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CTIjc lUcckhj. Enterprise,
AUGUST 2!5. 1872.
The Hoodlum if a male of hu
man specie?, ot the genus homo.
He dresses in broadcloth, -wears
polished boots, carries a cane. He
is too lazy to work ; he is to proud
to beg ; he is too cowardly to steal.
He lives off the hard earnings of
the sin and shame of some poor
girl whom he abuses and neglects;
he stands upon the street corners
with hi? Hoodlum comrades of an
afternoon ; stares in brazen vulgar
ity at honest women, nu insults
with rude gesture and indecent ex
pression the soiled doves as they
il utter by. He has respectable rela
tives from whom he borrows when
the wolfe chases him too closely,and
during election times he sells his
influence for coin and aids to con
trol political results. He travels
on shape and talent ; he bullies the
weak, and he fawns upon the
strong ; his ambition is to get some
sirftcure berth in politics; he is
night-watchman, or has a special
policeman's beat duties which he
never performs, except to collect
the money. He liv es at free lunch
es; he amuses himself by rowdy
actions; attends excursions. J I is
. strong effort is to keep out of the
clutches of the law. lie is the
friend and counselor of thieves,
swindlers and confidence men, and
finally adopts the felons profession
then he ceases to be a hoodlum.
He becomes a drunkard, and is
then called bummer. Ho gets
shabby, and finds no frail women
to support him; he is then vaga
bond and loafed During the time
of his earlier success lie hangs
around theatres; he is a clacquer
and dead head. He brings up
cither in the home of the inebriate,
the county hospital, or the state
prison. lie is a disgrace to his
G family and a nuisance to the com
munity. Something' about Yourself.
Supposing your age to be fifteen
years or thereabouts, I can figure
you up to a dot. You have 100
bones and five hundred muscles;
your blood weighs twenty five
pounds; your heart is live inches
in length and three inches in diam
eter : it beats seventy times per
minute, 4,200 times per hour, 100,
800 times per day, and 3G.7,200
per year. At each beat a little
over two ounces of blood is thrown
out of it; and each day it receives
and discharges about seven tons of
that wonderful fluid. Your lungs
will contain a gallon of air, and
you inhale 21,000 gallons per day.
The aggregate surface of your
lungs, supposing them to be spread
out, 20,000 square inches. The
weight of your brain is three
pounds, when you are a man it will
weigh about eight ounces more
Your nerves exceed 10,00 3,000 in
Your skin is composed of three
layers and varies from one-fourth
to one-eighth of nn inch
in thickness. The area of your
skin is about 1,700 square
inches, and you are subject to an
atmospheric pressure of fifteen
pounds to the square inch. Each
square inch of your skin contains
3,500 sweating tubes, or perspira
tory pores, each of which nr.iy be
likened to a little drain-tile one
fourth of Inch long, making an ag
gregate length in the entire surface
of your body, of 20 1,1 GG feet, or
a tile ditch for draining the body
almost forty miles long.
Tun True Story' of the l!n,i,
Prr. Under the above caption
the Cincinnati correspondent of the
St. Haul Dispatch gives the sub
joined statement, which we may
consider ourselves as called upon
to copy, from a due regard to the
"truth of history:"
"Everybody is familiar with the
story of the bull pup sent to Presi
dent Grant, which he refused to
receive because the express charges
were not paid. The sequel
of the story is I believe,
new, and at all events, I will give
it at a venture, as related here by
'a man who knows.' Soon afteV
Grant had refused the pup he learn
ed that it was a valuable animal,
and greatly regretted he had not
paid the charges (M,.0). lie
accordingly sent one of the Dents
down to the express office the next
day to secure the pup. Judge of
his horror when he learned that a
colored man had paid the charges
and taken the pup home. Dent
M'as directed to hunt up the 'color
ed man and brother and see what ho
would take for the imp. He final-
y succeeded in finding him, and
the price was set at D.. After a
good deal of haggling, the price
was reduced to $40, and this Grant
paid. The pup is now said to be
worth $200 but Grant has never
forgiven himself for his rashness
whereby he squandered thirty five
' dollars and a half. This is an o'er
true tale, and shows the caliber of
our model President."
William P. Preston has publish
ed a letter in which he gives his
reasons for supporting Greeley,
lie says that if Greeley is elected
we shall not have to mourn a coun
try disgraced by the tyranny of
nondescript governments, igno
rant, servile rulers, thieving "carpet-baggers,
brutal military ty
rants, midnight arrests, suspension
ot habeaus corpus, trials far from
the scene of alleged crime, punish
ment in distant penitentiaries.
