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HAS THREE TIMES THE CIRCULATION
OF ANY PAPER IN THE COUNTY.
THE OFFICIAL AND LEADING PAPER
OF GILLIAM COUNTY.
I'UBIflMHKU KVKEY KttlDAY BV
SLOAN P. 8HUTT,
Professional cards II 00 per mouth
One square 1 50 per montb
One-qtiaiter column..... S 50 per month
One half column 6 00 per mouth
One column 10 00 per month
Business local! will be charged at 10 cent per
line for first insertion and 5 ceuts per line tht re
after. Legal advertisements will in all rases be
charged to the party ordering them, at legal
rates, and paid lor before affidavit is furnished
Kclltor and Proprietor.
8iibirlttloii It alas.
One year (luvarlably lu advance) .'. $J M
St months ' J"
Three montlii ,., 70
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vnr nownON. OTTXIAM CO.. OREGON. FRIDAY. JULY 22, 1892. NO. 18.
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reimi(-eioi mail waiter.
Presides:.... rlKNumN Ha smarm
Vice lreliliut l.rvl V. Mohton
Hwretary of Htato .. JH A. Kohtkk
Hecretary ( Treasury .....Ciiah. Postkk
Beorelary ot Interior.....,, ...J. W, Noiii.k
Heoretary of War Htki'Misn B. Ki.kik
Huoretaiy of Navy B. V Thacv
r-osi-naKteMieueral John WanaMakkk
AttorneyUclH-ral W H. II. Mn.l.K
bocrotary ot Agrluulture. Jkhkmiah Kukk
State of Oregon.
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, l'nlin 1'aolflo Hallway Tlinr Card.
Traltisarrlve and leave Arlington as follow:
Train Na. 2, fast mall, 'eavos Arllngtou dally
No. a, Atlantic express, loaves Arlington dally
at:87 ft m.
Train So. 1, fast mall, leaves Arlington dally
at l'2:4o a. x.
No. 7. Atlantic express, leaves Arlington daily
liarrNK hhamch trains.
Train No. SI arrive from Heppner dally,
ci-nt rittmlay. at 11:60 a. m.
lio.a leaves lor lltippnor dally, except Hun
dav, t:l:17 p. M.
Ttiraugh tickets aold and bagajte checked
thruiiKh lo all point lu the UullcU HtaUs aud
8. COLLINS, Ticket Agent,
AF. A. M.-MT. MOKIAir I.OIHIK. No. 9S
, nitelcommHnlcailoiis on tlrtt Ktunlay
t-veuluga sfter first Mondays of racb mouth. Ko
iiinrnlna brethren in good standing are cordially
invited to attend. I'. F. CASUS, W. M.
, 11 skhf rt II Al.rr AO, Secretary.
ED It. WTIiEY'S $10 SUITS
For gentlemen, worth $20 for wear. Twelve cloth lampleo, fashion plate
and measurement blank free. Postage, 6 cents.
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Ed Jj. Huntley & Co., Wholesale Gentile Tailors,
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184 MADISON STREET, CHICACO, ILL.
When ordering samples please mention thia paper.
Lost v. Valley : Saw; Mill.
CANTWELL BR08., Proprietors.
Hi Kinds of Sarftcel Lnmber, Rustic,
All timbers 4xC and larger discounted 10 per cent,
feet. All lumber discounted 10 per cent, for cash.
. SOUTH MAIM STREET, COMDON, OR.
Charles Fix, Proprietor.
Good horsei for hire at reasonable ratee.
to transient stock.
Fat cattle for my meat market
P. SKELLY, Proprietor,
, KEEPS OX HAND
Fresh Beer, Wines,
FRESH WALLA WALLA STEAMED KEG SEER TJP01T IOE.
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A fine billiard parlor in connection. Wlum you feel like having
little amusement eall around and boo Pat. II will treat you well.
Till. J. J. HOOAN,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office Orcgou ave., next door to UUM office.
Office at residence of Colonel f.ucas, Oregon
AY P. I.UCAH, County Clerk,
IOK Al.l. MNHS OIT
LAND AND NOTARY BUSINESS
In a neat and careful manner.
IW. DA RUNG,
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Notary Public nd Conveyancer,
I 'iilliiMlnn. rn.da with dlanatch. '
Henreseiits tlie (lermaii-Aiuerlcan and the
Northaest Klre and Marine lusurauce Company.
.Kilt HKI.IAULK FIKK INSURANCE
APPfcV TO TIIK
"Phcenix of Hartford."
CWi Autt; $,fi&,mvt.
