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PALLAS, SATURDAY, (MAR. 30
HEPU B LICA N
NOMINATIONS FOR I8T3.
For President, J
fj. S. GRANT.
A ILMeacbam, of Umatilla County,
iV. I. Haie. of Washington County,
Ia8. F. Gazley, of Douglas Couuty.
JOESPH G. WILSOjV,
. . .- . DISTRICT ATTORKIES.
1st District, m.
ad: F. A.Chenowetb, of j Benton.
3d N. B. Humphrey, of Linn.
4th " G. II. Durham, of MjultuotnaS. '
6th ' t F. C. Hyde, of Urant.
We publish in another column the
platform adopted by the jllepublican
Convention, in Portland last treek. . Al
.though rather lengthy, we feel satisfied
there is nothing in it to j which any
well wjsher of the State c$n take any
.exceptions. The principles set forth,
are such as can but meet the approba
tion of every true lover of our country,
be he Democrat or Republican ; while
the difiernt public improvements re
commended are of a character which
the entire people of the State know arc
needed. The endorsement ot the policy
xf Gen. Grant, shows that the Republi
cans of Oregon, though separate;) from
the great heart of the nation, are yet
fully alive to the acts of all public men,
which tend to the best interests of the
people and the establishment of our
government upon a firm and biting
foundation, and seeing those acts dare
vindicate them. Taken ns a whoie it is
uch a platform as cannot fail to secure
the approbation of the entire party
.and tend to secure to us a decided vic
tory in the coming campaign .
In addition to jthe platfrm,the ticket
nominated by the Convention is one
whjch would reflect credit to any party,
and which we feel certain will lead the
party to a well merited success hi the
$tate election in June, and be re
echoed with still greater volume in No
vember next, when we expect to .see all
the charges which have been made
igainst President Grant refuted over
whelmingly, by the almost unanimous
voice of the American people, callir g
him again to presids over the destinies
of pur country.
The Cincinnati Convention.
The friends of the aati-Grant move
ment will be pleased to learn that
Hendricks and Voorhes, of Indiana,
are' willing to co-operate with that
Convention in support ot Davies for the
Presidency. This they would naturally
be williug to do, knowing there was no
possibility of electing a straight Demo
cratip ticket. They, have coui.tcd ahc
upon 'the support of Sumner, but from
late reports it seems they have counted
without their forces, Mr. 'Sumner now
pays he has never authorized any oro to
use 'his name in that connection, and
declines saying what he will do. It is
hardly to be supposed that Mr. Sumner
would be willing to unite with the De
mocracy simply to defeat President
Grant, unless the name of Clias. ftum-
iDer could be unfurled at the, masthead
as the leader and the candidate fir
presidential honors. This will be found
to be the case with others. Trumbull,
Chase, or any of those men would be
"willing to lead a party in opposition to
Grant, but when called upon to nqt in
concert with any party, with some other
nauieib tfie lead, they will not be so
fat to co-operate. Mr. Sumner's as
sertion that he has never authorized auv
one to use his name in connection with
the Cincinnati movement, is akin to
saying that he will not co-operate vith
'it, and the probabilities are that others
will be found in the same fix, when the
affair comes to a focus so that the
f jnoyers will be compelled to show their
. colors. J
Death ov a PftiNr Kit. Ht-nry A
Young, a, hjjjhmiuded and energetic
?0UDS rater, about twenty year& old
while on his way from Portland to visit
Jiis toother at Roseburg, was stricken
down iu Albany, and died before his
' mother, who was immediately tele
graphed, could reach him. His loss
fFill be felt by a large circle of friends,
Omens ol success.