Read Greeley's letter on 1st pa-
Too Many lilies.
Chicago seems to be a sort of fly
paradise, according to one of our
exchanges, and the "oldest inhabi
tant" vouches for the truth of the
story that this year beats the whole
record m the fly nuisance at the
restaurants and about the city.
A good story is told how Mr. Bax
ter cleared his establishment of his
winged visitors, and here it is :
Since the fire, Chicago can boast
of many good, bad and indifferent
restaurants. Wherever there is
met a saloon, or a clothing store,
or a gambling room, or a jewelry
shop, or a theater, there is located
a restaurant, or a lunch room. Xo
sooner was a table set in one of
these places than the flies were on
it. Wlien hungry mortals under
took to dine, there ensued a fight
for the spring chicken, or the broil
ed salmon, or the raspberry rolls.
If the man was lucky enough to
get it he enjoyed not only the
meal but the consolation of know
ing he had finished scores of the
Pilly Baxter had long been
troubled at his restaurant on West
Madison street with the flies. He
had tried every way possible to rid
the house of them, but all in vain.
They laughed at poisoned paper,
and as for those ingeniously con
trived wire traps, they stood on
the castors and on the cigar cases,
and actually turned up their little
noses. It was becoming more and
more annoying, and even Billy's
good nature was fast disappearing.
On Wednesday afternoon a green
looking sort of a chap stepped
into the restaurant and informed
Baxter that he could rid his house
of flies, and that he would do so
for the sum of 62. Billy's big
belly shook with delight, and he
closed the bargain on the spot, only
stipulating the money would not
be paid until the absence of the
flies could be noted.
The green looking chap took from
a dilapidated carpet sack a hemis
pherical case nearly a foot in length
and three or four inches in diame
ter. He laid his torpedo-like ar
rangement on the floor in the mid
dle of the room, sprinkled a layer
of powder for nearly two yards,
then applied a match. Almost in
stantly there was an explosion.
The "business had busted" with a
terrific roar. So had the windows,
and the crockery, and the flooring,
and George Cole's new white hat.
There wasn't a whole pane of glass,
or a teacub, or a water pitcher, or
a fly to be found in the room.
And worse still, the queer-looking
chap had departed without leaving
his card. Whether he is the pro
prietor of a rival hashery, or was
Beelzebub in disguise, no one can
tell. It is only certain that who
ever asks Baxter would he like to
be rid of his flies will have to look
out ibr a broken head.
Missouri's favorite son, Speaker
H. 1. C. Wilson, says one of the
evil effects of Grant's defeat will
be his return to St. Louis. But
then he is no worse as a citizen
than as a President.
he lialtimorc Platform.
Following is the platform adopted by
ihe Democratic Convention at Baltimore
on the 0;h 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 mete out equal and exact justice
t' ail, of whatever nativity, race, color or
pe: suasion, religious or political.
2. W'c pledge ourselves to maintain the
law, the union of these slates, emancipation
and enfranchisement., and to oppo.-e any re
opening of the questions settled by the
Thirteenth Fourteenth and Fifteenth amend
ments to the constitution.
ii. We demand the immediate and abso
lute removal of all disabilities imposed on
account, of the rebellion, which was finally
subdued seven years ago, believing that
universal amnesty will result in complete
pacification in all sections of the country.
4-. Local self-government with impartial
suffrage will guard the rights of all citizens
more securely than any centi al zrd power.
The public welfare demands the supremacy
of the civil over the military authority, and
freedom of person under the protection of
the fi.'i.bfi.i cor)'. We demand for the in
dividual the largest iibeity consistent with
public order, for the state self-government,
an I for tiie nation to return to the methods
of peace and the constitutional limitations
The civil service of the government
has become a mere instrument of part's in
tyranny and personal ambition and an object
of selfish greed. It is a scandal and re
proach upon free institutions, and breeds a
demoralization dangerous to the perpetuity
of a republican government.
We therefore regard a thorough rcfot m
of the civil service as one of the most press
ing necessities of the hour; that honesty,
capacity and fidelity const. tute the only valid
claims to public employment; that the'ollices
of government cease to be a matter of ar
b:t!' .ry favoritism and patronage, and that
public station will become again the post of
honor. To this end it is imperatively re
nuired that no president shall be a candidate
t a- re-election.
