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TlIE GOIlDOll GLOGL
FRIDAY, JULY 6. 1894.
THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF CILUAM
COUNTY. OREGON. .
We would like to impress upon
the mind of every citizen , of the
United States the fact that Bhe and
he can and ought to contribute in
dividually to restore business con
fidence and quicken the return of:
It is not really . bo much a ques
tion of currency as of confidence.
The business of the country, by far
the greater portion of it, is not done
with metallic money, but with
paper and credit and confidence.
Congress can, and we -believe it
will do a great deal to strengthen
the -vast fabric of credit and confi
dence on which business activity
always has rested, and always must
rest by stopping promptly the issue
of paper moneys on a false short
weight basis of instririsic value. j
The people themselves must do
the rest, and every man should do
his personal share toward the great
patriotic work of re-establishing
Every man who believes in his
country and wants to promote the
speedy return of good times should
resolve to observe these rules:
Spread no evil reports and be
leive none until you have verified
them, at first hand.
Look on the brightest side of
a bank suspension or the report of
a cholera ship arrived at quaran
tine, and-refuse to accept the dark
est version of it.
If you have money hoarded and
owe debts, pay up those debts and
put so much money in circulation.
If other persons owe you money
and you know them to be solvent
and honest people who can and
will pay if they are not crowded
and forced to realize on their assets
at a shameful sacrifice, don't crowd
If every reader will lay . these
few sample rules to heart and go to
business and work resolved to put
them in force the increased mo
mentum given to the movement
now on to restore confidence and
revive business will he very great.
General confidence is only the
sum total of individual confidences.
If you want to see general confi
dence, set the example of being
confident yourself. New York Re
corder. Santo, the murderer of President
. Carnot of France, will not have a
Prendergast pudding. Justice is
surer and swifter in France than
in this country. Pettifogging law
yers and temporizing judges are
not allowed to obstruct the course
of judicial proceedings with far
fetched technicalities. Santo will
be tried, convicted and his head
chopped off long before the Chicago
court has cleared the way for Pren
oergast b execution, u. ne is ever
executed. It is a matter of no pos
sible consequence whether Santo
was sane or insane, he will be guil
lotined as soon as the form of the
law can be complied with. The
French method of swift justice
stimulates the hope that somebody
will kidnap Prendergast and ship
him to France! Telegram.
As every one knows, Switzerland
las the "referendum" an arrange
ment whereby any proposition may
be submitted to a vote of the peo-
pie. A week or so ago the proposi
tion was thus submitted, binding
the eovernment to nrovide a,11 un -
employed citizens with work. It
was defeated by a vote of 300,000
to 85,000. The Swiss people have
hard common sense, says theTolede
Blade, in that they recognize that
it is not a function of the govern
ment ta furnish employment for
labor. If the government provid
ed all with work, who would pay
the taxes wherewith to meet the
Prendergast is having another
trial in Chicago for his sanity. In
this Western country it takes about
fifteen minutes to find out whether
or not a man is insane,
.f-tcnt ia Chictiiro
It is dif-
The Chicago Times (Rep.) nays:
The democratic party is in no wise
responsible for the present situa
tion. The causes are found in
reckless legislation for thirty yearB,
during which time all the iniquity i
of bad politics has been fastened j
. . t t
upon the people, i he growtn oi
this power may be easily traced to
the time the present high-tariff
system and our national banking
system were first established. Then
began the concentration of wealth
which has resulted in an oligarchy
which controls our legislation and
is now the ruling power, though
nominally in the hands of the dem
ocratic party. There appears to be
a sufficient number of so-called
democrats in congress who care bo
little for the interests of the people
and so much for their own that
their votes and influence are in
support of measures which they
are elected to oppose. They do
not care if school keeps or not or
what fate befalls i their party or
what principles are sacrificed if
wealth can be reached by any other
route. And such is the condition
which confronts us in congress to
day. The intemperate desire for
riches has poisoned our political
life, and its curse is seen also in
our social and commercial life.
The seed was sown by the republi
can party. It has steadily legis
lated in favor of wealth and has
succeeded in building up a fabric
which some day may come tumb
ling down upon their heads. For,
as seems to me, it can no more en
dure than could slavery, half slave
and half free. The logical sequence
a blind man can see. The lament
able tact is that the democratic
party is no longer what it once was.
The causes hinted at above are res
ponsible for it.
