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THE OFFICIAL AND LEADING PAPER OF GILLIAM COUNTY. HAS THREE TIKES TBS CIRCULATION OF ANT PAPER IN THE COUNTY. ADVERTISING RATES. FCBLliHSD XVEBY BirAt BY SLOAN P. 8HUTT, Center n arsf Jeter, Professional cards...... One square One-quaiier column..... One half column ,. One column 11 00 per month ..... 1 50 per month ..... t M per mouth ..... 4 00 per month 10 00 per month Basinet local will be charged at 10 cent per line for flret insertion and 6 cent per Hue there after. Legal advertisements will in all ease be charged to the part ordering; them, at legal rate, and paid for before affidavit 1 furnlahed Subsirlptloa Bates. 1 On year (invariably lu adranoe) . .,...11 M Six mouths,... 1 Ou Three tnuntti 70 ingle copies..... 10 VOL. 2. CONDON, GILLIAM CO., OREGON, FRIDAY. AUGUST 5, 1892. NO. 20. CONDON GLOBE. .J t I -J Eniertd at the Poitofilet at Condon, Oregon, at ttamd-clan mall matter. OfFICIAL IBBCTOBY. United State. President Vice-President Boor.Urr f Mate Secretary f Treasury Heoretary of Interior.....,, Heorotary of War Mecrutety of Navy.. PotniaterUeuerl AtUjriiey-UeHeral...... becretary of Agriculture. BKNJAMIN HARRtKON Levi P. Moarow Johh W. KonTita OlIAS. FOSTKK ). w. Horn. ..HTKI'HSM 11. Et-KIK H. K Tracy ...Jdhn Wanamakkr ....... W II. H. Miixk ...... JtHKNUH Hl'SK State of Oregon. Oovernor .. Prkhoykr Secretary of Htate. , ' W. M.Bkih Treasurer ; ...Phil Mktniiiian Alturuey-Ueneral Gio. E Ciiamrkri aim bupl. of Public luatrnciion K. Ii. M Klr)T Senators.. u ij. n, mm naii , N Dni.rH Coniressaieu jw-, K, Ktut Printer.......... ... .,.,.,.K8nk C, Baku F. A. M.. Supreme J.fe.... JW. F Umt, Seventh Judicial District. Circuit Judge W, 1,. Braixiiaw Pr.Mxiotln; AtUiru.y W. II, Wii.w.m Member iM Board ). I Ivi aav IU tlunu.U. Gilliam County. Joint Senator Kepreaeutatlv. Judge .... Commissioner. Clerk Sheriff. - Treasurer AiMMMr....,. Surveyor.. School Kiiperlnteadwut.. Cornner ,. W. W.ftTIIWIR ... .....Ii. J. UOIIIIRIl'M W. J, Mamihci IW. J. KlIWARON "" (Jos. R. IUlstuk , Jay !', Lucas W. r, Wu.rox .IlSSIir.KT HAMTKAO .....Vai, Wnrklkr Htiwart I.urim Farrkr ...Dk. John Nicklin , AlKX ItUTIIIK Bloc Inspector.. Jaatlcesof the rear. Arlington B'aliHk Kock Creek Jou., n .....W. (), Ztluf.R O. t'ARHKH ....II. D. Randall J. K. CLARK F. F.Cakik it. O. CLARK R (!, J. QtllNM ...HM DONALDSON Z. J. Ma "TIN ...L H. Hals T. K. Bartom Fvrry Omit on , Lone Kock Mayvll e ,. HlMWlll Itawe Crwk. Crown Kim;. Trail Korlt... Union FaelSe Hallway Time Card. Train arrlf and tear Arllogton a follow: BAsr-aooMO, Train Mo. 2, fait mall, )eree Arlington dally at 2:ift a. h. . ,. No. ft, Ailantto expreiN, leave Arlington dally at 8 tS7 r, m. want ROC KB. Train No. 1, fait mall, leave Arlington dally at '2:40 A. X. .. No. 7. Atlautle express, leave Arlington dally at 1;M r. . mrrnta rrawck traik. Train No. 31 arrive from Hcppner dally, e Cflt'iridy at 11:60 A. u. . ' No. fi lvavo torlivppner dally, except Sun day, at3:47 P. M. , . ' . M Tortia ti keU aold and bcfa checked through to all puluu in the Uuiwd States and Caiiada. 8. COLLINS, Ticket Agent, Arlington, Or. AF. A A. M. MT. MOUIAII I.OPOB. No. 5 , Biauxl cotnmnnl' atluu on flrt Saturday venloii alter first Moudars of raoh month. Bo iovrolncbre'hren In goodsiaud iiare cordially lorltwl to attend. P. K. CAMUN, W. M. UsaBsat HaldtsaD, Secretary. -TRY ED Ii. pJlTIiEV'S $10 SUITS For gentlemen, worth $20 for wear. Twelve cloth samples, fashion plate and measurement blank free. Postage, 6 cents. Ed LHimtley a Co., Wholesale Gentile Tailors, 184 MADISON STREET, CHICAGO, ILL. When ordering samples please mention this paper. O. CANTWELL. Lost Valley .Saw; Mill. CANTWELL BR08., Proprietor,. Ill finds ot Ssrficid Umber, Rsitlc, All timbers 4x6 and larger discounted 10 per cent, in number feet. All lumber discounted 10 per cent, for cash. Condon Livery SOOTH MAIN STREET, COHDON, OR. Charles Fix, Good horses for hire at reasonable rates. Special attention given to transient stock. - Fat cattle for my meat market respectfully solicited. ' EXCHANGE P. SKELLY, Proprietor, KEEPS OS HAND Fresh