i HAS THREE TIMES THE CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER IN THE COUNTY. ADVERTMlNf. KATES. -TflUHHKI. UVKflV KRID..Y MV 3 LOAN P. SHUT T, I'.dllor mid Proprietor. jtP Hulmrrliition JUtci. ite jranr (Invariably Id adraoco) 1 1 W Six moutus .. 1 00 I'tire rannihs , 7S Single conies,,.-,, 10 : I'ro.erwioual curds.. (t 00 per mouth One square 1 aO per month Oiie-qnaitrr column , 8 50 per month j i mo half colamn ....... 6 00 per month , One column 10 00 per month i Business locals will be charged at 10 cent per ; Hue .'or first insertion and 6 cent per line there- a.ier. Legal adrertiaeineute will in all case be charged to the party ordering them, at legal rates, and paid lor before affidavit U furnished VOL. 2. CONDON, GILLIAM CO., OREGON, FRIDAY. JUNE 17, 1892. NO. 13. THE OFFICIAL AND LEADING PAPER OF GILLIAM COUNTY. CONDON GLOBE ; Knternl at the I'nilnfflct at Condon, Orffon, a$ ircond-clati mull matter, OFFICIAL UIKKCTOUV. United State.. President ilKNJAMIN HjkftHfftON Vln I'mitlcletit I,r.vi V. Momtom Hmtrrtary of Hiate Jamkn U Itl.Aimt Heoretary ol Treasury... , Ciiah. Kohtkr Hmiretary of Interior,. J. W ("OMils Heorutaryol War , Htkvhkn II. Ri.kikm HMirtay ol Navy M, K Tkacv Fust masterUeneral..... Jon N WanaMakkk Attoruey-Ueueral W II. II. Mlu.Ktt beurelaryoi Agrlmiltura Jkukmiah Kiik State of Oregon. flovernor 8. Pkmhovkh Hmiret.r o( Htate U W. Mi'HHin Iressurer nm. Mktntimn Hnpt of nibllu I untrue lou K U. MiKlkov Batiatir ! " M ITrilKLI Mn,,to jj. N pi.M'lt. Cong eMinaa H iuhmann fruiter ..Kknk '. Hakkr Sit. H 81RAHAN W. P Umn. K. B. HAM. Seventh Judicial l-littrlei. Joint Senator , 1'iiaki.kh Hilton Clnmit JhIk , VV. I.i Kimiimiaw 1'ro.ocutlng Atoruey W. 11. Wilsoh (lllllam County. Rcprewutallvt W.J. Mui.kky Judgi W.J. Makipkk Commissioner- fwWwS Clerk Jay V. Mica Sheriff. W. I, Wtixox Trea.urer 11.8. Kwimi AtMkr ,...,. .......iia no Mahon Hii'veror If, J, HuHi.Hoar H ihn 11 HiiwrluU'ilvul , ,.l,r iks Paiukk Cnriuet.., , It It. tlAKKina Htock lu.pjtto, Alkx Innim Justice of the l'e. (IkoimrTaton Coiiiaile Dak Kikiiumt Union Faelue lUllway Tim Card. Tralnsarrlre and leave Arlington as follows: AKr-OlKD. Train No. 3, fast mall, eare Arlington dally 12:, 6 a. m, Nn. a, A Untie express, leave Arlington dally at a . 87 r. m. WHT-ROUND. Train No. 1, fast mall, leaves Arlington dally t 13:40 A M. No. T Atlantic express, leave Arlington dally at I M r. m. HSPCMKa KRAJtCH TRAINS. Train No. SI arrive from Heppner dally, est erst Hnudty at 11 M , H. H i. si leer" tjr llvppner dally, except Sun day, at 8:47 r. M. Tnriia tl ket sold and higgaga cherkfd through to all point In the L'uiU'd Htaies ana Canaaa. 8. COLLI NH, i ickt-t Agi-nt, Arlington, Or. AF. 4 A. M.-MT. MOKUH tfttKit. No. & , Kiateri coinmHiit all. 11s 011 rlrrt Saturday vilni(S alter first Mondanf ia h luontli. H arolnvbr hrn In giHHlstaud tigare cordially Invited to attnnd. V. K. C KH)$, W. M. Heriikrt Hautrad, Secretary. REV. W. C. WI8K WIIX IIOM) 8IRVICKB very Jil and 4lh 8nn'lay In ah roou'b at Ciindnn, room ng aud eveiidig. snd at Matn scbooihouse at I n. 111. Kvery Ut and d Hunila he will prverh at Mmy villa, morulugan evenluK TRY ONE OF- ED L. pJlTIiEY'S $10 SUITS For gentlemen, worth $20 for wear. Twelve cloth samples, fashion plate and meaBurement blank free. Postage, 6 cents. Ed L. Huntley & Co., Wholesale Gentile Tailors, 184 MADI80N STREET, CHICAGO, ILL. When ordering samples please mention Condon (Gilliam county, Or.) Globe. , D. CANTWELL. Lost :Valley; Saw '.'Mill. CANTWELL BROS., Proprietors. All Kinds of Surfactd lumber, Rustic, -All timbers 4x6 and largepliscounted 10 per-csnt. in number of feet. All lumber discounted 10 per Condon Livery SOUTH MAIM STREET, CONDON, OR. Charles Fix, Good horses for hire at reasonable rates. Special attention given rv transient Stock. Fat cattle for my meat market respectfully solicited. EXCHANGE P. SKELLY, KEEPS ON Fresh Beer, Wines, JEEBH WALLA WALLA STEAMED KEG BEER UPON I0E. A fine billiard parlor in connection, little amusement call around and see