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, FRIDAY. .V" ' f, r)j irlr tuhwtrl . y in mivHn 111 1I1WV Ull APRIL I, 1692. NOTICE. ilcrl))tloil to ttflt OLOIIKtllfl.H), miVHiice. No ilcvlntlnn from thi) tumor will be toiiM.l nt the end of , Tu (or whUih It In pHld uiiIkm ftirtlmr or j and tmlrt (nr. A blue neiicll tnitrlt nromiil .11.11. notli'u imllPHtc tlmt your Mlwrlptloii bR rxpiTvu, una n jron wikii tnu (inpBr continued you ilioukl remit tliu muoutit u loon as jxiMibU). GLOBOSITIES. March came in this taring like a kmb and went out like a nore-tailed lion. May Day the 1st of May, will be eel ,.. ebrated by a tig dianco at Condon. Look ' out lor poeteri. Old Vetmviut li again in a state of ... eruption. Alto the only man who can . carry big county. Life. Tl.e Gloiib has several tliouf nnd blank mortgage and warraiity deeds, chattel mortgage, etc., for tale cheap. Boo the new ad of the S. B. Medicine Co. Spell over It carefully and by that time you'll coneluda to buy aome of it. The itia)ii had a mooting at Condon (Saturday evening, and afterwards par took of an excellent a upper at Maddock'a hotel. ' Forty-one new aubacriptlont thii week In not very -discouraging to this official intelligence foundry. Still there's room for more. J. 11. Downing this week purchased a large bill of dry goods from a Mr. Mur phy, travelling salesman for a large Portland house. The married man who Interrupts while his wife in giving him a curtain lecture only delays the time of his going to aleep. Klmira Gazette. , Owing to lack of apace, we are com pelled to hold over an interesting com munication from our Beecher Flat corre evident until next issue, lion. J. P, Wager of Portland, the at , torney, informs us that he cannot make it suit to come to Condon before April 11th the date circuit court convenes. Arousing turnout of the followers of democracy ar expected at the primaries here Saturday. It is hoped enough of i.- tfii.m' runMA drammed nut ta tret five delegates at least, even if they can't read. Stock interests in this section were never in better condition for years than in tho present season. Horace, cattle and sheep aro in good flesh, and the jrraas ia excellent for this season of the year. '. Enraged contributor Your proof-read-. r made nonsense out of that article of mine this morning, air! outrageous nonsense, sir! Editor By Georne! I couldn't make anything out of it at all ; I'll raise that fellow's wages. Judge. - Patsy Coanrdly,. brother t our Tim, arrived here Monday, fresh from On Id Ireland, and expects to try his luck in .1 - sin- : if a f- I in II I ll W f 1 crv, fin in ; uun it ui the slowneiw with which trains run in this country, twins nine da v on iio way i x from-New York. ."it f MrV -P-' iKat e. be sa d t m dlOT l haveal- . ' , W t 1 . I !L. . 1 me as something more than a friend." -I . .1 l.L ueorge," sue answereti noiiiy, wiwi half-averted face, " you you are away oft.", And deorge understood. He came nearer. Texas Siftings. In our mention last week of Rev. Wise's -Hkbjit to Pendleton, it read that he attend- . itA 1lii W?mufwnalrmal" Kmirlnv Kdinnl Institute. It should have read "Congro- gational." This is only another proof ' that even the greatest of men are not Wr proof against making mistakes. t The clip of wool this season will be in better condition than for several years past; and the yield will be abundant and of good quality, i, Wool will not begin to go to market yet for some time, but The Dulles warehousemen are preparing to handle the largest clip of any season. See the new ad. of the Union Pacific. Thjtt By. company is now selling through tickets cheaper than ever before, and their nccotninodatian is also better than ...,. fPI... IT..!.... Ti .1(1.. I aaYest, tst and , quickest route to take for all points East, North and South, The Condon Grange had an enthusias tic meeting here Saturday, many gran gers from a distance being present. Eleven new members were received, and a epeelal meetings called for April 8th to initiate them. At tho rate the Con don Grange has been growing, it will soon be the strongest in the county. lloiso raisers will find Out something to their advantage by reading the adver tisements of if. C. Strickland and L. C. Hoffman, whose horses are recognized as tieing among the very best in the coun try. P. A, Fry requests us to state that "Hastings, the man-cater," and "Rat tler, the scrub,' will also be on hand this teuHOii at his ranch on Beecher