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THE GOIIDOil GLOBE.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, I89, NOTICE. Tim jri'rly anhiorlpUon to tht Oinm i 91,80. II pNld In ailvatioo. K not paid In lviio 9a will IXi ihrl. A pfcnnll mark around this nolli' lii'tii'nti'n tlmt your iiilNHinptlon huir . Iilr.-rt. 1'liwM rwriot promptly. , LOCAL NEWS. Fro l WlUon is latJ up with eoM. Mr. T. O. Johnson It qi!U III tbla fck with Irt (rl ' Chun. Fix hit fores o( men at work thl a Pe It nutting up Ice. Mr. Cohli, of l'ine truck, will In town TiiPH'lity mul WeiliiMBJity. ' Ho Valentine's Urmul hull at Armory linll next Tuuwluy evtuitiig. ' Unv, Fttthur Burvl left this wwk tot llipiior Hint otliwr inlion, Mr, 1 Morrill I UU1 up thl week witli an aituck of tlm grlp, Mr. G. W. Rinehart l tick thl week with iin Httitck of piiftiinoiiln. An uihhimI Amount of tlekoom hat jiri'vulled Id thl vicinity ltilly, Hilly I'.iirr, who tm been entertaining the jrlpjM) tit hi home for the puit few dnys, I nguln on deck,' Tito tliurnmiiiuior rcg'iHtored 13 below euro laal Friday uiornlnn, tinil 12 below Kuturduy and Hunday uiornlngl. The bnitt men In town tt prevent Are our doctor. It I to be hoped there will toon be lull in their buvliio. C. II. Cromwell, of Peixlluton, the Dis trict UranJ Masttir of United ArtUant, I In town in the Intercut of tlmt order. If your he:tt girl or your wife enjoy riiiiiclng, don't fait to Uke tlieiu to Armory It m 1 1 unit TuomJay evening, tit. Valentin' D.iy. Mr. It. 11. Hotter and wife and Ml Alawlo Hmiih left yctiertlay for The Ditlloi. Mi Mamie will attend Bitten' fcichool at thut place. , Y L. Wilcox and 8. A. raltUon left Kumlny afternoon for Salem to add their voice to the remonstrance againet the diviaion of Gilliam county. 0. C. Witoon, accompanied by bl wife, returned lait Friday from Port land. Mr. Wilton i now down with la grippe at the Md dock hotel. Dr. Jludtmi wa called out to the country Tuutday to ee Jim Dunn, who I very ick with pleurley and pneu monia. Hit brother Ed , Dunn it with blm. Almost every family In town It out of puUtoet. If Mm one would bring in a load or two for tale they would be aura of tolling them. The Condon botol Would t4ke 100 buthela. Mr. Carr, who ha been living in V. L. Wllcon' family thia winter, wa taken aerlounly ill Saturday, and Hun day morning wa removed to Mr, l'ar rV, whore the i being cared for. tluery a Weather Man B. 8 1'auge, oll'urtUuil, or Kev. Ira Hick, of tit. Louii, rexponoible for the laal atl of weathi-r? It took a though the guilty party ihouid be ruu down and punished . Teacher' examination i being con ducted here ttii week. 1'rof. McCully and Ml Mabel llalatuad are aRiiillng Bupt. Kennedy, hence the pupil of Con don public action! are eujuying a abort vacation, Johimou Brut., who have been teach ing a clam In elocution here, left thi week for Foil. They gave tlx teuton here, hence the claa ha a good ttart and It they follow the Inttrucuoo they have been taugnt they will auoceed. Tim Connolly returned Monday from a vUil to Chicago, tie report having bad a most enjoyable time, and that he would not havu returned o toon bad it not been for the tevere weather, at hi tervlce will be needed at the ahoep camp. Diko At Lebanon, Or., Feb. lit, Mr. Maroy Himont, aged 104 year, S mouth and 12 day. Mr. 8uiion wiihhcrbo baud and family croed Hie pliiin in 1853 and located at llie place whore the died. ' bhe wa probably the oldest per- ton in the ttate. A. J. Bholton, of M.iyvllln, hat told hiaiheepand bought tlie bowling alley and reutuurant at Arlington, which he will tuke charge of the 10. Ii of thin month, Mr. Hiullou it u enlerprllng man and there i no doubt but what he will tucceed in bl new venture. Of thorto who, were to unfortunate a to be compelled to face tlie weather lent week tome were frozen, but how wriou ly we have not learned. One of the driver on the Arlington-Fowll ttage line had hi face froion. and another one's linger auMercd that fate, and one patMiiger I reported to have (roxen hi feet