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VOL. 2. CONDON, GILLIAM CO., OREGON, FRIDAY. AUGUST 12, 1892. NO. 21.
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Entered at tht Pottofflet at Condon, Oregon, at
econti-cUs mat! mailer.
SovrrUry el btate
Hiwretury ( i reaaury
Secretary ot Iiiturlor.
Heoretarr of War
b.tnrwta'y of Navy....
United State. '
1.RVI P. MnHTOM
John W, Foutk
J. W, horn.
.......HrBPHKH B. Kl.KINS
,. B. K Tha:y
W II. H. Miu.ss
secretary of Agrluultur.
, .JtaiMUH kl
T)B. J- J. HOQAN,
PHYSICIAN AND 8URGEON,
pfflce Oregon ave., neit door to Otoot office.
R. JOHN MCKLIK,
Office-First door wett of Globs offlc.
tat of Oregon.
Governor 8. PMijovta
HeeruUrr of Htat .. W. M IUlt
lrirr Will. Mkthi hah
Ait.ruey-Uei.ersl ...Uau. K C'HamrR aim
HuiiU of rubllo luiiruo ton :.".' .
. J. H, MlTi HKM.
Senator J. N Du.rn.
Cotifmeu . H. KM-is
if. A. M at
Seventh Juillolal DLtrlct.
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l'r.u-lii Aiiruy W. H. wii.k
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Trull K.ifk - T. . Habm.h
fnlon Paelflo Hallway Tim Card.
Tr Drrlr tod leave Ar lngtoa fol.owi
T-n'n No. tut ml., eiv Arlington dally
N '. , A lantlo exprew, leare Arllugton dally
at o '.oi r m .
Triln No. 1, fait mall, kavei ArUogton Oafty
a. -in u
N. 7 Atlantic cxprvM, leave. Arlington dally
at i:ti r. .
llfPN BRANCH TRAIN.
Trx'ii No 31 arrlvM fmtn Heppner dally.
Ceptti;diy atll:;0 . X. ,
N . Si lve t ir lloppuor da.ly, eicopt Sun
Amv At It'll m w
Tuniui tl kete told and b't chucked
throuif) to all pjiut. lit the United State aaj
8. COLLINS, Ticket Agent,
" Arlington, Or.
Hilorne) it U. Kolarj Public an Collector
AY P. LUCAS, County Clerk, -doe
all tin or
LAND AND NOTARY BUSINESS
In a nat and careful manner.
Notary Public ana conveyancer,
r'nll!.' Inn. mm with dlotvatch.
Umr. mii. th 0rmaO'Amrirat and tb
North Fit and Uar u lu.uian company.
OR RELIABLE FIRE INSURANCE
-AfPLT TO TUB
PHCENIX OF Habtforo."
Hrbrt HaU ead, Agent, Condon, Or.
w a. ooouwin,
Paintir and Papeb-Hanoeh,
AH kind f painting aid papering don at
moura rate, u.v uie a i a.uc.
The London Timet, which tried to ruin
Mr. Parnell through a aerie of Pigot
letter before he bad ruined blinnelf, la
now coddling the Parnellites, who are
wavering In taeir support oi Uiaaatone.
llalmundg Indneza I'alaclo. ex-Dictator
of Venezuela, baa arrived at Paria, with
15,000,IM)0 as a golden solace for tbe ins
of defeated ambition. He save the good
of his country waa ail he desired, but he
The medical department of St. Peters
burg is distributing cholera disinfectant
at cost prices. The Czar presided at a
discussion of the appointment of an of-
rt . i . t ti .... ' 1 a. 4
ncer wnn uicxavnriat xmur vi iwuiwi
the epidemic in tho Volga provinces.
An opportunity will be presented to
the archaeologists who visit the Colum
bian lii position at Madrid to inspect
one of the well-known European paleo
lithic aites, that of Han lahiro, in the
Valley of the Manzanares near Madrid.
