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flCIAi AND lEADINQ FATES
HAS THREE TIKES THE CIRCULiliw
OF ANY PAPER IN THE COUNTY.
"OF GILLIAM COUNTY.
i W COf
ADVERTISING RATES.
Profemloiial crd ft 00 per month
Oneaqnere ., ... ... l M) per m out Is
One-quaiter column it 00 per month
On half column 0 per month
One column u .,..,..,.10 00 per mouth
Kualuea local, will be charged at 10 cent er
line for flr.t luaertlon and, 6 cent per line there
after.
Legal advertisement will Id all rae be
charged to the party ordering them, at legal
rate, and paid for before affidavit ia furnished
CBU8HEI) fcVHRY IBID AY BY
SLOAN P. 8 MUTT,'
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. Editor mid Proprietor.
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Bubacrlptlon ftafee.
On year (Invariably la advance)
hix uinntii. ,
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Biugla cople.
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. 75
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VOL. 2. CONDON, GILLIAM GO., OREGON, FRIDAY. APRIL 1, 1892. NO. 2.
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CONDON
GLOBE.
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Butertd at the Pottnfllce at Condon, Oregon,
BtcvmtH'lan mail matter.
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
United State.
....Dkn.iamin Hakhikon
I.KVI V, MollTON
FTOItIdOBt...
Vice Fre.ldent
Secretary of State ,
Secretary of Treaaury..,
IBecretary o( Interior..,.
secretary of War....
: teDUiy of Navy
Pu.tmaMcr-Geueral
JAMKB O Hl.AINH
....C'HAH. FohTKR
J. W NOIII.
Ut'KfUKN.B. Kl.KINN
, ,...B. r Tracy
.John Wanamahrr
A ttoruey-Geueral
...W II. H. MlLliKS
Merretary of Agrloulture. Jrkkmiaii Kk
,:- State uf Orrfon
Governor 8 V-nnoykh
Secretary of Stale.
...l W. MC'HKIDK
1 reanurer....
Hupt. of rubllo lu.truo lou..,
fieri store.
Cong -cabman.,...,.
..Hut. Mkthciian
K. I). McKlhoy
(J. H. MlTCHKLL
)J. N lIU.rH.
B Hkhmann
...... fKAKK (!. HaKEII
SR. H. HlRAHAN
W. V UBO.
K. 8. Han.
router. ..
Supreme Judgea...
Seventh Judicial
Joint Senator
t'ireuit Judge ,
Ptaeocuttng At.otney
IHatrlct.
i.ri4fTtotlfHtl,TOK
. ..W. I HllO'KHAW
........ W. II. WtUKM
, ;. Ollliam Con
nty.
' Renreontattve....,
Jtidga. m..
Coramlulonert
i Clerk
Sheriff....,-....
Trvanurar
A.e..ior..
. Burveyor
SohOfM Sitperiuteaduni.,
Coroner .,
Stock lnapvior.i ,
W. J. MVLKKY
W. J. Mamnkr
IT. O. WmiOLaKU
' W. J. KuWAKim
JY P. l.iit'AK
W. I. Wilcox
.....II. S. Kwma
Davih Mahon
...,U. (I. Hum,H(iHr
, l.t'l lKN PAKHItH
,lt H. H A t K I MM
Alkx Dijthik
, Condon Precinct.
Ju.tlce of the Peace Okoriir Tatox
. Conitable I) an Kinkiiaht
Vnlon Paolfle Kallwar Time Card.
f-TaklBi effect January I 1M. train will arrive
. and leave Ar.luglou a. foliowt via.: -)'':
' 1 kiar-aocwo. v ,.,
'v,r Tr1!ln SorJ, fiul mail, eavea Arllugtou dally
" at 'l:M a. a.
, - No. Paclflc expraaa, leave Arlington dally
" at 3:10 p. a.-
WMT-BOOMD.
Train No. I, fait mail, kavea Arlington dally
at 18 a. a.
No. 7 Paolflo expreai, leave Arlington daily
at 8:61 r. a.
