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OREGON. SATURDAY, MARCH 12. 1870.
8 . Or t j if. n l t p u b li e a n
la If sued Ercry Saturday Afternoon at
Dallas, Folk County, Oregon. ,
DY D. C. GAULT & COMP'Y.
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THE TROT1I PLIGHT.
Crimson red behind the hill
Day was sinking slowly ;
lluihedly the wild birdasang
Notes of melancholy.
Homeward, from a bootless quest,
Went the wild bee humming j
Earth was weary, day was done,
And the night was coming.
kadly thro' the greenwood way, .
-Walked a youth and maiden,
Looking in each other's eyes,
Pond and sorrow laden.
-"Rudolph, now the country calls,
And our lives are parted:
. tJJe thou brare but keep thy troth,
.And be constant-hearted."
Of tho gleaming golden hair
One bright lock she sunders;
Day Is dying far away
.Sound the battle thunders.
"Fare thee well, mine own truo love ;
s Where our flag is flying
X shall bear thy lock of hair,
Faithful unto dying.".
Taway the thnndcr sounds,
Swiftly speeds the lorer;
Wild and loud the days go by
Till the strife is over.
Jted and bloody gleams the sua
Tjver dead and dying,
fiick to death upon tbe field
Seethe lover lying!
To a comrade dear be cries,"
"Truest friend, and nearest,
' Bear this lock of. bloody hair
To her my heart holds dearest.
Bertha? we shall meet again
Where the true part never ; " -Bertha
I" then his eyes grew dark,
And wero closed forever.
Home to Bertha hied the friend.
Found her wild with weer.iDg;
'Bertha was his latest word
Ere be sank to sleeping."
'I sball follow him full soon,
Whom I loved so blindly ;".
Then sho met his comrade's eyes,
And she thought them kindly.
"Comfort! comfort! do not die! '
Thou art fair and youthful !"
Occe again she met his eyes,
And she thought them truthful.
Smifeug slily, stood at baud
Ltfve, the flaxen-headed ;
When, for her dear Rudolph's sake,
She his comrade wedded ! ' '
All the Year Bound.
Steel Rails aud Protection.
The i following memorial has been
eigned by -the IVcsidents and Vice
Presidents of the Pennsylvania Cen
tral Company. and of nearly every
Company in the State. The Pitts
'burgh Commercial, in commenting on
it, says: That consumers of railroad
iron will remember some years since,
when our railmills were forced to sus
pend owing to foreign competition, how
the price of rails was run up to a point
per ton higher than that for which
-our works were able and willing to
make them before they closed. Our
railroad companies pairing to foreign
uaers, ueiore our mius couia gener
ally resume operations, 850,000,000
more than they would have paid to
, American raii-malcers for tho same
quantity o iron :r v
To the Finance Committee of the Sen
; ate of the United States, and the
Committee of Ways and Means of
the 11 ouse of Representatives . of the
unuea states : t
Gentlemen : Immediately before
the, -construction of the first steel rai
manufactory in this country, foreign
makers charged 150 per tun (equal to
$225 currency) for, steel rails. ) As
American works were" built, foreign
skilled labor, introduced, homo labor
v instructed, aud domestic irons olays
ganistcr and spiegel (after many and
V expensive trialsYfound to produce ex-
euk tuns, mo puu oj me ioreigo
article wis gradually lowered until it
now stands at less than $70 per tun in
gold (or $96 38 currency). Now that
several millions of dollars have been
.expended - inmachincry, furnaees and
experiment in perfecting tho process of
Bjanuiacturc in this country, and num
bcrs of ou ovrn citizens aro dependent
upon it for support, the business is
threatened with annihilation by the
pressure of English and Prussian mak
ers. We, as users of steel rails and
transporters of the lood and material
ivmencan manuiaciurcs, arm uiuir uu
merous employees and skilled laborers,
do not desire to be dependent cxclu-
sively upon the foreign . supply, and
therefore joined in asking that instead
of the present advalorem d,uty a spe- for tho exi8tenco of gold exchanges,
cific duty of two cents per pound be an(j tDat tbey aro a source of measure
placed upon this article, being the rate ieg3 cvji3 and 0Uj,nt to be destroyed. !:.
nxea Dya mn wnicn passeu me senate
January 31, 1367, and of a billhich
wareported to the House by the Com-
uinbc ui y ajo auu i'iu3 uuum v..o m tue aDiuiy oi our trauc aua me non
same year, provided that all steel rails estv 0f our people, and at homo the
contracted j for by railroad companies country was injured in its busines-H and
UCluru uauuary x, loiv, uu iuuuuwi
rates oi aucy ior six monuis anur uie
rfassace of an net fixing the duty as
i : ti: i f .
