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5Tl)C iUcckln Enterprise,
JUNK 28. 1872
11 O A 1 I E.
BY THE LATE B. F. WASHINGTON.
Now twilight sits upon the hill
nd lengthened shadows tbe valley fill;
The wild bird's song is hushed, and still
Is dreaming nature, Rosalie;
While here within this spot, o'ergrown
"With leaves and flowers. I sit alone,
To muse on thee and hours flown,
Love-winged and joyous, Rosalie.
To muse upon those happy times.
"When first I won thee with my rhyrces ;
When s-weet as music's vesper chimes,
Our hearts accorded, Rosalie;
"When life flow'd ever like the stream
Of some brain pictured lovely dream.
Where airy shapes and fancies gleam
Upon its bright waves, Rosalie.
Afar in memory's misty light
&s stars steal through the gloom of night
The twinklings of a vision bright
Come gently o'er me. Rosalie;
A vine-clad cot beneath tbe hill
The gladsome wanderings of a rill
A- form which love's bright beamings fill
Are all before me, Rosalie.
Once more we walk this wildwood shade,
Where oft in " love's young dream"-' we
Again upon the flowery glade
We pick bright blossoms, Rosalie;
Once more I hear the wild bird's song
That charmed ns all tbe summer long,
And with it comes a glorious throng
Of bright-winged visions, Rosalie.
And as the stars come out to night.
All trembling on their lonely bight,
Jlethinks amid their dewy light
Thine eyes smile on me Rosalie;
Those soft, those gently speaking eyes,
Where hopes and pleasant memories,
Like silver waves, alternate rise
t'pon a bright sea, Rosalie.
Tiiy face to me was as a tide.
Where barks, love-laden, ever glide.
With Hope, their pilot and their guide,
And I their haven, Rosalie;
Jhit ah ! a cloud on swift wings passed,
And all the sky was overcast.
And then were wrecked, alas! too fast.
.My freighted treasures. Rosalie.
I cannot twine my fingers now
In thy soft hair, nor kiss thy brow,
Nor hear thy gentle accents flow
In murmured music. Rosalie;
1 cannot teel thy breath so warm
Upon my cheek, nor press thy form,
Which like a fiow'ret in a storm,
Slept on my bosom, Rosalie.
And though each wild bird sings of thee.
And in each summer flower 1 see
Thy own eyes, bright exceedingly.
Look up and greet me, Rosalie ;
1 start and sigh to think that thou
Art but to rue a memory now
A star that gemmed life's morning brow.
Then lied and left me, Rosalie.
A tall oak stricken in its pride
The fierce red bolt has rent its side
Scattered its seared leaves far and wide
Upon the cold hearth, Rosalie;
fvw too. my heart, is sorely riven
l!y a stern fate, 'gainst which I've striven.
Till my poor thoughts like leaves are
Upon the rude world, Rosalie.
And I have sought to find, in vain,
This vision of my youth again ;
And I have dreamed until my brain
Was wild with dreaming. Rosalie ;
But. oh ! to sit and muse alone.
Within this spot with flowers o'ergrown,
Is all that's left me now, my own,
My lost, my lovely Rosalie.
A "busy watevin-plaoc all the
year round A milkman's-.
Can anything' that is baleful be a
"Messing? Yes; a bale full of cot
ton. Of all the "birds that please us
with their lays the most popular is
A Detroit picture-dealer says the
hardest work he has to do is to
Over three thousand five hun
dred new books appeared in Eng
land last year.
A Xcw Yorker has made a clock
fo large that it takes a steam en
gine to wind it up.
A boy who undertook to ride a
horseradish is now practicing on a
saddle of mutton.
The minister who hoasted that
he could preach without notes
didn't mean bank-notes.
A medical impostor in Xew
York has been doing a thriving
business among the poor people
by pretending that he was the
A worthy husband who arrived
home late one night last week, nave
an excuse that it was a late spring,
and that he wanted to look alter
the rye crop.
Admission to the Boston jubilee
concerts will be 6-3 for a single
ticket or fifty dollars for the sea
son. 8 The people of Boston never
had much of a reputation for
holding their breath."
The Americans have once more
been beaten by the English in a
rowing match on the Thames.
The superior training of the Eng
lish has enabled them to defeat
their Yankee opponents.
A quiet man rang his neighbor's
doorbell one night. "Is the gen
tleman in ?' he asked of the ser-
"I don't know. Did you
to see him particular! v
"Oh, no! I merely wanted to tell
him his house is on fire'"
Two log huts, eighteen feet high
and twenty feet square, were dis
covered in digging for the founda
tion of a new building in the rear
of S2 Sullivan street, Xew York.
One was evidently a residence of
primitive times, and the other a
A Parisian quack lias been adver
tising an infallible remedy for cur
ing diseases of the skin. It ap
pnared, on his examination in
court, that there were "objections"
to his mode of practice. If his pa
tients were troubled with a cutane
ous .eruption, he applied a plaster
which took away the .kin ; no skin,
no disease ot the skin vcrv logical
From the Philadelphia Age.
