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OF ANY PAPER IN THE COUNTY. . , I'l'BMBIIKD 1CVEKY FHIDAV BV SLOAN P. SHUTT, Editor im 4 Proprietor. ADVERTISING KATKS. Professional csrds , t no per month One square 1 SO per month J (ne-(imitf'r cnliimu ; Jl SO per month ! One half rolnntn 00 per month j One column 10 00 per month ;.. Business lovsls will be charged at 10 cents per line for tint Insertion and 5 cents per Una there after. ' Ijegal advertisements will in all cases be charged to the party ordering them, at legal rates, and paid tor before affidavit is furnished feubsvrlvtliin Kates. ' 0 Otmymr (livrl!ilyiu'1vnc),.. J 50 Q1K IIHIUMIS .. ..... w TUruv mutillis,,. .i , ;5 Uiugie ciinlfn .... 10 VOL. 2. CONDON, GILLIAM CO., OREGON, FRIDAY. APRIL 15, 1892. NO. 4. THE OFFICIAL AND LEADING PAPER OF GILLIAM COUNTY. GLOBE. t Kntertd itl ihn PnMnJfWt at CwuUm, Oregon, iu tmmtl-cUtii miM nntltr. OKKICIAL IIIKKOTOKV. i;iilt.id 8tt.. President .. Vice I'mnlilnut Heoretary of H'ate Hwretarjr of Treasury..., Hmiretary of Inturlor...... Heoretary of War Huoretaiy of Navy Post inaiuir-t iunnral Attonj.v-deijural , beorotary of Agrieultur Benjamin Hasrisom iti" I.KVI V. MoHTOM JsMKS (i Hf.AINK ..,, CHAS. FOSTKK . ..J. V NOHI.I iyfKf HKN H. Kl.KIN p. P Tracy ...John Wamamakkr W II. II. Mii.i.k .......JCHKMIAII K(!K ; Statu of Ores; Oovernnr.... .,.,....., Hm'retsrr o( Htate 1resnrer.. Bupt. of fubllc ln.lruo Inn.,.., Beualors ... Cons ' essmau Printer ... PnHNoviia W. Ml Hill l ..hniL Hktmi maH K. H. Mi.-Ki.hoy I J. H. Miti HicLl IJ. M boi.ru. B llKKNANK .Kkakk. (!. Hakkk K. n. HI ...... ?W. V U (R.S. Hi It. M. HlKANAK Supreme Jn1irqs.. AN. Seventh Judicial District. Joint Sanator ....CllARt.r.s Milton Circuit jHilge , W, I.. tiuenv Prwwcutlug At.oruey W. II. Wii.wik Gilliam ('ounty. Kepresentrntlre.. ,.W. J. Mdlkry 'Jiidgo Commissioners...., Clerk ..... ;. Hherlff. Tn-anurcr,.,.,.., Asmsor Surveyor..., , Mtlioul t)upriutail.M ..... (nrmirt Bietik lnur.,.. ............ W. J. Makini (T. 0. WOOKLANO W. J. KlIWAMP ....... Jay V. Mjcas W. 1 WllXO ... H O. Kwiku .David Mason ..II. u. II u hi.hu ar ....I.PCIKN Parskr it. U. Hanhins ...,.,.ALKI DllTHIK Condon Tr.rilnrt. Justice of the Peace Ororor Tatom Coiisiable. ... Dan Hinihaht Union Pacific Railway Time Card. Taking effuot January I 1MM, trains will arrive and loare Anlugtou as follows vis.: ASr-ROUND. Train No. S, fast mall, ?eares Arlington daily at A. M. ,. Hi, f, PeclAo xpreas.lcaret Arlington dally at 8:10 r. u. WSST-RODNB. Trsla No. 1, fast mall, Waves Arlington daily at 13 a. m. No. 7. Psolfle ei press, leaves Arlington dally at 8.61 r. at. a HRCrNRR RRANCR YRAINS. Train No. SI arrives from Hoppner daily, Matttuudsy at 11 A. n. Mo. i Inavcs lor Huppner dally, eiccpt Ha day, at I'M r. M. ' Tnr.ugn tli kets sold and bsggsge checked through to ell points In the United ruatos and Caaatia. COUJNH, Ticket Agent, Arlington, ur. 4 f . A. . M -MT. MORIAH UIDtiK. No. M- A. evenln Hiatcd commanii atlous on Drt Saturday v.uliiKS after ftrsl Moiidarsof each niontn. bo- I'lnrniiiR bre'hren In goods' and ng are cordially nan . M. luviteii to stu'tiu. r. r. tAon, n IUkhkht Hai.htsao, Secretary. RKV. W. C. WIHK WIU. HOLD 8IRV1CK8 evety 2.1 and iti Bunlay tuiach roou'h at t ondnn, morn'ng and eveufnc, aud. st Matnry school house at 'i r. m. Kv.ry 1st and Sd Sunday be will urracbatMvyvllle.truiuganievnulug. ' TRY ONE OF ED Ii. HUTIiEY'S $10 SUITS For gentlemen, worth $20 for wear. Twelve cloth samples, fashion pUto nd measurement blank free. Postage, 6 cents. - Ed L. tfantley fi Co., Wholesale Gentile Tailors, '' 184 MADISON 8TREET, CHICACO, ILL. ' When ordering sampUs please oiention ConDOif (Gilliam countj, : Or.) Globe. . : " -.- ' ' A 30-MILE SAW MILL Is five miles east of Fossil and fifteen milei southeast of Condon. This large new mill turns out, and has on the grounds at all times, as good and clean lumber as can be found on the Paeific Coast. First-class seasoned lumber of all kinds in any quantity. This mill is the most accessible for the people of Fossil and southern Gilliam county, and keeps better lumber and sells cheapor than any other mill in that sec tion. Lumber will be delivered on top of the hill without extra charge. Viva. S-i.