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THE OFFICIAL AND LEADING PAPER
OF GILLIAM COUNTY.
HAS THREE TIMES THE CIRCULATION
OF ANY PAPER IN THE COUNTY.
, HJBL1SHD EVERY fRlQAY BY ,
8LOAM P. 8HUTT,
Professional cards..- II 00 per month
One (quire 1 80 per mouth
One-quuter column. I 60 per mouth
One half column t 00 per month
One column .. ......10 00 per mouth
Botlneu locals will be charged at 10 cent per
line for flrrt insertion and 6 centi per Una there
after, Legal advertlsementi will in all cases be
charged to the party ordering them, at legal
rates, and paid for before affidavit is furnished
Editor mad Proprietor.
One yer (invariably lu advance) 1
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VOL. 2. CONDON, GILLIAM CO.. OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1893. NO. 43.
Kntertd at the Pontujlct at Condon, Oregon, at
lecund cUut matt matter,
Vlfla TrmlUunt ,
Henretary of Hlate
Htwrotary of Treasury
Kenrotary of Interior
fMwrolsry of War
Heorulary of Navy
beoretary of Agrlaulture.
I.ivi p. MOMTOM
John W. Kostsr
J. W. Now.s
.....Htkhhkh B. Ki.aiws
B. f, Tracv
..W II. II. Mll.LIR
" SUte of Or.a-on.
Governor .... 8. PrMHovsa
HeoreUry ol Btata (I W. McHkids
Treaserer Pint. Mt:iiaK
Altorny-Ueneral Oso. K Chamrkri.aik
Hunt, of rubllo Instruction B. It. M.Ki.aov
' (J. K. MlTUHSM.
Deuators..t..N..f.M ij. K. l)oi.rii.
' ' IB. llSBMAMN
Congressmen w. k. Klm
' Pilnter....,.....;....... Frahk O. JUaaa
Sr. A. MOKK
W. f IP.
it. 8. II1IA.
Reveulh Judicial JHstrlot.
Clroalt Judge W, I.. Iliunmuw
Prescutliig Attorney W. H. Wilhoh
Member state Hoard J. L. Lues a v
Joint denalor .. W. W. Tiwa
Keprtssoutatlve..... ...! J. Hoooricm
J sign. , W.J. Mariner
. , IW. J. KrtWARos
Commissioners JlM,, R ka,,,,tm
Clerk ...... Ut P. l.i'CA
Hberlff. W. I.. Wiixo
Treasurer Hkrrkrt IIalstiad
AsmwMir. VaL Whsri.sk
Hurveyor W. W. Krnnroy
rX'lnml Hiiuerlutadwul Luchrh Parrrr
Coronur ....DR. John Musmk
tKeuk luspwtor.... r. Atas Dunits
Justices of the Peaca.
Arlington ..m VY. O. Zstoiaa
. Bial.u k O. Parrish
. tarKok .rek .. ..U. I). Rahdai.i,
' tk)ii.lon - 1. R. Clark
Kvrry Csnvou.. ....... P. K. Caso
1me hiM it. ....... ,.M. O. Clause
Mayvllie .. O. Jf. Qdikr
Fossil ............... ....8 Dokaldsor
Kowe Crwk. , 1, i. Martin
:rown Kwk . L. H. Halr
Trail Ytt...... T. K. Barton
Union Paclflo Hallway Time Card.
Tralnsarrlve and leave Arlington as follows:
Train Me. 3, fast mall, leaves Arlington dally
at T.Vi a. m. ,
No. H, Atlantle express, leaves Arlington daily
etS:ti r. h.
No. 1, 1'snlllo express, leaves Arlington dally
ar;u r. . . ..
Train No. 7, fast mall, leaves Arlington dally
at U At a. M.
HRrrNRK BRANCH TRAINS.
Train Nn. 10 arrives from Heppner dally.
Cept Uunilsy, st 1:1. r. M.
No. U sv.ii tor Heppuer dally, except Hun
dsy, ai3:M f . m. , .
Turaiixh tlckoU sold and bsnsge clierked
through to all points In the Uiilwd rliaugs and
8. COLLIN 8, Ticket Agent,
Ay, St A. M.-Sir. MOKIAII I.01XIR, No.
