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FEBBTJARY 2, 1895
Leaves From the Notebook of Chronicle
. And etill another case of insanity is
reported from Hood River. It looks li
it had blossomed into an epidemic down
Mrs. Hopkins was examined Wednes
day by Dr. Brosius and Justice Soesbe of
Hood River, as to her sanity and was
sent to the insane asylum.
The alarm of fire at 1'. o'clock this
afternoon was caused by a small blaze
on the roof of F. Lemke'a saloon. The
fire was under control in a moment and
before any damage was done.
We suggest that the Oregonian change
slightly its phraseology, and that in'
stead of offending the eyes with that
word "stinkard" that it adopt the
milder mannered word "stenchard
The county court has been in session
for several days two of which were de
voted principally to the matter of the in
corporation of the town of Hood River.
The trouble arose over the boundaries,
bnt a decision was reached this morning
and the town was declared duly in
Hood River is going to have a plant
for the manufacturing of tomato catchup,
They raise a fine quality of tomatoes at
that place and White Salmon, and now
that Hood River is incorporated and has
this plant, it will, no doubt, soon catch'
up with its neighboring towns, both in
wealth and population.
A prisoner was brought in from An
telope, arriving here yesterday morning
bound over by the justice court there to
appear before the grand jury on the
charge of stealing a watch. The young
gentlemen who brought him in, came
down .through Sherman county to Biggs
and from that point here on the morn'
ing passenger. While waiting for the
opening of the sheriff's office, they for
got to keep a close watch' on their
prisoner, and he took a walk and as far
as heard from is yet walking.
The meeting of the Oregon State Hor
ticultural Society, which was to have
taken place .a few days ago, was post
poned until Wednesday next. As
notices were not sent ont in time many
fruitgrowers visited Portland and were
of course sadly disappointed. The post
ponement was caused by the desire of
the society to have a lot of Eastern fruit
dealers who are visiting in California
attend the meeting. As the commission
sharps will not come, and many of those
who have already visited Portland will
not attend, the postponement will work
injury tothe association.
Many stubborn and aggravating cases
of rheumatism that were believed to be
incurable and accepted as life legacies,
have yielded to Chamberlain's Pain
Balm, much to the surprise and gratifi
cation of the sufferers. One application
will relieve the pain and suffering and
its continued nse insures an effectual
cure. For sale by Blakeley & Houghton
Mr. Alex. Watt of Cascades is in
TVed W. Wilson is confined
ome with an attack of grippe.
t-M-rrdlaa. Cooper and wife came
irom Kutue yesterday, and will
tor Sonoma, Calif., today.
I Crfbtain J. H. Fercrnson anTJ. "F,
Hfinna both of Hood River, were in the
city today looking alter incorporation.
Mr. McCormick, at present residing in
Idaho, but an old time friend from
Nevada, made us a pleasant call last
Mr. James W. Arm a worth v. editoiof
the Wasco News, passed through the
city on his way home from Salenyf this
atternoon. He says the prevail in
ion in fcaiem is that the oddos
Dolph is such that there is no
its being broken, and that unless
third man can be found to com'oro:
on mere can De no election.
They Are Coming;.
The Misses Tittle, supported by
S. Ford's company of players, will a;
pear here Monday and Tuesday eveni
next in the latest society drama, "Drifl
ing Apart," and "Frou Frou." Thoi
who have tickets purchased for las
Monday evening can have them honorei
next Monday evening. Do not forge
that you will see those handsome cos
tumes direct from Paris, and ordered by
the Misses Tittle for these plays.
Seal Estate Transaction.
The following deeds were filed
record today :
United States to Lewis Anderson,
swj, sec 15, tp 1, s of r 12 e ; patent,
Fred H Arnsburger to Raugleigh G,
Drake, lot 48, block 6", Irwin & Watson
addition ; $250.
S E Crawford to F H Arnsburger
same property as above ; $250.
Dolph Still 43.
lhe vote at' Salem today was un
changed except that a few members be
ing absent, were paired. The vote was
as follows : Dolph , 38, . Hermann 9,
Weatherford 6, Hare 10, Lord 3, Lowell
3, Williams 11. The following were
paired: Dawson and Johnson, Smith
and Steiwer, Cogswell and Carter
Baker and Cooper, Conn and Scott.
Jos. T. Peters & Co. have cord wood
which is desirable in ' all respects, and
respectfully solicit your orders.
The Baptist church, Rev. O. D. Taylor
pastor, will hold services at 11 o'clock
tomorrow morning ; subject, "Freedom
Every Man's Right.. All not worship
ping elsewhere are cordially invited.
Sunday school follows the morning ser
vice. No service in the evening.
- Methodist Episcopal church, Rev. J.
Whisler pastor Preaching and revival
services, conducted by Evangelist Wood
at 11 a. m. and 7 :30 p. m. ; Sunday
school after morning service; Junior
League at 5 :30 p.m. ; Epworth League
at 6 :30 p. m. ; class meeting Sunday at 10
a. m. Revival services every evening
during the week, except Saturday. All
are cordially welcomed.