in going from here to Fossil. One of tlie heavleit mow itormt ever experienced in Harney county I (aid to have occurred on Monday and Tueday of last week. It wa about 32 i nolle on the level hut there wam:h a gale blow I iiK that it drilled badly, matting the road gliuoHt Impassible, fne burnt) Ontario ttitge wat all night in going 10 Utilci. Gran Valley Journal; On the last day of January the thermometer wat at 45 dcg. above xro( and on Wednesday morning, February let, there wa lining east wind blowing, dry drifting mow and the thermometer down to 10 deg. above euro. Our utocktnen are now ' tiling up their hay tttieka ami wonder' ng liowv long the proeunt weather going to luit. Oliver Ward returned last week from a vlait to hit old home in Arknniai, anil Mont tut inn thit week. Mont wat ac companied by hit father and mother, Mr. and Mr, Nelson Ward, and Mr, and Mr. Thomii Ulover and their tw children, all of whom will buenme per manent resident of Gilliam county, Mrs. Ulover la a litter or John Hilltop, of near thit p lace, Oeooge Birventon wat gtieit of Bert Wellt tbi week. Bert hat been laid op with tfte grippe but It now able to be around again. The latett tiding from Balem In re' gard to county division are to the effect that the Wheeler county bill will most likely be defeated In the entte. The building In which the Delmonlno restaurant it Hunted will be moved acroat the ttreet next to Fix't bowling alley In the near future. A flrtt-claa tnpper, comlitlng of all the delicacle of tht teaton, Including candy, nut and oranget, will be given at tbe Delmonlco on tht evening of Feb. 14th to accom modate thote who attend the Grand Hall on that date. The restaurant will then be III it new location. 12-48 The entertainment given by Johnson Bros, and memberi of the elocution clasi on butt Saturday evening wat not to well attended at the merit of the performance deserved. Many of tbe reading! were really excellent and the farce wat at funny at It It well possible for a farce to be. Undoubtedly the imallneatof tbe audience may be ac counted for by the Intense cold of tbe evening and the large amount of sick- net prevailing In town. A meeting of the Wasco county cattlo men wa held In the court house all m. Saturday, John Johnston, of Uufur, wat elected chairman, while J. W. Ilarrinian eerved at tecretary. About twenty representative cattle men were present but owing to the large number who were enable to attend on account of the eeverity of the weather the meeting adjourned to meet at Dnfttr on Saturday, February 25, at 1 p. in. It It thought that they will make an effort to have the range allotted to them the tame at the theep men. Times-Mountaineer. Mr, Sam E. Van Vector, a well known attorney, of The Datlet, wat In town last Saturday looking over the Held with a view to locating here In the practice of hit profession. After meeting most of the bnvlnese men and looking over the situation carefully, he wa so favor- bly Impressed with the outlook at to decide to close op hi btisinest at The Dalle at tbe earlieat possible moment nd move hie family to Condon. Mr. Van Vector hat secured office) roomt in the Downing building, on Spring street, and expected on hie return to The Pal lei to aeonre a lease on tbe J. W. Blake residence, on tooth Main, now ocenpied by D. 8. Brown, lie expects to tiring hit family here in about two week. Among other feature of Gilliam coun ty, one that attract tlie attention of the yonng men particularly, I the many pretty girl that one fea wherever yon go, and a glance at the clerk's bonk show that the boy are by no mean tow in thit teotion, During the patt year twenty-eight yonng ladiee of the county have changed their name and a corresponding number of yonng men are a happv as can be expected . How it will turn nut thit year It it hard to lay, but a there have already been twn wedding in the county the ball has started rolling and tf it thonld he that it roll over me in my travel before we meet again, I ask that yon will exente the discrepancy and do all yon can