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VOL. 2. CONDON, GILLIAM CO., OREGON, FRIDAY. JULY 15, 1892. NO. 17.
THE OFFICIAL AKD LEADING PAPER
JChterrd o( lie PoilojUct at Ctondom, Orpea, M
tecond-cl'$ mail natter.
Prealdent BsmaMin Hrsion
Vloel'realileut..... J.KVl f. Mostoh
Secretary ( Htate Joiih A Kuhtkr
Hcretry of Treaanry Ciiah. Fohtkb
Hoorotary o Interior J- W Nomis
Hoorntary of War .. ..BrKrlllt B. KI.KIM
Hoorutaty o( Navy H. f Tracy
Poatmaater-Geiieral JOHN WaMaMakkk
Attorney-General W II. H. Mnxits
tocrtUry ol Agriculture Jikkmuh kvK
State of Oregon.
Governor S. Pifnnovin
Ronrotarv of State , W. M:Hitil
Trauarer ma Mktwha
Attirney-Geiieral.. Uko. K Ciiamderi.ain
Bttpt. o( rubllo luitruo Ion K H. Mt.KLRoV
Senators .,...... it ihn.ru.
Congr,..m.n.,............; . J
Printer. Tin o. Hakku
!r. A M - mr
w. p l,oi.
K. 8. Uram.
Seventh Judlelal Dlatrlet.
Joint 8entir W. W. Stki us
Circuit J4iIr W. I. IIkadiiHaw
Freaucutliig Attorney W. 11. Wiuk!
Repreavntatlv l J. Ooomupm
Judg. , , W, J. Makihrh
Commlaloner jgHi kktwton
Clerk... Jav P. Mica
Hher fl....,.. W. I, wiuox
Traurr.... . ...... ....Hkhhi'kt IIamtraD
AlHWfir. VL WIIRKI.KH
8'irveyor I.ra HTRRr
He mil H'ip. rhitvR.Uiii I.ik i km farkkr
Cor-nui I)K Johm Niiklih
SlOflk l0p 41 I - ...M.KX UllTIIIR
,latleeof tbe Tearo.
Arlington., .W. n. 7.Hii.a'
M'rI'm r . O. I'akkih
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Com. I li , I. K. CktRK
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Mayvlle , !. J. Qi'tNM
K'NMll JJ.H D'lWALUHDH
lint' Cnk .......Z J. Ma tin
Crown Kiwk U II Hai.1
Trill fork ...T. .. Barton
Union t'aelfle Hallway Time Card.
Train arrive and leave Arl"gto'i at fol.ow:
T''i Na. fut ml., evoi ArllaKton dally
I 2: t . M.
N . , A Untie eipraaa learea Ar'lugton dally
at 8 :37 f . M.
Train No. I, laal mall, Uavet Arllugton dally
a. J o a. x.
Mo. 7 Atla itlo exprt-M, leave Arlington dally
at l w t. u.
HKrrNRR BRANCH TRAIN".
Trill n No. 81 arrlvoa from Heppner dally, e
epi Hindy at MM . .
Ni. a-2 1.-m .h ileppuer d ly, excopt Hon
day, at S:47 p. M.
Tiirni ti- keU aold and bgKHi-a cherked
through to all pluU In tba Uuilcil Hlata ana
8. COLLINS, Ticket Agent,
A T. A A. M. Mf. MORI A II IX)DE. No. a&-
JX, H aud ro nmanl atl m on nr.t -tnroay
iIbm after fim Monda'inf irh month. 8v
ioarolncbra hreo In gooUrand ui are cordially
invitrd to efwia. r. r tAnoii, n. n,
IlitHiRT Ualatrad, BerreUry.
ED L BUJlTIiEY'S $10 SUITS
For gentlemen, worth $20 for wear. Twelve cloth lamplea, fashion plate
and measurement blank free. Postage, 6 cents.
Ed li. Huntley & Co., Wholesale Gentile Tailors,
184 MADISON STREET, CHICAGO, ILL.
When ordering samples please mention this paper.
Lost .Valley: Saw: Mill.
CANTWELL BR08., Proprietor!.
ill Kinds of Snrficed Lumber. Rustic,
All timbers 4x6 and larger discounted 10 per cent, in number o
feet. All lumber discounted ,10 per
SOUTH MAIS STREET, CCHDON, OR.