-ww T DV GEO. J. METTEER Condon Livery and Feed Stable, SOUTH MAIN STREET, CONDON, OR. BILLY MACK, Proprietor. Good horns for hire, at reasonable rates. Special attention given Ia Transient stock. . If vou have a horse or anything sure to see Billy. He makes a specialty of trading horses, etc. EXCHANGE P. SKELLY, Proprietor, vvl'.v:; KEEPS OS HAND Fresh. Beer, Wines, TXESH WALLi WALLA STEAMED KEQ BEER UPCH IOE. ' f A fine billiard parlor in connection. Whea you feel like having little amusement call around and see Pat. He will treat you well. JjK. J. , U00AN, - : PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Condon. Or. Office Oregon are., Dsit door to Olobt ofTies. I)" JOHN N1CEI.IN, Condon, Or. OITIce avenue. t retldenc of Major Lucas, Oregon AY P. U'CAJI, Comity Clerk, DORK AM. UN i Of LAND AND NOTARY BUSINESS In a neat and careful manner. 1EOKOK TATOM, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, Condon, Or. Collections msde and prompt returns given. . jj WT darIino, "Notary Public and Conveyancer, Condon, Or. Collections mails with dispatch. Kcprvsents the (Inrman-Ainerlcan and the Nortbueit rite and Marine Insurance Company. JlO RK KI.I A BLK FIRE INHCRANCK AfffcT TO THK , PHaNix of Hartford." C'asft strts, A,M J. Herbert Halsiead, Agent, Condon, Or. y T. THURNAai.. CONTRAOTOR AND BUILDER, Condon. Or. Estimates furnished on application. Will guar antee to make, anything In wood from a ten story building dowujo hornets' nest. , .KllR H. M. BOSS, 'CARPENTERS AND CONTRACTORS, .'. ( Condon. Or. ., t, . ' All kinds of carpenter work done with dis patch at the most reasonable chaiges. OfDoe on sifewt wherever yoa can find thess. A. 0(OUWIN, 'painter and Paper-Hanoer, Condon, Or. All kladsof painting and papering don at modurata ratot. Olva me a chance. I.EX BALSIMIER, Shoemaker. I have been on the bench over twenty years, and an maitr at Vie buMness. Bring on your orders. All my work guarantied, Shop In the Klx buildtnn, at scales, Condon, Or. ARM NUTO.N-POBtil L DAILY STAUE LINE. K. A. Melson, Proprietor. rARR VROM ARUKIilON TO fossil 00. Return, 10 00 Mayv He..... ft 00 ....Re urn. t 00 tJondon.. 00 Return, 7 M Clem 8 00 Return, 00 Olet. .: 2 00 .. Return, I 00 Lavee Arlington every moraine (Sunday e cepted) at 6:30 o'ct'ick. la due at Condon at a r. ..aodarrlvesatrossllat7r.il. i'Ciass, vis: rCUgli, VAV. & CO, Proprietors. else that you want to trade, be ; SALOON. j& Liquors and Cigars. Several of the members of B&lm&ce da's Contend, admitted to bail, are in such a wretched condition through prison base that their lives are despaired of. The center of the French ribbon trade, St. Ltienne. has been shaken with ez citement on the rumor of the betrayal of valuable trade secrets to loreign firms It Is affirmed at Rome that Baron Fava will rename his duties as Italian Minis ter at YVashiri2ton soon, if the Question of indemnity in the New Orleans affair is arranged. , The Spanish government is said to be trying to farm out the Cuban custom houses for a period of ten years to a syn dicate of London, Hamburg and Amster dam capitalists. , Russian Jews are prohibited from passing through Germany, and manr in stances have occurred where they have been shot down by German soldiers for persisting in crossing the line. In the British House of Commons a resolution favoring the payment of mem bers of the Commons in order to enable the representatives of the industrial classes to be elected was defeated. The German steamship Eider, which was recently wrecked off Atherfleld. Isle of Wight, has been successfully floated irom the rocky bed, on which she has rested since the night of January 31. Deeming, the Australian murderer. while being taken to Melbourne came near bein lynched. The windows of bis car were broken, and rushes were made to the train wherever it stopped. The women were especially violent. A mass meeting of workmen at