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" Some years ago, as a result of too
close attention to business, my health
failed. I became weak, nervous, was
unable to look after tuy interests, and
manifested all the symptoms of a de
cline. I took three bottles of Ayer's
Sarsaparillu, began to impyve at oneo.
and gradually increased my -weiglit mm
one hundred and twenty-five to two
hundred pound:. Since then. T and my
family have tised this iwrtioino vl: n
needed, and va are nil in tVe hct of
Iicaltli, a fact which wo attribute to
Ayer's S:irsa;iarilla. I believe my chil
dren would have been fatherless to-ilny
liad it not been for Ayer's S.T.saprrilla,
of which preparation I cannot fny too
much." II. O. Hinpon, Postmaster end
Planter, Kir.ard's, S. C.
RICE5V5KS KEBftJ. AT WORLD'S FA!H.
AYER'S Pills Savo Cocior'3 3:!3.
Double Wedding at Dufar.
A pretty double wedding occurred at
high noon July 3d, 1896, at the residence
of Mrs. M. A. Thomas, Dafur, when
tne Kev. 1. Merrill united in marriage
Mis9 Inez Thomas to Mr. Edward S
Hintnan and Miss Esther TTinman to.
It. Ttiomas Kohisou. Vine bndea were
secoTSmffry gow-ncn-iT -white and carried
lovely bouquet of bride roses. The
double parlors bad been converted into
bowers of beauty by the aid of ferns,
roses and choice potted plants. From
the arch between the rooms was sus
pended a magnificent floral horseshoe,
caught to the sides with festoons of
maple, beneath which the couples were
-etaiioned, while the impressive marriage
ceiemony was read.
At the completion of the ceremony
the happy couples received the congrat
ulations ot relatives and friends, after
which all repaired to the dining-room,
where a sumptuous wedding breakfast
awaited. The delicate appointments of
the tables, the beautiful floral decora
tions and the lovely toilets of the ladies
ited a livme pictu
iman, Mr and Mrs Thos Robison,
Mrs M A Thomas, Mr and Mrs Will
Wright, Mr and Mrs T McManering,
Prof and Mrs Frazier, Miss Anna Fra-
zier, Mr and Mrs Heisler, Mr and Mrs
Smith, Lindsey Thomas, Roy Butler,
Mr and Mrs Eli Hinman, Dr and Mrs
Sltyback, Mr and Mrs Allen, Mrs A K
Dafur, Kev T J Merrill, Mrs Merrill,
Mrs Linra Hinman, Misses Daisy Dufnr,
Anna Heisler. Minnie Heisler, F
Helfricb, Park Bolton.
On the morning of July 4th, between
5 and 8-Mile creeks, a tan-colored valise
clothing and other valuables. A liberal
reward will be paid on leaving the same
at this office." ' ju!6-d.s-wlm
: Dr. A. S.- Bernsleia, 17 Morrison
street, Portland, blood poisoning, ner
' vous prostration, rheumatism, kidney
and liver troubles, cured.
Mrs. Wm. Druechel, Canby, Or.,
total deafness, enred. Her son, E. W
Druechel, 323 Third St.. Portland, will
vouch for the truth of the cure.
Dr. Darrin can be consulted at the
Umatilla house, the Dalles, Or., where
be will remain till Aug 1st. Office hours
from 9 a. m. to S p. m., daily. . Charges
low and reasonable, according to ability
to pay. Most cases can be treated at
borne after one visit to the doctoi
office. All business relations with Dr.
Darrin are strictly confidential.
A man to manage branch office In The
Dalles. Must furnish reference and
f 600 raeh capital. 1 Address room 718,
Oiegonian . .Building, Portland, Ore
gon. ' , jun29-eod3t
Room and board in private family by
a single man. Address "P," Chronicle
office. . - , jy2-3t
' Anhenser beer on draught at the Mid'
s . .. S&T.ffa -
DR. "DARRIN'S CORES
Who Can Doubt When
Ir. Barrln Bu Concluded to Knin
until August 1st List of Indorse
ments From People Who Have '
Been Cored by Him.