If the signs of the times indicate
anything, they predict almost to a cer
tainty the success of the Republican
party in the coming campaign. The
Democratic organs have thus far failed
to find any objections, either to the
platform adopted by tho Republicans,
or the men chosen as the standard
bearers of tho party, Divided in sen
timent upon the great issues which have
arisen from tho war, as well as those
which have sprung up since, with but
little hope of uniting, they see tho Re
publicans in a solid phalanx, ready to
meet them squarely upon all the great
questions of the day. Nationally, they
cannot possibly hope for success. Al
ready has the New York World coun
seled them to discard all idens of a pas
sive policy, and ns that is the mouth
piece of the Democratic party through
out the country, it will doubtless dic
tate the coarse which will eveutually be
ursued. No threat portiun of the Re
publican party can be expected to en
dorse any man which the Democratic
party would nominate, even those most
bitterly opposed to Grant, would prefer
to see him in the Presidential chair in
preference to a man whose past record
as well as his present position, indicates
to be on any other basis than a basis uf
national unity and a full sustMitatiou of
our llepublicau institutions. Tho l);m
neratic party, although full of " Nev
Departures" and willing to adopt any
policy which will insure success, is
doomed to defeat, and do what they
may it cannot Le avoided.
1'oiUiral N' tes.
Henry Ward Ueeehor supports (Jen.
Grant for President. ,'
The pab'ic d--t.it is Loin reduce 1 at
the rate of half imiiioa dollars a d iy.
The loss by defaulters sinec Grant
became President, ha- been
1 1: s loan
one fifteenth of orni i-r cent.
Geo. Francis Train is arrangiog for
a convention, to be held in M. Is 'iis j
Oct. 10th for th-j purp.je of noutiua- j
tin him for President.
The Jenjoer.tey of Marion ci un.y are j
anxious to t'onn a Fusio i ticket to ?tl
the ;' out aud o-it " ll-' ublieans. 'iruly
the titn s an- pregmnt with UJV de
partures. The Deuneracv of
adopted the pas-ive policy ; Polk don't
adapt worth a cent ; bu then Polk an 1
V.tmhill never could agree, one is run
by IIayib;n, and the other by Miller.
KUrUIfL.lt; AN lI.A t 'IIiI.
UESOf.t Tl XS AHOI TB BV TUB STAT jj RKI-l r.I.I
CAS (OJVKXfiON AT IOTLASH, MA (tell Ha,
The Union Republican party of Ore
gon, in Convention, makes this declara
tion of its principles and policies :
1. To the Constitution of the Uni
ted States and all its amendments we
pledge our uufaltering allegiance to
its authority a willing obedience; to its
full and legal construction and eufoicc
meut our constant support.
2. That the success of the present
National Administration in reducing
the public debt, diminishing and equa
lizing taxation, administering eveiy
branch of public alfiirs with economy
and efficiency, forming and improving
the civil service, enforcing the laws
without fear or favor, protecting tho
nation's wards vith parental care against
the cruel avarice of .speculation and
fraud, and maintaining iiiendly rela
tions with Foreign lowers, has been
such as to command the approbation
of the great, majority of the American
people, unit ju-tly entitle it to the con
fidence and commendation of every true
ii. Wo regard the payment of the
national debt, in f ull compliance with
all legal obligations to our creditors
everywhere, mid in accordance with the
true letter and spirit of i s contracting,
as no longer a question in issue; but
that we may bo clearly understood, wo
denounce all forms anil degrees of rtpu
diation of that debt, as affirmed by the
Democratic party and its sympathizers,
us not only national calamities, but posi
tive crimes, aud we will nsver consent
to a suspicion of lack of honor or jus
tice in its complete satisfaction.
4. Wc admit of no distinctions be
tween citizens, whether of native or
foreign birth; and therefore we favor
the granting of fullamucsty to the peo
ple ot those Staies lately in rebellion;
and we here pledge the 4full and effec
tive protection of our civil laws to all
persons voluntarily coming to or, resid
ing in our land.
5. We favor tho encouragement
ot ruiltoadftby the General ( Jovcrnment
of the United States, and hold that such
disposition shou'd be mado of the pub
lic lauds as shall secure the same to ac
tual settlers only, in quantities not ex-
cccding 1G0 acres.
