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FRIDAY - - FEBRUARY 15, 1895
.eaves From the Notebook of Chronicle
Goldia beginning to flow towards this
country from England.
The United States senate now has a
majority of republicans.
It looks as though the railroad com
mission would be abolished.
The legislature adjourns, or at least its
pay stops at midnight next Friday night.
Miss Emma Morse of Portland is in
the city, the guest of the Misses Ruch.
The Smith Bros., inform us that Mr.
Miller has resigned, and they will have
a new violinist tomorrow (Saturday)
The Regulator looks like she had just
come out of a bandbox, for she is neat
as an Easter bonnet and clean as the
republican sweep last year.
The day has been a cloudy one, with
some dark leaden colored banks of
clouds hanging 'over the mountains west
of us. From all indications we are
going to have some weather . of the
sioppy ana winay variety.
James Williams and Thomas Moore,
who pleaded guilty to the charge of
burglary in the robbing of Leaving &
Cates store at Cascades, were sentenced
this morning each of them being given
two years in the penitentiary.
. Judge Bradshaw cleaned up the crim
inal and law dockets this morning and
discharged all jurors. This is one of the
shortest terms of court ever held here,
There is some equity business yet to be
Bettled, bat the main expense has been
cut off. '
The case of T. G.Mitchell against O
D. Taylor was dismissed this morning
the court ruling that the action to re
cover for the value of the stock was not
the proper remedy, and. that if any
cause of action exists, it is an action of
Grand Master Workman Brannin
after a pleasant, and to the order profit
able, visit here, leaves tonight for Ar
lington, where he will speak in behalf -of
the order. Mr. Brannin is an excellent
gentleman, and a fine speaker. ' As a re
salt of his lecture here there are already
nearly a dozen, applications for member
Ship. - i 'V -:.r .
Every Piece of
In the House
The Sale Prices are Cost.
Display in Center "Window.
Mr. Eugene Gordon wishes to sell bis
household furniture, carpets, cooking
utensils, etc. This is a rare opportunity
to secure a bargain. Inquire at Pease &
The vote at Salem today shows no
change. It was as. follows : Dolph 41,
Lowell 12, Williams 10, Lord 7, Hare 10,
Weatherford 1, Raley 7. Paired Smith
and Rineareon.. The vote as we have
said 5s unchanged except as to the un
important part thereof. Senator Raley
was giyen 7 votes by the democracy, and
Lord's vote ran up to 7 from 5 yesterday.
The Moores horticultural bill which
passed the house Monday creates a
board of six members, one from the state
at large and one from each of five dis
tricts as follows: 1st Multnomah,
Clackamas, Yamhill, Washington, Col
umbia, Clatsop and Tillamook. 2d
Marion, Polk, Benton, Lincoln, Linn
and Lane. 3d Douglas, Jackson, Klam
ath, Josephine, Coos, Curry and Lake.
4th Wasco, Sherman, Morrow, Gilliam
and Crook. 5th Umatilla, Union,
Wallowa, Baker, Malheur, Harney and
Grant. To hold office for four years.
They shall have a secretary at not more
than $1200 a year. The board is clothed
with the necessary powers of regulating,
inspecting, quarantining, disinfecting,
etc., necessary to protect the fruit against
the introduction and spreading of dis
eases and pests among fruit trees. The
members are to be appointed by a board
consisting of the governor, secretary and
treasurer of the state. They hive power
to appoint quarantine guardians in each
district when necessary and to pay them
$2 per day. For the support of the board
and prosecution of its work the coming
two years, $12,000 is appropriated. It
is considered by most fruit men' a very
good measure. It is practically the
same as the Raley senate bill.
Real Estate Transactions.
The following deeds were filed for
record yesterday afternoon and today :
Frank X Kramer to Chas B Adams,
lots 4, block A, Kramer's addition to
Dalles City; $200.
Chas B Adams to Frank X Kramer,
lot 3, block A, Kramer's addition to
Dalles City; $200.
Geo M Stirling to Zilla Stirling, lots
D, E, F, G, H and I, block 32, Fort
Dalles Military Addition ; $1,000.
James Kelley and wife to John E Bar-
nett, lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. 6, 10, 11 and 12,
block 28, Bigelow's Bluff Addition to
Dalles City ; $900.
United States to Fittz Henry Wake
field, nej and nwJ4", sec 23, tp 1 n of t
15 e ; patent.
United States to Simpson Copple,
nwj, swJi; w nw, and nei of
nwj, sec 23, tp 2 n of r 10 e ; patent.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
When she waa a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
Cold and cloudy, plenty of snow and some rain,
Then a ray of sunshine with this altogether;
The slop and the Blush that makes more mud
But it takes all of this to make up the weather.
It is with much regret that we note
the stay of winter. The last end of the
eastern blizzard has struck us in the
form of two bitter nights and a two-inch
fall of snow that covered vhat bare
spots there were. We long for the soft
breath of the persuasive Chinook ; but
like spring, she is rather ehy and dis
tant. Wednesday old Sol put on a
smile of summer radiance, and poked
oat , bis head from behind a dark cloud,
warming the early birds, who returned
thanks in a burst of summer song that
made a painful contrast with the bare
trees and enow-covered earth.