, Hiatixl comma nlcat Ions nit OrstHstardsy
evenliiKS sftor first Mondays of ach mouth. Ho
limriiliig brethren In good slaudlugsre cordially
luvllel to attend. P. K. CAHUN, W. M.
Jay P. Lucas, Secretary.
jKUN0TOS-FO8tU. DAILY 8TAGK USB.
E. A. Niltan, Proprietor.
rAHR VROM ARUNOTONTO
Fossil W l Uetnn,$IO 00
Mayville ft 00 Keturn, 00
Condon.. 4 00 .. Roturn, T M
C lent 8 00 Return, 6 00
Olex i 00 Return, ' 8 00
lavrs Arllmctoii every morning (Humlsy es
ruiel at o'clock. Isdaeat Coudun at Sr. M.,
and srrlvra at Fossil at 7 f. N.
ComlorlsUe eoatlies and cereful, experleuced
10NDON-I.OSB ROCK DAILY BT AO K LINK.
1. M. Rlnehart. Proprietor.
Leaves Condon every morning (Handays ex
cspiwl) at t;W o'clock, and arrives st lone Rock
at U M., via Matuey and Lout Vatley.
rare. 4.00. Round Trip, 3.00.
TR. J. J. IIOQAN,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office Oregon are., bvtwocu Catholic Church
and realdeuce of M. P. Hliutt.
R. JOHN NICKI.IN,
Offlre-Flrst aoor west of Globe office.
OKO. W. OOOOX. W. R. Rl'RNHAM.
OODE A DUKNHAM,
, Attorney at Law,
Abntranttng, collecting an Insurance business
atteudvd to. . .,
Lost': Valley: Saw: Mill.
CANTWELL BROS., Proprietors.
All Kinds of Surfaced Lumber, Rustic,
All timbers 4x6 and larger discounted 10 per cent, in number of
...a 1 A 1
feet. All lumber discounted lu per
P. SKELLY, Proprietor,
KEEPS ON HAND
M Fresh Beer, Wines,
FEESH WALLA WALLA STEAMED KEG BEEK UP03J IOE.
A fine billiard parlor in connection. When you feel like having a
littlt arausemant call around ana
J AY P. LUCAS, Couiity Clerk,
dors all linbs or
LAND AND NOTARY BUSINESS
In neat and carefnl manner.
Notary Public and Conveyancer,
Collections made with dispatch.
Iteiirsseuts the Uermau-Ainerlcan and the
Northwest Fire and Marine Insurance Company.
TOK KKUABLE FIRK INSURANCE
AfFLV TO THB
Phoenix or Hartforo."
Cath AmtU, 4,Mi,K.. '. '
Herbert Halstead, Agent, Condon, Or.
Postoffice Variety Store,
LOME HOCK, OR.
J. B. GOFF, Proprietor,
-KKEP8 ALWAYS ON HAND-
Medieines, Cigars, Tobaccos,
Fine Candles, School Supplies,
Toilet Articles, Stationery, Harps
and Toys, .
And everything else nsnallr found In a country
variety store. Kvvrvthlng 1 handle is flrst-class,
and my prices are the lowest, dive me a trial.
Condon Blacksmith Shop
G, S. CLARK, Proprietor.
General Blacksmitbing and Wood Work.
The only Brst class horseshoer In the county.
Come to my shop if yon want flrst-class
work at low rates.
The onty firs'.aM blacksmith in Condon, and
, the outyene who Is able to advertise.
Mhop in large new building on Mslu street,
Condon, Or. '
ThiWrated French (Jure,
Ji 8ou Olf A
to cure anr form
Of nervous dleae
or any disorder o
the generative or
gans oi etui ersci,
lEfORF UMofHtlmuUnts. AFTER
Tobacoo or Opium, or throuKb youthful lndlsm-
tloo.ovprlnilulk'ruce.ie .suchas Loof Ilrala
Power, Wkfliiliii'w, livarliirdowu Pains in the
baok.Hemlusl Weakuess, Hysteria, Nervous Pros
tration, Nocturnal Kmlsslons, Leuporrhaa, Dl
liniws,Wpslt Memory, Loss of power and Impo
tenoy, which If ncgloctel often Icadtn premature
old sirn and insanity. Prica 11.00 a box, 6boxes
lor .vflft nt by mall on rcrcliit of price
A WltlTfKN sltJA RANTER Is given lot
every f.'xOOonlerrwplvdl, to refund themrmey If
a Permanent cure) is noteftVu-d. We have
thousands of testimonials from old and young,
of bnthsexa,whohave born permanently ennKl
bytheuseof Aphrodttlna. Clrcalarlree. Address
THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
Western Branch, Box 27. Pobtlskk Oa.