7. We demand a system of federal taxa
tion which shall not unnecessarily interfere
with the industry of the people, and which
shall provide the means necessary to pay the
pt-ii.-ca or i ne government, economical! v
e interest on the public debt, and a moder-
aminal reduction of the principal thereof;
rceoffnizimr that there are in nnr rmH.f
Lmiest but itt-ee meihible differences of opin
ion with regard t the respective systems of
protection and tree trade, we remit the dis
cussion of the subject to the people in their
congressional districts, and the decision of
congress thereon, wholly free of executive
interference or dictation."
. The public credit mu-t be sacredly
maintained, and we denounce repudiation ill
t v c ry fo r m a n d guise.
!. A speedy return to specie payment is
demanded, alike by the highest considera
tions of commercial morality and honest
in We remember with gratitude the
heroism and sacrifices ot the' soldiers and
sailors of the republic, and no act of ours
shall ever detract from our justly earned
fame or the full rewards of their patriot
ism. U. We are opposed to all further grants
of lands to railroads or other corporations.
The public domain should be held sacred to
12. We l.oid that it is the duty of the
government, in its intercourse with foreign
nations, to cultivate the friendships of peace
bv treating with all on fair and equal terms;
regardinsr it alike dishonorable either to de
mand what is not right, or to submit to
what is wrong.
13. For the promotion an! success of the
several principles and support of the candi
dates nominated by this convention, we in
vite and cordially welcome the co-operation
of all patriotic "citizens, without regard to
p rev km s political atiiiiauoti. '
AUC TIONA ND C OMMISSIOIv
A. II. lliclisii-lsoii9
Corner of Front and Oakstreets,Portland.
Of Real Estate, Groceries, GeneralMerchan
dise and Horses,
Every Wednesday and Saturday !
A. B. Richardson, Auctioneer
AT PRIVATE SALE.
English refined Bar and Bundle Iron
English Square and Octagon Cast steel
Horse shoes, Files, Rasps, saws;
Screws, Fry-pans, sheet iron, R. G.Iron
A largeassortmentof Groceries andLiquors
A. B. Richardsox, Auctioneer
OREGON CITV, OREGON,
RETAIL DEALERS IX
BOOTS & SBIOES,
I also keep constantly on hand
SALEM CASS IM E RES, FLANNELS,
TWEEDS AND BLANKETS,
Which I will sell at the Factory Prices, and
will take wool in exchange.
ZT'l will also pay the highest prices for
Butter. Eggs, and ail kinds of good country
produce. I will sell as low as any house
in Oregon, for Cash or ltserpiivalent in good
KiT Give me a call and sati-fv yourselves
Jan. 13,1871 tf
SPBIN8 a SUMMER 60DDS
JUST RECEIVED AT
BOOTS AND SHOES,
II A R D W ARE. GROCERIES,
CROCKERY, NOTIONS, AC.
MAIN STREET, OREGON CITY.
PRODUCE of all kinds bought, for which I
pay the highest market price.
If you desire aooel (roods, at LOW Prices,
call at I. SELLING'S, and examine his fresh
stock of Spring Goods.
GIVE ME A CALL AND CONVINCE
Mv Motto is, QUICK SALES AND SMALL
For which I will pay the higheet market
April 14. lP71:tf
-;v.n:M MASONIC HALL BUILD-
"Qui ' VJT
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND
for sale, cueap for cash,
and KITCHEN FURNITURE,
Bureaus, Lounges, Rocking Chairs, What
nots, Bedsteads, Wadistands, Curled
Hair and Pulu Matresses, Pulu Pil
lows, Spring Beds, Window
Shades, Pictare Frames,
Mouldings, kc, kc.
PSpectal attention given to Upho'sterv
work in all its branches. Orders filled with
promptness. Repairing done with neatness
and dispatch. Furniture made to order.
jf"Goods delivered to any part of town
free of charge. Call and examine for your
FOR 2 HE MANUFACTORY OF
SASH, BLENDS AND DOORS
AND MOULDINGS OF ALL SIZES.
ens- They will also do TURNING, of evry
description to order,
"With Neatness and Eispatcl.''
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
Shop on the River, in Lewis' shop,
opposite Oregon City Mills.
jP' DEALER IN
BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
IN MYERS' FIRE-PROOF BRICK,
MAIX STREET, OREGON CITT, OREfJOX.