Pat, JjK. J. J. HOOAN, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Condon, Or. Office Oregon av next door to (JUibt ofDc. JjR. JOHN NICKLIN, Condon, Or. Office at residence of Major Lucas, Oregon avenue, I AY P. U'CAH, County Clerk, por.s all LiK or LAND AND NOTARY BUSINESS In a nat and careful manner. , 1EOK0B TATO.M, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, Condon, Or. Collections made and prompt returns given. JW. ilARUNO, Notary Public unci Conveyancer, Condon, Or. , CollcoMons made with dlratr:h. Konrsen's the 0rman-American and th Norlh e-t Kir and Mar ne Insman e Company. ,1011 RKI.IABLE pike inhdranck , APPLY TO TH Phoenix of Hartford." Cath A-ett, tr,,m,m IS, Herbert If sUtead, Agent, Condon, Or. QOSDON'-IX)NE ROCK DAILY HTAOE LINE. , I. M. llloenart, Proprietor. leaves Condon every morning (Sundays ex ceptl at t:.m o'cliM k, and a rives at Lone Rock at 12 M. via Matney and lost Valley. Fare, .00. Kound Trip, S3. SO. gg. ORIDER, H. M. H08S, 'CARPENTERS AND CONTRACTORS, Condon, Or. Alt kind of carpenter werk don with dis patch st the mo.t reasonable chaige. (ifllce On tiroet whtrever yon can find tbem. w A. GOODWIN, 'PAINTER AND PAPER-HANGER, Condon, Or. All kinds of painting and papering done at nionVra e rates. Olve me a chance. I)0TOPFICE VARIETY STORE, Loni Rocg, Or. J. U. OolT, Proprietor. Keeps always on hand Me llclnes, C'gars and Tobaccos. Sue Cand les, 8chool Hupplle., To let Articles. 8tatlnnery. Harps and Toys, and every, thing else usually found In a country variety st'nt. Kvery III 11 I baiulle I flrst-class. aud my prt w arc the lowest, tilve m a trial. Y J. WALKER, CONTRAOTOR AND BUILDER, Condon, Or. I have learned this business thnroeghly. and m ptpared to do all kinds of woik In this line tt Hiodvrat rates. Try me. A. CANTWELL. Celling and Flooring Always on Hand. cent, for cash. and Feed Stable, Proprietor. taken on accounts. Your trade is 7 SALOON. Proprietor, IIAJiD Liquors and Cigars. When you feel like having He will treat you well. PURELY PERSONAL Queen of England Confers the Order of the Bath Upon the Khedive of Egypt Natalie. Sir Henry Ponsonby, Victoria's private secretary, gets tlo,000 a year ana house rent free. According to Mine. Patti's maid the fierlutneof violets causes a hoarseness n the si niter's throat. . Dr. Park-burst aays that in "this great Republic the sovereignty is with the cit izens and it never passes from them." Alphonse Daudet's next volume will deal with gypsies. The author has been fathering material for this book for many years. The Earl of Berkeley, who took his sent in the House of Peers last week, is the first of his family to sit in the Lords since 1810. There had been a dispute over the title. Ceha Tbazter, the poeteFS, is a tall, handsome woman of 67, whose snow white bair ripples above a dark face and brilliant but dark eyes. She spends every summer at the Isle of Shoals. Ex-Queen Natalie has dramatized her matrimonial experiences. Further ad vices from Europe are anxiously awaited to learn whether she has written a trag edy, a comedy, a farce or an opera bouffe. Queen Victoria has conferred the Or der of the Bath upon the Khedive of Egvpt. She should reserve a lot of those orders for the expected visit of the Sul tan and his suite and lay in extra supply of soap and towels. JOHN R. CLARK. GENERAL CARPENTERING, Condon, Or. All kind of carpenter work done with neat ness aud dispatch and at verv moderate ratts. RLISUTON-rOSSIL DAILY STAGE USE. B. A. Nelson, Proprietor, rsas raoM aaLiHUTON to Fossil tti 00 Return, $10 00 Myv lie... 6 01 Ke urn. 9 00 Condou 4 00 Return, 7 fcO Clem 8 00 Return, t 00 Olea 'i 00 Retnrn, 3 00 Lave Arlliig'ou everr morulnf (Hundiv ex cepted' at 6:30 oYI wk. Is dae at Condon at 3 r. , ana arrives ai rorsu ai i r. m. BENNETTS DEPOT V. HOTEL, ARLINGTON, OR. Headquarters for T. P. A. H. W. Adjfiinlnc th depot.lt Is v ry convenient (or passenger trotn me Daci country wno have to leave by night trains. Hitr u ird DeuUeh getprochen. On park tiancati. No Chinese. Meet all train. J. W. BENNKTT, Proprietor. Tha