FOR SALR BY .
L. XV. DARLING CO., Condon, Or.
Faber's Gelden Female Pills
aaccessfully by thoas
ands of prominent la
dles montAly. Thor
oagbly reliable and
sale. Worth twenty
times their weight In
fold for female irrto-
ulariUei. Never known
Sent by mall sealed
The Apbro Medicine
Box S7. ' Portland, Oregon.
FOB SAI.R BY
L. W. DARLING CO., Condon, Or.
A. CANT WELL.
Gelling, and Flooring Always on Hand.
ceni. ior casn.
Liquors and Cigars.
rat. na wm ireai you weu.
FROM WASHINGTON CITY.
Two reari aito Senator Free prophesied
that time wooid ihow that the Panama
canal ecbeme was corrupt, and that
wumn a year or two iignt woma oe
thrown upon it and the Itepnblio wonld
tremble under the shock. That condi
tion exists to-day. There has been some
talk to tne enect that trie Jfanama and
Nicarasiia canal schemes are parallel.
and thst the disaster that has overtaken
the French people will came public men
in this country to hesitate in giving their
votes to sanction a guarantee of Nicar
agua bonds, (earing that a scandal might
result. Mr. Frye sees nothing of the
kind, and is emphatic in his declaration
to that effect. , Said he: "There la a
very good reason to advance, which is
that the government should exercise
supervision over the Nicaragua canal
and control all that is done there. There
is no reason why any legislator should
do airaia to cast His ballot lor a bill
which has this end in view. I believe
this measure will pass the Senate, but of
course such a prediction cannot be made
as to tne House. It can hardly be sup
posed that the bill will meet with favor
there, inasmuch as it contemplates the
expenditure of public money, and such
expenditures are opposed on that side of
In all the recently written matter
about the depleted condition of the
United States Treasury little or no ac
count has been taken of the fact that
with each passing year the Treasury
is a large gainer by the complete de
struction by casualty of its outstandins-
obligations. How much this amounts
to the best statisticians of the Treasury
Department have no means cf definitely
ascertaining. No two figures are alike.
Since 1802, when the government began
to issue paper money, $5,819,620,108 had
been issued up to July 1, 1802. Within
the same period $4,852,461,620 were re
deemed, leaving outstanding Jnly 1,
1802, a liability against the government
of $967,177,470. In an exhaustive in
quiry on the subject made by United
States Treasurer Hyatt it is estimated
the aggregate loss on all issues, up to
January, 1888, would not be less than
19,700,000. This estimate did not in
clude fractional currency, the 60 cents,
25 cents, 10 cents and 6-cent shin-
plasters in such extensive circulation for
a few years following the war. United
States Treasurer Nebeker, in his report
this year, states that more than f 15,000,
000 of this fractional currency is out
standing, though it has practically gone
out of circulation, and hut little more
than S4.0W was presented lor redemp
tion last year. What is outstanding is
held, to a great extent, by collectors of
coin, and its value as such is greater
than its face value. The aggregate
United States currency, fractional and
otherwise, estimated to be destroyed
and not likely to be presented for re
demption, approximates, by these fig
ures, more than l4,uuu,uuo. A recent
estimate prepared in the Treasury De
partment places tne sum as nigh as izu,-
000,000. The money can only be taken
out of the liabilities of the government
by Congressional enactment, and this
will probably be attempted in the near
Leaving Portland, 1:45 1. M.
" 7:30 P. M.
tS5H DAYS TO
7 Hours Quicker to St Paul.
23 Hours Quicker to Chicago.
40 Hours Quicker to Omaha and Kansas
PULLMAN and TOURIST 8LEEPERS
FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS,
"For rates and general Information call on or
address w. it. HUKl.niiKT,
Asalntant General Passenger Agent, 254 Washing
ton street, cor. Third. PORTLAND, OR.
