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HAS THREE TIMES THE CIRCULATION
OF ANT PAPER IN THE COUNTY.
THE OFFICIAL AND LEADING PAPER
OF GILLIAM COUNTY.
PUBLISHED KVCKV FRIDAY BV
LOAN P. 8HUTT,
Editor and Proprietor.
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One square , , , 1 60 per month
One-qnaiter column.. ft 60 per month
One half column 0 per month
One column 10 00 per month
Baaineaa localt will be charged at 10 centi per
line for flrrt Insertion and 5 cents per line there
after. Legal advertisements will In all cases be
charged to the party ordering tbem, at legal
rates, and paid for before affidavit l furnished
One your (Invariably In advance) - II 5?
Six monttia 1 "0
Tlireo months... , , 7
e.iiKle coplei.f. 10
VOL. 2. CONDON, GILLIAM CO., OREGON, FRIDAY. JUNE 3, 1892. NO. 11.
Knitted at Pottofflct of Condon, Oregon, at
tetvHil-clutt mail matter.
President HkiuaMIK rUaamort
Vice I'resldeiit Uvi P. Mohton
Heerttary of Htate Jam km (1 Hi.ainc
Secretary of Treasury .I!has. Kohtkb
Seorelarr ot Interior .'. J- W. Now.a
Hertaryof War ........HTKi'liKH H. Ki.kik
Secretary of Navy ,. B. T. Tai;v
Post masteMienerat .Jon N Wahamakkr
AttomeyouHeral ..W II. H. Mu.i.aa
becretaryof Agrlsalture. JaKr.MMM Kusk
Blte ttt Oregon.
Governor ,. ..H. 1'KMNovaa
Secrslarvol Stat O W. McHkiub
Treatarer ...fun, Mxthchah
Bupt of rubllo lustruclun B. M. McKi-ho
Cong-eMman......; ...,........ B IIkmmanh
frtuter KkahkO. Hak aa
(K. H. MraAHAM
Supreme Juliet w. I" I-""-
Seventh Jndlelal lllatrlet.
Joint Senator .,... ....Cn a ai.HH IIii.tok
t'lrcuit Judge W. I Hmai.hhaw
I'rMucutiiig At.oruey W. II. M ii.hon
Representative W.J. Mui.asr
Judge , W.J. MaaiNaa
Commissioners Wi j, k.owakos
Clerk , ,.Jat P. Lucas
Hherlff. ..... .W. I, WiixoX
1'rraiurer II. 8. Kwmo
Assessor David Maiki
Surveyor II. M. Huw.&uar
Bihool Huperlnteadent I.vcikn Pa Kuan
Coroner ,.R. K, Ha a am
Stock loapector Alkx Duthis
Justice of the Peace ..Qaoaia Tato
Constanta , Dam Kikbmakt
ttnlon FMlfle Hallway Tltne Card.
Tralnaarrlva and leave Arlington aa follows:
Train Mo. 3, fast nail, leaves Arlington dally
t a. a). . .. .
No. a, A i Ian tic express, leaves Arlington dally
ata H7 r. m.
Train No. 1, fast mall, leaves Arlington dally
atia;40A. n. ...
No. 7. Atlautlo express, leaves Arlington dally
at 1.60 p.m.
Hirrxta branch tsains.
Train No. 31 arrives from Beppner dally, e
cent Ku iid ty at 1 1 :d0 a . m .
No. 82 leaves (or lieepner dally, except flan
day, at 3:47 P. at. , ,
t nrougtt keta sold and baggage cheeked
tkroiiicb to all poinu in the United Mate ana
Canada. S. COLLI NH, Ticket Agent,
AT. A A. M.-Mf. WORIAH IX)IKiE. No. 5
, Hiated cominnnl' atL.iia on flnt Haturday
evenliiga alter flrat Moudava of each month. Ho
Joarnlng brethren In goodatand ngare cordially
Invited to att-ud. I. r. CAiJON, W. M.
HxKBKaT Hawtkad, Secretary.
REV. W. C. WIHE WILL HOLD 8IRVICK8
every 14 and 4tb Humlay luaeh month at
(.midon, morning and eveulng, and at Matuey
aeboolhonae at 2 t. m. Kvery lat and sd Sunday
be will preach at May ville. morning an a evening.
