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THE 

CRIME 



OF 



VACCINATION 



OR 



BACTERIA, X. Y. Z. 



BY 



TENISON DEANE, M. D. 

SAN FRANCISCO. CALIF. 

Formerly A. A. Surgeon, U. S. Army; A. Police Surgeon, S» F. 

Assistant Surgeon S. F. Emergency Hospital; Adjunct to Chair 

of Surgery, Post Graduate School of Medicine, University 

of California; Assistant Skin and Venereal Clinic, 

S. F. Polyclinic; Prof, of Surgery, Pacific 

Coast Regular College of Medicine; 

Lecturer on Surgical Pathology 

and Bacteriology, Etc 



1913 



U. S. Copyright, 1913, by Tenison Deane, If. D. 

British Copyright, 1913, by Tenison Deanc, M. D. 

All rights and translations reserved. 



G. W. and A. P. W. 

Who have done much toward the advancement 
of Medical Science. 



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CONTENTS. 

Chapter I — Introduction 

Chapter II — The Crime 10 

Chapter III — What Is Vaccina or Cowpox? 12 

Chapter IV — Vaccina Is Syphilis of the 

Cow 18 

Chapter V — Diphtheria and Tuberculosis 
Are Stages of Modified or 
Bovine Syphilis 25 

Chapter VI — Bacilli Are Nature's Scaven- 
gers and Not the Causes of 
Any Diseases 28 

Chapter VII— Bacteria X. Y. Z 37 

Chapter VIII — Substitute for Cowpox Vac- 
cination 44 



DEANE'S CLASSIFICATION 



OF 



SYPHILIS WITH SEQUELAE 



SYPHILIS (BACTERIA X) 



SECONDARY SYMPTONS (B X' 



TERTIARY MANIFESTATIONS <B V 



COW POX OR VACCINIA 'B - X" 



DIPHTHERIA <B - X) 



TUBERCULOSIS <B Y> 



INHERITED SCROFULA <B-Y> CANCER (B-Z; 



INHERITED SYPHILIS (B + Y) 

T 



SCROFULA (B -> Y) 



CANCER 'B Z) 




LEPROSY (B -. Z) 



The Crime of Vaccination 



CHAPTER I. 
Introduction. 



A GREAT DISCOVERY is universally ac- 
claimed by this name at the moment 
of its birth. It is as an infant whose 
parents and their friends vociferously herald 
its advent and prophesy its greatness. 

The public is ever anxious to welcome any 
innovation when it has within it the infinite 
possibilities of the unknown coupled with the 
marvelous. 

Generally some element of truth is present 
as an excuse for its existence. Whether suf- 
ficient of this be present or not only time and 
the future can determine. 

It must run its circle to test its verity dur- 
ing the labor of proof. 

If it were not greeted with enthusiasm it 
would hardly be given a trial. This very 

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enthusiasm at its birth is the momentum that 
carries it to the completion of the circle and 
finally determines its status and its truth. 

As De Bruyire said, "The last thing we learn 
about anything is where to begin." 

From notes, researches, and experiments 
made since 1 889 facts have been elucidated, 
which will at first excite wonder, and which 
must then certainly stimulate deeper and more 
thorough investigation in the bacteriological 
field. 

With more than twenty years of experiment 
and study in general practice and in the labora- 
tory, the author has satisfied himself of facts, 
which may seem astounding to the present 
workers in the bacteriological field. That they 
will come to his way of thinking after investi- 
gating and experimenting along the lines on 
which he has been working admit of no argu- 
ment. 

He has not made known his discoveries up 
to the present time for fear that a half- 
proven theory would only bring ridicule from 
the profession, but now that he has proved 

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to himself without a doubt that he is abso- 
lutely correct, and beyond a point where his 
discoveries can be disproved, he is ready and 
here gives his findings to the scientific world. 

Progress in medicine, as in all branches of the 
arts, is advanced more by the blunders made 
and corrected than by original discoveries. 

Evolution progresses in circles, and in its 
journey if errors are observed and corrected, 
and the original theory constantly improved, by 
the time that it arrives at its starting point, it 
is found to be on a higher plane. If its plane 
is not elevated during its circuitous route it be- 
comes obsolete. 

To take stock of and to summarize all the 
accepted facts of today, will show that with all 
the study and work expended in the bacterio- 
logical field it has not been raised to the elevated 
plane that it should reach, owing to the fact 
that scientists have often accepted too much as 
their fundamental principles upon which to 
base their experiments, involving errors from 
the beginning that up to the present time have 
not been corrected. 

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CHAPTER II. 
The Crime. 

THE greatest mistake ever made, and what 
was actually universally accepted by the 
medical world as a truth, turns out to 
be an error, the enormity of which can never 
be equaled nor half appreciated. The damage 
it has wrought in the human family will be 
readily seen, and the correction should be made 
without delay, for every hour places a black 
mark against those who are the keepers of 
the people's health. 

Let us hold an autopsy on this error, which 
will show itself to be an ignorant procedure 
and an obsolete practice. Then let us bury 
the mistake which is a privilege allowed the 
medical profession. 

This error was handed to us by Dr. Jenner 
when he discovered a prophylactic for small- 
pox. There never was, nor is there now, a 
doubt that the inoculation of cowpox into the 
human blood is a prophylactic against smallpox. 
Why? We do not know. Is that a scientific 
procedure? Has the germ of cowpox, or 
vaccina, as it is called, been discovered? Has 

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the germ of smallpox been discovered? No. 
Then we are still on the level of knowledge, in 
this particular, with the savage and his herb. 
Tradition is his teacher. He accomplishes what 
he sets out to do — the reason why is unneces- 
sary. 

From writings we can only form a poor esti- 
mate of what a scourge and pestilence the 
dreaded disease of smallpox was, and today 
we can safely say that, due to the inoculation 
of the human family with cowpox, passing 
through five generations, smallpox is practically 
extinct. 

This was truly a blessing in disguise, for, 
while it prevented smallpox, it scattered broad- 
cast other diseases or sequelae which are today 
a dread to all, as were the periodical epidemics 
of smallpox in the beginning. 

Vaccina is a widely different type of disease 
from smallpox, the latter being an acute, self- 
limiting, eruptive, contagious fever. It was dis- 
covered that while the blood was poisoned with 
one disease it was immune against the con- 
tagion of another, when the etiology of neither 
was known. 