For Sale by L. 7.
trloa ai.0 and
New Line of Steamships Between
San Diego and Mazatlan.
THE MERGANTHALER AT ASTORIA.
A Proposition Made to Extend the Rail
road From Juliaetta to Lewis
ton, Idaho Etc.
Yuma is having new water works.
Portland is overrun with burglars and
The Piutes in Nevada have been hav
ing rabbit drives.
Aurora, Nov., once had 5,000 popula
tion. It now baa twenty-five.
A jetty is to be at once constructed at
the mouth of San Diego harbor.
Unusual profits are being made by
olive culturista in Southern California
A general reduction of miners' wages
throughout the territory of Utah is
Orange-growers are getting $3.25 per
box delivered at the depot at Los An
geles, which is a very good figure. .
The jury in the case of School Super
intendent Harwood, charged at Santa
Barbara with altering the records, has
failed to agree.
The entire news matter of the Atlorian,
published at Astoria, Or., is now set on
a Merganthaler linotype machine, the
only one in use on the Coast.
A new line of steamships is about to
be established between San Diego and
Mazatlan, Mexico, the first steamer leav
ing San Diego about Jauuary 15.
Two alleged witches were tortured to
death by the Zuni Indians in New
Mexico a tew days ago. Trouble will
probably result in an effort of the United
States to make arrests for the deed.
FarmArl in Afavln nnn t tw a.n.n
ially in the lowlands near the coast, are
complaining of a weed that has germi
nated of late from the rich soil, which
tne cows eat and wnicn gives a peculiar
taste to the milk, so much so that in
some districts the milk is unpalatable.
it auects tne butter made from the same.
A proposition has been made to extend
the railroad from Juliaetta to Lewiaton,
Idaho, before the nextcrop is harvested,
if a subsidy of $75,000, together with the
right ol way tnrougn tne town, is given.
The people are enthusiastic on the sub
ject, and the terms will undoubtedly be
Citizens of Idaho Falls have purchased
a whole section of school land, which
they offer as a site for the State Agricul
tural College. In addition to this en
ticing inducement, the argument Is ad
vanced that Idaho Falls Is desirably
situated and possesses many features
calculated to reader it a suitable place
tor tne college.
Owing to the continued low prices of
silver and lead tne Niagara group ol
mines, at Bingham. U. T.. on which
over $500,000 is invested, have been shut
down, and tne managers of the Old Jor
dan group have notified their men that
they will have to accept a reduction in
wages or nnd tnemselves out of employ
ment. Reliable persons who have just re
turned to Boise. Idaho, from IHamond
Basin, in Owyhee county, denounce the
reported find of diamonds in that region
as a hoax, lhey declare that tne story
that Kunz, the expert from Amsterdam.
had discovered a great diamond-bearing
ledge over there is false and they assert
positively that Kunz did not drive even
a prospect bole in the imaginary ledge.
The San Francisco Morning Call states
that there is a prospect of a lively meat
war in San Francisco as the result of the
establishment of Philip D. Armour's big
stock yards and slaughter-house plant
at Baden. The South San Francisco
slaughter-house men, who have con
trolled the San Francisco meat trade for
so many years, do not like the idea of
competition, and are trying to make the
retail Dutcners Dovcott Armour's estab
ment. Armour's representative at San
Francisco, Thomas Newton, declares that
U the boycott is attempted bis company
will open retail butcher shops ell over
the city and will sell meat at rates with
which other butchers cannot hope to
IS IN THE
DARLING & CO.
.00 par Bottta.
The Aluminium Works in Switzerland
the Largest in the World Busi
ness In the South.
There are 673 newspapers in India.
The electric snoW plow is promised.
Germany has a 4,000-ton forging press.
St. Louis will have a 25,000-pound belt.
Japan mines have 150.000.nno tana of
The CheaarjeikA nvatar nrnn will Ka
light. ' '
The Central Paiflo. hoa 123 nmV.nnnn1
It takes twelve tna nlanta (a mw a
pound of tea.