Pricesi of Agricultural Labor.
A correspondent of the New York
Tribune, writing from Washington,
says the statistical division, under Mr.
Dodge, in the Department of Agricut-
i , . ,
ture seems to be well organized :
"Questions in regard to the labor, re-
sources, and wealth of the people arc
ig careiui consideration, anu
some conclusions wrncn nave Deen
rc;ichcd ara decidedly in opposition to
others recently announced by Mr.
Wells. Careful returns received from
every part of the country in regard to
th3 prices i paid for labor show that
wages arc highest where the people arc
most lniemsrenc, wnerc pursuits are
most varied,, and whetc skill is exer
cised in agriculture, mining, and in
manufactures. Without ouotinc larce
ly from the many columns of figures
it is sufficient to state that the wapres
paid per month, without board, in the
Eastern States arc' $33. '30: in the
Middle Slates, 630 07: in the West-
em, $ Ul in the bout hern,
in Oregon, $3a 7o, and in California,
S 15 71. Local variations arc equally
significant ; thus, in Ohio the average
is $28 4Gj in the Miami alley of
this State, devoted to stock and grain,
and containing the. richest land, $23-
79; and in tho Western Reserve, de-
voted to dairying and manufactures,
S30 43 ; In West Virginia tho average
is 325 35 j but in a few of its coun
ties, called the Pan Handle, where
sheep are largely grown, and the soil
has become highly productive, the av
erage is S3 1 75. In Kentucky the
average is S20 32 ; in her river coun-
tiesr $24 23 ; but in the river counties
of Ohio, where there arc extensive
sncep farms ana iron works, tuougn tne
land is quite hilly, the average is 2b,-
27. From these figures it is to be
gathered that wr.ero only a lew com-
mon industries prevail, wages arc low ;
that wherejmany, and of a skillful na
ture exist, they are; high; hence that
the growing of staples for exportation.
to be used; as food for manufacturing
purposes by foreigners, leads to poverty
our office a few
-A man dropped into
days since, says an
Iowa papcr,whcn the following conver
sation was had :
"Are you' the editor?"
"We are, sir."
m m T T m
nave you any extra copies on
"Could I get some four or five?"
"Certainly, sir," we said, and folded
them up for, him ready for mailing
l ii 'I m 1 i .
wnen ne as sea as lr we coma direct
them for him. We did so, and while
writing the 'names on the wrapper, we
were cogitating what to do with the
"stamps" when our friend cooly re
marked to us ; . .,, r,
"If them suits the fellows, I wouldn't
be surprised if they would subscribe
r t.J ft J
lUk t,UV .
w i t : tt ,i
.ICIUIIillMU, YU H-IT, UIJU iic
ine aggregate amount paid last year
to Iowa teachers was $1,410,000. The
male teachers received weekly on an
average, $0 ' 24, and the females $G 79.
Ae nuuioer oi scnooi nouses in tne
btate u b,407, and the number of
children attending iyo,320. -;
V.Aself.sacrificing physician of Uo LaCnff l.h? Orad Orient of Ma
tonkas 'offered to try the effects of in. "on?.-,lf the inland . l'hilij.s reports
toxiaatlng liquors upon himself for tie e, 1S0D"3 rare t0$
llnnrii aF TTinUh mv kw An 1 onn.
fif of Ue-scientific information to be
Garfield, from the Committee on
Banking and Currency, reported to
day on the gold and currency question.
