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THURSDAY,1 OCTOJa 6, I88S. NOTICE. Tli rrt wlMorlptlou to Hit CKoim It 91.60, l( paid In ndr.m. II lint pulil In KilMiiot 92 will btobarned. A noll murk runul tlili BoHr. liKllcKii't thnt ymtr itibwriiillon tawnx .. plrrd. Htm raiinw ptumi Uy. LOCAL NEWS. Orntfri In any style at the DelttmiiUio. iivo. Flctohor went to KunH Tntwlny. O. W. Bitrr ti at Tho Dulles this week on iumIimim. Father Servals returns! to Condon limt Tliortlny. Mrs. EH Rlnohsrt, ol MnyvHle, wim In town Tuesday. E'lgnr Moor li ft ytiitetdny tor Tort Unci en baslnm trip. A himvy , white front covered the ground Tuesday morning. The Iiitcr-nioiiniiilH Fair li running at Boise, Idaho, ttili week. Work has begun In trwl earnest Hi Armstrong Bros.' brick yard. Snow wet visible on ime of the near by mountain! Mundtty morning. V. B. Smith, li building pew resl-dmr-e on Ills ranch ett ottown. Light ihnwere, lea duet and rooter weather ere now the order of the day. Rowling end hn.ln ere the main at trartlons at Fs'e establishment juat now. Rv, gorvitlt still hold ervle In the Ontliollo church nest Sundny, Oct. Oth. Chub Weir, of the Arm of ghnrte, VValrA Co., Arlington, wee In town venlerdny. Mre. Wchrlt, of Meyvillf, etnrted Uet nt (or visit with friends In Cull Morula. "Mr." Terkrr bee been engaged e janitor at the school house for the pres ent term. Harry Reed hae apjvtlnted J. M. Johns to the position as stage agent at Arlington. Mlae Ethel Purman will leave tomor row for For tut Urove, where she goes to attend school. -The Dalles bae 18 saloons and, just to make the number "even" it wilt soon have the 18tU. Charlie Itorroughe le ha tiling wheat to Arlington for Jim Kieer. Jim le busy doing road work. PHI Brown wee In from ble Thirty mile ranch Monday with a load of One fteachee and grapes. Mr. liartman, the carpenter, ha moved his family into the bouse recently vacated by D. 8. Wright. I). 8. Brown moved bis family to tow n Monday for the winter. They will oc cupy the J. V. Blake house. Dr. lludion has Just received a full Hue of the beat make of spectacles. If your eyes tired help call and see him. Mr. C. Bchott, of O'ex, w as In town last IhurnUy end Friday, the guest of bis daughter, Mre. T. U. Johnson. Belle and Stella Darling especttogo to The Dalles neat week where they will remain for the winter and attend school. Mr. end Mre. McKlnsie, of Kansne, who have been visiting at Fossil for several weeks, left for home Tuesday 'morning. The last job of threshing on Matnev Flat was cleaned up last Saturday at Fred Allen's place, by W. L. Barker's machine. Miss French, ol The Dalles, was passenger on the south-tMinnd stage Monday on ber way to Foasll to visit friends. II. N. Fraier ia having a number of Improvements added to bis residence property this week. doing the work. Frank Moore't mother and brother arrived In Condon on Tuesday from Montana and are staying at the Moore ranch near town. Prof. Paul organised a writing class on Monday evening. The class meets In the school boose and Is composed of about 25 members. J. II. Downing has sold toT. J. Jordan the vacant lot lying between Dunn Bros and Al llenshaw'a store on Main street. The price paid waa $100, Six new pupils were enrolled at the public school Monday morning, making a total of 71. The school will prohalily reach the 100 mark in another month. Charlie Underwood, a ho le down with typhoid fever nt C. W. Whltu'a place, on Trail Fork, la reported as getting along well. Dr. Ilognn It attending him. Considerable wheat la being hniilcd to Arlington hitely. Nut many shIos are reported, however, the owners preferring to hold their product for a better price. Mrs. Mary Norton, of California, who has been visiting the family of H. II Hendricks In Fossil for some time, re turned to her home on Thursday