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DALLAS, OREGON. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 24. 1870.
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Dallas, Folk County, Oregon.
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The Spahlsh Insurrection.
The Carlist insurrection which has
just broken out in Spain has not been
, altogether unexpected The ultramon
t tane . journals of England and France
share been for months pist predicting
uch an even1; with a boldness and con
fidence which prove that the revolution
ary preparations were no secret." Don
Carlos is the chosen chimpton of the
clerical party. They look upon Iabel!
as a totally lost to Spain, and the youth
and the Prince ot A.turia pat hiui very
much at the mercy of repents who raish'
or might not be favorable to the Church
but Don-Carlos, who U a man of ma
ttire years, and his shown himself farnr
; able in more ways thai one "n b ec
clesiasfic -l element, they imagine to be
destined to revive the' gloric3 : of the
priesthood But. a-though the Span
iardV arc firm Catholic and devoutly
attached to their Church, they are by
np- mems disposed ti restore the fallen
power of the clergy, and consequently
f . they will hot support the cause of
representative'.. There are pevcral po
litical factions striving for tnn mastery,
:but none of them sti$ciently powerlu
to establish a decided supremacy. Tin
I army J)jIds the balance of p .wcr. anl
, whatever pirty it supports can rule the
country The troops are certainly not
. . Qarlists, and that siogle fact extinguish
es the hopes of the "legitimate" Prince
T,hey were not strongly opposed to Isa
bella, but' they accepted her dethrone
ment, and would not now fire a shot to
restore her. As for her son, he could
not have the least influence among them,
mowing to his youth. It is said that re
publican opinions are very prevalent
; among the soUiers, and that they could
; -. not be counted upon to uphold the
cause of Prince, foreign or native, that
might be called to the throne. This i?
very,, likely; yet it js very singular that,
in a state of affairs when its wish could
hardfy be resisted, the army has made
no open avowal f of its sentiments, it
cannot be that patriotism is extinct in
tbe bosoms of the soldiers, or4hat they
have los all interest in the welfare ol
their country. . Our decided opinion is
that they are republicans aV heart, and
that, seeing how events are every day
tending to make their principal triumph
ant, they do not think it worth- their
while to give way to any agitation.
Spanish Republic will unquestion
' "be an' accomplished fact before the 1
3 o much time. S; F. ChronicU.
; Tue Siamese trwiNS Chang and
i . Eng, the iambus Siamese twins, arrived
io Jersey City yesterday morning; per
v, ' 'Cunard steamer Palmyra, from Europe,
? - whither. they have been to take medi
cal advice. as to whether they can safe
' be" severed ? from each bthef! The
' decision is thai; it will not be jsafe.
r -About - two ' i days out from Liverpool,
? 'Charfg was i stricken by a '''paralytic
" etrokei depriving" him of the use; of: his
k lift4 side", and is 'now far ffdm being
well Nffnte ;Erig continues in perfect
': hValth:4r,They:are stopping at Taylor's
poiei DUl aepari, lor vneir iiumo iu
&prth aroHnaTn a day or two. I
ed the ' discussion by saying, uYerf
.WjII,1 nave $t your, own way now,: but
the post m r em will how ! that I attt
rfebVft ' .Tne patient was not much en-
pouraged. . '
"r ticians' In consultation at the bed-nd.of
e: c. patient dispufed as Jj' to the riatore of
the disease. H At iafct bne'ofcihcto. ebd-
- f him,.;., .it.d:at taW'7 gf"0""
-Wm long to Tct, .,;1 ... jwjuh.,,
Treatment of Farm Land.
