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Friday, june is, i894.
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THE official paper op U11.1.1AIW
, COUNTYi ORtGON.
The following extracts are made
from the American Sheep Breeder
published in Chicago, of May 15th:
On the strength oi marking up
wools it is understood they (bwiit be fooled about this 7-cent wool for
& Co.) are now selling thousands while but it won't go down any
of pounds to manufacturers in the j longer. - '
Dominion of Canada, who claim I
that the wool is cheaper at the.ad- OREGON A'EEDS POPULA-
vance than they can have the same TION.
ouality of stock for in Europe. One . . j . ..
' ... 1 , " nRt rapid immigration could
large concern which use. several-! do for Q WM illustmted re
hundredthousandpound8ofpulledceDtv bv Mf p j Atwood f
are placing their orders for machine n 1 "v. n.
, . ,,..' Omaha, who is in the city en route
pulled wools in Chicago Ihw jto YictoHa to friendg feturn.
notall; the great tariff fight that ii fn)m Hong Kong and Kobe,
has been gain on in this cou ntry j and wm interviewifd k a Telegram
vv iuii hub tiuvfiueeu imtiivtui
wools throughout the world. Sam
ples have been sent to several
countries, and orders have imme
diately followed for several kinds
or stock, showing plainly that
American wools have a value
wool, and it certainly proves to
anyone interested in the wool busi
ness that the prices of our wools
the past season have been carried
far below their instrinsic value.
There is little change to note in
the Eastern wool markets. The
same uncertainty surrounds, the
' wool and woolen manufacturing
interests, one and all impatiently
awaiting some settlement of-the
tariff at Washington. Visions of
free wool flit before the eyes of the
wool grower. He sees ship after
ship arriving laden with precious
fleeces from foreign countries. He
thinks the United States will be.
the dumping ground for all wool
growing countries. In this he la
bors under a delusion. As long as
people are born naked they must
be clothed, and wool will play an
important factor." Other countries
will demand their share of this
product, in sj5ite " of the fact that
.frightened flock masters in America
imagine that all th world'6 wool
will be brought straightway to the
United States as soon as the free
wool bill becomes a law. Most
grades of wool today are below the
free trade basis, and free wool or
no free wool prices must advance as
soon as the tariff question is set
tled and business assumes a normal
condition again. The world's gup
ply and demand regulates the price
of wool, but it cannot be said that
today's price of wool in the United
States is based upon this principle
That certain grades of wool have
dropped way below a free trade
basis is well demonstrated in the
returns of a large consignment of
Wyoming wool in the London mar
ket. The sale netted 12 cents and
has set the Wyoming people think
- The position of the market as re
gards supplies and stocks is not
materially different from this time
A moderate increase of j
production is anticipated, and if
the position of stocks is less clear,
at least as far as the raw material
is concerned, no material alteration
4 .u ,
oj.pa.ici ii, uic tuuu ui uiiBom
wool iu Loudon in 1893 being 32,
000 bales, agairibt 8,000 bales the
previous year. Wool is at a very
low range of values, so low as to
afford a sense of security against
further falls. ,The adverse in-
fluenee ;of the previous year are build lines of railroad to give towns
rapidly passing away, and a recur- j the convenience of quick communi
reuce of siiuiliar difficulties cannot j cation between each other and of
" be contemplated. There are not j rapid transportation to market,
wunting signs that the long period Railroads are necessary to the de
of universal depression is drawing velopment of the country, and the
to a close, and that little is needed
to effect a general revival. A solu
tion of the American tariff problem
- seems within measurable distance,
and although its full effect cannot
be estimated, that it must be favor
able is undoubted. It seems rea
sonable, therefore, to surmise that
the coming year may witness a de
sirable improvement in values.
Great gee whillikens! Is it pos
sible that they have shipped wool
all the way from Wyoming . to
London, paid freight, commission
and brokerage, amounting to at
least 4 cents, aud that it netted
ithe 12 wtiwr pound ov
, aoove expenses right in compi
with that Australian wool th3
are told can be laid down in LoiV,
.or BoPton for 7 cerits? There mill
. ' 1
e something wrong somewhere or
'. somebody has been misrepresenting
that Australian wool. It might be
in order here to use Lincoln's ex-
prensiou: "You can fool all the
people some of the time: some of
j the people all the time; but not all
; the people all the time." We can
"Jf you could only start such an
influx of people into Oregon as
came to Nebraska between 1883
and 1888, you would soon have 1,-
1 400,000 people here instead of 400;-
I well remember when Ne-
uiuifKu uiu uoi nave over isou.uw
. , . , , , .