The following correspondence
shows the present condition of a
long dispute between two neigh
Dear Hull: Some time ago
your wagon ran into my buggy, at
the turnpike gate, and broke one
shaft and knocked four spokes out
of the left wheel. What are you
going to do about it. Truly yours,
Deak Smith ; I don't see that
I ought to pay the damages done
by the wagon. In fact, I had lent
it to a relation of yours. But, as
you say I am unreasonable, I agree
to leave it to Hans Breitman, who
keeps the toll-gate, to say whether
I ought to pay the 'damages.
I agree to leave it
Jo ii x ath an Smith.
Deak Smith: I went to Breit-
this morning, and he showed
me the bill sent in by Mr. Shad,
your attorney. He says that by
the injury to your buggy you were
stopped from going to town, where
you might have made 6-500,000 by
a speculation in mess pork. He
has put in a bill for $500,007 50.
I would not object to the &7 50 for
repairs to the buggy, but the rest
of the claim is ridiculous. Yours,
. Deak Sir: Tt don't make any
difference about the amount of my
bill. We have left it to Breitman
to say what's right. Yours,
Dear Sin: I will not leave any
such claim to Breitman. 116 can
not understand it; indeed, he hard
ly understands English, and might
give a smashing award against me
on your ridiculous claim. Yours,
Deak Bull: Don't let us quar
rel about it. My attorney's claim
does seem to be ridiculous. All
my friends tell me so. Let us both
say to Breitman that it is ridicu
lous, and then leave the matter to
Deaii Sin: Since you admit it
is ridiculous, you had better with
draw it. I will pay anything that
Breitman says for repairing the
buggy, but will not put it in any
fellows power to bankrupt me.
Yours, John Bull.
Siu: If I were to withdraw my
claim people would laugh at me.
I stick to it if it is ridiculous.
I) n the buggy; I will lose the
money on it. Not at all yours,
The Manchester Board of Health,
reporting the progress of sanitary
improvement in that city, mentions
a remarkable circumstance in eon
nection with the duties of white
washers, who, in various towns in
England, visit houses after the
health employes called disinfect
ors have left them. They strip
the paper, often consisting of sev
eral layers, from the walls, and
subsequently wash them with a so
lution of caustic soda; but these
men frequently suffer from injec
tions diseases contracted in the per
formance of their duties, although
the house had been disinJ'ected be
fore their visits by the use of clilor
ine, carbolic acid, etc. It appears
that the absorbent power of the
paper covering the wall is such
that it enables it to retain the
germs of infection, if such there
be, or it shields it from the action
of disinfectants so that on the pa
per being removed or torn up these
become liberated and infect the
Until the plan was adopted of
stripping off the paper and dress
ing the. walls and painted surfaces
with caustic soda, the recurrence of
the disease was not uti frequent.
This, the medical oliicer adds,
shows the necessity, even in the
better class of houses, after the oc
currence of infectious diseases, of
not being satisfied with mere clean
ing, whitewashing, and repainting,
but for the removal of all paper
from the walls, and the washing of
these with some powerful corro
sive that may destroy all injurious
organic matter. The officer points
out in his report that during the j
ten years between the last census
taken in England and that of 1801,
not less than 15,417 persons died
within the city of Manchester from
five infectious diseases, of whom
four-lifths were children under ten
years of age.
Ix a certain town out West there
had been a very exciting election
for the office of Sheriff ' The suc
cessful candidate of course was
very much elated, and at night was
for a long time talking it over with
his wife as she sat by the fire pre
paring to retire. Meanwhile the
youngsters in the trundle bed were
"all cars," and at length one tow
head popped up under inspiration
of the query, "Ma are we all Sher
iffs, or only you and pa ?" "Lie
down you little scamp 1" cried the
mother, "only your pa and me."
. .o- i
Quick Work. Pockville,Conn.,
says an exchange, boasts of a man
who got married, became a happy
father, buried both wife and child,
married again, and buried the I
second wife all inside of eleven j
months. He remarked, with great f
emotion, when handing in for j
1 publication the notice of his wife's j
disease: "There's no rose without
j its thorn V The thorn in this j
' case was having to pay for the ad-!
Why She Endures It.
Xcw York correspondent
writes asked a pretty young
lady why she dragged and drab
bled her costly dresses m the ave
nues, and she said; "I should think
your woman's wit would tell you,
even if your knowledge of the
world did not. You know that my
father nearly kills himself that we
may appear "to be prosperous. You
know, too, that my mother scarcely
slumbers or sleeps for fear our set
will know of our struggles and
economies; and when she does drop
off into dreamland, she wanders in
her mind to find ways, means and
fashions wherewith to make her
pride and hope a marketable arti
cle. It is probably unnecessary to
say that this pride and hope is my
self. I would not tell you of this
skeleton in our closet if I were not
sure you knew all about it. We
guard it as old crusaders did their
honor. Xow there is Gussy Swell
up, and his father is a millionare,
and very gouty, and very old.
