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FRIDAY, : : : AUGUST 16. 1872.
How Grant Conducts His Campaign.
The people may not be aware or
the fact that their money is large
ly used in supporting Grant's
claims for another four years of
plunder. Yet such is the case.
That the corrupt character of the
present Administration is known
throughout the country is evident
from the strength of the Liberal
movement, but the people ought
'to know the manner in which they
are being swindled. Palsied by
corruption, Grant and his support
ers are frantically endeavoring to
retain their hold upon the Govern
Country papers are daily in re
ceipt of "voluminous copy sheets
prepared by the Urant comnnuees
in Washington, and fdied with
laudations of their candidate and
bitter vituperation of Dr. Greeley.
They are sent to the faithful to be
published in the columns of their
journals, their editors thus ac
knowledging the fact that the
brains of the Grant party exi.t on
ly at Washington, where the stom
ach and other necessary component
parts of the party are. These
partisan documents are printed, we
undersfaml, at the United States
public printing office, and paid for,
as well as the paper on which they
are printed, out of the public
money. They are then dead-headed
through the mails under cover
of Congressional franking. Ke
cently "John A. Logan, U. S. S.,"
disgraced the corner of a public
envelop containing a sixteen page
"pamphlet entitled " What Horace
Greeley Knows About Oiiice-seek-ing."
The publication was a fu
tile attempt to asperse Dr. ( Tree
ley's claims to popular support by
republishing distorted versions of
his old editorial articles. This ef
fort to disgrace the people's favor
ite went through the country with
a similar swindle under frank of
0 " John Coburn, M. C."
Duwnir Pierce's administration
the question arose as to whether
old boots sent to home coblers
were legitimate franking matter,
and if dirty linen passing between
Washington and a Congressional
hamlet m Iowa might not be con
sidered a stretch ot courtesy. But
what are old boots or foul linen
compared with these printed in
sults to a nation's intelligence !
What is the abuse of the franking
privelege when contrasted with the
corruption that this theft of pub
lic money through the public
printing office proves ? Grant
ism in its various phases has devel
oped more varieties of public fraud
and opened up more channels to
official plunder than all the specu
lators in the nineteen preceedinir
Administrations put together.-A"
The Louisville Coariei'-Junrwd
says: Kentucky has been the ban
ner State of the Democracy ever
since the war, but it is somewhat
doubtful whether she will be able
to maintain her position. Geor
gia proposes to give Greeley fifty
thousand, majority, Missouri sixty
thousand, Virginia forty thousand,
Pennsylvania thirty thousand,
New York fifty thousand, and so
on. W ell, all we or Kentucky
can promi.-c is that we will do our
best, and will certainly roll up a
rousing Democratic majority, as
has been our wont, and if in such
a rivalry we lose our horns, we
shall rsther rejoice than repine.
Tuiixs Statks Evidence. The
odore Tilton, who supported Grant
four years ago, says in the ir olden
Aye of Xew York : "The severest
commentary that can be made on
the failure of Grant's first term of
the Presidency is the platform on
which lie stands for re-election.
Kvery important promise which
that platform puts forth for the fu
ture is a confession of the Admin
istration's dereliction in the past.
Each successive pledge made at
Philadelphia turns States evidence
to convict the very candidate in
whose behalf it was made."'
Once on a time, at the funeral of
a wife, the undertaker arranged for
the husband and mother-iu-la v to
ride in the same carriage. ".Must
I," said the broken-heart"d man,
'"must I ride with that awful wo
man?" " I think you will have to,"
answered the undertaker. "I will
disturb every carriage in the pro
cession to make a eh:in;o, and yon
must ride here." t; Weil, if I must,
I must," said the stricken man ;
"but to ride with her destroys all
my pleasure on this occasion."
A railroad conductor residing in
Brattleboro, Vl., being absent from
duty several days during the late
heated term, accounted for his non
appearance by saying he had a
sunstroke. Much sympathy was
. accordingly expressed for his mis
fortune, but commiseration was
speedily turned to congratulations
when it was learned that the stroke
'was in the form of a pair of twin
SiiKKwn pKorxK. The Pitts
burg Vott says: "Uncle Horace's
strength among the Republican
lawyers of this city is among the
most noticeable events of the times.
We were shown a list yestreday
which comprises the names of sev
eral of the most prominent. The
lawyers as a class are a shrewd
people they can see what's com
ing, and will make themselves felt
The llaltimorc Platform.