; ' HKPrXR BBAKCR TRAIKR. t
Train No. 31 arrive from Huppncr daily, r
.i.', cppt rnnly at 11 a.m.
. No. 82 leave tor Meppner dally, except Bau
dsv, at 3:M p. a.
. ' ' i Tiirnti tl ket aold and bgge checked
" through lo all point In the DmmhI Mate, and
Canada. 8. COLLINS Ticket Ag.ut,
? , Arlington, Or. '
A V.AM. M.-ifT. MOK1AII IXU(iE. No. 9
. H'atcil cointnHiii atli,u on flri-t Saturday
' evwilwwi4w ttM Itoiidav. f anh motith. tto
JoMrnin bre'hren in goodaml ii(t. re cordially
Invttnd toatN-nil. P. K. CAsto.N, V, M.
MiKBKaT Halhtkad, Secretary.
REV. W, C. WISE WIU, HOLD SERVICES
every 2d and 4tb Sunder, In tanh nion'h at
London. moruitiK ami i-vf otlK. ami at Matni-y
acboolhouac at v! n. in. Jkj and 3d Sunday
. bewillprrachatUayv
ii K an evening.
-TRY
ID Ii. jltiltTKEVS $10 SUITS
ivt gentlemen, worth $20 for wear. Twelve cloth samples, fashion plata
snd measurement blank free. Postage, 6 cents.
U Ii. Huntley fi Co., Wholesale Gentile Tailors,
' 184 MADISON STREET, CHICAGO, ILL.
) i "When ordering samples please ' mention Condon (Gilliam county,
lOt.). Globe. .--; .
: 30-MILE SAW MILL L
1 five miles east of Fossil and fifteen miles sbutheast of Condon. This
,lsirge new mill turnsout,jand has on the grounds at all times, asgood
. md clean lumber as can bo found on the Pacific Coast. Firs; (class
v oned lumber of all kinds in any quantity. This mill is the most
pi .-sible for the people of Fossil and southern Gilliam county, and
' pa better lumber and sells cheaper than any other mill in that sec
". tion. Lumber will be delivered on top of the hill without extra charge,
' Clear surfaced per M, $25; second-class, $18; rough, $10. !
GEO. J. METTEER & CO, Proprietors.
Condon Livery
SOUTH MAIN STREET, CONDON, OR.
BILLY MACK, Proprietor.
Good horses for hire at reasonable rates. Special attention given
to transient stock.' ;
If you have a horse or anything else that you want to trade, be
sure to see Billy. ' He makes a specialty of trading horses, etc.
&m EXG&PGE
P. SKELLY, Proprietor,
. KEEPS ON', HANI)
Fresh Beer, Wines,
aESH WALLA WALLA STEADED KEG BEEE TJF0S ICS.
. billiard parlor in connection. When vou feel like having a
've lf ft "tT?iUf emcnt cal around and
JQR. J. J. HOG AN, '
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
, Condoa. Or.
Office--Oregon ave., next door to Oloi office.
I)
It. JOHN NICK MM,
Condon. Or.
Office at residence of Major Lucaa, Oregon
avenue.
J AY P. LUCAS, County Clerk.
, DOH ALl LtKDS OF
LAND AND NOTARY BUSINESS
In a neat and careful manner.
JEOKGE TATOM,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
Condon, Or.
Collection, made and prompt return given.
IVV. UAKLINO, ,
J.
Notary Public and Conveyancer, '
'' Condon, Or. .
Collcctlmn made with dliiatob.
Ht'pre.ciitu the Uorniao American and the
Norlhaeat Klre and Marlue Inturance Company.
jwr"b1kuablk FIRE INHOKANI'K i
Am, TO THB '
Phcenix of Hartford."
' I Co. Auet; .?,Ji.tA .
Herbert Balatead. Agent, Condon. Or.
y fTthdknaole, -
Contractor and Builder,
Condon. Or.
Katlmate (urnlnhrd on application. Will guar
antee to make anything In wood from a ten
lory building down to hornet' neat.
g s7oitlDERrm II. M, MOSS,
'Carpenters and Contractors r
Condon, Or. ;
All kind of carixntcr werk done with dli
patch at the mott reannuable cbaige.