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CHAPTER III. 
What Is Vaccina or Cowpox? 

THE father of the "Great Discovery" of 
vaccination observed that many persons 
who lived on the western coast of England 
were immune to smallpox, and when epidemics 
infested those localities certain persons among 
the working-class, although exposed, were ex- 
empt from the disease. 

That was the district of the dairy industry. 
A disease was discovered among the cows that 
manifested itself as a sore on the udders of the 
cow and was circulated and reinfected among 
the animals through the medium of the milk- 
ers' hands. 

This disease developed on the hands of the 
milkers and in many cases spread from their 
hands to their mouths or to other parts of their 
bodies where their uncleansed hands might in- 
fect. This was a cow's disease, pure and 
simple. Pure, because it was found on the 
part of the cow from which the innocent milk 
came, and the inference was that it was harm- 
less as milk. No one died from this infection, 

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and the immediate manifestation disappeared, 
leaving no visible injury. 

What did develop later in these persons was 
never connected with the primary inocula- 
tion. Ailments that these persons might suffer 
from later, found in other parts of the body, 
could not with any common-sense reasoning 
be traced back to the milkers* sores. Those 
who milked cows in this part of the country 
lived in the open and were a sturdy, healthy 
class of people. The real battles their 
phagocytes fought were never recorded. 

While we are lauding the health of these 
young men and women and how lightly this 
serious infection was regarded by them, we 
must trace the cause a little farther back and 
not charge all this unknown result to the inno- 
cent fountain of milk. 

We must take note that, besides the dairy 
industry in the country around the Bristol 
Channel, this part of the country was the 
center for shipping of the world and that 
sailors and adventurers were dumped on this 
soil after long voyages that took these men 

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into many ports, landing them here full of 
adventures of all kinds, experience, and also 
syphilis. 

Hygiene was unknown, and dirty hands and 
other things were not given much, if any, at- 
tention. Here is where syphilis was spread. 
The dairy maid did not tell her secrets, 
but with all her troubles spit on her unclean 
hands and went to milking. Is there any 
wonder that the cows' udders were infected 
and that innocent milkers were infected through 
abrasions on their hands, etc.? 

Is it not a fact without the possibility of a 
doubt that vaccina or cowpox is syphilis inocu- 
lated into the cow through human infection? 

Dr. Jenner took this bovine syphilis and vac- 
cinated the healthy baby and all who wished 
to be fortified against the possible contagion 
of smallpox. 

After twenty- two years of observation and 
investigation the author states that no uncured 
syphilitic can contract smallpox, and we all 
know that those inoculated with bovine syphilis 
are to a lesser degree immune. 

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With this modified form of syphilis in their 
blood and tissues smallpox would, if it should 
develop, appear in a strikingly milder form. 

When a person contracts syphilis in the 
recognized way, with the memories of terrible 
tales told of this most loathsome disease, to- 
gether with a guilty conscience, is it a wonder 
that fear besets them? 

In this nervous condition and with possibly 
lowered vitality from often repeated debauches 
the victim secures the services of a doctor. 
The wise doctor knows that mercury is the 
specific remedy that will kill the cause, so the 
patient is forthwith mercurialized. 

The patient is between two fires, and we 
will leave it to the therapeutist to determine 
which fire is signaling to him in later years. 

We forget to fortify nature's weapons and 
to use our mercury physiologically, reserving 
it as a remedy to keep the blood constituents 
in normal proportion. Blood-counts are the 
mile-posts for the exhibition of mercury. 

These facts are only mentioned to call your 

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attention to what nature's own method of cure 
can accomplish and why those who are vac- 
cinated with cowpox, while in perfect health, 
are delighted with the initial lesion that de- 
velops on their arm. They are told with all 
assurance that it has taken and that they are 
safe. 

No treatment is ever instituted after vac- 
cination to purify the blood, which is just as 
reasonable after one initial lesion as the other. 

Nature combats all diseases, and it is only 
when it falls short that the doctor pieces it 
out with his remedies. 

This tragedy of vaccination makes Shakes- 
peare's "Hamlet" a tame tale. 

For 1 25 years the human race has inocu- 
lated itself and babes in arms with syphilis, 
thank God for the modification, but syphilis 
just the same. This poison it has never tried 
to cure or eradicate from the system, and for 
fear that the strength might leave the tissues, 
revaccination is again resorted to. 

The skeptical and the dutiful followers of 

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science who do not think or experiment for 
themselves, but store away in their brains as 
facts and truth whatever they happen to hear, 
may doubt these statements and will want to 
have proofs that this harmless vaccination (?) 
has any sequelae. 

In closing this story, which is truly a tragedy, 
the author will devote a chapter later to prove 
that sequelae follow vaccina. 

In doing this, a picture of the bacteriological 
errors will be presented for inspection. With 
errors corrected and missing links supplied the 
chain will be complete, and a correct classi- 
fication of diseases will be made, which at 
present are scattered around in the fog of 
mystery and ignorance. 

Many investigators in this department of 
medicine have taken up the work where their 
predecessors ceased and, while in error, won- 
der why they cannot make greater haste in their 
obscured mysterious field. 



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CHAPTER IV. 
Vaccina Is Syphilis of the Cow. 

NOTES taken from cases beginning 1889. 
The summary of the findings from these 
notes here follows: 

Every reader, if he doubts, will have a start- 
ing point for investigation for himself. 

Question I. Why will a person who has 
syphilis (uncured) not contract smallpox? 

Question II. Why will a person who has 
had syphilis not "take," as it is called, when 
vaccinated with vaccina or cowpox? 

Question III. Why will a person recently 
vaccinated not contract the initial lesion of 
syphilis when liberally exposed, not previously 
even having had a venereal disease? 

History of a case: Two men kept company 
with a woman who afterward was found to 
have contracted syphilis from an outside source. 
One of these men did not contract the disease, 
but the other did, both repeatedly exposing 
themselves to the infection, up to the time the 
secondary showed on the woman. Both men 

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were veterans of the Spanish War and were 
thoroughly vaccinated. The one who got the 
initial lesion suffered from a chancre in an ex- 
ceedingly mild form, which disappeared in 20 
days without any treatment, and under con- 
stant observation for 2 years no secondary 
symptom ever developed. This was in 1899. 

The woman took treatment for 7 months 
after the secondary symptoms showed them- 
selves. She died of cancer of the uterus in 
1910. Both men, who were perfectly healthy 
in 1899, were suffering from tuberculosis in 
1912. 