Flat. State Senator Chas. Hilton was in town several days this week, and was present nt the republican convention Saturday. lIVloegn't ; Bay much about 1t, but we w w he would accept thgilinnt.lon' joint senator, rotate Granite ngnm lor jui f i i.i Lecturer Win. Holder (Rep) also has an , optic skinned for this honorable position and bo wants it bad, they say. : The Prineville News says : The Ocho co Review is not tho bops of the present existing county court f this county. The reader may bo surnrlsed( ?) to learn that this statement iaa fact, but the reu- son is easy Thi?.",writs" that have been aken befoleWla Honoi1, Judge Sumner, ne bfgi created on the ground that ie's "recorder" is not it citizen of eu mus. . , J. T. Murphy who had been working for Judge Mariner at Bhilock, was exam ined before Justice Ebi at Arlington Wednesday as to his mental condition. We have not yet heard the result. Mr. Murphy Is a victim of unfortunate cir cumstances, having been badly injured In the head several years ago, tho effects from which he was confined in the asy lum two or three times liefore. It is given out that a certain , lady not far from here, whoso husband had fallen into the habit of coming home tipsy at night, decided to try frightening him for a cure. She dressed up in a satauic mas querade and met him in the moonlight. "Come to me, I am the devil," said she in sepulchral tones. "That so?" replied, he; "shake, old boy; I'm yer brother-in-law. I married yer sister!" Rev. Wise returned homo Saturday, accompanied by Rev. Daniel Staver, a very able and eloquent minister from Portland. These reverend gentlemen began Monday evening with the first of a series of meetings' at Condon, which will probably last a couple of weeks if the same interest is taken that has ten so far. Rev. Clapp is expected here this week to assist in the good work. Dr. Paul Grant of Portland, represent ing bis line of excellent medicinal rem edies, under the trade mark of "0, W, R,," was in town Saturday. The doctor recognizing the Globe'h position us hav ing four times the circulation of any oth er paper in the county, has placed his ad vertisement on the first page of this great "Civillzer." It willappear fortho first in the issue of April 8th. Notice it. The Niles & Vinson marble works, of Walla, does the largest retail business of any house in the marble line north of San Francisco. They have received or ders for a carload of monuments and head stones to 1 placed in the ceme teries of Boise City, Idaho, during the month of May this year. This firm made a shipment of monuments to Dayton this week, which was the largest ever receiv ed there in a single shipment. Those desiring work should write for designs and er.ti males, Walla Walla Ex. A country physician, latwring under the most trying circumstances, writes to the city doctor for information as fol lows: "Deer dock i hev a pashunt boose fizicle sines shoes that the inpite was ulsrated of, and his lungs has dropt in too his stumik he is onabil to swoller and i feer bis stumHc tank is gon. i hav giv him evry thin with noo cfekt, his fothor is welthy honerd and inflooenshel. be is a activ membor of the m e chcrch and godd nos i doent want to lu.e him wat thai 1 do. ans buy rctcrnd male, yurs in ncad." Ex. Jury List. Following is the jury list drawn to serve at tho April term of circuit court for Gilliam county: John Cunningham, Arlington, iiverymn. Robt. Scales, " farmer. G. W. M'irve!, " L. L. Cooke, " " E. B. Frum, " carpenter Alex Crawford, Lone Rock, farmer J. W. Dyer, Mayville, John Myers, " " Al McConnell, " Wm. Nortridge, " " W. F. Dyer, " " R. E. Graham, " " E. A. Putnam, Fossil, " David Gilwou, " " G. W. Hamilton, " " Jas. Morrow, " " D. F. Ball, " J. W. Gilman, " Btockman Noble Saver, Olcx, farmer Jos. Budd, " " A. Henshaw, Condon, " F. M. Shannon, " , " 0. L. Baker, " J. K. FitzWater, Ferry Canyon, " Jas. II. Nelson, " " A. L. Duthio, Matney, " J. G. Stevenson, ' " R. M. Horn, Contention, " T. Davidson, Idea, " Robt. B. Spencer, Shelbv, ' S. D. Fletcher, Lost Valley, " A Mistake Corrected. BebohkrJJlat, Mch 28th. Eo. Gloiik: Kinuiy allow me to state through your columns that the job put up on me at the Mayville primaries on tho 10th, was a most insulting and cow ardly piece of work. The hoodlums who nominated me for' constable knew that I would not accept that or any other nom ination. I feel that it was done to cast a slur upon me, the scrubs claiming that I was