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VOL. 2. CONDON, GILLIAM CO., OREGON, FRIDAY. JULY 8, 1892. NO. 16.
THE OFFICIAL AND LEADING PAPER
' OF GILLIAM COUNTY.
Knternl at the Poitoffle at Condon, Oregon, ai
ecunl-clan mail matter. jv
OFFICIAL DIllKCTOKf .
United Stat... '
President Bkhjamim Harrison
Vll! IWIlll'Ilt Utvi . Moktom
Henrctsry ef mate '....
Hwretary of Treasury Cil ah. Kontkk
Hourelary ot Interior J. W. Nohi.b
Secretary of War ., HrKi'HKM u. Ki.kinb
Hairtaiy of Navy B. K Tracy
Foul master-General Jo H M Wanamakrr
Attorney-Heaoral., .....W 11. H. Mn.i.ita
Secretary ol Agrleulture .. .Jshkmiam Kusa
State of Oregon.
flovernor 8. Pkkwoykr
Hwiretsrrol Htate ,.... W. Mi.'Hnifia
TruMMrer FHll. Mktkoiian
Alt ruey.(ieiiernl Mao. K Oiiambrri.aim
: Hupt. ol Public Iustrno.lon K. H, McKlkoy
a-,,.,.,,, J. H. MlTlillKM.
Banators........... N i)(,.PH.
Congressmen..; - .... '.. jw,'""
Printer Fra m k O. II a k k h
(K, A. MiM-KI
Supreme Jttlges W. P I-okd.
K. 6. f'lUK.
Seventh Judicial District. ,
Joint Senator ..W. W. Srw aa
Circuit Judge ...W. I.. Hhahhiiaw
1'roseoutlug Attorney W. 11. Wilhom
Rtuiresentatlve I.. J. OooriHif ii
Judge , W. J, Marimrr
Commissioners. ....... ) Jk
Clerk m . ..v....Jay P. Lucas
BherlfT. , W. 1. Wilcox
Tn-Murer Hkrbkrt Halstrau
ASH6SMir.it. ......VL WIIRKI.KR
Surveyor ... ,., I.na Htrwa rt
School Huperlntoadent...,., Mioikn Parrrr
Coroner ., )R Joiik Nicklih
Stock lnswtor , Akitz Punna
Joatlces of the l'eare. -
' Arlington... W. O. Ziiiii.ua
'al"M'k ..), Parhikh
& IWkCre.k H. U. Hank all
Tioniloii ; ..J. K.Clark
Kerry Canyon. P. K. Canon
Lulltt KiX'fc., M O. ('LARKS
Mayvll e ('. i. QiiiNN
Komi I Mam Donaldson
Howe Creek .. .,...,...Z. J. Haktir
Crown Kock ..... L H. Hai r
Trail Fork T. K. Barton
Union Paelfle Hallway Time Card.
Trains arrive and leave Arllogtoa as follows:
Train No. J, fast mall, 'eaves Arlington dally
It 2:1ft A. U.
So. ., Atlaatloeipress, leaves Arlington dally
at 8:87 r. m.
Train No. 1, last mall, leaves Arlington dally
at 13 40 A. N.
No. 7. Atlautlo ei press, leaves Arlington daily
HirrXKR BRANCH TRAINS.
Train No. 31 arrives from Heppner dally, oa
Ci'pt HiimUy. atll:M) A. M.
No. XI li-eves lor lluppner dally, except Ban
day, stS:47 p. M.
Tbreugh tickets sold and bsggsge checked
through to all points in the L'uliwl mates and
8. COLLINS, Ticket Agent,
": " '"" Arlington, Or.
AF. A A. H.-MT. MORIAH LODCE. No. M
, Htated comrawnlratliius on nrst 8tarflay
evenings after first Mondays ol tech month. Ho
ioirnliig breibreo In good sland'ng are cordially
Invited to attend. P. F. CA)N, W. M.
Hbrbrrt Halstbad, Secretary.
ED Ii. fflTIiEY'S $10 SUITS
For gentlemen, worth $20 for wear. Twelve cloth samples, fashion plate
and measurement blank free. Postage, 6 cents. .
