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It E F IfB L I CH 1
W. a. Hate, of WMMBgtoD bounty -9mJWm
jGMI.tft of Douglas j eountji '
DISTRICT. ATTORNEY. . 7i
;f rf'r.tj-nimphrcy, Linn. : i
ISverainee the formation 'of the lie
publican partr.QV Jnipq Ms. stadilj
advanced i4i. tfipofwajr imprbvifihita
and permanent institutions. Internal
impwvemepta mv$ been accomplished
which astonish the world
connect the Atlantic and. Pacific State.
Ten yeafsago the thipg was pronounced
an impossibility, and the gerjtlenian who
advancedtjie-iijea a Proff sSpr in,a,Uni-
ity, wag pronounce
also.caVy jiippsition. 1 The idea
was'fostrect by the Republican, party,
and at be earliest' momept Ibe gigantic
undertaking was attempted, and with
wbat'fupccss it rgpt every. qnkoowa,
The$raao&tU iipariy C bpposedi the
tcheme with evejjj paeans in their pow
er, apd Jiad not been for the energy
and qnuflje4 courage 6F;th;e)IIepubli
cans paving control, of the. affair, Ore
gopiaps v9s3d k .?wriipelled "to? day to
taa Jreej rajptbs ustead three
Poet T6trthe above -appeals to be a
good reason irr the Jlepublicaa party
abofcldbeOTccessful ? - ' -
JeafeJ3ouyrA hatd ve an
pxample of the way that DemocroU are
t r. 1 r
no ume, wnen iney were in me ascen
dency, wW Itijr record ' made bf their
metjt of Oregon. And at the present
that will pot fill the pockets of a fpw
persona. They do not care to lniprove
USa j'lheit: effic tcekers and office
holder are actpafed oply by?eli!i mo.
fives and jf tlfey Ifether their ow n Pest
it trail tcy caTef their suocesaor piay
improve the Sfate'if they lilc.
Thfepthfiealiff of X)Fegon liave i m -proireq
'every opjpOttpnity to make Ore
gon a Uiriltytate- Tiieywillucceed.
. "jf i, ' ' "- ' ' M? ,.
Bcspitg of all opposition, tpe Uerubli-
cab js will carty Oregon by uKaldorne
majority. It pan not be otherwise, fav.
oripg $ they 6d internal lmproveraVnt,
free schools, and many other projects
fa?orahiQ.:j,hefoturpwelfare qf our
NcslTfl'S Prayer. Kx Sector
Nesraith, in hi recent political speech,
at the. Dalles, ;fiaid : u. If, 'however, I
am mistaken, and the present cor
rupt arfd vaonical reign is to be per
petual, may God have mercy upon what
once was far Great ftepubJic." That
looks very pretty on paper ; but iso't
Nes'mith one of them fel'ows who tried
to break up the . Great Kepnblic, in
1860, and wanted the institutions of a
free Republic damned, because the Jc-
n cracy could no loncff control it, and
doeshe; ppt eyerj day dciiQunce the
Ite'pubMcap'parly fvr abotisliing one of
the'oal rahial Hnsti tn tions that of
aJaffy-rbat eyci:,pxisted in the UnU
Ud States We think so. A nice
on etf'jpr&tk about tyranical rule, when
he ia in favpr of ' enslaving hunifta
beings, aoi ofi. forcing a natiotf at the
point of the-hay on et. Ten years ago
yhtf Via cussing the'Governmcnt because
it aboliifd tyrafnny,and now he U
praying lotdo4--;wh(), by heway, is a
trapger to him to have mercy upon
fcbftt i fti.bncfe o Great'. Republic slm
lytcatiVe U IhinkV itiyranTealf l- Jlc-
dlcploas. ' ' 1 ?
niiiiijboi m ! izz" xzz.