for me on my return. Correspondent East Oregonian. Grand Ball. A grand ball will be given in Armory hall on next Tuesday evening, Fehrnary 14, under the management of the Armo ry Hall Company. A iplendid orchestra will be preeent to furnish music for the occasion and nothing wilt be left undone to assure the tncceaa of the evening' enjoyment. The proceeds of the evening will I used In repairing and furnishing the npper ttory of the hall. Thia batl itrotniee to he the event of the season In Condon and all (overt of lancing should avail themselves of the opportunity of a iplendid evening! enjoyment. Death of Another Pioneer. Hon. J. II. Slater died at hit home at La OraAide Jan. 28, after an extended Illness, aged 73 years. Deceased wat one of the many wbo came to Cahhi'iil in 1840, and from there to Oregon in 185'J. lie settled at Corvallit, and In 1854 wat admitted to the br, lie served In the territorial legislature of 1857, 1858 and 1359 at an ndopendent democrat and wat also a member of the first ttate legislature. From 1859 to 1801 he published a paper called tlie Oregon Weekly Union, at Corvallls. In 1802 he moved to Baker City and in 1800 to La Grande, where he has since resided. In 1874 he wat honored bv being elected United State senator for Oregon, aerving In that ca pttcity for tlx years. He hat hel I many other positions ttf public trust, but since 18X0 he ha led a retired life at hie home at La Grande. He wai a man of force and high character and wat highly re spected by all who knew him. A wife and nine1 children snrvive him.' BATTLE AT MANILA. Serious Fighting Between trie Americans and Insurgents. Twenty of the United States Troops Ware Killed and On Hundred and Twenty-five Wounded, The long-expected rupture between the Americans and the Filipinos has come at last. The olllcers at Manila have not been blind to their situation and bad made every preparation for just what ocenred. The clash came at 8:40 Saturday evening when three daring Fil ipino darted past the Nebraska regi ments at Santa Mesa, One wat killed and one wat wounded. Immediately af terward tbe Filipino line commenced a fusilHde which continued at Intervals till daylight. Then a charge wat made and the work at Santa Mesa and I'aco were taken. Intermittent Bring contin ued at varione point! all day long. The engagement proved a veritable slaughter for the Filipinos. It ft reported that their killed will amount to thousand. Our lost it not known exactly but ap proximately It it 60 killed and 200 wounded. Tbe Oreirou regiment did not take part In the engagement. Five Ida ho men were killed, also six of tbe Wash ington soldiers. The strength of the in surgent opposed to Gen. Otis is not known. The accounts of their number are conflicting, but the best belief Is that they number about 30,000 men. The force nnder Otis' command number 2t,- 000. Filipinos are not comparable to the American forcet in personnel, disci pline or quality. Their strong point is their knowledge of the country and a certain fanatical bravery In onslaught that would tie formidable to a volunteer force not well trained to stand Ore. - AMCRICASt vioroBV court ITS. Latest dispatchee state that careful estimates place the Filipino loesei op to late at 2000 dead 8500 wounded and 6000 taken prisoner!. The Oregon regiment participated in a sharp engagement with the insurgent! late Monday afternoon, but drove tbe enemy hack without losing a man. General Olii lent a dispatch to Wash ington Monday which staled that the lost on the American aide wai bat 50, white the loss on the insurgent tide it 4000. Otit tnd Dewey have been Instructed to push forward and fight tbe Fbillpine insurgent! wherever found. Death of Thomas J. Young. After many montht of patient suffer ing from consumption, Mr. Thomas J. Yonng ancrnmbed to that dread dixease, at hit home in Condon, Tuesday fore noon at 10 o'clock. The end was not unexpected by his friends who have watched and tended him thruugb bis illness. Deceased wat horn in Clay county, Mo., September 10, 1844. Me came