Gussy is not too wise or too witty.
If I spoke the vilest of grammar,
he would not know it. but he is the
keenest detective of poverty, and
he abominates poor folks. He
thinks I am rich. He judges so
mainly from the way I slash mv
dresses in the mud, and the way 1
order lunch at Delmonico's when he
is to pay for it. He thinks I am
used to it at home. lie don't know
that hominy and syrup is the price
of my bedraggled skirts, spoiled
hoots, and clear complexion.
When I get him for a husband, and
have the marriage settlement a sure
thing, I can manage Gussy easy
enough. Managing poverty and
keeping it successful I' out of sight,
fits a woman for all possible strat
egies of the most difficult married
career. You see I have contem
plated and philosophized not a lit
tle for one of my years. Want is
a thorough school-mistress, and her
demands are tvranous, but the mo
ment I am married hurrah for free
dom ! I'll wear clean stockings
and petieoats till I die, or until I
want another rich fool of a hus
band." Haps ami Misshap.
A hotel keeper in Lansing, Mich.,
has been arrested for not giving his
horses enough to eat.
Charles Vohnann died in Ilobo-
ken, the other day, from the effects
of bleeding trod need by the ex
traction of live teeth a few days be
fore. A man in Xewbnrv X. C, cut
his hand in opening a box of sar
dines the other day, and the result
was that his hand and arm began
to swell and he finally died.
At Milwaukie, the other after
noon, a girl name 1 Mary Ruml tiski,
eight years of age, was startled by
a passitiLT team, and sprang into the
Phoenix Mill, where she Jell and in
stantly expired. She was fright
ened to death.
A prairie fire overtook Mrs.
John Jackson near Xeosho Falls,
Kansas, a few davs ago while she
was traveling along the road with
her two children. One of the chil
dren was burned to death, and the
motherand other child would prob
ably'die from their fearful injuries.
Five years ago a gentleman
bought a few acres of land in East
Cleveland, just beyond the present
city limits, paying for it 7,000.
A few days since he sold it for $70,
000, and in three hours after the
sale had been consummated, the
purchasers disposed of it again for
John E. Porter & Co., of Phil
adelphia, have 17,000 for the au
thor of "White Pocks," the manu
script of which was left with them
five years ago, b' a boy, who has
never been seen since the book was
published. The author was to re
ceive a royalty of ten cents per
copy, and 170,000 copies have been
A handsome young woman an al
leged widow, is Enoch-Ardening in
Xew York witli success. She gets
a man to engage to marry her and
settle on her in advance so much
money, then her first husband rush
es in with a long beard and a re
volver, and that is the last Philp
Pay ever sees of the widow and
A farmer who was sympathy
zing with his neighbor Jones on the
death of his son, said: "you should
remember, Mr. Jones, that there is
no loss without some gain. John,
you remember, was always a mon
strous eater." "I know he was,"
responded the bereaved parent;
but to think that he was laid up
with the rheumatism all the win
ter, and died just in haying time,
is pretty tough, neighbor Jenkins,
pretty tough !"
The X ew York Herald lias been
for some time past a strong advo
cate of the re-election of Grant,
but it is forced to make this con
fession: "The disgraceful and pain
ful condition of affairs in the South
ern States, the tendency ot the
government to military or arbitra
ry assumption of power and other
evils which have been forcibly ex
posed at Cincinnati, have made
the administration unpopular.
Outside of the Office-holders there
is no enthusiasm or affection for it.
For Gen. Grant personally the peo
ple still have much respect, but lit
tle or none for his Administration.
Unless he changes his course and
the Cabinet lie will run a great
risk of being defeated next Xo
Business Directory of Portland, Oregon.
PUBLISHED BY L. SAMCKL,
General Advertising Agent, t3 f ront Street,
Ackerman's Dollar Store,
No. JJ First Street. Importers and Job
bers of Fancy Goods, Toys, Crockery, Glass
ware and Plated Ware.
4 stor House, First st , between Oak and
XV. Fine. Everything ueai. 11. L. Longfel
BOOKS, STATIOSERV AND PERIODICALS,
BA.VCKOPT t MOUSE,
Agents for Mabie, Todd & Co.'s celebrated
Ciol.l Pell 3.
Ivison, Blakeman, Taylor & Go's School
Books. Just Published, a full line of Legal
Blanks fur this State.
arman, the only direct Importer of Cloth
ing, Slc, cor. rront x Washington sts.
CHAS. C. BARRETT,
IZOOKSKLLCR & STATIONF.lt,
LARGEST STOCK JX PORTLAND'.
IVo. 70 Front ami Xo. SJAVasli
1) ECK , W 1 1, LI AM & SON, 12l Front st.