Some of the salem papers charge
the officers of the state reform
school with treating the boys con
fined therein to most brutal treat
ment. They claim that boys have
been so severely whipped that days
afterward their shirts had to be
soaked before they could be remov
ed from their lacerated backs. If
these charges are true the superin
tendent of the school should be
handled most severely. The re
form school i8 intended to improve
the morals of wayward youths, not
to educate them in brutality and
make criminals of them. If such
treatment is inflicted as is charged
nothing but brutes and criminals
will be turned out of this Btate re
formatory. The management of
the institution should be thorough
Too severe cenBure cannot be
given to a senator, a member of the
higher branch of the national leg
islature, speculating in securities
about to be effected by bis vote.
The New York World is correct
when it says that if there is no law
to punish senators guilty of such
action the U. S. senate is a purchas
able body, and the sooner the,fact
is known the better. The Globe
believes that the sooner the senate
is dispensed with entirely the bet
ter it will be for the country. We
do not need ony House of Lords in
the United States.
Governor Pennoyer has more fun
than any man in Oregon. With a
broad smile over his face he said to
a reporter a few days ago: "I have
ju6t been reading the criticisms of
the country press on what they
call "defeated Pennoyerism," be
said, "but it is only another case
where all the little asses think it
J is their chance to back up and take
i luck at the dead lion."
Editors as a rule are kind-heart
ed and liberal. An exchange tells
of a. subscriber who died and left
fourteen years unpaid. As the lid
was being screwed , down for the
last time the editor appeared and
put a linen duster, a thermometer,
a palm leaf fan and a recipe for
making ice in to accompany him
jorecKinnage in addressing a
Kentucky audience recently said:
"Take whiskey for instance, "vwhen
every man in the audience arose
with the remark: "Thank you
j don't care if I do," and the speaker
had to stand treat or die.
In the election of 1890 Oregon
cast 72,000 votes. The vote of the
state this year is abont 15,000
more. The proportion of votes to
population in 1880 was 1 to 4. On
this proposition the population of
the state has increased 67,000 in
the last four years. But there has
been a loss of at least 3000 votes by
the floods this year. ; The total
number of voters therefore should
be 90,000 now, and the population
395,000. Next year the state cen
sus will be taken, and the popula
tion will be found to exceed 400,000.
A Prl nter's Dream.
A printer sat in hia office chair; his
boots and punts were patched and his
coat threadbare, and hia face looked
weary and worn with care. '
While sadl.v thinking of business and
debt, old Morphens slowly aronnd hira
crept, and before he knew it he slowly
slept; and sleeping he dreamed toil his
spirit had fled, and not even a cow bell
tolled, for the peaceful rest of his cow
hide sole. And as he wandered among
the shades, that smoke and scorch in
lower Hades, be shortly observed an iron
door that creakingly hung on hinges
ajar, but the entrance was closed with
a red hot bar, and satan, himself stood
peeping out, waiting for travellers there
about, and thus to the passing printer
Come in, my dear; it shall cost you
nothing and never fear; this is the place
where I cook the ones who never pay
their subscription sums; for though in
life they may escape, they'll find when
they're dead'it's not too late. I Will show
yon the place where we melt tbem thin
with red hot chains and scraps of tin,
and where I comb their heads with
broken glass and melted lead ; and if of
refreshment they only think, there's
boiling water for them to drink ; the red
hot grind stone to grind their nose and
the red hot rings to wear in their toes,
and if they mention they don't like fire,
I'll sew up their mouths with red hot
wire; and then dear sir, you'll see them
spuirm, while I'll roll them over and
cool the turn.
With these last words the printer
awoke, and thought it all a practical
joke; but still at times so real did it
seem, that be cannot believe it was all a
I hereby notify the populists of Gilli
am county that I have resigned the posi
tion of chairman of the populist county
central committee, to take effect from
this date. J.B.Clark.
Condon, July 2, 1894.
Baldness is often preceded or accom
panied by grayness of the hair. To pre
vent both baldness and grayness, use
Hall's Hair Renewer, an honest remedy.
