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VOL. 2. CONDON, GILLIAM CO.. OREGON, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 17, 1893. NO. 48.
TKS OFFICIAL AND LEADING PAPE3
OF GILLIAM COUNTY.
Entered at tlw Pottojflct at Condon, Oregon, at
tcond-clau mall matter.
Vulttid BUtea. '
Prwldeut ....BitwJAiim ruaaisox
Vloe Frldent ..I-vi P. MoRTOM
rkwiretary of Htate ,.,.... John W. Korr
Becretary of Treasury . C'mas. Kosria
Hwrelary of Interior.,.. J. W, Nomi.
Bemretary of War HTaJPHSJH B. Ki.kiks
Hevretaty of Navy -B. F. Iiucr
fotmasier-(ieneral ...John Waiiaiiah
AtUrney-Uearl W H. H. MlU-aa
Secretary of Agrlsalture Jihkhiah Kvbk
' State of Oregon.
Governor.. ,........... Prriijotga
nonrotary ol Htate W. MuBwus
Treasarar Klllt Mkiwha
Attorimy-tieneral ao. K CiiAir.Bi.Ain
Hunt, of rubllo lustruoiiou K. H. McKi,o
. (J. H. MlTUHKM,
Benatorf jj. N. lXH.ru.
Congressmen ... w. k. Km.is
Muter...... .....FiuNjt p. BAgait
P. A. Moor
Supreme Judge jw. lw.
Seventh Judicial District.
Circuit Judge .'.W. I BRAMHAW
ProwwutliiK Attorney .........W. If. Wii.mm
Member Htate Board J. 1 LvvX
Joint Senator .W. W. Btkiwisr
Kepreseutatlve ....U J. Uooumi.H
judge W. J. Marirr
, . IW. J. Ko WARMS
CommtMlou.rs Bi kawtok
Clerk. ........ tucAg
HherlfT. W. I.. Wn.cox
Tiwaiurer - HuRRRRT HAl.rrAD
AsaesMtr ............... ... V a b W ii KKl.sa
Hurveyor W. W. Kikkriiv
Hobool Kurlukmlut .- 1-tn isn Parkkr
Coroner J'HH Nm:MH
Stock lnsHN!tor.... ....AlkX Uuthi
Justices of the feaoe.
Arlington.... VY. O. Zsior.iea
lllalock ...O. 1'ARRISH
KiM k Creek. ..H. D. Kaniiai.1.
. ..J. k. Clark
Kerry Csnyim. .............. ..P. K. Co)
ljlllB KK'k. .............. ........... M O. CLARK R
Mayvllle '. J.
KiWll. MM M..0AN DnNAUMOM
Howe Creek............. .......... J. U artin
(,'rowu Rock , h H. HAI.R
Trail Kork... T. K. Bartor
I'nlon Paelfle Kallwar Tim Card.
Trains arrive and tear Arlington as follows:
Train Ne S, fast mall, leave Arllugton dally
No. h, Atlantlo exprsss, leave Arlington dally
at a 'A2 r. st
No. 1, Paelfle express, leave Arlington dally
at 2:11 f . x.
Traiii No. 7, fast mall, Wave Arlington dally
ml AH A H
MRrrRIR RRAMCIt TRAIWS.
Train No. to arrive from Heppner dally. t
. Cfpt Huuday, at 1:16 r. M.
No. leaves tor Heppner dally, except Bun-
aay. atS M P.
Through tlnkeU sold and baggage checked
throuah to all eolnl In the United Htate and
to ail point in wie umwu .
8. COLLINS Ticket Agent,
A If. A A. M.-MT. MORIAM IXJlXlE, No. 5
, Htated communications on first Baturday
evenliigs after first Mondays of each month. So
journing brethren in good stauding are cordially
invited to attwul. P. F. CASUN, W. M.
Jay P. I-.'a, Secretary.
Trunuton-koWil DAILY 8TAOB USE.