iiiuttutiaubD, anu no iuuujXii limb
we were doing very well. Sudden
ly a wave of immigration seemed
to roll in upon us, and our barren
prairies became subdivided into
farms, villiages were started at ev
ery crossroad, small towns became
cities, and railroads were built in
all directions. This kept on until
we reached and passed the million
limit and had not drouths and
hard times come in on another
wave, we would now boast of over
, "My point is this: Oregon is
way ahead of Nebraska in resources,
variety of products and diversity
of climata Where Nebraska sup
ports one man in creditable shape,
Oregon can support two. The val
ley of your big river, watered by
abundant rains, and Eastern Ore
gon made to blossom by irrigation,
have a capacity of holding without
crowding 5,000,000 people. All you
require is to get the. myriads of
farmers in the central west and
east to appreciate the opportunity
here, and they will come. But one
thing more: There should be ready
an abundance of reliable informa
tion, regulated by slate statutes,
telling them where they can get
good homes and make an honest
living. I speak frankly when I
say that more injury has been done
by men coming back to Nebraska,
Kansas and Iowa, who were sadly
disappointed and inhospitably re-
Jceived, than by any other influence.
Their stories are gladly printed in
the home papers, and families
about to move conclude to stay
where they are. Portland Tele
The Uniou Pacific Railroad Co.
will be the heaviest losers by the
flood that is now devastating the
banks of the Columbia. The road
has been literally obliterated in
places, and it will take millions of
dollars to replace it in the condi
tion it was. This cnmimnv has
, i i . ,
j X J . - ,
: enterurise in the construction of
if. ,:P , a conbtructlon otj
nereioiore msr, aven reniarirnr, p
its ime down the tortuous side of
the river, and this will have to be
rebuilt almost entirely. The sense
less howl against corporations will
have little effect upon reasonable
men when they consider the vast
.amount of monev necessary to
progress of the world
has no more
. The means of transportation in
the northwest will be very unset
tled for some time to come. Until
the railroad lines are constructed,
transportation will be done by the
river, and this will not afford facil
ities to isolated communities. The
portion of the country that has suf
fered from the flood must begin
anew in its development. What
has been accomplished heretofore
has been swept away by the raging
naiuo, auu lire very luuuuauon Ol if- .i r li r
industrial prosperity must be re-' tlCe the Only Job Of-j
laid. Timou-Mountaincer... ,fice in Gilliam County.;
j chines hav
it will not
dreds of thi
and the goli
Guard is al
bly fitted fo
in prolusion, f
thrive on aect
ceeded but it i
fertile land htv
and other nei
should have b(
farm. Such ft
'and they dese
I hnvo two lit
are teething thi
nnd are troubled,
1 give them Clou
and Diarrhoea K
cnariu. I earne:
children with b'
myself taken ''
bloody ftus, with
rny stomach, one
remedy cured me
boura I was out '
house work. M.I
sale by al) druis1
"Many of the o
lntiiann, are neve
bouse," says Jacoi
mercnant oi me
bus proven of so much- s
croup and whooping coughs.
that few mothers who knowjtv
are willing to be without it. For Vale
by all druggists.
Sometime ago I was troubled with an
atinck of rheumatism. I used Cham
berlain's Fain Balm and was completely
cured. I have sine advised uianv of
my friends and customers to try the
remedy and all speak highly of it.
Simon 'tioL.DB.u-M, Ban Luis Key, Cal.
For sale by all druggists.
By virtue of an execution decree and
order of sale, issued out of the honorable
circuit court of the etate of Oregon for
the connty of Gilliam, on a judgment re
covered on the 11th day of April, 14,
in favor of the American Murtgage Com
pany of Scotland, plaintiffs, and against
William Wheeler and Elizabeth Wheel
er, defendants, for the sum of seven
hundred and seventy-seven dollars and
twenty-five cents (?777.25) with interest
thereon from said 11th day of April,
18i)4, at ten per cent per annum ; and
sixty-two dollars ((62) attorney's fees,
and forty-nine dollars and forty-six cents
($49.40) accruing costs. 1 have levied
upon and will sell at public auction on
Saturday, June 30, 1894,
at 2 o'clock p. m. at the court h on we door
in Condon, Gilliam county, ttate of Ore
gon, all the right, title" and interest
which the said William Wheeler and
Elizabeth Wheeler had on or after the
11th day of April, 18!!4, for cash in hand,
in or to the following described premises,
towit : The southeast quarter of section
thirty in township one south, of range
twenty-one east of Willamette Meridian,
containing one hundred and sixty acres,
all in Gilliam countv, state of Oregon.
I:ted at Condon, Oregon, this 28th day
of May, 1894. W. L. Wilcox,
Sheriff of Gilliam County, Oregon.
The secretary of the Elkhart Carriage
and Harness Mfg. Co., of fcikhan, Ind.,
Informs us that their prices w ill be lower
for la'Ji than ever. He wishes us to ask
our readers not to purchase anythlnar in
ho lino r.f nut-ria,. .. a,.u v.i ..