J Importers and toilers in
Onus, ltitles and Revolvers
of every description.
Fishing Tackle, Fancy Goods. IWds, Bird
Gages, Baskets, Croquet Game?, and
Agents for the "California Powder Works;'
also, lor the "Wheeler Si Wilson
1eck, John A., 12'.) Front, street, practical
) Watchmaker & Jeweler. Woik done
for thy Trade.
HOOK AiD.TOK PKIiXTEKS.
DIMES & BACHELDER 1)3 Front street.
Jricrhani .v. Reinhart, First st. bet Oak Sc
y Pine, importers of Stoves, Ranges,
1" uchanan, W. A., s. w. cor. First & Taylor
5 sts. Cheapest Furniture House in Port
land f i A ! ) T 1?rrC: WALTER BROs
jJ I 1 lli 1 O, SO Front st.ctt
Cllarke, Henderson & Cook, SI & S3 First
) street. Dealers in Dry Goods, Fancy
C jlm fc Bo.ienfVld, 14S Front st. Coiimiis
J sion Merc hants & Dealers in Oregon &
Congle, J. B ., Manufacturer & Dealer in
Saddles, Harness, and Saddlery Hard
ware, 'jf! Front street.
(Virrier, W .fc Co., l'i:5 Front st. Merchant
J Tailors aud Clothier.",, Huts Furnishing
Lishuiutt Ac Oatinan, "j2 Fr uit street.
Real Fstjte Atrents. money loaned.
(.;. II. Wool
aid & Co. 101
AKfl MJO. 101 Fnnt street. Ciders Iron
any portion of the State or Territories care
fully lil'el by ma:! o express.
TVnil, Lowcnstein k, Co. Furniiure and
X'JI Carpet dealers Stores from 134 to 158
Tmplovmpnt A .-eney. WithoreH V Hoi
:j man, So Front st. Furnish all kiadi of
.""Herd nir A- Beebe. o Front stieet. Com-
j mission Merchants and dealers in Do
"JirVishion Livery Stable, cor. First h Sal
JL sts K. Corbet t, Prop. Good turn
ahv.iys on hand.
T'i-b'jl it Il-'berts for. Fiist A- W:islim'rton
" . - . l 1 c. r iv n .: v
ishi:ir (1 io.f-
.-Vrdand, Dr. B. 11., Dentist OlhVe, No.
L 2, Dekum's Block, cor. First it 'Vash
"1 ill J: Steel. 7-S and 77 First street. Deal-
jT ers in iio ik-, Stuti mei v, and Musical
GRAY'S MUSIC STORE
The largest Music House on the Coast.
STELWV.W Fi nos, 111 RDETT OUGANS,
Ci. L. DcPUAXS, Jlanagtr.
SOLE AGF.XCV Fill: THE
uf2otYc'' Sowing Macliinc.
'?7Ajrents wanted. 3
I jTackeriPv & Stome. Grocers and dealers
..A. in all kinds of Seeds, cor. First and
Hamiimtrer, B., p'O First street, importer
and dealer in Staple Fancy Dry Goods,
"tndee. D II., Photonr.ipbic Artist, s. w.
cor. l ust and Moins,,n sts. Child s
Pict. Sjiec !ty.
enrichse'i, L. C. & Co., 109 First street.
. Manu'acturers and dealers in Jewelry,
Hihbatd, Geo. L., Its Front st.. wholesale
dealer in Groceries, Doors, Wagon Ma
Hodiro, Calef A-sfco., t'7 Front st., whole
sale dealers in drugs, Paints, Oils,
XTT" I TT Sewing Machine, straight
X.L JllLAlJ needle", under feed, "lock
stitch." Competition challenged. M. E.
Traver, 112 Front st.
Hursrren & Shindler, Nos. Hit", to 172
First st. Importers Furniture, Bed
International Hotel, cor. Front and Morri
son sts. M. Rudolph, Prop. Free Buss
Kohn.J. ,V Co., 91 Front st, wholsale and
retail dealer in Fine Clothing, Furnish
Maison Doree Restaurant, piivate rooms
. for Families, cor. 1st and Pine streets.
Q. "oos. Prop.
rtn, E. & Co., wholesale dealer in
Winps A- Liouors. O. S. X. Co's Block.
and San Fran
eier A Sch nicer, 111 Front st., wholesale
and retail Confectioners.
li T iller, John B., 03 1st st. Watchniak
iVl. Jeweler, offers to the public a line
sortment of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
M oeller t Co , Front near G st.. Dealers
in native and loreijn Wiues, Liquors
fort'iriin E. J.. Hardware, Iron, Steel,
JS Hubs. Spokes, Hardwood Lumber, etc.,
ccidental Hotel, cor. First and Morrison
sts. Smith & Cook, Proprietors.
1)arish, Wiit.ns & Cornell, Real Estate
Agents, 90 Front street, bet. Alder and
I)HOTOGRAPHiC GOOD-. C. II. Wood
ard & Co., 101 Ftont s.
