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DALLAS, SATURDAY, APU.13.
II 12 V V II I I C A IV
-V. S. OKAKT.
A, 11. Meacham, of Umatilla County,
XV, I. Ilaio of Washington County
J as. F. Gazley, of Douglas County.
JOESPIS O WILSON,
Of Wasco County.
' N. B. Humphrey, of Linn.
That there is no one thing which
tends nioru to the permanence of our
cherished institutions than the lutclli
gen:e of the peop'e, is being more fully
realized in our. own State than it has
ever been before. From all part3 of
the country wo hear of free schools,
supported by taxation, being established
by the votes of the citizens by Iarp;e
majorities. This question is, by force
of circumstances, going to be brought
juore directly before, the people iu the
present campaigu than formerly. Iu
faei, it will undoubtedly be one of the
leading issues. No party can expect to
fcuccced merely by making war upon
the personal character of political op
ponents. The issues must be clearly
stated and fairly met. Issues which
come directly home to us, which can be
easily seen and forcibly felt. That the
question oi free- schools is oue which
conies home ta us, cannot be denied,
and we expect our Legislative Candi
dates, on both tickets, to defjue their
positions definitely on this as well as
other issues. It is not sufficient for
ihem merely to say that they are in
avor of free schools, but it will be re
quired of them to show in what way
they expect to establish this principle
and give it a tangible form. Give a
synopsis of a law which shall meet the
wants of the people and secure a school
system adequate to their necessities.
Nothing thort of this Vr ill do. The
time for abstract assertions and useless
quitbling has gone by. Our people arc
in earnest in this matter, and yr.:it men
to represent them in the Legislature
who fe able to apt ip the wafer intel
ligently, and willing to show in what
way they propose to act.
Viiat Can You Do? Though
this may not seem of much importance
to the casual obseryer, yet, when we
come to examiue the present state of
society it is of vast importance. A boy
applies to an office for a situation, this
is the question which greets him. Al
most anything, he replies. This, lie
thinks, is comprehensive and j-hould
entitle him to a position. The contrary,
however, i3 the result. To-the practi
cal business man, one who is thorough,
this implies that he has an indistinct
idea of what he ought to do, and no
definite rule for doing anything. Should
a Mian apply to a railroad company for
a situation, 'and upon being asked what
he could do, should make the above
reply, he would be laughed at and be
forced to leave in sell defence. To the
young, particularly, should it be made
a matter of great moment that they
thoroughly understand some branch of
business, so that when the question,
What can you do 1 is asked, then they
can tell clearly, and convey to the one
to whom they apply, a distinct idea of
what they can, do, and how they can do
The Mercury says ; " That man, in
our opioion, is strong who will unite
the Democracy." Wc should gay so the
thing can't be did, Dro. Mercury..; the
game is up. "
CThe New York World hopes the
Penioerata of the country will have
nothing to do with the Cincinnati Con
vention. - -
Chief Justice Ciiiti? i urging the
Democracy to make a btruight Demo
The legislature of Wisconsin has
passed a temperance bill similar to that
of Illinois, but excepts from its provi
sions the fellers of native wines, and
owners of Luild ns in which liquors are
"Vc can hardly pick up a Democratic
paper bu:t we Gnd long leaders charging
the Republican party with all manner
of corrupt legislation. If Republican
legislation had been so notoriously cor
rupt, would not the condition of tho
country, financially and otherwise, show
the effect ? The claims of any writer
that certain things would have becu
better, done in some other way, or left
uudone, is oi no moment unless backed
up by positive facts. At no time in
the history of our country have wo ex
perienced such marked prosperity in all
branches of busiucs?, under similar cir.
cumstances, as is evidenced now. The
close of the Administration of Van
liuren found the country hopelessly
bankrupt. Caj-ital was entirely locked
up and labor went begging for work to
keep hunger from the door.
The close of Polk's term of office
found the Mexican war debt on our
hand:, which prevented us from any
reduction of the Tut ill and marred our
prosperity. The disgraceful termina
tion of the reign, of liuchauau is too
well remembered to need a reference.
The close of all Administrations show
conclusive ly that corrupt legislation is
not confined to Republican rule. l?ut
a cartful comparison of those referred
to, the standing of the country and
everything connected with governmental
Administrations, shows conclusively
that however much may bo said again.t
the party m power, yet, never in the
history of our country, li is the nation
been iu a more fljuri-hing condition.