CeULratedFrencIj Cure, Wto"APHRODITINE" S2 Is Bold o a POSITIVE C-ARANTCS tocure any form of nervous dlseato or any aisordcrol the generative or gans oi eiuierscx, framthAMreulvA RFFnrtF ccool fiiimuhtnrji. AFTm - Tobacco orOplum.or throonh youthful inilisere. tlon, over lnJur-i-uco,to., such as Loss ol Drala fowcr, WaUcfmnctj, tearing down Fains In tin back, Hemluttl Weauner,liyiU:r!a, Ncnous Pros tration, Norturntl llniirdons, 1 c :corrhra, Dlz tlncs,wcak IJcmnry, Ixf jof l'ovrcrand lmro toncy, whli hilnoslcctedoften IcaJto tirematurs eld e-re and insanity, price 91X0 box, 6 boxes lorl.voa Pentbynailonrccclptof price- A TVItITa.CN CiCA RANTER 1 Riven for every liCOoracrrerclvod, to refund the money it l'ermanen c :ro Is not effected. We bava thounantlsof testimonial (rorae'd and younir, pf both exe,whohare been permanenUycnrcd bytheusaotAphrodittue, Circular tree. Address THE APHRO MEDICINE CO. Western Branch, ox Z7. ros.TLi.si. Oa. roa SALK BY I.. W. DARLING CO., Condon, Or. Fitir's Golden Feinala Pills Relieve Suppressed Menstruation. uea ecoesstullv bv thoas- and ol prominent la dle nioiUAfy. Thor oughly reliable and aate. Worth twenty limes their weight in told for ftmalt irrejh ularitia. Never known to fall. Sent by mall sealed for Sit. Address Tba.lpbro Mtdlclnt COMPANY, Western Branch, ; Box t7. : Portland, Oregon FOB SALS BY L. W. DARLING CO., Condon, Or. Our Wonderful Kehedies. Dr. Grant's Oyrup of Wild Crape Root. The great blood purifier and system tonic Purely vegetable, and is the product of Oregon soil. Retail price, $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 the cure of diseases and complaint, peculiar to females. Sold under a positive guarantee. Retail price, $t. '. ' Dr. Grant's Cloalo. The great dyspepsia conqueror: .11 !i. L! J .1 !l A- ir an us Kinarea aumenis. juvery ooiut. sum uuuer tt potuiive guar antee to effect a cure or money refunded. ; Retail price, $1. Manufactured by O. W. R. CO., Portland, Or. For Gale by L. 7. Darling & C-, Condon, Or. OCCIDENTAL MELANGE Situation in the Coeur d'Alene Mines Unsettled. IDAHO AND NEVADA RIVERS HIGH. Small-Sized Mexican Revolution Said to he Hatching In the Neighbor ' hood of Nogales. The Carson river is booming. : The Sacramento river is falling slowly. The Boise river in Idaho is very high. Truckee, Cal., is working for a high school. Los Angeles is systematically worked by burglars. Vegetable trains from Southern Cali fornia to Chicago are projected. Numbers of prospectors are following the McCook exploring party into the Navajo country. The situation in the Coeur d'Alene country is still unsettled. The mines are closed, and thousands of men are idle. It is stated at Nogales, A. T., that a small-sized Mexican revolution is being hatched in that neighborhood. Horse stealing on a large scale is said to be one of the indications. The Southern Pacific Company by the decision of a referee will now be com pelled to accept the freight schedule adopted by the Oregon Board of Rail road Commissioners. Southern Pacific surveyors are work ing their way easterly from Copperopolis, Cal. It is believed that this ts an effort to secure the Big Tree route and bead off the Salt Lake railroad. The crop outlook in the Salt River Valley in Arizona is good, and the prices expected to be realized are satisfactory to the farmers. The alfalfa crop is one half larger than !as,t year's. It is confidently stated by those who have studied the matter that in three years the production in prunes and rai sins in California will be enouah to sup ply America and preclude importations altogether. Mrs. Sarah Althea Terry is growing worse mentally. Phyeicaily her condi tion is improved. She talks to herself, and sings a great deal, and is careless about her appearance. She is not vio lent, but noisy, and is permitted liberty in the acylum grounds at Stockton with other patients. Evidence is accumulating that the AI gadonss grant, which embraces the choicest lands along the Colorado river below Yuma, is a forgery, and the pros pect that