with his parent to Clackamas comity, Or., in 1845 and afterwards to Polk countr. In 1883 he moved to Gilliam county, where he has si nee resided. He was mar ried December 31, 18li8. to Mary Foster, who survives hint. He leaves also a brother and a sister. Mr. Young wa possessed of those traits of heart and mind that commanded the respect of all who knew hitn and endeared him to a large circle of friends who mourn his demise. The funeral service will be conducted today at 11 o'clock. Sam Bally Killed. Antelope Herald. On last Wednesday morning, while 8am Daily, Claude Cooper and Alex McCartney were hauling a load of hay over on Trout creek, the wagon ran into a washout in the road, npsetting the hayrack and resulting in the almost Instantaneous death of Batly, Baity wa lying stretched out on top of the hay, anil when tlie rack upset, he was thrown into a 15 foot ditch, the rack falling across his back. Coiper and McCartney were nninj'ire I and haa'en- ed to the assistance of Baily, hut death had claimed il victim before they reached him. Baily was a Tennesseean, having come to the Antelope country from Knoxville, about a year ago. He claimed to have I teen a practicing attorney, and papers found upon the boly Indicate that he wai formerly an Alderman of the City of Knoxville. I)cceaed was atxmt 32 vearsofage. Hi Irii nds eav that he hat a mot her, father and brother living In Knoxville, and they have been noti Bed of hie tragie death. Deceased also claimed to be a tnemhttr of the Masonic Order, and if thia is found to be trne, he will be buried with Masonic honors Leave Orders for Job Work at the GLOBE OFFICE. Lost. One black, 3-year-old horse, branded small figure seven (7) on left stifle. Also one steel gray horse, white In face,. black mane and tall, same brand , 7 somewhat blotched. Will give 2 60 per head for information leading to their recovery, Lxroy Paul, 1 Olex, Oregon. I ANTED 8KVERAI. TRUSTWORTHY PER. VV sons III this stU to manage oar halnes In tholr own and nearby counties, tt Is ninthly nffloo work oomlucU'rt at hnm. Hatarv atralitht ItKitl a year anil epuses iluHuitw, bunsHile, no morn, no loss salary, Niiimiiy io. neiernnces. Encloso soll-sdilroased stamped envelope, H ar te it . Hess, Frsst., Pojit. M, Chtosgo, III. Wanted: y Every pergon in Gilliam County to know that they can buy DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, SZZ FURNISHINGS, B110K3, HARDWARE and J: GROCERIES in Olex, at Arling.on priceB. -g eg ' We have purchased tbe stock of L. O. Ralston, eg jjjL- and can and will sell you all goods as cheap as 5 y in Arlington -g -- Give us a trial, and be convinced. Tobey Bros. SUCCESSORS TD L 0. RALSTOK.) 3 EE OLEX, OREGON. 3 MAYVILLE. Several are suffering with la grippe Miss Louie Freiae and A. J. Walher are both verv ill. A, J. Shellou has purchased the bowl ing alley and lunch room of M. Aldrit-h In Arlington. lone Wither had the misfortune to break both hones of her left arm above tlie wrist by falling from a horse. Dr Shaw, of Fostdl, reduced the fraoture and the little girl is doing nicely. The Christian Endeavor has postpon ed their entertainment until! February 18th on account of so much sickness. There Is to be a masque ball here on St. Valentine'! eve in the I. O. O. F. hall. Mrs. S. A. Davenport it quite ill with la grippe. Wm, DeWitt.nf the East Oregonian is in Mnwille thia week. Pure, food laws have no terrors for Schilling's Best Best in the world. The OIney Brand Canned Goods. They're fresh and sweet, The best to eat. Try them and you'll never love another brand of canned goods. For sale by P. H. STEPHENSON. f you want a FIRST-CLASS STOCK SADDLE, bssl Place your order with J. F. REISACHER, The Only Practical Saddler in Gilliam County. References 100 persons, In Gilliam county, now using saddles built In my shop In 1898. Interview any of them. New Masonic Building : : CONDON, : OR. Fresh Candies and Nuts New line Canned Goods Choice Reading Matter 50c Novels for 30c 25c Novels for 20c Only First-class Goods Sold JOHN JACKSON. ONE DOOR