Sufferers from chils and fever, who
have used quinine as a remedy, will ap
preciate Ayer's Ague Cure. This pre
paration, if taken according todirections,
is warranted a sure cure. Residents in
malarial districts should not be without
A soft, fair skin is the result of pure
blood and a healthy liver, to secure
which, Ayer's Sarsaparilla is the Super
ior Medicine. Ladies who rely upon
cosmetics to beautify their complexions,
should make a note of this, bearing in
mind that they can't improve upon na
ture. W. H". Nelson, who is in the drug bus
iness at Kingville, Mo., has so much
confidence in Chamberlain's Colic, Chol
era and Diarrhoea Remedy that he war
rants every bottle and offers to refund
tbe money to any customer woo is not
satisfied after using it. Mr. Nelson
takes no risk in doing this because the
remedy is a certain cure for the diseases
for which it is intended and be knows it.
It is for sale by all druggists.
A horse kicked' H. 8. Shaker, of the
Freemyer House, Middleburg, N. Y., on
the knee, which laid him up in bed and
caused the knee joint to become stiff. A
friend recommended nim to use Cham
berlain's Fain Balm, which he did, and
in two days was able to be around. Mr,
Sbafer has recommended it to many
others and says it is excellent for any
kind of a bruise or sprain. This same
remedy is also famous for its cures of
rheumatism. For sale by all druggists.
Last June, Dick Crawford brought his
twelve months old child, suffering from
infantile diarrhoea, to me. It had been
weaned at four months old and being
sickly everythiug ran tbrongh it like
water through a sieve. I gave it the
usual treatment but without benefit.
The child kept growing thinner until it
weighed but little more than when born,
or perhaps ten pounds. I then started
the father to giving Chamberlain's Calic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Before
one bottle of the 25-cent size had been
used, a marked improvement was seen
and its continued use cured the child.
Its weakness and puny constitution dis
appeared and its father and rnvself be
lieve the child's life was saved" bv this
Remedy. ; J. T. Maklow, M. D.Tam
aroa, III, For sale by all druggists.
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
Lawo Omc at Th Dalles, Or., June 25, 1894.
Notice in hereby jfiven that the followlnu
name'l settler han filed notice of hi. intuntinn tn
make II nl proof In support of titurjalra, and that
muu prwi win oe uiwie oeiore Jy r. Lucax. coun
ty clerk, at Condon, Or., on Augmit 10, IBM, via;
EDWARD DUNN, Hd. 3.106,
for the nwli sec 22 tp 8 s of r 20 e, H nam the
following witnesses to prove hia continuous res
idence upon and cultivation of. n,iii .uli
Chan. Winfleld, Ernest Seeltamp, Rulph Krotuun.
ainti lib.n I . . It - - - ..II . 1 T
vvtiu MDUQS, Mi U( IOIHIOn, (JTeKOII.
iyWJQ Johk W.Lewih, Regliitw.
I have leased my barber shop to
Sylvan Palmer and I would like for all
owing roe to settle immediately, as I
need money to carry on my other busi
ness. A, Brandenburg.
OoNfmie, Juno 13, 1891,
"Only the Scars
Says IIenry Hudson, of the James
Pa., who certi
fies as follows:
" Among the
ala which I so
In regard to cer-
. 1 II. .!...
the blood, etc.,
none Impress me
more than mjr
o w n ease.
ago, at the age
of 18 years, I had
on my legs,
which broke and
Our family phy
sician could do
me no good, and
boues would be
It was feared that the
affected. At last, my
good old k.
Mother Urged r.le
to try Ayer's Sarsaparilla. I took three
bottles, the sores healed, and I have not
been troubled since. Only the scars
remain, and tbe memory of tbe
past, to remind me of the good
Ayer's Sarsaparilla bas dons me.
I now weigh two hundred and twenty
pounds, and am in the best of health.
I have been on the road for the past
twelve years, have noticed Ayer's Bar
saparilla advertised In all parts of the
United States, and always take pleas
ure in telling what good it did for me."
Prepared by Dr. J.C AyarfcCotLowflLMaaa,
Cures others, will cure you
Book of all kinds. L. W. Darling A Co.
Dishes and glassware at L. W. Darling St. Co.'a.
We are Just hunting for chronic coughi to care.
"R B," for sale by U W. Darting & Co.
Cleanse your blood with Dr. Grant's 8arsapa
rilla. L. W. Darling & Co.
The best lemon extracts for flavoring, Just ar
rived. L. W. Darling 4 Co.
Have you seen onr new display of toilet soaps?
Something new and nice. L. Vv. Darling & Co.