K. A. Nelara, Proprietor.
ARI rRoU ARUWUTOR TO
,ssll...... ou m Return, 110 00
lavilla. ft 00.. m Heturo, 00
Condon 00 Return, 7 W
Clem ..... 8 W - Return, 8 00
tilex 00 Return, 8 00
Ueves Arlington every morning (Kumlay ex
ceptfld'nt t o'clock. Is due at Condon at r. m.,
and arrives at Foasll at 7 r. X.
Comfortable coaches and esreful, experienced
10NDON-I.ONE ROCK DAILY 8TA0K LINK.
, I. M. Klnehwrt. Proprietor.
leaves Condon every morning (Sunday ex
Ccplcd) at C.HO o'clock, aud arrive at Lone Rock
at i'i M; via Malney and Lost Valley.
Pnre. wH.OO. Bound Trip. 3 BO.
TH. J. J. HOOAN,
PHYSICIAN AND 8URQEON,
Office Oregon are., between Catholic. Church
. and residence of ri. r. biium. .
R. JOHN NICKUN,
Office First ooor west of Own office.
UKO. W. COOUg, W. R. BURN HAM.
OODE 4 BURNHAM,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Abstracting, collecting ani Insurance bnslnes
Lost . Valley
CANTWELL BROS., Proprietors.
All Kinds ot Surfaced Lumber, Rustic, Celling and Flooring Always on Hand
All timbers 4xG and larger discounted 10 per cent, in number o
feet. All lumber discounted IU per
P. SKELLY, Proprietor,
KEEPS ON HAND
Fresh Beer, Wines,
' ' IEESH WALLA WALLA BTEAMXD KEG BEER' UPON IOE. '
A fine billiard parlor in connection. When you feel like having
UtU amusement call around and see Pat. He will treat you well.
JJARLINQ t HENDRICKS,
Attorneys at Law,
Notaries Public and Conveyaiceri,
Condon! Or. (
Collections and Insurance. Term reasonable.
Office between drug- store and postofflce, Main
AY P. LUCAS, County Clerk,
DOM ALL MKM Or
LAND AND NOTARY BUSINESS
In s neat and careful manner.
JIOR RELIABLE FIRE INSURANCE
AtriX TO TM .
phcenix of Hartford." -
CasA Aueti, pfitt,fU.ii.
Herbert Halstead, Agent. Condon, Or.
Postoffice Variety Store,
LOBE KOCK. OB.
J. B. GOFF, Proprietor,
-KEKP8 ALVj'AYS ON HAND
(fledicines, Cigars, Tobaccos,
' Fine Candles, School Supplies,
Toilet Articles, Stationery, Harps
And everything else nsuallr found In country
variety atom. Kvervthlng I handle Is drst-clans,
and my prices are in lowest. Give nt a trial.
Condon Blacksmitli Shop
G. S. CLARK, Proprietor.
General BltcksmtthiDg and Wood Work.
The only first class horseshoer In the county.
Coin to my shop If yon want first-class
work at low rate.
The only flrst'.as blacksmith In Condon, and
the only ene who I able to advertise.
Khop In large new building on Main street,
Condon. Or. '
Ti3 Geklrated French Cure,
I Bold oit A
of nervous diseaMS
or any disorder of
the generauve or
gans of either sex,
t mm theercesaiva
BEFORF useol StlmulanU. AFTER
Tobacco or Opium, or through yonthiul lixl
En, vvcr louuiKv-ui-w, u. , iui-u sut ui oniiu
cr, Wakefulness, llearlngdown Pains lu the
k.Hemlual Weak nusa. Hysteria, Nervous Pros
tration, Norm rnnl Kmlsslona, Leucorrhu-a, Ulx
linens, Weak Memory, Loss of Power and Impo
tenry, which if neglcctedof ten lead to premature
old aire and Insanity. Price St .00 box, 6 boxes
forl.Y "0. Hentbymallonropfliptof price
A WKlTi EN SllJABANTEK is given for
every liuoonlerrecelvcd, to refund the money If
Permanent cure la not effected. We have
thounandsof testimonial from old and yonng.