Syd ney. IN. H. W., protested against the in troduction of colored labor into the col ony while white men were without work. The Legislature will be urged to prohibit tne importation ot black laborers. The depression from which the Hong kong and Shanghai Bank shares have suffered for a week past in London is explained by a telegram from Hongkong saying the comprador of the institution embezzled 1500,000 and decamped. Til ManvlisV aVts AAnrviViiirAil au 1vttr VU 1MHUIIVI TV IIV WI1V' IUUMAI t7U UU and so attractively to the pictorial feat ures oi funeh, was once asked how tie managed to keep no so well with the changes in women's fashions. His an swer was : ' Yonng man, when you have a wife and three daughters like those girls of mine, yoa will know more about lashlon than yoa want to know." 10SDON-U!lf, ROCK DAILY STACK I.INB. D. M. Khlaehart, rroprletr. Leaves I'ondoa everv moraine (Bandars ez- eepied ; at :.' o'clock, and a' rives at Loue Ruck at iz M. via Metner and uo Valley. fare, S.OO. Round Trip, 93.50. I08TOFriC VARIETY STORE, Lumi Ruck, Ok. 9. B. Go IT, Proprietor. Keeps always oa band Mellclnes. Cisars and Tobaccos, Sue Candles, School Supplies, Toilet Articles. Stationery, Harps aud Toys, and every thing else usually found In a country variety store. Everything I handle Is flrst-class. aud ray prl'ws are I he lowest. Give me a trial. VENDOME HOTEL, ARLINGTON. OR. G. T. WELLS, Proprietor. Belter accommodations (or families csn be had at this house than at any other hotel in town. Board and lodrlnr per day Soard without lodging per week... Beds.....,M........ ............, ..11 00 .. 6 00 .. 26 .. 35 Give this aoUl a trial and be convinced that It la the best place to atop at tu Arlington. Mala Street, One Block From Depot. BENNETTS DEPOT . HOTEL, ARLINGTON, OB. Headquarters for T. P. A. N. W. Adjolnlnt; the depot, It Is very eonvenlent for passengers irom tne oaca country wno . have to leave by night trains. Ifter tt'trd Deultch getprochen. On park Jfrancatt. No Chines. Meets all trains. J. W. BKNNKTT, Proprietor. UR Dr. Grant's Syrup of Wild Grape Root. The great blood purifier and 19 the product of Oregon soil. Ketau price, $1. Dr. Grant's Kidney and Liver Cure. For the cure of Bright'B Disease, Diabetes, Biliousness, Sick Head ar.he and all kidney troubles. Retail price, $1. Dr. Grant's Native Discovery. The great female remedy. For peculiar to females, bold price, $1. . Dr. Grant's Cloalo. The great dyspepsia conqueror; all its kindred ailments. Every bottle sold under a positive guar antee to effect a cure or money refunded. Retail price, $1. For Gale by L. 7. Darling & Co., Condon, Or. PACIFIC COAST. The Portland Shipments of Wheat: IDAHO'S WARDEN REMOVED. A Disease Similar to the Grip Prevails Among the Horses About Boise City. ,. Astoria is to bare a can factory. The British Columbia canneries pro pose to cat the salmon pack down one half. Millions of crickets bave made their appearance on the Warm Springs reser vation in Oregon. An English syndicate is trying to bar the plant of the Electric Light Company of Bait Lake for (500,000. The horses about Boise City. Idaho. have a disease similar to the grip, though it i fatal la nearly every case. At the present term of the District Court in Ada county, Idaho, some fifteen divorce cases are to oe tried. The Santa Fe is preparing to compete with the Southern Pacific in its ixwaen- ger business at Santa Monica. A New York syndicate has paid 17.- 500,000 for Hubbard & Bowers1 Harqua Hala gold mines in Arizona. The troubles of the San Diego Sun are tided over. Warren Wilson has obtained full possession of the property. Portland's shipments of wheat from August 1 to February 29 to foreign ports were 3,028,985 centals, valued at 000; to domestic ports, 830,021 .centals, valued at $1,305,285. The exports of flour to foreign ports were 245,492 bar rels, valued at $1,062,960; to domestic ports, 81,036 barrels, valued at $396,780. The receipts of wheat from the inland empire aggregated 4,618,948 centals; flour, 100,747 barrels; valley wheat, 705,491 centals ; nour, 227,003 barrels. W. 8. Mack, for the past year Warden of the Idaho penitent ary, has been re moved and Frank S. Janne of Weiser, Washington county, installed as his suc cessor. The new Warden will assume his duties at once. Mack's term of war den ship has been fraught with a thou sand scandals. Among other things the practice of allowing glove contests in the prison yard created a big rumpus last fall. Mack was appointed from ilailey, having for backers Senator Du bois and other prominent persons. Soon after he became Warden it was alleged by John Mitchell, who filed affidavits to that effect, that he bad swindled cred itors in Spokane and Seattle. Other al legations of crookedness were made. Those of the Prison Commission who asked for his removal were Governor Willey and Attorney-General Roberts. The Columbia river centennial cele bration is to take place at Astoria May 10, 11 and 12 next. The present plan's are to have the 10th occupied with an address of welcome by the Mayor of the city and responses by visitors, an excur sion to Fort Stevens and the government jetty, a parade of civic societies and an I exhibition drill by the Astoria fire de partment and in the evening a musical concert and literary exercises. The 11th is to be centennial day. There will be a national salute at sunrise; an imitation ship Columbia will proceed to the en trance of the Columbia with specially invited guests, while a convoy consisting of steamers, sailing vessels and other water craft will leave in time to escort the ship back again. Captain Simpson of San Francisco and Gray's Harbor has promised to make all possible efforts to provide a vessel which will be as nearly as possible like the Columbia, which discovered the river 100 years ago. At noon there will be a grand salute, an them by bands and chorus of cheers, whistles and bells, to be answered by 100 guns from Forts Stevens and Canby. An oration by Prof. John Fiske of Massa chusetts and other literary exercises will follow ; national s&lute at sunset and a marine torchlight procession of steam ers, tugs and fishing boats in the even ing. The 12th will be occupied with excursions to different places, as visitors may choose, and probably some addresses by a representative speaker from each of the States drained by the Columbia Oregon, Washington and Idaho. The Secretary of War and the Secretary of the Navy have promised that their de partments will co-operate in the celebra tion, and the Pioneer Associations and Indian War Veterans are invited to be present in their respective bodies. OIMDERFUL KEIVIEDIES. system tonic. Purely vegetable, and the cure of diseases and complaints unaer a positive guarantee. Retail will positively cure dyspepsia and WORLD'S FAIR NOTES. The Emperor Desires to Have a Fine Display of German Silks and Velvets at Chicago. Austria will make a fine exhibit of glass, porcelain, bronze, leather, artistic iron and cabinet work. In the Illinois State building a room 32x64 feet has been assigned to a kinder garten exhibit, which will be made chiefly under the direction of the women. A choral hall, 160x120 feet, will be erected near the horticultural building. There Prof. Tomlins with 2,000 trained voices will furnish rare choral music during the exposition. The Welsh In ternational Eisteddfod will occupy the building for a week. Michigan's building will measure lOOx 140 feet and be three stories high. It will be constructed of Michigan mate rial, which with the furnishings will be donated. Though but $20,000 of the ap propriation will be devoted to its erec tion, it will in reality be a $53,000 build ing. The governments of Norway and Swe den have respectively asked for World's Fair appropriations of $61,288 and $53, 6,;0. In Norway a number of private citizens are laising a fund of $10,720. with which to build and send to Chicago a counterpart of the Viking ship, which was exhumed near Sandeflora a few years ago.