Question IV. Why, if one half of the chil- 
dren of a family be vaccinated with vaccina, 
will only those who were vaccinated develop 
diphtheria when an epidemic of tonsillitis at- 
tacks the family? 

History of a case: The author will relate 
this case, the one that started him in his in- 
vestigation and study on this subject. June 
1 5th, 1 889, the author was spending his vaca- 
tion on the ranch of a wealthy farmer in the 
northern part of the state of California, fifteen 

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miles from the nearest town, a farm of 10,000 
acres and no immediate neighbors. The farmer 
had a wife and seven children. The foreman, 
a negro, had a wife and five children. None 
had ever been vaccinated. Six of them were 
selected and vaccinated by the author: 

The farmer's wife, age 43 years. 

The farmer's daughter, age 6 years. 

The farmer's son, age 8 years. 

The farmer's son, age 25 years. 

The negro foreman, age 46 years. 

His son, age 1 2 years. 

All the rest were left out and were not 
afterward vaccinated. 

August 1st, 1890, the farmer, his wife, and 
five children went to the mountain ranch forty 
miles away, taking with them the foreman, 
his wife, and five children. There had been 
no diphtheria in the town nor any in their 
neighborhood. The mountain ranch was an 
uninhabited virgin pine forest district with pure 
water, where they took up their camp. 

August 24th an epidemic of sore throat and 
canker sores developed among the children. 

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Farmer's daughter, seven years old, son, nine 
years old, and foreman's son, thirteen years 
old, developed very serious throat and consti- 
tutional symptoms and were taken to the home 
ranch, from where a doctor was sent for. 
Diphtheria was the diagnosis. The farmer's 
wife also developed diphtheria. All the rest 
who had not been vaccinated cured rapidly of 
their sore throats. The farmer's daughter, 
seven years old, died. The farmer's son, nine 
years old, did not recuperate for one year. The 
farmer's wife, 44 years old, had paralysis and 
sequelae which lasted over one year. The 
foreman's son, thirteen years old, became very 
weak and did not return to normal health. 

The treatment used by the doctor who was 
in constant attendance was: Tr. Ferri Chloride, 
Insufflations of Sulphur and Calomel; afterward 
Syr. Ferri Iodidi and Kali Iodidi. 

In 1893, the farmer's son, 29 years old, died 
in Los Angeles, Cal., of tubercular intestinal 
trouble; in 1900, the foreman, at 57 years of 
age, died of tubercle or cancer of larynx; in 
1902, the foreman's son, 25 years old, died 

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of tuberculosis; in 1909, the farmer's wife, 
63 years old, died of cancer; in 1911, the 
farmer's son, 30 years old, died of tubercular 
meningitis. 

The farmer died of old age. All the rest 
are living and in perfect health, nor have they 
ever been vaccinated. No tuberculosis has 
shown in any of those living, nor is there any 
family history of tuberculosis. All who were 
vaccinated in 1 889 are now dead. 

Mrs. A. of Mendocino County had 1 2 chil- 
dren. In 1 888 was in Ukiah with her children. 
Had six of the younger ones vaccinated. In 
1889 her whole family developed sore throats. 
The six who were vaccinated all died within 
one week of diphtheria. 

After sufficient observations, the author when 
called to a case of sore throat, tonsillitis, 
pharyngitis, laryngitis, croup, or quinsy, made 
it a rule to ask if the patient had been vac- 
cinated and examined the scar. The rule that 
he adopted in his practice was "diphtheria 
cannot be diagnosed or found in the patient 
who has not been previously vaccinated." 

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Question V. Why will the Wassermann 
and Noguchi tests show positive in persons 
recently vaccinated who have never contracted 
syphilis nor inherited it? 

Question VI. Why will diphtheria antitoxin 
control syphilitic lesions, especially secondary 
symptoms? 

Question VII. Why is mercury a specific in 
diphtheria? 

Question VIII. Why is leprosy a plague in 
the Hawaiian Islands, which has developed so 
since sailors imported syphilis there? 

With climatic conditions and virgin healthy 
susceptible tissues, soon the entire country was 
inoculated. Syphilitic parents on both sides 
propagated children with inherited syphilis. 
Leprosy has been called syphilis in its fourth 
stage. Dr. Fitch claimed that this was the case 
and that in this tissue, with climatic influence, 
the disease of syphilis ran a more rapid and 
varying course with a fourth stage: Leprosy. 

History of a case: In 1890, father, mother, 
and two children were all vaccinated. No pre- 
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vious vaccination nor history of syphilis ac- 
quired; inherited no tuberculosis. Mother mis- 
carried two months later. The next child, born 
fourteen months later, was markedly scrofu- 
lous, and the child born two years after this 
was also scrofulous. The first two children of 
this family are still alive, and the last two 
have died of tuberculosis. 

The mother developed cancer two years ago 
and died. The father, who is alive, developed 
psoriasis. Three intravenous injections of sal- 
varsan caused marked improvement, when all 
previous treatment had no effect. 

The author will now take up the bacterio- 
logical part of this subject. When first brought 
to the investigator's notice, it will cause doubt, 
wonder, then investigation, and lastly the truth, 
universally accepted, which the author prays 
will not be further delayed. 



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CHAPTER V. 

Diphtheria and Tuberculosis Are Stages of 
Modified or Bovine Syphilis. 

IN the Dark Ages of Medicine, when Dr. 
Jenner showed a candle light for the moths 
of science to singe their wings, it was dis- 
covered that the inoculation of one disease 
produced the immunity against the infection of 
another disease widely and pathologically dif- 
ferent. The etiology of neither being known, 
syphilis, a chronic blood disease remaining 
through the entire life of the patient, appear- 
ing in four separate stages, and manifesting 
itself pathologically in an endless number of 
ways in every imaginable form that a devia- 
tion of healthy tissue can show itself, is inocu- 
lated in its modified form, vaccina, into the 
human family to prevent the possible contagion 
of an acute, self-limiting fever. This fever is 
highly contagious, while the disease inoculated 
is only infectious, not contagious, and only 
transmitted through a scratch or abrasion di- 
rectly producing a culture in the blood of the 
patient. 

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Why should the presence of one disease for- 
tify the blood against another widely different 
in every respect — one an incurable or uncured 
chronic inheritable malady with the largest 
assortment of sequelae, the other a self -limit- 
ing fever without a single sequela? Why? 
Neither Jenner, nor anyone else today, can 
answer this freak truth in nature. 