Ly the use of AphrodlUne. Clrcularfree. Address
THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
Westera Branch, Box 27. I'outlaku Oa
rOR SALR BY
L. W. DARLING CO.. Condon. Or.
Faber's Bolifen Female Pills
Menstruation, u sea
uccesfully by thous
ands of nromlueut la
dies fnontAfy. Thor
oughly reliable and
sale. Worth twenty
time their weight In
old for female irreo-
ularittet. Never known
Sent bv mall aealed
Tbi Apbro Medicine
' FOR SAL BY
L, W. DARLING CO., Condon, Or.
' ' Saw .' Mill.
cent, ior caun.
Liquors. and Cigars
U T J M
he Gold and Silver Output of Mexico for
the Past Twelve Years The
Ivory Trade Increasing.
Fonr-fifthi of the eneinei now working:
in the world have been constructed dur
ing, the bust twenty-five yean.
In making champagne the erapei are
squeezed fix time, each preianre mak
ing wine of a different quality.
One of the oldest and moot conserva
tive trust companies in Philadelphia
holds $330,000,000 of trust esUtes. .
Electricity is need for making (orirlngs.
anzere. railroad suikes. ball bearing and
other article! hitherto made by band.
The value of the honey and wax pro
duced in the United States during the
past year has been estimated at $20,000,-
It is said all the building trades of
Chicago will on April 1 demand increased
pay and a contract excluding non-naion
Horses are so plentiful in Buenos
Ayres that everybody has at least one.
It is said that even the beggars beg on
Emrlish capitalists are reported to
have become interested in the coal fields
of Ohio county, Ky., and propose to de
velop tn em.
The Lamruedoe Ship Canal in France.
bv a short passage of 148 miles, saves a
sea voyage of 2,000 miles by the straits
The hours of 7,000 men on the Union
Pacific railroad system have been re
duced from nine to eight and only seven
A druggist at Chicago believes that if
he could secure the soda water privileges
at the World's Fair his fortune would be
made for life.
An ingenious Boston man has just pat
ented an electrical device designed to
automatically play banjos, mandolins,
guitars and Harps.
A year ago there were only fiftypeople
. the mining settlement of Cripple
Creek, Col. Now It is a thriving town
of 10,000 inhabitants.
Four hundred acres of land in Linn
county. Mo., fenced and seeded to tim
othy, put without buildings, was re
cently sold for (30 an acre.
The largest telephone center in the
world is that in the Exchange in Berlin,
Germany where 7,000 wires are con
nected with the main office.
An inventor who recently had an idea
patented in every country of the world
where the patent law exists had to pay
ust $14,(60 for the privileges.
One hundred thousand tons of silver
and 300 tons of gold, representing a
money value ol H.SSJ.OW.UOU, nave Deen
produced in Mexico since 1881.
A recent invention is a new type of
refrigerator car that can be run for
twenty days without re-icing. It is
charged with ice and certain chemicals.
There is a scheme on foot for the estab
lishment of a $5,000,000 steel plant at
Galveston, Texas, similar to the steel
works at Chicago, Pittsburg and Cleve
Leaving Portland, 8:45 1. M.
" " 7:30 P. M.
1 Hours Quicker to SL Paul.
23 Hours Quicker to Chicago.,
40 Hours Quicker to Omaha and Kansas
PULLMAN TOURIST SLEEPERS
FREE RECLININQ CHAIR CARS,
For rate! snd geuerel information call on or
,i,lr. W. H. HUKI.HITRT.
AiKiiitaut General panaenRor Agent, wmning-
ton treot, cor. Third. roKlbAM), UK.
iV.R MFtt. CS'
"VVVVk S3 r mar c :
For Gale by L. V. DARLING & CO.
Prloe 1.00 and 9.00 pr Bottle.
Pennoyer Vetoes tne Salute on
EXTENSION OF THE OREGON PACIFIC.
Tray of Diamonds Stolen From a Jewelry
Store In Sacramento Marine
Riverside packers and growers are
holding the orange crop back untU the
Florida fruit is well out of market.
The contract for the construction of the
South Gila canal has just been let to
Los Angeles parties. The work when
completed will cost (2,000,000.
The wife of It. T. Earle, late superin
tendent of the Stockton combined har
vester works, believes he has gone to
Mexico with a married woman.
