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SATURDAY, - - FEBRUARY 23, 1895
Leaves From the Notebook of Chronicle
The warm weather haa started the
grass, and the hills are beginning to
show the rich green lints of spring.
Remember the grand concert at -the
Eight Mile school house, on the evening
of March the 2d. A special invitation to
School Clerk E. Jacobsen has about
completed the census of the school
children, and finds the number will be
between 1000 and 1100.
The funeral of the late L. Newman
will take place from the family residence
to morrow, (Sunday), afternoon at 2
o'clock. Friends of the family are in
vited to attend.
A school district was organized yester
day at Endersby from portions of 22 and
28, and one Thursday at Viento. A peti
tion to unite districts 31 and 33 was con
sidered today, and the prayer of the petfy
tion was refused.
We took a peep into the Vogt build
ing, opposite the Columbia Packing
Co.'s shops, just to see a small pile of
Oregon hog stored therein. The bacon,
hams, etc., are in another building, but
in this one were thirty tonB of dry-salt
sides and fifty barrels of lard.
The Portland Sun is responsible for
the statement that at the caucus held by
Dolph's supporters at Salem last night,
that the majority decided that Dolph
should withdraw, and on a ballot
being taken in order to decide whom
to vote for, Joe Simon received 19, Wil
liams 6, Fulton 3, and Tongue 2. The
vote today did not indorse that state
The legislature did some work yester
day, and some of it was in the direction
of economy, and the keeping of pledges
and the platform. The 'appropriation
bill aB it came from the hands of the
committee was $250,000 smaller than
two years ago. One item knocked from
the bill was the $20,000 intended for pay
ing the railroad commissioners. It looks
as though after all the railroad commie
Burners are going to get left. It there
are no funds to pay them with applicants
ior me piacea will not be so numerous,
uff",?, and Keumlirla cured by Dr,
MILES' PAIN PILLS. "One cent a dose."
We Sell on Small Margin of Profits.
The Oregonian this morning, after
giving an account of the regular repub
lican caucus and Senator Dolph's speech
thereat, finishes its report of the caucus
as follows :
After the senator's speech, it was de
cided that a committee of three be ap
pointed to confer and recommend a plan
of action, and Senator Gesner, Repre
sentative Smith of Josephine and
Speaker Moores were appointed. They
retired for some minutes, and after con
ferring together, and afterward with
Senator Dolph, returned to the meeting.
Their report was to the effect that Sen
ator Dolph could be elected tomorrow if
his support would remain intact. After
general discussion on the subject, in
cluding some long-winded speeches, a
ballot was taken as to whether Dolph
should be voted for again tomorrow.
Upon this - there were thirteen votes
against such action and seventeen votes
in favor. Then, the hour being late,
and only thirty members being present,
and the house members being tired with
the long night session, the meeting ad
journed till 8:30 tomorrow morning."
The Situation ac Salem.
The election of a senator is the ques-
lon that today is absorbing the atten
tion of the entire state. It was asserted
last night that Dolph would be elected
today, but after eight ballots the only
result was a loss of two votes by him
At the end of the eighth ballot the joint
session adjourned until 7 :30 this even
ing. In the the first seven ballots the
ote stood: Dolph 38, Williams 28.
are 10, Galloway 7, Fulton 3, Lord 1,
aldo 1, absent 2. . The eighth ballot
was as follows : Dolph 36, Williams 28,
Hare 10, Galloway 2, Waldo 1, Fulton 3,
Cogswell 1, Chamberlain 3, Lowell 1,
Lord 2. Smith of Clackamas, went from
Dolph to Lord, and Gowan from Dolph
The joint session meets at 7 :30, and as
the legislative session closes at midnight,
there remains but 4 hours and 30 min
utes in which to elect a senator. What
the result will be is entirely guess work
but the indications are that the dead'
lock will continue to the end of the
Miss M. Thompson of Los Angeles
Cal., ia visiting her brother, A. R
Thompsoon. . She arrived last night.
Mrs. D. A. Vance of Portland, sister of
Mr. Wm. E. Sylvester, passed through
last night on her way to Baker City
which will be her home in the future.
At the courthouse, in this city, this
afternoon at 2 o'clock, W. F. Guy ton
and Miss M. A. Coats, both of Sherman
county. Judge Blakeley performed the
A. O. U. W. Meeting;.
Members of Temple lodge, No. 3, will
meet at their hall at 1 o'clock, Sunday
afternoon, for the purpose of attending
the funeral of our deceased brother L.
Newman. Roll call at 1 :30.
C. F. Stephens, M. W.
to yon "whether
to pay higher
TERPSICHORE and MOMUS
ALL JOIN HANDS AND CIRCLE TO
Maskers Ed Joy Ing the Music and
the Spectators Enjoying; the
Maskers and Mirth.