Following is tbo platform adopted by
the Democratic Convention at, Baltimore
on the 9ib of July. 1872:
1. We recognize the equality of men be
fore the law, and hoi 1 that it is the duty of
the government, in its dealings with the
people, to uitte out equal, and exact justice !
to all, of whatever nativity, race, color or j
persuasion, religious or political. j
. e pledge ourselves to maintain the
law, the union of these s:ates, emancipation
and enfranchisement, and to oppo-e any re
opening of the questions setiled by the
Thirteenth Fourteenth and Fifteenth amend
ments to tiio cons itution.
3. We demand tbe immediate and abso
lute removal of all disabilities imposed on
account of the rebellion, winch was tin. illy
subdued seven years ago, beliering that
universal amnesty will result in complete
pac tieatim in all sections of the cum try.
4. Local self-government wi:h impartial
suffrage w.ll guard the rights of ail citi.ens
more securely than any cential z d power.
The public welfare demands the supremacy
of the civil over tbe militaiy authority, ami
freedom of nevson under trie protection of
the luibra corpus. We demand fur the in
dividual the largest liberty con-istent with
public order, for the state self-government,
an 1 for the nat'ou t return to the method
of peace and the constitutional limitations
. The civil service of the government
has become a mere instrument of part sin
tyranny and personal ambition and an o'-ject
of seiti-h greed. It is a scandal and re-
pro ich upon free institutions, and breeds a
demoralization dangerous to the perpetuity
of a republican government.
We therefore regard a thorough ref'oim
of the civil service as one ot the most press
ing necessities of the hour - th.it nom-sty,
capacity and tidel.ty co:i-t tire the only valid
claims to public employment; that the olli -es
of g .vernment cease to be a matter of ar
b.trtry favoritism and pa. ronage, and that
public station will become again the post of
honor. To this end it is imperatively re
. -aired that no president shall be a candidate
tor re-t 1. -ction.
7. We demand a system of federal taxa
tion which shall not unnece-sai iy interfere
with the industry of the people, and which
.-hall provide the means necessary to piy the
expenses of the government, economically
the interest on the p-ibbe deht.. and a moder
ate annual i eduction of the principal thereof;
and recognizing that there are l.i our m dst
honest but irr. c -neilable ddl'erences of opin
ion with regard t tee respective systems of
protection and iree trade, we remit the -lis
cussion of the suhj-ct to the people in iheir
congressional districts, sin I the decision of
congress thereon, wholly free of executive
iuterler.iice or dictation.
S. The public credit mn-t be sacredly
inaintai'.id, and we denounce repudiation in
every form and guise.
'.). A speedy return to specie payment is
demar.de 1, alike by the h ghest considera
tions of commercial morality and honest
to We remember with gratitude the
heroism and saecilices ot the sold ers and
sailors of the republic, and no a t ot ours
shall eve" detract from our justly earned
fame or the fait rewards of their patriot
ism. 11. We are opposed to all further grants
of lands to railroads or other corporations.
d.. m. tin should be held sacred to
1. We hold that it. is the duty of the
g iverument, in its intercourse with foreign
nations, to cubivate the trie ..Ushipsof peace
by treating with all on fair and tq ;al terms;
regarding it alike dishonoi able either to de
mited what is not ri.,ht, or to sub. nit to
what is wrong.
13. For the prom tion on 1 success of the
several principles and support of the cindi
dafes nmnuiatcd bv this convention, v."e in
vite and cordially
of all patriotic citizens, withoat regard t
previous political adiliation.
A cautious correspondent of the
.Springfield Rinhlh-an, says the
Y7 Y. Sun, who is not an enthusi
astic Greeley mat), gives that jour
nal a careful review of the politi
cal situation in Massachusetts at'the
present time, lie says that the
immediate effect of Greeley's nom
ination was to kill the Liberal lie-
publican demonstration in that
iStatc. Three weeks after the
Cincinnati Convention there were
not in till the State two hundred
Kepub'icans who would avow
themselves Greeley men. Since
Sumner's speech, however, and the
events which succeeded it, the
movement has progressed rapidly,
until there are now at least 10,000
Republicans who will vote for
Greeley, and 10,000 more who will
not vote for Grant, but will proba-
ably stay away from the polls,
while all the Democrats, with a
few insigniticent exceptions, are
enthusiastic for the Chappapia
farmer. It is not impossible that
even Massachusetts may repudiate
the Great American Quarreler by
Well posted politicians begin to
think that Michigan will go for
Greeley and Brown. A leading
Grant man, Hon. Jno. J. IJdgley,
recently urged Colfax to go there
and stump the State for Grant,
when the following colloquy en
sued : "Why," said Colfax, "with
evident surprise, "you don't need
any help in Michigan, do you?"