of last week. Mr. and Mre. D. 8. Wright left Taos dry morning for Winlock, where they will reside during the winter. Mrs Wright will teach the school at that place. Word ha been recolved from J. O Portwood, who ia In the mountains with Howard Tobey'a sheep, that there wa 4 Inches of snow at hit camp the other a:Vh!;. Although many cases of typhoid fever art reported In different parts of the county, Condon It free from the disease which it ample proof that wa have supply of good pure water. Judging from the number of Eastern Oregon people who have taken trips cast, west, north and south this season, times must be fairly good in the Inland Empire, It takes money to travel. Mr, D. B. Thoiuat has accepted a position at tho Moody Warehouse for the whont season this year, where he will be glud to meet bis friends and fvjrijMr CQ.stome.rs, Sbedd lirider is It is reported that L, O. ItalMon, tl e popular merchant of Oles, lot- sold hie tmaltics at that place to Tubey Bros., of Arlington. Mrs. C. A. Ditnnemnn, who, with her daughters, is living nt Corvullls, where the girls are students at the Agricultural College, writes to have the (junta sent to her adiJreas, She ay It is like losing an old friend not, to see the Gums every week. Hurry Reed, the efficient and obliging contract! r on the Arlington-Fossil stage lie, Is In Portlahd this week, where he went to buy a new coach for the line, and, Incidentally, to take a peep at the Exposition and keep an eye on Jim (Stewart. Mrs U. W. Rinehart returned Mondav from Olex, where she went to rue the Cruin family, w ho are nearly all down with typhoid lever. Klie report HihI the doctor In attendance ei terUins no hope for the recovery cf Mr. Crum or Ills eon Oeorgo, , D. F, Stricklln, of Stricklln, of Rock, creek, left tome of the (incut specimens of apples t this olllce the other day that we have seen this .eason. Kuittcrn Oregon Is a great fruit country as well as a great whimt Held. Plant the trees and uature will do the rest. John Palmer, Dave Trimble end Her bert Stephenson have been subpoenaed as witnesses to a ppcar Utfore the next session of the circuit court at Eugene to give testimony in the trial of Claude llranton, who Is charged with the inur- lerof John A. Linn. lion. 8. U. Una-son, Gilliam county's representative in the present tension n( he legislature, . has Ihmjii apiHiinled hairmait of the committee on Indian If.iirs. lie Is alto a member of the ooi in It tee on roads and highways and in satiirics of state and comity otlicera. Wiihtrd Crum, son of J. A. Crum, of Olex, died at the Grande Hotel In Ar lington on Thnreday morning of latt week, of typhoid fever. This Is the third death In the family withiuafew weeks, of that ditease, and other mem bers of the family are still In a critical condition. Mr, and Mrs. Jut. Stewart, of the Fos sil Journal, are at Portland this week taking In the sights at the big Fair. Mrs. Htewart was the guest of the Fits water family at this place latt Friday night, and Jim came over Saturday morning, when they journeyed on to the metropolis. A. Smythe, of Arlington, a sheepman, was driving a baud ol sheep (rom Grant county to Baker City, when the band was Hred Into by peront who were con cealed, as the sheep were passing Prairie City. The sheep were driven on, and the shooters followed and put out poison, anting the death of 400 head. The city council met Tuesday morning nd selected a site for the water works unit. At I lie spot selected the ground sou a level with the top of Armory ball, the highest building in town, ami at the tank will le placed on pillars 15 feet high It will give ample protection to the entire town against tire. G. If. N'eol, of Lone K i. k, and II. B. Hendricks, of this place, left latt Thurt- day morning for Portland, where they went to consult on of the leading