Ed h. Hartley & Co., Wholesale Gentile Tailors,
184 MADISON 8TREET, CHICACO, ILL.
When ordering samples please mention this paper.
tost ' Valley 'Saw Mill.
CANTWELL BR08., Proprietors.
Ill Kinds of Surfaced Lumber, Rustic,
All timbers 4x6 and larger discounted 10 per cent, in number of
feet. All lumber discounted IU per
SOUTH MAIN STREET, .C0JD0N, OR.
Good horfljea for hire at reasonable rates. Special attention given
to transient stock. "
Fat cattle for my meat market
-;m EXCHANGE V SALOON.
P. SKELLY, Proprietor,
, -KEEPS OH HAND '.
Fresh Beer, Wines,
. 1 PRESS WALLA WALLA STEAMED KEG BEER. UPON 102.
A fine billiard parlor in connection. When you feel like having a
littla amusement call around and
Jjtt. J. J. UOOAN,
PHYSICIAN AND 8URGEON,
''.'"'. Condon, Or.
Office Oregon are., next door to OUtbt office.
JjB. JOHN NICKUN,
Office at residence ol Colonel Lucas, Oregon
J AY P. LUCAS, County Cloik,
DOBS ALL LINBS Of
LAND AND NOTARY BUSINESS
In a nrat and careful manner.
VV. DABLINO, -
Notary Public and Conveyancer,
Collections made with dispatch.
Represents the (inrinan-Amerlcan and the
Northwest Fire and Marine Insurance Company.
jOK RELIABLE FIRE IN8CRANCK
AfFLT TO TUB
" Phoenix of Hartford."
Herbert Halstead, Agent, Condon, Or,
PAINT6R AND PAPER-HANGER,
All kinds of painting and papering dona at
moderate rates. Give me a chance.
)08TOFFICK VARIETY STORE,
Lonb Rock, Ob.
J. B. OofT, Proprietor.
Keeps always on hand Mellclnes, CVgars and
Tobaccos, One Candles, Bcbocil Hupplles, Toilet
Articles. Htatlonery, Harps aud Toys, and every
thing else usually found in a country variety
everything I handle Is flrstclass. aud my
prlues are the lowest. Hive me a trial.
. CONTRAOTOR AND BUILDER,
1 have learned this baslness thoroughly, and
am prepared to do all kinds of work in this line
at modorate rates. Try ma.
JOHN R. CLARK,
! Condon, Or.
All kinds of ear pee tor work done with neate
ness aud dlspairh and at very moderate rat.
RLINUTON-FOsUIL DAILY STAGE UNt.
B. A. Nlsoa, Proprietor.
rsBB PBOM ABUNOTON TO:
Fossil 6 00 ..............Rtarn, 10 00
Myv lie. 6 00 Ke'ern, 00
Condon 4 00 Return, 1 M
Clem 8 00......... Ketarn, . 00
Olex 3 00 Return, S 00
leaves Arlington every morning (Hunday ex
ptedi at 30 o'clock. Is das at Condon at 3 r.
si., and arrives at Fossil at 7 r. . f
. A. CANTWELL.
Cellini; and Flooring llwayi on End.
cent, for cash.
and Feed Stable,
taken on accounts. (Your trade is
Liquors and Cigars.
sm rat. He will trsat you wall.
Yale University About to Add a Course
in Psychology to Its Clrriculum
and Fix Up Laboratory.
Dickinson College last week graduated
class of twenty students.
fiwltznrlund annnda nn aAnnaWnn anm
one-third larger than it spends upon its
Edinbnreh Unlversitv la onn of tt
chief medical canters in the world. It
was founded in 1582.
Tho nt-PSfrihl pjmriut nf molinal In.
slruction in the Mexican National Uni
versity is seven years.
As now constituted. theOMirAun Rnnrd
of Education contains two ladies Mrs.
Flower and Miss Burt.
The elementary school statistics of
Uunirftry are thus reported : In 1892
2.015.612 children attended school, while
in 189 only 1,152.115.
The oldest and iareest medical school
in America is that of the University of
Pennsylvania. It was founded in 1705,
and has graduated 10,458 men.
