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some weeks of . sickness, inyV hair -turned
gray and began falling out
so rapidly that I was threatened
with immediate baldness. Hearing
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1 commenced using this- prepafa-j,
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the result that' I have never tried;
any other kiiid of dressing. -It stop- ,
pod the hair from fallingout, stimu- -lated
"a new growth of hair, and kept
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needed to keep my liair- Qf stood,,
natural color. I never hesitate to
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Jiyer'a Saraaparilla llcmove l'im;ilea.
"Past Redemption" Was -greeted with
a large bouse at the New Vogt last eren
ing. " The temperance drama has an in
teresting plot, calculated to show the de
moralizing effects of liquor, both morally
and physically. "Harry Maynnrfl," a
bright farmer's boy is.enticed to the city
by a pretended friend, who inducte him
into halls of vice", where he falls'a'prey
to drink, indulging ' so unrestrainedly
that he becomes a victim of delirium
tremens-. . The object of the city mart
-("Robert Thornton") is to win the affec
tions of Maynard's betrothed, who is
" found in the last ct' . to be Thornton's
'own-daughter.' A unique character is
-"Capt. Bragg,' Fathet1' of Thornton,
-who comes in for his share of blame in
ithe manner of tsaining his boy. The
leading comedy 'is taken .by' "Kitty
Coram," who has rival Taspif ants for her
'. band, which leads to' many ridiculous
and laughable situations. .
The cast as a whole gave a very- good
interpretation .of the play-; when it is
considered that in nearly every instance
- it was their first appearance before the
footlights. As to the leading role, taken
bv Prof. Travis, no flaw could be de
tected. The acting was " natural ;real,
entirely unaffected." The full power of
the character is . attained in the third
act, where the youth, miserably; faHinfc
. in the promising future of . his; early
manhood, falls a victim to bis appetite
lor. drink, His. utter degradation re
ceived a ' natural - presentation., at the
hands of Mr.' Traviir Tu'e'moa't 'difficult
"business", to interpret is the attack of
delirium tremens, a very tragical part,
which can as easily be. epoiie by over
doing it as failing to' simulate tne- fine
frenzy of the. ruined man.. , Though
heavy , acting '" is. demanded ' and" was
given, yet there, was a conservatism in
Mr. Travis'" work thiafc aag'mented" its
force. . The" principal' support waslbe
character of "Robert Thornton," as
sumed by Mr. Geo: E.. Stewart. The
young man entered into the spirit of the
. character , with great vehemence, and
though a trifle overdrawn -in- the -fourth
act, he sustained the- arduous. character
of villaiu throughout the play with
much strength. "Major'Braggi'.' by Mri
- 1 E. H. Merrill and the "' comedy parts
' taken, by Messrs." Q.'. Ay and Chas.
'. Clarke, and Mr. John Hartnett elicited
. much faverable comment. . All" have an
easy stage presence-' -and''., charm' of
manner which could . not fail to
'please. The other male charac
tera ' are of lesser importance, and were
-taken naturally and graceful! y. As to
the ''female characters".' ''Jessie" " was
capitally taken"by Mlss Pearl-Sjean," '.who
- gives promise of much artistic ability.
Miss Mabel Riddel! as "Kitty -Coram'
' made a decided hit. in the more comical
situations. "Charity was also an imr
portant part, .ably sustained ' by Mrs. J.
-: EV Dean. .. Miss Fisher also did nicely as
""Mrs. Maynard," though ehe had but
, few lines to interpret. , '
Tbe interest, in the play was. m'ain
. tained till the curtain dropped on the
last scene,' and the consensus of opinion
on the part of the large audience assem
bled is .thai i'Past ' Redemption" was a
decided success. n .
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- , THE CHURCHES.
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Sunday services at the Congregational
church as usual. : At-11 a. ni. and at 8.
p. tn. worship, and a sermon by the pas
(ois.W. C... Curtis. -Sunday school im
mediately" after the morning service.