eye and ear specialists of that city. They went by private conveyance to The Dalles and expected to lake the water route from that point to the city. C. W. While, of Trail Fork, is east with a traiuload of mutton sheep. Hit brother W. V. While, county surveyor (Grant county, went east with bin and will attend the Purveyors' -National Convention, the Silver Convention uud the Omaha Exposition, all ol which will la- In session In Omaha this month. Mike White, the veteran well digger, who Is now engaged sinking the county well at Clem, was In town Saturday, having come up to look after the thread ing of his wheat crop. He reports the well down to a depth of 52 feet and the flow of water Increasing. The work will be continued until an ample supply is btalned. Mahhied Tuesday, Oct. i, 1808, at the resilience of Alex Hardie on Trail Fork, Mr. D. 11. Phillips and Miss Mary Crowley, Squire Wilkinson White otlUia ting. A host of friends of both the bride and groom were present to wltnets the ceremony, after which all departed for their homes wishing the young couple a long and happy married lif'J. B, K. Searcy returned Sunday from Arlington, where he bad Wen to d liver hit II ret load of wheat of th crop of '08. B. K. drives the best six-mule team to be found In these parte, and if he was not of ni:h a retiring disposition he would no don lit be proud of them tie ts In the hills ou a deer hunt this week, and the Ui.ouk family has reasons (or wishing him amves in the chnse. F. Adlard, of Ferry Canyon, had a had runaway a few days ago while on his way home from town. He was driv ing a four-horse team and, the lead chain breaking, the lenders ran away and scattered things rather promiscu ously. The team ran Into a wire fence oearT. A. Runner's place and one of the homes was badly Injured. Mr, Adlard estimates hit lots at $50. Dr. Bonhani, the lainout Dalles den tist, a graduate ol Chicago Dental Col lege, will be in Condon In the near fut ure, Dr. Bon ha in paid Condon a pro fessional visit last spring and has the reputation ol being the moat skilled dentist that ever vialted Condon. The doctor will make regular visits to Con don, and those desiring the services ol a thoroughly reliable dentist should wait for him. tf W. 8. Myers tpent last week visiting his friend Jack Caven on Pine creek, and when be reached home hit folkt did not know him on account of hia vastly Increased corpulency. Mr. Caven owns one of the finest orchards in Eas tern Oregon and also a cldor press, and our Informant stales that Myers tried to dispose of all tho fruit and older on the place. He hopes to be able to button hU vest aijaln by tho last of tho week. B. K, Searcy raises tome of the finest and lastest running, Miskonrl honnd dogs to lie (on nil west of the Km'kies. He has promised the Oung a good big ad for tliis stock when the season opens, hence this notice. A letter from Geo, Angell requests his Utonx to be hereafter mailed with the Condon list, in he states be has started bis sheep (or the lower altitudes. George is in charge of Louis Barker's and Jim Dysart's sheep this summer. B. K. Searcy and Smith Bros, have sold their threshing machine to Frank Palmer and J. G. Stevenson, of Ferry Canyon. B. K. says there Is too mnch hard work and glory In the threshing machine business to snlt liiio. The well at D. C. Downer's residence, In town, was completed Monday. The Mil reached a depth of 47 feet and the well has 10 feet of good pure water. The drill has len moved to Charlie Fix's and ia now at work sinking his well. We have received a copy of "La Eatrella Del Norte," which being inter acted means "The Northern Star," a newspaper pulillmied at liluelleiiis, Nicargna. It Is printed in Engliah and Spanish and Is devoted to booming the a-old mines of that country. It Nicargu an editors are as truthful as