.... .. v.. miuui. nogyiia, Ullcjua UI
barn;S8 util thy have sent- 4 cents in
Btamps to paypostage on their lis page
catalogue. e aa vise tne readers oi this
taper to remember his suggestion.
FOR FINE JOB WORK
Come to the Globe Of-
. t of the
"count "... jc"o1 Oregon,
dated" the ltitn Hay of May, 1894. in a
certain action In the circuit court of said
county and state wherein J. G. riteven
eon as plaintiff recovered judgment
against W. L. Barker, defendant, for the
sum of eighty dollars and costs and dis
bursements taxed at one hundred and
two dollars and thirty-eight cents on the
20th day of April, 1894. Notice is here
by given that I will on
Saturday, June 30, 1894,
at the court housu door in Condon, In
said county, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon
of said day, sell at public auction to the
highest bidder for cash, the following
descrilwd property, to-w it: Lots 3, 4, 6
and 6 in block 28 in the town of Condon,
Gilliam county, Oregon ; also lots 5, t!, 7,
9 and 10 in block 30 in the town of Con
don, Gilliam county, Oretron, as the same
appears by the recorded plat on file in
the clerk's office in said Gilliam county.
Oregon, together with the improvements
thereon, taken and levied upon as the
property of the said W. L. Barker to sat
isfy the said judgment in favor of J. G.
Stevenson against said W. L. Barker,
with interest thereon, together with all
costs and disbursements that have or
may accrue. Dated at Condon, Oregon,
May 22, 1894. W. L. "Wilcox,
Sheriff of Gilliam County, Or.
Anyone desiring a first-class, bran-new
wagon, hack or buggy, at about one-third
less than the price usually charged, will
find it to their advantage to see the
Book of all kind, h. W. Darling Si Co.
Disln-e and RliBWHre t L. W. Dnrliritf & Co.'i.
We are just bnntltiK forehronlc cougtii to cure.
"S. B," for itlo by h. W. Purling" & Co.
Clcmme your blood with Ir. Crutit'i Saranpo
rlllu. L. W. Hurling & Co.
The bent l.-uion extractn for flavoring-, Junt ar
rived. L. W. Purling & Co.
Have yon w:en"oiir new display of toilet opn?
Something new and nice. L. Yv. Darling A Co.
The S. B. Cough Cure lit (Imply perfect. SjkjikJ
OOc with h. W. Darling, and yon will be ready to
Uny choice bird seed, now reduced to 10c a
package, frora h. Vi. Darling 4 Co., and your bird
will King sweeter.
The Oerman-Amerlcan Insurance Co., of New
York, has extabliHhed an otllce at Condon with L.
W. Parlllig as agent.
i XrV t h. W, Darling & Co.'s drag stora forth
. B. Headache cure, and you will be given the
beat headache medicine known.
The farnoUK "Williams Barber Bar Shaving
Soap" the best In the world for the toilet and
for shaving. For sale by I W. Darling It Co.
The freshest, purest and best stock of prescrip
tion medicines in the country can be found at
the drug store of I,. W. Durllng & Co., Condon.
One thousand dollars In county war
rants; win pay at tne rate of ill) ceiitu
on the dollar for same.' For further in
formation inquire of Ellis, Dawson &
Lyons, Uondon, Oregon.
For the cheapest and beHt flour on
earth apply to Smith & Iloyal of the
FohsII mills. a27
The Midwinter Fair.
If you intend visiting the great Mid
winter Fair, call on the nearest Union
Pacific ajjent, and be can tell you all
alt'int Mm a vtttiCii 1 i tfr t low ko(a r A nA
vantages offered by tins line to San Fran
cisco and return, or address W. II. llurl
burt, Asst. Gcn'l Pass. Agent, Portland.
When you want anything In the line
of real nice, fresh confectionery of all
kinds candies, nuts, bananas, honey in
comb, celery, cigars, etc., call at my new I
store next door to liarkera store. .
Mbh. A. Ukandknbubo
-J DEFY COMPETITION.
JEWELER XND WATMKErT
, .IMI.I.N.I.I, I,
R. H. ROBINSON,
A jeweler of eix years experience is prepared to do all kinds of repair
ing in a first-okas manner and at very moderate rates.
ORDERS FOR WATCHES AND JEWELRY
taken, also engraving done to order by a
Francis Improved Engraving Machine.
All Work Guaranteed for one year.
Shop in Smiths Harness Shop, Condon, Or.
Please Send us Your Name and Address.
The only way you can afford to run sheep,
SCOUR YOUR WOOL!
Why pay freight on all your dirt?