That there has been stealing and cor
luption, no one will deny, but history
proves that stealings under Republi
can rule, dwindle into insignificance
when compared to that of Jackson's,
Yau Ruren's or Ruehan.iu's Admiuis-
tration. And iurther, that more pains
are being taken to bring culpnis to
jusuce aim oio.ccl mu imms 01 cm-
; .1 i t. 1... .. r i
zens. We tiavc salt notring ot the ?
incensitftency of the Democratic party
in sending Tweed to the Senate of Xew
York. raftcr his wholesale t.luu dcriiiL !
from the fact .hat t;iat wa a Pel r,
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Sfate matter, a:,d we proposed to eon-
nrsrt ini It 1 m tlnj ri ?. t i ii n I 'if! .irti t
Lnough has already been said to war- f
raut the conclusion that the less said
by the Democratic press, about steal
ings and corrupt legislations, the better
it will be for that organ rz ition.
" At a dinner at Hugcne (T.y, Ore
gon, where Joaquin Miller was chb.-f
lion, a well known citizen. Mr. Jes.-e I
Arrde'a'e was one of the "nests. Not i
tsaing His (jenim much attention, the i
hot introduced Mr. Miller to hi.o !
the rioet ot the Sierras, who. after win
tiing laurels in Kuiope, had returned
to Oregon to grace it with his presence,
etc. Mr. Applegate bowed, saying:
4 I have known Mr. Miller before. He
edited a f-t ctsh paper during t he war,
which was- suppressed by the govern
merit for its rebel principles.' " Rioum
ington (HI ) 'tmt'y)'(ij'h.
The old adage that one must go
from home to hear home news," is very
applicable in this case. It will be n:ws
to many that Mr. MUIei was the" lion"
of any particular locality, or that he
edited a paper within this State during
So, Id .'cis' Homestead HIM.
The following is a summary of the
above bill as it finally passed :
It declares that the public lands shall
he disposed of to actual settlers, provi
ded that the act shall not interfere with
any obligations heretofore incurred by
the United States, or with the granting
in limited quantities, of public lauds for
educational purposes, or with granting
lands iu limited quantities tho proceeds
of which shall be used lor purposes of
ioternal improvement, such lands to be
sold to actual settlers only, in quantities
not exceeding 100 acres, at not more
than SJ 50 per aero. In the cases of
soldiers it is provided that the time of
services in the army shall be deducted
from the required five years residence,
the settler being compelled, however,
to reside on the land two years, and is
allowed twelve months after locating his
homestead within which to commence
Noisy. The Enter-prise complains
of a 44 noisy" individual in Clackamas
county who is working against the
Democratic ticket. This is rather sug
gestive, coming from a Democratic pa-
pen The Clackamas Democracy are
not t li e only ones nfllicted in that way;
it will bo found at the June clec
tion that many others have been work
ing against that ticket, with success,
The Dalles Convention.
From the Oregonian.
The platform consists of nine resolu
tions. The first favors a strict construc
tion of the Constitution, and protection
of individual rights. Second, opposes
corruption iu every shape. Third, is the
motto: No privileged ehsscs aud no
privileged capital. Fourth, favors a tar
MF to raise only what money is necessary
for the General (Jovernmeut, aud not
any for monopolies. Seventh, favors the
appropriation of money from the sale of
swamp lands to internal improvements.
The eighth approves the Lock and Dam
law. The ninth thanks the State Ad
ministration for its able efforts.
For Congressman, on the first ballot,
Helm had GO ; Haydtn, 21 ; Burnett,
32 ; Slater, iVi.
Sixth ballot.-Rurnett, 71 ; IIelm,47.
For Presidential Klui-iors, L. F,
La my fl elm and (lutes were nominated
Delegates to National Convention J.
T. (llenn, H F. Colby, Ai. ZieWr,0.
S. Savage, J. V. Virtue. A. Ru5i.
Dr. Chapman is Chairman of the
tState Central Committee.
The next Convention is to be held at
.Judge Prim is nominated.
For Prosecuting Attorneys W. R
LmsswcII of the 'nh District; lhllinger
o( the 4th ; J. .J. Shaw ot the ,'Jd ; C.
W. Fitch ot the 2d; J. R. Neil of the
1st ; are nominated.
lu t a-hin-toti.