Good. Progrefisiod LfUhe order of
th8 4ay.' Thatwhat Nesmtth thinks,
ilogfrom his speech tho otherday
-Do ph-asse get that speech primed, e
'Democrat; use -it a8 a campaign doei
wept.; It would be jiist the thing, and
ccrtay,pilw,naiy totcg for tbe
Ilepubl icans.- " 1 j v
ftepphjjcan Couotv Convention W
Saturday ,,v m . ,
A Democrat oti Burnett
jfnierl ditnrof V&&
leafipa brgarfof theegDemocracV;
but JvlA is now engaged Int nublishins
papef"on. thelSouodi gives utnett the
fcUowing, ru6,: ' t P -V ;
As ncitwetrrfo his Hvtn Hinrited
sphere in life, Mr. Burnett is unexcep
tionable. -As a Itepresentative in Con
gress of a State of the poniing import
ance and largeinterests of Oregon, he
ould be simply a nonentity, a shame'
anddisgrace to the intelligence of the
people of th a t S tat q A hy i olel lige n t
man ifl the State, who had , important
business to transact . in Washington,
would never dream of selecting him as
an attorney to ttend tojsuch business,
or either of the three others who en
tered the Convention a competitors for
the; nomination.' ' -4 :' 5 ' 4
M It has come to this, that men are so
Jected by party Conventions ; for the
highest offices in the land, who have
pot the capacity to achieve distinction
or credit in the ordinary avocations of
lifo. Mr. Burnett has grown up to
manhood in a rural district of Oregon,
where he haa, enjoyed few advanLiges
of education and bnt very limitcd'in-
tercourse with men from whom ho would
be likely to learn much which would
fit him for the important trust of mem
ber of Congress. Of the conventionali
ties 6rrcfied society he 'i:s' iftlinOft to
tally ignorant, and in tho social inter
course which the office to which he as
pires woald necessarily force upon him,
he would La entirely out of -Ins ueptu,
and consequently without influence."
Of Judge Wilson, Mr. Drown say :
f Mr., Wilson, is not a grot man,
but would make by far the most respec
table Kepreseutativc ; and when it
,poiucs to the alternative between State
interests and party feeling tho. jfqrujer
should domuate." .
Sees It as It Is.
The Puget Souud Courier has a wcl!
written article concerning the respec
tive positions-taken by both- parties in
Oregon In concluiioo. it says;.
Unwittingly Mr, JUirrjett. an his
Demecratic co-adjutors aro doing their
best to rednce us to the condition of
vassals of England and of her slave
like labor. . Under . the , pretence of
.l?T:y l1CT t Prc ont:c
helping labor' he is striking It the ino.s
the aid of capita I and the erjerirv and
en'crpri.se that follow capital wtien cm
jloedj as it cai)pt bp. when disveretl
from labor, as he would m ke it. Suiei
dal policy! Such a tnnn ttic friend of
: labor ! lie-it nist di'iidlv iwmv.
'Hu h a p arty tho ? c!.imfi-ri I of tio
forkingroan4 It u hu awa.io. Mad
nes. and idiocy or the most deplorable
ignorance; must possess tho mindf ; Of
the Orcyonians, if tboy. can approve
and ei.dorpo $ueh doctrines by their
,.YPte4 tp tbe cpaiing eleejion
Si'EAKi.NU. Hon. J. Kelsay and
C G .Cu, Ksf(enggcdin?a p jiit;cl
discussiop Tuesd.iy evening. Owing to
press of business, .we were unable to at
tend, but wc icarn a larae audience
listend to the debate, and awarded the
hooorsofthc evening to Juilge K. It
is no uo for the OcmOcratic pnty to
entertain a hope of success, so far a
carrying the state-is concerned. They
get very badly whipped by the Republi
cans in all their efforts at stumping,
harmony exists not in their ranks, and
their leaders have not tho ability to
heal the differcncci that divide the
par'y. Curl u a yn mg m-'in and a
pleasant speaker, but he will have to
keep better posted, in order to avoid
making himself appear so ridiculous by
his wild assertion.
Hurrah for the Missouri Boy."
:-It seem that the -Democrats ore very
proud of their champion, Burnett,
from tho fact that he is a Missourian.
We haven't learned from whit chanty
in Missouri hois frofn,'but we arc pos
itive he is not a Piker, becauso smart
men never leave that county. We
arc sure that he is the lost " Sage of
Grundy." Grundy never contained
but one brilliant statesman, nud he dis
appeared very mysteriously several
years Ago,' since which time nothing has
been heard of him, and now wc are
sure that Jlon John is the man. Tell
itq the, world, then, that the, "Sage of
Grundy' is in Oregon,' It 'may afford his
friends relief to li now htsAvhereabputs.