Offlce On irctjvherever ynjCfja."'' them.
A. aOOUWIN, ,
'painter and.Paper-Hanoer,
Condon, Or.
All kind of painting and papering don at
niodcra e rate. Olv me a chauee.
LEX BAUIMIEK, ,
Shoemaker,
I have been on the bench over twemy year,
and am tna.ter at the biitlneta. tiring on your
order.. All my work guaranteed.
Shop In the Fix batlding, at acalea, Condon,
Or.
A
KLINUT N-FOHSI L DAILY STAUB LINE, ,
K. A. Nelaon, Proprietor.
pari raiia arumotum to
roiil. J6 00...... Return, 110 00
M.yv lie t 6 00 He urn r 00
Comlmi.... Otf . Return, 7 M
Clein... 00.. Return, 6 00
Ulex. , . 'iOO Returnr 8 00
L"ave Arlington every morning (Sunday ex
eepted' at 6:80 o'cl ink. ia dae at Condon at 8 p.
a., and arrive at Kokll at 1 p. M.
ONE OF-
and Feed Stable,
v SALOON..
Liquors and Cigars;
see Pat. He will treat you well.
PACIFIC COAST.
Petrifled Forest Found
in California.
NATURAL GAS NEAR OGDEN.
San Franolsoo Capitalists Purohase ft
Mextoan Gold Mine Rate . '
.War Begun. . ;
It is Mti mated that aomethlnur like
20,000 rabbits were slain near Fresno in
tbe recent drive. Five thousand people
took part. : '
A petrified forest has been discovered
In Mendocino county, Cat. ,on the Keeves
antWtl-i aalkMf aklw i lua atyvk. I r I titii Iamii
itiuvui auvui Eft in i uui vsi VI tuo ivnu
of WilieU.
The question of retaliation by the
United Btates aiialnet Canadian Eooda is
causing some excitement among business
men oi Vancouver, jt. U. '
General Eli II. Murray has begun a
auit at San Diego against the Mexican
Land and Uolonimtton Company for
$100,000 damages tor an alleged breach
of contract.
El Peono mine in Sonora, Mexico, an
excellent gold property, has been sold to
Han Francisco capitalists for (200,000.
They will erect a large smelting and mill
ing plant on the property. ,
C. A. Warren, owner of the Butte
(Mont.) Inlet-Mountain, has just won
bis suit in the United States Supreme
Court for the possession of the Comanche
mine in Anaconda, valued at (2,000,000.
The transfer of the Seattle. Lake Shore
and Eastern railroad to the Northern
Pacific haa been completed. A new
Board of Directors was chosen, and Jan.
B. Williams of Now York was elected
President.
Work is going ahead vigorously on the
new road known as the Hants ie, I'res-
cott and Phosnix, which starts from the
little town of Ashfork on the Atlantic
and Pacific and runs a little west and
south through the best portion of Ari
zona. ,
The rate war between the Union Pa
cific and the opposition steamboat linen
on the Portland and Astoria route has
been formally begun. The reduction of
the passenger fare by tbe Union Pacific
water-lines office to (1 was promptly met
by the steamers leiepnone ami As tori an.
Natural eas has been found near O-
den. After boring six days and attain
ing 200 feet a six-foot flow of perfectly
odorless gas was struck. Ogden believes
she is in the center of a large gas region.
Halt Lake and UgUen will oe lighted with
natural gas from the wells south of Bait
Lake by September 1.
Resident sealers at Vancouver, B. O..
are determined to take advantage of tbe
refusal of the British government to re
new tbe modus vivendi. and are fitting
all the available vessels for Bohring Sea.
beven new boats have been purchased
recently, and will be made ready for
service without delay.
The majority of the inhabitants of
Fallbrook, Han Diego county, Cal., have
voted upon 12,500 acres of land a bonded
indebtedness of (400,000, which with
the interest will amount in twenty years.
during which full payment baa to be
made, to the confiscating sum of (800,
000 or about (04 per acre.