Charles Fix, Proprietor.
Good horses for hire at reasonable rates. Special attention giver
tn tranaient Stock. '
Fat cattle for my meat market
V m EXCHANGE V SALOON.
P. SKELLY, Proprietor,
KEEPS OS HAND
Fresh Beer, Wines,
lEESE WALLA WALLA STEAMED KEG BEER UP05 ICE.
A fine billiard parlor in connection. When you feel like having
littla amusement all around and sse Pat. ; He will treat you well.
JJR. J. J. HOOAN,
PHYSICIAN AND SUHUtUN,
Offlca Oregon are., next door to OUU one.
jQB. JOUS NICKLI.V,
' . Condon. Or.
Offlra at reeldenca of Colonel Lucae, Oregon
AT P. LUCAS, County Clerk,
dori all lini or
LAND AND NOTARY BUSINESS
In a nrat and careful manner.
W. DARLINO, . - - :
'Notary Public and Conveyancer,
('ollcc'loni triage with dUpatch.
Iliirr. ! the 0rman-American and tba
Noribait Fire and Mar.ua luauian a Company.
pOll REMAULB FIHE INfiUKANCK
-imr to tii
Phoxnix of Hartfobo."
CatH AmtU, f6.tn.BU, 1$.
Herbert Hala ead, Agent, Condon, Or.
'Painter and Paper-Hanoer,
All klndinf painting and papering dona at
mod.TR a raUja. tiive me a i bauce.
PO8T0FFICE VARIETY STOKE,
Lone Rock, Ob.
J. B OonT. Proprietor.
Kxpaalwavi oahaud Mellclnea, C'Rara and
Toi.accoa, tine Cand'cR. H'-bool 8mplle.To let
Ar'ic'ft m'loncry. Ilarix aud Toy. and every
tiling elaa ua tally fouua In a co ntry variety
Kve'T hint I handle li flraWlaaa, aud my
prl a are tba lowaat. Give me a trial.
J. WALK KB,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
t hav l.arn.d thl bulnea thoroughly, and
am p rparvd ln1o all kiudcof woik In Ibla Do
at moderat. rate. Try dm.
TOHS R. CLARK.
All kind of earneater work dene with neat
ne and nliat'b and at vrv avideral rat. a.
RLIStiTOS-rOSSlL DAILY STAGE LINE.
X. A. lolsna, Proprietor,
rats raoa ablinoton to
Foeall ..8 00,.,.. Retnrn, 110 00
Myv llo... 6 00 ha arn 00
Condon 4 00 -.Return, 7 to
Clem 8 ou Hetarn, I 00
OIx. . a 00 ..ftrtorn, S 00
Iavea Arllng on every mornlnv (Sunday ex
pepted i at 1 30 oil fk. I dee at Condon at 3 r.
H , and arrlvr at Fo.all al 7 r. x.
A. CANT WELL.
Celling and Flooring Alwayi on Hwd.
cent, for cash. .
and ' Feed Stable.
taken on accounts. Your trade ij
Liquors and Cigars
At Berainz. Chiria. the contract for
Iron work for a largi Chinese iron works
has been taken oat if the hands of Eng
liih firms and givenjto Belgians.
Drought in Poltavi, 8onth Russia, is
destroying cattle anti crops, and the peo
ple kneel around ptfests and elevated
images in the fields and pray for rain.
The story is published at Paris of an
alleged plot to kiilnap M. Dehlier,
"Monsieur de Parig,"lin order to delay
the execution of Rtvachol, the An
archist. After a long consideration of the mat
ter the Italian government has decided
that 6 millimeters is the beet size for
the bore of the new rifits for use in that
In a battle in MattolGrospo. Brazil,
between the revolutionists and the gov
ernment forces it is stated that 1,000
men were killed, but neither side ob
tained a victory.
An attempt was lately riade to culti
vate oysters in the Bali id, Last sum
mer 60,000 were transplanted from the
North Hea, but the experiment has
proved a failure,
Buffalo Bill's Wild Weft how exhib
ited at Windsor before Queen Victoria
and crowds of arintocratic berfonatces.