In the Yahington correspondence
of the Rueue Journal "ft'C find the ful
"Attorney-General Williams t win
ning golden opinions on evers hand by
his yueeesNful adiiiiiiitr:j?'Mi of !' -pa'-huent
of .hisiice. C ! CSi ,.'iu
di!l here triog to grt a ',nd gnui Lr
the Poflanll, Dalles and Salt hAe 11
R. Alexander Rlakely, f rimtly eu
nected with Dcnoeratic nc-w.-pap-rs at
Jacksonville and Ktigene City, left here
a few d lys ago for his present home in
Fairfield, Iowa. Ou the 5th of this
month he obtained a patent for a r.ew
improvement" in railway tjark cleaners,
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f bru-h sand from trie rails In hit. 1 the
1 ji.iuotive to prevent impeding the train
wnci: tue tracs is t-uuacu lor use en-
i .1 . 1 . 11 r .1 . i
KSOL-itiMtym. -4FJ IB 'UfcOf if 'H H
I.M)Ki'KMr.ST. And now coir.es
G. Y. Lawsen atd antiounces oitnstlf
JU Ii'F" Candidate for 1UVtc
j sentative, for Marion Co. Uis j.iatl 'rni
says, yet it se ms ti us, it we are cor- j
, . , , , !
publican R-prescntitive ticket of that
cotitiv, 13 composed oi goid it.cn, and
as the principles of the Kepabheans
are well undetfttod, we fear liiemi
Law son ban m ule a mi evi Few, il
any, of the Democracy will support
him, and by weakening the vote of the
Republican parly of that county, he
uny be the means of throwing the !b-p-
reretitative I' the county into the hands
(p no )
ciuociaey, an ultimatum which
wo think he would wi,h to avoid.
Some idea of the cattle trade-of Texas
may he gained by noting the fact that
there are 7)0,'t'jO calves raised and
branded every )cur. It is estimated
that there are about four million head
of cattle on the great piaitis of Texas
These extensive plains cover an area of
about one hundred aud tifty-two mil
lions of acres..
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Political Ft hits Tube active
you must be ' passive."
Tube on hand every time, you must
t ike frequent "departures."
To be wide awake, and up to the true
interests of the party, you must act the
RK'Foum. A re-form of the Dem
ocratic party is really needed. What
with New Departures, Passive Policies
and Coalition Conventions, there is but
little of those 14 time honored principles"
left. Dope is deferred aud prospects
A few days since an Illinois farmer
sold at one time 14,000 pounds of wool
at 05 cents per pound. He has been
storing his wool dip for Ave years, and
sold it all at once. It brought him the
neat little sum of $0,100.
"What Two ? The Albany Demo
crat speaks, of 44 two careless and cred
ulous voters," who have becu misled by
published statements of the decrease of
the public debt. Woudcr what two ho
After Thkm. Jas I). Fay, in the
Jacksonville Times, is after the Jack-
h in County, Democratic Convention.
Fay won't bo " passive" no how.
Wo furnish the RF.runLlCAN and
Wood's Mogaii ie for 2 50 per year,
Gleanings from Stato Exchange?.
Salem has a base ball club.
Rase ball is the game in Fast Port
land to day
Tho Eugene Guard is complaining of
A Fire Company has been organized
Fast Portland is reported very un
healthy. Oregon City is to have a broom han
The Willamette is to be bridged a
Mush and milk sociables are becom
Caterpillars are making their appear
ance again this season.
Mrs. F. F. Victor is soon to be in
Oregon with her new book.
Jo-eph Beers claims to be the oldest
boy burn in Oregon. r-r 1
Work has eo.nmeneed on the new
Court House in Salem.
Albany h.is finally sueecdod in vot
ing a tax for free schools.
Two children of .Mr. Welch of Clack
aims Co., were drowned last Sunday.
T. F. Mains of Clackamas county
lost his houe by tire. Loss 01,000.
So much snow having fallen makes
the mining prospects of Grant county
Passengers and mails are now carried
by rail to a pjiut liS miles south of Hu
31 r. Ruvell of Lafayette, h is inven
ted a machine fur clinching hore ;dioe
T. M. Ga!e, h'i been appointed Inter:-.
'it rev- nn,;. A vr. to i ucvt vd T"
. i i
Will, t-ii the iigiithoi.se at Capo
Fou.1 weather is to be coiumci-ctd about
An addition to the lighthouse at Cape
Disappointment is to be built the pres
It h rumored that Hart, the abscon
ded railroad contractor, has been arres
ted m S in Franci.-eo.