SOUTH CONDON HOTEL, CONDON, C8EC0N. MILLER "THE REGULATOR." THAT'S THE PLACE TO TRADE. We have constantly on hand a full and complete line of GRO CERIES. We call particular attention to our line of GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS which is the most complete line in Arlington. We are also agents for the celebrated SALEM WOOLEN MILLS. Call and get prices. We are now located at the old Coffin corner. THE OLD RELIABLE PECULATOR. GEO. MILLER, : : ARLINGTON, OR. MOODY'S WAREHOUSE. -Fire-Proof Brick Buildings- Arlington and The Dalles! Highest Market Price Paid For All Kinds of Grain. Grain Sacks For Sale See Us Before Disposing of Your Crop. S.G. HAWSON, Arlington Agent PEACE HAS BEEN DECLARED, s -wAL. HENSHAW- 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 Taper, House Lining. Stoves, Stove-pipe, Window-glass, Crockery. Trunks, Hand-bags, Undertaker's Goods. Rememberl He will order anything, not kept in stock, on short notice, ten cofiVa soda baking powder fUvcring cxtracU nd spices It does an honest man good to watch him. 1M For sale by Dunn Brother. ACTIVE HOUOIT. KS ANTED EVEKi. where for he fry of the I'hllliipimo" by Mnrat HiilBtfUd, rommiloneii by ihUiv eminent Otltdul HiMorluii K tlie War D nartinent. The book m w rlttii In rtnyonnin h( 8n Pmnrliro, on the P.i iHu with tienenil Morrill in the honvltnU nt Honolulu, in ilunn KoiiK. in the Amorlcen tivnehci nt Mauiin. in the Inmirvt'iit I'Hinnt with AKulimlrio, on the deck of the olvmpla with Dewey, end In the ror of buttle ut the full of Miinila. Boimnui for airente. Brtralul ol orlKlunl pieturee taken by government iihntoRnohen on the inot, l.irne book. Jxiw prices. Bid profit. KrelRlit paid. Credit Riven. Drop ell trhy nnotltcfal voir books, (nuilt free. Addrwn, Y. T. Unrher, Hee'y., Str Invriinrc HM?., Chlcmrn, 111. 1IANTED AOKNTS FOR "GLADSTONE. HIS Ule end f none servifes," oTThoe.iV. Hendford. A wonderful ttory of glorlam ca reer. Over 500 lente. rndlent pave. IMatiperb. rare emirnvlnic. Kiehent, blwui, best and only endorsed "Gladstone book" published. Only . i.no. t.umini.Bi.jn, ou per reni. vreuis Riven, Frelirht wild. O.itftt free. Itron all traali and clear :w a month with the onlv tine and good "tilndatone book." Atlrireaa THE DOMINION cu.M f am, uupt. BO, ikti-aoo Dearborn etreet Chicago. J3U-28 Subscribe for the Gi.nPE, Begin the New Year Right . By purchasing yonr supplies from S. B. BARKER. Keep it op all year and yon will be well Satisfied With Yourself. ondon, - - - " Oregon. T. G. JOHNSON, .PROPRIETOR OF Livery, Feed and Sale Stables, Large New Barn on North Main Street, Condon, - Oregon. BAY AND GRAIN BOUGHT AND SOLD. CHARGES VERY RBAHOKABLE. First-class Rigs Always on Hand at Very Reasonable Rates. A share of the public patronage is respectfully solicited. Stop at The CONDON HOTEL. This popular hostelry has been thoroughly renovated and is cow prepared to cater to the wants of the traveling public in an up-to-date manner. Commercial travelers, and others, desiring the comforts of a first-class hotel, will find this house suited to their wants. MRS. S. A. MADDOCK, Proprietor. P. L. H A M, LONE ROCK, ORE., 'DEALER IN- General Merchandise .AT SUCH LOW PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH YOU. CFT MY PRICES BEFORE COIMC TO THE RAILROAD. IT WILL PAY YOU. DUNN BROS. Will take pleasure in showing you their stock of Gen'l Merchandise. Condon, Oregon. HARRY HALSTEAD, .DEALER IN ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER I offer a complete 6tock 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 stuff. MILL ONE-HALF MILE SOUTHEAST OF POST-OFFICE, LOST VALLEY. - - - ----- - OREGON ARLINGTON SALOON, JEAN LEBOUS, PROP. Fine Wines, Liquors and Choice Cigars. Billiard and pool Sables. First-class Goods Our Pride. Fresh, Cool, Milwaukee Keg Beer On Draught. Main St., Condon, Oregon T. Q. Earhart, S. V. Moors CALL AT THE Summit Saloon, 0FOR flNESTBRAND3 0Fato Uirjes, Ijquors arjd Qars. FINE BILLIARD AND POOL TABLE IN CONNECTION EARHART & MOORE, CONDON, Prop'rs. ORE.