Tho report gives a circumstantial his
torv and uiakes the fol owinir DOints :
,$'mt Prominent bankers and :mer-
chants who testified before tho commit-
tce wcrc nearly,unanimous in the opin-
iou that there was no sufficient reason
Second The gold conspiracies dealt
a heavy blow at our credit abroad by
shaking the faith of foreign capitalists
moramv aml tno neaVV ailU nUtllCrOUS
defalcations that shortiv followed arc
dearly traceable to the mad spirit eu-
,Vf,,,l in tmnonlntlrm i
iimu j lie cuuiuiiiiuu una unit
with wicked conspiracy the attempts to
implicate the President of the united
States or his family have utterly failed.
The report is severe on Corbin. who; it.
gays, uuddr worse ' hypocrisy than that
which puts on the guise of religion
and patriotism, used all his arts to learn
something from private conversation
..n t. i .Afl-..i.u-A i.t.
an(j iA fcll0w conspirators. The To
port relieves Mrs. Grant and General
l0rte' from vtho suspicions of gold
gambling. All the public, funds cn-
trusted to UuttcHicld were faithfully
accounted for. Jt is not conclusively
proved that he was concerned with the
conspirators, though the evidence on
this point is conflicting Gould swearing
positively that ho bought two lots of al-
tether a m nn nnd a half of hi
for UuttorCeld, who, on the other hand,
denies this statement under oath. It
was proved that during his whole term
of office he was dealing largely in (Uni
ted States bonds on his own account.
The committee recommended the adop
tion of a resolution that the Committee
of Ways and Means be instructed to
report a bi!l levying such tax on gold
exchange and gold exchnne clearings
as in their judgment the interests of
the country demand; that the commit
tee be instructed to inquire into the
expediency of reporting a bill to pun
jh conspiracy against the credit of the
country and business of the people.
try and business of the peopl
Cox and Jones unite in a minority
report. Ihcy .contend that the gold
conspiracy was involved in t.te appoint
ment oi the Assistant Ireasurcr at
New York, and was encouraged by a
change from the policy of ISocrctarv
McOulioch; that sales of gold, if at
all made, shou1d.be regulated by law;
that the conimittto rcluscd to investi
-ate the conduct of persons, including
the 'resident, in Washington, and
therefore tho investigation was partial.
J0th reports were laid on the tabic and
ordered printed. This gives tho com
mittte control ot the matter, so that
they may call it up at any time.
, New York, March 3.A Havana
letter gives the details of the arrest
and execution by the Spanish, of al
leged members ot the Cuban Junta at
Santiago. The arrests numbered from
from forty to fifty and eighteen were
executed, including two Americans.
Tho victims were arrayed before the
Commission and condemned, and then
admitted the existence of tho associa
tion to which they belong, but they
denied its. being a political junta, and
said it was only a Masonic Lodge, and
that, they met as Masons for Masonic
purposes. This defence seemed to have
angered instead of satisfying tho Span
iards. A Catalonian priest, who has
bf,en A t for. .tho.u,ltrai8.m of h.18
alty and for his violent denunciations
of the Cubans, pronounced h ree" Ma
sons no better than insurgents. II
said that the rising! of the Yarra Was
plotted and planned in a Masonic Lodge
"d " a M?onJud
wherever Masons congregate thero
I c i 1. 1 f . . ;m . ' i
opanisn loyauy uies. ine American
n ' , ,t -i .1 1
jiruisa vunssui, enueavoreu
save the lives of , his two countrymen
but WaS unsuccessful. ' Thrt vnlnnfpnrs
insisted- uron their' -life HiviA trift.no-
shed, as well as that of their Cuban as,
1 gociatcs. and fhwartod rII anneals in
tended to prevail upon the Government
0f the District to gnare them. The
two Americans were Free Masons, antl
one of the Cubans was Seoor ! Andres
" ' lBUl' wv-
??r l?y execution
rn l.. i l.,..
