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OF ANT PAPER IN THE COUNTY. NDON ADVERTISING IIATF.9. ri'BLMUKD tVf.BY PRIDAY B1f SLOAN P. IHUTT, Editor and Proprietor. Professions! cants. 1 (10 pvr mouth One square 1 50 per month One timuT column ft 50 per month One half column 6 00 per month One column 10 00 per month Bnsiacss locals will be charged at 10 cent per line for first Insertion and 5 cent per line there after. Legal advertisement will in all cases be charged to the party ordering them, at legal ratea, and paid for before affidavit is furnished Mubsnrlptlon Kat.s. One year (tuvarlabljrln advance) I M HI montiK J Thru) months '' 8tlilo copies 10 VOL. 2. CONDON, GILLIAM CO., OREGON, FRIDAY. JUNE 24, 1802. NO. H. THE OFFICIAL AND LEADING PAPER OF GILLIAM COUNTY. GO GLOBE. Knterrd nt (he hlof.ce at CoiuIuh, Oftgon, at itcuml-cUn mull matlrr. orriciAi. IUBKCTOKV. United States. Prestdeat,... Bkwjamin IUskihon Vlca I'rusldeut Uvl J. Mokton Hecretaryof Htata ikUK Hi.aiks Hwretary of Treasury Ciiah. Kohtkr Hwretary of Interior J W Now. Heorataryof War Stbthk H. Ki.kim Honr.taty of Navy B. V. 'Ihacv r-ostmaater-Oeneral Jon h W a i w a m a k km Attorney-General ...-W H. H. Mlixc batir.tary of AgrUultura Jeukmuii Ki'mk lata of Oregon. (lorernor H. 1'kmnoykb Beoretary of Htata VV. McHhiu Traaaarer mil. Mktmjham BapUof rublia lustraolou K. II. McKlhov . , J. H. MlTCHKM, 6nun J, u, Dw.rii. Oon'.man... B Hkhmahx frluter KiuwkO. Bakkr SR. H. H IRA ll AH W. r im R. 8- B. Seventh Judicial DUIrlrl. Joint Senator Ciiari.kh Hii.tiiw Ircait Jadge W. I Hraiikiiaw l'rMooutlng At.oroey - W. H. Wli.wK Gilliam County. Representative W.J. Mulkky Jodgv. ... W.J. Makinkr fA-l..l... I'1'' - WOOM.AHM Commissioners w j. k.owahi.s fieri , Jat P. Lucas BharlfT. W. I. Wtw.ox Tnaurr 8. Kwmo AaaMtr Davio Mason Surveyor ; H. . IIuri.rurt Hihoil Huperiuteadvnt .wtH Parskk Coroner ..R K. Hawkins Block inspector Alkx Dutiiii Coadon Precinct. Justice of the Peace GsoimsTatoii Cunsiable ............. - ....Dam Kiksmart Unloa Paelflo Kallwar Tlma Card. TrelnserrWe end leave Arlington ai folio we: Atr-ROUMD. Train Na. faat malt, eAvea Arllagton dally at 1:15 a. a. M No. R, Aiiantlo eprss, leave Arlington daily at 8 57 r. a. ' . WSST-BOOND. Train No. 1, faat mall, leaves Arlington dally at 11:40 a. a. M No. 7 Atlaotlo azpreaa, leaves Arlington dally at 1 40 r. m. HRITXRR BRAMCH TRAINS. Train No. 81 arrive from Heppner dally, ot-t sour atii:i.. fiO. Si lvavs I jr lleppuer dally, except Hun- day, at 8:47 r. M r.. .. . . . . . To nr.una tl ket. soki ana hg( cneriea through to all points In the t'uiu-d Htaie ana Canada. . B. COI.UNB, lifket Agent, AF. A A. M. MT. MORI A II LODGE. Xo. Hft , Mtated coinramit atl. in on flr.t Ktarday venlngs after first Mondava of acb monin. H )iarnlnbre'hrn In gooda'and ugare cordially invited to attend. P. r. CABOX, W. M. USRaT Halstrad, KocroUry. KEV. W. C. WIHB WILL HOLD SERVICES . every 3l and 4tb Hiin'lav lu ranh month at ;ndon, morning and evening, and at Matmy srhoolhonse at i p. in. Every 1st and ltd Hundny he will preach at Mayvllle.morulugan evening .TRY ED Ii. WILEY'S $10 SUITS For gentlemen, worth $20 for wear. Twelve cloth samples, fashion plate and measurement blank free. Postage, 6 cents. Ed L. Huntley & Co., Wholesale Gentile Tailors, 184 MADISON STREET, CHICAGO, ILL. When ordering samples please mention Cohdox (Gilliam county, Or.) Glow. - I). CANTWKLL. Lost '. Valley Saw: Mill. CANTWELL BROS., Proprietors. AH Kinds of Surfaced Lnntor, Rustic, All timbers 4x6 and larger discounted 10 per cant, in foot. All lumber discounted 10 per cent, for cash. Condon Livery and Feed Stable, SOUTH MAIS STREET, CONDON, OR. Charles Fix, Proprietor. Good horses for hire at reasonable rates. Special attention given to transient stock. , Fat cattle for my meat market taken on accounts. Your trado is respectfully solicited. EXCHANGE P. SKELLY, Proprietor, KEEPS