ED Ii. flWTliEY'S $10 SUITS
For irentlemcn, worth $20 for wear.
and measurement blank free. Postage, 6 cents.
fed It. Hontley & Go., Wholesale Gentile Tailors
184 MADISON 8TREETCHICACO, ILL.
When ordering samples please
Lost .Valley; Saw: Mill.
CANTWELL BROS., Proprietors.
All Kinds ot Surfaced Lumber, Rustic,
All timbers 4x6 and larger discounted 10 per
feot. All lumber discounted 10 per cent, for cash.
SOUTH MAIS STREET, CONDON, OR.
Good horses for hire at reasonable rates. Special attention given
to transient stock.
Fat cattle for my meat market
respectfully solicited. '
H M EXCHANGE
P. SKELLY, Proprietor,
KEEPS ON HAND
Fresh Beer, Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
FRESH WALLA WALLA STEAMED KEG BEEE UPON ICE.
A fine billiard parlor in connection. When you feol like having a
Uttle amusement call around and see Pat. He will treat you well.
jar. 3. J. 1100 AS,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
" Condbn; Or.
Ofllce Oregon ave., next door to (llubt office.
R. JOHN NICKUN,
at retldeiice of Major Lilian, Oregon
AY P. M'CAH, t'oimty Clerk,
woies ALL LINM op-
LAND AND NOTARY BUSINESS
In a nrat and careful manner. '
'Notary Public and Conveyancer,
Collections made with dispatch.
Renreaents the (Inrmaii-Amerlcan and the
Northwest Kir and Marine Insurance Company.
,10R RELIABLE FIRE INHURANCK
APPI.T TO Til
PMCNIX of Hartfobo."
CoiA tafa, .;,64.t.
Herbert Balstead, Agent, Condon, Or.
pONDON-LONK ROCK DAILY HTAOE LINK.
I). M. Itloehart, I'roprletop.
Leaves Condon every ntorulng (Bnndaya ex
cepted) at 6 o'clock, and a'rlveaat loue Rock
at lit M. via Matuey and Lost Valley.
Fare, 03.00. Round Trip. S3.no.
It 8. OR1DER,
II. M. HOH8,
Carpenters and Contractors,
All kinds of cannter wark done with dla-paU-hatthemotreaaonablechaiges.
Office On street wherever yon can And tbem.
xy A. GOODWIN,
' Painter and Paper-Hanoer,
All kinds ot painting and papering done at
moderate rates, uive me a cnauue.
i-wia-mPPII-lt VARIETY STORE.
I LoHg Rock, On.
J. B. Oon, Proprietor.
irna alwava on hand Mellclnea. C'gara and
Tnbaccoa. One Candlea, School Huppllen, Toilet
Articles. Stationery, liarns aui ioya, ami etiry
thing elae naually found In a country variety
Everything I handle Is flrat-cUaa, and my
prtuesare iho lowest, tilve ine a trial
CONTRAOTOR ANO BUILDER,
I have learned thla bnalneas thoroughly, and
am prepared to do all kluda of work In this line
at moderate rates. Try me.
Twelve cloth samples, fashion plate
mention Condon (Gilliam county
Celling and Flooring Always on Hand
cent, in number of
and Feed Stable
taken on accounts
Your trade is
7 SALOON, m
A. Chandler Will Accompany
German Officer on an East
C. 1'. Huntington lias given $25,030 to
the Golden Gate park, San Francisco,
(or an artificial cataract with a fall of
- mar i M l'T1
will visit that place next fall for a few,
days' tarpon niihtng.
Hi nee the death of the celebrated sur
geon. Dr. Ilanea A Knew, the instances
of his humane kindness and charity are
fast multiplying, lie made a rale to
charge his patients strictly according to
tneir circumstances, xnoseoi moderate
means paid $2 for each visit, while the
eaitny patient was often charged from
$1,000 to $2,500, and the wife of an Eng
lish nobleman once paid $20,000 for a
William Astor Chandler of New York,
who is to accompany a German officer
on an important exploring expedition
in East Africa, brought back from his
last African trip probably the finest col
lection of trophies of the chase ever im
ported into the United States. Many of
the specimens were made op into arti
cles of nse or ornament. An elephant's
foot was silver-mounted and converted
into a champagne cooler; the hide of a
rhinoceros formed the top of a table, and
there were many object of ivory. Ihe
importation paid $25,000 dntv.