John Savenson, Farmington, Or.,
J. H. Wilson, Mist, Or., piles 20 years,
Rev. J. E. Coenour, Portland, Or.,
skin disease, cured.
A. Pool, Eagle Point, Or., heart and
liver trouble restored.
Isaac Thompson, LaCenter, Wash.,
deafness, cared in five minutes.
Milt Jones, Perrydale Or., cured of
polypus in the nose.
Mrs. A. E. Pattee, Albany, Or., ova
rian and womb trouble, cured.
W. M. Post. Troutdale, Or. cured of
almost total deafness.
J. T. George. Gleneden, Wash
chronic rheumatism five years, cured.
Owen James, Spokane, Wash., abcess
in left ear and quinBy, cured.
MrSr Marv.A. Johnson, McMinnville,
Or., deafness many years, restored.
Henery Von Helms, Sandy, Or., can
cer of the noae and catarrh, cured.
J. S. Jennings, belwood, Dr., eczema
or skin disease 15 years, cured.
Mrs. J. Ellis, deafness and diseases
peculiar to her ser, cured.
Chaa B. McCracken, Dalles, Or., con
sumption, catarrh and bronchitis, re
stored to health.
John M. Simmons, OakyUle, Wash.,
catarrh, bronchitis and nervous debility,
Miss Rose Perry, sister of Mrs. Miller,
DOBtmaster at Hillsdale, Or., tumor in
the mouth, removed.
Stephen Wylie, Nasal, Pacific county,
Waeh., liver complaint and aggravated
C. E. Kuotts, Mulino, Clackamas
ounty, Or., nervou3 debility and pirn
fples on the face, cured.
Mrs. J. H. Miller, cor Fifth and Alder
streets, East Portland, general debility,
cured and gained eight pounds.
Mrs. A. C. Landis, 105 West streets,
Seattle, cured of a scrofulous eore leg 20
years ago by Dr. Darrin.
Mr. P. Hays' daughter, southeast cor
ner 12th and Marshall streets, Portland,
BC.tre, (large neck) for years, cured oy
J. W. Keeney. Long Creek, Grant
county, Or., kidney complaint and pains
in the back of and down the sciatic
R. D. Cook, 265 Third street, Portland,
stricture of the uretha, cured after five
doctors had failed to cure him.
D. J. Grahams' child, Springfield, Or
painfully afflicted with conjunctivitus,
complicated with ulcers of the eyeballs
or nine months, cured.
J. A Lindsley, news agent on the TJ. P.
R. R., residence Albina, Or., consump
tion, bronchitis and cat arm, cured and
gained 15 pounds.
W. Hays, 914 Fifth street. East Port-
and. Or..' inflammation of the neck of
e bladder and sciatic rhenmatism
came on crutcnes to doctor, cureu ana
ft crutches at the doctor's office.
Mrs. F. E. Dewey, 361 Eighteenth
sweet, Portland, nervous and general
bility, heart disease, dispepsia, liver
m plaint and female troubles in all its
anous complications, permanently
Mrs. J. J. Evans, Portland,' neuralgia
of the stomach and heart, weak lungs
and greatly emaciated, cured and gained
10 pounds in two months.
Ex-Sheriff A. T. Schoeps' daughter
proprietor Northwestern hotel, corner
Front and Clay streets, Portland, loss of
appetite, liver complaint and rheumatic
neuralgia, for six months, cured.
Mrs. A. Banister, Meadow, Lewis
county, Wash., excruciating pain in eye
ball, liver and kidney complaint, deal
ness 31 years and a lump in her side
thought to be an ovarian tumor, cured.