Deeds for 0.000 acres of school lands
were mi le out by the. e oii'iiisloucrs.
,r;,lir , r, ... m . t.
Some lawless wretch attempted to
burglarize " th; house of the editor of
the Albany Ihnvrul, one night last
A eletk in a drug t ire in Ponl.nd.
sold a g iilleinafi strychnine instead of
iodide of po?:tiuui, which came t.ear
tjking the life of the lily who took it.
One of the " bird M who escaped from
that oMi iu t otal j o! t; A bany ha ben
! catiturcd in
m t f f 1
v 11 t s t lie ui
i ,,f taking hiai bck. ? The jail
The Oregf 11 11 al INtate Co. ba-ibe 'ij
organized. Ren Hlil), Vui. L.
liiiseyand Ceo. W. Weidh r ineorpora
tors. 'Capital Sl .ek $1,000,(10, iu
share.- ef lUU each.
Kerosr -.e was poured through a win-
f dow into tiej t. Charles Hotel lat Sat
j uruay in-.o,
1 then li'e l. It w i.
n u conibu.-iihic, and tie; St. Charles iN
The Kntnprize states that Mr Morris
is to enter suit again.-l the C. R.
U Ct. for a cow killed by the ears
'i his is t test the liability of the Co.
fur stock killed in that manner.
It was not a ynuuy man but ?n old
one; it was not $500, but 000 it was
not for wounded honor, but to bring
about, a match , but it all happened iu
Yamhill, as we learn from the Conner.
The Rcdrock Dcntorruf, of Raker
City, .-a)s: 44 J Hotline, Foj , a few
das aiio sold six claims on .Moultrie
(Julch, Ragle Creek District, to one
Fi-hcr for S50 ; and two days after
waids Fisher sold the suuuu claims for
D. Stump, Chairman cf the Ruilding
Committee of Monmouth College,
through tho eolumt.n of the Messeiyer
calls on all friends of education to assist
them iu the woi of establishing a Col
lege iu Monmouth. This institution
should be fosteied and assisted by all
true friends of education.
The Farm er $yn an amount cxcecl
ing $22,000 has been subscribed toward
a change in the railroad depot. Our
citizens should weigh well their inter
ests in this matter and act promptly.
The piice demanded by Mr. Holladay
for moving the depot and track as de
sired is only $20,000, an amount that
will probably not cover more than one
third the entire cost of the change.
The Went Side says iu the County
Court proceedings of last week : 44 An
order was entered directing the Clerk
to cut off the coupons attached to the
bonds given by the county to tho O. &
C. R. R- Co. for the amount ol $75,000,
in the year 1858, and destroy the same
in tho presence of J. Gaston, on the
part of the Railroad Co."
Tho Oreyonian says a movement is
now being mado to celebrate, in an ap
propriate manner, the coming fifty-third
anniversary of the establishment of tho
Order of Odd Fellowship iu the Uni
ted States, by a grand mass picnic, iu
which the Odd Fellows of all the prin
ciple towns in the State will participate.
Aurora is tnc place suggested lur me
OREGON & CALIFORNIA RAIL
road Company, Land Department, Fort
lund, Oregon, April 5, 1872. Notice i hereby
given, that a vigorous prosecution will he insti
tuted against any and every ptrsoi who trcf
patises upon any Railroad Land, Ly cutting and
reihovin' timber thorofrom before ti e same is
UOUUHT ot the Company AND PATD FOlt.
All vacant Laud in odd numbered sections
whether surveyed or unsurveyed, within a dis
tance of thirty miles from the liue of the road,
belongs to the Company
I. It. MOOUKS,
C-tf Land Agent.
J C. SUJLAilVAiY,
Attornsy & Counsellor-At-Law,
Will practice in all the Courts of the State. I
p. is. Tirsorv,
REAL ESTATE & GEKRI AGENT,
" RCPUIILICAN" Ol TICK.
Special attention given to S;los or Purchase of
Ileal Instate, L'.jllcct'em of Claims, tc.
Accnt Union Mutual Life Insurance Co.
raiKN ACIIE. OF LAN l, with pwl Uou?e
j and I!urn. all fei.i'e'l ;onl under pxd lrn
l-ruvtrnt-nt, ituatcl in the Town of l;itliii,
l'ulk County, uu etra'riu;ury opportunity.
fpiiVO Hir.IUKI ANI FORTY SIX
jjL .Trw of L;iud "lie Mile North of Kola,
I'oik County, i -1 11 Mi!'.;, 'iod llxtiLIt' li.trti,
airl other r.i.ii liiiz1. All ii'i-lcr foiictr, wi'.h Hue
Ori'harJ, akd. it. hih i;tutc of cul'lvalii-u.