JOHN R. CLARK, .
All kinds of carpenter work done with neat
nam and dlapatch and at very moderate ratea.
RLINtiTON-POBSIL DAILY STAGE LISE.
K. A. Nelson, proprietor.
VAI1I raoM ARLINGTON TO
roMlI....... ...16 00 Return. flO 00
Maw He 6 00 Ke urn, 00
Condon 4 00 Return, 7 60
Clem .,...,..,.. t on Keturn, B ou
Olex.. 2 00 Return, 8 00
Lavca ArlliiK'on everr morning (Hunday ex-
ceptedi at 6;:0o rlx-k. la dae at Condon at 3 r.
.. ana arrives at r oaau at 7 P. a.
DEPOT 7 HOTEL,
Headquarters for T. P. A. N. W.
Adjoining the depot. It la v. ry convenient for
pawiengeni irom me wi couinrjr k mi
have to leave by night trains.
Uitr u ird Deutseh gtgprochen.
No Chinese. Meets all trains.
J. W. HEXXKTT, Proprietor.
The GekkatedFrencft Kure,
"APHRODITlNL ' SfSSS
la Bold ox a
to cure any form
ol nervous uleao
or any disorder of
the generative or-
u: ool Stimulants,
Hon, over lnuutrcneo,t:e.,suehaa Losa ol Brain
fower, Wu!ieli:lness,rieorin;dovn Pains In tha
bark, Seminal Weakness, Hysteria, Nervous Pro,
tratioa, Noeturnul Emissions, Leieorrhtra, Dli
ainesa. Weak Jlemorv. Lom ol l'owerand imno.
teney,whl taltneglectedoften lead to premature
old a?e and Insanity. Pries 11.00 a box, 6 boxes
lorl.voa Pent by mall on receipt of price
A WRITaEJf iiUAUAXvTEE Is given lot
every ,cOorlcr received, to refund the money it
a Permanent rv.ra Is not effected. We bave
thouaamlaof teatimoniula fromo'd and younft.
of both aoxea-vrhohavo been permanently enrrd
by theuseof Apbroditina. Clreularfree, Addreta
THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
Western Branch, Box C7. roaTLxxo, Oa.
roit als by
L. W. DARLING A CO., Condon, Or.
Faler's Golden Female Fills
successfully by thous
ands of prominent la
dles monthly. Thor
oughly reliable and
times their weight in
(told or female irreg
ulariUt$. Never known
Sent by mall sealed
Iba Apbro Medicine
Box ST. . Portland, Oregon.
FOR SALX BY
W. DARLING CO., Condon, Or.
Our Wonderful Remedies
Dr. Grant's Syrup of Wild Crape Root.
The great blood punner ana
i t hft nrodufit of Orecon soil.
- i cj -
Dr. Grant's Kidney and
For the cure of Brieht'B Disease, Diabetes, biliousness, Sick lieaa-
ache and all kidney troubles.
Dr. Grant's Native Discovery.
TVin o-rofli. ffimftlfl remedv. For
nflrvnlinr to ffmalcH. Sold
Dr. Grant's Cloalo.
- . , ,,, ... , , . j
The great dyspepsia conqueror; will positively cure dyspepsia and
all its kindred ailments. Every bottle sold under a positive guar-
.i nnu rofnnArl Retail nrif A 1. 1
wuw w' c v r
FOr uaie Dy U. Vie waning vu. vunuun, wr.
Vast Beds of Iron Ore in Hanover
Valley, N.M., Soli
ARIZONA'S CATTLE PROSPECTS GOOD.
The Washoe Indians to Hold a Seven-Day
Fandango Mining Trouble in
; Idaho Other News.
Bait Lake is warring with gamblers.
Sacramento has voted for the new
Near Kinsman, A. T., is a wonderful
Arizona's cattle prospects are better
now than for years.
Phoenix. A. T.. is pnttinz in a sewer
system that will cost $126,000.
Oregon's new settlers for the vear end
ing May 1 amounted to over 100,000.
The Washoe Indians are to hold a
grand seven-day fandango near Carson.