O. W. Hollenbeck.. the Auburn (Cal.)
banker, has been acquitted on an em
bezzlement charge, owing to a variance
between the indictment and the proof.
The Qase canal, which ' furnishes the
water supply for the new cable settle
ments of Riverside, is being cemented for
a distance of six miles, and the work is
Phcanlx. A. T.. is aDparentlv in earn
est in an endeavor to doits share toward
buUdintc the proposed Ban Diego and
Phcenix railway. San Diego offers to
build to tne Colorado river.
The Los Aneeles Board of Supervisors
favor the passage of a State law provid
ing that new counties cannot be formed
without the consent of a majority of
voters residing within the area of the
original county. .
The Bradstreet mercantile agency re
ports fourteen failures in the Pacific
Coast States and Territories for the past
week, as compared with thirteen tor the
previous week and sixteen for the cor
responding week of 1892.
The case of the Illinois Trust and Sav
ings Bank of Chicago against the Los
Angeles cable road nas been opened in
the Superior Court at Los Aneeles. This
is an effort to forclose $1,644,000 worth
of outstanding mortgagee. "
The Governor ol Washington has par
doned Lucius Gonzales of San Francisco,
a marine engineer. Gonzales has served
two years in the penitentiary, but recent
circumstances prove him innocent of the
crime for which he was committed.
A small bird inhabitants the valleys
and canyons putting into Death Valley,
making his home in the meequit groves
abounding there. His principal occupa
tion seems to be a war of extermination
against scorpions, which he is very skill
ful In Killing.
The Bee Hive, the old residence of
Brigbam Young at Lake and recently
nwrtAd and occnoied bv his son. Jons W.
Young, has been sold out on judgment
for $07,413.44. The Bee Hive brought
$52,667.73 and the otner property enough
anu more to eauaiy me jaugmtuiw
Sergeant Levin of Victoria, B. C. who
was suspended owing to me investigation
into the manner of the death of A. J.
Davis, the Montana millionaire, has been
reinstated. The Sergeant believed that
the daughter-in-law of Davis pushed him
while he was drunk, and he fell down
stairs and was killed. No criminal in
tention was discovered.
A trav of diamonds was stolen from H,
Wachhorst's jewelry store at Sacramento
the other evening. One man broke the
olate-glass windows and another covered
the clerk with a pistol, while the first
crabbed the trav. when both men
dashed uo the street and disappeared in
Chinatown, lney nan laise wnisxera
and could not be identified.
The prospects for an early resumption
of operations at the Temescal tin mines
In San Uernaraino county, uai., are not
very encouraging. During the past week
the Sheriff has sold at auction a quantity
of the movable property of the company
to satisfy the accounts of parties to whom
the company was indebted when the
mine was closed down some months ago.
The arrest of Mrs. Yealer at Seattle,
Wash., on the charge of having destroyed
the will of ber husband, is now believed
to be a part of a conspiracy to prejudice
the appointment of Mrs. Y ester's choice
as administrator of the estate, and Low
man, the disgruntled heir, is the head of
the conspiracy. There is much feeling
in the city. The Mayor will not involve
the city in the suit.
IS IN THE
FROM WASHINGTON CITY.
Postmaster-General Wanamaker Creates
Something of an Innovation In
Senator Dolph has the Siletz Indian
reservation bill in proper shape and
ready to pass as soon as an opportunity
occurs for calling it np.
Senator Cullom has introduced a Joint j
resolution requesting the city authori- j
ties of Philadelphia to lend the United
States the Liberty bell for exhibition at
the World's Fair.
By direction of the President Secre
tary Foster of the Treasury Department
has directed the Collectors of Customs
at New York, Philadelphia and Boston
to suspend the refund of duties upon hat
material until further advised.
It is understood that M. . Bell, su
perintendent of the Chicago public
building, against whom a report of mal
feasance in office was made by Assistant
Secretary Lambertson, has tendered his
resignation to Secretary Foster. It will
probably be accepted.
The experiments in the treatment of
lumpy jaw under the direction of the
Department of Agriculture are com
pleted. Results show that of eighty-five
cattle treated sixty-eight were complete
ly cured. Secretary Rusk is highly de-
gnted with the showing.