The Queen seemed to be delLhted with
everything she saw. i
Prof. Tyndall predicts thai the first
loyalist blood shed in Ulster for the sake
ot Archbishop Walsh and Timothy
Mealy will ruuae a feeling of evil that
will sweep Uladetone's Irish policy to
The government of Badentwill found
a mu-enra lor history and arclieology in
Itfime, where special privileges have
been obtained from the Pope U examine
the archives ol the Vatican.
Liverpool will, it is exnecWl. nub
licly inaugurate the completioi of her
great wausr scheme next month. Ihe
itv win have a su ply of fri.OOUJDOO eal-
Ions a day from Vyrnwy, Wa es.l
The Empress of Germany las re
quested the Minister of l'nbiic Instruc
tion to prevent the ail mission to the art
museums of Berlin of vonne trirls unless
under the guidance of teachers ol par
DEPOT V HOTEL,
Headquarters for T. P. A. N. W.
Adjolnlnr. the depot, tt I v ry convenient for
uauaagen from the back conmry who
II Ur uird Dtniich geiproelun.
No Chine;. Meet all train.
J. W. BEXNKTT, Proprietor.
Tha EelwlratcdFroncft Sure,
Warranted a DUDnniTIMP" or mr,r,rv
to cure miiiivwiii"" re.untua.
J Bold A
to euro an v form
9 mm i So.vri..lvfli
BEFflPF t-.ool HiiuiulnuLi. AFTTH
lion, over laouiTcucevCC ,uca at iioaaol brala
Power, Vi'i:ef'.:lnc5s,l:ear:Et(!on Palcatntl.1
fcck.Sem:ual5ir:cri,i;j-!.te::A, Kenou Proa
tratlon.Nortnrrjal Eralrsion. le -.corrhira. DU-
lineaa, weaa crnorr, jrsci I'owcrand Impi
trney.whli hllnenlectcloftcniraJto prematura
c!d a -a ami lnunlty. Prleo tJ.CO a box, 6 boxes
lurfioa FentbvmaUonroeplptof price"
W RIXr.N til'AIIAKTr.I? I siren for
erory I5.C0 or!rr reeclved, torcfund tho money 11
a reminfoi r.:ra la nov euocxra, va nava
thoinanciaof t1:monla' fromo'd and young,
ol bothMxe,whohare been permanently enrra
tytheaaaof Aphrodltlne. Circular irea. Addrtu
THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
Wattara Branch, Eoxrr.roaiLAjjn.Oa.
rOl (All BY
L. W. DARLING CO., Condon, Or.
Fader's Golden Female Pills
aaoceaalully by thoae
and of prominent la
dle month 'y. Thor
oaghly reliable and
aai. Worth twenty
time their weight In
told for frmal irrto-
vlaHtitt. Kavar known
Sent by mall aaaled
Tbe Apbro Midlelni
Tf ettern Branch,
Box S7. rortland, Oregoa.
roR sals by
L. W. DARLING CO., Condon, Or.
Our Wonderful epedies.
Dr. Grant's OvruD of Wild Grape Root.
The great blood purifier and
is the product of Oregon soil.
Dr. Grant's Kidney and
For the cure of Bright's Disease, Diabetes, Biliousness, Sick Head
i 11 TiA !1 a4
ache ana au maney trouDies. ueiau price, u.
Dr. Grant's Native Discovery.
The ereat female remedy. For
neculiar to females. Bold
Dr. Grant's Cloalo.
The great dyspepsia conqueror;
all its kindred ailments. Every bottle sold under a positive guar
antee to effect a cure or money refunded. Retail price, 91.
Manufactured by O. W. R. CO.. Portland, Or.
For Sale by L. W. Darling & Co., Condon, Or
Mexicans Arrested for Robbing
OLD HARTFORD TO BE REFITTED.
The Santa Fe Company Has No Intention
of Extending Its Lines From Los
" Angeles to 'Frisco.
Nevada's militia i will cbdqd near
Tbe Arizona ranges are overstocked
with cattle. . .
Arizona claims to have more newspa
pers in proportion to iu p .palation than
any other Bection of the Union.