were furious at the delays and clamor
ed loudly for for the execution of all
the arrested parties, and the event may
have happened already, since it is like-
y that tho Lieut. Governor had to suc
cumb to their demand. . Somo Ameri
cans aro also included in this lot, and
Phillips has asked the American Gov-
ernmeni ior a man-oi-war. mo liru
ish Consul has also written to his Gov
ernment that a jJntish was vessel
should be kept constantly at his dis
posal. Un the 12th, a British subject,
'Tcderick Jordon, was murdered by
the Spanish volunteers. Tho murderer
was arrested. This act is said to have
been done from other motives than p-
St; i Petersburg, March 2. 4- A
short. time before the death of jiurlin-
jauie, tho Chinese Embassadors had a
first audience with the Czar, to whom
hey were presented by Prince Ger
schakoff. liurlingame introduced hi.4
bl)w Kmbassadors and addressed the
Emperor as follows: "Sir. in the name
of myself and niy colleagues, I have
be honor to present a letter of the hm-
pcror of China accrediting us to you
and expressing his wishes for the hap
piness and health of your Majesty, and
the Imperial family, and for the pros
perity of your subjects. 1'crnnt me
o recall to mind the relations of your
able representative at Pekin, Ccn. Van-
goltj whoso policy of equity and con
ciliation contributed 4o inspire China
with tho wish to enter into the family
of nations, and leads her now, through
us, to dechre her desire that the
friendly relation between ; Jtussia and
China,!' which, have existed for three
centuries, may be perpetual.
Ihc Lmperor replied : "It is agree
able to see you here, for 'you present
fresh proofs of tho pacific relations
which unite Kussia and China; for the
negotiations which you arc about to en
ter frpoo; will draw them closer. This
is particularly agreeable that the inter
ests of China are entrusted to a citizen
of a State in especial sympathy with
llussiiV ' m ' ' I
TUi Embassy was received with all
the honors accorded to 'diplomats of the
highest rank. '.
The Jtuian Government has with
irawn its demand recently made on
Switzerland for . the .surrender of a
Russian, criminal who fled to that coun
try for asylum. '
Effects of Silence and Dark-
NEi8.-lr. Jane, .na 'other Artie voy
agers, all testified that in those regions
'where eternal silence teigns supreme,"
the effect upon tho brain and car, from
the absence of sonorous impulses in
tho atmosphere, is exctcding'y annoy
ing and absolutely injurious to the au
ditory nerves. As the organs of hear
ing are destroyed by loud and contin
ued noise, and an intense light- will
weakenrand ulimately destroy the pow
er of sight, so it would. appear that the
auditory or optic nerves become im
paired by the partial or total depriva
tion of 'their natural stimulus, light or
sound. J)r. II. Kails ; Smith, ot Uhi
cao, wishing experimentally to inwes
tigate this subject, recently speut a
considerable length of time in the
Kentucky Mammoth Cave,-whcre si
lence and impenetrable darkness reign
ed supreme. The effect was very dis
tressing and almost insurmountable, re
suiting in temporary defectiou of hear
ing and abcration of mind. From his
his, own experience, this gentleman is
firmly convinced that the blindness of
the finny denizens of this cave have
been brought about gradually through
successive generations, and from his
observations he is confident- that the
sense of hearing is also wanting in
these beings, although originally, exist
ing in the species when first immersed
m their, living tomb.
A sharp-tonued;Texas tvoman as
gravatcd licr lord to nuch a degree that
ho deserted his home in Houston and
fled to .Galveston, where ho wrote the
following: interesting letter :
'n; Galveston, January the 7th ,1870.
My Loviu Wjfe : Ini'c comin oiuo
nex week an hav forgiv you for jawin
mo. I'llc come on the 7 oJclock trauc
an shall stay ouie hcreartcr tri to be
a altered mart. X .want', peace and so
do yew, why" slioodn't , wo , lovo each
uther,, as we iised ter when wo were
first jined together in the wholly bands
of madlock, I'vo jined a temperance
sosicty hut if you ever jaw. uie. agin, for
cummin owe I'll wollop you like. Cty
fur we must have pceso aa grant se.,?
-.I Some ra3h fellow says that the. giv
ing of thoi ballot to women Would not
amount ; to much i for nono of tliem
would admit that they were W enough
to vote until they wcro too old to takd
any interest in politics.
G. B. STILES'
Ialn street, Opposite Court House,
Icw Store ! IVcw Goods !
I AM NOW PREPARED , TO OFFER A
large itMortinent of choipe '
rnoyiswNs, ' 2 t j;
' ' - FRUITS, :
1 1 CIGARS,
' YANKEE NOTIONS, Etc., Etc.