"Yes, by G ehosephat, we do,"
replied Uagley; "we want all the
help we can get, and we shall need
all we can get too, I tell vou."
A novelty in the way of "hops'1
has been introduced in Boston. A
hall at the. South End is now open
every Friday evening for "shirt
and pants dancing parties," aud
the attendance is confined to those
of the middle class who are dispos
ed to behave themselves The
proprietor takes the ground that if
l ubes consider themselves dressed
in "shirt waists," there is no rea
son why "gents" should not ap
pear in the same cool.
There is a wheat field on the
west side of the San Joaquin river,
California, thirty-live miles in
.length by eight in breadth, with
an area of 17u,000 acres. Estimat
ing the average yield at sixteen
bushels to the acre, it would give
a total yield of 2,80 1,200 bushels,
80,015 tons. This amount of grain
would load 8,001 cars, which, if
made up in one train, would reach
for over eighty miles.
Wit r v. A F re u c h
was riIing out ont:
day when he
passed an old priest rid in c aloii"-
contentedly on a donkey. "
ha !" exclaimed the marquis, "how
goes the ass, good father'?" "On
horseback, my son," replied the
Xo IJettkr. Men may sophis
ticate as they please, but the man
who does not endeavor to pay his
debts is no better than the "man
who steals outright.
A U V TIOX AND C 0MMISS1 01
Corner ol Front and Oakstrsets Portland
Of Ileal Estate, Groceries, Generalilerchan
dise aud liorses,
Every Wednesday and Saturday !
A. B. Richardson, Auctioned
AT PRIVATE SALE.
English refined liar and Bundle Iron
English Square aud Octagou Caststsel
Horse shoes, "iles, Hasps, saws;
Screws, Fiy-paus, sheet iron, li. G. Iron
A lare assortment of (j roeeries and Liquors
A. 13. UicuAiiiux, Auctioneer
OREGON' CITl', OREGON,
RETAIL DEALERS IX
BOOTS & SHOES,
I also keep constantly on hand
SALEM C A 3 S I M E It E 3, EL A X N ELS,
TWEEDS AND ELANKET;,
Which I '.rill sell at the Factory Trices, and
will take wool in exchange;
JTT will also pay the hiVie-t prices for
Butter, Ejrss, and ad kinds of iiood country
produce. I will sell as tow as any house
in Oregon, for ('ash o" its equivalent in go d
rr.rch an table produce.
" gg- Give me a call and sati-fy vourselres
Jm. 13, 1S71 tf
SPiiJHa & SMEBaOSBS
JUHT RECEIVED AT
ROOTS AND SHOES,
CROCKERY, NOTIONS, AC.
MilS STREET, OREGON CITY.
PRODUCE of all kin Is bought, for which I
pay the highest market price.
if you ilosire irood Goods, at LOW Prif a.
ca'l at I. SELLINti'S, and examine his fresh
stoek of Spring Goods.
G I YE ME A CALL AND CONVINCE
Mr Motto is, QUICK SALES AND SMALL
For which I will pay the higheet market
Ai-ril 14. tS71:tf
Sii5M5S MASONIC II ALL DUILD-
OREGON CITY, -
yr-EEI'S CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND
A. lor sale, cii!:.vp fok casu,
and KITCHEN FURNITURE,
Hureaus, Lounges, Rocking Chairs, What
nots. Def stea ls, Wra hst.inds. Curled
Hair and I'olu Matresses, Pulii Pil
lows, spring Beds, Window
Shades, Picture Frames,
Mouldings, Ac, &c.
J3T"Spocial attention fiven to Upho'ster
work in ail its I. ranches. Orders rilled with
promptness. Repairing Ione w ith neatness
an I ill snatch. 1 iirnitnro niadu to order.
''.."'(roods delivered to any patt 0 town
tree of chaige. Call and examine for your
s. Iv;w. " m.i y 1 7n2t
W 2 L L ! A Til SICER
FO II 211 E MA .V UF I C TOR V OF
SASH, BUNDS AND EGCBS
AND MOULDINGS OF ALL S1ZEU.
tnr They will also do TURNING, ofvn
de.-cription to order,
With Neatness aad Dispatcl
ALL WORK Vv'AKR ANTED.
Shop on the River, in Lewis' shop.
opposite Oregon City Mills.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
IN MYERS FIRE-PROOF BRICK,
MIV STREET, OREGON CITT, OREGON.