G. That wuilo wo are in favor, ot a
revenue for the support of the General
Government, by duties upon imports,
sound policy requires such adjustment
of those duties on imports as to eueour
age the development of the industrial
interests of the whole country j and we
recommend that policy of national ex
change which secures to the working
men liberal wages j to agriculture remu
nerative prices ; to mechanics and man
ufacturers an adequato reward for their
skill, labor and enterprise, and to the
Nation commercial prosperity and inde
pendence. 7. We believo that popular educa
tion is the sole true basis and hope of a
free government, and shall ever oppose
any diversion of, or inteiferenee with
the common school funds or lands in
tnis State, lor any other than their le
gitimate purpose, and we condemn the
act of favoritism by the last Loijislalure
whereby two hundred thousand dollar,
taken from tho school fund, worrant
ed to a corporation consisting mainly of
Democratic leaders and party favorites,
for the construction of a work which
another corporation, cntitely souud and
responsible, offered to construct for sev
enty. five thousand dollars less ; ami that
wc are in favor of the passage by the
Legislature of an efficient school law,
such as shall secure to all citizens of
our State a good common school educa
tion. 8. Wc find no terms MifikuVntly
strong to express our disapproval of
tbv-, .f tie last Legislature whcie
by the swamp lands belonging to the
State have been taken from th? needy
settlers and uiven without limit or proper
competition in price, to the lani grab
ber and speculator ; whereby tl eemol
unicnfs a;ul s.-.laries of State officers
have been uncontitutioirilly increa-ed.
and tli taxes inenri-ed thousands of
dollars by the creation oJ new and im
ueees-av ofTi.es and salaries, for the
purpw of providing for p r'y f tv-rite.-;
and whereby the citizens of our me
tro; oli have been deprived of anil do
nie; the Jri.rl.t of controlling their po- j
; authority. .'Vol re equally con-
demn the avlministration of our Statt:
nd laws as extravagirt, reek-
iess, t'Teu'il anl dv-lru'jtive. and we
rjh'jy eliaro ail he-e resul's a.:
net of the Denmeritie p r? y
!). We ure in ftverof the Pnited !
States v m t. e.,eh !o.t!(.r ill v dis- !
ctiartretl o'di'r woo -etved n the arm-
ics of the i Mfeu States to put town
tj,e rr!M.jp,.,n :i .variant ibr a hoinc.-teud
It). That wo demind the reiiCil of
the so-rnlitvl litigant net, which w:i
duvisi-il to mi part p:np-r I UMioeratie j
newspapers at 5! e jaildie ep nse.
11 lint the liepnMie.in :irty ; i
i m ..iir .-ii i hi iiv... ... t -in
(ioverntnent estendii. 2 aid toward builii
g si raiir i-J train 1 ottlaml. Un-gon,
........ . . . . . i
to Stilt Lake City, and we hereby pledge
o ir party representatives to t lie support
of the .-auiC
12. That the indiscriminate licen
sing of persons to s dl spirifuo is liij'i r-i
without being p'aei d under prop -r re
sponibiliMes for the aoe thereof,
havihg bc'-n found by experience f
promote the growth of crime r.nd pan
p"rism, and th ereby to seriously ijicrea-
the rate of taxation, the Hepublir ia
party rec igniz the right .and duty of
the law unking power to prevent an 1
limit the evils and - abuses f sueb si'c.
so far as concerns the publif goad an 1
is ponistent with individuil liberty, by I
refusing to licence other than law-iihid-
in" enl re-r.ansible person, who enn
In r a ish
ietit run ties for good con-
Pi. That the Republican prirty of
Oregon is in favor of obfniuing a-sl-J-ance
from the (leneral ( ! ovci n mnt for
the ecu -trueti n of a wa'iort rand from
fheeityof Portland to the DaMes, re.
eoMii,tng this a41 a most important, and
ticcessarv improvement, fr the State.