David Newsome, in the Willamette
Farmer t dieussing the question of rota
tive of crops in the Willamette Valley,
makes these remarks about thQ.soil and
its treatment : There are variaus sort-
of crops here which can be produced,
that will not exhaust the soil, if they
are sown in rotation. And I would urge
ou our farmers and gardeners the great
importance and necessity here of deep
plowing andtiioroitgh harrowing. And
there is no portion of North America
where the manuring is of greater bene
fit than it is in this valley. Rotten
si raw, baruyard manure, inuckeartb
from the bogs, river-sand, flax-straw,
stock-manure, stubble, chip -manure,
and, in fact, everything of a decaying
nature, especially bonedust, marl,
lime, and ashes, scattered pn jthe land in
the MI. are good fertilizers. Green
swards, plowed under, (such as clover,
timothy, oats, and peas), 1 are god for
the land. Our lands requires appropri
ate food as much as our live stock re
ouire it There is a mode of summer'.
fallow, here, that should be more known
:ind pursued, than it is : Plow the land
ten inches deep in the fall. In the
t -iith ot May plow it twelve inches
?'P, and harrow it thoroughly. Then
;it it off two ways, and plant it in pota
toes, corn, cabbage, rutabagas, beets,
.h m t squashes. Plow the lan-l
vith n shovel plow three or four times,
and hoe it well several times. From one
to three hundred bushels of potatoes;
from twenty to thirty bushels of corn,
per acre, and large amount of other ce
real's mentioned, cm he raked on such
snmmer fallow, and the land left in the
very best ordt?r for a grain crop. We
cm rane all the corn we need here, in
ibis way, without bu?ingour menl aid
hominy from Walla WallaJor California
The land thus managed, would yield a
.rood flax crop,4; or grain, j If the fla
subble were turned uodcr, the crop of
flax would not exhaust the soil lor a
zood grain crop the next season.
I find that old meadow lauds, summer
flowed, produces potatoes and othr
root crops jo great abund 'nee. And the
ext season heavy crops of grain can be
raised on the same land, j
Underground draining is greatly need
ed here. All the swales and poitdscan
!e brought into most successful tillag .
by underground draining. Our wit e
,,r Rr'T lands are excellent for timothy.
t uruips, oats, and cabbages, but not
good for wheat. By : summer tillage,
fhe sorrel, rn, or other foul werd" can
bo destroyed. An experiment was made
this season, on a pfrce of prairie land on
French Prairie, in Marion-county. The
land had been run in wheat for thirty
years, skimni ng it once j a year, four
inches deep! It was run down, and
yielded only eight or. ten bushels per
acre. Last fall the plow was set to sev
en inches deep ; last , March to eleven
inches deep j and, in May, to twelve
inches deep, well harrowed, and sown
to wheat and oats. Thirty,., bushels of
good wheat, or sixty bushels of oats
were harvested per acrc,oi that old, run
dbwri farm. At a depth under the
former plowing, there was a crust im
pervious to water, and it required three
horses to the plow, to brake it. And
this is the condition of more than half
of our old farm Uuds iu Western Ore
gon! ; ,'" :; : .!
State TnEASURr.The condition
of the Treasury, as will be shown !by
the Treasurer's report.Tis asrfolIows :
The receipts of the Treasury during
tne fiscal jrears or.JSe'J .and ; 70,,
bcluding farmer b!ances repor
ted to. JiCgislatire Assemblj, I
amoun to.-....f)r..,M1,,.JW(.,$404,53d 28
And the disbursements to.......;;..; 136.591 80
Leaving a balance in the Treasnry t ?