A 1SC1SI A.ND LOT IN CENTRAL
j. Salt-mi, i.i-ir ll. two Cttstrn! heboo!
il-.u -' -'. TUv 11' :-'' .nOiif! 1'i.rhl K'uu.
ill !: t-r r. -I, wi ! ll ir i K.ui-h, V. .tru, V.,., l
..ti.-.f, aud ail t'obTcbiriift to iMake il
A FARM OF 150 ACRK. 25 ACRES IN
j. t u'tivarmn, 10 Arm of fall wheat, 5 acre-.-
t tnelid w, d on hard, and well nipplicd
with wator. Jrituat-.'d thr? ini!c i.uthweit of
SOupMic' hrfdgc ' ii 1! burKiaiuutc. For tsalj
;t ii biirg-iiu if if-Al i.fu.
4 i-ink mill tin: is sot: tii sli:m,
,' on V tie Si iij.-h. A ht-vl; f S s x
'ii-h..-.l wri:h It.ard Fcutf, g od lluu.'j.
1001 sTOf'K FART. CONTAININ
$" Acrt'S fT 'o I ll .ii'i. tun r.-ui"
'niiBr.l. ir., i:J.ltll on I'pj.i-r halt Cictk, T
uilcs f.oin Jal lit j.
FARM CONTA ININ'S ACTS F. . loc
2 urif un i. r f-iii-v-, Cii a.-r -it undi-r t'f
!i.w : it J H Ufi. mid fiic Oivhard.
tiluatvJ IJ miles wi.'t "I h.i'la.
rrvilllii: HVNIltF.I AND SIXTY A('R!
g of 1 l'i ii'-f- uii h r ft m"f, - " am f
ui'iiatcl. t""d l ' hir.i. wit'i Juuii.vr 1-
l.oti -c, l ord-ii d, li1. iii v.H-r i :r all J'.i-vf.-ir
r-i'.itid. ."' liii''? uilr-wtT uf t-iwps-MuV
I'.ri lv, l;i x Li' U hu'c.
ti(iOM l:t.lNF L'H'ATION Al
t Rion.i V i.H. lo!k o.u!itr. Wanh' i)-,
..;h ,;. jty . !rti-tif!. ; tmdv- j'r-a !
.t,ii,ii.ii" I i.i'a t!io ii.t'.Ti 'T, an I n iiin-i t
ith th W.naujvttw Trafcp.rt ;i..n C mt.iir
il-.o l Aw: ViVi: h u'', iit'd I'Vi'i itl;iiv r ady t-r
-ii t ii. A p!'udid i.'-:t'i: f-jr bu.-inos.
V iT S.tiC clivap.
VPLKNOTDFA PM AI'dOlNIXt) I I.
ln. L'"" 1 I I'"t. r.,ni. nn l othr Rlilid
fitu.in.l ia Town. Tv h.-.iidr.-l HTil
'i!y f'lir ut. !! Sum' red ikti 1 dou
Lmd, I -)? m-rc' f I-'rtll whvat. sh..nt sis!;.- ;u-res
ri-udv j! 'Wt'l.nn 1 f rry I iiitj: i'i h"" ooiidilioi.
I r i irtj:i:'-. Cil "i Ji- M. Carter, on the
, rv iuw-c.-:. r tht; in. l'. r,-ii:t; 1.
4 conn IAir.Y RANCH ON NFTART
- Ray, -ii-(i5: of j-n.-tiiininj: one hncilnd
i tw r. wi;h a ! th- r.firK-ry npj si' tenanc for
l;i;rvlr'. A ; d n;id chano i. ( ro ofJVrt, .1
fur bi.v t,o wi-hiii).' t i'vpn?? in thin l.u-iuf?..
:d tvtry thing i rvady tw iiani for rarrying
1 FARM. ONE AND ONR HALF MILES
2 Nrthi Mst f Diill.i.o. It-Mi..', him and
orchard : Two bin drod tind foity a'rp., all
ninli r ivure : Foriy n:rv u-idr the plow. A
'Z'n.A opp rluiiity i'ur any one wi.-hing a fine
rcVA'O AND A QFARTF-R ACRES OF
land iu tbc town of Rt thcl. House, barn,
workidn-p. and jimui orchaul. A g;'-tl chance
(or any waoninuker, who wihe to locate
nhcrc work d that bind in plenty.