Ben Ilayden, formerly Koran of the
Democratic party, made a speech tho
other night, consisting chiefly of vin
dication of the charges against' the last
? legislature. pIJ e U lufdly, a; Tossupi,
yet ; may be G rover cap tell, why ?
G rover, will aubu visit his constitu-
epta in I'olk,,, Ile wjll be accompanied,
probably by his pet poodle, Gilfry tj
name, who will bark while his master
pfpes to the tunc of " Gilfry and I."
l i "i'Si BACtiLkvril 2i.
the Concert uaven bv ths 5' 3uifiiV
UnioP H proved aaiteaS8ucceswTin,dfer'
thi mble Uaderhip ofrof D. W.
Prentice, as! you will 039 py the enclpsd
)rogtanmeA-'l heehoruses wercL.well
rendered. We have particularly to
mention the comic song ".The Comet
of the West." The solo by Miss Froraer
with itSvvorus was , tutored tnfi ,de
serves great praise in tha. 89I4V lisj
Fromar has a beautiful voice full of
melody. ? " Kathleen Mavournecu" was
encored which U really deserved, as Jt
was rendered with expression. Mis
Lizzio Jordan's ' song also encored,
richly deserveed.: . . f Lillie Bale" iu
Jargon was so natural in iU chnraca
turo of the noble red inhabitants of
this State, that it. called forth un
bounded applause. The scenes in con
nection so well arranged in' tho glow of
the red lights was really splendid. Miss
Lottie Sloper being the songstress with
Miss Dunbar, Messrs. Hatch end rm
strong as tho group in the chorus, with
the Indian cticampuicut in the back
ground in her costume she was per
feet. The room was well filled and all
were pleased. The orchtra perform
ance was good, they not hiving all their
instruments. Mise Jorduu and
Moorea presided at tho iustrutneoU,
organ and piano. The proceeds wus to
purchase music, etc.; for the Society.
Reform In Jury 8jteia,
ij Ohio has led of in the matter of re
forming the principle of electing jurors
in important or notorious criminal cases.
In New York we still witness the ab
surdity of rejecting from the panel all
men cf ordinary intelligence and good
'judgement, v imply because they kept
themselves informed of the passing oc
currences of the day. While the Leg
iilaturoof the Umpire State still de
bates the propriety of making a practi
cable and sensible rule on the Mibject
Ohio has the suti-fjetion of leading in
adjusting a ruled adapted' to the pe
culiarities of modern times. If the
custom of allowing culprlfn arraigned
for crime to sift jurors until they hi 1
got only the most' stupid and ignorant
men on them that could be found in the
Sheriffs bailiwick were to be continued
much lunger, the jury sy-fem, Ion. re
garded a" the bulwark of p pul;tr lib
erty, would be set aside f r sme otln-r
method of ac'rtainiti guilt an 1 a
ministering justice. Any nun shoil 1
be considered qua!ificl a jjryr who
can swear that the first inipies-on hi?
h;is receive 1 and th'i-opinion l.;l;
firmed, will not prevent hiru f-otr f nu
ing an opi .ion fnr)y Jro-u tha evi l.'n
sijlowel by the Court Any poru who'
has closely watcht-d the course of. the
murder and corruption trials of New
York, nm bo convinced tint either
the jury system will have to be aban
doned, cr a moro eulightcucd rule
adotcd." Kx. . , .: .
A Vauikty of Cuors, Mixed
husbmdry has two great advantages, it
ges the benefit of alii the land has to
bestow the vari us material of the soil.
Hence a greater length of time can be
covered without replenishing the land
though it better to feed liberally nud
constantly. In the variety of produce
there are always porno product that
will sell well even in the worst of times,
while there i kss lost in the ptxr
prices -where but a Miiall quantity is
sold. In tills way tber? i4 no los, but
always a gain; not a fortune realized,
but fair, moderate pn fifs secured
This i? sate farming, jut ns in spec
ulation the man who in content with
moderate profits the safe speculator,
prosecuting his trade when others fail.