seeking the nomination for repre sentative, which is false In every sense of the term. If any one doubts this, I can refer them to some of the most hon orable and prominent men in the coun ty, who will substantiate my statements. What makes it look all the more coward ly is that I was not t at the primaries), but was at home with my sick son while my w ife was attending the funeral of our daughter, Mrs, Blakely ; and it looks pretty low down to thus insult a man when his home is overshadowed by a cloud of sorrow and sadness. I am in deed sorry to think I have neighbors who would get down to such little busi ness. It is putting it pretty strong, but I feel that nothing elso w ill do the sub ject justice so well as to state that any one who says I am seeking olllce of any kind, is an unadulterated liar. ; I. A. Hknoeri-on. Palma Sola Presidontes Repu tacian Elegantes Cuban Bios- . 8onis.t Try them. L.' V. Par- Co.,,' .V'ndon,; Ortron. ''Republican Convention. ! For Representative L, J, Goodrich. , For Clurk Jny P; Lucas. For Sheriff R. M. Johnson. For Treasurer Herbert llalstead. v For Commissioner P. C. Martin. , For AsHessor H. C. Dndson. ' For School Supt. W. W. Kennedy. For Surveyor Ie Stewart. . . For Coroner Dr. J. J. Nicklin. The republican county convention met at Condon Saturday last. Delegates from the various precincts were present as follows: Arlington A. A. Jayne, J. A. Thtfmas, A. B. Vaughn, S. Gflawson and E. O. Tobev. Blalock L. J. Goodrich J.E.David, Rock Creek B. T. Knell and T. G. Woodland, Condon Goo. Tatorn, R. W. Cooke and Al Henshaw. Ferry Canyon Ralph Froman. , Matney F. M. Pliter, J. E. Downer. Idea J. E. Downer, proxy. Lone Rock R. M. Johnson and Geo, I'errv. Trail Fork Alex Hardie, Ed. Smith. Mavville Geo, Dukek, H.R, Ramsay. Butte Creek F. W. Royal, B. Kelsay and W. W. Kennedy. Crown Rock John Perin, J. W. Lyle Rowe Creek P. C. Martin and iiar vev Martin. The convention organized by electing L. J, Goodrich temporary .chair man and F. W. Loval secretary.. Committees on credentials and order of business were appointed and convention adjourned to 1 p. rn., when committees reported and permanent organization was bad bv electing A. X. Jayne chairman and F. W. Royal secretary. Ticket nominated waB as follows: Representative, L. J. Goodrich, by ac clamation. Clerk, J, P. Lucas by acclamation. Sheriff, It. M, Johnson. Treasurer, Herbert Halstead, by accla mation. School Supt.,W.W, Kennedy, by accla mation. Commissioner, P. C. Martin. Assessor, H. C. Dodson. Surveyor, T. L. Stewart, by acclama tion. Coroner, Dr. Nicklin, by acclamation. The principal struggle was for sheriff and afWHSor. It. M. Johnson received 17 and Livingstone 18 voles for sheriff. For assessor, David Mason and Mr. Shep ley wercspeken of, but both withdrew in favor of 11. C. Dodson. Two ballots were necessary to decide the nomination for commissioner, P. C. Martin, Alex Hardie, W. F. Stttlemier and R. M. Johns being named. , Perfonnel of the candidates: L. J. Goodrich is a pronperous and in telligent farmer of the north end of the county, hear Blalock, and his party could not have made a ltter selection, P. C. Martin of Rowe Creek, is also a practical and successful farmer, and is a go.d selection. R. M. Johnson is a farmer and stock raiser of I,one Rock, and a competent man, weighing over 200 lbs. J. P. Lucas -well you know all about him, so treat him accordingly. H. C Dodson is a farmer and stock man living near Clem, and the party could not have put up a stronger man. " Uerliert Halstead, our popular young merchant, is the proper- jierson to han dle your and there is probably not a man in the countv who will joll a heav ier vote titan Ibtebert will in June. ' W. W. Kennedy's qualifications are so well and favorably known that it is use less fur comment on his part. Lee Stewart is a stokmaiiof West Fork and has some knowledge of surveying. Dr. Nicklin will sit on a corpse with uh much dignity as anv man in the coun trv, and If elected, will till the important ot'ice of coroner with pror decorum if vou know what that means. V. W. Steiwer, F. W. Royal, Jay P. Lucas and A. A. Jayne were elected del egates to the state convention. A. A. Jayno was elected chairman of the county" central committee, the list of members of which we have not yet re ceived. Arlington Antonatlona. Ed Miller; the jeweler, has leased the Jordan houee and w ill enter upon his new duty as landlord next week. ,C. A. Franks, we understand, has