It ia predicted that the coming mobil
ization of the British naval forces will
be on a very large ecale. With the ex
ception oi the Minotaur, Indefatigable
and possibly the Lntona all the snips o!
the Portxinonth fleet reserve will be
The Cologne QaxelU alleges that the
African natives who recently rei uleed
Baron von Bulow'a forces in tbe Moshi
territory, near Kilimanjora, were sup
plied with a large number of Bnytter
rifles and ,0iKI cartridges by the British
East Inula Uompany.
The trial of I he Anarchists at Liege,
Belgium, concluded with a verdict oi
gaiity. Moineaa, the leader, was fen
tunned vt iwenty-nve year- penai serv
itude. Wolff and Beau jeau got twenty
years each, the four others fifteen years
each and nin tn shorter terms.
mxwrnrrrrr VAtttltTV STtlRX. .
)T ' LoitaRoca.Oa.
J. B Ooff. I'roprletor. .
Vmr.t alr. Ill h.lid M. Heine. C'(r and
Tolcco, flue Cml"-. 8.oot Hui.pl (.. To let
Arripi... Htailonerv. Harm and love, ncl ever
tiling eta uiually fouud In a co.niry varlel
Kvery hlnc I handle 1 flnit-ciam, and my
prl x are tb lowest Give me a triaL
-Mf. MORI AH LODGE. No. 95-
atrd io iirnnul atl u on rtr.t 8turay
... .Inia .ttrr flnl Mouda ' s of i ach molitH.
Jnnrutiw bre lir.u Ingoods'aud nsre cordially
luvlinl u at'-od. P. K CASON, W. M.
Ubrdkrt Ualstkad, BecreUry.
J, WALK KB,
CONTRAOTOR AND BUILDER,
Uam.d this bu.lneas Ihorottitily. and
am n i-nsrpd to do all kind of WOlk In this Hoe
at moderate rates. Try me.
k UHNUTON-F08iIL DAILY 8IAOK LINE.
B. A. NH.on. Proprietor,
m, rmu ahUmutonto
Fo.s'1 00 Ketnrn. ft 00
Mylltf 6 0J Keurn, 00
Condon 00 Beturn, 7 10
Clem 0u Itetnrn, 6 00
oix. l 00 Ki-tnrn, 8 00
I."avrs Arllng ou ewry mornln (Sumlay ex
eptel at:S0o"' l wk. Is dae at Condon at s
, aud arrlvis at Foll at ; r. .
TRY ONE OF-
ED It. pUliTIiEY'S $10 SUITS
Tor ffentlemen, worth $20 for wear. Twelve cloth umplea, fashion plate
and measurement blank free. Postage, 6 cents.
Ed It. Huntley & Go., Wholesale Gentile Tailors
184 MADISON STREET, CHICAGO, ILL.
When ordering samples please mention this paper.
The Chinese Renting Rooms in
the City of Tacoma.
OREGON'S WHEAT CROP FOR 1892.
Fruit Men of California in a Pleasant
Frame of Mind Composition of
V Oregon Legislature.
JOHN K.CLARK, .
All kinds of csrocnter work done with nrat
new and lilst-at-h so l t vrrr moderate ratt.
1JNDUN-I.0K KOtK OAlLY 8TAUE LINK.
U. jn. ituinenAT.. i roiinrwr.
I.r.rr. Condon eve-r mornlii Onndars ex
ceiid) a 6:10 o eloi lc. and 'riven xt Lone Back
at 1 At., via Maiuey aud Lot Val ey.
rare, 9. OO. Round Trip, 3 SO.
Many Discouraging Features in the Edu
catlonal Situation In the United
States Yale University.
BEYOND THE ROCKIES
DEPOT V. HOTEL,
Headquarters for T. P. A. N. W.
Adjoining the dnpot.lt Is v ry conn-meat for
paMriier. irom ine vm,'- icuiit; wuv
have to leav by n'.gbt tralus.
Hitr wird Dtuttch geiprochtn. . On parlt
No Chinese. Meets all train.
