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WEDNESDAY, - DECEMBER 5, 1S94
Lm From the Notebook of Chronicle
The jury in tbe Savage case returned
a verdict tonight of larceny, fixing tbe
value of the stolen goods at $14,000.
The ladies Guild" of the St. Paul's
Church will meet with Mrs. L. Clark,
tomorrow, Thursday afternoon at 2 :30.
The weather prognostications for to
morrow are warmer, rainy. Mr. Brooks
tells us that the barometer is lower to
day than be ever saw it and still falling.
At 3 :30 it stood at 29.16. This indicates
a heavy storm, not necessarily here, but
probably on the coast.
An alarm of fire about 4 :30 yesterday
afternoon was caused by a small blaze at
Jos. T. Peters planing mill. - Tbe en
gines were called out, but a couple of
buckets of water had effectually subdued
the flames even before the alarm was
fairly turned in.
The "Uncle Tom's Cabin" troupe
was to arrive here on the freight from
Pendleton this afternoon, but the en-'
gine broke down at Blalocka, delaying
- them so that they will not arrive before
6 o'clock.- The play will not be inter
fered with, and the curtain will rise
promptly on time. '
The case of the State against Savage
was given to the jury last evening at
about 4 :30. There seemed to be a gen
eral impression that the jury would fail
to agree, an impression that the action
of the jury is justifying, as at the hour
of going to press they were still out.
There is a rumor that the jury is pretty
evenly divided, standing seven for con-
miction and five for acquittal, but
.whether there is any foundation for the
rumor it is hard to say.
::" Yesterday' in letting a car down the
incline at the Cascade Locks the brakes
were iaicen on Deiore tne cable . was
fastened to the car and it sped down the
incline, which has a fall of about one
. foot in three at a mile-a-minute gait.
It struck the guard of tbe wharf boat near
the end cutting it off squarely. This
checked its force, somewhat, enough that
as it struck the pile at the foot jf the In
cane it resisted the blow and threw
the car back on the bank by the side of
tlie "river. '- . ' ' . '
. . Lost.
A note dated Oct. .23, 1891, due Oct
23, 1896 for the sum of $3,500 payable to
John Robinson, signed by W. H. Stone
and C- W;- Stone. ' All persons are
: cautioned against purchasing' the same
Pain has no show with Dr.' Miles Pain Pills.
Patrick Farrell died at tbe Columbia
hotel last night of heart failure.. Coroner
Butts summoned a jury which returned
the following verdict: ' '
"We, the jury impaneled to inquire
into tbe cause of the death of a man who
died at the Columbia hotel, in Dalles
City, - Oregon, Dec. 5, 1894, find as
"That the name of said deceased was
Patrick Farrell, aged 59 years. That he
has two daughters, their whereabouts at
this time being unknown. That be was
a discharged soldier of the U. S. and
served as a private in Company G, 14th
regiment,; United States Infantry, and
drew a pension from the U. S. govern
ment at the rate of $12 per month. We
further find that the cause of the death
of said deceased was heart failure.
. ; A. Bettikgen, Jr.
. ' . Phil Brogan,
Joseph Burger, -James
D. S. Dufue."
The following business was transacted
by the circuit court today :
The Schmidt LabelX3o. vs. I. N. Taffe,
in process of settlement.
State va. Broadbent, motion to dismiss
overruled and defendant remanded to
the custody of the sheriff to await .the
action of the next grand jury. The
amount of the bond in this case has not
yet been fixed. ' .
State vs. E. Martin, motion to quash
indictment, argued and submitted.
All jurors except those engaged in try
ing the Savage case were discharged for
Mrs. Geo. Johnston of Dufur was .in
the city yesterday. . ...
County Judge Fulton, of ' Sherman
county, is in the city.
Mr. John Hinricks and Frank Fulton
of Hood River are in the city.
Hon. A. J. Dufur, mavor of the citv of
the identical name, was in . the city
' . Notice. ,'
On and after Dec. 1st, 1894, all county
warrants issued by the county clerk will
be made payable to order, and no county
warrant-will be stamped or listed by the
county treasurer unless endorsed by the
party to whom said order is issued.
By order of the County Court.
A. S. Blowers. ' G. C. Blakelet.
County Com'r. County Judge.
Ladies gold watch-chain. Lost going
from Pease & Mays' store ' to Baptist
church, then up Court street to bluff.
A suitable reward will be paid to finder
returning to Pease & Mays.
Heal Estate Transaction.
A deed was filed today as follows :
' United States to Lemuel Burgess, the
nw J and bw,- sec 25, tp 5, a of r 16 e
patent. ' ' "
In this city Dec. 4, 1894, by Justice L,
S. Davis, G. R. Sellinger and Miss May
iivera, ootn oi nooa itiver.
In this city, Tuesday, Dec. 4th. to the
nuo ui A-L. jt xvuu& a duu.
Some good second hand harness
Must be' cheap -Cash.' Address, W. X
this office. - -
Display in' Window.
Hood Blrer Incorporated.
Hood River held an election yesterday
to' decide if it should . be incorporated.