ON HAND Fresh Beer, Wines, Liquors and Cigars. IEESH WALLA WALLA STEAMED KEG BEEB UPOK I0E. A. fine billiard parlor in connection. When you feel like having little amusement call around and see Pat. He will treat you well. TjR. 1. J. UMAX, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Condon, Or. ORlco Oregon ave., next door to (llobe olllce. I) K. JOHN XICKMX, Condon, Or. OITIi'e at residence of avenue. Major Lucas, Oregon J AY P. LUCAS, County Clerk, DOM A IX UNH Of LAND AND NOTARY BUSINESS In ntat and careful manner. M KOKUE TATOM, J JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, Condon, Or. Colleritlons made and prompt returns given. W. DA It 1,1 SO, 'Notary Public and Conveyancer, Condon, Or. Collections made with dispatch. , Kprtneu's the 0rman-American and the North et Fire and Marine Imuran-e Company. F OR KKI.IABLE FIRE 1NBUKANCE AffLY TO TIIR Pmcenix or Hartford." Cath AueU, pfiHM.tf. Herbert Halatead, Agent, Condon, Or. riOSDON-IXlXE ROCK DAILY BTAOK LINE. p. M. Itlnebart, Proprietor. leaves Condon every morning (Sundays ex cepted . at :' o'clock, and a rives at Loue Rock at VI . via Matney and Lost Valley. Para. S9.00. Kound Trip. S3.50. g 8. GKIPKR. H. M. HOS8, ' Carpenters and Contractors, ' Ooa'doa, Or. Alt kinds of rariei.ter werk done with dls paU'h at the mot reaMtuabi charges. Office On street wherever yoa can And them. a. ooodwix, 'painter and Paper-HanoeR, Condon, Or. All kinds of painting and papering done at modcra e rates. Olve me a cbauue. P08TOFFICE VARIETY 8T0RE, Rock, Or. J. B. OofT, Proprietor. vr. alwavs on hand Medicines. Caara and Tobavcoa. nne Candles, Bcbont Bupplle., Toilet Artlcli-a. Btatlonery, Harps ami Toys, and every thing else usually found in a country variety store. Everything I handle Is flrxt-claos, and my prices are the lowest. Utve nie a trial. J. WALKER, Contractor ano Builder, Condon, Or. I have learned this bin I nets thoroughly, and am pn-paiwi to do all kinds of work lu this Hue it mouvrate rates, i ry me. ONE OF- A. CANTWKLL. Celling and Flooring Alwayi oa Has! number of V SALOON. - THE CHICAGO EXPOSITION. Mr. Chikls Donates a Number of Rare and Beautiful Palm Trees From His Conservatory. William Sannderg. Executive Exposi tion Commissioner for Canada, says that a large and excellent exhibit from the Dominion is assured. It will be espe cially notable in the lines of agriculture, dairying, minerals and manufactures. The principal commercial organiza tions of Mew Orleans have united in a petition to the Btate legislature of Lou isiana, which assembles this month, to make a World's Fair appropriation of $50,000. A bill making such an appro priation lias been drafted. ' ' George W. Cbilds. the Philadelphia philanthropist, signalized his visit to the World's Fair grounds by planting a lin den tree on the "wooded island." Mr. Cbilds has donated to the exposition a number of rare and beautiful palm trees from his conservatory. He is very en thusiastic over the fair and its prospects. The New York State building at the exposition, as shown by the plan which tbe commissioners bave approved, will be one of tbe most commodious and ar tistic of all. It will measure 97x193 feet, be two stories high and covered with "staff." treated to represent marble. Thn estimated cost is from $80,000 to $100,000. JOHN B. CLARK. GENERAL CARPENTERING, Condon. Or. Alliums or carpenter wort aonewitn neat ness and dlspab:h and at very moderate ratta. RUNUTOS-FOHilL DAILY 8TAOE LINK. E. A. Nelson, Proprietor, raaa raoa aaUMUTONTo Fossil .6 00 Retnrn.tlO 00 vv lie & 00 Ke urn. 9 00 Condon 4 00 Return, T 60 Clem S 00 Ketnrn, ( 00 Olex. 3 00 Return, 3 00 Loaves Arlington everr morninc (Hunday ex cepted' at 8 :30 o'cl ock, la dae at Condon at w. a., ana arrive ai rossu ai i r. a. BENNETT S DEPOT '.' HOTEL, ARLINGTON, OR. Headquarters for T. P. A. N. W. Adjolnlnat the depot, It Is v. ry convenient for paftsenier from the back