The Oregon delegation has been in re
ceipt of numerous letters recommending
II. L. Bees of Oregon for appointment
as paymaster in the army, and have in
dorsed bim for the place, but the Presi
dent is very likely to name some of his
personal friends for these places.
Senator Mitchell has introduced a
loint resolution providing that where an
officer of the United States baa been pre
sented with a medal and the medal has
been lost or destroyed a duplicate should
be issued. This is meant to secure a du
plicate medal for General U. B. Comp
sonof Lake view, whose medal for dis
tinguished services was stolen by the
The House Committee on Interstate
and Foreign Commerce has ordered a
favorable report on the Senate bill ap
propriating $260,000 for the construction
of a ship canal to connect Lakes Union
and Washington with Puget Sound. The
bill was reported with an amendment
truing out the proposed route by
Smith's Cove, leaving the route to be
decided upon by the Secretary of War.
The rumor is in circulation that, if the
present C .ingress does not repeal the
Sherman act, Cleveland has said that he
will convene the Fifty-third Congress in
pecial session within thirty days alter
March 4. Representative McMillin, a
member both of the Ways and Means
and the Rules Committees, says he has
been over the ground carefully, and can
see no possible cnance oi me repeat oi
the Bilver act.
The Treasury Department at present
holds less gold than at any time since
the resumption act of January 1, 1879,
and in the language of a Treasury offi
cial the gold obligations are greater, with
less than $5,uuu,ouj tree gold to meet
them, and $2,600,000 gold engaged for
shipment from Kew lorfc lor Europe
Treasury officials do not venture a pre
diction when the outflow will stop, but
etate that they see nothing serious in
the situation. .
The Interstate and Foreign Commerce
Committee has appointed the following
subcommittee to consider the Nicara
guan canal bill: Patterson of Tennes
see. Raynor of Maryland. Price of Lou
isiana, Geary of California, O'Neill of
Pennsylvania, btorer of Ohio and Honk
of Ohio. At least one member of the
committee is strongly opposed to the
canal bill. This is Raynor of Maryland.
Some others are believed to be lukewarm,
and Geary cannot be relied upon with
certainty to favor the bill according to
some men who are laminar with the sit
uation, v V
Postmaster-General John Wanamaker
created something of an innovation in
official life recently by giving a reception
at his residence to the-employes and at
taches oi every department ot the Post
office Department, as weU as of the local
postoffice. The event was preceded by a
dinner, to which quite a number of the
friends of the Postmaster-General and
his wife were invited. This is the first
reception of the kind that has ever been
given by a member of the Cabinet, and
it is expected to form an interesting
precedent that will be extensively tol
lowed in years to come.
What is considered in Washington as
one of the most significant moves in the
entire Hawaiian discussion was the ear
nest speech made by Senator Dolph the
other day in favor of the United States
assuming control of the islands. Sena
tor Dolph is one of the most influential
members of the Committtee on Foreign
Relations, and his action in these mat
ters carries great weight. The speech
was full of statistics, giving everything
of any value concerning the commercial
advantages of Hawaii, ana will be a text
for the discussion that will ensue after
the arrival of the Commissioners. It is
replete with such information as both
House and Senate will need to act in
teliigently upon the great question.
The report of the Siletz Indian Com
mission, with the draft of a bill for the
adoption of the agreement which hi
been reached with those Indians for the
cession of a portion of their lands, has
been received in tne senate, ana upon
the request of Senator Dolph, immedi
ately sent to the printer, so that it may
be considered at an eariy date. The
Senator says he is going to make every
effort to push the bill through, although
it is so late in the session that he may
find it difficult The bill provides that
the land shall be thrown open upon the
nroclamation of the President, but Mr,
Dolph is of the opinion that this will be
stricken out and the lands opened so
soon as the agreement is ratified by Con
gress. He considers the agreement
reached with the Indians very satisfac
BEYOND THE ROCKIES.
The Large Amount of Natural
Gas Wasted in Indiana.