the land will before long be thrown open to settlement is causing would be locators to prepare for the rush. A highbinders' war broke out at Sac ramento the other night, and the pistol shots sounded like a rattle of musketry. A Dapsinn electric car was in the line of the bullets, and was quickly vacated by passengers and abandoned by the con ductor and motor man. Two dead Chi namen and a wounded one were found after the battle. The fact is stated at Fresno that anew route for a flume has been surveyed to the timber region on the headwaters of the San Joaquin. The terminus of the new flume will be at Pcllasky on the line of the Mountain railroad at the rapids in the river. It is said extensive mills and factories are planned for that place, to be run by water power. The flume is to be forty-five miles long. A report from Phosnix, A. T., states that 300 men have been put to work on the Wolfley canal, and it will be com pleted as soon as possible. It will be 76 miles in length and the largest irri gating canal in America, opening to cul tivation 300,000 acres of desert lands. The water will be supplied from a dam in the Gila river, and for miles the canal will run in the bed of the old Aztec ca nal, to much written of. - General Manager -E.- Lyons of-the Northern Terminal Company baa had funds placed at his command and been ordered to go ahead with a twenty-stall roundhouse and a freighthouse 8J0 feet long for the Northern Pacific on the ter minal grounds at Portland, Or. The Bowers dredger is filling the lake for these grounds at a rapid rate, and work on the grand union passenger station, the finest west of Chicago, will be re sumed in a short time. will positively cure dvspepsia and li.il . V Jl J " iiJ ' CONGRESSIONAL MATTERS. Wilson Makes a Speech Against Cutting Down the Appropriations for Postoffice Facilities. A joint resolution has been passed au thorizing and direct ng the President to proclaim a -general holiday commemor ating the 400th anniversary of the dis covery of America on October 12, 1892. James E. Young has been acquitted by the corps of Washington correspond ents of the charge upon which the Sen ate dismissed him from the position of executive clerk. Young's removal from office carried with it the imputation he had communicated to newspaper corre spondents information about the trans actions of the Senate while in executive session. Attorney F. A. Orr of 8arJ Francisco was at the State Department recently, and had an audience with Solicitor Part ridge in regard to the claims of the sail ors of the cruiser Baltimore against the Chilian government for damages by the assault upon them in Valparaiso last October. He was informed the claims bad been brought to the attention of the Chilian government by United States Minister Egan. The claims number thirty-eight, and amount to more than 2,000,000. A bulletin just issued by the census bureau shows the assessed valuation of all property in the United States in 1890. except the railroad property, increased from $18,902,993,543 in 1880 to $24,651, 65?,565 in 1H90, an increase during the decade of $7,718,591,922 or 45.84 percent. Should the same relations be found to exist between the assessed valuation in 1860 and the valuation as it existed in 1890 the absolute wealth of the United States may be estimated at $64,648,000.- 000 or more than $1,000 per capita, as against $514 in 1860, $780 in 1870 and $870 in 1880. Representative Hermann has been before the Committee on Public Lands regarding hia resolution of in quiry as to the action of the Interior Department in rejecting various contests in swamp-land claims in Eastern Oregon . which bad been previously authorized by the department, and at Mr. Her mann's request final approval of selec j tions baa been suspended until the rieht of settlers to continue their contests shall be inquired into by Congress or al lowed by the department. These lands are chiefly in the Harney Valley land district. Mr. Hermann is receiving a large number ot petitions irom people settled on the lands, who