of all funds amounting to.;..;..,$2j7,i39 48
To tbe credit of tbe several funds'
'a fuMowsi i-.--.,:., v; ! . "
General Fund.......;...$245.494i 43 . t
Soldiers' Bnnnty Fund. 14.019 3 u ? i
Soldiers' Relief fund... . 6.898 OA
Escheaffund......,i. . 2,019 95 -
Com'o School Fund coin ?t 231; 12
Com'n School Fund cur 2 87
University Fundi coin- 210 l
University Fund, cur'y ' 63 11 -
Total balance as above.;
Mount ItoOJiiVrof. Collier; of
Forest Grove, whg recently visited this
locality, estimates the summit, from
careful-calculations, to be 11,218 feet
hight. Lieut. Williamson, a few years
ago, mado the altitude 11,225 feet, i f
. - . ; . i....i.airt:, ; -: . ;
Etiie-A writer in ;i Dublin med
iraT jdhrnariavlr that msny sworn tec
fotalcrs in Ireland have acquired; the
habit of intoxicating themselves with
ether; Theantroal 'oonsufabtiotf. of tne
nquiq in lae regpu uuHeuasc zour
New York Star, in an article on betting
relates the following :
t A distinguished physician was called
to attend an inveterate better who was
attacked with a sadden and dangerous
illness. After a careful diagnosis, the
doctor assured him that his condition
was extremely crttical, and his chances
of recovery very doubtful. Thereat
the patient rallied sufficient strength,
and the following colloquy ensued ;
"I'll bet you a hundred dollars, doc
tor, that I don't die."
"My dear sir, you may not, but !
think it proper to advise you that, in
my opinion, you will."
"Well. Doctor, if I die, will I go to
."I hope so sir." -
"Will I be an angel V
"Yes, sir.". . v.
"Willi have win- ?"
"I presume so, sir."
"Well now, D K.t.r, when yon die will
you go to heaven and bo an angel ?'
"I trust so, sir."
"And will you have winjra, too V9
"Yes, I suppose I will."
"Well then, Doctor, I'll bet you a
hundred doars I out By you."
The man died, but the doctor, who
has not yet taken the bet, is still living
If, as some theorists hold, we take with
us into the new world the same propen
sities which we have in this, we have
no doubt that all the betting youn
merieans, and old too, who read this,
will in due time b running around t
make bets on the flying match of our
deceased sport, whose ruling passion was
strong in death.
Mixed Dec alooue. Mark Twain
tells the following funny incident:
"Why, Captain you appear U have a
very had cold.' -
Yes, madam. said the Captain, who
is fond of working in his garden early
mi the morning, in his ahtrt sleeves I
uppos I desere it. I caught it while
breaking the seventh commandment,
last i -
The party male and female, started
and looked blank ; and then the lady
who brought out the remark said,aswell
as a choking fit wou?d let her:
Well, poo my word. Captain, con
sidering theunusal circumstances of the
ease, and your present surrounding. V
was hardly necessary for you to enter
into such particulars.'
When the innocent captain cot htnt
i found to his simicmenl that the
venth commandment des not say:
Thou shaft remember the Sabbath day
to keep it. holy.'
There wns something unexpectedly
sarcastic in the recent reply of a crimi
nal when asked by the court if he wua
jjuilty of larceny: ! : ;
"No. sir. Are you?"
"Prisoner," said the ruffled fflagis
trate, don't put on any airs wi'h me or
I'll commit you for contempt of court
I ask yoa again, are you guilty ?"
"And I tell yon no." f r
"But this man says he defected you
in the' very at "of ' larceny.
"Yes, sir, but I was fwding him "
"How do you make that ut?"
"Just making believe, as you- do
sometimes,'' m n : :.
"Sir, what do you mean ?"
Whytho othet'niirht, when you
were staggering through the street,
some folks though you were tight, but
I knew you were only moking believe,"
Prisoner discharged. , , , T
A debtor who owed 8,000 offered
hi creditor eight bills of 1,000 each,
payable on the first of e:ght consecutive
months, whichwefe accepted. The
first bill was protested on its coming
due : and on the creditor asking the
'Mbtur fdr- an ;epUnation, the latter
said i "The' fact is, my' friend, I can't
pay anything, and I divided, up the debt
into small portions. 1 to save 'yoa the
shock of j losing it all once." f
WARRANTEr.--Topre8erve your eves,
pui them in a bottle filled With' alcohol
To avoid j corpulence" quit eating. ' j To
conceal your 2 teeth, keep"? yottrlmouth
shut. ' To keep out of debt, aequire the
reputatioo of a rascat iandf no one will
trust you. 'These are infallible receipt.