The . Congregational church, corner
of Court and Fifth street Sunday ser
vices as follows : At 11 in the morn
mg, and at 7 :30 in the evening
worship, and a sermon by the pas
or, W. C. Curtis. Sunday school
Immediately after the morning Bervice
nd meeting of the Young People's
ociety of Christian Endeavor at 6 :30 p
m. Topic, Advance, .Endeavor ; ilxxiv
15-31 ; xv :l-2. Persons not worshipping
elsewhere are cordially invited.
A Chinese Wedding;.
At 2:30 this afternoon Justice Davis
united in the holy bonds of the white
man's matrimony, Gung Song and
Leong Tui, both, as their names suggest,
natives of the flowery kindom. The
groom is a bright, intelligent young fel
low and the bride is a pretty little dam
sel of about 19 years. The" course of
true love has not run smooth for them,
as the highbinders of Portland, where
they live, have been trying to kidnap
the lady. Gung Song was happy when
the ceremony was over, for he knew
that the persecutions of the highbinders
would cease, as they are afraid to inter'
fere as between a Chinaman and his
wife, made so by our laws.
Quite a number witnessed the
light of his countenance as
penntendent 01 tne proceedings
The Western Electric Company, of
Chicago, on December 10, brought suit
in the federal court at Springfield, 111
against the Decatur Telephone Exchange
for an accounting. The Decatur ex
change is about to begin business with
the instrument manufactured by the
Harrison Telephone Company. An in
fringementof patent is claimed.
The Western Electric 'Company has
also brought suit for infringement
against several other companies in differ'
ent parts of the United States. The
Western Electric Company is a sub-corn'
pany of the American Bell Telephone
Company, and does most of their manu
f acturing. t-t-s
At Hood River, Friday,' Feb. 1st, at
12 o'clock, of .pneumonia, tturden fcl
Palmer, aged about 63 years.
Mr. Palmer had. lived in Hood River
about , two years, moving there from
10c each, former priee, 50c.
Use, as a general thing, jast on top of
stove. If great heat is required, rise
without the stove lid.
No etirring required for oat meal, milk,
rice, custards, blanch mange, jellies,
butters, catsups, apple sauce, etc., etc.
In fact, nothing will burn on it. Coffee
will not boil over if the pot is on the
mat; bread toasts nicely on it. Try it
and be convinced. For the nursery.
there is nothing equal to heat the milk
and food for the baby. If a grate fire,
lay the mat on the open fire.- If the
mat becomes soiled, do not wash or
scrape, but turn the soiled part next to
fire, and burn until clean.
-FOB BALE BY-
MAIER & BENTON.
White Salmon. He operated the ferry
between Hood River and W hite Salmon
for a number of years, and was known
by everybody in those neighborhoods.
He leaves a wife and an adopted child.
Bneklen'i Anno Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fevei
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required
It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac
tion, or money reiunaeo. jrrice 20 cents
per box. For sale Dy Snipes & Kin-
Beerbohm Tree, the English actor, is
said to look more like a clergyman than
an actor. He is more than six feet high,
straight as a soldier, with auburn hair
and light, but well-mjlded features.
RE Toe BEST
ho care to pay a little more than the cost
ordinary trade cigarettes will find the
SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS
Made from the highest cost Gold Leaf
own in Virginia, and aie .
lies Opera House
MonJay ani TiiesSay. EYeniin
. PEBBUABY 4 and 5, 1895.
Supported by W. S. FORD'S
Company of Players.
Monday Evening. ... . . ."Drifted Apart"
Tuesday Evening a double bill
"My Uncle's Will," followed Dy
Augustine Daly's comedy drama
. .."Frou Frou"
Reserved Beats on sale at Blakeley
We are doubling our Store Room to make
room for ne-w Goods, and our present stock
has to go. Everything in the shape of
JR. A. DIETRICH
Physician and Surgeon,
All professional calls promptly attends
to, day and night. aprl4
JOS. T. PETERS & CO.,
Toleplion.e No. 12 3"
.- E. J. COLLINS & CO. will occupy
this space. Keep your eyes open.
AUGUST BUCHLER, Prop'r.
This well-known Brewery is now
east of the Cascades. The latest appliances for the manufacture of good health-
ful Beer have been introduced, and ony
The AMERICAN BELL TELEPHONE CO.
125 Milk St, Boston, Mass.
This company owns Letters Patent
No. 463,569, granted to Emile Berliner
November 17, 1891, for a combined tele
graph and telephone, and controls Let
ters Patent No. 474,231, granted to Thos.
A. Edison May 3. 1892, for a speaking
telegraph, which Patents cover funda
mental inventions and embrace all forms
of microphone transmitters and of car
bon telephones. jan28
JOHN Tt. GEOGUEQAN,
Register U. 8. Land Office, 1890-1894.
Business Before the United States Land
Office a Specialty.
Wells Block, Main 6t., Vancouver, Clarke Co
turning out the best Beer and Portei
the first-class article will oepiaceaon
T. A. VAN NORDEN,
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry
Oregon Railway A Navigation Company
Watch Repairer and Inspector.
Repairing- of Fine Watches m Specialty.
lOO Second St., THE DALLES, OR.