1 1. We aHirrn tlu t the continu ineo
in power of the Hepnb'ienn party is
ti e only sure preservation of national
peace ami prospci ity, and for reasons
therefor we paint to its brilliant, record
m toe late, civil war; to a complete1
nationality ; to a united sisterhood of
thirty-seven States ; to our 'I'ei rifories
rapidly warming into State lifep to a
nation freed from the to int. of human
t-lavery ; to an elevated and enlarged
citizenship; to oar national sfanfingat
home and abroad ; to the work o( vig
orous reform in all discovered abuses of
authority or trust ; to an uriequ iled for
eign credit ; to a successful and solid
financial system, and lo the unparalleled
peace and prosperity everywhere in our
broad domain, and these are cur pledges
for the future.
If). We hail the "New Departure"
of the late Democratic party, taken by
the action of their Convention in seven
Sta'es, as an affirmation of the princi
ples lor which the llepublican party
has contended for tho last ten years ;
and in the " Passive Policy'' of that
party, already assumed in sevcra.1 of
the States, we recognize an acknowl
edgment of their hopelessness of suc
cess in the coming Presidential! cam-
Another remonstrance. A remon
strance against high prices for goods
has been signed by Bolter & Wortley.
For proof, see tho low rates at which
Subscribe for the Republican.
Gleanings from State Exchanger."!
Albany denies having small-pox.
Eugene is complaining of indians.
Lane county reports -,877 pupils.
Jackson county reports 2,187 pupils.
Wheat is quoted in Salem, tit 80 cts.
Real Estate is reported lively in
Farmers arc asking $5. per head for
Mrs. A. J. Duniway is to lecture at
Gervais next Monday.
Hon J. S. Smith has returned home.
II is health is still precarious.
The Elr.ora, reported stranded on
Vaquina, has been set afloat.
The O. &. 0. Railroad now reaches
one mile into Douglas county.
Eugene is to have a brass band, and
the Guard is " tooting" over it.
The contract for rradiii between
Oakland and Wilbur has been let.
A cargo of Scotch lassies is to be
brought to Oregon the coming summer.
Republicans of Lane county will nom
inate their county ticket on the 20th of
Miss Ada Seriber was thrown from
a horse, last monday, at Lincoln anil
During, the late heavy rains many
gold specimens were picked up In the
str-ets of .Jacksonville.
A little son of Mr ('of k. in Salem,
had his arm broken one day last week,
by the tolling of a !og.
Jesse V. Jone, was shot and instant -Iy
killed, by .laeoh Lng'e, at Uooiie's
Perry, Ciaekan.as county, 1 i.-t Monday,
The rtibscription for tin? purpose of J
changing the O A: (;. It inroad sa as to
ru-i through Salem, is increasing rapid-
The Courier and II' .? Side are qmr
ro'iiiLT over the litiriif itrn'tirr-r. for
Vi!j1I county, Each I.a the Proela
A villain in Linn county who has been
in iiiC(tiMHi inlet ei.urM- fi e:tis Willi
his tiwti d.mliter.has been detected and
i ft d L.r parrs unKtiuwu.
1 ui" ' " ay"r, t ne jjiwuhj, lias
1 . ... U- - .1 1 - . . . . 1 . ( I f . . . !
' " ''"" " M I ' ";
wli-it he knows noout
It wavn't much.
A very large and rnthus'a-tie It pub
lican rat ifieut mii n.( rtint.' v.ns hei j af
S:i!i to n
S:it!ti lav evetiiliir. SjU'cdo
nt ib-by Mtrs Mcjitlo in, Ma!--
f ! .i-v f i 1 1 1. , -
i .it.?, t . r. .rii-. ii!i nt- I'Miin
.-,. f,-i,ai.d w
! ! ni'i I a ! h en
ijtit't tli.il f-"I-r J lio aj-l.iio I - weii
(lu ililla far bis po.itiun ;...! ih-ccivi-i
..!,,.(.t. WL,h ,',, a ,JK. ,,IU) u:i
Wc :tre i'lf'o' med that the ()re.".n (Vn
tia! Iliulioid ('., Jif er -;ii v. iti g m'v
eral line" through V amhill eiejuty, h;tve
filially decided to crus the r;v, r at a
paint ab ut loi.Jway between Lai.ietle
Th i Stuff J Htrtiol uf I4i;; f.oinfv,
siys : 4 Many Di-iiiaer.its think it daubt
j'sil wh'thr they rarrv tl'is i-mmtv at
li.i- .1 tine chcti.)ii. Theyrhim nil the
w-tv along from O to IoO tn.ij rlv.