Beer, Wines, Liquors and Cigars. PEESH WALLA WALLA STEAMED KEG BEES UPOJT IOE. A fin billiard parlor in connection. When you feel like bavins; little amnsement call around and ) Pat. lie will treat you welL jQR. J- J. HOGAN, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, , Condon, Or. Office Oregon a ve., next door to alub office. D B. JOHN NICKLIN, Condon, Or. Office at residence of Colonel Lucas, Oregon avenue. AY P. LL'CA9, County Clerk, Dors all limbs op LAND AND NOTARY BUSINESS In a neat and careful manner. W. DARLINO, 'Notary Public and Conveyancer, Condon, Or. Collection made with dispatch. Kuurt-neiit ttie (lorman-American and the North not Fire aud Marine Insurance Company. rOR RELIABLE FIRE INMURANCR APPLY TO TH ' "Phoenix or Hartford." Ctuh Amtt$, r. Herbert Balstead, Agent, Condon, Or. y A, GOODWIN, 'PAINTSR AND PAPeB-HANOEB, Condon, Or. Allkludsof painting and papering don at moderate rates, (Jive me a cbauue. IJOHTOFKICK VARIETY STORE, Lomi Rock.Ob. . J. B. Ooflf. Proprietor. Keeps always on hand Mellclnet, Cxara and Toliaftexie, flue Candles, Hcbool Bunplien, Toilet Article. Blntlotiery, Herns and Toys, and every thing else usually fouud in a country variety store. Everything I handle is first-class, aud my prices are tbe lowest 01 ve me a trial. A WALK EE, Contractor and Builder, Condon, Or. I have learned tbla business thoroughly, and am prepared to do all kinda of work in this i tine at moderate rate. Try me. JOHN B. CLARK. GENERAL CARPENTERING, Condon, Or. Alt kind of carpenter work done with neat new and olapatrh and at very moderate rates. RLINUTON-FOSdlL DAILY 8TA0E USE. K. A. Melaon, Proprietor. ' PAH PROH ARUNOTOM TO Fosll to 00 Return, fit 00 Mttyv He 5 On He urn, V 00 Condon 4 00 Return, 7 M Clem....... S W Ketnrn, 6 00 Olex. -2 00 Return, 8 00 Leaves Arllng'ou every morulnt (Sunday ex cepted at -JO oVI wk. la dae at Condon at 2 r. St., and arrives at Fosll at 7 p. X. ONE OF- A. CANTWELL. Celling and Flooring Aluji on Haad. of and Feed Stable, Proprietor. taken on accounts, ' Your trade is V SALOON. . OCCIDENTAL MELANGE T m v n 1 .ti 9in tf feasant 11a ITpa txna TiTlm a- u t h i iv jva vi a j iiatuvv) f" poBe to erect a brewery at rhoenix, A. T. Horse thelves operatlnz in Southern Arizona have robbed over twenty ranch ers. A swindler with (2 bills raised to 10 is working Paget Bound town, with some success. There have been landed In Victoria already 20,085 sealskins. The animals were caugnt between uauiornia ana Alaska. San Diego baa decided to celebrate the 350th anniversary of the discovery of San Diego Bay, which occurs September 28 next. An outbreak of anthrax has occurred six miles south of Los Angeles on a dairy where forty cows are kept, fourteen have already died. Additional pumps will at once be ued on tbe Han Pedro wreck in front of Vic toria. 13. 0.. and it is believed the ves sel will soon be off the rocks. There are fifty-five hop bouses in Polk county, Or. Each iiouse is good for handling nine acres of hops. At this rate the total acreage would be 495 acres. 8alnt Teresa is still at Nogales. A. T.. performing miraculous cures. The stories that she had been shot by the Governor of Bonora never had any foun dation. , The Bradstreet Commercial Agency resorts 12 failures in the Pacific Coast States and Territories for the past week as compared with 17 for the correspond ing week of 1891. It is stated at San Diego that i. Mal colm Forbes, the Boston capitalist who was recently married and took np his residence at Coronado. is the purchaser of the Pacific Beach railroad. A thorough search of the public rec ords at Sacramento has failed to reveal the presence of a map of the town of Oakland, which was made in 1852 by a French engineer and was accepted as a State record. It is believed the map has been abstracted. BENNETTS DEPOT v HOTEL, ARLINGTON, OR. Headquarters for T. P. A. N. W. Adjolnlns; tbe depot. It Is v rj convenient lor passenger iroiu me oaca country wno have to leave bv night trains. liter uird Dtuttrh gtiprochen. On park trancaxi. No Chinese. Meets all trains. J. W. BENNETT, Proprietor. Tlia EekkatedFrencHaw, to cure ru iiiiwuiiii" rclundva. la Bou ox A POSITIVE C'JARANTCC to euro any form cincrvotu dlsi'aio or toy disorder ot the generative or- pans oi eiuerscx, t.hvt!'