A religions sect called the River Breth
ren from Pennsylvania have settled near
Phoenix, A. 1.
Secretary of War Elkius has directed
that the new military post at Helena,
Mont., be named Fort Jlameon.
A. . McDonald has been sentenced
to ten vears at Folsom for robbing the
cathedrals at Los Angeles of sacred ves
Work on the Wolfley canal In Gila
Bend. A. T.. will begin at once. The
canal will water 200,000 acres of frnit
A force of men have at last been set
to work closing the eao in the Southern
Pacific coast line between klwood ana
The Hillside group of mines in Arizona
has been purchased Dy an A as tern syn
dicate. The agreement was consam
mated at Prescott.
It is announced that on and after Jnly
1 trains on the Canadian Pacific will
carry all mails and passengers between
Montreal and the uoaat in nveaays.
Nicholas Grosbeak, who was pardoned
br President Harrison, he having been
convicted of violating the Edmunds law
at Salt Lake, has been convicted of a
The purchase of the vast beds of iron
ore in Hanover Valley. N. M.. is an
nounced at Chicago by a company of
very wealthy men, and the property is
valued at nearly fW.UOU.UW.
George Burnett, a young man, once a
student at Berkeley, is under arrest at
Chihuahua on a charge of murder, he
having killed the superintendent of a
mine at that Mexican town. '
An investigation into the affairs of C
B. Seeley, Treasurer of the Napa Insane
Asylum, which was demanded by parties
. V. I 1 . 1 J A I
tlemanina better position before the
Last year two carloads of new potatoes
u: I I T i. Oklnn.
were auipitm iruui caii ww w vuivAgu,
This vear seven carloads have been al
ready sent, and orders ate coming in for
more. Fancy prices are paia iot tnese
The Committee of One Hundred at
San Diego has begun war on the Santa
Fe road. Suit is to be brought for a
forfeiture of the railroad franchise.
The lands and franchise granted to the
road are estimated to be worth $5,000,000.
Edgar A. Martin, alias Edgar A. Mc-
Dnffee. has been rearrested for forging
the will of Frederick Heldt of Fort
Bragg, who died suddenly in Martin's
saloon. New evidence points to the fact
that the will was made after Heldt's
death. It has been declared a forgery.
At Flagstaff, A. T., the residence of
Mrs. Mary Hoffman caught fire-while
the lady was visiting a neighbor. A
child had been left in the building, and
the mother rushed in to save it, but lost
her life. The bodies of mother and
child were found side by side.
Wells, Fargo & Co.'s detectives have
established the identity of the murder
ous stage robbers who held up the Red
ding stage and killed Messenger Mont
gotuery. The wounded robber wliowaa
captured has confessed that he is Charles
Buggies, son of L. B. Buggies, a wealthy
farmer living at Traver, Tulare county.
The other robber is John D. Ruggles, an
elder brother of Charles. The latter
was sentenced in 1878 to seven years at
San Quentin for robbing a man and
woman in San Joaquin county, but was
pardoned in 1880. In the Redding rob
bery he got away with gold valued at
system, ionic, ru.eiy vegeiauie, aim
Retail price. $1.
Retail price, $1
the cure of diseases and complaint
under a positive guarantee. Retail
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yv. t. v, rsniano, vr,
V. sTTl sk aW av sa mM av Sk, .TTk sa
Bill Introduced in the House by Mr.
Bryan to Put Rough Lum
ber on Free List.
The Senate Committee on Military Af
fairs has reported favorably Senator Al
len's bill for a wagon road through the
Fort Canby military reservation in Wash
ington. In the Senate the bill has been passed
extending for a term of two years the
time for completing the Spokane and
Palonse railroad through the Nez Perces
Indian reservation in Idaho.
The Senate has passed Mr. Allen's bill,
authorizing the construction of a bridge
over the Columbia river at some point
netween tne counties ot iougias and
Kittitas, in Washington, by the Great
The Senate has passed the bill provid
ing that jurors and witnesses in the Dis
trict and Circuit Court s of Oregon, Wash
ington. Montana. Idaho and Wyoming
shall be entitled to receive 10 cents for
each mile actually traveled in coming to
and from the courts.