There are 469 aWtrfo railmaila In tha
Manufacturers of school furniture have
formed a trust
Kansas is the onlv State in the Union
that produces reeled silk.
The Congressional library buildins will
contain 25,000,000 bricks.
Bridgeport. Conn., is to have electric
power furnished by water.
Minneapolis is making 38.000 barrels
of flour on an average day.
This country has 70.000 lawvera. 11.000
of whom are in New York city.
Very good clothing for 8outh Sea Isl
anders is made from palm trees.
The electric aleigh is announced for
use in the snowy Northern States.
Beetaurants will be provided in the
World's Fair to seat 45,000 persona.
A New York bridge comoanv is to is
sue bonds that are to run for 2,450 years.
The smoky taste in Scotch whiskv ia
due to the use of peat in the manufact
ure. In 1800 our product of hardware was
valued at $100,000; in 1838 at $970,000,
000. Scandinavian sailors are said to pre
dominate on vessels of nearly all nation
alities. The profits from the sale of the works
of Charles Dickens still amount to $40,
000 a year.
A man in Maine has built an immense
lobster pond, and will put into it about
A mixture of rye flour and peanuts
has boon recently used by the German
health authorities in bread-making.
About 9.6J0.0OO kids are slaughtered
in Europe annually to supply the one
town in France where gloves are made.
The last census places the number of
mlloa If Hllmul in Um m.M m Vtl OOO
of which 44.18 per cent are in the United
Thirteen million tons of coal are
burned in London yearly. About 4.000.-
000 tons are utilized by the gas-mann-
The report of the Michigan State Salt
Inspector shows that last year 3.812.054
barrels ef salt were inspected, 115,617
Darreia less toan in iyi.
One of the most extensive concerns in
Maine has been experimenting on an
ingenious process of burning lime with
oil instead of with wood.
The largest telephone center in the
world ia that in the exchange in Berlin,
Germany, where 7,000 wires are con
nected with the main office.
There are 1C9.000 locomotives in the
world ; 63,00 of them run in Europe,
40,000 in America, 3,300 in Asia, 2,000 in
Australia and 700 in Africa.
Probably the heaviest rudder on rec
ord is that made for the torpedo boat
Vulcan, it was forged in single Pieces.
and weighs twenty-two tons.
Somebody has said that if Pasteur
were paid a royalty on all the money he
has saved to the commercial world he
would be the richest man on earth.
Business operations in the South con
tinue to feel the spur growing out of the
rise in cotton. Coal, iron, steel and
lumber industries are particularly active.
The aluminium works in Switzerland.
the largeet in the world, use a water
power of 1,500-horse power, and turn
out about 1,200 pounds of the metal
Yictorien Sardou Said to be the Possessor
of a Remarkably Fine Collection
of Souvenirs Etc.
Mr. Gladstone has decided not to ap
point any successor to Tennyson as poet
laureate. A very sensible thing to do.
When Mr. Cleveland becomes Presi
dent he wiU find that there are 24.132
more officeholders than there were when
he left the White House in 1889.
Franklin W. Smith of Boston is stUl
agitating the establishment of the na
tional gallery of history and art in Wash
ington to cost ultimately $10,000,000.
Charles Frohman, the theatrical man
ager, has between fifteen and twenty
companies out this season, and is prob
ably entitled to the distinction of being
tne JNapoieon oi tne business.
Miss Flora Stevenson, member of the
Edinburgh School Board, has been made
an Honorary ellow of the Educational
Institute of Scotland. Miss Stevenson
is the first woman thus honored.
Le Caron is so well pleased with the
success of his book, "The Reminis
cences of a Spy," for the manuscript of
which he received $5,000, that he pro
poses to start a weekly paper in London.
Yictorien Sardou has a remarkably
fine collection of souvenirs in his apart
ment in the Rue)de Madrid. Paris. There
are decorations which came from the
home of Cavour, the Italian statesman,
and others by Van Blaremberghe and
Fragonard ; there is an original design
by Fredenbord ; a splendid chef d'oeuvre
in Florentine marble representing a
church angel of the sixteenth century
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noiuing a goia oaanueiier. ,
BEYOND THE ROCKIES
The National Council of Women
Fulminates at Chicago.