The author will state some facts, of which 
he has already satisfied himself, and he asks 
you to start at the beginning and disprove his 
assertions if your investigations and experi- 
ments can do so. To make any headway in 
bacteriological science one must throw out the 
errors that have been nursed into what looks 
like a fully accepted theory, for whatever way 
one tries to utilize the false theory, it will not 
work out with any scientific correctness. 

The specific form of contagion of smallpox 
has never been discovered. For the present we 
will drop this disease from our consideration, 
as it has nothing to do with, or is it in the 
class with, those that follow. 

The specific bacteria of syphilis is still miss- 

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ing and also the bacteria of vaccina or cowpox. 
The specific bacteria, the cause of the follow- 
ing so-called diseases, still remain undiscovered: 

Scrofula Diphtheria 

Tuberculosis Leprosy 

Cancer 

Only those are mentioned that have direct 
relation to the subject. 

Syphilis, vaccina, diphtheria, tuberculosis, 
and leprosy, all have a bacillus that is given 
the credit of being the cause. The true spe- 
cific germ that is the cause of these conditions, 
including cancer, still remains undiscovered. 

When this disease, syphilis, is subdivided 
into its stages, sequelae, and varied manifesta- 
tions, it will be left to the bacteriologists to dis- 
cover the real culprit, to which there is a sub- 
stantial clue. 



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CHAPTER VI. 

Bacilli Are Nature's Scavengers and Not the 
Causes of Any Diseases. 

BACILLI are the product and not the cause 
of any disease. 

The specific bacteria that cause the dis- 
eases, which up to the present time are not dis- 
covered, will be found when bacteriological 
technic is improved and the magnifying power 
of microscopes is increased, so that germs that 
cannot now be seen will be plainly discerned 
and classified. 

The makers of microscopes have been satis- 
fied with supplying the demand. The inventors 
in this mechanical department have shown 
themselves to be exceedingly unprogressive. 
The word "CAN'T," which is not in the vo- 
cabulary of mechanical nomenclature in the 
present era, is hewed out in letters of stone and 
hung around the necks of microscopical manu- 
facturers. 

Who will be the inventor of an improved 
modern microscope wherein the proper ratio of 
multiplication of light power will be produced 

page twenty-eight 



to sustain increased magnifying power; with 
motion photographs taken, which will be again 
enlarged in throwing them upon a screen, until 
we shall be able to see motion photograph 
plays with bacteria, at present undiscovered, 
which will play the principal roles in the dramas 
produced when the bacteria X. Y. Z. will be 
in the A. B. C. class with the bacteriologist. 
Sections will then be made of the bacilli, and 
the specific bacteria that they carry and propa- 
gate within their bodies will be individually 
studied and properly classified. 

What is a bacillus? A rod-shaped organism 
found only where there is dead tissue and de- 
composition. To claim that a bacillus is the 
cause of a disease, that it is the specific bac- 
teria producing a special disease, is prepos- 
terous. Bacilli can be grown in cultures, and 
if taken from a particular disease, will at the 
same time that they are propagated breed the 
particular undiscovered bacteria, with which 
their bodies are infected and which is the true 
cause of the disease; and this is why, if these 
cultures are inoculated, the original disease will 
be reproduced in healthy tissue. Bacilli are 

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found everywhere in every kind of dead and 
decomposed organic matter. 

The diseases that are claimed up to the 
present time to be produced by a bacillus are 
only the pathological conditions that develop 
dead tissue and that cannot be absorbed or 
eliminated, with the result of decomposition 
and the presence of bacilli. The true bacteria 
undiscovered, this microscopical maggot was 
naturally accepted as the cause. 

Bacilli are only found in the manifestations 
of a disease, and if they appear to cause a 
condition it is only that their bodies are in- 
fected with the true bacteria. The reason why 
great, new discoveries are periodically heralded 
and tried for the cure of these diseases, of 
which the bacillus is given as a cause, and 
with the same results of nothing accomplished, 
is because a cure or preventive is sadly needed. 
This all proves that the true cause of the dis- 
ease has not been found, and until it is, guess- 
ing and trying every foolish conceivable thing 
will go on. Turtles, lizards, and snakes will 
get into our pharmacopea, and we may soon 

page thirty 



find ourselves in the same dark pit of medical 
superstition into which Chinese medicine has 
fallen. 

Not to wander too far from the original 
subject and reach out into wilds as unex- 
plored as the special subject we are discuss- 
ing, we will limit ourselves to that patho- 
logical branch of which syphilis is the parent. 
When the head waters are found, it will be 
easy drifting down the stream, picking up the 
true classification and treatment. "Exact 
knowledge of the truth," is the boat we can all 
be carried in. It can safely be accepted that 
where we have a bacillus that is thought to 
be the specific bacterium of a disease, we can 
be sure that the true bacterium has not been 
found. A list of bacilli found will here be 
given so that you can see that the author is 
correct in his assertion that bacilli are only 
products found in decayed organic matter. 
Spirillum belongs to this class. 

(See Appendix for list of Bacilli and Spirilli.) 

Are they not the flies and maggots of bac- 
teriology and no more the cause of a disease 

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than is a fly? They undoubtedly carry the 
true causative germ on and in their bodies, 
and are really the scavengers of diseased tissue. 

Taking up separately the conditions that 
descend from the parent cause, we see now 
how the microscopist has up to the present 
time, unnoticed and unknowingly, really class- 
ified this disease, compelled by the bacilli found, 
into the group of diseases and sequelae, as 
follows : 

SYPHILIS. 

Lustgarten's Bacillus of Syphilis: 
Similar in all respects with the Tubercular 
Bacillus, discovered in 1884. 

Van Niessen's Bacillus of Syphilis: 
Resembled in every way the Klebs-Loeffler 

Bacillus of Diphtheria and vaccina, discovered 

in 1899. 

VACCINA. 

Klein in 1892 discovered a bacillus for vac- 
cina, and in 1899 Van Niessen discovered his 
bacillus of syphilis, which was identical. 

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DIPHTHERIA. 

Klebs and Loeffler discovered the bacillus of 
diphtheria; in 1899 Van Niessen discovered that 
the Klebs-Loeffler bacillus was identical with 
his bacillus of syphilis and Klein's bacillus of 
vaccina. 