Meeting oL tho Young People's Society
of Christian - Endeavor at "7 -. p. m.
Topic What think ye of Christ. Matt.
xvi:13-19V" All persons not worshipping
elsewhere are cordially invited.
Services tomorrow (second' Sunday
after Trinity) at the nsual boors, 11 a.
m. and 7:30 ru., at St. Paul's First
Episcopaf church. Sunday : school 9 :45
a. m. ' suoject oi aiscoaree at moruiuu
service. "Special - Providences.' At
evening service, "Effectual Prayer.'1
Regular week-day services Friday even,
ing at 7 :30, with lecture on "Conflrma
tion;" All are cordially invited to:this
service and especially those who are
thinking of being confirmed in the near
A SPECTACULAR Wl DOW. ,
Wanted.- Br . Ptcotog-rmph . Taken- Wblle
' Weeping: Over m Tombstone.' - .
. A young widow in London engaged a
presumably also young photographer
to take her;' picture while-she leaned,
weeping over the ..tombstone- -of her
"dear deported." On the day appoints
ed the- sentimentaj beauty , in weeds
went to the grave yard and at' , once
opened tihe sluices of her great sorrow.
She wept and wept for hours, but h?
came not. . ; Finally she went dry and
home, and straightway suedlbephotog-;
rapher for the return of the money
which she had paid in advance.
The artist claimed that the appoint
ment had been vague; that he-went to
tfle cemetery and waited three hours
for her at the grave, also in vain. '- No,
they didn't compromise by marrying
each other. The judge rendered , a.
decision against the photographer, be
cause "the photograph, showing, the
undying fidelity of the pretty widow,
might, if finished at the time agreed
upon, have been- instrumental in pro
curing her a second husband." j At
least, so says a Belgian paper.
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AGO N COVERS., ' ; '
. Adioining E. J. Collins & Co.'s store.
EAST and SOUTH via
The Sliasta Route
:" .-.'j - : OF THE "
Southern Pacific Comp'y.
Trains leavend are due. to arrive at Tortland.
FBOJC JCNK.' 23, 1895. . "
I Ttrem. Salem. Rose-
I bnrg, Abbland, Buc-1
j ramento, Ogden.San..
i Los ADgeles.El Paso, j
New urtcaua and I
8:50 P. M
8:10 A. M.
Roseburg and way fta
tions : ; --
fvia woodDUTU tori
1 Mt.AliKel, Bilverlon, 1
I West Scio, Browns- V
1 viIle,Sprlngfield and I
1 Natron ... ..-,.'..-. j
4:00 P. M.
Salem and way stations
JCorvallls ana wayi
j stations..- S
fway atationa. : . .. . S
Daily. t Daily, except hundy. . '
DINING CAES ON OGDEN BOUTE.
' .Ptfta jAK "BUFFET SLEEVEK8
AND SECOND-CLASS BLEEPING CAB8
Attached to all Through Trains.
Tt.nTirii Tintot OfHnp. 134 Third street, where
through tickets to alt points ln the Eastern
States, Canada ana turone can oe uuimuca oi
lowest rates irom ' ' , ', , , "' .
All Khove trainn arrive at and depnrt Irom
Grand Central Station, Fifth and I streets. .
YAMHILL DIVISION. - ' '. :' "'
Passenger Depot, foot of Jedersoa street. .
TRve for OSWEGO. 'Week daysVat 6:00','7:20,
-10:15 a. ro.. 12:15, 1:55, 5:15, 6:30 p. in., 8:00 p. -m.,
Arrive at Portland, 7:10, 8:30, H;25 a. in., 1:30,
4:15,6:20, 7:40, a:oa p.m. -...'
Leave for Sheridan, week days, it 4-30 p. m
Fri'iav at 9:10 a.m. Arrive at Portland iu-s
t f ,. A 1 U I T U1 nn Mnnrl.lT WcwlntHUlAV HT1 fl
dav, Thursday and Saturday at 3:05 p. m.. ' .