Herbert Halstead, Airetit, Condon,
Painter and Paper-Hanoer,
All kinds of painting and papering done at
moderate rates, uive uie a cnaiice.
Tn4ffrflCie VARIETY HTORE.
I lx)H Rocg.OR.
J. It, Ooff, Proprietor.
Keeps always on hand Mellciiies, Cigars and
Tobaccos, tine Caudles, Kcbool Hupplle. Toilet
Articles. Htntionery, Harps and Toys, and every
thing else usually found lu a country variety
Kverylhlng I handle Is flint-cUiis, and my
priics are the lowest, (live me a trial.
CONTRAOTOR AND BUILDER,
1 have learned this business thoroughly, and
am prepared to do all kinds of work in this llti
at moderate rates. Try me.
JOHN R. CUHK.
All kinds of csrnenter work done with neat
ness aud dlspat' h and at very moderate raU-s.
ItUSUTOS-rOHSM, DAILY BTAOK MSE.
E. A. Nelson, Proprietor.
VAkK VHi.M ARL1NOTON TO
Fossil 4l 00 Return, 110 00
Mayv.lle fi 00 Ke'uru, V 00
Condon 4 00..,.. ..Return, 7 60
Clem i iw Return, 6 00
(Hex 'J 00 Return, 3 00
Leaves Arlington every morning (Hiinday ex-
centain at d no o'clock, is daeat Condon at i r.
M., anil arrives at Fossil at j v. .
Celling and Flooring Itoays on Hand.
in number of
and Feed Stable,
Special attention given
taken oa accounts
Your trade is I
Liquors and Cigars.
General Booth Delegates Another Son to
Assist In the Work of the Salva
tion Army in America.
Justin McCarthy once Indulged in
writing poetry. He reformed, however,
before entering into politico. ,
Emin I'aaha has had more obituary
notices written about him than any
other traveler. And he loves to read
Mme. Emma Nevada, the sinzer. is
making a successful tour of Spain, and is
being received everywhere with almost
MarHhall P. Wilder says that ' one of .1
the strangest things of his entertain-
ment business in England is the custom
prevailing among managers of paying
film in advance.
Prince Ferdinand of Bulgaria is deeply
interested in ornithology, and devotes
much time to the pursuit of that science.
He is a member of the Ornithological
Society of Vienna.
The eve cures of the oculist Grand
Duke Theodore have attracted crowds of
sufferers to Moran this year. Several
hundred patients seek the Grand Duke's
assistance every day, and he is aided in
his charitable labors m ms wne ana
Governor Russell rides in on his horse
every morning from his home in Cam
bridge to tne State House in ixwton, a
distance of about three miles, and takes
his seat at his desk, booted and spurred,
for the transaction of the morning's of
Paderewski is spending a few days in
Paris, having left London over a week
ago. lie aoesn t intend to return to tne
British capital beiore uctooer. Mean
time he will after a short stay in the
French capital go to some of the Euro
pean watering places.
Horatio Greenouirh's widow has be
queathed to the Boston m tinea m all the
examples of her husband's scnlptnres
tbat remained in her possession, wnicn
were numerous. They had been loaned
to the museum more than once. Among
them are busts of John Adams and John
DEPOT' 7 HOTEL,
Headquarters for T. P. A. N. W.
Adjxluliut the depot. It is v ry convenient for
passengers Irom tne oaea cour.iry wuo
have to leave by liluht tralus.
liter u ird Deuttch genprocheu.
No C'hlucs?. Meets all tralus.
J. W. HENNETT, Proprietor.
"EEr? "APHRODITINE" STi
Is Sold 0 i.
to euro any form
ot nervous uIwomj
f mm i hnfTO"iiiive
VBCot Blimuluntd, AFTER
back, nominal WeuUm
n , or tnrouR i youth 1 u 1 1 uU I nor".
,&(!., such as Lossol Hnim
lioarinsdown Pains In tlu
t uiin, 1 1 Vbteria. Nervous l'ros-
tratton. Nocturnal Kmlsslous, Ijj iporrhn a, Diz-
tluoss, Weolc Memory, lofsoi l'ower nnd Impo
tpncy.whh'hif neclccteiloftcn load to prematura
old a;o aud insanity. Prlco (i.00 a box, fiboxci
forfVIO. Hcntbymallonrorrliitof prloe
A WRlTiEX UITAKANTEK is (riven for
every luoordcrrceelrml, to refund the money if
a 1'ernmnont euro Is notclTected. We ha9
thouxamlsof tc-ntlmoniula Iromo'd and younfr,
of both aezes, who have Ixjen pennancntly ruml
by theuseof Aphroditlno. Clrcularfrue, Addrvts
THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
WdBtcru Umuch, Box 27. 1'OBTLAtin. Oa,
roa PAUt BY
l. W. PABLINO & CO., Condon, Or.