(50(111 COMFORTARLE HOUSE AND
1... n.itl, ..ltitt. .if II ni ,i,l litrtli'tii.ilit
Mluate about two miles -jouth-wc-t of Dallas.
For PurtieulnrJi rniuirf of R. II. Tyson,
Reim nr.iCAX OrvtoE.
milE TJXDETtSIONED HF.SPECTFtLTA"
X calls tbc attention of Mechanic? and Rudd
ers to iho fact that they have refitted their Mill
on tho Little I.uckinmute, and are now prepared
to furnish lumber at, the lowcftCASH PRICES,
and in quantity and quality to suit. Having
better facilities than any other Mill in the coun
ty for the inanfacturo of a
of LUMRER, it is our intention at an early
day to add to tho Mill an A No. 1
MATCHER AND PLANER,"
After which timo we will b prepared to fur
nish lumber dressed and matched.
An excellent MOUNTAIN ROAD lends di
rect to the Mill. A liberal share ot patronage
eolicited, SjHUADEII A CO.
BIOBJSE WE liIVE Ii
Inhabitants of the Human Body,
The oaue of a great many diseases that
have been promotirK'ed incurable y the inoiit
eminent physician?, for the very rcation that
they overlooked the cause, and as Ir. Vaa
Den liergh has made the Entoxa a life long
tudy, ho would inform the tick generally that
by close observation and great experiments be
bas come to the conclusion that there are uiorv
acute and chronic disease caused by Wortun,
Hydatid., Anini.tlculae or other ppeciea of ITn
o7.a. Tire public generally, or the pmfesciori
at lar;', are not avare of the nuuiber of pa
tient who are trifa!d h-y cniincnt jdiysiciar.
for this, that, or such a romplahit, wilhout any
relief. If the di.;'ue had bcn undyrstood, .
few d'ifie. of Dr. V's S'tvvrr.lifn Jl'orw HcmeJif
would Lave iinmedi'iteiy curul t!i j complaint
and have saved a great many live.-;.
Inhabitants cf the Human BoSy
What think you, reader, r,f jour body bein
a planet, inhabited by living races, a we in
habit the earth? Vf bate ver may be your
thoughts on th3 subject, it in even so. Your
body n:.iy be but a home foe pnraitea that
tral over the surface, burrow bcne-ith th
in. initio in its entrails, and riot wwi propa
gate their kind in every corner of its frame.
The following is from the San Franci-erv
iiifelin, of January I'Cth, 1872 a recent
Carl .Martins recently died in Cleveland,
Oliio, from e.iting meat atTected with the Otit
uf Tanam S'tliitm. At the C Toner's Inquest, on
Tuesday, Janu try 2d, it was fdiown that tbrco
weeks before Christina, Martina purchased a
carcaos of pork. Some of the meat was eaten
the me day, raid uie was made into pausage.
About ten day 8 later .ue of the -sHUf-age w
eaten, and in a t-hort time the whole family:
were taken td'-k. Martins died on Sunday Ike.
;? I st , 1 S7 ! . Mr. Martin and her two t-hildreu
ar now very sick, and the firmer is not likely
to recover. The renfMt was in accordance
with the facts. For further particular, 8io
Cleveland, Ohio, papers of the above datf. A
Coroiier'a Inquest brought this fact tu light.
Nw I wo-iM ask Low many mra su -h
Katlii a:i imj-'K'St wu4d bring to ligb' 7
l'ond r well, reader, npon this, and think of
be thounandn that die very year and no cause
can le a.igrci fr tlieir deatL. Now tho
question that would naturally inter the mind,
of the reader is, what shall I do T The aJ
vice f the Doctor would b t gt t iib vb
that is competent of treating such eomplaintsv
t!io i.j there more competent than the one
;Uat ban taade Worm a specialty.