their con temporaries In Eastern Oregon that tn ii h t be a wonder fill country. Gold almost grows on the bushes and Is to be li ked up in quantities to suit. Senator Adams, of Marion, proposes tax the dogs as a measure o( pro tection against their predatory instincts. His bill in the senate (No. 20), pro vides for the listing of all dogs over six months o( axe, In each county, (or the urpoNcs o( taxation, a tax of $1 for each male, and 3 for each female ; a penalty for failure of assessors to list the ani mals, for an affidavit by dog n iters, and penalty lor false rewirts thereunder ; pen alties (or killing or stealing such I it ted animals; the creation of a "dog fund," to lie used for the payment ol damages sustained by sheep owners and others, rom the depredation of dogs, for the worn report of such sheep ow ners and there, to the county clerk, of the num- ler of sheep so killed anil ihe amount I ( damagesclaimed ; (or the maintenance f a correct register by the county clerk, ( such reported killings and consequent tamages; and for the reversion to the county treasury, on the first Monday in March, each year, of any surplus in said log fund then existing, over the sum of (50. Salt m Statesman. Back From Wyoming. Lonis Barker and Elgin Myers arrived from Wyoming Thursday ol lust week nd Jim Cameron and Louis Couture ot In Sunday. Couture had a close call In a railroad w reck In Idaho but got nut of it without a scratch. The Inns hipped their team and saddle horses back by rail and Louis was in the car in charge of Ihe animals when the train as run Into by another freight in a head-end cullianm. Coulure'a cur was he fourteenth back from the engine and hen the collision occurred bis car went ight over top ol thoneiu front and when he fin ally Jumped from the side door he landed alongaidu of the engine. The horse were badly ued up and were left n the bauds of tho railroad company. ho will likely haveagHal sized damage ill to settle. The bovs sold their sheep good advantage in Wyoming and teem well satisfied with the trip. MAYVILLE. Miss Jare Hardie, of Lost Vallev. was n our burg Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Shell. n and Mrs. E. Uinehart vititcd Condon Tuesday. Geo. Gibbon is finoerimr and (luinh- ing the interior of the church litis week. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Edwards will vo to Portland this week to attend the air. W. J. Tavlor. o( Antelonc. will kei his steam enitine here and run a if rain hopper thit winter. Mr. Geo. Huston had the misfortune to step into a well Tnetday night near Tommy Moore's lilaikmiith shop and badly sprained his ankle. Mrs. T. M. Lane started Tuesdav for her home at Kecdlev, Cal. She waa 'compaiiied as far as Portland hy her brother G. It. Dukek. who will spend a few-davsin Portland attending the Ex position. Dclwin Ramsay had his arm broken last Thnraday nitrht bv bis horse run ning into the wire fence just north ol town, throwing him with tuch force as to break both tames just ahove the wrint. ur. Miaw was cl!cd and reduced the fracture. He is doing n.telv and was hie to return to his home Tuesdav. The Senatorial Situation. The drat vole (or United States sena tor was taken at Paletn on Tuesday. The result was somewhat o( a surprise, even to those on the Inside, inasmuch at H. W. Corbeti, the republican nomi nee, and w hot election waa claimed as a certainty by bis supporters, developed a strength ol hut 36 votes, 10 short of he numla-r necessary lor election, w hile Judge A. S. Bennett, ol The Dalles, w ho had hardJy been thought o( as a candi- lale, receive,! 