PENDLETON WOOL SCOURING & PACKING CO.,
Pendleton, - - ' - Oregon.
J. F. FORD,
Of Des Moines, Iowa, writes under date
of March 22, J8!W:
8. B. Mfo. i'o., luifur Oregon. .
CIknti.emeh : On arriving home last
week, I found all well and anxiously
awaiting. Our little girl, eight and one
half years old, who had watted away to
38 pounds, is now well, strong and Vig
orous, and well fleshed up. 8. JJ. Cough
Cure has done its work well, lioth of
the children like it. Your 8. R. Cough
Cure has cured and kept away all hoarse
ness from tne. fio give it to every one,
with greetings for all. Wishing voq
prosperity, we are yours,
Mk. & Mbb. J. F. Fokd.
If you wiHh to f'l freuli and ohwrful, unit rmdy
for the Hprini;'. work, olmiriM) your nyti-m with
the Il!H(lH('lie awl l.lvor Cure, by tiiklnn two or
tim e lo.es ennh week. Ml conts icr bottle by oil
drugginUi. Bold nndura (xiHitlve (f iinrxn tj by
L. W. DARLING & CO.,
Have old to eKMumisri fur SI vnnva.
snvlriK them thn dtiiilor'B fmCt, Wo urti the
OltftinCamt 1. 1..' mniuf!u:tnrfrn In AmiT"
l(rlllrm VihlclcoHiiit lJnn?9fcUit wiiyelilp
with pr!vilpo t'ioHinlno fco'oro unv inonay la
paid. Wb pnyfrntMliLhuth wn rait not HtLli.fao.
Cory. w.rraiitfor 2 ynnri. 'Vhy pr.y mi a'fCi.t I0
to fV) to onior for yon? Wi Ito your own ordr.
JioxlriK t rea, Vvu luka all rti k o( dtiiuuua In
Bprlnrj Wneona, &3I to $30. Ouamntmd
auni) a i soil tin J-Surrey 3, $63 totlOO
rnimo a. aoll fur (100 tu Top Buggies,
S i. 50, a-'i Hue ax M for . Fhitonn,J,Cd
to SlOO. Farm V3Kons, Wereonettea,
Milk Wjieoj,Ooiii'orv V"Koni':l Kotia
Caita. mi t'i Li t m;. ju.s, wuj.um t iiii.uiu.i.
t0.3T. Snrroy TiiOM.
Harnew SCir m
ar.lilt Tjk. R
No. Top BuKgy.
HO. 1, rarm
A (icpvn4. nfT fitr OHMh
aiuupa iu puj vMHga
Ko. 3, Farm vyagim.
JUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS
to fuminh, on short notice, any kind , i
. jS iu pint inn uiiivn, uiivi nil tt-iuis tank
kt man. My prices arc ns follows:
ESSED, $16.50 TO $22.50
unt for all Ovor Two Inches Thick.
;a lumber yartl at Condon with Mr. Al Ifen
) pleased to wait on you or take your order.
ERY, WHIPS, SPURS, CHAPS,
RS, QUIRTS. ETC.
- - OREGON.
II and see us when you are at the county wet.
'years experience in this business and.
CONDON BLACKSMITH SHOP.
G. S. CLARK, Prop'r.
General Blacksmlthlng and
The only first-clans blacksmith and
tiorne-ehocr in the county.
Main Street, Condon, Oregon.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
I,Kn Orncit at Tiir Hm.ikh, Ob., May 14, 10M.
Notice In lien'bv kIvoii that tli fnllnwltir-namnd
wttW hrn llkxl iiullvc of hU Inti'Mtlotito muko
Him! proof In mipjiort of bin claim, and Unit lil
Iinwif will Ik- niitde tfore J. I'. Liii-ms, county
Herk of (iilllam coanty, at Condon, Or., on
June 30, IRW, viz:
J'RAKK A. CALDWELL, Hd. 8217,
for thn vi j nw' and w'i w'4 oc 12 tp 4 of r!9
o. Hu iiiiini-a tliu following wltiiextiw to pniva
bin rontliiuotni wililcmw nimn nnil rtiltlVNtlnn
of, nil bmd, via: W. . Hmlth, Itnlpli loronn.
CbiiB. Brown mid S. V. Moon, all of Condon, Or.
WIII-14 J'lHN V, l.KWIK, KcitnUT.
EBd iMSMESS i!FQ. CO.
Mo. 761, Burrey.
KO.727, Koad Waifon.
una ili hcth WlkhiirUilcTnla.SHin.whacli,.
with oftr. ftvnil 4. In pnuumatlo tire, wol'lluaa
i 1 IV-phijh PHtiliifuc. uUjol tuning, drop fori'lr ta.
AUran W. B. PRATT, Sec'y, ELK2.AKT, KM.