Savier, LaRoqne & Co.,
-t,Keep constantly on hand for sale
Midlines, Rrftn and Chk'kP'i Feed.Par'ies
-.ui chaiag feed must fUny.-!! the sacks.
Business Directory of Portland, Oregon.
PUBLISHED BY L.SAMUEL,
General Advertising Agent, t3 Front Street.
Ackerman's Dollar Store,
Xo.M Pint Street. Importers and Job
bers of Fancy Goods, Toys, Crockery, Glass
ware and Plated Ware.
A stor House. First st ... between Oak and
A. Pine. Everything neat. B. L. Longfei
low, Proprietor. -
EOOKS, STATIONERY AND PERIODICALS,
Agents for Mabie, Todd & Co.'s celebrated
Ivison, Blakeman, Taylor & Co s School
Books. J.t Published, a Jail line of Eegal
Jilanksfor this State.
Barman, the onlv direct Importer of Cloth
ins, Ac, cor. Front & Washington sts.
GHAS.CrB ARRET T,
W nOLES ALE
BOOKS EIXKR STATIONER,
LARGEST STOCK AY rORTLASD.
TSo. 79 Front anil 5JAVasl
1"ECK, WILLIAM & SON, 129 Front st.
Importers and dealers m
Guns, RiflM Revolver
of every description.
Fishing Tackle, Fancy Goods, Heads, Bird
Cages, Baskets. Croquet Games, and
Agents foT the "California Powder orks;
also, for the -'Wheeler - Wilson
Bfck, John A., 120 Front street, practical
Watchmaker & Jeweler. ork done
for the Trade.
IJOOZi AIVJ JOB PUIiXTKI-S.
DIMES & BACH ELDER !3 Front street.
-richam & Beinhart, First st. bet. Oak fc
Pine, importers of Stoves, Ranges,
"Ouchanan, W. A., s. w. cor. firsts layior
Cheapest Furniture House in Port-
n A llT?rrQ WALTER BUO
UiVlVl VJ lO. Frontstrect.
Cllarke, Henderson & Cook, si & S3 First
) street. Dealers iu Dry Goods, Fancy
Clohn k Poseufeld, MS Front st. Commis
; sion Merchants & Dealers in Oregon k
Congle, J. P... Manufacturer & Dealer in
Saddles, Harness, and Saddlery IIard
ware, On Front street.
t currier, W & Co., 103 Front st. Merchant
) Tailors and Clothiers, Hats Furnishing
DeLashnmtt A Oatiuan, .2 Front street.
Real Estate Agents, money loaned,
DENTAL GOODS, liAY!:
1 rout street.
ARI) &CO. 101 Front street. Orders from
anv portion of the State or Territories care
fully tilled by mail or express.
mil, Lowenstein .V Co. Furniture and
1 Carpet dealers Stores from 131 to ICS
Employment Agency. Witlierell .t Hoi
man, 80 Front st. Furnish all kind of
-verdmg.V, lTeebe, 1 Front, street. Com
1 mission Merchants and dealers in Do
ili;nn I .iv-tM-v St.ihlc cor. First Salmon
sts. E. Corbett, Prop. Good turn-outs
always on hand.
TM-hel .V Roberts, cor. Fitst V Washing
st.. Dealers ,"k Manutac. Cothing, Fu
reeland, Dr. B. R., Dentist, Ofnee. N
Dekum's Block, cor. First k, -Vash-
1 ill tV. Steel, 7 and 77 First, strrft. Deal
ers in Book, Stationery, and .uusicat
GRAY'S MUSIC STORE.
The largest Music House on the Const.
STEIXWAY PIANOS, TiSTiOETT ORGANS,
Ci. 1'. DePUASS, Mji linger.
SOI.K ACESCV FOR THE
" SJowc'' Sewing 3Itic5:irie.
JCTT'A g ents want ed . "GA
Hackenev k Strme. Grocers and dealers
in all kinds of Seeds, cor. First and
Hamburger, B., 133 First street, importer
and dealer in Staple Fancy Dry Goods,
Hendee. D. II. , Photographic Artist, s. w.
cor. First and Jlo'irison sts. Child s
Pict. spec lty.
Henrichsen, L. C. k Co., loo First street.