Also, a Oencral Assortment of
noon, Hiioiis ad gaiters.:
I deelgn to keep only the CHOICEST and
REST articles and sell tbeinjat a Small Profit
For Cash. . i 'i - ; , "p ; ' $m
1V 31 OTTO. flulck sales and small
prollts. I li .
- a. p;i stilb3
MORE TITAN: 12(K),060 PERSONS
Jlear teetimony to the Wonderful Curative :
JS. Kffecti of .
Vr a Dr. Joseph Walker's ?
4 o C
Manufactured from the nativ Herbs aud Roots
ol .CaUfornii, '
:Cr The Great Hlood rarifier - tv
FOR IXFtAMMATORT AND CIIROX
IC ItXIUUMATtSM A!iD JOUT. DYSPEP
SIA or IKDiriESTIOX. 11IUOUS, REMIT
TENT and INTERMITTENT FEVERS,
DISEASES OF Til E BLOOD, LIVER.
KIDNEYS and 11EADDER,! these HITTERS
have lien raot euccersful. KVCH DISEAS
ES are caused by VITIATED DLOQD, which
i generally produced by derangement of the
DIUESIIVE OIU.AN.S .
Cleanse tho Yitiatd , Elo l whettever you
find its impurities hjirsting through the) kin in
Piiar-lcg, Erurtiou, or Cjrej;i; cleanse it wllen
you Ha l it obstructed and j slupih in tbo
veins ; clcan?j it wnen tt M lout, anl your (eel
ing will ttll you wbort, KecJ tho blood hcal
thy, and all "will be well. I
a. Q. iT2ci;0aSiIi A: Co.,
h it u era i
Corner Pine and S.msome Streets, San Fran
cisco, Cal., fin ji vSacraweiiio, Cal., and
34 Piatt iirei't, N'. V.
8-ly 1 ' .!...
Nos. 102, 101, 100 Front street, cor Alder,
! POBTL AND,. OREGON,
: ? !
THOMAS IlYAt - - PHOPRIKTOR.
(Formerly of tho What Cheer House.) ?
HAVING OPENED THE ABOVE HOUSE
tho proprietor wishes to announce to the
public that he is now prepared to accomraodato
guests in a satisfactory manner at tho most
roaponablo rntea. :' " ' " '
The entiro hou?e hs btH?n newly finished
and furnished throughout in tlie most complete
and comfoatoblo manner. I
aKgag t'tkea to and from, tho houso free of
cargo. . ! ! 10
KOSTH TEONT AND E STREETS, i
POItTXAND, OflN't I
.'':-: AND 1 1 ''"?
;noi i;i3 strit unDeas.
mUKSE WORKS Alti LOCi-TEDuQN jTIIE
X bank of tho river, one! hol vrlh of
Couch's Wharf, and -have faeilltie , Jturning
vuv mncujnery promptly ana fcllicieufciy, , r j '
'We' have ecifrcd the 5ervlc's of Mr. John
Nation,' aa Iirotor of tho Wojk, whoo espo
nonce ou thw Coast for.wixteen -years givci h'ua
a thorough knowiedLsc r tho a'arious kinds of
machinery requirtC inr wiug and : milling
purposes.. ; T M
We are prepared to exeut orders for all
classes of Alaclnaery and lioiler Work, ucU as
'' - "'-!v' : :-'! v.
MINING AND .STEAMEOAT! HIACHINESY
SAW and VXOUKIMd MllliS ,
QVAK1Z MtLLS,3iiNWG PUMPS,
Manufacture and .Itcpair Machinery ok all
kinds. ' ' -' I : ;;. -t . 1
Iron Shutter Work at Pan t-'ranclsco
Cost aiul Freight. i
ftl O I Y if If: I - 3 a
- ..-T" . i - . si
Willamette Iron Works Co mpany
AtVy fc piiiiscilbr-hlIair '
iMcMInuvllIe, VarahHl Co., Oregon.
Particular attention criven to tho attidy and
practice of Criminal Law, Collection of Claima,
Notes, Accounts, etc.
;i:. c. 12 Afititis, iii.
(A Graduate of Jefferson Medical College,
' Philadelphia,1 Penn.)