The beauty $ to make the whole
soil work, nothing lying dormant, use
les, for whatever fertility the larm has
unused, it must always be remembered,
is so much loss in interest and in the
ueof profit. Hut. as we have said, the
firmer, is sife, and in these critical
times this is of tho fust importance.
Have many things to sell, rather than
one of a kind largely, which though
many chance are ngainst it -will m-11
at a low figure, which many of our think
ing farmers know i not the figure that
pays, for, remember, every penny, not
every dollar we will say, but every pen
ny gained in selling ; is so much clear
gain; A'x:. ''-'
Just So. -The Albany Democrat
accuses u of being a carpet-baggers,
bccaiLse we said that "It woul.l be news
to many to know that Joaquin Miller
edited a paper within tthis State during
the war " Drown; there is no nceJ of
geting rijed over a truthful statement.
Since Joarjuin .Miller sank into oblivion
as a newspaper niao of soccsH proclivi
ties,; many have moved into the
State, and It U a' good Jdoa tQ keep
thpsc facts before the people. We nro
correct in , our statement regarding
its being news, etc. ,
The Bigi Medicine, of skunkwcpd
notoriety, is about to return to his wig
warn in'Eask' Portland.
We furnish the fiepullicaa , apd
I)criore$C Monhhj for ji a ycarf
om Stat pxchftnge'.l .
Ochoc i curbing out. '
t-B Merrvi is oomipg back Co Ore?
Twolfiiea'bfolw jai last week at Jort-
Alexander the mwafng' maa has not
. ,lrf .Loryea, will return tor Oregon
injmedjajcly (j )) ,
There will bo a grand May Day pic
pio at Albany. - .
Salem Musical Unlop wil repeat their
Attorney General Williams will arrive
in about 10 days. ' v ' ;
Holladay hasn't located the termW
pus in Yamhill yet.
A. J. Moses has been arrested 10
Portland for forgery.
D. Renfrew, is intending to erect a
Cbemeketa at Kugene. . ,
The funeral of young Martin at Sa
lem, was largely attended.
Marion county has a cow that hrd
four duplicates at one time.
RufuM Mallory, is speaking against
Burnett in Southern Oregon.
Leny Lnland, the hermit of Oregon
Ciy is lecturiog.- Who next?
The Yamhiliians, are in a deal of
trouble concerning litigant printing.
Burglars are hiving a fine time in
Poriiaud one of them came near be
ing shot, TeeenOy.
The coast mountains west of La fay
ette have lately betu vi.-ited by a heavy
fill of snow.
Carroll, the submarine diver, met hi
death by suffocation last week, working
The largest docket ever known in
Yamhill county Circuit Court was dis
posed of at the last term.
Mr. Crockett of S-ilcm found a nike
in hi water the other day. lie don't
drink water in his any more.
K. W. HeynoKl anmnifice- hiniclf
a an ind pendent candidate for the
office jf vSeriff of Haker euiuty.
Rev. !ake dnu't " stum; " worth n
tout, lie failed to speak at Ivig.-ne. s
wa oxpvctej. lie knows how iliaf i
Tho raMi-fail in D nmli couury ib;r
iug tho month of March was L'f jncl--
a h,ss ij'Mntity (Si tu u.-ualty ad. in
that trouth. .
Uu'u .liore, a !on t t n ireaur-r 1
tof Marion county, a badly burned at i
the. 1'ion' cr Oil .MlIN, S ait'in a tVw d:iv
jtg-, ? t ti 11 i ar t I) j
:ivtiu.n l.oLe. No. I O O F .
ha- elected the following delegates
the Grand Lodge to he held in Salem
during the ensuing umnih : .Lmu s Gar
den, M. Fitrgciahl suid D. Wolford.