NEW YORK BEGGARS TO BE ARRESTED
Negro Hanged in Delaware Nineteen
Years Ago for Criminal Assault
Northwestern Iowa is liable to be in
volved in a meat famine.
Citizens of Memphis are endeavoring
to suppress the gambling evil.
About forty employes in the New Or
leans Mint have been discharged.
Kansas sends in the best wheat report
of any of the wheat-growing States.
An investigation of the ex-officials of
the Illinois Penitentiary is asked for.
The Michigan Liquors-Dealers' Asso
ciation has organized an insurance order.
SmaU game is reported to be very
abundant throughout Alabama this year.
Extraodinary precautions against the
cholera have been taken at the city of
Philadelphia capitalists are figuring
on starting a new bank in Wall street
with $1,000,000 capital.
A PhUadelphia syndicate has made
extensive purchases of coffee lands in
the State oi Oaxaca, Mexico.
The managers of the Chicago Fair are
counting upon $6,000,000 in receipts for
concessions granted by them.
Mexico's exports to the United States
during the past fiscal year aggregated
$4,949,688 more than during the previous
The fifty-cent Columbian stamps, it is
discovered by a St. Lais puzzle fiend.
contains the picture of a man smoking a
The Union Pacific threatens to make
the rate from 0den to Missouri river
points $20, and 'a hot rate war is ex
Barbers in Ohio are agitating for a law
which shall make It legally possible for
white barber to reiuse to shave a col
ored mp. . :.r ., ,
Six of the public schools of Milwaukee
have been closed by the Health Com
missioners because of their unsanitary
In Louisville a man named Manning
has been arrested who is charged with
selling charms warranted to cure all
sort of illness.
The Senate has passed the bill to re
fer to the Court of Claims the claim of
Jessie Benton Fremont to certain lands
in San Francisco.
A Chicago lawyer has suggested that
ex-Presidents, when they possess the
legal requirements, be named lor Su
preme Court Justices.
Four saloons were erected in the mid
dle of the Ohio river, which was entirely
Irozen at Louisville, and did a thriving
business for many days
As the result of a recent order by the
government the immigration commis
sions paid by railroads to steamship
companies will be reduced.
Governor Hogg of Texas, in his mes
sage to the Legislature of that State,
advocated the taxation of venders of
deadly weapons and cigarettes.
Senator Warner Miller says Hunting
ton and the Southern Pacific interests
are in opposition to the Nicaragua Canal,
and their agents are at work in Wash
A bill to prohibit prize-fighting in In
diana, providing that principals should
oe nned fo.uuu ana the newspapers
$3,000 for printing advance notices, was
killed in the House.
The Geologist of Indiana says that
enough gas has been wasted in its belt to
supply every family in the State lor two
years, and that $22,000,000 is but a fair
measure of the loss.
Police Superintendent Byrnes of New
York has issued orders to the police to
arrest all beggars caught plying their
trade. They had made general nuis
ances of themselves. K
Four thousand new postoilices were
established during the last year, 557,646
nnmailable letters poured into the boxes,
32.612 of them wholly without any outi
side sign, symbol or address. "
An election contest in Massachusetts .
has developed the fact that the success- ,
ful candidate tor Representative in the
Wellington district was naturalized only
the day before he was elected.
The Minnesota Legislature is getting
ready to try a new form of paternalism.
It is proposed to amend the State Con
stitution so aa to enable the State to in
sure all farm buildings at cost.
To the British emigrants who will take
up land in the northwest of British Co
lumbia the Canadian government is of
fering through the London Emigrants'
Information Office bonuses of $5 to $10 a
Miss Nellie Abern will be the next
8tate Librarian at Indianapolis, This
was decided at a caucus of the two
Houses In which sixty-four votes were
for Miss Ahern and only eight for the
male candidate. '
A Washington dispatch says It has in
formation from a thoronghly reliable
source that M. M. Estee upon the part
of San Francisco has offered the Santa
Fe $10,000,000 if the road would build
into the oity.
The Chickamauga National Park Com
missioners have offered $17,000,000 for
eight acres of ground on Orchard Knob.
Tennessee, where Generals Grant and
Thomas stood and watched the battle of