General Saint Clair has presented to
the House Committee the special World's
Fair souvenir bill, it provides lor the
issue of Treasury notes under the exist
ing silver law in payment for bullion
ltb which to mint souvenir coins.
There is appropriated (100,000 instead
of (700,000, as proposed in the original
measure, lor medals and diplomas.
Wolcott of the Committee on Civil
Service and Betrenchment reported to the
Senate the joint resolution proposng an
amendment to the constitution, making
the term of office of the President and
Vice-President six years, and making
the President ineligible for re-election.
The change to take effect March 4, 1897.
In the House the other day Repre
sentative Wilson introduced the Senate
bill providing for the removal by the
Legislature of the State of Washington,
the restrictions upon the power of alien
ation of a portion of the Pnyallup reser
vation. This bill, it win be remembered,
is practically a substitute for the one in
troduced by Senator Allen some weeks
The joint Immigration Committee of
the two Houses of Congress is mak-
in ir rADid DrogTess in the consideration
of the bill for the better administration
of the laws relating to immigration.
The other day a very full meeting of the
joint committee was held and some dis
Duted points adjusted. They merely pro
vide for the practical and efficient en
forcement of the provisions oi tne exist
Senator Felton has proposed an
amendment to the river and harbor bill,
appropriating f 50,000 for restraining
works on the American river, California.
To remove the debris where it is now
lodged will cost but a fraction of 1 cent
per cubic yard, whereas it will cost 15
cents per yard to remove it after it has
reached navigable rivers, according to a
report of the Board of Engineers of the
T . . TT ( ( ,1. n TT.tW.wl Ct.ta.
and 8enator Morgan of
, ho were b th Pre9.
ident as arbitrators on tne part oi tne
United States in the Behring Sea contro
versy, have each accepted the appoint
ment, and agree to serve. Justice Har
lan said he would probably go abroad
about the latter part of July. It will be
next autumn at the earliest before the
commission assembles, and how long it
will take them to conclude the settle
ment of the controversy is still a doubt
Representative Brvan of Nebraska has
introduced a bill placing rouzh lumber
on the free list and imposing duties as
follows on partly or entirely finished
lumber: Lumber. each side planed or
finished. 50 cents per 1.000 feet: planed
on one side and tongued and grooved, $1
per 1.000 feet ; planed on both sides and
tongued and grooved, $1.50 per 1,000
feet. The bill was not introduced as the
result of an agreement on the lumber
bill bv the Democratic majority on the
Ways and Means Committee, but it in
dicates Brvan proposes to urge the com
tmtiee to seme tne lomuer quemion,
which has been before it for some time,
by reporting a bill on those lines,
ReDresentative Loud of California has
introduced an amendment to the sundry
.nnnAn,!.tiAn Kill infMOaini tha
Civil (ii)iupiiiu .".""e
appropriation for the enforeeroeat-otihe
Chinese restriction laws irom sdj.uuu to
$190,000. Most of this amount is to be
used in furnishing Chinese registration
certificates. He thought this was a rea-
sonab e amount, as under Geary's Cm
nese exclusion bill passed by the House
a provision was made for taxing the Chi
nese 3 oer head for certificates of regis
tration. This would make a total of
IS30.000 for this purpose, as there 110.-
000 Chinese in this country according to
the estimate of the census bureau, and
this estimate should be increased by
about 50 per cent., he thought. By
unanimous consent the item was passed
over to give the committee time for fur
Company vs. Mary Bardon settled a
long-mooted point. The tract of land
i, - . : u i u - .
the Northern Pacific, but at the date of
the grant was occupied by a pre eruption
claim. Subsequent to that the pre
emption claim was canceled and the
land restored to tne pumic aomain. ine
ruination was whether the right of the
railroad company was men aitacneu or
wnetner tne tana was Baujeui. io euiry
bv a homestead. The court decided
against the railroad company, holding
that the land, having been appropriated
ma, mo i.uv., .....UB -w-
at the date of the grant, could not, al-
though subsequently restored to the
publio domain, inure to the benefit of
the railroad company. There are many
vmiUBbie land cases pending which this
1 . i A. I Jl 1 1
'case win senHJuasuv
BEYOND THE ROCKIES
Cost of the New Sault Ste. Marie
Canal in Canada.
