmi dogy of animals, lie dis
covers ruling groups, as destnictiveues?
anc secretivensss in tho cat; fidelity in
the dog; nobility in the horso; con
centrativeness or self hood in tho hog,
etc. In one man. or in a race ofLrucn.
he finds a combination of groups so pe
culiar to sbtne class of animals as to
faculties destructivenes8 and cunning
leading, that distinguish the entire' ca
uine and camiverous kingdom. He is
the child of the forest. Destructive
and untamable, he will not work and
cannot be cuslavcd. His head is thick
est through the ear. Liko the cat and
panther, ho delights in. killing and tor
tuiing helpless prey, j His wigwam
smells like a fox kennet He is the
Wild Beast Man I evolved by the
change of atom and attribute from the
animal kingdom, up into'the human.
The "next race most highly marked
in points of animal and human physi
ology is the African. 1 This type pre
sents tho ovine groups in predominanccj
Tho Negro smells like! the sheep his
hair kinks like vrool. Ho can make
a battering ram of his head, like that
animal, withont injury to his brain;
Nationally ho is helpless and defence
less, like the sheep, and thereforo easi
ly enslaved . II is : mling .groups of
brain are. the sflectional and the semi
mtellceiual. Scripturally the'ovinc is
the emblem of ionocenco and noa-ag
suggest their similar physiology -tkeir
natural derivation. For instance, the
rud ian predominates in those crouns of
grcssion, the opposite of theoauinoand
Indian." ' .. " '
The Jewish race, or crown of the
porcine kingdom, coming up into the
humanj is next in prominence of ap
pearance and traits. The porcine will
not mix or affinitixe with any other
race," nor wilr the Jew. The nasal pro
tubera&ceis often of aetonishing di
mensions, t His body is lymphatic, and
ha has a peculiarly white porcine skin.
Like the hog, he is not a producer, but
a consumer; can live on anything, is
seldom sick. The Jews, like the por
cine family, band together and defend
each other.; 4 They are a 'peculiar peo
ple" tho self caring group is prcdoin
inant. They are religious and intel
lectual enough, but the type from which
they have been evolved ij so marked in
them that they .cannot fraternize with
the world generally. Thus in their re
ligion, . a Savior who came not exclu
sively to them, could not be received,
and they are still Idoking for some self
or race aggrandizing Solomon to gather
them into fome separate sacred valley,
and rebuild in kingly glory an exclu
sive New Jerusalem.
The fourtrftype is the bovine king
dom, its strongest representative on
earth is the Johnny Hull of Kurope.
This type is distinguished by a grand
desire for good pasture, and the great
Briton or bovine has always carried out
his animal evolved trait in his dealings
with tho fields and fruiti of earth.
Wherever ho has found a good green
-pot upon this terrestrial ball, he has
appropriated it, if he could. As the
poet has sung of htm, "His flag is nev
er furled, his morniug drum is ' beating
round the world." "Heating" might
be rendered bellowing, and the animal
in the human shows its origination, jln
this family are font I the best of human
forms-well fed, well cared Tor, well
houfed a solid and substantial race,
capable of vast progress, to be outdone
only by the equine.
The fiftyps ashuman concentra
tion of attributes peculiar in animal
groups, is the gallininc or bird king
dom the barn yard foul being the rep
rcsentativc, in a domesticated state, of
the whole feathered king-'o n. Its hu
man prototype is found in the frog-eat- j
ng Frenchman. The strutting, fuss-1
ing, .fighting, gallns Gaul, fit counter j
part of that vivacious Hen of France,
who, always adjusting her feathers in
ftntatic fashionf, has become the
world's acknowledged Queen of Plum
age, the human lover of soft cashmeres,
velvets and shining satins and flossy
feathers. The giliinine, male or fe
male, has ever led the world of human
attire, and perhaps ever will. Its de
rivation from the feathered and plum,
aged kingdom would indicate that des
tiny. The last and highest type is the
Tiinc or horse kingdom. This type
is noted forspend of motion, endurance,
patience, fidelity, nobility. This is the
Amcricm group tho race that build
railroads and steamboats, and ruus
them, too; that set up rods and caught
the lightnings;., laid wires across thr
rce.ri, in order to expedite talk to Ku
rope. Totally unlike the bovine or
porcine kingdoms, the equine, with a
nobility and magnanimity of soul, oth
erwise unknown, on earth, opens their
ports and offers their lands ond' coun
try as the refuge and asylum of the op
pressed of all nations and peoples. It
is the equine spirit that now governs
the American continent, and justice
and magnanimity must prevail. It is
under this flag alone, of all banners of
earth, that all nations have or can safe
y an d peaceably h.ere congregato ,;Thc
Wild caj ; Man is not extinguished,
but is .placed upon reservations. The
ovine man is given free pasturage and
protection; the porcine man can here
sell "sheep clothing" to his heart's con
tent, and watch out for the coming of
his Judean Messiah; the i Briton and
the Gaul come here and expand their
pcculiaiitics, or harmlessly interbtend
with the generous equine. On this
continent, physt logically' speaking, jhe
lion and the lamb are lying down to
gether. It is true the canino- man
once held the whole continent, but the
ovine man came upon the south and
cast, and the red man slowly departed
toward the north and west, and on this
vast continent for a field, those forces
areiearly balanced. The little child
that shall leadjhm will be tho "com
p'eh.imn," that la, now a prospect of
origination upon this continent. The
types I have described are of incomplete
men, because certain faculties prepon
derate. Faculties will just balanco in
the coming tnanr-not too much canine.