Fader's Golden Female Pills
successfully by thous
ands of prominent la
dles monthly. Thor
oughly reliable and
sate. Worth twenty
times their weight in
gold for frmale irrtg
vlarilia. Never known
Bent by mall sealed
Box 87. Fortland, Oregoa.
FOB NALR BV
XV. DARLING it CO., Condon, Or.
Our Wonderful Remedies.
Dr. Grant's SvruD of Wild Crape 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
ache and all kidney trouDies. neian price,
Dr. Grant's Native Discovery.
The ereat female remedy.
in females. Bold
Dr. Grant's Cloaio.
The great dyspepsia conqueror; will positively cure dyspepsia and
all ita kindred ailments. Every bottle sold under a positive guar
antee to eQ'ect a cure or money refunded. Ketau price, i.
Manufactured bv O. W. R. CO., Portland, Or.
(For Sale by L. 7. Darling & uo., uonaon, ur
Grand Jury Recommends Removal
of County Officers.
NAVAJO COUNTRY IN NEW MEXICO.
General Strike Among the Trainmen on
the San Joaquin Division of
' tne Southern Pacific.
A Chinese hiirhbinder arrested at Sac
ramento was encased in a boiler-plate
coat-of-mail. He carried two revolvers
and three knives.
San Bernardino is ranch excited over
the discovery that its street bonds are
illeeal. About $100,000 of them have
been expended eo far.
Thirtv-five miles of the new line built
by the' Southern Pacific to avoid the
flood district in the Colorado River Val
ley have been completed.
Dr. Lutz and wife (Sister Rose Ger
trude) reached San Francisco from the
Hawaiian leper colony the other day en
route for Europe or japan.
At Tucson. Ariz., Uity Policeman Will
iam Elliott attempted to arrest a drunken
Mexican, and was stabbed through the
heart. He shot the Mexican dead, and
The official military commission to in
vestigato the possibilities of metallic
wealth in lands on the Navajo reserva
tion in Arizona and New Mexico has re
ported the country worthless for mining
There is a eeneral strike among the
trainmen on the San Joaquin division of
the Southern Pacific Company, "lney
are dissatisfied with the superintendent
of the division. J. H. Whited, who has
increased their work and not tneir wages,
Information was received at Klamath
Falls recently tkat the Commissioner of
Indian Affairs has ordered the survey of
eiirht townships on the reservation.
which is preliminary to tne anotmeni oi
lands in severalty and the final opening
of the reservation. Work will begin at
once. This information will tend to turn
the eyes of all Oregon to Klamath county.
The little five-stamp mill of the Annie
Consolidated Mining Company in the
Bohemia distr.'ct, Lane county, Or., has
produced during tne montn of June
about (4,000 in bullion in development
work. The President. Dr. J. M. 'laylor.
says that the concentrates are found very
.... V.t n .1 that now maphinArv will
be placed in working order at the mine
in about fifteen days, which will increase
the value of the bullion produced about
A wonderful geological specimen was
accidentally discovered by a laborer in
Astoria the other day. In digging his
pick struck a round stone imbedded in
the bank, the blow splitting the stone
open. In the center was a perfect clam
shell, both sides being shown and meas
uring 3?4 inches in length by 3 inches
in diameter. Considering where it was
found and the heavy formation of stone,
the clam must have lain in its stony
home thousands ot years.
A water velocipede has been invented
by Will Raymond of Clatsop county,
Or.. It is made of zinc. It has double
wheels on each side with a seat between.
It is propelled with a crank like a land
velocipede. Mr. Raymond has his model,
and has applied for a patent. E. R.
llawes has just completed one of the
velocipedes for Mr. Raymond, and it will
be tested in Young's Bay in a few days.
It is believed a speed of twelve miles an
hnnr ran be obtained. It cannot be up-
eet, and its occupant is absolutely safe
on the water.
There is much interest at Boise, Idaho,
over the prospective building of a line
of railroad from Nampa to Silver City,
by which that city will be anorded rail
Connection wiui iuo ricu uiiuni uio-
tricts of Owyhee county. Major Wick
ersham of Pittsburg has been examining
the scheme on behalf of capitalists of
that city, and it is positively asserted
that the line will be C3nstructed if his
reuort is favorable. While he has noth
ing to say that womu indicate wnat tne
tenor of his report is to be, the idea
seems to prevail that he will recommend
the scheme. If the road is built, the
orooosed new mills of theDelamar Com
pany will be located near that city. The
tiro fee t for building a road , eastward
through the mining and timber regions
of Central Idaho to Butte City is also in
a promising shape, a more detailed cur
vev having been ordered by the capital
ists who have been investigating the
system tonio. rureiy vegeiaDie, anu
Retail price, 11.