J. W. BENNKTT, Proprietor.
Tfe Geletrated Frencli Sure,
M or monci
ll Eolo Ot A
or any disorder ot
the generative o
gnns oi ciuicrscx,
troof B:imulnau. AFTEfl
tlon,ovfrlniIi:l-T:'JCi, do ,s JchftS Loso( Brnia
A. CANT WELL.
Lost '-Valley '.-Saw.-Mill.
CANTWELL BR08., Proprietors.
!! Kinds ot Sutuid Lumber, Rustic, .tiling and Flooring llnjs on Hand.
All timbers 4x6 and larger discounted 10 per cent, io number of
feet. All lumber discounted 10 per cent, for casn.
Condon Livery and Feed Stable,
SOUTH MAIS STREET, COKDON, OR.
OHARLE3 Fix, Proprietor.
Good horses for hiro at reasonable rates. Special attention given
to transient stock.
Fat cattle for my meat market taken on accounts,
tlon,overlnih:lt'jeo, do ,s ji:im Loof Hrola
Pnwpr. Wn!:cI-.:lnc:3.rcar:i'dovTl l'nln.ln U.:
back, Seminal VcaUaor3,IIyttcr!tt,Ncri'OU Pros
tration. Nocturntl Erjl.-sicus, 1 o :corrhoca, Dli
ln(MS,VcAk Mcscry, Lofscf l'ovrcroml Impo-
lency.wnw nitnc-icctecioiica tciwto prematuro
old a-re and Inunlty. Prlco S1.C3 a box, 6 boxes
lor 3.00. Pent by rrin'.l on receipt of price
A u ku'il.i uuAUAii i tis is given tor
every s.coort:errpcclvca,torefnndt:iemoney it
rtrmiosct c -ro it not ei.owa. we bav
thonsandsof testimonials frorao'd and Toucr.
of bothsoiM.whohavo been permanently cured
by tneusooi.apnroo.iuno. iirtuiariree. Aaarcsi
THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
Western Crunch, EoxC7.roBTLASD.Oa.
FOB SALS BY
l. W. PARLINO CO., Condon, Or.
Falir's EiMeii Female Pills
accessiully by thoas
and of prominent la
dle monthly. Thor
oughly rellablo and
saie. Worth twenty
times thtlr weight In
amid tor frmaU irrto-
vlariUet. Never known
Bent by mall sealed
Tbo Iphro Hedlelni
tO SALS B
l. W. TARt.INO A CO., Condon
Portland and San Bernardino have in
augurated a war on divea and dance-
The Utah Liberals have decided to
nominate a candidate lor delegate to
Log Angeles is having an epidemic of
burglaries, heveral expert croora are
believed to be at work.
The Sacramento Federated Trades has
begun a crusade to compel the Chinese
to move outside the city limits.
The Umatilla reservation ia overran
with large black crickets, which are
proving destructive to the grain fields.
Grasshoppers in swarms have appeared
in Williamson Valley, sixteen miles
north of Prescott, A. T., and all vegta
tion ia Buffering.
The fruit men of California were never
in better humor than at present. Tbe
rise in prices for fruit has made a delight
ful change in affairs.
The Interstate Commerce Commis
sioners will soon be in Ban Francisco to
took into the alleged discriminations on
Missouri river and Pacific Coast rates.
One hundred and fifty Japs have been
run out of Nampa and Caldwell. Idaho,
and there will probably be a further up
rising against them on the Oregon Short
The Temescal tin mine has been closed
to the public owing to the late pub
lished reports of its standing. o one
will be allowed on tbe premises except
Rev. J. A. Smith, the absconding
evangelist, has returned to Santa Crus
from Seattle in company oi me euerm.
Bail was set at 2.0U0. in lieu of which
he is in jail. lie acknowledges his guilt.
- The Wolfley Canal Company, in Mari-
oopa county, A. 1., is worxing ow men,
and the monster enterprise will be com
nleted bv November 1. The ditch is
over 00 miles in length and ia now Hear
. Tha San Lnia and San Joaanln Rail
road Company has been incorporated,
with a capital stock of $100,000, to con
struct a railroad northward from San
Luis Obisrjo to 1 Moro. a distanee of
about ten miles.