;f r- '" '"t r -rr -ninrf . .
Help from an Unexpected Ouar
TER.--A; Jew in Mdnierey Mexico, has
uuugui. tor ii,vuy in joia, one r,ot; ithc
nest Jesuit' Churches in Monterey
and given it to the Protestants worship
ing tbere.: " i .; J J 1,,
i Beguiling-VMy deer, I. love thee I"
as the lienedict' said to his vife when
she helped Him to a.slice of etjisou
Deliffhtfullv did she smilfl rb" -.14
mToft "hotr easily woaienE ate j ba-
. An Unmixed EvilNcat Oin.
Ji A Night-Charge A squalliog baly.
"Foreign Intelligence" Count Bis
marek's intellect, m 1- !
Stepping stonea to Advanceinet ib
..." ' .
Why are Chickens liberal ? Because
they give a peck when they take a grain.
When the English army beats a re
treat, it's only because it must beat some
thing. Editor's Box Do they? Then we
shall "fight shy" of 'cm !
A Butler's Poetical Advice to hjs
Son. "Learrr to labor and to wait!
Why not send a letter by telegraph ?
There arc lots of telegraph posts.
Wo have heard of the "base" of the
cliff. Where do you find your "treble."
, What sort of leggings would you ex
plore the Nile with F Alii gaiters.
When is a cockhorse like a lobster?
When he's (s)putted.
The Bound of Domestic Life. A
Literary "Watts on the Mind ?"
Too often, nothing.
A man who has a scolding wife, be
ing asked what he did fr a living re
plied that he "kept a hot house."
Why should Arab? not be subject to
insanity ? Because they are a no-mad
Doubtless. Every candidate for a
clerk-ship in the Custom House ought
to undergo a "searching examination !"
A , bachelor friend says that he dis
likes young married couples, "becaas
they aro apt to give themselves beirj. '
If you want to keep a dead man, put
him in whbkyJ If you want to kill a
living man, put whisky into him. ' '
; How to Ejoy a Nice Etn-braciug
Day at the Seaside. Get 00 Board a
Pleasure Boat, and let her Hug the
Shore. ' l - ' -:
A O real Fact Crops Up - Amateur
gardeners are the most generous of men
--it is al pleasure with theb. to ''fork
over" their grounds , ; ;
If a tailor agrees to put braid on a
co it, does he always cousidcr the agree
Cornet Copa winfs to know if tha
'wing of a house'j, has anything to dj
with "flying column."
"Mary, my love, this apple - dump
ling is not hnlf done." Well, finish it
then, my dear." A !
The Cleveland Herald thinks the
marriage service should be changed to
read "Who dares take this woman ?"
And the groom shall answer, "I dare.''
" That Germany is making war against
the Emperor, and not against the peo
pie of Franco. The Prince Uoyal trust
that the manufaturing.
The candle which accidentally fell
into a pail of water wasmuch put out
by the occurrence, and has been ever
since fizzically unfitted for work,
Spain, heretofore the , abode of super
stition and entirely undsr Papal control,
receives the decree of infallibility with
jeers, and laughter. ? The yoke is bro
ken, f. .
it The retiring ? Oreacianf Bend is sue
cecded by the Boston pip," simply a
limp with the .North foot. A woman
with1" the Dip" acts 5 as ; if she 1 was
ibdn'dered;'2 u y-i:.lft n)& 1; -
1 Ijpagine the feeling of the poetV who
wfoCe of his departed love. "We will
hallow her gra Vo with obt tearsr,' when
the printer set it up; "We will hatro w
hr graye, with oursteera 1" ,fj r i,t f
,The following an'ridttnccmWtTeccntly
appcafeHlhT paper: j rt
"Edward nKdeo, painter, is requested
to cottmuoTcate with his brother, when
he will hear .something to his advantairrt
It is said that a man who wbn't talce
9 paper because he LCiio't borrpw oncfj
)a invented a madhini ;with which! he
can cook hia dioner by theatnoko of hia
neighborabh?mncy -t',n. wX
Wti'if'-nfR' ' ffi-cNi't'i? "6". -:Ls'L
U$. Jal ia , Won roe and, Mrs. Martha
Mann ran. one" mile' and a 'quarter for a
pue3 bf $50at" Roclt -liiverfocar
Olevelandoii ihd 5th r)f Ju'y. 1 Mrs'.