From a long cxperienci in the practice of
Medicine and Surgery, all their various
branches, ne hopes to receive a share ot publia
patronage. . f )
OFFICE--At residence, in the house fonnerlj
occupied by Dr. 'Jereup. j 35
Alt'y & CounscIIor-at-Lair
Will give special aUntionj to the collection of
Claim)!, and all busici8 en trusted to bis care.
REFERENCE."? Hon. Jbn Burnett, lions.
R. S. Straban Jt KimpHon, lion. A. J. Thayer.
ii. f. Bort'jDj,.in.,i.,
Physician anci Surgeon,
OFFICE At Nichol' Drug Store. Z6
A 1 1 ?y &.; Co ii n a v H o r-a t-JLair
'DALLAJf, OGXV i
Special attention given to the Collection of
claims. alio the buying, celling" and 'leasing of
Real Estate, and Con veyincjing. 1 , ,
Justice of tho Peace for Dallas PrecIneU
OFFICE In Polk Cocslrr: Times building,
Main' ptm-t, opposite CtmrX lIoy-e.
Y. i). JCt l' UIlLs, 31. D.f
SMivici;in mid burgeon,
Special attention given
Diseases of Women.
to Obstetrics and
J. li. DAVIDSO
fi, M. D.,
1 " '
T. V. B. Emlirfce, -
Pfl YSICff AVifc SURGEON
AMITY, YAMHILL CO., OREGON. ; J
ff Office at re?i1enee. ' 14yl
Attorneys & Counsellors-at-Law,
.SALEM, OREGON. ;
OFFICE IN THE COURT-HOUSE, 'i
C. ii. CURL 'l : rc:
Attorney an! Ccunsellor-at-Law,
SA1.E1H, OR12GON. w
Will practiced all the Courts of.2lecord and
Inferior Courts of Una fctate, .
OFFICE la W.it!;indj k Co's Crick, up
stairs..: ...'- . s '''' "("it'; ' -1 -
Iiuyt!cti"&' i!3ycr, J '
AT TO 51 r E "ST - AT-LAW,
OFFICE IN THE COUKT IIOSE, 1
SULLIVAN & WHITS0N,
Attorneys & Counsellors-at-Law,
Will practice in all the Conrts of tho State! , t
ii.: 'CC2.lilIS, : .,t
Attorney and Coiinsellor-at-La7.
Dallas. Oregon... ,
Special attention given to CollectioBe anJl U
matters pertaining to Ileal Estate. ' I
ATTOStliEYS -AT- LAW,
Dallas. PolkCouiity, Qjrii. 1
TO THE WOlUCINa Cl4ASS.Wearenow
prepared to furni.-h all classes with constant
cuiployraent at luHtieJ (he whole f Jthe time or
for the spa ro moments. BusdneM new, lijeht
and profitaWe. Persons of either sex easily
earn from .M)e. t $5 per evening, aud a proper
tional sum by dcvuiii thcii w4iole time to tbe
lusiiiepg. 'Ikvs and e-iils ufrn nearly as roueh
as men. That al! wb eo this noticte aiay send
tlu lr address and test thojhusiness, we wake
this un paralleled offer : T siich as are xk4 well
tmtistuMl, we will seiid-JL to my for tikeioeubl,
of wrltiiij:. Full part V u!arb, a valuable ' snin-.,
pie, whieu wildo to . coinuteppo. wot n, and
copy of "The Peiplfs Literfy Companion'
one of the largest ud best family newspaper
published all font free by! mail. Header, if
you wait fterniAneu, prf htle work, address
E." C. ALLEN & CO., Akji sta, Mains.
JEXNIXCS I.ODCtl No. a w
X A. Dai!ii3, hohU its roculrom-
muuicatious on tho Saturday troeediitr
the Full MoouJin eneh montli, uulesa the tueen
fulls on .1bturday--thcvtt on that day, at k&
o'cloek. . ' T " :"'' ' -
, -Also, -on the second, Friday in each noafh
at 7 o'cloek, P. M , for tho purpose of improve
ment of the Craft in Masonry, on4 5 for suiili
other work aa tho Master may fom time
All Broth reu in good standing aio invited ts
jittcnd. lly order of the
I ' . . ' )