At Phienix. A. T.. four member of the
Philharmonic Band (Mexican) have
been arrested on a charge of maintain
ing a nuisance, in Dlaving their instru
menu between the hours of 10 and 12
A. M. and late at night.
Jndoe VanVleet has decided to
sign his position as Superior Judge at
Sacramento. 10 lase enect wumii vue
next lew montns. ine judge proposes
to resume the practice of bis prolession
and will locate in Ban Francisco.
Rooms at Tacoma have been rented
through third parties, presumably lor
Twin Wo. of Portland. lor the use ot
mercantile house. This is me nrst de
cisive move to estaDiisn uninese mer
chants in connection with the Northern
Pacific Oriental Steamship Une.
The weeds on the monitor Monadnock
which vessel has been lvinir. lor a year
near the ferry-gate entrance to the Mare
Island dock yard, were found to be from
three to twelve inches in length, and it
required considerable labor to get them
oil tbe hull.
Articles of incorporation of the Gran
ite and Greenhorn Consolidated Mining
ami Milling Comnanv of Granite. Grant
countv. Or., were filed in the office oJ
" . a rwy l
the Secretary ot fttate ov a. J. iaoor,
Josenh N. Ditmars and C. N. Miller
capital stock, 11,260,000.
Dun'a Commercial Agency haa advices
from every wheat-growing county in
Oreuon. ehowinor that Oregon's wheat
crop for l&ti will be 2,6)0,000 bushels
. mi 1 J i a V
less than in iai. me yieiu iu me
State of Washington will, it ia stated,
be considerably diminished.
Edward Hyatt is fitting out a camp
ing expedition to collect specimens for
the Stanford University. The object of
the trip will be to make as complete a
showing as possible of birds, snakes and
lisards of Southern California. The
trip will last about two months.
Chicago schools will coat $5,906,084 for
Tbe new fourth class at West Point
has 206 members.
Forty-three electrical engineers were
graduated from Cornell this year.
The University of Notre Dame, Notre
Dame, Ind., haa just completed its forty
Tbe total gifts to Yale during the last
year have been $600,000, while Harvard
received but $500,000.
Yale University haa lust celebrated
her one hundred and ninety-first birth
day. Old age ia honorable.
The pnpils of the Doylestown (Pa.)
public schools have about 1,400 to their
credit in the national bank.
Over 12,000 volumes have been added
to the library of Columbia College
within the last twelve months.
The commencement of the University
of Michigan was held June 30. Six hun
dred and eighty-nine students were
Philadelphia pays school teachers $420
for a first year, increasing $30 a year for
nve years, when the maximum oi $o7U
There are now seventy schools for the
deaf and dumb in the United States, and
there is also a college lor them located at
Washington, V. V.
At the recent commencement exer
cises of the Ohio Wesleyan University,
Delaware, O., a class of precisely 100 waa
graduated in the various courses.
The American Society for the Exten
sion of University Teaching has decided
io eButDtisn a university extension sem
inary for the training of lecturers and
The University of Pennsylvania has
this year 1,764 students, which makes it
fourth in tbe list of great educational in
stitutions. The three greater are Yale,
Harvard and Michigan Universities.
Cheese-making in uanada has enor
mously improved within recent years as
a result ot the method ot instruction
which has been promoted by tbe govern-
ment In sending competent instructors
among the cheesemakers.
The National Educational Association
recently in session at Saratoga, resolved
to hold no meeting in mis, out instead
to take part in tbe World's Educational
Congress to be held in Chicago during
the Uoinmbian exposition.
Tbe Ohio University at Athens enjoys
tbe unique aietincuon oi Demg the old
est institution of collegiate rank in the
Northwest territory and of antedating
all similar institutions in that region by
nearly a quarter of a century. One of
its Presidents was vr. w. a. Mctiuney,
whose series of school readers have been
in extensive use for more than a genera
tion, lis recent commencement closed
the roost successful year of its history,
both numerically and financially.