24 voice. M. C. George received 10 votes and the rest were scat tering. It Is feared theie will be a prolonged deadlock. School House Burned. The school bouse In Diet. No. 15, on Ihe Lost Valley road, about 12 odles east of Condon, was burned ou Monday The Are originated from the stovepipe and started on the roof and was under such headway More the occupants of the building discovered it that all they could do was to get out at speedily as possible. Mrs. Frank Stevens was the teacher and she and the school children succeeded iu saving a few of the desks, teats, etc. In Juctlce Court. On last Friday, In Justice Neale's court, Chat, Nelson waived examination on the charge preferred by J. A. Rich mond, and was lainud over In the sum of 1'50 for hit appearance ladore the grand jury at the next term of circuit court. For the Water Works. Mayor Dunn returned last Thursday from Portland, where be went on bust nest connected with the perfection of Condon's water works ivstcm. While in the city the mayor purchased a line pump and windmill for the well and also made arrangements (or the pur chase ol a tank, pipe, etc. The pump purchased has a capacity ol 300 gallons per mlnuie, and the mill is an "Meal" with a 12-foot wheel. Mr. Dunn also made satisfactory arrangements for the sale nf tho water bomls in Portland, so that everything is now in good shape for the early completion of the water works. BEECHER FLAT. weather, which it appre. Your money is not really our money when you buy Schilling's Best tea coffee aoda baking powder flavoring extracts and spite till you are sure you like them. For sale by l7 Dunn Brothers. Malicious Mischief. On Thursday night of lust week some miscreants threw rock a through the windows of Hie room in the rear of Hendricks' law office w hich is occupied by Tom Portwood as m rteeping room. Tom was in bed and asleep at the liine and, not being prepared to .defend him self, the (el low got away with n whole hide. It may be different if it ia tried another time, however. There Is no (on about such work and any one guilty of the like should he severely dealt with. Advertised Letters. The follow ing letters remained nncalled (or in the Condon posloflice, October 1st -. MES'a uai. Bert Evans, J. M. McKinney, Treetou Reed, F. '. Tillinghah. works's list. Elsie Long, M. D. Parties calling for the above will please tay advertised. J. F. Kkibaciifr, P. M. WA N T K D " K, V K K A I. TKl'tfTWOKTH V PEK oim in lliit mute to Diaiinge our burlnew In their own and nearby couiiUet. 1: It malnlv oin-e woik conducted at borne, salary atralgbt ! yenr and expeliM-t deiiiille, bonatiiie, no more, no leu t!nry. Monthly 176. Kefereneei. Kncloae fceli-adoresm d ttainped env.loiie, Her bert K. Hem. Prext., Liefl M, Chicago. 111. WASTED AGKNTH FOR '(il.ADiiTONE. HIS Ule and Public lrle," br Tho. W. Hnudford. A wonderful tlory ol a fdortona ca reer. Over SUM birxe. ntdlaut pnaet. too anperb. rareeiixiavlnt. Kli-het, biKgint, bent and only emloreed "Oladatone book' publiabed. Only 11. fie. ;ommnilon, SO per cent. Credit given Kreitttit paid, (mint five. Drop all trah and rleiir tMO a month Kith the onlr true and Rood iUitdlone book." Addreta IME IMMlMoS COMPANY. Dept. 88, 8&! Hi Dearborn ttreet. ('hlcaico. ' j.iu.28 S. 8. BARKER OEf I50ISE 11 1ER0HA CONDON, OREGON. STOCKMEN'S SUPPLIES OlF. ALLlaKDS A SPECIALTY, s J. F. REI8ACHER, Saddler Harnessmaker CONDON, OREGON. ALL-KINDS OF LEATHER OGCOS MACE TO ORDER. ; . i Carries a Complete and Well-selected Stock of ; SADDLES, HARNESS, WHIPS, SPURS, BLANKETS And everything usually found In a first-claas harness ahop. , REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. Give me a call In the buildlncr on the corner, opposite Barker's atore, . NOTICE We have added.a Jewelry Department to oar. stock of General Merchandise and V. L. To bey, who is a strictly first-class watch-maker, is prepared to do all kinds of wr.tch andi jewelry repairing, at Portland prices, and guarantee satisfaction. , . - MOODY'S WAREHOUSE. -Fire-Proof Brick Buildings- Arlington and The