Savier, LaRoqne & Co.,
eKeen constmt'y n ha d for ale
Midlines, Bran and Chicken Feed ParMes
purchasing !ee(1 must fUrnl,h the sark
Business Directory of Portland, Oregon.
PUBLISHED V L. SAMUEL,
General Advertising Agtnt, 13 Front Street.
Ackerman's Dollar Store,
No l9 First iret. Importers and Job
bers of Fancv tloo ls. Toys, Crockery, Class
ware and Plated Ware.
ToTuTFirsr at, between Oak and
iV I'ine. Ev er) thing neat. b. L. Longfel
low, Proprietor. "
BWCUOn' A MOUSE,.
WnU for Mabie. Todd A Co.'s celebrated
a iolit l-n.
Ivison, Blakeinan. Ta3lor & Co's School
Books. Jt rab!iitd, JUUecj Ltgal
JJlank for this Mai.
rv.rman.t'ToTdv di ect Importer of t loth
1 Jin- Ac. cor. Front Alston -ton sts.
""CBTASrcTBA R R E T T,
nOKSEI.MiK & STATIONER,
LARGEST STOCK IX PORTLAND.
79 front m fi'l N'. 5jWah-
I ECK, WILLIAM A SON'. Wi Front st.
' Importers and dealers in
Gtun, II !! "' Uevolirr
of everv descript on.
Fishirikj Tackle. Fancy Ooois. Heads bird
Caes, Baskets, Croquet 1 James, aud
Kabv ai riaes.
Agents for the "California I'owder Woiks;"
B also, for tb' ' Wheeler X Wilson
1""ck, John A., 12! Front street, practieal
3 W .ichmaker A: Jeweler. Work done
tor I he Trad--.
IIOO Si A.M.T01I I'IMMKHS.
IllME-s A KAf'llEi DKR !3 Front street
1risiham, Ueinhait, First st. bet Oak &
3 Fine, importers of Stoves, Ranges,
u hanan, W. A , s. w. cor. First A T i.vlor
5 J-ts. Cheapest Furniture House in Poit-land-
V.yiVlVl. lli 1 O, SI Front stieit
tllarke, Henderson A Cook, si .t Ml First
; .street. Dealers in Dry Coods. Fancy
C1ohn A Uo.nf. Id, I ts Front st. Cotn:nis
; sioti M.-re ha .U & Dealers in On jjon &
Connie, J. B. Manufacturer A Deder in
Saddles,' Harness, and Saddlery Hard
ware, 'J 1 Front street.
virrier, W A Co., 10! F.ont st. Merchant
Tailors and Clothiers, liats r uriiisiiing
D'-Lish.-nntt A Oatman, 'J2 Fr oit street.
Heal Estate Agents, money loaned,
DENTAL GOODS, :,o'L-,r;,!;
i' IOlll 1! IVtit.
Ali!) AC' . 1 ' 1 Fr-nt strret. Orders from
ntiv portion of the State or Territories care
fully til. e l bv m i l or expres--.
ITin I, laiwenstein A Co. Furnit ire am!
1 j Carpet dealer--Stores from 15 A to loS
I 11 st st re t.
ITVnplovment A.-ency. Wit'ierell A 1 1 ol
1 man", S .i Front s.t. Furnish alT kinds of
venl ng A Beebe, lo Fro-it -tre't. C'
jj mission Merchant- and dealers in Do
mes! k: l'roduc-1.
S ishion Livei v Stable, cor. First A Salmon
sts E. Oorbett, L'r. p. Croud turn -outs
always on h are I.
-v, .he-1 A R be:f, eor. Fiist .V Wasir-ncton
st -.. Dealers A Mannfac. Cotliing, Furn-
jreeland. Dr. B. R., Dentit Office, No.
; , DekuTii's 151 iCk, eor. First A -Vash-ington
ill A SfevL 7") a-id 77 First, street. D" il
ers in Book., Stat! niery, and Musical
I nstru merits.
GRAY'S MUSIC STORE.
The largest Music House on the Coast.
STEINWAY FIINOS, ITI)KTT ORGANS,
O. L. IK-PR.VS9, Manager.
90LE .GE.XlY FOR the
12IoTe,' Staving 3TacJiine.
XfAirents wanted. ""(Tjt
nickeeey A Sterne .Grocers and d alers
.11 all kinds of Seeds, cor. First and
a: 11 sts.