More than 1.400 ttirls anoHed for ad
mission to the New York Normal College
this year. The results of the examina
tions will be announced in a few days.
Seventy-seven of the 106 counties of
Kansas are represented at the Agricult
ural Collcire this year. There are also
students from fourteen other States be
Yale University is about to add a
course in psychology to its curriculum,
ana win nx np a laooratory lor ttte pur
pose of experimenting upon and meas
uring mental processes.
Chicago is to have a new medical col
lege. It will be called the Clinical Col
lege of Medicine and Specialty Hospital.
Ground has been secured, and it is ex
pected that by next year the institution
will be opened to receive students.
Thirty years ago there was not a school
in all the Southern States for colored
people, and of the 4,000,000 slaves set at
liberty only seven and one-half in each
thousand could read. To-day not less
than 2,250,000 colored people In the
Southern States can read.
DEPOT 7 HOTEL,
Headquarters for T. P. A. N. W.
Adjoining the depot, it Is v ry convenient (or
peseat;ers rrom ine Daft eonnrry who
have to leave by night tralua.
Hitr vird Dtutich gttprochtn. On pari
No Chinese. Meets all trains.
J. W. BENNETT, Proprietor.
Warranted JIDUPnniTIMP' OMnonet
to cure siiiws s refunded,
IS Bold o a
to cure anr form
or any disorder of
the generative or-
f mm t h e . tcph i v a
EEF0RF ' tcool Btlmulanu. AFTFH
iioD.oTfr inuuif-ctco, Oi(? .sucnas ijossol Brain
fower, Wslicfulncm.lloariiiRdown fains In tl:e
back, .SernlQalWraknra, listeria, Nervous Pros.
Irstion, Nocturnal Kmlnions, Leicorrbra, Dlr
iluea, weak Hcmory, Loraot l ower and Impo
tency, wh lh It neKlectel often lead to prematura
o'.d aire and insanity. Price 11.00 a box, o boxes
loriiO. fpnthyinallonrcrelvtof price
A WRITaEN ti VA Ii AN T E R Is elven fov
very I.IOOorderrecclVfd, to refund the money II
ivruiMrnt vuro J3 iiui. cuecipq, vta Dave
thoanandsol testimonials front old and roust;,
el both seies.whohave been permanently cured
ly the use of Apbrodltlna. Circular tree. Address
THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
Wesuru Branch. UoxS7.roBTLUis.Oa.
FOB S4LI BY
L. W. DARLING CO., Condon, Or.
Fatsfs Golden Female Fills
aaccesstully by thoas
auds of prominent la
dles mentAIy. Tho
ohly reliable and
safe. Worth twenty
times their weight in
told for male irreo-
uiaritui. Never known
Bent by mall aaaled
The Aphro Eidlelai
Vox S7. rortland, Ore(oav
FOR SAL BY
l,, W. DARLINO CO., Conjdon, Or.
Our Wonderful Kekiedies.
Dr. Grant's CvruD of Wild Crape Root.
The great blood purifier and
is the product of Oregon boiI. 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
peculiar to females. Bold
price, $1. -
Dr. Grant's Cloalo.
The. great dyspepsia conqueror;
aii its ainurea aliments. .Eivery uoiue bwiu uuusr o pucunvo guar'
antee to effect a cure or money refunded. Ketau price, f 1.
Manufactured by O. W. R. CO., Portland, Or.
For Sale by L. 7. Darling & Co., Condon. Or.
An Arizona Town Exercised Over
a Mysterious Murder.
BOOM IN ARIZONA BUILDING STONE
Kid, the Apache, Incurs the Enmity of His
. ') Race The Southern Cal.fornla
n Orange Groves.
Arizona has a boom la building stone.
Grain is looking well all over Cali
fornia. The weather last week in Arizona was
the coldest for fifteen years.
An organized band of cattle thieves
has been discovered in Southern Arizona.
See, the Tonto Basin (A. T.) wife mar
deter, has made his escape into Mexico.
Arizona's new gold diggings at Treas
ure Gulch are attracting large numbers
The bodies of two horse thieves have
been fonnd hanging to a tree near Cala
besas, north of Nogales.