The masquerade given last night by
the Woodmen was the affair of the Bea
Eon, the only thing detracting from the
enjoyment of the occasion being the
fact that the walls of the building were
not far enough from each other to hold
the crowd comfortably. Chairs had
been provided, and between 300 and 400
spectators were ranged around the hall,
and enjoyed thoroughly the motley as
semblage that paraded before them.
There were eighty-five maskers, and
some of the costumes were very fine,
while of course some relied upon touch
ing the ludicrous to attract attention.
Miss Clara RufFner as Queen Isabella
was awarded the prize for the handsom
est costume, and it was handsome too.
Mrs. Lorenson as a Spanish fisher-
woman captured the prize lor oest sus
tained character. Mr. J. R. McAvoy
got the first prize for best dressed gen
tleman, representing a Spanish cavalier,
and Sam Thurman, as an Esquimau,
with the assistance of Register Moore's
big dog and a Bled, was decided to be
the best sustained character. These
were the prize-winners. Of the others
there were many charming costumes
dainty little iairies, a beautiful "starry
night for a ramble," a' belle "sleigh-
bells." Miss Lena Neilsen represented
Thje Chronicle, being dressed, even to
the hat, in that family paper, which for
once, at least, was filled with the most
interesting matter. Ernest Drew, as a
monkey, made a close call for the prize,
as he sustained the character exceed
ingly well. The two big cigars made
the reporter want to go out and smoke,
even though they were made of cloth
wrappers and Dalles "fillers," J. Ullrich
being inside of one and J. McNeal the
other. Space will not permit further
mention of the characters.
The music furnished by the Orchestra
Union was fine, and that all who at
tended will long remember the Wood
men's masquerade of 1895, is a moral
certainty. Those taking part as mask'
era were the following :
Misses Buschke and V Allen, twin
sisters ; Bunnell, nurse girl ; Mrs Shor
en and Mrs Emerson, sleigh bells ; Lil
lie Van Pelt, snow storm ; Maude Carey,
night; Miss Austin, Mother Hubbard;
Mrs A Urquhart, old fashioned girl;
Mrs KL Barrill, Spanish lady; Clara
RufFner, Queen Isabella ; Maud Runner,
red cross nurse ; Lizzie Gates, Dutch
girl; Mrs F W RufFner, miller girl;
Edna Erhart, sleigh bells; Grace
Lauer, night ; Miss Adams, good luck ;
Minnie Gosser. and Christine Phirman,
fairies ; Jennie Young, starlight ; Miss
Ullrich, snow ; Emma Fisher, Japanese ;
Miss Stubling, Irish; Mrs Ed Ryan,
Spanish dancing girl ; Mrs J Slmonson,
Woodman ; Mrs McCartney, school girl ;
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Miss McCartney, Martha Washington ;
Miss Wiugfield, country 'lady; Miss
Grace Aiken, cotton girl; Miss Lizzie
Aiken, Italian; Lizzie Ebrck, Zula;
Miss Ehrck, mask ; Mrs H Z Jones,
orange girl ; Mrs Branner, Bo Peep ;
Mrs H C Lorenson, Spanish fisherwoman ;
Miss Lizzie Firter, mask; Miss Mil
christ, night and day; Lena' Neilsen,
Chronicle ; Miss Kirk, tambourine girl ;
Misa B Fenton, German peasant; Mrs
Beck and Lena Nyhus, country girls
from Norway ; Carrie St John, mask ;
Willie Frank, negro; J M Buschke and
G Bartell, regimental fools; C W Emer
Bon, old man ; Chaa Frank, clown ; W
H Reavis, yachtman ; Frank RufFner
miller boy ; Paul Kreft, Irishman ;
Floyd Harm an, Spaniard; J F Moore,
Ben Ullrich, Esquimaux; J R McAvoy,
Spaniard; ChaB Snipes, Scottish chief ;
Jas McCown, Tipperary boy; Arthur
Stubling, Irish; Matt Shoren, baker;
J B Gilmore, eclipse; Vic Marden, Chas
Fritz, ladies ; Al Reese, clown; M T
Nolan, mask; Geo Mobus, coon; Sam
Thurman, Esquimau; J M Ford, Irish
peasant; Fied Archer, Chinaman ; Ju
lius Ullrich, Cuban Girl cigar; John
McNeal, Far .West cigar; Chas Griep",
Chas Brown ; Wm VanBibber, sailor ;
H Hansen, bootblack ; Bob Tiege, Turk ;
Si Fulton, painter; Wm Nicholas, Sty
lish negro ; Bert Bagley, coon ; A B
Lee, sailor; E Drew, monkey; E L
Fair, Turk ; J A Simouson, Geo Wash
ington ; H. Lonsdale and J Hampshire,
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