Hiit.bn-irer, B, L'e5 f irst s reet. importer
and dealer in Staple Fancy Dry (roods.
Ht-;dee. D II., Photor iphic Artist, s. w.
cor. First and Moiri-on sts. Child s
I'ict seec It v.
He :nclise -, L. C. A Co.. lo;i F rst street
Ma m' n tnrers and dealers in Jewelry,
Hi'. bard. Ceo. L., OS Front st.. w
dealer in Crocesies, i)oor., Waj
Hodge, Calef A Co., 07 Fr-nt. sr., whole
sale dealers in dmg-, Paints, Oils,
tr ass, Ac.
Ty'"T T Sewing Machine, strai .ht
L'.LK All1J in ed!e, under f.-ed, "!-ck
stitch." Competition challenged. M. E.
Iraver, I 2 Front st.
nm-gren A Shin Her, N'--s. lf, to 172
First st. Iiiip-'iters Furniture, Bed
international llo'el- cor. Front and M -rri
son s:s. M. Rudolph, Prop. Free B:isS
ohn..L A Co.. '.'I Front st., whols i!e -and
ret lil dealer in Fine Clothing, Furnish
Mai-on D-'ree llestauraiit, piivate rooms
. for Families, eor. 1st and Pine streets.
i. Voos Pi op.
M'mhi, E & Co , wh -le-ii'e deal--r in
Wmes A Liquors. O. S. X. Co's Block,
and San Fran
eier A Sch nicer, 1 1 1 Front st.r wholesale
i. ana retail l ontecnoners.
Miller, John B , 03 1st st. Watchmaker A
Jewe'er, otTi-rs to the public a fine as
sortment of Watches. Clocks and Jewelry.
M- eller A Co . Front near O st.. Dealers
in native and foreign Wines, Liquors
"XTorthrnp. E. J., Hardware. Iron, Steel.
IN Hubs. Spokes, Hardwood Lumber, tK,
cidental Hotel. cor. First and Morrison
sts. Smith & Cook, Proprietors.
1 parish, Vt ns & Cornell, Real Estate
Agents, 00 Front street, bet. Alder and
)iioTOGRArmr good. c. n. Wood-
1 ard A Co., Ki Fiont sf.
ice. J. M.. 127 Front street, wholsale
V dea'er in Tinware and Stoves.
1ichter, Paul, loo First st.. importer of
Berlin wooden Carvings, Parlor Orna-m-nts.
1" ider. (I. C-, Ral Este A Money Broker,
V 02 Front . oifPt. Porflan-1.
T" osenbauni, I. S.eV:Co., Tobacconists, import
V ers of For.ign and Domestic Llqnors.
1) uss House, Front ft. Ou First Class Vt'm
Xi cipal. Thomas Ryan, Proprietor.
Sherlock, S., 01 Fiont and ti2 First sts ,
dealer in Harness, Saddlery aud Sad
Sitnou. J.,5t Front street, dealer in Doors,
fa-li A Blinds, Window A Plate Class.
Sinsheiiuer, 11., p7 First st., importer of
Pianos, Organs, Sheet Music, Music Instrument.-.
O kidii'ore, S. (.. 123 First st. Druigist A
O Ap -thecary, a large stock of I'ertuinery
A T ilet Articles.
Smith A Davis, 71 Front street, wholesale
dealer in Drugs, Paints, Oils, Window
Glass, Perfumery, Ac.
Snow A R os, 7;5 First strtet, IMcures,
Fiames, Moldings, Artist's Mat'.s, Draw
ing lust; umenis.
Smith, I'ut.. Uroker. fo Front st. Dealer
in Legal Tenders, Go- ernment Roods
and (tol.l Dost.
fc'4' .vmwm9JMm w nima .mm it. n'mM.jjuimum.!v umw
STOK, li. 1., 107 Kront rf-t.
Watchmaker A Manufactunni; Jeweler
is appointed Ai-ent tor the YYaltham, Eljii'.
K. Howard A: Co., Cha. E. Jacot, and the
California Watches; also, for a!! the produc
tions and imports or the California Jewelry
LCon pany, Han Francisco. Send tor circular.
atcties repaired in the verv tiest manner
and wakrantkd to give satisfaction.
rperry Dros., N'o. 17s First street, nianufac
L turein and dealers in Furniture. Bed
dirnr. Carpets, Ac.
rphe Clothing store 1L5 Front st. Clothing,
L Furnis' in' Cotds, Boots aud Shoes.