country who have to leave by night trains. llitr nird Dtut$ch gnprochtn. Franeai$. On parle So Chinese. Meets all trains. J. W. BENNETT, Proprietor. The WratedFrencb Sura, Warranted DUDnniTIN P' or monrt to cure ru iiuvwiiiiiM refunded. Is Bold of A POSITIVE CUARANTEE to euro anr form of nervous dlsca.so or any disorder of the generative o gans oi eitlicrsex v vhpt'.cr arlslnc fmtnthaexcessive .BEFORE tisool Btlmulanta, AFTER Tobaci iroorOplum.orthrouBb youthful iniiiwvw. tlon.overlndulpfuce, Ac .suoUas Loss of Brain Power. WakrftnnpiM.Ecarinffdotrn Palmlmiia Uck,8emInalW'rriknoai,IlYi;ter)a, Nervous Pros tration, Norturncl Emissions. Le jcorrhcra, Dls llneat,Wcak Memory, Lojs of Power and Impo lency, whlchif neRlecteloften IcaU to prematura old a?a and inianlty. Price 1.00 a box, 8 boxes forts.oa ficntbymallcnreociptof price A WBITaE.V CilTAUANTEB is given tor every 5.C0on!crrecelvcd,torefund the money If a Permanent cure 1s not effected. Wa hare tdouBsndsoI testimonials frorao'd and young, of both sexes, whohavaboen permanently cun d ty theuseof AphroUiUne. Clrcolarfrea. Address THE APHRO MEDICINE CO. Waatara Branch, Sox S7. Pobtlajw. oa FOB 8ALB BY 7L. W. DARLING ft CO., Condon. Or. Fabsr's Golden Female Pills Believe Sappressed Meusirnaiion. uaea sncceesfully by tho ande of prominent la dles taonCA'y. Thor oughly reliable and sale. Worth twenty times their weight In gold for female imp nlaritut. Merer known tofalL Sent by mail aealed lor Address Aphro Midlelni COMPANY, tTestern Branch, Box 7. Portland, Oregoav FOB BALg BY I,. W. DARLING CO., Condon, Or. Our Wonderful Remedies. Dr. Grant's Syrup of Wild Grape Root. The great blood purifier and is the product of Oregon soil. Retail price, f 1. Dr. Grant's Kidney and Liver Cure. For the cure of Bright's Disease, Diabetes, Biliousness, Sick Head ache and all kidney troubles. Retail price, $1. Dr. Grant's Native Discovery. The great female remedy. For necuhar to females. Sold price, $1. Dr. Grant's Cloalo. . Tho great dyspepsia conqueror; will positively cure dyspepsia and all its kindred ailments. Every bottle sold under a positive guar antee to effect a cura or money refunded. Retail price, II. Manufactured by O. W. R. CO.. Portland, Or. For Oale by L. 7. Darling & Co., Condon, Or. OCCIDENTAL MELANGE Kid Gang of Apaches Committing Depredations in Arizona. SILVER BONANZA REAR PHENIX. Records and Insignia of the Chinese High binder Organization Discovered by Sacramento Cops. Helena, Mont, sapphire and ruby beda comprise 8,000 acres. The 8antaFe rana a potato train daily from Loa Angeles to Chicago. A veritable silver bonanza baa been struck at Mesa City near Phoenix. Complaints about tbe Soldiers' Home at Santa Monica are becoming frequent. Extensive niter beds bave been lo cated in Death's Valley near Besting Springs. Tbe turquoise stone fonnd near Phoe nix, A. T., has been pronounced of a superior quality. The Arizona Board of Territorial Equalizers met recently, and will raise the taxes on all railroads in the Terri tory. San Diego is still striving for the erec tion af a plant to work the iron ore from tha Tempustete mines in Lower Cali fornia. The snpply department at Mare Island is being investigated. There are charges of favoritism which excludes legitimate bidders. Tbe Kid gang of renegade Apaches are committing depredations in Arizona again. Murder and theft are their em ployment. The wood camps in the mountains in Nevada are opening up for tbe reason's work, which promises to end earlier than usual this year. Prospectors from the New river coun try ridicule the story that the Sal ton Baa in would become a lake tnis season, similar to that of last year. W. G. Bailey, who with his family were supposed to have been lost on the Colorado Desert, have been rescued. The hardships of the party are described as terrible. It is stated that 3,000,000 pounds of wool will pass through the hands of a local