The citizens of Nthaltm Valiey ex
pect to have, a rood completed from tl.i
(Columbia river to their scttlenifrit 1
midaunimcr. The best vacant land in
Oregon, available fur Mtilcmcnt, is iu
The work of grading on the line of
the railroad 00 Mr. Savkott's conttact,
Between Oaklaud and Wilbur, i pro
gresirtg finely. Alout fifty hands ore
employed, and doubtless there will sou
be room for more. t
A S in Francisco paper publishes the
following telegram : .1. Hgerton Hogg,
on behalf of a company of capitalists,
has purchased the Hoscloirg and Coos
Hay Road . Company, with their laud
grant iu Oregon, amounting to 125.000
A daughter of Joseph Lcdgrrwood,
of Myrtle creek, Douglas county, nrod
about 10 years, died last Wed new! ay
from the effects of bums cceived the
day before.1 The child' clothes caught
on fire from a spark from the fire-place,
and in her fright she ran out of the
house, followed by her parents, and
when overtaken her body was complete
ly enveloped iu flames.
Tho Roscburg risiiideahr says : u A
telegram from headquarters reachhd us
last week to the effect, that the
Koseburg route had been accepted by
the railroad company, and that tho road
would be constructed through our thriv
ing little town. This was indeed grate
ful intelligence to the citizens of Rosc
burg, the effect of which will soon be
observable in the increase of business
and material prosperity.
The Statesman says: Mr. Bewley,
from Tillamook, was in the city yeste
days reports everything prosperous in
that section of the country. lie came
in horseback and the snow was so deep
in some places ' that his boots dragged
in it while riding. Hut as a general
thing matters are going along well.
We learri of a sad occurrence across the
river. t It seems that a voung girl who
lives with her parents on that side, just
opposite Salem, and w ho was said to be
of rather itpbecile inind, died in child
bed, a few days ago tbe result of the
crime and treachery of one who had won
her affections, and accomplished her
ruin under a promise of marriage Tho
uiiscrean tiled on learning of thp":disas
tcrous denouenient, and tho relatives of
deceased have consulted the denutv DU-
i tiict Attorney as to tho possibility of
overuiKin nirp wiu tlie vengeance of
& CAIIVnitNIA RAIW
rad Comcan. Land1 DtpartwdbiU JftoU
nJi Oreffoui Aoril 5v J872fIrtice in beraby
girea, that a rigotou proietftftjon will.be imti
tiltedagaintf my an wf petsor ,rbqs trei
paw pon mj Railio&d Lnd, y catting and
teuton Wig turner tbomfrom t)for tbe am i
iJOUGFHT oth cmvny Ai&At1 B"OR.
' AH Taditfrt Lanf in 0Ti nutnBered wHoii8
whether surveyed or wnmwrveyed, within a dis
tance of thirty miles from tbe Hue J tbe road,
belong to the' Cotooany
j L R. MOORES,
t t Land Agent
kllUi : T
Attorney U CouriseRor-At-Law,
"Dallas, Oregoa,"7 "-' -;
Will practice in all the CoarU f State. 1
MEAL EST A 7&
it. II. T Y S O X,
REAl ESTATE & OENR'L AGEHT,
Dallas Oregon. . , .
Special attention giroo to Sle or Purchase of
Real Estate, Collection of Claims, Ac.
Agent Union Matual Life Insurance Co.
l or Sale.
rpEN ACRT53 OF LAND, with ood House
X ttd Darn, all fenced and under good Im
provement, situated in the Tewn of Dalla,
Polk County, an extraordinary opportanny.
mWO " HUNDRED AND FORTY SIX
j Acres of Laud one Mile North, of Kola,
I'olk County, gd lluuc, good Duuble lirn.
ati-t other llctldin-zx. All under fence, wtlU flue
Orchard, and it hih talv of ruliiration.
A IIOr.SB AND LOT
r a4ein. eer inc iw vcnir-u rc
House. The IIue contains Ii;ht Room.
mU rirt.terct, with Hard Finish, Barn, Wood
lion, and all (oureuiencts to tuak it
FARM OF 160 ACI1KS. 2 ACRES IN
cn'-iivatton, 10 acrrx uf 111 wbvut, 5 acre
ut nrjdw, jru'il orchard, it ml w-l fufj.liri.l
.i:b w ier. iiitut" t t!ir-c nile .-n lwit f
.Mtnj.iii hrfdc on t'i LueliifOHUtc. For ual-s
tt a 'itr ii t if I uu.
nV. VII.I. SITE IN SOfTJl SALEM.
ti U;'l;inirM .""loOll. A l!",k ' 1X
Fcl:ce, oil IIjUsc,
i;oor T( K FARM. CUXTAINI.Ni-
... . i it . .... 1 1
Mi is!. At-. i ti.tit.l mi l'i per .it i Crc-ik, T
jji i - r. in 1 iM.i-.