- Tne Independent New York Scheutzen. considered the elite corps of German- American sharpshooters, have decided to attend the exposition in a body. The organization has in its membership many prominent business men. It has made two or mon shooting tours of Eu rope, on one of whidi it was entertained by rrince Bismarck. . " t Through misinformation a "World's Fair note " recently stated that the Rhode Island building wonld combine the architectural features of the present capitol building and of the one formerly usea at in ew port tiac.a is not the case. The structure will combine the features of the "old stone mill" at Newport, which is of unknown origin, and which is alluded to in Longfellow's "Skeleton in Armor," and those of the "Arcade," a business building in Providence erected about sixty-five years ago. Baron de Berlepsch, German Minister of Commerce, has written to the Cham ber of Commerce of Crefeld, the princi pal place in Prussia for the manufacture of silk goods, that the Emperor ardently desires that there should be as fine a dis play as possible of German silks and vel vets at the Chicago World's Fair. A majority of the silk and velvet manu facturing firms in the Rhenish prov inces will comply with the wishes of the Emperor, whose interest in Germany's share of the exhibition is having a stim ulating effect in all directions. PERSONAL MENTION. Mrs. Edison Prefers Candles to Elec . tricity English Baronets are Said to be Long-Lived. Turgenieffs brain is the largest one ever weighed by scientists. Carl Scour is engaged in writing his Reminiscences of Public Men and Events." George Alfred Townsend has gone to Spain to get material for a biography of Columbus. General Edward S. Bragg is small, vig orous, alert, able and bitter, lie has a sharp tongue and an honest purpose. T. Jefferson Coolidse. a wealthy mer chant of Boston, is prominently men tioned in connection with the. mission to France. General Bullock, a representative in Congress from Florida, was a Captain of volunteers in tne Indian war of 1858-9 in Southern Florida. Mrs. Edison, the wife of the man who has applied the electric light to domestic purposes, prefers candles to any other torm oi nousenoia illumination. Lucy Hooper says that Americans who go to Paris forget all about the Salon and the Institute and remember the Casino de Paris and the Moulin Rouge. Colonel Goodwin-Aasten sava & Chogo glacier in the Himalayas is one of tne most oeautiiul in the world. It is an almost impassable sea of ice waves on edge. ine tiapa cures are Dy far the richest among the reigning families of Europe. The private fortune of the Emperor of Austria may be reckoned at about $10.- 000,000. The houses occupied bv three Con necticut Governors, Richard D. Hubbard, Phineas Lounsbury and Morgan G. Bulkelev, stand in a row on one street in Hartford. One of the largest salaries received bv any man in this country is drawn by C. A. uriscom, the chief of the Interna tional Navigation Company, who receives $00,000 a year. Ex-Attorney-General Garland, who has resided in Washington these three years since he ceased to be a part of Mr. Cleveland's administration, is going back now 10 i.iiiie xvocx, Am., k live. English Baronets are long-lived. Sir James Bacon is 94; Rev. John Warren Hayes is 92, and at a like age Admiral Sir Lewis Tobias Jones is the senior of the navy list and the oldest Knight of theuatn. The most remarkable railway robber of modern times, the gentleman bandit of romance, Athanasius, the Greek, who has been living and practicing his " pro fession " for years in the cold glare of the last decade of the nineteenth cen tury, has reformed and become a gentle man farmer in the famous Vale of Lar- issa. no raises orcnias when he can, and talks oyer his wine about the days wnsn ns raisea purses. , EASTERN ITEMS. Loss of Stock and Sheep in Colorado. MICHIGAN'S GERRYMANDER. Arabs Arrive in New York With a Stud of Thoroughbred Arabian Horses Eto. . New York will repeal its nrison-for- debt law. The new city of Niagara Falls claims a population of 10,000. The Pawnee Indians in Oklahoma Territory threaten to give trouble. Injunction suits were filed against all the saloonkeepers at