SWINDLING ENDOWMENT CONCERNS.
The Payments of the Sugar Bounty for the
Present Fiscal Year Louisiana
Baron Fava says he is glad to get back
to the United States.
Mrs. Grant has decided not to publish
her memoirs of the General.
The prospects for a crop of cotton 15
per cent, less than that of 1891-2 is
The cost of the new Sault Ste. Marie
canal in Canada has been estimated at
The annual reunion of the Army of the
Cumberland will be held at Chicam;trga
on September 15.
Capitalists are said to be arranging to
pipe ou irom rortland, lnd., to Chicago
lor fuel purposes.
The Confederate Veterans of Louisiana
will ask that the Legislature pass a pen
sion bill for them.
A bill has been passed in the Ken
tucky House making dealers in cigarettes
pay a license ot $dju.
The Rio Grande and connections will
fight the Union Pacific by reducing its
running time to the ast.
The necessary equipment for six miles
of electric tramway is now on its wav
from this country to Siam.
A change of venae to St. Charles
county, Mo., has been grouted to Hedges-
petb, the noted tr.-t.u ruber.
A Boston syndicate has purchased
eighty acres of land near Chattanooga,
Tenn., and will mine for gold.
Comptroller of the Currency Lacey
will soon become President of the Bank
ers' .National Bank ot Chicago.
John F. Sullivan after a two weeks'
theatrical engagement at Brooklyn will
go into training for his match with Cor-
Two thousand pavers and stonecutters
are idle in Vermont, and the dealers say
the lockout will last forever, unless the
cutters give in.
The census bulletin giving the statis
tics of dwelling hop sea shows that Phil
adelphia has 187,000 dwellings, Chicago
147,000 and Sew York 81,828.
Lieutenant Hetherington's father dis
credits the story sent out from St. Paul
that Mrs. Hethenngton returned to
America under an assumed name.
It is announced that an English syndi
cate is after the Kentucky distilleries,
with the intention of limiting the pro
duction and sending up the price.
Senator Cameron has introduced a bill
appropriating $25,000 for the survey of
the proposed ship canal from Philadel
phia to New York across Sew Jersey.
Archbishop Eider of Cincinnati has
declined to allow the Elks' funeral cere
monies in a Catholic cemetery. The
Cincinnati Elks are making a great stir
Omaha bankers and railroad men have
refused to subscribe money to entertain
the People's party National Convention
on the ground that its principles are in
imical to their interests.
The payments of the sugar bounty for
the preseut fiscal year have amounted to
iv.uuu.uuu, and the payment is practi
cally completed. The estimate for the
ensuing year is $10,000,000.
The government having made no ef
fort to remove the cattle that have been
driven into the Cherokee Strip, the cow
boys have established camps, and are
preparing to remain all summer.
According to the New York State
Board of Health there has been in that
State 35,193 deaths within the past three
months, and that the present epidemic
of grippe has already caused 10,000
The deal for the consolidation of four
teen cotton presses in New Orleans has
again fallen through. A fire interfered
with the first option, and in the second
the contract did not receive the signa
tures in time.
Mortimer F. Elliott, who was defeated
by only fifty-one votes for Congress in
the Sixteenth Pennsylvania district, has
accepted the position of general solicitor
of the Standard Oil Company at a salary
of $ 2o,uuu a year.
Swindling "endowment" concerns in
Massachusetts seem to have a strong po
litical "pull" in the Legislature. Ihe
effort to protect certificate holders by
proper legislative regulations has so far
resulted in failure.
The New York World publishes fac
similes of dispatches and checks in sup
port of Dr. John Trumbull's charges that
Consul General McCreery speculated in
tne vuiiian maraeia ourmg uie revolu
tion, and that his profits were large.
The Court of Claims has dismissed the
petition of Elizabeth Watk, formerly
postmistress at Emporia, Kan. This is
a test case, involving the right of post
masters to recover the balances of salary
found to be due under the readjustment
It is alleged that a number of govern
ment employes at Ellis Island, together
with the employes of several steamship
wiui ine euipioyra ui several tiraiuouiu
unes, are working in collusion to defeat
the operations of the contract lalwr law,
and an investigation into the matter has
en commenced, which may result in
the dismissal of some of the government