Sunday trains for OSWEGO leave at 7:30, :00
11 m . m . M. 2:00. 8:30. 5:30. 6:50 cm.
Arilve at i-ortiina at li.ao, o:u, xu:ou m.,
12:15, iaO, 3;15, :45, 6:30, 7:a p. m. -
it. KUfcttLliK, c. r. nuncuo,
Manaeer. . - , assi. u. . s rim. ahi
Tie Dalles - Portland ani-Astori:
.'.;'..' Navigation Co.
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i Throneh DailV Tripe (Sundays es
cebtedV between The Dalles' and Tort
land.- Steamer EeKOlator. leaves The
Dalles at 8 ara:,:conriecting at the Cas
cade Locks with 8teamer Dalles City,
6teamer' Dallea City leaves .Portland
(Oak si-cet'dock) at' 7; a. m:, connect-
in? wilm - Steamerr Keen 1a tor for lne
Dallea.. c - ' .- ' . ' i .' 'i ;-
; : & 88XKUKB EATKK. . .
One way ..'..
v - Rales GieatlyRediiced.
All freight l except car lots
will be .brought through ivtth
out delay at Cascades
Shipments for - Portland ': received at
any ', time day or night. Shipments for
way landings must be delivered before
o m. : Live stocs Btupments souctea
Call on. or address. , . .. : . .,'
W. Ci ALLAWAY
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J. M. Pattkrsoic.
. - Casbier.
First flattanal Bank.
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A General Banking Business transacted
. Deposits received, subject to Bignt
. Draft or Cheek..'
Collections made and proceeds promptly
remitted on-day oi collection. .
Sight anil Telegraphic Exchange- sold on
iSew York, ban Jfrancisco uc ort-
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BOSTON AND ALL -
POINTS EAST and SOUTH "
For information, time cards, maps and tickets, .
cal on or write to
. W: C, ALLAWAY. Agent, -
: ' - : , . . ' ' The Dalles, Oregon :
A.; D. CHARLTON. Asst. G. P. A.,
256,-Morrison Cor. Third, Portland. Oregon
j GIVES THE
Choice of Transcontinental Routes
Low Rates to all Eastern Cities;
OCEAN 8TKAMEKS L ' .Portiatad
. Kverr Five Day fo ;
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
For fjill details call on O. K. & Co.'s Agent '
Tba Dulles, or address . ,
W, H. H0EI3UKT, Gen. Fass. AgC
t Portland, Oregon
Effective Tuesday, April 7th, the fol
lowing will be the new echednlei
Train No. 1 arrives at The Dalles 4 :50
a. m., and leaves 4:55 a. m.
Train No. 2 arrives at The Dalles 10 :40
p. ni.', and leaves 10:43 p. m. -- ' "
Train. No.; 8 arrives at The Dalles 1205
p. m., and west-bound traiu No. 7 leaves.'
at 2 :30 p. ni. ,
Train 23 and'' 24 will' carry passengers
between-The Dalles and Umatilla, lead
ing The Dalles at 1 p m. daily and ; ar
riving at The Dailea 1 p. m. daily, con
necting with train 'Nos: 8 and ' 7 from
Portland. : E. E. Lttm,: ..
Agent. , :
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NOTICE . FOR PUBLICATIONS ...
Land Orncs at The Dalles, Or.,J
. May 4, 1896. S "
. Notice is hereby given that the following- "
named settler has filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of bis claim, and
that said proof -will be mde"before the register,
and receiver at The Dalles. Oregon, on June 20
1896. vix: ' ' " ! : - :
James I". Elliott, j .
Hd. K No. 3269, lor the NWJ, See. 22j Tp. i N, .
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He names the following witnesses to prove .
his continuous residence upon and cultivation -
i i.nd: vii:. J. Wi Allen. O. J. -Hurst. ,
' James Hurst, W.- Bennett, all of The Dalles, Or. '