They arc la.-ing their j:iip-''
The Itosehurg market re-
port.-" Tongue is plenty, but gaiug
r ; brains scarce, and wanted : cbet k,
full upply ; pluck, rnno in the tnaiket ;
hearts, unsteady, price fluctuating, ino.-t-
K sold for ta-h.
TNfgtrors.vnoN. Articles of ir.cr-
oration were filed in the Secretary's
oifce on Saturday hist, ineo; panting
Noopareil Lodge. No. So, I. O (J 'j'..
of Paitliud. Incorporators.: A. (J.
W. S. James and Richard
From the IIV. Side we learn that as
Mr. McCain, a resident of Polk county,
and quite an old and infirm man. was
on his way to visit his son livini: in La
f ajette,hi haf-es bee. one unmanageable,
rait away, and bruised th j old
ci'ii! i i 1 1 1 i ri
At the annual meeting of the Coos
Day Wagon Koad Company, Aaron osc
was elected President , .J. F. Watson,
Secretary ; and F. S. Morgan, Treasur
er. Following tire the Directors : A.
It. Flint, S. llami'ton, J, MeF.beilinc,
T. J. Deal, Aaron Rose.
Joel Sanford, Geo. W. Sanfard and
Andrew.!. San fold, have organized the
"North Santiam Canal Co.," for the
purpose of carrying water from the
Santiam liivcr to tho Fair (J rounds,
Howell Prairie and other points, for
irrigating, manufacturing eve. Capital
Stock SoOOOO, iu shares of $f0 each.
Land grabbing continues. The Jack
sonville Ti'tien says: "On Thursday,
two additional swamp land maps were
filed in the office of the County Clerk
by the Hoard of school Lind Commis
sioners. These embrace Tulc, Modoc or
llhctt Lake, and embrace an area of
swamp land amounting to 8,022 acres."
Republican of Wasco in their late
Couuty Convention passed this resolu
tion , Wo aro in favor of building a
wagon road along tho Columbia river to
connect us with Western Oregon, and
require of our candidates for the Legis-
i laturo a pledge to use all honorable aud
available means to obtain aid from tho
State for its costruction,"
JJeautifully Less Tho indict
ments found against Samuel E May,
before tho Grand Jury of Marion Co.,
could not stand tho test before the
courts, and were consequently quashed.
The amount as is (well known was about
814,000. Not content, to rest at this,
persecutors have sworn out another list
of eight indictments, the sum total
amounting to eight hundred and thirty
dollar! This, like their prospects for
success, is growiug smaller aud beauti
fully less, and our prediction will yet
prove true, that the whole thing was
concocted for political capital.
All kinds of dress goods, hats, cap?,
boots, shoes, in fact everything to be
found at a first class variety store cheap
at Bolter & Wortley's
rilKN ACRES OF LAND, with good House
JL and Uarn, alt fenced ami under K""d Im-prowuu-iit,
situated in the Town of Dalian,
I'olk County, an cxiraorJinurjr w?ihuuh;.
riWO 'llUXMiED AND FOKTY SIX
Avri' f Land ne Miie 'North of F.ola,
l'i.lk CVtunlv. II' u-?, good Ih.uMe Hum,
and other Ji'i;ildinr.i. Alt uader fenee, with tiue
Orehard, and in bib t.te of cultivation.
A HOrSR AND LOT IN CENTRAL
4' sah-in, netr the two Central Srhool
flounce. The House contain Kight IlnomM.
all I'lj.tery d, Willi liar I l'i:ii h, lJirn, Wood
ll.m.-f, and all cuiit ciiieno 8 to make it
FARM OF lf-0 ACKE. 23 ACRES IN
iV cultivaii'iii, 10 ucrei of l.i'l wiieat, it acres
ot uieal good urt hard. ioid vvcll Minjdied
with water. Situated three mile 'udi west f
iiu'on'( lirfdge on IJi Lueki auitite. For sale
hI a hurguin if eotd (ou.