Manufacturer, and dealers in Jewelry,
Hihbard, Geo. L.. iis Front St.. wholesale
dealer in Groceiies, Doors, Wagon Ma
odge, Calef k Co., !'7 Front st., whole
sale dealers in drug-, Paints, Oils,
TJA1 I Sewing Machine, straight
JLV.3IlL needle, under feed, "lock
stitch." Competition challenged. M. E.
T raver, 112 Front st.
Hnrgren k Shindler, Nos. Dirt to 172
First st. Importers Furniture, Bed
International Hotel, cor. Front and Morri
son sts. M. Rudolph, Prop. Free Bass
ohn,J. A Co., 01 Front, st., wholsale and
retail dealer in I-me Clothing, ! urn lin
Maison Doree Restaurant, private rooms
. for Families, cor. 1st and Pine streets.
Q. Voos, Prop.
'artin, E. k Co., wholesale denier iu
. Wines k Liquors, O. S. N. Co's Block,
and San Fran .
eier A Scbmecr, 111 Front st., wholesale
and retail Confectioners.
Miller, John B-, M 1st st. Watchmaker k
Jeweler, oilers to the public a fine as
sortment of Watches. Clocks and Jewelry.
Moeller A Co , Front near C st.. Dealers
in native and foreign Wines, Liquors
VTorthrnp. E. J., Hardware. Iron, Steel,
iM Hubs. Spokes, Hardwood Lumber, d-c,
ccidental Hotel, cor. First and Morrison
sts. Smith A Cook, Proprietors.
Parish, Wat;c.ns k Cornell, Real Estate
Ajrents, 90 FrdM street, bet. Alder and
"OHOTOGRAPHIC GOOD. C. II. Wood
1 ard A Co., 101 Front st.
1ice, J. M..127 Front street, wholsale
V de'a'er in Tinware and Stoves.
1ichter, Paul. 105 First st.. importer of
j Berlin wooden Carvings Parlor Orna
ider. G. C. Real Estate A Money Broker,
j 02 Front etreet. Portland.
I) osenbaum, I. S.ACo.. Tobacconists, import
V ers of Foreign and Domestic Liquors.
uss House, Front st. On First Class Prin
cipal. Thomas Ryau, Proprietor.
Sherlock, S., 61 Front and rt2 First sts ,
dealer in Harness, Saddlery and Sad
imon, J., 56 Front street, dealer in Doors,
Sash & Blinds, Window A Plate (Bass.
Sinsheimer, II. , lo7 First st., importer of
Pianos, Organs, Sheet Music, Music In
kidmore. S. G.. 123 First st. Drusarist A
Apothecary, a large stock of Perlumery
A Toilet Articles.
Smith A Davis, 71 Front street, wholesale
dealer in Drugs, Paints, Oils, Window
Glass, Perfumery, Ac.
Snow A Rons, 73 First street, Pictures,
Frames, Moldings, Artist's Mat'is,Draw
Smith, Put., Broker, SO Front st.
. in Legal Tenders, Go'ernment
and Gold Dust.
OTOXK, B. Xo 107 Front Street.
O Watchmaker & Manufacturing Jeweler
is appointed Agent for the Waltham, Elsjin,
E. Howard A Co., Chas. E. Jacot, and the
California Watches; also, for a!! the produc
tions and imports of the California Jewelry
Company, San Francisco. Send for circular.
Watches repaired in the very best manner
and warranted to give satisfaction.
ri"erry Bros.. No. ITS First street, manufac
JL tnrers and dealers in Furniture, Bed
cling. Carpets, Ac.
r jhe Clothing store. 113 Front st. Clothing,
JL Furnishing Gocds, Boots and Shoes.
Harris A Prager.
''puttie, H. IL, 142 A 144 Front st. Dealer
JL in Wagons A Agricultural Implements.
rPrne, E. D., n. w. cor.
1 dealer in Brandies, Y
w. cor. First A Oak sts.,
ines, Entrlish A le
rpyler, J. A., 147 Front st., wholesale deal
JL er in Butter, Eggs, Cheese, Lard, Ba
7"illiams A Myers, 5 Central Block,
i Front st., Commission Merchants A
deal's in Produce.
IIThallev A Fechheimer, Attorneys A So
Y t lieitorsiu Uaiiki uptey. Ollice in Odd
le Hows lemple.
LOOK OUT FOE GOOD
a a b m.
S. ACSCERMAI. & O.
AVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE
SFIinG & SEJMMEIl GOODS,
WHICH THEY OFFER
Cheaper tftin.j tlte CEea5et.