KAUM 'N r.ININ.5
j,,-:- i--ir f- nc. '.i
i aoti-ii-. i..ru. n-i uue .'icu-ir-i,
itiiAtcl 1 J luiies t .-t ! J.
rpHKEP !!!'.V1)!!!:i)A-i TTY ACItE-
g .if I .ml, '.M -t f ti tt't Irl.i'r. 2j aT-
t.' : . . !!, t-.. ( i i'ir-1. w ti't lulu' . i't
! i-r, I ijf, :t I. !iiri tlif ii ,r r
-r r 'itI ."5 uiii' utli-wot f SiiiipsoiiV
ISti !jr-, I.ii' VUinu'r,
CnH tU,SINKSS LOCATION AT
Inrns V it I'lk TOttulv. Vrrhmf
i:h rni,3 ity of . o.Un l.j'.th ) tra jt? ;lrca !y
f,t i1'U-?'-l with tin- in tf . lor, r'u nci tli'li
with h f ifi,itrti Tin;Mf Mti n .mf.n'y.
ij.i.nl dwclhnff b't-, tmlvrro'il't'i: iH'.-idy lr
ocuiation. : A .ilcudi. tj.io for buiujc..
K -r .i!c cheap.
tt I. I .1 II . . 1
.uj; n'Utt'V Hi l-.wn. i wi ii'iii-irvi n ni
fi.rtv f-.nr sen. ' hinf'd tc. jr,,,M' p'"W
I !. tr ai-n s of Full whe.il, about jixty acres
ready fdwed, a" 1 rvfryMiiw i' fmc condition
f.r f.irir.in. Call m II- McCartcr, on tbe
jir:ui .-!, or thjund r.inc-l.
VOOOIV DAIRY RANCH ON NETAT;T
l5ny. r:i'.b'c of in.t cninir one ht':dred
tViwu. with all th 1lo,Mry appurtenant .a for
Dairying. ,A rpludid chanre is b;jt fl'urnl
for ao.v one wirbiiu' t- i'UjmK1" 111 "'V buainr.-..
as everything i r.-aty' to band ftr carryinj.
FARM. ONE NT ONE TfM.E MILTN
fCorthcuot o!" l);iltn. Iloi , IsitD nnd
orchard t Two liuio'.rt-d nnd l rtr n rfn. all
under lence ; Forty aens uimUt tlu plow. A
good oppnrtuni'j for any one wiihin a linn
npWO AND A QUXRTHR ACRES OF
JL lnd in the town o( Ilu;hel. llonse. haru,
workshop, and good orehnrK A go-d cbatice
for any wagoumaker, why wishes to locate
where work of that kind i plenty.
VOOOD COMFORTATJLE HOUSE ANti
Ilsrn, with plenty of flre-wood convenient,
situate about two miles ouih-wet of Dallas.
For Particulars enquar of R. 11. Tyson,
Rkitdmcan Offick. ;
THE UNDESIONED RESPECTFUL?. Y
calls the attention lf Mechanics aiwl Rtuld
ers to tho fact that thivy have refitted their Mill
on the Little Looklamute, and are now rep5red
tofurninh lumber at the lowest CASH I'RICKS
and inusntity and qualify to ruil. Having
better facilitiethan any other Mill in the coun
ty for the luaufacture of a
of LUMBER, it is our inttntroo s,t an early
day to add to tho Mill an A No. 1
" MATCIIEU AND PXANCH,"
After wbih time we will be prepared to fur
nish lumber dressed and BJAtehed.