merchant at Albuquerque, N. M., this season. The Monarch mine in Silver City. Nev., is being guarded by a shotgun bri gade. The property, which is very val uable, is in litigation, and tnere are three claimants. A combination of lumber dealers in Southern California has caueed the stif fening of prices. The mountain dealers have bad difficulty in competing witn the Oregon trade. A Boston syndicate has purchased 1,500 acres near Deming, N. M. The land will be irrigated through force pumps and wells and rendered valuable (or farming purposes. The various Phcenix (A.T.) banks and mortgage companies bave levied attach ments on the Phoenix electric-light plant, aggregating $10,500. The failure is said to be complete. The heirs of George Hearst Phoebe Hearst and William R. Hearst have brought suit at Pboeuix, A. T., to quiet title to the San de laa Boquillias y No gales land grant. This land includes that occupied by settlers on the San Pe dro river, taking in tne town oi r air bank and the greater portion of the Mormon settlement of St. Davids, as well as other valuable valley land. The Sacramento police made a search of premises occupied by highbinders, and recovered, hidden in the basement. a locked box containing the records of the organization and ail the insignia of the vicious society, including the short sticks passed around to members when ever the murder or robbery of a hated Chinaman is proposed, to notify them of a meeting. The capture is an important one, and may lead to much desired in formation. The Victoria (B. C.) Co(om$l contains the first chapter of an exposure of a hot bed of the vilest corruption in the very heart of Victoria, systematic seduction of girls of tender years by men who hold responsible positions and enjoy tne con fidence and respect of the entire com munity. The paper demands that the authorities take cognizance of the curse and act promptly in its eradication, stating that the names, dates and fullest facta are in its possession and ready for use. system tonio. Purely vegetable, and the cure of diseases and complaints under a positive guarantee. Ketai CONGRESSIONAL MATTERS. Caminetti Unable to Get His Debris Bill Before the House Monument to General Sherman. The House has passed tbe bill giving $50,000 for a pedestal and monument to General W. T. Sherman. Senator Blackburn has introduced a bill appropriating $1,200,000 for the pro curements under contract of fifty mor tars and carriages for the defense of the Pacific Coast. The Department of Agriculture issues a statement showing the imports of American corn Into Germany for the first three months of this yearcompared with a corresponding time last year, have increased from 1,110,000 bushels to 5,848,000. Mr. Caminetti has been nnable to get his mining debris bill before the House. and tbe result is that if the House ad journs on July 4, the date which is con templated, tbere will be no chance for the bill to pass. It reauires unanimous consent to bring it up, and that cannot De obtained. It i understood that Captain Louis Kempff is assigned to the command of the new coast-defense ship Monterey, which is nearing completion at the Union iron works in California. In order that be may superintend her fitting out be will receive Preliminary orders to her during the present month. Oates of Alabama called np the bill modifying the Revised Statutes so as to dispense with the proof of loyalty dur ing tbe war of the Rebellion as a pre requisite of being restored or admitted to tbe pension roll of any person who otherwise would be entitled there to, nor shall proof of loyalty be neces sary in any application for bounty land where the proof otherwise shows the applicant is entitled thereto, providing no soldier admitted to the pension roll shall receive back pay. This act shall not extend to any person under disabil ity by the fourteenth constitutional amendment. The bill was passed. Representative