Harris & Pi ager.
rputt e, II II.. U2 A M4 Front st. Dealer
J i i Wagons A Agricultural Implements.
rpyne. E. F)., n. vr. cor. First A Oak sts.,
l dealer in Brandies, Wines, English ale
rpyler. J. A., 147 Front at., wholesale deal
1. er in Butter, Eg;js, Cliee-e, Lard, Ba
X7"iHi:ims A .Myers, 5 Central Block,
V Front st., Coinuiis-ion Merchants A
deal's in Pro-luce.
"7'ha!ley A Fei-.li! eimer, At'orneys A So-
lieit-irs i i Banki upt- y. Oliice in Odd
LOOK OUT FOR GOOD
S- AN & CO.
AVE JEST RECEIVED A LARGE
WHICH THEY OFFER
Cheaper t!i;ir tte Cheapptl.
We wouhl say, come and convince your
self hef -re pu-chasing elsewhere. Our stock
consists in pari of
FANCV AND STAPLE DRY GOODS,
BOOTS AND SH OE.
NOTIONS, G ROCERIES,
and a trreat many articles too numerous to
ALSO, Doors, Windows, Glass and Putty.
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE TAKEN IN
EXCHANGE FOR GOODS.
ALSO. YTOOIj wanted, for which we pay
the HIGHEST PRICE.
S. ACHERBIAN & CO.
Oregon City, April 21, lS71:tf
Eye, Ear, Throat & Lungs.
JOHN 3. PILKINGTON, DI. D.,
T ATE OF S.N FIIANCLSCO, DAS LO
XJ ca'ed in P-.i-tland, Or u-00. Oiliee : In
H Imts' Building. First street ( three do. rs
from Lad I A Tilton's lbnkl where he um
bo coa-u'i' d daily, and will treat diseases
of the ah ve named org us as pecitlt es.
All operations upon the Eve and Kai per
!ormel in the most scientific and careful
ARTIFICIAL EYES, having all the beauty
and mobility of the nat- ral eye, inserteil.
Refers bv pcrmis-ion, for bis professional
standing, to L. V. Lane, M. 1)., Profe-s r or
Sa-gerv. and Jvlwin llentlev, M. D., I'r-des-sor
of An -ib-my. University of the Pacific.
San Francisco; and for his sncce-s in the
reatment of eases, to over l.ooo cases tieat
d tiv iiim, in San Francisco ; also, to Levi
Est.-s Esq., Lev T L. Eliot. Portland ; Wm.
II. Dillon, E-q., Vancouver, W. T. ; and
many others Oregou and Washington Ter
HOUSE Aft'D LOTS FOR SALE
rPHE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
ale hi-s residence in Oregou City. There
are four lots, a good hmt-e and liarn, with a
tine cellar -and a good well of water. There
is plenty of land, and it is wtll adapted for
early gardening purposes. Part payment
mav be made in stock. For particulars tp
pie to GEORGE CLARK.
Ore on City Juna2 I S7 1 t f
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.
PORTLAND. - - OREGON
GEO. Ta, CURRY,
DEALER IN REAL ESTATE AND OTHER
Commissioner Selecting Swamp and Ovei
Farm Land- sold and purchasers obtained
tor all kinds of landed property.
Val.mb'e securities transferred in exchange
for real estate. 0
Loans negotiated on property, and titles
examined and determined.
Commissions solicited and executed with
nd!itv and promptness
OFFICE-No. U Carter's Building, corner
of Alder and Front street
Ftb. 3. Is70;if
HOUSE WE LIVE ESNS
AND T II E
INHABITANTS OF THE
ryilE CAUSE OF A GREAT MANY DIS
JL eases, that have been piouounced incur
able t-y the most eminent physicians, for the
very reason that they overlo- k d the eaiue,
and as Dr. Van Den Bergh lias made the
Entozoa a life long Study, he wou.d infoim
the sick generally that by close observation
and ;:reat xperinieins, has come to the con
clusion that there are more acute and ihroti
ii; diseases caused by Worms, llrdat.ds, An
ima.culie. 01 other species of Enii 20a. The
public generally, -r 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
relief. If the disease had been understood,
a few doses of Dr. Vs. Sovtrtiyn, W'urin
Itemt-ly woubi have immediately cured the
complaint and saved a great "many lives.
INHABITANTS OF THE HU
What think you reader, of your body be
ing a planet, inhabited by living races, as
we inliabt the tarti.? What, ver may be
your thoughts on the subject, ii is ereii so.