1 FINE MILL SITE IN FOFTJI SALEM,
on Willamette M-uh. A tdock of Six
t. om, n !.cd with R.ari Fence, g jod House,
4 OOOI) STOCK FARM. CONTAININO
4-0 A free, jrood Jlotirf, to Karne,
"n-Uard, Ac. rituutid on I. j itr Salt Ctvt-k, 7
j iuii . from Dallas.
FARM CONTAINING 2:.0 ACRES, 100
: o l llu-. l irn. ana lino UrtU.ira,
Mtuuled tj miles west of D.t'l.i..
rfflHR EE HCNDREP AND SIXTY ACRES
R of land, arrrf under fVn- 25 nrrch
i-nS'icatfd, inl liirn, witli ininher for
Imil-c, jr--.a orcliiiid, hki'i iter lii-ar all the
y.ir r-mnd. .'I tnilc put!i-wtil of Si in I 'Son
Bri'lc, li Eiii kiititiu'e.
liiKiii i;tsi.t:ss L'C TION AT
V Ru'-na Vi-ia. lo!!; coutts-. Warehouc
mi; it c.njiiicity o lotu .o )u -l.-vls ; tr.ido afn a iy
-t.iti!i-ti-d wi'-h iho in tei i r, and conin-i tion
wi!s the Will tiii'-t'e Tf o -t "ft . I i (.' tnc iTi V
ii n,d i ivi-loti: li.-ii.f. ni -l i yiliiirj; ii-ady 1 -r
. i ll.-.lt l-ilt. A H'i li li t jv:l:i JvpT hu.-iil"?.
e-'T .ic t iic.-in.
t'!.;:Noni arm aiuoininc. uai.
J.H d ll-iisi-. tt.irn. and r ll ii.-l
1 'I 1 , t
in...', .-iui in-.i m town. i 'i iintiurci ft i
f. fty f !;ir-;i'Ti t. i ti,' ti'inrt d arr . d j. low
iaii 1. t- li :ii"lis o! Fail u in .it, aim iit M.tv in r. r
r a i v j ln d. iiod v.t rH0'4 'ei fiiiw c:,i(di(ioi
( r larooii:. C.!1 n li A .Carter, o.i thi
(r.-ii; :.-. , or (he e.n )v: .-ihc 1.
co in ni:;v ranch on netarts
l! iV. t-i ;iV!f of Ml-';Otiiii; m e tnlidr-i
i hm!i nit iii- i!-ci'--.i ry ii'iiMo'ji:iir r
liaiiy.i.ji. A H'lciM.id chaiH-e I.-. hcr ofl'i-i a
lift- any i.- i j.-loiu'- t r?;rf in this l)U.-iti"M.
ir c rv th i.. g ii ready lo i.a-i.1 tur carrvin
HOOT) CMMEoUiAnt.K IIOfSE AND
Earn, wills lciitv id' fmv wod convenient.
Mutate ah ut twa tuilcn M Ulli He.t of liall.i.i.
l".r l'articulr enquire of R. II. Tvf
lUei ntae vN Oki h i:.
miiR rNir.Ri;Nr,i Rr.srRciTru.v
al'..- (he aliention.or Mcehaniei and Ihidii-
crs tiithe l;u t lluit tl.i y Joive refuted their Mill
on tho laUle l.nckniiuntt.-. and tiro now ircpered
tofurnifh ltonlur at the lowest t'ASIl PRICKS,
ind in tamtility nnd ijiiality to wit. Having
heller fa -iliiies than any other Mill in the coun
ty lor the mun'aetim; o( n
of RUMRKR, it or int. ntion at an early
day to add to the Milt an A No. 1
" MATCIUUt AM) rL.VXRK,"
After whieh I'iuip we will he prppared to fur
nish lumber dressed and matched.