.cr arlsint: fnimthoeico salvo BEFORE tool SMraulaQU, AFTER Tobacco or Ortluu.or through youthful wilier. Una. over InUulirruc-o.Ae .suchas Lossof Iintta .Power, WaLefiilni'M.Lcariiiffdoivn Pains In tU back. Seminal Weak hops, Hyuoria, Nervous P ros trutlon. Nocturnal i:rals!oua, Lecorrho-a, Dlz tSucK, Wcnlc Memory, Loss of I'owcrand Impo- teney.irnu'ujineKUTHeiioucn icnuio premature old are and lnxanlty. Price $1.00 a box, Sbozc lor..oa Pentbymnllorireeclntcif price A WRIIjiES titrAIiAMTEB Is given for every fiOOorderreeelveU, to refund the money If a t'ermanen euro is not effected. Wo have thonando( testimonials frorao'd and yonnfr, of both aexe,wholiave been permanently cnreil by theuseof Aphrodltlne. Clrculariree. Address THE APHRO MEDICINE CO. Western Branch. Box 27. Pobtlakd Oaw roa 8ALK BY I.. VS. DARLING CO., Condon. Or. Faber's Golden Female Pills Relieve Suppressed atenairnaiion. usea Hcceosfully by thoas and ol' prv-ineiit la dle monthly. Thor oughly reliable and tale. Worth twenty time their weight in old for frmale trrto- ularitiM. Never known to fall. Bent by mall sealed Ior. Addrea Tbe Apbro Medicine COMPANY, Western Branch, Box 7. PortTand, Oregoa. FOR ALB BY L. W. DARLING A CO., Condon, Or. L Our W Dr. Grant's Syrup of Wild Grape Root. The great blood purifier and is the product of Oregon sou. Retail price, 11.:. Dr. Grant's Kidney and Liver Cure. For the cure of Bright'a Disease, Diabetes, Biliousness, Sick' Head ache and all kidney troubles. Retail price, $1. Dr. Grant's Native Discovery; " The great female remedy. For the cure of diseases and complaint? peculiar to females. Sold under a positive guarantee. Retail price, $1.'. ;' Dr. Grant's Cloalo. The great dyspepsia conqueror; , an us xmureu aumenia. Avery uoiue emu uuuer a ywuLivo guar antee to effect a cure or money refunded. Retail price, $1. Manufactured by O. W. R. CO., Portland, Or. For Colo by L. 7. Darling & Co., Condon. Or. THE. CHICAGO EXPOSITION. Kentucky to Make an Exhibit of Tobacco In All Its Forms Japan Applies for Space for Minerals. The Woman's Pharmaceutical Associ ation of Illinois is planning to conduct a model pharmacy in the Illinois building at the World's Fair. Japan has applied for space in the World's Fair mines and mining building for a mineral exhibit. It will include a fine collection of the celebrated Japan eee alloys and bronze preparations. One of the novel exhibits in machin ery hall at the World's Fair will be a paper mill. It will be in active opera tion, and will show all the processes of paper-making from the pulp to the fin ished card, which will be in tbe form of a World's Fair souvenir. A schooner is now being fitted out at Halifax to go to the Arctic regions to get ten or twelve Esquimau families, fifty or sixty persons in all, for exhibition at the World's Fair. Dogs, fishing implements, utensils and everything necessary to show Esquimau life will aieo be pro cured. The American Ostrich Company has sent to Chicago for exhibition at the World's Fair thirty birds from its ostrich ! farm at Fall Brook. San Diego county, Cal. Tbe ostriches have been sent on thus early in order tbat they may be come thoroughly acclimated by the time the fair opens and appear at their best. An exhibit of bells will be made at the World's Fair by a large manufcatnr ing concern in this country, and the firm ! is planning to display it in a reproduc tion of the Tzar Kolokol (king of bells), the famous broken bell of Moscow, which is 22 feet in diameter and 21 feet 3 inches high, weighs 443,772 pounds and is used as a chapel, Kentucky will make at the World's Fair an exhibit of tobacco in all its forms, from the seed np to the matured and manufactured leaf. There will be exhibits of different varieties of plants in various stages of growth and illustra tions of the manner of shipping and handling the weed from the time the seed is pnt in the ground until the prod uce goes into the chewer's or smoker's mouth. A