Your body may be but a home for parasites
that crawl over the surface, burrow beneath
tbe skin, nestle in its entrails, aud riot and
propagate their kind in every corner of its
The following is from the San Francigco
Uutetin, of J auuary iiOth, ls7. (A recent
Car Martins recently died in Cleveland,
Ohio, from eating meat infected with the
Ova "J' Tuna t Solim. At the C01 oner's
Inquest, on Tuesday, (January d,'l it was
si.owu that thiee w eks before Christinas,
Mai tins purchased a cat cuss of Bul k. Some
of the meet was eaten the same day, and
some was made into sausage. About ten
days laier, some i f the sausage was eaten,
and in a sho-t time the whol? family were
taken sick. .Martins died on Sunday. Ikcem
ber 31st, 171. Mis. .Martins and her two
children are now very sick, and the fomer is
not likel, to recover. 'Ihe verdict was in
accordance with the facts. For further par
ticulars, s. e Cleveland, Ohio, papers of above
date. A Coroner's Inquest brought this
fact to light.
Now I would ask how many more such
deaths a-- inquest would bring to light V
Ponder well, leader, upon this, and thi. k of
the thousands that die every year and no
c:u-e can be assigned tor their death. Now
the question thai would naturally enter the
min. 1 of ihe reader, is what shall Id.? The
advice of the Dr. would be go to some one
that is compet. nt ol treating such c 111
p aints. And who is rev-re competent than
the one that has made Worms a speciality.
Tknias. Yesterday, Dr. J. W. Van Di-11-Be-gh
exhibited to us a number ot pani.-dtes
which bad been removed from persons af
flicted; there were st veral d luient species,
oneof which appears to be entirely unki.ovvn
to the ir e. Heal profession. This new taenia
is shaped something like an orange se.d,
but perfectly flat, or lather like a cucumber
seed, with a tail about a quarter f uu inch
inhrgth. Another was a tape worm s7
f-i. t in length, consisting ot y,t"o joints.
Among medic. I men theie ex;sis no little
dilleivm e of opinion relative totheoiigin
of tuese entozoa. One class of writers be
lieve thai these parasPes, at least, many of
them, originate in the endowment ot animal
molecules with vitality from ti e parent body,
faviued by certain states of the vital forces
of that body; the states originating their
organization and promoting their : owth
and propagation. That ail description- of
entozoa are met with far more frtquently
where animal food is used in greatest abund
ance, is an indisi uta rde tact. specially
where ti.e food i.s the flesh of the "one ean
beasts," vsh;c!i the Jews and Mohammedans
are ioi bidden to partake of. Rut our inten
tion "s not to wi ite a thesis upon this sul jer t:
we on! v desire to chronicle the fact that Dr
J W. Van Den 15- rgh hi-s found a med'eine
a simple vegetable w-iicli glows in 1 bund
since m Calitornia. which is a dead shot to
a ornoziui. of whatever de-cript on, gener
ally iiccom plishi ng its olject 11 tr m an hour
and a bait to six h -urs. .lnrning Cull.
Had we the space ! ere. hundreds ! testi
monials could be prod-iced, tosti lying to the
tnrh of the asser ions that have here been
made, but it woul-i Vie useless and woulo
nlv occupy the reader's time.
The follow ng are some of the diseases
that Worms are often mistaken for.
Dyspepsia, Chronic Affections ot the Liver
and Kidneys, Consumption, Whiie Swell, ng.
Palsy, Spermatorrhoea. Diarrl eea. Inconti
nence of Urine", Gravel, Flor Albus, Diabetes.
Dropsy , etc
Dr. V. would advise those ladies tronb'ed
with tinj Irregularities of the L'ierus to try
his new r.-m-'dies and get cured.
Dr. Van D.-n Betgh's Infallible Worm Syr
up for Children. 1 rice ? I . WarranteO to
expel the worms. Seit everywhere upon
receipt ot price.
Dr. J. W. Van Den Rergh's, Hair Tonic
a Mire cure to fl est toy all animalcule of the
Hair Follicles, prevent- falling out. and pro
moting the G row th ot the Hair. I'rice 1 ,50;
iiy C'oiisn It-ng ami I'ndrrpiins
The afflicted can learn if their disea-e is
caused by W'nnns or not; at all evems. Dr.
Van Deo Bergh can tell them from what dis
ease they are buffering.
Consultations ami Fiaiiiinalions
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OVER THE POST OFFICE.
Letters describing the symptoms w ill be
promp'lv answeted, and persons living at a
detain e will be saved the expense and trou
ble of calling upon the Doctor.