The papers are ready at Phoenix, A.
T.. for the transfer of the Big Bonanza
mine to a Boston syndicate for $900,000.
The streams in and about Elko and
Battle Mountain, Nev., have been fur
nished with 60,000 Vermont brook trout.
A Chinese interpreter, Ah Tie, has
been arrested at Sacramento and charged
with forging City Attorney Hart's name.
There is no improvement in the salmon
outlook. Packers are generally inclined
to take a gloomy view of the situation.
It has been discovered that more than
half tbe prisoners in the Idaho peniten
tiary are insane to a greater or lees ex
tent. The planting of lobster eras in Mon
terey Bay. has proved to be successful.
The young lobsters are making their ap
An application for a receiver for the
PhtBnix (A. T.) Electric Light Company
has been denied by Chief-Justice Good
ing of Arizona.
Kid. the Apache, has incurred the en
mity of his race, and there is a chance
that the United States government wiU
capture the outlaw.
Last winter's blow has proven a bless
ing to tbe orange groves in Southern
California. They are much cleaner and
brighter than betore.
The Adams has seized the steamer
Jennie and the schooners Lottie and
Kodiae for killing otter in Behring Sea.
The vessels were sent to Sitka.
Feeble and diseased Mexicans are call-
Ihm jn Cainf TfifAaa TTia eat 3s(va1aii
and claim to have been greatly relieved
through ber miraculous healing power.
TvaIva Waahoe and Pint Indiana left
Carson the other night for San Francisco
to take part in Carver's border drama.
They were gorgeously painted before
The Governor ot uauforma wants more
facts in regard to the complaints of busi
ness beinn clogged for the want of extra
deputies, and has asked the Boards of
Supervisors for them.
The wife of Mr. Jtlanlev, formerly a
memoer of the Nevada Legislature and
well known all over the Uoast, killed
herself at bait Lake by taking poison.
Insanity was the cause.
Tempe. A. T., is much exercised over
the mysterious murder of Ed Radcliffe,
whose body was found on the floor of a
dancing hall. The Coroner's jury said
that Kadcliie's death was trom natural
causes, and the body was buried, but the
citizens were suspicious. Ihey bad tbe
body exhumed, ana an examination
showed Radcliffe had received wounds
in the head, which had produced death.
John Thomas, once a wealthy farmer
of Ada county, Idaho, has informed tbe
Assessor that he should hereafter refuse
to oav taxes on his ranch. Every win
ter for the past four or five years Boise
river has played great pranks with Mr,
Thomas' land, and now he has but
twenty acres left from a whole half sec
E. A. Korn, chief engineer, and T. C.
Fitzgerald, ' assistant engineer of the
steamer Ell wood, running between Port
land and Salem, have been arrested on
the charge of loading a safety valve so
as to increase the pressure on the boiler
to thirty pounds above wbat is allowed
by the inspector's certificate. This was
done on the occasion of a race between
the Ell wood and the steamer Uogue.
Ihe prisoners waived examination, and
cave bonds for their appearance to an
swer to the charge. The penalty is a
tine ot foOO and not more than Hve years'
system tonic. Purely vegetable, and
the cure of diseases and complaints
under a positive guarantee. Ketai
will positively cure dyspepsia and
Mr. Gladstone the Only Surviving Mem
ber of the Peel Administration
Jules Simon's Views.
Prof. Swift thinks that his new comet
was 8,000,000 years getting here.
Chief-Justice Fuller has accepted an
invitation to deliver tbe annual address
this fall before the Law Academy of Phil
adelphia. Senator Rltu-lrVmrn And rf fha taa1.
iest of Congressional speakers, and can
reel off pretty thoughts and smart Ideas
y mo iiuur.
Jav Onn 1(1 rnrrioa In htm nnra 1rt.wn
piece which he declares was at one time
all that stood between him and a dead
The JaDaneae Minister la WenVn'ntrtnn
wears in his tnrhan a msmifintnt nnl
almost as big as a pigeon's egg, set in a
frame of sparkling diamonds.