large portion of the agricultural ex hibit which Illinois will make at the World's Fair will be selected from the exhibits made at the State Fair at Peoria the coming fall. In order to encourage the farmers to make especially fine ex hibits of farm, orchard and garden prod ucts the State Board of Agriculture, which has in charge the preparations of the State's World's Fair exhibit, has of fered a number of cash prizes aggregat ing $6,600. :; r The New York World's Fair Commis sioners have been trying to find a model of Fulton's steamboat, the Clermont, to be inclnded in the State exhibit at Chi cago. So far, however, they have been unable to discover one, and they have asked the Maritime Exchange to help them out. They have made many in qniries, but have been able to get only some statistics as to the vessel's dimen sions. None of the New York shipping men appear to know if any model of the old steamboat survives the eighty years since the vessel was used. The tide of public opinion is unmis takably turning strongly in favor of keeping the World's Fair open on Sun day, provided a "silent" fair be assured. The exposition authorities have never ba l any idea of keeping the machinery running on Sunday and everything going at full boom as on week days, and since they have so declared themselves, tbe demands for Sunday closing have dimin ished greatly in number. Not a few who had petitioned for a closed fair have changed their minds and revoked their request, and have asked that the gates be opened. PURELY PERSONAL Hugh O'Donnell, Leader of the Home stead Workmerr"-Mr. Howells - Is Interviewed. Chauncey M. Depew will Boon sail for trope for his annual outing. The date ol hiB departure has not been fixed. Prince Bismarck in an address to stu dents of the University of Jena the other day intimated that he would rrr.$ a tour of the German cities. Prof. Koch of Berlin is seriously 111. it is reported, and forbidden to labor for a long period. : It is thought that the bacillus of overwork has done the mis chief. .Hugh O'Donnell. leader of the Home stead workmen, is represented by all the newspaper portraits of him to be a hand some, tastefully attired young man, who would be sure to secure more than an average share of interest from any group ol summer gins. ONDERFUL (ftEITIEDIES. system tonic. Purely vegetable, and will positively cure dyspepsia and BEYOND THE ROCKIES. The Revenue Department Makes a Peculiar Decision. gain of land from old Mexico. Key to the Hierogly phics That Will Unlock the Mysteries In the HUUte In scriptions Found. Eleven deaths have resulted from the riots at Homestead, Pa. New York banks have $19,207,000 In excess of the legal requirements. A Tennessee convict is pronounced by : the penitentiary physicians to be of both j sexes. ' .- . New York business men are greatly worried over the lack of warehouse fa cilities. - The manufacturers of Fall River, Mass., have just increased wages Z4 percent. There is quite a rush of people into the Southern States who have a few thousand dollars to invest. General George F. Alford of Dallas, Tex., is about to go to Europe to induce farmers to settle in tbat State. Marshall Field paid $200,000 for 800 square feet of Chicago land recently the largest price ever paid in that city. By a cut of the Rio Grande river it was shortened about two miles, and 900 acres of Mexican land are now on the American side. Golden, a suburb of Denver, contain ing 8,000 people, is in danger of being swept away by a grand landslide from Table Mountain. The railroads are finding it necessary to make cheap excursion rates in order to supply harvest hands to Central and Western Kansas. A Buffalo deaf mute has recently been attacked by St. Vitas' dance in his arms and fingers. He is learning to make signs with bis feet. By order of the Commissioners of the District of Columbia all tbe theaters in Washington must be fitted throughout with electric lights. Tbe story of concessions by the Mexi can government to an American com pany to build ii railroad from El Paso to Mazatlan is again repeated. The Revenue Department has decided that