Mann (rave up at aboiit half way. but
Mra.tonroa kert on,aodaccomplinhed
trie atsiaocQ m 4v;ov jooaing macn la-
PnOFESSIOtfAL CARDS, dp,
At Vy &, Con n cl I or-a t-La w
McAllnuTllle, Yamhill Cu., Oregon.
Particular attention given to tbe ttudj and
practice of Criminal Law, Collection orCiaimf,
J. IS. SITES, HI.
PliyMician and Surgeon,
Having resumed practice, will gire special
attention to Obstetrics, and tbe treatment of
tbe diseases of Women and Children.
rOffice at bis resilience, ;
Physician and Surgeon,
OFFICE At Nichols'
V. D. JCl'PIUES, M. D.,
Phyaician and Surgeon.
Dicae4 of Women.
J. 12. DAVIDSON, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon,
Independence, Ogn l
T. V. B. Einhrcc.
AMITY, YAM II ILL CO., OREGON.
4VOEc at residence. 14jl
Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law,
- 8ALLJI, OBIiGON,
Will practice in all tbe Courts of Record and
Inferior Courts of this State.
; OFFICE In Watkinds
stairs. ;"' . .. "
A Co's Brick, up
, P. C. SULLiVA i,
Attorney & Counsellor-At-Law,
Will practice in all tbe Courts of the State. 1
Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law.
Special attention Riven to Collections and to
matter pertaining to Real Estate. 1
Ii. J. WARDU1V, ITI.- JD.,'
i'liyMiciaii and Surgeon,
; tewIaVilie, I'ollf Ceu, OgTB.. '
Has recently returned frm tbe Atlantic States
And ofieJS bis prtfssiuual services to the citi zens
f the County. ,
Tarticolar attmtion given to Female Dis
eases. -. 2-tf
x. a. Ki.iinr. " ' " ""' ;. v
UNIUXIT & LOUD,
Corner Commercial and State streets,
, ;Oppuaitc I.aUd A JSush'a Biuk,
Will practice io the Supreme Court and tbe
Circuit Courts of the Sccund and Third Ju
dicial Districts. . 2-tl
oko. s. CVHRKV.
CURItEY & IIVKLEY,
LAFAYETTE - - - -
' 1 u : ' tarayette' OregonV u' " n
;-:- - i: '..,;..,,' S-tf
r. r. nrELL, : I
, Heat Kttatt Attorney, j
C. P. rERRT, i .
fc ..BtJSSIR LL' , & FEIi It Y,
Heal Estate Brokerii and
Kortaweat Cor. of Firat aad iWashlngfon
PUItTLAn U . - ... -.OBECON.
r Special attthtion giren to tbe sale of Real
Estate. Collections made In Oregon and the
Territories.' i-nt .-m.n?-rHpi-! W-' v.'-'
Property, town lots, Improved farms, stoca
ranches, lands, &e situated in tbe best portions
of Oregon and, W, T.; for sal on reasonable
Carriage and Orna mental
S m .'''
: ; 8&XEH,
At Vy&c Counsel for-a-Law.
Physician; Bnrgeoa fit AcconchcV,
iBtiena Vlata, Pelk CoJ; 0-bm; 1
Will attend proinpUy to professional ealWj
A A. M., Dallas, holds its rceular eom-
.,ai.irii.i .b ou tbe "Saturday prec4Jne
the Full Moon in each month, unless tbe moon
fulls on Saturday then on that day, at oi
O'clock. - ' ' ' : : -4nit
Also, on the second Friday in each month
at 7 o'clock, P. M, for tbe purpose of improve
ment of the Craft ia Sfasourv. and for suck
other work -at tho Master may from time to
time order. .. V - 1 '"''
AH Brethren in goodstaodinS areinvfted to
attend liy order of tbo W. U.