rent ed his ranch on Willow creek to a Mr. Squires, who will try his luck in the cat tle business. Among the many visitors to our town this week from a distance we noticed Judga Denny of Portland, ex-Gov. Z. F. Moody, Senator Chas. Hilton and Drs. Rinehart and Moody of The Dalles, J. H. Downing and sheriff Wilcox of Condon, J no. Madden and Ed Copner of Lone Rock. . ' It seems to be a settled fact in this end of the county that Jay P's opponent in the race for clerk will ' to none other than our Clarence A. Shnrte, the popu lar book-keeper for J. W. Smith. Mr. Shnrte no doubt would make an efficient and competent officer. He has managed Mr. Smith's enormous business in the UiOat niicCtAS'ui tuBiirrpr l"t wVlnt VCUrS, and his many friends think if he ge'tsthe nomination he will run at a rate that will be amazing to some of 'em. Still it is very evident that a better man could not le placed in the office than the pres ent clerk, and it is very probable he will "git thar" again with a handsome ".Ma jority." ' : Suds. Fine Horses Coming. Edward Palmer of Ajax, this county, has just purchased from tho noted horse importing concern, Dr. Valerius A Co., of Watertown, Win., two of the best-full-blooded stallions tlmt they had in their extensive stmbles. "Elite," 6H80, is a French stallion, weight 2000 pounds, as black as coal, is only 4 years old and has wonderful style and action. The other one, "Duke Daruley," 4841, an imported Clydesdale stallion, a graud-son or "Da ruley," 222, the bent Clyde stallion Scot land ever knew. "Duke Daruley" is not quite as large as "Elite," but be is a grand horse in every, way. It is really a pity that these wonderful stallions did not arrive in this vicinity three weeks ago. Still such superior stallions as these we have no doubt will yet get a large patronage, and Mr. Palmer is for tunate in securing these fine animals. Tho horses left Watertown, Wis., on March li5ih and will arrive at Arlington about April 4th. . To the Public I respectfully announce to the public that I keep constantly on band a large qunutity of the very le8t quality of tloiir at my ihmrintr mill, which I am now selling at 4.50 prr barrel. In exchange I Wlll give 88 lis of Hour for olie bushel of ;; vd, merchantable wheat, I A ( J. A. Cam, ylux, Or. Germany Gerna. i The fcstate of John Lakey, deceased, I has been appraised a,t 500. John V. Martin is the administrator. Gene Gilman has sold bis extensive stock and land interests "here, and will leave soon for tho Willamette valley, where he will try bis luck farming on an extensive scale, aided by the earth's surface. "Wild flowers in bloom, of all kinds and descriptions." How very poetical 1 and original, too, the above sounds. We iiope no one will be so nnkind now as to reciark that we are "about as much a poet as a sheep is a goet." The mud which we delicately alluded to with a fatherly feeling about a month ago hasn't all subsided yet, thus furnish ing the subject for this valuable bit of intelligence. Our farmers have not been able to cultivate their excellent farms on account of it. Some "Germany" people went to Con don Saturday last, and all say they were greatly surprised at the- rapid and sub stantial growth of Gilliam's gay capital during the last year. As they are all "good republicans," they took in the the convention while there. It is a very true and trite saying that "Everybody can't be suited." In view of this fact, we will say that just now we are having over-abundance of rain. But doubtless these same showers are highly appreciated in the dryer portions of the country, where it usually ia so dry that the inhabitants can't even lick a postage stamp. FiiisKY. Lone Rock Rumblings.'' Politix up here is pretty quiet, being like a jng- handle all on one side. Morgan Ward went over to Fossil Sat urday to attend quarterly meeting, and returned home Sunday. We understand Otho Ward has lost a good many sheep this spring, by coming in too close contact with coyotes. Owing to their very productive real es tate being too wet for plowing, some of our industrious farmers are becoming very tired of resting. Last Tuesday Doc Brown sold his Hen shaw ranch at Lone Rock to Jas. Ben nett, consideration $2,500. This is one of the prettiest locations in Lone Rock valley, and Jim' is of just the right sort to enjoy it. There are three matrimonial engage ments in this man's town two of them being delayed on account of shortage of age, and the third we