For the cure of diseases and complaint
under a positive guarantee. Ketai
Important Decision on Appeal of State of
California From the Action of
the Land Commissioner.
Senator Kyle has introduced a resolu
tion providing for an investigation rela
tive to the slums of cities. This was
The conference report on the river and
harbor bill has been agreed to, and a
concurrent resolution for a final adjourn
ment Julv 20 was offered bv Senator Al-
drich and referred to the Committee on
General Schofleld has received a tele
gram General Brooke, in which he states
he has turned over the Wo! cot t party to
the State authorities of Wyoming for
trial. This puts an end, so far as the
military authorities are concerned, to the
The Senate bill to increase' the pen
sions of those who lost limbs in the serv
ice of the United States, and which will
add (700,000 to the pension charge, has
1 - w . 1. c 1 u:i .u I
been passed by the Senate, while the
House bill to pension the survivors of
the Indian wars was, after the provisions
were considerably extended, recommit
ted to tne Committee on Pensions.
The conference on the naval bill has
finally been agreed to, the house accept
ing the Senate amendments appropriat
ing in the aggregate about (66,000 and
the Senate receding from all further
amendments except one providing for the
construction of one sea-going coast bat
tle snip oi ,uuo tons, wnicn, with an
armored cruiser of 8,000 tons provided
for iu the House bill, will constitute all
the new construction authorized. As no
appropriation is made for a battle ship,
the bill as it passed the House is only
The Senate Committee on Appropria
tions has finished its consideration of the
sundry civil bill and reported it to the
Senate. The amount of the appropria
tions made by the bill is $39,797,816,
that being an increase over the bill as it
passed the House of (11,574,816. There
is an appropriation of (5,103,000 in aid
of the World's Fair, and no requirement
as reported to the Senate tbat the
World's Fair shall not be kept open on
Sunday. . The requirement is that gov
ernment exniDits stiau not be kept on
exhibition on that day.
Secretary Noble has rendered an im
portant decision on the appeal of the
State of California from the action of the
Commissioner of the general land office
in respect to certain applications made
by the State to select indemnity school
lands in lieu of townships made frac
tional by the existence of damp and over
flowed lands. The Secretary holds that
the State has no valid right to, select in
demnity for school lands, using swamp
lands as a basis, for the reason that the
swamp sections went to the State under
tke swamp-land act. He further holds
t tat the act of tebruarv 28. 1891. amend-
i ig bections l-ib andZZ6of the Revised
Statutes does not authorize new or lu
ture selections in California on the basis
of Sections 16 and 36 when they are
swamp in character, nor did this amend
ment give the btate any rights it did not
previously possess under former statutes,
or this reason be affirms the Uommis-
sioner's decision. About 10,000,000 acres
of land are involved in the case, which
has been pending before the department
for several years,
Yale University Determines to Enlarge
the Educational Opportunities for
About (3.000.000 is appropriated each
year to the iew lork city schools.
The total school enrollment for the
United States last year was 14,200,000.
The teachers and School Superintend
ents in this country receive (S0,000,000
annually, and the money is well earned,
Applicants for certificates to teach in
the schools of Birmingham, Ala., are re
quired to pay an examination fee of (1,
which is applied to the library lunu.
A few years ago there were but two or
three advanced schools in this country
that were open to students ot both sexes,
There are now said to be 204 of the 365
colleges which are coeducational.
Queen Margaret's College is the only
college for women in Scotland that fits
them for university degrees, it was
founded about fifteen years ago, and has
200 students m art, science and medi
cine. President Angell of Ann Arbor has
written that graduates of the Leaven
worth High School will be admitted to
the Michigan University without further
examination, which is no mean compli
President Oilman conferred degrees
upon seventy-four students of the grad
uating class at Johns Hopkins Univer
sity week before last. He appeared in a
gown and hood, and graduates all wore
caps and gowns.
There is every reason to believe that
the coming season at Chautauqua will be
the greatest in its history, not only in
the number of visitors, but in the extent
of its courses of study and the variety
and ability of its lecturers.