QONDOK-LONR ROCK DAILY STAGE LINK.
u. in. uninehart, rropneior.
Leave I'ondon every tnornlua (Sunday! ex
cepted) at e::t0 o'clock, and a rive, at Lone Hock
at u u. via Maiuey aun i-.v vauey.
Fare, SJU.OO. Round Trip, 3.SO.
1OSTOmCE VARIETY STORE,
Lou Rock, Oh,
J. H. (loir, Proprietor.
Keen, alwav. ou hand Medicine.. Cigar and
Tobacco., fine Candle., School Supplle., To let
Arricica, Miuionery, uarpa aim loya, ana every
thing eUe u.uelly fouud In a country variety
atnre.
Everything I handle la flnt-claaa, and my
price, are ( tie lowe.t. Olv m a trial.
VENDOME HOTEL,
ARLINGTON, OB.
G. T. WELLS, Proprietor.
Ilelter accommodation for famlll. can be
at till houae than at auy other hotel
In town,
had
Hoard and lolglug per day ; 11 00
Board without lodging per weex A 00
Meal aft
Bed. V
Give thl hotel a trial and be convinced that It
I the beat place to atop at lu Arlluglon.
Mala Street, One Block From Depot.
BENNETT 8
DEPOT '.' HOTEL,
ARLINGTON, OI
Headquarters for T. P. A. N. W.
Adjoining the depot, it ii v ry convenient for
paaaengers irom tne imcx country who
have to leave by night train..
UUt wird Deuttch genprochen. On parle
jPrancau.
No Chlneae, Meet all tralnt. '
1 J. W. BENNETT, .t'rnprietor.
NATIONAL CAPITAL.
Diplomatic Relations Between Italy and
the United States Are About
to be Re-established. ',
William Q. Gilbert of Oregon has been
confirmed as United States Judge of the
Ninth Judicial Circuit. ;
The project of a deep-water channel
through tbe connecting waters of the
Great Lakes has practically received the
approval of a majority of the House
Committee on Rivers and Harbors.
The House Committee on Reform In
the Civil bervice has agreed to report
favorably the bill to exclude political in
fluence in the employment of laborers
under authority of tbe United States. '
" The House Committee on Merchant
Marine and Fisheries has agreed to re
port Fithian's bill for free admission to
American registry of ships built in for
eign countries after January 1, 1893. A
minority report in opposition will also
be made.
. Representative Hermann hat secured
pensions for the following old soldiers of
tbe late war : George W. Wanton of On
tario, Robert Koldeway of Corvallia and
tiotfried Merker of Newport. - He, has
also obtained orders for surveys in Curry
county and also for the completion of the
surveys in the fractional townships on
the Nehalera river in Tillamook county,
Senator Allen has introduced a bill
setting apart certain land of the Fort
Walla Walla military reservation for a
prk for that city. In a petition, which
accompanied the bili.it is stated that
twenty-eight acres of this military res
ervation are separated from tbe reserva
tion proper by a county road and by a
railroad track, and that, if it is im
proved, it will make an excellent park.
Senator George of the Committee on
Agriculture reported to the Senate a
substitute for Mitchell's bill for the en
couragement of silk culture. The sub
stitute provides for tbe establishment in
different parts of the United States of
not exceeding five silk experiment sta
tion, to be a part of tbe agricultural ex
periment stations now established.
There is appropriated (5,000 for each
station.
It Is learned semi-ofilclally that ar
rangements have been made for the re
establishment of full diplomatic rela
tions between the United States and
Italy on the same basis as existed be
fore the New Orleans incident. General
Porter, Minister to Italy, who has been
in this country over three months, has
been ordered to return to Reme. It is
expected the appointment of an Italian
Minister to this country , will be an
nounced soon. ,
The diplomatic and consular bill as
completed by the House Committee con
solidates the mission to Pern with that
of Bolivia and Colombia with Ecuador.