TUBERCULOSIS. 

Koch in 1882 discovered the bacillus of 
tuberculosis. It was found to resemble Han- 
sen's bacillus of leprosy, discovered by Hansen 
in 1 87 1 ; it resembled the Klebs-Loeffler bacil- 
lus of diphtheria, and also was similar to Lust- 
garten's bacillus of syphilis. 

LEPROSY. 

Hansen in 1871 discovered a bacillus of 
leprosy, and when Koch discovered the tuber- 
cular bacillus, it was found to be similar. 

CANCER. 

No one claims a bacillus for cancer in any 
of its forms, but just the same the true germ, 
not a bacillus, is present, as in all of the stages 
of this pathological disorder. The reason why 

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a bacillus has not been found in this malady 
is because this stage takes on a different form 
than death and decay of tissue, as it shows 
itself in increased circulation and growth and 
rapid proliferation of cells. This is another 
strong proof against the theory that bacilli are 
the cause of any diseased condition. 

The true germ is present, but the bacillus 
cannot live in this manifestation. If we had 
the protecting work of the scavenger, "The 
Bacillus,* * here, results might not be so malig- 
nant. Bacilli encompass the true bacteria when 
found in the pathological manifestation. There- 
fore cultures of the bacilli do produce unob- 
served cultures of the specific bacteria, and 
hence antitoxin serums and vaccine bacterins 
possess the specific power that is claimed for 
them, and hence any successful results. 

Antitoxin of diphtheria, typhoid vaccine, 
bacterins, etc., which possess positive wonder- 
ful results, are all examples of the above state- 
ment. 

The culture of bacilli is unsatisfactory in 
many cases, due to their being deprived of 

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their true source of nourishment, which is rot- 
ten, decomposed matter. It is only when the 
culture medium becomes decomposed that one 
can with any degree of success produce a cul- 
ture. 

The bacilli are all practically in the same class 
with the varying changes of shape and habit 
as we expect to find in any biological species. 

The different methods required to cultivate 
different colonies, the varying colors, and after- 
ward the separate staining processes necessary, 
are all due to the different bacteria that they 
are mixed with, taking on changed properties 
and idiosyncrasies in accordance with the spe- 
cial diseased germ which they have in and 
around their bodies. 

Do we examine the great circulating fluids 
of the body and find bacilli, when we 
know that the body is infected with a disease 
and the specific bacteria are positively travel- 
ing through the circulation and are in all the 
living tissues? No. We look for and find the 
misleading bacillus only in the broken-down 

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dead tissue, which is the pathological manifesta- 
tion of a disease of that class. 

Enough has been said to satisfy the best in- 
formed, who will require little time to prove 
to themselves that the author's statements are 
true. 



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CHAPTER VII. 
Bacteria X. Y. Z. 

THESE bacteria X. Y. Z. are very small, 
and widely different from other disease- 
producing germs. They have not been 
recognized, due to their size and different prop- 
erties, and due also to other reasons, later to 
be described. 

For the present the author gives this bac- 
terium the name Bacterium X. Y. Z. 

This germ is the cause of the following dis- 
eases : 

Syphilis } 

Vaccina or Cowpox > X 

Diphtheria ) 



Tuberculosis 
Scrofula 

Tertiary Syphilitic 
Manifestation 



Leprosy 
Cancer 



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This same bacterium in X. Y. and Z. and 
perhaps in many more stages of development 
takes on specific producing power of like pro- 
ducing like in the evolutionary stage in which 
the germ is found and reinoculated. This same 
germ produces diphtheria when taken from 
diphtheria product, or tuberculosis if taken 
from tuberculosis manifestations, etc. 

If the cause or specific bacterium is the same 
in all the above-named pathological demonstra- 
tions, then these names are only given to stages 
and sequelae of the one primal disease, 
SYPHILIS. The advent of the disease appears 
on the body at the point of infection, and is 
accepted as the initial lesion or chancre appear- 
ing after the specific germ has saturated the 
body fluids. It is the sore in vaccina and is the 
same slightly modified in vaccination. The 
other steps follow according to the condition, 
idiosyncrasies, and combative power of the pro- 
tective forces of each individual and the effect- 
iveness of treatment if administered. 

Considering each stage separately the author 
will endeavor to convince you to his way of 

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thinking that the one disease shows itself in 
various phases caused by this specific germ. 
Accepting that this bacterium in growing older 
and maturing passes through various phases 
and changes in its existence, as we see in ani- 
mal life everywhere — as the tadpole changes 
to the frog, the caterpillar to the butterfly, the 
egg and its evolution, the infant and man — 
all passing through various stages and phases, 
so also the bacteria X. Y. Z. produce upon 
inoculation the manifestations according to the 
stage they happen to be in at the time of in- 
fection. 

We do know that its strongest character- 
istic is its infectiousness in its earliest age, se- 
lecting its life dwelling place. Transplanting into 
healthy tissue occurs in all its stages, but not 
so common or with the degree of ease as in 
its earlier age. 

If the chancre of humans is inoculated from 
human to human we expect to see secondary 
symptoms following shortly. If modified, as 
in inoculation of cow syphilis, this rule is a 
little changed, secondary following immediately, 

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markedly milder or masked. The next symp- 
toms are demonstrated in the throat if the germ 
is ripe and virulent in the economy and the 
throat is in an abnormal condition at this time 
with pharyngitis and stomach disorders or ton- 
sillitis and if the field is prepared for pathologi- 
cal demonstration then diphtheria is manifested. 

As children have not been exposed to infec- 
tion from human syphilis, the germ is inocu- 
lated through vaccination of cow syphilis. Tak- 
ing in a modified form it is nevertheless the 
original germ, which when put into the child's 
blood remains there for life with no effort ever 
made to treat the little victim with mercury and 
other antisyphilitic remedies. 

The antitoxin comes in now as the accepted 
specific remedy for treatment, which is the true 
antitoxin of bacteria X., and which is propagated 
along with their carriers, the bacilli Klebs- 
LoefHer, and in this misunderstood, rough way 
the good work has been achieved, previous to 
the discovery of the true bacteria. 

Patients with diphtheria who survive after a 
thorough treatment with .diphtheria antitoxin are 

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also very probably cured of modified syphilis with 
which the blood was infected. 