Eighty-four votes were cast of which 49
wer for and 35 against incorporation.
The following officers were elected : .
Mayor, C. M. Wolfard; councilmen,
S. E. Bartmess, F. H. Button, O. B.
Hartley, L. E. Morse, J.E. Rand and J.
F. Watt ; recorder, C. P. Heald ; treas
urer, M. H. Nickelaen : marshal. E. S.
dinger. ' '
We are pleased indeed to Bee the spirit
of progress evinced by our thrifty little
neighbor. In spite of a strong opposi
tion incorporation . was carried by a
handsome majority. The fears of. those
opposed to the measure, that there
would be great expense following incor
poration we believe are utterly ground
less. . There will be some expense, it is
true, but there will - be ast benefits.
Grades can' be established, so that he
who desires to build will know where to
place his building. The water supply of
the town can be acquired, and hundreds
of other things necessary to the growth
of the town can be accomplished'. Jlood
River will grow more rapidly than any
town in Oregon for the next ten years,
and she is incorporated none too soon.
May- she grow and prosper until the
whole beautiful slope whereon she rests
is a busy mart of trade, is tbe earnest
and honest wish of The Chronicle.
Scott and Borenson Arrested.
The Portland Sun this morning says :
"On complaint of I. R. Birt, formerly-
manager of the now defunct Cape Horn
Telegraph Company, Harvey W. Scott,
of the Oregoniah, and A. Sorenson, man
ager of the Telegram, were yesterday
arrested- on a "charge of criminal libel
and marched to the Mount Tabor justice
court as any ordinary prisoners. Upon
paying their respects to the court the
two prisoners were releasedjipon their
own recognizances to answer to charge
at 10 o'clock this morning.-
The article upon which the charge of
libel is predicted appeared in the Even
ing Telegram about a month.ago. In,
it, so .Birt alleges, appeared false and
malicious statements against him and
Mrs. Johnson, a telegraph operator for
merly in his employ, with whom he was
alleged tp haye eloped.
It is understood tha( Mr. Scott will
prove an "alibi" on the ground that he
is not connected with Tbe Telegram and
has no control over its management.
Mr. Sorenson's defense will be a lack
of intent, as he claims that the article
was received in good faith and, published
as a news item. ' .. ' '
The case will no doubt prove an in
teresting one" and may lead to some de
velopment not yet down on he pro'
gramme. ' - - " ' : . , -:
Bnsoo & Swift's Big "Uncle " Tom'i
Wednesday night, Dec. '5th, at the
opera house, Rusco & Swift's big "Uncle
Tom '8 Cabin" will hold the boards with
the best company that plays this ever
popular favorite with special scenery
band and orchestra. .-"Uncle Tomrs
Cabin" never grows old; there" runs
through it a vein of pathos peculiarly
touching and sweet ; it speaks the uni
versal language of the heart : ' it reflects
like a prism - the innermost phases of
human emotion ; it is more than a play ;
it is a moral classic ; it avgues for two of
the greatest themes that can engage the
mind human liberty and immortality of
the soul; -- This company is headed by
Miss Coral Deming, the greatest' living
for every Dollars worth of
goods bouglrt from us during
the month of December' we
will give you a chance in our
Holiday Drawing, viz: One
Ramona Cook . St6ve with
Reservoir, one copper Tea
Kettle, one Columbia Gar
land, Jr., Stove, &c, on exhib
ition at our Grocery Store.-
Draoiing to .take place at 9
b'eloek, Hecu Years Eve.
This is. an opportunity for
everyone to get a chance in
our Holiday Drawing, as we
are selling Hardware, Grocer
ies, Heating aud Cook Stoves,
Steel Ranges, Tinware, Gran
iteware, Rogers' Triple-plated
knives and forks Pocket cut
lery, Nickel-plated and Agate
Tea and ' Coffee Pots &c, at
prices to suit the times. '
Call and be convinced.
MAIER & BENTON.
Topsy and the only lady who plays this
part" in her bare feet. t The special fea--tures
' are the leautiful Shetland pony,
who took the premium at the world's
fair for being the most perfect marked
animal in the world, and the Egyptian
donkey from the streets of Cairo. Prices
25," 50 and 75 cents.
Open December 1, 1894, and
. January 15, 1895.
. During this time the Dalles; Portland
& Astoria Navigation Company will sell
tickets from The Dalles to Portland and
return, . including two ineals on the
steamer Dalles City at $2.50. -Tickets
limited to ten days from date of sale.
Regulator will leave at 7 a. m. and
the Dalles City will arrive at Portland
at 5 :30 p." m. Quick transfers at the
locke.' ' W. C. Allawat,
nov22-tf - Gen. Agent.
The success that has attended the use
of Dr. J. H. McLean's Volcanic Oil Lin
ament in the relief of. pain and in curing
diseases which seemed beyond the reach
of medicine, has been truely remarkable.