"Oice, J. M..127 Front street, wholsale
IV dea'er in Tinware and Stores.
Kichter, Pan!. 105 First st.. importer of
Berlin wooden Carving-, Parlor Orna
irlor- n c T?ps1 Fv-state fc fonev Rrnlrpr
X 92 Front street. Portland.
osenbaum. I.S.iVCo., Tobacconists, imnort
V ers of Foreign and Domestic Liquors.
USS Hmi(i Pi nnf ct (In P!vt. Hlaaj Prin.
XL cipal. Thomas Ryan, Proprietor.
Sherlock, S., 61 Front and 62 First sts ,
dealer in Harness, Saddlery aud Sad
Simon, J.,i)G Frout street, dealer in Doors,
Sash A, Blinds, Window & Plate Glass.
Sinshenner, H., 157 First st., importer of
Pianos, Organs, Sheet Music, Music In
struments. Sk' drrore, S. G., 123 First st. Druggist "&
Apothecary, a large stock of Pert urn ery
Si Toilet Articles.
Oniith & Davis, 71 Front street, wholesale
O dealer in Drugs, Paints, Oils, Window
Glass, Perfumery, Ac.
Snow A Roos, 73 First strtet. Pictures,
Frames, Moldings, Artist's Mats,I)raw
mtth, Put., Broker. 90 Front st. Deafer
1 in Legal Tenders, Go ernmcnt Bonds
1 Gold Dust.
(JTOXE, II. I,., 1 or Front Slret-f.
O Watctimaker A Manufacturing Jewelei
is appointed Agent for the W.ilthani, Ivirin,
E. Howard A Co., Chas. E. Jacot, and the
California Watches; also, for all the produc
tions and imports of the California Jewelry
Corr pany, San Francisco. Send for circular.
Watches repaired in the very best manner
and WAititANTicD to give satisfaction.
nrVrry Bros., No. 173 First street, nianufac
JL tnrers and dealers in Furniture, Bed
ding, Carpets, Ac.
rphe Clothing store. 113 Front st. Clothing,
JL Furnishing Gotds, Boots and Shoes.
Harris A Prager.
rputt!e, II. II., 142 A 144 Front st. Dealer
JL in Wagons A Agricultural Implements.
rpyne, E. D., n. w. cor. First A Oak sts.,
JL dealer in Brandies, Wines, English Ale
rpyler, J. A., 117 Front st., wholesale deal
JL er in Batter, Eggs, Cheese, Lard, Ba
.it: . , !. r r, rll.
liiiaiu.- -Mei?, ventiui imuva,
t." . : m 1. ...... i'.
deal's in Produce.
V7halley A Fechheimer, Attorneys A So
Y'Y licitors in Baiiki uptcy. Oflice in Odd
LOOK OUT FOE GOOD
S.AC HER Ft; AM & CO.
AVE JUST UIOCEIVKD A LARGE
bto k ot
SPIilXG & SUMMER GOODS,
WHICH THEY OFFER
Clitapea iiitm flic CIseapesf.
We would s-iy, conic and convince your
self before purchasing elsewhere. Our stock
consists in part of
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS,
CHO THING, HATS,
BOOTS AND SHOE
and a great many articles too numerous to
ALSO, Doors, Windows, Glass and Putty.
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE TAKEN IN
EXCHANGE FOR GOODS.
ALSO, WOOL wanted, for which we pay
the HIGHEST PRICE.
S. ACKERIiXArj & CO.
Oregon City, April 21, lS71:tf
Eye, Ear, Throat & Lungs.
JOHN B. PILKINGTON. EL D.,
TATE OF SAN FPANCLSCO, HAS 1.0
j ca'ed in Portland, Oregon. OHice : In
Holmes' Building. First st reet (three doors
from Ladd A Tilton's Bank'), where he may
be couMiited daily, and will treat diseases
of the above named organs as specialties.
All operations upon the Eve and Hai per
formed in the most scieulilic and careful
ARTIFICIAL EYES, having all the beauty
and mobility of tbe natural eye, inserted.
Refers by permission, for his professional
standing, to L. C. Lane, M. D., Professor o!
Surgery, and Edwin Eentley, M. )., Profes
sor of Anatomy, University of the Pacific
S.in Francisco; and lor his success in the
treatment of cases, to over I.oOO cases tteat
fd bv him, in San Francisco ; also, to Levi
Estjs, Esq., Bev. T. L. Eliot, Portland ; Win.
II. Dillon, Esq., Vancouver, W. T. ; and
many others Oregon and Washington Ter
MOOSE AND LOTS FOB SALE
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
JL sale his residence in Oregon City. There
are four lots, a go-J hou-e and barn, with a
line cellar and a good well of water. There
is plenty of laud', and it is will adapted for
earty hardening purposes. Part payment
may benaade in stock. For particulars tp
ply" to GEORGE CLABK.