Hermann has suc ceeded in passing a bill extending for three years tbe time of settlers who are purchasers of forfeited railroad lands, and whose time to make payment ex pires September 23 next. McMillan of Tennessee antagonized the measure, but when Hermann explained the history of tbe bill he withdrew bis objection. Her mann read to the House resolutions passed by the Republican and Demo cratic County Conventions of Waseo county, Or., where many people reside on forfeited fond along the railroad. He also read petitions from the State Grange and Alliances, asking: for this legislation and stating that by reason of the failure of the crops many persona were .nnable to pay lor nomes. Senator Dolnh has secured from tbe Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds a favorable report upon his bill . 41 , . . 1 . vi increase me uiuii oi me cost oi a public building at Portland to $1,000,000 ; also a favorab.'e report of bis amendment to the sundry civil appropriation bill for the same purpose. The Senator says he will secure the passage of his bill through the Senate at the first favorable oppor tunity, but hardly hopes for a favorable consideration in the House. He fears also, if he succeeds in trettintr the amend ment to the sundry civil bill, the House will refuse to concur and it will be dropped out in the conference, and he is not certain that it will not be better to defer the attempt nntil the next session after the Presidential election. EDUCATIONAL NOTES. President Eliot Gets Into Hot Water by His Disparagement of the Public School System. Shorthand iB to be taught in the Boa- ton schools. There are 5.S99 whole and 1.821 frac tional school districts in Michigan. The public schools of St. Louis frive employment to over i.uuo teachers. New London, Conn., has been selected as the site lor the uatholic summer school. Embossed books for the use of blind persons have been prepared in more than 250 languages and dialects. Mrs. Sidgwick has just been appointed principal oi rsewnham Uolleee. Univer sity ot Cambridge, England. There are 530 women students in the University of Michigan, distributed throughout all the departments. In one of the public schools of New York city there are 710 children, all but ten of whom are of foreign birth and language. In Pans the common public schools are provided with medicine cases, and instructions are pven for the nse of remedies. The New York Legislature passed bill making the teaching of music in the public schools compulsory. Governor Flower vetoed It. Jacob Gould Schurman, Cornell's new President, is yet a lew years under 40. but a noted-scholar. Twenty-odd years ago he was a clerk in a grocery store on rnnce iawara isiana. President Eliot of Harvard, not satis fied with the mess he made bv his Mor mon speech, has again got himself in hot water by his disparagement of the American public-school system. Cornell University has given Presi dents to three universities Schaefer to Iowa, Jordan to Stanford and Andrews to Brown. Eight members of its fac ulty bave declined college presidencies The school of architecture of the Uni versity of Pennsylvania is to have "traveling scholarship in architecture. anlth an annual (niVkma nl .1 AAA .ktl. will enable the holder to study the best m oasis in Europe. BEYOND THE ROCKIES. Minister Enters a Crusade Against Church Fairs, Etc. ' KANSAS WHEAT OUTLOOK GOOD. Schemes to Defraud Hotels at New York Discovered New York Board of Education. The New York Grant monument fund is complete. Chicago has an elevated road, and is elated over it. In Minneapolis 7.877.947 barrels of flour were made last year. The exports of gold no to date this year have been exceptionally light. The cotton acreage of Tennessee will be 10 per cent, smaller than last year. Chicago Board of Trade market quota tions wiU soon be distributed free to the public A jilted woman in Chicago hired a prizefighter