Jules Simon, one of the clearest-headed
statesmen in Europe, thus views the sit-
natinn over lhnr : "Psaa Karri n ac
cidents. But accidents happen so easily."
M. Lavisse, the newly-elected member
the French Acattamv. ia a rit nn
historical subjects and the first out-and-out
Republican yet raised to the honor
ft mnmtiA.l.!H tn ...... .1
. uinuiuctDUip IU IUQ WUeUlV,
Lientanant fluvendiuli nnnhav nf h
Duke of Devonshire, will have a lovely
Dnae in Lady bvelyn, the eldest daugh
ter of the Marquis of Lansdowne, to
whom he will be married on July 25.
flip. Arlllfl.t.inns.l OvMVlit frnm Wianm.
sin at the World's Fair, it is estimated,
will rennirA fl 00(1 inniiri foot nf on.na
and application for that amount has
fionth Daknti will ha tvatKlsMv nnn.
sented at the exposition, having now
$22,000 in sight with which to prepare
its exhibit. The money has been raised
St. John is still in front of the Prohi
bition party, but does not seem to make
as much progress with it as if he had it
on a street car which had a habit of run
ning oil the tracks.
Governor Foraker's vouneeet eon baa
been christened Arthur St. Clair after
the first Governor of Ohio. Governor
St. Clair was a eallant but bluff old sol.
dier of the Revolution.
Kate Field believes that the moral and
temperate saloon system advocated by
I? r- t -: r 1 1 1 . -
provement upon the hard-drinkine bar
trade as now countenanced.
E. Burd Grubb. American Minister to
Spain, has arranged the American Com
mission to assist the Spanish Commis
sion having in charge the Columbian
celebration that is to be held in Spain.
A large space is reserved for American
Messenger Stoddard of the Massachu
setts State House does not exactly own
tbe building; but, as he has been in
service in the place for fifty-two years,
ne leeis that ne has an extra claim upon
it. The old gentleman ia 77 years old.
Mr. Gladstone is the only surviving
member of the Peel administration. He
served as Under Secretory of State for
tne colonies in l&io. JNo American states
man now living was in active public life
when Mr. Gladstone bad already taken
a prominent position in affairs.
THE CHICAGO EXPOSITION.
The Progress of Ship-Building From the
Earliest Times Up to the Pres
ent to be Shown.
The ethnological exhibit at the World's
Fair will include many curios from the
Tourist airents in London have con
tracted to bring large parties to this
country next summer to visit tne Chi
cago World's Fair.
The progress of ship-building from
earliest times up to the present will be
shown by a very extensive exhibit.
which will be made by Laird Broe., the
big fengiisn ship-building firm at Birken
head. The firm's exhibit of like char
acter at the recent English naval exhi
bition attracted a great deal of attention.
The United States patent office will
exhibit at the World's Fair as complete
a collection as possible of the models ol
ail the important American patented in
ventions, with a view of showing tbe
great advance in the several arts, which
ia due in no email degree to the encour
agement and protection afforded by the
Miss Gassatt and Mrs. McMonniea.
both American artists now at work in
Paris, have been commissioned by Mrs.
fotter rainier to ao the greater part of
the decorating work on the interior of
the woman's building at the World's
Fair. Both women by their work v have
won favorable recognition in Paris art
From California is to be exhibited at
the World's Fair one of the famed huge
redwood trees or wguoia giganlta. The
one selected is 300 feet high and more
than thirty feet in diameter at the base.
A special! constructed train will be nec
essary to carry the monster across the
continent. It is the intention to hollow
the base into booths, in which will be
sold California wines, fruits and curios
ities made of polished redwood.
A number of the far-famed Kerry cows
are to be taken from Ireland to Chicago
at the time of the World's Fair for the
purpose of presenting to the admiring
gaze of visitors the spectacle of real
Irish milkmaids and buttermakers
pretty ones, of course pursuing their
vocation. , At the Irish industrial vil
lage, too, which will be one of tbe inter
esting features of the fair, will be seen
native Donegal peasant girls spinning
wool in genuine IriBh cottages and dye
ing it in the historic potato pot on a real
BEYOND THE ROCKIES.