Ore on City Juna 2 ls71tf
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE-
PORTLAND- - - OREGON.
GEO. Jj. CUlIfiX,
DEALER IN PEAL ESTATE AND OTHER
Commissioner Selecting Swamp and Ovet
Farm Lands sold and purchasers obtained
for all kinds of landed property.
Valuable securities transferred in exchange
for real estate. n
Loans negotiated on property, and titles
examined and determined.
Commissions solicited and executed with
fidelity and promptness.
OFFICE No. U Carter's Build in-. forri?r
of Alder and Front streets.
icb. 3, -70;tf
HOUSE WE LIVE IN
INHABITANTS OF THE
rpiIE CAUSE OF A GREAT MANY DIS
JL eases, that have been pronounced incur
able by the most eminent physicians, for tbe
very reason that they overlooked the caue,
and as Dr. Van Den" Beigh has made the
Entozoa a life long Study, be wou'd inform
the sick general ly that by close observation
and great xperiments, has come to the con
clusion that there are more acute and thron
diseases caused by Worms, Hydatids, An
ima'cuke. or other species of Enti-zoa. The
public generally, or the profession at large,
are not aware of the number of Patients
who are treated by eminent Physicians, for
this, that, or such a complaint, without any
rehet. If the disease had been understood,
a few doses of Dr. Vs. Socf.rthjH Worm
!tmey would have ininiediattd y cured the
complaint and saved a great many lives.
INHABITANTS OF THE HU-
What think you reader, of your loly be
ing a planet, inhabited by living races, as
we inhabit the earth? Whatever may be
your thoughts on the subject, it is even so.
Your body may be but a home for parasites
that, crawl over tbe surface, burrow beneath
the skin, nestle in its entrails, and riot and
propagate their kind iu every corner ot its
The following is from the San- Francixco
Btilhliu, of January liGih, 1S72. (A recent
Carl Martins recently died in Cleveland,
Ohio, from eating meat infected with the
Ouu of Taiutui Solium. At the (-01 oner's
Inquest, on Tuesday, (January 21, it was
shown that three weeks before Chri.-tmas,
Mai tins purchased a carcass of Pol k. Some
of the meet was eaten the same day, and
some was made into savage. About teu
days later, some of the sausavje was eaten,
and 111 a short time the wholi family were
taken sit k. Martins died on Sunday. Decern
her " I st, ls71. Mis. Martins and her two
children are now very sick, and tbe fomer is
not likef. to recover. The verc'ict was in
accordance witli the facts. For further par
ticidars. s -e Cleveland, Ohio, papers of above
date. A Coroner's Inquest brought this
fact to light.
Now I would ask how many more Mich
deaths a' inquest would bring to light ?
Ponder well, reader, upon this, and thi k of
the thousar.ds that die every year and no
c?.ii-e can be as-igned tor their death. Now
the question that would naturally enter the
miutl of the reader, is what shall I do? The
advice of the Dr. would be go to some one
that is competent of treating such c-ni-p
aints. And who is more competent than
the one that has made Worms a speiiall.tv.
Tt-.MAS. Yesterday, Dr. J. W. N an Deii
Beigh exh'bited to us a number ot parasites
which had been removed from persons af
flieted; there weie several d fit rent species,
one of which appears to be entirely unknown
to the n.edica! piotesMon. Tins new taenia
is shaped something like an orange seed,
but perfectly Hat, or lather like a cucumber
seed, with a tail about a quarter t f an inc-h
inleigth. Anoil.ei was a tape worm 87
te-.t in length, consisting of ti.iloo joints.
Among medical men theie ex sts no little
difference of opinion relative to the 01 iin
of ttiese entozoa. One class of writers L-
lieve that these parasi'es, at least many of J
them, originate in the endowment of animal I
iii-decuh s with vitality from the parent body,
f.ivo e l bv certain st ites of the vital fortes,
of that bodv; the states originating il;tir
organization and prouiotir.if their g owth '
ami propagation. That all descriptions of!
entozoa are met with far more frequently
where animal food is used in greatest abund
ance, is an indisputable fact, -jvecn.IIv
where the food is the siesh of ihe "unclean
beasts." which .he Jews and Mohammedans
are lot bidden to partake of. But our inten
tion is not to wiite a tliesi-" upon this snbie.-t:
e or.lv desir- to 0 ion cie t he f'aei that' Dr
J. W. Van Don liergh has found a medicine
a simple vegetable which grows in 1 bund
ance in Cal ilornia, which is a dead shot to
a en'ozoa. of whatever de d ipt on, gener
ally accomplishing its object in tn-rn an hour
and a half to six hours. .,,,,-), Call.
Had we the space here, hundreds ot testi
monials mul 1 be product -d. testifying to the
truth of the asser ions that have here been
made, bnt it would be useless and would
only occupy the reader's time.