The Women's College of Ba'timore re
ceived last month a gift of (25U,0UU, ol
which (100,000 is to pay for one of the
new buildings in process of erection, the
remainder of the sum to be used to ad
vance the general interest of the college,
The Iowa State University is located
at the old " has-been " town of Iowa
City, and is not commonly spoken of
with Harvard and Yale, but it has 900
students, and its late commencement
was the greateBtest it ever had. Univer
sities can grow west of the Mississippi
BEYOND THE ROCKIES.
Estimate of the Prospective
THE HARVEST SEASON IN MISSOURI.
Smallpox in Chicago Keeley Institute
Accomplishing Good in Kansas
Our Gold Exports. .
The wheat yield throughout Illinois
will be very large.
Chicaeo is threatened with another
A Garfield monument costing (100,000
is proposed in Chicago,
. . . . .
Chicago's people drink 53.000 gallons
of soda water every hot day.
Gas at (1 per 1,000 is very acceptable
to the consumers of Cincinnati.
A bichloride of gold cure has been de
clared a necessity in Sedalia, Mo.
The Bio Grande Western has been au
thorized to increase its capital (3,000,-
The Board of Health now estimates
the population of New York to be 1,826,-
Louisiana's Legislature wants United
States Senators elected by ballot of the
Thousands of cattle are being brought
from Mexico into Western Kansas for
A shake-up of officials has taken place
in the freight department of the Texas
During the past three months this
country has exported 779,900 barrels of
flour to uuba.
The last census in the State of New
York develops the fact that 11 per cent. -
of the population are aliens.
No less than thirty sardine factories in
Maine are closed because there is no run
of suitable-sized fish to pack.
The harvest season in Missouri is ac
companied by the usual hailstones, which
break through roofs and kill chickens.
A movement has been started in Chi
cago to secure the pardon ot eebe,
Schwab and rieldsn, the Haymarket
Secretary Foster bas much hope of the . '.
beneficial outcome of the international
monetary conference, which will be held
in Paris or Dresden.
The Keeley Institute at Herington has
already turned out two graduates. Thus
the work of cheating the devil goes
briskly on in Kansas.
The Superintendent of the ew York
Lunatic Asylum says that the excitement
while engaged in a game of baseball has
cured several patients.
In all of the New England States the
smaller industries are beginning to run
full time, and a busy summer seems to
be assured on all sides.
Cheyenne and Arapahoe Indians re
fused to accept 500 head of beeves from
the government agents, who, they claim,
have been robbing them.
The troubles along the Rio Grande
frontier have no political feature. They
are caused by individual acts of despe
radoes from both countries.
The bodies of President and Mrs. Polk
will soon be removed from their present
resting place in Polk Place, Nashville,
Tenn., ta Mount Olive cemetery.
A bill is to be Introduced into the next
session of the rennsyivama legislature
for the creation of forest reservations at
the headwaters of principal rivers.
Of the (45,000 stolen from the United
Express Company at Pittsburg on June ' -
21 by E. J. Ryan the company has re
covered (44,813, Ryan having spent only
Three hundred negroes at Haynes, Lee
county, Ark., took one of their race
named Donnelly from jail and hanged
him. Donnelly assaulted a twelve-year-old
Electricians are very busy designing
new plants for the smaller towns and
cities throughout the West, and quite a
number of cable aud electrical roads are
to be built this ft.ii.
A lottery agent is suing the town of
Ludlow, Ky., for (200, which he paid for
a license to keep open his office. The
Goebel bill, he says, Bhut him up, and
he wants bis money back.
The net exports of gold for the five
months ending with May were (16,9o2,-
7W. and the net loss to J uly l win not
exceed (34,000,000, as against about (68,
000,000 in the first half of 1891.
Almost (4,000 was realized at an open-
air performance of "As You Like It" in
Senator rarweii s residence grounds at
Chicago. Ada Rehan was the Rosalind.
The performance was for charity.
Huffman & Hohlers of Cincinnati for
weeks have been engaged in making
f tills and other distilling machinery os
tensibly for gentlemen in Brooklyn, but
it is widely gossiped the stills are really
for the sugar trust, which will distill
Rev. J. S. Ives, pastor of the Congre
gation Church at Stratford, a suburb of
Bridgeport, Conn., was hanged in effigy
the other day. He was unpopular be
cause he had the drug and confectionery
btorea closed on Sunday and wanted the
street cars to stop running on the same
Bradslreet'i estimates that on the basis
of the latest government wheat crop this
countrv will be able to export 220,000,
000 bushels of wheat in 1892-3 and leave
reserves on July 1, 1803, equal to those
carried over a year ago. For ten years
past the average annual wheat exports
of the United States have been less than