We would say, come and convince your
self before purchasing elsewhere. Our stock
consists in part of
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY-GOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOE-.
N OT 1 0 NS, G ROCERI ES,
and a great many articles too numerous to
ALSO, Doors, Windows, Glass and Putty.
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE TAKEN IN
EXCHANGE FOR GOODS.
ALSO, AVOOb wanted, for which we pay
the HIGHEST PRICE.
s. ackerts.au St CO.
Oregon City, April 21, 1571:tf
Eye, Ear, Throat & Lungs.
JOHN B. PILIONCtTONj M. D.,
ATE OF SAN FI? A NCI-SCO, HAS LO-
j cated m rortland, Oregon, (mice : In
Holmes Building. First street (three doers
from Lad 1 k Tilton's Bank), where be may
be consulted daily, and will treat diseases
of the above named organs as specialties.
All operations upon the Eve and Eat per
formed in the most scientific and careful
ARTIFICIAL EYES, having all the beatity
and mobility of the natural eye, inserted.
Refers by permission, for his professional
standing, to L. C. Lane, M, D., Professor of
Surgery, anil Edwin Hentley, M. D., Profes
sor of Anatomy, University of the Pacific.
San Francisco; and for his success in the
treatment of cases, to over 1..100 cases tieat
ed bv him, in San Francisco : also, to Levi
Estos, Esq., Rev. T. L. Eliot, Portland ; Wm.
II. Dillon, Esq., Vancouver, W. T. ; and
manv others Oie-rou and Washington Ter
MOOSE AH D LOTS FOB SALE
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
JL sale his residence in Oregon City. There
are. four lots, a good bou-e and barn, with a
fine cellar and a good well of water. There
is plenty of land, and it is well adapted for
early gardening purposes. Part payment
mav be"" made in stock. For particulars &p
piv to GEORGE CLARK.
Ore on City Juna2 lS71tt
REAL ESTATE EXGHANQ
PORTLAND. - - OREGON.
GEO. L. CUKIfcX,
DEALER IN REAL ESTATE AND OTHER
Commissioner Selecting Swamp and Over
Farm Lands sold and purchasers obtained
for all kinds of landed property.
Valuable securities transferred in exchange
for real estate. 3
Loans negotiated on property, and titles
examined and determined.
Commissions solicited and executed with
fidelity and promptness.
OFFICE No. 14 Carter's B wilding, corner
of Alder and Front streets.
Ftb. 3. 1570;tf
t n e
HOUSE WE LIVE ISM
AND T II E
IXIUBITASXS OF THE
rr-'IIE CAUSE OF A GREAT MANY DIS
JL eases, that have been pronounced incur
able by the most eminent physicians, for the
very reason that they overlooked the cause,
and as Dr. Van Den Bergh has made the
Entozoa a life long Study, he would inform
the sick generally that by close observation
and great experiments, has come to the con
clusion that there are more acute and thron
ic diseases caused by Worms, Hydatids, An
imalcuhe, or other species of Entuzoa. The
public generally, or the profession at large,
are not aware of the number of Patients
who are treated by eminent Physicians, lor
this, that, or such a complaint, without any
relief. If the disease had been understood,
a few doses of Dr. Vs. Sovereign. Worm
Jicmely would 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 inhabit the earth? Whatever may be
your thoughts on the subject, it is even so.
Your body may lie but a home for parasites
that crawl over the surface, burrow beneath
the skin, nestle in its entrails, and riot and
propagate their kind in every corner ot its
Trie following is from the San FrincLco
r,ull,Ut, of January tUh, 1S72. (A recent
Car: Yartins recently died In Cleveland,
Ohio, from eating meat infected with the
Oca of Tunam Solium. At the Coroner's
Inquest, on Tuesday, (January 2d.) it was
shown thut three weeks before Christmas,
Martins purchased a carcass f Pork. Some
of the meet was eaten the same day, and
some was made into sausage. About ten
days later, some of the sausage was eaten,
and in a short time the whol'j family were
taken siek. Martins died on Sunday, Decern
ber 31st, 171. Mrs. Martins and her two
children are now very sick, and the fomer is
not likeh to recover. The verdict was in
accordance with the facts. For further par
ticulars, see Cleveland, Ohio, papers at' above
date. A Coroner's Inquest brought this
fact to light.
Now I would ask how many more Mich
deaths a'i imprest would bring to light ?