The salary is (10,000 each. Guatemala
and Honduras, now one mission, is di
vided, and Gnatemala is united to Ven
ezuela at (7,500, and Honduras is joined
to the mission to Nicaragua, Costa Rica
and Salvador. Tbe Danish mission is
joined to that of Sweden and Norway
and the salary left at (7,600.
The Hoase Committee on Public Lands
has ordered a favorable report on the
bili amending the act of 1801, relative to
the timber culture laws, that it shall not
apply to nor affect any case where a con
test was pending In tne law department
prior to the date of its passage, or in any
manner impair the rights which had
been acquired prior to the date of its
passage under the homestead, pre-emption,
desert-land or timber-culture laws.
The committee is evenly divided upon a
motion to postpone indefinitely the bill
providing for the construction of a rail
road in Yellowstone Park, and the mat
ter was laid over for another week.
Representatives Oates from the Judi
ciary Committee of the House has sub
mitted a report to accompany the bill to
change the naturalization laws. It re
cites the shamful and illegal manner in
which aliens are naturalized in many
parts of the country, and declares Con
gress should make laws to amply protect
the states against tne citizenship ot
criminals, paupers, Anarchists and
aliens. The name of American citizen,
says the report, should be esteemed as
that of a Roman when Rome was mis
tress of the world. Such pride can never
be (elt by our foreign-born citizens until
the process cf conferring this great boon
upon him is attended with great eolein
nlty and scrutinised more closely than
at present.
The President has made public a reci
procity proclamation with Nicaragua,
which Republic agrees to admit duty
free among other things living animals,
cornmeal, fresh and dried fruits, prod
nets of cotton Beed. tar, rosin, turpen
tine, coal, wood and lumber in tne rough
or prepared for building ptiruoses, agri
cultural and horticultural tools, wagons,
carts and hand cart, iron and steel for
rails, bridges and fence wire with or
without barlie, all kinds of machinery
for agricultural purposes, animal power,
forges, metal water pumps, hose, sledge
hammers, mining drills, iron piping,
crucibles, iron water tanks, galvanized
iron for roofs, etc. lightning rods, printed
matter, bolts of all kinds, gold and silver
in bullion, bars or coin.
Every effort is being made by the
friends of Colonel uompton to secure
his pardon. Colonel Compton while in
command at Fort Walla Walla, Wash.,
did not take the proper precautions to
prevent the troops under him from
lynching a man In the city of Walla
Walla, and (or this he was court-mar
tialed and sentenced to a year's loss of
pay and relieved ot his command. Sen
ator Allen has made every eiiort to se-
cure a paraon, ana nas passea consiaer-vjoui
able time with the President, laying tl
facts before him as he believes they
1st and undertaking to show the'
sentence oi tne conn was morei
than the negligence of the Col
ranted. The President prom!
the matter early attention.
EASTERN ITEMS.
J erry Simpson's Choice
! fbr President
CHICAGO'S TUNNEL A FAILURE
Postmaster Becomes Tired of Hearing
Kicks, and Proceeds to Put a -;
' Stop to Kicking.
Expert engineers pronounce Chicago's
big tunnel a failure.
A new road is projected to connect
Lakes Superior and Michigan.
Washington is passing through an ep
idemic of murder and suicide. ' .
The Attorney-General Is investigating
rumors of a cattle trust in Kansas City.
Kx-Auditor Laville of Daviess county,
Ind is now known to be short (18,403.
' The President has made public the
reciprocity proclamation with Nicaragua.
Fred Douglass accepts the position of
representative from Haytl to the World's
Fair.
Fourteen indictments in ail have been
found against the Louisiana lottery offi
cials.
Legal proceedings will at once be be
gun against all tbe lotteries in Ken
tucky. '
Jerrv SimDson's choice for the third-
party Presidential candidate is Ignatius
Donnelly.
Central Park. New York, is reported
to be Invaded by a lot of wild and fero
cious dogs.
San Antonio, Tex., is without money.
It was unable to pay its officials for the
past month. ,
According to the recent State enumer
ation New York would be entitled to
three more Congressmen.