The Gambling Spirit Pervades
New, Orleans, La.
NUMBER OF DIVORCES GRANTED.
The International Typographical Union ia
Session at Philadelphia Repeals
the 59-Hour Law.
Mississippi is threatened with a plague
The negro population of the South Is
A mountain of red paint has been dis
covered near Denver.
Michigan crop reports indicate a bis
yield of grain and fruits.
Judge Tourgee predicts a massacre by
negroes in the next ten years.
Newfoundland is reioicinsr over the
catching of 400,000 seals by her fleet this
Arrangements have been made for the
electrical illumination of Niagara Falls
One hundred bodies are now known to
have been stolen from the cemetery at
The general deficiency bill provides no
money for the payment of oond-aided
It is said that there are really 1.000.-
000 more acres planted in corn in Kansas
this year than last.
A Michigan woman who was cured of
the morphine habit at a Keeley institute
Decame violently insane.
Suit is to be instituted for the land
upon which the cities of Dallas and Fort
Worth, Tex., are located.
The census returns show that in the
entire State of Virginia the surplus of
women is but thirty-nine.
The Cape Cod ship canal bilt was de
feated in the Massachusetts House last
week by a vote of 59 to 99.
Governor Filer's appeal for aid from
the citizens of Illinois for flood sufferers
has resulted in raising (11,000.
The International Typographical
Union repealed the 59-hour law by a
majority of one in forty-eight votes.
L. W. Habercorm has resigned as Fifth
Auditor of the Treasury. He will prac
tice law and write for the German papers.
Of the 428.000 divorces granted in the
United States during tbe last twenty
years 310,000 were granted at the re
quest of wives.
In consequence of the McKinlev bill
Johann Hon", the famous malt-extract
manufacturer at Berlin, ia about to open
a factory in New York.
Within three years 6.000 people have
lost their lives in Western Pennsylvania
because of weak dams originally con
structed in a slovenly manner.
During May the exports of breadstuffs
from the United States were $19,410,349.
against (12.330,231 in May, 1891 ; of pro
visions, siu,oui,ouz, against 7,lKW,Ulo in
The lady landlord of a Cincinnati ho
tel has demanded (100 damages on ac
count of a Texas banker committing
suicide in one of the rooms of her
The gambling spirit so thoroughly per
vades New Orleans that even the grand
jury is found recommending the passage
of a law under which gambling shall be
A. Nelson and James Taylor. Creek
Indians, have been sentenced to death
for stealing, the statutory lawa makincp
conviction for theft the third time pun-
lsnaoie witn aeatn.
Edward S. Dunn. Secretary and Treas
urer of the National Savings Bank of
Buffalo, is a defaulter for a heavy amount.
ne was a trusted omcer and a leading
financier of the city.
The New York Board of Health re
ports that there are five schoolhonees in
that city in which the only method of
ventilating the rooms is the primitive
one of opening the windows.
The total number of regular trains of
all classes in and out of Chicago daily
via all railroad lines is 1.300. Twenty-
eight railroad companies operate nearly
4U,uuu miles oi railroad lines that center
A statement is being circulated that
the vast lead and sine industries of Mis
souri, including several smelters at 8t.
Louis and in Southwestern Missouri, are
about to pass under control of foreign
The good people of Philadelphia are
seriously disturbed. The use of soft coal
by the locomotives of the Pennsylvania
railroad is filling the air with soot and
smutting the famous purity of the town
Lotta Crabtree was defeated in a suit
in the Superior Court at Boston recently
by May Robinson, who obtained a ver
dict for (500. The suit was for (4.000
for injuries sustained while passing the
Park Theater, which Lotta owns.
Considerable excitement was occa
sioned at Homestead, Pittsburg, by the
announcement that Manager Potter of
Carnegie's plant had signed a three
years' agreement with all skilled labor
except members of the Amalgamated
Association at the present wages.
The run of shad in the Hudson river
has been growing less and less for sev
eral years. The United States Fish Com
mission, fearing an eventful famine, has
lust placed 600,000 two-day-old shad fry
In the river at Kingston. It usually
takes three years to develop them.