presume ow ing to too much age. But they all "keep stay-! ing" just the same, At this writing, the hills about here are rold in white, and have been for sev eral days. March dawned upon us like a laiubj and the howling -winds which accompany its departure sound a little like the lion part of the saying. Bob Johnson, Geo. Perry, Dan Rine hart and Chas. Cole ail came home from the county seat Sunday in a big snow storm, with the star spangled tanner on their heads and a little joker of 'Condon's Best" under the seat, w bile their jaws were working vigorously with "Black jack" chewing gum. We're all democrats up here, you know, and of course they don't have much to say to us. Cowboy. "Class Houses." - Mawim-e, March 28th. d. Glojie; No doubt some of the readers of ur spicy little paper will re member that nearly a -ear ago a corre spondent from this section made men tion of a marriage that occurred "not 1000 miles from Mayville," and spoke in rather uncomplimentary terms of the young man, leaving creditors in the lurch etc., which statements were mostly in correct. Someof the friends of the young married couple did not appreciate it very much, and even remarked that possibly the correspondent might sometime meet with a similar experience. It seems that their predictions in this respect have been correct. "Not 1000 years ago, and also not many thousand miles from Mayville," this same correspondent got married, and it seems he was obliged to borrow spondoolix to get home on: and if reports are true, he also has not been any too prompt in ', paying his debts, board bills, etc. I regret having to men tion these things, and , would not have done so, but for the reason that 1 think "people who live in glass houses should not throw stones.". Begging pardon fo thus intruding on the Globe, I subscribe myself, J. P. P. A Lost Boy. Last fiill about October 15th, Joseph Fremateid,' my step-son, a Swede, aged 21, and myself left Montana forthe John Day valley in Oregon. Somehow we be came e pa rated and I do not know whether he ever arrived at his destina tion or not, nor do I have any idea of his whereabouts.' --'Any information regard ing him will' be gratefully received by me. Pat Harvey, Condon, Oregon. H Extra Good Horses For Sale. I have at my ranch on Rock creek a number of good, extra heavy horses that are being fed preparatory for spring mar ket. Will sell ou time" for six or nine months, to suit purchaser, on approved notes. Intending buyers will do well to consult me before buying elsewhere. Frank Htrickun, Shelby, Or. Last Call. Gentlemen. I positively .must have w hat is due m i before April'lO, 't!2, and request al) who know themselves indebted to me to call nnd settle nt once, or costs wi 11 have t be aaiiou. U.S. Clark, t on;' (Jrod hums ut Downing'!, Vf fcT'J Tdxjil flour nvlnrcrl from ?fi to II. Inwnmx'n. CO k -Jit mmmk OS CO CD fWsH A 9W GENERAL MERCHANDISE, GROCERIES, DRY-:-GOOD TOBACCOS, HARDWARE) . And Everything Else Usually Kept in a . First-clasa Morcantila Establishmant. CONDON, : - : OREGON. ANOTHER WAR! LIVE AND 13 OUR A Few Green-eyed, who are jealous of our success, will Cut if you want proof that our prices are not high, come and see us; and we will furnish the proof. v We admit that our prices are war prices, but it ia OUR war prices on the old un-American, mossbsck system of selling you sugar "below cost" and cutting your throat when you buy anything else. That is not.our way of doing business. WE MEAN-BUSINESS! ... . . :. . and when you, have anything to buy, and have the money with which to buy, we will challenge your satisfaction. . L. W . JLlAKLIiM tt & UU., Condon, - Trask Bros. MAYVILLE, - -Otier thtir GENERAL MERCHANDISE, : AT HQT-fno AMU S ' We respectfully 'request that all arc units be settled scon. WUX IUUlI I X KJ LCI , Condon, Oregon. MRS. S. A. MADDOCK, PliurKIETIlKSS. This Large New Hotel is the nishAfJ Hr.tol First-class Accommodation' and Low Rate3. 'The table is supplied with the ut that the market afl'ordri. NEW BLACKSMITH SHOP. G. S. CLARK, Proprietor. All kindi of-Maekfiinith work diw with . neatness and at bwit rat' H, HORSE-SHOEING A SPECIALTY. . Jjesirc my friends. i hen ( call at my iieu 001 mrm it CD .CO 'el m V '1 t -. - LET LIVE" MOTTO. Lazy Beer-guzzlers tell joip that our prices aru liitrh - - O recro n. & Rippey, - OREGON, entire Etoeli of- Most Comfortable and Best-Fur- In Ciilliam Crtiintv. 1 .. in need of any work in my iw. l shop on Main street, . S