the bi-chloride of gold institutes which claim to cure inebriety are liable to the government for the retail liquor tax. An attempt has been made to burn the State women's prison and reform school for girls at Indianapolis. Three fires were started at the same time, but were extinguished. A student of Johns Hopkins Univer sity is said to have discovered the key to the hieroglyphics that will unlock the mysteries in Hiltite inscriptions, hith erto wholly unknown. The New York, New Haven and Hart ford road proposes to run an electric train between New York and New Ha ven and make the distance seventy-four miles in sixty minutes. For a second time since the pasEatre of tbe saver law ol isw oo per cent, ot tne customs revenues at New York during the flret ten days of July was paid in the new treasury notes issued under tnat law, Over 400 damage suits have been filed against the Little Kock and Fort Smith and Missouri r acinc railroads for viola tion of an Arkansas law fixing passenger rates, and the court is deciding about fifteen cases a day against the companies. A huce bowlder and beside it a flag staff fifty feet high have been erected in Franklin, is. H.. to mark the spot where Daniel Webster was born. The birth spot was originally in the town ol Salisbury, but is now included in the territory ol Franklin. The father of Alice Mitchell, who killed Freda Warde last January at Mem phis, testinea that Alice's mother was insane and the girl had manifested sim ilar peculiarities. She speaks of Freda as u she were living now, and takes no interest in her own trhi. Father Bay. a Catholic priest in Chi cago, shot and it i ilea uarney oiornn, a burglar, who had entered tne priest's house one niuht last week. Moran fired twice at the priest, missing him. A Coroner's jury decided that Father Bay was not to be blamed or censured. The stranireet thing of this generation in the way of will-making is reported from Kentucky. One of the richest men of the State died a few davs airo. and cut his sons off with fiuu each because ol their liking fast horses. His widow and daughter uivide a fortune of $5,000,000, A Syrian woman, badly afflicted with leorosv. was allowed to land at New York, having passed inspection at quar antine. It is said the inspection is too careless, and there is fear that unless is made more rigid the danger of im porting cholera infection will be very great. The Haskell multicharge gun has again been tested at Reading, Pa., for penetra tion into iron plates. The projectile penetrated the best range iron six inches. which is three plates more than any gun ever penetrated before. The projectile was found to be as perfect as when it came from the lathe. ' The American Museum of Natural History at New York has secured the Harry Edwards entomological collection, which s well known in San Francisco. The collection includes over 250,000 in sects of all kinds from all parts of tbe globe, and is very rich In the lepidoptera of North America, especially the buttsr flies of tks Fastis Gout. CONGRESSIONAL MATTERS. Interesting Wrangle in the House Over the Bill Pensioning Sodiers Who ' Fought in Indian Wars. Secretary Elkins has formally ap proved the proposition for the construc tion of two free bridges across the Will amette river at Portland, Or., according to the plans of the local engineers. The House Committee on Indian Af fairs has favorably reported Senator Dolph's bill granting to the Blue Mount ain Irrigation Company a right of way for reservoirs and a canal through the Umatilla Indian reservation in Oregon. There is quite an interesting wrangle over the bill now pending in the House for pensioning soldiers who fought in the Indian wars. Representative Wilson of Washington and Senator Mitchell of Or egon are insisting that, while pensioning those soldiers who fought in the Indian wars of a comparatively recent period, those who participated in the early In dian wars in Oregon and Washington should also receive their reward. It is on this proposition that the two Houses are now in disagreement, but it is hoped that the early Indian fighters who are still living