Ponder well, reader, upon this, and think of
the thousands that die every jcar and no
cr.u.-e can be assigned lor their death. Now
the Question that would naturally enter the
mim! of the reader, is what shall 1 d
advice of the Dr. would be go to some one
that is competent of treating stic-h com
plaints. And who is im-re competent than
the one that has made Worms a speciality.
Tkmas. Yesterday, Dr. J. W. Van Den
Bel gh exhibited to us a number ot parasites
which had been removed from persons af
Uieted; there were several d ilerent species,
oneof which appears to be entirely unknown
to the medical protes-ion. This new taenia
is shaped something like an orange seed,
but perfectly flat, or lather like a cucumber
seed, with a tail about a quarter of an inch
in ki gth. Another was a tape worm 7
feet in length, consisting of !,6oo joints.
Among medical men there exists no little
dill'creiice of opinion relative to the m igin
of these entozoa. On class of writers Re
lieve that these parasites, at least many of
them, originate in the endowment of animal
molecules with vitality from the parent body,
favored by certain states of the vital forces
of that body; the states originating their
organization and promoting their giowtli
and propagation. That ail descriptions of
entozoa are met with far more frequently
where animal food is used in greatest- abund
ance, is an indisputable fact, especially
where the food is the tiesii of the "unclean
beasts." which the Jews and Mohammedans
are forbidden to partake of. But our inten
tion is not to wi ite a thesis upon this subject:
we onlv desire to chronicle the fact that Dr
J. W. Van Den Bergh has found a medicine
a simple vegetable which gtows in r.bund
mice in California, which is a dead shot to
a entozoa, of whatever de-cription, gener
ally accomplishing its object in from an hour
and a half to six hours. Moniihz Call.
Had we the space here, hundreds of testi
monials could be produced, testifying to the
truihof the asseri ion that have here been
made, but it would be useless and would
only occupy the reader's time.
The following are some of the diseases
that Worms-are often mistaken for.
Dyspepsia, Chronic A flections of the Liver
and Kidneys, Consumption, White Swellimr,
Palsy, Spermatorrhoea. Diarrhoea, Inconti
nence of Urine, Gravel, Flor Albas, Diabetes,
Dr. V. would advise those ladies troub'ed
with any Irregularities of the Uterus to t ry
his new remedies and get cured.
Dr. Van Den Bergh's Infallible Worm Syr.
up for Children. 1 lice 1. Warranted" to
expel the worms. Sent everywhere upon
receipt ot price.
Dr. J. W. Van Den Bergh's, Hair Tonic
a sure cure to destroy all animalcuhe of the
Hair Follicles, prevents falling out. and pro
moting the Growth of the Hair. Price l,-"0;
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The afflicted can learn if their disease is
caused by Worms or not; at ail events, Dr.
Van Den Bergh can fell them from what dis
ease they are suffering.
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Letters describing the symptom will be
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distance will be saved the expense and trou
ble of calling upon the Doctor.
Address IiR J. AV. VAX IEf IlKRCill,
P 0. BOX 172, SALEM, OREGON.
PoitTi.Axii, Veb. 10th, IS72.
Dp. J. W. Van Dk.v Bekxit Roar Sir:
Our child, a little girl eight years of age, has
had fits and convulsions for the last twtf
years, and we had tried many doctors and
many remedies without much benefit, in fact
our darlins; was petting constantly worse
nnt'd we beard of your worn syrup thi ough
a fripnd of ours. We thought 'that perhaps
it might do some good to give it a trial, and
you cannot imagine our surprise when over
2o() worms were expelled with one bottle of
your valuable worm syrup, and from this
time on we certainly shall never be without
it so long as there is a possible chance for it
to be had. You are at liberty to publish
this if you choose, and may it do much -ood.
Respectfully vours, S. II. ORTOX.
Symptoms of Worn,
Alternate pa'eness and finshing of he
countenance, dull expression of the eyes,
drowsiness, itching of the nose, a swelled
upper-lip, tonrue whitely fur.-ci and thick
ly speckled with red points, fetid breath,
and enlarged abdomen, a partial or gen
eral swelling or puthngnss of the skin, a
startling in the sleep and grinding of the
teeth, a sensation as if something was lodg
ed in the throaty a gradnal wasting oftl7e
ik'sb. sickness of the stomach, vomiting, a
short and dry cough, appetite sometimes vo
racious, at. other times feeble, bowels some
times costive, other t'mes loose, great fret
fulness and irritability of temper, pains in
the stomach and bowels, colic-, fits, convul
sions and palsy.