A large number of met have been dis
charged from tbe navy yard at Mare
Inland, and more discbarges are ex
pected. Inspectors from Washington have
been looking through the Carson mint.
and they declare everything in excellent
The officers and men on fhe cruiser
Boston bave raised over S1.0U0 to Place
a monoment over their dead shipmates
at tbe Mare Island cemetery.
Mrs. Woodworth. the doom-sealing
evangelist wbo created so much excite
ment at Oakland, Vl., last year, bas
begun a series of meetings at Sa em, Ur.
There is some ta k at Vallejo of refit
ting the old Hartford, on a minor that
the chtei of the bureau of construction
will make a recommendation to that
Reports from tbe southeastern part of
Arizona Territory are to the effect that
unless ram lails in a few weeks cattle
will die by the thousands. Already
they are dropping off.
Electricians from the East are now at
Satro, Nev., figuring on the cost of put
ting np an electric plant near Sntro to
rnn tbe mill on quartz brongnt through
Sutro tunnel from tbe Comstock.
The government exploring nartr. in
charge of Prof. Reed Cleveland, has
left Tacoma for Alaska on the City of
Toppka to measure the movement of
Muir's glacier and to examine the sur
rounding i ountry.
Notwithstanding the decision of -the
Superior Court at Sacramento that
Rijdgers, the recently elected Chief of
Police, is ineligible to trie office, be re
fuses to vacate only on special order of
tbe court that be must do so.
Tbe chief ol the bureau of yards and
docks at Mare Island is strongly in fa
vor of having a bridge built Irom Val
lejo to the navy yard for the greater
facility ol travel and convenience to em
ployes and others.
Sydenham Mills, while on his way to
Murray, Idaho, with iz uuu wortb ot
gold dust which be had cleaned up
in Fancy Gulch, was wavlaid and robbed
by two h'ghwaymen. Rewards to the
amount of I75J have been offered for
The schooner Halcyon has been seized
at Victoria, a. C. by tbe customs au.
thorities lor an alleged infraction ol the
custom laws of Canada, ihe onenre
charged wai that of lying in the harbor
on the we t coast of Vancouver Island
without entering at the customs.
In an interview President Manvel of
the Santa Fe at San Diego is reported to
bave said : "The comiany has no in ten
tion of extending its lines from Los An-
kieles to Kan r ranclsco. I don't know
why they didn't do it in the first piace,
but it is out oi tne que lion now."
Three Mexicans have been arrested at
Tia Juana who were making a profit
ble business of robbing Chinese. The
Mexicans would agree io pilot the Men
golians across the line, aud after a taie
distance trom Mexican authority they
were stood up and robbed of every cent
The killing of Police Officer WHl'am
F. Jordan at Butte, Mont., by burglars
has arouned the people. Frequent bold
una. burglaries and robbunes have
tended to intensity the feeling, and r
vigilance cointu'ttee will probably be or
gatized. Over 100 men are engaged in
the starch for the murdering burglars.
Tbe Phoenix (Ariz ) Chamber of Com
merce has published a patnphletof about
n(tv pages on the resources ot the tsai
River Vallev. The lllusttations of farm
field and town life are many, and th
homeseeker is introduced to a section of
the Territory which is very fertile, bul
whose agricultural resources have noi
been generally known.
system tonic Purely vegetable, and
Retail price, $1.
the cure of diseases and complaint
under a positive guarantee. Retai
will positively cure dyspepsia and
Mrs. Lanetrv Makes a Wlnnine at the
Ascot Races-The Mad King of
Beniamln Harrison. Whltelaw Raid
and William Mc Kin ley are graduates of
mue Miami university of Ohio.
ueorge M. Dallas, on of th new
Jndgea of the United States Circuit
Urart of Appeals, has received from
Princeton Colleire tha decree of TVvtnr
Alexander Henrr. inventor of tha cel-
brated Martin-Henrv rifle, used exclu
sively in the British army, is a Scotch
man by birtb, and last month celebrated
bis 74ib birthday.
President Tuttle of Wabash Colleire
has retired from service after holding of
fice thirty rears. He has been on dntv
all of that time except two months, a
record not easily paralleled.
The late Senator Barbour of Virginia
leit the balk of his property, vaiued at
50,' 00, to his sister-in-law, Miss Ellen
Uaingerfield. who has been appointed
administratrix of the estxte.