Muscatine, la. Ohio is considering a law making it criminal to discharge employes for union ism. The Pennsylvania road will test the constitutionality of the Indiana tax laws. Members of the Board of Education at Chicago are found to have been in the scramble for boodle. United States engineers are consider ing a project for a new bridge at the en trance of Duluth harbor. Kansas farmers are still paying off their mortgages. The total decreased $500,000 during February. , It is estimated that the losses to stock and sheep men of Colorado by the recent blizzard will reach $200,006. Chicago is securing Nebraska grain by rate manipulation, which shuts out St. Louis and Kansas City buyers. The latest tad among aimteur singers is to hare part of the cartilage of the nose removed to improve the voice. Secretary Foster ays that the govern ment has as available assets $64,000,000, exclusive of the $100,000,000 gold reserve. An effort is to be made to have the le gality of the Michigan gerrymander de termined by the United States Supreme Court. ' The window-glass manufactory at Spiceland. Ind.. has shut down on acv vuuui. ui me wiiure oi iva naiurai-gaa nnntv . r . I 1 . . i ... "rrv Secretary Foster says emphatically that the gold reserve of $100,000,000 will be held intact in the United States Treasury. A company has just been formed in Chicago to run 'buses on the boulevards propelled by accumulators or other elec trical appliances. There is a great strike in New York against the employment of hod-hoisting machines. The complaint is that the machines can't vote. It is said to have cost three corpora tions a total of nearly $500,000 to get three franchises through the Chicago City Council recently. c Nearly forty committees have been ap- pointed to canvass among New York's business men for funds sufficient to com plete its Grant monument. A great derrick picked 1.000,000 eggs from the Hudson river, ana never broke n . 11 . 1 1 " A uub. iucjr wm wauuuni m eigut -freight cars on a sunken float. The President has signed the bill giv- inor rarlftin lartrt Mnlitnwni ti thA I .!lr Observatory to the astronomical depart ment of the University of California. It is stated that General Miles expects to have his staff at Chicago increased to seventeen, making it the largest of any department headquarters in the army. The corner-stone of General Grant's monument in New York will be laid by President Harrison April 27 the seven tieth anniversary of the dead hero's ourn. Postmaster-General Wanamaker a few days ago received a $60 Confederate note from the Postmaster-General of Italy. and was requested to casb it. bat It was returned. Ferd Ward's term of ten years in Sing Sing will expire April 30. and be will be released. He was sentenced October 31, 1885, and about one-third of his time has been commuted. - The Missouri river at Jefferson City is moving a sand bar up stream so as to cut off the ferry landing, and threatens to go over to the uallaway side and cut out a lot of rich land. The Thirteenth Infantry, the Fifth and a part of the Seventh Cavalry will soon hAnmflnul MthAI hvnna ind Artiu. hoe reservations to clear squatters off before throwing open the lands to settle ment. The committee appointed by the Ohio Legislature to investigate the charges of corruption in the re-election of Senator Sherman has been unable to find a sin gle item of proof to suetain the accusa tions. . Mrs. Homer G. Baldwin, who was in jured so terribly in the New York Cen tral collision at Hastings on Christmas eve, has sued the railroad company for $2 1,000 damages. Her injuries are of a fearful character. Exports of breadstuff's continue enor mous, and chow wonderful increases in value. For the eight months, July, 1891, to March 1, 1892, their value was $210,000,000, against $73,000,000 for the samepariodin 1890-1. The Illinois State crop report places the area of winter wheat at 1,895,000 acres, or 4 percent. larger than last year. Condition of the plant is reported to be fair except in the southern part ot the State, where it is peer, i 1 L. li ..