The fidiow ng are some of the diseases
that Worms are often mistaken for.
Dyspepsia, Chronic Affections of the Liver
and Kidneys, Consumption, W hite Swell ng.
Palsy, Sot rniabo rh,s a. Diarrl eca, Ii cmti
nriiceof 17 1 ine, Grave!, Fior Aibns, Diabetes.
Dr. V. would adyi.-e those ladies troub'cd
with nay Irregularities of the Uterus to t ry
his new j m dies ami get cured.
Dr. Van l -n Beigh's infallible Worm Syr.
up for Children, liice 1. Warranted t
cxp 'I th worms. Sent everywhere upon
receipt ot price.
Dr. J. W. Van Den Bergh's, Hair Tonic
a sure care to destroy ail aniraaleu've of the
Hair Follicles, pi event- falling out. and pro
Uioting the Growth ol the Hair. I'i ice $ 1,50;
IJj- C'tiHsiiItnf; siiul t"nl rgcins
The afTlictrd can learn if their d'sea-e is
caused by Wotras or no'; at all even's. Dr.
Van Den Br-rgh on tell thisi trom what dis
ease they are buffering.
Consultations and Exntiilniitlou
FItEK CF C.IIAUC'K.
OFFICE ROOMS NOS. 38 & 39,
OVER THE TOST OFFICE-
Betters describing the fcyinptoms will be
promptly answered, and persons livincrata
distance will besiivedtheexper.se and trou
ble of calling upon the Doctor.
Address Dlt J. W. VAX DES IJEltGII,
p O. BOX 172. SALEM, OP.EGON". '
Poi:ti.axi, l''cb. lntb, 1872.
Dr. J. W. Van Hk.v Bkroii Jhar Sir:
Our child, a little giil f-ijrht year 0f acre, has
had tits and c-nvulsions for the last two
years, ami we had tried many doctors and
many remedies without much benefit, in fact
our darling was iritting constantly worse
unt l we hejird of your worn sy rti p t bron h
a frienil of ours. We thonghf. "that perhaps
it might, tlo some pood to g.ve it a tiial, and
you cannot imagine our surprise when over
200 worms were expelled with one bo th of
your valuable worm syrup, ami from thi
time on we certainly shall never be "vithout
it so long as there is a po-ibl chance for it
to bo had. Yon are at libeity to publish
this if you choose, and may it do much c ooj.
Respectfully yours, " S. II. OKToV
M. J. OliTOX.
Symploni of V011m,
Alternate pa eness and finwhinz of the
countenance, dull expression of the eves
drowsiness, itching of the nose, a swelled
upper lip, ton.rue whitely fnr.e.i and thick
ly speckled with red points, fetid breath
and enlarged abdomen, a part;al or gen
era! swelling or puffingness of the skfn a
stalling in the sleep and grindinp of tbe
teeth, a sensation as if something was lodg
ed in the throat, a gradual wasting of the
flesh, sickness of the stornnch, vomiting, a
short and dry cough, appetite somctimes'vo
rac ous, at oth'-r times feeble, bowels some
times costive, other times loose, great fret
lnlness and irritability of temper, paimt in
the stomach and bowels, colic, fits, convul
sions and palsy.
I the worm syrup is not to be hod in
your town, send orders to the manufacturer
it will be sent promptly to any address
free of express charccs. Direct orders to
Dr. J. W. VAN DEN' BEKGII,
P. O. Tor 172, 5a!em, Oregon,
XfEW YORK HOTEL,
(Dcntfches Gafthaus )
No. 17 Front Street, opposite the Mail
ship landing, Portland, Oregon m
H. R0THF0S, J. J. WILKEN?
J Board per Week
" withLodgicg "" Vp
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Tlie Virf-t aud most healthful T()ji'c
ever lutroducea m ike i nited states.
H These Bittels ',;
L? been in the San Fr,
cisco Maiket lor over
'I went j Ytarg,atld
not itlistandin" tu
g many new candidat. s
tor pnunc lavor, the
sales have coiistjntlr
Ii KEU Sole Agent,
409 nr-.d 411 Clay Nt',
H LI m
"Will set7 everyf ting reede-i in a f.imiV, frca
the beaviert to the I'g'utet fabric.
Thzn any ether machine.
Tf there is ft Florence Fo-wirg Ha.
chine v.i:h:"n 01 e thoti-.-iiiJ u;;Tes if
San Fniucisfo rot -wtiii.ii.g -well end
nivir.'tniia.' Fa'.i.-fnoticii, if I .ni j.'i-l'orii:-a
of it, it v. i;l .q utttrxed to
vithout eipfiiso cf any Lhid to tLd
CA1TUZL KILL, Arct,
13 f:c-.v .''ortjomcry Strcft,
&ri(T for Circular. end snmpirn r.f
? irtir!.-. 4cire Atjitt3 wtntid in.
PRIVATE MEDICAL AID.