An excellent MOUNTAIN ROAD leads di
rect t the MiJL A ljber,al shore of patronage
oHcJbjd, . ... HRADRR Jt C,Ok
inhabitants of tho Human Body
. w m
The cause at a -great as any disease that
hve been pronounced inousablahy thf taotl.
eminent phjejejans, for tbtr rcrj rtn4a(tkf
they overlooked the cause, aad as Df. Vaa'
Den Rergh has made the Entoia a life long
study, be woald inforu tbe skk generally thai
by close observation and great experiments be
has co roe to tbe conclusion thjit.tbere are rflor--r '
acute 'and chronic dUeaJes caused, byWrmsi
Hydatids, Animalcuiae or other species of En
toza. The public generalryV or; tbe profession "
at large, are not aware of the autnber pf.p
tients whe are treated by emfaent physieiana
for this, that, or such a complaint,, nilhout an
relief. If the -disease' 'had teea endferateod, m.
few doej of Dr. V's .Srer' Worm Rtuttdy
would frav -'iininedJttely tured tbe'complaipt o
and have jved a great many lives, . ,- .(: ,;
Inhabitants of the Human .Body
' - - - -,
What thtak you, re.er, of yoow hod beinjc ' -
j.Untt, it..S1leil I t iiriug SlCe, ' in . i,t
habit the turlh ? Whatever may be, your
thoughis on , t!ie subject, it U even ao. , Your
body n ay be but a home fvr parasites thai" -crawl
over tke surface, brroH beneath th
fckin. nestle in its entrails, and riot and propai
gate their kind in every cower of its f.aine.
Tbe follow icg is froi th,e S.in Frncie
liullttiu, vl Jauuary 2Cthf 1872 ft reeenV
Carl Martins recently died in Cleveland, "
Ohio, from eating meat nBeeted with the Or'
uf T'tunra Solium. At tbe Coroner's lnqnest,oo v
Tuesday, Janonry 2d, it was shows that thre
weeka before Christmas, Martins purchased ,
carcass of pork. Some of th meat was eateu ;
the a me day, and some was made into sausage.
About ten days later some of the sausage was
eaten, and in a tbort time the whole family
were taken firk. Martins died on Sunday Dec.
3let, Wi. Mrs. Martins and her two ehil !rri ' '
are now very ick, and the f..rmr is not like! y,
to recover. The verdict was in rito.av,
with tbe facts. ;Por further paJticulars, s
Cleveland, Ohio, pufers ot the abv date. Ai
Coroucr's Inquest brought this fact to light. ,
Now I would ask bow raimy pre sueto
deaths an inquest would bring to ligh "
Pondrr well, reuderv upon this, and thiuk oC'
the thousAiid that 5io every year and no cau ta
can be annignel for their dcatli. Now tbe
iies'ion th.it wuuli naturally inter the roiud,
.. the reader i., what hall I d ? The ad.
vice f tbe Docto) wiMild be t go t' some irne
liHt if rumjH-teiit of treating iUt-b rompaint.
And who in iber? m.'re cmelc:ir than thaone
ilmt has maue Vr:n. a ypcrkiity.
Tksiah Ycitrday, Dr. Van Dr BergU
extuli(ed t i at a mu.lx? "f urifs whicls
hnd f cn r :Xfv tr- nrr:ti afchi tcd,
PbTO wero ?;ver.l iiii' r.;ul s;-id, uiw T
Inch appcnrl to Us eir. ircly unkuown ti tho
iieiiicul pr if y- . 'u:k new T,Ueia ii
ti:iled loiiJl'hitig like a:i .4.in9 Jied. kul per-t
'eetlj 11 t, r raf.uer iike :i i-uiiiiuA r su til, witl
tjil al'C.' a iju.irt.r i. t vivli in Untli,
Vu' thcr 1 t a l.!Vj w .rta, ST fe-t in length.
tti;l eti!:itel f.f WiV O j oM . Aia-m lurdiritk
n.cn th vx?.-ls m litih li!Vv- n.-v of opinion,
relative to thw riiM of the. Entou. Ue
las '. writer rfjevv th.-U tVrw? vra?tes. or
t leii -1 many "f rtir.ti, t-jpoair- in ih rwliw
ocnt -f n I-ui 1 1 ur.trcttjU' w.vb vi u'.ty from.
ti' f.."trclt Si-hIv. t nvi Iwv -ert.-m tales of
jht .'"Vital f -r e tf t.iutVi;K: t ir ale origin
ti z their orani7.ni-.n mid pr.saiiiig ttiair
cnwth and pnfHjsti'm. Thai all dr.eriptinsv
f fnto,i are met with fjr taose- fretieMly
wl.iro aiiita.il rW-wf u-sl i gtealesl abun.