AN OLD MAN CHARGED WITH BIGAMY
Crusade Against the Habit of Spitting on
the Floors of Public Convey
. ances In Brooklyn.
Two old women in Delaware have been
arrested as witches.
The valuation of the pate of Maine is
placed at $265,000,000.
The year's flour output promises to be
the greatest ever known.
Kansas mines produced 69,000,000
bushels of coal thia year.
The ladies of Brooklyn are organizing
to demand cleaner streets.
Starvation is reported among both set
tlers and Indians in Oklahoma.
A recent hailstorm in Texas was of ice
pellets that weighed two pounds.
A menagerie to cost $1,500,000 is being
talked about for the World's Fair.
There is a report that the Gulon Une
of steamers is going out of business. .
The Ohio and Mississippi railroad may
be controlled by the Baltimore and Ohio.
The numbering of the people of Phil
adelphia by the police cost just $2,253.66.
Columbus (O.) saloons must close at
midnight by order of the Chief of Police.
Cornelius Yanderbilt has given $5,000
to the police pension fund of New York
Commercial travelers, it is said, sup
port two-thirds of the country hotels in
A public census of Philadelphia just
taken shows it to have a population of
There never was such a rush of sugar
and molasses into the New Orleans mar
ket as now.
Secretary of the Treasury Foster says
there is no occasion for alarm in finan
Secretary Foster's efforts to retain gold
in the Treasury are said to be meeting
Large seizures of illicit distilleries
have been made in Wilkes and Catawba
counties, N. C.
Great distress is reported in Western
and Northwestern Kansas as a result of
the cold weather.
The packing-house business at Chicago
has reached a condition of dullness un
paralleled in years.
Congressman Scott proposes to push
bis bill increasing the whisky tax from
90 cents to $1.25 per gallon.
South Carolina's Senate has passed to
its third reading the bill making the
Biaie lis own saioonxeeper.
A most exhaustive trial of the dynam
ite cruiser Vesuvius and her guns is to
be made by the government
Frauds in the weighing of an Mr for
bounty have been discovered, so govern
ment ouiciais at Auania say.
February 25 will witness the formal
opening of the new European steamship
une unaer ine American nag.
Pierre Lorillard was horsewhipped in
front of a New York hotel bv a cabman
on whom he attempted to impose.
The scope of the bureau of military
information is being extended and per-
leciea Dy secretary oi war isikina.
The Yaaui Indians have defeated"
Mexican troops sent to subdue themV
and driven from the Indian town of Be-
len all the Spanish traders and their
Thn N&tinnal rVinnnil nf Wnman m.
cently in session at Chicago, sent forth
t 1 3l i A. W7I t i i
a luimuuvion against rrencn neeis, cor
sets, tight sleeves and street dresses with
An electrically controlled machine
which will effectively stamp 30,000 let
ters in an hour is one of the interesting
inventions that haa hmm adnntari In tha
Senator Cullom proposes amendments
to the interstate commerce law whereby
witnesses can be rjroter.tod whan vivimr
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Dartmouth College at Hanover. N. H.
has received a bequest of $200,000 from
the late Ralph Butterfield, M. D., of
IYHUBUB iiiy, mo.
The Continental block at Douglass and
Fifteenth streets, Omaha, has been
burned. The building and business
losses are nearly $500,000.
John D. Rockefeller has given another
$1,000,000 to the University of Chicago.
Thia makes $3,600,000 which the mill- 1
ionaire has given to the university.
The women of Danville, III, are arm
ing themselves with revolvers and prac
ticing at shooting since the acquittal of
the man who made an assault upon Nel
lie Henderson in that city.
The Directors of the Women's Health
Protective Association of Brooklyn have
inaugurated a crusade against the habit
of spitting on the floors of public con
veyances and various public waiting sta
Out of the 250 miles of passenger rail
way tracks in Boston 120 are equipped
with heavy girder rails and trolley wires,
and the process of change from horse
power to electric traction goes steadily
The Solicitor of the Treasury is of the
opinion that the use of the Columbian
half-dollar coins in the manufacture of
various articles as souvenirs, such aa
spoons, forks, etc., would be a violation
of the law,