The next manifestation we have of syphilis 
or cow syphilis is tuberculosis. Since vaccination 
of vaccina, this germ has been sown and inocu- 
lated broadcast, so compelled by cruel, ignorant 
laws, and the cure will never be achieved so 
long as the cause is present. 

We have the tertiary forms of syphilis follow- 
ing more from direct human inoculation than 
from the bovine modification — then the inherited 
forms where one and where both parents are 
affected, coming before us in the form of scrof- 
ula and leprosy. 

Since carcinoma and sarcoma are included in 
this classification, mention of them must be made 
here, but until bacteria X. Y. Z. are actually 
placed in the A. B. C. role, we will not be able 
to definitely describe these forms. 

These tumors take on a different aspect. They 
are growing bodies with rapid cell proliferation, 
increased blood supply, becoming heterogeneous, 
and abnormal exuberant growths, when open 

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suppurating and throwing their live cells off so 
rapidly that there is no opportunity for proper 
decomposition, so as to harbor a bacillus as a 
supposed cause. So, even with the multitude 
of bacilli, not one of them can adopt the cancer; 
however, the bacteria Z. is there. 

While the bacillus has been looked upon as the 
cause and enemy in these pathological manifesta- 
tions, we may find that this bacillus after all, is 
the true friend, and an adjunct to nature placed 
there to hold the true pathogenic germ under 
subjection. Imprisoned in their bodies until 
thrown off by the economy with the dead tissue 
and suppuration, they take up the work where 
the phagocytes fall short. 

The non-pathogenic bacilli, as the prodigiosus 
and lacto-bacillus, we know, when thrown into 
the body alive, accomplish wonderful results in a 
cure because of their strong property of devour- 
ing true disease germs. So when we find bacilli 
in a manifestation of a disease associated with 
them, we are sure to find the true cause. 

We therefore must surely have in the pure 
cultures of non-pathogenic bacilli a curative 

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agent, which the author will give later on when 
he has completed his experiments along that line. 

Non-pathogenic bacilli will be thrown into the 
circulation at the height of diseases, such as scar- 
latina, measles, smallpox and other cases of acute, 
self-limiting, contagious fevers where we cannot 
definitely find a germ. They will take up the 
true germ, after which the bacillus can be recap- 
tured. Then cultures will be made from these, 
making it possible to make the vaccine bacterins, 
antitoxin, etc., for these diseases, which has been 
thought impossible up to now, for the specific 
bacteria could not be found to work with. We 
will then have a scientific and mathematically 
correct immunizing agent and cure. 



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CHAPTER VIII. 
Substitute for Cowpox Vaccination. 

IN 1892 a commission was named by Great 
Britain to ascertain what vaccina was. The 
investigation was taken up by the prominent 
bacteriologists, and it was then that Klein dis- 
covered his bacillus of vaccina. Still no germ 
for smallpox, nor has it been found up to the 
present time. The British Commission en- 
deavored to find the relation of vaccina to small- 
pox, and the more they worked the farther apart 
the two different pathological disorders drifted, 
until it was decided that they were in no way 
similar nor in the same class. 

Dr. W. J. Simpson at that time settled the 
erroneous theory that vaccina was smallpox in 
the cow. He found that smallpox positively was 
not vaccina or cowpox. 

He inoculated cows with smallpox and carried 
it through four generations of the cow, and when 
this was revaccinated into the human blood it 
produced smallpox. These findings were final, 
and vaccina was accepted as a separate disease 
with very little known about it, with the Klein 

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bacillus to lend a scientific dignity to it. If the 
anti-vaccination advocates had known the facts 
set forth in this article, it would have been a dis- 
carded practice long ago. 

They knew something was wrong, but they 
did not know what it was. The reason why anti- 
vaccination has always failed is because its advo- 
cates did not have a single fact of the truth to 
back up their arguments. They wished to take 
away something tangible, this great safeguard 
to public health, as it has unfortunately been 
looked upon, without offering a substitute or 
improvement to take its place. 

The author supplies the substitute. The old 
poisoned arrow is to be thrown away and the 
new automatic weapon will be found accurate 
to place in the gap and guard public health 
against the foe, smallpox, without injury to the 
man behind the gun. 

We know what antitoxins are and how to 
immunize the blood with the disease itself with- 
out infecting with the disease. So we must 
simply immunize the human subject with the 

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antitoxin of smallpox itself, and that is the whole 
story. The fear of spreading the disease from 
the laboratories is the reason that this has never 
been tried. 

Vaccine bacterins is another method of im- 
munizing and has not been attempted because 
the germ of smallpox was not in evidence and 
no cultures could be made of an unknown germ. 

This is easily done, now that the author has 
demonstrated what bacilli are; for we simply 
make a bacillus of smallpox by mixing the blood 
of the smallpox patient at the height of a fever 
with a non-pathogenic bacillus (Bacillus pro- 
digiosus). This bacillus goes in and performs its 
duty and soon is filled with the smallpox germ 
and becomes the artificially made bacillus of 
smallpox. Cultures of these will grow, and our 
vaccine bacterins of smallpox will be put on 
the market. 

Immunizing against smallpox will be done as 
immunizing against typhoid fever is now being 
successfully practiced, although the typhoid germ 
is still not found, but the bacillus typhoid is really 

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artificially made in the intestines of the patient 
with that disease. 

The manufacturers of antitoxins and vaccine 
bacterins should not be expected to make this 
product for fear of spreading smallpox. The 
author asked them to do it some years ago, and 
he got a refusal. He had to carry on these ex- 
periments in his laboratory under great diffi- 
culties. He succeeded in producing an antitoxine 
which he called "Smallpox Immunizing Serum." 

The government will handle this product, find- 
ing many volunteers among the best scientific 
men necessary to carry on the work, who will 
place in the hands of the public a sterile, non- 
infecting package, which will be harmless but 
more strongly preventive than the cruel, horrible 
practice that has accomplished nothing, when 
put in the balance with the suffering it has 
wrought. 

While we have under consideration the arti- 
ficially produced antitoxin and the harnessing of 
our friend, the bacillus, the author will make 
mention of the possible cure for tuberculosis, 
accepting the theory of the true mission of the 

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bacillus, that it is a product and curative agent 
and not a cause; and that is to cause the live 
bacillus laden with bacteria Y. to be thrown in 
large quantities into the blood of a cold-blooded 
animal, one whose blood will not propagate the 
true bacteria Y. of the tubercular stage and at 
the same time will not kill the bacillus, its carrier. 