lai re in art iudiporb! f.if, .-rilly whtr
ihc vl i r?ir tNfh f lW " tiirla I !"!, ,
whi h the Jew. ami M'h:tuuuhi4 are fvr-
oi.jcj n to p;irt;vke .-&. I'.tJ (Mir iotcnti-m not.
wiitv a tvhiii ni tLi! Mitjvrl; we only wi.Lt
to ihriik-W- thsj f.wt. tlvit Jr. J. tWYan letv
llei,!i In f Tfioi u Miiii-iiM! jJMple vegeta
ble, whie!i prW! in aKwndanev iu California,,
I i .h is a ! .-fMt m all fiitnu, of whatever
d fciiption, generally nrnujlilMig its lijec
j from an huur and a half U ia hours. .
Had we spncti here. !vu)-eb of testimonial,
could be pn -Jural tesf ifyiuif t the truth of th
afwrli'i that h;t Keen lixle, but it wouM
t uKelesa, atal vvhUU ucvay llw reit'a
The f illiwingi are, .ivn oXtltc liea.es that
rrrns asc often miVt tken tr r
Dyspepsia. Clmoiii Affections of the Liver
and Kitl iey.-r, Cor.trtri,.tion, White Swelling
1'ats.y, Spttrs4.-vtrvhot-ai or Loral wewkneM
Nei viih Dchiiitot. ErMlepti its, KUeuiujtismk
NcHir;i?gi:; biiirr.hova. Ineoiirinence of Uriu
irarl. Kfur Alba., DiiU'tes, Iroj-y. e-te. 1 -
Dr. Y. would ulyiso the ldi.'j troubled
with y Tsnef (Uwuk-aof !ho Uterus to try hia,
new retwedie aovl gtt cured.
Dr. Van Dtn Kerch's lufallilde Worm Syrups
for children. .Warranted to expel the worms.
Price $1. Stul evesywhexe uxiq receipt of'
price. - ' " :
Dr. J. IT. Van Dei Rvrgha Hair Tonic as
sure cure to deairwy all auiuuilcwlae of the bain
follicles, prevents falling otit. and promotes the,
growth of tbe hairs Frweo $1 Warranted.
lly CnnsultLu and Undergoing a
The afflicted can learn if their disease i
caused by Worms or not ; ak fjl events, DrN
Yan Den Re.rgh can toll thcrafrom what dis
ease they arc suBering.
Symptonxs of Wqrms,
AUemso paleness and &ushior ot the coia-
.Isoace, dull expnission of the eyes, drowsU
ness, itching of tlnw nosefc a swelled upper Up,
tongue whitely furred and thickly rpeckeletl
with red points, footid breath, an eulanred aU
j . i . .. . ...
u iweu, aparuai or. geuerai swelling or puni.
ness of the skvn, a,stayting in the sleep and
grinding of tlie teeth, a sensation as if mme
thing wa lodged m the throat, a gradual
wasting of llift. flesh, sickne'a of the stotuaclv
vomiting, a shwrt and dry cough, j.rictite
sometimes voracioes, at other times tt-eblay
bowels somctitues costive, at other time looses'
great fretful nvse and ixciUbUity of tcmpv,.
I.ins in the tnnacl)i and bowels, colic, fits,,
convulsions and palsy. ' ' "
If the. Worm, Syrup i not t be had in your
town, ren.d orders to the manufacturers, and it
will be sei to any address. Wreet ordeN o
Dr. J, W. Vwn Dn Rergh V. O. Roa 112,
daleut, Oregon. ,
LeJUers describing Ue .symptoms will lip
promptly answered, and persons living at a,
distance will be saved tbe exxmse and trouble
of calling pon the Doeeor. '-" T
Conau.ltatl.uus aud Rxamlnatloaa Frte
0 FFICIJ ROOMS, 38 & 39,
OVER THE POST OFFICE k
Address, Ir. J. W. Van Den
Berghi ; -
P. 0. BOX 172, SALEM, OREGON.