If the worm syrup is not to be had in
your town, send orders to the
it will be sent promptly to any address ,
free of express charces. Direct ortlers to
Dr. J. YV. VAX DEX BEROH, j
F. O, Box 172. .Salem, Oregon,
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to cross the Mountains by this route ti
is plenty ot good water and grass on i ,
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across is only 5o miles being the shorten9
well as the best road over the Cascade M
tains. Stock droves and emigrant will k"'
it to their advantage to travel over thU
Toles reasonable. "'Mov..
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Clackamas county, June 21st, 1872
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thanks to hi numerous jntiirds for tier
patronage, and would take this ( p -otturiiy
to remind them that, he roiitiiitio ti (hm.,'
at his Institute for tl e cine of hnri re
cuses of the Lunrs. Liver, Kidneys-, hici
tive and (ienito-Urii.aiy Orcur.s, nu 'l
rivate diseases, viz : Syphilis in all its f'-tti 9
and stages, Seminal Vtakne?s ardalltft
horrid consequences cf self-abuvc. " r tr-ha-a,
(Jleet, Strictures, Nocturnal rnri J'iiT
nal Emissions, Sexual lability, 1 !it i-s-ff cf
the Back and Loins-, iiifian main n rf tie
Bladder and K idney s, et . ; and If Itps
that his long experience and sticces;-'"! rrc
tice will continue to insure him a hi erf of
ublic patronage. By the practice f v cr t
years in Europe and the United State?,
enabled toapjily the mcst cflicimt rrdsno
cessful remedies against diseases of oil k rf's
lie us's no mercury, clinrpcs n.oderan-,tn-u
his patients in a correct and hoi ori.Lit .',
and has references of unquestionable urnn
tv from men of known respectability
high standing in society. X 11 parlies err.
suiting him by letter of otherwif-r, will
ceive the test " and gentlest treatment aid
To Ff males.
M'hen a female ism trouble or f.fi'ir'";
with disease, as weakness of the b ai k 11
limbs, pain in the bead, d im rif-ss f t-h 1 '
loss of muscular power, palpitat e n ( t ,re
heart, irritability, nervousness, (xmr.err
inarj difliculties, derangement of iicf''',p
functions, general debility, vaginit'?, Vil
eases of the womb, hysteiia, steiilhy n', '
other diseases peculiar to females, f-1 cm '"
go or write at once to the cehbtxted Ur;t'e
doctor, W. K. DOIIEKTY, at his .Me.Hrid In
stitute, and consult him about l.er tirl'
and disease. The Doctor is ef t-ctii c " "p
cures than any other phy sician in tl ( J"!l'e
of California." Let no false dclicucy rurtrt
ou, but apply immediately and sai e .vJ,rft,'
from painful Pvjferii. f and prrmaturr t'rii'"
All married ladies, whose efdicfite l':1'''
other circumstances prevent an ire'fi ' 9
their families -hou!d write or call ut 1 R- "
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To Correspond nt
Patients residing in any part oft-hef
however distant, who mav'desire the op't"
and adviceof DR.DOI1ERTY in their iI,c
five cases, and who think proper to sid n 1
written statement of such, in prefe k' l( ,
holding a personal iatetview, are reM".',
ly assured that their eommunicatk rs wm.
held sacred and confidential. If tlie raff
fuljy and oandirtly described, perse n-H e
municarion will be unnecessary, " -t '
tions for diet, regimen and the general rr
ment of tne case'itself (inclnelir ? xf rf 1
dies), will be forwarded without 'u
in such a manner as to convey no m '
purport of the letter or parrel se.ttar-1 '' '
iJ-Consultation--by letter or '"''V
FREE. rermanentcureguarantecciOt rop".-
DR. DOIIERTY has just published an r
portant pamphlet, embodyinc hisewn v" f
and experiences in relation to I nr. pet en '
Virility; being a Short Treatise en .r'r" A
torrha-a or Seminal Weakness, Nervei:.6
Thvsical lability consequent on
tion, and other diseases of the Sexual t'rE
This little work contains inforrratie a et
utmost value to aM.whether marrieelnr"1
and will be sent FREE by mail on rccf'P
six cents in postage stamps for retur3 P -"
W. K. DOHFRTV.M--julySOly
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