There are many discouraging features
in the educational situation in this coun
try, but there are also many signs of
progress. Education is weakest in the
secondary schools and strongest in the
universities and in tbe primary schools.
That which many of our intermediate
schools the public schools especially
lack in freshness of spirit, vitality of in
terest and variety of method the kinder
gartens and colleges and universities are
developing in a re mars a bid degree.
The spread of tbe kindergarten and the
enthusiasm with which the spiritual idea
of education behnd it Is being re
ceived premise notable results in the
Warm and Friendly Expressions of
International Good Will.
THE PRESIDENT AND KING HUMBERT
The Wheat Exports of the United States
Last Year The Canadians on
Prof. Garner Goes to Africa to Study the
Language of the Gorilla and the
Cattle in Lvon county. Tex., are
. . . - . -'
ienng irom Texas lever.
A Chicago dispatch says the whisky
trust is in danger of disruption.
The Salvation Army slum workers in
New York say the slums of that city are
as bad as those in London.
Cruiser No. 12. denominated hitherto
as the Pirate, is to be named the Colum
bia by order ef Secretary Tracy.
Dr. F. L. Sim, a noted specialist on
nervous diseases, has declared Alice
Mitchell, who shot Freda Ward at Mem
General Weaver was presented at Den
ver with a silver pen, with which to sign
tbe free-coinage bill when he is elected
President of the United States.
Local capitalists, actiag with an out-
aide syndicate, have made offers for the
purchase of some of the street railways
of New Orleans so aa to consolidate thera
The people of Louisiana have resolved
not to be drowned out again, and the
general levee system is to be raised three
feet above the height of the recent
The United States exported last year
225,000,000 bushels of wheat, its largest
export, and Eastern grain ma are of
the opinion that next mut will be atlli
The Secretary of State is advised of "
the denunciation by Salvador of the
treaty concluded in December, 1870. The
treaty will, however, continue till May
The Canadians on the question of ca
nal reprisals threaten to return blow for
blow, and if the Americans want to fight,
they can have aa much of that article aa
The most conservative estimates put
the wheat yield this year at 650.000,000
bushels and the corn yield at 1,700,000,
000. This is a falling off from 1891 on
A watch company in Canton. O.. ia
suing the American watch trust for dam
ages resulting from a boycott instituted
by tbe trust to lorce tbe company Into
Assistant Superintendent of the Coast
and Geodetic Survey Davidson will be
detailed to assist Colonel Mendell in pre
paring a plan for a system of sewerage
for San Francisco.
Of a total of 896 convicts in the Kan
sas penitentiary bat nineteen are fe
males, showing that women possess only
little more than 2 per cent, of the
cu3sedness found in men.
Commissioner of Internal Revenue
Maeon in his report for the fiscal year
ended Jnne 30 says: "The total collec
tions of internal revenue were $153,667,
543, an increase of $7,822,123 over the
The newest innovation In cars is the
" whaleback " freight car, made of steel
and said to be superior to the ordinary
square-built car. It is claimed that in
collision they will be able to withstand
an enormous push.
A sensation has been created at Den
ver by the arrest oi J. 11. uroes and J.
McDaniels, who are charged with the
robbery of President Moffatt of the First
National Bank, which created such a
sensation there years ago.
It is expected that the cable road on
Third avenue, New York, will be in op
eration by next November. The road
will be divided into tnree sections, wun
a separate cable for each section and a
different speed for each cable.
A New York vcman has been makitut
a sood thing by having her teeth pulled
a t Ia 1 1 r A.L. .
Some famous men's letters do not need
to bn burned. One of the "Iron Duke"
of Wellington haa never yet been read.
Princess Louise and President Harri
son's wife are said to be the only ladies
who have ever been permitted to enter
the cloisters of the Monastery of Santa
Tom Carter, Chairman of the Repub-
Iaah VJ .iA a 1 I UmmifraA Ska AnnA SI
book agent in Illinois, and has sold cop- by barbers and then informing on them.