An idea might be mentioned here that pul- 
monary tuberculosis patients, who reduce the 
proportion of heat and moisture inhaled, do im- 
prove. The continued outdoor life through a 
frigid winter shows that cold is not conducive to 
the bacteria Y. in this stage and if that infinitesi- 
mal exhibition of cold will accomplish such visible 
destruction of this, what will happen in the cold- 
blooded animal, the turtle, which is long lived 
with strong resistance, slow circulation, and liv- 
ing comfortably in ice water? The demonstra- 
tion will be many times multiplied. 

The bacillus in its temporary abode loses its 
pathogenicity, and when this live bacillus is again 
injected into a tubercular patient like a vacuum, 
it hungrily and rapidly devours the meal, 
bacteria Y., which is its regular diet. Enough 

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of these starved live bacilli thrown into the blood 
of a tubercular patient, at regular intervals, may 
soon cleanse the tissue and fluids of the true germ 
of the tuberculosis stage. The author is en- 
deavoring to produce a culture which he calls 
"Anti Tubercular Vaccine." 

That conclusive proofs have been produced 
and the facts of the unquestionable truth demon- 
strated. He places his findings on the altar of 
science. 

Who can deny his assertions and the evi- 
dence submitted, evidence which was actually 
made and which has herein been submitted, in the 
great discoveries of the greatest authorities of 
bacteriological study, covering the past thirty- 
four years? 

This evidence in this case of the greatest crime 
known to the world is sufficient to seal the death 
warrant of, execute, and bury the old criminal 
"VACCINATION OF COWPOX." 

If there is left a small minority of adherents 
to this old habit they will have to be considered 
as accomplices hereafter. A guilty conscience 

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and condemnation to the bottomless pit of igno- 
rance is the punishment they will receive from 
the true scientists and the unfortunate laymen — 
men who will stand out with the strength of 
public opinion and legislation, if need be, to 
protect their little children and the future unborn, 
to whom we owe our greatest duty. They must 
be left a legacy of health, good government, and 
the means to live and enjoy their short stay. As 
path finders and pioneers of this world, we must 
show them the road leading to the truth. 



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APPENDIX 



BACILLI 

(P. Pathogenic or disease carrying bacilli) 
(N. P. Non-pathogenic or bacilli not infected with disease) 



BACILLUS 

Anticus N. P. Decomposing fruit juices in the for- 
mation of vinegar. 

Acidi Lacti N. P. Sour milk. 

Acidoformans P. From liver of yellow fever cadaver. 

Acinobacter N. P. Old cheese and sour milk. 

Aerogens N. P. From alimentary canal of healthy 

person. 

Acrophilus N. P. From air. 

Abicans Pateriformis.... From skin in seborrahea. 

Albuminis N. P. From feces. 

Albus N. P. From water (white). 

Albus cadaveris P. From blood of cadaver. 

Albus putridus N. P. From water. 

Alantoidis N. P. From air. 

Allii N. P. Found in decayed onions. 

Alvei P. From diseased bees. 

Anaerobicus Liquefaciens P. From intestines of yellow fever 

corpse. 

Anthricis P. Sores of anthrax. 

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BACILLUS 

Aquatilis N. P. From well water. 

Arborescens N. P. Hydrant water (oiange color). 

Argentophosphorescens Cuttle fish and sea-water. 

Auranti Acus Well water (yellow). 

Aurens Water and skin in seborrahea. 

Berriberricus P. Found in berri-berri. 

Bienstockii ...._ P. From human feces 

Brossicae N. P. From infusion of cabbage leaves 

Bronchitidis Prutidae.... P. From putrid broncfiitis 

Brunneus N. P. From water 

Buccalis N. P. From mouth of human 

Butyricus N. P. From old cheese, dirt and soil 

Cadaveris P. From yellow fever cadavers 

Canalis Capsulatus P. From sewer water 

Caudicans N. P. From the soil 

Capsulatus P. Intestines of sick guinea pigs 

Capsulatus Mucocus.... P. From nasal secretions of influenza 

patients 
Carabiformis N. P. From stomach of dogs fed with raw 

meat 
Carotarum N. P. From cooked carrots and beets when 

decomposed 

Catenula N. P. From rotten cheese 

Caviae Fortuitus N. P. From guinea pigs inoculated with 

yellow fever 

Cavicidus P. From human feces 

Chauvaei P. Causing symptoms of anthrax in 

cattle 

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BACILLUS 

Chlorinus N. P. From decayed vegetable matter 

Cholerae Asiaticae P. Spirillum of Asiatic cholera 

Cholera Gallinorum P. Septicaemia 

Chovaei P. Cattle sores anthrax 

Chromo Aromaticus .... P. From carcasses of diseases dogs 

Claviformis P. From rotten casein 

Cloacae N. P. From sewage 

Coeruleans From water 

Colicommunis P. From intestines of man and animals 

Constrictus From hydrant water — yellow 

Coprogenes P. From intestines of pigs with hog 

cholera 

Coprogenes Parvus P. From human feces 

Crossus Sputigenus P. From sputum of man 

Cuneatus P. From blood and intestines of ani- 
mals, dead from sepsis 

Cyanogenus Found in blue milk 

Cystiformis P. Found in urine of patients with 

chronic cystitis 

Dentrificans In the sewer, soil and decomposed 

nitrats 

Dentalis Veridans P. Found in rotten teeth 

Devorans N. P. From well water 

Difusus N. P. From the soil 

Diphtheriae P. From diphtheritic membranes 

Diphtheria Columbarum P. From pigeon diphtheria 

Diphtheria Spurius N. P. Similar to diphtheria found in mouths 

and pharynx of healthy persons 

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BACILLUS 

Diphtheria Vitulorum.... P. From the mouths of calves with 

diphtheria 

Distortus Species found in milk and cheese 

Dysenteriae P. From viscera of persons who died 

of dysentery 

Dysodes N. P. In sour bread 

Endocardititis 

Capsulatis P. From viscera of corpse dead of 

endocardititis 

Entriditis P. From animals dead of enteritis 

Epirdermidis From decomposed epidermidis be- 

tween toes 
Erysipelatos Leporis.... P. From erysipelas in the rabbit 

Erysipelatos Suis P. From erysipelas in the hog 

Erythrosporos N. P. Decomposition of albuminous fluids 

Expneumo Enteritide.... P. Hog cholera 

Figurans N. P. Saprophytic from air and water 

Filiformis N. P. From cheese and milk 

Fiocca P. From saliva of dogs and cats 

Fitzianus N. P. Saprophytic from infusion of hay 

Flavus From water producing yellow pig- 

ment 

Fuscus Limbutus N. P. From rotten eggs 

Gallinarum P. Chickens dead of chicken cholera 

Geniculatus N. P. From stomach, man and animals 

Gingivae Pyrogens P. From foul mouth and decayed teeth 

Gracilis N. P. From water 

Graveoleus N. P. From between the toes 

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BACILLUS 

Hansenii From water producing yellow pig- 

ment 

Henime Crobiophilus.... P. From cheesy lymph glands 
Hydrophilus Fuscus.... From lymph disease of frogs 