Dr. Thomas 8. Robertson of New York
has a new treatment for alcoholism, and
many patients testify to its efliciency.
It is expected that the Song-distance
telephone line between Chicago and New
York will be completed within a year.
Tbe relief fund in Philadelphia for tbe
Russian famine sufferers now amounts to
(101,21)0. It Is in charge of Dreael & Co.
The Legislature- of Ohio has decreed
that the car Btove must go by September
1, 1893, on all roads over forty miles in
length.
Tbe Standard Oil Company ia said to
possess ail tbe gas leases in Indiana,
with the exception of those of Peru and
Kokomo.
Tbe new Woodbridge gun under con
struction at Watertown arsenal Is ex
pected to throw a 500-pound projectile
twelve miles.
George Francis Train modestly de
clines to talk of his chances for a Presi
dential nomination by the third party at
umaba ou juiy 4.
Fifty-eight negroes from Arkansas
sailed last week from New York for Li
beria. They were sent out by the Amer
ican Colonization Society.
A syndicate at Indianapolis has been
given a thirty days' option on the Citi
zens' Railway Company of Chicago. The
option price it (2,750,000.
The widow of Jefferson Davis has
brought suit in the United States Circuit
Court in New York to restrain the Bel
ford Company from selling her book.
The prospects of a large yield of fruit
in Southern Indiana were never better
than at present, with the exception of
the peach crop, which will be very much
smaller.
The well-known economist and finan
cier, Erastua Wiman, talks seriously of
war between England and tbe United
States as the outcome of the Behring
Sea complications.
The New York Stock Exchange has
placed in the unlisted department (25,
000,000 of new sugar stock, which was
authorized at the last meeting of the
stockholders of the sugar trust.
Barrett Scott, Treasurer of Holt coun
ty, Neb., has been impeached by the
Board of Supervisors and removed from
office for depositing moneys in his own
name and pocketing the Interest.
A deal has been perfected by which
the Baltimore and Ohio railroad secures
control of all the Richmond Terminal
properties, the Richmond and Danville
system with its leased lines ahd the East
Tennessee system. .
The emigration movement continues
in Arkansas, and from present indica
tions it is estimated that fully 2,000 ne
groes will emigrate within the next two
or three months, some going to Oklaho
ma and others to Liberia. ,
A Congressional apportionment bill,
which as nearly as possible divides the
State equally between the two parties,
has been prepared at Albany, and will
speedily he passed by the Legislature
and signed by the Governor of New
York, -i : 7 .--.. -.
A number of light-weight gold pieces
from California have have been received
at the New York Subtreasury. These
are stamped " L " and returned to the
banks from which they are received. It
is thought the Chinese are "sweating"
the com, ; ; : . ;. , ,, ,
Governcr Flower of New York refused
to sign the Cross-town Elevated railroad
ana the. East-river bridge bill re-
kitentlyf' - bised by the legislature at Al
jjofcronnd that the corporations
. yyiU"likere exempted by the bills
cent ot taxes, and that in
luly regarded in framing
Ustion.
WORLD'S FAIR NOTES.
President Diaz Favors a Fine Showing
of Mexico's Progress and Ad-
vantages at the Fair.
Ceylon will conduct a teahouse on
Midway Plaisance.
Queen Margaret of Italy has promised
to loan her famous collection of rare laces
for exhibition at the fair.
The grand entrance to the mammoth
manufacturers' building will be decor
ated at an expense of about (12,000.
Iowa in its exhibits at the exposition
will show, the various forms in which
corn products are useful as food and also
the processes of their preparation. .. ,
Regulations for exhibitors in the sev
eral departments of the exposition have
been issued, and can be obtained by all
intending exhibitors by applying for
them either in person or by mail.
Sultan of Turkey has consented to the
erection of a mosque at the exposition
grounds for the religious services of Mo
hammedans who attend the fair. It is
reported that (3,000 will be expended in
Its erection.
The enormouweteel trusses to sustain
the roof of the manufacturers' buildinar
are the largest ever made for architect
ural purposes. They span 3n8 feet, and
rise to a height of 211 feet. The contract
for them calls for about (400,000.