Mrs. R. H. Humphrey, 432 I. street,
Portland, cured after nine doctors had
failed, of painful menstruation and
womb trouble in. every conceivable way,
general debility, pain through the heart
Charles Christerman. Portland Or,
scrofulous catarrh so bad that the de
struction of his nose was threatened and
had become so offensive that it was
sickening to himself and friends, cured
in two months.
Dr. Darrin will remain in The Dalles
until August 1st. Hours, 10 to 5. .
When Babv was sick, we gave her Castorfa.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castorla.'
When she became Hiss, she clung to Oastorla.
Vben she had Children, she gave them Caatoria,
A party of Dalies young people went
from the Regulator, to the Dalles City to
meet a young friend. On the way back
to the Regulator they all got lost, but
the miite - and' several others succeeded
in rounding them up.. On the way up
the river they were presented with
souvenirs little 4th of July flags. To
the yonug man of party, "July 4th 1S86,
April Fool in July." To the main young
lady, "July 4th, i86. Rubber Neck."
To her two friends. "July 4th. 1896. Did
Yon Ever Get Left," and "The Stray
Lamb." To the voung lady they met.
July 4th, 1896, It Wasn't My Fault."
These eouvenirs thev will keep as me
mentoes of the late episode. As they
approached the Regulator they were
greeted with tne song "They Never
R:-al KsiHt Transfers.
Chas. B. and Mati'da Durbin to John
L.' Hollint'shead, i..ls 3, 4,9 and 10 in
block 7, Baird'o second addition to An
D. W. Buck and wife to Thos. S. Buck
acre of land heretofore described by deed
of Oct. 29, 1895, by L. H. Prather and
Geo. T. Prather to eaid Buck : $75.
"Big' as a
For JO cents you get almost twice
as much "Battle Ax tf as you do of
other high grade goods. Before the
days of "Battle Ax" consumers paid
10 cents for a small plug of the same
quality Now, "Battle Ax" High
est Grade, twice the quantity-. That's
Ton will find one eon pom
liiikh caehi two onnee bag,
and two coupon lnmlde each
four onnee bag ot Blacfe
weU'a Darhun. Bny a bag
ot tola celebrated tobacco "
and read the coupon which '
gives a Uat of valuable p res
ents and now to get them.
M ' BtfiCI
RUPERT & GABEL,
Wholesale and retail manufacture ra and dealers in . . , -
Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Collars,
TENTS and WAGON COVERS.
REPAIRING PROMPTLY DONE. Adioining E. J. Collins & Co.'a store.
, PERSONAL MENTION.
Mr. Alex. Fargher arrived on the
local train from Portland today.
Messrs. Seufert, Rorick and Winans
were passengers today for Portland.
Dr. and Mrs. Frazier returned home
from their wedding trip Saturdav even
ing. Mr. Henry Jones of Heppner, an
uncle of W. H. Jones, arrived from
Heppner today on a visit to the latter.
Attorney A. A. Jayne came in town
yesterday from Arlington on his way to
Portland for a short trip of recreation.
Mrs. F. B. Swift of Wapinitia was
placed aboard the train this afternoon,
en route to the Portland hospital. She
is very ill with consumption.
Degree of Huunr t nneral Notice.
All members .oLKeru Lodee, No. 25,
D. of H., are requested to 'meet at Fra
ternity ball tomorrow (Tuesday) at 1
o'clock sharp, to attend the funeral of
our late sister, Cassia (Wiley) Hill.
Members will go in a body to the resi
dence, where the funeral service will be
held at 2 o'clock. By order of Chief of
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Trains leave and are due to arrive at Portland.
FEOM JUNE 23, 1895.
ress, Salem, Rose- 1
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Roseburg and way sta
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Via Woodburn lorl
West Scio, Browns-'
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luorvauis ana way
t McMinnville and!
(way stations i
t 6:20 P.M.
t 8:25 P.M.
:45 P. M
Daily. fDaily, except Sunday. .