Address It AV. VAX DEJ! BKKGII,
P O. BOX 172. PALEM, OREGON.
Poutland. Pel. 10th, 1R72.
Dr. J. W. Vin Den- Brcncn Dear Sir:
Our child, a little girl eight years of age, has
had tits and c-iiviilsimis for the last 'two
years, and we had tried many d actors and
rrau remedies without much benefit, in fact
our oa-.iing was getting constantly wots
until we heard of vo-ir worn svr-p "thM-ueli
a friend of ours. We though, "that perhaps
it might do some good to give it a tiial, ai d
vou cannot imagine our surprise when'over
L'ol) worms were expelled with one bo tlr of
your valuable worm syrup, and from thi
time on we certainly shall ne' er be without
it so long as there is a po-sible chance for it
f. be had. You are at libeity to publish
this if you choose, and may it do much food
Respectfully yours, " K II. OKTuX
M. J. ORTOX.
Symptoms or AVorns,
Alternate pa'encs and finshing of the
countenance, dnll expression of the eves,
drowsiness, itching of the nose, a swelled
upper-lip. tongue whitelv fur,e and thick
ly speckled with red points, fetid breath,
and enlarged abdomen, a part'aJ or gen
eral swelling or puffingness of the skin a
start'ing in the sleep and grirdimr of the
teeth, a sensation as if something was lodg
ed in the throat, a gradual wasting of the
flesh, sickness of the stomach, yom tirg, a
short and dry cough, appetite si-mctinn s'to
rac ons, :.t other times fepl le, bowels some
times costive, other Cmes loose, great fret
fulness and irritability of temper, pains in
the stomach and bowels, cohc. Sts, convuL
sioris and palsy.
P the worm syrup is not to be had in
your town, send orders to the manufacturer
it will be sent promptly tn any address
frte of express charges. 'Direct orders to
Dr. J. W. VAX DEX BERGH,
F. 0. Box 172, Salem, Oregwrj.
To Stock . rovers
rpiIE ROAD ACROSS THE Caxp,
X Mountains, known as the ' 1,0 .
grant Hoad," is now in splendid orrf
the accommodation of the public, 'fl e t fr
on the road have all been thoroughly
ed, and stock drovers will find jj r lfP;r;
to cross ti e Mountains by this route t"1'4
is plenty of goou water and glass ',, ,u
si-Jes of the Mour.UiL-s, sud tl,. n b
across is only do miUs being the htJit'tn,,'e
well as tbe best road over the Cascade V l'
tains. Stock droves and tmigrauN u-,'i, J'L"
it to their advantage to travel over th, li
Tyles reasonable. 8 r .
JOSEPH YOUXG. Prefcide
Clackamas county, June 21st, 172
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DR. W. K. 1)011 Eh TV re nins !,is .Mini,
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at his Institute hurtle cine ot 1 u i i- ci
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private dis use-, viz : Syphilis in i-11 it f if
andsfagts, Sen.ii.al VVtnli.es i.rf nittif
honid oon.-eiiences ot st If-al in t , 1" r. n
hoea. (ileet, Strictutes, eti nn I ut C 1 ii.:
nal Emi-sions. Sexual Dthil ty, Iimi.m.'c'
he Hack and Loins, ii.l:tn n utu i; H d
Elndder and Kidneys, et .; ond lelt-in
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will continue toinsuie bin a fd.mrcf
public patronage. Jty the piaclici (t tin)
Tears in Europ-e and the Cnittd Sitis-.li '
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cessfnl remedies against dist iif-os of nil 1 i i
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his patients in a t-olrei t and hei r.n L i tv
and has references of ui quer-ti t ; l! iu
ty from men ot know n resj t tti li t cm
high standing in toe ety. jl) j liitit- o r
sulting him by lettei r otl t-i woe. lf
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When a female ism trouble oriffihd
with disease, as weakness ot the link tr d
limbs, pain in tbe head, din l t ss d .mj 1 1,
loss of muscular power, pal itat n i i il e
heart irrit.ibi ity, nt rv iis-ntss, utiun-ci-inary
difficulties deiarginini ol die-me
functions, general debility. yug'i.ii's, :U (''
e;ises of the womb, by stei ia, siei iiiM ft (i i-H
other diseases peculiar to ft mules. It .) i ud
eo or w ri'e nt oru-e to tl e ct h bistrd !d '?
doctor, W. K. IX H I liTY, at his J!t rir; I In
stitute, and consult himl ut l,n lie v-L-
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