Mrs. "Lngtry won $20,000 at t he Ascot
ra es. tor years she i a looked upon
the gold cup as an almost certain source
of income, her choice of horses in the
race being generally for unate.
Marie Corelli is onlv the nen name of
the writer wl ose works have won the
pproval 0' Queen Victoria. She is a
laughter of the late Dr. Charlt-s Mackar.
and ber name is Marion Mack ay.
Pierre Mdlet. the brother of Jean
ranco se Millet, is living in Boston. He
i a fnulptor ot great ability, but. like
is brother, is tetiring and modest to an
unusual degree, and shrinks from noto
Minister T. Jefferson Coo'idee lives at
Coolidge Neck, Manchester, Mass., when
he is at borne in summer. Cornel us
Vanderbilt succeeds him there this sea
son, having taken a lease of Coolidge
The Cologne Oazelle savs that the con-
it ion of the mad King of Bavaria i now
merely vegetative ; that he is nnable to
istngmsb persons in his familiar en
tourage, and that his attendants have the
greatest difficulty in getting him to take
Minister Coolidge. as he appeared to
the eyes of the Paris correspondent of
the London Aewi, "is wbite-baired. hale.
of a straight carriage and a direct man
ner, tie strikes one as a man of intel
lectual as well as business tastes and
When the little ten-vear-old Crown
Prince of Germany marched at the head
of his regiment during the recent mili
tary review at I'otsdam no one applauded
him more heartily than tbe little Queen
of Holland, who stood at one of the pal
King Oscar of Sweden is a man of tall
and spare figure, with white hair and
beard. He enjoys excellent health.
When the King visited President Carnot
at the Elysee he wore the medal granted
him by the French government for
throwing himself before two horses that
were running away with a carriage filled
The death of General K. S. Protitch,
one of the Kegenta of Servia. has al
ready been mentioned. When King
Milan abdicated in March, 1889, he read
his declaration before bis Council of
Ministers, knelt before his son and took
the oath of allegiance. This example was
ollowed by tbe three Regents, whom be
appointed. General Protitch had twice
been Minister of War, and was a great
tavorite in the army, uis age was 63.
THE CHICAGO EXPOSITION.
The Chair in Which Thomas Jefferson
Sat While Writing the Declara
tion of Independence.
The citizens of St. Joseph. Mo., oppose
the removal of the bouse in which Jesse
James was killed to the World's Fair for
The B ard of World's Fair Managers
Pennsylvania has expended S33.5d9 6
of tbe $3 41.000 appropriated to it by tbe
Tbe chair in which Th mas Jefferson
Hat while writing the Declaration oi In
lenendence is now owned by the Philo
sophical boctety, rnuadelphta. it M re
ported that this interesting relic will br
exbibited at the World's Fair.
South Burmah and the East Indies in
end to have a worthy exhibit at the
xposition. The Chamber oi Commerce
of Kurracbee has sppointed J-hangir H
Kathari, a prominent wealthy merchant
ot Kurracbee, special commtbsioner to
deveiop an exhibit for the la r.
Tbe High School of Sin Diego. Cal
will give a grand Fourth of July celebra
tion and devote the proceeds toward
making a complete collection of San
Diego bah for exhibition at the World'
Fair. The specimens will be preserved
in alcohol and properly labeled, etc. The
exhibit will be a competitive one.
Chief Ives, who is in Europe in the
nterest of the fine arts department of
the World's Fair, has written that the
French and American artists in Paris are
all agog with enthusiasm for the fair.
The American artists are bard at work
uid their Bection of the exhibit will be
unexpectedly large and of the highest
It is probable that a number of genu
ine Astrakhan sheep, the finest sped'
mens living, will be exhibited at the
World's Fair. A dozen of them have re
cently arrived in this country from Per
ia, having been purchased there by
united states minister tseaie lor .Becrt
cary Rusk of the Department of Agri
culture, who intends to try the ex peri
ment of raising the species in this coun
try. They are to be taken to Southern
California, and if they prosper, will
taken to tne lair next summer.
BEYOND THE ROCKIES
Building and Loan Associations of
the United States.