Iaathinus From hydrant water and sewage 

producing violet pigment 

Indicus P. From stomach of monkey 

Indigo Genus P. From leaves of indigo plant 

Influenza P. Supposed specific bacillus of in- 
fluenza 

Lacticus N. P. Sour milk 

Lactis Acrogenes P. From intestines of animals fed on 

milk 
Lactis Erythrogenes .... Red milk 

Lactis Discosus N. P. From ropy milk 

Lepra P. From leprous tubercles 

Liodermos From milk, peptonizing casime 

Liquefaciens N. P. From water 

Liquefaciens Bovis From lungs of diseased ox 

Liquefaciens Magnus.... From mice inoculated with garden 

soil 

Malarise P. From malarial patients 

Mallei P. From nodules of glanders 

Magateriuum N. P. From boiled cabbage 

Malanos Parvas From air producing black pigment 

Menentericus Fuscus.... Saphrophitic from air and water 

and potato peelings 
Menentericus Rubrum.. Causing pink color on potatoes 

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BACILLUS 

Menentericus Vulgalas From potatoes, milk and human 

feces 

Mirabilis Found in purification of animal 

matter 

Multipdiculus N. P. From air and water 

Murisepticus Plemorphus P. From uterine discharge of pyemia 

Muscoides N. P. From soil, old cheese and cow-dung 

Neopolitanus hound in diseased intestines of hu- 

man and animals (strong odor) 

Oldematis Maglini P. From dust, foul water and putrify- 

ing matter 
Oxytoces Perniciosus.... P. From stale milk 

Parvus oratus P. From pigs dying with swine plague 

Pasteurianus From stale beer 

Phosphorescens gelidus N. P. From phosphorescent fish 

Pneumoniae P. Found in exudates of pneumonia 

Pneumonicus Agilis P. From vagus pneumonia of rabbits 

Polymyxa From fermenting infusion of potatoes 

Polypiformis N. P. From cow dung and exudates of 

mice 

Prodigiosus N. P. Found on foods 

Pseudopneumonicus .... P. From pus 

Pyocyanens . P. From blue pus 

Pyogenes foetidus P. From pus of an abscess 

Radiatus N. P. From exudates of mice and guinea 

pigs 
Ramosus liquefaciens..N. P. From air 
Ruter Saprophytic from air 

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BACILLUS 

Salivarius Septicus Found with the diplococcus of 

pneumonia 

Saprogenes From fetid sweat of feet, putrefy- 

ing pus and gangrenous tissue 

Scaber N. P. From cheese 

Schafferi N. P. From cheese and fermenting potato 

Scheurlen N. P. From cancer and healthy breast 

Septicaemia Saprophytic from blood in blood 

poison 
Septicus acuminatus P. From blood and organs of child 

dead from septicaemia 

Septicus putiganus P. Found in pneumonia 

Shigas P. Found in basillary dysentery and 

summer diarrhoea of children 

Sernilis N. P. From human feces 

Solidus N. P. From excreta of mice 

Stalinatos N. P. From water 

Subtilis N. P. From air, water, soil and decaying 

matter 

Synxanthus N. P. From yellow milk 

Syphilidis N. P. Found in syphilitic manifestations 

Tenuis N. P. From cheese causing albuminoid 

decomposition 
Tetani P. From soil and pus of tetanus 

Thermophilus N. P. From intestines of man and animals 

and the soil 
Tremulus Saprophitic from decaying infusion 

of plants 

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BACILLUS 

Tuberculosis P. Found in patients with tuberculosis 

Tumescens N. P. From beets and turnips 

Turgidus Saprophytic from air 

Tussis convulsivae P. From sputum of whooping cough 

Typhosus P. hound in typhoid fever in feces and 

intestines 
Typhi Abdominalis Found in typhoid fever in feces and 

intestines 

Ulna N. P. From healthy sputum 

Urocephalus From putrefying animal matter with 

albuminoid fermentation 

Utpadel P. From small intestines of man 

Varicoens-conjunctiva.... P. From healthy conjunctiva 
Vireus Found in stagnant water causing 

green pigment 

Viresceus N. P. From green sputum 

Virgula In albuminoid fermentation of casein 

Viridis In polyporus fungus in water 

Vitulorum P. From diphtheria of calves 

Vulgaris Found in putrefaction of animal 

matter 
X Pathogenic species found in yellow 

fever 

Zenkeri Found in putrefaction 

Zopfii In intestines of chickens and ducks 

Zurnianum N. P. From water 



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SPIRILLUM 

Buccale Found in tartar of teeth 

Cholerae Asiaticae P. The comma-bacillus from stools of 

patients with epidemic cholera 

Of Finckler Prior From cholera stools 

Milleri P. From rotten teeth 

Obermeieri Bacillus of relapsing fever 

Sputigenum Found in saliva 

Tyrogenum Found in cheese resembling cholera 

spirillum 




A complete list of Bacilli can not be submitted as Bacteriologists are 
daily increasing the number. Wherever decomposed matter is found, a 
bacillus can be discovered. 

They vary in appearance according to the conditions surrounding, the 
varying elements of the matter, etc., all of which cause difference in 
size, disposition, qualities and properties. 

The Spirochoeta pallida is not considered by the Author as the cause 
of Syphilis — Anaemia, with an undetermined Bacteria present in the 
blood, is the cause of its presence. It is one of nature's assistants and 
its office is similar to all Bacilli — or Sperrillae. 

In Relapsing fever and other diseases where blood properties are defi- 
cient the Spirochoeta is found. 

Questions will be answered and Proofs furnished by the Author to 
those who will address their communications to him. 



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