An excellent MOUNTAIN ROAD leads di
rect to the Mill. A liberal t-bare ot patronage
solicited, S11UADLR A CO.
OF WOllK AT THE LOWEST
LIVING PRICKS. CAN UK HAD
HY CALLING ON.
ISOIES & BAE3ES,EER,
STEAM JOB PRINTERS,
03 Front Street, Portland, Oregon.
ASSORTMENT of BLANKS
Circuit, County, and Justices' Courts, con
stantly unhand. Also, Bonds, Deeds, Mortgages
and Blanks for use in Bankruptcy cases.
By using Letterheads, Billheads, Cards, Circu
lars, Printed Envelopes, oto. Givo us a call, or
cud in your orders, 4;ruI2
HOUSE WE LIVE !'
Inhabitants of the Human Body.
The caue of a great many diseases that
have been pronounced incurable by the moat
eminent physician?, for the Very reason that
they overlooked the caue, and as Dr. Van
Den Uergh has made the Entoia a life long
study, he would inform the sick generally thai
by close observation and great experiments bo
has come to the conclusion that there are more
acute and chronic diseases ranged by Wormi,
Hydatids, Aniinalculae or other species of En
toza. .The public generally, or the profession
at large, are not aware of the number of pa
tient who are treated by eminent physicians
for this, that, or such a complaint, without any
relief. If the disease bad been understood, a
few dosei of Dr. V's Sovereign Worm Remedy
would have immediately cured the complaint
and have saved a great many lives.
Inhabitants of the Human Body I
What think you, reader, of your body being
a planet, inhabited by living races, as we in
habit the earth ? Whatever may be your
thought. on the ubjeet, it is even so. Your
body may be but a home for parasites that
rral over the surface, burrow beneath the
t-Uin. nectlc in its en trail, and riot and propa
gate their kind in every corner of its frame.
The following is from the San Francieo
l!,ltcti,t, of January 2Gtb, 1872 a resent
Carl Martins recently died in Cleveland,
Ohio, from esaing meat affected with the Ora
of To nn tn Solium. At the Coroner's Inquest, r.n
Tuer lay. January 2d, it was fbown that three
weeks he-fore Chritmi, Martins purchased a
rarcafs of pork. Svine of the meat Was eaten
the s me day, and iuie was made into sausage.
Ah"iit ten days later eina of the naurage was
eaten, nnd in a hhort time the whole family
were take-n sirk. Martins died on Sunday Dec.
;l.-t, lh71. Mr.. artinn and her t children
are now very iok, and the former is not likely
to rteover. The verdict waa in accordance
wh1 t'se fa il. For further particulars, see
Cleveland, Ohio, papers of the above dat. A
Coroner's Iftiucst brought this fact to light.
Now I would ak how many more such
deaths nn inquest would bring to light ?
i'oudr well, reader, upon this, and think of
the thousands that die every year and no cause
can be nsrigneJ fr their death. Now the
(tuMion that would naturally inter the mind
ol the reader i", what idia.ll I do ? The ad
vice f the Doctor wuld be to go t some one
that i competent of treating such complaints.
And who i-t there more competent than the one
that ha made Worms a fpecialty.
Tkmah. Yesterday, Dr. Van Den Berjrh
fxhihited to ui a i-uu;bcr f parasites which
t,al been temoved lroin prons afflicted.
I hre were !-.veral dirlerent spicie, ofte of
which appears to be entirely onknown to the
nu-dk-al pro!e-!i.n. Thi new Tahenia is
tiati-1 .-oiRething tike an orange seed, but peril-
1 1 v tl tt, or rattier like a eueuniher seed, with
i t.iil at out a fjnartcr of an inch in length.