Tkmai Yeyttrday, Dr. Van Pen BergU
.'xbibit.-d to as a i ianltr -f parafites wbici
.ad b' en removed lnm persons afUielcd-fb'-re
were s-veral di!1Vr-'?it sp'-cies. one of
lii' h apj-ears t be eniiivly unkuown t th
medical pro'-ion. Tbi. new Tahenia is
rS;;ii d st-nietbiiig like an orange seed, but per-
t-ctly J at. or rutt:er lil'e a tucanib.T seed, with,
i tail ah ut a quarter i f an ir.th io length.,
n. tbiT wa a t;ic w..nn b-7 feet in length,
od cr;s':-J d of '."JKoM j. :,!.'.. Aruong medical
i.i i Iber t s:ts no littK .iiiferenee of opinion
relative to the oii.-ili of tUtxi llutox.1. Jd
U s of writer- b-.-lieve that these paraph t, ot
it b a -t -navy ot thein, criginate in the endow-
nt-iit of a( i .1 oi d. cules with vi ality from
b' parent body, favor I by certain states oC
be vital f'-rces of thrit bu-ly ; tlie states origin-.
.tiii4 ti.iir t.rgardx 'i m ai.d romoiing their
.-r-wtii and propagali-n. That ail descriptions
i i,t..7.a arc ni' t with far inure frequently
.there at itn.il f-. i- u-c I in great t'l abon
b !: i a:i itidi-j'ti? -iblj fner, especially wJi ro.
Jic f.iod is the fl-jh of the "unclean bnasts."
.thi fi t!i Jews and Mohammedan are for
' i'vl l 'n to p nlaKe of. Rut our intenti in in not
o mriir a tktsi on thin sul j-t t; we only wif h
j cbronieL tin f w-t th it Dr. J. iV. Vn D.-a
iU'rgh b in found a m.dieine a simi'Ic vcgvta-.
iile, which grows in nbuudance in California,,
which in a d ;al shot to all entoz.i. of whaiever .
ieserijition, gtncrally aecninplioiiing its olijoet
m IV. mii an hour and a half to six hours.
Had we spice here, h:in Itv Is of testimonials
ei.uld be ir- in ed t 'Stiiying to the trmhfth
s-.rtiovs that iiave been mile, but it wvubk
lie useless, and vv o a! d occupy thj reader'
The following nrc some of tho diseases that
Worms are ofteu mist.'ikcn lor:
Dyspepsia. Chronic Affeeti n of the Liver
and Kidneys. Consumption. White dwelling,
l'alsy, spermatorrhoea or Local weakness,
Nervous Debility. Epileptic Fits, Kheuiu itiiUk
Neuralgia: Diarrhoea. Incontinence of Urine,
(!ralel, Flor Albus, Diabetes, Iropsy, etc.
Tr. Y. tnuld alyise th ise ladies troubled
with wy Irregularities of tli-j Uterus to try his.
new remedies and got cured.
Dr. Van Deti ISergh's lufvUible Worm Syrup
for children. Warranted to expel the worms..
li ice $1. Sent everywhere upon receipt of
Dr. .7. W. Van Pen Bergh's Hair T nic a
sure cure to dcstiuy all ariimalculae ot the hair
folHcii-s, prevents falling out, and pr miutcs Iho,
growth ol the hair. Price $1 50. Warrautod,.
lty Consulting aud Uudergoiii"; a
The afflicted can learn if their disease is.
caused by Worms or not $ nt all events, Drx
Van Den Bergh can tell them from what dis-
ca.e they are eufitring.
Symptoms of Worms,
Alternate paleness and flisljng of the coun
tenance, dull expression of the eyes, drowsi
ness, itching of tho nose, a swelled upper lip,
tongue whitely furred and thickly speckeleil'
with red points, foetid breath, an enlarged ab
d mien, a partial or general swelling or puS
ness of the skin, a starting in the sleep and
grinding of the teeth, a sensation as if some
thing was lodged in the throat, a gradual
wasting of the flesh, siekue of the stomach,,
vomiting, a short and dry rough, appetite.
sometimes voracious, at other times feeble,
bowels sometimes costive, at other times loose,
great fretfulncijs and irritability of temper,
pains in the Rtomach aud bowels, colic, fits,
convulsions and palsy.
If tho Worm Syrup is not te be had in your,
town, fend orders to the manufacturers, and it
w.ill be sent to any address. Direct orders to
Dr. J, W. Vaa Deu Bergh, 1 O. Box 172,
Letters describing tho symptoms will Te
promptly answered, and persons living at
distance- will bo saved the cxpeuso and trouble
of calling upon tho Doctor.
Consultations nd Examinations Free
0 FFIQE ROOMS, 30 k 39,
OVER THE POST OFFICE.
Address, Dr. J. ! W. Vaa Ben
T. 0. BOX 172, SAtEM, OREGON.