ask for the right of a bearing in the land office. Representative Wilson, who is a mem ber of the Committee on Postoffices and Post Roads, made a strong speech againat the arbitrary cutting down of the appro priations for postoflice facilities, and by abundant statistics showed how the serv ice would surely be cr in Died unless the government increased the amount appro priated to a reasonable figure. Wilson has had an opportunity to see how lac It i of funds in the Postoffice Department has prevented the development of the mail facilities in his State, and his talk j was in the direction of securing better facilities and larger distribution of mail routes throughout the West and so bring the mail services in this rapidly develop ing country up uj pomeming nae wuai is afforded in the East. But all the talk a man might do in this Congress in that line would be of no avail, as parsimony is the watchword of the hour. Representative Hermann has been en deavoring to hasten the work of opening the Hiiets Indian reservation to settle ment. Officers of the department stated recently the allotments will be completed soon, not later than this summer, when negotiations will at once commence for the release of the surplus lands to set tlement. This reservation contains 225,- 000 acres, and there are about 560 Indi ans to whom allotments are being made, in addition to which the btate becomes entitled to about twenty-two Bchool sec tions. There will remain a surplus of about 162,4 )0 acres for settlers. Mr. Hermann stated to the Secretary that this surplus is capable of sustaining a large body of people, and that many of his constituents are anxious for the early adjustment of allotments and the subse quent proceedings that people seeking homes in his State may have this further opportunity to acquire them. - It is officially stated acceptance has been received by the United States gov ernment from eight countries of Europe of the invitation to participate in the bimetallic conference. The countries having accepted are England, Italy, Ger many. France. Austria, the Netherlands. Spain ana rortugai. ine conierence will probably be held in Brussels. The members of the conference who will rep resent the United States are said to be Judge Lambert Tree of Chicago; Henry W. Cannon, President ot the Uhaae .Na tional Bank of New York, formerly Comptroller of Currency, and Senator Jones of Nevada. Judge Tree was a member of the former international monetary conference. Cannon is a well- BIIUHU UUBUUVt i nuv u., unu V 1,., ence not only as head of one of the larg est banks of the country, but also as the official head of the national banking sys tem of the united Mates, (senator Jones is one of the best posted authorities on bimetallism in the country and a pro nounced free-silver man. He has studied the silver Question from the days when he swung a pick as a pioneer silver miner in Nevada down to tne present time, when his Senatorial associates accord him a foremost place as an authority on silver. Senator Jones' speech on free silver in the Fifty-first Congress is re garded as one of the moat valuable expo sitions of the silver question from a free coinage standpoint in recent rears, judge Tree being a Democrat, the dele oatinn recotrnixes both political tmrties. and of the two Republicans Mr. Cannon renresenta the gold sentiment of the East, while Jones, of caurse, represents the silver sentiment of the West and Southwest. BEYOND THE ROCKIES Remarkable Growth of the City of Roanoke, Virginia. THE INCREASE OF NATIONAL BANKS. American Dress Reformers Preparing to Renew Their Crusade Flood Losses Other News. The corn and cotton crops of Tennes see are in fine condition. The flood losses between Memnhia and Cairo are estimated as high as $6,000,000. Only $46,000 of the $350,000 needed to build Grant's tomb remain yet to be raised. The town of Roanoke. Va.. has crown in ten years from a population of 600 to oneof 23,000. The American dress reformers are pre paring to renew their crusade at Chau tauqua this year. Within