The total amount reported appropri
ated by foreign nations and colonies for
their representation at the exposition so
far as heard from is (3.951.053. Quite a
number of those which have decided to
participate have not yet made approtfri-
ations.
The Illinois State Board of Agriculture
has offered a number of prizes, ranging
from (50 to (250, for the best exhibits
shown at the Bute Fair, to be beld at
Peoria in September. From these ex
hibits the board will make many selec
tions for the World's Fair.
The Illinois State Exposition Board
has set apart (40,000 as a special fund
tor the encouragement of live-stock ex
hibits at the fair. The fund is appor
tioned as follows 11 rees. 87 per cent. :
rattle, 30 per cent. ; bogs, 15 per cent. ;
sheep, 12 per cent. ; poultry, 8 per cent.
II. Gloster Armstrong of London is in
Chicago making application for space
upon which to show a reproduction of
the lower of lxmdon, or rather the most
interesting portions of it, such as the
White Tower, Beaucharap Tower, Tower
Green, Traitor's Gate, etc. . He repre
sents a company willing to expend J5J.-
000 in the enterprise.
The United States Treasury Depart-
IJItriib I1HH llttUiUtMl LUHL mWUlDWV.JIU--
ported to the exposition from foreign
countries either wholly as an exhibit or
to be shown in connection with the il
lustration of some manufacturing wroo-
eas shall be admitted free of duty. Any
raw material imported for nse in such,
process must pay duty, however.
M. Seranno. Mexico's special World's
Fair Commissioner, who visited Chicago
a short time ago and made a thorough
inspection of exposition progress and
affairs, has made to his government a
report exceedingly favorable to the ex
position, lie advocates an elaborate
participation by Mexico. President Diai
has expressed himself in favor of mak
ing a fine showing of Mexico's- progress
and advantages rather than of her relics
and antiquities.
A bill protecting foreign exhibitors of
patented articles from all possible prose
cution for infringement has been passed
oy tne senate, and is pending and re
Eorted sure to pass in the House. The.
ill reads as follows : " That no citizen
of any country shall be held liable for
the minngement ot any patent granted
oy ine united tates or any trade mark
registered in the United States, where
the act complained of is performed in
connection with the exhibition of any
article or thing at the World's Colum
bian Kxpoaition at Chicago."
Jackson Park will retain as one of its
permanent attractions the building
which Japan will erect for its headquar
ters at the exposition. The building
will be modeled after one of the most
famous and architecturally unique of
Japan's ancient temples, and with Its
surrounding garden will cost (70,000.
About 40,000 square feet will be occu
pied. The South Park Commissioners
nave accepted the offer of S. Teirima.
representative of the Mikado, to giyn th
structure to Chicago on condition that It
be kept permanent and ia repair, and
that one room in it be devoted 9 a pub
lic exhibit of Japanese works of art,
which the Japanese government agrees
to replenish from time to time.", "
PERSONAL MENTION.
King of Greece Threatened for Dis
missing His Ministry Ages Ot
Presidential Candidates.
Baroness Bnrdett-Coutts believes that
sapphire blue velvet is Uie proper mourn
ing color. "
General Talmer, li'fe many other big
men, has a little wife. Mrs. Palmer ia
Brother Joseph Cook intimates" that
Sunday newspapers are published to
make money. Well, what is a Monday
lectureship lor, any now T
Collie P. Huntington thinks wood sr
ing the best exercise for young m'
Not that he need to think so in the (
when he tawed wood himself.
"And now the King ot Greece is threat?
ened la menacing letters for his conn
: ,11 ! 1 .1 t ! . 1 ... n I , 1 r- . '
111 uiaiuiBBing iue ministry. i.ne --
business," as A. Ward called it, i"
ting decidedly uncomfortable, ,
Mr. Cleveland is 65, Senator
53, laenator Allison t3, Senato
62 and Senator Carliulo 5;$, wlk
Gray and Sherman are pst miV
Grant, who was ina-M: iiate.1) "
said to have been Ui jtmnv - -'
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