H. M. Pitman and L. B. Thomas have
gone to The Dalles to attend examina
Mrs. Adams and Miss Hitchcock of
Portland are in town for a few days.
Rev. Jenkins has commenced a series
of meetings in the U. B. church, the U.
B. meetings having closed after two
weeks of protracted effort.
A great deal of sickness is the result of
the prolonging of winter, giving the doc
tors plenty -of work, and making them
glad while all else is sad. Mrs. Mary
Vanderpool has been very sick with a
bad attack of pneumonia, but is improv
ing under the care of Dr. Kane. Miss
Blanche Dufur, we regret to state, has
been sick, but is a little better. Roy
Peabody has been sick for three weeks
with a form of typhoid pneumonia, but
is far on the way to recovery.
. Sunday night Johnnie Green was
thrown from a horse and his collar bone
fractured. Dr. Deitrich, with his nsual
dexterity, attended the injury.
The teachers' institute was held here
and passed off pleasantly, but not a very
large attendance, especially of teachers,
on account of the impassable roads.
But notwithstanding all this, the genial
face of our superintendent was smiling,
and a good program was carried out.
There is to be a band concert Feb. 22d,
and all look forward to a musical treat
for 25 cents, under the training of Prof.
- We have a new addition to the town
in the shape of another shoe shop, with
a notice to the public that Mr. Helfritz
will oblige his customers with a neat
job in repairing and all work peculiar to
his art. - Quiz.
Mays Sc Crowe's Regular Burglary.
The regular semi-monthly burglary of
Mays & Crowe's store took ' place last
night. . This time the burglar fired one
of Max Vogt's bricks through the front
window, destroying about $10 worth of
glass. The window was filled with pis
tols, knives, and such wares, including a
bicycle : watch, weighing half a pound,
with' ball " bearing and pneumatic run
ning gears. The thief took one pistol, a
pearl-handled dagger, a ' spring-back
hunting knife, and the bicycle watch.
He would ' undoubtedly , have taken
more, but as the goods were marked in
plain figures,, he saw that they ..were
-FOB SALE BY-
MAIER & BENTON.
marked down so low that he could get
them delivered at his house cheaper
than he could carry them home. The
total value of the goods taken will not
exceed six dollars.
Mr. Crowe remarked to us this morn
ing that "Procrastination is the thief of
time," from which we suspect he is not
sure who took the other things, but is
satiefied as to the fellow that stole the
watch. The time-piece is set in a nickel
frame, with air brake and aluminum
piston rods and is geared up to 56.
Following is the list of letters remain
ing in the postofiSce at The Dalles un
called for Feb. 16, 1895. Persona calling
for the same will give date on which
they were advertised :
Austin, M V Baker, Geo
Barker. Edwin .. Ferguson, O C
Fisher, F E Fitzpatrick, E C
Hansen, N B (2) Harris, C L
Jones,-J T La Velle, Louis
Neabeach, W McCormack, Mrs M
Murphy, Jas Milligan, Jas
Pemberton, R N Prall, Chas
Reader, Emma Sun,
Thun, Wm W Turnbow, W S
Warner, Jo Wese, F A
White. Miss Bell
J. A. Ceossen, P. M.
ARE THE BEST
who care to pay a little more than the cost
of ordinary trade cigarettes will find the
SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS
Made from the highest cost Gold Leaf
grown in Virginia, and are
The fl. 0. U. W. and QJoodmen Lodges
On PEBETJAET 22, 1895.
The following prizes will be given :.
First Prize for Ladies finest costume
.Tea Set;. on exhibition in. Rorden'.s
window. . ; - : i! .-
Second Prize toy Ladies best sustained
character Lamp; on exhibition in
: liorden's window. . - . . . ; '
First Prize for Gentlemen finest cos
tume Chair; in Prinz & Nitschke's
; window. ... . .
Second 'Prize 'for Gentlemenbest sus
trined character Album; in Jacob
: sen's window.
We are doubling our Store Room to make
room for new Goods, and our present stopk
has to go. Everything in the shape of
Physician and Surgeon,
All professional calls promptly attende
i, day and night. aprl4
JOS. T. PETERS & CO.,
Teleplioue ITXTo. SO"
IF SO, READ THIS.
A Complete Assortment of GrARDETT
and TIMBER SEEDS. We can save
you money. Now Wend your way to the
Big Brick, opposite Moody's Warehouse.
E. J. COLLINS & CO.
Telephone 20. Terms Cash. '
i : - . " - ..-'. j -
AUGUST BUCHLER, Prop'r.
This well-known Brewery is now turning out the best Beer and Portet
east of the Cascades. The latest appliances for the manufacture of good health
ful Beer have been introduced, and ony the first-class article will be pced oa
he markt. -
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 f ; jan28 -
of s Mees.
JOHN D. OEOGHEOAN,
Register U. S. Land Office, 18O0-1S94.
Bualness Before the United states Land
Office a Specialty.
Wells Block, Main St., Vancouver, ClnrkeTo
T. A. VAN NORDEfJ,
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry
I . ' AND SPECTACLES.
Oregon Railway A Navigation Company
Watch Repairer and Inspector.
Repairing; of. Klne Watches m Specialty-
1O0 Second St., " THE DALLES, OR.