Dalles. Highest Market Price Paid For All Kinds of Grain. Tobey. ARLINGTON, Bros., - OREGON. T. G. JOHN" - PROPRIETOR "g Livery, Feed and Sa, Larg Sew Barn on North Main Street, Condon, - Ore HAY AND GRAIN BOUGHT k CHARGES VBBY SEASONABLE. First-class Rigs Always on Hand at Very ReasorVkiowates. A share of the public patronage iu respectfully Elicited. Grain Sacks For Sale. See Us Before Disposing of Your Crop. S.G. HAWSON, Arlington Agent. PEACE HAS BEEN DECLARED, -.AL. HENSHAW A N D Finds he has a complete stock of the following goods on hand and more coming on every train. Furniture, Hardware, Carpenter's Tools, Paints. Blankets, Gloves, Wall Paper, House Lining. Stoves, Stove-pipe, Window-glass, Crockery. Trunks, Hand-bags, Undertaker's Goods. Remember! He will order anything, not, kept in stock, on short notice J. H. PUTNAM, -DEALER GENER'L MERCHANDISE FOSSIL, OREGON. Gent's Clothing, Boots and Shoes Furnishings, Neckwear, Etc. Mitchell Wasrons and All Kinds of Vehicles Cheap. Call and see for yourselves. T. Q. Earhart, S. V. Moore Nice cool cliileil. Mrs. II. II. Rmnatty is quite sk'W with initllu rlieniiiatiHin. Lfti Searey i q'lite alck with asthma mul bronchitis. Our people are very huny digging potHtoen, liHulinit wood ami eeeillntf. Win. Uhiiihuv nnviitlv iiiinihHMMl 320 aoren of land ii) Loci Valley ol (.it-urge liHi'ilie. Mr. Dmte Slater Is nMtinjr belter ninler the Hkillvd treatment ol Dr. Mat tk Shaw. Rungp ntnek are In poor eondition jiiat nnw ami immlof tlin Jrtner are kmhuii until it raini vuHlciontlv to (tart Hie gram, I.onU Mnltlnolu III rloinsr as well pnnlil Ixi tutiwi-teii. He wit tirettv hmily hurt, ami it will lie oine time before he will he around, Mr. Win, Stilt, 8r moved Tuesday to the plm he puruhaaed of Jnoa hhelton Ma ia ir.ilnir to .tart in a few ditva fo Kannatt and Colorado to vielt hi wife and children. W loan one of our old land mark when Mr. and Mm. Slater leave us for their new home, hut what t onr li8 i Condon's IIin. They will ever be found nod neighbors and elirUtian people, Well do we remunilier when there was uniy tour Minnie, oi im un m wm.ic ... IHK ret' ;nr Out. We way well feel nad-tur the linal, CtDg rl0.H.-Pnntl.rfl ? - f 0 w" ViCVortTeiahta CALL AT THE Summit Saloon, FOR FINEST BRANDS OFJ Uiges, Ijcjuors and Qiars. FINE BILLIARD AND POOL TABLE IN CONNECTION EARHART & MOORE, Prop'rs. CONDON. ORE Stop at The CONDON HOTEL. This popular hostelry has been thoroughly renovated and is now prepared to cater to tie wants of the traveling public fn an up-to- date manner. Commercial travelers, ,acd others, desiring the comforts of a first-class hotel, will find this house suited to 1 their wants. MRS. S. A. MADDOCK, 1 Proprietor. ';Tf'B2tlJ P. Iv. H A N LONE ROCK, ORE., DEALER IN General Merchandise AT SUCH LOW- PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH YOU. CET MY PRICES BEFORE COIKG TO THE RAILROAD. IT WILL PAY YCU. DUNN BROS. Are better prepared than ever to supply the wants of their customers. Their trade is constantly increasing aud their stock has in creased with the trade. " You are welcome toesamine their stock and get prices at any time. Dealers in ) South of At the Old Stand, Condon, General Merchandise. Condon Hotel. Oregon. HARRY HALSTEAD, .DEALER IN. ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER. I offer a complete stock of fine surfaced Lumber, consisting of flooring, ceiling, rustic, ship-lap and all kinds of rough Lum ber. Careful attention given to bills of special sizes and dimension staff. MILL ONE-HALF MILE SOUTHEAST OF POST-OFFICE, LOST VALLEY, - - OREGON ARLINGTON SALOON, JEAN LEBOUS, PROP. Fine Wines, Liquors and Choice Cigars. Billiard apd pool Sables. First-class Goods Our Pride. Fresh, Cool, Milwaukee Keg Beer On Drau rK - Ot, ... ..,.o aiatrtct. Whatt-om Edwaty llf! Ill Pl Bft'!.