,.es of the -Footprints of Time" to The line ;for the unauthorized and irreg-
Your. trade is
h M EXCHANGE V SALOON, m
P. SKELLY, Proprietor,
KEEPS OH HAND
Fresh Beer, Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
FRESH WALLA WALLA STEAMED KEG BEER UPOH ICE.
' ' '.'
A fine billiard parlor in connection. When you feel like haying
littla amusement call around and see Pat. He will treat you well.
Our Wonderful KeuIedies.
nr. Grant's fivrun of Wild Crane Root.
J .1 - -- , r , .1.
The Rreat blood purifier and system tonio. rureiy vegevame, auu
is the product of Oregon soil. Retail price, 11.
Dr. Grant's Kldnev and Liver Cure.
For the cure of Bright'a Disease, Diabetes, Biliousness, Sick Head
ache and all kidney troubles. Ketaii price,
nr. Grant's native Discovery.
The ereat female remedy. For the cure of diseases and complaint
noonfUr tr, fY.mtilflB Sold under a Dositive guarantee. Ketaii
nr. Grant's Cloalo.
The great dyspepsia conqueror; will positively cure dyspepsia and
all its kindred ailments. Every bottle sold under a positive guar,
antee to effect a cure or money refunded. Retail price, $1.
Manufactured bv O. W. R. CO.. Portland, Or.
For Sale by L. 7. Darling & Co., Condon, Or.
Mr. Moody will not return to America
In time to conduct his general conference
at North held this year, and vr. A. J.
Gordon of Boston will have charge of the
meetings in his absence.
William T. Adams, better known as
Oliver Optic." has written altogether
more than 100 books for boys, and he is
nw bnsv at work with another, sir.
.dams is 70. but well enoush preserved
to last for thirty years to come.
Some New England newspapers speak
of Miss Kuth liurnett, wao is a postu
lant for admission into one of the Cath
olic sisterhoods, as a niece of James Rus
sell Lowell. The Boston Herald sets
them right by declaring her a sister of
the poet's son-in-law.
Josephine Werner, a New York confl
dence woman with the expressive alias
of " Weeping Caroline," has been sen
fenced to five years' imprisonment lor
obtaining money tinder false pretenses.
For thirty years she has oied the char
itable by way of her tear ducts and false
rianoral TTIrhv KmitV. children all
have ' Kirby " in their names, and there proval of the way he has been treated in
ra n cm-out. mint nf r.hfim. Thn Aldrich the Tribune and askinK if Mr. Medill as-
collection of autographs in Dea Moines, sumed the responsibility. Mr. Medill is
Ia., has just been enriched by General 66 years of age. He looks on the letter
Smith's last official order in the Confed- as a challenge, but says he is willing to
erate service, commanding an aide at meet the Marquie in a twenty-iour-iooi
New Orleans to turn over some funds to ring In Jackson Park with stoves, ms
Oftneral Oanbv. the Federal commander kets or anything suitable. The Ttikmnt
there. treats the matter femmorooaly.
ular pulling of a tooth by any tonsorial
praotitioner in that city is $50.
At one time there were $3,000,000,000
of United States bonds out, payable in
gold money or its equivalent. These
have been redeemed, exeept about $500,-
000,000, and most of these are held
against national ban a currency.
SL Louis will have over six miles ot
illuminated streets during the autumnal
festivities. There will not be Isss than
fifty arches and over 75,000 electric lamps
and gas jets in each night's display.
The electric-light companies are putting
in engmea and dynamos especially wr
At Cincinnati last week waa a gather-.
ing of leading capitalists to discuss
proposition to organise a steamsnip une
between New Orleans and Sooth Ameri
can ports. The sum of. $4,000,000 has
already been subscribed, and $2,000,000
is asked from Cincinnati and other cities
that will be benefited by the direct trade
with South American ports.
A letter has been received by Editor
Medill of tbe Chicazo Tribune from the
Marquis de Mores, expressing disap-