ovine,; bovine, porcine, gallinine, or
equine, but an cqnilibrium of each.
In him ; shall culminate and combine
representative atoms of all the planets,
of all tho universe, attended and actu
ated by all the laws, principles and at
tributes, 'of the Deity in finite perfec
tion. v., : . . ... v,. ,, ..;
You ask, how is this to bo accom
plished? I answer, by. the fame rule
that all degrees of atomic changes and
advancement have been heretofore at
tained bf progression onward and; up
ward. On this continent, all minerals,
all vegetables, all animals; all types of
men have met. They are constantly
dying, as we say; changing their forms.
As the types of men die, they cast
their atoms into the circumambient at
mosphere, tht grand laboratory of dis
integrated atoms and dissevered attract
tion3. L These atom , alive with their
attributes,1 are drawn by tne ever on
ward and upward tendency of attrac
tion or creative energy, into new and
morse harmonious organization. A
few generations hence the true born
American will not present specimens
of the dog head, the horse head, the
bird head, or the sheep head, but wib
that roundness and complete fulnes
and pcrfcetness of, form, that now.
sometimes found in individuals, excites
in the observing physiologist, the sweat
est satisfaction and hope.
With a few references to prove my
main position, that man is auatomically
rclated to his inferior friends, the do
mestic stirpes or races I have mention
ed, I will submit my argument to th
judgment of my enlightened .audience.
Thr peculiar dUea.q3 of these aninml
groups become epidemics amongst ti e
young of the human types. We have
the "cow pox," the "chicken pox," tl e
"bog measles," the; "dog itch,'' the
"horse whooping cough," the "sheep
Bcab scarlatina," etc.
Perhaps I ouht to mention that the
rest of the nations of the earth arc
mixtures of the six prominent classes
I have proved. ? The Turk is gallinine.
porcine and bovine, hence is poliganic.
and being porcine or self-appropriative;
is jealous; as the poet hassuuof him;
""l-f tutband TbrV, tU iiArn lb world, .
Its Struts abnot.wtth his whiskers curled.
.He's a hundred wires ander lock and key
That nubovly else bat himself may see."
The Kussian is canine, porcine and
bovine, which combination give's his
temperament or cross of the "llussian
lear;" the Chinaman is porcine, ovine
and .bovine; the Egyptian is canine
and ovine; the Kquimaux is porcine
and canine; the Irishman is porcii e,
vine and bovine ; the German is stror g
ly porcine, and can come nearer m'x
ing with the Jew than any other jeo
plc. Animals alsohavc their combinations.
The bear is a hog and wolf,, or porclna
and canine. The lion is a bison nd
eat, bovine and feline. The clephai t
is a bison and hog. The camel is a bi
son and sheep. ' Fish also have their
resemblances and refationship. The
salmon is a sea dog; the walrus a sea
horse; the porpoise a se.i hog ; the whale
a sea cow or bison. Hut I have not
time now to further analyze.
To recapitulate my theory and no
menclature, with the ruling groups of
brain organs :
1st, or lowest : Canine, fndian,
the carnivorous kingdom, the Wild Beast
Man, ruling group in tho human brain,
the destructive. j .
2d. Ovino : Negro,- the sheep king
dota, the eland and hipopotamus.
Group of brain, adhesiveness and the
8d. Gallinine: Frenchman, the
bird kingdom, plumage, dress-, fashions,
polygamic, fighting, Amative group
predominating of course . highly mod
ified by the intellectual.'