DINING CARS ON OGDEN ROUTE.
POLU4AN BUFFET SLEEPERS
AND SECOND-CLAS3 SLEEPING CARS
Attached to all Through Trains.
Through Ticket Offic. 134 Third street, where
through tickets to all points in the Eastern
Ststes, Canada and Europe can be obtained at
lowest rates rrora
J. B. KIKKLAND, Ticket Afrent.
All above trains arrive nt and denart from
Grand Central Station, Jnitn and I streets.
Passenger Depot, foot of Jenerson street. ,
Leave for OSWEGO, week days, at 6:00. 7:20.
iu:ia a. m., i:oa, o:io, o:3U-p. m., s:uu n. m
ana 11:30 p. m. on Saturday only. -
Arrive at Portland, 7:10, 3:30, 11;25 a. m., 1:30,
4:1a, 6:ai, 7:40, ;u& p. m.
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Arrive at Portland. 9:30 a. m
Leave for AIRLIE on Monday. Wednesday and
Fri ay at 0:40 a. in. Arrive at Portland, Tues
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Sunday trains for OSWEGO leave at 7:30, 9:00,
li:uu a. m., lc:w, -z:uu, s:isu, o:su, o:ou p.m.
Anive at PortNnd at 12:35,8:40, 10:30 a. m
12:15, 1:50, 3:15, 4:16, 6:30, 7:55 p. m.
Manager. - Asst. G. F. & Pass. AEt.
"The Regulator Line
He BaDes. Portland ail Astoria
Freigni ana Fassenoer Ltus
Through Daily Trips (Sundavs ex
cepted) between The Dalles and Port
land. Steamer Regulator leaves The
Dalles lit 8 a. m., connecting at the Cas
cade Locks with Steamer Dalles City.
Steamer Dalles 'City leaves Portland
(Oak si-cet dock) at 7 a., m., connect
ing wilii Steamer Regulator for The
A SSENGKK RATES.
One way. . . .
Rates Greatly Reduced.
All freight, except car lots.
will be brougkt through, "with
out delay at Cascades.
Shipments for Portland received at
any time day or night. Shipments for
way landings mast be delivered before
5 p. m. Live stock shipments solicted
(Jail on or address,
THE DALLES. - OREGON
J. M. Pxttbbsok.
First flational Bank.
THE DALLES, - -
A. General Banking Buaineas transacted
T !i ' 5 1- - t A D.
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- Draft or Check. -
Collections made and proceeds promptly
remitted on day ot collection.
Sight and Telegraphic Exchange sold on
Aew xork, Ban rranciaco anc Port
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Ed. M. WrjiLiAsts, Gbo. A. Lcbbx.
H. M. Bcau
The modern stand
ard Family Medi
cine: Cures the
common e very-day
ills of humanity.
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POINTS EAST mud SOUTH
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W. C. ALIAWAY. Agent,
The Dalles, Oregon
A. D. CHARLTON. Asst. G". P. A..
'iob, Morrison Cor. Tnird, Portland, Oregon
By virtue of an execution issued out of the
Circuit Court of tbe State of Oregon for the
Lxraniy ot wasco on tne locnaayoi June, i8o,
in a suit therein pending wherein R P. Keyes
Is plaintiff nd O. D. Taylor, Sarnh K. Taylor,
The Btate of Oregon, as trustee for tbe use of the
common school fund of Wusco County, John
Barger, jo'-epn A. Jonnson ana v. w . cutner,
and the Columbia River Fruit Company, a cor
poration, are defendants, to me directed and
commanding me to sell at public sale the south
east quarter of the southwest quarter, and the
south west quarter of t le s jnthcast quarter of
teciion seven, township one north of range
thirteen, east of tbe Willamette Meridian, con
taining ei hty acres more or less, and also the
following bounded parcel of land, situated in
saitl county, to wit: Commenclug at the north
east corner of the northwest quarter of the
northest quarter of section eighteen, township
one north of range thirteen, east of the Willam
ette Mei idian : thence west on the section line
326 feet to a point; thence south 35 deerrees east
4U4 teet to a point: tnence norm 44 degrees oo
minutes, east 132 feet; thence north 237 feet to
the place of beginning, and containing one and
one half aoes, together with all and singular
the tenements aiid hereditaments thereunto be
longing or in anywise appertaining, to satisfy
tbe sum of $1015.95 and accruing interest and
$100 attorney' fees, and $'5 costs and disburse
ments, ana u.;o taxes, i win on tne itn ay ot
July. 1896. ut the hour of 2 o'clock n. m. of said
day, at the courthouse door in Dalles City, Ore
gon, 6elL lo the highest bidder for cash in hand,
all of the above described real property.