will be included. The bill which passed the House to enforce reciprocal commercial relations between the United States and Canada provides that when the President shall be satisfied that the passage through any canal or lock connected with navigation on the St. Lawrence river, the Great Lakes or the waterways connecting the same of any vessels of the United States, or of cargoes or of passengers in transit to any part of the United States, is pro hibited, or made difficult or burdenrome by the imposition of tolls or otherwise, which he shall deem to be reciprocally unjust and unreasonable, he shall have power to suspend the right of passage through the St. Mary's Falls canal so far as it relates to vessels owned by sub jects of any government discriminating against the United States. Senator Pettigrew will very soon re port a bill of great importance to every county, township, school di'trict and State where there ar 1 tdjtua who have taken lands in allotment under the pres ent laws. - So soon as Indians take the lands in allotments they become citizens and are allowed to vote, but they are not obliged to pay any taxes. This bill pro poses that tbe government shall pay the taxes for the Indians to the same amount and at the same rates as the white peo ple situated alongside of the Indian, the object being that, as the government says the Indians shall be taxed, the gov ernment should provide for the payment of taxes in States where Indians are lo cated and where they receive the bene- ots ot taxation and civilisation. It seems like a very sensible thing, and will perhaps be favorably considered in the Senate. Further investigation into the proposal to issue a proclamation opening the Col ville Indian reservation leads to the con clusion that no such proclamation will be made until after the lands have been surveyed and the Indiana have secured their allotments. The reason for this course of action is to prevent the end less litigation which is sure to follow. especially if white settlers go in and make selections which alter survey the Indians desire, under the law tbe In dian can oust the white man from his claim, and if a white man is fortunate enough to secure valuable mineral tract, a person wanting the land could easily induce the Indian to oust him end cause a great deal of trouble and ex pense. So it is probable that the $35,- 000 appropriation for surveying the land win be immediately expended and tne Indians requested to take allotments, after which the proclamation opening the land to the white settlers will be issued. EDUCATIONAL NOTES. The St Paul School Board Abolishes the Distinction of Sex in the Matter of Salaries Etc Kentucky has a colored State Teach ers' Association. Brooklyn is to launch a manual train ing school, the vote in its favor being 20 to 10. During the last year 1,800 girls were graduated from the Boston Cooking School. The largest and finest technical school in the world is to be erected at Manches ter, England. Of the class of 1892 at Cornell Univer sity 118 favored a protective tariff, and 48 opposed it. The Presbyterians are about to estab lish a college in Salt Lake City, and have purchased a site of 100 acres. There are seventeen young men in the graduating class at Harvard who failed to get their degrees this year. One-third of tbe students abroad, It Is said, die prematurely from the effects of bad habits acquired in college. During the last year there graduated from the medical colleges of the United States about 6,000 young doctors. England, with 01 universities, has 2,723 more professors and 51,814 more students than the 360 universities of the United States. The revenues of Oxford and Cambridge represent a capital of about $75,000,000. The University of Lelpsic is worth near ly $20,000,000. The oldest college in North America was founded in 1531 the College of St. Ildefonso in the City of Mexico. The next oldest is Laval College, Quebec On June 13 the School Board of St. Paul. Minn., abolished the distinction of sex in the matter of salaries, and will hereafter pay tu womta the same as rata tor doing: the sauna week.