Knothcr was a taje worm S7 reet iu length,
and con i.-t-d of 4.t.6 0 joint. Among medical
;iico there ' ex?t no 1 i t tic dilTerenreof opiniot
rvl.nivf to tin origin of tb?e K nt ora. One
lut of vtriti-r lictieve that tbeoe pa raid te. or
i l-.-a-i iu.ny of iht in. .originate in the endow
iteot (' sn iioil m-deeti'en with viiality from
dvi.t 5) Ay, favored by certain Mate." of
he iui t .r,f thathedy; the states origin -iti;ijr
thiir organization, nnd promoting ttcir
rr-'.tii atol propngation. That all descriptions
I . are nu t with far more frequently
h-. ;'" ' r'J u.cd in greatect )..
'- i- ' i 1 pat aide fact, especially w h.r
i .-, i j! -h i f the usele-m V- u.n.'
A':,i i tin; Jev,. Mtdiamiae t.i,;- are r-
oidd.-fi lo partake of. Hut our tnt-nt'.-'? i- "'f
lo wiiic a ti-eti." on I fits Mitjert; wc :
t ehrot:i.-R' the f ict tint Dr. J. v. V - :
R'-rgli h-i ti.uri t a indieiiie tiiut l- x : : .
hie, which gr i;i ahui.d.inee iu C!'?u ri .
whit li i ad-il hot t all entoi.i, of whatever
de.-o rtpli nt, generally it-eotnpli'hing its object
in fi 'in an hour and a half t six hour a
Mom!, i j Call.
Ha l wc j ice here, hundreds oftestimonials
could he pro. hi -c 1 t-:sfityiig to the truth of tho
a-sei Sio'is that "nave been mi le, but it would
he useless, and would occupy tho reader's
Tho following aro pome of the diseases that
Worms aro often mist iken for:
Dy.prpsja. Ciironie Aff-.cti n of the Liver
nnd Kid tic v, I'oofuuiption, Whito Swelling,
l'-t'jy, Sp: rm itorthoca nr Local Wfakne..",
Nerons luliihty. Kpileptie Fit, Klieumatisux,
N'.ir.ilui.i: l i.n 1 1, .. a. I oconi iiictico of Urine,
tira e!, FU.r Alloiy, Ii.thctc!, Dropsy, cte.
Ir. V. "Mild a lvlJ tli so Indies troubled
wiih o)iy Irrenlariiies of the Uterus to try his
new reiucdh'!- and get cured.
Dr. Van Don Ilcrgh's Infallible Worm Syrup
for children. Warranted to expel the worms.
lMce $1, Sent every whole ujm roeeipt of
Dr. J. W. Van Den Rergh's Hair Tonie a
Mire cure to destroy nit aniinalculae of the hair
follicles, prevents falling out, and promotes the
growth of the hair. Frice $1 50. Warranted.
lly Consulting and Undergoing a
The afllietcd can learn if their disease is
eaiusid by Worms or not ; at all events, Dr.
Van Den Uergh can tell thcra from what dis
ease they aro sufiering.
Symptoms of Worms,
Alternate paleness and flushing of the coun
tenance, dull expression of the eyes, drowti.
ness, itching of the nose, a swelled upper lip.
ton i(iio whitely furred and thickly speckeled
with red points, foetid breath, an enlarged ab
dMiien, a partial or general swelling or -pu'G-ne.s
of the skin, a starting in tho sleep and
grinding of tho teeth, a sensation as if some
thing was lodged in tho throat, a gradual
wasting of the lie ah, sicknes of the stomach,
vomiting, a short and dry cough, appetite
sometimes voracious, at other times feeble,
bowels sometimes costive, at other times loose,
great fretlulness and irritability of temper,
pam in tho stomach and bowels, colic, fits,
convulsions and palsy.
If tho Worm Syrup is not te be had in your
town, rend orders to the manufacturers, and it
will be sent to any address. Direct orders to
Dr. J, W. Van Den llergb, P.O. Box 172,
Letters describing tho symptoms will be
promptly answered, and persona living at
distance will be saved the expense and trouble
of calling upon tho Doctor.
Consultation and Hxamtnatlona Prea
0 FPICE ROOMS, 38 & 39,
OVER TUE POST OFFICE.
Address, Dr. J. W. Von Den
T. 0. BOX 172, SALEM, 0REG0JT .