i. j . uki v . k,
jnl7-i Sheriff of VVast-o County.
Notice of Final Settlement
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
has Hied with the cleric of the County Court of
the State of Oregon for Wasco County his final
account as administrator of the estate of Silas
Prather. deceased, and that said County Court,
by an orcer made and entered on tne 1st day of
April, 1896, has fixed Monday, the 4th day of
May, 1896, at 2 o'clock p. m. as the time and the
County Court room in Dalles City. Oregon, as
the place for hearing said final account and ob
lections thereto and to the settlement of said
estate. J. M. HUNTINGTON,
Administrator of estate of Silas Prather, de
Notice of Sheriff's Sale.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of an ex
ecution and order of sale issued out of tbe Cir
cuit Court of tbe State ot Oregon for Wasco
county, upon a judgment and decree made and
rendered therein, in an action then and thereto
fore pending wherein the American Mortgage
Companv of Scotland, Limited, a corporation,
was plaintiff, and Francis M. Thompson, Mis
sourie A. Thompson, his wife, and R. F. Gibons,
A. 8. MacAllister and John M. Marden, partners
and members of the firm of Gibons, MacAllister .
5c Co., were defendants, I did duly levy upon
and will sell at the front door of the County
Court House in Dalles City, Wasco county, Ore
Saturday, the 2Stn day of July, 1896,
at 2 o'clock in the afternoon of said day, at pub
lic auction to tbe highest bidder for cash in
hand, the real estate described in said execution
and order of sale, and described as follows, to
wit: The east half (W) of the southwest quarter (O
and the south naff () of the northwest quaiter
(14) of section eight (8) in township (2) south of
range thirteen (13) east of the Willamette merid
ian, in Wasco county, Oregon, containing 160
acres, together with all and singular the tene
ments, hereditaments and appu:tenances there
unto belonging or in anywise appertaining, or
so much thereof as shall be neeessary to satisfy
the sums due upon said writ, towit: 1 1064, to
gether with Interest at the rate of eight per cent,
per annum from June 9th. 1896; $100 attorney's
fees, and $15 costs and disbursements due and
owing to the plaintiff in said writ, together with
accruing costs and interest and expenses of said
sale, and also the further sum of $1391.20, due
defendants, R. F. Gibons and John M. Marden,
with interest thereon from tbe 9th day of June.
1896, at 10 per cent per annum, and the further
cum of $100 attorney's fees.
Oated at The Dalles, Or., this 25th day of J one,
1896. T. J. DRIVER,
jeZMi - Sheriff of Wasco County, Oregon. .
NOTICE FOE PUBLICATION.
Land Office, The Dalles, Or.,
April 30, 1896.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the register
and receiver of the U. S. Land office, The Dalles,
Or., on 'June 13, 1896, viz. :
William A. Doyle,
Hd E, No. 3787, for the NW Sec 19, Tp 1 8 R 13
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon aud cultivation of
said land, viz: George W. Covert, J. A. Wagner,
and Pat Higgins, of Endersby, and Joseph
Means, The Dalles
ml-i ' JA3. F. MOORE, Register.