"tEH" JSALOOIV, :
IAIN 8TRCET, 4NOEPENOEKC&
IjIINE -WINKS, XIQTJOIVS AND SEOAfeS
1? served to customers urn short notice.
This establishment doe not dispone tangle
foot cr anything of that taracter '
- . p$r Call at-'e TJwa'-t$v--f
... iireau, , , , j -;
A Variety of Cil AIR8, for Kltchcu and
-...;V , Parlor jUse., t,
BAW-II If) E BOTTOM CIIAIRS,J
Of my orn make. V i ' , - ;
Sfrop nvr.r WUymirc'ulIIH
I INVITE TUB PUBLIC TO EXAMINE
tny stock. I shall be pleased to show yo
my goods, and Setter pleased when you buy.
New. Work put op to order, and Kcp airing
done at tbe lowest cash prico, 3
37 WXS3. C. T7ILJ.3.
DAIJK EXCHAtJG SALD0IJ,
Main rect, X : ; : DaUas, OgTj.
TITINES, LIQUOKS, TOhTER, ALE
If? Iittters, Cigars, Candies, Oysters,
and Sardines will be served to jrentle-1
men on tbe outside of the counter, by a gentle
man who has an eye to "hit" on the inside.
So come along, boys; make no delay, asd
we will soon hear what yot bare to sayw.
32 W. F. CL1NGAK.
HURGREN & SiilI'DLER,
Importers and Dealers in ; , ?
" "AND-' '' -' I ...
NieI-argest Stock and the Oldest a?r-
iiiture House In Portland.
WAItEROOMS AND FACTORY'
JOSNEB SALMON AND TIEST STEESTS,
rPOHTtANn, ORltGOW. 5
l arnicrs AllcnliozJl
fpiIE UXDERSIGNKD HAVING HAD
1 neatly twenty gears' rt.ictic in making
wagons iu Oregon, we feel confident wc can do
as good work as can be bad in any part of the
Mate,.; , i j :-.,,,AV- ... !
Iron and nicLorv Axles
On hand and made to order on ebort notice.
Lumber lVaffoiig......... .....f ISO ISO
CU and examine onr ,work. Repairin
dv ne on abort notice and en reasonable terras,
' T HARRISON.
, . ASA S1IR EVE. 1
Dallas, April 14, 1870; K !
OUR? STOCK o l iiEW GOODS? FOH
; SPKING TRADE,' 1
Is now open and tor sale at our store, oa tBt
Corner of Front and Mill Street Dal
j bar h d v las, Oregon, nvdt tfit
? TVn inrite tbe attention 'if our! patrons to
onr New Stock, consisting of (.
Di-ess Goods, i ( e... . . -i.t
? ; t, - Clothtnff yt . ";.
r ... , : - -s Hardware..
' '.'r.- .: , : ; f -jf -54,1
f ...,. . .Crock
Groceries, ' " ' 1 'a
--Ulioois $ Shoes, ' : ; '"f
u rr::n 1 ' 'School Booh
5V?..:S.t-, ; " - ' ' ! ', Stationery;
la fact everything founa In 'Retail Store,
M lc Suit the Tines.
Conn:duc;iakt3a" ia exaajj for
i !:. ft!
Those bating old acconnts aro rtnneittd t
call and settle" by CASH er NOTE . j i
We, thank the public for, their liberal at
ronagein the past, and InM r. .n:...
of t ha same. .. , ; . . ,
Dallaa, March 1st, "Jf
NIIlal r that
? a Jrm 0f v,n.vH A Bnthriatbii
day dissolved by mutual consent