QiiirU Cures aud 3IoI.vno ( linrrn.
Private Jlttlffal it Surgfrn 1 I it,t It nf .
No. 519 Sacramento Street, corner t f
Leidesorffj (a ftw dotirs b-iow
liiy What Cheer IIoiiso.)
(Private entrance on LeitlcsdoitV street.'1
Establi-bt-d Ilxjiri-s.-h to Ail'md the Afii (led
Sound and Sri.'ii ti tie Medical A id, iu l ke
Treatment and Cure of all Puva'e m tl
Chronic Pi-easrs, Cast s of Sccreiy and ui
Sexaal Ji.serders. " e
Tn tlir AlHicle.I.
TIi. W. K. D01II'l;TV re-io ns l is sir core
thanks to hi- i umerous p.-.tients for the-r
patronage, aud would take this oj'portuiii;v
to remind ti em that he cor. tin nos u c imi!j
at hU Institute for the cine of hroi ie d:
sases ot the Lungs, Liver, Kidney., Ii,
tive ami t'ciiito-L'rinavv Organs, :itsd jt-1
private di.-t ase, vi : Syphilis in idi'its f,rn s
and stages, Seminal VVeakres and all tie
horrid cou-equenccs ei seif-al,u-e. (.on. r
luea. Gleet, Stricttn es, Nocturniil and Diiir
nal Lnnssioi.s, Sexual Dt bil tv, Discuses of
the Pack and Loii.r-, ii.tianMnation of ti e
Pl.idder and Kidneys, etc. ; .-.nd l.e 1 t i-es
that bis long experience end succesrtal prar
tice will continue toinsuie him a si, ate id
public patronage. By the prndice of mar.r
yea-s in Euiope and i he United States, he Is
eoab'ed to aj.ply t,t. ni,,st efhea-nt j.iidsir-ce.-stul
i erne. lies again.-t dist ases of ail kliiC
He ust s no mercury, courses moderate. tit-uM
his patients in at;tiiett and hoi orable w av,
and has references of hi. questionable veraci
ty from men ot known respectability and
high stan. ling in socefv. All parties eon
sulting hint by letter or othei wise, will ir
ceive the host and gentlest titatmt n m i
implicit sec; t cy.
"When a female is m troubip. or r.i1 tfd
with disea.se, as weakness ot the ha. k so U
limbs, jiain in the head, dimness of skl.t,
loss of musciilur power, palpitat on of tLo
heart, irrit.i bi'ity, nt i vi.i.sncss, extreme ur
inary ditliculties. iei angi n,t nt of diee-t:e
functions, general debility, vaginitis, a!! dis
eases of the woiob, hystetin, stei ilit'v and idl
other diseases peculiar to ft -males. sheshoii'd
go or wri'e at once to the calcinated f.-nmle
doctor, V. K. DOH KI.T V, at his Medical in
stitute, and consult him about l.er troullt
and disease. The Doctor is t IU cting more
cures than any other plnsh-ian in the Sti;te
of Calif.. rnia. Let no liihc delicacy prtvcri
you, but apply immediately and save vnnrstdf
from painful sullei inys and prtmaturc tlesitli.
All married ladies, whose delicate health or
other circumstances prevent an increase in
their families -hould write or call at DU. V.
K- DOIII.Il'l YS Medical Institute, i.r.d thrr
will receive every po-sible relief and 1 e!p.
The Doctor's offices are so arranecd that 1
can be consulted without fear of obsei vation.
Patients rcsidmcr in an v pai t of the f f
nowever distant, who n.ay'tles re theojiini-r
and advice of DII.DOIII'KTV in their itsptc
tive cases, ami who think proper to sin not a
written statement of such, in preference 13
holding a personal interview, i re respectful
ly asSHicd that their commuiiicnfei.s wilt it
hebl sac ted and confidential. If the case U
fully and eandi.lly described, persona! com
munication will be unnecessary, as iiistn'c
tions for diet, legimcn and the irencral tT.it
ment of the cae itself find ud i nr ien;e'
dies), will bo furwartli d without delay, nnd
in such a maimer as to convey no idea of the
nurport of the letter or parcel so ti ansniiticd.
iTS'Consultation by letter or otherwise,
FIJEE. Permanent cure guaranteed or nopav.
DR. DOHERTV lias just published nn im
portunt pamphlet, embodying his own view'
and experiences in relation to Impotence or
V irility ; being a Short Treatr.se on Sjicrnra-torrho-a
or Seminal M'eakness, Nervous, nnJ
Physical Debility cont-eqnent on this affec
t on, and other diseases of the Sexual Organs
This little work contain information of ihe
utmost value to all, whether married orsinpl
and will be sent FLEE by mail on receipt of
six cents m postage stamps for return post
W. K. DOHERTV. M. P.,
julySOly San Francisco Cal 1
NOTARY PUBLIC, ENTERPRISE OFFICE
Oregon City, Jan 'lS-tf