the past few weeks seals and Arctic loons have been caught off the Connecticut coast. Prospectors for oil in the netrnfanni district of Tennessee and Kentucky are getting to be numerous. Within a year Southern mob have lynched 150 negroes by hanging, burned 7, flayed 1 and disjointed 1. William Lewis Corrizan. a brother of Archbishop Corrigan, is a prisoner in tne insane pavilion at Bellevue Hospital. Governor Flower has signed New York's new factory law, limiting the work of factory girls to ten hours a day. The New York City Water Commis sion will build an $.'VH),000 dam. It will hold 40,000,0 (,h gallons of water. The probable shortage of the Western wheat crop is averaged by various esti mates at 40,000.000 to 50,000,000 bushels. The silver service subscribed for the cruieer Baltimore by the citizens of Bal timore nas been dispatched to Mare Island. So much grain has recently been com ing down for expoit from Montreal that the transportation companies are nnable to handle it. Maine is a favorite State for meetings. During eighty days this summer it is to have nearly seventy important conven tions of various kinds. Kansas City is to have another mam moth packing house, built by the Ar mours, that wilt make it the largest meat-packing city in the world. France and Germany have notified the government at Washington that tbey will join the international silver confer ence. This assures the assembling. Suit has been brought at St. Paul for city property worth nearly $4,00,000. The action is instituted in behalf of the children of a soldier named Ueinert. Governor Hogg of Texas called Charles T. Bonner, a lawyer, in a campaign speech a "professional lawyer," and now Bonner wants $50,000 lor defamation of character. The weather philosopher of the New York Herald figures out great summer and autnmn tropical storms, with un usual warmth meanwhile over the north ern continents. Congressman Dockerv estimates that the receipts of the Columbian Exposi tion will be $36,000,000. That means 72,000,000 admissions and not less than 20,000,000 visitors. During the twelve months ending with last April 176 new national banks were added to the number previously in ex istence, and they increased the total capital by $17,130,000. A colored paper in Boston says ne groes are being taught the art of making dynamite bombs to be used in the South unless tne outrages against their race in that section come to an end. A Bpecial meeting of the stockholders of the Edison Electric Illuminating Com pany of New York was held May 31 to take action on a proposition to increase the capital stock of the company from $4,600,000 to $6,500,000. " Bob Fioyd. one of the fonr train rob bers who killed Messenger Saunders at Jennings station, Fla., is in jail at Gainesville, and has confessed hia crime and given all the facts in the case. The Mayor of Jackson. Mich., pre vented bodies of railroad men from tear ing up a walk in order to lay a track by calling out the fire department and drenching the workmen with water. A large white circle around the Bun frightened the negroes of Jackson, Miss., so badly one day week before last that they rushed from their houses and de clared that the judgment day was com ing. Senator Rutan of Pittsburgh, Pa., pro poses to institute legal proceedings against Senator Quay, ex-State Treasurer Beyer and Treasurer Morrison for viola tion of the law and illegal use of State fands. Cigarette slot machines are being in troduced in Ontario in order to evade the law prohibiting the sale of cigarettes to boys under 14. A card above the ma- came warns uuvb not to urop tneir money in. Memorial-day celebration at New Or leans waa in the hands of the colored posts of the Grand Army of the Repub lic. White people held services at the churches on Sunday, but refused to go to the National cemetery ; and Confed- , - , ' 1. U , 1 t , erate veieru-a, suti uave preeenteu uorai offerings in- the past, refused to do so this year, declining to have anything to do with negroes, who in consequence monopolised tht celebration.