4th., The porcine or hog kingdom;
tho "Jew exclusive,-? a 4poculiar peo
pie," mixing with no other. Self-caring
race, combining. Group of facul
tiesthe altmentative and gustative.'
5th. The bovine or bion kingdom:
johnny Hull, its highest earthly type
and' representative. ? Group of facul
ties the approbafive. ;
6th. . The equine or horse kingdom:
The American, the nation of speed, ac
tion, energy, free pasturage of the'
woria ; or sicamooais, rai rjaus, ngni
ning trains. Will equalize the world.
The whole Tilling group" of faculties,
gelf-conscious power, energy, or esteem.
m - ; - i " j ; :- " i, ' " : is"' '" ' : - l
A Cincinnati Judge went swimming
and the boys stole his elothes, which
compelled him to walk home through a
tickly popnlated street dressed only in
an umbrella ond a chew,-of tobacco;
Ho will see that tbcro are several ju
venile funerals if they only give him
half a chauce.
.. "A member of the Pennsylvania Leg
islature, in defending mothers-in-law,
sahl : r 'I i pow r'cra Mr. Speaker.
Have , had several. Thev'reagbod and
useful class, and yet an j yet with the
test of them there may be .trouble."
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JAJ.;i?IcCAIiV, f .
AtVy &. oiitiKcl!or-at-Law
McSSluuvIlle, Yamhill Co., Oregon.
Particular attention given to the study and
practice of Criminal Law, Collection of Claims,
Notes, .Accounts, etc. . . . .
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J. It. SITES, M. B.,
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Having reinmed practice, will rive special
attention to Obstetrics, and the treatment of
the dticas of Women and Children. 1 .
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PIiyMiciau antl 8iirgeon,
OFFICE At NichoU' Drug Store. 38
W. D, JCFt'ltll, M. D.,
Pliysiciaii and Surgeon,
J. 11 a, Oregon. . j
Special attention given to Obstetrics and
Diseases of Women. ltf ;
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Physician and Surgeon,
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AMITY, YAMHILL CO., OHEUOX. j
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IV C. SlJl4l,lVAIV,
Attorney k Counsellor-At-Law,
Dallaa, Oregon, .. .
Will practice in all the Courts of the State. 1
J. X. C0LLIXS,
Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law.
Special attention given to Collections and to
matters pertaining to Real Estate. I :
li. Jr. WARDUW, E D.,
Phy sic ia n and Surgreon,
I.ewlst llle I'ulk Co., Ogu.. "
!Tas recently rcturneJ from the Atlantic States,
And uOeas his professional services to the citi
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Particular attention given to Female Dis
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Circuit Courts of the Second and Third Ju
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Property, town, lots, Improved farms, stock
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A A. M.. Dallas, holds its regular eont
munications on fho Saturday preceding
the Full Moon in each month, unless tbefmoott
fulls nISaturday--tben on that day, at ovf f
Also on the seeond Friday ta each moath
at 7 o'clock, P. M-, for the purpose of imyrcwo
ment of the' Craft in Masonic, sand for sue1!!
other work as the .Master ma j from time ta (
time order. ' , ,
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RAW-HIDE BOTTOM CHATRftJ, ;
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I INVITE THE PUBLIC TO EXAX'INE j
my stock. I shall be, pleased to show yoa
my goodi, and better pleased when you boy. ; 1
New Work put up to order, and Repairing )
done at the lowest cash price. '
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TiriN ESiLQUORS, rOhTER, ALE
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nil Ranltnoa will Kj aorirr1 tn al.
men on the outside of the counter, by a r cull-"
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es good work as can he had In any part of the
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done on short notice and on .reasonable term.
SIMtUN T. HARRISON, .
Dallas, April 14, 1870. f
FRESH AliltlVAIi!;; 'f
OUR STOCK OF NEW GOODS JOB.'
SPUING TRADE, Vii"w
Is now open and lor sale at our store, on die'
Corner of Front and Mill Streets, Dal
las, Oregon. .. : k . .
We invite the attention - of our iatronslat
Dress Goods, . .
Boots qShax, ' tvtT-.i'ji
In fact everything found In Retail Stores, V
, At Prices to Suit tho Tinea. V
Country Pradnce daxaa iLn xiaa a ;
Those having old accounts - ttr requested to
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We .thank the uhjje, far' their liberal fat
ronagein thejpsst, aivd- bene .fur acontinaanaa
of the same. . " .' ; a m'.ix
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a; :t .
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day diasoivbdbyiautua! constat. " - i;
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