Hundreds supposed to be crippled for
life with arms and legs drawn up crook
ed or distorted, their muscles withered or
contracted by disease have been cured
through the use of this remedy.- Price
25c, 50 and $1.00 per bottle. For sale by
the Snipes-Kinersly Drug Co. '
We have made arrangements' with the
San Francisco Examiner to furnish it in
connection with The Chkonicle. . Hav
ing a clubbing rate with the . Oregonian
and N. Y. Tribune for our republican
patrons, we have made this arrangement
for the accommodation of the democratic
members of The Chbonicle family.
Both papers, the Weekly Examiner and
Semi-Weekly Chronicle will be fnr-
nished for one year for $2.25, cash in ad
vance. . - ' :
For a pain in the side or chest there is
nothing so good as a piece of flannel
dampened with Chamberlain's Pain
Balm and bound on over the seat of pain.
It affords prompt and permanent relief
and if used in time will often prevent a
cold from resulting in pneumonia. This
same treatment is a sure cure for lame
back. For sale by Blakeley & Hough
ManagerWhy do you wear such a
large hat to the theatre? Lady To
match the price of seats. Detroit Free
When Baby was side, we gave her Castoria.
When she -was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Visa, She clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
FRENCH & CO v
TRANSACT a general bankino bosinesb
Letters of Credit issueS available in the
Eastern States. - '
Sight Exchange and I Telegraphic
Transfers sold on New York, Chicago, St.
Louis, San Francisco, Portland Oregon,
Seattle Wash., and various points in Or
egon and Washington.
Collections made at all points on fav
All pain banished by Dr. Miles' Pain Pills.
All we ask is to call and examine our prices, and you
will be convinced that they are the lowest in the city.
TERMS STRICTLY CHSH.
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Wednesday. Dec. "
EVENING SESSION 7 :30 O'CLOCK IN' THE COURT HOUSE.
Music ,'. . .' . .Double Quartet
Recitation.. :. Catherine Martin--
Recitation '.. -. ....r:.. . .' . .Earl Sandero -,
Recitation t .Ella Cooper
Address "Purposes of the Institute". Troy Shelley
Discussion "Adoption of Oregon Text Books".. Five-minute Speeches
Thursday, Dec. 13.
. . HORNING SESSION 9:30 OCLOCK.
. All Day Sessions Held in the Court-street School Building.
Achievements and Possibilities of Education.. . .'. O. B. Connelly
Use of the Dictionary in School ,Tena Rintoul
School Organization .... Lena Snell
( First Reader . -. Salina Phirman
Reading Third Reader.. . , ... . .Maggie E. Flinn -
(Fifth Reader .., '.;.'... Minnie Michell
Penmanship in School . .' ' M. N. Strattan
. AFTERNOON SESSION 1:30 O'CLOCK.
Recitation '. .' . Edward Baldwin
Value, of 'Higher Education for Teachers in Primary and Ungraded
Schools Melissa Hill
Truth and Its Relations in Educational Work '. .'J. B. Gorham
Recitation .Lulu Rowe
Busy Work in Primary Classes ... .N. ... 1 .......... . Anna Sears
Object Teaching : . ..Mrs. H. L. Howe
School Government . Aaron. Frazier
EVENING SESSION 7:30 O'CLOCK IN THE OPERA HOUSE.
Qtwrtet. . .". . Mesdames Huntington and Corson, Messrs. Crandall and Doane
Recitation Bessie French
Vocal T)uet .Mesdames Huntington and Corson
Doll Drill '...-. Twelve Primary Pupils
Lecture . President C. H. Chapman,, Oregon University
Quartet :. "
- Friday; Dec. 14. - .
, ' - morning session 9 :30 o'clock.
Critic's Report ....'. : "
County Course of Study in Ungraded Schools ' '
..-.'...; .". ..Leaders: . Elsie Ball and J. M. Carroll
A Quiet School How Secured Nan Cooper .
Silent Force in School Government .Ida L. Everhart
Map Drawing. . Asa Stogsdill
Value -of Mathematical Study . .R. A. Gailey
, - - afternoon session 1:30 o'clock.
Compositions :. . . . . . .-. .P. P. Underwood
Kindergarten Class Exercise. Miss Hall, Teacher
Piano Duett . :
Recitation . James Huntington-
School Book Question Sample books displayed, with publishers' pro
posals submitted. Merits of books discussed Leaders: C. L.
Gilbert, CaRsie Cheese, Geo. H. Dunn and R.' S. Andrews.
Recitation... . . . ; ... : .... r. , . . . .( Martha Baldwin
evening session 7:30 o'clock in thb opera house.
Piano Duet .. ... .. .. ...'. .Misses Newman and Lang
Lecture. .-; .... . . ......:.'.:. i . State Superintendent E. B. McElroy
Recitation-.. .-. . .Jennie Russell
Cantata..". - T. . Forty Children
Saturday, Dec, IS.
MORNING SESSION 9.:30 O'CLOCK.
Critic's Report ...
Physical Training in Schools.,.
Music in Public Schools. ........ ,
Spelling How Much and How Taught. . . .
Preparation for Teaching ; .
The Use of the Globe
FIE SHOES f RDBBEBS.
AT POPUMR PRICES.
FULL STOCK OF
...... Lura Welch
H. L. Howe
. . Louise Rintoul
. Frances E. Rowe
. . .John Gavin