THE MISSOURI CROP BULLETIN
Great Drought In Northern Mexico and
Portions of Texas Chicago
Harvest hands command 3 a day and
their "keep" in Kansas this year.
The Cleveland street car strikers have
refused the compromise proposition.
Cut-worms are proving very destruct
ive to tobacco in Henry county, Tenn.
The population of the town of Okar-
che, Oklahoma, grew 1,50J in one ntht
Ibe Louisiana Legislature has re
pealed the law creating the board of
Great trouble is experienced in ven
tilating the "it. Clair tunnel, which was
opeoi last year.
A leather trust has been incorporated
in New Jersey. ' It will deal in all kinds
of goods made from leather.
Building and loan associations of the
United State' are trying to perfect a na
tional organization at Chicago.
Because of the enactment of the sepa
rate coach law, the negroes of Kentucky
propose to ooycoti tne railways.
About l.iOO negroes in and sronnd
Nashville. Tenn.. are making ready to
emigrate to Oklahoma in the fall.
Immigrants to the number of 92.242
arrived in this country during May, in
May, 1891, the number was 86,941.
The Missouri crop b:''cun reports a
very good condition and yield in har
vested grain, but with light acreage.
The great drought in Northern Mexico
and portions of Texas still continues,
and there is much Buffering in conse
quence. The defalcation of Treasurer Dahn of
the Buffalo National Savings Bank will
probably reach between $200,000 and
The English party composing the syn
dicate which owns the Black Hills tin
mines near Rapid City are to visit the
The Sngar Trust bas agreed to give the
wholesale grocers who maintain fixed
prices a rebate of one-eighth of a cent
It haa been estimated by a high au
thority that the country will have as
much wheat to export this year as it
had last year.
Iron has been discovered at Mulhall.
Kan., by a man digging a well, who,
when down some seventy feet, struck
iron. A shaft is being sunk.
The elevator men at Chicago have
wired to their country correspondents to
stop shipping corn there till after July
ldtn, as it ii coming in such bad condi
tion it will not grade.
Senator Gallinger is at the head of a
movement to establish government san
itariums in the South. When these are
established bis plan is to assist con
sumptives to emigrate thither.
The New York State census showB
that there are about 4,000 Indians living
on the several reservations in that State
who still maintain their tribal systems.
subject to State jurisdiction.
A clergyman of Indianapolis. Ind.. has
entered npon a vigorous cru'sde against
church fairs, grab bags, raflles and all
other schemes to raise funds for church
purposes in illegitimate ways.
An eight-foot tunnel, extending four
miles out into Lake Michigan, haa just
been completed at Chicago. It will sup
ply to the city 13 i.OOO.iHH) gallons ol wa
ter per day, and bas cost over $1,0 X),000.
The Broadway cable line in New York
ny will be operated in October. Nearly
5,0u0 horses are to be displaced. The
total cost of the new road is f5,(k0,(Ki .
Cotton drive rope is used to prevent
The Chicago river is swollen to such
an extent that nearly 1,500 houses in
Ravenswood, a suburb ot Chicago, were
surrounded by water. The main sewers
i'i Cuicago are clogged and basements
Following are the newly elected di
rectors ot the Nicaraguan Mail, Steam
and Navigation Company: Albert O.
Cheney, Samuel C Miller, Louis Chable,
Warner Miller and George W. Davis, all
of New York.
There is a law on the Kansas statute
book which provides for the delivery of
all letters for girls under 1? and boys
nnder 21 years of age to their parents
and guardians, but it would take the
militia to enforce it.
The Lighthouse Board has arranged
for a series of experiments on Staten
Island, N. Y., of a new magnesium
light, which is reported to have devel
oped wonderful illuminating powers at
recent observations in Germany.
Owing largely to the pollution of its
water by sewage, there were 1,997 deaths
from typhoid lever in Chicago last year,
that being the highest known rate for a
great city and more than five times as
many as in New York.
In the Senate the other day Stewart
offered as a substitute for his free coin
age bill one providing that the owner of
silver bullion may deposit the same at
any mint of the United States, to be
coined for his benefit, the coins to be
legal tender for all debts .and dues.
Foreign silver, coin or bullion, is ex
cluded, and the silver act of 1890 repealed.