to spoil her former lover's beauty. The wall-paper trust has been incor porated in New York with $14,000,000 capital. A yonng Methodiet minister has been arrested at Atlanta, Ga., for jumping board bills. Gas is to be manufactured in Loner Island and piped nnder the East river into New York. Colonel W. B. Remy. Judge Advocate General of the navy, has been placed on theretired list. Louisiana's Supreme Court decidaa that the "Jim Crow" law does not apply to interstate passen-nr- . The New York Board of Education is preparing to wipe out all saloons. ia -the vicinity of schoolhouses. v v The Kansas crop resort shows wWt acreage equal to last year, with an ex cess of corn, but backward. For three vacant chaolalm United States array over 4,000 applica- tions have been p'aced on file. For killing a secro Sactinn Rna An derson of Greenand. Fla.. haa been threatened with a aegro uprising United States troops 'tom. "been sent to the scene of the troubles between stockmen and rustlers in Wyoming. Tbe city of Chicago, feeling that its attractiveness is somewhat at stake, has organized a society for the prevention of smoke. Mississippi planters in the river bot tom are moving for a permanent reduc tion of tax assessments on account of overflows. The crops in Kansas are in grand shape. Corn is growing well, and the wheat is heading out. In Nebraska, too, the crops promise well. An ordinance licensing gambling houses in Omaha was Bigned bv -the Mayor, and they are running wide open in violation of a State law. There is talk of submitting the Lou isiana Senatorship to a vote of the white people ot the State, the Legislature be ing unable to agree on a candidate. The descendants of the immortal Daw Crockett will celebrate the 106th anni versary of that deceased hero and states man at Rutherford, Term., August 17. An nnknown foreigner has created a reign of terror in Cambridge, Mass., by stabbing a number of women, whom he accosted on the streets alter nightfall. Owing to the long sea' on of spring rains, much of the bottom lands in West Tennessee, heretofore planted in cotton, will this season grow corn or some other crop. Rev. J. W. Wilson of Indianapolis has entered upon a vigorous crusade against church fairs, grab bags, rattles and all other schemes to raise funds for church purposes in illegitimate ways. The labor organizations of New York city have begun war upon the Chinese. it ib uieir purpura to arouse ag inst me Mongolian such a cyclone of public ha tred as will drive him from the town. A large and finely equipped hospital has been dedicated in Atlanta, bearing tbe name of the late H. W. Grady, ed itor of the Contlitution. This memorial is the result of a popular subscription. A New York insurance company will put up a building having twelve stories and a high gable, with a street frontage of 86 feet 6 inches. It resembles an Egyptian obelisk. Dr. Nagle of the bureau of vital sta tistics says that so cosmopolitan has New York become in recent years that more than 100 languages and dialects are spoken in the city. Governor John Young Brown of Ken tucky has signed the bill compelling all railroads in the State to provide separ ate cars for negroes. The law will go into effect in ninety days. The Interstate Elevated railway of Kansas City is to be changed from a steam to an electric system at a cost of (600,000. It is expected that the recou truction will be completed so that the line can be run by July 1. One of the largest and hardest log jams ever known in the Northwest has been forming in the St. Croix river at Eagle Island. It is over five miles long, and the logs are piled np in all shapes, and it contains over 150,000,000 feet. The Wigwam in Chicago, where the Democratic National Convention will meet, has a frontage of 500 feet on Mich igan avenue, and is 350 feet in width. It is the largest convention hall ever areeted, and its full capacity is 30,000.