The 8. B. Congh Cure Is simply perfect Spend
50c with U W. Darling, and yon will be ready to
Buy choice bird seed, now reduced to 100 a
package, from U W. Darling A Co., and your bird
will sing tweeter. -
The German-American Insurance Co., of New
York, has established an office at Condon with L.
W. Darling as agent, :
Ask at U W. Darling A Co.'s drug store for the
i B. Headache cure, and yon will be given the
best headache medicine known.
The famous "Williams Barber Bar Shaving
Soap" the best in tbe world for the toilet and
for shaving. For sale by L. W. Darling A Co.
Tbe freshSst, purest and best stock of prescrip
tion medicine in the country can be found at
the drug store of L. W. Darling A Co., Condon.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
LiKD Omci at Tut Dalles, Ob., May 14, 1WJ4.
Notice is hereby iriven that the following-named
settler lias filed notice of his intention to make
final proof in support of his claim, and that said
proof will be made before ! P. Lucas, county
ciera oi i-imam county, ai uonuon, (jr., on
June 30, ISM, vii:
FRANK A. CALDWELL, lid. 3217,
for the v rv,yt and wV$ sw'i aec 12 tp 4 of r 19
e. He names the following witnesses to prove
nis continuous residence upon anu cnmvauon
of, said land, viz: W. B. Kmith, Ralph Froman,
Cbas. Brown and 8. V. Moore, all of Condon, )r-ml-14
Johm W. Lewis, Register.
For the cheapest and beet flour on
earth apply to Smith & Royal of the
Fossil mills. a27
The Midwinter Fair.
If you intend visiting the great Mid
winter Fair, call on the nearest Union
Pacific agent, and be can tell you all
abont the exceedingly low rate and ad
vantages offered by this line to ban Fran
cisco and return, or address W. H. Hurl
burt, Asst. Gen'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
store nest door to Barker's store.
Mrs, A. Brandenbubo.
J. F. F O R D,
Of Des Moines, Iowa, writes under date
of March 22,1803:
8. B. Mfo. Co., Dnfur Oregon.
Gentlemen : On arriving home last
week, I found all well and anxiously
awaiting. Oar little girl, eight and one
half years old, who had wasted sway to
38 pounds, is now well, strong and vig
orous, and well fleshed up. H. B. Cough
Cure has done its work well. Both of
the children like it. Yonr H. B. Congh
Cure has cured and kept away all hoarse
ness from me. So give it to every one,
with greetings for all. Wishing you
prosperity, we are yours,
Mr. & Mrs. J. F. Ford,
If you wish to feel fresh and cheerful, and ready
or the taring's work, cleanse your svstem with
the Headache and Liver Cure, by taking two or
three doses e-h week. DO eenf per bottle by all
druggist. Bold under a positive guarantee by
L. W. DARLING & CO.,
CONDON BLACKSMITH SHOP.
G. S. CLARK, Prop'r.
The only flret-claRs blacksmith and
horee-shoer in the county. ?
j Main Street, Condon, Oregon.
S. B. BARKER,
STOCKMEN'S SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS
Lone Rock Sawmill,
J. S. McKINNEY, Proprietor.
Situated 22 miles southeast of Condon, on the ridge road.
Iam now prepared to furnish, on short notice, any kind
of lumber at prices to suit the times, and on terms that
will satisfy any honest man. My prices are as follows:
ROUGH, $9; DRESSED, $16.50 TO $22.50
With a Liberal Discount for all Over Two Inches Thick.
I have also established a lumber yard at Condon with Mr. Al lieu
shaw in charge, who will be pleased to wait ou you or take your order.
E. E. SMITH,
DEALER IN Wr
HARNESS. SADDLERY, WHIPS, SPURS, CHAPS,
COLLARS, QUIRTS, ETC.
condon, , - Oregon.
' HAND AND MACHINE-MADE HARNESS.
Repairing a specialty. Call and see us when you are at the county seat.
I have had twenty years experience in this business and ,
MY PRICES DEFY COM PETITION. Zl
JEWELER AND WATCHMAKER.
R. H. ROBINSON,
A jeweler of six years experience is prepared to do all kinds of repair
ing in a first-class 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 Smith's Harness Shop. Condon, Oftv
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?
PEiiDLETOi! WOOL SCOURHiG & PACKING CO.,
Pendleton. - - - Oregon.
ONLY JOB OFFICE IN
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